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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IETHMID01 HERALD Tnurnlay, Jonuory Bruins cool off Maple Leafs Blues buried by New York Ranger barrage By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Slaff Writer Emile Francis gazed despon- dently around Die New York Hanger dressing room Sunday night and mused: "It's (Hie game) gone, but there are plenty of games left. I'm confident we've got our best personnel ever and we know where we're going." The philosophical nole fol- lowed New York's 4-1 loss to Boston Bruins during which the Rangers had blitzed goaltcnder Gerry Cheeyers with 41 shots. True to his word, the Rangers showed where they were going Wednesday night, burying St, Louis Blues in a 50-shot barrage en route to a 9-1 victory to maintain their one-point lead over Boston in the National Hockey League East Division' and Bobby Orr, scored at To- race. j ronUi in the Bruins 2-0 win over Three goals by centre Jean the Maple Leafs. Halt-lie and two by Walt Tkac- j zuk were the major contribu- tions in the onslaught against goalie Ernie Wakely while Bos- In other games, Chicago Black Hawks were hard-pressed at home to scrape through a 3-3 tie with Pittsburgh Penguins, Summaries ton's big guns, Phil Esposito j Montreal Canadians worried j through a 6-4 win over Vancou- ver Canucks, Minnesota North Stars snapped Detroit Red Wings winning streak at four with a 4-2 win and California MINNESOTA DETROIT 1 Flrsl Period 1. Delroil, Dionne 9 (LIbell, Bergman) 2. Minnesota, Godlsworthy 14 (Grant, Drouln) 10.Jl PenalT.es Go Ids worthy Brown Second Minnesota, Grant 19 (Drouln, Goldsworlhy) 4. Min- nesota, Drouln 5, 5. Detroit, Ecclestone 9 (Berenson, Delvecchio) I 6. Minnesota. Coldsworthy 17 (Drouln. O'Brien! Penalties I Kartander, GIbbs majors Harris Mohni Harris Ecclestone Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties O'Brien Bergman O'Brien Snoli on gall by Detroit 7 10-33 Minnesota ..........13 13 BOSTON 1 TORONTO 0 First Period 1. Boston, OrT IB (Cashman, Esposito) Second Period 2. Boston Espositn 31 (Hodge, Orr) Penalty R. Smith Third Period No scoring. Penal- Shots on goal by Boilon ..........11 5 1-27 Toronto 5 13 WILL ATTEND DINNER Bob Uecker will headline rhe Leihbridge Kinsmen Club's 19lh annual Sportsman's Dinner Feb. 5 was announced toddy. Kinsmen lands dandy The Lethbridge Kinsmen Club landed a real dandy for its upcoming Sport smarrs Dinner set tor the Exhibition Pavilion Feb. 5. It was announced today that Bob Uecker will be at the head table when dinner is served. Bob Uecker is a native Mil- waukeean who formerly caught for the Milwaukee Braves and has since become widely ac- claimed as a stand up comic and after dinner speaker. Uecker joined the staff of the Milwaukee Brewers in July, 1971, as a fulltime scout. He is a member of the Club's speak- ing bureau also. Signed by the Braves after his graduation from Boys Tech High School ir. 1956, Uecker was called up to the Milwaukee club after hitting .309 for Louis- ville of the American Associa- tion in 1961. He spent the 1962 season and part of the 1963 season with the Braves before being traded to St. Louis. After two seasons there and a season with he rejoined the Braves in Atlanta, in He retired as an active player after breaking a bone in his left hand during spring training in 1968 and joined the Braves' front office staff as a speaker, radio interviewer and tele- vision "color" man. Early in his baseball career, Uecker became widely known as a clubhouse wit. Some two years ago, his comic talents came to the attention of trum- peter Al Hirt, an avid baseball fan, who booked Uecker into his nightclub act in New Or- leans and arranged for his ap- pearance on Johnny Carson's "Tonite Uecker has since appeared several times on' Carson's show as well as on the David Frost and Merv Grif- fin shows and has made hun- dreds of appearances through- out the country as an after- dinner speaker. Bob is the fourth of the head table to be announced follow- ing the Master of Ceremonies, Normie Kwong, S c h e n 1 ey Award winners, Don Jonas and VTayne Harris. Tickets for the 19th Annual Sportsman's Dinner arc avail- able at Boyers Cigar Store, Marcel's Smoke Shop, Williams Travel.Agency, any member of the Kinsmen Club, or by writ- ing to Box 1074. Reporter says Howe will resign DETROIT (AP) Dave DiJes, the WXYZ-TV sports- caster who first made public the rumor that Gordie Howe was going to quit the Detroit Red Wing hockey organiza- tion, defended his statements on his Wednesday evening tel- ecast, even though Howe said earlier in the day that he at no time ever intended to leave the club. Diles said: "We reported last evening that Gordie went to Florida to give his resignation to owner Bruce Nonris. The story ia true and this is in no way to be taken as a retraction. Gor- die Howe has been disen- chanted and unhappy and he and his wife Colleen had de- cided to sever all ties with the Red Wing organization. "You may read whatever you like, but the story is true. The fact that Gordie Howe today remains with the organ- ization is testimony to his great loyalty to the club and the persuasive influences of owner Bruce Norris. MONTREAL i VANCOUVER 4, First Period 1. Montreal, Bou. chard 2 (Richard) 2.. Montreal, Tremblay 3 (Tardlf, Houle) 17142. Penalties Larose Lemalre Second Period 3. Vancouver, Balon II (Boudrlas, Buevremonl) i. Vancouver Balon 12 (schella, Boudrlas) Penalty Tardlf Mahovllch 21 (Bouchard, P. Ma- hovllch) 4. Montreal, Bouchard 3 (Richard) Sill; 7. Montreal, Le- malre 14 (Richard, Tremblayl 8. Monlreal, Tardif 21 (Tremblay, La. lleur) 9. Vancouver, Maki 11 (Kurlenbach) 10 Vancouver, Kurlenbach 10 (Tallon) Penal, lie! Lafleur Boddy Schella, minor, mfllor, misconduct, Richard shots an goal by Vancouver 12 13 Montreal.......14 11 CALIFORNIA 4 LOS ANGELES t First Period 1. Los Angeles, Joyal (Lonsbtrry, Same) 5-.16-, 1. Cali- fornia, Vadnals 4 3. California, Gilberlson 9 (McKechniel 4. California. VadnPis 7 (Ferguson, Mc- Kechnre) Penalties None. Second Period 5. California, Jar- rrell 4 (Redmond, Vad.nais) 4. Los Angeles, Backstrom 5 (Pulford, Lemleux) 7. California, Per. guson 11 (Marshall) Penalties -Pulford Joyal McKechnle Vadnals Jarretl Third Period B. California. Jar- relt 5 (VBdnftis, Hlckft) Penal- tie! Fletl Vadnals Shots on goal by Les Angeles........ 9 7 California........10 I CHICAGO 3 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period 1. Pltlsburch, Har. baruk 5 (Leller, Schock) 2. Pitts, burgh, Pronovosl 12 (Morton, Anns) Penalties Watson :4I, Marlln Kannegiesser Second Period 3. Chicago, Koroll 9 (Mikila, D. Hull) Magnuson, sfewart Third Pittsburgh, prono_ vost 13, 5. Chicago, O'Shea 4 (While, Campbell) 6. Chicago, R. Hull 2B (Martini Norton Mikila, Watson malors :57, While Shots on goal by Pittsburgh......... j 4 Chicago 4 NEW YORK I ST. LOUIS 1 First Period I. New York, Ralclle 23 (Hadfield, Rousseau) 2. New York, Hadfield 26 (Jarry. Rousseau Penalties Hadfield Den. nis Dupont, Slemkowsk Gilbert minor, misconduct, Rob- erto minor, misconduct, Robert ml nor, misconduct. Lavender gome mis- conduct Second Period 3. New York, rkaciuk 10 (Fairbalrn) 4. New fork, TkacjuK 11 (Fairbalrn, Gia. comlnl 5 SI. Louis, SI. Marseille I (Sa.bourln, B. Plagerj Penalty Third Period 4. New York, Gil berl 25 (Hadlield, Ralelle) 7. New York, Fairhalrn Ft (Tkaczuk) I. New York, Ratelle 34 (GIL berl. Selling) 1. New York, Di- marco 3, 10. New York, Ratelle 25 (Selling, Doak) Penaltii Selling Shots on goal by St. LOUIS 94 New York..........n 14 Runner lowers own world mark WINNIPEG (CP) A high school gymnasium track "about 99 yards long" has provided a young New York City girl with the necessary training to be- come the fastest woman in the a 600-yard1 distance indoors. Cheryl Toussaint, "19 on Dec. 16th" continued to establish her- self as one of. the major threats for an Olympic gold medal in BUICK G.S 4 SPEED, 455 C.I.D. if Rally Ride Central if Exhautl through bumper if Spoiler Front if Wide Rocker Panel Mouldings Vinyl Roof if Wire Wheel Covers if Twin functional hood icoopi if Stainless Steel Muff Ion -iV Loop Pile Carpeting if Heavy Duty Springs, Shock en and Stabilizer Bar if Front Air Cooled Finned Cat! Iron Brake Drums if Brand New 1971 Model 1 ONLY! REGULAR PRICE THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL.......... 4099 ENERSON'S DOWNTOWN SHOWROOM Phona 327-5705 the distance as she lowered her existing world indoor record Wednesday night. Competing in the first annual Knights ol Columbus indoor track and field meet, Miss Tous- saint flew around the track in to break her previous world mark by six tenths of a second. The record climaxed Winni. peg's return to big-time indoor track after an absence of five years and nearly people gave her a standing ovation for her accomplishmest. George Woods of St. Louis, Mo., who came back to amateur track and field because the Na- tional Football League St. Louis Cardinals wouldn't let him play defence, set a Canadian open shot-put record at the meet. Silver medallist at the Mexico Olympics, Woods broke the Ca- nadian record of 67 feet, three inches set last week in Saska- toon by Al Feuerbacli of Long Beach, Calif, Bruce Simpson of Toronto won the men's pole vault with a Canadian record of 16 feet, nine Inches. He missed three tries at 17 feet Vi inch. Sam Cruthers of Long Beach finished second and Bill Hateher oC the University of Kansas third, both at 16 feet. Reynaldo Brown of Los Ange- les lived up to his billing as one of the world's best indoor high jumpers, clearing seven feet to win the event. For the second consecutive week, Debbie Brill of Hancy, B.C., holder oC the Canadian women's high jump record, failed U> clear five feet, eight inches. She finished fifth, having cleared cleared five feet, six inches on one of her three at- templs. Debbie Van Klckebelt of To- ronto won the women's high jump at five feet, 10 inches with Heather Welsh of Winnipeg sec- ond and Patty Wilson of WinnJ- peg third' Golden Seals romped 6-2 over Los Ar-geles Kings. Ratelle was also credited with an assist, giving him a season's total of 65 behind Esposito who assisted on Orr's linemates Bod Gilbert and Vic HadCieW also scored. The Ranger trio, nicknamed the GAG (Goal-a-Game) line or .Hot Line, added to their incredi- ble totals as. the league's top scoring unit (179 points) and the New Yorkers to their league- leading goal totals The only thing missing from Ratelie's performance was the usual sea of hats that follows a three-goal effort by any of the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Most of them had been thrown to the ice earlier when it was inadvertently announced that Tkaczuk had scored his third goal, only to have it credited later to litiemate Bill Fairbairn. BRUINS HESITATE The Bruins appeared almost hesitant to score at Toronto al- though they handled the puck the Toronto end as if they owned it. Toronto goalie Jacques Plan'e had to be sharp on the shots they did get off as the Boston wingers tried to work in close. The game lacked the usual physical effort put out by both teams and referee Wally Harris called only two minor penalties, one to each team. The win enabled the Bruins to stretch their unbeaten string to 10 games. They have lost only once in 23 starts and moved to WHO'S GOT IT? Syl Apps (26) of Pittsburgh Penguins leuns ogainst Pot toti (12, left) of Chicago Black Hawks as rhey join Black Hawks goalie Tony Esposilo (35) and Jean Pronovost (19) of Pittsburgh in battle for puck during National Hockey League game Wednesday night at Chicago. Hoop tourney all set Picture Butte will be busy within one point of the Rangers. Boston can take the lead tonight at Buffalo against the Sabres while Philadelphia Flyers enter- tain St. Louis. The Black Hawks needed goals bv Danny O'Shsa and Bobby Hull in the third period to salvage the tie with Pitts- burgh. Two goals by Jean Pron- ovost sent the Penguins into a 3-1 lead before the Hawks re- covered. The only threat of violence be- tween the two clubs was a sec- ond-period "scrap involving Chi- cago's Stan Mikila and Bryan Watson of the Penguins. WIN FOR DeJORDY Pierre Bouchard's two goals helped the Canadians to shake their erratic ways in front of goalie Dennis DeJordy, subbing for injured Ken Dryden -who was placed in traction this week to help correct an injured back. Since Dryden's injury, the Canadiens have won two of six games and fallen well back in the East Division race. Montreal held down second place until Dryden's injury. They now trail Boston by six points and are seven ahead of Toronto. The win, fourth of the year over Vancouver, enabled the Canadiens to maintain their un- beaten streak at home of 17 wins and three ties. Goals by Bouchard and J. C. Tremblay .in the first period were matched by Vancouver's Dave Balon in the second. But Frank Mahovh'ch's 21st of the season staterd the Montrealers on a four-goal outburst early in the third period before the Can- ucks showed scores, with Hieir two Activity in the Picture Butte High School is quite normal with no signs of extra-curricu- lar events in progress today. But for the next two days the district high school will be wild and alive as they host the sec- ond annual Southwest Boy's Basketball Conference tourna- ment. All eight teams In the con- ference will participate in the two-day single knockout af- fair which begins Friday and concludes Saturday. The tourney will officially open Friday at p.m. when High School Gaels will chal- lenge the 'Winston Churchill Bulldogs. This contest will be followed by another one at 6 p.m. when the Stirling Lakers will face the Fort Macleod W. P. Walsh Fly- ers. The home-town fans will get a chance to voice their shouts towards a victory in the third encounter of the day with the host Sugar Kings suiting up against the league-leading Milk River Erie Rivers -Comets. This match will be fol- lowed by the final game on tap in the opening round with Taber W. R. Myers meeting Vauxhall Vikings at 9 p.m. Action will continue Satur- day with the semi-finals set for p.m. and 3 p.m. while the third place championship is slated p.m. The championship final at 6-30 p.m. will conclude the two- day event. In Southwest Girl's Basket- ball Conference, the Taber My- ers High School and the Win- ston Churchill Griffins took on the LCI Clipper Queens in ex- hibition action. The Clipper Queens came up with a convincing 77-10 victory over Taber Myers paced by Debbie Borzel with 24 points and Val Orr with 15. In the other encounter, they suffered a slim 35-34 loss to the Griffins who received perform- ances of seven and five points from Pat Schandor and Susan Frier respectively. Borzel was top scorer for LCI again with 12 points. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Hockey loop opens with two The Purity Bottlers and the defending champion Labor Club started the 1971-72 City Recreation Hockey League on the righl foot earning victories Wednesday night. The Bottlers led by Duannc Berber's handed the Miners U- irary a 3-1 setback while Tim Vegrello also came up with i :wo-goa1 performance to give .he Labor Club a hard-fought win over the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns. Purity Bottling, young hua- Jing bunch of players look an early 1-0 lead after the first period of play and a 2-1 mar- p'n after the second. Garry Paskuski, a termer jethbridge Sugar King aided the Bottlers cause with sin- gleton while Jack Taylor man- aged the lone Miner's marker. The two cliibs split 10 minor icnalllcs called during the periods o( play. In the second encounter of evening, the Labor Club held a 2-1 lead after the first period of play, but the Pronghorns fought back to even the score 3-3 after the second. The third period was all La- bor Club as Gerry Klinkham- mer and Negrello scored back- to-back goals to salt away the victory. Bob Turner let a wicked slap-shot go past Labor Club's netminder Ken Brown at the mark, but the last min- ute bid was halted. Don Brucliet and Jim Culver rounded out the scoring for the defending champs while Dennis Klsio, Keith McDonald and Jim Ferguson were the other Pronghorns' marksmen. Action will resume tonight at 8 p.m. when the Pronghorns will lake on the. William Fly- ers at the Henderson Lake Ice ALBERTA JUNIOR W Cal. Cougars Cat. Canucks Red Deer Edm. Leafs Lethbridge Edm. Movers. Drumheller L T F A Pis. 6 0 158 B3 44 1W 123 37 0 158 104 36 3 109 134 33 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Dlvison W New York .26 26 2! 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