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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f THt lETHMIDCt HMAID tunAay, Nbruaiy 1, 1971 Detroit winger shocked at being traded MacGregor stunned, not sure he'll go By THE CANADIAN PRESS After 10 years in a Detroit uniform, Bruce MacGregor said Monday night he's not sure he wants to live in New York. The 29-year-old right winger from Edmonton said he was stunned by the National Hockey League trade that sent him to New York Rangers along with rookie defenceman Larry Brown in veteran Ranger defenceman Arnie Brown, rookie defenceman Mike Robitaille and forward Tom Miller of Omaha Knights of the Central League. "It's kind of you'vi e been with a team the number of years I said. MacGregor, who had scored 151 goals and 182 assists in regular- season play with the Red Wings since joining the club for the 1960-61 season. "It's hard to ac- cept leaving. I haven't made decision yet whether to report to the Rangers. I'm going to take a couple of days to think about it. There are some personal things I want to go over." MaeGregor said he'd already spoken with Emile Francis, Rangers' general manager and coach, and, since he'll probably Bowling Banter HONORS TO KUCHERAN Rick Kucheron of Lelh- bridge won the McCrocken trophy recently. Frank Lef- fingwell of Lethbridge was third in the year-long compet- ition. Wins trophy Kucheran tops Rick Kucheran, a member of the Lethbridge Trap Club, re- cently won the McCracken tro- phy for tight group shooting at 100-yards. The trophy is awarded an- nually by the MeCracken Pre- cision Bullets Co. and requires that competitors use McCrack- en bullets. Contestants may en- ter as often as they wish throughout the year. The small- est group of five shots meas- ured by diameter of the hole is declared the winner. Kucheran's group measured .105 of an inch which is less than Vs of an inch. Al Murdoch of Calgary was he runner up with a meas- irement of .128 followed by Leffingwell of Leth >ridge with a .145 marking. All three men used rifles o calibre in the event. Hamilton triumphs Both the boys' and girls' teams from Hamilton Junior High School emerged victori- ous at the annual Parkside Ju- nior High Basketball Tourna- ment in Redcliff on Saturday. Participating schools were Parkside, Alexandra and Mc- Coy from Medicine flat, Rals- ton, Brooks, Bassano. and Gil- bert Paterson and H a m i 1 ton from Lethbridge. In their quest for the trophies, the Horneti and the Halos from Hamilton first defeated Alexandra anc Bassano. The Hornets, in the boys' final, handled the host team from Redcliff fairly eas- ily, winning by a score of 44-30 The Halos in their final game had to come from behind to de- Clippers win two Claresholm Clippers won tw games over the weekend Foothills Hockey League tion. Saturday night Frank Kelle scored three times as the Clip- pers belted Fort Maclepc Broncs 9-7. Sunday the Clip pers edged Crow United 5-4. Harrold Fleming added tw goals for Claresholm agains the Broncs while singles wen to Hartford Wells, Lyle Ho heider, Brian Thompson an Bill Good. Dave Madoche scored three times for the Broncs. John Malasheski, Mike Hornberge Bruce Cooper and Craig Horn berger tallied once each. Sunday Pincher Creek Su phur Kings pelted Bronc goalie Don Hall with 69 sho as they downed the Broncs 7- Hall made 35 saves in the sec ond period. Gerry Laderode, Andi Calvez and Stu Sheer score a pair each lor the Kings. Ho Conrad chipped in with one. Craig Hornberger, Don Forthwick and Bruce Coopei feat the Parkside team 23-22. accounted for the Fort Ma AT CAPRI BOWL, the man in the spotlight as bowler-of-the- month is Sam Girardi who has been burning up the lanes mce the first of the year bowling in Canadian Dressed [eats two weeks ago he cut oose with 295, 234 and 364 or an 893 triple, and then ast week he started with a 75 but came back in his sec- nd game with nine straight fa-ikes to post a big 390 after unctung a headpin in the Oth frame in his third game he r e e 1 e d of six traight strikes, took out a leadpin in the seventh frame and then rolled three more trikes for 365 and a 930 riple in his final two games he rolled an amazing 8 strikes in 20 frames Ken Malcomson, who's been experiencing trouble hitting he big figures, is obviously >ack in the groove he roll- ed 258, 263 and 343 for an 864 triple in Green's Shoes to ake the men's bowler of- the-week laurels 14-year-old Cherye Obermeycr took the vomen's award for the week, rolling 286 in Green's and post- ing a fine 343 and 752 in Young Adults. SAM GIRARDI Bowlcr-of-the-month The first leg of the YBC Four Steps to Stardom has wound up and those who'll represent Capri in the south zone inal are Darren Pepper, Rod Malchow, -Michael Sharuo, Novak, Kim Prindie, Lanette Czember, Bev Salmon, Pat Hamilton, Bev Passey and Leslie Killins in the bantam division, John Novak, Baden Pilling, Tom Passey, Ron Gret- ringer, Harold Oddie, Carolyn Passey, Nadine Kovacs, Cherye Obermeyer, Karen Bergman and Lori Palmarchuk in the jun- ior section and Darrel Lagler, Dennis Smith, Ken Kurtz, Randy Sillito, Duane Spitzer, Debi Meyers, Gail Hedberg, Melody Ives, Marie Waselenafc and Bev Mezei in the senior section. New league highs for the week included Bill Kolysher with a 322 in St. Mike's, Bill Jensen with a 210 average in Senior Citizens, Isabella Bergman 207 average in NuMode, Norman Gyulai 214 average in Henry Homes and Sam Gir- ardi's big 390 and 930 in CDM Among the week's top efforts were Lew Mills 343, Randy Wolstoncroft 319 and 828, Norm Tolley 309 and 810, Bob Omotani 340, May Hiebert 329 and 305, Pat Plomp 367 and 750, Esther Ogden 322, Marg Smith 319, Suzan McDonald 295, Marilyn Christensen 295, Linda Mal- comson 303, Mary Mcrcom 297, Lou Stotyn 314, Ken Larson 325, Tokio Hori 323, Ray Nesting 316, Bill Kolysher 322 and Bill Hamilton 318. be suspended if he doesn't re- port to New York, "it doesn't leave me much alternative." MacGregor said he'd consider the trade until Thursday then talk with Francis when the Rangers visit Detroit. "I've played 10 years now and it's something to think replied MacGregor when asked about the possibility of retiring. In Larry Brown, the Rangers are reacquiring a young de- fenceman they thought highly of before letting him go to Detroit earlier in the season in a trade that sent centre Pete Stemk- owski to the Rangers from De- troit. Robitaille has been one of the Rangers' finest young prospects for several years but has had problems cracking the New York lineup. California Golden Seals, meanwhile, have indicated they won't trade off any more draft choices for experience. Fred Glover, coach and gen- eral manager, said Monday at a news conference the Seals have already parted with their first- round selections for 1971, 1972 and 1973 "but that is the last of it." Montreal Canadiens have ac- quired the Seals' first-round selections through 1973. In other NHL developments Monday, the Canadiens an- nounced that defenceman Serge Savard, who fractured his left leg against Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday night, will undergo a bone graft operation today. Team physician Dr. Douglas Kinnear said the bone graft will "ensure Savard's complete re- covery and return to his hockey career." The young defenceman frac- tured the same leg in five places last March and returned to the Canadiens' lineup Nov. 7. He was rounding into his earlier form when the most recent in- jury occurred. Chicago Black Hawks said Monday centre Lou Angotti will be lost for about three weeks with a slight fracture of the left ankle, suffered in Chicago's 4-1 win Montreal Sunday. And Philadelphia Flyers an- nounced the loan of left winger Earl Heiskala to San Diego Gulls of the Western League. Heiskala, 28, scored two goals and one assist in 30 games with the West Division club year. HAPPY ABOUT HIS TRADE Mike Walton, now a Boston Bruin, told reporters Mon- day he was happy about being traded by Toronto Maple Leafs. The Leafs traded Walton to Philadelphia and from there he went to Boston. _____________ i Minor hockey Balazs, Grey find range four times The Maroons still sit in last place in the Bantam "A" league as they suffered their twelfth loss of the season bow- ing down to the Maple Leafs 4-2. Scott Davis, Craig Brown, Kelly Vaykovich and Brant Marchuk paced the Leafs with one goal each while Lawrence Gardiner led the Maroons with both their goals. In Pee Wee action the league leading Vikings with the aid of Jamie Henderson's third period marker trimmed the Totems 1-0. Troy Dickson picked up his sixth shutout of the season. The Cougars kept up their Enrich your retirement income with deferred tax savings. I'll be glad to show you how. R. J. (Duke) KWASNIE REPRESENTATIVE iell Associates BIdg., ograttl Drivft dgo, winning ways in Bantam B )lay as they squeezed past the rlamblers 1-0. Richard Shardlow notched the rinner midway through the sec- ond period. The Stampeders scored five times in the third period Mon- day to edge the Royals 6-5 in midget action. Don Henderson and George Irvine led the winners with two goals each. Henderson add- ed two assists as did his brother Jim. Single goals went to Don Johnson and Jim Orich. Derrick Blasco and Brian Konrad tallied a'pair each for the Royals. Mike Dobe scored a singleton in the first period. Bishop takes over Albnrto. Rci. 328-2606 IE MONARCH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, VICTORIA (CP) Eric Bi- shop, general manager of Vic- toria Cougars of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League, announced Monday he has taken on the additional duties of coach. He takes over from Ron Max- well, former coach of Brandon Wheat Kings of the Western Canada League, who will be- come an assistant to Bishop until the end of his one-year contract. Along with the change in Maxwell's status, Reid, di- rector of player personnel, now will assume the duties of as- sistant manager and assistant coach. The changes come at a time when the Victoria team sits atop the league's coast divi- sion with an eight-point cushion over second-place Vancouver Centennials. Despite this record, Bishop indicated the change in coach- ing staff was made because he fell "the club should have done better." In the two games played the City Recreation Hockey League St. Basil's squeezed past the Labor Club 6-5 in the first contest while the U of L Chinooks bombed the Purit; Bottling 8-1 in the second en counter. It was a comeback win for the Saints as they trailed th Club 3-1 after the first period They managed to even match to 3-3 when the buzze sounded to mark the end the second period. Bob Balazs found the rang four times for the Saints whfl Wayne Bowes and Bria Murkin managed a goal each For the Labor Club Lorn Gray was also hot as he equalle Balazs' performance with fou goals. Clyde Kitteringham rounde out the Labor Club scorin with a singleton. The University blasted five third-period goals as the cruised to an easy victory ove the Bottlers. The Chinooks had scores of 1-0 and 2-0 and pick ed up three of the five pena ties called during the three pt riods of play. Keith McDonald was the to marksman for the Chinook with two goals while Nig Russell. Dennis Allen, Negrello, Jim Stewart. Band, and Al Johnson all chi] ped in with a goal apiece. Wayne Winters spoiled nooks' goalie Wayne Neilson bid for a shutout at the 19: mark of the third period. Action will resume Wcdne day night when the U of L Ch nooks tangle with the M and Generals at 8 p.m. and Pun Botfling meets St. Basil's McLean top FORT WORTH, TEX. (API- Kenny McLean of Okanagan Falls, B.C.. took top time in the calf roping event at the South- western Exposition and Fat Stock Show rodeo here Monday night. McLean, doesn't ly compete in the event, had time of 13.6 seconds. He was winner of the first go round in saddle brono competition, e t V