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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 11, - THE IETHBRIDQE HERALD - 7 City five-pin championships wind up Violini, Tun bridge emerge with honors By PAT SULLIVAN ' Herald Sports Writer There can be no getting away from it, Dianne Violini and Gary Tunbridge were just too hot for the competition in the city five-pin championships which wound up Sunday at Oapri Bowl. The youthful pair of veterans McKenzie out, shoulder hurt WINS STAN MCDONALD TROPHY -Gary Tunbridge, left, receive* the Stan McDonald memorial trophy from Gordon Hoieltoh Sunday after winning the city men's five-pin championship. Weekend summaries 11 14 9-S4 ii 7 �-� SUNDAY CHICAGO 4 NEW YORK S First Period - 1. New York, Had. field 11 (Retells, Nellson) 2:07; 2. New York, Retell* 20 (Park) 12:22; 3. New York, Brown 3, 17*04; 4. Chicago, Mlklta 2 (Koroll, Korab) 18:46. Penalties - Magnuson 0:43; Korab, minor, ma lor 3:34; Deslardlns minor, Irvine minor ma|or, misconduct, 3:34, Stem-Kowskl 7:02; Horton 14:21. Second Period - 5. Chicago, R. Hull IS (Mlklta, Koroll) 14:39; 6. Chicago, P/nder 10 (Makl, Stapleton) 18:31. Penalties-falling, 1:39; White double minor, 7:48; Retell* 14:26; Nellson 19:26. Third Period - 7. Chicago, White 4 (Martin) 16:35. Penalty - Park 4:39. Shot* on goal by New York .. .... .. Chicago .... ...... Attendance - 16,666. UFFALO 4 MONTRBAL 4 First Period - 1. Montreal, F. Ma-hovllch 16 (Laperrlere) 1:37; 2. Buffalo, Atkinson 7 (Meehan, Barrle) 2:00; 3. Buffalo, Mershall 8 (Andrea, Perreault) 12:18. Penalties - Lapolnte :10, Harper 11:06. Second Period - 4. Montreal, P. Mahovllch IS (Coyrnoyer, Trembley) 4-10; 5. Buffalo, Smith 3 (Krake. Fleming) 14:26. Penalties - Barrle 2:52, Lemalre, Hamilton 3:12, Watson 1:32, Lapolnte 11:23. Third Period r 6. Montreal Rob-rto 2 (P. Mahovllch) 4:52; 7. Mon-treel, Tardlf 11 (Richard, Larose) 11:20; 8. Buffalo, Duff 3 (Meehan) 15:38. Penalties - Barrle 7*04, P. Mahovllch, Fleming majors 7:40, Ferguson 16:56. Shots on goal by Montreal...........  11 14-14 Buffalo............ 15 11 6-32 Attendance - 10,429. MINNESOTA 1 DETROIT 0 First Period - 7. Minnesota, Williams 8 (Oliver, Parlse) 1:35. Penalties - Webster 9:26, Mln bench served by Beaudln 11:31, Williams 14:41. Second Period-2. Minnesota, Grant 21 (Williams, Oliver') 18:54. Penalties -Reld 1:30, MacGregor 9:23, O'Shea � No scoring. Penalties 11 7 10-28 s 10 12-11 12:57. Third Period - None. Shots on goal by Minnesota ........ Detroit ............ Attendance - 12,221 LOS ANGELES 4 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Berry 1:39, Clarke 3:19, Watson �:00, W. Hlllman 7:27, Flett 8:11. Le-mleux 12:18, Gendron 14:15. Second Period - 1. Lot Angeles, (Price) 1 2:17. Penalties - Price 4:17 Schmautz, Clarke, Ravllch 5:05, Dernier, Lonsberry 5:47. Third Period - 2. Los Angeles 14, 11:45; 3. Philadelphia, Lacrolx S (Nolet, Hale) 14:04; 4. Los Angeles, Wldlng 12, 17:48; 5. Los Angeles, Lonsberry 12 (Flett, Joyal) 19:13, Penalties - Flett 3:41. Berry, W. Hill-man 9:15. Shots on goal by Los Angeles ........ 11 8 9-28 Philadelphia ........  12 14-M Attendance - 14,620. VANCOUVER 1 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period - l. Vancouver, John son 8 (Rlzzuto, Seguln) 13:15. Penalties - Palment, Hextall 6:32, O'Donoghue 8:53, Scguln 13:22, Hex tall Schella 14:32, B. Hlcke, Wllklns 15:32, Marshall 18:00, Wllklns ma or 19:59. Second Period - 2. Vancouver, Cul-l*n 8 (Makl) 12:44. Penalties - Tay lor 8:24, Ferguson 17:03. Third Period - 3. California, Fergu^ ion 5 (Hextall, Mattlussl) 13:00; 4 Vancouver, Paiement 10 (Boudrlas) 17:08. Penalties - Slackhouse, 7:10, Cullen, double minor 8:04, Hextall double minor 8:04, Wllklns 10:51, Oulnn 1:20, Hextall, ma|or 18:11 Quinn mafor-mlnor 18:11. Shots on goal by Vancouver ......... 18 S 10-21 California .......... 6 15 is-11 Attendance - 3,927. BOSTON * TORONTO 1 Irst Period - l. Bbston, Hodge 26 tfrpcslto, Cashman) 3:49; 2. Boston, ' ryk 27 (Esposlto, Orr) 7:54; 3. Bos. 310 and 275. In Saturday action, Montreal King's total was made up of beat the Bruins 4-2, Toronto Barnes of 250, 230, 231, 210, 228, whipped Los Angeles 8-1, Pitts- 302, 251 and 259. burgh Penguins edged Vancou- Girardi rolled 243, 220, 344, ver 4-3, Philadelphia downed 260. 200, 235, 187 and 319 for Detroit 4-2, St. Louis Blues de- ^ total while Rempel had 240, feared Chicago 3-2 and Buffalo 262, 305, 301, 256, 191, 281 and beat Minnesota 4-3. 208. McKenzie, who has 18 goals Rounding out the top 10 were and 32 assists, will be sidelined Bert Mer*i 3,919, Francis Higa indefinitely with the shoulder in- 3,910, Steve Pederson 3,909, Bob jury he suffered early in the Costanzo 3,868 and Steve Mezei first period in a collision with 3,802. Toronto's Jim Dorey. Smith rolled games of 306, The right winger had been se- 280, 242, 239, 259, 286, 354 and lected to play in Tuesday's 272. Passey came up with East-West all-star match in Bos- scores of 165, 179, 194, 174, 218, ton and Harry Sinden, former 240, 294 258. _ women's five-pin title Sunday afternoon at Capri Bowl Boston coach who is returning For Scatter good her games, r to coach the East All-Stars, im- were 241, 199, 224, 208, 199, 266, mediately picked Bruin Eddie 221, and 245. Salmon had games Westfall to fill McKenzie's spot, of 226, 329, 234, 181, 289, 150, Marcotte filled the vacancy in 236 and 189. the Bruin lineup as he helped The remainder of the top 10 set up a goal by Fred Stanfield were May Heibert 3,551, Jean as well as scoring twice him- Christie 3,535 Dot Anderson 3,-self. 467, Eleanor Dorigatti 3,401 and Centre Phil Esposlto, the Opal Taylor 3,333. league's scoring leader, col- Also making the trip to Medi-lected his 42nd goal and 44th cine Hat will be Phyl Harrison, and 45th assists as the Bruins Karlyn Spitzer and Ruby pelted Toronto goalie Bruce Oseen. Gamble with 54 shots. For the men Tak Katakami, KEON SPOILS SHUTOUT Orest Yurchak, Jock Mulgrew, The Leafs tried Gerry Cheev- John Scattergood, Al Smith, ers with only 24 shots and a tip- Mike Tobo, Robin Wheeldon, in by Dave Keon spoiled the Bill Koskoski, Chester Jokuty, Boston netminder's bid for a Kent Leishman Henry Wil-shutout. liams, Bill Willis Lew Mills, The loss marred the start of a Roy Chanda, Francis Wright, six-game road trip by the Leafs. Ed Henderson and Jim Kato, New York dropped a chance will make the trip, to stay within one point of the Bruins when they let a 3-0 lead , BirK,B slip away at Chicago. PEARSON SIGINS The Rangers piled all of their I OTTAWA (CP) - Ottawa NEW YORK (AP) - Willie Shoemaker piloted favored Ack Ack to victory Saturday in the $56,650 San Carlos Handicap at S'anta Anita track in Arcadia, Calif. Ack Ack drew out on the final turn and moved into a commanding lead but had to stand off the challenge of Jungle Savage under jockey Jerry Lambert in the stretch. The winner raced the seven furlongs in 1:21. Carrying the high weight of 126 pounds, Ack Ack won by IV* lengths with Jungle Savage eight lengths ahead of third place King of Cricket. Ack Ack returned $4.40, $2.60 and $2.40 with Jungle Savage paying $2.80 and $2.20 and King of Cricket $2.60. It was Shoemaker's 506th stakes victory of his career, leaving him just 49 shy of equalling the all-time record by Eddie Arcaro. Shoemaker last year took the all-time record for total victories in race riding. scoring into the'first period and Rough Riders proudly an-rhen watched as goals by Stan nounced their first signing of Mikita, Bobby Hull and Gerry the 1971 season Saturday. Pinder drew the Hawks even. He is Lester Mike Pearson, A shot from the point by de- former prime minister and a fenceman Bill White won the keen sports fan who has agreed game for the Hawks and put to become honorary chairman I hem 11 points in front of sec- of the club's board of directors, ond-place St. Louis in the West Division. Dick Duff, a veteran of six j seasons with Montreal, spoiled | the night for his former teammates when he got the tying \ goal for Buffalo at 15:38 of the | final period. if TOP FEMALE BOWLER - Dianne Violini won the bo'i five-pin title Sunday afternoon at Capri B Bruce Stewart at Taber wins Bruce Stewart of Calgary took home the lion's share of honors from the annual Taber Centennial bonspiel held at the Taber Curling Club this past weekend. Stewart, and his push-broom artists from the Cowtown, stopped veteran Aubrey Gore of Milo in the final of the "A" section of tile three-day event. The bonspiel attracted some 32 rinks from various parts of Alberta. Stewart advanced to the final after dropping Dale Groves of Champion in one semi-final match while Gore sidelined George Fink in the other. Ron Northcott of Calgary captured the second event, the "B" event, defeating Calgarian Mike Chernoff in the final. Northcott had earlier ousted Wayne McLennan of Coaldale in one semi-final while Chernoff bounced Bruce MiUiken of the host club from further play in the other semi-final game. Bowling DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME JUNIOR TEN-PINNERS Roger Carrier 201 (524), Wendy Stegen 177, Jim May 149 Randy Junto 181, Corlnne Kometz 160, George Conner 166, Robert Bobek 152, Murray Vlckers 171, Bev. Stenbeck 149, Don Plerzchala 148, Bryan Gordon 146, WRESTLING TONIGHTI 8:30 P.M. IXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KILLER AUSTIN EMILEVDUPRE 5 Exciting Bouts $2, $1.50 Stop Movers, Leafs on weekend Sugar Kings in third spot The Lcthbridge Sugar Kings were on the road this weekend and came home with two victories and third place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Saturday night the Kings dumped the Edmonton Movers 6-3 and carried on their winning ways Sunday thumping the Edmonton Maple Leafs 5-1. In Saturday's encounter Dave George scored twice on power plays to lead the Kings to victory. The Kings were never headed, in the contest and held period scores of 2-1 and 3-2. John Davidson was called upon to make 35 saves1 in the Kings net while Brian Rinimer handled 28 for tho Movers. The Movers also took nine of tho 15 minor penalties and each club was assessed a major in the game played before 600 fans. Lanny McDonald, George McCrea, Don Southern and Ken Dodd rounded out the Kings markers while Gord Gamble, Craig Wolansky and Bob Cutler tallied for the Movers. With Sunday's victory the Kings knocked the Maple Leafs Into fourth spot. , John Davidson played brilliantly in the nets as lie turned aside 37 shots while the Maple Leafs nctminder was only tested 19 times. Derek Black, Gary Paskuskl, Randy Andreachuk, Lanny McDonald and Ken Dodd banged in a goal each for the Kings while Les Drewicki averted a shutout netting the lone Leaf marker. The Kings were assessed eight of the 14 penalties called. Meanwhile in Red Deer the Calgary Mount Royal Cougars came from behind with two goals n the third period to ttt the Rustlers 3-3 Sunday afternoon. Al Pollack and lan Hunter banged in the third period markers for the Cougars while Gary Pozzo notched the other. Dave Andruchiew, Ken Mc-Clash, and Terry Wedderbum scored for Calgary. Red Deer controlled the play early in the game and held period scores of 2-1 and 3-1 and outs hot their opponents 30-23. The Rustlers scored two goals on power-plays as Calgary were called on 14 of 23 minor penalties, . NOW ON OUR ANNUAL SAMUELSOHN & HYDE PARK MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT PROMOTION IN EFFECT Due to the cold weather our store-wide clearance ale will continue until Saturday, Jan, 23. 321.71(1 ST. 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