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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI UTtttUDOl Friday, January II, M72 Red Wings ivithin one point of fourth spot Everything happened in threes Thursday night By THE CANADIAN PRESS Lou Nanne has something in common with Bobby Orr. Nanne, the 31-year-old right winger with Minnesota North Stars, certainly isn't compara- ble to Orr, the 23-year-old Bos- ton Bruin superstar ns a gate attraction around the National Hockey League. Nor will he ever pull in the same multi-year, million-dollar contract the Bruin detcnceman is reported to have signed this season. The common denominator Pronghorns see action twice The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will hit ttie floor for two Western Canada Inter- Collegiate Men's Basketball League encounters this week- end. The Pronghorns will host the second place University of Al- berta Golden Bears, who have earned seven victories in ten starts this season. The two-game series will open tonight at nine p.m. at the Civic Centre and will conclude Sat- urday night at the same time Summaries IOSTON 4 PHILADELPHIA 2 First Period 1. Boslon, Esposlfo 40 (Hodge) 2. Boslon, Bucyk Zl [McKenzie, Slanfield) Pen- alties Esposito Orr Second Period 3. Boston, Espo- sito (Stanlreld, McKenzie) 4. Philadelphia, Bernier 12 (Clarke, Dornhoefer) Penallles Wai- son Clarke Cashman Clemenl, Orr. majors Third Period 5. Philadelphia, Kelly 6, Boslon, esposilo (Orr, D Smilh) Penallles Dornhoeter Philadelphia bench lerved by Dornhoefer Shots on goal by miatffllpnii........n 12 Boston 11 20 CHICAGO VANCOUVER 0 First Period 1- Chicago, Koroll 11 (D. Hull, MagnuEotM 2. Chi- cago, Mlklla 17 (Slaplelon, D. Hull) 3. Chicago Pappln 14, Pen- Allies Schella, O'Shea Boudrias Magnuson Schmaulz me- Angoltl double miner Second Period 4- Chicago, Kor- oil 12 (Jarretl, Korab) Penal- ties Guevremonl Jarrett mi- nor, Schmautz major, Magnuson ma- in- :55, Balon Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties None. MINNESOTA I MONTREAL 5 First Period 1. Montreal, LaFleur 16 (F. Mahovlich, Tremblay) 2. Minnesola, Prenlice 16 (Nanne, Oli- ver) 3. Minnesota, Parise 10 (Glbhs) J. Minnesota, Prentice 17 (Nanne, Mohns) 5. Montreal, F. Mahovlich 23 (Lalleur, P. Mahov- lich) 6. Montreal, F. Mahoviich 24 (Cournoyer, P. Mahovlich) 7. Minnesota, Nanne 14 (Oliver, Gibbs Penallies Harper Hex- fall Grant Second Period 8. Minnesota, Reed 3, 9. Montreal, F. IICH 25 (Lapoinle, P. Mahovlich) Penalty Harper Third Period 10. Montreal, La- Ileur 17, 11. Minnesota, Nanne Id (Oliver, Harris) Penalties Lafleur double minors Shots on goal by Mlnnnota .........12 13 Montreal...........l! 12 Attendance DETROIT 1 BUFFALO 1 Firs I Period 1. Buffalo, Martin U (Hamilton) 2. Detroit, LlbeH 15 (Johnston, Dionne) Penal- ties Sfackhause Collins Perreault Second Period No scoring Pen- allies Ball Bergman Slackhouse, Larentz. Lihetl, Evans Third Period 3. Defroit, LitreH 16 (Collins, Brown) 4. Detroit, Libetf 17 (Dionne, Slackhouse) PcnDltles None. snots on goal Dy 10-W ............12 5 Meanwhile, the U of L Prong- horns lemale version will be out to protect their third place standing in WCIAABL, play. The Pronghorns, who hold a 4-6 record are fresh [rom knock- ing-off the U of C Dinnies last weekend and are in a hungry mood. Both games will be staged at 7 p.m. prior to the boy's en- counters both nights. In Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball League com- petition, three games will be run-off tonight. The Catholic Central Cougars, who sport a 5-6 record will host the Raymond Comets whila the LCI Rams will travel to Cardslon for a game against the Cougars. The Magrath Zeniths will visit the last-place Mohawks in tha third game of the evening in Medicine Hat. All games will commence at 6 p.m. with a preliminary "B" Boy's game at p.m. Meanwhile in Southwest Bas- ketball League action, four games be held in both the Boy's and Girl's divisions. In the Boy's division, Winston Churchill Bulldogs host the Taber W. R. Myers, Picture Butte Sugar Kings travel to Milk River, Stirling visits Fort Macleod and Coaldale enter- tains Vauxhall. In Girl's play, Vauxhall Vi- Queens host Coaldale Larks, Fort Macleod meets the first- place St. Mary's Auroras in Taber, Taber W. R. Myers Dawns entertain Winston Churchill Griffins and Picture Butte Sugar Queens travel to Milk River. that links the two is that both recorded scoring firsts as de- fencemen in widely-separated arenas. Orr, of course, became the first defenceman to win the NHL scoring title, with 120 points in the 1969-70 season. He's been one of the league's prolific shooters since joining the Bruins in 1966. But what isn't as well known is that Name also recorded a scoring title as a defenceman, copping the Western Collegiate Hockey Association crown in his senior year at the University o Minnesota. He didn't set any scoring feats as an NHL defenceman but his ability to score prompted Stars' coach Jack Gordon to convert the Canadi- Hawks ordered to lower price WASHINGTON (AP) United States District Court Judge Julius Hoffman granted a preliminary injunction Thurs- Jay forcing Chicago Black Sawks Hockey Team Inc. to re- duce the price of its programs :o SO cents from 75 cents, the justice department announced. The civil suit initiated by the iustice department charged that ,he price hike for the 1971-72 lockey season beginning Oct. 1, .971 violated the economic sta- bilization program. A justice department spokes- man said several persons com- ilained to the internal revenue service about the price in- crease. Dependable USED CARS JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Dependable USED CARS 1967 CHRYSLER 4-Door. Red. ONLY CHRYSLER NEW YORKER. 4 DR. H.T. Nice Shape. ONLY 1968 DODGE POLARA 4-DOOR. Blue. V-8, A.T. P.S. R. ONLY CHEV. BISCAYNE 4-DOOR, Green. 6 Cyl. Sid. Trans. ONLY 1970 METEOR RIDEAU SOD 4-DOOR V-8, A.T. P.S. R. ONLY MAZDA 2-DR. While-Red. Immaculale. ONLY 1970 DODGE POLARA CUSTOM 1 DR. H.T. Fully Equipped. 2-Tene Paint. ONLY MAVERICK 2. DOOR. Red. 2B9, 3-Specd. Low Mileage. ONLY 1970 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR H.T. Blue. 390. A.T. P.S, ONLY DUSTER 2-DOOR COUPE. 6. A.T. P.S. R. Milei. ONLY 1971 DART 4-DR. Blue. 6. A.7. R. One Owner. ONLY CHEVY VAN V.8. Sid. Nice Shape. ONLY 2 ONLY 1971 DEMONSTRATORS KING CHRYSLER DODGE 3rd Avt. and llth St. S. Uthbridgc, Alia. Phono 328-9271 CHANGING PARTNERS Two NHL linesmen got into the act Thursday by breaking up o brief fight between Chris Evans (24) of Buffalo Sobres and Nick Libbelt of the De- troit Red The fighl storied as Evtns Iried 1o clear Libbeit from in front of the Buf- falo net. Buffalo goalie Roger Crazier watch es in the background. Dodd lied in sixth place Olmstead remains leader RED DEER Olmstejd of Calgary Canucks was held pointless last week but maintained his lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race, becoming the first player in five weeks to lead the league for two consecutive weeks. Statistics released today by the league show Olmstead has 58 points on 28 goals and 30 as- Fran Tarkenton goes back home NEW YORK (AP) "Don't one defensive lineman said to another after Fran Tar- kenton had eluded them in a wild behind-the-scrimmsge-line chase. "He'll be back in a mo- ment." And so Tarkenton, UK quart- erback who turned the once-des- perate act of scrambling into a :ine art in the National Football League, is, indeed, returning from whence he came. New York Giants, who ob- tained Tarkenton from Minne- sota Vikings in 1967, traded him >ack to the Vikings Thursday for a raft of present and pro- spective talent. In return for their No. 1 quarterback, who ran and passed New York to a five-year, 33-37 record, including last sear son's 4-10 last-place finish in the National Conference East, the Giants acquired: 1. Bob Grim, the Vikings' all- pro wide receiver whose 1971 performance was the best of his six-year career, 2. Norm Snead, a journeyman quarterback who, in his nth pro year last season, was Minneso- ta's No. 3 signal-caller behind Gary Cuozzo and Bob Lee, 3. Vince Clements, a rookie running back who missed the entire season with a knee in- jury, 4. One of the "Vikings' two first-round draft picks in Tues- day's NFL draft of college sen- iors, and 5 Minnesota's second-round choice in the 1973 draft. Lethbridge Athletic Association HOCKEY Saturday and Sunday! SATURDAY, JAN. 29-8 p.m. CIVIC CENTRE JUNIOR "B" Y'l MEN'S NATIVE SONS RED DEER CHIEFS SUNDAY, JAN. 30 A.M.-CIVIC CENTRE BANTAM MOORE'S IMPERIALS Exhibition Oqrrn SUNDAY, JAN. 30 P.M.-CIVIC CENTRE Lelhbridge Athletic Association MOMS vt DADS SUNDAY, JAN. 30 P.M.-CIVIC CENTRE JUNIOR "t" Y'l MEN'S NATIVE SONS RED DEER CHIEFS ADMISSION: ADULTS Sl.OO STUDENTS AND PENSIONERS CHILDREN sists. Terry Wittchen of Red Deer Rustlers is second with 56 points, one. more than team- mate Dale Lewis and Mark Lo- menda of the Canucks. Hick Alexander of league- leading Calgary Mount Royal College Cougars is fifth with 49 points, two more than Dale Eloschuk of Calgary and Ken Dodd of Lethbridge Sugar Kings. Olmstead, L o m e n d a and Ryan Weclter of Drumheller Falcons share the goal-scoring lead, each with 28. Lewis and Ron Logan of Mount Royal College are the leading playmakers with 32 as- sists each. Graham Parsons of Red Deer took over the goaltending lead last week, lowering his average to 2.96. Mike Lemire and Gary Graham of Mount Royal have 3.15 and 3.19 averages respec- tively. Don Dirk of Drumheller is the most penalized player with 125 minutes, 14 more than team- mate Harold Graham. Red Deer is tha most penalized team with 819 minutes, three minutes more than Lethbridge. Meanwhile in Calgary, the Canucks upset the Cougars 4-3 in overtime in an all-Calgary Alberta Junior Hockey League game Thursday night. Bob Bachynski fired the win- ner for the Canucks after eight minutes and 25 seconds of ov- ertime. Other Canuck g o a 1- scorers were John Snodgrass, Brock Kaluznik and Warren Cook. .lohn Young. Pete Sullivan and Rick Alexander scored for the Cougars who led 1-0 after the first period. an-boni U.S. citizen to right wing last seasqn. Nanne has paid dividends for the Minnesotans up front, cli- maxed Thursday night by his three goals in a 6-5 win ove Montreal Canadiens. His performance over shadowed the three-goal effort of Montreal's Frank Mahovlich It was Nanne's first three-goa output in the major leagues bu was old hat for Mahovlich who now has 13. Orr, meanwhile, was held to an assist while team-mate Phi Esposito turned iii his firs three-goal effort of the year in Boston's 4-2 assault of Philadel phia Flyers. And threes were big in Buf falo, too, where Nick Libett'a first three-goal night in the NHL pulled Detroit Red Wings to their third straight win, 3-1 over the Sabres. Cliff Koroll just missed join- ing the three-goal performances at Chicago, scoring twice in support of goaltender Tony Es- posito's third straight shutout as the Black Hawks trounced Van- couver Canucks 4-0. LEAFS PLAY SEALS Tonight's lone game has To- ronto Maple Leafs, then- once- firm hold on fourth and a play- off berth in the East Division shaved to a single point by De- Iroit, visiting California Golden Seals at Oakland. Nanne, who captured the WCHA title with 14 goals and 43 points, now has 16 goals to his credit this season playing on a unit with veterans Dean Pren- tice and Murray Oliver, both of whom are enjoying banner years at Minnesota. But the big story In the wide- open game at Montreal was the Canadiens' continuing defensive futility without their rookie goaltender, Ken Dryden, to back them up. Dryden was given the night off by coach Scotty Bowman to rest after Tuesday night's all- star game at Minneapolis anc the North Stars bombed Phil Myre with 39 shots. Defensive lapses proved costly at both ends of tie ice Tom Reid converted an errant clearing pass by Montreal's J C. Tremblay into a 5-3 Minne- sota lead in the second period and Canadiens' rookie Guy Laf- leur evened the score at five apiece in the third, capitalizing on a Stars defensive error. But Nanne slapped in the win- ner at after working his way into the slot in front of Myre to take a pass from Oli- ver. TAKES OVER LEAD Esposito's three goals at Bos- ton snapped a deadlock atop the NHL scoring race with New York's Jean Ratelle. Esposito who last year set a record 7f goals and 152 points, now has B4 points, including 42 goals. The outcome was never in doubt as the Bruins rifled 47 shots at Philadelphia goalie Bruce Gamble, removed by Flyers' coach Fred Shero with just over a minute left In the game and the score 3-2. The manoeuvre backfired, with Esposito combining with Orr and Dallas Smith for an- other goal. The same combina- tion set up the winning score Tuesday night as the East All- Stars downed the West 3-2 at Minneapolis. The three-goal night was Es- posito's first this season. He recorded seven en route to his record-breaking feats a year ago. The Wings spotted Buffalo a 1-0 lead, rookie Rick Martin's 34th, in the first period before Libett went to work, tying the score before the end of tire pe- riod and adding two more in the third. ANDY CAPP Schoolboy event held Saturday The District 2 Schoolboy Curi- ng play-downs will be staged in Milk River Saturday. Entries for the one-day event will include Gerry Machacek oE Leth bridge representing LCI, John Stanek of Magralh, Darell Ellert of Milk River, lick Ikebuschi from Picture )utte, Tim Boyle of Taber and Tom Mueller of Warner. The draws will be made up prior to the first game at 10 a.m. Saturday. SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Lethbridge Warriors vs Medicine Hat Wheelers SAT., JAN. 29 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults 75C Studtntl SOt Children ISN'T WOULD VER CARE T' LEAVE BITO'SOSSIP? Minor hockey Danny Riedlhuber slammed in a hat-trick and paced the Maple Leafs to a 5-3 victory over Uie Pee Wee Kings Thurs- day night. Wade Popson and Rob Mel- vin added singles while Jeff Takayasu notched sro goals and Terry Bailey one for the Kings. Paul Byrne blasted in two Bruins tied with Kings By THE CANADIAN PRESS For the first time in three seasons a team other than Cal- gary Centennials or Edmonton Oil Kings is in second place in the Western Division of the Western Canada Hockey League. Calgary and Edmonton div- ided tlte berths between them in the 1969-70 and 1970-71 seasons and so far this Thursday night. Then, New Westminster Bruins, who have gone 16 games without a defeat, edged Swift Current Broncos 3-2 to go into a tie with the idle Oil Kings. The Centennials, winners 7-4 at home over Medicine Hal. Ti gers, increased their first plact" margin to nine points over the Bruins and Edmonton. In the other WCHL game Thursday night, Brandon Wheat Kings whomped Regina Pats 10-0 to vault over Saskatoon Blades into second place in the Eastern Division. Regina still is in first place, three points ahead of Brandon. goals and gave the Jets a 4-J win over the Red Wings in Ban- tam "A" action. Darrell Mock and Brian Van Burren aided with a goal each while Ian Morrice and David Snopek replied lor the Wings with singletons. In Midget League action the Eskimos doubled the score, 4-2, on the Labor Club Bees. Don Henderson scored twice for the winners with singles go- ing to David Siroyyak and Trevor Kinsey. Keith Miya- shiro and Lome Osmond re- plied for the Bees. In Pee Wee exhibition action in Fort Macleod the Mai-lands and host Cougars battled to a 7-7 deadlock. Harvey Pocza accounted for three markers for the Mar- lands while Dwaine Lowe, Rob- bie Kunst, Earl Ingarficld and Darren Ramage added singles. TODAY Wee games at Civic Centre a p.m. Tolems VB 7 p.m. Vik- ings vs Penguins; 0 p.m. Flyers vs Tigers. p.m.LUtle Spud Leage gamt Lelribrldge Cults vs Bow Island. SATURDAY Bantam B games at Adams Ice Cen- tre a.m. Ramblers vs Nuggels: l.m a.m. Kings vs Mustangs: lo M i.m Cougars vs Blades; a.m. Pee Wee King Reps vs Eagles; a.m. Midget game Labor Club bees vs Royals. Pee Wee games Civic Centre 4 p.m Whips vs Blues; p.m. Fal- cons vs Bisons; Canucks VB Sa- bres. Exhibition game at Adams Ice Cen- tre Lethbridge Mldgef Colts vs Taber Midgets p.m. Exhibition games at Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Lethbridge A.C.T. Bantam Reps vs cranbrook; Leth- brldge Minor Hockey Bingo; 8 p.m. Southern Alberta Juvenile League game Lelhbrldge Warriors vs Medi- cine Hat Wheelers. fUNDAY ExhbiHOfl at Henderson Lake lev Centre 11 a.m. Lethbridge A.C.T. 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