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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 51. 1V7J Fires liro past brother Tony in 3-1 Boston win birthday Moored two coals hy his gnal- tending hrolhor, Tony, as National Hockey League's Kasl n, Jean Raldlc .scored twice in New York Rangers' -1-1! win over Detroit Red to become Sunday, Ken Drv- j only the sevcnlh player lo score :Hil 100 or more points in a single NHL s e a s o n, Flyers and Bob Weekend scorers SUNDAY Uoslon :i Clik-api 1 ICsposilo 2. man: Pappin. Miiinesola '2 Pillslinrsli Minnesola IIciMall. P ar- ise. Monlreal 1 Hllffiiln n F. JIalmvlich '2. I.arose. P. Mahovlieh. Pliilsdelpliia :i Toninlii 1 Philadelphia Clarke 2, A'olct; Toronto Ullman. Si. Louis I California I SI. Louis Murphy. L'li- Tiiompson. Snhoiirin: California Vadunis 'J, Pin- der Ncw Virk I Detroii York Rale-lie 2, (lil- bort. Rousseau-- Dc-lrnil KiV.mond, Kilrlanclcr. Dionnc. SATLRDAY Delroil fi Piusliun.'li 2 Dclniil Kjrcnvni 2. Li- hcll, Dclvecchio. Kochefirl. I'iUshiirSh Wal- son, Hupp. Tororlo -I Buffaln 1 Toronto Sillier. Hcn- dci-.-.ln: Buffalo Marlin Vnnlrral .'I Pliihnlelpliia I Mnnlrral Lcni.Vn1. noyer. L-alleur. Boston ti Minncsotii I B o s Ion 2. Wcstfall. Orr. Sler.neld. Mc- Minnesola Parise, in, Gohlswurlhy. Burns Los Angrlos i) VaiH'miYrr Los Angeles 2. BcrnicT, Goring, Mai-olte- Vaiiciiiivev menl. Umieux. Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1, dc- [cnceman Carol Vadnais' Ibree goals sparked California Golden Seals' 4-4 he with SI. and Minnesota Bines Louis North WHAT A BIRTHDAY PRESENT Boston Bruins centre Phii Espcxiio (7) a rebound shot in'o goal pnil- his brother, Chicago Black Hawks goalie Tony Esposi- to (351, in Chicago Sunday. Phi! celcbraled his 30fh birihday Sunday a poir of a oals and an assisi again sttheBIackHawks. (AP Wi rep ho to) Vtrited keeps price .nvo stars sign parts with Dodgers T5y THE ASSOCIATED Frank Kobinson and Philadelphia Stars blanked Pittsburgh Pen- Kelly mauled gums 2-0. In Saturday's nclion, the Can- ndicns tripped Philadelphia 3-1, Toronto defeated Buffalo 4-1 on Darryl Sitller's first three-goal game in the NHL, Boston took Minnesota fi-'l on two short- handed goals, Detroit defeated Pittsburgh fi-2 and Los Angeles Kings downed Vancouver Can- ucks 5-3. The schedule: resumes Tues- day night willi New York at Monlreal, Toronto in Detroit and Boston visiting Vancouver. Phil Esposito, held pointless Minnesota in Saturday's celebrated his -10th birth- day by scoring on thc power play lo lie the game, his 21st while Ihc Bruins held a man- power advantage this season, then registered his 51st of the campaign to put Boston ahead. He also assisted on linemle Wayne Cashman's goal, giving him 102 points tin's year aiid a 1 tic for the lead in Ihc individual 1 scoring rare Ratclle Phil recalled later that j brother Tony had stopped him I twice last year on breakaway? "but if he ever says anything, I now have a little ammunition.1 In becoming only the second j player in NHL history to score more than 50 goals move than once. Esposilio said the records moan little lo him. ''I lo win first place and Mien I want us to win the Stan- lev Cup." said Ihe Sault Sic. PhilniU'lphif] I native. i ''So I'm Ihe onlv ciher guy other than Bobby Hull to score more [han 50 goals twice? Good. It's a great, preat thrill 1o be classified with Bobbv Hull. I think he's the greatest." year fcnosilo scored a record 76 goals and Io2 poinls. PKAIPES ORR But it was Boston Bobby HIT that Chicago coach Billy Rcay credited with mak- ing Hie in the game. "Wo srcmcd lo be going pretty well early in the game but after Ihe Bruins pulled even, and Orr started runnin IT'S A FosrcAffo .MOTHER ;o W GUESS WHAT? SHE U WON SECOISb PRIZE IN-THE Curling battle of giant-killers LONDON fCPI Manchester bye In its last hopes of the Eng- Lycds Vniicd. I'nilcd, for so long leader? of J lish .soccer championship Safur- Now lillc race seems a the First Division, waved good-' day as it crashed to a 5-1 defeat foiir-rluh affair among Icnpuc ----------------------------.-----------------------------------------------------------leaders MunchesUT City. Leeds. tilings, we didn't have much to offer." said Rcay, in his ninth season behind the Black Hawk bench. At Buffalo. Ihs Mahovlich Wills, the of Los Anscles j brolhcrs. Frank and Peter, gave Dudgei-s' pcnnanl have Drydcn the support he needed signed Ihciv 1372 bnsoball con- h-aols for a tclal estimated near apainst the Sabres. Frank scored twice and Peter By CIll'CK SVOBODA Cnnndian Press Staff Writer The Canadian men's curling championship nexl montli shapes up as a gathering of giant killers after provincial playoffs during the weekend saw many of the big names drop out. The weekend aclion left only Columbia wilh ils repre- sentative undecided. Former j champion Kevin Sniale of! Prince George goes against; Bernie Sparks of Xorth Vancou- birthday Sunday, has with rickcrii-R who has been lo him brothers Men- and Terry. u playing lead and second rcspcc-1 lively, and .lim Fox at Uiird. oui by Schell, 8-7. Also DOUR Wyall of Saskaloon.! a loser in Ihc four-rink provin- Iwo-lime winner of Uie national j cial final was Rcgina's Sam Richai-dson, a brother of four- lime Canadian and world cham- pion, Ernie Hicbardson. firefighters' curling title, won j Uic Saskatchewan title Saturday1 with a 73 victory over Bruce Schell, also of Saskatoon. Derby County and champions Arsenal. reigning Wills, the longtime shortstop Manchester Vniled held its own unlit hainimc, bul then Leeds turned on the type of power fooihall xvhirh IMS raatlc lcad joined thc il one of inc sLronge-st clubs in i Dod a sa] m the world. England striker Mick Jones The Ibc ear-old out- fielder aequi'Td frfrni Baltimore Orioles for (our players durinfi game wilhout a loss bu [lie winter, signed Sunday for about S140.00H." II was s'lO.OOO more Mian he1 made with the Orioles and MO.wn less than he was seeking his new team. ver in a besl-of-lhrce starting today. But o[ the olhLT 10 conten- ders already decided, only Monlrcal's Bill Kent has pro- i viously .skipped a rink in UIG na-1 Kent wrcnpcd up (he Quebec championship .Satuitlay with an undefeated rcccrd in the ll-rink round-robin tournament at Quebec City. Ql'EUEC ACE BACK j Kent, who skipped rinks in the 1963 and 1970 chamni onships, is hack (his year wilh Murray Grcgga at lead. Don i Aitken second and Art LobcD i third. I Other former p r o v i n c i a 1 champions eliminated during I the weekend were Ilec Gorvais of St. Albert. Alia., Cnna-; di-on and world champion: once while the Montreal goalie i Pickering of Avonlra, Snsk., was turning aside 32 shots. anf] Bill Tellcy of Northern On- II marked Canadians' lllh tano. ELRICH TIRE T ssz ALBERTA JUNIOR 17 1 3J9 1P3 13 IT 14 1 151 198 39 17 M 1 Mi IK 17 1-1 17 7 MS 716 X LEAGUE W L T F A PI lon .13 S 9 ?.i7 13? T5 ifi 11 10 155 138 84 lrcal 33 13 12 219 75 osl 15 25 9 1H IBS 5? 3.1 26 11 li-i 167 5V ctuvc-r 16 36 5 US 303 37 alo 11 35 14 152 36 tdmontcn Movr SATURDAY ?fhbridciP 1 Red Deer 1 Drumheller 3 Montreal 3 Philadelphia 1 Los Angeles 5 Vancouver 3 American TidcAafor 1 2 Boslcn Cleveland 1 Herilicy 6 2 7 19.1 121 9 H3 lift J4 165 9 U7 !OI 11 l.O 1RJ only Ihcir first win in Memorial Pin8 Danny Fink of Winnipeg, Auditorium since thc start of the 1070-71 season. Ratelle, with goals, ac- cepted his ICO-point milestone with a shrug and a smile. It was lincmaic Vic Hadfield, who scrambled, into the net behind which helped Griffins capture citv title Tlic Winston Churchill Bull-. Butte with 13 points while Di- dogs knocked off another lop! anne Davics hooped seven for club downing Ihe second place the losers. Milk River Cornels B3-45 in; Southwest Boy's Basket ball League action Saturday. Friday night the Bulldogs tripped up the third place dale Gaels 50-42. Ken Nnkama and Allan Har- rold paced the Bulldogs v.Hh 1H points apiece in their viclory over the Comets wlule RanJy Evers led Milk River with 14. In the only other boy's gamp schedu'cd Saturday nicnt Ihc Picfure Butte K i n c s edged Foil rivers Kevin Gibh outstanding for Picture w i 1 h a 2.V nu'ing uhilo Len Zee I man notched 14 points for Fort Mac- Icod. In SculhwcsL (iii-l's Ba.-kol- bnll league play. i n s t n n Churchill Griffins dropped .Milk K'vcr XoniMis Foi I f.'iR'lcod .Mctcnrs blasted turo re 54-25. Jean Bu sows ky led I hi.1 Grif- fins over the Zeniths with 11 pc-inLs wililc Lnrrilic managed 13 p.jinls in a losing caiiso. Jeanne Schwindt was h i i; h .vcorcr for Fort Macleod in Ihcir easy victory over I1 i c t u r o got three goals and Allan Clarke and Peler Lonmcr were the other scorers. range. Detroit goaltender Andy Browii Hvo stars join only 2-1 for the puck after Ralelle's first Dodgers. Among j goal thai gave him an even 100 oilier signer Ihc 1-J si ill nol satisfied are three of the front four starters Jack's Plumbing Serving iGlhhridgc FOR ESTIMATES PHONE JACK FULLER 328-2515 Manchester, which nou- has cone nine league games v.iihoul victory. Leeds slill I rails Manchester City by two points after City's ]-n win against II udder.Afield Town. City. mi.vsmg il.s team caplain, Colin Bell. was C o n d for Huddcrsfirld. j j needed an overhead kick bv Tho Winston Churchill Grif- j fender Tommy Booth lo produce fins finally eaincd revenue on Ihn only goal after .so minutes, the [..C.I. Clinpcr Queens bv; caplurinc Ihe City Girl's Mich f'AM School Basketball cliampfonsliip. ilcrhy Cnuniv lillc. had no difficulty in Since Ihc Ihree locnl high, point behind bv school girl's hrskclball teams hoUnni-nf-lhc-lablc Xoltir.tihain dor'l participate in duwniiig Den- UK (liant o[ Medicine Hal 7-5. M.'iyi-r now jidvanccs lo the Alherla finals starling in Ycl- pninLs. The Xcw York star is having such a big season ne has no idea how many pucks he has saved. "I don't know." .said "Ratcllc after the game. "I give them to my wife to save. I must have cighl or nine." Toronio Maple Leafs traded dcfenceman ,Iim Dorey lo New York for rookie Pierre Jany be- fore Sunday's game, hut the move to add scoring punch to the listless club had iitHo cffoci. Flamboyant Boh Kelly took a run al c-vci-y Toronio player in si L'hl and Icam-niate, Bobbv LEADERS: Esposi Ra'cN I Orr, B NY Had'iMiJ, TJ R Hull, C NY uf now-rclired Don Duguid win thc Canadian and world titles the last two years, was also elimi- nated in the Manitoba playoffs Saturday. Orest Meleschuk of Winnipeg j emerged as the Manitoba cham-1 pion after Iwice defeating the Fink rink. Meleschuk beat Gary Ross of Winnipeg 11-8 and fj-7 lo win the best-oMhree final thai j wrapped up the Manitoba com- j petition. With Meleschuk arc Dave Ro- mano at third. John llanesiak second and lead Pal. llaillcy. NEW ALBERTA FACES Mel Walchorn of Fail-view; Pornflnd t san Lakn pave Alberta's Peace River dis-1 intomniii tricl its first provincial champi-! p0'rni THOI-IO onship Saturday when he de- Easier fented Roy Talbot of Rod Deer j 7-5 in the final of a four-rink uw 4 cumnn playoff. Pociiria 7 Talbol, who defeated i 9-R earlier Saturday, had v Jnnirs ,J viously eliminated Ron North- st. Boniinr" 9 Pnnflnr colt of Calgary. Ihrcc-lime Ca- nadian ami world -J 73 'ArybLr Forl Worlh 0 Western 1 i Per; Huron A ics 7 v.'ayne 1 Easlcrn ro 3 3 Jaw 3 Toronto 0 American Fort r> Tui-.a 7 Omsha 6 Oklahoma Ol Wcslcrn S Sfl Prince Albcrl 7 W-lvilio 1 Regina Blues 9 Recjlna 1 Alberta" Junior Edmonton Movers J Lethbrlrlpe 1 Caluriry Couqars 5 Fdmonloh Leals 1 Wgslcrn Canada Mpdiclne 7 Etlrr.onlon I Saskolcnn .1 Vicforl.i 3 BASKETBALL SCORES SUNDAY NBA Phooniy 171 Dplroit 107 103 Cliicaao 100 Atisnla 11 111 Rnst 109 Porllni ABA 113 irph York II ,ITna 113 Frier's Ut-point performance, Pat Schandor chipped in with 14 for i ho 'inffm.s, who led '.VI half-linic. (I.OSKI) Millwall doscrl Hn points ,'it Ihc df UK-" Serum. Division n hniuc vic'nry against Onml. Iiivision leaders Norwich could only draw (i-O aw.'iy In Cardiff. There im top of (he Third DIUMOII uilh IhR Ihrnc Icnrlinjf dubs AMon f'larkr sf-orrd twice in loadinp i ,_, Ihe hometown Fivers past Ihe I nadian diampim, in fadinc Ix-afs. i (hn AHicrla playoffs Walchorn, who celebratod hi.s Slim Otter son wins two games S Hui WCIAA scmi-F i n a I i Canada "hn J UBT 7.) I UBC w inibcllcr Ihe Spring- P R 1 N C K ALBERT. Sask. CCP) The rink in the Canadian .seniors curling lo go louknifo Frirlay. Mn: in Dr Slrijtib rink f h.'iiik won Ihc Allierla i back to ihc book if roMilt.s from mixi'd curling championships, j llic firsi two rounds are any in- ihe Alf rink j dication. from lli-i.oks 10 in the A- 13 Siurl.'iy The Si WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. TABER CIVIC CENTRE TOR KAMATA vi BIG JOHN QUINN KURK VON HESS CARLOS BELAFONTTE tUECK vs ANSON BUTCHER vs JOVICA S2 SI.50 mly iinr all hi Division S Ilmled incrca cd poinls hy liiTiilford There uas rhfumo al Ihe, lop of Ihe Divi- sion, wilh Cellic edging toward ils scvcnlh MIWSJVC league title wilh n i-n win against Dun- fernilmo >lippr'd six points behind Aberdeen fnllou- ing a 2-0 defeal Mother- well. ibb rink iucludc-d cy at third. Ron second and Marie Du- j The foursome from the wesl- (-ontral mining town of Huchans, skipped by v liuddcn, lauglil thc giime from a UNI 'filof] in IJiP knockout hy a bank_ Sun. pul. Ihc theories into thing didn'i. work. They lost 111-3 lo Ilio fnvorrd Slim Otlerson Mail' vcr medallist nova. Thrir brivik up the I I.-IN ninn-icd sil- Shir- ULiiTiutio could Irinn llircc ill Japan. rink of find to Cinr- flon Wnlkcr's rink from I'i.'i. Ill Imlh draws Uioy ran inln trmihlc up five in the first, end to Ihe Alberta rink four in Hie [irsl end lo Rril- Columbia. Kor 01 lorson. wlm Iwlll draws Sunday, Ihc breeze over Uie bye. I Newfoundland was the only i easy touch he had. In his scc- I ond-round match against. Nova Scotia, he needed an extra, end to win B-fi. For Don Bauld's rink from Halifax, il. was Ilic first loss. In the opening round Hie rink dis- posed of Chris Gallant, of Char- loltelown 7-5, thanks lo a Iwo on Ihe last end. Tlrc championship, in which all participants niu.vt he morn than 50 years old, is an ll-rink, round-robin affair which in- cludes all provinces, plus Norlh- ern Onlario. Tuo rounds are. scheduled for today. In the third round, Newfound- land play s Saskatchewan, Quebec meets Alberta, Now Brunswick takes on Prince Kd- warcl Island, Norllicrn Onlario plays Ontario, B.C. is against Nova Scotia and Manitoba gels FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GRIP ELBICH TIRE LTD. 44J 'III Joulh HIIVICI Phone JJ74866 or ;