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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Ftbruary 28, 1974 Inquire now about ALASKA CRUISES via P 0 Lines SPIRIT OF LONDON. 8 Day Cruise priced from June 3 thru September 23. For further Information and bookings contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 Toros replaced at top, Whalers in driver's seat By THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston-born John Cunniff helped New England Whalers kick Toronto Toros out of first place in the World Hockey Association East Division Wednesday night. The former Boston College star scored twice as the Whalers tripped the Toros 5-3 in Boston to break a tie between the two clubs for top spot in the division. Wednesday's goals gave the left-winger five in four games since the Whalers called him up from Jacksonville Barons of the American Hockey League. The win put New England in the driver's seat in the first-' place fight. They lead the Toros by two points but have three more games to play than Toronto. Toronto had grabbed a share of first place with a 2-0 win over the Whalers Sunday, night in Toronto. Tonight the Toros have to deal with Winnipeg Jets at Ottawa while the Whalers visit New Jersey Knights. Cunniff broke a 2-2 tie with a 25-shot off a rebound late in the second period, then scored New England's fifth goal in the third period. Pat Hickey scored twice for the Toros. In Wednesday's other game, Minnesota Fighting Saints edged Los Angeles Sharks 5-4. Saints 5 Sharks 4 The Saints won their fifth in a row and strengthened their hold on second place in the WHA West Division, opening six-point lead over the third- place Jets. Mike Walton picked up two assists for the Saints and moved past Toronto's Wayne Carleton into second place in the scoring race. He has 82 points and Carleton 81. Gordie Howe, the leader, has scored 84 points for Houston Aeros. "It doesn't matter how old he said Walton of Howe. "I know he is playing better than he did with Detroit a few years back when his wrist was bothering him." "I don't know if he can keep up the pace or not, but I think the next week will tell. We've got four games in five days and it would be nice to string together some .points." Wayne Connelly scored twice for the Saints but it was Ted Hampson who scored the winner on a third-period play engineered by Walton and Bob MacMillan. Besides the Winnipeg- Toronto and New England- New Jersey games, tonight's schedule has Cleveland Crusaders visiting Minnesota, Vancouver at Quebec Nordiques and Houston at Chicago Cougars. SPRING CLEAR-OUT OF 'TOP QUALITY' USED CARS TRUCKS 1972 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL No. 4387A, automatic temperature air conditioning windows, seats, door locks, trunk release, 0I automatic speed control. List Price SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1971 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL No. U466A, automatic temperature air conditionin windows, seats, door locks, trunk release. 0 List price SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1970 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4 door sedan, No. 2533A, V8 auto., p.s., p.b., radio, light blue metallic. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1970 DODGE MONACO 4 door sedan, No. 2513A, V8, auto., p.s., p.b., radio, green .metallic. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1965 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER V8, auto., p.s., p.b., radio, blue in color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1967 IHC TRAVELALL V8, auto., 6 passenger, tan in color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1970 CHEV STATION WAGON No. 2531 A, V6, auto., p.s., p.bl, radio, blue in color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1969 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 door sedan, No. 5418A, V8. auto., p.s., p.b., radio, gold metallic. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1973 INTERNATIONAL VzTON No. U468 VB Auto. P.S.. P-b.. radio, long wheel base, chrome wheels, 12 000 miles, gold in color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1969 DODGE POLARA 4 door. No. 3373A, 6 cyl., auto., radio, green in color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1969 G.M.C. V2 TON No. 5339A. V8. auto., p.s., p.b., radio. 8' box, brown. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1969 CHEV TON No. 5425A, V8, auto., p.s., p.b., radio, 8' box, blue and white. SPRING CLEAR-OUT .11975 '1975, 1969 FARGO TON No. 5431 A, V8. 4 speed. 8' and black. SPRING CLEAR-OUT 1974 DODGE TON No. S430A 360 V8 auto, p.s., p.b.. long wheel base, radio, fold in color. Approx. 8000 miles. S Jj PRING CLEAR-OUT HU 1971 IHC TRAVELALL NO.U456A, V8, auto., p.s., p.b., radio, air conditioning 6 passenger, tan color. SPRING CLEAR-OUT ifring Spring Days mOTORS TopQuality USED GARS LETHBRIDGE Chryttor-Ptrmoirlh A Dodgt Truck Comor of 1tt A 7th Street South Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lower 7th StrMt Shopping Mall Ltthbridgc, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES... I Pile-up Vic Hadfield of the New York Rangers, in light uniform, falls into the net on top of goalie Gary Smith of Vancouver Canucks Wed- nesday night in Madison Square Garden. Also in the action are Barry Wilkins (4) and Chris Oddleifson (11) of the Canucks. Esposito continues to have hot hand Hawks reach first place perch By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian Press Staff Writer After spending more than two months chasing Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Black Hawks have a piece of first place again in the National Hockey League West Division. Helped by a routinely brilliant performance by goalie Tony Esposito, the Hawks stopped Minnesota North Stars 3-1 to move into a first-place tie with the Flyers. Esposito spotted the Stars a goal by Bill Goldsworthy in the second minute of the game, then shut them out for the rest of the night. He finished with 28 saves. It was a return to form for Esposito, who allowed four Pittsburgh goals in a loss Sun- day night when a win would have put the Hawks into a first place tie. IN HOT PURSUIT The February pursuit of the Flyers had been a hot one for the Hawks until Sunday. They had 10 wins and a tie to show for the 11 starts in the month before losing that game. Weekend Windfall Fri.toMon. Weekend savings plan: save yours, rent ours! 0095 GAS) Unlimited Mileage! Cftevy Vega Big cars or small your choice while they last at this rate. Drive as far as you want. No additional mileage charge. Pay only the gas you use. Budget Rent a GET AWAY ON A WEEKEND WITH A "GET-AWAY RATE" CALL: 328-6555 LOHBRMX, AIRPORT 1 Esposito only once allowed more than one goal in that 11- game stretch, giving up eight goals in all and chalking up five shutouts. Once Esposito had Wednes- day's game under control, Dennis Hull took care of the offence. He set up a first-period goal by Lynn Powis to tie the game, scored himself in the first period to put Chicago in front and then scored an insurance goal, his 25th of the year, in the third period. In Wednesday's other games, New York Rangers downed Vancouver Canucks 4- 2, Pittsburgh Penguins beat Los Angeles Kings 4-1 and California Golden Seals tied St. Louis Blues 2-2. Vancouver coach Phil Malo- ney was with two of his players, Richard Lemieux and Bobby Lalonde, and later with referee Andy Van Hellemond. Lemieux and Lalonde weren't dressed for the game because they failed to show up for a light workout earlier in the day. Maloney called it "a disciplinary action." Maloney, who said he Wrestlers in Cardston The best high school wrestlers in Alberta will be competing in the third annual provincial high school wrestling championships in Cardston this weekend. The Cardston High School will host the two-day championships which get underway Friday and conclude Saturday. Wrestling teams from such places as Bonneville. Camrose, Calgary. Medicine Hat. Delia and Red Water will visit Cardston for the weekend affair. Some 15 weight-class titles are up for grabs in the championship finals which sees matches slated from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and matches set from 10 a.m. to 12 o'clock noon and p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. recommended Van Hellemond to the NHL when he saw him in an amateur game a few years ago, questioned his calls and "also questioned his ancestry" after some of his calls Wednesday. The Canucks claimed that two Ranger goals were scored with New York players illegally parked in the crease. Vancouver goalie Gary Smith squawked so loudly about one of them he was given a misconduct. Jean Ratelle scored the first two Ranger goals. The Penguins did all of their scoring in a 14-minute stretch during the second period. CHICAGO 3, MINNESOTA 1 First period 1. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 34 (Ahrens, Bergman) 2. Chicago. Powis 8 (Hull) 3. Chicago. Hull 24 (Powis, Magnuson) Penalty Reid Second period No scoring. Penalties Redmond Holbrook. Rota Third period 4. Chicago. Hull 25. White Penalty Hextall on goal by Chicago 20 3 9 14 EsDOSito. Chicago. Worsley, Minnesota. Attendance N.Y. RANGERS 4, VANCOUVER 2 period 1. Vancouver. Kearns 4 (McSheffrey) Penalties Harris Butler Oddleifson Second period 2. NY Rangers. Ratelle 22 (Rousseau) 3. Vancouver, Ververgaert 15 (Boudrias) 4. NY Rangers. Ratelle 23 (Selling. Gilbert) Penalties Kearns Boddy. Wilson Rousseau Third period 5. NY Rangers. Park 20 (Stemkowski) 6. NY Rangers, Fairbairn 9 (Park. Rousseau) Penalties Pratt Smith misconduct Fairbairn 1556. Shots on gow by VancouMT 15 10 New York 10 15 Attendance 17.500. PITTSBURGH 4, LOS ANGELES 1 First period No scoring. Penalties Murphy, Paradise Lukowicl? Stackhousc Kannegiesser Second period 1. Los Angeles. Goring 18 (Maloney) 2. Pittsburgh. MacDonald. 30 (Ourbano) 3. Pittsburgh. McManama 2 (Stoughton. Bianchin) 4. Pittsburgh. Pronovost 26. 1021: 5. Pittsburgh. Schock 12 (Stoughton, Kelly) Penalties OurOano Stacfchouse Third period No scoring. Penalties Long St. Marseille Paradise Sftots on goal bj Lot Angelei 11 12 ntsburfh 17 11 Attendance ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS South Division W L T F Claresholm .19 3 2 173 91 40 Leth. Elks .14 7 3 174 103 31 Leth. Warr. 12 10 2 152 116 26 Vauxhall.. 8 13 3 138 159 19 Crowsnest 4 18 1 97 219 9 North Division Vulcan 13 6 3 132 110 29 Standard 9 10 3 124 112 21 High River 8 9 5 116 128 21 Okotoks 4 15 2 10 108 176 SCORING LEADERS South Division John McKee. Clar...............63 Larry McDonald. Clar............62 Gordon Miller, Vaux.............61 Brian Massam. Clar.............60 Mike Boychuk. Elks.............57 Bob Quinell. Warr...............46 Terry Kress, Vaux...............43 Doug Odland. Vaux.............38 Harvie Pocza. Warr..............35 Greg Lewis. Warr...............34 North Division Ron Schlat. Vul.................74 Glen McCallam. Vul.............56 Tim Minue. Oko.................47 Lee Switzer. HR ................44 Gordon Flarerude. HR...........44 Lonnie Root. Steve Dunham. Oko............37 Monty Jesperson. Oko...........35 Ron Simonin. Stan..............34 Derrick Ashmore. Oko...........30 NATIONAL East Division W L T F A Pts Boston 41 10 7 262 158 89 Montreal 36 16 8 222 169 80 Rangers. 32 16 12 227 181 76 Toronto 27 21 12 216 179 66 Buffalo 26 26 7 189 196 59 Detroit 22 30 8 201 244 52 Islanders 15 28 15 139 187 45 Vancouver 17 34 10 169 232 44 WMtDhrMon Phila......35 14 9 198 124 79 Chicago 32 12 15 200 116 79 St. Louis 23 28 10 169 166 56 Atlanta 22 28 11 159 188 55 LA........21 30 10 167 196 52 Minnesota 18 28 14 182 212 50 Pittsburgh 19 34 6 170 213 44 California. 11 42 8 156 263 30 HOCKEY SCORES National NY Rangers 4 Vancouver 2 Pittsburgh 4 Los Angeles 1 Chicago 3 Minnesota 1 St. Louis 2 California 2 World Minnesota 5 Los Angeles 4 New England 5 Toronto 3. American Cincinnati 4 Virginia 1 Richmond 7 Hershey 5 Springfield 7 New Haven 5 Central Dallas 5 Tulsa 4 Fort Worth 6 Oklahoma City 4 Western Portland 7 Phoenix 3 Denver 7 Salt Lake 3 International Toledo 4 Columbus 2 Saginaw 5 Fort Wayne 0 Port Huron 2 Flint 1 Western International Trail 5 Nelson 4 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 7 Humboldt 3 First game best-of-seven quarter- final B.C. Junior Nanaimo 4 Merritt 2 WORLD EM! Division L T ..34 26 .32 29 ..32 28 .28 27 N. England Toronto Quebec Cleveland Chicago.....27 2S? New Jersey .26 34 West Division W L T .-38 18 ..34 26 .29 29 F A 2 224 206 70 4 251 227 68 3 239 219 67 5 192 197 61 3 192 204 57 2 193 235 54 Houston Minnesota Winnipeg Edmonton Vancouver L. Angeles .30 30 .23 37 ..21 41 WHA LEADERS F A PIS 5 248 161 81 1 246 212 69 5 206 226 63 0 207 216 60 0 225 253 46 0 182 249 42 O A G. Howe. H............ 28 56 84 Walton. M.............. 35 47 82 Carleton. T............. 30 51 81 Connelly. M............ 36 42 78 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Buffalo 122 Boston 1Q4 K.C.-Omaha 85 Atlanta 76 Capital 104 Seattle 100 Los Angeles 110 Milwaukee 108 Chicago 107 Phoenix 95 ABA Kentucky 104 Virginia 83 San Antonio 107 New York 103 Denver 118 Indiana 114 San Diego 119 Carolina 117 OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE PRINTING C.ninook South 327-4591 The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 Ut Ave S Phone 327-6886 or 3274445 ;