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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE D-THBRirCE HERAUJ Montlny, May Pee Wee champions Lethbridge Pee Wee Marlands won the Alberta A championship as well as the A division title at the Blair- more tournament this past year for their most successful season to date. The champs are, froijt, left to right, Gor- don Tait. Kelly Leirch and Brian Kanewischer. Centre, left to right, Greg Loshny, Mark Lilly, Neal Povey, Bruce Ander- son, Kevin Hamilton, Frank Kogler and John Jacobsoru Back, left to right, coach Bill Povey, Vince Petherbridge, Tod Takeyasu, Allan Gepneris, Bob Odney, John Fraser, Mark Tokariuk, Bill Boyce, ond Tiv Erais. Missing is Brent Montieth. Thrash Remparts 9-1 in final iriboros class of juniors MONTREAL (CP) Quebec most valuable player in the Remparts coach Orval Tessier, week-long tournament, his team whacked 9-1 by To- Glenn Goldup and Peter Mar- ronto Marlboros in the srdden-1 rin also scored twice for the death championship game for Marlboros and team-mates the Memorial Cup, Canada's na- J Brad Winton, Paulin Bordeleau tional junior hockey crown, had j and Wayne Dillon added sin- no excuses Saturday night. "I don't think there's a jun- ior hockey team in Canada that could have beaten the Marlies he said. "They are the best junior club I've seen in a long time. Toronto would have beaten any- body, anywhere tonight. "And that Ferae, hes some hockey Tessier added, referring to Mark Howe, who scored two goals and assisted on three others in Saturday's fi- nal. Howe also was named the gles. Yvon Dupuis scored for Que- bec at of the first period to give the Remparts a short-lived 1-0 lead. Marlies grabbed a 2-1 lead be- fore the period ended, outshot the Remparts 20-5 and out- scored them 3-0 in the second and added four more goals in the final 20 minutes. The Marlboros outshot Que- bec in every period and held an Gals fastball tonig Wo- gets with 3- Sper-cJ t'ini> Troll Set holds 'he exact speed you want. 2, Troll all day, then dash for home with- out a sputter. Thunderbolt 0 ignition and Perma-Gap spark plugs fire smooth, clean, and quiet. 3. Glide through weeds and over underwater obstructions with the smooth, slanted leading edge of Glide-Angle design. f 4. Gears and bearings survive the hardest knocks. Mercury design keeps the water out, "lubricants in. There are more features to get you more fish. Stop In today and CM the 9.8-hp Mircury (or anothtr Mini Mtrc) fljhtna machine. The 1973 Lethbridge men's Fastball League under way this evening two games. Five teams. Park Plaza, Great West Tire. Bantams, Winston Churchill High School and the Labor Club, will see action this season. Tonight Great the Labor Club West meets in the first game immediately opener. range of power: 4, T.5, 9.8, 20, 40, 50, 85. 85, US, 350 HP. Far nearest Marcury Dealer, sn under "Outboard or contact Mercury Marine Ltd., Box4B3, Mississauga Ontario ;7MS YEAR? MERCS SET 'NEXT TOWS STANOARDt Mercury and Lloyd Bridges slaf again this ytar in television's most excitini boating World II." See your local TV listings for time anfctation. game set for Dave Elton Park at Park Plaza and Churchill tangle in the second after the The gals will play a double- header each Monday evening and are hoping for a banner year with the help of local sup- port. Meanwhile, the men's league kicks off Tuesday at Dave Elton with the Mews Media meeting the Old Timers at Miners' Library takes on the Lethbridge Hotel North Stars in the second encounter. Any Old-Timers still wishing to play are asked to contact j Jocko Tarnava this evening or early Tuesday morning. over-all advantage in shots of 53-20. Only the work of goalie Pierre Perusse saved Quebec from further embarrassment. Toronto's Memorial Cup win was their first since 1967. Marlboros coach George Arm- strong said Quebec "was a bet- ter team than they showec tonight.'' "The key factor to our win was that we met the Remparts at the blueline. We stood up to I them. We couldn't let them across the blueline because j they're such great skaters and handle the puck well." But most of the talk after Sat- urday's game centred on Howe. In tba corridor, near the Mar- jlies dressing room, stood his proud father, Gordie, who some say was the greatest of them all in the National Hockey League. "He had a great Howe said, referring to Mark. "Still, I've seen him play better games, like the night he scored five goals against Ottawa." Young Howe's performance placed him on the tournament all-star team along with team- mates goalie Mike Palmateer, defenceman Bob Dailey and right winger Paulin Bordeleau. Quebec centre Andre Savard and defenceman Jean Landry rounded out the team. Palmateer, who allowed six goals in three games, was the tournament's outstanding goal- tender. Bowling More sport on page 10 CAPRI BOWL TUESDAY NIGHT Em Willcocks 272, Ethel Skinner 252, Lola Johnson 238 Eileen Barton 266 Edith Voth 273 Shirley Boyd 256, Marlies Moch 251, Issie Ors- ten 245, May Hiebert 241 Loretfe Karbonik 244. WEDNESDAY MORNING Dorothy Sorenson 272 Dorothy Harrison 266, Lind Aspeslet 294 Betty Zsovan 298 Pat Plomp 323 Peggy Forry 259, Helen Weets 252, Chris Ell 237 (650) Erma McGwire 248 (6921, Irene Lynde 23S. WEDNESDAY NITE MIXED Jim Higa 255 Marvin Higa 302 Lew Mills 262 Lovra Novak 262, John Rempel 300 Sam Girardl 282 Beryl Smith 244, Helen Higa 214, Karlyn Spitzer 202, Verda Hamilton 211. Amateur draft under way Tuesday Moment of truth here for young hockey stars MONTREAL. (OP) In th past, players graduating from the junior hockey ranks had t wait until the second week i; June to find out which profes sional hockey organization was interested in them But this year, the suspense will end quickly for the young stprs as both the Nationa Hockey League and the Work Hockey Association hbld their draft of juniors this week. The NHL draft, usually a part of the NHL's annual meetings in June, will take place here on Tuesday while the WHA drafl will be in Toronto Friday, and Saturday. The general ttmsens'js of many scouts attending the morial Cup playoffs here last week is that Denis Potvin of Ot- ;awa 67s will be the No. 1 pick in both drafts. Potvin, who stands six feel and weights 195 pounds is a nigged defenceman and also can handle the puck when he wants to. Potvin finished fifth in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series scoring race with 35 goals and 88 assists. He also had 232 minutes in penal ies. New York Islanders have the Lop pick in the NHL session anc they made one move during the regular season to try and as- sure themselves of landing Pot- vin. They acquired his brother Jean in a trade with Phila- delphia Flyers. WHO'S N0.2? Who will be drafted No. 2 is a natter that sparks a lot of de- >ate. Montreal Canadiens, who lave the second pick in the CL draft by virtue ear- ier trade with California Golden Seals, are looking for centre strength. Some feel Montreal will opt :or Tom Lysiak, who led the Western Canada Hockey League in scoring with 154 points on 58 ;oals and 96 assists while toil- ing for Medicine Hat Tigers. Others think that Andre Sav- aid, the team captain of Quebec lemparts, runner-up to Toronto Harlboros in the Memorial Cup chase, will be chosen. Lysiak was a bust for the Ti- ;ers in the Memorial Cup play- iffs while Savard, who had 67 goals and 84 assists during the Quebec Major Junior A lockey league season, was :learly the Remparts' top layer and was named to the all-star team at the national major junior A finals here. Lysiak has already said he is lot interested in being drafted iy Montreal not because he has anything against the organ- zation but he would rather not spend the rest of my life with ys (Nova Scotia) Voyageurs." "I'd rather go to an ex- >ansion team or maybe some established team that needs at Lysiak said ast week. Savard on the other hand mind being picked up y Montreal. If he is selected, e would join former team- nate Guy Lafleur in the Cana- iens' organization. Lafleur and avard played on Quebec's Me- morial Cup championship team 1971. Other top forwards in the draft are: Ververgaert, a left winger who fired 58 goals and added 89 assists for London Knightts of the OHA. a n n y McDonald, who scored 62 goals and 77 assists, while playing on a line with Ly- siak. Dunlop, a centre who won the OHA scoring champion- ship, scoring 60 goals and add- ing 99 assists for Ottawa. Rota, brother of Randy Rota now in the Cana- diens' organization and a 73- goal man for Edmonton Oil Kings of the WOHL. Toronto Marlboros, this year's Memorial Cup cham- pions, have four players who are prime picks. Defenceman Bob Dailey, who stands six feet five inches and weighs 215 pounds, is expected to be one of the top 10 selec- tions. Other Marlies expected to go high are Paulin Bordeleau, a right winger, his linemate Peter Marrin, who had 42 goals and 64 assists, and Glen Goldup, an- other right winger, who had 42 goals and 53 assists for 95 points. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Bait Chicago New York Montreal Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis W 20 17 12- 11 L Pet. GBL 13 .606 14 .548 15 .454 14 .462 19 .347 22 .267 2 fit 7Vz San Francisco Houston Cincinnati Uos Angeles Atlanta San Diego West 25 22 19 19 12 12 22 .676 .647 .594 .559 .387 .353 3V: 10 11'A Bruce blew it on 72nd FORT WORTH, Tex. fAP) _ 'It said Tom Weiskopf, 'a heck of a way to win a golf .ournament." But he wasn't complaining. "I don't want to be hypocri- ical. You got to feel happy. But t's a different kind of win." Weisfcopf plucked the Colonial National Invitation title 'rom Bruce Crampton's hip wcket on the 72nd and final lole Sunday. It was more a gift than theft, actually. Bui Weiskopf quoted his old friend Jack Nicklaus, in sum- mation "A golf tournament is 72 holes. You have to play all of hem. Your scores on the first iole are as important as your cores on the last." And it was the last hole, vhere Crampton took a double- six, that Weiskopf won he tournament, sitting on a olding chair behind the tree. Weiskopf collected the op prize by a stroke, finishing vith a one-under-par 69 or 276, vhich included a par on the last ole, some 10 minutes before Crampton showed up. Crampton. the leader for iree rounds, drifted to a 73 vhich enabled defending hampion Jerry Heard, with a lirdie at the 18th, to tie for sec- nd at 277. Each earned It pushed Crampton's win- ungs, to for the year, till tops on the PGA circuit. Lee Elder took fourth at 278 or and Julius Boros, at ven par 280, was fifth for Coach feels team must perk up English side looking tired LONDON (AP) England's' land and Scotland for the Brit- soccer team, looking tired and ish title Saturday, jaded, need to improve its The game will have more im- Total Farm Supply Service Aluminum Car Toppers, Trailers COMPLETE LINE OF Mercury Fishing Motors 4, 7V2r 9.8, 20 H.P. 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They are unlikely to be fit to play against Wales Wednes- day. Scotland and Northern Ire- land also meet Wednesday at Glasgow. If the games go as ex- pected, the stage will be set for a decisive clash between Ene- portance than usual. Both coun- tries have a good chance of qualifying for the World Cup fi- nals and will be all out to boost their morale with a victory. But even before the tourna- ment started, Ramsey de- nounced it as taking place at the wrong the end of a hard season when the players are tired. "Most of them are involved in vital championship matches, and English clubs are nearly al- ways competing in finals of Eu- ropean competitions, Ramsey told reporters. "I don't like playing the tour- nament at this time of the year when the players are jaded. But the matter is out of my hands." In picking his team, Kamsey left out stars from two English which faces A.C. Milan in the final of the Eu- ropean Cup of Cup Winners at Salonika next Wednesday, and Liverpool, which is engaged in a two-leg final of the TJEFA cup with Borussia Moenchen Glad- bach of West Germany. Ramsey said the injuries to Moore and Chivers were both very painful but not serious. They will undergo treatment in the hope of being fit for play Saturday. Scotland, under new manager Willie Ormond, introduced five new men in the team that beat Wales. Derek Parlane, 20-year-old Glasgow Rangers' striker, made a good impression but it was an old hand. George Graham of Manchester United, who scored both of Scotland's goal. (NAM-BUCK-PIE KUNG-FU) KARATE STUDIOS POWER FITNESS SUCCESS IS FITNESS IS. SUCCESS IS YOUR FUTURE PHONE FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW 3280241 Open 10 a.m. 258A- 13th St. N. TODAY'S GAMES New York Kaosman (5-0) at Chi- cago Hooton '4-2> Montreal Renko (2-2) at Pittsburgh Sriles (1-3) Philadelphia Brett (o-l) or Lonborg (2-4) at St. Louis Cleveland (2-3) at Houston Griffin (0-1) San Francisco Bradley (2-1) at San Diego Corkins Only games scheduled. i SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Philadelphia 200 ooo 572 Chicago 000 031 470 Carlton Brandon and Rader, Sadak (81. HPs- Hi, Ferguson and Hum- phrey, Boccabella Billy Mur- phy Granger (8) and Simmons. Philadelphia 5 0 Chicago 000 200 10 1 Twitchell Scarce Wilson (7) and Boone, Reuschel (3-2) and Rudolph. HR: Chi Rudolph Los Angeles 012 002 9 2 San Francisco 021 ooo 9 2 Sutton, Ricnert Culver (1-2) Rau and Ferguson; Willoughby, Sosa McDowell Moffitt (8', Bryant (4-3) (9) and Rader. HR: McCovey New York 100 000 13 0 Pittsburgh 000 009 2 2 Seaver (4-3) and Dyer; Moose Rooker Giusti (9) and May. HR: San Diego 000 000 2 1 2 Atlanta 005 6'0 18 1 Caldwell Miller Arlin Troedson (7) and Kendall, Corrales Gentry (4-2) and Dates. HRs: SD Colbert At) Johnson Cincinnati 100 5 1 Houston 100 004 10 0 Grimsley Carroll (6) Sprague (8) and Plummer; Reuss York (8) and Howard, Edwards LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. OBU Milwaukee Baltimore New York Boston Detroit Cleveland Chicago Kansas City California Oakland Minnesota Texas 14 14 .500 14 16 .467 13 15 14 17 14 18 .464 .452 .438 West 18 8 .692 50 12 .625 15 13 .536 17 IS 12 14 10 17 .531 .462 .370 1 1 1 2 AB R H Pet. Ill 19 41 .369 68 10 25 .368 120 25 44 .367 47 12 24 .358 90 12 32 .356 23 32 .348 96 20 33 .344 83 9 28 .337 136 22 45 .331 118 25 39 .331 Sanfo, Chi Mota, LA Watson, Hou Fairly, Mtl Maddox, SF Stargell, Pgri Morgan, Cin Goodson, SF Cedeno, Hou Cardenal, Chi Home runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh; H. Aaron, Atlanta, Bench, Cincin- nati; McCovey, San Francisco, Runs batted In: Bench, Cincinnati; Watson, Houston; Ferguson, Los An- qeles, A. Oliver, Pittsburgh; Bonds, San Francisco, Pitching (4) decisions: Koosrnan, New York, Sosa, San Francisco, (1.000) Billingham, Cincinnati, TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Kaat (4-2) and Corbln (0-1) at Texas Paul (3-2) and Stan- house (0-3) Detroit Coleman (6-2) at New York Pelerson (3-4) Baltimore Alexander (3-0) at Boston Lee (3-0) California Singer (5-1) st Kansas City Drago (3-2) Cleveland Wood (8-2) at Milwaukes Champion (0-1) Chicago Bahnsen (5-2) at Oakland Holtzman (6-2) SUNDAY'S RfeSULTS FIRST Baltimore New York 000 101 480 Pena Jackson '7) and Hen- dricks, Williams Sfottlemyre Lyle (8i and Munscn. HRs: Murcer White Blomberg Nettles SECOND Baltimore .020 040 It I New York 302 000 S 0 McNally, Watt (3-2) Jackson (7) and Etchebarren, Williams Ke- kich, McDaniel (1-1) Magnuson (6) and Moses. HR: Cleveland 300 000 370 Boston 001 005 8 13 0 Wilcox, Lamb (1-1) Mmgeri Farmer '8> and Duncan; Pattin (2-6) and Fisk. HRs- Bos (2) Harper Minnesota Oil 100 5 10 1 Kansas City 050 000 031 Wcodson (2-1) and Mitterwald; Busby Jackson (9) and Taylor, Healy HR: Milwiukee 010 030 001 14 Detroit 100 020 370 ColbOrn, Short (1-0) Linzy (10) and Porter; Perry, Hiller (0-2) '5) and Freehan. HRs- (2) Det Brown Chicago 000 OH 0 t 1 California 100 020 370 Gossage (0-2) and Brinkman; May (4-2) and Torborg. HR: cer Oakland I 1 Texas ''Id 120 7 II 0 Hunter Fingers (5) Linlblsd 7i Knowles (S) and Fosse; Siebert '1-D, Gogolewski (6) and Suarez. HR: SATURDAY 010 Oil T' 1 Texas 001 000 8 Odom Pina Llndblad (9) and Fosse; Broberg Dunning (6) and Suarez. Milwaukee 042 000 t t Detroit 010 000 6 1 Slaton <2-2) and Felske; Fryman Scherman Seelbach '6) and Freehan. HR: Baltimore COO 000 1 New York 003 020 12 1 Cuellar Reynolds Scott (71 and Hendncks; Medich (3-1) and Munson. HRs: San- chez (1) Cleveland lit 032 18 8 Boston 100 100 261 Perry '5-4) and Duncan; Cur- tis McGlothen Garman (8) and Fisk. HRs: Duncan Chicago 001 300 13 1 California 110 12 t Fischer, Stone (0-1) Acoste (7) and Brinkman: Wright, Sells (2-0) Rvan '8) and Torborg. Minnesota oil) 001 4 e Kansas City 000 202 1 Hands Sanders (6) and Roof; Splittorff (6-1) and Taylor. LEAGUE LEADERS AB 62 92