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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Pronghorns drop Regina The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns scored a slim 83-75 victory over the University of Saskatchewan Cougars in a non conference collegiate basketball game Friday night. Minor hockey Roy Husch fired home four big goals to no avail as the Bisons dropped an 8-5 decision to the Blues in a Pee Wee Hockey League game Friday night. Andy Bedford chipped in with a solo marker for the Bisons while Warren Keith and Rod Sluzar led the Blues with two goals apiece. Singles came off the sticks of Brad Craig Lance Gilchrist and John Higa. Meanwhile in another league the Jets and Sabres battled to a 3-3 draw. Denny Moser and Kevin Cowie flipped in singles for the Jets while Ron Mark Peta and Greg Horpn replied for the Sabres. Richard Gal rifled in a hat- trick and led the Bears tc an easy 6-0 shutout over the Pin- to's Perry Kip Crag and Jamie Szucs added solo ef- forts in a winning cause. Two goals each by Darren Ramage and Ross Mitchell paced the Maroons to a 7-2 triumph over the Coaldale Bombers in Bantam A action Friday Boyd Tony Ratts and Sidney DeGraf completed the scoring for the winners with singles. Darcy Berridge and Richard Spillman replied for the Bombers. In a Midget encounter Ed Parker and Warrick Wells scored in the third period to give the Ti-Cats a 2-0 win over the Labor Club Bees. TOUPEE TAPE 2-SIDE ADHESIVE Get more holding power than you've ever had before with tape by foremost designer of men's hairpieces up Our 2-side tape will make you feel more secure at all times 5 rolls 5 rolla Send check or money order Mm order 3 rolls HAIRMATE Box 3111A Alta. T5J 2G7 A small crowd of some 200 spectators were on hand at the U of L gym to take in the first of Two exhibition en- counters between the two clubs. The second tilt will get un- derway at the U of L gym at 8.30 tonight. In last night's the Pronghorns looked a little slow in the opening minutes to come on stronger and stronger as the game progressed. The Cougars from Regina were equal to the task though and trailed by only a slim 37-35 margin at the halfway mark. The action started to pick up in the final 20 minutes of play as the clubs found themselves in an end to end battle. The who seem- ed to have a little more speed than their finally out- lasted their opponents but needed an outstanding 14 point performance from Gary Williams in the second half Williams had also hooped nine points in the opening half for a 23 point evening while teammate Phil Letham chipped in with 17. Max Zaugg aided in the Pronghorns' win with 12 points while Dan Court hit the hoop for 10. Merv Prier and Neil Jacoby paced the Cougars' attack with 14 points apiece while Wes Stevenson followed close- ly behind with 13. During the 40 minutes of ac- the Pronghorns were assessed 24 personal fouls while the Cougars were nailed for 30. They also picked up two technicals Selects will tour OTTAWA Moscow Selects will play eight hockey games in Canada during a two-week exhibition tour in December. The Selects are to arrive m Montreal Dec. 5 and play their first game against Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Ma- jor Junior Hockey League in Quebec City Dec. 7. Two days the Soviet team will travel to Chicoutimi to play the also of the Quebec Major. On Dec. the Selects are in against the Junior A Knights of the On- tario Hockey Association and then play the OHA's Greyhounds on home ice in Sault Ste. Marie Dec. 12 Moscow heads west then for a game against one-time world champion Trail Smoke Easters of the Western Inter- national Hockey League Dec. 14. The Soviets play New West- minster Bruins of the Western Canada Hockey League Dec. 18. Southern Alberta Juvenile League HOCKEY LETH. MIDGET 'A' ELKS Nov. llth p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE Adults Students 50c Children vo LETH. JUVENILE WARRIORS SNOW BLOWERS 201 H.P. Brigg. ft Stratton Duty Augers AdhMaMe Threw WhHerlnd Ingine 'Deep 0rlp TreeHoM Lever 'Amer Blew Shut-Off tpssds toward 'AJlaHeali Tine Electric Start and Chains Regular Now only...... .00 499 International Harvester SALES A SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford Drlvt. UthbrMgo Phorw Novamoar tCTHBMIDOl HIRALD-17 Pat Sullivan Court coverage Danny Court of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns wants this rebound very badly. Court and his mates handed University of Regina an exhibition setback Friday before a small gathering at the U of L Hawks blank Canucks 4-0 at coast If you have a toothache you go to a deottit. If UK tooth must be removed he does so. The same applies to most ailments in this time of medical marvels. Why can't the same apply to the world of The Detroit Red long my favorite hockey have more than a toothache. I would say it is almost a cancer. Yet they are doing nothing about it. Since the season the of the National Hockey have gone through no less than seven coaches. The latest of which was Ted Garvin who got his walking papers Wednesday. Seven coaches in four seaons. Can the fault really be with the I wonder about that. In how do you account for a man like Sid Abel packing it in after 25 years with the same There has to be more to the departure of Gordie Howe than simply money and a chance to play with his wouldn't you The Wings' trouble let's face when college hotshot Ned Harkness arrived on the scene From day one of his deterioration set in on the Wings until now they are in last place with five points A disgrace beyond compare has befallen one of the original six. I recall when Harkness arrived at the Detroit Olympia. Like his boys at Harkness began to treat the members of the adult Wings like schoolboys. One article that caught my eye in direct reference to his un- believable attitude toward professionals was his decision to have bed not allow any phone calls from hotel rooms while the club was on road trips and no smoking in the dressing during or even after games. This ivy-league upstart must have Watergate tapes of his own. Red Wing president Bruce Norris cannot see past his own eyes when it comes to Harkness. It is sad to watch a team like the Wings completely come apart at the se'ams. according to Harkness' press was relieved of duties because the team wasn't winning. In the hastily written release it said a discussion of the team's problems with Ted Garvin it has been mutually agreed that Garvin should step down as coach effective im- mediately after the game was Wednesday veteran Alex Delvecchio has been asked to assume the coaching duties and has I can only pity 41-year-old Delvecchio. like his predecessor Johnny could not be a for Harkness and executive vice-president Jim Bishop. fired last hit the nail on the head when he was canned In a parting shot he said that Harkness and Bishop interferred with his coaching Think Abel and Bill Gadsby also had this trouble Garvin made the as did all the other coaches ahead of of telling the simple truth. Red Wings are in last place m the National Hockey League because they have very little said Garvin. It is this plain and simple The Red Wing front office allowed the farm system to die. Even expansion teams have more to draw from than do the Wings. Delvecchio takes over the Wings with a record of two one tie and nine setbacks. How much will he be able to do with the It's hard to say. He will have little more to work with than Garvin In fact he will have less at had Alex Delvecchio. Lysiak starting to pay dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Tom the No. 2 choice in the National Hockey League's amateur draft last is on the move and At- lanta Flames couldn't be hap- pier. The 20-year-old At- lanta's No. 1 junior could spell trouble for oppo- nents if he continues his scor- ing feats of recent games. The 6-foot-l who tips the scale at 190 scored two goals Friday night as the Flames rallied for a 3-3 tie with New York Rangers in Atlanta. After a slow as- sists in has suddenly become Atlan- ta's second highest scorer In his last five the former star with Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League has five goals and three assists to raise his season total to 11 points. goalie Tony Esposito recorded his third shutout of the year as Chicago Black Hawks blanked the Canucks 4-0 in and California Golden Seals won their fourth game of the season with a home town 6-3 triumph over Buffalo Sabres. The New York-Atlanta tie moved the Rangers into a fifthplace deadlock with Van- couver in the East both with 11 eight behind leading Boston Bruins. In the Philadelphia Flyers lead with 18 points followed by Atlanta with Chicago Los Angeles St. Louis Pittsburgh and Minnesota 10 each and California with nine. think we can do a lot bet- ter than we did last At- lanta coach Bernie Geoffnon said recently. going to be everyone will be tak- ing us a lot more seriously this year. we've upgraded our STAMPEDE WRESTLING Monday TABER CIVIC CENTRE Nov. p.m. N.A. Omar Tor Kamata Archla Qouldto vt Bob Prlngto 5 Exciting Watch Stampede Wrestling dn CJOC-TV Will Be Closed Nov. 12 In Observance of Remembrance Day Value VBleae MM tth Ave. S. will bo open from 11 to 11 for your oonvonfonoo Phono 329-0711 roster and I think we have a great chance of making the former Montreal Canadiens' guided Atlanta to seventh place last 11 points out of a playoff berth in the club's first year. Of the coach got all the great moves. He's going to make it big in this The Rangers led 3-0 after the first period Friday on goals by Ted Bruce MacGregor and Jean Ratelle. The got two goals in the second when Lysiak and Randy Manery scored Lysiak got the tying goal at Summaries CHICAGO VANCOUVER 0 Bret period 1. Pappln 15-30 Penalties- Russel 8-32. Dun Pappin 19 12. Second Period No scoring. Penalties Makl Dalley 7 Magnuson 20-00 TMrd Period 2. Chicago Tallon 3 3.11 3. Chicago Jarrett 1 12-20 4 Chicago Bordeleau 2 1238 Penalties Daitoy V 7 Wilkms 10 Korab major 19 48. Shote MI ojooi by Chicago 7 10 Vancouver I Attendance CALIFORNIA BUFFALO 3 FlrM Period i. Leach 1 10-19. 2. McAneely 1 11-00 Penalties Rombough Pratt Second Period 3 Luce 4 1-53 4 Terbenche 1 5 Califor- Qraves 3 18-45 McKechnle Leach misconduct 19.49 Third Period 6. Gilbertion 2 4.08 7 Meehan 3 5-32. 8 Califor- Leach 2 J. John- 13-14 9. McKeehnle 3 18.44 Penal- ty Oration 13.41. Shots on 0ooJ by t 13 CeNbmte It I Attendance NT ATLANTA 3. ported i NY Ir- vlne. 2 NY MacGregor 3 0 1 M. J NY Ratelle 4 I J7 Penalty Lysiak 4 5. Allan- Manery 1 Penalties Comeau nsnnegiesser Third _ e. Lysiak 5 of the final penod on a pass from Manery. The Black Hawks scored once in the first period and three times in the last for their fourth win against four defeats and five ties. Esposito stopped 23 shots- nine in the first picking up his 39th career shutout and lowering this year's goals against average to 1.77. Jim Dale Doug Jarrett and J. P. Bor- deleau scored for the Hawks. In Reggie Leach scored his first two goals of the season and Joey Johnston collected four assists to lead the Golden Seals. The Seals led 2-0 after the first period and 3-2 at the end of the second. The victory ended Califor- nia's eight-game wmless defeats and a tie. Atlanta is undefeated in its last five games with three and two ties. Tonight's schedule has St AND ANOTHER BOWL Ga. A group of businessmen has announced the creation of a Poultry Bowl football game matching two small-college football teams. The game will be played Dec. 8. Among the teams being con- sidered are Jacksonville State Troy Grambling and Carson-Newman Gainesville is among the country's largest centres of poultry production. Louis at New York Islanders at Detroit at Buffalo at Los Angeles and Atlanta at Pitt- sburgh. Sunday it is Toronto at De- the Islanders visiting the Vancouver at Chicago in Los Angeles and St. Louis at Philadelphia. Penalties 14 I t-M r DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE ft GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE REWARD Yourself now by taking advantage of our tour to SHUSWAP LAKE Per Couple all and Got aCOjUOMIlOO Wltfl our wonderful way of llfo at B.C. Soo tor wtiy dtoCfhvwMUn0 buy eft hew maoo ttiolr Focroatton jlramont homo HI ttw Moi community on boautlful Shuawap Lako. FILM SHOWING Nov. 11 2 and 4 p.m. WESTERNER ROOM ELRANCHO MOTOR HOTEL BOB PRESTON II ftwwrw Meter HoM m ACT NOW CUTS IMvt PROS ourof war Tolan traded SAN DIEGO San Diego Padres Friday traded pitcher Clay Klrby to Cincin- nati Reds for outfielder Bobby Tolan and relief pitcher Dave Tomlin. The 25-year-old a right has been a starter for San Diego since the expansion club was formed in 1969. He has compiled a win- loss record of 5Z-81. been interested in Kirby for a long time and we're happy to have him on our Bob president of the Reds said Kirby. averaged 225 in- nings for each of his five Na- tional League seasons. This year he had a record of 8-18 and an earned run average of 4.78. unhappy about leav- but he is enthusiastic about joining a Cincinnati club where he's got a chance to be a part of a very competitive Padres general manager Pete Bavasi said. Bavasi said with outfielder Matty Alou and brings us considerable left-handed hitting punch Tolan has a lifetime batting average of .280. He batted a disappointing .206 with the Reds last year. He was placed on the disabl- ed list toward the end of this season but was ordered taken off by National League presi- dent Chub Feeney. SPORT FANS By GARY KIRK Ever wonder how many separate plays a team gets in a football game7 In col- lege teams average about 80 plays per game in pro football teams average about 70 plays per game Oddly this Super Bowl game. which will be played in n NOT being played in Houilon't moil the Astrodome It will be played at the University ol Rice Stadium in Houiton... The Astro- dome MiM ebout while Rice Stadium MIU ebout At per the Nation- al Football League can take in about more by playing in Rice Stadium In- ol the Astrodome. Which was the first sports team ever to travel by air- plane7 The University of New Mexico was first but there's a humorous twist to the story Back in 1929. New Mexico had a football game against Occidental Col- lege in Los and New Mexico officials decided to make history by flying their team there But Coach Roy Johnson cautiously sent only the second team and the stu- dent manager by air He and the first team went by trami I bet you OUnt know Kirk's An- nual Snow Tire Sato to on We're Haded with Great Buys on Tires tor all Cera end Trucks. One example Unlroyal Belted Snow Plow Tires for only with other sizes at comparable These are wider than conventional snow rug- ged tread pattern digs and drives. Just the thing for Safe Winter Driving better get a eel first thing SM KIM'S tor in KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 3 lOCATTOW TO SEME Y80 KMKf FBME. I.C. ;