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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 - THI LBTHBRIDGI HERALD - Thursday, January 21, 1971 ANDY CAPP W19H \BB WOULbN'f RlbE7HiT BIKE WHEN "fER'VE 'Ab A FEW Add two gold medals Ontario skaters shine WINNIPEG (CP) - Ontario skaters added two more gold medals to their list of achievements during the second day of competition at the Canadian Figure Skating Championships Wednesday. Kim Wylie, a 14-year-old Gait, Ont., girl maintained her lead from the compulsory figures through the free-skating to capture the novice women's title. The central Ontario junior women's champion compiled 514.8 points from the two sections of the event and beat out Vancouver's Barbara Terpen-ning. Miss Wylie now will move into the junior level in future Canadian championships. The top five placings from compulsory figures remained unchanged after the free skating with Cynthia Zachar of Oak-ville, Ont., Barbara McBride of Edmonton and Patricia Woods of Vancouver following the two leaders. Lee Armstrong of Chatham gave Ontario its third gold medal when he held off the free-skating challenge of Kevin Robertson of Toronto to win the novice men's event. WIN NOVICE PAIRS Marie and Bernard Souche of Toronto won the novice pairs title Tuesday night. Miss Wylie, daughter of Willie Wylie, former Western Hockey League player with Vancouver Canucks, recovered from a fall during the free-skating and won the gold medal. She stumbled near the completion of an attempted double axel and sat nervously on the sideline while Miss Terpenning took the ice. However, the Vancouver girl suffered the same fate when she faltered while attempting a double axel. "It was close," Miss Wylie said afterward, but the points and judges' placings gave her a decisive victory, FALLS BUT WINS Armstrong, 15, tumbled during a series of jumps but per' formed with near perfection through the remainder of his free-skating program to grab the novice men's title. Moments before Armstrong took the ice, Robertson had dazzled the crowd with a free-skat ing exhibition that was the best seen during the first two days. He was awarded the highest marks from the judges, but it wasn't enough to overcome Armstrong's 20-point lead from compulsory figures In the junior women's compulsory figures completed earlier in the day, Julie Black of Point Edward, Ont., took a solid lead over Karel Latham of Vancou ver. The Ontario girl compiled .453.2 points compared with 446.8 for Miss Latham. Rangers scramble back for deadlock Baun sets off Maple U By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Bobby Baun set off the fireworks for Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday night as they blasted Vancouver Canucks to a 5-1 National Hockey League defeat. Baun, the gentleman farmer and collector of hats better known for belting the opposition, engineered four Toronto Maple Leaf goals, including the Tim Tollestrup stays in lead Tim Tollestrup, the six-foot-nine centre with University of Lethbridge Chinooks, maintained a lead in the scoring race of the Western Canada Intercollegiate Basketball Association. With more than half of the schedule completed, Tollestrup and the defending scoring champion, Ron Thorsen of the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, have both played 10 games. Tollestrup has made 97 field goals and 50 of 68 free throws for 246 points and a 24.6 average. Thorsen, who gives away eight inches in height to Tollestrup, has 87 field goals and has 51 for 79 from the free throw line for 225 points and a 22.5 average. Tollestrup leads in rebound ing. He has 229 rebounds and more defensive rebounds than his nearest rival has total re bounds. Tollestrup has brought down 73 from the offensive boards and 156 from the defensive backboards. Danny Quance of University of Cal gary Dinosaurs is second with a total of 122 rebounds. Only six players' are averaging 10 rebounds or better a game. Third in over-all scoring is Angus Burr of University of Manitoba Bisons with a 19.7 av erage. He is followed by team mate Bob Town at 17.0. Fifth if Barry King of University of Winnipeg Wesmen with a 16.0 average. w British Columbia Manitoba ... . Alberta ..... Winnipeg ... , Lethbrldge ,.. Victoria ....... Calgary ...... Saskatoon ... . Brandon ..... Reglna ...... SCORING LEAOERS O Tollestrup, Lett) Thorsen, B.C. . Burr Man. ... Town, Men. ... King, Wpfl. ... MacKay, B.C. . Wedlake, Man. Quance, Cal. ,. Brltton, Reg. . Bouman, Brdn." deKlerk. Alta. . Pet OIL .900 .889 .778 .556 .500 .500 .400 .333 .200 .000 Vh 5'/j FT FO 50 �7 Pti Avg 244 24.4 225 178 153 144 157 13a 136 148 132 132 22.5 19.7 17.0 16.0 15.7 15.3 15.1 14.8 14.7 14.7 John McKenzie progressing well BOSTON (AP) - Right winger John McKenzie of Boston Bruins was reported prog ressing well today at Massachu setts General Hospital recuper ating from shoulder surgery. The hustling National Hockey League all-star suffered a sepa ration of his left shoulder Sunday night against Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Garden, The Bruins won the game 9-1. The injury forced McKenzie to miss Tuesday night's all-star game here. He is expected to be out of action four to five weeks HOYT'S NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Ph. 328-4441 DAYS i Timely priced Hems for the last two days of Hoyfs-North JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE TOOLS FOR THE HANDY MAN  10" FULLER ADJUSTABLE WRENCH. O �Q Crescent pattern. 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START TROUBLED The Lanigan, Sask. native, who owns a cattle farm at Claremont, Ont., just outside Toronto, began the current campaign in an unsettled climate at Detroit after informing Red Wing management this was his last season. While expressing his personal liking for the then-new coach, Ned Harkness, he made no bones about his dissatisfaction with the training camp. His hockey future was further clouded when the Red Wings placed him on waivers and Buffalo Sabres claimed him, shipping Mm off immediately to St, Louis Blues in exchange for two players-Jean-Guy Talbot and Larry Keenan. The picture remained clouded, and Baun remained dormant, until Toronto finally came to his rescue by sending winger Brit Selby to the Blues in a straight deal. Now that he's back in Toronto, where he started his pro hockey career in 1956, Baun may have second thought's about quitting. He has given the rookie-laden Toronto defence some stability and his over-all play has improved with the change of scenery. RANGERS EXTEND STRING The last-ditch effort by Gilbert enabled the Rangers to extend their unbeaten string on home ice to 21 games, a club record, before a full house of 17,250. Ties are fashionable in the Ranger-Flyer relationship. Philadelphia ended a frustrating streak of seven ties in their first meeting this season with a 3-1 victory. It was the last time they had seen each other until Wednesday night. "We got off not playing well," said Emile Francis, Rangers general manager and coach, something of an understatement in view of Philadelphia's three-goal lead, two by Guy Gendron, in the second period. Goals by Nick Harbaruk, Bryan Hextall and defenceman Bob Woytowich, the last into an empty net', climaxed a Pittsburgh comeback that started with them trailing 2-0 in the first period. Tonight, Montreal Canadiens move into Philadelphia, New Yoik visits Buffalo Sabres, Chicago Black Hawks entertain Detroit, Pittsburgh goes to Los Angeles against the Kings and St. Louis meets Minnesota North Stars at Bloontuigton, Minn. Summaries TORONTO I VANCOUVER 1 First Period - 1. Vancouver, Po� lei 8 (Hall, Makl) 7:16 2. Toronto, McKenny 1 (Ullman) I9;47. Penalties -Qulnn :44, Ullman 6:46, Spencer, Palement majors 11:00, Pelyk 18:32. Second Period - 3. Toronto, Harrison 9 (Baun, Armstrong) 9:36. Penalties - Taylor 2:49, Harrison, Makl 19.11. Third Period - 4. Toronto, Hender son 18 (Baun) 4.45; 5. Toronto, Ellis 19 (Dorey, Baun) 6.28; 6 Toronto, Keon 24 (Baun) 7.27. Penalty - Baun Shots on goal by Toronto........ 8 11 11-jo Vancouver.......... � 9 j_jo Attendance-15,369. PITTSBURGH 4 CALIFORNIA t First Period - 1. California D. Hextall IS (E. Hlcke, Hempson) 17:14; 2. California, Marshall 1 (E. Hlcke, D Hextall) 16:56. Penalties - D. Hextall 3:02, B. Hextall 4:41, Morrison 18:13 Second Period - 3. Pittsburgh, Scheck 9 (B. Hextall, Prentice) 10:56. Penalties - Prentice :14; Mattlussl 6:24, E. Hlcke 9.32, Roberts 11:16. Third Period - 4.. Pittsburgh, Har-baruck 9 (McCreary) 4:55; 5. Pitts burgh, B. Hextall 11 16:34; 6. Pitts-burgh, Woytowich 19:57. Penalties Harbaruck ma|or 19:48, D. Hextall ma|or 19:48. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh..........12 12 13-37 California ...........10 18 7-17 Attendance-3,293. | NEW YORK 1 PHILADELPHIA I First Period - 1. Philadelphia, Gen dron 12 (Nolet, Lacrolx) 5:14; 2. Phil edelphfa, Lacrolx 9, 17:02. Penaltles-Gllbert 4:02, Falrbalrn 11:39, Lesuk 19:36. Second Period - 3. Philadelphia, Gendron 13 (Nolat) 12:52; 4. New York, Selling 5 (Ratslle, Hadfleld) 18:43. Penalties - Lesuk 6:27, 14:55, Gilbert 10:47. Third Period - 5. New York, Gilbert 13 (Ratelle) 0:31; 6. New York Gilbert 14 (Tkaczuk, Ratelle) 19:41 Penalties - Schmautz ma|or, Roblt allle minor, ma|or 8:18 Ashbee 10:02. Shots on goal by Philadelphia ........ 11 � j-n N�w York......... (is i;_j; Attendance - 17,250. Saints triumph, so do Bottlers In the two City Recreation Hockey League games played last night St. Basil's came up with a hard-fought 7-5 victory over the Labor Club in the first contest while Purity Bottling edged the league leading U of L Chinooks 4-3 in the second encounter. The Saints picked up a first period 3-0 lead over the Labor Club in their scheduled contest but watched the score matched during the second as Labor Club popped in three unanswered goals. In the final stanza the Saints rallied back and blasted in three straight markers before Labor Club could hit the score-sheet once again. But by this time, the clock had dwindled to less then two minutes remaining. Bob Balazs' led the Saints attack with two goals while teammates Brian Murkin, Wayne Geddes, Jerry Heck, Wayne Bowes and Dick Cusson each added one to the total. For the Labor Club Al Rown-tree notched two markers and Lome Gray, Jack Taylor and Jim Dundas all rapped in a goal each in a losing cause. Only two minor penalties were called in the cleanly-played game with both clubs taking one. ' Purity Bottling is making their bid for a play-off spot a strong one as they held period scores of 1-0 and 3-1 in their conquest over the Chinooks. Vic Palycbuk paced the Bot- tlers blinking the light twice while Mel Middleton and Alvin Teitz each chipped in with  goal apiece. For the Chinooks Al Johnson, Jerry LeGrandeur and Keith MacDonald managed singletons. During the three periods ot play the Bottlers got the nod on three of the f i v e minor penalties assessed by referees Les Colwill and John Kobal. Atlanta will get NHL team ATLANTA (CP-AP) - Thomas G. Cousins, board chairman of a group that will build a new coliseum here said Wednesday he believes Atlanta will receive a National Hockey League franchise when the league expands. Cousins, co-owner of Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association, said in an interview "there is no doubt in my mind" that the NHL will move here. "There are a number of people who have expressed interest to the NHL," he said. "A hockey team would be good for Atlanta and the coliseum. I feel certain there will be a commitment for a team before the building is completed." Atlanta made a bid for an NHL team last summer. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE �lit Division W L T Boston ... New York Montreal . Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit ... Buffalo .. Chicago..... St. Louis .... Philadelphia . , Minnesota ... , Pittsburgh ... Los Angeles .. California ... . NHL LEADERS 31 1 5 ... . 29 9 7 . . .20 13 10 ... .22 21 3 ... . 15 26 4 . . . 13 2$ 5 ... .10 25 S West Division . . .29 9 5 � . . 20 11 12 . . 17 20 7 .. . 15 20 9 13 20 1 2 12 23 8 13 29 3 Espoalto, Bos........42 Orr, Bos............ IS Hodge, Boa..........26 Bucyk, Bas..........27 Ullman, Tor......... 25 R. 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