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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta - THI inHBRIDOl HERAID - Sahirifoy, Mareli �, 1971 - /-TT^p^/ �^^,'^^5^^^ -^i^'^'it- ^ '^'^--t'-S'S ; . - EXPOS DROP FIRST EXHIBITION GAME - Montreal Felix Millan who took Bobby Wine's grounder from Expos were defeated by the Atlanto Braves in the first shortstop Marty Perez for a forceout on Mashore. The exhibition game at Municipal Stadium. Clyde Mashore of Braves won 4-2. the Expos slides into second base, upsetting Braves'_________-__ ISahres hold Hawks to draw Bordeleau fires home winner Southwest Hmd set tor tonight Four teams advance in tourney By NICK FERRIS Canadian Press Staff Writer Christian Bordeleau became a victim of National Hockey League housecleaning last May after Montreal Oanadiens missed the Stanley Oup playoffs for the first time in more than aO years. But St. Louis Blues, who purchased tihe 23-year-old centre from the Oanadiens in a cash deal, have had little to regret in grabbing the Montreal castoff. Bordeleau's 16th goal this season proved to be the winner Friday night as the Blues came from behind to down Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1. In the only other schedule game, Buffalo Sabres rallied to tie Chicago Black Hawks 2-2. In toni^t's action, Los Angeles Kings visit the Canadians, Cliicago travels t& Toronto, Detroit Red Wings play host to Minor hockey roundup The Lethbridge Midget Elks will travel to Medicine Hat this Sunday for their second game in a two game total point semifinal series. In their first meeting the Ellts demolished the Medicine Hat crew 10-4 and bold a comfortable lead going into the final semi-final encounter. The winners of this series will move into the Alberta finals against the Red Deer Midget "A" Rustlers who are the defending champions. Game time is set for 3 p.m. in the Medicine Hat Arena. Meanwhile in Bantam "B" action the ACT Bantam "A" Reps will host Medicine Hat at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Lethbridge Arena. This will be the second meeting between the two clubs in the two game total point series as the Reps will travel to Medicine Hat tonight to open the series. The winners of this series will also travel to Red Deer for the Provmcial finals. In the second round of the Southei-n Alberta Zone Pee Wee play - otfs the Lethbridge Marlands opened things up in Lethbridge Sunday as they hosted a club for Fort Macleod. Lome Osmond was outstanding as he led the Lethbridge Marlands to a 9-2 victory over the Foi-t Macleod Cougars in provincial play - off action last night. Osmond's three goals and four assists enabled the Marlands to gamer a seven goal lead in the second round two game total point play - off series. Keith Miyashiro and Scott Jarvie each blasted in bja) marfcers to aid the cause wliile Damis Ludwig and Leroy Pa-van chipped in with singles. For the C o u g a r s' Dwight Kress and PhiUp Hart replied with a goal apiece. The two teams will meet again Sunday at 12:15 in the Lethbridge Arena. Darwin Kropinak registered his ninth shutout of the season Friday as the Hornets blanked the Mustangs 5-0 in bantam B action. Brian Malacko, Murray Os-ter, Brian Thorlacius, Steve Bardies and Ed Parker accounted for the scoring. Minor statistics PEE WEB STANDINGS , W L T Pis Viklngi.............'8 3 3 39 Blues..............17 ! 3 37 Flyers............. IS 4 3 35 Bears ..............12 7 * 28 Canucks............ 12 10 2 26 Totems.............12 11 1 25 Penguins............H n 3 25 Tigers.............. 9 10 � 24 Bisons ............. 6 IS 2 14 Sabres.............. 2 20 1 4 Falcans ............. 2 22 0 4 G A Pts Jeff Takeyasu........... 39 14 53 Keven Hunt ............. 25 13 38 Duane Ptycia ........... 25 10 35 Jim severtscn.......... 24 7 31 Mike Goluk ............. 19 9 28 Theo Degroot........... 19 7 26 Rob KuntI.............. 20 4 24 Livid Pavan............. 16 8 24 Glen Lefflngwell........ 15 9 24 Wes FIndlay............ 13 8 21 Darren Ramaga......... 16 4 20 Bruce Quick............ 16 3 9 Geofferory Cox .......... 9 10 19 Ross Malheson ..........U 7 18 GOALTENDERS Average So Greg Olshaskl ............ 1.26 7 Troy Dickson.............1-41 8 Mark Tokariuk........... 1M 5 Dale Seaman .............1.72 5 Tim Richards .............2.04 5 Greg Fox................2.22 1 BANTAM B STANDINGS ^ L T PIs Couqars ............ 17 1 6 40 Rangers ............ 16 4 4 36 Hornets............ 16 5 4 36 Seals ............... 15 7 2 32 Mustangs ........... 13 9 3 29 Eagles............. 9 13 2 20 Nuggets ............ 6 16 3 15 Ramblers ........... 5 16 4 14 Monarchs........... 4 16 5 13 Bruins .............. 4 18 1 9 HURRY! FINAL 3 DAYS OF BENY'S Don't be disappointed - Save many dollars now on past model parts and accessories. THERE'S STILL A GOOD SELECTION Of- H TIRES to fit most cars # AIR CONDITIONERS ^Klni'^onw $329 ALSO RADIOS - SEAT COVERS - FLOOR MATS, ETC. Final 3 Days - Mon., Tues., Wed. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE PARTS DEPARTMENT 2 Ave. and 8 St. S. Phone 327-3147 SCORING G A Pis Sheldon Kelly........... 28 11 39 Randy Layden..........24 11 35 Greg Babino............17 17 34 Richard Shardlow....... 21 12 33 Brian Malacho.......... 23 7 30 Bill Ross............... 22 8 30 John WasileskI........^ . 22 8 30 Tony Mell..............12 14 26 Mike Buria............. 17 8 25 Ron Gretzlnger ..........17 S 22 Reno Trentlnl ...........16 4 20 GOALTEfJDERS Average So Jerry McNamara ........1.41 7 Gary Peto................1.24 6 Darvirln Kropiok..........1.28 8 Wayne Stenbeck ..........1.66 3 BANTAM A STANDINGS W L T Ptl Red Wnigs.......... 15 0 5 35 Canadians........... 15 0 4 34 Maple Leafs ......... 9 6 3 21 Jets ................ 9 8 2 20 Marlands........... 4 14 1 9 Black Hawks........ 4 15 o e Maroons ............ 3 16 1 7 SCORING G A Pts Cliff Miyashiro......... 25 19 44 Bob Salmon ............ 20 15 35 Dick Rigelhof..........19 10 29 Mark Baldry .........14 12 26 Clarence Slrovyak '....... 20 4 24 Brant Marchuck ......... 15 9 24 Cameron MacLennon ..... 9 15 24 Lee Salmon............. 14 8 22 Kelly Vaykouck .......... 13 7 20 GOALTENDERS Average So Ricky Johnson ............1.91 4 Serge Cattonl ..............2.00 1 David Heitman ............3.69 2 MIDGET STANDINGS W L T Pts A.C.T............... 12 2 0 24 Royals............. 9 4 2 20 Comets.............5 3 6 16 Stampeders .......... 7 6 1 IS Ti Cats............. 3 8 3 9 Eskimos ............ 1 14 0 2 SCORING O A Pts Brian Konrad.......... 23 14 37 Randy Joevenazzo.......18 19 37 Joe Mell................12 H 23 Dennisi Halt.............II '18 Pierre Lavorato..........10 7 17 Derek Blasco ........... 9 8 17 Tom Kenealy........... 9 7 16 Darrel Nason........... a � 14 Bob Spitzer............. 7 7 14 John Mllroy............. 7 7 14 GOALTENDERS Average So John McLaughlin..........1.57 3 David Hovan .............2.42 3 Dave Falconer............2.71 1 Brian Clampilt............3.35 1 New York Rangers, Boston Bruins take on the Penguins at Pittsburgh and Vancouver Canucks meet the North Stars at Minnesota. Philadelphia Flyers welcome Califoma Golden Seals in an aftemoion contest. Montreal travels to Detroit Sunday, Los Angeles travels to New York, St. Louis goes to Boston, Buffalo Sabres play host to the Canucks, Philadelphia tangles with the North Stars at Minnesota and the Penguins are at home to California. HAD SHOULDER INJURY .... Bordeleau came to St. Louis after missing the last-third of his second season with the Can-adiens because of a shoulder separation. Because Montreal was loaded down the centre with veterans such as! Jean BeUveau, Henri Richard and Ralph Backstrom, now with Los Angeles, Bordeleau saw limited action and managed only three goals in 61 games. With the Blues, the Noranda, Que., native has been taking a regular shift and the Blues' confidence in him has paid off. His third-period goal Friday came just 55 seconds after Jim Roberts had erased a one-goal advantage Bill MacMillan had given the Leafs. Garry Unger, recently ac-qtiired from Detroit, sewed up the win wil'h his 18th goal of the campaign about six minutes later. The Blues, who unleashed 29 of their 41 shots in the first 40 minutes, were stymied by veteran Toronto goalie Jacques Plante until Roberts cracked the ice in the third period. Plante, purchased by Toronto from the Blues last May, was sliovvered with 41 shots by his former team-mates. Glenn Hall, another old-timer, allowed only MacMillan's second-period goal turning back 15 other Leaf drives. ST. LOUIS 3 TORONTO 1 First Period - lio scoring. Penal ties - Spencer 4:13 Spencer, Arbour 14:02, Baun 15:01. Second Period - 1. Toronto, McMillan 19 (Monahan, Glennle') 4:09. Penalties - Cameron 6:15. Third Period - 2. St. Louis, Roberts 9 (R. Plager, Lorentz) 4:39; 3. St. Louis, Bordeleau, 16, 5:34; 4. St. Louis, Unger 18 (Brewer, St. Marseille^ 11:46. Penalties - Dorey, St. Marseille 5:56, Baun 10:39, Arbour 17:20. Shots on goal by Toronto ............ 5 4 7-16 St. Louis ............U 15 12-41 BUFFALO J CHICAGO J First Period - 1. Chicago, Campbell 14 (R. Hull, Stapleton^ 12:09. Penalties - Anderson 12:58, Pratt 19:18. Second Period - 2. Chicago, Ma-loney 12 (R. Hull, O'Shea) 2:06; 3. Buffalo Shack 18 (Perreault, Hamilton) 14:30; 4. Buffalo, Atkinson 17 (Me-han, Talbot) IJ:32. Penalties - R. Hull 4:24. Mikita 9:34. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties - MakI 7:28, Watson 18:26. Shots on goal by Chicago ............ JO 9 11-30 Buffalo ........... S 13 5-23 LAKESIDE GOLF LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Has An Opening For A TEAM SPONSOR Interested Parties, Please Write: Mr. James Reid, PRESIDENT 2408 8th Ave. 'A' North Lethbridge, Alberta Members of the Henderson lake Golf Club wishing to play in the Lakeside Golf League, please write to: Mr. George K. Higa, SECRETARY 1414 17fh St. North Lettibridge, Alberta By LLOYD YAMAGISHl Herald Sports Writer After two days of action in the, Southwest Zone "B" Boys Basketball Tournament playoffs only four of the 11 original, participating teams remain to make a bid for the championship trophy. It's a common belief that, regardless what position a team finishes at the end of the year, a new season begins at play-off time and no team should be dealt with lightly. This was nearly the case at the Winston CliurchiU High School as the top three finish-ishers in the �A>uthwest Conference this season were nearly eliminated from further play by the bottom three finishers. The pennat winning Picture Butte Sugar Kings received the closest call as they squeezed past the Kate Andrews Gaels of Ooaldale 56-93 in yesterday's first encounter. The Gaels who toiled the bottom rung of the ladder throughout the season trailed the Sugar Kings 14-9 after the first quarter of play and 35-14 by half time. The Gaels cut the lead down considerably by the end of the third eight minute session and seemed to be geitting better as the game progressed. The final quairter was when the Gaels came oa strong Imt to no avail as they fell three points short. Ned Bosnjak paced the Sugar Kings attack hooping 14 points while Randy Karren, Bruce Re-stall and Glen Tanaka each chipped in with nine. LeRay WWtbeck led the Gaels swishing 16 points while Werner Schmi^elt managed 13. The host Winston Churchill Bulldogs made their first tournament bid a successful one as they edged Taber W. R. Mey. ers Trotters 68-60. The Bulldogs found themselves down 37-31 at half time after a rough first quarter of play in which they fell batk by eight points. It was a different story in the second half though as the Bulldogs took charge of the game and outscored their opponents 18-� in the third quarter. They continued theh- onslaught in the final session and all the Trot ters could do was to match baskets until it was too late. Rod Bollinger was high scorer for the Bulldogs with 15 pdnts while Vic Hamza and Jack Chymboryk added 12 apiece. Cyril Patson also chipped In with 11. For the Trotters Keith Wil-Uams managed a 16 point outing while Bruce Jesperson and Rod Bennett aided with 14 and 12 points respectively. In the third contest of the day the Vauxhall Vikings came on strong with only two minutes remaining to dump the Erie Rivers Comets of MUk River 62-47. The Comets kept up pace with the Vikings throughout the encountre but tlie roof fell-in as the time dwindled in the final quai-ter. At half time the Vikings trailed tlie Comets 27-23 but jumped ahead 42-3V at the end of the third. The two clubs fought furiously in the final quarter as only three points separated them until the two minute mark. During the last two minutes of play the Vikings took advantage on the Comets costly errors to salt away the victory, Wayne Stickel was top man for the Vikings netting 15 pohits while Rod Matson and Al Mc-Niven chipped in with 13 apiece. Don Welsh lied the Comets with 14 points while Len THe- Zeniths, Comets open with wins The Magrath Zeniths and the Raymond Comets both picked up victories in their opening games in the Southern Alberta "A" Boys Basketball Tournament play - offs held m Raymond last night. The Zeniths came up with a stunning 41 - 30 victory over the LCI Rams in the tourney opener while the defending champion Comets belted the Catholic Central Cougars 65-49 in the final evening match. In the Magrath � LCI encounter the Rams tried desperately to catch the Zeniths early lead but fell short of the mark. After the first quarter of play the Zeniths maintained a slim 8 - 5 lead but increased it to 19-9 before half time. The two clubs exchanged baskets in the third frame but the Rams broke loose in the final session only to find the gRP too great. Don Hamilton paced Uw Zeniths with 13 points while Rusty RolUngsdn added 12. Bryce Thomson was high man for the Rams as he hooped 12 points and Mark HasUm chipped in with seven. The Catholic Central Cougars sunk the first two points In their match against the Comets but stood aside as the powerful Raymond squad matched the basket and bolted past. By half time the Comets built up a solid 32 -17 margin which was to increase as tlie game progressed. In the final quarter of play the Comets out-scored their opponents 50 - 39 to take the victory standing up. Lloyd Fairbanks and Gary Williams shone for the Comets as they hooped 19 and 18 points respectively while Rick Smith chipped in with 14 and Monty Court 10. For the Cougars John Dudas flipped in 14 and Cal Pouier added 10. Action will resume tonight at 7 p.m. when the CCHS Cougars take on the LCI Rams while at 8:30 the Comets will match baskets with the Zeniths. The winner hetween the Comet - Zenith contest will then take part in the provincial finals held in Calgary next weekend as the top se�l from the Southern Alberta "A" Boys Basketball League. On Monday the loser of this encounter will then play the Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Vera Nlcholis 232; Betty Hobbs 248; Nancy Prindle 213; Coleen Manal 255; Grace Norelka J39; June Taylor 231; Dorothy Coolldge 229; Beth Koskosl-trychuk 268 ( 692); Betty Taylor 234; Sandie Keturakis 278 ( 662); Marg Smith 239; Jean KoskoskI 269; Grace Beard 260; Buelah FabbI 248; Helen Cavers 228; Irene Chlste 223. GORDIE'S MEN Bruce Canfleld 319; Bill Hleucka 316 (853); Bill. Gorzltlza 331 (724); Bert Mezel 309 ( 753); Earl Armour 288; Hugh Christie 276 (741); Bruno B�-ceda 276 (767); Sam Glrardl 283; Jack Jones 279; Al Smith 270. SIMPSONS-SEARS Ian McPherson 228; Audrey Able 221; Marg Maruk 263; Chris Wilson 225; Richard Revez 265; Bill McKay 229; Vern McGhle 240; Ed RossettI 281 (735); Pat O'Brien 260; Eugene Yamada 264, GLENDALE BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Robin Wheeldon 405 ( 927); Steve Pederson 327 (912); Randy Wolston-croft 299 (855); Steve Mezel 303 (813); Brian Handerek 289 (799); Bob Cos-tanzo 265 (790); Francis Wright 296 (796); Lew Mills 291 (763); John Rempel 290 (770); Mike Tobo 272 (760). SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Beckthold 274 (743); Bill Jen-son 322 ( 737); Roy Tordle 240 (699); Spot Miller 216; Nick BianchI 223; C. Macbeen .248; Jack Nunweiier 217; Velma Miller 219; Len Miller 216; Harold Berry 231. B AND E HARDWARE Barb Scattergood 258 (744); K. Phil-Ipp 265 ( 685); Brian Anderson 255 (669); John Scattergood 295 (706); Bill Bach 334 ( 680); Sandy Scattergood 254; Carol Crombez 242; Graham Scattergood 241; Guy Close 239; Dot Anderson 240; Alta Clark 220; Bob Dei-muth 287. HIGA'S LADIES Dot BulpItt 313 (761); Phil Harrison 296 ( 755); Sandy Scattergood 787 (716); Verna Hlllcoat 279 ( 697); Marg Mich-alenko 249; Marlene Tremel 249; A. Neville 223; Kay Mann 218; Shirley Alexandra 221; Susan AAacDonald 231 (660); Carol Becker 230. lert 233. COMPLETE STAFF VANCOUVER (CP) - British Columbia Lions announced Friday they have completed a four - man coaching staff with the signing of Owen DeJano-vich, 32, offensive line coach al the University of Tulsa for the last two seasons. winners of the 7 p.m. match with the wmner of the one gaining the other play - off spot as the second seed of the league. Tollestrup selected WOLFVILLE, N.S. (CP) -Canada's colege basketball coaches selected their 70-71 "All - Canadian" all - star team Friday but there were only two Canadian players on the squad. The NMonal Association of Basketball Coacbes of Canada amnounoed thedr selections at the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union Basketball cbaimpionship being played at Acadia University here. First - team selections Included Rick Eaton of Acadia University, from Verona, N.J.; Ron Thorsen of the University of British Columbia, from Prince George, B.C.; JcHm Mo-Auliffe of Loyola College, from Syracuse, N.Y.; Tim Tollestrup of the University of Lethbridge, from Raymond, Alta.; and Rod Dean of Waterloo - Lutheran University, from upper Sandusky, Ohio. len notdied 12 and Jhn CJhap-man 11. Ih the final match of the evening the Fort Macleod Flyers took an early 7-1 lead but watched the Sturling Lakers come back strong to drop them 59-45. After the first quarter of play the Flyers trailed 15-11 and hy half time the Lakera Increased it to 35-21, The Flyers came to life again hi the third frame and came only 10 points away, but once again watched the Lakers zoom ahead. Paul Zaugg had an oustand-ing game for the Lakers dunking 16 pohits while Desmond McKee followed close behind with 14. Len Zoeteman led the Flyers with 11 points and Ron Kennedy nine in a losing cause. Action resumed this afternoon at 1:30 p.m. when the host Bulldogs took on the Picture Butte squad while at 3 p.m. Vauxhall met the Stirling club. The two losers of this afternoons action will then meet la the third place final at 7 p.m. while the winners will tangle for the championship trophy at 9:15. LMBA wiU hold meeting The Lethbridge Minor Baseball Association will hold a general meeting for anyone hiter-ested in Minor Baseball at the Adams Park Ice Centre on March 8, 1971. The meeting is slated far 8 p.m. in Boom 1 and the presence of all parents is urgently requested. On the agenda, an election of the new executive will be held along with the review of the 1971 program. Also, the expanr sion of leagues will be disaiss-ed along with the introduction of the new District Administrator. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts . . 46 1 0 7 314 162 99 . . 40 14 10 210 143 90 , ,. 32 18 12 224 171 76 . . 33 27 S 219 179 77 ... 19 34 9 172 230 47 .. . 17 36 13 171 246 47 .. .18 38 4 167 236 42 WMt Division ... 42 15 7 235 152 91 . . . 27 20 1 6 173 164 70 ,. . 24 28 11 173 183 59 ,. . 22 29 14 157 195 SB .. . 20 29 IS 182 186 55 . , 18 32 12 185 240 48 . . 17 4S J 154 249 37 Boston ... New York Montreal ,,, Toronto ... Detroit ... Buffalo ... Vancouver Chicago ... St. Uouls .. Phila. ... . Minnesota . Pittsburgh , Los Angeles California NHL LEADERS e A P PIM Esposlto, Boi....... 53 66 119 46 Orr, Bos........... 30 79 109 77 Bucyk, Bos.......... 44 49 93 4 Hodge, Bos........... 38 52 90 91 R. Hull, Chi.......... 40 44 84 30 Ullman, Tor .......... 29 47 76 24 Cashman, Bos...... 20 48 68 83 Keon, Tor........... 33 34 67 2 Bellveau, Mtl........ 20 42 62 26 McKenzle, Boi....... 23 38 61 94 Tkaczuk, NY........ 20 41 61 36 MIklta, Chi.........13 43 41 7S AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T P A Pts Quebec ...... 23 24 12 174 185 58 Montreal ..... 23 25 12 186 197 58 Providence ... 20 25 11 191 210 51 Springfield ... 21 30 7 192 243 49 Western Division Baltimore ... . 35 14 7 218 166 77 Cleveland ... . 28 22 � 211 164 62 Hershey ..... 22 26 10 187 180 54 Rochester ... 21 27 � 176 190 51 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F A Pts Portland..... 37 15 6 238 173 80 San Diego ... . 28 23 10 213 197 66 Phoenix..... 26 25 8 205 209 60 Denver ...... 21 26 12 204 208 54 Seattle....... 22 27 6 175 200 SO Salt Lake City 18 36 4 189 237 40 HOCKEY SCORES Natlonil St. Louis 3 Toronto 1 Chlclago 2 Buffalo 2 American Hershey 0 Montreal 0 Rochester 2 Providence 1 Springfield t Cleveland 4 Western Seattle 3 Salt Lake City � Central Dallas i AmBrlllo 4 Omaha 2 Tulsa 1 Eastern Syracuse 2 New Haven 0 Clinton 3 New Jersey � Charlotte 4 Greenboro 4 Jacksonvlllt 3 Salem 1 International Des Moines 5 Flint 3 Port Huron 4 Toldeo 2 Alberta Senior Drumheller 4 Edmonton 1 Best-of-seven seml-flnal tied 1-1 Western Internallonal Cranbrook 4 Spokane 3 Best-ot-seven semi-final tied 1-1 Manitoba Junior Selkirk 5 Portane la Prairie 4 St. James i Winnipeg 2 St. Boniface 6 West Kildonan 1 Western Canada Reglna J Winnipeg 1 Flin Flon 5 Saskatoon 4 Saskatchewan Junior Saskaf.oon 6 Humboldt ] Saskatoon leads best-of-seven �am|. final 3-1 Western Canada Coileg* British Columbia S Manitoba 3 First game best-of-three final BASKETBALL NBA Philadelphia 121 New York 116 Atlanta 105 Los Angeles 104 Chicago 130 San Francisco 103 5-paliiu 110 S?n "Francisco 103 Cincinnati 117 Portland 111 ABA Virginia 129 Pittsburgh 123 Kentucky 118 Floridians UJ Memphis 95 Carolina 83 Texas 158 Denver 153 Indiana 98 Utah 97 30,000 MILE WRIHEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES 8.25-14 or 8.3S-1S ONLY .., FULL 4.PLY POLYESTER CORD $44.95 33 OTHER SIZES PRICED COMPARABLE ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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