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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, June 11, YES! we art accepting registrations for CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS TO HAWAII no depoilt required ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald Sports Richard was easy winner MONTREAL (CP) Henri Richard, 38. captain of Montreal Canadiens. was named today recipient of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy awarded annually by the Professional Hockey Writers Association Richard has completed his 19th National Hockey League season and easih outdistanced forwards Ed Westfall of York Islanders and Rod Gilbert of New York Rangers in voting for the trophy The Masterton Trophv was instituted in 1968 in honor of Bill Masterton of Minnesota North Stars who died Jan 15 of that year of injuries sustained in a game It is given to "the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies the quali- ties of perseverance sportsmanship and dedication to hockey Richard s 1973-74 statistics were 19 goals and 36 assists for 55 points in 75 regular- season games at centre In his 19 seasons in the NHL Richard has become the league's 14th leading goal scorer and its 10th leading point producer The trophy was won last season by Lowell MacDonald of Pittsburgh Penguins The Masterton also carries a cash award of SI 000 from the PHWA Minor ball In a pair of Norcrest Minor league contests the Buffaloes slipped past the Cougars 22-19 and 15-9 Dick Reedyk fanned 12 batters and scattered three hits as the Cubs slipped past the Pirates 5-3 in Norcrest Little League play Reedyk helped himself out with a home run and two singles against losing pitcher Rod Tomitz Garry Jackson had a double and single for the winners Bruce Lyon Rod Tomita and Gordon Melynek had the three hits for the losers, all singles Rick Gal fired a one hitter and guided the Dodgers to a 7- 0 win over the Cardinals Peter Lavarroto suffered the loss giving up eight hits Chris Sparrow paced the winners with three singles while Gal aided his own cause with a pair Lavarroto managed the only hit off Gal Meanwhile at Lakeside, the Red Sox edged the Orioles 9-8 Andy Bedford bested Wes Lang on the mound. In another contest. Neil Court hurled a two hitter and led the Twins to a 6-5 win over the White Sox Paul King stroked a pair of doubles for the Twins while Neil Court chipped in with a double and a single Kammski poked out two singles in a losing cause Traffic jam First time past the grandstand the horses are all bunched together Bruins, Flyers land seven on all-stars Orr the lone unanimous choice MONTREAL the second straight season, the two divisional champions have gained seven of the 12 berths on the National Hockey League s first and second all- star teams East Division champion Boston Bruins had three players named Monday to the first Bobbv Orr centre Phil Esposito and right winger Ken Hodge Wayne Cashman. left winger on the Esposito-Hodge line, gained his first all-star berth when he was picked for the second team Orr was the only unanimous choice Philadelphia Flyers the West Division champions who defeated the Bruins in the Stanley Cup final, had goaltender Berme Parent on the first team, while defenceman Barry Ashbee and centre Bobby Clarke were on the second squad Defenceman Brad Park of New York Rangers and left winger Rick Martin of Buffalo Sabres round out the first team Goaltender Tony Esposito and defenceman Bill White of Chicago Black Hawks and right winger Mickey Redmond of Detroit complete the second squad. Players received five points for a first-place choice, three for second and one for third The poll was conducted among members of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association in the 16 league cities A unanimous choice brought the selected player 240 points Following is a list of first and second team selections with points received in brackets- FIRST TEAM Philadelphia ear olds and up 7 furlongs For Your File (Tobacco) 15 30 3 80 2 30 Art s Shadow (Jeffries) 2 30 2 20 Flaming Blaze (Boggs) 2 10 Time 1 31 Count Dirk Angry Sea Stovepipe Esp'ii De Speed Teriaki also ran SECOND 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Miss Lisa B (Jeffries) 840 310 2 90 Mr Bewitched (Suitor) 2 80 2 30 Green Port (McNally) 4 20 Time 59 Win N Grin Pilgrim Maid Mr Bountiful also ran DAILY DOUBLE. S47 40 THIRD S300 allowance 3 year olds and up 3 furlongs Expectable (Suitor) 3 20 2 30 2 20 Whistler Be Fast (Clark) 2 60 2 30 Sorrel Hummer (Jensen) 6 10 Time 40 Badgers Flyer Queens Printer also ran Track Scratch Ramblen Leo QUINELLA 50 FOURTH S500 allowance 3 4 and 5 year old maidens 5 furlongs Rainy Dawn (Marshall) 810 340 300 Capasm (Howard) 390 410 Heavenly Mm (Baril) 8 50 Time 1 00 Hi Speed Two Penny Mist New Tradition Cactus Lil also ran FIFTH S600 allowance 2 year old maidens 3 furlongs Gallant Darcy (Bourne) 4 90 3 70 2 20 Tom Court (Clark) 4 50 2 80 Shorty s Spirit (Jensen) 270 Time Unavailable Hey Kelly Danny Luc1 Lloyds Spirit also ran EXACTOR S2550 SIXTH S1 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Tickel Your Fancy (Jeffries) 1230 510 370 Buster Kid (Suitor) 380 2 80 Brilliant Request (Pambrun) 520 Time Woodah Gnnner Swshaway Ice Alley Shuswap also ran SEVENTH S2 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 7 furlongs Joanie Pie (McNally) 970 510 310 Whos Laughing (Boggs) 370 3 00 Quillation (Suitor) 3 90 Time 1 31 Nipawm Croft Lake Bedrock Jet Ruby Petite Belmont Baron also ran EIGHT SI 000 claiming 3 year olds and up 5 furlongs Canels Pride (Bourne) 630 430 4 00 Caltabulous (Jeffries) 5 40 3 80 Tapparatus (Boggs) 3 70 Time 59 Never In Copper Dan Yael Megaidsir also ran QUINELLA: S29 00 ELRICH TIRE SPORT National League East LEAGUE East W St New Los San San ton. league scoring cnampion, was named Hart Trophy winner as the player most valuable to his team He was followed in the voting by goaltender Bernic Parent of Philadelphia this year s co-holder of the Vezma Trophy with Tony Esposito of Chicago Black Hawks Anotrer member of the Bruins left winger John Bucyk. won the Lady Byng Trophy for best combining sportsmanship and a high standard of playing ability Bucyk was followed by forward Lowell MacDonald of Pittsburgh Penguins in the vote The outstanding rookie award, represented by the Calder Memorial Trophy, went to defenceman Denis Potvin of New York Islanders, with centre Tom Lvsiafc of Atlanta Flames second Each winner receives from the league, while the runner-up in each case gets Voting was done on the basis of five points for a first- place choice, three for a second and one for a third Softball The Northstars rallied for six runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the Great West Tires Majesties 15-7 in a City Women s Softball League game Monday night Darcy James picked up the mound decision while Wanda Jacobson suffered the loss In another league match, ihc Rittway Flames scored seven runs in the third frame and hung on lo edge the Labor Club Larks 10-9 Brenda Lazanck was credited with the mound win while N Iwiskuo was handed the loss In another league encounter, the Tnmbleltes waxed ihe Diamond Streakers 17-2 fmdv Vafrr with relief help for Michelle oyle. earned the mound win TODAY'S GAMES New York Seaver (3 5) al Atlanta Capra (5-2) Cincinnati Nelson (3-4) at Montreal Blair (1 1) Philadelphia Ruthevn (2-2) at Houston Dierker (3-3 Pittsburgh Brett (6 4) at San Diego Jones (3-10) St Louis McGlothen (7-3) at Los Angeles Messersmith (6-1) Chicago Frailmg 4-5) at San Francisco D Acquisto (4-5) St Louis 001 001 000 10 2 Los Angeles 000 101 000 2 12 0 Siebert Richer! (11) and S'mmons Rau Marshall 18} Hough (9) (5-2) and Ferguson HRs (4) (17) PHtsburah 012 020 210-S 12 2 San Diego 000 000 045-9 13 1 Hooker Kison (8) Hernandez (8) Giusli (9) Tekulve <9) (1-1) and Sanguillen. Palmer Hardy (5) Tomiin (6) Arhn (8) Romo (9) (3-2) and Kendall HRs (3) Stargell <9) Gaston (3) Wmtield (9) Philadelphia 350 000 17 0 Houston OOP 000 5 5 1 Lonborg (7 5) and Boone Cox (9) Osteen (5-6) York (2) Johnson <7) Sche'man (9) and VI May Cincinnati 000 010 8 1 Montreal 002 000 7 1 Billinatiam (6 4} Hall (8) and <4 6) Taylor