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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 1, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Patchwork lineup looked not bad Ingarfield was right for first 20 minutes j SULLY SAYS | | -By Pat Sullivan j Thomas ivould have traded By THE CANADIAN PRESS For the first 20 minutes of his National Hockey League coaching career, Earl Ingarfield was a winner. Then New York Islanders, who have won only twice on the road and six times over-all in their initial NHL season, brought their new pilot back to reality by dropping a 5-3 deci- sion to the Maple Leafs in Toronto. Elsewhere in the league, New York Rangers spotted the lowly California Golden Seals a first-period goal before defeating them 3-1 and Pittsburgh Penguins moved up a notch in the West Division standings by downing Los Angeles Kings 4-1'. Seven games are on tap tonight as the Islanders enter- tain Chicago Black Hawks, the > Goyette as the Islanders' coach Leafs visit Boston Bruins, the Monday, had to move Ed West- Kings move to Buffalo against the Sabres, the Seals play the Red Wings at Detroit, Atlanta Flames are at home to Minnesota North Stars, Montreal Canadiens tackle the Blues at St. Louis and Vancouver Canucks ' oppose the Flyers at Philadelphia. Ingarfield, who replaced Phil >e!,3 TOj-fc ME SO MUCH ABOUT >OuN TOO, - I CAN SEE NOW WHY 'IS AND 'ASN'T SEEN ALLTHAT STEADY LAT�LN. HEM.'HSH/j-^f Bombers had it easy? Not asainst Edmonton By THE CANADIAN PRESS It could scarcely have been easier for New Westminster Brums-or harder for Flin Flon Bombers. Both clubs registered victories Wednesday night in the Western Canada Hockey League but in the case the win was entirely predictable and came with ease and in the other a third-period rally was needed to break a 3-3 tie. The Bruins moved up to share second place with their 9-2 rout of last-place Vancouver Nats in the league's Western Division. The Bombers, in second place in the Eastern Division, moved to-within eight points of Saskatoon Blades with their 5-3 win over Edmonton Oil Kings; New Westminster, now tied with Edmonton for second with 57 points, one behind Medicine Hat Tigers, had such an easy time they only played their regular goalie for one period. Spare goalie Ian McWilliams, who has seen little action, went the rest of the way. Marty Kissel, a right winger usually stuck with checking the opposition's big guns, found the going easy and scored three goals. Vic Mercredi, Marty Matthews, Brad Rota, Dennis Andersen, Bob Hess and little-used Clayton Pachal got the others for the Bruins. John Sen-kpiel scored both goals for the Nats. This was the 12th straight defeat for the last-place Nats. They have had three separate losing streaks of more than 10 games this season. Flin Flon, starting a prolonged road trip in which the club plays nine games in 11 days, needed a third-period goal from Ron Andruff to break the tie. He put the game away at 19:13 with a shot into an empty net seconds before crashing into the side boards. OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MAN LEADING MEN'S WEAR STORE IN IETHBRIDGE DESIRES A BRIGHT YOUNG MAN The main requisites are a willingness to learn and ability to meet the public. For a personal interview please reply (fating expcri-*ne�, marital status, etc., to Box 107, The Lethbridge Herald Edmonton goalie Larry Hend-rick left the goal in the last minute for an extra attacker. Dennis Polonich, Rob Watt and, Mark Davidson got the other; goals for the Bombers. Darcy Rota scored his 50th goal of the season for Edmonton early in the third for the 3-3 tie. Fred Comne and Terry McDonald got the other Edmonton goals. In tonight's action, Winnipeg is at Brandon and Medicine Hat at New Westminster. fall, his No. 2 scorer, to a defence spot and bring up three other players from New Haven Nighthawks of the American League to replace injured regulars. The patchwork lineup looked good in the early stages as former Leaf Brian Spencer twice beat Toronto netminder Gord McRae, making his NHL debut, and Billy Smith kicked out ev' erything the Leafs threw at him at the other end. Garry Monahan finally put the puck past Smith 20 seconds before the first period ended and the Islanders' fortunes declined steadily as the Leafs scored five times in a row before rookie Billy Harris jam med the puck home through i maze of players for the third Islander goal in the closing seconds. Paul Henderson had a productive evening for Toronto, setting up two goals by Monahan and one by Norm Ullman before scoring one himself The Rangers blasted 58 shots at California goaltender Gilles Meloche but the 22-year-old Montreal native stooped 20 of them in the first period as Walt McKechnie staked him to a 1-0 lead on one of only five shots the Seals got away against Gilles Villemure. HAS ONE PERIOD LAPSE Brad Park, Bobby Rousseau and Steve Vickers scored the Ranger goals in the second period and Meloche closed the door again in the third, blocking 23 more New York drives. The victory was the Rangers' fifth in a row, prolonging their undefeated streak to 11 games and moving them within three points of the Canadiens at the top of the East Division. In the West, where a mere six-point span separates second place from seventh, defen-ceman Darryl Edestrand powered the Penguins past Los Angeles with two goals and an assist to move them into sixth place, a point behind the Kings. Both Edestrand and Ron Schock beat Los Angeles goalie Gary Edwards for short-handed goals. Another defenceman, Neil Komadoski, robbed Pittsburgh netminder Jim Rutherford of his shutout by scoring his first NHL goal with less than four minutes remaining. Knee is okay, Jocelyne leaves MONTREAL (CP) - Jocelyue Bourassa, proclaiming her knee operation Jan. 9 a success, is planning a weekend excursion to Florida to test it on the fairways, the professional golfer said Wednesday. "I just can't wait any longer to start practising," said the Shawinigan, Que., native whose $16,000 rookie season on the womens pro golf tour made her The Canadian Press female athlete of the year last year. "In fact the doctor took a look at it yesterday and asked how come I wasn't in Florida." FEBRUARY SPECIAL SPECIAL PURCHASE ON NEW 1972 SUZUKI ROAD BIKES GT 380 SEBRING ?1095 Replacement Price 3 cylinder. 1973 $1295 ...... NOW GT 550 INDY 3 cylinder, electric start. 1973 Replacement Price $1595 ...... NOW 1395 GT 750 IE MANS 3 cylinder, electric start, water cooled. 1973 Replacement Price $1975 . NOW S 1595 Ask For JOHN SIMPSON The Motorcycle Expert ERT& CYCLE LTD. 913 - 3rd AVE. S. CLOSED MONDAY PHONE 327-3221 OPEN THURSDAY ANP FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. PITTSBURGH 4 LOS ANGELES 1 First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Marotle 18:36, Polis 19:33. Second Period - 1. Pittsburgh, Edestrand 9 (Wylie, MacDonald) 3:20; 2. Pittsburgh, Pronovost 11 (Edestrand) 7:06; 3. Pittsburgh, Schock 9, 14:06. Penalties - Harbaruk 12:28, Shack, Kozak majors 19:44, Hextall minor, major, Lesuk major 19:55. Third Period - 4. Pittsburgh, Edestrand 10 (Schock) 1:18; 5. Los Angeles, Komadoski 1 (Corrlgan) 16:06. Penalties - Rupp 8:01, Brown 13:29, Prcnovost 14:18, Berry 19:40. shots on goal by Los Angeles ........ 12 6 7-25 Pittsburgh ......... 11 12 �-32 TORONTO 5 NY ISLANDERS 3 First Period - 1. Islanders, Spencer 8 (Brown, Cameron) 2:28; 2. Islanders, Spencer 9 (Crisp, Cameron) 10:15; 3. Toronto, Monahan 6 (Henderson) 19:40. Penalties - None. Second Perlcd - t. Toronto, Ullman 13 (McKenny, Henderson) 2:17; 5. Toronto, Monahan 7 (Ullman, Henderson) 15:26. Penalties - Blackburn 3:30, Smith 17:41.  Third Period - 6. Toronto, Thompson 12 (Ellis, Keon) 2:10; 7, Torcnto, Henderson 18 (Pelyk) 3:04; 8. Islandnrs, Harris 16 (Spencer, Smith) 19:34. Penalties - Pelyk 6:11, 16:19. Shots on goal by Islanders........... 13 4 14-31 Toronto ............ 11 14 10-36 NY RANGERS 3 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period - 1. California, McKechnie 14 (J. Johnstown, Stewart) 14:45. Penalties - Marshall 6:28, Rolfe 10:07, McKechnie 10:45, Smith 18:03. Second Pericct - 2. Rangers, Park t (Vickers, Tcaczuk) 8:33; 3. Rangers, Rousseau 5 (Vickers, Neilson) 13:08; 4. Rangers, Vickers 19 (Park, Fair-bairn) 19:05. Penalties -Lalramboise 9:56, Rolfe 14:01'. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties -M. Johnston 8:30. Shots on goal by California......... 5 8 8-21 Rangers .......... 20 15 23-58 BIT OF EVERYTHING. .No one asked me, but, I think it was a shame Gil Perreault of the Buffalo Sabres wasn't in the National Hockey League AM-Star game, .he is, as far as I am concerned, the best all round centre iceman in the league today . . Picking an overrated Jean Rarelle of New York Rangers and a washed-up Dave Keon of Toronto Map'e Leafs over the Buffalo star was criminal, to say the least. .Billy Reay coach of the West said it right when he pointed out Tom Johnson of the East All-Stars selected Ratelle because the game was in New York. .It took a scientist to help Ted Berlando figure out why he was losing so much money at the race track. .Apparently horses can sleep standing up . .and it appears those are the ones Teddy bets on. . I just found out why so many guys like fishing. . Their wives won't let them drink at home. Mon-signor Athol Murray founder of Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Sask. brought the house down at the Western Canada Hockey League All-Star game banquet with his latest rendition of Grace, "Let us begin, open your mouths and stuff it in." If you stop to think about it, life is like one huge golf tournament. .As soon as you get oat of one hole - you start heading for another. .Bob Kasting of Lethbridge and Yale University, was ranked 22nd in the world by World Swimming Magazine in his specialty, the 100-metre butterfly. .Eric Fish of Medicine Hat was ranked 10th in the world in the 100-metre backstroke. .Did you hear, about the race horse that was so good in the rain they called him a mudder superior?. .Word has it that since it was announced Team Canada's efforts earned just short of a million dollars another series could be in the offing. John Ferguson, assistant coach with the first Team Canada, will be a Lethbridge visitor this weekend at the Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner, maybe he'll have something to say about it. .The stage is set for the 20th anniversaiy of the dinner. .Joining Ferguson will be emcee Henry Viney, baseball's Jim Piersall and Joe. Rudi and football's Mike Curtis and John Helton. Well, we are once again hockey's uniquest city. . Confusing?. .What I'm trying to say is we are once again the only city in North America that can lay claim to two coaches in the National Hockey League along with one assistant coach. .When New York Islanders named Earl Ingarfield their new coach he joined Vic Stasiuk of Vancouver Canucks. The Islanders also named Aut Erickson as assistant to Ingarfield. .Bob Hope took a run at Jack Kent Cooke at the NHL .All-Star game banquet. . Cooke, who owns the Los Angeles Kings, saw his rich vein in boxing peter out when George Foreman knocked out Joe Frazier in their fight some 10 days ago. . Cooke holds the right to a return Fraiier-Muhammad Ali match, but Hope said that if Cooke put on the fight now he would find it "hard to make money on closed-circuit radio." * ? ? The men's southern Alberta curling playdowns got under way this morning in Taber. .1 meant to get around to saying this before but haven't had time. "If the men's four - day playdown goes off as smooth as the women's it will be something." . .I'm not saying the men won't have a very successful, final it's just that Betty Gilbert and the Taber women put on a pretty tough act to follow. .And I see where scribe Larry Wood is playing third with Calgary's Lloyd Wooley. J wish him well, he represents the athletic side of a good many of us. Bubba Smith was on block BALTIMORE (AP) - General manager Joe Thomas of Baltimore Colts admitted Wednesday he tried to trade defensive end Bubba Smith for Houston's No. 1 draft pick, but criticized Oilers' owner Bud Celtics looked terrible Bowling CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Vaughan Tennant 321 (7551, Henry Bechthold 256 (718), Henry Brown 260, Frank Berrihart 266, Len Mllner 266, Gus Hegland 241, Ray Lavalley 240, Maggie Oliver 264 f669), Ruth Huis-man 240, Ellen Johnson 23J, Rose Nunweiler 228, Maria Tuk 226. HIGA'S Alice Hcynen 276, Marlene Bosch 578, Phyl Harrison 275 (705), Suzan Wolstoncrcft 273 (696), Juanlta Lingard 267, Lena Moore 263 (664), Shirley Alexander 298 ( 6991, Chris Ell 264 (669), Barb Scattergood 287 ( 675), Diane Pedersen 257. PREBU'LT Emanuel Schlle 266 (665) Joe Schmalz 289 (658), Bob Bennett 277, Ken Shlgetnl 247, George Fu|)kawa 235 (646), Judy Harneck 249, Gulla Bunnage 247 (661), Melanle Wilson 222, Jackie Low 226, Judy Lasasse 213. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Bdrry Tollestrup 278, Morgan Sparks 279 ( 7281, Reg Arnold 285 '796), Tlno luvale 286 < 778). Jack Smecd 281 (733), Ken Mack 351 (806), Kalle P