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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Ftbriwry 12, 1975 Games schedule THURSDAY 11 o.m.-9 and 55 SESSION B BEGINS SESSION C BEGINS 7-11 parallel 7-1 i balance horizontal floor of team awards and all-round Ftnclng 8 8 Badminton 8 of teams In 1 of teams in Synchronized Swimming Skiing 10 slalom-Run slalom-Run 1 slalom-Run slalom-Run 11 10 km SpMdtkiting 9 100 500 800. 3 100 Curling Women 9 vs Curling 9 vs Curling 9 vs Curling 9 vs Curling 9 vs Curling 9 vs Curling Men 9 vs 9 vs 9 vs g vs 9 vs 9 Women vs Curling vs Curling vs Curling vs Curling vs Curling vs Curling Men vs vs vs vs vs vs Men 8 vs Curling 8 vs Curling 8 vs Curling 8 vs Curling Women 8 p.m.-P.EJ. vs N.W.T.-Lethbridge Curling Club-35 8 vs Curling 8 vs g vs Men 8 vs Women' 6 vs 8 vs Men 8 Men 2 p.m, 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m, 9 p.m. 9 p.m. Women 2 p.m. 2 p.m.. 7 p.m.. 7 p.m.' 9 p.m. 9 p.m.- Baskelball vs vs vs .-U of L-Yukon vs N.B.-41 vs of vs vs vs vs vs vs y3 JOHN GOULD NEVER STOPS WORKING Capitals stormed back for 7-4 win Rangers stood still at 4-1 The Canadian Press Tuesday was a big day for Washington Capitals. First they fired coach Jim Anderson and replaced him with Red Sullivan. Then they went out and won their fifth game of the season by coming from behind a 4-1 deficit to de- feat New York Rangers 7-4 in one of four National Hockey League games. In other action, New York Islanders edged Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1, St. Louis Blues upset Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 and Vancouver Canucks shut out Kansas City Scouts 4-0. Sullivan, 45, Who once coached the Rangers and the Penguins, said his immediate goal for the Caps' remaining games is to gain enough points to avoid breaking the NHL record for the fewest number earned in a by New York Islanders in 1972-73. The Capitals, who joined the NHL along with the Scouts this season, now have five wins, 45 losses and five ties for 15 points and are at the bottom of the five-team Norris Division. "We have to make up 19 or 20 Sullivan said. "I think we can do it. "I'm not saying I'm going to turn the team around over- night. "I want and I will get re- spect, hard work and checking. In order to win in the NHL, you need to check hard and continue to check hard." Sullivan's coaching debut before fans was delayed for two hours due to problems with the ice which had been painted for an ice show at the Capital Centre. "The delay did not seem to affect the Rangers as they moved into a 4-1 lead by the midway mark of the second period. But Steve Atkinson NHL summaries WASHINGTON 7 RANGERS 4 First period: 1. NV Rangers, Sanderson 18 (Fairbalrn, Polls) 2. Washington, Williams 14 (BrooKs, Bailey) 3. NY Rangers, Fair- bairn 18 (Ratelle. Vickers) Penalties Bednarski Mikkelson Marotte Rolfe R Second period: 4. NY 'Rangers, Polls 14 (Falrbairn, Sanderson) 5. NY Rangers, Sanderson 19 (Fair- bairn, Polls) 6. Washington, Atkinson 9 (Bloom) 7: Washington, Williams 15 (Brooks, Bailey) Penalties Lesuk Lalonde Ratelle Labre Third period: 8. Washington, Brooks 1 (Labre, Bailey) 9. Washington, Marson 13 (Labre) 10. Washington, Bloom 7 (White, Marson) 11. Washington, Atkinson 10 (Marson) THE SEAT THAT HEATS! 49 Thermo Cushions Offer Expires Midnight Feb. 21st. ENJOY THE CANADA WINTER GAMES WITH A SELF-WARMING THERMO-CUSHION FROM GULF Nothing to plug in Warm and comfortable For driving, camping and hunting Outdoor spectator sports Available for 149at Penalties Sanderson Bloom Shots on goal by NY Rangers 5 12 Washington 12 11 Attendance 10.104. VANCOUVER 4 KANSAS CITY 0 First period: 1. Vancouver Boudrias 10 (Gould, Bordeleau) Penalties Paiement Robitallle Nolet Second period: No scoring. .Penalties O'Flaherty McElmury O'Flaherty Patterson Grisale Third period: 2. Vancouver, Rochefort 11 3. Vancouver. .Monahan 11 (Robitaille, Lalonde) 4. Vancouver. Gould 22 (Bordeleau) Penalties Paie- ment Lalonde Shots on goal by Kansas'Clty 9 10 Vancouver 19 16 Attendance ST. LOUIS 3 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period: 1. St. Louis, Berenson 8 (Linger, Lefley) 2. Philadelphia. Barber 21 (Leach) Penalties Mcllhargey Lefley Second Period: 3. St. Louis, Collins 13 (Gassoff, Sacharuk) 4. St. Louis, Plante 22 Thomson) Penalties Lonsberry, Gassoff (majors) Kindrachuk, Merrick (majors) Third Period: No scoring. Penalty Jim Watson Shots on goal by Philadelphia 9 10 St. Louis 12 9 Attendance ISLANDERS 2 PITTSBURGH 1 First period: 1. NY Gillies 14 (Harris, J. Potvin) Penalties Drouin MacDonald Stewart Faubert Second period: 2. Pittsburgh, MacDonald 19 (Apps) Penalties Kelly Schock Drouin Third period: 3. NY Islanders, Drouin 8 (Harris, D. Potvin) Penalties Stackhouse Hart D. Potvin, Kelly (minors, ma- jors) Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 6 6 NY Islanders 13 12 Attendance and Tom Williams scored before the period ended to cut New York's margin to a goal and the Capitals scored four goals on only seven shots in the final 20 minutes. Gordie Brooks tied the score with his first goal of the year with minutes gone in the final period and rookie Mike Marson got what proved to be the winning goal at The win was the first for Washington since they defeated Detroit Red Wings 6- 3 Jan. 26 and avenged a 7-3 loss to the Rangers Sunday night in New York. Jude Drouin scored at of the third period to give the Islanders their win over the Penguins. Drouin faked around a Pitts- burgh defenceman at the faceoff circle, swept in on goalie Gary Inness and scored his eighth goal of the year to end the Penguins' four-game road unbeaten string. Clark Gillies scored the other New York goal with Lowell MacDonald replying for the Penguins. Bill Collins and Pierre Plante scored in the second period to help the Blues send the Flyers to their third straight loss. The Flyers were playing without the services of Dave Schultz, who was suspended for a game by league presi- dent Clarence Campbell for a game misconduct penalty he received Saturday in the Flyers' 5-0 loss to Minnesota North Stars. At Vancouver, Gary Smith blocked 30 shots to record his sixth shutout of the year. Coaches to return CALGARY Stampeders of the Western Football Conference announc- ed Tuesday the re appoint- ment of all its coaching staff for the 1975 football season. They included head coach Jim Wood, defensive coach Dick Monroe, offensive coach Bob Baker and line coach Joe Tiller. Hunsperger claimed by Argos' Barrow TORONTO (CP) Court proceedings against Garrett Hunsperger in Vancouver may result in his deportation from Canada, but until that time comes he's a member of Toronto Argonauts. Hunsperger and a British Columbia Lions team-mate, Frank Magrum, were ordered recently to pay aggravated and exemplary damages of as the result of an inci- dent at two hotels last April and May in which diners and staff were beaten. Argo general manager John Barrow heard while on a trip to the United States that both players had been placed on waivers by the Lions and immediately put in a claim for Hunsperger. He explained later that his interests were with the future of the player as well as those of the Eastern Football Conference team and that he may have made a mistake two years ago for not claiming running back Mack Herron who was waived through the league after being charged with a drug offence. Herron went on to become one of the most exciting players in the NFL with New England Patriots. Barrow said he got the full details and the severity of the case after talking with B. C. president W. P. Munsie but still figured the calculated risk of claiming Hunsperger was worth the money. "1 felt we should at least hear out Hunsperger. If it was decided he was the type of player we like and he can stay in the country, then he'll play for Barrow said. "We're going to give him that opportunity regardless of what is said or written." Barrow was alluding to media reports, since it was announced Argos had claimed the 255-pound defensive tackle, that the team would be better rid of the player. The GM, however, said he wasn't about to make the same mistake he did two years ago by not putting in a claim for Herron. "I visited him (Herron) last fall in New England and he's a changed man." New head coach Russ Jack- son was of the same feeling that, pending the outcome of criminal charges being heard in provincial court in Campbell River, B. C., on Feb. 26, "so far as we're concerned he's on our roster." If convicted in provincial court, Hunsperger, an Ameri- can, could be deported. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon...29 14 8 266 Lethbridge ..22 23 4 218 Regina......22 28 3 196 Brandon.....20 27 7 211 FHnFlon.....14 29 7 184 Winnipeg ....13 34 8 192 Western Division Victoria .....37 14 4 327 MedHat.....32 14 3 273 ...29 18 4 243 ...24 18 10 234 ...24 19 6 239 .....G 37 8 185 Game Tonight Lethbridge at Kamloops Kamloops New West Edmonton Caigary A Pt> 187 66 223 48 214 47 248 47 281 35 310 34 200 78 180 67 204 62 208 58 210 54 304 26 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F Quebec 34 18 Toronto 30 22 Edmonton 25 20 Vancouver. 25 23 Winnipeg Ea N. England Cleveland Chicago 21 25 0 217 2 231 2 172 2 156 2 item Division ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pis Spruce Grove35 15 0 306 200 70 Drumheller ..33 13 0 256 191 66 Calgary .....27 19 0 280 225 54 Red Deer....23 25 1 215 240 47 Taber.......22 27 0 284 266 44 Pass 2 43 1 138 357 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Pis. Philadelphia 33 14 7 184 120 73 Rangers___28 18 10 228 188 66 Islanders 23 18 14 182 148 60 Atlanta.....23 21 11 155 156 57 Smythe Division Vancouver.. 28 21 5 183 163 61 Chicago.....25 24 6 171 157 56 St. Louis 21 23 10 175 188 52 Minnesota 15 32 6 144 222 36 Kansas City 12 36 7 132 231 31 Norris Division Montreal 32 9 14 259 155 78 Los'Angeles 30 11 13 183 119 73 Pittsburgh 23 20 11 215 197 57 Detroit 14.30 10 164 223 38 Washington.. 5 45 5 120 286 15 Adams Division Buffalo.....34 11 9 237 164 77 Boston.....30 14 11 251 162 71 Toronto 20 27 8-183 214 48 California... 13 35 9 148 221 35 28 21 2 172 23 28 2 149 19 33 1 177 Indianapolis 11 38 3 120 Western Division Houston 35 18 0 243 28 21 27 22 26 21 14 36 Phoenix Minnesota San Diego Baltimore. 6 201 2 203 2 185 3 125 A Pts. 173 68 203 62- 159 52 159 52 172 44 181 58 167 48 210 39 211 25 166 70 176 62 170 55 172 54 216 31 Gulf Service 3316-1 st Avenue South I Pick up your Thermo Cushion for 1.29 with every gasoline purchase. CANADA WINTER GAMES SPECIAL COCA COLA 6 1 V quarts I At Participating Dtaltra CoccColiiibottltdby Purity Bottling (1967) Ltd. 328-8891 NHL LEADERS G A PIS Esposito.Bos...........52 53 105 Orr, Bos ...............33 65 98 Latleur, Mil.............44 51 95 Mahovlich, Mil..........27 54 81 Dlonne, Del ............3049 79 Hubert, Buf ............29 44 73 Gilbert, NY R..........3040 70 Clarke, Pha ............14 53 67 Hatelle, NY R..........24'42 66 Perreault, Buf..........27 37 64 Bucyk, Bos.............24 40 64 BASKETBALL Carudi West University W L Pet GBL B.C..............15 1 .937 _ Sask............13 3 .812 2 Victoria .........13 5 .722 3 Alberta.......... 7 11 .388 9 3 17 .160 14 Calgary 1 15 .060 15 regular season schedule. WHA LEADERS S A Pts Hull, Wpg...............47 39 86 S. Bernier, Que ..........40 43 83 Laoroix. SD .............26 57 83 Lund, Hou..............25 47 72 Nilsson, Wpg............16 Walton, Mln.............32 31 63 Q. Howe, Hou............24 39 63 Dillon, Tor ..............19 42 61 Rivers, SD ..............36 24 60 Hinse, Hou..............29 31 60 National Vancouver 4 Kansas City 0 Washington 7 NY Rangers 4 NY Islanders 2 Pittsburgh 1 SI. Louis 3 Philadelphia 1 World San Diego 9 Quebec 2 Toronto 4 Edmonton 3 Houston 5 Baltimore 2 American New Haven 6 Nova Scotia 3 Central Oklahoma City 4 Seattle 4 Western Canada Victoria 9 Kamloops 2 Edmonton 5 Brandon 1 Flin Flon 6 Calgary 5 Saskatchewan Junior Regina Blues 6 Regina Foxes 2 Saskatoon 8 Swift Current 4 Moose Jaw 5 Notre Dame 3 Yorkton 4 Humboldt 3 Prince Albert 11 North Battleford 4 B.C. Junior Penticton 9 Kelowna 3 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Cleveland 100 New Orleans 86 Buffalo 112 Los Angeles 106 Houston 112 Golden State 108 Chicago 101 New York 84 O.C. SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division II! 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