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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Six-goal weekend for rookie McMasters hot as Kings split By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporti Writer Lethbridge Sugar Kings played only fivo periods o[ hockey this weekend and as a result had to settle for a split in Alberta Junior Hockey League games. Sunday afternoon the locals got four goals from hustling Chris McMasters as they belted Drumheller Falcons 8-3 before 800 fans. Saturday night the Kings let up in the final 20 minutes and Red Deer Rust- lers scored four times without a reply from the Kings and went on to win 6-3. It was too Kings turn on Sunday as they fired four goals past Ross Fauson In the Drum- heller nets in the third period to win going away. McMasters, who never seems to stop hustling, scored once in each of the first two periods and twice in the third. Dave George, Ross Smith, Randy Andreachuk, Rick Shin- ke and George McCrea com- pleted the scoring for tbe Kings with singles. Andreachuk's came on a solo effort while he was killing a penalty while for Shinske the goal marks his first of the year ending three months of frustration for the right- winger. Ian Howe, Jim Bechtold and Ross Mark scored for Drum- heller who trailed 2-1 and 5-3 by periods. McMasters, it can be said, had his best weekend of the season for the Kings. In addition to his four goals Sunday he added an assist while Saturday evening he fig- ured in all three goals the Kings put past Graham Par- WHATA WASTE OF TIME-. TCH.'TCH.' WHAT A WASTE OF I'MNOTTAUKIN' ABOUT YOU-I'M TALKINI1 ABOUT VOLJR MOTHER VER T WALK.' Lakers' streak halted by inspired Milwaukee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said Milwau- kee coach Larry Costello after his fired-up Bucks bad ended the longest winning streak in professional sports history, thrashing Los Angeles Lakers 120-104. "I'm Just glad we were in a position to'do added Cos- tello after the Bucks had handed the Lakers their first National Basketball Association setback since Oct. 31 and stopped their 33-game victory skein Sunday. Lakers' coach Bill Shannon also the word fantastic but In a different fashion. "We played fantastic for Vh he said, "a n d it had to end. But I hope we're smart enough to learn by our mistakes so we can play better against them the next time." The next time the two NBA powerhouses meet is Feb. 4 at Los Angeles. "It was a great performance, and that's what it took to beat a team like Los said Oostellb. LAKERS WERE FLAT "T think -we were flat and didn't play said Shar- man, "but I give Milwaukee credit. They were very aggres- sive." BoHi coaches agreed that de- fence was the deciding factor. "Our defence was great said Oostello. "Their bough defence kept us from explained Shar- man. Another key point occurred early in the third, when the La- kers' massive centre, Wilt Chamberlain, picked up his fourth personal foul. After that. K a r e e m Abdul-Jabbar, the Bucks' big centre, scored 23 of his game-high 39 points. Jabbar also finished with ID rebounds, while Chamberlain, who never was fouled out of a high school, college or pro game, had only 15 points and 12 rebounds. Elsewhere to the NBA, Balti- more Bullets beat Phoenix Suns 109-103, Golden State Warriors edged Houston Rockets 113-112, Stingrays come home with medals Some 34 members of the Y.M.C.A. Stingrays swim club travelled to Havre, Montana re- cently, to compete In the Havre Holiday Invitational swim meet. The Stingrays joined 10 other swim dubs from Canada and the United States and came up with a respectable showing in the event. Twelve members of the team reached the finals in SO vari- ous events, which is in accom- plishment in its self. Swimmers who reached the finals Included, Carl Hughes, Ann Lymagh, Calvin Koskow- ich, Brad Koskowich, Ted Han- son, Tim Hanson, Mary Ann Hughes, Gavin Fenlon, Marlene Coulter, Susan de Jourdan Bob Van Schaik and Craig Hosel- ton. In individual performances, Ted Hanson came home with tlie most ribbons capturing a gold, silver and two bronze med- als. Calvin Koskowich earned two silver medals along with a bronze while Mary Ann Hughes picked up a silver. Tim Hanson and Susan de Jourdan managed a bronze medal each. Chicago Bulls defeated Cincin- nati Royals 108-104 in overtime, Detroit Pistons downed Buffalo Beavers 101-96, and Seattle Super Sonics topped Boston Celtics 125-119. In the American Basketball Association, it was: Indiana 100 Utah 97, Memphis 118 Floridi- ans 108, and New York 105 Dal- las 97. MARIN PACES BULLETS Jack Matin's 28 points paced Baltimore's streaking Bullets to their sixth straight victory. Cazrie Russell, who hit a key three-point play with 51 seconds remaining, fired in 31 points and Nate Thurmond and Jeff Mullins each scored 25 points, pacing the Warriors triumph over Houston. Chicago's Chet Walker hit seven of his game-high 33 points in overtime, helping tbe Bulls hand Cincinnati its 14th straight setback, three short of the league record. Jimmy Walker of Detroit pumped in 35 points as the Pis- tons saddled Buffalo with its 13th loss in 14 games. Seattle survived an IB-point fourth-quarter outburst by Bos- ton's John Havlicek in holding off the Celtics. In ths NBA Saturday, it was: Buffalo 97 Cincinnati 87; Chi- cago 113 New York 108; Balti- more 110 Atlanta 102; Philadel- phia 130 Phoenii 119; Milwau- kee 135 Detroit 119; Portland 125 Cleveland 102 and Golden State 128 Boston 105. TAGGE LEADS NORTH HONOLULU (AP) Jerry Tagge, who quarterbacked Ne- braska to two consecutive na- tional collegiate championships, directed the North to a convinc- ing 24-7 victory over the South Saturday in the 26th annual Hula Bowl football game. sons In the Red Deer net. He scored two and helped on the other goal by linenute Ken Dodd. Terry Wittchen, with a pair, and Dave Grant, Greg Scott, Ron Wetland and Tom Lindskog completed the Red Deer (cor- ing. Kings picked up four penal- ties in each game as compared to six for the visitors. Saturday night the Rustlers and Kings were each assessed a five- minute major as result of a second-period skirmish between Kings' Dave George and Wllf Foord of the Rustlers. Kings were outshot 31-26 Sat- urday but managed a 33-32" edge Sunday afternoon. Sunday's three stars went to Sugar Kings as McMasters, Dodd and McCrea were select- ed. Saturday Wittchen was the first star, McMasters second and Weiland third. Kings next action is Thurs- day in Calgary when they meet the first place Mount Royal Cougars. The locals swing north to Edmonton Saturday and Sun- day. Pete Sullivan's three goals led Calgary Mount Royal Col- lege Cougars to a hard-fought 4-3 win in overtime over Ed- monton Movers in Edmonton Saturday night. Brian Hannigan got the other Cougar goal while BUI Mc- KniRht, Blair Burgess and Bri- an Houston connected for the Movers. The clubs were tied l-l after the first period and the Coug- ars ted 2-1 after 40 minutes and the contest was tied 3-3 after regulation time. Sullivan's goal at of suddcn-deatti overtime was the winner. In Edmonton the Calgary Cougars relied on shooting ac- curacy to overpower the Leafs 6-1 in a league game Sunday. Despite the fact they outshot the Cougars 37-30, Edmonton's only goal was the first of the game. The teams were tied 1-1 after Die first period and Cal- gary led 4-1 after 40 minutes. Pete Sullivan led the visitors with two goals and Brian nlgan, John Young, Rick Alex- ander and Cliff Hendrlckson scored the others. Innes Mack- ie's opening goal wag tbe last for tbe Maple Leafs. Calgary's Gary Graham made 36 saves to tb? 24 made by Rick Gibson and Bill Oles- chuk in Edmonton's net. The Cougars took five of eight minor penalties. Meanwhile in Calgary right- winger Bill Haynes scored two goals and assisted on two oth- ers as Red Deer Rustlers shut out Calgary Canucks 6-0 Sunday before about 800 fans. Gord Dillon, Dale Lewis, Terry Wittchen and Darryl Wai- Us rounded out the tally for the Rustlers who got two goals in each period. LETHKRIDGE 1 DRUMHELLEIt I First Period l.' Driimht 111 r, ROVM (Bembrldge, Cox) 2. Lelh- brlfloe. Smith (Metro, 3. Lethbridge. George (Dodd, McCrea) PtnBltUt McFBUl, GrBhim, Graham. Second Period i. Mc- Masters (George) 5. A n d r e a chuK (unaulsted) 6. Drumhtller. BecttwW (RIsMe) 7. Drum Keller, Mark (unniltted) B. Lethbridge, McMaiters (Mc- Crea] Penaltlei McFlul, Mar- shall. Third Period Ulhcrldgt, Mr> Maiten (Dodd. Wilson) 10. Ltth- bridge, McRfra (George. McAAaitersI t-.U: 11. Lelhbrldge, McMaslen (Dodg, Morln) 11. Letnbrldge, snlnike Penalties D1 r K, Menbrldge, Austin, McFaul, Dirk. RED LETHM1DOE I First Period 1. Red Deer, Wll- Ichen (unas5isled> 1. Red Dter, Wittchen (unassisted) 3. Leth- bridge, McMaslers (George) 17: IS. Penalties Wittchen. Second Period t. Lelhbrldge, Dodd (George, 5. Leln- brldge, McMasters (George) Penalties McFaul, Scott, George, Slmpkln, George Cmalor) Foord [malorl. Tnlra Period I. Red Well, and (Blngham) 7. Red Lindskog (Haynei) I. Rid Scott (Wittchen) 9. Red Deer, Grant (unassisted) 16-00. Penalties Wellind, Lewis, Dodd. Take part in Calgary card Local fighters win three The Lethbridge Boxing Club sent four members to an ama- teix card in Calgary over the weekend and caine away with three impressive wins. In the fourth fight It was a matter of experience. Perry Odney, tipping the scales at 65 pounds, outclassed Jim McDonald of the Calgary WATCH FOR IT! WAIT FOR IT! MEN'S WEAR LTD. SENSATIONAL JANUARY SAVINGS! STARTING THURSDAY, JAN. 13th The greoleit value event cf the yenr! Renfrew Boys Club. Odney's victory was in a Junior devel- opment fight for boxers with five or less fights to their cred- it. It was In this same class, in the 100-pound division that Donny Plettel was defeated or, points by Brian Waddell ot Cal- gary Downtown Lions Club. Plettel gave away weight and experience in his bout. In the open events Danny Johnson out hit Rocky Patrick of Glciclicn to earn a verdict In the 110-pound class. Carmen Rinke, a solid, hard- hitter from Burmls fighting out of tho Lolhbridge Club, had too much for Ray Duperron of Drayton Valley In handle. Rinkc, who locnl officials feel Improve] every time out, out- classed the Drnyton Valley dCbter in UM 147 pound icrip. A pair of boxen Just back from a recent Scandinavian tour emerged with victories in the two featured bouts of the card. Steve Tohill of Vancouver won on points over Lowell Ni- oiiol! of Caigary in a 156-pound tussle while Dale Anderson of Rocky Mountain House, won a split decision from Neil Austin o[ Vancouver. The two fighters weighed in nt 125 pounds. With the success at the Cal- gary card local fighters will be taking part in cards at Glel- chen, Medicine Hat and Brock- et. An organizational meeting in attempts to stage a card in Lethbridge will be held Friday evening at seven o'clock. Any- one interested Is asked to at- tend. For further information phone Tony Bogusky 327-4075 or Oscar (Macy it W-ltitt, Jnwry 10, TH1 LfTHMIDOl HHALD 7 Mabin, Jokuty champs The city five-pin handicap champions were decided at Capri Bowl over the weekend. Maria Jokuty and George Mabin reign as city chansons and will lead a four-member team into the southern tone On- als set for Capri Bowl Jan. 29- 30. The winners of the fouth zone rolloffs will advance to the western Canada finali let for Saskatoon Easter. The handicap event b re- stricted to bowlers whose aver- ages, for men, do not exceed 201 and for'the gab 191. Mrs. Jokuty had 70 pin id- vantage over her nearest rival Mrs. Jokuty hit for sit to tbe four-game rolloff. Shirley Mar- shall came up with an 848 for second place. Third went to Linda Kish with an 810. Matin, on the other hand, had his bands full with runner-up Allen Betger. Mahin edged his opponent by a mere 17 pins as he scored 932 as compared to 915 for Betger. Otto PanknUy was third with an 878 pintail. Jokuty, Marshall, Mabin and Betger will meet bowlen from Banff, Milk River, Warn- er, Ptocher Creek and Medi- cine Hat in the Eouth final. All told 33 bowlers took part In the one-day competition Sun- day. ADVANCE TO SOUTH FINAL Thete four bowlers will take part in Hie south zone handicap five-pin rolloffs later thii month. They won the right to advance Sunday at Capri Bawl. The winners are, front, left to right George Mabin and Maria Jokuty. Back, left to right ere, Allan Belger and Shirley Marthall. Bowling CAPRI IOWL NU MODE HOMES Lell OBer at: Mary Wlshnevtkl Ml Madeline Szekely Evelyn Slenn J48; Arleen Reed Marl Bodarnuk 243; May Kalesar 268 May Syme 257; Eire Arliman US: Dorothy Coolidge 165; May Hle- bert ScScw Ul. HENRY HOMES Orest Yurchak 317 Birry Tol. estrup 270; Bob Koole 251; Slevt. Gyorkos 255 Tom Adams 510 Con Arnold 25! Bernlt Carrier 271 Slella Stevenson 245; Helen Myndlo 267; Jean 274 Bernlct Gyorkas 1U; Marg Ml- chalenko 234; Kay Davison 231. BOISE CASCADE Bunny Winig 23-i; Pauletle Alnslty BJl Jim Mniley. Jim Wlsby Ralph Heltman 201 Canadiens fall further back Ratelle moves past Esposito By IAN MicLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer With Hie mid-season all-star poll at hand, Jean Ratelle took a big step Sunday towards a goal few hockey observers thought Phil' Esposito as the first line centre on ttie National Hockey League's East Division all-star team. The rangy Nfew Yorker, who added several pounds hi the off-season to give him more bal- ance In the slot, scored one goal and assisted on four others in the Rangers 8-0 rout of Los An- geles Kings. The five points lifted the 31- year-old native of Lac St. Jean, Que., into first place in the NHL scoring race at the mid-way mark in tbe season with 71 points, one ahead of Boston's Esposito who scored two goals in the Bruins 5-3 loss Saturday to St. Louis Blues. It was the first time since 1961-82 that a Ranger HIE led the league in scoring at a cru- cial stage. That season Andy Bathgate and Chicago's Bobby Hull finished at M points each, but the Black Hawk winger got the nod on the basis of more to 28. It was the first of four 50-goal seasons for Chicago's Golden Jet. HAWKS STOP CANADIANS Elsewhere Sunday, the Black Hawks blistered Montreal Cana- diens 5-2, Philadelphia Flyers clobbered California Golden Seals 10-3, Detroit Red Wings defeated Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2 and Toronto Maple Leafs edged Buffalo Sabres 2-1. In other Saturday action, Montreal laced Los Angeles 10- 2, Vancouver Canucks upset Minnesota North Stan 5-1, Chi- cago blanked Pittsburgh 4-0 and Toronto and Philadelphia skated lo a 2-2 tie. When play resumes Tuesday night, Montreal will visit St. Louis, PhialdclpWa moves into Detroit and Vancouver enter- tains Minnesota. The Ranger returned Ihem lo top spot in the East with 60 points, one ahead of Boston. Both teams have played 39 games. Chicago, also with 60 put 11 between them and Minnesota, niraiers-np in the West, with lliolr weekend sweep. If anyone on the Ranger team ranks all-star recognition Emilc Francis, New York's coach and general manager, rates highly, especially In comparisons will) Rsposito. "Hr.s ISsnosilo done ns much for Boston ns Rnlclle did for New be uked noeotly. "He (Ratelle) Is superb at this has turned (be stretched Its league-leading ceoffs, does an awful lot of to 189 points this season. on defence and passes like York's GAG Line Hadfield, rugged in added Francis in with Ratelle corners, is tied for third in ence to the now-retired Vic Hadfield on the toft scoring race with Boston de- real centre star, Jean Rod Gilbert, has picked Bobby Orr, each with "He has made his line points in the last two points, and Gilbert is right Davis rink with 58. The line has produced 81 of Rangen 178 goals. Ratelle was aware of how points he needed to get by good Boston centre in tbe (coring race. "Five points Hot's not he said alter the game. The Lyte Davis rink of Curling Club knew what I needed, but I bridge remained ufceaten think I could get it." The earned the "A" division of one winner will lead at the half-way District 2 playdowns at the double-knockout means a bonus to tin to the southern final to the "We knew what Jean Deer Feb. 3-5. The southern finalist then moves on to the Alberta final admitted Hadfield, "and that made lor added pressure. Feb. we felt if we played our the two days of action, the Davis rink defeated four rinks from forechecked them and jumped in fast he'd have his chances." by Alf Lagler, opened the scoring at Garth Pilling and Malcolm MacDonald and one skipped by a Picture Butte York at of first period then later assisted on two goals each by linemates Had' and Gilbert. Six members of the Lethbridge Track and Field Club travelled to Edmonton to compete in the North South Alberta dual meet over the Davis rink Is presently sitting good after winning the "A" side of the playdowns. This means that the "B" winners must drop Davis and his crew twice in order to win Hull didn't score any goals in Chicago's weekend sweep. But the thundering shot that has produced 28 goals this season and threatens Hadfield's all-star aspirations played The first and second place finishers in the dual meet will represent Alberta in the Alberta-Saskatchewan dual meet which will be held in Edmonton The "B" winner has not been decided yet and Malcolm Mac-Donald will play-off with Wayne Terriff for the right to meet role in Sunday's win. He blistered one at Montreal goaltender Dennis DeJordy that sent his former team-mate crumpling to the ice, obviously ary 22. Of the six athletes Joyce Ober came home wiih the most is interesting to note that both these rinks have lost to Davis in earlier by the collision. The puck trickled behind the falling Montreal goalie and Pit pressive record capturing a reached the tucked it home at in the 50 metre hurdles with beating Don more goals got past the time of seconds and Coyne and Jim Reid Montreal goalie before first in the long jump with Lethbridge while period ended. distance of 17 feet six Ed Moskaluk, Montreal goalie, who Stuart Hunmngs was and Alf Lagler from on the ice for several mo- impressive over the in order to before regaining his feet, picking up a first, second, later the shot did more to and a fourth place finish "B" finals started at him than it was stunning. his today at the scorers are on page He heaved the shot put 54 six inches to win that event and added tt second in ihe jump pouig over the bar at His third place finish came the 50 metre hurdles while came home fourth in the jump. 7iD blraups will make the north rgain in two weeks as earned himself a second place finish in the shot put with distance of 45 feet six The only other athlete to 8.30 a first place ribbon was Dalhgren, who carted home TITLE BOUT: VON HESS vi first in the shot of Infameui TOR KAMATA 6 She heaved the shot put feet ind one inch to giln 00 ;