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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Three more golds for Canadian team Cook breaks world swimming mark Not all games finished according to the script By GLENN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer Almost everything went as expected in the National Hockey League Wednesday night.' New York Rangers downed Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2 and St. Louis Blues defeated Calfornia 6-4, the Golden Seals' 26th loss in 27 games on the road. Hie only suprise came when Vancouver Canucks thrashed the Red Wings in Detroit. The Canucks can add the win to their nine losses and one tie in Detroit since joining the league in 1970. Vancouver, last in the East Division, had a 2-0 first-period lead and put four goals past starting goalie Bill McKenzie in the second. Jim Rutheford, acquired from Pittsburgh in a trade this month, replaced McKenzie in the final 20 minutes and allowed one Schmautz's second of the game and 26th of the season. Don Tannahill, John Gould, Gerry O'Flaherty, Andre Boudrias and Dave Dunn got the other Vancouver goals. Nick Libett, Guy Charron and Red Berenson replied for the Red Wings. The Penguins played without defenceman Dave Burrows who suffered a partial shoulder separation and torn muscles in his left arm playing for the West team in the league's all-star clash Tuesday night. Still, Pittsburgh, seventh in the NHL West, stayed even with New York, third in the East, until 9-44 of the third period when Brad Park drilled a 35-foot shot past Penguin's goalie Andy Brown during a New York power play Ted Irvine and Rod Selling had put the Rangers ahead 2-0 in the second period before Weekend Windfall Fri. to Mon. Weekend savings plan: save yours, rent ours! 009 95 GAS) Unlimited Mileage! Chevy Big cars or small your choice while they last at this rate. Drive as far as you want No additional mileage charge. Pay only for the gas you use Budget Rent abar GET AWAY ON A WEEKEND WITH A "GET-AWAY BATE" CALL 328-6555 Jean Pronovost and Lowell MacDonald tied the game. Jean Ratelle got an insurance goal for New York a little more than minutes left in the third period. The opposition wore the lemon-colored uniforms but the Vancouver Blazers came up with the sour performance Wednesday night, as Chicago Cougars increased their World Hockey Association playoff chances by doubling the score on the Blazers, 4-2. In the night's only other game, Houston Aeros battled Cleveland fans as well as the Crusaders as they were bombed 5-1. The Blazers took penalties when they shouldn't have as they went down to their fourth straight defeat, before a crowd in the Vancouver Coliseum. ST. LOUIS 6, CALIFORNIA 4 Flnl period 1 St Louis, Wright 4 (Harbaruk, B Plager) 2 56 Penalties Thomson double minor, Mon 7 14, Plante 757, M Johnston 827. Gilbertson, Merrick 1411, Cummins 16 16 Second period 2 California. Croteau 9, 1 18, 3 California, Patrick 9 (Boldlrev. J Johnston) 13 42. 4 St Louis Linger 22 (Evans. Watson) 1856 Penalties Plante S32. Laframboise 10 46, B Plager 13 08 Third period 5 St Louis. Plante 16 (Polls. Awrey) 2 05, 6 St Louis linger 23 (Polls) 5 09, 7 California, McKechnie 18 (Murray) 6 50, 8 St Louis Merrick 13 (Sather, Williams) 714, 9 St Louis, linger 24 (Har- baruk, Thomson) 11 37, 10 Califor- nia. Patrick 10 (Bolirev) 19 30 Penalties M 0 44, Williams 19 50 on goal by St Louta 6 S S-22 21 14 14-48 Attendance NY RANGERS 4, PITTSBURGH 2 First period No scoring Penalties Park 431, Durbano 11 41, Stemkowski 1443 1 NY Rangers, Irvine 19 2 NY Rangers, Selling 2 (Tkaczuk Fairbairn) 4 31 3 Pittsburgh, Pronovost 20 (Durbano Stackhouse) 1146, 4 Pittsburgh, The Cougars got goals from Bob Liddington, Rod Sain, Reg Fleming and Ralph Backstrom, who scored into an empty net with 10 seconds left in the game. Mike Chernoff and Bryan Campbell got the Vancouver goals. The Cougars lost forward Bobby Whitlock just 49 seconds into the second period. He took a tripping penalty and a misconduct, then shoved referee Bob Kolari and was handed a match misconduct. In Cleveland, Houston coach Bill Dineen and winger Gordie Howe charged into the stands late in the second period, chasing a fan who had shouted an insult. One witness said the remark included a reference to "bush leaguers." MacDonald 24 (Apps, Stackhouse) 1608 Penalties Park 840, Stemkowski 1501, Gilbert 1700 Third period 5 NY Rangers, Park 16 (Fairbairn, Tkaczuk) 9 44, 6 NY Rangers Ratelle 19 (Hadfield, Gilbert) 17 40 Penalties Stackhouse 851, Hadfield 1452 on goal by PltWMirgh 11 14 New York s Attendance 9 928 VANCOUVER 7, DETROIT 3 period 1 Vancouver, Tannahill 1 (0 Flaherty, Kurtenback) 151, 2 Vancouver Schmautz 25 (Guevremont, Bordeleau) 19 51 Penalties Lynch 5 10, Bordeleau 9 03 Wilkms 15 55. Dionne 1912 Second period 3 Vancouver, Gould 6 (Ververgaert, Guevremont) 1 27 4 Vancouver, O'Flaherty 9 (Kurtenback. Tannahill) 1 41, 5 Detroit Libett 20 (Hughes, Berenson) 3 42, 6 Vancouver Boudrias 8 (O Flaherty) 7 00, 7 Vancouver. Dunn 6 (Boudrias Dailey) 7 49 Penalty Boddy 19 00 ThM period 8 Detroit Charron 18 (Dionne Roberts) 5 29, 9 Detroit Berenson 16 (Hughes) 5 48, 10 Vancouver Schmautz 26 (Boudrias Dailey) 1732 Penalties Dailey 1441 Schmautz 1825 Shots on goal by Vancouver 13 Detroit 11 5 Attendance By GORDON GRANT General Sports Editor CHRISTCHURCH, N Z. (CP) Backstroker Wendy Cook of Vancouver, who had been flirting with world records all week, finally broke one at the Commonwealth Games today. Swimming the opening leg of the 400-metre medley relay, the 17-year-old high school student covered the 100 metres in one minute 4.78 seconds to wipe out the mark of set by Ulrike Richter of East Germany last October in the world cham- pionships at Belgrade. Miss Cook's feat spurred the Canadians to victory in the re- lay, giving her a second gold medal to go with the one she earned individually over the same distance Wednesday. It was the 20th Canadian gold medal of the Games, equalling the previous high achieved by Canada in the inaugural Games of 1930. The other two Canadian gold medallists of the day were old hands at the game. Bev Boys of Pickering, Ont., retained the women's tower diving championship she won at Edinburgh four years ago and Russ Prior of Hamilton was a repeat winner in weightlifting. Another defending champion lost his title when Punch Gunalan of Malaysia, a beaten quarter-finalist four years ago, decisively defeated Jamie Paulson of Toronto in the final of the badminton men's singles In the men's 100 butterfly Neil Rogers of Australia came from behind to nip Byron MacDonald of Mississauga, Ont., and Bruce Robertson of Vancouver in 56.58 for another Games record. The two Canadians touched almost simultaneously, MacDonald in 56.83 and Robertson in 56.85. But there was no overtaking the Canadians in the relay as Marian Stuart of Dorval, Que, Miss Stenhouse and Gail Amundrud had no trouble maintaining the generous lead Miss Cook's world-record performance had given them. Wendy had come close to the world mark in her heat of the 100 backstroke but had registered a slower time in the final. Earlier today, she was close to another world record in qualifying for the final of the 200 backstroke. NIGERIAN GIRL WINS Modupe Oshikoya won Nigeria's first gold medal of the Games in the women's long jump by clearing 21 feet 2V4 inches. Brenda Eisler of Burnaby, B.C., barely took the silver when she and Ruth Martin-Jones of Wales had equal jumps of 20-11V4, but did better than the Welsh girl on her second-best jump. Miss Oshikoya also finished third behind Judy Vernon of England in the 100-metre hurdles and helped a Nigerian Gilmore fooled critics, voted game's top star By THE CANADIAN PRESS Artis Gilmore of Kentucky Colonels answered some of his critics Wednesday night, spar- king the East to a 128-112 win over the West in the American Basketball Association all- star game at Norfolk, Va The seven-foot, two-inch centre, often accused of not playing up to his potential, was named the game's most valuable player The 24-year-old Gilmore scored 18 points, led the East with 13 rebounds and topped both teams in blocked shots with four Babe McCarthy, the East coach and Gilmore's coach during the regular season, pointed to the centre as the difference in the game "He made them chance a lot of things around in the first said McCarthy "It was one of the most inspired games I have ever seen him plan and one of the most intimidating West coach Joe Mullaney of Utah Stars thought the MVP award should have gone to Sven Nater, the six-foot, 11- inch centre for San Antonio Spurs Nater, understudy to two- time ail-American Bill Walton at UCLA, scored 29 points and grabbed an all-star record 22 rebounds Dan Issel of Kentucky added 21 points and Larry Kenan of New York Nets 18 for the East In Wednesday's NBA games, Boston Celtics beat Cleveland Cavaliers 120-108, Detroit Pistons topped Bvffato Braves 111-M, New York Knicfcs whipped Kansas City-Omaha Kings IM-tt, CMttflO Mis defeated Capi- tal Bullets 103-94 and Golden State Warriors dropped Atlanta Hawks 129-122 Celtics 120 Cavaliers 108 Jo Jo White scored 27 points and Paul Westphal scored 15 and made eight key assists for the Celtics Pistons 111 Braves 96 Bob Lamer pumped in 36 points for the Pistons to win a duel with Buffalo's Bob McAdoo, the league's top scorer, who had 30 Knicks 108 Kings 88 Dave DeBusschere scored 19 points to lead a balanced New York attack that out- scored the Kings 34-15 during a third-period splurge Bulls 103 Bullets 94 Reserve forward Howard Porter tossed in 10 points during the final five minutes to help the Bulls preserve their fifth win in a row Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL VASA LODQC Arvid Oseen 258, Nick Blanch! 292, Nellie Berry 251, Slim Berry 250, Flo Seager 221 Lil Hegland 230 Hilda Bianchi 221 Will Ness 268 PEPSI Rob Brown 2S4 Charlie Stokes 22? Joan Christie 249 Art Fukanaga 291 Karl Campa 230 Ed Carpenter 254, Elaine Carpenter 206 Elsie Hurst 200 ALMNTA AOfttCULTURt Alex Szentes 239 Alice Clark 243, Paula Zlelke 251 Rod Chernos 253, Sherry Clark 233, George Siegl 262, Maria 212 Stu Alexander 211 AUTOMATIC iiEcrmc Darrell Stock 250, Dick Wells 235. Flora Donate 257 Phil 314 Larry Barton 334, NMMt 2M. Donna BagoMl 229 Ben Menu 328 BernM 296 Ken Kurtz Sob SpitMr Ken King 336 Ken MMcomaon 323 Mike Zmurchyk Steve Mezei 315. John Rcmptf 317 (860) Skate Exchange Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized CCM Paul Henderson Pro Adjustable Hockey Hel- mets. CSA and CAC ap- proved. All colors. 1395 still have a HOCKEY STICKS CANADIAN CHRISTIAN CCM WESTAft LIFTS, CUNVID AND UNCUftVtD BERT ft MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 1 J2T-J221 CLOStD MONDAY Serving Souttt AitMrta tor ovw 30 team qualify for the final of the 400-metre relay. Ian Thompson, a 24-year-old Englishman who ran his first marathon three months ago, won the race in the second- fastest time on record while teammate Ron Hill, the defending champion, staggered home in 18th place. Thompson, who was talked into entering the English national trials because his club was short a man for the team competition, covered the tt-mile. StS-yard course in two hours nine minutes 12.8 seconds and was fresh enough to wave to the crowd as he sprinted to the finish line. Two Toronto runners finished well back, Brian Armstrong in llth place and Jerome Drayton 17th Canada at Games Singles Nell Salkeld, Caledonia, Ont won 13th-round game, finithed 12th Pairs Macaulay, Lachine, Que and Edward Franklin. Chateauquay Que, lost 13th-round game finished 14th Fours Ronald Jones and George Robbing London Ont, and Graham Jams Vancouver, and John Miller. Belleville. Ont. lost 13th-round game, finished 13th Mens metres Ken Elmer, Burnaby fifth In heat, eliminated Men s Ain Roost, Minneapolis, fourth in final Trapshooting John Primrose, Edmonton, tied for first after first stage. Ed Wladichuk. Hamilton. 10th Men s tower Scott Cranham, Grand Rapids. Mich, won bronze medal. Rick Friesen. Burnaby. B C fourth. Glen Grout, Vancouver, fifth Track MiniM Women's 100-metre hurdles Elizabeth Damman, Kitchener, Ont, eighth in final Women s metres Glenda Reiser, Ottawa, won heat, qualified for final, Thelma Wright. Vancouver, third in heat, qualified, Anne-Marie Davis. Winnipeg, fifth In heat, eliminated Women s long jump Brenda Eisler Burnaby won silver medal Women s 200-metre backstroke Wendy Cook, Vancouver won heat, qualified for final. Donna-Marie Gurr. Vancouver second in heat, qualified Women s 400-metre individual medley Leslie Chff. Vancouver, won heat qualified for final, Becky Smith, Edmonton, third in heat, qualified, Brenda Holmes. Edmonton, third In heat Men's 100-metre breaststroke Bill Mahony New Westminster, B C second in heat, qualified for final, Peter Hrdlitschka. Vancouver, third in heat qualified, Gary MacDonald. Mission B C fifth in heat, eliminated Mens backstroke Steve Picked. Vancouver, won heat, qualified for final. Ian MacKenzie, Vancouver, second in heat, qual- ified Steve Hardy, Vancouver, fifth m heat eliminated Maddox, Aaron shake hands ATLANTA (AP) Lt.-Gov. Lester Maddox, an avowed segregationist, shook hands Wednesday with black baseball star Hank Aaron of Atlanta Braves and then told Georgia lawmakers Aaron's portrait should hang in the Capitol building portrait gallery. Maddox has protested the hanging of a portrait of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "There are some of them I wouldn't want the lieu- tenant governor said. "But I'd like to ask the governor to give immediate consideration to hanging a portrait of Hank Aaron in the Capitol." Aaron, who received standing ovations in both the House and the Senate, told lawmakers he would like to hit his 714th home run in the Atlanta Stadium, "where all my friends can see it." Aaron currently has 713 homers, one shy of Babe Ruth's all-time home run mark. Junior gals champs Debbie Cutforth and her rink will take part In the Southern Alberta High School girls' curling play- downs In Drumheller Feb. 8-10. Miss Cutforth bested Darlene Terry to advance. The winners 'are, front, left to right, skip Cutforth and third Debby Funk. Back, left to right, second Marilyn Funk and lead Sue Miller. ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT and don't say, we didn't warn you Woot pftfeM m up! bup! 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