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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IPHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, January 31, contest at Madison Square Garden Polls, Schmautz biggest of stars NEW YORK (CF) There Grog Polls, their cup runneth were a lot oi first- at the %th over. annual National Hockey League Schmautz. the 27-year-old All-Star gme Tuesday night as V a n c o u v e r Canucks right, the the'West 5-1.1 winger, scored Lhe winning goal Im! for Bobby Schmautz and I in the third period when his Stan Fischler's Got it Gilles? Division c vson cooe C-iiles Villerr.ure (33' reoches cut to make a fingertip sav- e l Divider s.-ct'cy Tsrry Horror. (2) o team York Ranger-- is n ing Gilles the puck or F vJl carre the Eas- West s already face .A? Wirechctc) 10-point performance for Alberta centre Bj THE CANADIAN PRESS A ye3T ago JLZI HarTT5C.n misht have Eor.e E out" scoring 10 poir.j. TT-c centre amassed rfisi total in or.e rdsht. seKis a Hockey Association s-lrgie-sane swririS record leading Alberts Oiiers [o 11-3 v-in over York Raiders. toiled in .Mapie Minor hockev Scott Jariie scored three times and led Ae A.C.T. Bar.- tara 'A" Reps to ar. in victor? ovc-r the in Mjdge't action Tuesday nsht. Rockie Magee. Keith Miya- shiro and Gary .Mikuia tallied tnire vtile Rick VTeist aariag- eri a singleton. Royce replied for the Stamps. In a Bantam ''.V contest. Mike Gerbau and Tse turned a goal apiece and paced the Maroons to a 2-1 decision over the Mm'.ands. Bob Odney scored for the Marlands. Bill Boyce. Grant VTelns. Rod Tomita and BiU Orr scored a goal apiece and gave the Leth- bridge Pee Wees a 4-1 victory over the Card5ton Pee Wees in an exhibition game. Rod Wittaker scored for Cardstor.. Meanwhile in another exhibi- tion match, the Lethbridge Eerjians Raiders defeated the visiting Vulcan Warriors 19-7. Han-ie Pocza paced bridge with a iour-soa: per- formance while Scott McLen- nan chipped in a pair. Singles came off tr.e slicks tf Ross MaLheson. Ke-.-L-i Hunt. Dra-T.e Becker scored three for wrJIe Mi-cheU. Ker. Kns Gartens ar.d Gsrth Hartung oanaged sir.gies. LeLhbridge Marisnds coie up v--i-j a .-olid as cowr-ed 9-2 h aa hicittcn John Frczer sparked the Marlands with three goals. Six other players, Allan Gepneris. Toed Takeyasu. Kevin Hamil- ton. Bob Neai ar.d Brian com'Ieted the scorir.s with sillies. Lethbricge Beavers travelled to Great Fills c'.-er tr.e seek- and Cume away with two narrow i-ictories over their hosts r.ieh: the Beav- ers won 4-3 ar.d then followed a 4-2 win Surdav. la the r.vo Ralph Quir.t sccred five times Aaron Harrison. Roy Dubirski arxl Tom Xar.- markers. Mike C-raig. Brent Hamilton. B'Xiie. Mike CoL-a ard Bob Severtson sored a goal ejch ar.-i iec the Red ro a 5-0 sh-jiou: Voya- b. Bsr.tam A'' p i a right. Leafs ri the National Hockey League before jiunpinj to the Oilers this season, jumped from in WHA scoring race to 12th sr-tt with his, thr-ci goals and seven assists. It surpassed Lhe fledgling league's previous siide-gtirre mark set esrly in January when Dar-iv I .awson picked up seven Li other games, the Brazers j eked out a win over t National whc-n Bryan Camrjfceli: scored at 5i45 of overtime. Alter. White's second- goal broke tin a '1-2 tie and lifted Los .Angeles Sharks, to a 5-2 wLn over Houston Aeros, Cnicago Cougars downed ar.d Xev England Whalers trizmted Cleveland Crusaders 1. The win sent the Whalers j baci a tie with Cleveland in the Eastern Divi- sion. Xew York and Alberta are matched up in Edmonton again Thursday night while Minnesota i visits Quebec Les Nordiques. New England is in Houston and Ottawa at Cleveland. Harrison, a native of Bonny- vilie. Alta., had his best season i in the XHL last season with To-! ronto when he scored 19 goals and 38 points. He was used primarily on the Leafs' line. in the shadows of toth Dave Keen negotiations Toron'D ntar.- asement reached staierr.ale during the off-seaS'tr.. he was only tco willing to listen to the lucrative oiler iron; the Oilers. Buyrite Men's Wear January Sola ALL ENGLISH WORSTED WOOL SUITS Reg. tall, ihart to 50 Reg. 89.50 49 ALL WINTER JACKETS PRICE 318 5th St. S. ALL ENGLISH WORSTED WOOL SUITS Tall, reg.. Reg. 99.50 59 .50 Combinations Medium weight, long Short 2.95 VAN HEUSEN SPORT SHIRTS Reg. to 10.00 3 ,85 MEN'S DRESS HATS PRICE KNIT end COTTON SHIRTS By Hemingway Reg. to 7.95 3 ,95 BALANCE OF SWEATERS CARDIGANS, etc. 2 .95 4.95 Open Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m. Phone 327-4210 ALTERATIONS EXTRA, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES Inside Hockey Despite attempts to pour water on the controversy, Lhe fires of hate rr2J burn fiercely between the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers; and. more specifically, be- tween Hub center Phil Esposito and Gotham defecsenian Brad Part. Under heavy pressure from his coach Emile Francis and several teanin.iaie5. lately Park has attempted to muffle sorr.e of his more explosive anti-Bruins charges originally mace in his controversial bcok "Play the Brad's assertions ilui E5DOiito was arid that Bobby Orr is rot quite the eplipme of geatllity. 50 arounsed the B'ruins that Bo-ston marched over New York and on to trie Stanley Cup last spring. At'ter thai cedacle. Brad became sirjgularlv silent. Then, waea Park returr.ed from his Team Canada ex- pedirion Esposito he shouted but lyrical nice- ties about Phil. Was the Park-Espo war over? "Don't be- lieve a of it." says a source close to Park. "Brad's just tryirig to be diplomatic. Deep clown, he still feels the same about If Brad has air.- doubts [hat Phil still loathes him, tbey carj be pot to rest here arxi new. Yes, Espo does. better than Esposito's latest terrible book, Is Mv Life" (that make a hat trici of three bad books by PMl'. I hsve befi told hy a source close to the publisher (Dodd Mead Co.'' that Estosito's ghost-writer had written ia several -icy Park. Obviously, Brad's Dame was freajeatly "Esjr-ostto Irisi5tcd." said the publishing "riral ret'ererre to park be yanked out of the book He didn't want one of Brad m it." Apparently Esposito was afraid that the name of Park apd other might contaminate either P'ml. his ghoA or, perhaps, his precious readers. What Phil s.-10-jld have bee; ec abotri was tie fragile piece of jurk called a book, that was produced. B'jt. back to the bjsiness. In the book, Esposito rcakes a point of p-J-nr.c dovm two players who hsd beeo selected Team Canada but never showed-up for the NHL-spcrsored raps were typical of kicd of cheap-shots EsrosiTo has dealt oat en lite ice. kiwwing that be will be protected on ice by has tough side kicks. Wayne Cashman arxl Ken "I was miffed." says Espcsito in bis book, "by at least cjys who were mw.ed to the team but cldr.'t show. Tr.ere's r_o sense in names. They kr.o-v who tr.ey are. One of thST, complained he an ooeratiOD after the previous season. That was a lot of bull. He didn't have the oreratfon. other said he had just PLI up rr.oney ror a hockey school arxl wanted to look after his in'erest. Well. hell, we all sacrificed to mcke this L' anybody is full of let alone it s Phil Esposito, himself. For starters, j' he was going to indicl colleagues in me book he shou.d have named names iristead, his oolique suggestions merely cas; an unforrunate blanket of mysery over a lot of good NHL men who, for one reason or another, did not p'ay for Team Cicada. For another thing, it is obvious that had rwo Walt Tkaczuk and Ed in nti'vi when he Eter-iionec "the r-ys" didn't shou up. V'-Et Esposno failed to trention was that each had a pretty gxJ reason for his actions. Prior to the Tesra Car.aca expecition -ad to be hospital- iztd for surge-- and liter on that he wouids't. for recsor. at ho informed he was -jvellrible -o play for Team Canada because he was born in Germany. Before that problem was erased. Walt went ahead ".th ;.'.ars for his Summer hockey school which feaiured himself, r.vt seme phony as is the case >o of thr-so hockey schools. I had to advertise ih-t I wouldn't be at the school for ''e-tks." ?a.d Tkacruk. "it would h'vc- been r ijv me p'ay Team Canada. How- ever. I't ti'.e ar.d i had to uve up to the com- r.-.altc-s l.tcrar.' crccorlile tears so to accent is a rev.ew c-f ov.n dunr.-g the formation of Team Wr.eTi the Team Canada proposal was marie pubh'c last s-jtnmer. it was Esposito who that he. himseU. would rot participate. Then. Phil bepn looking like an uc- paLriotic he suticer.iy ch-.Lr.ged his mind. But what realiy u.cks :n r.-.y craw was Esposito's ror- e'.-.ior. BVDSV '.fjr.T.-d t-.r.t r.c r.jil beer, bannr.ed f-'jm the tejr.i. let's rc.T.orr.'i.-r that B-hby Hull is the '.vho marlc Phil a r.g hockey placer on tlw Blii-i: :n Esposito considered Hull a good (nend If Ksposko. and my pal hid been knix'ks-d off Team C.T.rsda tfy fVnmK rea-'or. the used the first I have done would be lo boycott shot bounced off the goalpost past Rogatien Vachon of Los Angeles Kings. Polls, a 22-year-old left vvuiger with Pittsburgh Pen- gums, scored two goals for the West and the game's most- valuable-player award, a new car. He had slept only one hour in 36, he said, standing by for the birth of a son, Jason, his first. ar.d then heading for the all- star game. A record crowd of put on a wild display of support for the East team, except lor a couple of Boston Bruin players, and saw what started out as a battle of goalies end up in a free-scoring game that set one a'l-star record and equalled two others. K was the first all-star game to be played in New York, and the Madison Square Garden crowd that turned out broke the attendance mark of 16.587 for I j the cnn'ost three years ago in St. i-oirls when the East" de- feated the West 4-1. STICK TO SKATING The teams appeared reluctant to engage in heavy body con- j i tact, and for spells they played 1 a game more in keeping with international matches, empha- sizing skating rather than body contact. Vobody was hurt, and that pleased the opposing coaches. Tom Johnson of the East and BiUy Reay of the West. Fine goal.ending by Tony Es- posito of Chicago Black Hawks, in the West nets, and Gilles Vil- lemure of New York Rangers for the East, helped keep the Erst period scoreless despite a pair of minor penalties to the East It was PoUs. a six-foot 200- pourder from Westlock. Alta.. who started the five-goal scor- ing spree in the second pericd after it was less than a minute old, Rene Robert of Buffalo Sa- bres tied the score for the East aid then big Frank Mahovlich o! Montreal Canadiens and Paul j Henderson cf TOTC o Map'e i Leafs raised the East lead to 3- 1. Pit Martin of Chicaso brought the West within one goal of a tie. i Henderson ard Martin scored within ]7 seconds in the final minute of the Deriod. the fastest i two goals in all-star history and i the five-goal splurge equalled 1 the mos; by two teams set in 1962 and equalled in 1955. E1G M IN TL-VE Mahovlich's goal wss his sev- enth in 14 all-star cames and moved him into second place behind Gordie Howe, [he retired Detroit Red Wing star who ?oored 10 in 22 games. Mshovlich now has poin'S i.i all-star competition while Howe finished with 18. Mahovlich. picied by hockey writers for the second team. got an assist on team-mate Jacques Lemaire's goal early in the third period which stretched j the East's lead to 4-2. I Then Pc-lis got his second goal j ,iad Terry Harper of Los Arke- j les evered the count at for the West. Reay, coach o! the Black Hawks, said later he would been satisfied with a tie. But Schmautz ended his hopes at when ha took a pass from Montreal Serre Savard and fired at Vachra. who had let in three Men's playdowns open Thursday TABER (Special) Sixteen rinks, including defend i n g champion Roy of Red Deer, will open play Thursday in the southern Al- berta men's curling champ- ionships. The four-day event is being stased at the Taber Curling Club, the scene of last week's southern Alberta women's finals. Play gets under way Thurs- day afternoon at two with a second draw to follow at seven o'clock. The same for- mat will follow each day as the men will use eight sheets of ice as compared to the four-sheet format of the wo- men's phydown. Sunday afternoon at two svjn the A-B final while a time has been set aside to accommodate a sudden- death final. Four rinks from Calgary art expected to provide the strongest opposition for Tat hot in his bid to retain his titie. Leading the way from the Ccwtown will be Ron North- cctt. former provincial, Ca- nadian and world champion, Lloyd Gary Tronnes ard Don The remaining 11 rinks are Terry Lyon of Pincher Creek, Lyle' Davis of Lethbridge, Grayson Kraemer of Medicine Hat.' Don Seney of Blackie, Jim Peterson of Milo. Pat Shimbashi of the host Taber Club. Ken Ritchie of Can- more. Darryll Bennett of Air- drle. Brian Gier of Kathryn, Van Reed of Delia snd Ken Marr of Youngstown. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUSIOK SCORING LEADERS W L T F G. I? :r. Ti ic H 4" -4 SCORING LEADERS 64 D I- H i: it y v; WESTERS NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W P A ;i !-7 v -s i: v''lstern I: '-_! V-s-_ ;V f "j a i? IJ" WBI HOCKEV SCORING LEADERS G A Ph Pin cr' r--.'ry 7 D-es i n it fi Easlern 7 a-.a ;-f r1-'a TI -c.- J '.'5-- C-' r- Ves'eni i' j Saifes-rhEwia Junior r-' :j .t: V-T.-T- '.'J :r 37 ts-t 5 WORLD ASSOCIATION f i W L T F A P's B'" t1- -''-'-ioi STORIES DIFFER The D'jcfc hi: tr.e Schoainz ii veered b. al- though -houghi i: mien: hsve glanced ofi him. "It u-as 'Jw thrill of ray" Schmauu. a native of fca-oor.. "I eo: wood or. it 1 b'j; i: look like k go in. I had pood he 51 LV. bv hi? firs', appesr- i ante ;n an He wss the oniy player picked from Vancouver, bu: Johnson he a Io? o: or-: IsiarxJers ea-'Iier b ihe year. I EAST ALL-STARS I, WEST Al L- I STIRS ;--s VVsjJerr Ess1. ij Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RA PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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