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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mofth 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID Canucks miss first shutout Unger continues to impress Blues IAN At coach Jack Canadian Press Sloff Writer j Gordon and general manager Garry tagged ray yvien uee b kind of playei by coach Scoity Bowman when he armed in Louis follow ing a lateseason i trade Detroit Red j continued to impiess the Blues i brass Tuesday night The Edmonton native scored the winner in a 43 thrillewith i Los Angeles Kings while Van i comer Canucks nipped Minne I sola North Stars 21 in the only other National Hockey League suggestions tne Noitli were juckeung to finish fwuth in Division and at Clueago is at thereby miss plamg Chicago York Pen Black Hawks m the quaiteifi gums entertain Buffalo luils the plav at Los Ange Tonisht Boston Bruins les and in Oakland Detroit is minst ma Gulden Seals Bnlh s Cecil scries Bucks triumph By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Basketball Assoeiation action J1J1W uiluiv Atlanta New York Knicks cleared a Tuesday night and a 11 lead in then major hurdle in the defence Willis Reed and Dick Barnett Eastern Conference semifinal ii Cir title and Milwaukee Bucks combined on fne straight free J But lae cemio i d Francisco miseucs throws to break a 101101 deadj Two ciuual San Francisco pot off to a slow start at Detroit The goal was Ungers 27th the a far cry from the 42 he tallied as a Red Wing last TOPS IN CITY The Hamilton Junior High School Hornets won the cily boys junior high championship re The winners back left to Ros Martin Gordon Ron Don Hal and coach Dennis left to ore Kevin DuviJ Bruce Jim Glenn Roy Robin son and manager Jim Missing were Doug David son and Bryan after missing most of the proj season camp while recuperating j from a swimming pool I labelled for NHL star dom in the Toronto never got an opportunity to prove his worth with the Maple Leafs Thev traded him along with Frank Pete Stemkowski and the playing i rights to Car Brewer for De tioils Norm Paul Hen deison and Floyd 1 That was in and in the succeeding years Unger built a j for the year in IOF owling Banter GAIS CITY CHAMPS Catholic Central won fhe jun ior high school girls basketball crown The win ners front left to Pat Kathy Jean ette Julie Diane Grbavac end Carol Back left to are coach Shiela Wendy Maureen Mickey Heather fucy and manager Kathy Missing was Liz Russian coach impressed ivith showing Americans push Soviet squad legion of followers among the Red Wing paiticulaily in teenage set MOVE A SURPRISE j All the more surprising that who less than a week earlier had been listed among Detroits suddenly found himself at Louis in exchange for Blues Gordon Red Berenson I think Im getting used to the Unger said re St Louis is but the game is still the same up and down the He works obsened thats what I He knows the shortest dis tance to the net is a straight game winner came just minutes after Eddie Joyal had tied the game for the second time as the surprising Kings outshot Louis 3631 in the Larry Mickey had put Los An geles on even terms early in the third period but Wayne Con another former Red Wing sent the Blues into a 32 PLASSE JUKES DEBUT The game marked the NHL debut of Louis goalie Michel Plasse who earlier this year be came the first modemday pro fessional goaltender to score a That was with Kansas City of the Central The vic Oklahoma had re moved their goalie for a sixth attacker in an effort to tie their scheduled Summaries to their advantage in National i lock and send the Knicks to a late in the gamp i helped Milwaukee grab a 114102 victory over the Tiie f i Bucks now lead the bestof seven Western C o n f e r e n c e semifinal i In other Bob scored 17 of his ifi points in the j final quai lei in leading Chicago j Bulls to a 112102 victory and tie then Western semifinal with Los Angeles Lakers at two games and Baltimore Bullets i outed Philadelphia 7Gers 120105 for a 31 lead in their Eastern Reeds free thiow with 4 10 remaining gave New York a 102101 lead which Atlanta never AT GLENDALE Mary Ami Robinson took the honor as the womens bowlerottheweek with a personal high she reeled off 241 and 184 for a 718 218 big pins over her average of 158 as she hit her hottest stride of the the mens Mike ccpped the laurels for the hes been aver aging a steady 212 this year but came up with 311 and 234 for a juicy SCO 224 pins over his to hit the high spots riming the week were Ellen King 298 and 793 and Karen Cainey 268 and 758 in Hay Belly Paterson with a big 361 and 885 triple and Bea Salmon 298 m Shoppers House 321 in Chinook Robin Whecldun 340 and a solid 831 in Commercial Bill Bach 286 and John Scattergood 276 and 766 and Sandy Scattergood 270 and 772 in B and E Rick Larson 766 and Sandra Westimg 271 and 724 m CHEC and Dieter Bechtold 2ti7 and 756 and Dale Fitzsimmons 714 in SouthAlta REED ICES IT Barnett added free throws with lef and another pair with remaining before Reeds tipin 40 seconds later made it 108101 and iced it for New Walt Frazier led New York scoring with 26 Barnelt added The Bucks frittered away a 15point lead at home as the Warriors surged to within one i Then Milwaukee I converted two turnovers into points and pulled away from a 9695 Lew Alcindor paced Uie Bucks with 33 points while Jerry Lucas was high for San Francisco wiUi GENEVA CP1 The coach 1 squad whose only other distinc tion is to be tied with West Ger many for last place in the six of the United States hockey game dined on vodka and cav iar Tuesday but it wasnt the victors it was a gift from So viet coach Anatoli Tarasov to Hurray Williamson for the spir ited fight the team put up before falling 75 to the Soviets in world hockey competition earlier in the It was the hardestfought game the well oiled Russian hockey machine has encountered in this years And it didnt do a thing to alter the which give the Soviets 15 poults for seven wins and one compared willi 11 points for s e c o n d p 1 a c e The Soviet lead is and has been for several games almost unassailable except for statisti cal chances which are so far outside the realm of probability as to be the classy Russians were impressed enough with the team for Tarasov to embrace Williamson after the game and the United Stales was not weaker than us It was high praise for a country tournament with two pouits who said he Minor hockey The Bantam A semifinal playoffs between the Jets and the Maple Leafs will have to be settled in the final game of the twogame total goal series as they fought to a 44 draw last Dick Rigelhof kept the Jets in contention notching three goals while Harley Lep ard chipped with a single mark er to aid the Ron Austiing led the Maple Leafs attack ramming in two goals while Wade Popson and Kelly Vaykovich managed a goal The Ramblers captured theii Bantam B playoff series against the Monarchs with Da vid Toths overtime goal last Darryl Vogt topped the Ram first period of play In Pee Wee action the Bisons came back after their 42 loss in their first game of the two game total goal playoff series agamst the Penguins to win the series Last night the Bisons edged the Penguins 43 with the help of Ross Mathesoas three goal Chuck Moore picked up the winner with his third period For the Penguins Mark Jim Stevenson and Karai tomo managed a goal The Bantam Al berta their continued hot hand in Midget planned to celebrate with the vodka and caviar presented to him by added he feared his team had overex tended itself in the match against the He said the team must be able to play strongly in the final period of its game today against the scrappy Finnish team if it hopes to The Finns are in fourth place with seven two behind the thirdplaced who started out strongly in the tour but eventually fell be hind the who were origi nally rated right behind the So viet but unexpectedly lost their first two games and have spent the in evening i games catching In todays other the Swedes take another crack at the West Germans In their firstround the VANCOUVER 2 MINNESOTA 1 First Period IMta 11 Boudrias 12 07 Penalties Kurtenbach Second period 2 Paie ment 32 Popiel Penalties Wilkins 11 Mohns Third Penod 3 Oli ver 9 Lavjson 14 Penalty shots on goal by is Vancouver 12 10 JM Minnesota 1 fl Attendance ST LOUIS 4 LOS ANSELES 3 First Period I Los Lons berry 12 33 2 BordB leau 19 Huck 1542 3 Lorentz 19 Picard Pen alty Lonsberry Second Period No ties Piager Third Period 4 Los Angeles Mickey 6 5 51 Connelly 13 Selby 328 6 Los Joyal 18 Gren BackstroirO 7 St Unger 27 Marseille 17 Penal lies None Shots on goal by Los Angeles 3 I Louis Attendant Penal Arbour As league play heads into its final the individual highs for the year are Rohin Whceldon and Bill Koikoski tied for the mens high single with 405 while Francis Wright sports the top triple of Scattergoods 399 is high single so far this campaign among the gals with Dianne Violinis brilliant the high three for both the men and the Bowlers are reminded that entries for the CHEC mixed doubles tournament must be in by midnight Friday the 12game with over up for is scheduled to get under way at 11 oclock this Sunday tions aie now being taken for Glendales Spring leagues which are due to start the latter part of at the j desk for more information the Alberta open I pionships April The com petition will be at tha j Civic Competitors will weigh in at two oclock with preliminaries set to get under way at thres oclock with the finals to fol low at Registration for the oneday action is set for Monday at a cost of Winners of this competit Ion Judo event April 10 v ho6l o eham Malcolm Jones tops bareback EDMONTON CP A tall quiet Oklahoma Billy Hale flashed to a time of 4 6 seconds Tuesday night at the Canadian Western Rodeo to win the first round of the steer wrestling who leads the worlds standings in lus only rodeo Checotah and Swedes dropped the Germans nlcelill lOlliglll aslhey In Tuesdays other the The Clty Mens Commercial belted the TiCats Ron Meser led the West German went to defeat j League will hold a re i 40 at the hands of the biers scorers with a brace of willi two Guy goals while Kim Toreason added a Bruce Twa and Doug Stevens picked up a goal each for the Monarchs who led 10 after the crgamzation meeting tonight at The Czechs did not extend Kimuras Sporting Centre at 8 Reg Osmond and Joe Meh themselves against the Gcrj With j apparently saving their has earned 843 during the first three months of the rodeo He is a 17 year veter an of the rodeo but has never won a world champion Hale will earn about for his effort The man who trails Hale by only in the world Bill Lin derman of Belfry split second money with Bob Chris also of They j each won about I The end of the first round j bareback riding Tuesday night j saw Malcolm Jones 81 score of i Sunday afternoon stand up to take top money of Jones is from I Chris LeDoux of j took secondplace money i of wi h a score The first rounds of the calf roping and saddle bronc riding end tonight Phil Lyne of George i Tevis still leads the calf ropers The bull which is a one round event lasting all week saw a new Bobby Bcrger of scor ed 67 points Tuesday night Benny Reynolds of moved into second place with a The rodeo continues through Sunday with a total of j in prize money in the five rodeo will represent Alberta in the Canadian championships in May SEE PAGE 19 ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING 426 6th Street itis requested thai am team I in a time of 126 sc conds John Darrell Nason averted I effort for the big clash with the j wishing to participate in the of wmi woiwi rondedmithesconng Darrell Nason a a shutout for the TiCats with a second period goal j whom hey held to a j league this coming season be tie last week in Bern 73 points on Sunday leads the i In one Second major deal in last tivo days ior the two Sox trade to better position in standings Bv TIIE CAN PRESS Detroit shooting for the top of the American Leagues East and Chicago White trying to avoid the boltom of thc have both completed their sec ond trade in as many days as baseballs spring training sea son ncars its end The searching for more pitching in the wake of the Iractured skull suffered by Joe Colcman last ac diired veteran Dean Chance baseman Tony winner In other player thc celll Red Sox optioned outfielder pitcher Jerry Robertson That trade came 24 hours aflcr Detroit had acquired Bill Zepp from Minnesota Twins for j Fan is Tatum and pitcher Jim j tcmhers pennant mfieider Adams and player to be thc White j national Cleveland Indi aLonborg a 22gamp winner in to Louisville of Ihe Inlcr for Mmnosoia es re ing catcher in Boslon Tue field fence in Fenway s The Mcts paid said manager Eddie 7 for Boston lo Cleveland for thc Kasko Well work him into the in relict last had been rmhihander durin last Sop immediately and Im i something of a problem for tini going to try and calch him rcgj Red sometimes leaving the ulnrh club without nolKC who had swapped uliliiy men will Washingotn Senators Mon sending Tom McCraw for Ed came up with a mill lipiaycr swap cago sent catcher Duane Jo sephson and pitcher Danny ans pitchers Mike Paul and Ed Earmor and Ihe McU op lioncd pilchers Jon Matlack and Jim catcher Randy Bobb and uiihtyman Mike Jorgcnson The Tigers hope that Chance cnn regain In IB innings Ibis Chance had a 5W earned run allowing Hi inns and 17 touch won andpiomisins Rill Dcnchy frcm j Murphy I Boston Rod Sox for I him the Cy Young Award m New York Mcls in exchange fjrl reliever Vicenle Romo and first 11KM and made him a 20gamci The Red Sox hope over the acquisition of Joseph Hes a dead pull hitter and I he was sqiicercd out in Chicago guarantee hell help said Luis who came to Thc of Jovephson Boston fiom Chicago in a swap pnos the Rod four dining Ihe was elated Thc others arc rookie Bo gomery and Tom Sa il lano and Don Hay wood Bostons director of player indicated can solve a catchpg problem for them A hitler last hv four olher catchers including file liRunni that oni of thorn inipht bo in Kd 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