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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LITHBRIDOt HERALD Saturday, February 2, EASTER IN DISNEYLAND From Cdgiry Priced from S36S adult (Sharing) Chlldrtn from Including Air Firt, Accommodation and EXTRAS. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Norris, Oilers register wins By JOHN SHORT Canadian Press Staff Writer Beleaguered goaltender Jack Norris of Edmonton Oilers made a promise Friday night and his team-mates agreed after a 3-2 victory over Chicago Cougars in the World Hockey Association that he kept his word He promised to work aggressively to cut down shooting angles in an attempt to help his mates work out of a slump The result was Norris' best goaltending display in several weeks as he turned aside 32 shots as Edmonton ended a three-game losing streak The third-place Oilers failed to move up in the Western Division standings because Winnipeg Jets protected their two-point margin in second place by shutting out Los Angeles Sharks 4-0 In the only other WHA game Friday. Quebec Nordiques won their fourth game of the week at home by defeating Toronto Toros 2-1 in a battle of Eastern Division teams. Norris, criticized along with goaltending partner Chris Worthy for Edmonton's recent difficulties, refused to take credit for his outstanding play. "The defencemen agreed they would cover the front of the net against passes if I went out to cut down the angle on Norris said. "That's the way it worked "I think the worst of our slump is over now, but a slump ends one step at a time South rinks in trouble RED DEER (CP) Defending champion Glenn Schmaltz of Calgary St. Francis coasted to an easy 12- 3 win over Jack Hummel of Blairmore in the opening round of the Southern Alberta school boys curling championships Friday afternoon. Schaltz was joined in the "A" event quarter finals by two other Calgary rinks Rick Moss of Central Memorial who whipped Jim Main of Three Hills 14-4 and Barry Knight of William 'Aberhart who thrashed Kim Greene of Vulcan 12-4 A fourth Calgary entry, skipped by Ken Warren of Viscount Bennett, dropped a 10-3 decision to Dwane Lumsden of Hanna. In other first-round games, Dave Cruckshankof Red Deer defeated Dale Cummings of Banff 8-6. Terry Wrigley of Sundre disposed of Ross Charlesworth of Picture Butte 9-5. Norm Ohama of Brooks scored twice on the extra end to down Paul Mills of Okotoks 11-9 and Robin Herrmann of Medicine Hat nudged Bran Har.sen of Oven 5-4. The second round is scheduled for tonight TWO VETERANS SWAPPED PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitt- sburgh Pirates said Thursday they have traded shortstop Jackie Hernandez to Philadelphia Phillies for catcher Mike Ryan. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOYER Sales 308-9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 w I Herald Sports and this game was just one step." Veterans Jim Harrison, Al Hamilton and Len Lunde scored for the Oilers, offsetting goals by Chicago's Joe Hardy and Jim Benzelock. Norris earned an assist on Lunde's goal. Harrison earned the winner on a perfect goalmouth pass from defenceman Doug Barrie in the third period It was the tough centre's first game after a two-game absence caused by a broken nose suffered in practice and he wore a football-type helmet to protect himself. Minor hockey Raymond Taylor scored three straight goals in the second period and led the Vikings to a 5-0 victory over the Penguins in a Pee Wee match Friday night. Darren McLean and Frank Zappone added singles in the win while Blair Spence chalked up his first shutout of the season in the nets. In a Midget game Thursday night, the Nationals skated to a slim 4-3 victory over the Lakers. Ron Schellenberg, Brad Robertson, Kevin Hunt and Brian Madura tallied singles markers for the winners while Sid Brack scored twice in a losing cause. Tom Ammato fired in a hat- trick and propelled the Braves to an easy 7-1 win over the Falcons in a Pee Wee match. Allan Tsujri, Wade Enns, Dean Gallimore and Allan Norlin scored a goal each for the winners while Wayne Pallet replied for the Falcons. SATURDAY Centra 4 30-5 30 p m BA Maple Leafs vrs Jets 5 30-6 30 p m BA Canadians vrs Oilers 6 45-7 45 p m BA Black Hawks vrs Maroons 8 30 p m Midget Elks vrs Vauxhall Legionaires SUNDAY Adams Centra 9 00-10 00 a m BB Seals vrs Cougars am BB Mustangs vrs Lions Hmdmon Cwitra 5 30-7 30 p m Midge! Colts vrs Vulcan Midgets 8 30-11 00 p m Kinsmen Warriors vrs Midge Elks CMc Centre 4 00-5 00 p m PW- Canucks vrs Bisons 5 00-6 00 p m PW Blues vrs Totems 6 20-7 20 p m PW Flames vrs Flyers Coeldale Sporteptex 7 45-8 45 a m PvV Rangers vrs TEA 8.45-9.45 a m PW Wings vrs TBA 10 00-11 00 a m Squirt losers 1100-1200 pm BA Whalers vrs Oilers 1200-100 pm SA Bombers vrs Rockets A curling blur It's hard to tell but Jim Robertson and Arnie Cunnings are doing the sweeping Friday for the Al Dusseault rink of Yellowknife. Robertson and Cun- nings are just a blur in senior men's competition. Flames singe Canadiens, Lysiak sums up victory By GLENN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer Tom Lysiak, the outstanding rookie centre of Atlanta Flames, had a simple explanation for Atlanta's 5-3 National Hockey League win over Montreal Canadiens Friday night. "We played the style of said the ex- Medicine Hat Tigers star who was Atlanta's first amateur draft pick last year "We just kept on skating It's the first time out team has looked this good against the world champions." Lysiak had two assists on goals by defencemen Arnie Brown and Jean Lemieux as the Flames posted their second win over Montreal this season. Bob Leiter with two and Leon Rochefort were the other Atlanta scorers as the Flames remained in fourth place in the NHL's West, four points ahead of Los Angeles Kings Jacques Lemaire, Guy La- fleur and Peter Mahovlich scored for the Canadiens who remained second in the NHL's CCHS Kittens capture city girls9 championship title The usually quiet and timid Catholic Central Kittens turned into ferocious lions and clawed their way to the 1973- 74 city girls' basketball championship title at the West Castle is not -40 Due to a typographical error Friday, the West Castle ski report had a lumber of skiers staving away from the slopes. The temperature at West Castle is four below, not 48. Skiing is excellent with the hills in the best shape of the year. Even the base of the slopes have been groomed. The Lethbridge Herald apologizes for any inconvenience it may have caused West Castle. WANTED EXPERIENCED NEW USED CAR TRUCK SALESMEN APPLY IN PERSON TO L. D. FOSTER, GENERAL SALES MANAGER, C'JNLOP FORD Lethbridge Collegiate Institute gym Friday night. The Kittens were overwhelmed after walking away with a solid 27-20 victory over the host Clipper Queens, who have won the city title more than one can remember off hand. The Kittens earned the city title by proving themselves the best in the city girls' championship round- robin series which was staged over a three-week period. They went through the series undefeated racking up a 4-0 record while the Clipper Queens placed second with a pair of wins and two losses Winston Churchill Griffins, the third club in the series, finished last without a victory in their four starts In last night's encounter, the Kittens held a slim 13-6 lead after the first half, but exploded in the third quarter jumping to a commanding 24- 8. The Clipper Queens, who failed to score a point in the third quarter catre back somewhat in the fnwi nigH nvnutes but the daniagc already been done The Kittens were paced by Kaplan's 11-point outing while Wendy Rodzinyak added eight Carol Cann and Cidv Frows led the Clipper Queens with six prints Meanwhile 1bc Ran- and Cardslon up easy victories in Southern Alberta A Boys' Basketball League action last night. The Rams whipped the Cougars 51-34 at Catholic Central while the Cougars upended the Zeniths 49-37 in Magrath. At CCHS last night, the visiting Rams had their hands full for the first half but pulled away in the second. The two clubs were tied 14- 14 at the half Rartdy Stevens led the Rams' assault with 12 points while Mark Baldry chipped in with 11. Scott Anderson and Ross Blackmer aided the cause with 10 points while Bill Dudas and Brad Peake topped the Cougars with 11 and six points respectively. The Rams shot 39 per cent from the field while the Cougars hit for 35 per cent. They also out-rebounded their hosts 45-29. Jim Toone was the big gun for Cardston in their win over Magrath Toone hit the score sheet for H Coin's while teammate OOP YuiH added 12 Tim Rollingson and Jim Holiday managed 12 points apiece for the home club. In junior boys' varsity play, the LCI Colts suffered a hard- fought 55-53 setback to the CCHS Flyers after two overt .me periods and the Magrath Eagles tripped ap the Cardston Wildcats 4843. DUNLOP FORD 1510 Maror Megralh STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MON., m. 4 P.M. H.A. Titto Bout 90 Mln. Limit Stomptr Gouldie VS Larry Lmnt Tht VS Thompson ft Cavpwittor Girls' Mixed Tag Match S Big Bouts 52.50 TV East, eight points behind Boston Bruins. Montreal left winger Frank Mahovlich collided with Lysiak along the boards and was cut near the right eye. He was kept in hospital overnight but was expected to join his team-mates for today's trip to Detroit where they meet the Red Wings Sunday afternoon. Jacques Lemaire, back in the Montreal lineup after missing four games with a knee injury, hurt his shoulder and did not see action in the latter half of the game. Atlanta took a 2-0 first- period lead when Leiter scored his first goal at and Brown got his first of the season 86 seconds later. Lemaire got his 18th goal of the year before the period ended and Lafleur tied the score at of the second with his 15th goal. Lemieux got his first goal of the year only four seconds after Montreal netminder Wayne Thomas had been nabbed for interference at Leiter won the draw and snapped the puck back to Ly- siak at the right and he quickly relayed the puck to Lemieux, who drifted a screen shot into the Montreal net. Atlanta then outscored Mon- treal 2-1 in the final 20 minutes. Seven games are scheduled today with Detroit visiting Philadelphia Flyers in an afternoon clash. Tonight, Boston visits Toronto Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh Penguins play host to Chicago Black Hawks, New York Rangers travel to Minnesota to meet the North Stars, St Louis Blues are at home to Buffalo Sabres, Vancouver Canucks play host to New York Islanders and California Golden Seals meet the Kings in Los Angeles. Aside from the Montreal- Detroit game Sunday, Toronto goes to Buffalo, the Rangers play host to Minnesota, the Islanders visit the Seats, Pittsburgh is in Boston. Chicago is at home to St Louis and Philadelphia is in Atlanta. ATLANTA MONTREAL 3 1 Atlanta letter 11 {MeOonougti temteun) 9 16, 2 Brown 1 3 is fShwlt Cowmoys'r) 18103 Penalties S 38. 12 16 P shard 14 Second Period 4 15 ff> IS 5 Alianla 1 LsrleM 6 tt Penalties Thomw served tsy laTlcur 640 Brown. iafteur 11S4. Manery 1250. P 1446. Oomeau 17 14 TMrdPariod 6 Atlanta letter 12 ftomandrfycfri) 0 49. 7 Montreal P VWhcwhCb 20 154. fi 3 -43. PenaWies 1554 P MsffwWrr 1700 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phona (403) 328-7411 CHAIRS... Shirley unbeaten in senior playdown If it wasn't for Ralph Shirley of Edmonton George Alexander of Calgary and the rest of the competitors in the Alberta senior curling playdowns would be on equal footing. However, Shirley and his mates from the Royal Glenora Club in Edmonton had to do things differently, they won twice. Shirley's foursome is the lone unbeaten rink in the three-day, round robin affair Alexander, on the other hand, dropped his two encounters. Shirty posted a convincing 9- 4 win over Aaron Jones of Athabasca in the opening round and then followed up with a narrow 6-5 triumph over Glen Fisher in the evening draw. Fisher had opened the competition with a 7-5 win over Al Weir of Dawson Creek before losing to Shirley. In other first round action Al Dusseault of Yellowknife, NWT nipped Alexander 6-5 in an extra end. In the evening draw Jones bounced Alexander 11-8, and Weir got past Dusseault 6-5 There are two draws today with the final set for Sunday morning. However, if two rinks are tied at the completion of the five draws there will be a showdown game Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile, 48 rinks opened play in the 27th annual Women's open bonspiel at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Heading into today's action seven rinks had reached the eight's in the first event. Prizes in five events are up for grabs in the three day competition. Finals in all events are set for Sunday afternoon at three o'clock Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL ALCON Dave Miller 240 Jack Tremblay 241 Mel Perry 260, Joe Bruges 246, Al Link 235, Elias Sawiila 281, Albert Bleile 268, Joanne Sawilla 225, Alex Tkachuk 223 COMMERCIAL MENS Ken Kurtz 280 Jack Tremblay 282 (723) John Rempel 332 Steve Safer 278 Sam Girardi 280 Elias Sawiila 297 Tmo Luvale 329, Reg Arnold 282 Ken Larson 280 Jack Smeed 281 (736) Bruce McKillop 285 (752) SIMPSONS-SEARS Jack Unterscher 290, Leo Jansens 291, Joan Graham 275, Marino Rapuano 250 Allan Bird 245, Janice Woolley 240, Herb Ellerman 328 Ed Rossetli 289 (713) Kay Goshinman 232. Elaine Davis 234 BENDIX Mel Marshall 240. Galen Harris 250 Betty Rowe 226, Dave Nelson 330 Donna McLean 251, Jack Brown 273 Leo Macht 279, Clint Simmons 246 Dave Hewitt 234 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Phil Legge 211. 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