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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Nbruary 25, 1971 - THI LITHBRIDOI HIRAID - If Canadiens push Seals further into the cellar COLOR ME BLUE-St. Louis Blues' centra Garry linger (7) fires puck Penguins and Blues battled to a 5-5 deadlock. Flying on the Ice at left past Pittsburgh goalie Les Binkley (30) for the first goal of Wednesday's is Penguins' defenceman Dune McCallum. National Hockey League game in Pittsburgh, linger scored twice as the Bezics finish in ninth position in pairs event Magnussen in fourth spot in competition LVON, France (CP) - Trlxi Schuba of Austria, Karen Mag-: n us sen's most highly-touted rival in the current world figure skating championship for individual women, took an early lead today in the much-anticipated competition here. Miss Schuba held first place in the 22-entry field with 336.8 points after two rounds of compulsory school figures, leaving Miss Magnussen of Canada in fourth place with 295.2. Second to Miss Schuba was Julie Lynn Holmes of the United States at 314.4 while Rita Tra-panese of Italy held down third spot with 302.8. Two more of the six school figures are scheduled for later today and the championships will be decided after a free-skating finale Saturday night. "I can't let her get ahead any further," said the 18-year-old Miss Magnussen about her Austrian rival during the first of the school figures. COULD COME BACK But experts here say that even if Miss Schuba builds up a sizable lead over the girl from Vancouver, Miss Magnussen can still come back with a formidable bid for top honors during the free-skating. Miss Magnussen, a widely-favored competitor after three previous tries for the title, was tipped as strong in the school figures along with her excellence in the free skating. As she concentrated on winning her first world title, two other Canadian girls-first-timer Dlarnie Hall of Toronto and Ruth Hutchinson of Vancouver -were 20th and 16th respectively after the initial two rounds. Miss Hutchinson emerged from this morning's slow-motion contest with 251.2 points while Miss Hall had 245.6. Despite Miss Schuba's fine performance in her strongest-rated speciality, Canadian team officials remained optimistic about Miss Magnussen's chances for victory. A solid contingent of Canadian fans is here to cheer on the blue-eyed blonde and her two IT'S HERE NOW THE NEW 1971 YAMAHA 90 A 90 c< machine with a 5 peed gearbox and the dependable auto-lube lubrication system. Factory Installed governor available rated at 4.9 h.p. See the complete 1971 Yamaha line Available Now. YAMAHA CYCLE SALES A SERVICE located Under the Water Tower Phone 328-6977 compatriots In the world stakes. Possibly a good omen for them all may have been the solid performance recorded in the Russian-won pairs event Wednesday night by 14-year-old Sandra Bezic and her brother i "Just our best, that's all we Val, 18, of Toronto. I want to do," Miss Bezic had In their second year of pairs said prior to the free-skating fi-competition, the Bezics finished nale of the pairs before 12,000 ninth in the event after a 14th- fans and international television place achievement in 1970. | cameras. Boccabella his pride and joy Doby extremely happy WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CP) - Larry Doby, the burly batting instructor for Montreal Expos, is particularly happy today over the improvement he has brought about in two players familiar to Montreal's Jarry Park fans. They are catcher John Boccabella and second baseman Gary Sutherland. Of the two, Boccabella Is Doby's pride and joy. The work with Sutherland is more recent, but Doby is confident it will show this season. Of course Doby has given personal attention to other regulars -catcher John Bateman, for example-either at the instructional league camp at Braden-ton, Fla., or at the regular spring training camp here. Unfortunately most of Demy's work remains hidden to Mont- real fans. But much of It will show eventually. Throughout the baseball season he toils tirelessly among the youngsters with the National League club's five minor league affiliates. Boccabella gladdened Doby's heart last season by boosting his batting average an impressive 164 points over his weak .105 average the previous season. WORKS HARD Sutherland, whose average dropped to .208 in 1970 from .239 in 1969, went to the instructional league camp for intensive work and has continued it at West Palm Beach. The first thing the former American League slugger does with all players-veterans and youngsters-is to give them an exact awareness of the strike zone. ANDY CAPP HEHi HEW HEM HEM H HEHf HEHi HEHi HEH, "You don't acquire that," Doby said. "You've got to be taught it and learn it to know just what's likely to happen when that ball is coining at you. "Then there is the use of hands. A batter must have quick hands-likea boxer, Many players use their bodies alone. That's not enough. Quick hands end body work must be co-ordinated or the batter will find himself in trouble." Two of the young players Doby is enthusiastic about are Terry Humphrey, a 21-year-old catcher, and Pepe Frias, a shortstop from the Dominican Republic, who will be 23 this summer. Frias was signed by the Expos as a free agent late in 1969 while with the Thetford Mines, Que., team of the Quebec Provincial League. Last season be was seat to Jacksonville, and, with Doby's help, surprisingly bit a solid .254. McNally signs big contract MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - The list of unsigned Baltimore Orioles diminished to seven Wednesday when one of Baltimore's pitching Big Three, Dave McNally, agreed to terms for an estimated $85,000. McNally, a 20-game winner in each of the last three years, and owner of a 66-26 record over that stretch, received "a sizeable raise," personnel < rector Harry Dalton announced. The 28  year  old southpaw earned a reported $65,000 last season when he posted a 24-9 mark in the regular season and tacked on two additional victories in the American League pennant playoff and the World Series. KAINAI INVITATIONAL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT Kainai Sports Centre, Standoff, Alberta SAT., FEB. 27 - SUN., FEB. 28 $1,500 IN PRIZE MONEY 10 TOP INDIAN TEAMS FROM SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA ALL-STAR AWARDS - TROPHY PRESENTATIONS 13 Garnet - 8 on Saturday - 5 on Sunday ADMISSION - PER- DAY ADUTS: Sl.SO - STUDENTS S1.00 - CHILDREN 306 Sponsored by RED CROW PARK RECREATION BOARD AND KAINAI CHIEFS HOCKEY CLUB She conceded that performing under such spotlight conditions causes nervous flutters since, "you never get use to it." But the blue-clad Canadian duo drew applause as they con fidently went through their intricate paces Wednesday night to a melange of music which began with a booming Brahams theme. By NICK FERRIS Canadian Press Staff Writer Montreal Canadiens took a solid step Wednesday towards ensuring that the first player picked in this summer's National Hockey League amateur draft ends up in their possession. The Canadiens, who own California's first pick through a previous trade dumped the Golden Seals 5-2, re-inforcing the Seal's chances of ending the season with the worst record and the right to choose first in the draft. In other NHL action, St. Louis Blues and Pittsburgh Penguins skated to a 5-5 tie. New York Rangers defeated Philadelphia Flyers 4-2 and Minnesota North Stars downed Los Angeles Kings 5-1. The reason Montreal might appear anxious that California get first choice could be Guy Lafleur. NOW HAS 110 GOALS The 20-year-old native of Thurso, Que., has an incredible 110 goals and 69 assists in 53 games this year with Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Junior Hockey League. While the Canadiens have several promising rookies, they lack one with the potential for superstar status of Gil Per-reault who has 30 goals and 25 assists in his first year with * Buffalo Sabres and is a leading contender for rookie-of-the-year honors. Veteran Jean Beliveau fired two power-play goals as the Canadiens romped to a 3-0 first period lead at Oakland. The Canadiens peppered 44 shots at California goalie Chris Worthy, 21 in the final period when they added two more goals, while Rogatien Vacfaon faced 22 drives in Montreal's net. Garry Unger, recently acquired from Detroit Red Wings, fired a pair of goals at Pittsburgh, including the tying marker, as the Blues twice blew one-goal leads. Carl Brewer, also acquired in the Detroit trade and playing in his first game this season, scored one goal. New York's win was their i first home victory against the Flyers since Oct. 16, 1968. In previous games in the stretch, the two clubs tied eight of 10 games with the Flyers winning the other two. The Rangers scored once in each of the first two periods and added two more in the final 20 minutes to break the hex. Doug Molins and Ted Hamp-son, both acquired this week in trades with Chicago Black Hawks and California, respectively, provided the one-two punch in Minnesota's win. Mohns scored Minnesota's first goal while Hampson set up the North Stars' next two. In tonight's action, Montreal meets the Kings at Los Angeles, Toronto Maple Leafs play host to Minnesota, Vancouver Can- Balazs, Heck pace Saints to victory St. Basil's Jumped Into a 1-0 lead in their best of five City Recreation Hockey League "B" semi-final series as they trounced the M and K Generals 7-0 last night. The Saints were never In doubt of a victory as they held period scores of 2-0 and 6-0. Bob Balazs was the big gun for the Saints as he pumped in three goals and helped in two others. Jerry Heck also played an outstanding game as he added four assists to bis single marker. Dick Cusson chipped in with two goals in the lop-sided victory while Brian Murkin rounded out the Saints markers. The two clubs split the 10 minor penalties called in the contest. Tonight the second game in the series "A" between the Labor Club and U of L Chi-nooks will be on tap at 8 p.m. The Generals and the Saints tangle again Monday night. ucks visit Boston Bruins, St. Louis travels to Detroit and Buffalo goes to Philadelphia. MONTREAL 5, CALIFORNIA t First Period - 1. Montreal, Belf-veau 19 (F. Mahovllch, Trembley) 4:16; 2. Montreal, Roberto 10 (Beliveau, F. Mahovllch) 13:33; 3. Montreal Beliveau 20 (Cournoyer, Tardlf) 16,50. Penalties - Hextall 3:18, Beliveau 10:55, Ferguson 13:53, Robertt 16:50. Second Period - 4. California, Marshall 2 (Ehman, Williams) 15:32. Penalty - Marshall 12:20. Third Period - 5. Montreal, Houle (Richard, Lemalrel 14.41; �. California, Williams 11 (Jarrett, Stack-house) 1B.07) 7. Montreal. P. Mehov-llch IB. 19.40. Penalties - StackhouM 3.26, Tardif 19.17. Shots on goal by Montreal ........... 11 11 11-44 California.......... 4 4 It-It MINNESOTA S LOS ANGELES 1 First Period - 1. Minnesota, Mohni 5 (Harris) 11:09; 2. Los Angelas, Byeri 17 (Berry) 15:37. Penalties - Paris* 1:24; Backstrom 1:43, Paris* 4:45, Flett 18:35. Sceond Period - No scoring. Penalties - Robinson 8:24, Glbbs 13:12, Lot, Angeles bench served by Robinson 17:23. Third Period - J. Minnesota1, Golds-worthy 22 (Hampson, Grant) 0:51; 4. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 23 (Hampson, Gibbs) 4:15, 5. Minnesota, LaboMlerc 17 (Parlse, LBWson") 8:54; 6. Minnesota, Labosslere IB, 14:42. Penalties- Glbbs 1:26, Flett 5:40, Parlse, Byeri 9:13, Gibbs 11:16, Lemleux 17:41. Shots on goal by Los Angeles ........ II 4 11-11 Minnesota .......... II  U-It PITTSBURGH 5 ST. LOUIS } First Period - 1. St. Louis, Unger 15 (Roberts, Connelly) 5:09. 2. Pitts-burgh. Prentice 13 (Hextall, Schlnkel) 8:29; 3. St. Louis, St. Marseille IS (Picard) 9:39. Penalties - MeCr�*ry 3:40, Lorentz 7:53. Second Period-4. Pittsburgh, Prentice 14 (Bathqate, Rupp) 11:4�; 5. Pittsburgh, Polls, 18 (McCallum) 18:41 Penalties - Brewer ma|or Hextall ma|or, Rupp 4:05, Sabourln 11:21, Salty 13:29. Third Period - 8. St. Louis, Brewer 1, 1:33; 7. Pittsburgh, PronovoM II (Apps, Boyer) 4:09; 8. Pittsburgh, Harbaruk 11 (Schock) 8:14; 9. St. Louis, Sabourln 14 (Connelly, B. Me-Creary) 7:21; 10. St. Louis, Unger II (Connelly, Lorentzt 13:57. Penalties- Lorentz 2:41, Kanneglsser, Bordeleau 3:49, B. Plager 10 minute misconduct 4:09, Boyer 5:23, Morrison 7:57. Shots on goal by St. Louis ........ ... I 11 II-� Pittsburgh .......... II t �-� NEW YORK 4 PHILADELPHIA t First Period - 1. New York, Ntvln 15, 4:04. Penalties - Selling 1:21, Johnson, Balon 3:42, L. Hlllmen 4:44. Park 8:21, Philadelphia bench served by MacLelJh 8:44, Gilbert. Lesuk t:45, Hadfleld 4:44, Clarke 17:28, Stemkow. ski 19:41. Second Period - 2. New York, Hid. field 13 (Ratelle, Stewart) 10:24. Penalties - Van Imp* 8:21, Nelison 7:55. Third Period - 3. New York, Irvine 14, 3:43; 4. Philadelphia, Lacrotx II (Gendron, Clarke) 5:45; 5. New York, Gilbert 23 (Balon, Tkauuk) 1:51; 8. Philadelphia, Gendron 17 (Nolet. Clarke) 10:34. Penalties - Gilbert, Lesuk minors, malora 0:51, Nellsan 4:40, Dornhoefer, Glacomln 5:37, Gendron 7:08, Stemkowskl 10:10. Shots on goal by Philadelphia........ < 4 T-17 New York .......... * � 11-31 FREE GAS FREE PLATES NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH EACH CAR PURCHASE WE WILL SUPPLY YOU WITH ALL THE GAS YOU CAN USE FOR A WHOLE MONTH AND YOUR 1971 LICENSE PLATES I SKYLARK CAMPERS mid TRAILERS H0MC0 and RITZCRAFT MOBILE HOMl COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGH Phons 327-3165 ;