The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
M, 1174 TIM UTNMMOOI HERALD Hull used head, passed it instead CANADIAN PRESS Bobby Hull opted for a pass rather than a fight Friday night, scoring a goal which tied his Winnipeg Jets with Edmonton oilers and ul- timately led to a 4-3 victory in World Hockey Association Tom Gilmore of the Oilers was waving his stick under Morrison wants look at films TORONTO (CP) Scotty Morrison, referee-in-chief of the National Hockey League, said Friday he's "going in" Sunday to visit Boston Garden, sight of Thursday night's fan riot in which officials and the visiting Chicago Black Hawks were showered with bottles and other debris. "I'm going in Morrison said from his office here, "and hoping to get an opportunity to see- the complete film of Thursday's game." The Bruins fans reacted violently late in the game after what they felt was incompetent refereeing by Wally Harris. Bruins Derek Sanderson, re- acting to a misconduct, jostled Harris and was ejected from the game. All- star Bobby Orr also challenged Harris- Hull's nose after the two col- lided along the boards at the nine-minute mark of the third period. But Hull returned to play, taking a pass from 30 feet and turning the tide of the game. In other WHA contests, Min- nesota Fighting Saints snapped a five-game losing streak with a 6-2 victory over Chicago Cougars and Los Angeles Sharks shut out Quebec Nordiques Danny Johnson of the Jets scored the winning goal with less than six minutes remain- ing. He had an open net as he tucked the puck behind goaltender Jack Norris for his second goal of the game. Cal Swenson scored the other Winnipeg goal. Rusty Patenaude scored twice for Edmonton as the Oilers dropped into third place for the first time this season. Tom Qilmore connected for Edmonton's first goal. The Oilers, who played without their leading scorer, centre Jim Harrison, suffered another blow in the third period when winger Brian McKenzie left the game with a severe charley horse. Steve Cardwell scored three goals to pace the fighting saints and Mike Mahon scored twice. Wayne Connelly com- pleted the Minnesota scoring on a powerplay goal. The Saints led 2-0 early in the first period before Brian Coates cut the gap to a goal. Joe Hardy scored for Chicago on a backhander to the left of Minnesota, goalie Mike Curran. Recently-acquired goaltender Jim McLeod. registered the shut-out which gave Los Angeles its victory. Roundup of bowling scores Flyers' lead is now eight, fourth place battle looms CAPHI nONIIH LIAQUI Regma Hein 197. Ptlciwng 198, Nora Tiller 206. Dow 206. Stan Fraser 270. George Blacker 184. Henry Bechthold 258. Kay 217 Jean Thomson 221. MNIOft CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 256. Roy 260. Walter Baker 24S. Nick Bwnchi 259 Norah Hollorlh 277. Frank Bernhart 248. Bill 232. Bernhart 226. Velma 229, Jim Cnghton 217. Fred Wardman 217. Of COLUtWM Doreen Soderquist 280. Balhgate 292. Frank Beekman 255. Brian Joevanazzo 266. Joe Tolhn 307 Joe Beresnak 301 Barb Angyal 246. Bob Olshaski 291 Dot Olshaski 254 Myrna Tymensen 246 HIOA-S Alia Clarke 269 Marlene Bosch 259 Dot Anderwn 286 Anne Wolstoncrolt 261. Maureen Ferguson 280. Lorraine Persley 283 Emilia Frohlick 276. Chris EM 272 Connie Marshalsay 278 Jenny Feher 245. PNHUU.T SOCIAL Joe SQhmaiz 259. Dariene Horhozer 224, Joe Hart 241. Karl Noack 229. Emanuel Schile 268 (707) John Kovacs 236. Bob Thompson 233. Jim Fletcher 257. Brad Elder 276 Judy Lagasse 245 MORNING COFFEI Karen Taylor 218, Shirley Polachie 208, O'Shea 204, Sandra Bradley 228. Ethel Marker 220, Ruth Laurie 278 Janel Wiebe 200. Marilyri Heaton 279, Susan Peron 201. Mae Popma 277. JUNIOR SHOP Ptomp 269. Marie Barnett 290. Dorothy Sorensen 267. Jo 258. Mmrg Saetried 250. Peggy Forry 246. Jean Paisey 264. Shirley Petrak 278, Grace .Van Dyk 298. Francis Wright 276. Elaine Tompkins 246. Morgan Sparks At Smith' 333 Leno Chiste 301 Bill Hamilton 293 Andy Valer 294 Sttve Gangur 296 Ken Larson 320 Sam Girardi 290 RyO Nagata 294 Bob Thompson 286 LADIES Betty Beaudry 262, Grace Beard 273 Irene Chiste 250, Marlene Widmer 2S5. Myra Malcomson 270, Yvonne Frank 273. Jeanette Smeed 279 Jean Christie 316, ShirWy Pander 243. Gail Sarka 233. DOl'C'S Marg Oyck 318 Barb Jarvie 274; Sandra Burrows 273; Maggie Oliver 252 Judy Harnack 267 Zita Tmordi 289 Mary Negrey 252; Agnes McDonald 242; Joyce Witwicki 240 Mary NicOlson 239. FRIDAY SCHOOLS (Jtutwi) Mike Gerla 180: Patti Holmes 186; Mike Sharun 226; Sherry Hermger 179; Debbie Witwicki 172, Judy MacLean 181; Tom Miklos 195. (BanUmi) Brad Kirschenman 267; Mark Sharun 163; Mark Gretzinger 181; Tom Heringer 153; Floyd Moncreiff 172; Cheryl Smith 130: Terry Kirscherman 165: Kelly Okamura 144: Kim Masson 185. FMIIMV MIXED Bonnie Cahoon 232: Lucille Barby 287; Henry Hardy 339 Ewald Zieke Fran Beretnak 317 Ed Sells 228: Jiro Miyagawa 278 Jack Fettig 232. Karl Phillipp 252: Ed Bogden 240. VB.C.-JKT nuts Dean Hovey 182: Duane Seibel 141; Tommy Doyle 15S; Brent Baldrey 136: Kerry Swaren 147; Rob Williams 142; Kevin Chaki 137: Danny Svobda 149; Stephen ISO; Jimmy Okamura 147. VB.C. BAVTAM BOYS Don Tinordi 224; Ricky Woodman 156' Stephen Taylor 274; Bruce Virostek 195; Allister Paterson 182; Gerald Saccardo 161: Geof Krokosh 170: David Ross 233: Faron Ellis 175; Mike Tolley 213. TryMmYwIsif Uf TO 30-DAY TMAl ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMTN-JQIKS NEMM SfJMCE 3rd Ave. 8. Phone MJ.5447 CITIZENSHIP COURT from Calgary will the Lethbridge Court House Monday, and Tuesday, Jan. 28 and 29 from to p.m. each day Persons having business with the Citizenship court may attend at that time. Presentation of Certificates will be held at a.m. Tuesday, January 29th CITIZENSHIP COURT 335 -8th Avenue 8. W. Calgary Department of The Secretary of State By GLENN COLE Canadian Press staff Writer The battle for the final two playoff spots in the National Hockey League's West Divi- sion is tightening up these days but Philadelphia Flyers, the division leaders, have opened up ah eight-point lead in their battle with second- place Chicago Black Hawks. The Flyers hammered Cali- fornia Golden Seals 5-0 Friday night to complete a highly suc- cessful west coast swing PHILADELPHIA 5, CALIFORNIA 0 Philadelphia, Dornhoefer 6 (Lonsberry, Dupont) Penalties Clarke Kelly Schultz, Graves Second Pertod-2. Philadelphia. MacLeish 18 (Dornhoefer, Lonsberry) 3. Philadelphia, Crisp 7 (Saleski, Van impe) Penalties Kelly minor, major, Mott Cal Van Impe Crisp Third Philadelphia, Schultz 12 (Saleski) 5. Philadelphia, Lonsberry 16 (Dornhoefer) on goal by Philadelphia 15 14 California 14 10 9-33 MINNESOTA t, VANCOUVER 4 First Minnesota, Goldsworthy 28 (Hextall. Grant) 2- Minnesota, Grant 20 (Gibbs, Reid) 3. Minnesota, Bergman 2 (Harvey, Parise) 4. Vancouver, Pratt 2 5. Minnesota, Gambucci 2 (Drouin, Oliver) Second Vancouver. Guevremont 9 (Boudrias) 7. Vancouver, Lever 14 (Guevremont, Bordeleau) 8. Minnesota, Hex- tall 13 (Goldsworthy) Third Vancouver. Lever 15 (Schmautz, Ververgaert) Penalties Goldsworth Gibbs Shota on goal by 10 Vancouver 4 11 ATLANTA 2, DETROIT 2 Flrtt Period 1. Atlanta, McCreary 10 (Manery) 2. Detroit, Redmond 26 (Harris, Jarry) Penalties Johnston McCreary Harris McCreary Mohns Second Period 3. Detroit. Dionne 13 (Hughes, Roberts) 4 Atlanta. Richard 14 Quinn, Hochefort) Penalty Harris Third Period No scoring. Penal- ty Johnston which saw them take five of a possible six points. Meanwhile, there is only a six-point spread between the next four clubs behind the front runners. Minnesota North Stars mov- ed into a fifth-place tie with Los Angeles Kings by handing Vancouver Canucks a 5-4 set- back in Vancouver while fourth-place Atlanta battled to a 2-2 tie with Detroit Red Wings. Boston Bruins still lead the East with 66 points, four more than Montreal Canadians, who have won three straight since the Bruins crushed them 8-0 last Saturday night. New York Rangers are third with 54 dollowed by Toronto Maple Leafs with 50 and Buf- falo Sabres with 49. The Flyers, who drew a record crowd of in Mon- treal earlier this month, at- tracted the largest crowd of the Oakland's arena as they sent the lowly seals to their 33rd defeat of the season. Goaltender Bernie Parent kicked out 33 shots to record his 10th shutout of the year, tops in the league.. The Flyers, who finished the season series with the Seals with a 5-0 log, got single goals form Gary Dornhoefer, Rick MacLeish, Terry Crisp, Ross Lonsberry and Dave Schultz. Jim Rutherford, acquired by Detroit from Pittsburgh last week, kicked out 38 Atlanta shots, including 16 in the final period, to help the Wings tie the Flames. Mickey Redmond and Marcel Dionne scored for Detroit with Keith McCreary and Jacques Richard replying for the Flames. Richard's goal at of the second period tied the game and it came only 22 seconds after Dionne had given Detroit a 2-1 edge. The North Stars jumped to a 4-1 lead in the first period and staved off a late Vancouver rally. Minnesota's first three goals by Bill Goldsworthy, Danny Grant and Gary Berg- man came on the North Stars' first four shots. Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Art about our Guarantee CYLINDER HEADS CRANKSHAFTS ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 THE KINSMEN CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association PROUDLY PRESENTS NOTICE! 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