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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LflHBUDGE KERAtD March Attempt made to clear league of commitments Three bid to purchase troubled Pittsburgh club puins to purchase the Pittsburgh Pen franchise and get the Na Hockey League out of its unwanted lole JS supervisor of tlic clubs fiscal affairs was ac cepted for study Tuesday by the NHL of East The rejection of the ree Detroit men it Control Corp may NHL presCampbell mdicision will be vote or meeting of the The governors also referred to the general managers for a recommendation before a threeway proposal for strengthening the rosters of such members as Golden Seals and Los Angeles The pieposals are Restrictions on the right of any team to trade away its future draft choices a decrease in the number of players that may be protected in the intraleague by which teams rich in talent may make players available to the havenot teams for substantial cash The idea of restricting draftchoice deals appeared to have Seals action in trading their top choice in the amateur draft to Montreal Canadiens for immedi ate player The offer under consideration for the Pittsburgh franchise came from brothers James ANDY CAPP THE EASON er Bowling Banter i iJiSIlisjUJ1 4T CAPRI Darlene Csaki continued to shine to take the womens bowleroftheweck took over high three in SpeedysFreels the week previous with a great 914 and came back this past week with another rousing per formance to nab high single honors with Bcaudry was the mens rolling his second 855 triple in succession with 303 and 243 in Greens new league highs for the week included Fran Beresnek with a 192 average in Ed Rossettis 735 triple in Simp Marie Smith with a 200 average in Sundquist Construction and Darlene Csakis 388 and William James SUrlinj Fuller and all of Kings upset Louis Cookie Byers gets help Mike only pre vious 20goal season as a pro was with three teams in hat the magic mark again Tues day night with the help of Garry gelling his first real shot at the National Hockey scored twice as Los An geles upset Lotus Blues 40 while Vancouver Canucks skated to a 33 tie with Montreal Canadiens in the only other league Tonight the Canadiens visit Toronto Maple Bostons Fhil Esposito and Bobby Orr 50 after single season goalscoring marks when the Bruins meet California Golden Seals at Oak Chicago Black Hawks en tertain New York Philadelphia Flyers visit Pitts burgh Penguins and Louis plays Minnesota North a 24yearold Toronto native who w as developed in the Maple Leaf system until he was traded to Philadelphia in 1969 scored 19 in the second pe riod to gn e the lungs a 20 lead 20 for the rookie was at a 31 Ungers expense when the attempting to block a Byers carried the puck into the Blues goal past a startled goalie Glenn who turned pro in saw only limited action with To ronto and divided most of his inte in the vast minorpro sys tem the Leafs had at that He scored only two goals in 10 games with the parent club but added 14 at Tulsa in the Central League and seven more with R o c h e s t e r of the American He was acquired by the Kings in an offseason trade with Phil The loss kept sec ond in the West 22 points behind leading Rookie Danny Johnson scored his ninth of the year early in the third period to pull the Canucks even at Earlier goals by nigged Rosaire Paiement had kept the Vancouver club in the game after Yvan John Ferguson and Bob Shee han had staked the Canadiens to Esposito and Orr are one goal shy of equalling single season Esposito has 57 a for centremen but one away from the record 58 set by Chicagos Bobby Hull in Orrs 32 goals are just one fewer than his record 33 last i MONTREAL 3 VANCOUVER 3 First Period 1 Cour noyer 30 Ferguson Ferguson 13 Richard 21 j 3 Paiement 24 Wilkins J sneehar Tardif 12 26 Penally Schella 13 il iccond Period 5 Pan 25 Schella 13 Pel allies Tremblay Tardif Kurtenbsch Third Period 6 John son 1 Wilkins 7 26 Penal ties Houlse Schmautz Shots on goal by 1J1 Montreal Jl 7 747 LOS ANGELES 4 LOUIS 0 First Period Los Pav lich Penalty Marotte 0 27 Second period 2 Los Bvers 19 Widmgl Penal lies Cahan 0 Huck 0 Mar rottp 12 34 Third Period 3 Los By ers 6 4 Lonsberry 16 13 Penalties Lorentz Shots on goal by Los Louis 10 7 In the Housewives House Sigrid Linda Aiiecn Betty Dionne and Opal Taylor combined to take the A event while Jo Mel Nancy Colleen Mandak and Rose Croplcy won the B these two teams plus six others from Capri compete today and Friday against Glendale winners with the top four teams advancing to the zone final in Medicine lead ers hi the fourgame rolloff were Linda Hovey 278 and Arleen Reed Betty Dionne Vera Nicholls 948 for Ev Krauss Jean Passcy Barbara Buijert 280 and Pat Norlin Big guns for the week in league play included Bill Gor zitza Bill ffleucka 316 and 853 and Bruce Canfield 319 in Lyle Young 313 and 818 and Ken Malcomson 325 and 796 in Kent Leishman 326 in Young and Percy Smith 318 in Mikes while the gals were paced by Pat Plomp 305 and 73G and Marg Smith 290 and 730 in Mar Erma McGuire 293 in Marg Seefried 735 triple in Juniors and Linda Hovey 303 and 754 in AT GLENDALE Sandy Scattergood blazed her way to the womens bowleroftheweek honors with a spark ling effort that saw her post three 800plus triples in a seven day rolled 814 and 801 with single games over the route of 328 and tlie ninegame set she averaged Handerek got the nod as the mens bowleroftheweck cs IB clicked for his best performance of the rolling 226 and 303 for an 829 in IOF which exceeded his 188 average by 265 big Wheeldon was also in a pinbattering niood in Commercial equalled the years high single with a brilliant 405 and set a new high three of i 1 Veteran Steve Pedersen was also on the beam in Com mercial Mens with a 912 triple while Randy Wolstoncroft hit for an other standouts for the week included Opal Taylor with 319 and 811 in Shoppers Betty Paterson 322 jid Elfreda Wiens 300 and 780 in the same Ruby Oseen 327 in Hay Dot Bulpitt 313 in Higas and Mert Qually 307 in Chinook In YBC play he bantam leaders were Bob Hapuano 162 and a 307 Dave Wells 198 and Darren Flexhaug 155 and Monty Verhulst Debbie Anderson 186 and Brian Jackson 203 and Gordon Besseling 181 and Darren Toth 223 and Mark Trebble 204 and Neal Nishigawa 211 and Doug Vogt 194 and 342 and Ken Nagy 184 and mixed doubles tournament is billed for Glendale in a scratch affair with a combined average limit of 470 the desk for more and Management Control headed by William which has its headquarters in East 30 miles from Pitts C who disclosed al most a dozen other bids also had been described this one as a takeout meaning the purchasers would assume the Penguins net liabil ities of about It also meets the NHLs stipula tion that the franchise remain in We dont believe in earpet baggmg said Lh league We have turned down all offers involving any move of the The proposed deal has an unu lal Tom oorts in Atlanta be given right of first re isal of an NHL franchise when nd if there is another round ot inor hockey Ron Simmons was a stand1 a four goal performance in th out for the Black Hawks as he 1 hard fought He als allowed Ms club a 55 tie with setup Barry Peterson whic the Marlands in a Bantam B j gaie his club the contest played last Tho Marlands who led 10 Simmonstallied twice in both the second and third periods for Warriors lo j host Brooks Telhbndge Warriors will play host lo Brooks Legion naires tonight at the Cuic Cen tre at B The game will hr Hie First m i SYLBERTS SHOES COWBOY PROMOTION Texas Brand 6 to 12 Regularly SPECIAL PURCHASE unbeaten and captured firs place tiie Legionnaires finished in thud of Mens and Dress Shoes Leathers and Suedes Tics and SlipOns Regularly CLEARING AT after the first and 32 after the second period were paced by Lome Osmond with two goals and Scott LeRoy Pavan and Cliff lliyashiro who added Bruce Jeff Ennis RENA STARTED owner of Atlanta awks basketball has arted construction of an ultra lodern sports arena in Atlanta and wants a hockey n the meantime he has agreed help finance the FullerStir ngBlair purchase at Pitts Campbell said there is no wssibility of further NHL ex ansion before Cousins vould have to pay whatever nee and accept whatever erms are set for the next ex ransion and give up his inancial interest in the Pitts nirgh franchise when awarded an Atlanta The proposals for strengthen ng the weaker teams appeared headed for a rough I dont object to anjone get ting but I want to study carefully how it is said Vren general manager of Minnesota North He indi cated there is some feeling that he other teams created by ex pansion in 1967 should not te enalized because they drafted layers more astutely or made letter deals than did the Oak and and Los Angeles fran Campbell acknowledged to re porters there might be difficulty deciding which teams shoulc sell players and which be given the right to buy for But the clubs must face the issue of selfinterest in getting people to attend he He said the newest expansion Vancouver and Buffalo still have special draft privi and did not include then in the havenot The president said overal league attendance has been ex but that Oakland is a real trouble with an at tendance average of about I think improvement of lh Oakland situation depends 01 improvement in player anc management He said he had several time urged Charles tin baseball man who owns tin Golden to strengthen hi fi out Pittsburgh attendance has in creased 58 per cent over las putting the club in th black but not providing enoug income to retire its sai Jack acting presiden and Darren Hamage scored once and each Hark Tokariuk proved unbeatable as of the said attendanc K up this year in th Civic Aicna The league president had Cleveland these comments on other LEAVES NEW YORKMuhomrnad All makes a clench ed fist as he leaves New York Tuesday in his mobile Ali is nursing a swollen right jaw after losing the heavy weight title fight to Joe Frazier in New Yorks Madison Square Monday Frazier retained his title ith the 15 round Argonauts are TORONTO CP Leo Cahill till holds some hope of hiring Jackson now that his first hoice for a new Toronto Argo lauts quarterback has been igned by Miami Cahill had hoped ho could lure Sotie Dame quarterback Joe Theissman to the Canadian ootball League but the Argo coach had to scratch the name from his list of hopefuls after Thiessman signed with the Na tional Football League Dolphins But Cahill says he still is ne gotiating with a couple of other United Slates college prospects who might be able to take the quarterback job from last year regulars Tom Wilkinson and Don ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl ision Srston New York Montreal onto Buffalo Detroit Vancouver Chicago Louis inesola tsburgh LPS Angeles ifornia F A PIS 10 7 321 l1 103 tl 14 11 216 137 53 34 18 13 239 177 6 33 17 6 221 181 72 18 36 13 177 2J9 19 35 10 175 236 18 JO 7 174 21B 43 West Division 41 15 8 237 15J 92 27 22 16 171 172 70 21 29 14 163 197 62 24 29 12 178 190 60 2Q 30 16 188 195 54 13 193 752 50 5 161 256 J9 HOCKEY SCORES HallonM Vancouver 3 Mrntrea Los Angel is 0 Providence For Wot 4 M American 5 Montreal 3 Central th 4 Amenllo 2 international Des Momes 5 Dayton 2 Saskatchewan SeniQP Saskatoon 6 Mocse Jaw 2 Western International Cranfcrock 4 Spskane 3 Besrofspven semifinal tied 12 Thunder Bay Junior 11 0 lal SCORING LEADERS BOS Bos Bos Bos P Chi Tor Bos for Bos NY Buf NY Bos Bos G A Pts Pir 57 67 121 5 29 J7 76 j 20 50 34 35 69 21 65 21 2 62 n 42 62 34 27 61 25 36 61 21 33 61 18 43 61 cj 6 St Jamei 0 St JanPS guar tcrfmal 32 West Kildrnan 10 5f Boniface 3 St Gonifiace leads test of seven Selkirk 2 bcsMjfscvcn quarter Western Canada Winnipeg 9 6ranJn J Swift 6 Prgma 4 Estevan 5 rrimcntcn 2 Alacrta Junior Calnnry 6 Rc1 Deer 5 Rcci Doer ledJs best o final 2 hockey topics music is a distinct asset at a hockey long as it is played at a proper AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Monlrral 2 26 12 15 05 60 Quebec 23 11 177 IFft 59 Providence 21 26 11 199 218 53 Springfield 20 30 B 200 248 52 Western Division Baltimore 35 15 7 220 171 77 29 22 7 216 Ii7 22 It 1E3 5 21 27 10 178 192 52 and not when play is in progress beslofthrce semi final in and TiCats played to the Tigers blanked the Totems 30 in Tee Wee Tokanuk registered his sixth think the refereeing has shutout of the season j improved considerably In Midget play the Eskimos j However we do not have any su m onile draw Trevor 33 J pcrreferees as once did such as Kinsey I He also acknowledged that the iors finished the league i and Byron scored for the league is making a conscious ef Eskimos while John George Irvine and Bob Spitzer replied for the fcrt to hire bigger men as ice for Hie psychological LETHBRIDGE ARENA MARCH MARCH MARCH 14IH200 p f Necessary IETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs EDMONTON MAPLE LEAFS ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS STUDENTS WITH CARDS CHILDREN SOC Advance lickels on lalo at CSNTRE VILLAGE MALL Cast End THURSDAY p m FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 lo 5 pi MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON Ful SUPREME 150 TIRES 4 ply Polyester Cores or if Other sizes priced comparabl ;