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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JttMMtr TM LITHMIMI tiMALD 9 All-Star game a rubber match Respective coaches complete their clubs THE FANS LOVE BOB Bob Lilly, Dtallot Cowboyt' All-Pro tackle, wolkt pent cheer- Ing fans in the lobby at Lovt Field. A large gathering was on hand to greet the Super Bowl champs Monday after Sunday1! 24-3 win over Miami Dolphini. Some players went to their homes after the returned to Dallas. He's on the Olympic team Mark one up on Gordie i BLOOMINSTON, Minn. (AP) Mark Howe, 16, is finally one up on his famous father. The son of former Detroit Red Wings superstar, Gordie Howe, was named to tie U.S. Olympic hockey team Monday, an honor Ha father never received. Howe, a high school Junior also will be the youngest man ever to play on the 20-man squad when it travels to lie Winter Olympic Games In Sap- poro, Japan. "At "the rate of Mark's Im- provement during the week he's been training with us, he'll be i bie help to us in the said coach Murray Williamson When he announced the choice. "The boy.really shoots well; and, above all, he can move the puck he added. Williamson said Howe would have to work harder on his con- dtioruDg but added he's already working out twice a day and doing extra work at the end of practices. Howe, a member of the De- troit Junior Red Wings of die Southern Ontario League before leaving a week ago to train with the collegiate-dominated Olym- pic team, will play left wing on the team's No. 2 forward line. "What be lacks in experience, he makes up in Wil- liamson said. "He's not playing out of hla dan here." Howe, who had to get permis- sion from his high school in Southfleld, Mich., to teke a montti off from classes before three days before departing for Japan. The Game: begin Feb. 3, and Howe is expected back In De- troit on Feb. 15. "I put a sign up in our win- dow he's made said nil Players drunk, game abandoned HELSINKI (AP) A Fin- nish junior hockey champlon- game was stopped Sun- day because the visiting team's members were be- llefved to be drunk. Spectators thought the vis- itors were Just using vicious and rough play. But the ref- erees said the team members hf.rdly could stand, even though they were leading 2-0 when the game -was aban- doned. joining the team will travel'famous father. "I got chills with the aquad Friday from when they tried to tell us that Minnesota to train at die Air Mark made the team, I really Force Academy In Colorado for I did." Turner scores three in win The Univarity of Lethbridge Pronghorns qod the Labor Club skated to easy victories In two City Recreation Hockey League encounters Honda; night. In the firat contest, Bob Tur- ner fired home three goals to pace the Pronghorns to an 8-3 win over the Williams Flyers Tomer tallied once in each of the three periods of play to help the Pronghoms build up period leads of 1-0 and 5-2. Wally Tunow, Keith MacDoo- ald, Dennis Kisio, Jim Stewan and Gary Smith rounded out the scoring for the Proi while Peter Neufeld and Crimson replied for the Flyers In the second encounter of the evening, (he Labor Club blanked the short-handed Mill- ers Library behind Ken Brown's solid net-minding. The Labor Club took a com- manding 6-0 lead after the first period and came back with two more unanswered goals In the second to blast ttae Miners Library 7-0. Ken Kramer and Al Willis led the Labor Club's attack with two goal performances while Al Rowntres, Don Bru- chet, Gerry Klinkhammer and Tim Negrello added singles. Negrelk) also aided on three goals to give himself a four mint night. Ther'tno Time Like Now To Buy A Snow llower 4 DAY WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALEI Hf. Mgular Now Only 5 H.f. Rtgular Now Only International Harvester SfllM Action resumes Wednes day night when the Labor Club faces the Flyers at 8 p.m. and the Pronghorns take on the un- defeated Purity Bottlers at p.m. Both games will be staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. New York franchise has home? NEW YORK (AP) The World Hockey Association's New York franchise will operate -in 1972-73, playing its home games at Madison Square Gar- den, says Richard I. Wood, new president of OK franchise. "We have been offered a full slate of playing dates in Madi- son Square Garden for the com- ing said Wood, a part- ner in a New Jersey law firm. Seymour Siegcl, another part- ner in tile law firm, is chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Hockey Club Inc., the group which purchased Hie New York WHA franchise rights from NeaJ Shayne, a Long Island attorney. "There definitely will be a New York entry in the WHA next said Wood, S3. "Our management will be young and aggressive. We are n the process of acquiring the best available general manager and coach. We'd like to give the New York fans a general man- ager and coach familiar to tbem." Wood said that the club is studying proposals from four sources to build an arena for the team in the Metropolitan tew York area. MONTREAL (CP) Al MacNell and Billy Reay, roaches of tfae National Hockey League Eait and Weft Wvialon teami tor tfae Jan. 25 league alMar game at Bkomington, Minn., have each chosen seven players to augment their tqueda for the game. original 13 playen on each team wore aeiected earlier this month by Ifae Professional Hockey Writers'Anodatioo members In each division. The others were announced by the NHL Monday. MacNell, who gained the right to coach the East Division team because he was coach last apring of the Stanley Cup-win- ning Montreal Canadians, se- lected the following playen to round out his team; Defenceman Rod Selling of New York Rangers; centre Gil- bert Pemault and rookie left winger Richard Martin of Buf- falo Sabres; centre Red Beren- son of Detroit Red Wings; left winger Paul Henderson of To- ronto Maple Leafs and right wingers John McKenzie of Bos- ton Bruins and Dale Tallon of Vancouver Canucks. The seven players named by Reay, who coaches the West be cauee Mi Chicago Black Hawks were the other finalist in las spring's Stanley Cup playoffs are: Defenceman Carol Vadnals of California Goiden Seals; di fenceman Keith Magnuson o Chicago; centres Pit Martin of Chicago and Bob Clarke of Phi adelphia Flyers; left wingers Ross Lonsberry of Los Angele Kings and Greg Polis of Pitts- burgh Penguins and right winger Simon Nolet of Phtbdel phla. Selling, Richard Martin, Hen- derson, Lonsberry and Nolet will be in all-stir competition for the first time. They Join tw newcomers picked Dryden, goalie for Montrea Canadians, and Gany linger of St. Louis Blues. Thb will be the ao-caflei "rubber match" between Eis and West since tie inter-divi stonal play began four year Ago. The two teams tied S-J in 1SW at Montreal; the East von 4-1 at St. Louis in 1970 the West won 2-1 last year at ton. MacNeil, now general manag er-coach of Nova Scotia Voya geurs of the American Hocke Leacue, has derided to go wit four complete forward lines an five defencemen while Reay has chosen six defencemen and 1 forwards. Following la a list of the two teams: Wert Division: Goal-Tony Esposito. Chicago; Lorn Wot sley, Minnesota. Defence-Pa Staptetra, Bill White, Keith Magnuson, Chicago; Ted Hu- rls, Doug Mbbna, Minnesota Carol Vadnals, California Centres-Stan Miatta and Pi Martin, Chicago; Garry linger St. Louis; Bob Clarke, FKtaoel phia. left and Dennis Hull, Chicago; Rots Lonsberrv, Los Anfletes; Greg Polis, Pittsburgh. Right wingers CMce Matt, Chicago; Simon Nolet, FhtlflAHphk, EaitDlTlalai: God-Ken Dryden, Montreal; Gfflet Ville- mure, New York. Defence Bobby Orr, Dailai SnJtti, Boa- ton; Brad Park, Rod SeUtof, New York; J. C. Tremblay, Montreal. Centres-Phil Mo, Boston; Jew Ratalle, New York; Gilbert Perreeult, Buf- falo; Red Benoson, Detroit. Left wmgen Vic Hadfttld, New York; Frank Mabovlkh Montreal; Richard Martin, Buf- falo; Paul Henderson, Toronto, Right wingers Rod Gilbert New York; Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal; John McKenzie, Boa- ton; Dale Tallon, Vancouver. Liverpool takes on Leeds United LONDON (Hauler) Liver pool and Leeds United, two of the favorites for the English Football Association Cup, were today drawn to meet In the fourth round Feb. 5. The clash of the soccer giants Is sure to draw a huge crowd to Liverpool's Anfleld ground. Liv erpool was beaten by Arsenal in last season's final, and Leeds reached the final two yean ago losing to Chelsea in a replay. North of England amateurs Bluth Spartans, will be at home to cup-holder Arsenal if they win Uveir third-round replay against Fourth Division Read- Ing Wednesday. sort of draw you get only In your commented Bluth manager Alan Jones. His club has beaten two league sides on its way to the third round. Jones added: "Arsenal have players whose names are house- lold words and they must be worth a million pounds at least. PREBCO CBJ CAN HELP YOU BUIILD THIS 30" TRUCK CAP FOR LESS THAN YOU provide labor WE provide the materials. Include! 2 Slider pUxl wlndewi, 1 front ttatianary, Ml up rear door, aluminum tiding, galvanised reef, Krewi, and V V rapport material. Plant are also available VISIT er PHONI ui TODAY PREBCO RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (00 4rh North (Just West of the Oai Company) Phone 321-4431 Qowling Banter CAPRI BOWL, the women's bowler-of-the-week is Marg Smith wbb is, once again, making con- sistency pay off she hit for 297-286-297 for an 860 triple to boost her average to 238 in Speedys she also sports a solid 231 average in Martinizing The men's howler-of-the-week honors were split between Marino Rapuano and Slu Nyquiit. Marino the nod for a fine effort in roll- g 307-231-295 for an 833 which was 263 pins over his average of 190 Stu shared the week's title for a brilliant performance in Moonlight Bowl he rolled 165 and 258 and, then, in his third game he clicked for 10 straight strikes and then a left corner spare for a sizzling 433 he hasn't bowled in league play since high school. Two new league highs for the year were set during the week Alex Kogltr reeled off a 358 single in B and E Hardware for the men's high of the year while June Taylor's 823 triple is the wom- en's high in Civil Service. In men's league play for the week, Larry Du- montier paced Prebuilt with a 336 while in B and E Alex Kogler's 358 and 799 and a 325 and 807 by Bob Costanzo were the top marks Leading the way in Gordie's were Jack Jones 337, Cec Beaudry 303, Darwin Romanchuk 307 and 823, Ken King with an 872 triple, Yutaka Urano 315 and 838, Ken Kurtz 303, Al Pedrini 329, Al Taylor 316 and 785, Leroy Conine 306, Jack Smeed 307, Steve Pedersen an 806 triple and Bert Mezei 818 High in Simpsons-Sears were Marino Rapuano 307 and 833 and Tom Pratt 341 and 859 while in Green's Shoes the pace-setters were Darrell Lagler 307 and 861 and Bill Taylor 338 and 815 Sandy McKenzie's 336 paced the Friendly .League while tops in JCCA were Ryo Nagata 304, Kyoto Shigehiro 310 and 843 and Yutaka Tsubaki 301. Les Fisher with 308 and Prokop with 340 led Civil Service, Bruce Canfield with 340 and 787 and Ken Kurtz with an 820 triple stole the spotlight in Young Adults. Among the gals who set the pace for the week were Kae Maim 299 and Marle'ne Bosch 313 and 750 In Higa's, Ruby Oseen 310 and 744 end Lil Holt 309 in Senior Citizens, Marg Smith 297 and Jean Kosfcoski 322 in. Speedys Marlene Fredrick's 297 led Morning Coffee while high in Martinizing Bea Salmon 298 and 780, Jean Passey with a 767 triple and Lois Aucoin with 326 and 764 led the way Connie Gillett's 307 topped Eagles with Chris Schulz pacing NuMode Homes with 290 and 734 Pat Plomp was the week's star in Siindquist Construction with 307 with Edna Whitefoot's 300 high in Henry Homes Other leaders were Mary Mihalik with 301 and Audrey Oullette 301 in Doug's, Juna Taylor 313 and 828 in Civil Service, Brenda Pedersen 281 and 764 in Young Adults and Cherye Obermeyer 309 in YBC. East All-Stars lack heighth LOS ANGELES (AP) David faces Goliath tonigh when East meets West In wha appears to be the biggest mis match in 22 years of Nationa Basketball Association All-Star games. The West his v.hit come ca the greatest basketball team n all time beaded by coach Bll Sharman, who lecorded a 33 game winning streak in his firs year as head man of Los Ange- les Lakers. The East is blessed with great speed and good de- fence, but coach Tom Heinsohn of Boston Celtics may need a slingshot. Sharman's own centre, Will Chamberlain, won't even star In this classic, which starts al p.m. MST before an expecte: packed house of at the Forum. Kareem Abdul Jabbar starts for the West and his run- ning mates have power to spare Beside the 7-foot-2 Jnbbar of Milwaukee will stand Bob Love of Chicago and Spencer Hay. wood of Seattle, both 6-8, with Los Angeles guards Jerry West and Gail Goodrich In the back- court. FACES COWENS Jabbar will face off against 6-9 DBVC Cowens Boston as the East attempts to combat the Weet with speed. Cowan' M team-mate John Havllcek will at forward along with 6-6 Billy Cunringbam of Philadel- phia. The guards at Upoff time will be 6-5 Lou Hudson of At- anta and New York's Walt Fra- iler. Joining Chamberlain on the West bench are Portland rookie Sidney Elvln Hayaa, Oacar Robertaon of Mil- waukee, Caiiie Russell of OoMen Stale, Connie Hawkins and Paul Silaa of Phoenix, and Bob Lanler and Jim Walker of )etrott. The East must rely on the ability ol Uudton, titt tenacious defence of York's Dave DeBusschere and Frazier and the speed of Havii cek, Jo Jo White and Archie Clark. Meli first in Edmonton Senior members of the Leth bridge YMCA and University of Lethbridge Judo Clubs travelled to Edmonton over the weekend and competed in the University of Alberta invita tional judo tournament. Joe Meli, a 15-year oM mem her of the YMCA team won a first place ribbon In the mid dleweight class while Tom Greenway, also IS, was seconc in the lightweight division. Greg Senda was third li black belt competition behlnt Tom Gibo and Dick Sugama, both of Vattthall. The YMCA team finished third, In the overall standings, behind the host U of A and Vauxhall. COLLEGE COMING SOON WATCH FOR IT FAMILY INTWTAINMIMT HoT TrlRILUNO WIlMlfl SPECTACULAR Kings entertain Calgary Cougars The Lethbridge Sugar Kings, who have had a mediocre ica- son thus far, will lace up to host the league leading Cal- gary Mount Royal Cougars In Alberta Junior Hockey action tonight. The Sugar Kings hive picked up 13 wins and suffered 17 de- feats in 30 start! thli season and will' be out in full force to edge closer to the fourth place Edmonton Maple Leafs tonight. The Leafs have registered 23 points so far, three more than the tome-standing Sugar Kings, who have four games la hand. The Cougars lead the league with SI points, seven more than the second place Red Deer Rustlers and 10 more than third place Calgary Canucks. In the Sugar Kings last meet- ing with the Cougars, the local boys came away with a hard- fought 7-6 victory. Another win over the league- leaders could possibly be the impetus the Sugar Kings need to get them on the winning trail. In their last league outings, the Kings managed to split a pair of games, losing 7-0 to the Leafs and blasting the Moveri 7-3. Perhaps the win over the Movers was the one needed to spark the local club. Game time is set for p.m. at the Henderson Ice Centre. You're miles.ahead with and cut your car care costs BffTTERY RE- CHARGE BRAKE ___ L ADJUSTMENT V Now at these Firestone Stores Comer 3rd Aw. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;