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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Esposilu still leads CAPP Park, Lafleur impress with weekend outings MONTHHAI- tU1' NeilhiT. Hul iirc making iniprcs- defenceinan Brad IVirk of New sions on opposition goallcnders York Rancors nor ruukie rifilil Park last week became the winger Guy Laflrur of Montreal j first dcfenccmnn in at least :IC years to register two Ihrce-goal games in a single season, while Lafleur established a modern- era record of his own hy count- Vcnnadicns is essirm centre 'Phil Esposilo of lioslcn Bruins in the National Hockey League's individual scoring race. TREND OF THE TIMES? Th s molec durinq Noilli Corolina Slale-Morylond ttame in January i-: one of the many Ibis season Ihnl givei ihe chills to coaches. Identi- fiable in are Rkk Holdr holding Rick Faroe's 'eg. John Wooden, the coach nl ill" irp leam, UCLA, says Ihp. c spillover from the tense, modern world. (AP Wirepholo) honors at Capri Bowl arc shnrcd, as for as Ilic pals are concerned, by Isabella Bergnuin and Jean Passey il vns im- Iiossible to sclecl. only one [sabclle. bowling in Green's Shoes, Lurncd in a scnsalional effort with 216, 347 anil llien 35C for a triple Jean, meanlimc, came up vith her third, that's right, her third 400 game ol the season with a 410 in Marlinizing she opened with a spare and then clicked for nine straight strikes and a spare her brilliant effort gave her a 927 triple The male bowlcr-of-lhe-week is 11-year-old Harvie Pocia bowling in the bantam boys' singles championship in the YBC south i-olloffs he reeled off 24G, 278 and 30G lor a sparkling 830 triple rembembcr lie's U years old with what should he a great fuluie. Coaches concerned on the courts NEW mi'wary of heating the crowd's collect! basketball courts this 1 emotions, reason i? causing concern And Jim Padgett of California among I leaches his kirls to be doves, not Minnesota's Bill Musjelman is j hawks, "afraid to rneezc." j "My life has been disjointed Tennessee's Ray Mears Is and severely interfered with by vicious mail I'm heart- Puckers picked tlirir ninth shutout of the up Coaldalc they edged LeUibndge Gaol 3-2 in a cleanly-played contest. Carrie Banack. Tracy How tiroomball League! and Dale Wilson flipped in a goal apiece for Elricb Kimura while Bill Daike and Bravo Rock replied for i.he Gaol. inn as I he; in Cily fiction Suml.'iy. John pas outstand- ing for the Packers tlamming in three consecutive goals and Bsstsrjng on the other notched i by Gunner Crawford. Meanwhile the league load- Ing IVellcriidi maintained their three-point lead over the Pack- eirs in the team Brandings by dropping Kuight Clubbers 3-0. Gus Fomradas, the league's scoring leader increased his goal production to 35 tallying twice for Welterlich. Frank Popscn chipped in with singleton. In other games staged Sun- day George Siirnalz racked up two markers to lead Lethbridge Hotel to a 2-0 victory over Fi- NBA re-aligns league set up NEW YORK 'Hie board of governors of the Na- tional Basketball Association voted Monday to realign the (league's Phoenix and Houston franchises in the Western Con- ference for the season and also changed the format for qualifying for post-season play- offs. By a majority votp. the govrr-! orino Hovers while Willie j DOTS decided at Iheir annual! Krampl and .liiry Hasil scored meeting to move the a goal each in pace K. Mason-- Phoenix franchise from the Mid- ary to a 2-0 win over Honda I west Division to the Pacific Di- says Musselman, refer- ring lo his team's brawl with Ohio State on Jan. 25. Musselman fears a recurr- ence of the brutal fight that sent Iwo Buckeye players to hospital. Mcars also is walking on egg shells. Ho has eliminated his tradi- tion of wearing an orango blazer at games. His action was I especially pointed toward liio i Tcnnesfce-Vanderbilt affair 1 Fch. 7. he said. CnOWD REACTED It had been traditional for Mcars lo appear at the late stages of ihe preliminary game, wearing his blazer and walking from one end of Ihe court to tho other. His appearance usually coaxed boos from the Yandcr- bill partisans. "Vanderbilt fans have always been good, active said Mears. 'But in the last couple of years there have been too many obscene signs and too many oranges thrown. All coaches and, T think, most fans, are concerned with the things that have happened in basketball across the country and we want lo stop those who are hurting basketball." Padgett says his players arc allowed lo defend themselves from attack, but not retaliate. 'If somebody throws a punch, its comes out and sits next lo me on tho bench, says Padgett. SEASON'S WILDEST Elrich Kimui'a had the Luugii- est time over the weekend as vision, with Houston switching from the Pacific to the Midwest. Show ui. GhOYf yourself. In Ihe Canadian Armed you'll have a real opportunity lor modern inlantry training in a man's nl action among mm. Wc'rn interested in you iinti we look otter you. You'll nxpcnencc and good pay. Vnu n onjoy tho benefits ol .TO cliiys Ic.ivf) each year. As as tho opportunity to sec new Ths MJTrtafy C.TTBW Coun- sellor wiu give you all Ibo lails on the Infantry-ma ko yourmovo. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 72 Noon lo 3 p.m. WnilniMdoy ond Thursday rebruory If) and 17, 1972 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES The Ohio Slate-M'nnesola brawl was Iho wildest durinR a basketball game this season- But there have licen oilier lights. Southern Cal has been in- volved in two, one with Soattlo and another with Providence UCLA and Santa Clara went at it and Marquelte and South Car- olina foufiht on national lelevi- sion. "It mi.alil just be a sign of Iho limes hut the spectator feels hf pays his money and has this tremendous f r c e rl n says Southern Cal roach Bob Boy'd. "I've never seen coaches and players Bet so much personal abuse from Ihe as they have this year. "Fights used to be tu'O-man affairs. You didn't find fnns pouring onto the court. You didn't find them Roinp; aflor players. We're frdlinR a imfa careless with control. You w to an arena uhcrc Ihrre are people and no ushers What rh you I.ioyd bcliovcs I here he stronger officialinc ''lo slop (rouble at the verv ineepliori." In the YBC rolloffs, 28 bowlers from Capn aM eight from Medicine Hat have qualified for the pro- vincial final in Red Deer March Besides Harvie Pocza other leaders were Bev Salmon 228, Rodney Malchow 311 and 696 in the bantams, Brenda Ped- ersen 287 and 806 and Tom Passey 317 and 705 in the junior section and Bev Mezei 285 and 663, Darrell Lagler 350 and 752, Ron Gretzinger 334 and 722 and Randy Sillito 312 and 827 in the senior division. New league highs for the week included Jean Passey's 410 and 927 in Marlinizing, Isabelle Berg- man's 919 triple in Green's, Phyl Harrison 352 and 826 in Higa's with four season highs in Major Mixed, Sfevs Pedersen with a ;i98 single and Jean Christie with a 311 as well as a 914 triple by Jack Smeed an 847 triple by his wife Jeanette. Jn (he eight-game JCCA city rolloffs, Mas a Goshinmon paced the women with a pintail of followed by Helen Higa with Aya Nakamura 1.681, Sumi Medonima 1.623 and Carol Fujita Wimp Nakamura led the men with 1.937 with Jiro Miyagawa second at Ryo Nagata Tom Medonima 1.874 and Yutaka Urano 1.860 Aya and Wimp Nakamura took the doubles with for four games while Helen and Jim Higa placed sec- ond Mike Tobo and Tom Medoruma won the men's doubles with 21 pins better than Tak Katakami and Yo Nishimura High singles were turned in hy Tom Mcdomma 351, Wimp Nakamura 347, Ken Ka- mitomo 310 and Jiro Miyagawa 340. What arc the chances of bowling three straight games of identical score? nobody knows, for sure, but Spot Miller tumed the trick in Senior Citizens with 195, three in a row. Once again there were a flock of big outings in league play for the week the spotlight seekers in men's play, among many, were. Alex Kogler with a 340 and 797 in B and E, Steve Morton 329 and 784 in Gordie's, Elroy Tolley 373 and 803 and Bill Koskoski with an 810 triple in Green's, Henry Lewicki with a 344 in AGT, John Erickson with 346 in Civil Service, Bruce Canfield 326, Ken Kurtz 350 and 814 and Ron Grelzinger 338 and 838 in Young Adults, Steve Peder- sen 398 and 814. Gary Tunbridgc 3G7 and 889, Doug Pedersen 356 and 819 and Jack Smeed 330 and 914 in Major Mixed The leading ladies were Phyl Harrison 352 and 826 in Iliga's, Peg Korry 303 in Morning Coffee, Jean Passey 410 and 927 in Mar- linizing and 328 and 789 m Specdys, I3ea Salmon 333 and 778, Marg Smith 359 and 826 and Carolyn Wilde 311 in Isabcllc 356 and 919 in Green's. Mary Mihalik 301 in IJoujTs, Jcanetlc Smecd's 347 Iriplc- and 31 L by .lean Christie in Major Mixed il was a busy, productive week. Perfect rally for two locals XaUian Sdmepp -iml Marvin i en, compiled a perfect record Invin coinbined lo take first place, in I lie roccnl, 1'urkland auto rally. The winners, in ;i READ Orr Karate Studios 6IGC 3rd Avc, S. OFFERS COURSES FOR EVERYONEI For prilerlainmoni, physicnl fitness, buii- muscular co-ordlnniion, prcitign in boll snlf clnfnrun, Classf-s for ifirlivfcJuols, group i, men, women, cllilrlirn CALL USI NOW! Phone 328-1241 and werr tiof n .single penally point. Second place vent tn Harold llubka and liis partner Murray Mimsip DrivuiR .T Tlnl. 'Ilic sec- ond plnee fini.slifrs l.hrce Mike Tyno Jind Bnirr t'hristonsrii finishrd .T rlose third with four They drove a In the Southern Alberta Jlally Club's clinmpionship sUndings Krhoepp lends as Ihe (op over- nil competitor wild -II points aflrr cvenLs. Scott. FOPS lins poinL11; In Hie Ci'ilepory while Dnvid Annnnd is .setting I IKS pace among tliQ with 36 ins his third Ramc of HIP sf-nson. Cralic .lim Tdillierfnnl Fillsburpli I'onRuins was on bolh of three- go ;i 1 a 0-1 Rangers' victory at New York, 12, and last Saturday at Pittsburgh when the Rangers nostril an 83 victory. Park, a 23-year-old Toronto native, currently enjoying his finest season since coming into I he MIL in 1968-69, now has IB goals and 5G New York club records for a defence- man. Park shares 12th place in I he over-all scoring list, LAI'I.EUIl IS FIIIST Lafleur, the No. 1 choice at la.4 .June's draft, counted his third game here last Tlnirsday in Montreal 's 7-1 romp against Chicago Black Ilauks. No first-year player has recorded more than two sur-h panj05 in a reason suite at least Lalleur has counted 22 goals and assisted on 24 more for 4C points. The rookie leads the league in three-goal games with his three, but this is four short of E s p o s i t o 's record seven wliicli he chalked up last sea- son. The efforts of Park and Laf- Ipur brought tltis season's total three-final games to 37, com- pared to 23 one year ago. Esposito picked up six points last week for a total of M to maintain a narrow margin atop the scoring parade over Rangers' Jean Ratelle, whose 91 points broke the New York club record of 88 established by Andy Bathgate in 1958-59. Defenceman Bobby Orr of Boston is third witii 83 points, including a league-leading 58 as- sists, four points ahead of Rod Gilbert and five more than Vic Hadfield, both of New York. "Rookie left winger Richard Martin of Buffalo Sabres scored lus .1RU.1 goal Sunday during a 4-4 lie with Philadelphia Flyers to equal the record established last season by Ms team-mate Gil Perreault, last season's rookie-of-the-year. SCORING LEADERS EsposHo, Bos Ratelle, MY....... Orr, Bos Gilbert, NY....... Hadfield, MY R. Hull, Chi..... r Mahovlk.h, Mil Mnrtin, Bur Redmond, Drf Buf StanlieltJ, Bos Warlin, Chi NY Bucyh, Boi Miklld, Chi Rerenson. Oct Ungcr, D. Hull, Chi....... Tkaczuk, Clarke, Pha 'E MARWEO ME> ME LOOKS ers falter in third period The league-leading Labor Club blasted in three mi- answered goals in the final pe- riod of play to edge Williams Flyers 4-0 in City Recreation Hockey League action Monday night. Meanwliile the University of Lethbridgo Prongliorns potted in five straight goals to drop the Purity move into Bottlers W and three-way lie for Ulln Tor McKenzle, Bos G A Pis Pirn M M 14 46 36 55 i :5 S9 83 69 36 a 79 5B 11 J4 78 106 39 33 J2 18 78 34 M 30 38 73 61 70 Ji 75 57 28 57 37 JJ 18 16 41 57 6 17 36 W tU 16 54 97 71 3! 55 4 71 33 54 32 .77 74 53 13 70 30 50 26 7" 30 50 I 27 22 49 6' IB 31 49 I 17 32 49 35 18 3d 17 31 14 3 FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP TRACTOR TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 lit Avt South Phone or ;