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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-07,Lethbridge, Alberta 8-^ THE LCTHIMOOI HEflALD - Monday. January 7. 1974 •MkiMlirtti NHL AND WHA HOCKEY SPECIAL Far baiid ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL C ENTne VILLAGE HALL    PHONC Ut-UOt The Herald Sports LETHIRIDOEOrnCt PURNtTURe LTD. L«w«r Lml THi MiMt moMtng IMI U«*rMe«r (4M) »«ê-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS MacDonald should bite his tongue By THE CANADIAN PRESS Coach Paifcer MacDonald should have bit his tongue and kept quiet after his Minnesota North Stars lost 94 to Detriot Red Wings in a National Hockey League game Sunday. Instead, he said: “I hate to say it, but I’m trying to cut down our £^ls against.” The result might have been different if coach Alex Delvecchio hadn’t thrown a new line against the Stars con sisting of Bill Hogaboam, Pierre Jarry and Mickey Redmond. Jarry, acquired from To-rcHito Maple Leafs in a trade for Tim Ecclestone, and Hogaboam, called up from Virginia Red Wings of the Weekend scorers SUNDAY Minnesota 6 at Detroit 9 MituesDta—Grant 2, Hex-tali, Oliver, Goldsworthy, Parise; Detroit—Berenson 2, Redmond 2, Dionne 2, Hogaboam, Jarry, Stackhouse. Vancouver 3 at Buffalo 6 Vancouver —Lever, Schmautz, Ververgaert; But-, falo—Robert 2, Lorentz. Luce, Atkinson, Korab.    - Atlanta Z at NY Rangers 5 Atlanta—McDonough, Bennett; Rangers—Gilbert, Park, Hadfield, Fairbaim, Marotte. California 4 at Chicago 9 Califoroia—Leach 3, Mott; Chicago—HuU 3, Marks, Martin, Powis, Redmond, Rota, Kryskow. SATURDAY PhUadelphia 3 at Minnesota 3 Phlladelphìa—Lonsberry, Dornhoefer, Clarke: Min-, nesota—Goldsworthy, Gibbs, Drouin. Buffalo 2 at Pittsburgh 5 Buffalo—Korab, Perreault; Pittsburgh—MacOonatd 2, Schock, Apps, Bianchin. California 1 at St. Louis 4 California—Weir ; St.. Louis—Unger, Satber, Merrick, Harbaruk. Vancouver 3 at Montreal 5 Vancouver-I>uiui, Dailey, O’Flaherty; Montreal—Le-maire, Coumoyer, Lafleur, P. Mahovlich, Lapointe. Boston 6 at NY Islanders 2 Boston—Bucyk 4,.'Esposito, Marcotte; Islanders—Cameron 2. Toronto 3 at Los Angeles 5 Toronto—Ellis, Sittler, Kehoe;    Los Angeles—Maloney 2, Murphy 2, Goring. Bulldogs capture Southwest event The Winston Churchill BuUdogs capture the fourth annual Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball Tournament by downing the Stirling Lakers 68-49 in the championship final Saturday night. Bowes, Filuk winners The Alberta men’s doubles racquetball champions were in fine form over the weekend as they captured the Lethbridge Racquetball Association Men’s Doubles Tournament. The reigning provincial men’s doubles champions, Wayne Bowes and Tim Filuk of Lethbridge were true to form as they bested all other partners in the three-day event. Bowes, who is also the Canadian singles racqueUull champion, along with Filuk downed tne combination of Logan Tait and Dale Aaaon in the championship final, Tom Hudson and Jini Freel bested Pic Piccini for the consolation title. Meanwhile in “B" division play, Jim Valentine and Ray Harris joined forces to defeat the duo of Rick Bailey and Martin Hoyt for the title. The consolation victory went to Colin Chakowski and Frank Llewellyn, who dropped the team of Hal Brown and Earl Francis. In ladies’ doubles play. Barb Aason and Judy Lawaon defeated Sharon Freel and June Creighton for the championship honors. The consolation final went to Darlene Hudson and Paulette DeCoste who dropped the team of Eleanor Fenton and Verdelle Piccini. North wins TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Ken Graitdberry scored two touchdowns to lead the North to a 2S-7 victory Sunday in the American Bowl atl-star football game. Grandberry, of Washington State, bulled over from the three for a first-wriod score. Then he took a pitchout from the five and dived over the goal iim, boofUng the North's lead to 14 points early in the fourth quarter. The South, lotbif for the fifth time in the six>year history of the game, had gambled on the final play of the third qurter when punter Rofer Prvctt of Antarn tried t« rm for a fint doint. All eight teams in the Southwest Conference took part in the two-day singleknockout event which got underway Friday afternoon and concluded Saturday night in Fort Macleod. In the championship final, the Bulldogs had the hot hand to defeat the Lakers by 19 points. The Bulldogs jumped to a commanding 15-6 lead after the opening quarter and pressed to sport a 2&-17 margin by the end of the second. They continued their well-balanced attack in the second half and carried themselves to the tourney title with the aid of a 43-34 third quarter lead. Superb shooting by the Bulldogs proved to be the big difference in the ball game as they netted 40 per cent of their field goal attempts to that of the Lakers’ 29 per cent. Free throw shooting also stoodout as the Bulldogs flicked in 26 of 34 tries to that of the Lakers 11-24 record. Kendall Duce was the big gum for the Bulldogs on the free throw line as he hooped 11 of his 19-point outing from that position. In the scoring department, Hank Heerze followed Duce with a 13-point performance for Bulldogs while Barry Schmidt chipped in with 10. Marty Hirsche hooped 16 points and Scott Perrett 11 in a losing cause. Meanwhile Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels picked up the third place title in the tourney by edging the Taber W. R. Myers Trotters 52-48, David Janzen paced the Gaels ^th 12 points while Richard Boras aided with 10. Jim Jesperson swished 16 points for the Trotters with Bruce Francis adding 12. The clubs were tied 21-21 at the half. In other action Saturday, the Bulldogs defeated the Gaels 51-48 in one semi-final game while the Lakers blasted the Trotters 8(H8 in the other. Schmidt paced the Bulldogs to their win over the Gaels with 14 points while Duce and Mirkovich chipped in 12 and 13 points respectively. Janzen dunked 17 points and Walt Zielinksi 10 for the Gaels. A 20-point performance by Perrett led the Lakers to their lop-sided decision over the Trotters. Tim Hill aided in the win with 18 points while Bruce Francis notched 14 for the Trotters. Hextall goes ATLANTA, Ga, (AP) - Atlanta Flames of the National Hockey League acquired centre Bryan Hextall from Pittsburgh Penguins in a waiver transaction Sunday. He was the Mcond Pniguin acquired by the Flama in Uie last few days. È American Hockey Lea^e, each had a goal and four assists. Redmond contributed his part with two goals, his 20th and 21st of the season. In other games. New York Rangers defeated Atlanta Flames 5-2, Chicago Black Hawks whipped California Golden Seals 9A and Buffalo Sabres downed Vancouver Canucks 6-3. Saturday’s scores were: Montreal 6, Vancouver 3; Boston 6, NY Islanders 2, with Johnny Bucyk scoring four goals for the Bruins; Pittsburgh 5, Buffalo 2; Philadelphia 3, Minnesota 3; St. Louis 4, California 1; and Los Angeles 5. Toronto 3. The results left Boston leading the East Division with S6 points, eight more than Montreal. The Rangers have 45 points, toronto 43, Buffalo 42, Detroit 34, the Islanders 27 and Vancouver 23. Philadelphia still leads the West Division with 49 points, followed by Chicago with 47 and St. Louis with 40. Atlanta has 39, Minnesota 33, Los Angeles 30, Pittsburgh 25 and California 21. Detroit 9 Mlnaeaota 6 “I was just happy to get in there because I hadn’t {uayed the last few games,” said the 24-year-old Hogaboam, from Swift Current, Sask. Jarry said: “I figured we were only going to be on for a couple shifts, and we had to go as hard as we could. But as long as we k^t going in, we thought we might as well keep it up.” Red Berenson and Marcel Dionne each got two for the Red Wings and Danny Grant scored twice for the Stars. On another matter, Delvecchio said Dionne denied reports in which he was quoted as saying lie wanted to leave the Red Wings. “I talked to him before the game," Delvecchio said. "A tot was written in between the lines; Marcel denied it with me.” “I asked him if he wanted to lay here or not, and he said did.” NY Rangers S Atlanta 2 Atlanta coach Bernie Geoffrion thought Ne\h York looked listless early in the game. “They weren’t jumping-moving fast: we made them look good for two periods.” In those first two periods, the Rangers built a 3-0 lead on goals by Rod Gilbert, Brad Park and Vic Hadfield. Then, suddenly, the lead was almost wiped out in the first 5^ minutes of the third period when A1 McDonough and Curt Bennett scored for the Flames. “When we started forcing them in their own end, we got a coupe of goals,” Geoffrion said. “That's how you can beat that club.” However, Billy Fairbaim gave the Rangers a 4-2 lead with his first goal in 19 games and then defenceman Gilles Marotte added another for a 52 margin. “I think Mr. Geoffrion should worry about his own team,” said coach Larry Popein of the Rangers. “Our defencemen areirt exactly flatfooted. They can handle the puck in our zone.” The Flames, meanwhile, claimed centre Bryan Hextall on waivers Sunday from Pittsburgh. Friday, the Flames aquired right winger A1 McDonough from Pittsburgh for Bob Paradise and Chuck Arnason. Chicago 9 Caltfomia 4 The Hawks got three goals and two assists from Dennis Hull—the second time in his career he has scored that many in one game-to whip the Seals. Hull, who connected twice in the first period, now has 19 goals this year. Chicago led 3-2 after the first period and 6-3 at the end of the second, while out-shooting California 37-28 overall. Reg Leach scored three goals for the Seals, raising his total to nine. Btiffal« I VaKMver 3 The Sabres, with two goals R*ne Robert — his nth and 12th of the season — extended the Canuck's wlnless streak to six games. It was Vancouver’s Itth ton in 20 road games. Bobby Schmautz scored his 2Ist goal and his iMi in the last 14 games when he broke in alone on Buffakt goalie Dave Dryden in the final period. Action resumes tonight with PMIaddipitla at Montreal and Atlanta at Toronto. By GLENN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer Michel Deguise was puzzled after Sunday night’s World Hockey Associaticm game in Quebec City where he performed flawlessly as the Nordiques blanked Chicago Cougars 44) in one of five games. Cleveland Crusaders tied a league record for the most goals in a game by hammering Vancouver Blazers 11-3, Houston Aeros dumped Winnipeg Jets 7-1, Edmonton Oilers clipped Minnesota Fighting Saints 64 and New Jersey Knights upset Toronto Toros 4-2 in other games. Quebec trimmed Vancouver 5-2 Saturday, the Knights Pronghorns lose two ball games VICTORIA (Special) - The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns went home empty-handed as they dropped a pair of Canada West University Athletic Association Men’s Basketball League games over the weekend. The losses were the Pronghorns fourth and Hftb in the 1973-74 season and left them holding fifth spot in the six-team conference. After the weekend action. University of Alberta Golden Bears sport 12 points for a first place standing while University of Victoria and University of British Columbia share second with eight points apiece. University of (Calgary are in fourth with six points follow^ by the Pronghorns with two. University of Saskatchewan' are in the league cellar with a 0-6 record. Meanwhile the U of L Pronghorns had their share of troubles on the west coast this weekend as they dropped a 7267 decision Friday night and a 63-37 verdict Saturday night to the U of V Vikings. In Saturday’s match, the Vikings rolled to an easy win over the Pronghorns. The Vikings held a lop-sided 20-8 lead at the half and kept on pouring it on in the final 20 minutes of play. Vikings came up with a solid 39 per cent shooting average from the field and registered an 86 per cent average from the line. Pronghorns came up with a mere w per cent field goal average and hooped four of eirtjt free throws. Tbe backboards played a k«y role in the game as the taller VlMnfs out rebounded the ProMriiarns 4t-S. Tom Raffiener led the Pronghorns on the hwHtboards with eight rebounds while Tom Holmes paced the Vikings with 12. Holmes also notched il points to lead his teammates while Dave Mulcahy and Lee Edmundsen added 10 apiece. Phil Letham hooped 12 points for the Pronghorns followed by Larry Baker with 11. The U of L gals also had a rough time of things as they dropped a 64-37 decision to the U of V Vikettes. Diane Robbie led the Vikettes with a 17-point performance while Lorell Lilja sank 15 for the Pronghorns. The U of A Golden Bears remained unbeaten in the league Saturday night as Victoria and British Columbia moved into a second-place tie behind them. The Bears stretched their winning streak to six games by whipping U of C Dinosaurs 92-73. UBC Thunderbirds flattened U of S Huskies 87-60. Tom Solyom collected 19 points and Steve Panteluk 18 to lead the Bears, who opened an early 22-4 lead and were never threatened. Tops for Calgary was Don Lamont with 22 points, while Brent Farch contributed 21. At Vancouver, the Thunder birds led 51-21 at halftlme and won easily behind the 2L point production of Ralph Turner and the 18-point contributior of Mike McKay. Bob Thompson had 24 points and Roger Ganes 12 for f' Huskies. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES MATIONAL laetDMM« ■ W L 1 ■ F A Pb 26 e 4 168 96 56 Moittrwi ... 21 9 e 128 100 48 Rangar* .... IS 13 9 141 123 4S Toronto____ IS 14 7 139 114 43 Buffalo..... 19 ie 4 134 128 42 Detroit..... 15 20 4 129 162 34 iaian«l«rt ... S 19 11 89 121 27 Vancouver., a 23 7 101 147 83 WaelDlvialen W L 1 • r A Pta Phila....... 22 8 5 111 63 49 Chicago____ 18 e 11 131 77 47 St. Louis ... 17 12 6 102 86 40 Atlanta..... 16 IS 7 94 103 39 Minnesota .. 12 17 9 117 131 33 Los Angeles 12 19 6 106 124 30 Pittsburgh .. 10 23 5 96 144 25 Calli ....... a 26 5 94 161 21 WORLD eæl DIvMon W L 1 ■ F A Pie New Eng . 23 15 1 142 123 47 Toronto---- 20 19 3 156 135 43 Cleveland .. 19 16 4 124 121 42 Quebec---- 19 ia 3 149 130 41 Chicago — New Jersey . 17 18 2 124 133 36 17 20 2 105 131 36 WaMDhlston W L 1 ■ F A Pt» Houston .... 20 13 4 145 105 44 Edmonton .. 21 17 0 135 122 42 Minnesota .. 20 18 1 144 141 41 Winnipeg ... ia 20 4 136 149 40 Vancouver.. 15 25 0 135 169 30 Los Angeles 14 24 0 114 151 26 SCORINQ LEADERS a A Pta Esposito, B. ,, 37 41 76 Orr, B..... 19 44 63 Hodge. B .. .. 26 29 SS Martin. Buf. .. 2S 22 50 Hextall, Min ... 9 37 46 Goldsworthy, ‘Min .. 23 21 44 Cournoyer. M ...... . . 2S 18 43 Gilbert, R 19 23 42 Ullman, T . 16 26 42 Lematre, M. 15 27 42 A team effort A bunch of Lethbridge Longhorns congratulate each other after buzzer sounded to end their match against Drumhelier Falcons Saturday ntght. The Longhorns came up with a solid team effort to whip the Falcons 7-4 In tha Alberta Junior Hockey League games staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Deguise puzzled after blanking Cougars 5-0 CANAD Alb«rla Clieary VtotûrlÉ v*Miûuv«r Leinbfidge St*K«tch*wan Ò 5 w S 3 3 3 T . F A 447 3Î 32S 31 345 SO"- nipped Houston 2-1, Cleveland e<^ed New England Whalers 1-0 and Minnesota defeated Chicago 6-5. Deguise, who joined the Nordiques this season after playing in the American Hockey League with Nova Scotia Voyageurs, was not sure how he would do against the Cougars. “I didn’t feel at all well before the game,” said the native of Sorel, Que. “I didn't have any confidence in myself.” Deguise blocked 27 shots to record his first shutout in the WHA and help^ fourth-place (Juebec move five points up on fifth-place Chicago in the league’s East Division. “It’s funny," Deguise said. "Tonight we got a 44 lead and held on to it. In a game against Edmonton we Mt a 4-0 lead and they scored three times against me in the third period and I lost the shutout.” The Nordiques controlled the game throughout and fired 39 shots at Cougars netminder Andre Gill. Serge Bernier, Re-nald Leclerc, Andre Gaudette and Jeannot Gilbert scored for Quebec. CrvMders 11 Blazers 3 Gary Jarrett fired his 17th and 18th goals of the year to spark a four-goal rally in the first period for Cleveland. All but three Cleveland players had scoring points as the Crusaders set a club record with six goals in the second period. Aerji 7 Jeti 1 The Aeros, who belted the Jets 10-0 in a game last month, led 6-0 before Fran Huck scored at 11:10 of the third period to spoil goalie Wayne Rutledge’s shutout bid. Mark Howe scored his I6th and 17th goals of the season to pace Houston.    - OUen 6 Fighting Saints 4 Ron CUmie got his 23rd and 24th ^is of the season to lead the Oilers. Gimie’s second goal at 6:09 of the third period ive the Oilers a 5-2 edge and len Minnesota rallied ror two ils before Edmonton’s Ken rd fired a 2S-foot shot into an empty net with 30 seconds left. 4 Toros 2 The Toros took a 3-0 lead in the first period but the Knights came back «rtth few consecutive goals, inchidinc wo by Wayne Rivers, to win. ToAi|ht, Toronto travels to oston to play New England id the Knighu are at 'ancoHver. 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