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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 23, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD - 11 Goals coming fast and furious in NHL It's been hard on the goaltenders By THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston Bruins have come to be known as the National Hookey League's most explosive scoring team, but a few other clubs have been trying to get into the act this1 season. Taking an eight-goal game as some indication of an explosive attack, scores up to the all-star break show a total of 22 games in which a team won by scoring eight or more goals. That compares with last season's first-half total of only nine games in which' a team won with eight or more goals. The Bruins, who have scored 215 goals in 44 games, set the pace by whipping their opposi tlon with eight or more goals in seven games. Chicago Black Hawks, sec ond-highest scoring team in the league behind Boston with 167 goals in 44 games, have romped for eight or more goals in game four times, as have Toronto Maple Leafs who suffered a 5-2 loss to California Seals in the only game Friday night. The Leafs, cointidentally, have been on the losing end of an eight-goal performance put on by the Seals and a 9-1 whipping handed out by the Bruins. But the Leafs still rank third in goal production behind Bos- ton and Chicago with 161 goals in 47 games and their 13-0 romp over Detroit Red Wings last month is the biggest single-game explosion by any team this SG&80B, Montreal Canadlens have the TENDER CARE age is adjusted by day. McKenzie, who from hospital today. - Boston Bruins' Johnny McKenzie grins his approval as his band* student nurse Deidre Lawless at Massachusettes General Hospital Frl-underwent surgery on his left shoulder, was expected to be released Minor hockey roundup Duane Ptycia rapped in twoi goals as he led the Vikings to a 4-0 shutout over the Penguins in Pee Wee action last night. Kevin Dragland and Jeff Tak-eyasu rounded out the scoring while Troy Dickson picked up his fifth shutout of the season by blanking the Penguins. In Bantam B action John We-siliski picked up a hat - trick as he paced the Eagles to a slim 4-3 victory over the Bruins, Darrel Laidlaw added the other Eagles goal. For the Bruins Brian Wright, Doug Berger and Kevin Riley notched singletons in a losing cause. Mark Baldry had an outstanding game for the Jets as he blasted in four goals and allowed his club to gain a 8-6 victory over the Blackhawks in a Bantam A contest. Gary Dogterom, Hartley Lep-pard, Doug Brown and Dick Rigelhof chipped in with a goal apiece. For the Hawks Larry next biggest single-game performance with their 11-2 win over Buffalo Sabres last Nov. 7. Montreal also whipped Los Angeles Kings�B-l last month. The Kings, incidentally, appear the most prone to allowing big scores against them. The Bruins have whipped them 9-5 and 8-5 and Toronto downed them 8-1 so far this season, but the Kings managed one big surprise of their own Dec. 26 when they beat California 9-3. Yanosik blasted in a pair while Ken Gorrie, Larry Lennox, Ron Simmons and Barry Peterson tallied once. In another scheduled Bantam A encounter, the Maple Leafs dropped the Marlins by a 6-2 count. Wade Pop son topped the Leafs scoring with two goals while Brant Marchuk, Kelly Vaykovich, Paul Oullette and Craig Brown added one each. Tom Block was the only Marlins player to score as he slapped in both their goals. Bowling scores CAPRI aowL NU modi homii Isabella Bergman JM Agnes Poeze 291 (; Miry wltnnevtkl 241) Arlene Nieml JM; Mary Nteolson 230; Eunice David 2S4 (696); Arlene McKay 236; Cathy Crlohton 239; Ber-nlc* Stewart 219; Kay Wheeler 250; Joan Jones 234. SR. CITIZINS Henry Beehlhold 245; Frank Bern-hart 298; Evan Evans 244; Len Mllner 226; Spot Miller 234; Bill Jensen 257 (690); Jack Nunweller 221; Roy La-Valley 231; Arle Koote 255; C. Van-Wyk 221; Jim Freel 220; Harold Perry 232. FINALS DAYS of LEO SINGER'S 13th ANNUAL ST0REWIDE BARGAIN Genuine Savings on all our regular top quality merchandise . . . backed by our policy of complete satisfaction. Don't miss out. Shop now and save $$$. MEN'S NYLON SKI JACKETS Fortrel filled for. warmth without weight. Reg. 24.95 NOW ONLY......... I�WI "Wit"'" 1696 MEN"S DOWN FILLED JACKETS A real favorite with the outdoor man. Reg. 4a.0O NOW ONLY .......... BALANCE OF MEN'S GENUINE SHEEPSKIN COATS Reg. 69.95 NO GOING AT 37� BALANCE OF MEN'S WINTER JACKETS CLEARING OUT AT l/2 PRICE MEN'S DRESS SHOES Reg. values to 27.95 CLEARING NOW AT ONLY ............... BALANCE OF MEN'S SNOW BOOTS Fully Orion pile lined. Reg. 15.95 #J NOW ONLY.............. 2 A SELECTION OF MEN'S SWEATERS CLEARING NOW AT l/2 PRICE and LESS BOY'S ALPACA SWEATERS New colors - mauve, red, navy. Reg. 11.95 #} NOW ONLY .............. 9' SHOP FOR THIS! PLUS MANY OTHER TERRIFIC VALUES THROUGHOUT THE STORE ADDED STAFP TO SIRVI YOU LEO SINGER'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 215 5th STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 SUNDQUIST LADliS Pat Plomp 238; Eleanor Holroyd 238; Shirley McLellan 226; May Mane 225; Sharon Boblnlc 226; Linda Hovey 232; Betly Dlonne 309; Marie Smith 233; Vera Nlcholls 218) Rosa Hamilton 219. HENRY HOMES Pat Seely 217; Diane Decalre 248 Frank Tuttle 277; Jerry Arethenko 335 (807); Ed Henderson 258; Tom Pater-eon 254; Bernle Carrier 259; Joyce Carmlchael 215; Otto Pankotay 266, Shirley Areshenko 209; Batty Patereon 2111 Kathy Muller 214. JCCA Suml Medoruma 251; Tom Hlra shima 309 (807); Sandy Shlgehlro 222 Mas Shlgehlro 2(1; Terry Inouya 230; Bob Omotani 266 (7181; Mlka Tobo'362 (753); Wimp Nakamura 251; Hlnk Urano 278; Seiko Mlyaihlro 264; Nat suko Sawada 244; Ryo Nagata 278; Tak Katakaml 283 (699); Mate Gosh-Inmon 221; Faye Urano 237; Franclt Htga 279 (790); Carol Fupta 290. BOISE CASCADE Garry Brown 295 (7271. Brian Brown 270, Rick Caldwell 246, Vlnce Kovacs 239, M. Ktever 243, T. Hlranaka 237. SENIOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown 249 (732), Henry Been-thold 268 (720), Len Mllner 242 (682), Spot Miller 235, Henry Brown 208, E. Erans 215, Betty Murtland 212, Fred Bread 242. Bill Riley 185, Marg Rat. mutien 173, Chris Zunhnuiode 157. WILSON Selma Nlshlmulra 214 (391), Murry Kobe 188 ( 374), Ken Duea 150, Wendy Serai 183, Alan Thornton 172 Clayton Woo 153, Arlean Hlng 138. CIVIL SERVICE Al Taylor 318 (834), Dick Tuk 348, (809), Lew Mills 276 (779), Bill Taylor 310 (761>, John Ertckson 271 (708), Jane Smyke 227, Bev Swaron 241 (661), Edith Voth 225, June Taylor 291 (664), Karlyn Spltier 246, Fran Harris 235, Joe Dlmnlk 240, Henry Brown 237, Terry Tuk 271, Arvlll Sllllto 231, Lena Moore 245 Jim Gill 261, Len Bailey 288, Tony egtutky 256. I.O.P. John Scattergood 358 (846), Steve Dlmnlk 363 (784), Robin Wheeldon 300 (746), Henry Williams 273 (704), Jim Petrunla 276 (722), Edna Lowan 307 (737), Sandv Scattergood 139 (710V Harpo Marlyama 268, John Rempel 256, Caralyn Couttt 262, Maria Smith 244, Casty Vanvaen 263, Don Humphreys 263, Louise Beekman 230, Darrel Robinson 246, Mary Ann Robinson 221, Gary Llnd 248, Dean Low 255 Kay Woodman 227, Marg.Dyck 223. Y.B.C. BANTAMS Cindy Pedrlnl 188 (350), Cary Goshl-man 193 ( 357), Doup Vogt 183 ( 363), Nancy Taylor 136, David Wllks 171. Debbie Anderson 174 ( 328), Barb Toth 153, Phil Pro 176, Rhonda Sllllto 120, David Snopek 171. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Dave Barton 287 (556), Brian Anderson 228 (448), David Urban 238 (421), Marie Look 227 (432V Debbie Calhoun 289 (556), Selma Nlshlmulg 223 (404), John Barraclaugh 224, Rod Barnatt 303 (480). C.P.R. SOCIAL Marg Morris 266 (465) Bob Church 265 (444). Cyril Oeett tit (430), E. Sinclair 220 (436), W. Dublniki 328 (422), John Morris 260 (4361, Chris Mabney 228 (414), Bob Anderson 141 (411), p. Harding 239 4411). TRACY'S Bev Salmon 243 ( 778), O. Plaid 243 (685), Llll Halt 294 (474), Dot Anderson 245 (473), Pat Plomp 261 (6771, Sandy Scattergood 244 (447), Ruby Oseen 307 (444). VI Price 274, Bunny Anderson 234, Judy Harnark 249, Ev Couttt 244, B. Fabbla 254 Flo Nyqullt 270, M. Fllders 240. MORNtNS) COFFEE Pat Plomp 229; Betty Hobbs 209; Peggy Forry 218; June Taylor 281 (708); Ann Gorda 214; Bath Kotkotkl 241; Mary Ward 205. MARTINIXINO Pat Henderson 250 ( 679); Bernlce Hay 297 ( 660); Anna Todd 288; Isabel Orsten 299 ( 672); Marlon McNeely 268; Marg Smith 273 (805); Mata Gosh-Inmon 343 (7981; Leone Wolotyn 249; Mary Nlcolton 249; Lorraine Ktrehntr 23?. GREEN'S SHOE; Bill Hamilton 277 (776); Doug Ped-ersen 277; Arle Stotyn 296; Al Smith 281 (710); John Rempel 316 (756); Jean Christie 271 (701); Joey Soles 292 (701); Bea Salmon 312 (729); Marlon Guzlk 275; Phyl Harrison 252 (722); Shirley Boyd 261 (745). EAGLES Rick Larson 243; Bill Plomp 261; Ann Golla 224; Joyce Marsden 211; Geo Matchett 250 ( 6431; Cyril Barnett 252; Joe Glllett 295 (655); VI Price 304 (693); Gary Ward 261 (439) i Kat**/ tudwli tie. _ - Kings host Stamps Lethbridge Sugar Kings, with games in hand over the three clubs ahead of them in the Al berta Junior Hockey League, will meet Ponoka Stampeders tonight at the Arena at 8:30. Kings, currently in fourth spot in the six - team league, can move into third place with a win tonight as they trail the thrid place Edmonton Maple Leafs by a single point. Kings next action will be In Calgary Tuesday evening when they meet second place Cougars. The locals are in good shape physically and have been put through their paces all week in preparing for the important en counter with the Stampeders. Meanwhile the Alberta Ju nior Hockey League all-stars defeated Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Canada Hockey League 5-2 Friday night in Red Deer. All-stars from Red Deer Rustlers'did all the scoring. Brian Ogilvie and Wyrm Dempster scored two goals each and Dave Andruchin got the other. Doug Bentley and John Rogers replied for the Oil Kings, who are tied hi the WCHL's western division for first place with the Calgary Centennials. Calgary has played five games more. Graham Parsons of Ponoka Stampeders and John Davidson of Lethbridge Sugar Kings combined to stop 24 shots. Each played exactly half the game. Jack Cummings made 36 saves for the Oil Kings. Edmonton took 14 of the 19 penalties, including a major, a match penalty and a game misconduct to Don Kozak. He received the major for butt-ending and the game misconduct for spitting twice on the referee. SPORTS ANDY CAPP The Seals victory Friday, only their 14th in 46 starts, still left them in the West Division cellar, four points behind the sixth-place Kings. The Leafs remain an equal distance behind third-place Montreal in the East. PLAY AGAIN TONIGHT Rookie Don O'Donoghue and Gary Jarrett picked up two goals each against the Leafs who played the third of a six-game road trip. Their fourth comes tonight in Los An* TpmgBONEtR^ MlfTCR CAPR, TRAINEE BUS MIVEK.SITTIN* BOWNAlLbfljj^. LPROUR EXCHPNGE -LIKETHE -3 >T� DON'T MINb IF X DO. BUT LET'S GET, >THE QUESTIONS OVER WITH FIRST' Toronto, with Bruce Gamble Id goal, outshot the Seals 35-29 but were held back by the goal* tending of Gary Smith. Ernie Hicke got the. other Seals goal, his 14th of the season, while Brian Spencer and Paul Henderson scored for the Leafs. Elsewhere tonight, Detroit is at Montreal, Chicago at Boston, Buffalo meets the Blues in St. Louis, Vancouver Canucks visit Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers take on the North Stars in Minnesota. Sunday, Montreal is at Boston, Minnesota at New York, Vancouver at Detroit, Philadelphia at Buffalo and California at Chicago. CALIFORNIA 3, TORONTO 1 First Period-1. California, O'Donoghue 6, 9:46; 2. Toronto, Spencer 4 (Trottler, Doreyi 10:58; 3. California, E. Hlcke 14 (B. Hlcke, staekhoute) 13:20; 4. Toronto, Henderson 19 (Mc Kenny) 16:46; 5. California, Jarrett 10, 18:22. Penalties - Baun 2:38, Hemp-son 6:50. Second Period-No scoring. Penalty -Dorey 6:03. Third Period - 6. California, Jarrett II (Stackhouse) 0:53; 7. California, O'Donoflhue 7 (Ehman) 12:59. Penal-ties-E. Hlcke 5:41, Spencer 9:34. Shots en goal by Teronto ............ 11 19 11-is Gty hockey on Sunday The City Recreation Hockey League will stage a game between the U of L Chinooks and the St. Basil Saints starting at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Lethbridge Arena. This contest is scheduled for now instead of the original date, February 11, 1971. The night of February 11,1971 will now be used by the Lethbridge Sugar Kings when they will play host to the Calgary Mount Royal Cougars for a game that was postponed Saturday December 26, 1970. MECHANIC WANTED WITH HEAVY DUTY PAPERS Mutt be capable of working en own Initiative BOX 29, CAYLEY, ALBERTA California........ Attendance-7,010. 17 4 4-29 | SPORTS FANSI I I I Unitas sued for adultery BALTIMORE (AP) - John Unitas of Baltimore Colts has been sued for separate maintenance in a petition filed by his wife which alleges adultery by the quarterback great. Rather than divorce, Dorothy Unitas seeks immediate and permanent support for their five children, ranging in age from 3 to 15, and temporary and permanent alimony. Maryland law permits all-1 _ mony without a divorce. Unitas, who directed the Colts to the 1970 American Football Conference championship and suffered injured ribs as Baltimore won the Super Bowl title in a game with Dallas, has until Feb. 16 to respond to the petition. Mrs. Unitas in the petition, contended Unitas is paid about $125,000 annually by the Colts. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JAN. 25-8.30 p.m. KILLER BUDDY AUSTIN vt EMILE DUPRI �OK SWEETAN va OIL HAYES OIRLS' NORTH AMERICAN TITLE MATCH MISS BETTY NICCOLI va MISS JEAN ANTONI ABDULLAH vt PACCHIANO plus 2 more big boutt Admission $2, $1.50. Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Woteh STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJIH-TV Message from the president fir LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA Calgary Cals win tourney CALGARY (CP) - Calgary Cals gained first place Friday with seven straight wins in the University of Calgary women's invitational volleyball tournament. They had defeated the University of Calgary A and B teams, University of Alberta, University of Lethbridge, Edmonton Farkels, University of Winnipeg and University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Campus. January 1971, Hockey Fans A Parents! Minor Hockey Week in Canada, has once again arrives' In the city or lethbridge, and our association Is requesting your support, as fane during this all Important vtek. Heekey Is  apsoteter sport, and ve there/or urge yeu, as fane, to support HInor Hockey during this atk, and watch tone tlx hundred boys play our National Sport. Reminding you, that it's better to build boys, than to send nen> which we In our association art attempting to do, through sport�. li.anklng you in advance, for your aupport. I resaln. Toura H. Harrolf President. JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. I Here's o hockey oddity . . . The all-time National Hockey i League record for a team tak- � ing the moit shots on goal in � one game was NOT tat In I recent yean of high-powered _ offentive hockey at you | might expect, but back In the 1940-41 season when, in one I game, Boston Brulnt took a total of 83 thots In a game i against Chicago . .  That * total hat never been bettered � in any game since . . . Botten I won that gome, by the way, _ by the tcore of only 3-2. | Here's a basketball oddity ' I. . . One of the great feats a ' in basketball history was I Ionce achieved by little Rio _ Grande College of Ohio, led | . by high-scoring Bevo Franclt, | when in one season, 1952-91,1 they won 39 straight games I -even though the school was | to small there were only 96 � of thoie cities it now in the � tire collegsl I _ Here's another oddity . . . | Every city that won the I championship of the National i Batketball Association be- | . tween 1949 and 1955 It no" I longer in the league! � . � � Minneapolis won the NBA I � title in 1949-50-52-53-54, Rochester won it in 1951 and | Syracuse in 1955, and none of those cities are now in the � NBA. ? ? ? I I I bet yeu didn't knew the i " Deeper the Snow Gets the 1 Ibetter your Uniroyal Sups' � Winteriae Snow Tires work. I IGetting around on town or _ country roads it a tnap - so | if you haven't got 'em en bet-| ter make tracks down te I Kirk's first thing Monday � morning and let the Tire i�- | 1 perts fix you up and get you ' Igoing again and if you want � Tire Studt, we can do that I tool LETHBRIDGE ARENA SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd 8.30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs PONOKA STAMPEDERS - ADMISSION PRICES-:- ADULTS f 1.2S - STUDENTS .75* with cards * CHILDREN 25* Advance tickets en tale at Simpsons- Start, Saturday 2-4 p.m. See KIRK'S ... for The Beit Deal For Every Wheall KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAL Dealer I 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVI YOU I 1621 3rd i Ave. S. " PHONE | 327-5985 , . KIRK'S - FERNIE, B.C. � Phone 423-7746 I I KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. | 16201 50th Avenue - Phone 223-3441 I ;