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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 14, 1974 f ive others selected Thursday Bowling scores Ivan, Moore named to Hockey Hall of Fame MONTREAL Seven new members-three in the builder category and four former named Thursday to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Named in the builder category were the late Charles Hay of Toronto, former president of Hockey Canada; Tommy Ivan, current general manager of Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League; and Carl Voss of Lake Park. Fla., the NHL's first referee-in-chief. The former players selected were left winger Dickie Moore of Montreal Canadiens; defenceman Art Coulter, now a Florida resident who performed with the Black Hawks and New York Rangers; the late Thomas Dunderdale of Winnipeg who played centre and rover with professional teams of the pre-1927 era; and the late Billy Burch of Weston. Ont.. who broke into the NHL as a centre in 1923 with Hamilton before moving to New York Americans. Announcement of the seven selections was made by Frank J. Selke, chairman of the Hall's Selection Committee. Formal induction of the seven will be held at a special ceremony in Toronto. Aug. 22. Hay. a retired oil company executive, died last October. one year after completion of the now famous Canada- Soviet Union hockey series he worked so hard to organize. Born at Kingston, Ont., in 1902. he moved to Saskatoon in 1913 and was a member of the University of Saskatchewan team that lost the 1921 Allan Cup to Toronto Granites. His son. Bill, played several years with Chicago. Ivan. 63. was born in Toronto. He entered the Detroit Red Wings organization as a scout before taking over as coach of that club in 1947-48. During his tenure in Detroit his teams won six consecutive NHL championships and produced three Stanley Cup wins in seven years. In 1954-55. Ivan left Detroit to join the Chicago organization as general manager, combining that job with coaching for seasons after the death of Dick Irvin. Under Ivan's guidance the Hawks won their first Stanley Cup in 23 years with their victory in 1960-61 and their first East Division titles in 1967 "and 1970. After moving to the West Division, the Hawks added titles there in 1970-71. 1971-72 and 1972-73. Voss. born Jan. 6, 1907, in Chelsea, Mass.. enjoyed a long career as a player and an official. A member of the Memorial Cup finalist Kingston junior team of 1926. he turned professional with Toronto in 1927 and later played with the Rangers, Detroit, Ottawa, St. Louis. New York Americans, Montreal Maroons and Chicago. He was Rookie of the Year with the Red Wings in 1932- ,'W, the first time this selection was made in the NHL. He was named the NHL's referee-in-chief in 1950 after a stint as president of the United States Hockey League. He retired from his post with the NHL in 1965. Moore. 43, was plagued by injuries throughout his 12 seasons with Montreal Canadiens and single years with Toronto Maple Leafs and St. Louis Blues. But the left winger with the righthand shot not only established himself as a top scorer, but also as one of the hardest "diggers" in the NHL. Moore was a member of two Memorial Cup championship teams before turning professional with Montreal Royals of the Quebec Hockey League in 1951-52. He was elevated to the Canadiens midway through that season. He was named all-star left winger on the NHL first team and the second team in 1960-61. Despite numerous injuries Moore twice led the NHL in scoring, in 1957-58 and 1958-59. His first scoring crown was earned despite the fact he had fractured his left wrist three months before the end of the season, had the wrist placed in. a cast, and never msssed a game. Moore's second scoring title broke the existing record for points in one season, 41 goals and 55 assists for 96. He played on six Stanley Cup championship teams with the Canadiens. In 719 league games he scored 261 goals and had 347 assists for 608 points and scored 46 goals and added 64 assists in 135 playoff games. Winnipeg-born Coulter split his career between Chicago and Rangers. He broke into the NHL with Chicago in 1932 and was traded during the 1935-36 season to New York for Earl Seibert. Coulter succeeded Bill Cook as captain of the Rangers in 1935 and was a major force in that team's last Stanley Cup victory in 1940. He was named to the NHL's second ail-star team four times, and appeared in 458 league games and 49 playoff contests before he retired in 1942 to enter the Canadian Armed Forces. Burch was born in Yonkers, N.Y., Nov. 20, 1900. He began his playing career in Hamilton in 1923. He captained New York Americans for four 1926-1929 before finishing his career with Boston Bruins and Chicago in 1933. A six-foot, centre, Burch played in 390 NHL games and scored 135 goals. During his stay with the Americans, Burch won the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player in 1925 and the Lady Byng Trophy as the most gentlemanly player in 1927. He died in 1950. Australian-born Dunderdale settled in Ottawa in 1904, before moving to Winnipeg nine years later. When the National Hockey Association was formed in 1910, Dunderdale joined Montreal Shamrocks, before moving on to Quebec Bulldogs one year later. He then played four seasons with Victoria of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association, winning the league scoring title in 1913 and 1914. Dunderdale also played three seasons with Portland Rosebuds and during 12 seasons in the PCHA. scored 225 goals in 290 games. He finished his playing career with Saskatoon and Edmonton of the Western Canada Hockey League, and after his retirement, coached and managed in Los Angeles, Edmonton and Winnipeg. He was a resident of Winnipeg when he died in 1960. Pelyk bought, then lent out CAPRI BOWL TUESDAY AFTERNOON SPRING Eloiso Ives 247 Betty Hobbs 255 Pat Piomp 240 Isobel Orsten 265 Jean Passey 260 Mary Nicolson 252 Dot Miyashiro 271 Dcna Smith 328 Mae Popnia 305 Delia Pearson SR. CITIZENS SPRING Stan Fraser 241; Francos Bambnck 257; Harry Long 243; Ed Linn 231; Katie Pirk 272 Hans Ellington 250; Phyllis Patching 236; Arvid Oseen 273 Henry Bechthold 272 Gunnar Holte 271 Max Jasminez 243 WEDNESDAY MORNING SPRING Shiela Schikowsky 306 Laverne Sc'how 268 Lorraine Mickey 245 Eria Arisman 241; Shirley Herllein 277 Bernice Pavan 247 Dianne Malchow 271 Chris EH 259 Valentine Gartke 281; Lorna Wishlow 248. WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPRING Hilda Tinordi 272 Karen Taylor 274 Marg Dyck 253; Barb Jarvie 265 Ed Henderson 250 Sam Girardi 294 John Kovacs 323 Mary Negrey 252; Abe Enns 267 John Rempel 263 HOLIDAY BOWL MONDAY MIXED Roy Cunningham 310 Roy Kamitomo 297. Jack Smeed 348 Tino luvale 316 Darrell Lagler 305 Hugh Christie 318 Jeanetle Smeed 316 Bea Salmon 268. Linda Malcomson 284 Wilma Valer 261 Edith Voth 268 WED. AFT. LADIES Sandra Hunt 309 Isabel Bergman 313 Melody Bobinec 259 Grace Vandyck 277. Eloise Ives 254. Dorothy Sorensen 256 Stephanie Wolstoncrolt 274. Pat Plomp 298 Joy Stienke 249. Barb Jarvie 245. WED. NITE LADIES Marlene Bosch 342 Terry Gray 270. Debbie Firth 260. Marg Mervyn 266. Flora Donato 262 Marg Michalenko 317 Shirley Alexander 242 Karlyn Spitzer 246 Juanita Lingard 239. SENIOR CITIZENS Ftose Nunweiler 304 Jack NunweiJer 277 Harry Chapman 254 Norah Hofforth 221, Ruby Oseen 286 Dave Petrie 259 Harry Long 244. Henry Bechthold 218. Jim Arthur 219. Tom Archbold 218. TORONTO (CP) Mike Pelyk, a 26-year-old defen- ceman who excelled last season at killing penalties for Toronto Maple Leafs, signed Thursday with Cincinnati Stingers of the World Hockey Association a contract that might bring him more than million in the next six years. The signing was announced jointly here and in Cincinnati, a franchise that won't begin operating until the 1975-76 season. In the meantime. Pelyk will be on loan to the WHA's Van- couver Blazers. Financial terms of the con- tract were not disclosed, al- though his agent, lawyer Alan Eagleson. said that bonuses might bring the seven-year National Hockey League veteran about million. A no-trade no-cut clause during the first four years was included in the contract and apparently played a significant role in spurring Pelyk's move to the WHA. CORRECTION In our ad which appeared on page 16 of Wednesday. 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