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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fc2 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - Friday, March 2, 1973 Raymond, Magrath still alive Cougars to meet Rams in TV section final The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams and Catholic Central Cougars came up with superb performances and earned victories in the first round of the southwest zone' "A" boys' basketball playoff series Thursday night. A small crowd, who gathered at the University of Lethbridge, watched the Rams defeat the Magrath Zeniths 52-42 and then saw the Cougars tounce the Raymond Comets 65-37. All four clubs, who are fight- Ali his silverimre BILL GROENEN photos Carmen Rinke if the lethbridge Boxing Club is good with his hands. His trophy collection speaks for itself. The latest addition to Rinke's collection was the Montana Golden Gloves trophy for middleweight. Rinke won all three of his fights in the Montana championships and now travels to Salt Lake City for further action. Rinke may see action Saturday night at the lethbridge Correctional Institute at seven when a 12-card bout is staged. Vachon blanks Flyers 2-0 Blues want to stay in fourth By THE CANADIAN PRESS The late-season scramble for National Hockey League playoff berths can be counted on to produce some unusual results- such as St. Louis Blues winning in Boston. The Blues hadn't beaten the Bruins on Boston ice since Nov. t>, 1970, but Tuesday night they Were under pressure to Strengthen their hold on fourth spot in the West Division and did it with a 4-3 win over the defending Stanley Cup champions. Your money gets you more at . . . KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. '3rd Avenue and 11th Street South LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9271 Mere care for yeur money! [ ] Professional Lease Manager. [ ] Our own service department. [ ] Nation wide courtesy service, tool Coll and we'll come to you with the best lease deal In townl Every type lease on any make and model carl That gave the Blues a three-point edge over the idle fifth-place Pittsburgh Penguins and also pulled them to within two points of third-place Minnesota in the tight Western race. Los Angeles Kings stayed in contention by shutting out Philadelphia Flyers 2-0. The win gave the Kings a season total of 59 points, just five behind St. Louis and tied with Atlanta Flames who skated to a 4-4 draw with Buffalo Sabres in the night's only other game. Phil Esposito scored his 41st and 42nd goals for the Bruins arid Bobby Orr got his 19th but Blues goalie Wayne Stephenson shut out the rest of the Boston club. Bob Plager and Garry Unger scored within 24 seconds of each other early in the third period to give St.. Louis a 4-2 lead and Esposito's second goal was all that got by Stephenson after that. The Blues' late stand was aided by a penalty to Boston's Ken Hodge whose stick was found to exceed the maximum blade measurement. Goalie Ed Johnston, who shut out the Blues In their two previous visits to Boston this season, suffered the loss. Rogatien Vachon posted his third shutout of the season in stopping the Flyers at Philadelphia, while Frank St. Marseille and Bob Berry accounted for the Los Angeles scoring against Flyers netminder Doug Favell. The Flyers picked up 36 minutes in penalties to break the CANADA'S ORIGINAL CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE '22.222.221 IN PRIZES Win $11,111.11, $3,333.33, $2,222.22 or $1,111.11 Plus 28 other $111.11 winners Plus $666.71 Early Bird Winners Plus $666.66 Mini Draw Winners Draw at Ponoka Stampede July 2, 1973. MAIL NOWI TICKETS $2.00 league record for total penalty minutes in a season with 1,391. The previous mark of 1.371 was set by Vancouver Canucks in the 1970-71 season. Buffalo had to come from behind a 3-1 Flames lead at Atlanta to gain the tie and almost won the contest but for the work of Atlanta goalie Dan Bouchard who stopped Gil Per-reault on a spectacular last-minute rush. Larry Mickey's goal at 6.41 of ST. LOUIS 4 BOSTON S First Period - l. St. Louis. Egers 22 (Huck, Murphy) 1:3�; 2. Boslon, Orr 19 (Sheppardi 3:27; 3. St. Louis, Thomson 12 (Roberto) 5:49. Penalties -Cashmsn 5:33, O'Reilly 7:24, Barclay Playger 18:54. Second Period - 4. Boslon, Esposito 41 (Stanfleld, Bucykl 17:35. Penalties -Vadnals 1:59, Roberts, Durbano ma-|ors 12:02, Bob Plager 17:24. Third Period - 5. St. Louis, Barclay Plager 9 (Thomson, Unger) 0:49; 6. St. Louis, Unger 32 'Thomson) 1:13; 7. Boston, Esposito 42 (Hodge, Stantleld) i:7A. Penalties - Egers 4:01, Huck 8:07. Shots on goal by St. Louis .......... 12 * 7-25 Boston ............. I * II- 21 ATLANTA 4 BUFFALO 4 First Period - 1. Atlanta, Comeau 19 (Menery) 5:35; 1. Atlanta, Roman-chych 16 (Lelter) 10:39. Penalties-Paradise �:50, Harris 9:07. Second Period - 3. Atlanta, Letter 24 (Romanehych, Plager) 2:05; 4. Buffalo, Luce 15 (Mickey) 3:48; 5. Atlanta, Bennett 13 (Richard, Paradise) 8:39; 6. Buffalo, Lorentz 24 (Gratton, Perreault) 10:18. Penalties - MacMII-lan 9:33, Robltallle 12:15, Paradise, Mickey 19:59. Third Period - 7. Buffalo, Martin 33, 4:56; 8. Buffalo, Mickey 11 (Ram-say, Pratt) 6:41. Penalties - Pratt 2:41, Comeau 12:01, Luce, Paradise 17:42. Shots on goal by Buffalo ........... 7 * 11-27 Atlanta .... ......... 12 10 S-25 LOS ANGELES 2 PHILADELPHIA 0 First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Selesskl 4:11, Lesuk 8:12, Oorn-hoefer minor, misconduct 11:44, Ve-nasky 18:40. Second Period - 1. Los Angeles, St. Marseille 12 (Howell) 17:18. Penalties - Saleskl 5:27, Wldlng 5:35, Kelly 8:38, Berry 14:21. Third Perlod-2. LA, Berry 32, 19:31. Penalties - Kelly 6:32, Dupont 8:03, Clarke 10:38, Barber misconduct 10:58. Flett 18:24, Dornhoefer misconduct 19:31. Shots on goal by Los Angeles........ 9 il 15-35 Philadelphia 7 11 11-29 Mine the third period tied the score, less than two minutes after Rick Martin scored his 33rd season goal for the Sabres. No games were scheduled for tonight. League action resumes with seven games Saturday. In the meantime, two players will be fitted with new uniforms. Gary Doak goes back to wearing a Boston jersey after he was traded from Detroit Thursday for Bruins forward Garnet. Bailey. rs win serie* opener Miners' Library came up with a strong checking game and posted a 4-1 victory over the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in the City Recreation Hockey League championship final series opener Thursday night. The decision pushed the Miners' to a one-game lead in the best-of-five championship series. The second game of the ser-iest is set to go Monday night at 8 p.m. at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Meanwhile in last night's contest, the Miners' trailed 1-0 after the first period of play but came back with two unanswered goals in both the second and third periods to earn the verdict. Larry Boulton, Richard Choi lack, Brian Murkin and Tex Wiebe handled the scoring for the Miners' while Wally Tunow replied for the Pronghorns. The two clubs split six minor penalties called in the cleanly played game. kodiaks to host Alberta finals Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks have dominated the men's action in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Association Basketball League this season. The locals romped through the eight - team league without a loss. They racked up 14 straight wins and were never in any real trouble in any of them. Early in the year the Kodiaks set the pattern of play and followed it almost to a tee. They were in a class by themselves. In the latter stages of the 1972-73 season Kodiaks' opposition began to give the locals a rough time. The locals found themselves in the position of having to play catch up basketball. But the troubles always had gone by the wayside before half time and in the second half the Kodiaks put the games away. Tonight and Saturday evening Tom Karren and his Kodiaks will be looking to add two more wins to their totals in an effort to win the ACAC championship and advance to Vancouver next weekend. Kodiaks, along with Red Deer, Camrose and Mount Royal College, open a twoday, single knockout tourney at the LCC tonight. Camrose Lutheran College, second place finishers in the league, will meet Mount Royal at seven while at nine the Kodiaks take on Red Deer. Saturday evening at seven the two losers of tonight's games meet in the consolation final while the winners meet for the primary crown at nine. Kodiaks have to be favorites. They have beaten each club in the tourney twice. As well, the Kodiaks are defending league champions as well as 4-West champs. Karren's club is healthy. They are at their peak and they are hungry for a trip to the coast followed by, they hope, a trip to the Canadian championships March 16 and 17. ing for two provincial playoff openings in the three - day double - knockout event, will see action again tonight. The Zeniths and Comets will dress for a 6:30 p.m. tilt while the Rams and Cougars hit the floor right after at 8 pm. The winners of the Rams-Cougar encounter will earn a spot in the provincial finals while the losers will face the winners of the Comets-Zeniths match Saturday night for the remaining berth. All games will be staged at the U of L gymnasium. In last night's action, the LCI Rams officially opened the playoff tourney by dropping the Zeniths in a hard-fought duel. The Rams grabbed a 13-8 lead after the first eight minutes of play and took a 22-18 margin by halftime. The third quarter broke the Zeniths' back as the Rams extended their lead to 39-27 by out-scoring the Magrath squad 17-9. Joey Shackleford paced the Rams' attack with 18 points while Kelly Strong added another 16. John Balderson notched 12 points and Tim Rollingson 10 in a losing cause. The CCHS ' Cougars have seemed to have regained some of their zip from last year as they bounced the Comets in the final game of the evening. The Comets, who had defeated the Cougars earlier in the season, just couldn't click against the Lethbridge representatives. After the first quarter of action, the Cougars led 13-8 and after two quarters they held an insurmountable 37-20 margin. The Cougars salted away the victory in the third stanza as they managed to whip up a big 50-28 lead. Randy Royer was outstanding for the Cougars with 27 points while Peter Sikora came up with a 17-point outing. Tom Myndio paced the Comets netting 12 points while Jeff Hill chipped in with 10. Meanwhile in Southern Alberta "B" boys' playoff action, the LCI Colts advanced to the championship final by edging the Magrath Eagles 34-30. Scott Tanner hooped 12 points in the win while Tom Kaynes sunk 10 in a losing effort. The Colts will now wait for the winners of the Raymond Mustangs - Cards ton Wildcats match for the championship final set to go Saturday night. The Mustangs and Wildcats will meet tonight at 5 p.m. at the U of L for the semi-final playoff. The southwest zone "B" girls' provincial playoff series also got under way last night in Picture Butte. In the only schedule game, the CCHS Kittens edged the Claresholm Chinooks 26-24. Liz Kaplan led the Kittens with 15 points while Mavis Pierce replied for the Chinooks with 11. The Kittens will now advance to the second round meeting the Fort Macleod Meteors at 4 p.m. today. In other games, Goaldale faces Picture Butte at 5:30 p.m., Winston Churchill Griffins tangle with Pincher. Creek at 7 p.m. and Vauxhall faces Tibet at 8 p.m. ANDY CAPP RAMS 52 ZENITHS 42 Rami - Hall, Olson 7, Klovansky, Wilde 1, Stevens, Stretton, Strong 15, Shackleford 18, Andrews 8, Day 4, She-manchyk 3. Total - 52. Zeniths - Harker 3, Ponomar 2, Karren 6, Alston, Wilde 7, Letshman, Balderson 12, Brewerton, Rollingson 10, Ande.son 2. Total - 42. COUGARS tt COMETS 37 Cougars - Devclc 1, Mackley, Peake, Sikora 17, Beaudln 8, Wolfe, Federkell 2, Mell, Kenwood 6, Royer 27, Dudas 4, Feher. Total - 65. Comets - Zobell 8, Galbraith, Myndio 12, Hill 10, Ralph 3, Olsen, Turner 2, Anderson 2. Total - 37. COLTS 14 EAGLES 30 Colts - Baldry 3, Gerlock, Rosvotd, Robinson, Snider, Sinclair, Tanner 12, Blackmer 8, Baker, Davles 4, Hudson 7, Hunt. Total - 34. Eagles - Tanner, Harker 2, Rolling-son, Mehew 4, Parkins, Blbo, Harker 6, Dahl, Clifton, Holladay 6, Hiynes 10, Wilde 2, Henry. Total - 30. 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HOCKEY SCORES National St. Louis 4 Boston 3 Buffalo 4 Atlanta 4 Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia  World Los Angeles 4 Minnesota 1 Ottawa 2 New York 1 Eastern Johnstown 3 New Jersey 1 Syracuse 9 Clinton 4 Greensboro 5 Roanoke 1 Western Canada Flln Flon 9 Swift Currant 4 Reglna 9 Brandon 2 Calgary 5 New Westminster 1 Manitoba Junior West Kildonan 8 St. James 1 Winnipeg 12 Dauphin 2 St. Boniface 7 Kenora 4 Saskatchewan Junior Estevan 5 Reglna Pats 2 Estevan leads best-of-seven quarterfinal 1-0 Moose Jaw 5 Weyburn 3 Moose Jaw leads best-of-seven qusr-ter-flnal 1-0 Alberta Junior Calgary 19 Lethbridge 0 Mauch not predicting anything You can forget the numbers TO: CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE BOX 988, PONOKA, ALBERTA Pleas* Send me ........ tickets en the 1973 PONOKA CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE Enclosed is $........ ($2.00 par ticket) Special offer 6 for $10.00, 12 for $20.00 Address .............................. ..... Name City . Prov. am) ATTENTION TICKET SELLERS: Please send me .......... books of 12 Sweepstake Tickets for resale. (No deposit required on resale books). -J DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. CAP) - Manager Gene Mauch has made p ritual of spicing Montreal training camps by coining number slogans as victory targets for his Expos. It won't happen this year. "Forget the numbers this time," said Mauch as he assembled his ball club. "I know where our biggest weaknesses were and I'm going to fix them." What troubled Mauch most was the Expos' defence-or rather the lack of it la;t year. And Montreal mover.', to eliminate at least part of that problem with the winter acquisition of Jorge Roque, who will probably inherit the centre field post because of his glove. Roque can run and he'll have to because he'll probably be flanked by Ken Singleton in left field and Ron Fairly in right. SHOEMAKERS TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEN New Slip-on In Mahogany Goat 4 other Slip-ons to choose from. Burgundy Calf Dark Brown Glove 1 Dork Brown Grain ' White Calf ONLY AT CAMM'S SHOES 403 . 5th Street S. Neither is a speedster, but both can swing the bat. Roque came to the Expos from St. Louis in exchange for catcher Tim McCarver. The departure of McCarver means Barry Foote, the club's No. 1 rookie prospect, has an excellent chance of making the club. Foote, 21, was the Eastern League's all-star catcher last summer. The catching spot now belongs to Terry Humphrey and John Boccabella and neither has the kind of lively bat of Foote. The infield has veteran slugger Bob Bailey, hoping to bounce back from a bad 1972, at third base, Tim Foli at short, Ron Hunt at second and Mike Jorgensen at first. Mauch still expects big tilings from Foil, Singleton and Jorgensen, all acquired in the 1972 trade with (he Mets for Rusty Staub. The pitching staff has three solid starters in Balor Moore, 9-9, Mike Torrez, 16-12, and Bill Stoneman, 12-14 including his second career no-Mter. And the Expos own one of baseball's best relievers in Mike Marshall, who won 14 games and saved 18 others last season. Mauch is high on his staff, especially Moore, the young lefty who had 161 strikeouts in 148 innings pitched last season. Ernie McAnally, 6-15, owns the No. 4 starting job with Steve Renko, a disappointing 1-10 last year, and Pat jarvis, obtained from Atlanta for Carl Morton earlier this week, sharing the fifth slot. The bullpen behind Marshall is a bit thin with Tom Walker and John Strohmayer back from last year. Dale Murray, up from the Eastern League, could have a shot. Mauch's concern about field-big is understandable. He feels his pitching was good enough last year, but that his defence was not. There were too many balls dropping In for hits and that's the main reason Montreal dealt for Roque, who batted only .104 in a brief stint with St. Louis. The manager feels that Singleton, Fairly and Bailey can hit the ball often enough to give the Expos a fair "HEY KIDS" .VIN BICYCLES AND OTHER PRIZES AT THI ALL KIDS NIGHT HENDERSON ICE CENTRE - SAT., MARCH 3rd 8:30 p.m. lETHMIDGE Y's MEN NATIVE SONS - vs - TABER PALACE PATS Pick up your FREE ticket* at the following merchants    IATONS, lethbridse 4 Ave. ft 6 St. S. JOYCE ft LOU IENDRUM Concessionaires. YORK HOTEL 3 Ave. ft 13 St. H. BENJAMIN CLEANERS ft TAILORS 317 -10 St. S. CENTRAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 124 North Mayor Magrath Drive LETHBRIDGE SASH ft DOOR FACTORY 9 Ave. ft 4 St. S. DUCAN INDUSTRIES LTD. 443  10 St. N. TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE 3S16  24 Ave. S. J. LUCO IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT 1611-2 Ave. S. IITHIRIDOE HOUSE OP COLOR College Mell OENERAl FARM SUPPLIES 3S1e  24 Ave. S. TIFFEN DAIRY FARMS Box 965, McNally PAHUUE CONSTRUCTION 2618 S. Parkside Drive HOYT'S HARDWARE 2 Stores to Serve You SUBURBAN PROPANE 2810  S Ave. N. BLACK DENTAL LABORATORY 434  7 St. S. 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