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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, Novomhtr 3, 197J---------------------------- Los Angeles in first place (ill alone Cashman kayoed Kozak, it ended Hy THE CANADIAN 1'IIESS Wayne Casliman's pugilism on irn lias had him in trouble bclorp, hut it's doubtful his ab- sence lias so effectively muz- zled Boston Bruins as it ciid Thursday niplil. Cashniini. the aggressor, took a unanimous decision in his fight with Los Angeles rookie Don Kozak and was rewarded with a five-minute major pen- alty His manhandling of the Kings' player apparently aroused Kozak's team-mate.s because they wasted no time rapping four goals into the Bos- Ion net en roule to a 5-2 win that moved Hie surprising vic- tors atop the National Hockey League's West Division. In nailing down their sixth straight win, the Kings moved into a lofty position they hadn't held since March 23, IffiiB. Elsewhere Thursday, Mon- treal Canadiens stretched (heir unbeaten string to l-'l games hy beating Atlanta Flames G-J and Philadelphia Flyers defeated Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2. The defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins lake their 5-li- I record into Oakland tonight against Ibe hapless California Golden Seals while Vancouver Canucks entertain New York Islanders in Ibe only scheduled games. It was slriclly a one-sided fight between Cashman and Ko- zak. The Kings! winger, who Kinsmen ner 4 The Kinsmen Club of Leth- hridge today announced t h e dale of (he 1973 Sportsman's Dinner as well as the new din- ner chairman. Saturday, Feb. 4 wtil see the 20th anniversary' of the dinner headed by Dwight Jensen. This year's dinner will see an exciting change in format from Ihc past 19 years and could bring about a in the suc- cess of the annual event. While the Kinsmen Club have enjoyed bringing the past 19 dinners to southern Alberta, the venture is fast becoming a losing affair. The Kinsmen, vhile stressing the motto Serving the Youth of the Community, have found (hemsehes facing a loss at the end of the dinner. "We can't put back inU> the community money we don't make" said Jensen Thursday evening. In recent years the dinner has suffered a definite decline in financial success. While the club is a non-profit organization some 100 members each year spend a great deal of time and effort in hopes that a profit can be realized to buy equip- ment for various minor sport- ing teams in the city. "Last year's dinner the 1972 affair saw a profit of said one Kinsmen offi- cial. That, as he pointed out, v.ill hardly buy one team sweaters let alone three or four Jlore details on- the change of format for the dinner will be announced shortly. It is the hope of the Kinsmen lo de- crease the number of guests in favor of quality. Also, with this the anniversary of the dinner, the Kinsmen intend to salute the past 20 years in the world of sport which will be reflected in the head table. LEASING SPECIAL RRUS Forget the Forget the worries! Solve all your auto and truck problemi now I Lease your Transportation vehicle from Roy Mclntoih ol... KING CHRYSLER DODGE Corner of IJ Jr. 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-9271 ARE5HENKO LEADS WAY FOR LIONS Jerry Are-- shenko (21) of the Lions, holds the Lelhbridge Minor Foot- ball League trophy high as he leads the way for the new Five touchdowns sink Eskimos league champions. In background is the Wilson Junior High School banner, Areshenko scored five majors Thurs- day. (Rick Ervin photo) Areshenko brilliant for Lions Jerry Areshenko was out- standing as he carried the pen- nant-winning Lions to the 1972 Lethbridge Minor Football League championship title at the Henderson ball park Thurs- day night. Areshenko registered five big touchdowns and gave the Lions a hard fought 33-20 overtime iclory over the Eskimos in the I were registered in the first and sudden death playoff match before 450 faas last night. Three of Arcshcnko's touch- downs came in the 16 minute overtime period while the others fourth quarters. He also booted one success- ful convert while Pat McCunc added two others. The Eskimos, who led 1-0 Bob Loy leads 'SAN AN'TOMO, Tex. (AP) Bobby Loy least out of obscurity with a blazing putter that helped him shoot a seven-un- ricr-par fiS for Ihe first round lead Thursday in the Texas Open coif tournament. "I just seemed to have it all the stocky, 32-year- oM long-lime club pro said. "It seemed lhat when I needed a good shot I could pull it off. and that's what you've got to do in this game of golf." Dan Sikcs, a 41 year-old vet- eran Irying Lo fight out of a Iciigthy slump, was one stroke back will) a while a group at 67 included former U.S. Open champion Orville Moody, Mike Hill and rookies Tom Wat- son and Larry White. Scoring 60s on the Woodlakc Golf Club course were P-ydcr Cup slar ,1.C. Snead. veteran Charles Sifford, George Johnson, Australian Bob Shaw. Dale Douglass, Ron Weber, Lnbrnn Harris and Gary Groh. Ben Kern of Toronlo and Billy Casper were in anolhcr large group al 69. M. I. INDUSTRIES CAPS TO CAMPERS "The Great Canadian Escape" Presents MI-WAY PRODUCTS OPENING SHOW Sit., Nov. 4th Sun., Nov. 5th a.m. lo p.m. 416-10th St. North The public is cordially invited! after the first quarter, B 7 after Ihc first half and 14-r, after Ihe third quarter, received two touchdowns from Stan Schmcd- ic and one from Tim Richard- son. Curt Schwielzcr also chfpped in with a single point and a convert. After last night's contest, the LMFL officials announced [hat Mike Bruised Head of the St. Mary's Bloods was named as the 1372 most va'up'ilc Paul Tarnava Ihe Bombers was chosen as (be lineman of the year while Harvey LaBuhn received the rookie of the year award. A special award, presonlcd by Ibe LMFI.'s president, Allan [tea, in memory of his father, the late .John flea, went to Aieshcnko, the league's scoring champion. Meanwhile, Ihc Lions and Ks- kimos will see aclion again on the weekend as they host a pair of Calgary clubs. Game times arc scl for 2 p.m and p.m. at Ihc Hen- derson ball park Sunday. Tolleslrup hot Tim Tolleslrup of Cardslon Merchants and Hill Kcnncy of the Miners' Library turned in outstanding individual efforts in Wednesday's City Men's Bas- kelbnll league aclion. Tollcstrup hooped .'17 poinls as Cardston trimmed IChony Hawks Blainc Rimnagc chipped in wilh for the win- ners. Roger McAdam had 21 for the Hawks. Kcnncy canned H5 points as Ihc Library bounced Friendship Centre lirMfi. Jerry Ko7iib add- Jim Beobc and John Smilh had 17 jxiints each for the Friendship Centre. _. didn't' land a punch, drew a two-minute minor senlence. But Los Angeles didn't not the any time. Veteran Backstrom scored two goals seconds apart against Ed BEACH its time the mcmhcrs ston wi'.h the teams at (APJ The said MucAriliur. strength to break a 1-1 tie. Association charged that Frank Cardi, las Smith narrowed the have an opportunity for candidate for PGA president, to 3-2 but Bob Berry and start in running on a platform that Lemieux tallied with kicked out of their cancellation of the still in the penally hox to on Dec. cure the win in front of not good countered that there Los Angeles no effort on the part of the CLOSE landlord John D. PGA governing body to The win gave the Kings one of the the lease and that he points and moved them men. "There had given Mac- poinL ahead of Chicago lime when your patience a new lease propose in Hawks who are one point up on Philadelphia. Atlanta is a c A r L h u r gave said the PGA had point back in the he was paying its tested division with PGA's lease at the end for office space, but and Minnesota North Stars year at. the support the course in contention at 10 National Golf Club. built the club and an do have a year-round Meanwhile in Quebec wing for the PGA in of very fine people the Quubec Nordiques turned PGA pay their annual dues and the firepower for 57 seconds Orlick said in the course year-round. the second period Midi., he had not entitled lo some consid- night then snuffed out a official word of the delphia rally en route to a 6-3 win over the Blazers in and added: Hockey Association to warrant Ifl Power play goals hy of the AflAHTA I Archambault and Robert PGA's original don around a score by runs through OUUI Giroux nudged the had trouble with into a 5-0 lead which the since the day we iviQni i ers were unable to threaten MacArthur, who has I lul ILJ spite three third-period Life and Casualty IIWIIM In other games, Los an institution with Sharks and Ottawa in played to a 1-1 overtime tie don't think the PGA Football Conference New York Raiders told its membership that Coaldalc Sparfans vs Vu Minnesota Fighting Saints negotiations on Cougars. Henderson Ball Tonight the Raiders lease two years ago. 8 p.m. Tri-Univcrsity Classic. First into Winnipeg against the Jets and Alberta Oilers U of A Golden Bears vs Houston of S Fluskies 7 p.m. Second U of L Pronghorns vs TJ PHILADELPHIA 4 PITTSBURGH 1 Firsl Period 1. Philadelphia, 9 (Polvln) 2. C Dinosaurs 9 p.m. Both games held at Ihc U of L gym- Harbnruk 2 (Kesscll, Cardwc-ll 3. Philadelphia, Dornhoelcr 3 (Clarke, Watson) Penalties R. Myers High School Watson Shack 13.01, will host the Ihird Donouqh Lonsberry Second Pcrioil 4. Pillsburqh, Schock 3 (Harbaruk, Rupp) Conference Volley-lall Tournament on the Junior Hockey League. LcLhbridgc Sugar 5. PhilatMphia, Cle nent 3 f Hughes vs Red Deer Rustlers. Penalises Shack Dornlioelcr Third Period 6. southern Alberta hjsh schools will take part in Ice Centre Tri University Classic. Los- Clarke 4 (Kelly, Clemenl) u- u ers "l f'nflav meet at 7 alties _ Kelly affair which gets un- 1 Snots on goal by: Pittsburgh 10 13 Saturday morning Both games at Ihe U of Philadelphia li 11 .o'clock. Teams participating in Ihe gymnasium. MONTREAL t, ATLANTA 1 First Period Ho scoring. Pcna event include lies Quinn Roberts River. Winston Junior Hockey Second Period 1. Montreal, Tar-dif 9 (Lapoinle, P. Mahovlich) 7: ing, Taber St. Mary's. Lcthhridge Sugar 2. Montreal, F. Mahovllch 4 and the host W. vs Drumlicller Falcons. 4MB; 3. Montreal, Arnason 1 'Murdoch, F. Mahovlitli) 5-47; 4. Ice Centre 7 p.m. Savard 3 (Wilson, Lemaire) Penallies Keller major Dry-den server) by Arnason Montreal TardlF in (Houle) Montreal, Cournoyer 9 (F. Mahov-lich) Penalties Shull Richard TIRE Shots on goal Montreal 14 Atlanta 7 SPORT 1 _. JUNIOR j Eail L T F A PH. L T F A Pts Monacal 9 0 t 53 2 22 Buffalo 61 4 38 5 1A Rangers 7 3 1 28 IS Detroit 6 4 0 38 37 12 Boston A ft 2 48 -14 Deer P 7 0 76 43 Ifi Drumheller 7 3 0 -W 43 10 Edmonton 5 fi 0 -19 U 10 The Pass i s o oa 49 s Calgary A 7 0 5? 53 ft Lelhbridge 1 8 D 36 67 4. A t 1 33 36 ASSOCIATION The North Stars fired in 2 6 1 24 38 3 West Division W L T F A Pts. third period goals and Angeles 7 6 o 45 41 7 3 1 .10 13 15 Quebec i> 3 1 3fl 18 13 up a 3-2 come-back 5533? 35 England A t 0 -19 .10 1 3 over the Lakers in Midget S 7 J ?fl li M nnesola 5 2 39 28 5 4 o dl is in 1 9 o 71 56 4 ey action Thursday Msburqh 3 7 0 .11 -M lo SI Louis 6 2 B Division Winnipeg 4 A 1 3i 33 13 Richard Parkyn and 2 7 1 26 39 Angeles S d 1 34 30 11 Alberta 5 A 1 33 39 11 Shardlow tallied a goal i 5 0 3? 33 ID in the final period to give the Stars the hard fought SCORES National Montreal 6 Allanla 2 4 1 21 30 1 while John Layng scored J Pittsburgh CANADA LEAGUE other marker in the Anrjele.5 s Boston 2 Dviston York A Mlnnescla 7 3 2 65 42 16 The Lakers, WllO led 2-1 Quebec 6 Philadelphia Current 5 3 J3 37 13 after two periods of play re- Flon 4 A 2 d! 47 10 ccived solo markers off 6 San Diego 2 A 5 56 W B Rcglna 1 8 l 29 53 3 sticks of John Wasilcwski Dvlsion Shane age 6 Dauphin 3 SI. Boniface 6 Winnipeg Hat 742 70 5? 15 Edmonton 7 3 0 43 IB 14 In a Bantam "B" 4 Flln Flon 5 5 1 JQ 60 1 1 Craig Robinson scored a 5 Winnipeg 5 A 5 xo 35 13 a 3-1 decision over Ihc archs. Paul Leclaire chipped in a singleton while Trent Audi managed a goal in a The SLampeders scored Iwo unanswered goals in the TIRE period and went on lo the Labor Club Bees 4-2 in Midget play last nighl. David Rohovie, Byron Don Hills and Dnug Strum scored a goal each for the winners while (ilcn and Ross Mathcson replied the losers. Tort Macleocl Midgets In All advantage of a letdown by LctlibridRc Midget Eiks scored a narrow 7-6 victory RADIAL an exhibition game Darcy and Kevin O'Siillivnn each scored twice for Fort 4 PLY Icod while Kelly uavc 1 cuot, and iicmmci milled singles, nick Collier, lion Moscr, Pi-cro Mike ELRICH TIRE Hcrnic Serene and linden ing replied for the tClks led 5-.1 late in the second TIRE SALES SERVICE Meanwhile, Calgai-y Pec ficps will meet the 111 AVI South Phong 357-6886 or 337444] at. the Civic Cenlrc tonight iSntunlny Calgary BOW the Marlands at Henderson ;