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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Who said 7-4 mis a goultciiders duel? Sabres aren't about to let Wings gain By IAN Marl. MM" i the post-season games as enrly Canadian Tress fall Wrilcr as mid-Decc-mber. continued their bid 10 overtake Buffalo's I The Red Wines were fly-: Sabres by stopping the (altering ing ar.d the Sabres si-.s-pened Boston Bruins 4-2." i lip after a did .start in_ National i The Sabres sept their four- i Hockey Le.igtic action fr.ursday point margin in the battle for nisl'.t. fourth in the Fast, however, by Detroit, all bin cr..-tid out of overcoming a 2-0 deficit to han- Stan Fischhr's L niuersitv action of !-ie c cf c: Lethb-idgs. c s is on rccidly cs z ce iiS'C rcurnsy. U of L tournev under todav University of L e t h b i rf re Pronghoms will host the first of hvo Canada West University Men's League cha.T.- pionship tournaments: on the During the year, all five uni- versities participating in the will" take' part i.-. t-.vo toumamer.ts to determine the 1J7.-73 chs-piens. Porats are awarded to wins and pbcinss of eacb team and the over-ail point setter after the tw-o traimeys uill he declar- champion. i "e ?econd tourney Iveii b Victcrta rex: r-cr.ih Action got under way tlus morzfng at 10 a.IT., and con- tinued to 4 p.m. at the U of L The cf wili be '--t.vf.et: int. t) i ?rt wr.ile the championship final be s ed between the Morr.e-'s men's basketball ra.-ncs at The women's basketball te takes on the University tona at p.m. while the face the U of V Vikings a'. Saturday. Both the women's and m teams see action against the U o: V to cigl-.t. Game times ai'e se: t'-jr 5-51 p.m. for tl-.e and p.m. for the men. Weight trainin oil tap CHALLENGING POSITIONS ACROSS CANADA FOR AGGRESSIVE YOUNG PERSONS BASED ON ABILITY AND READINESS TO ACCEPT RESPONSI3HITY A IOCAL POSITION IS ALSO AVAlLAB Ec-i. r-i. Sc'ei Cs-5----- F -T--. c' '.i-'.icl cr I. TJ ;9 Sa'cry O-" Apply to or NIAGARA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED 7ih Slreot South, LetlibricJtje Phone 327-8545 R. M. BOND, Manager Inside Hockey H E R L. :5 A quieuy en the con- o: moduli, like iermi-.es in a v.-ooi z'i :5 LT ih-r fhinny for "Koc'Key Vght in Csn- are paid for. empiy scats hsve begun :o cu: Lke so sore thumbs in norir.aHv packed the Mor.ireal, Maple Leaf Careers Pacific For :re a tc'.slly r.eca'j'-e o.i favorue >por: ET.C r.ine r.zs by a couple of yoiag 1: 5 caiie-j of Hockey.'1 by Brace Kidd sid Tr.e tl-le, while perhaps the fear that mar.v of us betray aboui the of cur to Kid-d and MacFarlaM. ''Vv'e i: c'-.esr-. :o sbfen-.e? o'-vne-s. our Prime Traces': ry U.S. hi? rec-jcs: C-anacia-is they p'.3y 03 our potr.t that r. majority o; schEc'-led games are boring. V1. e let a har-tiul of rich artd men convert c sport ir.to arcther Srarctj of American show business.'' Tr.e key questix is ixr.r many can reek-try's super- structure absorb before the proiessioraj gan-.e burins reeling into a tctai ellipse? because it is so L-.'-riastcaly gT-t-i it car. outlas: the blunder- ing of those suchi as C.arence Campbell who purport to be Yes. tt tts true that fans are staying a-ay frcm cer- tain NHL games tn and Vancouver. But. by same '..trier, tt is vtrrually trrrxs-.b'.e to b'jv an .NHL seat vr, St. Minnesota. BuMalo ar.d Philadelphia. Both At'aria's Flames and, the Xs--v Yjrl-t Islar.ce-3. the two NHL aL-eady aT? to in Los .Argeles. ithe gate is up ar.d Pitts- burgh'; ?fnrjir5 ars developing the kirxl of citentE-ie that assure Pitt sell-MTj wtthiri the next years. has Is that the older, cjjc-i-tinatir.g farts the otxs have been turned eft" by tccay's ersat: e.Tpanston gase. Ba this group has Etore teen b. numbers by the ce'-v espazsiot: fans who are rather delighted 7-.tn the b7and of major league hockey teir.g dispersfd. So i: it tsn't up to the qtiality of ;96T and earlier? tf'jr i-. the Unitc-d States arc you hnve a pretty tcea that shnnny's ro'-ces are some-.vha; there are at last, i: ar-pear; sctr.c rr.ajcr league moguis are tal-nr.g them cf 'us ha'-e realized.' or.e of thetr. tt.d rre the other day. "tutat t.-.e game has to sold. V.'e just cac't put '2 men or. the anc automatically expec: a tars they consider thstr money's '.vGrth. of roote-s consider it an trsult to their intel.iger.ee to :e isiar.ders. The same holes L- Montreal, et H.--.V. t-er can t-; mir.ti-ned ty Kl.t'tt Tariare anc others be retne-llec. die Mmnesol.i North Stars 5-2. Tl-o results left Buffalo in fourth, five points behind Bos- ton four ahead of Detroit. In the only other game. Phila- ficir-hia Flyers moved imo third in i he West by stopping Pitts- burgh 6-j. leaving ths Pengums ii a challenging position two Ivl'.ind. Los and Atlanta Flames and three back of the Flyers. The Flr.mes and Los Angeles -r. e c i icrilEhL at Adanta. New York Islanders Van- cc.uver Car.ucks and California fe.-ils are at home to St. Lo_p Blues. Tre Wines, v.'lio stormed into ir.e ear'-y lead with tiieir tastes; str-.-t it! hstory. just ?.s sud- sro'.T.cod and there vas ?77Lir-'7t in the canto Johnnv Wilson's .'-onto physical-fitness expert suddenly dts- thc7'isehes i: pcitits 1-ohiri Bttfftlo and with the r tiicttre becotr.ir.g in- r1-.- cvei !vfo-e the '.vi'.-.-'n wo7ds spir- ''f'e rionne. the rookie of I-tar. and the centre was 5'us- Detroit management s2-.v the light, the Wings' tr2m- t-; prozrarr. was cut back ard the c'.t.h ftr.ally hitting t'e featured its late- a playoff berth ?te of the V.5. team. to lead his tearri- -jtc-s or offeree and Detroit thrc-T up a blanket in front of Denis Dejordy that T-e iVirgs hammered Boston Fl-'-ts. :77 udtng Red Berensorj's sf-crth real of the year that SI.I'MP OVER? T'-e fibres, too. have had t-cir L-rs-ar.d-doitTis on the NHL chart this year arrf their 7c7e7' slump has drorjpeci them ct a at the divt- their condifl-tTrLrt: ?-o- a.-am. implemerj'ed this year b." general manager Purath Lm- tier Fred paid off the Stirs. Buffalo fell behind 2-0 before Jim Schoem'eld put on the The University of Lethhridge the Sttr.tg setrester on tha weekend. Weight iraminj will bo the featured worl-tshop sponsored ;v --rucation in co- oce-t-tor, Mttt U of Phy- riay moTninr 2'. -.Ire ar.d cor.cl'i.-le a- 71. tr. the The cost dol'ars :e- a lunch. Advanced en- couraged h'- ccrtac'inz 'ne L" of L Education Da- part rr.er.t. E AMJY CA1M1 ing 7-i the Crusaders' Gem- Cheevers. The loss dropped Cleveland out of first place in the Eastern Division after New England Whalers Oll'aua Na- tionals 4-2. And Ihe Blazers, with a healthy Parent finally showing the form that Philadelphia ex- pected for their lucrative 000-plus multi-year contract, are "challenging at the tailend of the east. Elsewhere. Cliicago Cougars, who have also been showing some life recently at the lower end of the Weslern Division, routed New York Raiders 9-2 while Houston Aeros romped 5-2 'over Minnesota's Saints at St. Paul, Minn., to climb within four points of Western-leading Winnipeg Jels. Danny L-awson and Don Bur- gess were the chief offensive thrusts in front of Parent, scor- ing two apiece. Lawson's sec- ond, his SS'.h of the vear, gave Philadelphia the lead they never lost. It came after Paul Andrea had tallied twice early in the second period to lift Cleveland into a 2-2 lie. John .Mipeneault, Don O'Donosluie and Bryan Camp- bell also tallied for the Blazers who now trail Ottawa by one point and are four behind Que- bec Les Xordiques and a play- off berth. Garry Jarrett, with two, was ti'c o-'ly other Crusader to beat Parent. Will things change because of new coach? MONTREAL CT Sara Berger hesved z. s'gh of relief. i hope have fira-lly r.K.de the move that will turn thrng arourd." The move v.-as the naming Thursday of ire new head coach for the Montreal Alouattes of the Canadian Foot- bsl] Marv Levy, a vet- eran National Football League assistant. The "thing" Als owner Ber- ger hopes to turn is his club, their dismissal record in the CFL lart season and fsn support The ALS. Grey Cup champions in 1970. dropped to a 4-10 won. record last season and at- tendance dipped to less than an 12. "Xv a came. The search for the ne-s- head coach Parted when Sam Etche- verry resigned siter three sea- sons as the Als' head mentor. A lot of names, rnottly from the ranks of the NFL. figured in speculation about his replace- ment. B-jt the one person not ir.en- tfcrsd until the last moment wzs Levy, a former assistact with three XFL teams. Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and Was'n- With George A'Jer.'s Redskiis. Levy was coach of specialty sickofi. ard field god-units, and is highly re- garded b both college and pro- fessional football quarters. Athletics for u-hicii his for- Allen famous, is "E matter of letting the players h-ow early what we are going to do. what procedures we are going 10 folbv." But he is "net a ye''cr." Levy feels the Al? need in start by naming their No. 1 quarterback before the season starts. Quarterbacking prob- lems plagued the Als for the two seasons. Montreal signal-callers Wade and George Mira are not new to Levy who Irom coaching duties at ard Man' CoDege and the Eagles respectively. No wholesale player changes sro because, he thinks there is a "good basis of piayer talent'' although new faces are likely b the punting and field- goal aspects of the team. Low morale, reportedly F. problem with the Als C" be overcome with (he players kncwing "what is expected of them." ''You don't put morale on '.lie z coat and you don't wcrk on this comes from the players galibg cor- f.detxe. Besides the players, a good catcl-i.ig staff L" ako needed. he said. "Don't think you hire a Thursday and have an instant winner on Sunday.'' Levy said he has several People in rnind for f.vo assistant plus one player Broach. He r.o' esl any names but Cene Gaincs was player-cosch last season. Fred WalLner has a year re- in his contract as an coach with the .Als. Bttt Le'.y knows Lhat Mon- t-eal fans want a winner. And wants a winner to fill ;l'c cn-.pty r.ands. L c s i n 5 breeds dis- i-'-.c! but winning cl-nrres that." Levy said. "V-.'hen you v.iri it generates fan enthusiasm and that enthusiasm generates winning." CAMPBELL OIT SOON MONTREAL (CP'-A spokes- man for the National Hockey Lear.-.e said Thursday that league president Clarence is expected to be dis- chi-rzed from a Montreal hospi- tal within the next few Ca-phell under.-.ent gall bladder surgery prior to Christ- victory Sih-cs hrd ti-in the lead on Gerry :7th cf the Caill S. year and Gil Perresult's "oth. peltirig Minnesota goal_e Giles rerlcd.' Tre VTotld Associ- hcoked up Thursday right ttt what u-as billed as a defensi.e lini ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES the scmrtdec. 1: rrjladeiphfa B.'arers' Be.-Je s-ur-.t.-- ci by Lsbor Cab earns and posted a hard-fought 7-3 victory over the LeUibridge Corr.7r.ur.irT College in th.e orjy City Recrea-'on Hockey League game played Thursday night. The Athletics trailed 3-0 goir.g into the second period but man- aged to carry a tie into the third. Ken Lirpul and Gerry Hki- himmer led the Athl-etics' st- ack v.-iih a pair of goals while sineles came off the sticks of Jim Odver. Ed Elxoda and Don 3ruchet. Bruchet's a'. Lie mmute mark c-f the funal period ttrovec to bs the 'Adnrer. Cr.l Marvtrt Velkn Ho-n. E'ake Brian Jesscn, Den and Greg Edeen rr-anaged a goal apiece tr_a cause. L.te LCC -.vere a'so f.' e of J- rr.unor penalties and lite orly gatne rr.isofnduct to coach Lixderr.tEn. ALBERTA JUNIOR WCRLD W L T A Pi! W L T t M c-- i -M- ;t -t i ii H SiL LEAGUE Em Wulirr Diviilen HOCKEY SCORES Na-'s -e1-: t I V 3 LEADERS 5 ;U I- :t :t -.5A j; Sailing Club meets .Sunday S1.. Mary's Sailing Club 'A-iil rold its annual genera! n'.c-c-tir.g at the Bowman Arts Cer.L-e Sunday. The meeting will feature tire election of officers for the 1973 season, las' year's club reports and films on sailing. T-.e mcctiM uhi'ch is open to the general public gets un- der way Sunday at cig'nt o'clock. Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE (flu lit Am Soutti ;