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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THf IfTHMIDGS HEXAID Worth Fall three frames down in Alberta final Sugar Kings directly behind the eighttoll By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer TABER John Chapman of the Lethbndge Sugar Kings was talking to himself Wednes day night after his club drop ped a 21 decision to the Red Deer Rustlers before more than fans in Chapman had good reason to be upset as the loss dropped his Kings three games behind I in the bestofseven Alberta Ju nior Hockey League final The and what could be the final is set for tonight at Taber Civic Civic Centre at The first year Lethbridge coach simplj looked at the Scoreboard at the end of the game and shook his head as if to why As has been he case in all I first period with the Rustlers scoring the only goal of the second The third period was I dont know what we have to said He was of to the fact that the Kings while out shooting the Rustlers 3529 could only beat Dale Kenwood live outstanding The lanky right winger picked up a loose puck directly in front of Henwood and beat him cleanly to give the Kings a 10 John Laskoski replied for Red Deer in the first period and then Dave Andrewciw was given credit for the winner three games thus far the two I Randy Andreachuk fired the after the puck went in off Leth ANDY CAPP DOME A PETNEVER COME OA1E SOBER fifcn Golf tournament set for holiday Lethbridge will have a new golf tournament it was an nounced Henderson Laks Golf Club will play host to the and it is hopeful the Celeb rity Invitational the weekend of May 23 and The with an ex Bowling scores GLENDALE BOWLING MENS COMMERCIAL Steve Pedersen 323 Randy 378 Robin Wheeldon Yo Nishimuria 263 Mick Murchayk 315 Ken King 308 Jack Jones 280 Bill Koskoski 268 John Naycheshen 262 Sam Girardi 290 Fred Thomas 253 Ray Decalre 310 B AND E HARDWARE Sendv Statergood 270 Bill Rach 256 John Scatteroocd 276 Gwen Edwards 275 Bob 253 Witzke 299 Bunny Anderson 239 Sieve Gan qur Dot Anderson Gra ham Scaftergood A Kogler Barb Scattergood Sundberg 2J3 SENIOR CITIZENS Frank Bernhardt Ane Koole Len Melener Henry Bechthold Evan Evans Roy LaValley Bill Janson Emil Collins Frank Richards 231 Bert Modlll HIGAS LADIES Sandy Scattergood 233 Marg Michalenko 2E5 748V Dianne Violim 265 Shirley Boyd 293 Carol Backer 304 Pat Jarvie 251 Marge Clark 273 Brenda Peder sen 273 Marlene Bosch Dot Bulpitt Phil Harrison Susan McDonald Judy Larson May Kolesar 254 Gladys Jarvie Kay Mann 268 657 Francis Wright 276 Yutaka Urano 2S3 Rjck Larson 259 7fii1 Sandra Wstling 271 Matt Simons H C Brown Eldon Rosa Home Eldon Bodie Marg Sengry Irene Bourassa Verda Dudley Steve Satsr Don Sherwood 265 TAPE SALE MUSICLAND 13rii and 3rd pected field of some 220 will be 54 holes of medal Honors in seven divisions will be up for grabs in the three day Placing in divisions will be based on certified han As well as individual com petition there will also be a team Tournament coordinator Ted Berlando said Wednesday we hope to make this a real big Sponsors for the tournament include Labatts Brewery and StarLite Motel in the team events with The Lethbridge Haico John Leo Frank and Commodore Mobile Homes and Dorigatti Construc tion responsible for prizes in the individual When we get finished all our plans for this added we will have nearly in It is hoped that upwards of 30 celebrities will take Stan Fischlers Inside Hockey WHEN John the steel nosed Montreal Canaa Sens left scored a goal at Vancouvers Pacific Coliseum recently it marked the first time Fergie had lit the red light in his hometown in 16 The fact that Ferguson graduated from hockey in balmy Vancouver to the NHL is remarkable in itself and underlines the perserverance and grim determination that has made Fergie the if not of the Its no secret that Vancouver lacks the natural ice of such hockey centres as Saskatoon and Which meant it was more difficult for John to learn to That didnt stop I got myself a job as a rink rat at the old the 32yearold Ferguson it had two sheets of ice one for the figure skaters and one for regular Id clean one sheet and then do the They paid me 25 cents for every patch of ice Warriors sidelined Lethbndge who went unbeaten during the regu lar Southern Alberta Juvenile League were elimi nated by Brooks Legionnaires Brooks edged the locals 32 to win the bestofthree series Perry Jim Ncsbitt and Ealph Schneider scored for Bob Turner scored both Leth bridge The game was marred by a disturbance in the stands be tween Lethbndge and Brooks City police were called to the Clue Centre and charges were laid against two clubs were lied 11 after he lone Lethbridge goal as lie Bridges Dave George during a turned in his second consecu1 wild scramble in front of the Rusllers picked up 10 of 15 penalties called by referee Bill who was less up to par than he was in Red Deer where the Rustlers won 31 and Kings are squarely be hind the eightball now and have everything to gain and nothing to so to We sure couldnt afford to lose that said manager Syd Hall after the Should the Kings win tonight they would then travel to Red Deer for a Sunday afternoon The sixth game would be in Taber next Wed nesday and the seventh and final in Red Deer next The winner of the Alberta title advances against British Co Sugar Kings had plenty of chances to tie the es pecially early in the third per The only major penalty of the game went to Red Deer as Dwayne Bolkoway attempted to Fraser Robertsons Bucyk assessed the hot headed Rustler a match pen A five minute pfinalty goes along with the infraction and gave the Kings the man ad vantage for the last two min utes of the second period and three of the CAME CLOSE The locals came close on nu merous occasions as more than once the puck got behind Hen wood but not quite far and George Me Crea had possibly the best scoring Shortly after scoring the Kings lone goal Andreachuk walked around the Red Deer defence and had Hen wood beaten to the top corner but the sharp Red Deer net minder somehow managed to get his toe on the What do I have to do to beat that guy Andreachuk won dered out Henwood stop ped the firstyear player on a breakaway Sunday in Red Deer and then Andreachuk hit the post on another McCrea deflected a shot by Lannie McDonald from the blueline and rattled it off the Its all uphill now for added needless to we cant lose another ICE CHIPS Scotty Munro of the Calgary Centennials took in Wednesdays game The partisan Lethbridge crowd was disappointed in referee BUI Bucyk as he continued to miss the obvious and make some calls that were hard to believe There may not be any fine or suspension for the match penalty to Dwayne Bolkoway but there should be He was a chief instigator of the brawl in Red Deer after he tried to ram his stick down John Chap mans throat The Leth bndge power play leaves a great deal to be desired thus far in the series There were times when the Kings failed to get more than one or two good shots on Henwood with the man advantage The biggest noticeable differ ence in the two clubs is that the Rustlers came out the Kings didnt Some staunch Red Deer supporters caused a minor ruckus in the stands It seems as though when in Red Deer cheer for the Rust leis When you are else where you do the same RED DEER LETHBRIDSE 1 First period dreachuk Chalmers Red Laskoski Resch Pen alties Wedderburn Wedderburn 6 Bartel Wedderburn u Second period 3 Red Deer An druchiw Dempster 8 Penalties stumpl 9 Going BolKoway match penalty 16 Third period No Penal ties Dempster 5 Wedderburn 9 Andreachuk Oflilvie 14 McDonald SOUTHERN ALBERTA BOXING ELIMINATIONS MARCH 27th Starting Finals at TABER CiVIC CENTRE AUDITORIUM OVER 80 BOXERS IN ATTENDANCEAU CLASSES 00 Ringside 50 Fergie boasts that he was involved in one of the few rink rat strikes in the history of Canadian it was inspired by a demand for more When we didnt get says we retaliated by cutting the rinks water which meant they couldnt get a fresh sheet of ice between of the hockey The owners found out who did it and banned us from The Forum for a whole hoping one of us would snitch on the Nobody and in the end our move paid off wound up getting a raise to 35 cents In Fergie worked his way up to the job of stickboy for the Vancouver then a member of the Western His tough guy philosophy was partially molded one night when Larry then with massaged Phil Maloney of Vancouver in front of the Canucks When Zeidel invited any of the other Canucks to do battle with him nobody Young Ferguson was appalled by the scene and vowed that he never would let an enemy beat up one of his it was no coincidence that Zeidel and Ferguson dashed when they were foes in the American Ik Fergusons competitive edge also was honed to sharpness by Bill Legs a former Ottawa Senators goaltender who became coach of the Saskatchewan Junior I got an invitation to leave Vancouver and play Junior hockey in said so I got on a tram at Vancouver one day and1 got to Melville at three the next Imagine my antazement when the train pulled into Melville and this lanky met me at the plat Tlie first thing he did after introducing himself to me was to frisk me from head to I guess Vancouver kids had a reputation for being something less than good Unlike the Bobby Orrtype Junior stars who make the jump directly to the NHL these Fergie labored long and hard in the He claims it all was worthwhile and now ha can look back to those old days with especially the rollicking days of Junior hockey on the One night we were leaving when our car got stuck in the snowbank off the side of the he It must have been 30 below zeio at the time and it looked like we were never going to get the car back in cne of the other players and myself started walking along the looking for We came upon an old farmhouse which had some lights I went up to the but nobody Apparently the people were afraid to open the door be cause they didnt know who was out there and didnt want to take any Somehow or other we managed to convey our problem to them and they opened the The farmer went to the harnessed a huge horse and walked two miles down the road with Fergie and He then chained the horse to the car bumper after a few induced the horse to drag the car out of the Fergie says he has an endless collection of stories of Ins minor league He laughed when he recalled the night of a New Years Eve game in Prince Albert long We had planned to celebrate with a few beers after the Ferguson but we made the mistake of leaving the case of beer in the ear When ue opened the trunk after the game the beer was frozen solid1 MALE HELP WANTED Man required to operate a modern Radio Controlled Tow Truck To cover Lethbridge and Must have pleasing personality and be free to be on 24hour Apply Box stating rcfoioncrs Minor hockey The Cougars opened their Bantam B playoff series against the Eagles with a 53 comeback victory last The Cougars trailed 10 after the first period in the first game of the twogame total goal series but came back with four goals in the second to Cain the Darrol Wasileski and H u i s e r picked up the Eagles goals while Gretzinger paced the Cougars with Richard Shardlow rounded out the Cougars markers with two In Pec Wee action the Flyers camt up with two unanswerec goals in the third period to edge the Sabres 20 last Mikr Dflicer nnd Wcs Fincllay bikini in Iho I h i r d pel iO as lh rliihi plajirl FLIGHTY JOCKEYHis feet still in the jockey Don Sunderland flies through he air after his Secret fell at an open ditch at Plumpton Race in Neither was The horse following also fell with his Sports of all sorts CALGARY INK TWO CALGARY CP Veteran centre Basil Bark and offensive back Rudy Linterman have been signed for the 1971 West ern Football Conference sea Calgary Stampeders an nounced Bark came to the Stamped ers before the start of last sea son in a trade for Tery Evan shen who went to the Montreal used both as a ballcarrier and is in his fourth year with Cal APPOINTED ASSISTANT OTTAWA CPI Angus director of physi cal education ant athletics at Mount Allison Univer s i t y in has b e e n ap pointed resource assistant at the administrative centre for sport and recreation in it was announced The centre states in a news release that man ager of Canadas national bas ketball team for the last three has wide experience in amateur NOT RECOGNIZED MANILA AP The World Holing Council said today a title defence by lightweight champion Ken Buchanan of Scotland against Ismael Laguna of Panama at Madison Square Garden June 9 will be contrary to a WBC FAVORITES WIN LONDON CP Rudy Har tono of Indonesia and Ippei Ko jima of joint favorites tn win the AllEngland badminton won thenway through the first two rounds at mens singles Jets leading Maple Leafs SPOKANE AP Spokane Jets scored three goals early in the third period Wdenesday night to defeat Nelson Maple Leafs 63 and take a 21 lead in their bestofseven Western International Hockey League final The Jets scrambled to a 31 lead after the first period but Nelson surged back to tie it 33 in the Spokane slam med in two goals within the first two minutes of the third period and the Leafs failed to mount a rally after Dave Toner accounted for two of Spokanes counters with Vince Collins Ken Gustafson Tom Hodges and Charhe Goodwin added the other Nelsons Jim McCrae found the range twice and Bob Mc Ivor scored JOINS BENYS SALES STAFF ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division L Boston Mew York Montreal T F A PI Buffalo Detroit Vancouver Chicago Louts Minnesota Phila Pittsburgh Los Angeles California NHL LEADERS 12 7 37J 191 115 45 17 11 239 164 101 39 21 13 268 196 91 36 30 7 236 192 79 21 39 13 198 278 55 20 10 198 283 SO 21 43 7 201 275 19 West Division 47 17 9 265 173 103 30 35 17 199 192 77 38 30 15 183 20B 71 26 32 14 194 213 66 2 34 18 209 223 60 22 38 12 216 282 56 19 49 5179287 43 6 A Pts Pirn 67 64 141 71 37 96 133 87 50 60110 4 Al 59 101 109 SI 95 31 37 43 80 24 30 41 74 112 20 54 74 96 Baltimore Cleveland Hershey Rochester Bos Bos Bos Bos R Chi Tor BoS Bos AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Merest 27 29 12 209 226 tA Providence 25 2 12 230 216 Springfield 27 32 8 224 262 62 Quebec 23 29 15 195 222 61 Weitern Division 37 18 8 238 197 B2 34 25 7 541 185 75 28 28 10 219 194 66 22 32 10 194 213 54 HOCKEY SCORES National Montreal 5 Philadelphia I Toronto 6 California 0 Chicago 2 Boston 1 Pittsburgh 8 Detroit 2 American Hershey 4 Cleveland 2 Western Portland 5 Salt Lake 3 San Diego 4 Seattle 2 Eastern Charlotte 5 Greensboro 0 Charlotte leads bestofseven semi final 30 Central Tul58 3 Amarlllo 2 Oklahoma 3 Dallas 3 Kansas City 4 Omaha 2 Alberta Senior Calqary 5 Edmonton 2 Calgary leads bestofseven final 30 British Columbia Junior Victoria 6 ChilliwacK A Victoria leads bestofseven quarter finals 10 New Westminster 4 Vancouver 3 Best ofsevcn quarterfinal tied 11 World Hockey Sweden 1 Finland 1 Soviet Union 3 Czechoslovak Alberta Junjor Red Dser Lethbridge 1 Red Deer leads bestofseven final 30 SOCCER SCORES EUROPEAN CUP Greece 0 Eng land 0 Penathlnaikos wms on 22 aggregate because of having scored in the sway each such goal counting Red Belgrade 4 Carl Zelss Germany o Red Star 63 on aggregate Legla Warsaw 1 Athlotico Madrid 1 Athletico wins on 22 Ing scored away from home CUP WINNERS FC Germany 1 PSV Holland 0 Eirdhoven wins 21 on CUP WINNERS CUP Real Madrid 2 Cardiff 0 Real Madrid wins 21 on aggregate Chelsea 4 Bruges Belgium 0 Chelsea wins 42 on aggregate Manchester City 2 GorniK and o TIeJ on aggregate Playoff In Copenhagen next Wednesday FAIRS CUP Bayern Munich 1 Liverpool 1 Liverpool wins ll on aggregate Vitoria Portugal 1 Leeds 1 Leeds wins 32 on aggregate EUROPEAN CUP Celtic 1 Ajax Amsterdam 0 wins 31 on aggregate ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Crystal Palace 0 Huddersfleld 3 Division M Oxford 1 Portsmouth 1 DIVISION HI Plymouth 4 Reading 0 Shrewsbury 0 Brig hon 1 Division IV Workington 1 Brentford 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 Aberdeen 4 Ayer United 1 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply Polyester Cord or JACK HOVAN Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobila wish to announce that Jack Hovan recently joined their Sales Jack was brought up in Lethhndqe and received his school i Ho spent two years in the Royal Canadian Jack is very interested in Scuba divinrj os n sport HP ninny friends nnd 33 Other sizes priced comparably ELRICH TIRE hi nt far thrtr ntor COMPLETE TIRE 401 South SALES i SERVICE Morn 3374445 ;