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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ID- me LtiHBHiPGE February 1974 BOOK NOW OVERSEAS CHARTERS Departure elite and now contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phono 32M201 LCI Rams assured share of pennant The Lethbndge Collegiate Institute Rams earned themselves at least a share of the 1973-74 Southern Alberta "A" Boys' Basketball League pennant title by scoring a 42- 36 victory over the Cardston Cougars Saturday night It was the ninth win in 10 starts for the Rams, who lead the five-team conference with only two games remaining on their league schedules The only team that has a chance to" catch the Rams is Cardston who trail with a 7-3 record The Rams will have a good shot at clinching the pennant title when they host the Raymond Comets for a 7 30 tilt Wednesday night A preliminary "B" boys' game is set to go at six o'clock Meanwhile in Saturday's encounter, the host Cougars jumped to a 12-9 lead after the opening quarter, but were caught 23-23 by the end of the second They regained the lead and earned a 33-29 margin into the final eight minutes, but the Rams battled back to upend their hosts. Kelly Wilde paced the locals with a 13-point outing while Mark Baldry and Ron Shernanchuk chipped in with eight points apiece Rod Beazer hooped 12 points to pace the Cougars while Jim Toone and Don Yuill added 11 and 10 points respectively The Rams had the hot hand m the 32-minute contest as they connected on 40 per cent of "their field goal attempts while the Cougars managed to hit on 31 per cent The Rams also dominated the backboards, picking off 42 rebounds compared to the Cougars' 27 and were assessed 13 of the 24 fouls. Randy Stevens, who added seven points to the Rams' attack, led his teammates under the backboards with 12 rebounds while Ross Blackmer grabbed eight and Shemanchuk seven. Toone was the Cougars' top rebounder with six rebounds followed closely by Beazer with five Meanwhile the Raymond Comets recorded a slim 57-49 victory over the Magrath Table tennis playoffs Zeniths in a SAHSABBL game Monday night in Raymond. Tom Myndio propelled the Comets to their win with an 18-point performance while Rob Heggie chipped in with 13 points and Mark Williams 12 Tim Rolhngson notched 14 points and Ron Barker 13 for the visiting Zeniths. In a "B" boys match, the Raymond Mustangs defeated the Magrath Eagles 34-24. Ron Hill led the winners with 10 points while Tom Alston swished 10 in a losing cause The Table Tennis Committee for the 1975 Canada Winter Games will stage the Lethbridge and district regional playoffs Saturday. The location for the playoffs has not been decided and will be released later in the week. The winners of the local and district playdowns will advance to the provincial finals in Calgary Mar 9i where the nucleus of the Alberta team will be determined All table tennis competition for the 1975 Canda Whiter Games will be open to men and women under 22 years of age as of Jan. 1, 1975. Competition is restricted to all players and will exclude international and national members. All interested persons wishing to compete in the playdowns are requested to contact Arnold Harris at 327-7321. Gray keeps crown TORONTO (CP) Clyde Gray was happy to hold on to his Commonwealth wel- terweight boxing title Monday night, but he'd rather lay bricks for the small amount of money involved. "If I can get some big pay- days, I'll be there, but I'm not going to fight for peanuts any the Toronto fighter said after earning for his defence against Jamaican Bunny Grant Grant, who said he had suf- fered pulled or bruised stomach muscles, failed to answer the bell for the ninth round and Gray was awarded the fight on a technical knockout Grant came here with a record of never having been knocked off his feet in 84 pro- fessional fights, but Gray put him on the canvas in the sixth round. However, Gray said Grant was a tough opponent. NOT WORTH IT "It was pretty tough boxing and it sure wasn't worth the money I'm gonna get out of said Gray who was guaranteed against 25 per cent of the gate. A crowd of about showed up for the 26-year-old Canadian champion's first Commonwealth title defence. "I was hoping for a lot bigger crowd said Gray who had said last week he planned to retire if he didn't soon see some big purses which he believes can only be won by taking the world title from Jose Napoles of Mexico. Gray lost a decision to Na- poles last year in his first world title bid but is hoping for another chance at the crown. "I'm not going to fight for peanuts any more. I'd rather lay bricks HcraUf- Sports LETHMIDQE OFFICE FURNITU TO ttrool Ihapplnt iUM LTD. HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Esposito makes short trip to plateau MONTREAL (CP) When all-star centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins recently became the 10th player in National Hockey League1 history to record points, it took him 164 fewer games to reach that level than any of his nine predecessors. Esposito, the league's leader in goals scored and total points so far this season, picked up his 100th point of the current campaign last week against California Golden Seals and then reached the 1000-pomt mark of his career at Vancouver last Friday in a 4-2 victory over the Canucks. His point came in his 745th regular-season game. The previous fewest number of games needed to collect points was 909 by Bobby Hull when the left winger was with Chicago Black Hawks. Here are the number of games it took each of the other eight players to record their point in NHL regular season games: Jean Beliveau, Montreal Ca- nadiens, 911, Stan Mikita, Chi- cago, 923; Gordie Howe, Detroit Red Wings, 938; Frank Mahovlich, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit, Montreal, Norm Ullman, Detroit, Toronto, 1113; John Bucyk. Detroit, Boston, Henri Richard, Montreal, and Alex Delvecchio, Detroit, Esposito closed last weeic with an assist Saturday at Los Angeles against the Kings, boosting his point total for the season to 103 and a 16-point edge over runner-up and teammate defenceman Bobby Orr. It marked the fourth con- secutive season Esposito has gone over the 100-point mark and the fifth time in six sea- Bees win sons. He missed the 100-point level by one point in 1969-70. With 23 games left to play in the 78-game schedule, Esposito could conceivably finish with 146 points at his current pace, which would be six short of his record 152 points in 1970-71. SCORING LEADERS Esposito. B 47 56 103 26 Orr B 23 64 87 70 Hodge, B 39 37 76 24 Martin, But 38 30 68 30 Sittler, T 29 32 61 27 Hextall, Cournoyer M Clarke 91 Bucyk, Park, Ullman, Goldsw'thy, Dionne Grant, Gilbert, Apps, Mlkita, J Johnston, Martin, Robert, MacLeish, Cashman Unger Boudrias Stasiuk on hand for Bruchet night Fukanti calls it Skip Tom Fukami of Nobleford, crouching, made the right call often enough to wm Lnday as the three-day Unifarm Bonsp.el kicked off at the Lethbndge Curlmg Club with 45 rmks taking part. Watching the shot .s sk.p Sonny M.ller of Readymade. O'Keefe Sports Foundation helps 16 amateur sports Minor hockey The Hornets scored two unanswered goals in the second period and skated to a 2-1 victory over the Argos in a Bantam B game Monday night. Clarence Toal and Jay Bentham tallied singles for the winners while Rick Cicon replied for the Argos In a Pee Wee game held Saturday, the Flyers dropped the Pintos 4-1. Darren Moroz, Faron Ellis. Mark Dumont and Gerry Van Gaal scored a goal each for the Flyers while John Getkate tallied for the Pintos. TORONTO (CP) More than in grants to amateur sport were announced Monday by the O'Keefe Sports Foundation. In all, 16 grants were an- nounced by Graham Leggat, the foundation's general manager, granting from to the Canadian Basketball Association to 5848 to the Inuvik, N.W T., Figure Skating Club to enable it to hold clinics to improve skills of N W.T. youngsters. The grant to basketball will allow Jack Donohue to assume full-time duties as national coach. Now the association's technical director, Donohue will spend all his time on the national team and on a development program for coaches and plavers across Canada Leggat said has been given to allow Deryk Snelhng and Don Talbot to hold a cross-Canada series of two- day swimming workshops Additionally, the money will help finance a pilot program in which 12 of Canada's most promising young coaches will participate in "inservice training with either Snelling or Talbot. Saints lose two games The Edmonton Nemows scored a pair of easy victories over the Labor Club Saints in girls' exhibition hockey action staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre over the weekend. The visitors crushed the locals 9-2 Saturday and went on to win 8-3 Sunday. Theresa Fleming and Suzanne LaFrance were the big guns for Edmonton in their two-game series as they potted in three goals apiece while the Saints received single markers from Marilyn Snedden and Donna Miyauchi Saturday and Darcy James, Linda Hamilton and Rhonda Kelington Sunday. Other grants included: to the Canadian Volleyball Association for the services of Moo Park as national coach. Park, a Korean, will be responsible for upgrading coaches and players across Canada. to the Canadian Badminton Association for the fulltime services for one year of Olich Solihin as national coach. to the Canadian Softball Association to finance a senes of clinics to be held in all major cities, for male and female players and coaches. to the dressage team of the Canadian Equestrian Federation for the services for one year of Willi Schultheiss of West Germany as national coach. to the British Columbia Amateur Hockey Association to finance a series of clinics for coaches and players at all levels of hockey in the province. playoff matches The Lethbridge Labor Club Bees advanced up the provincial batam B playoff by scoring a pair of easy vic- tories over Okotoks on the weekend. The locals captured the two- game total goal series 15-5 as they crushed their opponents 8-2 Friday night and 7-3 Saturday. Jeff Takeyasu paced the locals in the opening game of round one in the zone five Alberta playoffs by scoring a hat-trick Friday night Todd Takeyasu'chipped in with a pair of goals while singles went to Randy Charlesworth and Frank Dale Kiminski was the big gun for the Bees Saturday as he blasted in three goals. Teammates Bob Odney, Allan Gepneris, Kogler and Kelly Lietch aided in the win with singles The Bees will now advance to round two of the zone finals and will face Pincher Creek. The opening game of the two-game total goal series gets underway Wednesday night at eight o'clock at the Civic Ice Centre. Meanwhile Ken Bond fired in four goals and led the Lethbridge Warriors to an easy 11-5 win over the Medicine Hat Wheelers in an exhibition tilt Sunday. Earl Ingarfield chipped in with three goals while singles went to Bob Quinell, Harvie Pocza, Baden Pilling and Dick Shardlow. Preparations continue for the March 2 "Ed Bruchet Appreciation Night." It was announced today that Vic Stasiuk will be in attendance at the memorable evening as will a full contingent from the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League headed by president Joe Fisher Stasiuk and the Medicine Hat group will join Monsignor Athol Murray, Frank Boucher and Scotty Munro at the head table The evening has been planned to honor Bruchet who has given more than 40 years of his life to hockey in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. It is hoped that a number of former players with the old Native Sons will be on hand as well as a large gathering of the many friends Bruchet made over the years. Stasiuk, a prime example of the local boy who made good, received his early hockey tutoring from Bruchet and went on to play in the National Hockey League with the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings. One time in his career Stasiuk belonged to the highest scoring line, the Uke Line along with Bronco Horvath and Johnny Bucyk. Stasiuk has had a fling at coaching in the NHL ranks with Philadelphia Flyers and then with the Vancouver Canucks. He is now associated with the St. Louis Blues' organiza- tion as an assistant coach. He currently handles Denver Spurs of the Western Hockey League for the Blues. The Fisher-Bruchet combination goes back to the days of the old WCHL when one of hockey's fiercest rivalries involved Bruchet's Native Sons and Fisher's Tigers West rinks tops SAINT JOHN, N.B. (CP) Dr Will McTavish of Winnipeg isn't finding his Canadian senior men's curling title easy to defend McTavish guided his Mani- toba team to wins in third-and fourth-round play Monday for a 2-1 won-lost record and fourth place in the standings behind Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island. In fourth-round play Monday, Manitoba upended Hugh Little's Nova Scotia rink from Halifax 10-5 In other matches, Northern Ontario clobbered New- foundland 14-2, Saskatchewan beat New Brunswick 10-7, B C nipped Ontario 8-6, and P.E.I, drubbed Alberta 10-5. Quebec had the bye. B.C and Saskatchewan both have 4-0 records for a first- place tie. P.E.I is third at 3-0. TIRE SPORT ALBERTA JUNIOR _ EMlDrfWon L T f A L T F A Red 15 2 261 187 England 32 24 2 214 197 66 20 0 256 210 30 27 4 238 214 64 25 2 242 226 29 27 3 215 203 61 The 24 0 196 181 27 25 5 179 186 59 30 3 200 257 J 26 32 2 187 221 54 32 3 201 293 25 27 3 182 192 53 1 T F 34 18 5 226 154 73 9 6 249 148 31 26 1 233 203 63 15 7 201 151 27 27 5 197 211 59 16 12 211 171 28 29 0 196 207 19 11 203 163 23 32 0 211 226 46 25 6 180 186 20 36 0 169 233 40 29 8 183 232 SCORES 27 14 130 178 32 9 156 216 39 Wwt Jersey 4 Chicago 3 Southern 12 9 192 117 4 Charlotte 3 11 15 189 110 American St Louis 26 8 154 154 52 21 26 10 144 168 Island 6 Bmghamton 2 Western Canada LA Minnesota Pittsburgh 27 8 153 176 50 18 26 13 173 199 49 17 33 5 159 203 39 11 40 7 151 256 5 Kamloops 0 Saskatchewan Junior Moose Jaw 12 Begins 5 Former Maple Leaf has Kings looking at playoff berth Pulford closing in on longevity mark of Kelly's LOS ANGELES (AP) Almost annually Los Angeles Kings fire a coach. Only Red Kelly lasted two complete seasons, leading the Kings into the National Hockey League playoffs in their first two years of existence. Kelly, Hal Laycoe, John Wilson, Larry Regan and Fred Glover have come and gone. When Bob Pulford was hired for the 1972-73 season, he was the team's sixth coach in six seasons The Kings still seek their first taste of playoff action smce Kelly he's now with Toronto Maple Leafs as Pulford approaches Kelly's longevity mark. fttlford said the fate of his predecessors doesn't bother him. "I don't think about that I to do the best job I can and I know the players are doing the best they can. If we get a few breaks, I think we can make the playoffs." He doesn't believe there's anyone after his job, and the only pressure he feels is the natural excitement over a close race. Pulford, who retired as a player after seasons, 14 of them at Toronto, coached the Kings to a club record 73 points last season when they finished sixth in the Western Division. The Kings, who lost to Boston 5-2 Saturday night, try to break a three-game losing streak tonight against Vancover at the Forum, and climb as high as third place hi the standings. "It's going to be a four-team race don't forget sixth- place Minnesota e..1ranely close right down to the Pulfcrd predicted Polford still kicks himself for failing to make the playoffs last season. "1 think the lesson we learned last year will help he said. "We depended too much on home games. We got used to that good schedule and, at the end, we used it almost as a cratch. "Our schedule this year is very similar to last year, but we've still got to win." Of the Kings' last 22 games, 15 are on home ice. Until months ago, the Kings seemed to be going nowhere, but they became tough to beat, raising eyebrows with victories over St. Louis and Atlanta on consecutive days on the road Feb. 9-10. "Everyone's contributing to the team playing good said Pulford. "We've had extremely good goal-tending from Rogie Vachon and the defence has played very well." The team's penalty killing has been "very Pulford said, "but onr power play hasn't produced as wen as it should." "Eventually it will come. We had a very good power play last year and basically we have the same players here this year." Pulford said the biggest trade since he became coach was the acquisition of forward Frank St Marseille from St. Louis last season. Last December, the dub obtained three New York Rangers and last week added a fourth, centre Gene Carr, in exchange for "future considerations." "Toe trade that brought Mike Murphy, Tommy Williams and Sheldon Kannegiesser has given as much more balance on our lines, and Kannegiesser has played well on said Pulford. Thetireexperte with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st Avr 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;