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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 2B, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Violence stays says Campbell KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Clarence Campbell, presi- dent of the National Hockey League, said Thursday that violence is and always has been a way o( life in the NHL and he does-not plan to change it. "My number one duty is to keep the NHL a viable said Campbell, pointing out that the league this season would sell 95 per cent of its available tickets and some 10 million people would at- tend league games. "Without violence, it wouldn't be said Campbell, one of four guest speakers at a Queen's University symposium oil violence in hockey. Other speakers were NHL referee-in-chief Scotty Morrison, former NHL defenceman Carl Brewer and Toronto lawyer Bill McMurtry who last year con- ducted a provincial inquiry into violence in amateur hockey. Although the NHL permits violence, Campbell said, it controls and restricts the nature of it to fit within the framework of the NHL rules. "Occasionally, like the stock market, the game has fluctuations and occasionally supplementary dis- cipline is said Campbell. "Perhaps 25 to 30or as many as 50 supplementary decisions are made each season in the form of fines or suspensions." DISMISSES OUTCRY Campbell dismissed the recent public outcry over violence in the NHL, prompted by the McMurtry report which attacked the violent aspect of the professional game. "The casual observer isn't competent to make com- parative judgment on the degree of he said. Brewer, who played on Toronto Stanley Cup winning teams in the early 1960s, said he thinks the NHL has done a good job on controlling violence but that he believes it can be improved further. He said a certain amount of violence will always be a part of the gains. Concerning the.defending NHL champion Philadelphia Flyers, Brewer said Fred Shero has done a great job coaching that team "but his attitude to- wards violence and intimidation doesn't add to his success." Morrison said fist fights are considered part of the game. "We feel fighting is necessary as an escape said Morrison. "I've never seen a player in- jured by fisticuffs yet." McMurtry objected to too much violence in the NHL. "A good stiff body check is not he force used outside the rules is violence. Hockey is the only sport I know where violence is not only tolerated but also rewarded." Minor hockey WATSON DISPLAYS FLYER FINESSE AS HE DUMPS VERVERGEART, NO PENALTY Flyers lay off the body, and it works Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Annie Baranulk 219, Agnes Black 203, Kay Halle 216, Angelle Morrison 223. Henry Bechlhold 217, Tom Orr 254, Adam Fetlig 216, Gunnar Holte 254, Ed Linn 214, George Luciak 209. Slan Fraser 205, Ed Harty 204. SENIOR CITIZENS Len Helmrasl 266, Harry Holub 237, Mail Bernharl 267, Tom Archbold 266, Roy LaValley 240, Henry Bechtnold 269. Jack Stacey 268, Pal Plomp 274 Tom Smilh 254, Waller Baker 247 HIGA'S Mary Blair 256, Veils Argals 266 Donna McEwan 274. Wlllene MacDonald 262 Marg Clarke 276 Jackie Clark 257, Marlena Bosch 256 Kao Mann 252, Pal Jarvie 270, Alia Clarke 253, VBC YOUNG ADULTS Brell Townsend 223, Brian Miller 27S, Les Klllirib 288 Merylen Bunnage 261 Garry Lohuls 238, Cherye Obermayer 292 Ron Grelzlnger 253. John Wildman 273. Cindy Pedrlni 227, Nadlne Kovacs 237 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Philadelphia Flyers couldn't play the physical kind of game they like, but what they did Thursday night was good enough to end a four- game winless streak. "They weren't forechecking, they were satisfied to wait for a coach Fred Shero said of Philadelphia's opposition after the Flyers outskated Vancouver Canucks 3-1 and stretched their lead to six points over the New York Rangers in the National Hockey League's Patrick Division. "It's hard to play a physical game against a team that is playing strictly defensive." Elsewhere, Buffalo Sabres shut out Los Angeles Kings 5-0 and Boston Bruins defeated Detroit Red Wings 94. Second-period goals by Reg- gie Leach and Bill helped the Flyers defeat the Canucks. Vancouver scored at ANNUAL MEETING Thursday, March p.m. LKluri Thutre Catholic Cwitril High School Anyone interested in administration, coaching, managing, umpiring in our 50 team program is urged to attend. of the first period on Ab Demarco's power-play goal but Leach and Barber scored in the last 6Yz minutes of the second period. Philadelphia's final score came at of the third pe- riod when Leach passed to Rick MacLeish, who drove the puck over goalie Gary Smith's shoulder for his 23rd goal of the season. "Some of our players are not in the best of condition just coming off the injury said Vancouver coach Phil Maloney, whose club remained one point ahead of second-place Chicago in the Smylhe Division. "We're not at full strength, either. We're down to three defencemen." Fred Stanfield and Don Luce scored 10 seconds apart in the opening minute of the final period to break open a tight 1-0 contest at Buffalo. The victory extended Buf- falo's unbeaten streak to 12 games, a club record. The French Connection line of Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin and Rene Robert scored the other three goals, each getting one, while the shutout was the third of the season for goalie Roger Crozier, who had 21 saves. Buffalo coach Floyd Smith expressed satisfaction that his Referee Mundey scorned by teams NHL summaries BOSTON 9 DETROIT I First period: 1- Delroll, Dlonne 35 (Grant) 2 Boslon. Schmautz 15 (Sheppard, Orr) 3. Boston. Schmautz 16 (Bucyk. Sheppard) 4. Detroit, Bergeron 3 (LocheaU, McKechnie) Penalties Cashman Balhe Bergman McKenzie (served by Nowsk Sacond pariod: 5. Boslon, Orr 36 (Esposilo) 6. Boston, O'Reilly 12 (Vadnais. Savard) 7, Boston, Cashman 8 (Esposlto, Orr) Penalties Orr Lochead Hamol Third pwlod: 8. Detroit, Grant 37 (Dionne, Watson) 9. Boston. Savard 16 (Smilh) 10 Detroit, Roberto 11 (Dionne, Jarry) 11. Boslon, Bucyk 27 (Sheppard, BUFFALO LOS ANGELES 0 Firlt period: 1 Buffalo. Martin 39 (Robert, Perreault) Penalties Marlin Brown Second period: No scoring Penally Murdoch Third period: 2. Buffalo, Stanfield 12 (Robert. Korab) 3. Buffalo. Luce 27 (Ramsay, Gare) 4. Buf- falo, Robert 3E (Martin. Schoanleld) 6-23; 5. Bullalo, Perreaull 30 [Mariln, Schoenfeld) Penalties Harper Spencer Shots on goal by Los Angeles 7 9 Buffalo 16 6 Attendance By THE CANADIAN PRESS Referee Wayne Mundey emerged as one of the losers when Quebec Nordiques and Vancouver Blazers tangled in a fight-filled World Hockey Association game Thursday night. After the brawling was over and Quebec had emerged with a 9-7 victory, both teams heaped scorn on Mundey. "I just couldn't believe the said Nordiques' coach Jean-Guy Gendron. "He not only lost control of the game, he lost control of the Coliseum." Vancouver player Johnny McKenzie accused Mundey of being a "homer." "He always gives the home club the said McKenzie. "When he has been refereeing against us in other cities than Vancouver, at least, three of our players had been injured and he hasn't even given a penalty. "It was our biggest game of the year and we missed it." In other WHA games Thurs- day, New England Whalers beat Minnesota. Fighting Saints 5-2 and Houston Aeros defeated Phoenix Roadrunners 7-2. Quebec's Marc Tardif and Vancouver's Rick Jodzio, sent off with fighting majors at tangled again soon after emerging from the penalty box. When Rejean Houle of the Nordiques intervened, both benches cleared in a ma- jor brawl. There were .still two minutes remaining in the se- cond period but Mundey sent both teams to their dressing rooms and the two minutes were added to the start of. the third period. Mundey handed out a total of 132 minutes in penalties in the second period which ended with the teams tied 6-6. club had finally beaten Los Angeles goalie Rogatien Vachon and the checking line of Frank St. Marseille, Bob Nevin and Dan Maloney. "We went through 11 periods of hockey where Vachon really stoned said Smith, whose club had dropped all three previous games with the Kings this season "Then we got going in the final period and now we know we can put some goals by him. "That St. Marseille-Nevin- Maloney line had stopped the French Connection until tonight. I decided to go back against them and see what the Connection could do. That's a good checking line. Nevin has checked the best there is in hockey, but no question about it, the French Connection con- trolled the game tonight." Bobby Schmautz and Terry O'Reilly scored two goals each for Boston. MAVETY MOVES TORONTO (CP) Toronto Toros of the World Hockey Association announced Thurs- day that they have purchased defenceman Larry Mavety from Chicago Cougars. The Lethbridge Midget Elks closed off their Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League regular season schedule with an 8 5 loss to Vauxhall Legionaires Wednesday. Gordon Miller was the big gun for the Legionaires with three goals while Lloyd Tilleman added a pair. Bob Skelly, Edwin Watt, and Reid Stevenson picked up singles for the winners. The Elks, meanwhile, got counters from Leroy Pavan, Dave Snopek, Lome Osmond, Doug Roberts, and George Zakaly. The win didn't keep Vauxhall from missing the playoffs as they finished fifth in the East Division, behind Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors, the Elks, Brooks and Taber. Brent Monteith scored four tiems Thursday night to pace the Canadians to a 9 1 triumph over the Voyageurs in Bantam A action. Robert Chow added a pair of goals while singles came off the sticks of Gordon Fender, Ken Nagy, and Greg Tompkins. Mark Dumond had the lone Voyageur marker. In Bantam B play, the Blazers scored three times in each period to humble the Lions 9 0. Bill Rab picked up a hat trick for the winners, while Darcy Westfall, Ross Krabel, Barry Weintraub, Robert Wood, Allan Campitt, and Daniel HerauE added single markers. Four unanswered goals in the third period lifted the Northstars to a 4-2 triumph over the Nationals in Midget action Thursday. Steve Campbell, Bruce Cave, Dale Hemsley, and Andy Tse had the goals for the winners while Roy Duval and Kevin Hunt replied in a losing Ski outlook Spring skiing conditions seem to have arrived early this year. Westcastle is reporting excellent conditions on packed snow. Temperatures have been in the 30's and 40's. The road is bare and dry. Kimberley also has good conditions with moderate temperatures. The Lethbridge and District Ski Club will be running a weekend trip to Kimberley March 7. Registrations at the Gotschna Ski Haus. W Schmautz) 12. Boslon, 0 Reilly 13. 13. Boston. Esposito 54 (Nowak, Cashman) Penalties Sims Giroux Shoti on goal by Detroit 13 7 Boston 17 IB Attendance The Lethbridge Trap Club held their annual meeting last 3 VANCOUVER 1 day. A good turn-GUI was on hand for the nomination of oHicers. The 1975 Board of Directors are as period: 1- Vancouver, Demarco 1 1 (O'Flaherty, Ververgaerl) President Ed Penalties Leach Du- Sec- Tress Boris Gould BOARD OF period: 2. Philadelphia. 1. Sue 32 (Clarke) 3. 2. Ed. Barber 24 (Joe Watson, 3. Vern 'Penalties Gould. 4. Rick Robitallle Ou- 5. Rex 6. Mlka period: 4. Philadelphia, 7. Ken 23 (Leach, Clarke) The membership for the Club was 113 in 1974, counting both Saleski 3.03. time and annual members. Trap Shooters Irom out of town are on goal by minded that the Lelhbridge Club has an Associate Membership 8 6 anyone who lives 30 miles or more from Lethbridge. The membership Is and entitles the person to all privileges of the 11 11 Attendance 17.007. One word before leaving the subject of Ihe Lethbridge Trap A vole ol thanks was given to Ihe returning Board members. This a well deserved "Vote ol Thanks" to Salvador Arias, Alex Arias and Darrel Albislon, Seorge Woo and Ron Woblck. Most ol these people have been Ihe back-bone of Ihe Lelhbrldoe Trap Club since It started six years Thanks again to all the Old Directors, and GOOD LUCK to Ihe The City of Calgary Matches schedule Is as n Sporting and Match Rifle March 7, S, 9 Junior (under IS) March 7-5 Pistol March 14, 15, Anyone wishing to compete Is moil welgome. Enter with Jackson scored three MicNab, 1008-17lh Ave. N W Calgary. Return engagement between Ihe Southern Alberla Rifle Team and the Calgary K.O.C.H. team will lake place on March 16th. The invitation has been extended to any number of team members, with competition on the curling draw basis. Contact Frank Wednesday night to lead the Lethbridge Warriors to a 7 5 win over the Brooks Timbers. well at 327-1027 It you wish to come win gave the crew a 1-0 edge in their best of three Southern HAIRSIUH Juvenile League playoffs. Quinell, Bill Zarooben JB f Dick Shardlow also PU .r Western Canada's leading for the winners. Elwyn JllVv K plier firearms, also scored three goals MM equipment, reloading the game but In a losing ef- t 1 lightweight camping gear, Bill Wells and Mark 1 1 gunsmllhing rounded out the LITHMIDOI, ALTA, DON next game will be PIMM ttHttt lOt HOIII ART at Brooks at p.m. HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICE'2979 2 and 3 door models Fronl wheel drive 4 speed transmission, full syncromesh Overhead camshalt motor McPhearson struts suspension Iron) and rear Gas mileage you won't believe Botofo you buy my en, you owe it 1o yourMtf le IMI drive Honda Civic. McFADDEN MOTORS Corner 2nd ft Mi MS. DEPENDABLE USED CAR SPECIALS 1970 PONTIAC SEDAN P.S., P.B., Radio Rigulir...... 2.195 Fib. Discount 220 Sale Price SHlHwltolllii 1971 MERCURY MARQUIS 4 Door H. T. loaded Rigvlir...... 3.495 Fib. Discount 350 Price SnJhi 1974 SATELITE SEDAN Low mileage, V8, P.S., P.B., Radio. RjfllM'...... M. DUNMt 460 1974 DODGE D100 Ton V8 Auto. 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