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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Detember 53, 1971 SKMNGwiTH Alpine Uiieclor, CiinaJian Na Rangers can't shake Canadiens Again If s Dryden's heroics I-Expert "BEND ZEE KNEES PLEASE" Wo often joke about this expression, which was first used by European ski pros who came here after the second world war, hut it is still one of the phrases most required by today's pro- fessional ski instructors. The knees must bend as the body goes down to set the edges. They must also he pushed forward and into the new turn to cause the edges of the skis to carve. As soon as you have initi- ated your turn, the knees begin the long forward push in to- ward the centre of the turn. A skier's use of his knees for edge control is generally a guide to measure his overall skim" ability. IAN MaclAINK Canadian Press Staff Writer Ken Drydeii takes his supporl- 21-year-old goals for of the Na- lionnl lUickey League, he's hacksuipping Nader's Raiders in tha fight against pollution and betterment of consumer products. Toronto Maple would have wished lhc latter role on the ye-ung law siudent Wednes- day night after his game-saving acrobatics carried Montreal Canadiens past the visitors 4-2 and ran their home-ice unbeaten string to 15 games. The victory moved Canadiens two points ahead of idle Hoston Bruins in their battle for second in the National Hockey League's West Division. Division-leading New York Rangers maintained Uicir A tribute lo Robinson Orioles retire No. 20 Minor hockey n' Mike DcHccr blasted home, Scott Williams scored twice 'our big goals, but it wasn't for the Penguins while M a r k Ully, Jim Malmberg. Allan Duval and Bradley ir.oijgh for the Flyers as they suffered a 6-4 loss to the Pen- j juins in Pee Wee action Wed- j chipped in with singles. night. j in another Pee Wee contest, DoHecr fired in throe goals j the Tigers skated to a hard- m the first period of play, but, fought 2-1 uin over the Fal- i BALTIMORE CAP) Uni- i form No. 20, worn by Frank Robinson for the fast six years was retired today by Baltimore Orioles. In announcing that the num- ber no longer would be tho first retired by the i American league champions i paid high tribute to tha player they traded to Los Angeles [lodgers of the National League j earlier this month. I "Daring Frank's tenure in i B a 11 i m o r said J. Frank Cashcn, executive vice-presi- dent, ''we won four American League championships and two Work! Series. I "It was anything but a coinci- dcnce, and we think this is the I best way to pay tribute and to tell him just how much he has meant to us both as a bail player and a man." "His individual game per- formances are all a matter of sairf manager Earl Weaver, "but Frank contributed so much more to this ball club, Ixith on and off the field. BOOSTED MORALE "He was a great morale booster and his competitiveness, his intelligence, and his total commitment to winning base- ball set fiV examples for the younger players to follow." Dorren j The orioles had never won the Penguins slammed in two j cons hi the first and three in the second to earn the victory. Ingarfield sns NEW WESTJ1INSTER, B.C. rom television. That prospect is extremely poor. AH agreed to cut. from 1-1 a IT is is the of the his original demand for S300.000 powerful Calgary defence. "As in exchange for overseas televi- sion rights. Swiss Television wanted no part of a boxing match during the Christmas hol- idays and the major United States TV networks showed no interest. Jaggi and Heutechi originally talked of an over-all gross of most, of it expected from television. ?Iarris goes, so go the Stamps" it has been said on a number of. occasions. Tickets for the dinner, set at can he purchased from any member nf the Kinsmen Club, Boyer's Cigar Store, Mar- cel's Smoke Shop, Williams j Travel Agency or 'iy writing j P.O. Box 1071. Pittsburgh's rookie goal- tender, Jim Rutherford, had stymied New York saved 33 of 42 Ra- telle set the stage for Rod Gil- bert's winner by drawing three defenders into a corner. "When you start attracting people that way, you know somebody's recalled Ra- teile later in the dressing room. "I just waited for somebody to holler for the puck." The yell came, from captain Vic Hadfield who blistered Ra- telle's pass to Gilbert who drilled it past an unprotected The goal gave the Ranger line 63 for the season and 155 points, tops in both departments for a unit in the NHL, and Ratelle, who picked up an earlier goal, moved into a tie for the points lead with Boston's Phil Esposito each has 56 points. Chicago's Bobby Hull scored the first three goals at Oakland, giving him to Espos- ito's 25. HAWKS STOVE IT The Hawks bolstered their po- sition atop ilia West Division, moving seven poinis up on the fading Minnesota North Stars. A second-period slugfcst between Chicago defenceman Keith Mag- nuson and rugged Seals' rookie} Ivan Boldirev livened up an oth- erwise mild-hitting game in which the Hawks held a 28-25 shot advantage. j Los Angeles seemed to take conch Fred Glover's words to heart, dumping the Blues in St. Louis on second-period goals by j Kiel Lemieux and Butch Goring and solid goaltending from Gary I Edwards. END OF THE LINE Uniform No. 20 is folded and put away by Janet Kehoe, a secretary in the Baltimore Orioles' public reations office. By retiring No. 20, the first such action by the club, fhe Orioles paid tribute to Frank Robinson. Robinson, after six years wilh the Orioles, was traded to tos Angeles Dodgers. ries LOS ANGELES 2 ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1. St. Louis Roberlo (Egers, Lavender) Penalties Brewer, Berrier Barrie Ihlres B. Plager Second Period 2. Los Angeles, .emieux B (Backstrom Pulford) Los Angeles, Goring 5 fCorrioan) Penalties Sabourin ont B. Plaqer, Thomson, Bar- ie, A. Joyal, majors, St. Mar- eille Odrowski Third Period None. Icwell Shots on goal by .os AnqelCS 21 t. LOUIS 15 7 ETROIT 3 VANCOUVER 0 Period 1. Detroit, Redmond 1 Uohnson, Wall) I. Detroit, oil ins 7 (Ercwn) Penalties Cearns Harris Johnson 3-23. Sr-ond Period 3. Detroit. Collins (Dionne) tbotl majors, Harris came niiscon- uct Quinn Karlender 'erenson Third Period No scoring. Penal- es Bergman QL'inn Shots en goal by 'oncouver B 7 Detroit .....14 13 MONTREAL 4 TORONTO J First Period 1. Toronto, Ullman t (Ellis) Penalties Lapor- 'ere. MacMlllan Monahan Second Period 1. Toronlo, Mona- an 6 (Keon, Baun) 3. Montreal, Ichard 7 (Larose) 4. Montreal, Mahovlich 13 (Larose) 5. Aontreal, Lsrose 11 (F. Mahovlich, aperriere) Penalty's Glennie :43, Tardif Third Period 6. Montreal. Houla 6 (Tremblay, Laperriere) Pen- alties Sillier bend] minor Shofs on goal bv Toronto 17 14 Montreal 0 16 1-- 34 NEW YORK 4 PITTSBURGH Z First Period _ l. New York, Rous- seau 13 (Tkaczuk, Selllm) PPH- aUles Rolfe Harharuk Gilbert Watson. Hsdfield Second Perictt 2. New York, Ra- tells 21 (Hadfield, Gilbert) 3. Pittsburgh. Schinkel B (Robert. Stew- art) Penalty Period 4. Pittsburoh, 6 (Lcife-r. prlis) 5. New Ycrk, 2? fHadfielrl, RateMe) 6. New York, MacGreoor 13 (Irvine, Ro'jrrrau) Penalties Kanne- cicisor Stewart, Rousseau nn goal by PHlEburgh 10 York 11 IB 1J- CHICAGO 4 CALIFORNIA 1 First Pericd 1. Chicago, R. Hull 22 (Maki, 1. Chicago, P-. Hull 23 (Maki, White) 10-31; Prn- alties Etaoleton M. Johnston R. Hull Second Period 3. Chicago, R. Hull 24 (Martin) 4. California. Pincler 11 [Sheehan, Bcldirev} Penalties Korab Redmond, Maki Maqnuson, Boldirev, majors, Third Period 5. Chicago, Mikita 13 (D. Hull, Pappin) Nesterenko minor, misconduct IB: 12. Shols on goal by Chicago 7 9-M California 9 11 2B ELRICH TIRE SPORT LBERTA JUNIOR a I. Cougars Deer 15 S Canucks 15 11 elhbridge 10 13 dm. Leafs 8 13 Im. Movers 7 IS 'umheller W L T F A Pis 83 44 0 13.1 98 30 1 129 108 29 0 95 134 20 3 92 114 19 2 102 136 16 7 15 0 77 151 Id ATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division W L T F .22 6 148 i 20 4 7 120 51 6 3 134 Toronlo Detroil Vancouver 6 E9 i A 73 1 6 S6 1 70 .15 E9 3B 06 28 Chicago Minnesota Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Los Angeles West Division 3109 5S 51 6 92 60 ,U 7 134 37 5 68 '6 25 5 B6 103 25 5 67 Ill 23 1 69 17 LEADERS: Esposito, B Ralell9, NY....... Hsdfield, NY Gilbert, NY....... Orr, B........... R. Hull, C........ F. Mahovlich, M Perreflult, Buf Merlin, Euf Sianficld, B G A Pts. 25 31 56 21 35 56 ..22 28 50 22 27 49 U 31 45 24 19 -13 19 20 38 14 24 38 21 16 37 8 29 37 HOCKEY SCORES Naliorutl Montreal 4 Toronto 2 New York 4 Pillsburph I Detroit 3 Vancouver "0 Chicago 4 California 1 Los Angeles 2 St. Louis 1 Western Portland f, Denver 1 Western International Trail 6 Nelson 5 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 3 Humbcld! 2 Saskatoon 10 Rogina Silver Fox> Estevan 9 Weytwrn 4 Alberta Junior Calgary Canucks 5 Lethbrldge 4 ski team .strong Raine names contenders TORONTO (CP) A! name, the man who will lead the na- tional ski loam to Olympic Games in Japan next February, said Wednesday Canada has four girls and two men with a chance of winning medals. lUine, recently returned from Kuropc the tram is tak- ing par! in World Cup races, made Ihe nsseSMiiont in an i noimrim: lhc make-up of the World ,-irel Can-Am race WOULD (IT, Clifford, Ollawa: .ludy Craw- ford, Toronlo; Diane Culver, Montreal; Laurie and Kathy Kroincr, Timmins, Diane Prattc, nnnyn, Quo. den K.illanl.Mio. Miko. Culver ami Itnssi'll (jiviHlinan, Mont- real; Ho.tn Harrington am) Hunter, Calgary, and Paul Car- son, Toronto. CAN'-AM. w omen a r y Finch, Kimherley, B.C.; Vir- ginia II o n e y m a n, Montreal; Cliery] Onglilcn, Calgary; Mon- ica Sloan, Vancouver, ter Hollos, Kamloops, B.C. Dave Cooper and Dave Murray, Vancouver; Alain Consmoau, I! r own sbu rg, Quc.; Kick Hunter, Ollawa; Derek Roh- bins, Toronlo; Doug Woodcock, Osliawa, Ont., and Dave Invin, Thunder Bay, Ont. Donna Davoc, 'Iliundcr Bay; Julie Montreal; Andrea Ksson, Toronto, and Kathy Young, Smilhers, B.C.; Phil Craves, OHawa, and Gary Coodman and Holier! D.ivid, Itoine said the Olympic Games team would not be cho- sen until late January. "We have four girls who can win medals in the Judy, Betsy, Laurie and Diane two men, Harring- ton and Jim Raine said. Olympics are a one-shot event and Judy. Betsy and Jim arc within striking distance. The olher.s will need a couple of lucky breaks In win medals." As for the World Cup, "Betsy and Judy have the best chance of all our girls in the slalom." "Betsy tos a chance in the giant slalom and Judy an out- side chance in the downhill." rtaino described Judy Craw- ford, JO-ycar-cId Toronlo skier, as a girl who "really skis the course." Management and Staff ELRICH TIRE LTD. i COMPLETE TIRE SALES 1 SEflVlCi itt south Mom Jltatlg or 35M445 ;