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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 THE UTHBKIDGE HERAID Tucsduy, Slave lost but seven times iruins' successes the same SKIING WITH (Jy Alpine Director, Canadian National Ski Team. MO.YITIfiAl, (OP) Despite fai-f they have scored 40 goals so far this season, Bruins show as much today in Ihe Nalional League's East Division l .ndiii.'is as they did one year Tin- Dunns, led by centre Phil ,md defenceman Bobby IIT, lii-e on a 10-game winning streak and after W fames have 7S points on 111 wins and eight lies and have lost only seven They hold a six-point edge over second place New York, al- though (ho Hangers have one game in hand. Last season aflcr 49 games the Bruins also had 7fi points and wound up winning the East Division title with a record 121. The big difreronco this season has been Lhc dcfcasivc plav of the Boston club. So far Bruins have scored L'onls and had 100 counted against [liem. One. year apu they had scored goals in Iheir first Jl) games, but hud allowed 120. Esposilo scored four finals and added two assists last wc-jk l) I 1 I CALt HIM "SHORTIE' Fred Cox inch pho'3graphor irom Denver, Colo. Ihe 1972 Olympics for Denver O acquainlud with HifOl'a Knmioka, 1 CL Japai h c i l cl prefer n' Snpporo. Hircko is four fent, two incli! Trr.'e Stsr'.'rt LCt Hi; Gl i 1 been a rumor the second annual! Scons HUi Basket-I sent Edrao will he even i aifair whil tx.'Hor t'v.u year. vri 1 Tlie hosrs and the defending champions of (he an- .-Vixrla will nual even! will face so, vc. 11 challengers from Alberta and B.C. tliis wc'-toTd. IRK (API Buffalo ready Icday lo select defensive end Walt 110 1 pir-1-: at the ntball League draft, ki stood ready to join right price, a G-fooi-ti, 200-poiui- 1> st athlete avail- in college crop, has n file weeks lead- i i iiifl as saying1 i L e where I piny. 1 mri I ho cold at all. But if :nc of [he things I've it al Ihe pros paid t 111 I'm going i C in things over." is t suggestion that R ihe contracts of- 1 draft choices last I -Tid that ho lie forced to consider -il Alouettcs, who hold s ti h "i in the Cana- b 11 Lo gue. n t COT idered likely IL -nncy stand in lowling MARY WISII.NEVSKI boivler-oMlie-montli ir n e igo Ihey laid i lact for 0. J. j n 1L The Boxing along vising clubs tile Blood Reserve nnd ichen, staged, an eight bout j card at the Ldhbridge Correc-1 tionai Intitule. Monilay eve- ning. sentcd lnr a i i I Deer and a (rr i Lake. O'.he-r elul i i d i plo'e I'he c b' i. i i I will be from Lcllibr The WL toi C'l i i u fins and II (1 1' I j Kittens w 11 i i i oer Queer 11 1' Ir i i I i starts Frk net C.T v. t Club, i llrtla-v iium i 1 I] niui i ri i fl Gie- Ihus far, In I r' i ,i o i Queens lo be the hi-; fnv- orites in Llicii- o'-.u tourney Tlie aipper .s'.v Hie defending provincial ''A" Inmates of the LCI did the ploving, judging time keep- ing tor Ihe hoiils. IQ tile opening bout, a (jo- pound utfair, Orincy o[ the host club v.en over Wayne Many Guns nr Glcirhen v.-Iiilc in the Ernie champions and have a j tuvcd tvro tovirnamc'.it I reach' this season. Last year the Cl.pcer Queens j Gianis and7; 'M cnd went through '.he featcd with C2 This season th.f Black Rabbit serve shov. cri bested Dion of Inc Blod Re-1 pcd only two rli sUle Gun as he u[ Gle- iclieu. Tail, rangy Ricky Soup von over Jackie Johnson of the Lethhridge Club. Soup, from the Blood little trouble v.-ith Juhnsun as tile lo- cal fighter v as tuifering the effects of a fill hug. Both weighed 75 pound--. Don Plettc'i of the LBC lack- ed experience and lost a close decision lo Cr.rlus Claf Robe of the Elcod Reserve in a pound tiirsle. Danny Johnson of the LBC was in fine form as he outclassed Barry Black Rabbit, Blood Reserve in a 105- pound fight. Rufus Kc-d Gh'iche-n, Ink Ihe llM-pour.d l.'mit over Conrad of liridge while Gilbert Plume of the Blood Resene' won out over Ted Feller oi the LBC in a 130-pound event. main bc'.it of the evening sav: impressive Carmen Rinke of tV.c- local club flow Larry Loi1.- Horn of Glcichen in the second round and go on to win. were a g a i n s I Churchill Griffins College Bucolics llontana. The Griffins could possibly b the ones to dethrone llir Clippe Queens thiji vcar and arc pl IV.ul'ki, of course, doesn't t L 10 conmand that much J i n c plaver, but he is i n nil tirdmg talent that 1 ficurcri to be the [irsl de- fender selected 1 since Eal- n o Colts took Bubba Smith in 1 fi Tlie Bills, however, have been in conlacl wilh many clubs Irving Lo pry Ihc Ko. 1 choice Jaose in a trade and Buffalo i uj n ted to be on the pno ic t I'M i to the moment they have lo announce thcir firi trades also arc ex- jwled to occur during the first of the two days of drafting. Piaycrs rumored to be available include wide receiver Al Denson and qiCTierback Gary Cnozzo of Minnesota Vikings, riofensive end Fred Dryer of Nfcw York i Reed of Uouslon Oilers. Because of whal (he pro scouts indicate is a lean crop the Blessing was far more invoiced than it was last year when quarterback Jim Plunkelf. Archie -Manning and D.in Pastormiti went 1-2 3- as expected. GUESSES .MADE Bu .laving cxcsptioml ball of late, j "'dications Tlie Griffins toi! in the South- [hK I the first seven teams: Palulski. gals Bobby nmning back- v.TSt Girls Basi encc and sport (j-2 record l for a second p'ace position. The leaders in the conference have a 6-1 record. In hvo meetings this season the Clipper Queens and I have split. i From Edmonton, the glen Devils arc considered to be four hold-over; from last car's j cily fmalist They have an adniiional ii-.'c Cincinnati IJr .Oregon wide- receiver, or Royce Smith, Georgia tackle. Ciiicngo Bears Lionel An- toine. Sfliuhcrn Illinois tackle, or John Reaves. Florida quart- l.nuis s Mike dcfensixe Denver or until losing in the somi-linais. Tlic other Edmo.iLOii repre- sentative, the r-ccna H i !i or Hilcy Odom.s, Mouslon end. Green Bov Parknrr. Willie School, are a bit inexperienced. Bwtanan. Pan Diego Slate de- but might come through in Ihe I hnck' or Jm7 Tagge, dutdl b Nebrnska niPirk-rbaek. flME LIMIT FOR P, u f h a n a n is ihe younger brd.'icr (if f'.il Huchanan with nj llamillim in Ilia CFL. AfliT (Irccu Hay, Ihe first round wcnl like Ihis: s. Orleans Saints; n. Vc.vk Jtb; in. Minnesota, on chnico from New Eng- land; 11. (ircen Bav. on chiire Irnm San Diego Cliarg- eiN; 12. Chicago: 1.1. Toke notice ihat the time lor receiv- ing petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Assembly will ex- pire on Monday, the twenty-first day of February, 1972. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of NIC Legislative ArAnnibly. 'JTIERK were a lot of stars in Capri bowling cir- cles during January, but the nod for bowler-of- thc-month honors goes to Tak Katakami and Mary Wishnevski Tak a vet- eran performer, enjoyed a great outing in JCCA. hitting the charmed 900 circle, with 27 pins to spare, with games of 283, 293 and 351 which played a big part in him tak- ing over high average v.'ith 231... Mary earned the title as the women's bowler-nf-lhc month for her efforts in B and E Hardware she rolled 234-288-322 for an 844 triple, following on (lie heels of an 805 triple which is high for the year Three sea- son highs were set during the past week, Ted Mcln- tyre's 013 triple in Prebttill, a 356 single by Mitz Woold- rigde in Morning Coffee and a 743 triple by Alma Oberff. in CPR And bowler-of- tho week laurels po to Mitz for her j.i.v.iinc in Momms Coff' c, in viev: of a 1V7 average Yo Nishimurn Ui llie front amnng Hie men lhanks to 2n7-iM- 305 lor an 86.1 triple in Gordie's, wel over his avenv.e. Letbbridge's standard-bearers in the YEC south zone finals at Capri February 12 were determined in an eight-game rolloff. Harvie Pocra paced the Bantam boys With a pinfall of and he 11 also compete in the singles because he enjoys the highest average in his division... team members are Michael Ciorla, Rodney Malchow, Stephen Kenwood, Bill Todd and Robin S'anton Debbie Anderson will compete in the Bantam girls' singles, also acing the rolloff with team members are Sandra Hamilton, Jennifer Mabin, Cindy Pedrini, Bev Salmon and Lone Csaki In Junior boys, the singles representative is Rick Barva team members are Barry Nicdermier, who led the rollolfs with Tom llik- olos, Tom Passey, Warren McEwan and Rick Mac- lean. Brenda Pedersen, the singles representa- tive, led the Junior girls with while team mem- bers are IS'artine Kovacs, Leslie Killins, Lori Palmar- chuk, Lori Smecd and Cherye Obermeyer. Ken Kurtz will roll the singles for the Senior boys with team member Ron Gretzinger and Duane Spitzer, rolloff leaders with Darrell Lagler, Randy Sil- lito and Baden Pilling Linda Malcomson, sin- gles rep, led the Senior girls with and team members are Carolyn Passey, Karren Bergman, Btv Slezei. Sandra Sawchuck and Gail Hedherg. Next tournament action is set for Saturday at when the city school championships will be held the seven boys and eight girls advancing to the south zone finals Big guns among the men in league play for the week were Ted Mclntyre 325 and Tim Burk 303 in Prebuilt, Aex Kogler 310 in E and E, Ken Malcomson a rousing 388 and 830, Randy Wolstnncrnft 302 and ftfn. Chester Jokiitv 303. Orest" Yurchak 305. Robin Wheeldon .'ilii and 7C2, Yo Kishimura 365 and 856 and Morgan Sparks .121 in Gor- die's, Norm Tolley 315 and flfiii, .lack Kmecd 312 and 835, Ken Malnomson 33D and 318 for an 8-14 triple, Steve Gan- gur 324 and Lew Mills 300 and 845 in Green's, Jim Mc- Pike 310 in Henry Homes, Tom filiigchirn 305 in JCCA and Darrell Lagler 352 in YCC the gals Connie Marshalsay ;iaccd Iliga's wilh 293. Mary Wish- nevski' s 322 and 844 was the bright spot in B and E, Marg Smith rolled 302 and and Alary Onofrychuk 302 in Spccdys, Mitz Wooldridgc 35G and Hcl.ly Martin in Mnmint; Coffee, Jean Passey 333 and" and led all leading scorers with his six points. That is the mar- gin he now holds over ninner-up Jean llatclle of New YorU, v.'tio was slallcd U'ilb two points and who now has highest of his career. Sharing Ihird place are Bod Gilbert of New York and Orr, each wilh 71 points, (wo mure than liflh-place Vic Ilndficld of Ihc Rangers. Esposito and Orr combined for 11 points in the Bruins' three games last week, one point more than New York's line of Ralelle. Gilbert and Hadfield collected. Ralellc's assist lead dropped to one as Orr moved up to 50 Esposilio has 43 goals, (TO short oi his record pace of last season when he scored 76. But last season (be Boslon centre scored only three goals his SOIh and 56th game, so he stands a chance (o go ahead of his last s.cason pace in the next seven games. WKST BF.ST IN GO.M, Meanwhile, in Ihc gosltending department, Chicago Black Ilswks and Minnesota North Stars continue lo dominate. The Rangers watched Ihe North Stars grab three of four possible poinLs from them in weekend engagements. Gump Worsley. second-oldest player m the MIL at 42, has a personal goals-against average of l.CO, the best in the leaeue. Worslcy's mar k. combined wilh team-mate Maui- ago's average, of 2.50, leaves the Minnesota veterans in second p'acc, behind Chicago's pair of Tony Esposilo and Gary Smith. The Chicago pair have o com- bined average of 1.81. while Ihc Minnesota team mark is 2.16. l lispnsito recorded his sixth shutout last week to lead in that TURNING THE SKIS UNDER THE BODY The pivot or turning motion in siding must he centered at the feet. A few years ago, many skiers threw Ihc iails of Uicir skis from side to side, using the ski tips at the pivoting centre. Today with n large numher of ski exjicrls advocating turns where the weight is behind the boots, Ihcrc is a tendency lo have the pivot centre of the skis behind Uic ski boot. Unfortun- ately, this is not ot your advantage. You miiiit try to'keep the feet as the central point, mis means that when you pivot your skis, your weight can he niethcr too far hack or too far forward you must be in a neu- tral position turning the skis right underneath you. Tim Kecrelio scored at the Willis added single markers for and oE the final period the Labor Club a hard-foueht 5-4 victory t'-c, U f' I, PnniEhoiTis i the Labor while Wayne Bowes tallied twice for the Pronghorns. La7.nyick and Fill An- ECS :r, rjy NY Ur. 7r- n, Del Libran; skated lo a 5-2 victory over ihe n I Pnrily Ec-ttlers. In the Labor Club Prong- d'rjjhorns contest, the league-lead- ti I'] ing Club picked up a 3-1 55 :ii I fir.-: period lead, but watched lj ,j I it decrease lo 3-2 alter tw-o. The Pronghorns evened the secro mid-way through the 30' final period wilh two quick ,J goals, but Ncgrello's sixth J9 :i Courrcyrr, WcKcnli-, D. HuiN Chi WGki. Chi Tremblav, mil 1.1 31 is 77 25 19 -IJ II 13 31 4J 49 15 17 -12 8 II 31 a IB marker of the SCKOH stopped [heir drive. Ken Kramer, Don Bruchct, Gerry Klinkhaminer and Al I fee-key League ac- dnrson oiso in with iy I goal each in a ioring cause. Miner's sunk quick goals in the lira! of play lo hand Purify Bottlers their lliiid loss oi the season. The Miner's took a 1-C first period lead, but the score was matched alter two periods. Bob Boswell, Brian Murkin, Gary Canadinc. Richard CNI- lack and Jerry Heck scored for the Miner's while Bob Bart.'ett and Gary Paskuski replied for the Bottlers. Action will resume Wednes- day evening when the Prong- horns face Miner's at 8 and the Bottlers lake on liams Flyers nt p m. p.m. t hockey'' The Red Wings scored three unanswered goals in the first period and went en lo bl.ink the Marlands 3-0 in Eanlam "A'' action Monday night. David Snoprk, Tim McCuaig and Curt Schweitzer scored a gaal aniece for (be W ings while Serge Cattoni registered ths shutout. In another bantam "A1' con- test, the Jets skated lo a 5-2 victory over Ihe Canadians. Gcrry Dc.gterom, Brian Van Buren, Jolai Balfour. Colin Barnes and DOIK; Stevens tal- lied solo markers for the Jols while Layne Mitson and Ron Ecaucliene replied for the Cana- dians. Ill Midget play, the Comets' 1-0 first period lead wasn't enough and they lell 3-1 In A.CT. bst night. Mike Boychuk, Ron Mcser and Cliff Miyashiro tallied for A.C.T. while Mark Campbell scored for the Comets. The Bruins crashed th? angs fi-1 in Bantam "B" play last night. Brian Wright, ney DcGraaf, Ken Serb u, Mniiro Cattoni, Ross Miichell and Kevin Crawford handled the Bruins' scoring while Kelly Damelson replied for M tangs. ELRICH TIRE PORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Cal Cougars Rfd Deer Cal. Csnucks Lelhbridge Drurnhcllor 17 7 n 15 16 17 M !1 11 M V NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl Div T F A Pis. I 187 104 52 0 ;oa 131 JB 1 202 157 0 155 33 3 MA 185 31 0 128 33S n 2 1J6 130 10 Torc.nlo V.'GSI Divisi Minnesota 57 l.; :7 SI. Louii K K Pbila l.i if 1? 5< Los Anrjelcs 13 D; HOCKEY SCORES L T F A P 7 B 199 108 75 B 211 109 70 J 8 K6 HI c'5 '3 1 in 1-13 1 R 15< HI W 'I 5 IIT 553 jj M 131 172 32 ion 5 VJ f.1 73 B 135 108 Q 1 1 '.7 190 JJ 7 137 11.5 41 i S 115 152 1 9 115 160 31 i 120 202 32 SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE DIVISION I W T L Msn City 15 fi Leeds IS 6 D'.Tby Id fl Man UnilLd 14 7 Arsentil 1.1 5 DIVISION II Norwich ..15 9 AlilKvftll 12 1? G-cen'-i PR ..13 9 Birnvnam 11? Sundcrland lo 11 DIVISION III Villa 10 1 U 7 SCOTTISH LEAG E DIVISION I rlctle i SI. Prlersburg 1 Saskatchewan Junior ina Pst Blurs 6 Notre Dam" British Columbia Junior imind 5 Cliilliv.ack 1 Rangers Dundee Hibernian A P 23 33 31 34 U 34 35 35 27 33 31 3? 37 34 22 35 26 32 72 33 IB 17 26 37 7 3fi 26 3S 75 33 39 32 37 31 13 4? 17 12 33 25 39 33 21 23 7 6} :2 6 5 55 21 A J2 25 3 Philadelphia Ea- j 841, Mnrg Smith 302 and 77B TAK KATAKAMI dvs; Atlanta l-'aicons IB. l.ions; 17. New England, un clmic" acquired I.of- Angcii'S Hams; IS. Clevebnd j B r o u n Hi. San Francisco -n. oakl.-ind Kaidcrs; 21. j nn from 22. Bain- nTiro: City Chiefs; I '.M. (iianl.---, on choice acriuirerl j from Minnesol-i; L'.I. Miami Dol-1 -'1. Dallas Tim llear.s. Parkers a'nd JcU, 'Ail.h firsl-round choices, vf-re in good siiape considering i ho Ihe pucsl.s of the Lethhndge r..c M'l'.po.sedlv sparse talent San Diego, and Marg Malcomson 306 and 759 in Martinizing, Marion Guzik 305 in Green's, Mel Seibcrl and Isa- liclle HtM-gman 280 and 751 in NuMode, Pit Plomp H37 and 7flli in Sundquisl, Sharon Rccd in Service and Val Scrbu 206 in AGT. Locals host judo went Some 2-1 judo clubs from vari- ous parls of Algeria, Saikafch- owan and Briusii Columbia will YMCA Judo club this weekend. The event is a one-day lour- AngcI'V. and Washington were i nainent set for the YMCA and on Ihe oul.sidc k-nkiiig in j sunoiionod by the Canadian Ko- i a first-round pick. Idokah. Tlic point sys- tem will bn used for the one- dav tourney. Juniors in the 60-80 pound and under weight classes will com- mence, competition at II a.m. The juniors, Ofl 110 pounds, will follow at Senior and block ML competitors take over at six o'clock. Unifarm sees 10 unbeaten A loL.'il nf 10 nnio emerged I wo victories llond.ny as HIP Region M I'ni'farm HoiLvpicl gol under ;it Uiu Curling Club. Thm' arc four events in (lie four event 501 lo in-.-ip up Tiiiirsd.ay nflcmomi. ICmerRhiR willi l ,vo wins jMnnd.vy wore llnrn Ilinlson and Imili of KllinR I.unde. nf Walter Perry if Rendymsde, Rolvrl Tiinnias of Wanier, .1 o h n Voncclmk, also of Wronlluni. Cvri] (if Iron Tom Kukaini of N'cwlanfls, Wesl.'v Kuelui nf Warner and Terl liiuld, aiuitlicr Wrcul.lia.ni .sliol.maker. FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP IELRICH TIRE LTD. 4i Itl South 317-6866 or ;