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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Mondiy, Ftbrmry 17, 1975 YISWIDO... rwrw.nl >ll ind llumihlp Compinlti. Wt em lino rtwrvt tor Kcommoddion, U Dtly... Your I.A.T.A. Appointment Agint ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cenlrt Village Mill Phom 3ZI-3201 -The HeraM- Sports Tuesday's schedule Boxing 1 weight 7 weight Hockvy 5 vs 5 vs 6 vs 9 vs 9 vs 9 vs Volleyball Men vs. vs vs vs vs vs Women vs 3 vs 4 vs 2 of vs 3 of vs 4 Of vs vs vs vs of vs p.m.-U of L-Sask. vs P.E.I.-161 p.m.-U of L-N.B. vs N.W.T.-161 Harold Solomon another David? TORONTO (CP) The ex- perts say the tall man has the advantage over a smaller opponent in a tennis match, but a slow court Sunday at the World Championship Tennis tournament became the great equalizer. Towering Stan Smith, six feet, four inches tall, ran into Harold Solomon, at live feet, six inches and only 130 pounds, and finished on the short end of a 6-4, 6-1 decision. Solomon, of Silver Spring, Md., broke Smith's opening service twice, then three more times in the second set as he overwhelmed the former United States Open and Wimbledon champion to take the tournament singles title. "I've lost about seven or eight times to him, but I felt pretty confident Solo- Kreiner wins Alpine event KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Kathy Kreiner, 17, of Tim- mins, Ont., continued to enhance her national reputation, winning the women's Canadian Alpine Downhill Skiing championship Saturday. She beat Toria Moser, 15, of Toronto by more than 2.5 seconds in the one run downhill race at Tod Moun- tain, 30 miles east of here. In international women's competition this season, Kreiner has finished better than 15th on 11! occasions and ranks 14th in women's .World Cup standings with 32 points. Her best finish was a third in the giant slalom at Elm, Switzerland. Ken Read of Calgary, Alta., won the men's downhill cham- pionship, beating Dave Murray, 21, of Abbotsford, B.C., by more than three seconds. He was clocked on police radar at 72 miles an hour on the steepest incline of the two mile men's course. Following the races, the skiers left immediately for Jasper, Alta., where they will compete in the two run slalom Canadian Alpine Championship Monday and the two run Slalom Cham- pionship Tuesday at Marmot Basin. mon said-after gaining in prize money. "The ex- tremely slow court made for extremely good tennis." "Smith isn't serving quite as well... and he's not as fast at the net as he was he said. In doubles competition, Dick Stockton of Dallas, Tex., teamed with Erik Van Dillen of San Mateo, Calif, to'defeat brothers Anand and Vijay Am- ritraj of India 6-4, 7-5, 6-1 and share in prize money. Smith advanced to the final by beating top seed Marty Riessen of Florida 6-2 while Solomon won the other semi-final 6-4, 6-2 over Van Dillen! Dropping his opening ser- vice in the second set, Smith, from Sea Pines, S.C., quickly found himself down 2-0 behind the solid passing shots of his smaller opponent. In the third game, Smith double-faulted to deuce, lost advantage on a net exchange and close line call, then was broken again. He also was broken in the fifth game, Capitals record firSt.shlltOUt before rallying to break r J Solomon's service. But he was broken back in the seventh game for the match. "You have to keep Stan deep because of his said Solomon. "He was not hitting his groundstrokes too well and that worked against him." Two golds for A Iberta Alberta curlers picked up two gold medals Satur- while back row, left to right are David Cruikshank, day. Front row, left to right, are Joan Phillips, Nancy Doug Fowler, Keith Oliver and Brad Dreschler all of Kyle, Kim Sloan and Susan Rutherford all of Calgary Red Deer. Flyers finally defeat Bruins Miyauchi hot Deanna Miyauchi scored six times as Lethbridge Hockey Hound Supremes trimmed Coleman 8-1 in Midget Girls' Hockey League action Satur- day. Pat Branch and Noreen San- ford added singles for the Supremes while Debbie Duncan scored for Coleman. Branch opened the scoring for the Supremes and Miyauchi made it 2-0 before the first period ended. Coleman, with their only goal of the game, closed the gap to 3-1 early in the second period just after Miyauchi scored her second goal to start the middle session. Miyauchi tallied two more times before the period ended. She fired home two more, to go with a single by Sanford. Branch and Dianne Bouton each managed six assists in the game. By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press There were a couple of firsts Sunday in National Hockey League play involving Philadelphia Flyers, the defending Stanley Cup cham- and the expansion Washington Capitals. The Flyers recorded their initial win of the 1974-75 season over the team they defeated for the Stanley Cup last spring as they edged Boston Bruins 4-3. And Washington goaltender Ron Low recorded the Capitals' first-ever shutout in the NHL as the Caps whitewashed Kansas City Scouts 3-0. Meanwhile, Montreal Cana- diens stretched their road un- beaten mark to 18 games with a 6-3 win over the Black Hawks in Chicago while Pitt- sburgh Penguins fan their home-ice undefeated streak to 18 games by edging New York Islanders 3-2. In other games, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs battled to a 5-5 tie, Buf- falo Sabres rallied to tie St. Louis Blues 4-4 and Minnesota North Stars downed California Seals 8-4. Saturday, the Canadiens hu- miliated Chicago 12-3, Atlanta Flames and Vancouver Canucks fought to a 3-3 draw, Pittsburgh dumped .Toronto 8- 3, the Islanders and Flyers skated to a 1-1 standoff, the Rangers bombed Minnesota 9- 2, the Seals blanked the Scouts 3-0, St. Louis smashed the Capitals 7-1 and Los Angeles Kings humbled Detroit Red Wings 8-2. At Philadelphia, goaltender Bernie Parent blocked 25 Bos- ton shots and was tabbed as the main reason for Philadelphia's win. "We have some questions that need noted Boston coach Don Cherry after the Bruins dropped their third consecutive game. "The game today was Par- ent's. That's all I want to say right now." Reggie Leach's 28th goal of the season at of the sec- ond period provided the Flyers with their winning margin. Leach beat goaltender Ken Broderick with a 40-foot blast while the Bruins Andre Savard was off for hooking. At Landover, Md., Low blocked 32 shots to lead the Capitals to their third straight victory on home ice and their firstover the Scouts, who join- ed the league with Washington this year. Sta'n Gflbertson, Mike Marson and Ace Bailey scored for Washington before fans. Yvan Cournoyer, who scored five goals against the Black Hawks Saturday night, gave Montreal a 1-0 lead at of the first period in Chicago. Murray Wilson, replacing the injured Guy Lafleur on a line with Steve Shutt and Peter Mahovlich, scored his 16th and 17th goals of the year and added an assist to pace Montreal's attack. Syl Apps' 21st goal of the season at of the third period proved to be the winner for the Penguins. The Penguins now have k 16-4-8 record on their home ice. Ted Irvine's goal at of the third period gave the Rangers their draw with To- ronto. Other 'giant killers' meet with less success Fulham knocks off powerful Everton LO.NDON (Renter) Fulliaiii brought off the shock result of the English Football Association Cup fifth-round ties Saturday, knocking mighty Everton out 21 on their First Division rival's ground. Fulham is in the lower half of the Second Division and had to play a total of hours of soccer to beat Hull City and Nottingham Forest in earlier rounds of the Cup. But there was no luck about the victory over Everton, who had been Cup favourite. Both Fulham goals came from centre forward Viv Busby, who also scored twice last Monday against Not- tingham Forest. Busby shared the day's indi- vidual honours with Ipswich's Bryan Hamilton, who came on in the 70th minute as a substi- tute against Aston Villa and scored twice to give his club a 3-1 victory. It was Villa's first defeat this year. In winning, Ipswich reached the quarter-finals of the Cup for the first time. Third Division club Peter- borough United still has a chance of reaching the last eight following a 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough of the First Division. Peterborough took the lead in the 15th minute through John Nixon, but David Mills equalized in the 56th minute. Two other "giant-killers" came to the end of the road. Mansfield Town, the Fourth Division leader, lost at home to an early goal from Carlisle United's Bobby Owen. Waisall, the Third Division club which had eliminated Manchester United and. New- castle United, was beaten 2-1 by Birmingham City. West Ham United came back from a goal down to defeat Queen's Park Rangers 2-1, while First Division tail- ender Leicester City played above its usual form to force a scoreless draw on Arsenal's ground. Ipswich will be at home in the quarter-finals to either Leeds United or Derby Coun- ty. Derby and Leeds, whose match was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch, play on Tuesday. While Everton was losing to Fulham, they also lost the leadership of the First Divi- sion of the league. It was taken over by Stoke City, whose 2-2 draw with Woiverhampton Wanderers gave them a one-point margin at the top of the table over Ev- erton and Burnley, who crash- ed 1-3 to Newcastle United. Celtic and Motherwell had the easiest wins in the Scot- tish Cup, scoring four goals apiece. Celtic defeated Second Division rivals Clydebank 4-1 and Motherwell routed another Second Division club, Queen's Park, 4-0. Celtic, holders of the trophy, were given a shock for Clydebank opened the scoring through Joe McCallan in the 27th minute. But Celtic pressure soon told and they won comfortably with two goals by Kenny Dalglish and one each from McNamara and Roddy McDonald. Motherwell scored twice in each half against. Queen's Park, the goals coming from Pettigrew, Goldthorp, Mcllwraith and Graham. Rangers dropped a point in the only First Division league game played, being held to a 33 draw at home by Kilmar- nock. Rangers now lead Celtic by two points at the head of the table. NHL scorers SUNDAY Boston 3 at Philadelphia 4 Boston Bucyk, Forbes, Hodge; Philadelphia Leach, MacLeish, Dornhoefer, Barber. California 4 at Minnesota 8 California Weir, J. Stewart, Gardner, Hrecnkosy; Minnesota Goldswortny 2, Reid, Talatous. Hlckc, Hextall, Marlineau, Gratton. Toronto 5 at New York Rangers 5 Toronto Ullman, Keon, Williams, Sittler, Salming; New York Rangers Vickers, Fairbairn, Harris, Gilbert, Irvine. St. Louis 4 at-Buffalo 4 St. Louis Berenson, Larose, Collins, Lefley; Buffalo Robert 2, Gare, Martin. New York islanders 2 at Pittsburgh 3 New York Islanders Hennlng, Drouin; Pittsburgh Stackhouse, Arnason, Apps. Kansas City 0 at Washington 3 Washington Bailey, Qilbertson, Marson. Montreal 6 at Chicago 3 Montreal Wilson 2, Cournoyer, Mahovllcn. Risebrough. Sather; Chicago Mikita. Koroll, Gagnon. SATURDAY Pittsburgh 8 at Toronto 3 Pittsburgh Kehoe 3, Kelly 2, Ar- nason, Madlleld, Macdonald; Toronto Ferguson 2, Williams. Atlanta 3 at Vancouver 3 Atlanta Vail 3; Vancouver Lever, Ververgaert. Chicago 3 at Montreal 12 Chicago Marks, Mikita, Bordeleau; Montreal Cournoyer 5, Lapointe. Savard, Tremblay, Robin- son, Lemaire, Galney, Risebrough. Philadelphia 1 fit New York Islanders 1 Philadelphia Barber; New York Islanders Parise. Washington 1 at St. Louis 7 Washington Lalpnde; St. Louis Plante 2, Collins 2, Lukowich, Lefley, Merrick. New York 9 At Minnesota 2 New York Rangers Polls 4, Vickers, Beverley, Fairbairn, Tkac- zuk, Ratello. Minnesota O'Brien, Gratton. California 3 at Kansas City 0 California J. Stewart, Williams. Hrechkosy. Detroit 2 at Los Angeles 8 Detroit Kryskow, Korney; Los Angeles Williams 2, Murdoch 2, Maloney, Murphy, St. Marseille, Goring. LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Ltwtr Lml 7Mi UCMl thopplni lull PkoM S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon 30 14 9 271 Lethbrldge 23 24 Brandon.... 20 27 Regina..... 22 30 Winnipeg... 14 34 Flin Flon 14 31 A Pis Victoria Med Hat Kamloops New West Edmonton 5 231 238 51 8 213 250 46 3 200 226 47 8 196 313 36 7 192 297 35 Western Division 37 14 4 327 200 78 34 14 4 297 193 72 29 19 6 258 220 64 25 18 10 240 208 60 26 19 6 257 216 58 Calgary 9 39 8 189 321 26 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Pis Philadelphia .35 14 8 193 125 78 Rangers.....29 18 11 242 195 69 Islanders ....24 19 15 189 154 63 Atlanta......23 21 13 160 161 59 Smythe Division Vancouver...29 21 6 191 170 64 Chicago.....26 27 6 186 182 58 St. Louis ....22 23 11 186 193 55 Minnesota ...16 34 6 156 239 38 Kansas City.. 13 38 7 137 238 33 Horris Division Montreal ....34 9 15 279 163 83 Los Angeles .31 11 14 193 123 76 Pittsburgh ...25 20 12 229 205 62 Detroit .....'.14 33 10 172 240 38 Washington...6 47 5 125 298 17 Adams Division Buffalo......35 11 11 247 172 81 Boston......30 17 11 258 177 71 Toronto .....20 28 10 193 229 50 California.... 15 36 915923139 NHL LEADERS G A P Esposlto. Bos ..........52 54 106 Orr, Bos ................33 69 102 Lafleur. Mil.............44 52 96 Mahovlich. Mil..........28 59 87 bionne, Det ............30 52 82 Robert, Buf ............32 45 75 Gilbert. NY R ..........31 41 72 Ratelle, NY R ..........25 45 70 Clarke, Pha ............15 55 70 Bucyk. Bos.............26 40 66 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A PIS Quebec 3G 18 0 229 179 72 Toronto 32 23 2 249 219 86 Edmonton 26 21 3 186 170 55 Vancouver.. 26 24 2 165 170 54 Winnipeg 24 26 2 206 186 50 Eastern Division N. England 29 21 3 178 186 61 Cleveland 25 29 2 158 177 52 Chicago 20 35 1 188 224 41 Indiana..... 11 39 3 123 215 25 Western Division Houston 36 19 0 249 172 72 Phoenix 29 23 6 213 190 64 Minnesota 28 24 1 212 182 57 San Diego 27 23 2 195 181 56 Baltimore... 14 38 3 129 229 31 WHA LEADERS G A Pis Hull. Wpg.............. 50 43 93 S. Bernter, Que......... 41'4889 Laoroix, SO............. 28 61 89 Nilsson, Wpg 18 58 76 Lund, Hou.............. 25 49 74 Walton, Minn 34 32 66 Dillon, 20 45 65 G. Howe. Hou 24 40 64 Rivers, 3D............... 37 26 63 Tardif, Due............. 34 27 61 Hinse, Hou 30 31 61 WEEKEND HOCKEY SUNDAY National Minnesota 8 California 4 Philadelphia 4 Boston 3 Toronto 5 New York Rangers 5 St. Louis 4 Buffalo 4 Pittsburgh 3 New York lslanders.2 Washington 3 Kansas City o Montreal 6 Chicago 3 World Toronto 7 Vancouver 4 Phoenix 5 Edmonton 4 Winnipeg 6 Chicago 3 Minnesota 5 San Diego 2 American New Haven 5 Hershey 2 Rochester 5 Nova Scotia 4 Providence 7 Virginia 5 Syracuse 4 Richmond 3 Central Dallas 3 Salt Lake City 2 Tulsa 8 Fort Worth 2 Seattle 5 Omaha 3 Inter national Muskegon 6 Columbus 4 Kalamazoo 7 Toledo 6 Flint 3 Port Huron 2 North American Cape Codders 4 Maine 3 Syracuse 6 Broome 2 Long Island 7 Philadelphia 4 Western Canada Winnipeg 4 Flin Flon 3 New Westminster 6 Lethbrldge .0 Saskatoon 3 Regina 0 Medicine Kamloops 6 Manitoba Junior Kenora 9 Winnipeg 4 Portage 6 Selkirk 5 West Kildonan 6 Brandon 2 SI. James 9 Dauphin 3 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 6 Humboldt 1 Regina Blues 4 Prince Albert 3 Saskatoon 5 Yorkton 3 Estevan 10 North Battleford 6 Swift Current 16 Regina Foxes 2 Notre Dame 10 Moose Jaw 8 Alberta Junior Drumheller 6 Spruce Grove 4 B.C. Junior Vernon 7 Langley 3 Chilliwack 6 Merrill 3 Belllngham 5 Nanalmo 3 SATURDAY National Atlanta 3 Vancouver 3 Montreal 12 Chicago 3 Philadelphia 1 New York Islanders 1 Pittsburgh 8 Toronto 3 California 3 Kansas City 0 NY Rangers 9 Minnesota 2 St. Louis 7 Washington 1 Los Angeles 8 Detroit 2 World Chicago 5 Baltimore 3 Winnipeg 5 Cleveland 1 American Richmond 4 New Haven 3 Procldence 6 Springfield 3 Central Fort Worth 3 Salt Lake 2 Tulsa 9 Dallas 4 Omaha 3 Oklahoma City 2 Seattle 3 Denver 2 International Saginaw 6 Port Huron 0 Fort Wayne 2 Kalamazoo 1 North American Maine 2 Broome 4 Western International Nelson at Trail, ppd. Western Canada Lethbrrdge at Victoria, ppd. Edmonton 9 Hegina 4 Medicine Hat 6 Calgary 2 Alberta Junior Taber 4 Red Deer 3 Calgary 8 The Pass 1 Spruce Grove 3 Drumheller 1 Saskatchewan Junior Eslevan 4 Humboldt 3 Melville 10 Saskatoon 3 Prince Albert 8 Regina Foxes 2 Weyburn 6 Battlefords 5 B.C. Junior Kelowna 10 Nanalmo 3 Chilliwack 7 Bellingham 6 Pentlcton 6 Langley 5 NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvifion W L Pet. GBL 16 .719 22 .621 S'A 30 .474 14 34 .424 17 Boston..........41 Bulfalo 36 New York 27 Phlla........... 25 Central Division Washington......41 16 .719 Cleveland 30 28 .517 11'A Houston..'...... 29 30 .492 13 Atlanta......... 24 37 .393 19 N. Orleans...... 10 45'.182 30 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Chicago.........35 22 .614 KC-Omaha 33 27 .550' Detroit 32 30 .516 5V, Milwaukee...... 27 29 .482 7'A Pacific Division Golden State 33 24 .579 Seattle 27 31 .466 B'A Phoenix........ 24 30 .444 714 Portland........ 24 33 .421 9 L Angeles...... 21 35 .375 11V4 ABA Eastern Division W L Pet. GBL Kentucky........40 16 .714 New York .......40 16 .714 St. Louis .......'23 38 .377 19VS Memphis....... 17 41 .293 24 Virginia 13 45 .224 28 Western Division Denver..........47 14 .770 San An......... 37 26 .587 11 Indiana......... 28 28 .500 Utah 26 33 .441 20 San Diego 23 37 .383 WEEKEND BASKETBALL SUNDAY National Washington 125 New York 104 Chicago 114 Buffalo 109 Seattle 109 Los Angeles 87 Cleveland 100 Houston 95 .Kansas City-Omaha 102 Detroit 99 New Orleans 103 Milwaukee 101 Denver 117 New York 115 St. Louis 101 San Antonio 99 San Diego 133 Kentucky 128 Intercollegiate Loyola 91 Laval 71 -SATURDAY National Kansas City-Omaha 93 Detroit 81 Washington 108 New York 106 Golden State 108 Philadelphia 101 Atlanta 111 Phoenix 107 Boston 102 Portland 100 American Indiana 115 Memphis 113 Denver 109 Kentucky 107 Utah 119 St. Louis 104 Intercollegiate Victoria 66 Saskatchewan 53 UBC 79 Calgary 61 The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. 40Z 1st Ave S 3Z7-68B6 or 327 4445 ;