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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IE1HBBIDGE HERALD Thursday, February 3, 1972 Toronto of iourlh pfnrc with Wings !ANDY CAPP eight-game J'iul after le-lUng ptj of a TJic hastily-prepared release in January and Kcbruary lead. Hie. came 0111 on (op on the losing streak went 1. laic in (he third lo end ciphl and (ho sorrowful re in danger o( k'nig inal in lire current National Jl League HM.-un hail the I win back into the files and Toronto coach Johnny McLollan said: Phil Esposilo and Bobby 0rr provided the scoring as Boslon Bruins, .s t o p p e d York 2-U and Vanc-onver "I don't ever Wiint lo j C' a n neks downed California slTvleh like Ihatl Cioltlen Seals 5-1. In loniLjhl'.s action. Muni real Camidicn.s visit Los Ansjcles through again." In oilier panics Wednesday, Local clubs WILL QUEENS These Ihree gels will lead Ihe way for the LCI Clipper Queans in Ihe LCI invitational basketball tournament that star's Friday. Set (o see lols of action leff to right, Val Orr, Sandra Knight and Borzoi. TITO Lcthbridge High Schools will be considered tin; teams U) beat in (lip second animal LCI Tournament slaleri for this Tho li o s t s nnd defending clmnipion Clipper Queens and the Winston Churchill Griffins are favored in Ihe Kvo-dEy double knockout affair that starts Friday and concludes Saturday The Clipper Queens have earned (wo tourney titles so fnr ihis year and like lo add their own Lo Ihe collection. A( the. in as hre.ik, I IK? Clipper Queers captured t n p honors in a loin ncy held in T..bcr nnd repealed [heir per- formance in Medicine HaL the following weekend. Tlie tirifiins on the other hand, (oil in Ihc SoutlnvcsL Girl's Basketball C o n f c rencc and have met Ihe Clipper Queens twice this Fcaso'i. Tlie teams split in Ihe cneounlcrs Tlie Catholic Central Kittens, another Lethbridge loam will also make Lheif bid for ibe championship lille along iih Uie Grassy Si-'id-ji. Other c'ubs who plan In the lour soul hern AVoir'a schools will incline Edmonum Cfistglon, Edmomon Scona. lied Deer and Cinnbrook M i g h School from llriii-h Columbia. Meanv. iiile in Southern ia "A" Boy's Baskc'liall League action last night. Catholic Ccr.tral Cougars luncd-up for their trip c-a.'iL lilasling the Ma- grath 7enith.s 50-27. The Cougars, who sport a fi-0 record, v.ill prcprcr-ent t ii c league in the, annual Luther In- vitational tourney held in Ro- gina tins weekend. Bohdan Mychcsuk paced the with 17 puinls while TCurris Alston neleliod M for the Zeniths Di the ''R'1 prelimin- ary encounter, Ihe CCIIS Fly- ers edged Ihe Kagles 6W2 in ovcrlimr. Bob MOSCT hooped Ihc basket just a sneor.J be- fore the sounded to ler- minnle tlie over lime period. Closer led the Fiyurs' attack with 18 poinLs while Brad swished 19 for the Eagles. DOL'G BOYliK Cuiinfrv Cloli Inmiies Bover new managci1 hack in the A7JL s name NEW YORK (CP1 A] he said, ''but they haven't given order." he said. "I several Mac.Xeil, former oach oi Mont- me pc.rmissior, as yd." i real Canadicn.s. i., a j Bee also declined to say1 MacVjil led the to of Ihe new rirJl tlll'ir vifiorv in Stanley CUD MIL Long Island. X.Y entry. ,Bds ht" llril i bsi but despile the he Roy Roc. president oi the Iran-i chnlcc for lhe t j sent" lo Halifax as head dii'sc, -aid ninhl. snt down and put people in j man ot the aprars. "lie's a young, aliraclive, ag-.j e Bue said. "lie ,ias a record, lie's ivon thn vSianlry more can you Teams from Island and Clubbers, Coaldale still lied The Knight Clubbers and Atlanta will be in Ihc league Coaldale fiehling for third place in the Cily liroomball league ic Boo said, however, he has not alkcd to MacXeil, general manager coach of Nova Scotia Voyagciir.s of the Ameri- can Hockey about the job. "I've asked the Car.adicns for lo talk to Robert Mchoden njid Bailor Dnda tallied fnr wlnie Roger Ilandley. Harold standings e-arnwl victories and SdimiegelT, Fred Giicntlicr and remained tied wilh 17 points Herman Kastncr added singie- ap'L'cc- i tons The Knight "lubbers paced In other league grmes singed by John Wcnsveen and Dan oxer Ihe .k.lrn V'asel- Rwlell v.ith a goal each shulontj enak .-cored a hat-lnck and Klnch Kimnra while Coaldale Rudy Fleischhauer fiiipoed in tiliTlTITinH I'-TI .....ii i___ __ i _ i tiiumpcd Traders D-0. Special deals for homeowners at Associates Th U me .in.-'. nuy be nblr to Riveyoua bctici L.-nvcr or terms... or even both. '.'0 i! -.'ou dcbls outstanding, or i! uni noril Kir ,1 .second car, n, filter v-nml ri-.v-oti {.ilk lt> nbtnil .1 I idinruwnrr bee buw niucb better oil you'll 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CRrDTT I IMITF.D with two goala lo Rive I Packers a 5 0 win over Kiorino i Rover.s. Tony hammered tiic four trnifs pacirg K. Masonary lo .in R-0 romping over (he j Willie Krampel. Doug Dow, I Stan Adnmus and Jury Ila.sil chipped in wilh a c-acli. j The leafnic-leadinr Wollerlieh received two-poal pCTforniancas from Gu-3 and Frank Pnp.son lo dump Honda i Mr-rcer .scoixtl Lu ice in H losing cause. When the .Montreal Slar re- ported V.'cxlncsdciy that 1m uas in line for Lhe coaching job Lonji IsUjnd, MacXeil said1 ''J J know nolfn'ng thai." Thn Slar also liny Miron, general manager of Tulsa Oilers of the Conirnl Hockey League, nnd Flcyd Ciirry, nssislanr general mji> ugcr of Hie Canadians, were Icd- cnndidiilcs for general aper vnlli tlie Island kTiin. did not nieniion AI iron or Curry, hut said he had (he Canadicn.s for permission talk lo "several pcouU1 ilacNcil aeeepled Ihe Halifax job. he not deny he like Ln velurn lo the MIL. "If a worthwhile offer conic? from an MIL lonni, I'll certainly listen." he .said. "The NHL is what it's all President G. S. Lnkie an- nounced AVcrinesdny Lhe ap- [windnent of Douglas Boycr as manager of Uie Lethbridgc Counlry Club. A lonp-Limc number of the chsb find well in local circles. .Mr. Buyer will assume hi.s dutieii Fell. 15. He succeeds T. L. Ferguson who following hi.s election to a tbrce-year term on cily council. At tho annual meeting of Lhe club. Mr. Lnkic wns cleckil for 1P72 v.'ilh Dr. Ed- mund Cairns vieu president and D. G. W. Sutherland secre- tary. i Directors for Ilio year ;ire, ,T. i Filocs, K. McL-c.-ui, 0. F. J. F. Gougli, A. G. i E c c 1 e s ar.fl Ran-y Khnery. I Htirvy is past preM- 1 dcnl. Directors h a Vt. cmi-'irmrcl i thai Ihe contract has lei for a complete underground wa- tering system for (he nine-hole couise. It uill bo in operation for lliG coming seasnn at a cost Kings, "Pittsburgh Penguins meet lhe Blues hi St. Louis, De- troit the. Flyers in Phila- delphia, New York visits Buf- falo Sabres and Minnesota la at prayed n little was Mc-Li'Maii's facetious cx- plnnntion for the Leafs' first victory since Jan. 15. Turnintf scrioi'.c McLellan at- tributed the victory to "work, work, work." "I'll have io say we did it the hard a two-goal we had to work hard lo get Ihc winning goal." fioals by Paul Henderson in Ihc first period and Jim Harri- son early in (ho second gave lhe Leafs the 2-0 edge which quickly disappeared when North. Stars' Lou Nanne capitalized two j mistakes by Monahan. a left winger. NANM' UNCOVERED First Monahan lefL Nanne un- covered in front of goalie Bernie Pf-ront and the Minnesota right jnger converted a pass from Doan Prentice. Then, Monahan the puck near the boards and Nanne pounced on it lo feed Murray Oliver a pass that ended in lhe second North SlJr goal. redeemed himself late in (he third period when he fired a hard slapshot from about 40 feet to North Siar goalie Gump Worslcy for the winning goal. At New York, Ed Giacomin of (he Pi.atigers and Gerry Clrecv- ers of thr Bruins slaged a g'oal- t dufl until tiie third po- when IJsposito got his 44th goal of the season and Orr his id lo ex lend the Bruin un- 'Hlm streak to Jl games. The victory pushed the East j P v 1'ruins eight, i i lils in fi'Miit i if second-place i York It Ihc third j I .-Ion uin on New York ice reason. California goalie Gillcs Mel- added lo Toronto's mi-.fry last week by shutting I ni'i Hie Ix-afs 3-f) u.'is so for- against the Canucks. Vancnuvcr put all their five goals past Meloche in the first two periods before coach Fred Glover replaced the nctmindcr with Gary KiirL I Canucks' goalie Dune Wilson lost his slnitoui bid at of I the third period on Joey John- bLon's lone goal for Uie Seals. WHAT'RE VIEWS ON FREE ENTERPRISE PET; SAY3 VOUR BOSS. UNUMIT SCOPE AND George Wasclcnak scored wilh four .seconds left in the final period lo give Williams a hard taught 3-2 vic- lory over Purity Bottlers in City Rec r e a t i o n Hockey League action Wednesday nigliL. Meanwhile in tlie first en- counter staged last night, the University of L c t h b r i dge Prt'n.ahorns rifled in four nLAZKKS riRED TODI) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) PorUand Trail Blazers, facing low team morale and a dismal record in (heir .second Xat'.ona! Basketball Association fired bead coach Holland Todd I Wednesday. I TORONTO 3 MINNESOTA 3 Period 1. Tnronlo. Hender- son Ullman) 10.15. Pen- alties None. Sw.rd Period 2. Toronto, Harri- ion 1? (3-nun, 3-J7; 3. Mmne- sols, Nflnne 17 (Prerlicc, Reid] J MlnnpLola, Oliver 21 (Nanne) Pennllir5 Drouin, Ley O'Bri- en 16-.J1 Tin Periotl S. Toronlo, Mona- hsn II (MncWIIan) O'Grltn Daun on goal by Minnciola H 9 12-35 Toronlo ......13 13 AUfndance BCSrON 2 NEW YORK 0 firsf PCTICJ Nn scoring Penal- (ic-s Fairiiriirn MrKcniio Soiling E'-'.t, Fairlialrn S-Jcnri'.l rio scoring. Penal- llt-5 Crr Thaciuk S01hnr H-C7, Rr.vlrch Third Period 1. Boston, Esposilo .'.i (Oisliina.n) 2 Foslon, Orr :j (Wallnnj Pundlly D. Smilh i.22. on goal Boslon..........n Now York 9 14 VANCOUVER s CALIFORNIA i Firsf Pcriort 1. Vancouver; Boud- 1R 5.07; 2. Vancouver, 1 (lemit-uv. T.'iylor) Pen- nil, ,5 Paion-.cnf Scholia 3 Vancouver, Mflkl 14 (Gutvrcmcnt, Connrlly) VflTi-juvor, Balnn 16 IKcams, 5. Vnncouver, 15 Kurrcnbnch) Pen- Paieriiant double minor 8-27 15-.17, Mflfshall Boddy li'.ird Pr.rird 6 Cfllilo-nia, J 9 [RflirH, RoUirev) Penalties I'oniel P'I7, Gurvrcnionl 9 13 Minor hockey The Flyers trailed 3-0 after the [ii'st period hut caughl lira in M'P sccnncl skimming in five sM'IlifThl '0 drop Ihe Bi- 7-1} in I'fic action Wed- nesday niphL Mike DcIIcer and Darren Prpper Inllicd twice for the Flyers while Jctf Richards, E-.-i- 3n Yen tgniond and Ilolicrt Unffiiian aided wilh sinpleF. Blair Greg Brown. Reg lleggon and Don Marshall replied for the Bisons. In another Tee Wee coiilesl, David Maciura scored a goal in Ihc first and third periods to Kiye Ihe Bears a 2-2 draw with the Blues. Ralph Quint and Darren Price scored for the Blues. straight Ihinl period' goals to drop Miner's Lihrary (J-3. In Iho Flyers Bottlers con- lesl, clicked at the 10: SB mark of the third period to give his club the victory. The Flyers and Holders bat- lied to a 1-1 first period stale- mate and went scoreless in Urn second. Cliff Blork and Alvin Tietz nrlclrd a coal each for the'.crs v.-hile Jaik Fleming and Mason replied for the BolLlers. Th2 Miner's Library held a 2 0 first period margin, but watched the Pronghoms come- back in Ihr Insl two periods for uin fired two markers cadi while Wally Tunow and Bob Turner added singletons. and Turner also chip-rod in f. ill] tlirce helpers Loh Bai'azs scorer', hrice for the- Minor's while Jack Taylor chipped in with a single. Tile only league game slat- ed for tonight will see the Bot- tlers taking on the Labor Club at B p.m. at Henderson. In Induslrial Hockey League play, The Frcbco Pucksters I downed Fleming (1-2 last night. EIR1CH TIRE ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pis 9 0 197 115 56 12 n iu 13? 50 15 1 201 155 JO 0 15? 33 21 3 ld.1 1E5 31 5.! 0 133 231 J? U 1 138 197 70 NHL LEADERS SCORING LEAPERSi Oln-.'.rr-aJ, Can Terry R D. I omr-ndn. fnn DnlG R, D Rick Alcx-inclcr, Coug Drum Can D'. i'.t.l, LcJIi Davg Lmi.'f.krn, R D. Ren' DarrVJ R D...... Tom Linchkrn, R D..... NATIONAL LEAGUE K A'.Tlicvl.rh, M..... Martin ,Ut-F Mnr.lickf, 11 Porrrauil, Bui Wariin C, WESTERN LEAGUE W L T Denver.....27 12 Phccnix 2.1 U San Di-rp 11 15 PorllnM :i 7H Sal: i.cke ;o 17 Sfflllic i 34 HOCKEY SCORES Torcr I 51 81 'M 5 U 33 38 71 31 38 69 25 6! ..27 3 56 3! 11 54 13 Jl 54 2 32 5! 19 03 52 F A PU. A 175 116 53 5 135 53 J Ml 117 J8 .1 1R7 179 d5 1 1 W s.1 2 07 20J 12 Bcslon Ynrk Hoops 49 points By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS 1' I Ic' .s .s n pro a y a id N c Voi'lc Knicks coacii Itcd man of Cincinnati's N.ile Ai Salesman o! the Month Hony is pleased to aniioiinrc Gih.son has ncliiovrd tho honor nf "SALKSMAN OK TJIH MONTH" for the month of Janunn-, Ifi72. Hill liad a woallli of in Ilio siilivs firirl in tlic niiiu- rnnhilo indushy. hi.s many friends and rii.v oniors to MIT him for IlK'ir niolnrini! nerd, li bc> pleased to them in liny uay. CHEVROLET OLDSMOB1LC br.kl. ''if I riidn'i havr In play ;if.T.'iinr.t I'd enjoy wnldiing pumping in 32 points and Dave Owens crnhhinp; 2! rebounds, him .slrrlchcd it.s streak didn't li.ivc ID play i five fiamcs, bcaliir; CliicaRo, Archihulrl WodiK-sdny 36 poinls by Lhe Bulls' hill his Knicks Hoh Lovo. he didn'l enjoy H. Dnvo Binp hit nine sLTaiglit tVrehiliald. due of lhe smallest [field j'oals and finished with M players in Uie Nal.ioiuii li.''l- hall As'-nciation-lit: ;i d m fZ Ihnu bis lui.qhl. (.f G-foel-l-v.-onL pro career, firhm in points and Hio lloy.'il.s io a viclnry over Ihe Knicks. V, in Ilif M'A, cs Hulls ILM-ino, Dclroit Pi.sloiis Cleveland C.'iv.'ilicrs 'Vtiers I r i ni ID e d Buffalo Uraves 1IJ-IOI, llousioti milled Si-allli' SUJKT Sonifs 111 and .s Suns In lhe Aniorir.-.n li.i.skethall Association, Carolina defeated I Ins 110-101, and Denver dov. ned Ulah Hi. I with John lluvlicek poinls as snapped a six- K.imc losing siring wilh ils over Cleveland, loser of of il.s last 17 Raines. f'hiladelphin hurst lo a .T7-14 first-period lead over Buffalo and went on lo whip IJie, Braves ns Fred Carter led Ihc way wilh '.M points. Houston pot balanced scoring poinls from Greg Smith and each from lOlvin Hayes a'ld II n dy Scatt.le. wilh a WJ-poinl K'ltTem Jahbar, league's U-a'ling .scorer, broke loose (or poinls nul Oscar 2.1, hit hvo free j wilh -1-1 srconds left, as J.Milwaukee slipped past I'hoe- Easl Division j W L T F A Pis. tf 7 B 201 108 73 in B 311 111 70 ?R 13 B 1.H LA "il R UO 761 21 Jl 10 117 US 57 i 15 ?F) 5 159 35 j 10 29 12 131 192 j2 Wcsl Division i 3.'. 11 5 -Ji 73 27 IS 8 137 111 62 17 H 11 ItH 105 Ai 17 11 7 I'-B Jl U H B 115 H2 36 1-1 33 f, 117 !Qj Richmnnd J 3 Wpsicrn Porliancl 4 5lH L.iki? J Inlc.-nniiondl Port Huron I 3 Columbus 3 Fin! i Lor-i I'lnrJ d tSc-M Jcnoy 1 j 1 MelvlDe 9 Rcriina f-cxc-s 2 REgina Pdfs .Sfiskahnn 3 nlor FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRi SALES i SERVICE ;