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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 52 THE LPHDRtBOE HERALD Saturday, December 30, 197J Clicovers continues to look sharp Orr wasn't upset about his engagement By THE CANADIAN PRESS If Bobby Orr was upset over the disclosure by hia t eam- mates Friday that he was en- aged to a 2-1 -year-oM Detroit school teacher, it wasn't client Minneapolis. Orr, Boston Bruins' super de- fersceman and considered by many the greatest player in the game today, scored the Dinner in a 2-0 victory over Minnesota and just get ling his sec- ond in the closing seconds when Ms rink-length shot caromed off the goalpost of the empty North Stars goal. But the key to the Boston win, that moved the Bruins into first place in the N ational Hockey League East Division, was the brilliant goaltending of Eddie Johnston, a much-maligned vet- eran carrying the burden of the b acks topping chores t his sca- son. Johnston turned aside 37 nudes and Philadelphia Flyers' shots, including 18 in the first played to a 4-i tie. period and 12 in the second be- The Vancouver-Philadelphia spread into {he stands at tfc 7-.3i mark of the thl-d pe- riofJ when several Flyers took affer a fan who grabbed Don pe fore the Stars finally ran out of offence in the closing minutes. Elsewhere Friday night, To- ronto Maple supported rookie goaltcnder Ron, Low's Saleski by the hair during sparkling performance at Pitt.s- I Canucks' burgh for a 4-0 win over the i kins, Penguins while California were 14 points behind at Golden Seals beat New York we time1 earlv last Tsianders 5-2 and Vancouver Ca- lauEfhed the 37-year-old John- Czechs better., so who caretl? DOUBLE WINNER Jim Sevalrud of Bow Island i- a r" fkn'f-3 Lefhar dga Curl ng Club s I the past- three days at {he t-ethbricfge Cur -q C o 5 ne n rno-r cne ir< c r Lafb I arand ag r ft- n c c to riant, front row, lead J r- C 51- r er tn ro K NUMBER WINNERS Poul Mills of De (he number Ouirrenbaum event. The nerj are, front left to right, ihird Derrick Ashrr.ore end Elrip bcc1'. rv, rqht, second John Ger- litr and lead Mei; Boulron. W TIEAQ After tfie party's over, may joy remain in your hearts. WeM like to say ihanka for your loyaJty. HOLIDAY CLOSED SUNDAY, DEC. CLOSED JAN. lit G TUBS., JAM. 2nd Oi n.m. Best from MANAGEMENT and STAFF LETHBRIDGE HOTEL COFFEE SHOP AVf PHONE isitors capture bonspiel Jim Seva'md of Bovr Island kd the way as vis! ting rinks tc'ok three of four events in the annual Curling CIi i b s i unior el whi ch ended at the Curling Club Fri- day. Sevalrud '.he number one Svc-n Ericksen event and then topped it off with a victory in the Sid Lamb memorial grand aggregate. Bonspiel director Jim Reid elated at the conclusion of the three -day event. "Everything v-ent beautiful- ly.'' said Reid. dra--vs ail went off on time and the kids conducted themselves excellent- ly. We're really proud of them.'' And proud was Sevalrud and his mates Kim Tofin. Lyle Tuch- scherer and Jim Cooper. The Bow Ts'and faursome bested Brian Tajiri of Vauxhall in the final of 'he number one! event -arid then survived a f rofig che Lien ;je from Paul I Mills of in the srand j challenge. j Third ptece in first evert wrent to'jnhn of Ma- 1 srarh while fo-inh v.aji Robert! Smith of Taber. Mills. with mates Derrick A Km ore, John GerUtz ard Xeil firy-jiVi-i. won tf'.f; two Hsr.dy of was terry Pavl-ra Kirn FOienn fi" iteiz Ciirir. he IxsMfid Duns LarrijTii of PicVire BuUe in the final. John Gorrie of bridge was third by i Monroe of Vuk-an. PUvjns on hi.s r rnk Ha! Guilty. Jerry' Lsson and Ki u i I lute; hir-soa. The number four John For- est event honors went to Dave Ho-AC Of IXrthbridge he out over Robert Dannatfc of Warner in the final. Hov.-e had Dale Sorrjchan, G r e y d o n Gehm ar.d Tim S'A'ailes on his rink, Third place went v? Sheldon Simpson of Bow while fourth wp-nt to Terry of Let'n bridge. SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan WOULD like to make some changes in our calendar year, beginning now. One change, in particular, that I would make would greatly affect the holiday which we "ill cel- ebrate Sunday evening and into the early hours of .Monday morning. New Year's Eve. and the ceremonies that sur- round New Year's itself, would come under a great change if I had my way. Given the opportunity, New Year's would fall-on April 1 and January 1 would mark Fool's Now, stop and think about it for a moment. On what other day of the year do we fool our- selves and try, a great deal of the time in vain, to fool others. It has to be New Year's with our resolutions. I've got something haven't 1? You hope it isn't catching. If I had one main resolution it would be to forget about New Year's resolutions. Let's face it. prepare ourselves all year for a big New Year's celebration. Many of us tend to coast through Christmas anticipating a knock 'em down, drag 'em out bash at New Year's. So, why not shift the calendar somewhat, main- tain the same pattern of preparation, but instead of kicking off the first day of a new year with a bang, save it for April Just think. You could enjoy Christmas more, know- ing that you had four months instead of four ?.i. least it feels like there is only four days between get ready for the next bash. You could concentrate on all your resolutions for Fool's Day and have a ball. All the things you would give up would be back in t.hr: next day. After all, you were weren't you? That diet you were going on. Great, it would last one day and with a clear conscience you could strap on the old feed bag the following day. You could quit drinking, smoking and carousing and if, would hardly cramp your style. Will-power, I'm sure, could you for one day. Yes, I really think we should make this particu- lar adjustment. Eight before is here. But in case a change does not be sure to bring in the new with a hardy boost from the old. Make 1973 an even better ye'ar than 1972 for you and yours. wish T could pijf- "A Happy and Prosperous N'ew Year to all of You" into different words. This time-worn cliche is in need of a face lift. However, when you think about it, it does say it all rather nicely. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Billed as the battle of the ti- "I made a Me save in (ans Ontario international o Game :o me he foockev tournament, the Czeoh- j of his brilliance behind Orr oslovakia-.Moscow game Friday pouiid into the Moscow zone and v.as a key figure in Mos- cow's 2-1 going into the fi- nal perirA Then the opened the rnri ris defensive ma-.es. "1 got i njgn[ bombed for 6.600 fans a't I Eohusiav Stastny, Bedrich i cojjlt! of breaks too. I Maple Leaf Gardens. BrunHik, Jullius Haas and !Sure thev hit a couple of the The Czechs, clearly the supe- -Vedomansky scoring between prtr But most of the year rior team when they needed to and to seal the vic- i 10 been hitting the j be, skated away from Moscow ra-xa and going in." i Dynamos %vith four third-period Mikhail Ti'.ov and Anatoli goals and- a 5-3 victory for the Belonosnl-rin gave the Russian third straight win. .club its early 2-1 lead and de- In another tournament game, fc-nceman Stanislav Tsygolev at Kingston, the Aces of the On- j rounrle'J out the game's scoring tario Hookey Association Senior las CiK'.li goalie Jiri Crha Orr, mean'.vhik'. admitted hi; team-mates had been publicly proclaiming since early morning. f didn't to make a bis the en-' Senes, bolstered by four play- earned trie uctory. I- d "Guvs time, ers from Oshav.'a Generals of don't the Junior A h< i Timra of Sv.eden 9-6. Bruins' first kr.ee injury j ar.d the defc-r.rlinj SianSey Cup campions die! not got un- j backed before his return. i 'BACK IX FOR.M' "He's back in form." de- clared coach Torn Johnson. "He fOrri says -re got going just prior to his return, bm i think it csme when he returned to the lir.e-jp." Since his return to the lineup. Boston has lost on'.y once in 20 games Er.d in addition to his 10 goals Orr has picked up 21 as- Tne four juniors called up by s, beat: Kingston a key role in the victor.-. Rick Middleton Czech international veteran scored coals and an as- Vaclav Nedomansky, who in- Bill Locheat? contributed dicated earlier in the day he might try for a berth in the N'a- tional Hockey League next year, led the Prague-based team with two goals. He and! Ivan Hlinka, who have anchored the Czech na- tionals for several centre, both skated just as hard as vas necessary against the moving Dynamos. But it was the Soviet goalten- t-.vo goals and an assist, Don Selling once and assisted on five others and defenceman Rick en "inhered eacl's first zoal in the second perirxl. Mike Scr.e'.vchuk, v.ith two, years at and Mike KSinnigan completed the Kingston scoring to even the Aces' tournament record M. They lost earlier 8-fi to Moscow. Tirnra, playi.ns its first game in the tournament, got two goals from Finn I.undstrom and PHILADELPHIA VANCOUVER r- 'f.: H C -si 11 3. Vflrv t: Sen- r. :.-r I r- j der. Vladimir Popupanov, who kept the Dynamos a threat _ through the first two periods.! one apiece from Ove Larrson, Polupanov made big, Olle Ahmsn. Hskan Petersson saves when the Czech forwards i and Orjan Lundstrom. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SC CALIFORNIA 5, ISLANDERS J i ALBERTA JUNIOR L T F A HOCKEY SCORES HATIOHAL LEAGUE Wni Division ShcK en 9 aouo'f j. 7 i: 1 THE 5 bounced from lourne SMK6TBALL 5CGPFS lyAhbridge Midget Elks were f after the first pierivJ and never home early from the annual the gap. Medicine Hat mjdgc-t tou ma m fjrnt. F, v renn o scrir'vJ t r; h f o r After 14-5 in their opxin- the Elks while .singlfcs wmt to TO PON TO PITTSBURGH ASSOCIATION Eailern Civil W L T ij IS i? !i irj-J game Thursday, tht S-B by ar.d to the sidelines. Iri FrirJay's encounter the twn clijbs eigrJ1, times, fn the I first eigr.t minuUs; before sf.-t- s tlint? The Elks trailed Baden Pilling and Bob Miles. liifl Hosack fired borni; five for and markers Jim to Don Fox They'll put on Uin shmv Leave it up to Canadians SASKATOON open standard of with a Pen- spectators fretted bolstered her Chuck of resident' in hi h 1 y- re y a S among the world'a a third, star's at .standout