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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. January 17, 1974 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-11 Howe one goal short of magic 800 plateau By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian Press Staff Writer Father Gordie set the tone for the Howe family Wednesday night. The patriarch of hoclcey's first family scored his 799th career goal to help Houston Aeros down Toronto Toros 4-1 in a World Hockey Association game. Howes contributed to three of the four Houston goals. Son Mark, an 18-year-old left winger, scored the first Aeros goal with help from his father. And Gordie and son Marty, the 19-year-old defenceman, set up the third-period goal by Jim Sherritt that gave the Aeros a 4-0 lead. ' Wednesday's goal was Gor-die's 13th of the WHA season. He scored 786 for Detroit Red Summaries Long-range goal Dave Keon (14) of Toronto Maple Leafs, beats California Golden Seals' goalie Gilles Meloche with a fake and a long slap Orr, Esposito, Martin lead balloting shot to score the second Leaf goal. Keon stole the puck and broke in alone on Meloche. Trailing the play is Seals' Ted McAneeley. Three unanimous on East All-Stars MONTREAL (CP) -Defenceman Bobby Orr and centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins, along with left winger Richard Martin of Buffalo Sabres, are unanimous choices for the National Hockey League's East Division all-star team. Blues swap ST. LOUIS (AP) - Defen-cemen Steve Durbano and Ab DeMarco and left wing Bob Kelly were traded Wednesday night by St. Louis Blues to Pittsburgh Penguins for left wing Greg Polls and defenceman Bryan Watson. Also included in the deal, the Penguins' second in two weeks, was Pittsburgh's second choice in this year's National Hockey League draft. "We believe we are getting two very fine hockey players," said Blues' president Sidney Salomon, who announced the trade. "Also, we are very happy to have a second-round draft choice back." The Blues had acquired both Durbano, 22, and DeMarco, 23, from New York Rangers during trades last season. In acquiring Don Awrey, an NHL West Division all-star defenceman, at outset of the current campaign, St. Louis had given up its second-round choice in the draft to Boston Bruins. Polls, 23, was chosen by Pittsburgh during the first round of the 1970 draft and totalled 56 goals the last two seasons for the Penguins. The six-foot 195-pound Polls had 14 goals and 13 assists entering a Wednesday night game against Los Angeles, while Watson, a 31-year-old veteran of 11 NHL seasons, had a goal and four assists. Kelly, 27, was acquired by St. Louis from the Rangers' farm system. Pittsburgh had traded right wing Al McDonough, a West Division all-star right wing, to Atlanta Flames in exchange for forward Chuck Arnason and defenceman Bob Paradise. All three obtained the maximum 120 points. Results of the voting among East Division members of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association (PHWA) were announced today. They showed that first-place Boston Bruins had placed five players on the team that will meet its counterpart from the West Division in the 27th annual NHL all-star game at Chicago, Jan. 29. In addition to Orr and Esposito, the other Bruins named were goaltender Gilles Gilbert, left winger Wayne Cashman and right winger Ken Hodge, with all but Cashman leading the voting for the 12-man squad at their respective positions. Second-place Montreal Canadiens had three players named-defencemen Guy Lapointe and Serge Savard and right winger Yvan Cour-noyer. Goalie Dave Dryden-joins Martin from the Buffalo club. Completing the starting lineup were defenceman Brad Park of New York Rangers and centre Norm Ullman of Toronto Maple Leafs. Scotty Bowman of the Canadiens will coach the East squad against Billy Reay of' Chicago Black Hawks. Bowman will select an additional eight players next week to complete his team. The West Division team was announced Wednesday. Bowman and Reay earned the right to coach the respective teams because their clubs finished first in their divisions last season. Bowman's Canadiens also defeated Reay's Black Hawks in the 1973 Stanley Cup final. It marked the first time since 1967-68 that in any voting for all-stars-either mid-season, official teams at the end of a season, or for all-star game competition-three players gained unanimous totals in the voting. Pronghorns host Vikings The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns varsity hockey club is currently riding a two-game winning The voting is based on five points for a first-place choice, three for a second, and one for a third. In 1967-68, the last time there was a mid-season vote for the official NHL all-star teams, the three players selected unanimously were Orr, along with centre Stan Mikita and left winger Bobby Hull of Chicago. But none of the three were unanimous choices in the second-half poll. Only three of the 12 players selected are rookies to all-star competition-goalies Gilbert and Dryden and Cashman. Veteran among the 12 selectees is Ullman, who will be making his 11th start. Orr has been in six previous games; Esposito, five; Park and Cournoyer, four each; Savard, Martin and Hodge, two each; and Lapointe, one. BOSTON 5, CHICAaO S FIral parlod - 1. Boston, Sanderson 6 (Orr) 5:11; 2. Boston, Sheppard 3 (Marcotte) 8:28; 3. Cliicago, Rota 9 (Martin, Pappin) 13:49; 4. Chicago, Rota 10 (Redmond) 17:29. Penalties - Russell 11:35, O'Reilly 16:01. Second period - 5. Chicago, Bordeleau 8 (Russell, Maki) 15:32; 6. Chicago, Pappin 12 (Martin) 16:35. Penalties - None. Third porlod - 7. Boston, Hodge 28 (Sims, Orr) 0:19; 8. Chicago, Redmond 10 (Bordeleau) 8:18; 9. Boston, Bucyk 15, 12:08; 10. Boston, Sanderson 7 (Orr, Forbes) 16:03. Penalties - Russell, O'Reilly ma|ors 7:35, Bucyk 12:35. Shot* on goal by Boston 7 11 12-30 Chicago 12 S 7-27 Attendance - 19,000. DETROIT 4, N.V. RANGERS 4 FIrtI period - 1. Detroit, DIonne 11 (Harris) 5:02; 2, Detroit, Jarry 7 (Hogaboam, Hughes) 6:07; 3. Detroit, Hdgaboam 4 (Jarry) 11:43; 4. Detroit, Hogaboan 5 (DIonne, Redmond) 13:57; 5. NY Rangers, VIckers 13 (Falrbairn, Tkaczuk) 16:51. Penalties - Berenson 7:10, Tkaczuk 13:13, Johnston 16:09, StemkowskI 17:26, Carr 20:00. Second period - 6. NY Rangers, Park 12 (VIckers, Tkaczuk) 18:00. Penalties - Irvine, Redmond 2:36, Marotte 3:07. Hughes 16:50, Nellson 18:39. Third period - 7. NY Rangers, Park 13 (Rousseau, Hadfleld) 17:32; 8. NY Rangers, MacGregor 14 (Rousseau, Gilbert) 19:37. Penalties - None. Shot* on goal by New York 9 7 9-25 Detroit 8 18 7-30 ' Attendance - 12,812. CALIFORNIA 8, TORONTO 8 Firat period - 1. Toronto, Ham-marstrom 12 (McKenny, Pelyk) 2:42; 2. California, Gllbertson 8 (Kessell) 5:02; 3. California, M. Johnston 2 (Boldirev, Patrick) 8:44; 4. Toronto, Keon 16 (McKenny) 13:09; 5. Toronto, McDonald 8 (Slttler, Favell) 19:40. Penalties - McAneeley 1:35, Thompson 6:43, McKenny 7:29, Henderson 10:48. Second period - 6. California, Kessell 2 (Gllbertson, Murray) 5:24; 7. California, Gllbertson 9 (Patrick, Kessell) 6:49; 8. California, J. Johnston 17 (M. Johnston) 16:00. Penalties - Henderson 3:45, J. Johnston 10:01, Favell misconduct 16:00. Third period - 9. Toronto, Slttler 22 (Hammarstrom) 5:59; 10. Toronto, McDonald 9 (Hammarstrom, Slttler) 10:59. Penalties - None. Shota on goal by Toronto 13 18 14-43 California 8 12 8-28 Attendance - 3,661. LOS ANQELES 2, PITTSBURQH 0 Firel period - 1. Los Angeles, Hoene 2 (Kozak) 13:17; 2. Los Angeles, Lesuk 2 (Hoene) 13:27. Penalties - St. Marseille 2:06, Maloney major, Watson major, game misconduct 14:51, Lagace 19:39. Second period - No scoring. Penalties - Kanneglesser 0:45, ' Murphy 6:22, Vachon 10:10, Lagace major 14:11, Murphy, Apps majors 18:21. Third period - No scoring. Penalties - Hoene 1:07, Burrows 3:42, Williams 4:59. Shota on goal by LoaAngelea 7 8 4-19 PIttaburgh 14 9 9-32 Attendance - 7,000. Wings before retiring at the end of the 1970-71 National Hockey League season. TOPPED LAST TOTAL The goal and two assists increased his points total to 54 for the season, two more than he accumulated in all of that last NHL season. Gordie, 45, is fourth in the WHA scoring race. The win enabled the Aeros to open a four-point lead over Edmonton Oilers in the WHA West Division. Edmonton has played three games more than Houston. Gord Labossiere scored the other goal for the Aeros, while Tom Martin had the only goal for the Toros, whose hold on second place in the WHA East Division became even more precarious. Toronto leads third-place Cleveland by one point but the Toros have played five more games than the Crusaders. New England Whalers increased their lead over the Toros to four points by downing New Jersey Knights 4-2 in Wednesday's only other game. Whalers 4 Knights 2 Linemates Tom Williams, Al Karlander and John French each collected a goal and an assist for the Whalers. Hugh Harris scored the other New England goal. Brian Morenz spoiled the shutout bid by New England goalie Bruce Landon when he scored at 5:16 of the third period. Harry Howell, the 41-year-old player-coach, scored his first goal of the year for the Knights with less than two minutes to play. Tonight, Vancouver Blazers visit Houston and Chicago Cougars play at New England. Rangers rallied, were down by 4-0 streak and wil be out to ex- TAIWAN CHALLENGE TAIPEI (CP) - Taiwan will send an all-star women's basketball team to the United States next month for a series of 10 exhibition games, the National Basketball Association said Monday. The Chinese national women's team will play 10 more games in Central and South America before the tour ends at Sao Paulo, Brazil, where an international invitation tournament begins on March 18. tend it this weekend. The Pronghorns will host the Camrose Lutheran College Vikings for a pair of Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League games with the first encounter set for 8:30 Friday night. The Pronghorns, who came home with a successful road trip last weekend, will entertain the Vikings again Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Both games are slated for the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. SKIDOOERS - STUCK For Some Rugged Terrain make the Crowsnest Forest Reserve your playground Rent a Deluxe Log Cabin for the Season ... or by the month  RESTAURANT* SAUNA* LOUNGE VERY REASONABLE RATES crowsnest guest ranch Box 97, Coleman Phone 563-3990 HURRY!... Season already in full swing By THE CANADIAN PRESS Emile Francis says he's already noticed an improvement in New York Rangers since he went back to coaching them last week. "This team's been having trouble scoring on the road," Francis said Wednesday night after the Rangers tied Detroit Red Wings 4-4 in a National Hockey League game. "But we were four goals behind and came back. That should prove something." Francis, who is also general manager of the Rangers, took over the coaching chores from Larry Popein after the team took a 7-2 pasting from Buffalo Sabres a week ago tonight. Under Francis, the Rangers, who have had a disappointing season had whipped Vancouver Canucks and California Seals before Wednesday's game. Francis lifted goalie Ed Giacomin for an extra attacker and 51 seconds to play and ex-Red Wing Bruce MacGregor found a corner of the Detroit net with 23 Simpson top male athlete NEW YORK (AP) - 0. J. Simpson, record-busting running back of the National Football League's Buffalo Bills, was named the Male Athlete of the Year for 1973 by The Associated Press Wednesday. In a poll of member broad-casters and newspapers, Simpson received 332 votes, more than twice as many as baseball slugger Hank Aaron of Atlanta Braves, who finished second with 153. Third place belongs to Bill Walton of UCLA's collegiate basketball champions. Golf star Jack Nicklaus was fourth and baseball's Pete Rose of Cincinnati Reds finished fifth. Secretariat, the Triple Crown winning race horse, finished sixth, attracting 20 votes. His jockey, Ron Tur-cotte of Grand Falls, N.B., got four. It was the highest finish ever by a horse in the poll which measures athletic achievement in the course of a calendar year. Behind Secretariat were baseball pitcher Nolan Ryan of California Angels, heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, pro golfer Tom Weiskopf-who included the Canadian Open among his five titles in 1973- auto racers David Pearson and Jackie Stewart, college football runner John Cappelletti of Penn State and Turcotte. seconds to play to give the Rangers the tie. The Wings got two goals from Bill Hogaboam and one each from Marcel DIonne and Pierre Jarry during a nine-minute stretch of the first period to take their early lead. But the Rangers came back, with defenceman;Brad Park narrowing the deficit to one goal with his second goal of the night at 17:32 of the third period. In Wednesday's other games, Pittsburgh Penguins blanked Lios Angeles Kings 2-0, Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks tied 5-5, and Toronto Maple Leafs tied the Seals 5-5. Priddy guilty LOS ANGELES (AP) -Jerry Priddy, former major league baseball player, was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in prison for threatening to blow up an ocean liner. Priddy, who spent 11 years in the big leagues with several teams, was convicted Sept. 10 of threatening to blow up the Princess Cruise Lines steamship S. S. Island Princess unless he was given $250,000. LAST CHANCE! Skate Exchange # Sharpened % Shined 0 New Laces # Sanitized The Four Top Selling Hockey Sticks are Sherwood Victorville Canadian Cooper Thaae aticka are all available to you at direct factory to you prieea. Over 600 dozen In atock. Wa alao carry C.C.IM., Koho, Christian Brothara and Waaler hockey sticks. SEE... �rT & mac's CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY OpenThurs.&Frl.Tiligp.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." ... and don't say, we didn't warn you ! WodpjAmmiipl lohtwi U up! 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