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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 21, 197) _ 1HE tflHBXIDGE HtftAtD _ f ANDY CAPP Davidson brilliant in both encounters OW ABOUT IMS ANNIVERSARY I NSVER GOT -AN1 THE TIME NER GOT bRUNK AT ME ASTER'S -AN1 THE OON'T K3R5ET T1 BE BACK WE sv EIGHT, MOTHER'S ceW OID PROMISE x TUSTGIVEMEVL] V ONE INSTANCE P- WHEN I'VE 4 (LETTER DOWN) J BE'OME BEfORE MlbNISHT- AN1 THE TIMES XERVE SWORN NER'E) GET A 'OW ABOUT THE TIME... Hull moves past Richard for three-goal outings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bobby Hull is on the Hires- hold of achieving his seventh National Hockey League sea- son with 40 or more goals, but a new shadow has emerged to plague Chicago Black Hawks' flashy winger. Hull scored three goals and helped set up two others in a 7-5 Chicago victory over Los Angeles Kings Sunday. That ran his season goal total to 39, and with 18 games remaining, he could still make it his fifth season with 50 or more goals. Hull was held to a single as- sist in Montreal Saturday night Summaries SUNDAY CHICAGO T LOS ANGELES S First Period 1. Chicago, R. Hull 87 (Makl, Wlagnuson) 2. Los An- geies, Byers 16 (Widing, Curtis) I Chicago, D. Hull 31 (Koroll, R. Hull 38 (Makl, Stapleton) Penal- tiers Pullord i'M, Campbell Jarrett Lonsberry Koran minor, major, misconduct Kor- oll Second Period 5. Los Angeles, Lonsberry 15, Chicago, Makl 14 (R. Hull, Martin) 7. Los An- geles, Widing 20 (Berry) 8. Chi- cago, Mikita 16 (D. Hull, Koroll) V. Chicago, R. Hull 39 (Pappin, Campbell) Penalty Pulford Third Period 10. Los Anseles, Pul- ford 14 (Marotte, Backstrom) 11. Los Angeles, Lonsbrerry 16 (Lemieux, Pulfordi 12. Chicago, Mikita 17 (Koroll) Penalty Koroll Shots on goalr by Los Angeles........ Chicago............ 11 H Attendance NEW YORK 4 DETROIT 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties A. Brown Hart Had- field Second Period 1. New York, Stem- kowski 13 (Irvine, MacGregor) Penalties Robitallle A, Brown 9-06 Third Period 2. Detroit, Eccle- slone 17 (Berenson, A. Brown) 3 New York, Neilson 7 (MacGregor, Slemkowskl) 4. New York, Tkar- luk 19 (Nevin) 5. Now York, Ir- vine 13 (MacGregor) Penalties .-Gilbert Shots on goal by Dtlrnit 4 5 Hew 10 19 14-4S Attendance ST. LOUIS 3 BUFFALO 1 First Period 1. St. Louis, St. Mar- ieilte 13 (Crisp, Sabourin) 2. Buf- falo, Goyette 12 (Anderson, Marshall) Penalties Hamilton B. Second 'Period 3. St. Louis, St. Marseille 14 (B. Plager) Penal- ties _ Barrie Unger major, misconduct, Barrie major, misconduct Hamilton Third Period 4. St. Louis, Camer- on 10 (B. Plager, Bordeleau) penalties J Arbour Watson 6-03 St Marseilles Barrls Plcard Shots on goal by St. LOUiS B 15 7-32 Buffalo............. 5 10-21 Attendance TORONTO 4 MINNESOTA 1 First Period 1. Toronto, Ley 4 (Spencer) Penalties Ley Parlse Reid, Ullman Second Period 2. Toronto, Trot- tier 14 (Spencer, Baun) Penal- lies Harvey Monahan Third' Period 3. Toronto, Keon 33 {Ley, Monahan) 4. Minnesota, O'Shea 14 (Lawson, Harris) 5. Toronto, McKenny 4 (Harrison) Penalises Goldsworthy Shots on goal by Toronto J Minnesota.......... H Attendance LOSUANGELES 5 BOSTON 4 First Period 1- Boston, Sanderson 21 (Westfall, Carleton} 2. Bos- ton, Esposito 50 (Hodge) 3. Bos- ton, Hodge 36 Esposito, Orr Pen- alties Marotfe Orr Cur- tis, Cashman majors Carleton 4. Los Angeles, TORONTO I ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1- Toronto, Hender- on 24 (McKenny, Ellis) Penal- Second Period No scoring. Pennl- les Bob Plager Baun Sabourin Third Period 2. St. Louis, Con- icily 9 (Barclay, Plager, Roberts) 3. Toronto, Keon 31 (McKenny, MacMIIIan) i. Toronto, Keon 32 Monatian) Penalties Lay Arbour Shots on eoal by St. Loull Toronto H 10 M Attendance DETROIT J BUFFALO 5 First period 1. Buffalo, Meehan oth in the first period. Dale Henwood started in goal or the Rustlers but left after stopping 24 shots and allowing goals in the first 40 min- Earl Bowie took over in he third period and stopped 19 shots. For the Cougars, Scott Dar- ling stopped 19 shots. Calgary took 11 of 20 minor penalties. LETHBRIDGE t, PONOKA 2 First Period No scoring; Penal- ties simanton {bench Mac- Phee, Mutch. Second period 1. Ponoka, Silver- nagle 2. Ponoka, Grant (Wallls, Bansley) 3. Lelhbridge, George (Dodd, AndrMchuk) Penalties Murphy, Whltford. Third period J. Lethbridge, Chal- mers (George, McDonald) J. Lethbridge, Andreachuk (George. Dodd) 6. Lethbridge, Metres (Paskuski, Robertson) 7. Leth- bridge, McDonald (Robertson) 8. Lefhbridge, McCrea (Chalmers, Damberger) Penalties Mc- Lennan, McPhee, Graham, Parsons, Simanton, Murphy, Parsons, Andrea- chuk. RED DEER 2 LETHBRIDGE 1 First period 1. Lethbridge, Dodd (George) Penalties Andru- chiw, Robertson, Dempster, Ogllvie. Second period 2. Red Deer, Mc- Dougall (wedderburn, Dempster) Penalties McDonald, Weddar- burn. Third period 3. Red Deer, Dougali (Bolkowy, Lindskog) Penalties Paskuskrl, Bartel. (AP) Paul D. Prichette, 31, of Dallas Tex., was killed Sunday whe his fuel powered dragste flipped end-over-end, and disin tegrated during an eliminatio race of the American Hot Roc Association Winter. Nationa championships at Beelin Dragway near here. No one else was injured. WRESTLING TONIGHT! p.m. TABER CIVIC CENTRE AUSTIN AND SWEETAN vi LUECK AND DUPRE 5 Tremendous Matches S2, SI.50 IDOTORS LETHBRIDGE DEAN BENNETT Paris Manager pa BILL CHUDOBIAK Counter Salesman ANNOUNCEMENTS We aro pleased to announce that Bltt CHUDOBIAK has now Joined the parts staff at Fleming Motors Ltd. Bill Is well known in Lethbridge, has always been closely associated with automobiles, and hos served in the parts business for four years. We are also very pleased to tell you that Don Borti Is now our Parts De- rtmenf assistant manager. Ho has served in Fleming's parts division seven years plus with total experience of about 10 yoors. His knowledge and experience will greatly strengthen our ambition and determination to flive you, our customer, a parts service second to none. We ot Fleming Motors ore proud ond confident of our parts staff. Our facilities which include Telex, ossure you of the fastest and most efficient ser- vice possi e. ond Anne 0, a team to sincerely Ihnnk you for your past consideration and patronage and to reaffirm our pledge to continue to give you the best ports service in our oreo. Our honest desire is to serve you best. In closing, we might add that our parts service is sup- ported by a top-line product which bears the name best in the industry. Chryco "All-Make" ports, tho DON BARTZ Assistant Parts Manoger KIYO NISHIJIMA Wholesale Salesman 1st Ave. and 7th Phone 327-1591 IT10TOR5 LETHBRIDCE ANNE QUELCH Steno and Telex Operator ;