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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WE'LL NEVER BE EQUAL T1 MEN UNTIL WE CAN LOOK LIKE 'IM AN' STILL. THINK WE'RE ATTRACTIVE Five share in scoring Villemure blanks Seals By THE CANADIAN PHESS GWes Villemure is finding it far more profitable to tend goal in the National Hockey League than to drive standardbred bones. The JO-year-old Trois-W- vieres, Que., native, who drives and trains his own stable in the off-season, also finds It easier stopping pucks In the NHL, as be did 14 Friday night in a New York Ranger M win over CaU- fornia Golden Seals, than win- ning at the track. The game at Oakland was the only one scheduled Friday night. SU games are set for today. Buffalo Sabres visit Detroit Red Wings for an.afternoon match while the night games have tbe Rangers In Vancouver against the Canucks, Toronto Maple Leafs at Minnesota North Stars, Boston Bruins at Montreal Can- adians Pittsburgh Penguins a' St. Louis Blues and Philadelphia Flyers at Los Angeles Kings. Sunday, Buffalo again plays In the afternoon, this time ii Boston. Elsewhere, Pittsburgh entertains Montreal, the Leafs are in Chicago, Detroit at St. Louis, Los Angeles at Minnesota and Philadelphia at California. TOPS GOALIES Villemure, emerging as the No. 1 Ranger backstop, tops the league netminders. He entered the week with the best goals-a- gsinst average, 1.74, and low- end toot mark In two hirliiHing a H Win OVtT LOS An- gefes Wednesday. His shutout was tie third of the season tor the one-tune mioor pro standout who got his big chance in the New York or- ganization last year when it was Minor hockey Lethbridge A.C.T. Bantam Reps got two goals from Rick Collier and went on to defeat Brooks Midgets 6-4 Friday eve- ning. Dale Nesting, Greg Kvcder, Cliff Miyashiro and Darrel Os- mond added singles for the winners. Brain Smith notched a pair (or the via'ting Brooks dub. Soto efforts were turned In by John Prins and Don Schneider. Bruce Anderson recorded his eighth shutout of the season as Totems blanked the Whips 1-0 In Pee Wee play Friday night. Greg Cheniezky aided Ander- son's cause with a second per- iod marker. In another Pee Wee contest, Duane Ptyda banged in two goals to lead (he Vikings to a 4-2 win over Falcons. Richard Van Luyk and Boyd Cave aided in the victory with a goal apiece wfiile David Popo- ritch and Robert Montgomery replied for the Falcons. After a 1-1 tie after the first period of play, the Bears went on to defeat the Sabres 4-1. Darcy Cavanaugh, David Za- rooren, Stan Sawidti and Rob- ert Rapauno scored a goal each for the Bears while Brian Kaoewisber tallied tbe lone Sabres' marker. The A.C.T. Bantam Reps ripped the Stampeders 10 0 in Midget action Thursday. Randy Watm o u g h fired home three goals for the win- ners while singles went to Mark Baldry, Bob Miles, Mike Boychuk, Cliff Miyashiro, Dale Nesting, Greg Kveder and Grant Marchuk. LABOR CLUB HOCKEY TEAM RAFFLE The lucky winner of the trip for 2 Vancouver January llrh, 29th and 10th all oxpeniei paid Ii Mn. Oladyt ef 945 9th Street South, Lethbridge. The draw wot held Thunday, January 20th at Park Ice Cente. The numben ef the laber Club Hockey Team would like te thank the many people of Lethbridoe for their fine ivpport. decided to give veteran Ed GU comin a rest from the Iron Man performance he had been givinj for four years. With Villemure around for re- lief, the Ranger goaltending tan- dem took the Vezina Trophy awarded to the goalies allowing the fewest goals during tbe sea- son. Giacomin's 2.15 a v e r a g e i shaved .21 goals off his bes previous mark while Villemure turned in a respectable 2.29 However, with Giacoroin's per formance slipping this year, Vil lemure Is finding any thoughts he may have entertained about driving the sulkies full-time slip- ping farther from his mind. He admitted recojtly in an in terviev he looks forward to driving the buggies, but tbe present arrangement which ena bles him to work at the tracks in the off-season is ideal. "The arrangement is perfect at the present time. I play hockey in the winter month and race in the summer. But, must say hockey pays more." WANTS REGULAR WORK His main ambition is to play regularly with the Rangers, an ambition he's starting to real ize, and to race a horse under two minutes, a plateau he coulc reach in tbe near future since graduating from the country- fair tracks to the big time a Montreal's Blue Bonnets and Saratoga, N.Y., where he has 15 horses in his string. Goals by rookie Gene Carr and Bruce McGregor in the first period gave Vlllemure all the offence he needed against the Seals as Uie New Yorkers re- gained a share of first in the East with Boston, each with 77 pouits. The Bruins, meanwhile, get a chance to renew their assault on first place tonight and to end Montreal's unbeaten string on home ice this year that now stands at 22 games, including 19 wins. NEW YORK 9 CALIPORNIA I First Peilod 1. New Ywk, Carr 0 (Tkacjuk Park) York, MacCregor 15 (StsmkowjU, Jinnr) Perultlei McKtchnla JiM, Doak Stand Period 1. New York, Ned- field 30 (Ratelle, Gilbert) Penal- lea Snmvr Dyck Third Period 4. New York, 011- bert 31 I. Naw York, Tkaczuk 7 (De-Marco) Ptdeltln er major McKechnle major, Selling Shots on goal by Nl> York 11 It-n CillWrnli.......... 1 Attendance 10.47B. ANDY VAN DOORN ANDY'S BARBER SHOP Is Now Open! I Andy would like to invite his many friends and cm- i tamers to visit him in hil new location at 526 6th STREET SOUTH (West ef Haig Clinic) Open All Day Saturday! PHONE 328-7315 NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY Mvratov, Jwmry M, Itn 1M LflHMUDM HMAID _ If, Break open close same in last three minutes Cougars keep slate clean with late spurt By IAOTD YAMAGISUI Herald Spirts Writer The Cattnlic Central Cougars exposed tneir fangs in the fuu three mlnuteB of play and tore apart the defenceless LCI Earns 4B-M in Alberta "A Boy's BaskettMM League com petition Friday night. Meanwhile in ether league en staged night, the Raymond Comets thumped the visiting Medicine Bat Mohawks sz-22 while the Kagrath Zenltbi bounced tto Cardsteu Cougars 57-49. The CathoUe CMnl Cougars have a aoHd grip on tint place in league landings -with tbelr hard fought victory over the Rams bet nght. In five league games the Cou- gars have yet to taste defea and sit pretty with 10 big points The Raymond Cornels and the Cariston Cougars share seconc place with six points, but the Comets have the better recori thus far. Raymond have a S-2 reoon while the Cougars sport a S-3 record. The LCI Earns, who hold a 2-3 record and the MagraUi Zeniths, who have mustered up a 2-2 standing sit tied in third with four points apiece. The Medicine Hat Mohawks rest in the league-cellar at 0-5 In last night's encounter OB LCI's home court, the Cou gars and UK Rams watched the lead exchange hands through- out the 32 minutes of play. The Cougars maintained slim 16-19 lead after the first quarter of play, but the Rams came back to take a 24-23 lead into the dressing room at half time. The two clubs came out fresh as ever in the second half and found themselves battling away for the lead. At the end of the third quar ter, the Cougars managed to grab a slim 34-32 margin but still found the Rams' de- fence too tough to penetrate. With remaining on the clock the Rams suddenly fell apact while holding a close 37 36 gap. A prolific Rams' d e f e n c which had held the prnrerfu Cougars' offence for some 28 minutes and 52 seconds sudden ly collapsed giving away points at will. During the three minutes and 48 seconds, the Cougars ham- m-red the backboards for 11 big points while the Rams fail- ed to score. Dennis Hydychuk, who was a horn In the Rams' side all eve- ning, paced the Cougars' of fence with a 11 point perform- ance while Lyle Gallant an] John Dudas added 10 and now joints respectively. Hydychuk was like a tbief in in dark stealing the ball away from the Rams on more than one occasion. He was by far the Cougars' biggest asset. Marty Maxwell wai the Ugh scorer for the Rams hooping 11 points while Mark Haslam and Richard Andreachuk chipped in with eight points apiece. In the preliminary "E" Boy's contest, the LCI Colts came lack from a 24-19 third quarter deficit to drop the Catholic Cen- tral Fryers 32-31. Ron Semaochuk led the Colls swishing nine points while Bowling MOKNINO COFFEE Barbara Bulltrl In, Ethel Hirvlt 65, Cnrol Hall 276 Bernlce Hay 7! JMn Mill! 285 Nancy rlndle 260, Phyl Jardlw 258, Chris urwash 215, Franco Harris 253, Alice MARTINIZINS Onrilnmon m Ktran Manhlnon 253 Pal Leclalre 65, Alice filer 322 Sea Salmon 1 Kay Caslles 259, Isibelle irgmin 271 Emma Magnus- on 362, Jean Passer 310 (Ito, Oena mild 261, Maria JoKuty 254 FRIENDLY LEAGUE Icolt McKlnnm 207, Sandy McKen- e 223, Ken Schlahl Stan Brown 253, LI: Hlga 220, Bonnie Kennedy !S9, ary Kennedy 231, Lu Sackney 1U. EAOLEI LODCE Andy Kralewskl 304 Cyril arnelr 230, Evelyn Groves 240, Olga arocque 252 Kaltiy Ludwlg 252, oug McCarlhy 29J, Allen Groves 236, rank Oorda 135, Gee Melchtlt 33B Grace Glllett 236. Curtii Khnrantty aided with Paul Kenwood managed eight points for the Flyers and Bob Moaer seven in a losing cause. In Raymond, the Comets built up a 27-13 lead half-time and went on to trounce the Med- icine Hat Mohawks 58-22. Rick Smith notched 13 points for the Orate while Don land netted 12 for the Mohawks In the "B" Boy'i encounter Mike McLean, Jim Ralph an Tom Myndio racked up 14 points A blah day for Archer TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) George Archer said it was "Just a blah day." Charles Owens said it was too cold. And Charles Onody said nothing at packed bis bags and left. Toe streaking Archer, the hot test man on the pro tour at this early stage of the season, said he "was just kind of fumbling around out after poetini a one-under-par 71. But it was good enough for i one-stroke lead midway througl the Dean Martin-Tucson open golf tournament. The conic Archer had a 36-hoIe tota of 136 and sole control of the lead. Owens, a tour sophomore, had a share of the top spot going into the second round. But the paratroop veteran who has a stiff left knee and a cross handed grip, slipped to a fat 77 putting him far back in th field. He WES the first man off the tee in the chUl desert dawn. "It was 37 degrees with ice on the greens when I teed be said. I'm from Florida. Jus mention cold weather and it1 all over for me. My bands were so cold I just didn't have any feeling in my hands." SIGNS BAD CARD And Coody, the Masters champion and World Series of Golf winner last year, inadvert ently signed an incorrect score card and was disqualified. He signed for a four on the secon hole when he actually secret five. Archer ,winner of the Glen Oarnpbell.Los Angeles OpeL two weeks ago and a sixth-place fin- isher in last week's Crosby, led by a single stroke over a group of five players headed by Dave Hill, one of the men he beat in a playoff for the Los Angeles title. SKIING WITH (jt Alplii nnttir. Cmin Mrflnsl Ski Tni Goaltender has lawyer negotiating TORONTO (CP) Goalie Bemie Parent of Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League says a Philadelphia law- rer is negotiating on his behalf or a long-term contract with re new World Hockey Associa- lon that could earn him more than "When people start talking ong term contracts of one would be stupid not to lis- said Parent at his home here. "But the matter is in the lands of my lawyer. Right now my mind is on the current Na- tional Hockey League season and playing my best for the Maple Leafs." Parent said he would not imp to the WHA without first alking with the Leafs. "I would go to the Leafs, put my cards on the table and say: This is what I have been of- ered. Will you match In a special report from New Tork, The Star quotes Howard Gasper as saying the con- tract he is negotiating for Par- ent would be "in excess of 500.000 for five years." I'NWEIGHTING EXERCISE One of tie most Important tnueoavres In skiing Is wto wn mweight the skis. From B down position with the kneet and fined, yon rise up quickly and sharply to that your ikis actually come slightly off. the snow. The strong push against the snow will be counter-balanced by the unweighted To pracUse thtamovement, find a very gentle slope which yon can Kbnis without accellenttng. Going down the fall line, lift the gkii off the snow. Cushion the landing by sinking down agajnst In the knees and ankles. This will lead you Into the second unrelenting action. ContteMlUus exercUe until yon reach the bottom of the hm. Once you have the feeling you can then.plant your pole to Inl- Hate each up motion. All-Pro Page a suicider? LOS ANGELES (AP) The National Football League's Most Valuable Player on the suicide squad? When everyone's an all-star, that's the way it has to be, coach Dick Nolan of San Fran- cisco said Friday. He's coaching the National Conference team against the American Confer- ence in Sunday's 22nd annual Pro Bowl game in Memorial Coliseum. When the came kicks off et p.m., MST, nationally tele- vised with Southern California blacked out, MVP Alan Page will be In on the fcckoff team- the suicide squad. The B-fooM, 250-pound Page, defensive tackle from the Minnesota Vikings, doesn't mind the exfra action. Of the 80 Pro Bowlers, only ;wo were selected because of iheir play on special teams, kick returners Leslie (Speedy) Dun- can of Washington for the NFC and Eugene (Mercury) Morris of Miami for the AFC. FLIPS COIN McCafferty solved his prob- nn of choosmg a starting ruarterback by flipping a coin. Lllami's Bob Griese won, and he'll be joined on offense by wide receivers Paul War-field of Miami and Fred Biletnikoff of Oakland. Kansas City's 15-year veteran Leu Dawson, will play at leas half the game and McCafferty said Dawson's outside receivers will be Otis Taylor of Kansas City and Gary Garrison of San Diego. Nolan said Roger Staubach of Dallas and Greg Landry of De- troit will share quarterbacking chores, with.Staubach starting. Their targets Include Ted Kwalick of San Francisco, Char lie Sanders of Detroit, Gene Washington of San Frsndsco Bob Grim of Minnesota ant Dick Gordon of Chicago. Winners will receive each, losers Canadian sets track meet mark PHILADELPHIA (CP-AP) Grant McLaren of the Univer- sity of Western Ontario at Lon- don won the two-inUe race ii meet record time Friday night in the fifth annual Philadelphu Track Classic. The 23-year-old votogy stu- dent ran tbe distance In eight minutes 27.3 seconds, breakinf the old mark of set by George Young in 1969. Track Club finished seomd In :30.4 and Greg Fredericks of Penn State was third in WRESTLING Exhibition Auditorium MOM., JAN. 24 P.M. N.A. CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT, NO DISQUALIFICATION KURT VON HESS vi CARLOS BELAFONTE LEE and SITO vi RUHL and TOMASSO KAMATA VJ MARTEL QUINN V. SULLIVAN 6 Big Boutt Box office openi 7 p.m. Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on, CJOC-TV episee to give the host Mus- tang) a 6M8 victory over the Gas City Redskins. Jim Jantz and Phil Johnson managed 10 points apiece for the Redskins. The Magrath Zeniths picked up an early 17-9 lead after the first quarter of play to drop visiting Cardston Cougars. At half-time the Zeniths had their lead decreased by one, but fired back in the third quarter. Burns Alston led the Zeniths with a 17 point outing Bob Rice added 11. Don Brown managed II points for the Cougars. In "B" Boy's action, Eg- gebrecht netted X big points, but the Cardston Wildcats still suffered a loss to the Ma- grath Eagles. Tim Karren dunked 19 points for the Eagles while Brad Wild and Tim chipped in with 11 points each. I--------------------------- SPORTS FANSI I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. (Here's a hockey oddity Toronto hat won _ Stanley Cup almost iviry I year ending in "2" They I wen the Cup in 1922, 1932 .1942 and 1942 so don' I bet that they won't win It In 1972 even though they would a long shor this year but If the "2" coincidence holds up they might do It. Here's an oddity that's Ihard to figure In all ef football history, thin have (bun very, very few good left-handed patters, and yet In baseball there have bun I many great left-hand pit chers Isn't it strange that thin have to few lefty throwers In foolbell. I Here's an amazing fac about golfer Bobby Jonei who I died recently Ift no generally known, but Jonn NEVER look a golf lewon In hit life yet he became I of the great of all lime. 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