Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 19

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ______ Tuesday, November 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Wilson not disheartened by setback Leafs spoil debut Wings' new coach By THE CANADIAN PRESS sola and tte United Stales West Toronto Maple Leafs, after Coast. fi.nnw in The Leafs, paced by Ron I'jl- lis's three goals, bombed De- troit lied Wings 6-1 Monday night in a game rescheduled fol- lowing the death last month of playing their three nights and winning, leave today for an extended road trip that will take the National Hockey League club to Minne- Bowling tfanter A PAIR of bowlers who are enjoying their finest seasons on record occupy the king-sized portion of the spotlight as the bowlers-of-the-month at Capri Bowl Hilda Tinordi is the women's of- the month for her solid performance in Simpsons- Sears Hilda, who's been bowling for quite sometime, is averaging around the 180 mark but she came through in a blaze of glory to hit for a 357 single and triple it xvas the first time she's been over the 350 mark and the second lime she's rolled an 800 series Allen Taylor is the men's bowler of the month for his sizzling ef- forts in Civil Service he took over high single with a brilliant 401 and both mgahrksreeestablishlng HILDA TiNORDl personal all-time highs bowler-of-thc-month Bowler-of-tlie-week honors went to Doug Aspeslet who clicked for 269, 201 and a big 345 in ACT for an 815 triple while the gals were paced by Grace Beard who regained some of her old-time form in Speedys with a 344 single. New league highs for the week were Barbara Scaltergood's 331 in Higa's, Emanuel Schile with a 312 in Prebuilt Grace Beard's 344 in Speedys, Elaine Strelicv with 323 in Morning Coffee, Francis Harris with a 754 triple in Juniors Shop, Guy Brown with a 326 and 665 triple in Boise Cascade and Doug Aspes- let with his 345 and 815 in ACT. Heading into November. Ihe top five averages for Hie men belong to Gary Tunbridge, last month's who is winging away at a 265 clip, Ken Kurtz with a great 264, Jack Smeed 260, Norm Tolley 256 and Orest Yurchak with 253 May Hiebert sports the top average among the wo- men at 247 followed by Marg Smith 240. Betty Pater- son 233, Suzan McDonald 230 and Bea Salmon and Linda Malcomson at 229 each. I'HE week's puce setters in league play among 1 the men were Emanuel Schile. with 312 and 783 in Prebuilt. Earl Armour 338 and 788, Ed Henderson 321 and 800. Henry Rennie nt i 335, Bill Allen with a big 356, Francis Wright with an 815 triple, Gary Tun- bridge 307 and 829, Bruno Baceda an 825 triple, 15- year old Baden Pilling 'with a 772 and Jack Smeed with 342 and 871, all in Gordie's Jack Smeed continued his hot pace with a 333 and 795 in Green's in the same league Tak Katakami roll- ed 305, Jock Mulgrew 340 and 785, Joe Dimnik 306 and Al Smith 308 Barry Tollestrup clicked for a 337 in Henry Homes with Jiro Miya- gawa posting 330 and Jim Higa 331 in JCCA, Guy Brown 326 in Boise Cascade and Doug Aspes- let with 345 and 815 in ACT Tops in Civil Sen-ice were Abe Enns with 321 and John Wildman 305 while Darwin Romanchuk willi anil 814 and Ken Kurtz with a 780 triple led Young Adults Among the gals. Ruby Oseen paced Senior Citizens with 339 and 723 while Barb Scattergood's 331 led Riga's Shirley Warner's 2R1 and 702 paced li and E Hardware with Grace Beard's 344, Jean Christie's 284 and 788 and Betty Colitis' 299 topping Speedys In Morning Coffee the highs were Elaine Streliev with 323 and Betty Hobbs with 305 and 739 while in Juniors Vera Nidi- olls rolled 301 May Hiebert with 304 and 754, Isabelle Bergman 304 and Emma Magnusson 306 paced while Green's was headed by Jean Christie Dili" and 762 and Jeanctte Smeed 289 and 780 with Helen Mikula's 306 tops in Sundquist Vora Nicholls paced Henry Homes with 291 in- cidentally, Marg llelmer spared a headpin in Jun- iors. ___ I'Yomradas sols scoring mark of >tafford S'lnylhe, president Maple Leaf Gardens. The Toronto win spoiled the caching debut of Johnny Wil- on, who took over the Detroit ob after Doug Barkley resigned Sunday night because he "felt he team was not working the way it can for me." Wilson, whose Wings also ilayed their third game in three lights, was not disheartened by he loss, the team's ninth in ]2 games. "We're not going to change he said. "Hell, I lidn't even see them until oday. We'll put the fir.ger on what is wrong when I've had a 'hancc to work with them." LEAFS NOW FOURTH With the win, Toronto took iver fourth place in the NHL's Sast Division. A crowd of n the Gardens saw the Leafs jutshoot the Wings 35-28 and the ine of Ellis, Norm Ullman and 'aul Henderson collect It scor- ing Henderson scored two goals or the Leafs and assisted on another. Ullman had four as- sists while Ellis assisted on one resides scoring his three goals. Xive Keen scored the Leafs' other goal. Tim iScclestone scored De- troit's goal in the first minute of lie third period when he took a lass from Mickey Redmond and in turn used Redmond as a screen to fire the puck from 25 :eet out past .Jacques Plante. Both teams skated fast through the first two periods but :he Wings slowed down in the final period when they had 'alien behind. Both teams also missed many scoring opportuni- ties, shooting wildly and bounc- ing the puck off goalposts. WOUNDED STAY IIO.MU Toronto coach John McLellan _j not looking forward with en- thusiasm to the team's road trip. Right winger Billy Mac- Millan aggravated a muscle in- jury in his right thigh and was sent to hospital for treatment. Defcnceman Hike Pelyk didn't play. He suffered a broken bone in his right ankle in Sunday night's game in New York. Ho is expected to be out of action for about weeks. leave with our mini- mum of 19 MeLellan said. "That's all we've got.' Leafs play the North Stars in Minnesota Wednesday night and then travel west for games Sat- urday and Sunday with Los An- geles Kings and California Golden Seals. In other games Wednesday night. St. Louis Blues meet Hie Canadiens in Montreal. New York R angers play the Kings in Ijos Angeles. Philadelphia Flyers arc at Chicago against the Black Hawks and Pittsburgh Penguins play the Seals in Cali- fornia. Minor hockey A.C.T. Bantam a successful Lethbridge Reps turned road trip to Cranbrook over the weekend winning one game and battling to a stalemate in the other. The locals, Alberta cham- pions last year, matched the host Cranbrook club stride for stride Saturday night as the two clubs deadlocked 6-6. Sun- day the Reps outclassed the Cranbrook team 11-4. No-bitter for Dobsoii TOYAMA, Japan (AP) Pat Dobson pitched a no-hit, no-run game today as Balti- more Orioles edged Tokyo Yomiuri Giants 2-0 on Boog Powell's two-run homer in the fourth inning. The right-handed curve- baller, one of Baltimore's four 20-gamc winners this season, allowed only three walks. Had he pitched a perfect game, Dobson would have be- come the first U.S. major league pitcher to achieve such a feat during a pre-season or post-season exhibition tour of Japan. Thirteen American big league teams, including Casey S'.engel's New York Yankees, Walter Alston's Brooklyn Dodgers and four separate All-Star squads, have played against Japan's major lea- guers since 1931. The Orioles scored their only runs in the fourth when Merv Rettenmund singled off Yor.iiuri's Tsuneo Hohiuchi and Powell followed with a homer, his second in Japan. WEREN'T FULL, MAJE-11 Satin-day night Greg Kveder paced the Reps with a pair of markers. Solo efforts were turned in by Randy Watmough, Cliff Miyashiro, Brent Mar- ehuk and Darrel Osmond. Sunday saw Miyashiro notch three goals. Kveder had his sec- ond two-goal outing while Mike Boychuk also added two mark- ers. Dave Jackson, Ron Moser, Dale Nesting and Marchuk had singles. The Seals skated to a 3-2 vic- tory over the Ramblers in Ban- tam "B" action Monday night. Terry McNeely gave the Ramblers a 1-0 first period lead, but the Seals came back to tie it 2-2 after the second period a goal each from Henry Bartcl and Richard Sera. Frank Zasadny scored the oili- er Ramblers marker in tiie sec- ond period. Bobbie Shade! scored an un- answered goal in the third for the vrinner. In action Earl .ngarfield found the range four times as he led the Mar- lands to a 6-1 victory over the Maple Leafs. Jamie Severtson and B o y d Blair chipped in with a goal each for the Marlands while Murray Oster managed the one Leafs goal. In Midget action the A.C.T. Bantam Reps continued to roll along in fine fashion as they drubbed the Eskimos 13-1 with Cliff Myasluro leading the way with a three-goal effort. Mike Boyc-huck, Greg Kveder and Ren added a pair each while solo markers went to Randy Watmough, Brent Marchuk. Ron Moser and YES SEE THAT. 'E OVSi? ME 'E NIB3LH5ME FAR. WE CAN MOVE INTO THE 533T E5C.M F f 5? LIKE -THAT1? THE MOST THE C-AF'E? L'_ ALLOW 'EM T1 iO f1 IN THE PJSLiC BA5 Two veterans in MONTREAL (CP) Two I leading goalies with a combined Mdiovlidi. with 12 goals In 10 veterans of National Hockey i average of 1.72 in 11 games, j has a good chance to League play share the early i Next is the Ciiicago combin.v.on become the lir.-t player ever lo Tony Esposito and Gary I hold poai scoring records with Mark Baldry. Jerry averted a shutout with period Eskimo goal. Davis i third Mfihovlich shine. season spotlight today, but foi entirely different reasons. Statistics released by the league Monday show that Lome (Gump) Wcrsley, the 42-year- old gcnltender with Minnesota North Stars, has been keeping pucks out of his net with the sair.e finesse that left winger j improve Monday night in the Geoffrion Smith with a'l.91 goals against! three different teams. He shares the mrvk of 49 for Detroit with the ro-.v-rc-tircd Gordie Howe ;r.M h- a rfC'-rd 48 for the T'.! C-- diets' mark of r, is by Maurice Ilorko! i Richard ar.d Berr.ie Frank Mahovlich of Montrea Canadiens has been using tc score goals. Worsley has the best individ- ual goals-against average of the 28 goaltenders who have ap- peared in three or more games. He has been scored on only six cancelled because of the death of Stafford Smythe, former Leaf times in five games for a spar- kling 1.20 average. The only goalie with a better average is rookie Gilles Mel- average for the Black Hawks. Slaniaao, Esporito and Mont- real's Ken Drydc-n the shutout lend two each. LEADERS IDLE None had an opportunity to ..nprove Monday night in the lone NHL contest which had De- Meanwhile, rcukie troit Red Wings visit the Maple Leafs in Toronto. The Monday night Detroit To- ronto game was a makeup af- fair. The original had been scheduled for Oct. 13, but was ibrcs is ul Martin ha? Martin of Buffa'o with a rush, nijje coals in 12 games and 14 pninls. a total which ties him for sixth place in the individual F-nrins race with Mahc.vlicii. B.-ib Shechan of Cali- fornia and Murniv Oliver of president. Mahovlich, with 433 goals in regular season j average I5 IUVJIMC vriiiirj i t ft u i u i ovt.-'jj, i oche of California Golden Seals j highest total of all off _ Erpcrfi is who in two games has two goals j to the secc-nd fastest start of T'-'-'--- r'.....-J against. Mfloche had an ainpi cious debut last Thursday when he shut out the Bruins in Bos- ton. 2-0. Worsley and team-mate Ces- are Maniago. who has a 2.1G individual average, are the record 54. Eobby On- and Rod :w York Rangers' er. each of whom _u e ueuei sum.. j. more than That was in 1965-66 when Hull! New York'? Vic Hadficld. Orr is had 14 goals after 10 games and the assist lendor so for with 1.1. finished the season with a Monday night's game is not ton-. Only Bo'jby Hull of Chi-1 rirht v.i cago had a better start. included. You're with f i redone TORONTO 6 DETROIT 1 First Period 1. Toronto. Ellis (Ullman, McKcrmy) 2.01 Penfllties- Harris, Selwood Conachc 12 1.1. Period 1 Toronto. Hpr dcrson 7 (Ullmanl _3. Torontc (Ullman) 1 Ley Dorpy Dupere Third Period Detroit (Redniond, Doivecchiol AU.EX TAYLOR bowlcr-oMlie-montli Jenkins' goal i set towards six figures TECUMSEH. Ont. (CPi Pitcher Ferguson Jenkins of Chicago Cuhs expects to become the first Canr.dian-bom baseball player wiih a SlOO.OiiO contract when he signs for the 1972 sea- son. asking for S150.000." the Chatham. Out., native said in an interview. "The idea is to shoot for as high a figure as possible and let thorn try to bring you he added, admitting his real objec- tive is a contract. "I hired a couple of attorneys for the first time- last year and got a good conirnct. They will bo working with me again this year. "I don't think I here will be any difficulty getting 1 made close lo that last season." Jenkins was a 20-gamc winner for Hie fifth time in a row in 1971. winning 24 games and los- iiur is. lie is regarded as n leadin "Do you ever need safe brakes more than in Cus l-'romradas slammed his edged Honda 1-0 in the firsl I c n d i d a t e for liio National -r Ix'agiic's fy Young Award, lo be announced Wednesday. The award gnr-s to tln> man .judged bi' Iho league's hos! pili-hcr. "I just have to place my faith in tho he- said. "Tom way to a scoring record Sunday rs the LethbridJIo Broomhall ran off five gomes. si-urcd eight, goals 'i ic-'.i Immbjd ijC'.li- I (inol 12-11. Tony Wright h: d tinic gc.r.ls for On1 winners while Helmut Froinrad.-is added line. Tonv scored the only Kii.il as Knight Clubbers game of the night. Dallas Nesbitl accounted for the goal as the Traders blank- ih.: Horns 1-0. fioals by John Vaselcnak and Runner Crawford gave Canada Packers a 2-0 win over I.cth- bridge Industries while Doup SOOVIT, Al Downing nml Hock and Klnn Horlnill. srorctl Kills nil had fine loo." complete contact with the drums, After installing the linings, we inspect your entire braking sys- tem. We check the master cylinder, anything wronn. Rut it's bfilter to find out when your car is on our hoist, rather than when you're on the roadl The -wheel cylinders. The iluid fines. The brake shoe return Springs. Let's hope we don't iind "As a bonus, we remove, fnsp'ct and clean your front wheel bear- ings and re-pack them with top- grease. At thess Pirestone Stores... Corner 3 Ave and 8 St. S. K. Mii.sonry scored lor Klniurns. Jenkin.i in thi.s............. suburb lo break the .sod (or a I new baseball park, 1 ;