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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i THt UTHMIBGt HRAID MwJ.y, Ftbwanr fk Q if f HI' I WI'CII' 11 tJ iVI'I'M--'" ._ Clipper Queens win tourney uinari from Ed- ine for the Kittens Bv LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The first annual LCI Girls Invitational Basketball Tourna- ment was a complete success for the host school as the Cup- per Queens captured the covet- ed championship trophy over the weekend. One thing for sure, the cham- pionship trophy was in no threat of leaving Lethbrdge as the Clipper Queens matched shod with another local high school, the Catholic Central Kit As' in the case of all other previous games the Clipper Queens put their powerful of- fensive attack to good use and dropped the Kittens 38-25. After the first quarter the Both clubs opened up a little in the third quarter but once again the Clipper Queens came up on top increasing their lead in UK imai quarter both clubs missed fine opportunities but went back into the tight de- fensive type ball game once Orr paced the Clip- per Queens as she hooped 10 points while Debbie Borzel chipped hi with seven. For the Kittens Nancy Rice and Jean Kambieiz managed nine and eight points respec- tively. EnroLtetoth finals the Clip- per Queens had no problems in disposing their opponents their opening game as L... clobbered Calgary E.P Scarle Jasper Place squad from Ed- monton in the semi-finals 41-31 to gain the right to meet the Kittens. Katy West led the dipper Queens with 15 points against Jasper Place while Wendy Let- tie paced the Edmonton club On the other hand the Kit- tens bounced the Calgary Bow- ness Lancers 41-23 Friday night in the tourney opener and kept up their winning ways by squeezing past the Winston Churchill Griffins 32-31 in the other semi-final match. It was a tough one for the Griffins to lose as they main- tained a 17-14 lead at half time. The Kittens over-took them in the second half but there was never a big gap separat- ing lor the Kittens netting 19 points while Pat Schandor and Susan Frier managed 14 and eight points respectively in a losing cause. In other games played dur- ing the day Calgary Bowness bombed Edmonton Bonnie Doon 50-29 while the Calgary E.P Scarlet trimmed Calgary St. Francis 29-27. Doreen Sandburg paced Bow- ness with a 28 point perform- ance while Wendy Nelson chip- ped in with 12 to gain the vic- tory over Bonnie Doon. For Bonnie Doon Susan Mas- sing managed to hoop nine points. In the E. P. Scarlet St Francis contest Angela Mill ham dunked 10 points and Eliz Ractz nine for St. Francis while Debbie Tomlinson replied with seven for E. P. Scarlet. Hull tied with Richard for goals Bowman takes over as coach By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer After the National Hockye League all-star break general manager Scotty Bowman of St. Louis Blues said he was going out a winner after directing the West Division stars to a 2-1 win over the East. He relinquished his coaching duties before the start of this season to Al Arbour but came out o! retirement 35 a coach for the all-star game. And now he is behind the St. Louis bench again. The all-star victory snapped a long drought for Bowman in key games. His team had been win- less in 12 straight Stanley Cup final games and two previous all-star games. Second in the West, the Blues lave won only five and tied three of the games since New Year's and Bowman announced Sunday he was reclaiming the coaching duties from Arbour. The effects were immediate as the Blues drubbed Philadel- phia Flyers 6-2. The victory at Philadelphia was St. Louis' first on the road in eight games. In other Sunday games, Bobby Hull, who the previous night equalled a career mark for three-goal games in Chica- go's 6-2 win over Minnesota North Stars, scored his 34th of the year in a 1-0 Black Hawk win over Pittsburgh Penguins; Toronto Maple Leafs held on for a 4-3 victory over Buffalo Sabres; Boston Bruins saw their 19-game win streak at home ended in a 44 tie with Minne- sota, and Detroit Red Wings downed California Golden Seals In addition to the Chicago- Minnesota game Saturday, Los Angeles Kings thumped Mont- real Canadiens 6-3, Toronto downed Philadelphia 4-2, New York Rangers edged Vancouver Canucks 54 and Boston edged Buffalo 4-3. Bowman, watching Ms Blues during recent games, saw the writing on the wall and Satur- day traded away captain Red Berenson and Tim Ecclestone to Detroit for centre Gary linger and winger Wayne Connelly. Sunday came the news Arbour had resigned and would return to active service within a week to 10 days to bolster the St. Louis defence. Weekend summaries r S CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. California, B. Hicke 14 (Hampson, Wattlussi) 2 Detroit, Delvecchlo 13 (Miller, Howe) Penalties Crotteau Brown Sicond Period 3. Detroit. Web- ster 30 (Collins, Brown) De- troit, Howe 17 (Delvecchlo, Brown) 5. Detroit, Llbett 9 (Berenson, Harris) Penalties Roberts 6-51, Laieunesse Third Period 6. California, Eh- man (E. Hicke) 7. Detroit, Howe 18 (Delvecchio, Berenson) Penalties Hexlsll B. Hicke Leclerc snots on floal by Detroit J-JJ California 85 Alfendancs BOSTON 4 MINNESOTA 4 First Period 1. Minnesota, Oroum 12 (Goldsworthy, Oliver) 2. Min- nesota, Burns 6 (O'Shea, Oliver) 3. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 14 (Parise) Penalties Sanderson Reid Hodge O'Brien second Period 4. Boston, Mar cotle 14 (Sanderson, carleton) 5. Minnesota, Nanne 3 (Drouin, Golds worthy) 6. Boston, carleton 7 (Sanderson, Marcotte) ties Hodge Grant Har- ris O'Snes Harris "rffiMfiS-- 7. Boston, Hedge 3 (Ore, Cashman) 8. Boston, Bucyk 33 (Leach, D. Smith) penaitie None. Shots on goal by Minnesola Boston 19 23-1 Attendance T. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period 1. St. Louis, Huck 1 G. Morrison, Connelly) 12.32; 1. St. ouis. Crisp 4, 16.23 3. Philadelphia, "esuk IS (Bernler, Nolet) 19.01. Pen. ames _ Lorentz 3.20, Dornhoefer 6-30 Huck 9.42, Hale 12.28, Lesuk 3.40, Unger Bordeleau, Favell, served by Johnson Lesuk, Southerland Barclay, Piager Second Period St. Louis, Bor- deieau 13 Bill Piager) l-ilO; 5. Philadelphia Johnson 14, 11-50; 6. St. Louis, Huck 2 (Arbour, Sutherland! 7. St. Louis, Lor- entz 15 (Arbour) Penalties Van Impe L. Morrison, maior Barclay, Piager Third period 8. St. Louis, G. Mor- rison 12 (Connelly, Wakely) Pen- alties Ashbee Unger, Lacroix G. Morrison 11-'' Shots on goal by St. Louis Philadelphia Attendance CH1CASO 1 PITTSBURGH 0 First Period 1. Chicago, R. Hull, 34 (Campbell) Camp- bell McCallum Harbaruk, Mohns second Period No scoring. Penal- ties Mohns Harbaruk Miklta, Prentice Third Period No scoring. Penal- lies None. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh Chicago Attendance 7 13-28 4 One more title for Magnussen PETERBOROUGH, Ont. (CP) Karen Magnussen, having conquered one of her most- feared foes, has but one more to defeat in her bid for the world championship in women's sin- gles figure skating. And even before Karen de- feated Janet Lynn of the United States for the North American title here Saturday, she was touted by many experts in at- tendance at the three-day com- petition as the next world cham- 18-5-ear-old, three-time pion. The Canadian champion from North Vancouver, B.C., said before the continental contest that Austrian Beatrix Schuba was her other maior competitor. "But Beatrix is no free- said Max Gould of To- ronto, a former Canadian Fig- ure Skating Association judge. "She's the world's best skater in figures, but she can't come close to Karen in free skating." Miss Schuba confirmed the opinion when she fell once and nearly fell a secor.d time in her free-skating performance in the The pretty blonde, who won her first Canadian senior cham- pionship in 1968, was picked first by six of the seven judges and even earned a perfect mark of six from one judge for artis- tic impression in her free-skat- ing program. She won the free-skating com petition despite having to follow Miss Lynn whose marks topped those of three earlier competi tors. "I like a said Miss Magnussen. "I enjoy it when the going gets tough and I per- form a when I've got someone pushing me." TORONTO BUFFALO J First Period 1. Toronto, Keon 27 (Dorey, McMillan) 2. Toronto, Armstrong 5, _3. Toronto, Elite 21 (Oorey, Ullman) 4. Goyerte 10 (Perreault, Hamilton) Penalty Baun Second Period 5. Buffalo, Marsh- all 12 (Goyette, Hamilton) Pen- alties Duff Barrle PelYk maior, Fleming msior, Dorey miscon- duct Dorey minor misconduct. Ley minor maior, minor Shack. minor maior Third Period 4. Toronto. Mc- Kenny 2 (Ullman) 7. Buffalo, Govette 11 (Perreaull) Marshall] Pelyk Pratt Shols oo goal by Toronto............ 'J Buffalo Attendance PHILADELPHIA 2 First Period 1. Philadelphia, B nler 19 (Johnson, Van? Impe) j 2. Toronto, Keon Dorey) KB, 3. Toron- to, Harrison 11, 4 Toronto, Monahan 12 (Ley, MacMillanl 14 04. Penalties Ullman Hale Third Period 5. Toronto, Harri- son, 12 (Spencer) 4. Philadel- phia, Lesuk 14 (Nolet, Hale) Penalty Lesuk Shots on goal by Philadelphia Toronto "-M Attendance BOSTON 4 BUFFALO 3 First Period No scoring. Penal- ty Cashman Second Period 1. Boston, Espo- slto (Bucyk, Stanfleid) 2 Boston, 1 (Espcultp) Penalty Buffalo bench Third Period 3. Boston, 32 (Esposito, Cashman) 4. Boston, Marcotte 13 (Sanderson, Green) Buffalo, Krake 4 (Fleming) 4. Buffalo, Annderson S (Marshall, Goy- ette) 7. Buffalo, Fleming 4 (Per- reault, Hamilton) Penalties Shack Watson Orr Shots on goal by Buffalo BostoTl 10 21 Attendance CHICAGO 4 MINNESOTA 1 Both men emphasized th change was temporary and tha Arbour would be back as coac next year. "I think I can help more no in a playing said Ar- bour, a 38-year-old native of Sudbury, Ont. In trading off Berenson and Ecclestone, Bowman got rid of the NHL Players' Association president and St. Louis players' representative. Berenson and Ecclestone were the leading Blues' scorers. Bcrvman said the thought of trading Berenson hadn't even entered his mind until he found that Unger, 23 and a potential superstar, was available in De- troit's housecleaning that has seen the Red Wings complete at least three other deals in recent weeks. The first sent Pete Stemkow- ski to New York in exchange for rookie Don Luce and de- enceman Larry Brown. Then winger Frank Mahovlich was traded to Montreal for wingers Mickey Redmond, Bill Collins and Guy Charron. Last Monday, New York re- claimed Brown and veteran winger Bruce MacGregor and gave the Red Wings defencemen Arnie Brown and Mike Robi- taille along with minor-league winger Tom Miller. Detroit general manager Harkness said that Unger "hasn't been doing anything1 for the team this year. He had scored only 13 goals after leac ing the team with 42 last year. "I don't think the opportunit to get someone you can build club around comes along very said Bowman. "You have to grab it when you can. "I would never have consi- dered trading Berenson, until Unger's name came up. You just couldn't get the value back." Newcomer Fran Huck scored twice for the Blues against Phil- adelphia in a game that saw both benches clear when Flyers' Vndre Lacroix high-sticked de- fenceman Barclay Piager in the second period. There was a lot of shoving, but the only penalty was a five- minute high-sticking major _to Lew Morrison of Philadelphia, who was tagged for the infringe- ment by referee Bill Friday. lidget Warriors riunipliant "C" s the weekend and came two IT ARNOLD? Don Meredith, ex-quorterback with the Dallas nil-AUU o mim'tjvir, First Period 1. MInnsscta, Golds- worthy 1 (Drouin, Grant) Penal- Period 1. Chicago, R. Hull 31 Koran) 3. Chicago, D. Hull 25 (Mikita) penallie- Third Period 4. Chicago, 13 (D Hull) 5. Chicago, R. Hu. 3 (Maki, Campbell) 4. Minne- sota, O'Shea 13 (Rousseau) 7 Chicago, R. Hull 33 (Campbell, Staple Miklta Ccago, u ton) 8. Chicago, D. Hull 27 ita, Koroll) Penalties H Pappln misconduct D. Hull 27 (Mlk arvey club squad 2-1 after periods of play but CUM b trim the host club M. George Irvine blasW i oals in the final period w Wrick Blasco potted ear- lier in the aecond. For Bassano BlBgamjM all the damage as he scored both their goals. Brian Clampitt played an cut- standing game in the nets w the Lethbridge team as be was tested on several Meanwhile in Vauxtall the Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors were no match for the HorneM as they blasted the heat club 17-2 in Southern Alberta Juven- He action over the weekend. Miles Shaw led the 'Warriors as he slammed in five goals while Ken Hammersted fol- lowed up with four. Bob Turner and Jack Dtiwer also had a fine outing as they each picked up a hat-Hck while Gary Marchuk and Neil Kristjanson added stagletone. For the Hornets J. Haws and G. Bryant managed a goal each. Lethbridge Elks dropped an 8-3 verdict to Bassano Sunday afternoon in Southern Alberta Juvenile League action at Bas- sano. Jim Roberts led the way for the Elks with two goals while Brian Maxwell chipped in with a singleton. Meanwhile Mark Tokarluk earned a shutout as he and his Tiger mates stopped the Sabres 6-0 to Pee Wee action. Mike Trentini and Darren Bamage each scored twice with singles going to Ian Ennls and Rod Snopek. Terry Bailey scored three times as the Bears belted the Falcons 9-1 in another Pee Wee game.Kevin Miller added two markers with singletons going to Doug Bodie, Steve Midde, Robert Schlagle and Robert Ratuamo. David Zarooben replied for the Falcons with a goal in the third period. Laver NEW York (AP) AmazinR Rod Laver swept his ninth con- secutive match in the Tennis Champions Classic Sat- urday by eliminating head-shak- ing, Tom Okker of Holland 6-1, 6-4, 6-3. The victory for Laver, the 32- year old Australian southpaw low living in Corona Del Mar, Calif., brought his total win- nings to in the series o< matetes hat began on Jan. 2. than the steers he throws ground when competing. Shaiv takes Eatmii honors Palmer misses again Minnesota Attendance FRIENDLY OPPONENT Miss Magnussen even had her opposition enthralled. "I just love Karen's skating." said Miss Lvnn, a 17-year-old skater from Rockford, 111., who had taken the title over Miss Magnussen in the last North American championship two years ago. "She does even better under and T knew she would skate well." Beyond the world NEW YORK S VANCOUVER First Period 1. Vancouver, Popiel 1 (Tarllon, Boudrais) York, Baion 31 (Selling, Tkaciuk) 7-18- 3 New York, Fairbairn 4 (Balon, Tkaczuk) 4. Vancouver, Pals- ment 12 Boudrais) Pen- alties Ouinn Gilbert Hor- ton Nevin second Period 5. New York, Balon 32 (Park, Horlon) 4. Van- couver, Corrigan 12 (Taylor, Hall) 19-01 Penalties Taylor Maki. minor, misconducl Third Period 7. NEW York, Far ba (Tkaczuk, Horton) York. Gilbert 21 (Hadfield, Hor- ton) Vancouver, Taylor 1 (Hall, Corriganl Penalty-Selling Shots on goal by New York Vancouver AMendance iree-sKauiig in me ueyona me uos ANGELES MONTREAL 2 European championships Satiir- ships Feb. 2.1-23 at Lyon, day at Zurich. Switzerland 'France, Mi's Magnussen has .csi; 2. LOS Annseics. VMVM- the defending world cham-[ omy one other major goal. pion won the European! "j want in win the title at the r.o'ks, widing 17 (Curtis) title on the strength of her j ,972 Olympics. Beyond that, I! Rki'STio niarks in compulsory figures i haven't made up my mind.'' l veaV 7: a, Harper i nf _____ serond Per.od, lar- which count for M per cent of the total marks. FnRr) T0 pjoin' 'SEATTLE AI ahrl Ihc free-skating perform-! of Edmonton wll anri tne iraxsKaung pcui'im- I.M.M. ancc Salurdav which earned the I Bramvilla of Angeles in a North V a n i- o u v e r skater a i lightweight bout, in Kcattl" ch. slamluic ovation from the crowd JW, promoter oi more than 1 Saturday, reriod 6. Monlral, Tar- 13 (Shtehan, RoMrto) BacksKom 3 (Byt-i irllng'. Penalties C u r I I i Harper Third Period a. Mr.nlrMi, Fer'ju- on 9 Umair'O 9 I. rA lf, .MI i 11 T BnlivM1, Lucchcsi Lw AnaelK _ Romaiicliuk, Peterseii top bowlers Darwin Romanchuk and B rend a Petersen paved the 1 way as they topped the list of winners in the Pepsi-Cola High School Roll-offs held at the Capri Bow! over the weekend. The top seven in the boys section and the lop eight in the girls will form teams which will travel to Pincher Creek 1 February 21st lo the zone fin- i als. If they succeed there the next stop is Grande Prairie for i the provincial championships. Romanchuk picked off a total of 1.388 pins to win the boys roll-oft. His nearest rival was Barrel Alglcr with with Terry Pocza following close be- j hind at 1.S26. l In rounding out the team i Randy Sillito notched Bernic Polil notched Bol j Tornordi and Baden Pill I ing 1.200. Dave Barton is th( i alternate as he scored i In the girls section. Petersen hit for while Linda Ma' colmson and Karen Bergman tied for second with 1.258. The other spots on tiie team were taken by Debbie Calhoun Laurie Sinccd Marie Ixxik 1.1.15, Hail Ilcadbcrg mid Linda Christie with 1.137. Caroline 1'as.iey picked up the alternate spot with HONOLULU (AP) Arnold Palmer's head was up and the mobile face flashed the famous grin but there were tight, weary lines of bitter frustration around the eyes. "I have no confidence in my short the aging idol said. "I guess I'm scared of the short putts." Palmer again failed to get it going in the final round of the Hawaiian Open gnu tournament Sunday and finished four strokes back of winner He was tied for first with Shaw and Dewitt Weaver going into the final round. Shaw, who won the Bing Crosby just three weeks ago, rallied with birdies on two of the last three holes for a three- under-par 69 and a 273 total, 15 under par. BOOSTS EARNINGS The victory, worth pushed his earnings for the year to about Miller Barber, winner at Phoenix about two weeks ago, closed with a rush, taking bird- ies on die final two holes for a 68 and 274, good for second place and Weaver, still seeking his firs victory in five years on the pr tour, slipped to third when he missed the green on the 17th He had a 71 for 275 and Palma' took a 73 for 277 and was tied for fourth at that fig- ure with Lee Trevino and rookie Hubert Green. Jack Nicklaus and Billy Cas- per never were in it. Casper had a 71 for 284 and Nicklaus took a 73 for 287. Minor hockey roundup SIMPSONS GEARS Solves Hot Water Problems The Flyers came back with] wo goals in the third period and managed to tie the Vikings 2-2 in Pee Wee action over the veckcnd. Duane Pyticia and Monty Mitchell both blasted in first period markers for the Vikings DUt watched Glen Leffmgwell Wcs Findlay match their out-put. Rod Ross led the Blues to a 5-4 squeekcr over the Bears as he potted in two goals. Ted Slussar. Kevin Hunt and Mike Colak chipped in with a goal each. For the Bears Mickie man- aged two while Terry Bailey and Don Coutts added single- The Canucks came back a 2-1 deficit after the second period and dropped the Totems Thomas, Grant Weinf and Chuck llaugliton paced tin Canucks with a goal each Livic Pavan and Thco DeGroo replied for the Totems. In Bantam "B" action th Rangers and the Nuggets ptoj H lo a 22 draw after Ihrc Layden and Greg Ba- ino rapped in a goal apiece or the Rangers while Duane slammed in both Ihe Juggets' markers. Bill Ross picked up a hat- trick leading the Mustangs to a 74 victory over the Eagles. Andrew Hunt also had a fine day as he aided the Mustangs with two goals while Robbie Hawkins and Reno Trentini added a goal each. For the Eagles John Weseles- ki had a three goal outing and Barrel Laidlaw one. The Monarchs doubled the score on the Bruins as they picked up a 4-2 victory. Bruce Twa lopped the Mon- archs scorers with two g o a i s wlu'le Harvey Pocza and David Flak added singletons. Brian Wright and Danny Riedlehuber tallied for the Bru- ins. Brian Malarko rammed three goals as he led the HOT nets to a 7-0 romping over tht Ramblers. Robbie Mchim, Alan Boras Brian Thorlacius and John No vak rounded out the scorin II. was Ihe seventh shutou for Darwyn Kropinak this sea- son, in Pee Wee action the Pen- guins skated to a fr-2 victory ver the Bisons. Six Penguins featured in the scoring as Jim Severtson, Dar- ryl Harvie, Myles TJlly, Dave icLennan, Darren Mills and Mark Ully banged in a goal each. Brent Anderson and Scott Sommerfeldt tallied the Bisons markers. The Cougars blasted in two markers in the first and third periods as they cruised to a 4-2 .iclory over the Seals in a Ban- tam "B" contest. Ron Gretzinger, Ed Frache, Brian Van Burren and John Korthius tallied for the Cougars while A. Fox and Vansetter re- plied for the Seals. In Bantam "A" action Ihc Red Wings bombed the Maple Leafs 7-1. Bob Shimon led the Wings with two goals while Tracy Goaler, Dave Bechoklt, Bob Miller, Don McKcnna and Greg Gibson added singletons. Cliff Miyashiro aided on four occasions to move inlo a first place tie in the scoring race. Kolly Vaykovich averted the shutout with a thM period marker. PRICES START AS 10W AS Call 328-9231 For Fast, low Cost Installation ;