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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Ratelle places second this time around Perreault hauls in Lady Byng award MONTREAL Perreault, Buffalo Sabres' nifty centre, collected his second tro- phy in three National Hockey League seasons Tuesday, as he was named winner of the Lady Byng Trophy for 1972-73. The Lady Byng award goes annually to the player best combining sportmanship and high standard of playing ability. By winning the trophy, Per- reault also became the first player of a post-1967 NHL club to win two individual awards. He previously won the Calder Trophy as the league's rookie- of-the-year in 1970-71. Jean Ratelle, who won the Lady Byng award last season, was runner-up to Perreault in this year's balloting while veteran left winger John Buyck of Bos- ton Bruins was third. Perreault, 22, collected 118 Northwest Territories become AAHA members CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) The Northwest Territories was accepted as an affiliate of the Alberta Amateur Hockey Asso- ciation during the annual meet- ing of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) here Tuesday. In addition, the convention approved a recommendation from the rules committee tha any player who spits at a ref eree or a linesman will be sub ject to a match penalty. Ray Goulet of Yellowknife recreation officer for the tern- Stanfield goes to Minnesota BOSTON (AP) Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League obtained goalie Gilles Gilbert in a trade with Min- nesota North Stars for centre Fred Stanfield, the club an- nounced Tuesday. At a news conference at Bos- ton Garden, the club also an- nounced that veteran goalie Ed- die Johnston has been sent to Toronto Maple Leafs to com- plete a trade test March that brought goalie Jacques Plante to the Bruins. Plante, shortly after the end of the NHL season, signed with Quebec Nordiques of the World Hockey Association as coach and general manager. Gilbert, 24, appeared in 22 games last season and had a 3 05 goals-against average. Stanfield, 29, had 20 goals and 58 assists for 78 points in 78 games last season. Managing director Harry Sm- den of the Bruins said that Gil- bert "will be our No. 1 goalie." NO-TRADE CLAUSE Stanfield, 29, a veteran centre who also plajed the left point on the power play, had a no- tract. However, his lawyer, Arnold trade clause in his Boston con- Bloom of Boston, was reported to be negotiating a big settle- ment plus a new contract with the North Stars. In Toronto, a Leafs spokes- man said Johnston was selected from "about three or four play- ers' offered by the Bruins. The 37-year-old goalie played in 45 games for the Bruins last season, winning 24 for a 3.27 goals-against average. More sport on page 10 The Leafs spokesman said club management had not yet been in contact with Johnston about the possibility of renego- tiating his contract which has one year remaining. "I have been told I am a To- ronto Maple said John- ston in a telephone interview from his home. "However, I will have to think it over. I will discuss a long-term contract with the Maple Leafs.' Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Brown 257, Jim Arthur 245; Ben Evanson 236, Slim Berry 203, Henry Myers 206; Walter Baker 205; Hilda BianchI 215; Phyllis Murray 202, Ellen Johnson 215, Ruby Oseen 256; Rose Nunweiler 219; Mane Arth- ur 236, Jean Thomson 211. MONDAY NITE MIXED Ken Kurtz 289 Sam GirardI 302 Ross Barton 264 Joe Hart 302 Cliff Stickel 289 Kaz Haraga 263 Carol Hall 271 Eileen Barton 295 Naida Low 263, Lorraine Kirchner 252, Deb! Collier 247, Mary Stapleton 292; Rhea Beekman 247 SPEEDYS LADIES Maureen Ferguson 313 Bea Salmon 301 Jeanette Smeed 312 Anne Martin 252, Grace Beard 254, Irene Chiste 257, Elaine Brown 298 Jean Christie 261, Chris Stuckart 254, Jean Passey 252 SIMPSON SEARS Helen Rossetti 242, Dot Russell 253, Carol Allen 225, Laverne Block 288, Brownie KamlnskI 233 Tom Pratt 232, Td Rossetti 251 Brian Rossetti 268 Bob Legge 211, Jim Vanderzee 211, Alan Bird 204. SR. CITIZENS Jim Whelan 300, Dave Oliver 292, Bill Jensen 227, Bert Madill 220, Jim Arthur 213, Ben Evanson 216, Maggie Oliver 289, Lil Holt 239, Katie Plrk 232, Velma Miller 225, Ruby Oseen 225, Rose Nunweiler 214 MON. NITE MIXED Sam Girardi 285 Ken Kurtz 281 Andy Stapleton 261, Tom Higa 236, Darryl Lagler 257 Cliff Stickel 237, Lorraine Klrchner 286 Debl Collier 247 Lola Johnson 262 Mary Stapleton 243 Sally Haraga 282 DOUBLES Sid Pollock 271, Leona PedrinI 270, Pat Plomp 277, Kalie Pednni 289, John Wildman 266, Tarn] Wakelen 235, Kim Kovacs 234, Ron Gretzmger 234 torial government, said there were boys playing mino hockey and at least 200 player at intermediate and senior lev els in his area. "I am sure we will be credit to the CAHA." Goulet previously coachec Buckingham, Que., Beavers the Central Junior league be- fore accepting his present posi tion "It's expensive operatin hockey in the Northwest Terri Goulet said, "becausi of the vast area we cover. Inuvik to Yellowknife for example, is miles. We have a lot of flying involvec and this costs a lot of money. Goulet said the Northwes Territories conducts house leagues, but has reached the point that "we want to compete at ths national level." Goulet said seven graduates from the Territories have al ready been chosen by Major Junior A and minor professiona hockey teams. "It is not our intention to breed professionals, but after our territorial champions are declared, the boys are at dead end "We think it is only fair that they should have a chance to challenge the teams in the es- tablished branches." The CAHA also approved use of a stick gauge designed by Tom Lawson of Ottawa. The de- vice, for measuring curvature and length of hockey stick blades, is said to be superior to those used in the National Hockey League. A referees' clinic will be held in Winnipeg Sept. 28-30, the meeting decided. WOULD CONTROL TOURS The CAHA outlawed overseas tours by minor hockey groups unless arranged or approved by ihe association. Gordon Juckes of Ottawa, executive director, d said the problem of over- seas hockey tours" is rapidly Becoming a "hopeless mess 'We have everybody from ravel agents to uncles and aunts with relatives in Eu- ropean countries setting up these tours." Juckes said high school teams are one of the biggest offenders and the CAHA ca do little about it because those teams are not under CAHA jurisdic- tion. Several delegates reported ihat last year a high school :eam took four players from heir midget team during the jlayoffs and "we were left hoid- ng the bag." The meeting continued today with resolutions concerning Ma- ior Junior A. FIT FOR A KING! from LEO SINGER'S are sure to please. CHOOSE FROM OUR LARGE SELECTION OF SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS AND DRESS SHIRTS By the leading Canadian makers. In a host of patterns and plains. All sizes in a wide choice of colors. Keep Dad cool and happy this summer. FOR THE GOLFING DAD May we suggest a pair of Knit Slacks or a great new Golf Jackef. Warm Weather's Here! Be the first to see our new BATHING TRUNKS AND CABANA SETS WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE LIFE YOU tEAD CHARGEX LEO SINGER'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 214 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 Duck! Cleveland base runner Buddy Bell ducks out of the way as Baltimore first baseman Boog Powell grabs a pick- off throw in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's American League game. The throw to first came from Oriole's starter Dave McNally, who uncorked three wild pitches in the con- test. The Indians won, 5-3, scoring two runs in the ninth inning. Miners defeat Athletics 8-2 The Lethbridge Miners post- ed their second straight vic- :ory of the season as they de- feated the Labor Club Athletics 8-2 in Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League action Tuesday night. George Santoni gave up only lour hits to earn the mound win while loser George Jackci was tagged for eight. Corrido Santoni and Larry Tratch paced the Miners with solo home runs while Jackc and Jerry PaskusM stroked lome runs in a losing cause. In the second encounter oi the night, the Lethbridge Hote North Stars edged the Leth bridge Generals 9-8 in an extra inning. Dennis Hydychuk went the distance for the victory while reliever Tom Yip suffered the loss. Yip came in to relieve Kaye Elliott in the fifth inning. Jim Tratch led the winners at the plate with a home run while Elliott and Wally Kruch- kywich stroked home runs in losing cause. League action will resume to- night when the Miners meet he Generals at 7 p.m. and Pic- .ure Butte Rae Motors tackle .he Athletics at p.m. at the Dave Elton Park. Meanwhile in Lethbridge Ladies' Softball League play Monday, the Labor Club Larks whipped Park Plaza 13-3. Nan Iwaskiw picked up the win fanning five while Kathy Mueller suffered the loss after iring the third strike past eight matters. Eva Deringer stroked a pair if doubles and a single in the vin while Iwaskiw aided her )wn cause with a triple. In another contest, the Ban- .am girls trounced the Midget iris 14-4 with Katiiy McCtrne arning the mound victory ov- er Jane Busowsky. Match penalty ;or spitting CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) 'he Canadian Amateur Hockey Association annual convention pproved a recommendation rom the rules committee Tues- !ay that any player who spits t a referee or linesman will be ubject to a match penalty. A player who deliberately pits on or at an opponent, offi- ial, manager, coach, trainer or tick boy also be liable for isciplinary action. There were no other major hanges in the rules despite scores of proposed amendments resented by Earl Dawson of Winnipeg and Hugh McLean of jondqn, Ont., members of the landing rules committee. Meanwhile in a Commercial Men's Slow Pitch League game last night, Ducan Drifters whipped College Mercury Teachers 28-17. Joe Gazarek earned the win while Jim Giocehetti took the loss. points in the voting among members of the Professiona Hockey Writers' Association (PHWA) in 16 NHL citties. Ratelle had 94 points and Buyck 53. The points were awarded on the basis of five for a first-place choice, three for a second and one for a third. Perreault, who will receive as the winner of the award, had his best season in the NHL in 1972-73. SCORED 28 The smooth-skating native of Victoriaville, Que., had 28 goals and 60 assists and only had 10 minutes in penalties during the season. He combined with left winger Rick Martin and right winger Rene Robert to form The French Connection and it was the forward line that was a key cog in Buffalo's drive to a fourth-place finish in the NHL's East Division. Perreault's selection contin- ues a trend of recent year: whereby seven of the last eight winners of the Lady Byng have been centres. Only Bucyk, who won the trophy in 1970-71, played a position other than centre. Perreault is also only the sec- ond active player to win both the Calder and Byng trophies. The other is Dave Keon of To- ronto Maple Leafs who won the Calder Trophy in 1960-61 and the Byng 1961-62 and 1962-63. Ratelle will get for his second-place finish in the vot- ing, which saw a record total of 26 players receive votes. Following is a complete list of the voting: Perreault, Buffalo 118; Ra- telle, Rangers 94; Bucyk, Bos- ton 53; Jacques Lemaire, Mon- treal Canadiens 27; Dave Keon, Toronto Maple Leafs 21; Lowell MacDonald Pittsburgh Penguins 15; Fred Stanfield, Boston 13; Dennis Hull, Chicago Black Sawks 11; Mickey Redmond, Detroit Red Wings 11; Butch Goring, Los Angeles Kings 9; Alex Delvecchio, Detroit 9; Pat Stapleton, Chicago 8; Stan Mi- kita, Chicago 7; Ralph Backst- rom, Los Angeles-Chicago 6; Marcel Dionne, Detroit 5; Dean Prentice, Minnesota North Stars 5; Walt Tkaczuk, Rangers 5; Si- mon Nolet, Philadelphia Flyers 3; Pit Martin, Chicago 3; Ken Dryden, Montreal 3; Norm Ull- man, Toronto 1; Syl Apps, Pittsburgh 1; Craig Patrick, California Golden Seals 1; Danny Grant, Minnesota 1; Tim Horton, Buffalo 1; Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal 1. ANDY CAPP ft I'LL NEVER UNDERSTANO EM....THEY'RE AUWAXS THEY'RE NERVOUS ASOUTBElNffLEFTON THEIR THEV LOCK "YOU OUT.' Minor baseball The Angels scored an easy 16-2 victory over the Tigers in Lakeside Little League action Tuesday night. Gordon Tait picked up the win allowing only four hits while Allan Duval suffered the loss. Tait added his own cause with three doubles while Allan Gepneris added a home run and a double. In another conttst, the White Sox edged the Rcyals 9-5 with Jeff Torgunrud besting Peter Holmes on the mound. Barry Kimnutt managed a double and a pair of singles for the winners. In a Senior Little League match, the Yankees defeated the Twins 7-3 with Mike Sheen earning the decision. Michel Dumont had to settle with the loss. Rick McLean stroked a dou- ble and a single for the winners while Greg Maxwell poked out two singles for the losers. At Norcrest, the Cardinals scored a 11-7 victory over the Cubs. Frank Kogler racked up the verdict while aiding his own cause with a home run and a single. The Pintos whalloped Hie Pumas 18-0 in a Farm League contest. Mike Coyle hammered a home run, a double and two singles in the win. Reggie Heggen hurled one-hit ball for seven innings and led the Dodgers to a slim 2-1 win over the Braves. Grant Weins suffered the loss while giving up only three hits. B'air Nyrose led the winners with a pair of singles while Weins tagged two singles in a locing cause. Brock retires from football REGINA (CP) Brock, a nine-year veteran of- fensive tackle with Saskatche- wan Roughriders, Tuesday an- nounced his retirement from the Western Football Confer- ence club. The four time All-Canadian tackle had indicated just be- fore the 1972 Grey Cup contest that he may retire but didn't make it official until now. Brock, 34, was a standout for the Riders over the years, using his six-foot seven frame and 250 pounds to advantage. He cited business reasons for his retirement. 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