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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 11, THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Andreacliuk on ouls with referee Sugar Kings upend Cougars AN EVENING, OF FUN Members of the White Cane Bowling league of Lelhbridge took on their benefactors, trie Norbridje Lions Club, in an evening of fun at Ihe Downtown Bowladrome Thursday, The Lions were blind- folded to even the compelilion and word has it Ihe blind bowlers emerged wild a narrow win in aggregate scor- ing. Shown set la bowl, are left, John Edwards, 1st Vice- President of the Norbridge club and right, Leonard Cham- bers, who runs Ihe CNIB booth at St. Michael's Hospital. His average is about 70 bul he has bowled as high as 86. Red Wings brick in ionrlli Lafleur scores three times By THE CANADIAN PRESS For a rookie who was sup- posed to have difficulty adjust- ing to National Hockey League competition. Guy Lafleur is hav- ing little trouble. W hen Montreal Canadiens made Lafleur the first choice in lasl summer's junior draft, in the second period and Tardif some skeptics doubted whether his ability to score 130 goals in his last season in the Quebec Junior Hockey League would mean much when he went up against NHL defences and goalies. Lafleur faced the NHL's top defence Thursday night and scored three goals and assisted on another to lead the Cana- diens in a 7-1 victory over Chi- cago Black Hawks. In other games, Boston Bruins whipped Vancouver Canucks 9- 1, Detroit Red Wings downed Buffalo Sabres 4-2, Pittsbureh Penguins beat Lns Angeles Kings G-l and Minnesota North Stars defeated St. Louis Blues 3-1. It was the (hird three-goal game of the season for Lafleur despite the fact he was up againsl the Hawk defence which has allowed the fewest goals against any club in the league. The Montreal right winger drew an assist on Frank Mahov- lich's 28th goal of the senson and the Big M also supplied four assists as the Canadiens moved to within five points of second-place New York Hangers in the East Division. Chicago outshot the Canadiens 40-30 but goalie Ken Uryden frustrated 'the Hawks just as he did in the Stanley Cup final roimd last year. Gary Smith was in the Chicago goal. The fans at Montreal saw defenceman Serge Savard back on home ice for the first lime in more lhan a year. He, cago defenceman Keith Magnu- son was another casualty as he had been sidelined since Jan. 30, 1971, with a fractured ankle and he marked his comeback with assists on two of Lafleur's goals. Montreal's Marc Tardif and Chicago's Doug Jarrelt collided went to hospital for x-rays oi his bruised back but Jarrett re- turned to the ice soon after. Chi- retired from the game alter reinsuring his left wrist in the first period. While the Hawks fell for their second loss in a row, the North Stars picked up their second win since their 5-0 loss at Chi- cago last Sunday and pulled back to within 10 points of Ihe West Division leaders. Veteran Gump Worsley kicked out 34 shots to hack the North Stars against a Blues squad that had the encourage- ment of home fans. Right winger Lou Nanne scored in the first period and set up another goal by Murray Oliver late in the game to lead the Minnesota attack against St. Louis goalie Jacques Caron, who made only 22 saves. CALG ARV (Special) trc, earned five points in with Doug and Tom Two laic third period goals games but runner-up of Red Deer. powered Lethbridge Sugar Witlfhen of lied Deer Lewis of Red Deer Kings to a 5-3 win over league- managed seven, also in into third place with BO leading Calgary Mount Royal one more than Mark Cougars in the Alberta Junior Olmslcad has 67 points on of the Canucks. fjockey League Thursday assists while the second week in a row, night. tchen has 04 on 31 goals and Wecker of Drumheller Terry Taraow scored the the league's leading winner at of the third pe- Olmstead shares the lead with 37 In 37 games riod and Dave George an insurance marker with a __- second left in the game. '___.-.- 1 n The lead changed four limes 1 PI S. 1 during the game and John _1_J 14. J-V Younfi opened the scorins for the Cougars midway in the first. The Kings replied with second-period goals from Ken Dodd and Randy Midway in the third Milk River Comets Winston Churchill Bull- the Cougars retook the lead Stirling Lakers could will travel to Vauxhall for power-play goals by be staging one of the game with the Vildngs. and Tom Ball. Southwest Boy's Butte Sugar Kings coach John Chapman, had Conference games also take on W. R. Myers ed his learn into a bench Friday in Taber. nor just prior to Ball's Comets and Lakers cur- In Southwest Girl's and while the team was share first place in ball Conference action, ready a man short. Chris standings with 8-1 rcc- Winston Churchill Griffins Masters tied it for the and one of the teams will host Vauxhall V-Queens and Tarnow and George over sole possession after j St. Mary's Auroras of ped it meet in Stirling tonight. 1 play in Milk River and Goalie Phil Wandler other league games the 1 Picture Bulte Sugar Queens aside 31 attempts while place Coaldale Kate Taber Dawns. Graham stopped 22 in the Gaels will visit the in Southern Alber- gars' Fort Macleod "A" Boy's Basketball play The Sugar Kings took six members will see action of 12 penalties including three misconducts and a game at L.C.I. Rams host the Medicine Hat Mohawks while Andreacliuk was given Raymond Comets tangle misconduct's and a game more the Zeniths in Magrath. conduct in the third Comets Zeniths should after talking back to the YORK (AP) a dandy affair with both eree following a hooking the former evenly matched. alty. Doss Smith received champion of one other league contest misconduct in the second and bruising Oscar undefeated Catholic Central riod after arguing with the of Argentina will meet to- j Cougars will entertain the eree following a in the first big fight of the Eton at Madison Square Cougars have yet to be Meanwhile Dennis in eight league games. of the Canucks had bis lead are hoping that the All three games are slated the league scoring race cut 10-rounder will be a 9 p.m. with preliminary two points last step toward a shot at encounters set for Olmstead, a 17-year-old champion Joe made the biggest gain. Tic now ranks fifth mill 57 points and has collected 15 points in his last five games. Graham Parsons ol Red Deer continues to lead the goal-tend- ers with a 3 10 average. Frank Eppick of the Canucks Is tho shutout leader with two. Don Dirk of Drumheller la the most penalized player with 158 Red Deer is tho mosl penalized team with 691 minutes, seven ahead of the Sugar Kings, who have played three fewer games. Meanwhile in Edmonton the Movers sewed five goals In the last period to overwhelm Drum- heller Falcons 6-1 Thursday night. SCORING LEADERS Dennis Terry Willchen d, RD Dale RD Mork Lomendd, Cal. Ryan WecKtr, Darryl Wai lib, RD Rick MR. Ken DocJd, Ulh. Dale Cal. Doug Lindikcg, RD 30 3" JO 15 35 50 Archery clinic for Bow Island Three University of Leth- bridge physical education stu- dents mil stage an archery clinic in the Legion HaU at Bow Island Saturday. The one day clinic will fea- ture lectures on care and main- tenance of archery equipment, parts of the equipment and in- structions in shooting Instructions in actual shoot- ing will be done by nationally- known archer Marie Popson of Lethbridge. The clinic Is open for anyone 10 years of age and over and equipment will be supplied. Registration for the one-day event will run from a.m. until a.m. Summaries MINNESOTA 9 ST. LOUIS 1 Firsl Period I, Minnesota, Nanne IB (Matins, Oliver) Pcnallies Murphy Dupont Second Period 2. Minnesota, Drr> uin 9 (Goldswodhy) Penalties- Reid Roberto Third Period 3- St. Louis, SI. Mar- seille U (Crisp) 4. Minnesota, Oliver 2Z (Nanne, Harris) Pen- allles Murphy, O'Brien Shots on goal by Minnesota 17 5 St. Louii 10 13 Allendanca PITTSBURGH i LOS ANGELES 1 Firsr Period 1. Piltsburgh, Edes- trand 6 (Hexlall) 2. Cardwell 2 (Schock, Watson) 3. Pillsburgh, Schock 7 [HarbaruK, Card- well] Penalties Pulford Hexlall Second Period 4. Plllsburgh, Polls 19 (Rupp) 5. PiHsburgh, Schock 6 [Harbaruk, Watson) Penalties Apps double minor Bnrria Third Period 6. Pittsburgh, Hex- Tall 16, 7. Los Angeles- Corrlgan 11 (Goring, Berry) Penalty Polls Shots on goal by Los Angelei I 7 Pillsburgti .....13 14 Alfendance 6.610. BOSTON 9 VANCOUVER 1 First Period 1. Boston, Cashman 14 (Ore, Walton) 2. Boston, Walion IB (Esposito, Orr) Pen- ally Schmaurz Second Period 3. Vancouver, Pal- ement 2, !.4i; J Boston, Sanderson 15 (WoslFrtll, R. S.-nlrh) 5. Boston, Orr 24 (Leach, Marcolle) 6. Boston, Slanlield 15 (Bucyk) Br05. Pen- allies Orr Boddy Paie- menl Third Period 7. Boslon, Esposito AS (Green, Walton) 8. Boslon, West'all 15 (Orr, Sanderson) t. Boblon, SlanField Ifi (Bucyk, Green) B.52; 10. Boslon, Marcotle 5 (Sander- son, Wpslfain ii- Shots on goal by Vancouver n 8 Boslon........... 12 11 Attendance MONTREAL 7 CHICAGO 1 First Period 1. Montreal, Lalleur 19 (F. Mahovllch, Savflrd) 2. Montreal, Pleau 2 (Cournoyer) 3. Montreal, Latleur 29 IF. Mahovlich) Penalties None. Second Period 2. Montreal, F. Ma- hovolich 28 (Lafleur, P. Mahovlich) Ponallles Lapoinle, Cournoyer Third Period 5. Montreal, Lsfleur 21 (F. Mahovllch) 6. Chicago, Ko- roll 15 (D. Hull, White) 7. Men- Ireal, P. Mahovlich 20 (F. Mahovllch, Tremblay) fi. Montreal, Cour- noyer 2S (P. Pleau) Penolry Bouchard Shols on goal by Chicago 11 16 12-40 Monlreel ,11 7 Allendanca DETROIT BUFFALO 1 First Period 1. Buffalo, Lorenli 5 (Mc-chon', Hamilton) 2. Buffalo, Shack 10 (Meohan, Hamilton) Penallios Robilaille Bergman Evans flyers Second Period 3. Delroll, Beren- son 20 (Harris, Slackhouse) i. Detroit, Redmond 33 (Brown) 5. DelroTf, Dionne 16 Johnslon) Penalties Hamilton Har- ris Third Period 6. Detroit, John- slon 4 (Libett, Collins) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Buffalo........... 6 5 Delroir 10 14 Allendance Ncilirr Sons play twice Hockey playoffs set Lelhbridge Minor Hockey {earns hit the playoff trail this weekend while Lelhbridge Alh- lelic Association clubs prepare for upcoming playoff action. Three clubs from the LMHA will see action between tonight and Monday in the firsl games of home and away, tolnl-point series. Meanwhile. Ix-lhbridgc Y's Men's Nalivc Sons uill eler- tain Cnlpary Tom's House of Pizza in a Saturday Sunday exhibition Iwinbill. Moore's Im- perials of the LAA wiJI be in Vulcan Saturday for the first game of a two-game, total-point series with Vulcan Bajitam C's. Tonight in Vulcan the Pec Wee Marlands meet the host Vulcan Pec Wee squad in the firsl game of their playoff. The game .tonight is set for with the second game set WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Have it replaced now by experts at Lethbridge Sash Door! FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OF YOUR CARI LETHBRIDGE ani -Jif--- Corner 5lh Ave., 4lh St. S. Phone 327-1581 At last we're first. JP6S Crovn for Uie Ciric Ice Centre next Friday at 9 p.m. Saturday, at Adams Ice Cen- tre at the Lelhbridge Pee Wee Kings will play host to Okotoks in the first game of the series. The dale and lime of the return game has not been sel. On Monday the Midget Colts will be in Fort Macleod for an fl p.m. game with the Maclood Midgels. The Colts mil then host Macleod sonic two weeks lalcr, Saturday, Feb. 20 at I Adams Ice Centre al I Following their playoff with I Vulcan, should they advance, Ihn Imperials then meet j the winner of the Bcllevue- Lelhbridge Labor Club Bees in the next slep on the playoff trail. For the N.itive .Sons the week- end pair the Calgarians are simply a tune-np for pro- vincial playoffs which slavt in Txithhridge. March -I againsl Vulcan Centennials. Tliis Lclh- bridge Vulcan scries will he a besl-of-five affair wilh flic afhancing apainsl the winner of tho Calgai-y .Tumor "R" lyeagnp. The I'izzas currently hold down top spot in the Calgary and flw Sons will have their hand s full with their guests this weekend.. The Sons will rely heavily on the scoring of forwards Fred Iloffarlh, Marly MaxB'oll and Miles Shaw as well as Uic de- fensive play of Ken KUnkhain- mm- Biid Torn Kvcdw, 1966 Corona In 1971 Toyota became Canada's top selling small car. Getting there wasn't easy. We discovered that back in 1965, when we brought our first Toyotas to Canada. We started learning what Canadians wanted in a small car. Since then, the Toyota story has been one of consistent improvement and success. Take a look back over the years. From the first Crowns, Coronas and Corollas to the newest Celicas. Every Toyota now has better looks, more horsepower and more extras that are standard equipment. We don't believe that staying the same for twenty years is a virtue. And we don't believe in adding the superfluous just for the sake of change. 1972 Comna Toyotas now have such things as front disc brakes. Overhead cam engines, The only standard cross- flow engine in the industryt Unit body construction. 1971 Cmlla Rear window defrosters and a long list of other improve- ments and features which are usually extra cost extras" on other cars7 Of course, improving 1972 Cnmt our cars isn't all we learned. We've kept our dealer network and parts and service organization growing at the same pace as our sales. Con- sistent improvement, constant development. It's the kind of thinking which has made us what we are in Canada today. First. J967 Conila 1971 Ctfta ST TOYOTA We make the extra ordinary. ;