Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 13

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 27

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE IfTHBRIDBS IIERAID rmloy, Fehruciry 18, I97J Esposito scores trio Bruins >nguins close in on playoff berth IJrTlir I'lir.SS growing evuk-ncc llu-y wins in 52 Raines. Thursday conirihulcd lo Ihr niphl lliey bnil Buffalo Sabres Torunlo bvif- luivcn'l: of PJUsbnrgb 'Mi for Hie fiftli win in Uicir last Less than I wo wec-ks ago Ilic six paincs. :-koy I Penguins hold InsL place in Uic Ii was Ihc Leafs who allowed dona niucli lately themsolvos a N.iu League pliiyt-rr ili I West Division with a record o( I the Penguins lo start their rally willi n 4-1 victory al Toronto Feb. 9 and helped keep it Romp Wednesday by allowing another Penguins victory by a score ol 4-2 in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh's victory Thursday LAVER IN ACTION Australian Rod Laver puls him- self through a rigorous motion during action at the inter- national tennis championships at Toronlo Thursday, taver bested Britain's Roger Taylor 6-4, 6-2 to advance to the jemi-finals. (CP Wirephoto) Rod Laver sharp against Taylor C7 TORONTO (CP) The next i the Briton, who lieat the classy time Roger Taylor faces Hod Laver across a tennis net. yon can bet Taylor will be hoping it wilt be outdoors. "He's a much better player Indoors than Taylor Said after Laver had eliminated him 6-1, 6-2 in a quarter-finaJ match in the S50.000 Toronto In- ternational tournament Thurs- day night. "You need a little wind to blow him around a added Elhvood dies, 11 years la lor TORONTO (CP) John Ell- wood, 29, died In hospital Thursday, 11 years, three months and 2.3 days after he was injured in a high school football game. He was still in a coma. He was in at the time, arid a halfback for North Tororio Col- legiate Institute. lie walked un- steadily off the field two plays after carrying the ball into the line of Jarvis Collegiate Insti- tute. Jack's Plumbing Serving Lelhbridge FOR ESTIMATES PHONE JACK FUttER 328-2515 Australian here six months ago in Ihe Canadian Open by frus- trating him with high lobs into a cross-wind. But Thursday night's match was indoors and the top-seeded Laver boomed his first serve in with regularity and clipper! the sidelines with winners on his ground strokes. Lavcr's win set up a semi-fi- nal Saturday with Tom Okkcr o[ the Netherlands, who ousted ninth-seeded Roy Emerson of Australia 7-6. 6-0. GAME BLOWS Emerson's game seemed lo go to pieces after he took an early lead on a service break in the first set. Okker kept the pressure on and tied the match at 6-6, then watched Emerson double-fault twice in the best- of-12 points tiebreaker. The other semi-finalists will be decided tonight when un- seeded Fred Stolle of Australia plays lOth-seeded Charlie Pasa- rell of Puerto Rico and second- seeded Kon Rosewall of Aus- I r a 1 i a meets sevenLh-seodcd Marty Riessen of Evansfon, 111. Play starts at 3 p.m. 11ST The singles and doubles finals will played Sunday with Ihe singles finals televised live by the National Broadcasting Co. of Ihe United States, starting a; p.m. MST. The winner of Ihe singles gets Sin.raiO and Illc loser S5.000. The winning doubles team spills Si ,811ft and the losers divide SHOO. THAT all the furore has broken loose over the happenings al Tyrells Lake during the past year, additional information is beirrg offered for the nonbe- liovers. "Too many people are asking if the disappearance of trout is something according to R. S. Hartford, regional fisheries biologist for southern Alberta. "And none of this should be taken on a personal basis. It's too bad the die-off of trout has had lo happen, but it should all be very impersonal." More than 1.000.000 trout were stocked in Tyrrels Lake in 1970. The biologists had the lake sampled and tested. CONCLUSIONS AT PRESENT show that out of the total, only about 6.000 trout are left alive. What hap- pened to the rest is anyone's guess for the moment. The biologists feel the oxygen content was too saline and there were other factors that contributed to the high mortality. The biologists report that at the same time there was some exceptionally warm water in the lake and there were a host of oilier contributing factors. Regardless of what the guesfimates might he, we'll have to wait until next spring until the biolo- gists take another sampling of the lake and hopefully, the water in the lake. NEVERTHELESS, it's fishing time again. The warmer weather has brought the trout out An 11 and a 13-pound ling or bullhead has been taken out of Jensen Reservoir. For a ling, thai is big in any man's language. The road into Police Lake has been opened. It has perhaps some of the best trout fishing in southern Alberta. Beauvais Lake west of Pincher Creek has picked up considerably during the past week. The snow depth is said to be away down. The other good trout spot in southern Alberta is Chain Lake west of Nanton. While it is said to be good, it is slow in comparison witli other water im- poundments in Ihe south. The lunkers have started lo show up in the 11 pounds plus class al Cavan Lake, north-east of Med- icine Hat. They are in the 10-pound-plus category. The Brooks Fish and Game Club will hold a fish derby under sponsorship of the older members. The outing is planned for Feb. 20. Hot dogs and hot chocolate will he served free. Ley blames bosses TORONTO (CP1 Defence- man Rick Ley of Toronto Maple Lecfs says management of the National Hockey League learn is to blame for the club's recent troubles. "The trouble's at tbe Lop, and you can put that in your Ley said in an inter- view today in The Sun. "You have got to laying the blame on Ihe he sp.id in hospital here where he is recovering from an ulcer attack. He did not mention any names. Ley, 23, who was horn in Oril- lia, Ont., and played his junior hotkey in Niagara Falls, Out., .said he feels there arc certain who arc not giving it Ihoir whole .shot. 'One of our troubles is that some of the guys drc Lryinfi hard, some aren't trying enough. I know when T go out on the ice I'm going lo make mis- takes, but I know I've got to go all out on every shift and if T make mistake? well, that's how you learn." He added that right winger Ron Ellis is taking loo much blame for the team's troubles, saying "not oven Ronnie can score gnrls if nobody gives him Ihe puck." Toronto has lost 12 of its lasl. Ifi games and is tied for the fourth and final playoff position in fhe league's East Division with Detroit Red Wings, who have two games in band. Ley said he has been offered a contract by Ihe Long Island- ers of the World Hockey Asso- ciation. He has a lawyer in Ro.s- Lon representing him and savs he Ls willing lo listen. moved lliem into a Lie with Phil-' adelphia Flyers in Uie West Di- vision, each with 45 points. They arc Ihree points behind SI. Louis Blues and California Golden Seals who are lied for third. The Flyers dropped a 4-1 deci- sion Thursday Lo Boston Bruins who were led by Phil Esposito's three goals. In one olher game, New York Hangers defeated Los Angeles Kings 6-4. TIED WITH WINGS The Leafs, with three wins in their last 16 games, were not in action Thursday and remain lied with DelroiL "Red Wings for fourUi spot in the East. In two games tonight, St. Louis visits Vancouver Canucks and New York is at California. Pittsburgh's Ron S c h o c k scored both goals and goalie Jim RuUwriord got his first shutout of the season on his 23rd birthday to give Penguins the victory at Buffalo. It was the first time Pitts- burgh has bealen the Sabres in their 10 meetings since Buffalo joined the league last season. The Sabres had won three and the other six games ended in ties :'IL was good to get the shut- said Rutherford. "I came close twice last he said, recalling the 4-1 game at Toronlo when Leaf.Jim Harrison beat him for the lone Toronlo goal with left in the game. The tallowing night Los Angeles Kings spoiled his shutout bid with a goal midway through the final period of a game that ended in a 6-1 Pitts- burgh Bobby Orr's goal late in the first period brought the Bruins back from a 1-0 deficit and Es- posilo provided fhe victory with his 47th, 48lh and 49th goals of the season. His 49th was scored into an empty net with Philadel- phia goalie Doug Favell out in favor of an extra attacker. HATELLE BREAKS RECORD At Lo.s Angeles, centre Jean Rotelle scored once and earned two assists to break one Ranger record and tie another. His 57th assist broke Andy Bathgate's 1961-62 season record For most assists by a Ranger and his 40th goal tied EaUigate's 1958-59 record. Ratellc's three points for (lie night gave him 97 For the sea- son, two behind league-leader Esposilo. Raiclle's assists came on goals by Vic Hadfield while Rod Gilbert, Bill Fairbairn and Brad Park each scored once as the Rangers stayed within eight points of Boston, the East Divi- sion leader. NEW YORK t LOS ANGELES t Firsl Period 1. Los Angeles, Berrv 14 (Marotle, Bernier) 5'07; 1. New York, Hadfield 34 (Gilbert, Ralelle) 3. New York, Hadfield 37 (Rfl- telle) 4. New York, Rfllcllc 40 (Gflberf, Park] 3. New York, Gilbert 37 (Rousseau, Hadtield) Pennllies Rolfc Barrie Second Period 6 New York, Fair- bairn 17 [Rolfs, Tkazuk) Penal- ties Polfc Johnson Wil- liarr.s Third Period 7. Lrs Angeles, Wid- Ing 70 (Howell, Pulford) fl. Los Angeles, Bprnier 15 (Widing, Pulford) 6-01; 9. New York, Park 17 (Hadfieldl 10. Los Angeles, Backslrom 13 (Johnson, Bernier) Penflllici SlemKcivski Shots on gosl by New York II 1! Uos Angelei....... 11 1J ANendance BOSTON 4 PHILADELPHIA 1 first Period 1. Philadelphia, Nol- el 19 (Parizcau, Watson) 2. Bos- ton, Orr 26 (McKkenlic, Esposilo) PcnaUics McKenzie Van Imps Hughes Ashbee Marcollc Second Period 3. Boston, Esposllo .17 (McKeruie, Walton) Penal, ties Boslon served liy Me KonTir Espoiilr Orr Flell Third Period. l. Boflon, Espcrsllo dB, i. Boston, Espor.ilo -19 (Bu- Penalties Chnnynr-; soryed by W.flrcotlc D. Smith HuqhPS Sfiols on goal by Boston IS 11 l Philadelphia t II l.l.W-0 PITTSBURGH 2 BUFFALO 0 Firsl Period 1. Pittsburgh, Sthock 10 (Burrows, Harburuk) Penally 2M3. Second Period Ho scoring. Penal- ties Rupp Morion Thirrl PcrioH-7 PiUshurrjh, Schock 11 (Wnlson, Runp) Penally Shells rn qoai hy Pillsburqh I Buffalo B 10 MALE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY MALE. AGENCY WHAT HAVE NOLI GOT IN D- FNT WE'VE GOT. A PART TIME TEMPORARY IN A BUTTON FACTORY OR A FULLTIME PERMANENT AT A CHEMIST'S, THEN V THERE'S A PART TIME PERMANENT IN A K WAREHOUSE, ANb THERE'S ALWAYS FULL, PARTTIME.OR TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT OFFICE IE YWflYT 'NCY Ski leaders falter Banff run is gii BANFF, Alta. (CP) A rela- tively unknown look a step up Thursday while two leading skiers slackened their grip on the lop ranks in World Cup men's competition at Mount Norquay. The up-and coming unknown was Enlr Haaker of Norway, who posted a time of one min- ute, 24.511 seconds in the tirst of two runs in the men's giant sla- lom. The second run was to be held this aflemoon. Henri Duvillard of France and Gustavo Thoeni of Italy, how- ever, emerged from the opening round a bit tarnished. Duvillard, the series leader after 13 of the 20 meets, finished ISth while Thoeni. the giant slalom gold medallist at the recent Winter Olympics, was 28th. The main problem was soft, snow which fell overnight Tuesday. Despite many hours o[ feverish activity to get the 41- gale course in shape for Ihe race, it was so badly chopped- up by the first 15 of Ihe 69 starters that the race commit- tee almost cancelled the event. The olhers in the top 10 after the first run were, in order of placing: Roger Rossat-Mignod, France; Edmund Bmggmann, Switzerland; Christian Neu- reuther, We.st Germany; "Eber- ardo Schmalzl, Italy; his ijder cousin Helmut Schmalzl, Italy; Jean-Noel Augert France; Wer- ner Matlle, Switzerland, Rein- hard Tritscher, Austria, and Harald Rofner, also of Austria. CANADIAN 25TH The top Canadian was Alain Cousineau of Brownsburg, Que., in 25th place with All top finishers were in lhc first group of 15 starters that had a comparatively stable sur- face to start with. Today was expected to be dif- ferent, when the starling order, in accordance with Interna- tional Ski Federation regula- tions, must be reversed. The lop 10, therefore, would be among the last slaiicrs, so would have to work harder lo retain their position in the race lor World Cup honors. The 1972 scries ends in Pra Loup, France, four weeks from now. Today also was to he ladies' day with both runs of the women's slalom scheduled for the morning. The first course was U) be gates, the second 52, and there were skiers in the starling lineup. CANADIAN STAHTS KAT1I.Y This time. Ihe luck of the draw saw two Americans, lu'o French and one Canadian get Hie first five positions. Ihe mosl favorable in a race over soft snow. Patty Boydstun and Bar- bara Ann Cochrane. both of the U.S.. were first and second re- spectively, while third was drawn by Brill Lafforguc of I France. I Judy Crawford of Toronlo was 1 fninih iu UK lineup for Ihe first slalom and Michele Jacol of France fifth. Weather conditions were again expected to be wrarm and sunny with a high of aboul 40 degrees. The meet ends Saturday with a one-run women's giant slalom and the two runs of the men's slalom. Tlw series then moves on to Crystal Mountain, Wash- ington. Griffins, tangle The Winston Churchill Grif- fins' and Coaldale Kate And- rew's first place lie in South- west Girl's Basketball League competition will be broken to- night The Griffins and Larks, both with 9-2 records, will tangle al Winston Churchill tonight. In other girl's action Erie Rivers of Milk Elver will "sit Fort Macleod, Vauxhall travels lo Picture Buttc and T a b e r Dawns meel Taber St. Mary's Auroras. In Bny's play, Winston Churchill Bulldogs lake on Kate Andrews Gaels in Coaldale, Fort Macleod faces the Comets in Milk River, Vauxhalls at Piclure Butte and Stirling vis- ils Tsber. Meanwhile in Southern Alber- ta "A" Boy's action all six teams will see play tonighl. Catholic Central Cougars hosl Hie LCI Rains, Cardston enter- lams Magrath and Raymond travels lo Medicine Hal. The LCI-CCHS game starts at 8 p.m. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Cal Cougars Red Cal. Canucks Lelhbridge Erlm. Leafs W L T F A Pis 131 60 157 SB 75 181 50 29 Edm Movers 17 19 11 23 13 2B 12 27 67 199 37 111 26 57 26 NATIONAL LEAGUE Boslon New York Won I real Delroil Toronlo Buffalo Vancouver Chicago Minnesota SI. Louis California Phili Isburgh NISSAN AUTO CO, ,CANADA, LTD. PARTS and SERVICE AWARD presented to Foreign Car Lethbridge) Ltd. Pictured ahovo from left to right ii Terry Viiosky and Roy Hinaiiu of Foreign Car (loth.) receiving (no award Awril Woins, Dalsun and Andy Holmt, Datsun Parts (Prniric Regional Roy and Terry won lliis awnrd (or thn icrvico provided to DuUun ownon. Locals SC.K lots of aclion More hockey playoffs Tlic Lelhbridge Pec Wee Mar- lands will liost tlie Vulcan Pec Wees for the second game of Ihcir hvo-game series aL Lhe Civic Centre at, nine LonigliL. Viilr.in leds the scries with Ihoir victory ovor l.hc Mar- lands l.'ts! In Midget action the lyridfie Elks will hil the playoff trail, travelling lo Medicine Hal for Ihcir first game of n two- game to'u'il-gonl scries Satur- day. Game time i.s set for ono o'clock in lire afternoon. The second malch Iwtween the same elnlw will he held in lillihridge ihc following Sun- day al Henderson Ice Centre at 2 p.m. Holding a solid 9-4 lead after the first game of a two-game total-goal scries the Lalwr Club Bantam Bees will host Bcllcvuc fnr Ihcir second meeting Satur- day at p.m. Tf Uic Bees down IBellcvue they will con- linue on the playoff ladder Ink- ing on Vnuxlwli Sunday morn ing at 10 o'clock. Meanwhile in Midget action Ihc Ti-Cals and A.C.T. foutfit to a 2-2 draw Thursday night. Paul Oollctte and Jim Orich tallied for the Ti-CnLs while Dave Jackson nnd Ron Moscr replied for A.C.T. Terry Binghnm scored a goal in (lie second and third periods lo pace Ihe .IcLs to a 4-2 vic- tory over Ihc Maple Ijeafs. Brian Van BUITCD and fitac- cy Pisko chipped in with solo markers while IJarryl Vogl, and Kelly Loruncz notched a goal apiece in a losing cause. lion Schwarv. and Pal Oshirn slapped in a goal each and gave the Kings a slim 2-1 decision over Ihe (Vmgiirs in Hani am "13" play nighl. Bail ley managed a goal in final period for Ihe Cougars. The Comets came up with n Ihrcc-goal second period Thurs- day nnd doubled Ihc score, 4-2, over the Slampcdcrs in Midget League aclion. Clarence Rirovyak and Law- rence Gardiner accounled for Ihe Cornels' markers will) two each. Dim Mills and Corry Drank replied for I ho SUai- pedcrs. LEADERS: tspo1 RB( Orr, B.........-. Giltcrl, NY Haa'field, NY....... R. Hull, C........ F. Mahovlich, AA..... Marl in. But Redmond, D Perrpaull, But...... Slanfield, B C A PH. IP 50 -59 iO 57 97 36 67 BB 37 .17 8-( 37 .17 BJ WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Rcgma ]l 17 1 115 145 SasKfllcon 75 20 3 230 180 Brandon 27 24 0 753 333 Flin Flon I.! 32 1 25] Winnipeg IB 3-1 1 169 101 Swill Current 16 36 1 164 ?'B Western Division Calqary 39 10 1 33fi 13] New WPS I. 3! 70 0 23A ]p) Fcimomlon 3? 14 J 73] 183 Medicine Hat ?B 25 1 771 352 Vkloria 15 37 7 165 31fl icouver U 38 0 172 194 28 39 6 37 65 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F A PH. Denver 30 4 205 1.13 66 Phoenix 38 17 5 207 143 dl San Diego 33 20 4 154 57 Portland 2-1 22 3 20i 193 51 Salt Lake 33 23 5 171 177 Al Seatlle 7 3B 5 110 Ilfl 19 HOCKEY SCORES National Boilpn i riiiiflrtripnifl I Pittsburgh 7 Buffalo n New York A .1 Rerjlnn Pat-, A Prinrr ft Western Canada 7 Mrdicinr Hal New Woslmipslcr 7 SasKaloon 3 Brandon -I Victoria 3 Alborla Junior Calgary Couoars 10 Drumfiellcr i Intercr'lcgiala Bishop's A Quebec 3 Laurenlia 7 Brock 7 Western 9 Lulhemu 3 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRf SAlfS t SfRVICf 407 111 Av, South Phon. 337-6864 o, 337.4U5 ;