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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta  - THI UTHBRIDCE HERALD -� Friday, January 22, 1971 NEW TWIST TO THE GAME - Clown Hu berr (Geese) Ausby of the Harlem Globetrotters adds a new twist to the game of basketball Thursday evening at the Exhibition Pavilion. Ausby and partner Aiko Takitsu do a quick twist to the Globetrotters' theme song "Sweet Georgia Brown." Fun-filled 2Vz hours Thursday 'Trotter show tops Second straight time Eight Harlem Globetrotters left a little of their magic on some 2,000 southern Alberta basketball enthusiasts Thursday evening at the Exhibition Pavilion. The Globetrotters truly magicians of the courts, were the key figures in an entertainment-filled 2V4 hour show that kept the gathering constantly in stitches and awe. From the balancing act featuring Ralph and Louis Gonzales to Bob (Showboat) Hall's slide into home plate the fans were the winners. The Globetrotters played the New York Nationals, a team which travels with them and if a final tally were known the "Trotters may have held a slight edge in pomts. But why not, scoring at will at either end? It's been two years since the "Trotters were last here but they have lost none of their magic. They still handle the ball with ridiculous ease and their antics, if anything, are better. Hall and Hubert (Geese) Ausby took turns harrassing the referee and as many fans as they could throughout the show. Ausby, whose nickname fits him to a toe, is as flighty as a flock of cuckoos. There's never a dull moment when he's around. From "the debil made me do it" to mocking the referee Ausby has a full bag of tricks and he uses everyone of them. The Globetrotters lay claim Judo event set for Saturday The Lethbridge YMCA Judo Club will host an invitational tournament Saturday commencing at tliree o'clock. Clubs from Crowsnest, Ranter, Vauxhall, Edmonton, Jasper Place, Calgary, Red Deer and Swift Current will be represented at the one-day event. All matches will be held at the YMCA. A new division has been added to the competition this year. Along with the senior and junior ranks an intermediate division will be formed for boys from the ages of 14-18 or grades 9-12. �sso) Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magralh Drive DRIVE IN HERE FOR TOP AUTO SERVICE. GET THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR. SEE YOU SOON1 WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY! HEADQUARTERS FOR:  IMPERIAL OIL PRODUCTS  STEREO TAPES  ATLAS PRODUCTS  PROPANE  LIVE BAIT MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Mag rath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. to a program for the entire family and they make good their claim. Ever wrestle a bear? Three young lads did Thursday as Victor, the trained bear, took on all corners' at half time. Tuffy Truesdale, the bear's trainer, has done a remarkable job with the 450 pound brown bear who enjoys soft drinks and a playful scuffle with whoever is around. Mike Brunn and Eddy Seifert round out the Globetrotter show. Brunn, a youthful veteran, is as fine a juggler as there is in the business1 today while Seifert is a contortionist without peer. It has been said that the Globetrotters have never put on a poor show. They kept their record intact Thursday before some 2,000 witnesses at the Pavilion. A performance well worth a return visit. Da, da, da, da Sweet Georgia Brown. Bowling CAPRI BOWL JUNIORS Ev Krauss 254, Colecn Manak 302, Nina Sindllnger 242, Melba Hocking 277, Karen Holm 273, Pat Plomp 300 (745) Rose Nunwelller 241, Vera Nlch-olls 232, Belly Hobbs 22?, Margaret Cemullnl 22S. HOOP AND HORN Ken David 245, Herman Hueskln 268, Mike Donkln 217, Eunice David 240, Helen Atkinson 238, Jean Passey 265 (752), Barb Jarvls 269, Slggl Donkln 220, Grace Brownfleld 216, Garth Passey 209, GORDIE'S MEN'S Sam Girardl 328 (841). Al Smith 314 (834), Ken Malconison 305, Lloyd Hep-nlcr 288, Ken Larson 289 (7471, BUI Gorzitia 2B3 (729), Dave Smeed 293, Earl Armour 285 ( 740) Norm Tolley 288, Randy Wolstoncroft 26� (761), Bernie Pohl 268 (681 ). FREEL'S AND SPEEOYS Darlene Csakl 304 (704), Anne Todd 304, Mary Onofrychuk 247, Helen Cav. ers 253, Sara Gove 233, Isabelle Saw-chuk 271, Feye Martin 241, Dorothy Coolldge 243, Jean Koskoskl 257, Isabel Orsten 253 (719). GLENDALE BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Spike Martell 318 (907), Sam Girardl 385 (906), Orest Yurchak 326 (895), Ken King 341 (879), Fen Tunbrldge 318 (818), Robin Wheeldon 285 (776), Jim Taylor 263 (782), Len Herring 296 (774) Steve Gangur 305 (780), Jim Kato 274 (759), George Smerek 358 (745). B AND E HARDWARE Sandy Scattergood 322 ( 787), John Scattergood 297 (757), Joyce Bach 284 (707), Bunny Anderson 328, Barb Scet-teraood 270, Carole Crombei 278, FaYe Heck 235, Gwen Edwards 227, Gerry Anderson 241, Steve Gangur 221. Bill Bach 228. HIGA'S LADIES Dianne Viollnl 386 (1025), Kay Mann 319 (8191. Carol Becker 312 (7371, Edith Voth 256, Elma Groves 272 (662), Sandy Scattergood 303 ( 669), Phyl Harrison 245, Pat Jarvle 262 Anne Wol-stonecroft 246, Grace Franz 258, Shirley Boyd 243. C.H.E.C. Steve Saler 262 (709), Jean Christie 284 ( 7001, Francis Wright 348 (759), Yutaka Urano 262 (731), Murray Kobe 303 ( 709), Alma Oberg 285 ( 664), Bob Venables 213, Don Sherwood 300, Dot Olshaskl 216, Flo Kobe 232, Earl Logan 267, H. C. Brown 2M. VASA MIXED Prj McLaren 271, Bud Grovctte * >0, .Inn Berry 202, D, Dells 231, Juyce Berry 207. Rangers gain draw on Gilbert's marker By IAN MacLAINB Canadian Press Staff Writer It's getting to be a habit with Rod Gilbert. For the second time in as many nights, Gilbert's late-game heroics pulled New York Rangers into a National Hockey League tie. His two third-period goals Thursday night, the second with fewer than three minutes remaining, enabled the Rangers to tie the lowly Buffalo Sabres 5-5 in Buffalo. The previous night, at home, he turned boos to cheers with two late goals, the second with 19 seconds left in the game, to THE HARDIER SOULS of the Lethbridge and Coal-dale Fish and Game Associations will be out Sunday to do battle with the mosquitoes. The Coaldale club is sponsoring a family fish derby at Tyrrell's Lake. Starts at 11 a.m. (same time as church) and ends at 3 p.m., when all contestants are asked to report in at the picnic shelter at the southeast corner of the lake. There'll be prizes for the biggest, the smallest, the most and perhaps one or two other categories. Bring your own lunch. ? ? ? THE LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION is holding a predator hunt Sunday starting at day break. Participants should report back to the clubrooms on 9th Ave. S. by 6 p.m. There'll be a stew supper and the awarding of prizes. At last Monday's meeting the Lethbridge association voted to send 11 official delegates to the annual convention of the Alberta Fish and Game Association to be held in the Park Lane Hotel in Medicine Hat Feb. 25-27. There'll probably be twice as many going as observers. The local association has also voted $500 in support of an elk tagging program in the A-7-Bob's Creek area north of Coleman. Tagging of the animals is to be carried out under the supervision of Morley Barrett, southern Alberta regional wildlife biologist. There are now 32 participants taking the fly tying course sponsored by the Lethbridge association in the 9th Ave. S., clubrooms each Sunday at 2 p.m. The next major undertaking for Lethbridge is trophy day which will be held in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, Saturday, Feb. 13. ? ? ? EARLIER THIS MONTH, we reported that Paul Wesley of 822 22nd Ave. S., is one of the current leaders in the Fort Pierce, Florida Fishing Tournament. His entry was a 22-pound red snapper. Now, word comes that Allen G. Wesley of Granum, has also taken a lead in the same tournament. His entry was a 54-pound amberjack. The tournament ends April 15. ? ? ? THE LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB will hold Its annual meeting Sunday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. at the clubhouse at the range. There'll be a full range of reports from all committees and election of officers. ? ? * THE COMPETITION for the position of director of the Alberta fish and wildlife division in Edmonton will be kept open until 'a suitable candidate is found.' Dr. S. B. Smith, the former director, has been named to the Alberta Environment Conservation Authority, at a salary of $22,000 a year. The salary range for director of fish and wildlife is listed from $14,940 to $18,936 annually. ? ? ? THE STORY IS TOLD of an ice fisherman who truly exemplifies the word 'ardent' which is so often applied to sportsmen. A motorist passing a frozen lake one day spotted another man crouched over a tiny hole in the ice. He stopped the car and started to walk across the lake where the other man was. Within shouting distance, he hollered to the angler: "any luck?" The angler nodded. As the stranger drew closer he called: "how many." The angler held up three fingers. Approaching still nearer, the stranger inquired: "how big?" The angler made motions with his hands and arms to indicate size." Upon reaching the fisherman, the motorist said: "can't you talk?" And the angler replied, with much difficulty: "I have my mouth full of worms to keep them from freezing." give New York a 3-3 tie with Philadelphia Flyers. In other games Thursday night, the Flyers blew a 4-1 lead and settled for a 5-5 tie with Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars won their first game at home since Christmas night, 5-3 over St. Louis Blues, Chicago Black Hawks blanked Detroit Red Wings 2-0 and Los Angeles Kings tripped Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2. LEAFS AT OAKLAND In tonight's only game, To-lonto Maple Leafs are at Oakland against California Seals. Gilbert's two goals against the Sabres gave him 16 for the season and equalled his total output for the 1969-70 schedule. The tie marked the longest winless streak of the season for the Rangers-two losses followed by the two ties. They have been pushing Boston Bruins for top place in the NIlL's East Division all year and the tie moved them to within a point of Boston. The Bruins, however, Have played two fewer games for their 67 points. "We're falling down in certain areas like penalty killing," said Entile Francis, Rangers general manager-coach. "We've now blown three two-goal leads and cne three-goal lead. "We'll have to make some adjustments. But I'm not about to jump off the bridge. It's a long, long season and I see no reason to panic." SABRES REBOUND New York held a 3-1 lead midway in the game but the Sabres rebounded and took a 4-3 lead early in the final 20 minutes on goals by Steve Atkinson, Phil Goyette and rookie Gilbert Per-reault's second of the game and 19th of the season. Gilbert tallied his first at 8:06 of the period and finished it up at 17:24 after Doug Barrie had again given Buffalo the lead. Henri Richard's sixth goal of the season ended a 16-game personal scoring drought to climax Montreal's four-goal rally in the third period. The Flyers, who spotted Montreal a 1-0 first-period lead, rapped In four of their own, including goals by Jean-Guy GetH dron, Bill Lesuk and Jimmy Johnson in a span of one minute, 19 seconds. After Montreal's Jean Beli-veau and Bobby Clarke of the Flyers exchanged early goals, the Canadiens went on their own scoring binge with the Ma-hovlich brothers, Frank and Peter, and Richard tallying in a period of one minute, 47 seconds. WIN IS 1971 FIRST Danny Grant and Jean-Paul Parise banked shots in off goalie Glenn Hall's padding to send the North Stars winging to their first win of 1971 at home. Grant's 22nd of the year, a sizzler from the blue line, glanced off Hall's glove and pad to make the score 3-2 in the second period and Parise blasted a 30-footer off the goalie's pads at 3:23 of the final period for the winner. In other league developments Thursday, Boston Bruins recalled Reg Leach, 21, from their farm team at Oklahoma City in the Central League, to replace injured John McKenzie. McKenzie suffered a shoulder separation at Boston Sunday night against Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins also announced a trae'e with Philadelphia, sending forward Dan Schock to the Flyers for a player to be named later. Takes Pleasure In Announcing That MR. LOUIS LAROCK has received the SALESMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD Mr. Larock would like to thank all his patrons and friends and looks forward to serving you in the coming year. ANDY CAPP Summaries BUFFALO S NEW YORK I First Period - 1. Ntw York, Tkac-zuk 14 (Falrbalrn, Nellson) 16:23; 2. Buffalo, Perreeult II (Shock, Hamilton) 11:02. Penalty - Nellson 5:30. Second Period - 3. New York, Tkae-zuk 15 (Robltallle, Parkl 1:2*; 4. New York, Ratelle 21 (Gilbert, Hadfield) 12:58; 5. Buffalo, Atkinson I (Meehan, Duff) 14:13; 4. Buffalo Goyette 9 (Andrea, Marshall) 19:18. Penalties- Shack 11:23, Brown 17:43. Third Period - 7. Buffalo, Perreeult 19 (Goyette, Marshall) 4:31; I. New York, Gilbert IS (Ratelle, Nellson) 8:0<; 9. Buffalo, Barrie 3 (Meehan) 1:34; 10. New York, Gilbert It (Hadfield, Ratelle) 17:24. Penalties - Hor-ton 4:0$, 7:15, 14:59, Shack 7:15. Shots on goal by . New Yark "....... ..   It-* BuHala............ II t 7-11 Attendance - 10,032. PHILADELPHIA S MONTREAL S First Period - 1. Montreal, Roberto 3 (Tramway, P. Mahovllch) 19:43. Penalties - Lapolnta 2:47, 1:51, Clarke 11:49. Second Period - 2. Philadelphia, Bernler 17 (Lesuk Johnson') 1:07; 3. Philadelphia, Gendron 14 (Lacrolx, Watson) 1:56; 4. Philadelphia, Lesuk 11 (Bernler) 9:04; 5. Philadelphia, Johnson 11 (Hughes, Bernler) 10:15. Penalties - Kelly 14:31, Ferguson 16:31. Third Period - 6. Montreal, Belt-veau 11 (Tardlf, Cournoyer^ 1:21; 7. Philadelphia, Clarke 15 (Schmeutz 4:47; 1. Montreal,) F. Mahovllch 17 (Savard) 5:26; 9. Montreal, P. Mahov-llch 19 (Savard) 6:11; 10. Montreal, Richard 6 (Savard, LaPolnte) 7:33. Penalties - Ferguson 3:11, Van Impe 5:11, P. Mahovllch 7:02, Schmautt 7:02. Shots on goal by Montreal ........... 9 1 11-11 PMiadeiphta....... 14 16 9-19 Attendance - 14,620. CHICAGO 1 DETROIT  First Period - I. Chicago, Maloney 9 (Martin Korolh 14:00. Penalty - Maloney 6:26. Second Period - 2. Chicago R. Hull 26 (Campbell, Plnder) 13:37. Penalty - Connelly 5:09. Third Period - No scoring. Penal* ties - Mlklta 3:22, Llbett 15:50. Shots on goal by Detroit ............ 16 7 7-H Chicago............ 11 6 4-11 Attendance - 16,666. MINNESOTA S ST. LOUIS I First Period - 1. Minnesota, Glbbs 3, 2:27; 2. Minnesota, Oliver 7 (Williams, Harris) 2:57; 3. St. Louis, 6c-clestone 13 (Bordeleau) 14:11. Penalties - Barrett 3:33, Plcard 6:06, Har. rls 13:48. Second Period - 4. St. Louis, Ee clestone 14 (Bordeleau) 13:15; 5. Minnesota, Grant 22 (Reld) 18:13. Penalties -B. Plager 11:13, Glbbs 13:04. Third Period - 6. Minnesota, Parise 8 (Oliver, Wllllamsl 3:25; 7. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 7 (Drouln, Grant) 13:51,- 8. St. Louis, Plcard ) (B. Plager Crist) 18:50. Penalties - Herrls 9-.41, B. Plager 12:30, Glbbs 17:02, Berenson 11:28, Shots on goal by St. LOUIS........... 11 11 11-JS Minnesota .......... 14 I 9-16 Attendance - 14,530. LOS ANGELES 4, PITTSBURGH I First Period - 1. Los Angeles, Loni-berry 11 (Price, Fleft) 16:09. Penalties - Harbaruk, Marotte 0:13, Le-mleux 3:26, McCallum 7:55, Wldlng 10:07. Second Period - 2. Pittsburgh, Schock 10 (Harbaruk) 0:45; 3. Los Angeles, Berry 15 (Price, McDonough) 1:19; 4. Los Angeles, McDonough 1 (Wldlng, Berry) 17:05. Penalfles-Marofte 4:47, Hextall 6:22, Berry 7:51. Third Period - 5. Los Angeles, Ber. ry 16 (Wldlng) 11:25; 6. Pittsburgh. McCreary 14 15:01. Penalties-Sether 4:14 Morrison 5:50, Labosslere 1:43. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh .......... I I 4-11 Les Angeles --.......11 9 17-M Attendance-7,587. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE last Division W L T Boston ... New York Montreal . Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit ... 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