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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 6, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 But he'll take the two points Crusader coach admits win not a thing of beauty I5y THE CANADIAN PRESS . Cleveland coach BiE Need-ham admitted Monday night's World Hockey Association game wasn't an artistic success, but his Crusaders were willing to take the two points anyhow. The Crusaders used the free-1 wheeling Chicago Cougars to solidify their lead atop the Eastern Division with a 7-5 victory in front of 2,673 Cleveland fans. "This was two big points," -Needham admitted after the game in which the Cougars took the lead 40 seconds into the first period. "They (the Cougars) were all over the ice and we made the mistake of trying to run with them. "But after that first quick goal, the guys realized they had better start skating and we got going." In the only other game, Houston Aeros lost a chance to close the gap on Western Division-leading Winnipeg Jets when they lost a 6-3 game at home to Minnesota Fighting Saints. The Saints return home tonight against New York Raiders, Philadelphia Blazers are at Ottawa Nationals and New England Whalers visit Alberta Oilers. PADS EAST LEAD Garry Jarrett and Jim Wiste were two-goal scorers for the Crusaders, the others going to Ted Hodgson, Doug Brindley and Ron Buchanan. Rosaire Paiement, with two, Dan Lod-boa, Bob Sicinski and Rick Morris tallied for Chicago. Cleveland now leads New England by five points in the East. The fast-skating Cougars, who again got solid goaltending from Jim McLeod, were still very much in contention until Jarrett came through with his 20th and 29th goals in the third period, his second a 60-footer into an empty Cougar net with McLeod on the bench in favor of a sixth attacker. Minnesota grabbed an early lead with Frank Sanders, George Morrison and Len Lil-yholm scoring in the first period which proved the difference with each club sharing the scoring in the other two periods. Bill Young, Mike McMahon and Jimmy Johnson scored the other Saints goals as 3,119 Houston fans looked on. Don Grierson, Tel Taylor and Duke Harris replied for the Aeros. The victory put a temporary halt to Houston's challenge for western honors. The setback left them five points behind Winnipeg with back-to-back games with the Jets in Houston scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Capture championship final Bulldogs win at Brooks Winston Churchill Bulldogs carted home the championship title in the third annual Brooks High School Invitational Boys' and Girls' Basketball Tournament staged last weekend. The Bulldogs bested seven other teams in a two-day modified double - knockout event which featured two clubs each from Calgary and Medicine Hat and single teams from Rosemary, Brooks, Lethbridge and Foremost. Enroute to victory, the Bulldogs edged Foremost Falcons 57-54, blasted the host Brooks Braves 70-52 in the semi-final and dumped Calgary Queen Elizabeth Knights 54-40 in the championship final. Cyril Patson was the top Bulldog scorer in the semifinal match with 17 points while Kim Woolf led the Bulldogs in the championship tilt with a 28-point performance. Jack Chymboryk also hooped 16 points and Ken Nakama 14 in the final game. The Bulldogs were never In real trouble in the final match as they led 28-8 at half-time. Nakama was also selected to the all-star team for a brilliant weekend outing. Meanwhile the Winston Churchill Griffins didn't fare as well in their side of the tourney draw. The Griffins were ousted early in the third annual event after dropping two straight matches. The Foremost gals whipped the Griffins 41-18 in their first contest whilo Brooks slipped past them 27-24 in the second. The Griffins didn't come home empty-handed though as they picked up the team sportsmanship award at the conclusion of tourney. Meanwhile in Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball League play, the Milk River Comets posted an easy 71-73 verdict over the Fort Macleod Flyers. Thunderbirds drop Huskies VANCOUVER (CP) - The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds defeated the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 77-53 Monday in Canada West University Athletic Association Basketball. Darryl Gjernes was high scorer for UBC with 21 points, followed by Rod Matheson with 17. Dean Faris had 13 for Saskatchewan and Paul Jacoby had 12. Barry Lodermier hooped 24 points to lead the Comets while Mike Hierath chipped in with 16. Warren Tolley managed 14 points and Jim Van Wyk 12 in a losing cause. Scott Perrett notched 14 points and paced the Stirling Lakers to a 59-41 win over the Picture Butte Sugar Kings. Mary Hirsche netted 12 more points for the Lakers while Tom Curuso whipped in 22 points for Picture Butte. Coaldale Gaels also earned a victory last night as they stop-* ped the Vauxhall Vikings 43-33. Ed Dick managed a 12-point outing for the Gaels while Al Friesen pumped in 10, for the Vikings. In S 0 u t h w e s t Conference Girls' action, Bonnie Stanko flipped in 21 points to give the Coaldale Larks a 30-27 decision over the Vauxhall Vi-Queens. Cindy Dorchak notched 14 points and Pat Skidmore 12 for Vauxhall. In boys' junior varsity play, Milk River whipped Fort Macleod 83-49 and Picture Butte dumped Stirling 45-24. In a girls' game Saturday, Taber Dawns edged the Picture Butte Sugar Queens 29-25. Connie Brezovski hooped 10 points for the winners. Bulldogs best Winston Churchill Bulldogs emerged with the spoils in the annual Brooks tournament held over the weekend. The winners are, front row, left to right, Cyril Patson, Jack Chymboryk, Perry Mirkovich and Randy Rae. Back, left to right, Peter Neufeld, coach, Ken Nakama, Ken Duce, Ritchie Baceda, Derek Redman and Kim Woolf. Bronco cute in skintights? PITTSBURGH (AP) - Imagine Bronco Nagurskt playing football in skintight stretch pants of double-knit nylon, white kangaroo leather shoes and a mesh jersey of nylon taffeta. Well that's the kind of uniform the Hall of Fame fullback would likely wear if he played today because fashion now rivals function in the business of outfitting players. "It's not how good you are; it's how good you look," says Stan Kardon, a representative for a major sports uniform manufacturer. Kardon and spokesmen for more than 50 other firms displayed a veritable rainbow of merchandise during a recent coaches clinic at a local hotel. "We have shoulder pads in a red, white and blue motif," Kardon said as he stood before his mountain of $25 pants, $30 shoes and jerseys in the $10 to $15 price range. "The pants and jerseys come in all colors and designs," he said. "We're using fabrics that only women used to wear-and the mesh jerseys are excellent for hot weather. "The shoes come in black and white," he added, "but we do have kits that can be used to dye them any color. Co-ordinating with the uniform colors is very popular." Striped kneesocks are big, and so are terrycloth wrist bands, originally intended to just soak up sweat. Function is still a strong selling point, and the vogue is toward specialization. For example, there are special types of shoulder pads for linemen, running backs, linebackers and quarterbacks and receivers. Prices rim as high as $50 a pair. One firm advertises its "linebacker" pads as "designed for hitters who want the maximum in shoulder pad protection." Shoes are also made for various positions, as well as synthetic turf or grass, dry fields or wet fields. Of course, low-cut, sleek-looking shoes are the rage, and that gives rise to an industry in itself: ankle taping. SOMETHING HAPPENING V?L5T0K? NORGLO WALL MOUNTED ELECTRIC FIREPLACE 1500 watt heating unit. Fan operated, thermostatically controlled. REVY VALUE.................... FACE OFF WITH THE TOUGH ONE ALL NEW HOCKEY STICK Laminated birch handle, fibreglass reinforced, nylon blade RUMPUS ROOM 3.95 KU/VlfUS koom AAj 2x3 STUDS Eocn 80p ATTENTION Contractors, home builders, handymen homeowners and do-it-yourselfers We are expanding our store. We must clear all damaged and obsolete merchandise. All items priced below our cost. 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