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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IETH5BIDG! HERALD Wsdnjjda Sugar Kings close, but no cigar The devil you say, nine straight? I By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor i The Lethbridge Sugar Kings would like to take to task who- ever made the statement ''the i law of averages is one in three." How can such a statement exist in this day and age? In particular in the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League where the Kings are 5-34 over the season. What hurts even more, they :hsve ye; 10 defeat the siomst Crowsresi Pass Red 1 Wilf Foord had the other Rust- 1 ler goaJ and Dave Bell replied for Edmonton, both in tie first period. In Calgary the Canucks scor- ed nine consecutive goals in last two period Tuesday night to defeat Drumheller Falcons 12-1. The Canucks, who trailed 4-3 midway through the second period, were paced by Ian Mc- Phee, had [our goals. Siu Younger scored hviee. Dale Eloschuk. J i m Patenaude. Roger Bourque, Mark Lomen- da. Joe Delutv and Elaine Mc- Leod shared the others. Brian Maxwell of (he Falcons received two 10-minute miscon- ducts. a game misconduct, a major and a minor during the game. Drumheller drew one other minor penalty Cal- gary had three nrnors, a major and a misconduct. ICE CHIPS Tuesday's three i two men short for a minute 1 stars, picked by former Leth- I and 36 seconds in the third Native Sons standout I period but didn't allow the Los "colwill were Derek Haas, I Pass a shot on goal Tim O'Donnrll of the Kings McMahon almost scored while his mates were two men dorm and Larry Leslandcr of the Pass David Lltchfield I but was tripped by Pass net- turned in a strong performance. I minder Mike McCollam for the Kings in probably best game oi the season. He fLngered a misronduct and scored once find added two i a major helpers The Kings were the Kings 40-39. also ouishot "SEE THAT SPOT ABOUT 200 YARDS DO WN We -e even VJD Henderson Tuesccy. Hj Ascrcrr we-1--.; -'s ?-j-r The two o'd friencs cct in hcles Tuesccv r-crntng. Kreccs'-cy oe 66 rexr mcntn wr-i'le c-2 Co I've 'We go-- ccv -.v? ceded Set bed 'or Jcrr.-arv I i'-. t'.V- c-ctc) opinion differs DiMaggio likes changes NEW YORK "Sure. thus rule might make records. Bar.? Ruth i'm prouci of it because ev- runs. R'isrJig streaks. Pitching hit was a iegirintate SLTI streaks. records dor. t "Pro foo'.iill t; or. '.re Bowling; CiPS) Y3.C. B ir year to prccuce a rcrjiir.c Bzseizai] fc? between :re ".e2rjes. I has :o :o pro- the baseoill o: stance that of DuMri'gifi -far.tle- "I think baseball reeds to keep urj the and make changes." said Murcer. "But '-here's a lot to what Mickey alt'tu: the rule ''Pitching is 90 tt-er cent oi "This rule ci the Amtrlcar, Is b- tended to ocer u-p -he ar.d make it more for the EpecUtors. 'T tblp-k it cc'uld have just the opposite effect. I; gives the Atwoocl wiu r B.C. Tuesday night at Henderson Ice Centre, beiore the biggest! crowd of the season OT. the j KL-.25 h-d theL- best char.rj. but it never came to be. They lost 6-5 ua overtime. In nine league meeiLtgs. Lhe Red DevUs have won all nine. If the Kbgs u-ere ever going to defes: the Devils i; hud lo be Tuesday evenL-g. Even Crou-srest coach John Chap- man agreed, "the Kings played their pest same of the season toniEht Tuesday'. But our guys want to make the piaycfis and this was a big game ic-r us." The setting was perfect for STi upset by the Kings. A bus load of fans, along with nearly 10 cars, cccornrjarj'ed the Red Devils ar.d saw their club tall behind in the firs; five minutes o-f the game. Brent Clelarxi, Knibbs and Da'.-ld LttcrjielJ propelled the KInss Lntn a cuick three- seal lead and had the Red Devils Ln. trouble. Kowever. forgot to tetl Derek Haas the and on the locals. V.nen Ote talent- ed youug player firJshed- outing aitd had sezt the Kings to their rin'-h straight less to the Devils. Haas scored twice before the Devils one goal back of the Tr.s two c'ubs matched goals tn secor.d. by Leth- bricse's Ser-ter arc! one by Rick of the. Pass. Zmger swred early in the tfcro Mriol to offset a fecor.d mark- er by ard t'-e stage WES set for overtime. eel up a loose ptck in '-he face- off cL-cle to the right o' Lfth- bridr.e Dan Miitor, and fired z sh.M that ap- peared to hit something on the ice ar.d skipped through Mil- tcn's legs. It v. as a dejected- band of Sugar Kings -x'-o skated off the ice at the mark of the overtime session. "We car.'t closer." said Kir.r.i' coach Syd KaH. "It's too bad there has to be a loser. Meanwhile u-; Red Deer thirrl- perlod goals try Dale Bbihair. ar.d Doug LL-dskog sparked Red Deer Rustlers to a 5-2 M'C- tory o-.-er Ea.tior.tcr. Mets. broke a 1-1 tie mid- LL-dskos 'lallied t-Ith1 about t.Tree fiutes be- fore Pete Skrsbyk of the rarrowec the margin with than two minutes remaLning. to B.C. tliOSOTIW Magnussen opens healthy lead VANCOUVER ICPI Toiler Cranston of Toronto, the world's best free skaier in 1972. today opens defence of his Canadian T-.l? e M'r'-.1 tempis to e-ttend her lead in the women's section of UK figure skating championships. Cranston, a 23-year-old pro- fessional artist, is a heavy" fa- vorite to repeat his 1ST-: win. Today's competition calls for the three compulsory figures Ln men's action and most experts feel Cranston can Lake the'lead in that event. He u-as ninth in the world championship last year after figures first in free skatinc, finishing fifth over-aU. Meanwhile. Miss Maenussen, s 30-year-old from North couver. will skaia ia the con- pulson.- free skating, a new Trickle introduced this year. Figures now ccunt for 40 per cent cf a skater's marks, cotn- free tkatjiiE for per cent and free skating for 40. Prericcsy. comoulsery fig- ures aixl free statirg counted for 50 per cent each. TAKES BIG LEAD Miss Magnussen, the IS72 Ca- nadian rh; secor.Q- -j ace IT. -hje Olympic competitions, took a commanding iead after Tues- dav's compuJ5Or.' She was given first place by ail seven for seven or- dinals and 103.5 points. She said she was disappointed her marks, but a Canadian rtgur? Skating .Association offi- cial said the only way Miss Macrrjssen could be caught by her opposirio.-, was if fhov. -JD 'or the rea of the championship. Ln second place Cathy Lee Lrw-in. K, of Toronto while Ruth Hutchinson of Vaccouver WEE thi-c. Hutchinson !ed ICij Irra, a stunnicg blonde, afte- ftg'jre; y-_ the rocto skater caught up on the last figure. Tr.-e Vancouver girl has been runrer-UD to Mtss for the las: vs-o years and fin- ishing behitd ML" twin in fig- ures was a surprise. stated a? 5he "nas before. I've ira- orcvec rr.y r-gvTES." ssld Miss elded on the first day. Christine McBelh, 13. from Koci. B.C.. and Rob Dick, 17. from Vancouver won the novice p.vrf. INDss McEeth. who ch-armed the crowd with whst one profes- stonal coach termed and Dies sLx first- place votes arid second from the seven judges. Runners-up we-e Keily Hume. 13, from Toronto ard Denni? Trevino looking for win Johnston. 17. from Port Perry. Mirk Hominuke 14. and Doo- Onc., while Lynne Begin, an-: na Rude. 13. of the Lethbridge other 13-year-old, and Mark i Figure Skating Club, placed Gignac. 17. o! Sault Ste. Marie, i sever-ih overall in the novice Ont.. third. j pairs eompelidoa. I'LL AVs .ME PHOTO j BURNEb llT) -THE TrlAT UNOES riLLOW YOUNG iDULTS Laiir.skt Dor. hi> red BUYRITE MEN'S ALL WORSTED OFF Rsg., rsg., 5'3-r '1. 3C lo ALL Reg. 8950 NOT ON SALE and HATS S-.V.X'.. Wed- 795 3. 95 Reg. lo 11.95 (o 10.00 lo 7 15 10 95 0.7J rVollcry by Stelion S3 2 tiiEi. Beg. 13 59.50 1 3 tCiSG AS THEY LAST 1 318 5th ST. 5. OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P .'A. AUEPAHOH; EXTRA, MO REFUNDS 09 EXCHANGES RUSSLAV TRIPS HELPED Additionally, she had gained bv finishLns first in the Moscow Skate, in Russia Looking ahead to free skat- ins, sbe she ore'er'i to skate an artistic rather than an atru'etx Drocram. ''I don't like a let of jumps, like the East or West Germans. I prefer IL-3 and fortr. uke acdition of compulsorv free ska-'ns arid the resuitant drop b. the r.umber of com- puisory to three frorr. si.t "iTelped trie concentrate "But it seetr.ed I was gettir.g weaker weaker as the t'.'E- ures went on Now. I can get k the o.-lv de- rCCSON. An; fAP> Lee Treviro gets back into action this week as the top attraction and pre-tcuntey fsvorlie .n SljO.TO Tuson crea gc.if te'ur- Tr.e British Open chatnricn has been considerably less than a bail of fire Li the early going this season and hasn't won a dime going into this third tour- nament of the campaign. But he's a sol-d choice as the mac lo bea; for the SCO rco trp prize in the event that gets under way Thursday. Trevmo. winner of more than S2W.OW in each of his iast two seasocs. failed to make the cut in the first and decided lo skip last -.-eek's Phoenix Open. He scored consecutive Phoe- nix Open victories Ln 1970-71. Not only does he play the cac- tus-studded Tucson National course very well, his rcle cf fa- vorite is further ecnancecl by the absence of Jack Billy Casper, Antold Farcer arxt Gary Pkyer. The 144-man stanicg Lieup ir.cludes 11 of 17 men who won SiOj.'XO or more last year, a to- tal of 23 tcurr.anter.t uinners from 197: and both of this year's winners. Australian Bruce Cramptoa and Rod Fun- seth. .Among the chief challengers are defending title-holder Miller Barber. double winners Gner Jones. Jerr.- Heard and Australian Bruce Devlin, and big George Archer, winner of two tournaments las: season and a loser to Barber in a marathon. 21-hcle plavoft At yards, the pa--7T Tuc- son National is one of the est courses the t.t.urtr.r. pros play all It's clr.ost CO? yards ledger than last week's Artzona Co-ur.try Club course. I: fesrjrfs acres of water. greens almost green Fat-j-avs and ;rreer.s have dyrf for the benefit ot weekeid tele-.lsioo ccverarte. ELRICH TIRE SPORT L T f A ALBERTA JUS10H WESTERN CANADA W L T F A Pfs. DMilm NiTIOSAU LEAGUE Hci'e-p'cVi i MICKEY SCORES ViCRLD V '.5- s-; 'i M i: 'S :_3 -.c-.i S--I i 1 CIiT'CN i Crusdders share first Early goals stand up Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS rc-.o'ar.d raaje '.heir a; cooit ajraini; Parenr he'.d or. for --T ".-in over Biaiers ;o nj'T.e de in Lh.e V.'orid Association East- err- Tr.e early ZM'O on Parent, b; v.'S-p a.-.d Do'ic .1 didn't rt.i the E'.azcrs !o by the rnid'A-gv r77ark e; oeriod on Don Ilcrrinian ar.d John McKcnz.c. Paul Andrea ahead again vilh a Fhort- hnndfd pnal. r.nlv to havo Phila- pe; fht? fquaiizer hv Andre l.acrou before the period The frusaders finally pu: Ihe "amo av nv -j-ith Dirk Pumple1', .ui'h IP.SS ll'sn fA Cleveland v--'ji New Enrlap.d I.T action. Win.'ii- Ks Je'j sfreiched their West- err, lead to nine points over .MLt.'tefou by bes'Jns the ir.e Sama 3-1 a' Wirnipeg Oilers Lxs teles Sharks f-l in and Quebec Lx-5 Nordiques eilgfd O'.ia-i-a .Nationals ai-o in The Crusaders ar.d both see action in tonight's only rievtland i-iiiiins Hous- ton Aeroj ar.d Nw Er.glar.d al CoMgarf. Cn.STj'.V PENALTY Pumple'? game-uinnir.p tally before a Philadelphia croud oi 13.V) u-itji wcond.s in a holding penalty Lo Blaz- ers' Irv Spenecr. The Jen ncpcri Ehreo foils Minnpfota .lack Mc'Jartan in a of just over ih.-ee In nail down their :7Ui wji of Ihc .season. 1 Bobby Hi wiped cui a: 11 c: ct' te thj'rc period. scored M-jir.-r at 13 "i ar.d Norrr. a: M rrt :r_s rt'd L-.e s-.i for the cached Jc'j. bro'-.e IP 0; pe-iix tt the Sair.ts ir. front 5 Hi faro. fir-iT.sld Locierc's seco.-d coal of tr.o earr.e off a penalty shot in the third period tied the .-t r.ty ard Michel lUrvey note red of '.he wawn <3 seconds into to fea- ture Nordiqufs comeback. The playing in front of Quebec look period lends of 3-1 and 1-3. Wayne Carlelon. Rich Cun- niMhnm, Ken Slepiionson and Guy heat Penis Brodeur lo eive Ot' the ad- i ant.ic" heading too Ihe I'l minutes. I Make TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD; COMPLETf SALES I SERVICE Id An HIOIV M7-6IU nT-H45 ;