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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lEIIIBRICIfiL' HERALD Irbiutnv t. ifr Cliurclull in 'fund LCI gais win own tourney WIN OWN TOURNEY Thr LCi ihe annual LCI hoop lourney over ners ore, front, feff to righl, l.aune mori cooch and Marg Thompson. A1 Queens won. ekend. The win- Irene Karialsu- d.Ve lef' to right, Carol Andreachuk, Margrifa Dombrowsky, Lorfill Lilja, Aileen Metcalfe, and Sue Gash. Back left to right are. Davlyn Last, Debbie Borzel, Veil Orr, Sandra Knight, Los Lilja and Sian Smilh. Still Maple Leah Kings split at home The Leihbrkkv Simar Kinp.s managed in keep liieir mic-poiiil load ovfr llui fiflii plice Ed- us Iliry iv.n Alhrrla ..'inv'n- Hockr-y league; r'lCO'liltPTS Hender- son Ice Tonire Ihc v.pfk- op.d. Saturday nipbl fiayn Ullird four Unit's ;md paced visiting Drumhcllor Falcons lo a 6-4 irin over !ho Supar Kings, while SiLridsy nichl llic Sugar Kins? I" a decision ovor the Rod DC-IT The ?mcle victory over Ihc iveekend gives Lhe local club 34 poinls Aviili a came in hand over the IMnnlr- Leaf.s "vvlio also managed a inor the wcok- end for points. Saturday nichl Pie SuCar Km.cs slappc-d in lun quick goals, bill ihc Pa icons back coah 15 ser-nnrU aparl in Lhe lalor slagos of the to oven t.he couul. D-umhe'ler picked up L w o goals in the .second period vh'.? S'.icar Kings '.'cplicd It wh" started tiling off in the final mimiu-s of play scoring at the mark to tiy Uie co.nlcsl. Worker then to life nnce and in hvo bis goals 10 .sink Ihe c'arued the first-star a-rtard for unnie w h i 1 e Bembridcr1 home rlie second f.rfiphy. Bpmbndcp in IV- Fal- vjclory alnnu v. ,1 i m Simpson ;-oorin2 a cord each. Tern' 'McFanl. Georee Mr- George and Ken .Dcdd replied for the Su g a r Dodd was clioson as: Ihc third itar of the game. plays featured scoring Sunday as the Sugar Kiucs de- feated Red Deer Rusilcrs 7-o. Each tenm scored goals on pmver Tcm' Tarnow and Rnndy Andrcachnfc scored on first period power plays for Lethhridge while Doug Lindskog and Dale Lewis got the Rustlers' power play coun- ters Ihree minutes aparL in the third period. Summaries DRUMHELLER 6 LETHBRIDGE 4 Firs' Pe-iKl l "c- Faul 3 WcCrea (Dortd, Stevr.-ryn) 1 Dr-umhelli.T, Weckcr (HuculJ 15 51 5-J-ryn, fnr, Georpc McCroa and Chris) Gord Dillon vcrc the other Red k'fi 'he Sugar Kinps, Dcor marksmen. luo each'and Neil j Lethbridge Look a 3-1 lead Lysinfi tint the oilier ynal. i after the first period aiul G-'2 iSarryl Hoc Unrh i margin after W minulp.s. Cougars finish o in third place Tiie Catholic Central Cougars PeLer Sihora paced (lie Cou- piaved one had game and had Rars vilh 12 points while John ,u Duna? chipnod in nine, to w.ih Lhirri plncc m the and Cnl p0irlor aniuud fiegina LuLher Col- and seven inviiaUcnal Basketball points Toni'iianient over Ihe Lyle Gallant .who usually makes 10 poinUs a game, I held The U-'iiyars, who earned an I Tlurcs changed for the Con- easy victory t h c jn lrophy Saskaioun Walter Murray in Ihc j as came up with a opening rourd suffered a IV2-381 fantastic RO per cent .shooting iD5s to the Rcgina Central Go- pliers hi ihe "It's just one of those things commented Cougars' coach Dean Dsh average Winnipeg j St. John's Tigers 61-37. j The Cougars hirlt up leads of 15-7. 29-19 and to earn (he viclory. had an easy time in our I Poirior led Lhe Coupars' nf first game anri when we came hack wilh 21 big points while up arjairst a lougher bull club. Gallant came hack and li.Top- mentally j cd 13. added j Mcanv.'hile Glcn- The CiMi'ral (lnpliei> v.ere by i lau-n Lions, sparked by the 25- fnr a ball I'lub than; point pcforniancc of Al Beaver a.s hlasled i rleftsited Rcgina CenLral Go- Coiigars a! half-lime. They managed a per ccnl shooting average in that 16 min- i ule span and used a tough pressing zone defence along wilh it lo hold Lhe Cougars back. Kodiaks clef ea led LETHBRIDGE 7 RED DEER 5 F'irsl Pcricxi 1. Lclh'iriclqc. Tcr- Rrd Door, V.'nlH: 1 Lv.fir.t) (Sn- m) V. U; .-.r'lro.i, hijk 11.J? P- n-llli.-, Pcrl-fl' ffc- n 57, t, WrCrrn 7 McCrra R. Pod Lirrh P-nal- lio', Thirrf 9. R'rl Dv-r, kc-n. fT. :i .Ti; ln RM DOT, i-, H Rr-l Dr-r, DUITI .t'l-rh) fl fjfl, i; L 19 .'i Pf-n-iStic.s n-flrf, r I r> The Lclhbndgc Community College Kodiaks lost to tJie U n i v e r sity of Lclhbridge Pronghorns in exhibition basketball action Friday night. The Kodiaks, who are tuning- up for their Alberta play-offs next month lost their scc- ond game to the Pronghorns in Lhree meetings this year. I capacity crowd was on hand ai the Kale Andrews i gymnasium witnessing n hnrd- j fought Al) minute match. The Kwlifiks held a slim 33- i 29 half-time lead and kept up v.lih a respeclable alLnek in the final half to gain Ihc vic- lory. Gary paced l.he Ko- diaks with 22 points and 20 re- bounds while Don Hamilton managed big poinls for the Prong horns. The battle for Lhe leadership nf the Canada "Wesl division o( Ihe western Canada Intereol- h-giale I'.askelball League got stronger Saturday as Alberla Golden Bears .stayed in tho struggle with British Columbia Thundcrbird.s. The Golden Boars, sharing Iho division leadership w i t li i riiC, fiefraled Victoria Vikings 1 (S9-.7I for an record. UBC, idle Saturday, is 9-2. WRESTL5NG TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM CHAIN MATCH. VON HESS VS BH.AFONTE KAMATA VS tUCCK TRIPtE TAG 4 Bouts Sl.iiO Beaver was chosen as t h c tournament's mosL sports-like player. The Winnipeg squfid had heat- en St. John's a city rival hy only six points earlier ui the day. Vancouver Royals won the consolation event by dropping l-iogina Martin Luther Monarchs -1943 while Saskatoon Waller Murray Marauders and Regina Luther Lions, the other two teams in the eight-team tourney were side-lined in the early rounds. Native sons drop Buffs The LcLhliridge Y's Men's Na- tive Sons hla.stod in five firel periods goals to rimb the Buf- falo.s 8-0 in exhibition hockey action in Bcllcvue Saturday night. The Native Sons took a 5-2 first period lead and maintained a 7-4 margin after the second. t'rcd Hoffarth and Ken Klink- hammer tallied twice for the Sons while Marty Mnxwell, Miles Shaw. Brian Maxwell and Randy Joevenazzo chipped in with singles. Lloyd Paiiluk seored I h r e c times for Ihe Buffalos ivhilc Young added hvo. Tiie Sons will sec au lion next wckcnd as 1.1 luy host Tom's Pizza for two exhibition contests. Sugar Kings' Phil Wamllcr made 29 saves while Graham Parsons and Keith Dclancy combined lo slop -11) shuts at Ihr Hustlers' nrK Lothbridge lonk five nf nine penalties and Ihc teams splil two majors. MtCrea picked up the number one star selection while Dale Lewis of Red Deer and Chris McMasters were clToscn second and Ihird slars respectively. In Calgary Edmonlon Maple Leafs jumped into a first- ported lead and coasted to a 7-3 win over Calgary Canucks Sunday. Lcs Drcwicki led (lie Leafs with three goals and Craig Styles. Darrcl Zclinski. Mike Birmingham and Randy Smilh got singles. Jim Sellers. Gary Vaughan and Dennis Olnisi'i'ud scuml [or Hie Canucks. The Maple Leafs peppered the Canucks' goalie frank Kp- pi'.'b with shoUs and monlon's Rill Olcsdnik faced 35. Tlic led 7-1 after two periods. Kdmorton look 10 of IB pen- alties including three of six ma- jors for fighting. In Drtiinhcllcr. Laurent Gue- nclle scored two goals to lead L'omonton Movers lo a -T-'! win over Ihr Falcons Smidav. M.ilir'. Brian Cluu-loii and Ti'rry Bwa'ullk scored Ihc j got his on a power play during the second period. Drumheller marksmen were Ryan Ross lUark and Ian Howe. The loams uero tied I-l al Ihe er.d of Ihe first period and Ed- monlon took a 3-2 lead after -10 minutes. Ray McLeod of Hie Movers and Ross Frisken of the Fal- cons both faced 2B shots. The Movers tcok 12 of 2'1 pen- alties and Ihe learns splil four came misconducts and luo fighting majors. Meanwhile, in Calgary a third period rally hy ihe Can- ucks fell short as Rod Deer Rustlers defeated them 8-6 Sat- urday night. Terry Wittchcn led Red Deer u-ith throe goals and Joe Mur- j phy, Lindskog. Gord Dil- lon. Darryl Wallis and Dale added the others. Cal- gary marksmen uerc Don East- coll, wilh two, while Dan Man- dryk, Dennis Olmstcad, Brock Kaluznick and Dave Bruce got one each. The Rustlers link a 3-2 first- perind lead then .jumped to an 8-4 lead after 40 minutes. Cal- gary added two goals in Iheir final-period drive. Graham Parsons .stopped 37 shots in Red Deer's net, while Dan Milton and Frank Eppich combined to make saves in Ihe Canucks' goal. Milton was pulled midway through Ihe sec- ond porind after alfouing si.x Red Deer look seven of nine penalties and the teams split two majors. Hy LLOYD YA.MAlilHllI Mill-aid Spoils Wrilcr Th Winston Churchill' Grif- fins will be w a I k i ng down strange, streets if they meet the L.C.I. Clipper Queens in an- other touinoy championship final again Ibis season. The Clipper Queens ciimc up wilh a bard fought 4MI victory over the Griffins in Ihe second ajinual Girl's Invitation- al Basketball lourney champi- onship final Saturday night. All hough the Griffins deteal- ed Ihe Clipper Queens Iwice in inter-city school play this year, they can't seem lo win Ihc big one. Earlier in Ihe season, tho Griffins were bounced by Ihe Clipper Queens in a champion- ship final encounter in Tabcr. A capacity crowd was on band lo w a lc h Ihc Clipper Queens capture their own l.wo- yrar old lourney for Ihc sec ond straight time. Enroute lo the tourney final Ihe Clipper Queens blasted Ed- monton Stralheuna 61-41 and walked over Red Deer Lindsay Thurber 45-22 in the semi-finals. On the other hand, Ihe Grif- fins Ihumped Cranbrook 51-35 in Ihe lourney opener and oust- ed Cathoh'c Central Kittens 44-30 in the other semi-final. In the championship final, the Clipper Queens racked up a commanding 15-4 first quarter lead and if looked as though Ihe Griffins were finished. The Clipper Queens relaxed a bit in Ihc second eight min- utes of play and Ihe Griffins managed lo cut (he deficil lo eight poinls before Ihe first half ended. Both clubs came out fresh for the second half of play and fought lo a stalemate point- wise. They managed nine points apiece. Rhona Martinuk came lo life m the lourlh quarter for the i Griffins, hooping six of her 12- I point performance which push- ed her club closer to Ihc cham- pions. The last minute bid fell shorl Ihough and the Griffins had to settle with Ihe runncrs-up posi- tion. Debbie Borzel was Ihe main- cog in the Clipper Queen's wheeling offensive attack net- ting 16 points nhile Lorcll Lilja chipped in with nine. .Susan Frier paced the Grif- fins wilh 13 poinls while Pal Scbandor added 10. Meanwhile Ihe consolation final was an iMlmonton affair with Ihe Easlglen Devils down- ing Slrathcona 34-27. Slralhcona held a 11-6 lead after the first quarter, but j watched Ihe Devils come back I and lake a 16-14 lead by half- time. The final quarter rally did Slralhcona in as the Devils out- I scored Ihcm Ellen Ausl led Ihc Devils wilh 12 poinls while Ellen i 1 s o n j managed II poirls in a losing j cause. In the "A" division semi-Im- als Lhe Griffins and Clipper Queens didn'f have loo much j trouble disposing their oppon- I ems. Susan Frier paced the Grif- i fins over the CCHS Kittens with an outstanding 21-point per- formance. Pat Schandnr chipped in wilh 12 while Judy McNab sunk nine for Ihe Killens Nancy Rice and Heather Mc- Kay also managed eight and seven poinls respectively for the Killens. Gaels dr CYii The Coaldalc Kale Andrews Gaels of Ihe Soulhwest Basket- ball Conference dumped Lhe vis- iling Ml. Baker Trojans of Cvanbrook, B.C. 57-12 in exhibi- tion action Saturday night. The Gaels led 25-22 by half- time, but Ihe Trojans came back to lake a .15-34 after the third quarter. Ed Dick paced Ihe Gaels wilh points while Richard and Ray Lister chipped in wilh 14 and 10 points respec- tively. Tim Olh noUhed Id polnLs and Pal Vvalshc for Cranhrook. Southwest Baskelball U'aguc action will continue Tuesday wilh Ihe Vauxhall Vikings and Vi-Qiicens visiting Coaldale. The Clipper Queens had Ihe easy lime during the two-day lourney in drubbing Red Deer Lindsay Thurber -15-22. The Clipper Queens built up a first quarler lead and in- creased il lo 22-11 by half-time. Loroll Lilja nolched H points for Ihc Clipper Queens while Kathy Newman sank nine in a losing cause. In two other games staged Saturday, the Edmonlon East- glen Devils edged Cranbrook Ml. Baker and Edmonton Strutheuna dropped Grassy Lake Hll-211. Dnnna Anderson was high scorer for Eastglen In their win over Cranbrook with 12 points while Jackie Bronman hooped 17 for the losers. Tn the other conlcst Lee Tcri picked up 10 poinls for Scona's viclorv while Dorcen Vankas. lipen managed nine for Grassy Lake. Sunday was a bad night for most goalteiiders By CHUCK SVORODA Caiiiidiai) Press Staff Writer Last week, after Boston Bruins chalked up 2-0 and (i-l v U1 in r i e. s, I lie National Hockey League Division leaders were talking about the virtues of defensive play. Somebody asked goalie Eddie Jolinst.on about the possibility of him and Gerry Checvers win- ning Lhe Vezina Trophy bhis sea- son as the league's top goalies. "Sure, we're aware we're in contention for the said Johnston, "but every time somebody mentions it we let in four or five the next It was worse than that Sunday night. .Johnston was in the Boston nets and lie watched the pucks go by at [lip rate of three each for the first 40 minutes as Buffalo Sabres bombed the Bruins 8-2. OTHERS VICTIMIZED Sonic small consolation for Johnston was the fact that a few other goalies were victims of similar scores in other week- end games. Detroit Red Wings bombed California goalies Gilles Mel- oche and replacement Gary Kurt for an 8-2 victory over the Seals Sunday. Pittsburgh's Jim Rutherford and Lcs Binldey were the victims of an eiglil- gcal barrage by Lo.s Angeles Saturday as the Kings shipped the Penguins 3-1. Even veteran goalie Ed Gi-a- comin seemed helpless in St. Louis Saturday a.s the Blues pelled him with 38 shots on the way Lo a 0-5 In olhcr games Sunday Mont- real Canadiens downed Vancou- ver Canucks 4-2. Chicago Black Hawks whipped M i n n c s o L a Stars 5-0, Toronto Maple Leafs gained a 2-2 tie with the Rangers in New York and St. Louis earned a 2-2 tie with Phil- adelphia Flyers. In other matches Saturday, Philadelphia beat Toronlo 3-1. Boslon edged Detroit 3-2 and Minnesota lied Buffalo 3-3. MARTIN SC.'OHES 2 .Rookie Rick Martin scored two goaLs, a.s did -Jim Jjorenlz. as Lhe Sabres ended Boston's unbeaten string at 1.1 games. two goals gave mm a season total of 37, one short of the season record for a rookie sot last year hy tcam-mnle Gil Perrcault. PcrrcauH didn't score Sunday but he did a good job of contain- ing Bruin centre Phil Esposito, who went scoreless for his third game in a row. "I purposely put Perrault on said Buffalo coach Joe Crrmer. "and Gil proved be can do a good job of checking. "People say he can'L check; they are wrong." Boslon coach Tom Johnson said. "It was the worst game Lhe Bniins played since I've been conch. But don't take anything away from Buffalo. They were .skating. I hey were hilling." Mickey U e d m o n d, traded alnng wilh Guy Charron and Bill Collins from Montreal last year, scored three goals to lead the Red Wings over Golden Seals at Detroit. Redmond now hns 32 goals 25 assists, lying in poinls with Frank Ma- hovli-ch, who went to Montreal in the livulc. Mahovlich 27 goals and 30 assists. WIN'OS MOVE AHEAD Collins and Charron also .scored a goal eaoh Sunday as Ihe Red Wings broke out of l.he fourth place lie v. itli Toronlo in I lie Knr.l Division standings, moving one poinl ahead. Tony recorded his seventh shutout of the season in Ihc Chicago nets and Dennis Hull and Jim Pappin each scored twice as the Hawks look a t4-point lead over the second- place North Stars in Lhe West Division. At Vancouver, the Canadiens were killing oft a third-period j [penally when Jim Roberts scored on a breakaway to snap a 2-2 tic with the Canucks. Pete Mahovlich scored Ihe in- surance goal five minutes later as the Canadicns moved to within five points of the slump- ing second-place Hangers in the East Division. The tie with Leafs led. Ihe Hangers slill nine points behind the leading Bruins and without a win for the fifth Lime in their last six games. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pis Cal Cougars ?fl 7 0197 115 54 Red Deer 76 13 0 127 52 Cal Canucks 2J 17 1 218 17J Al Lethhndge 17 21 0 158 17i> 34 Edm Leafs 15 21 3 151 188 33 Drumheller 12 25 n 242 Edm Movers 10 26 2 143 200 23 W L T F A PI Boslon 37 8 8 212 119 82 New York 32 11 9 322 121 73 Montreal 29 13 1 196 139 Dclroil 23 23 B 174 171 Toronlo 21 22 11 140 151 Vancouver 15 30 5 116 169 Buffalo 11 30 13 IdJ 201 West Division Chicago Minnesota California St. Loun Phila. Los Anqeles Plllsburqh LEADERS: Ejpc'ilo, B Ratci'e, NY Orr, B GMbsri. NY tlY R. Hull, C..... Martin, But Rrdmond, D F. Mahovlirh, M Perrcault, Buf Slanficld B, HOCKEY SCORES 11 5 1 f 98 77 11 IB B 133 127 62 -J7 11 152 205 <15 18 78 8 UP 179 <1J 16 U 9 175 159 .11 15 33 7 136 JOB 37 13 30 9 120 HI 35 37 32 37 73 Ml 3? 75 57 71 30 57 21 J6 57 II 55 Buffalo S Bost Dclroil 6 Calif Lhicago i Min National ancouver 2 w York 2 SATURDAY 51. Louii 6 York 5 Los Angeles B PiMibuicili 1 Philadelphia 3 Toronlo 1 Boslon 3 Detroit 5 Buffalo 3 Minnesota 3 American Providence Boston 1 Hprshcy 0 Cincinnati 0 Tidcwaler 2 Springfield 7 Richmonl 5 Cleveland 5 Central Forl Worlh B Kansas City 4 Dallas 9 Oklahoma City 0 Omaha 4 Tulsa 2 Weslern Salt Lake 2 Scallle 2 Phoenix 7 Denver 3 International Port Huron -1 Tnkdo 2 i Mu-.keqon d Flinl 3 Oj 7 Pert Wayne 2 j Dayton 7 Columbus A I Eastern New Jersey t Clmlon 3 i Charlotte A 2 Syracuse 6 New Haven 3 I Johnslown 7 Long Island 5 Weslern Inlernalio-nal I Spokane 7 Cranlirook 3 j Nelicn 1 Trail 1 Weslern Canada Junior Brandon 5 Saskaloon 3 Medicine Hat 7 Victoria 4 I Bnlish Columbia Junior i Vernon 11 Richmond i I Pcnlicton Chilliwack 7 Alberla 7 Manitoba 6 Calgary 13 Brandon 6 50CCER ENGLISH LEAGUE DIVISION I No matches due to FA CUP gamei. esola 0 merican Cleveland J Cl Tidnwalcr 1 Nova Scolia Boslon 3 Bdllimore 0 Providence J Springlleld Richmond 5 1 Wcslcrn Dpnvr 0 San Dipgn 0 Porlland t Phoeni DIVISION II W 7 L jrwJi -.15 9 3 illwail 17 1? 3 jppn'i PR ..1395 rn-'hflir in 17 5 in-Jerland 10 II 6 DIVISION Ml A P 21 39 37 36 72 35 ?S 37 al _. _ ._ Toledo J Flinl J Porl Huron 3 Dayion B Des Moines 3 Eastern Roanoke i SI- Pelersourq 5 Greensboro d Charlolle 1 Clinton 5 Syracuse 2 Johnstown 4 Long Island 1 Prairie Edmonton 5 Saskaloon 3 Yorkton 5 Regjna 1 Manitoba Junior Dauphin 9 Selkirk 5 Portage 9 Kencra 1 5'. Jfimfis 6 Winnipeg 1 SI. Boniface 7 Weil Kildonan 0 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albfr! B Reqina Pnts 3 Notre Dame 9 Moose JBW 6 Melville 6 Eslevan 2 Rsglna 6 Weyburn S Western Canada Flin Flon 3 Reqina Pats 3 Edmonlon Calgary 2 New Wpstminilnr j Morjicine Ha! Vancouver A Swill Current 3 Alberla Junior Lrlhbridge 7 Rc-d Deer 5 l-.dmonlcn Leafs 7 Calqnry Canutes Edmcnlon Movers 5 DrurnliDller 3 British Columbia Junior Chini'.vack 2 Kamloops 1 Kclc.vna 6 RicfinonrJ -1 DIVISION IV 57 .IB 71 3U ,17 13 37 .13 ?B 37 39 5i 3! 53 27 36 51 3? 35 .1 24 31 <19 38 33 SCOTTISH LEAGUB DIVISION I No matches due to FA Cup games. CoA-dcnbealh St. Mirrei Arbroflth Medal stanriir Olympic Garm plDied. MEDALS Ciisl Germany Rusiis Germany DIVISION 11 51 18 34 7 61 35 3? (i 35 31 f, At 25 30 6 54 39 ?B ANDY CAPP FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP TRACTOR TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIM SAUS SERVICE 401 111 Avt. South Phon. or 3J7-444S ;