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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 11, 1974 THE LETHMIDQE HERALD-11 Rustlers go two up, Red Devils beaten Calgary Canucks scored two third-period goals en route to a 3-1 victory Sunday night over the Pass Red Devils in the first game of a best-of- seven Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final series. Scoring for Calgary were Brock Kaluznick, Don Kastcott and Dean Magee. The lone Pass goal was by Lyje Murray. The Pass led 1-0 after the first period and the score was tied 1-1 after the second. The Pass outshot Calgary 37-35 and took five of 16 minor penalties. Each team split six majors and the Pass received one for four misconducts. The teams meet again Tuesday in Blairmore. Meanwhile Rod Pimm fired four goals to lead Red Deer Rustlers to an 8-2 win over Edmonton Mets before fans Sunday night, giving the Rustlers a two-game lead in their best-of-seven semi- finals. Brian Sutler scored two goals for Red Deer, who led 2- 1 and 6-1 by periods while outshooting the Mets 34-17. Other Red Deer goals were scored by Terry Wittchen and Kelly Bunn. Rick Zaparniuk and Gary Rissling replied for the Mets who took five of the eight penalties including two of four majors. The third game of the series will be played Tuesday night in Red Deer. The Rustlers lead the series 2-0. EDMONTON Terry Wittchen with two goals paced Red Deer Rustlers to a 3-2 win over Edmonton Mets Saturday night, giving them a one-game edge in the Alberta Junior Hockey League best-of- seven semi-final series. The teams were tied 2-2 at the end of the first period, but the Rustlers took the lead going into a scoreless third period. Bill Haynes contributed a single to the winning cause, while.Ted Fellows and Murray Dea replied for the Mets.' Ron Bourcier in the Red Deer net stopped 30 shots while Jirri Bowman blocked 29 for Edmonton. Each team was assessed two major penalties and the Rustlers took three of five minors. Weary Whalers trounced by Jets Ijjy THE CANADIAN PRESS New England Whalers, stag- gering from the vagaries of the World Hockey Association schedule which required them to play 15 of their last 17 games on the road, suffered their worst defeat ever Sunday night. The WHA defending cham- pions were drubbed 10-1 by Winnipeg Jets who assured themselves of a playoff berth in the West Division and established a club scoring record. The victory was the second in a row for the Jets since Bobby Hull, who scored, his 48th goal, turned the coaching over to his assistant, Nick Micoski. In other games, Toronto Toros lost 4-2 to Chicago Cou- gars. Houston Aeros edged Saints edge Y.M.C.A. 1-0 The Labor Club Saints scored a narrow 1-0 victory over the Y.M.C.A. in an exhibition girls" hockey game staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Saturday night. Helen Raats led the Saints' offensive attack with the only goal tallied in the game at the mark of the opening period while Audrey Bokors registered her third shutout of I he season between the pipes. Some II minor penalties were assessed in the hard- touglil encounter. Cleveland Crusaders 4-3, Ed- monton Oilers topped Van- couver Blazers 3-2 and Min- nesota Fighting Saints downed Quebec Nordiques 5-3. In Saturday's action, New Jersey Knights tied the Crusa- ders 4-4 and the Cougars de- feated the Nordiques 4-3. To- ronto Toros visit Cherry Hill to meet New Jersey in the only game tonight. Cleveland 3 at Houston 4 Gordie Howe set up the tying goal and scored the winner for the leaders of the West Division. Gordie's son Mark pulled Cleveland goalie Bob Whidden out of position and set up the winning goal that stretched Aeros current winning streak to four games. It was their first victory of the season over the Crusaders. Chicago 4 at Toronto 2 Although the Toros still oc- cupy second place in the East Division, they now are sepa- rated from the fifth-place Cougars by only three points. The Cougars took command in the second period on goals by defenceman Larry Mayety and centre Ralph Backstrom The teams exchanged single goals in the first and third periods. Minnesota 5 at Quebec 3 Mike Walton's two goals in the third 50th and 51st of the the Fighting Saints to victory be- fore 7.305 Quebec fans. Walton's first goal was scored while the Saints were shorthanded through a penalty to John Arbour. George Morrison also scored twice for I he his 35th and 36th of the campaign. Longhorns and their silverware The: Lethbridge Longhorns. of the Alberta Junior League wrapped up their season with a weekend banquet. Eight individual players were honored at the affair. Front, left to right, Ron Krikke, top rookie, Kent Lowry, best defenceman, Randy Joevenazzo, most valuable player, Dale Emmelkamp, the three-star selection winner, ad Darrell Zaperniuk, most gentlemanly. Back, left to right, Bernie Syrenne, most improved player, Albert Dumont and Brad Cox who were chosen for their dedication to the game and overall play. Four more goals in weekend sweep Cardston captures consolation EDMONTON (Special) The Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs of Calgary captured the Alberta senior "A" high school basketball championship Saturday night with a 67-44 romp over Edmonton's Strathcona Lords hpforp a rppnrf) crowd of 2.300 fans. The Crescent Heights Cowboys of Calgary finished in third place with a 61-50 win over the Bonnie Boon Lancers of Edmonton. Cardston Cougars trounced Ihe Lethbridge Rams 57-30 in (he consolation round playoff. In the consolation final, the Cardston Cougars were never in real trouble as they held quarter leads of 14-0, 39-10 and 43-22 over the Rams. Ken Leavitt led Cardstons' attack with 14 points while Jim Toone and Don Yuill chipped in with 13 and 12 points respectively. Kd Davis hooped six points and Randy Stevens five for the Hams, who were out- rebounded 43-27. Ross Blackmer paced the Hams' rebounders with seven while Yuill picked oft 23 tor the Cougars. Cappalletti ready to ink PHILADELPHIA (API John Cappefletti of Penn State. all-American and Heisman Trophy winner, will sign today with Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports in a copyright story. The story by sports writer Bill Lyon said the signing will be announced at a news conference in Los Angeles lodav. Esposito makes it look so easy By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Boston Bruins centre Phil Ksposito gets the majority of his National Hockey League goals by parking in the slot and firing a pass from a team- mate past the opposition's netminder. Esposito's winning formula gave him four more goals dur- ing the in Bos- ton's 5-2 win over New York Rangers Sunday and two in the Bruins" 5-2 win over Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday. In another game Sunday night. Montreal defenceman Larry Robinson used Ksposito's tactic, scoring twice from the slot as the Canadiens defeated New York Islanders 4-2. In other Sunday games To- ronto and Philadelphia Flyers tied 2-2. Atlanta Flames and Chicago Black Hawks tied 3- 3. and Buffalo Sabres KEEP EM ROLLING MR. 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Robinson scored, on a pass from Yvan Cournoyer, from Weekend scorers By THE CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Minnesota Z at Buffalo 5 Hextall: Buffalo-Martin 3. Mickey. Terbenche. NY Islanders 2 at Montreal 4 Stew- art: 2. Richard 2. Atlanta 3 at Chicago 3 Atlanta 2. Romanchych; roll. White. Martin. Toronto 2 at Philadelphia 2 Keon: Philadelphia-Nolet 2. NY Rangers 2 at Boston 5 Vickers; 2. Hodge. O'Reilly. Marcotte. SATURDAY Boston 5 at Toronto 2 2. Hodge 2. Cashman; man. Shack. Chicago 3 at Montreal I Chicago-Rota 2. Redmond: Pittsburgh 8 at Vancouver 6 2. McManama Stoughton, Mac- Donald. Pronovost. Lalonde. Apps; Gwevranonl. Ververgaerl, O'Flahcrty. Tannahill, Boudrias. Philadelphia 4 at Minnesota 2 Philadelphia-Bladoti. Bar- ber. MacLeish. Crisp; Min-. nesota Langlais. Golds- wort hy. Buffalo 2 at St. Ixrais 2 Buffalo-Martin. Luce: St.. Plante. Detroit W at Los Angeles 2 Los Kozak. Wid- ing. NY Rangers 3 at NY Islanders 1 Marotte. Stemkowski: the slot ''where Esposito gets all his goals. It just happened that there was an opening there and I just moved in." Henri Richard got the other two goals for the Canadiens. Craig Cameron and Ralph Stewart replied for the Islanders. New York now is winless in its last 10 outings. BRUINS 5 RANGElrtS 2 Aside from Esposito's two goals, other Boston marksmen were Ken Hodge, Terry O'Reilly and Don Marcotte. New York claimed that O'Reilly kicked his goal at of the first period into the net. but referee Brian Minor hockey Ricky Gal chalked up six points and propelled the Bears to a 6-2 victory over the Flyers in a Pee Wee game staged over the weekend. Gal was outstanding for the Bears as he fired in five goals while adding an assist on the other goal scored by Perry Osberg. Darren Moroz and Rick Lorincx. replied for the Flyers. Ron Terakita rifled in a pair of goals ;ind led the Sabres to an easy 5-0 win over the Penguins. Jamie Dorge registered the shutout in the nets. Meanwhile the Kings had to settle with a split in a pair of liantam B games over the weekend. Saturday the Kings edged Ihe Cougars 5-3 while Sunday they dropped a 4-2 decision to Ihe Hornets. Handy Rook. Darren llollihan.' Dale Belsher. Ralph Midget title to Red Deer GRANDK PRAIRIE (CPt The Hcd Deer Midgel (Incls needed overtime to win ihc Alberta Midget A hockey rli.inipionships Saturday nigW. Karl Meiler of West Germany, a louring professional who uses his strong service to set up the rest of his game, won Sunday by capturing the singles title and sharing the doubles crown in the Canadian indoor tennis championships. He defeated Byron Bertram of Smith Africa 6-4. 3-6. 6-3 in singles and teamed with -lurgen Kassbender. also of West (tcrmany. to beat the Colombian Davis Cup team. Hairo Vclasco and lean Molina. 6-4.6-4 in doubles. The set Meiler lost to Ber- tram. 2-1, was Ihe first he dropped in singles all week. he insisted he had not been playing well. "No matter how you break ii down, he beat me." said Bertram, who evened the match in the middle set and appeared in control when he broke service on the rst game of the third set. DOfVT PQRGCT mpuin VOUR DERDV SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS WINNERS WANTED! If you didn't receive your 6-pack of tickets in the mail, fill out the coupon at the bottom of this ad ana mail in as instructed. Over in cash prizes makes this Alberta's biggest sweepstake. BUYS TICKETS NOW1 GETTHE 6th FREE I'd winner' SJ SO pet Ttrrtflncc fttdetl tr IhT 1974 CANADIAN OiflBV Name Crty Province Poaal GotJe- Phone __ Ywin TfHtffTjtnctf 'H'uflSl i VUflin SWEEPSTAKE f O Sera 1SZ2 Edmonton. NO. ms ;