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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SUNNY SAN DIIOO CIHTMVtl ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL par PMM MumiAS. -The Herald- Sports Craik crunched Centre Gary Craik of the Lethbridge about to go down wasn't the only one who felt the crunch of the Drum- heller Falcons in their Alberta Junior Hockey League tussle in Drumheller. The Falcons ran away from the Longhorns with five goals in the third period for an 8-2 win. Wings double victory output Delvecchio is doing things right PHE CANADIAN PRESS Whatever Alex Delvecchio is doing as coach of Detroit Red is doing it as he's known around he National Hockey las been behind the bench for ust two Red Wing games and hey have won equalling he number of wins the club lad in its first 12 games. Delvecchio ended his 23- rear NHL playing career vhen he took over as coach rom Ted Garvin last career is coach of the Wings lasted ust 12 games before he was ired. Sunday night the Red Wings umped into a 5-1 lead over Poronto Maple Leafs and hung on for a 5-4 making Delvecchio's home debut a happy one. The Wings beat the North Stars 4-2 in Minnesota in his first game as coach Saturday night.. Against the Red Wings got top-notch perform- ances from Marcel Dionne and Mickey a cou- ple of stars who hadn't been too bright for the first 12 games. Dionne and Redmond picked up two assists each and gener- ally skated as though they wanted to play. Guy Charron fired three goals and Nick Libett got the others. Norm a former Red Wing and team-mate of for the Leafs with Jim McKenny and Ron Ellis getting the others. In other the GAG Line started to leading New York Rangers to a 5-2 win over their cross-town the Boston Bruins beat Vancouver Canucks Chicago Black Hawks shutout Los Angeles Kings 3-0 and Philadelphia Flyers beat St. Louis Blues 4- 3. Saturday the Blues pulled a blanking the Canadians in the Leafs and the Islanders tied 3- 3 in Buffalo Sabres defeated Los Angeles Atlanta Flames and Pitt- sburgh Penguins played a 4-4 tie and the Red Wings beat the North Stars 4-2. The Bruins moved three points ahead of the Canadians in the NHL East with the deci- sion over but man- aging director Harry Sinden is unhappy. the heck is going on in this Sinden THE LETHBRIDGE BLIND BOWLERS ASSOCIATION WINNERS of PriM Draw STAN BATES ia05-3rd AM. N. BETTY SOLVEY 730-4U1 SL S.. WINNIE GILL St S. ROSE STANKO Alta. C.A. BOND Box Lathbridge MIKE MOOUS 430-l2th SL C. N. The members of the Associa- tion appreciate the support of the bowling fraternity and the patron- age of the public. Regina player swallowed his tongue By THE CANADIAN PRESS The swiftest play in the Western Canada Hockey League Sunday night was made by the physician who freed the tongue of Regina Pats rookie Rob Tudor after he had been struck in the throat by a skate. The rookie forward scored three goals to lead the Pats to a 5-3 victory 'over Calgary Centennials at Regina before he swallowed his tongue as he fell to the ice. He was taken to hospital for observation. In other games the SNOW BLOWERS v 4 Mp Bwtttc SUrt and CfMUM Ncv only 499 .00 International Harvester SALES A SERVICE CENTRE Phone Oil Kings defeated Brandon Wheat Kings 4-1 at Swift Current Broncos defeated the visiting Medicine Hat Tigers and Flin Flon Bombers tied New West- minster Bruins 1-1. .The Bombers tied the Cou- gars 4-4 at Victoria the Wheat Kings were beaten 6-4 by the Tigers at Medicine Hat and the visiting Bruins lost 4-1 to Kamloops Chiefs. Flin Flon is first in the East- ern Division with 23 one more than Brandon and two more than Regina. Calgary leads the Western Division with IB three more than the Bruins and four more than the Tigers. Jim Minor and Rob Laird scored singles against Calgary in the Pats' 10th victory in 15 starts. Danny Mandryk with two goals and Mike Rogers with one handled the Calgary scoring. Broncos had two goals against Medicine Hat. Ian Terry Willie Friesen and Brian Trottier each notched a pair while singles were scored by Garland Hubick and Dean Samis. Medicine Hat got three goals from Ed Jonnstone and one from Garry Dean. Gary Vaughn pac- ed Medicine Hat over the Wheat Kings with two goals. Ken Brad and Boyd Anderson added singles. John Paddock with two goals and Rick Blight and Ron Chipperfield replied for Brandon. shouted after the game. officials are taking the game away from the players. like to see some old- fashioned hockey played. You can't bodycheck anymore or you get a penalty. You make a loud noise against the boards and it's a Sinden was upset because referee Peter Moffat called 52 minutes in SO minutes against the Bruins. Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr got goals for the Bruins. For Espo it was his 19th goal in IS games and extended his record of having at least one point a game to 26 At Madison Square the GAG Rod Jean Ratelle and Vic Had- were involved in three of the Rangers' including two by Gilbert. BREAKS CLUB RECORD The first Gilbert goal was the 273rd he's scored for New breaking the club record held by Andy Bathgate. glad that Jean Ratelle got the said Gilbert of his record-breaking goal. played together so long on the GAG The initials stand for goal a a clip at which it once scored goals. played together tonight for a he said. something we haven't been doing this but it's nice to get going Familiar Mikita and were the stars in Chicago's 3-0 win over Los Angeles. Dennis Hull and Stan Mikita popped goals for the Hawks while Tony Esposito got the his second in two games and fourth of the year. NHL weekend scorers SUNDAY St. Uats 3 at Philadelphia 4 St. Sateski. NY libaitf 12 at NY Rasters i N ADI AN Fairbairn. Vaacoaver t at BOSUM 4 Sav- Edestrand. Tersate 4 at Detntt i Charron Libett 2. Chicago 3 at Los Aafelei I D. Rota. SATURDAY Detroit-Redmond Grant I. 3rd ANNUAL SKI SWAP H U H S No College Mall. East End 0. Tuiali Sit- Keon. Atlanta 4 at PIlUBaaa 4 Atlaata-Deadmarih Pitts-. awfh-Schock Polls. I at LOT Aajstaa S Lea Rota. St. Leata i at Msrtwl St. Leah-Kelly Sather PUHMTUJII LTD. 8.C.M. TYKWMTEflS Longhorns win in Edmonton Drumheller with five goals in the third skated away from Lethbridge Longhorns for an 8-2 Alberta junior hockey league victory Sunday night. The Falcons got two goals each from Ron Cam Christcnspn and Roger with singles coming from John Hilworth and Jim Bechtold. Ron Krikke scored twice for Lethbridge. Drumheller led 3-2 after the second the first 20 minutes ended in a 2-2 tie. Each team fired 20 shots oh goal. Drumheller was charged with nine minor penalties and one misconduct. Saturday night the Longhorns jumped into a 4-1 first period lead and hung on to defeat the Edmonton Mets 7-5. Ron Krikke scored twice for the Longhorns while Brent Darryl Randy Bernie Syrenne and Brad Cox com- pleted the Lethbridge led 4-1 and 6-4 by periods.. Joe Ted Joe Gary Rissling and Jerry Smith for the Mets. Edmonton outshot Lethbridge 33-31 and took eight of 13 minor penalties. The Mets also were assessed a misconduct and a game mis- conduct. Meanwhile in Red Deer the Pass Red Devils scored three unanswered goals in the se- U of L Gold advances with wins The University of Lethbridge Gold captured four straight matches and advanc- ed to tier 2 play in Alberta Senior Men's Volleyball League action at Olds over the weekend. During the league the 15 teams in the ASMVL are divided into three tiers who play a series of four round-robin tourneys. the teams are not fixed in a particular tier all year since the team who finishes lowest after a round- robin series will be relegated to a lower tier and the team that finishes highest will ad- vance one tier higher. As it stands after three round-robin series the U of L Gold have jumped to tier 2 level play and will finish the season off at this which includes the playoffs. Teams participating at this level will include the Univer- sity of Calgary University of Calgary Bron- Calgary Mount Royal University of Alberta Bear Cats and the U of L Gold. According to U of L Gold's Dr. Jim the Dinosaurs are favored to win the tier 2 title but not without a hard-fought battle. considered the but not outstanding favorites. We should be able to beat them if we're ready and I think we he commented. players are just com- ing around and are starting to play like they're able to. Olds for it's hard to determine which were the most outstanding. was an overall team ef- but a few players like Eugene Ray Romses and team captain Wayne Street were just commented Day. The team effort did pay off as the U of L Gold captured all their matches two straight games with the exception of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology who forced them to the limit. The U of L GoM defeated N.A.I.T. 194 and 154 while losing 15-13. Meanwhile N.A.I.T. placed second in the third roand- robin series with a 1-1 record while OUs followed in third at 2-2. University of Calgary Cavemen and U of L Blue finished fourth and fifth places with 1-3 and M records respectively. cond period to defeat the Red Deer Rustlers 3-2 in an league game Saturday night Pete McMahon was credited the winner when a Rustler defenceman kicked the puck into his own net. Brad Adomeit and Bill Kelps scored the other Rei Devil markers. Kelly in the firs period and Larry Bowyer ii the scored for Rei Deer. Only two a minoi and a misconduct were called ELRIGH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Red Deer 11 The Pass 9 Calgary 9 Edm........... g Drum 6 Leth NATIONAL 3 11 T F A Pta 0 83 62 22 0 SB 48 18 0 84 68 18 0 88 78 18 1 64 84 12 1 51 89 7 Boston Mont Buffalo Toronto Rangers Van Islds Detroit Phlla Atl Chi St. Los Pitts Minn Call LEADERS GAP B............. 19 15 34 Buf............. 13 11 24 B 8 16 24 B.............. 10 11 21 T.............. 10 10 20 M ...........10 9 19 5 13 18 Mln........ 8 9 17 Pha 5 1217 M.............. 5 12 17 WORLD N. Eng........ 9 Quebec 9 Chicago....... 8 Cleve 7 EMI DIvMon W L T F 6 1 61 1 67 1 51 2 50 3 58 Tor 5 10 NY............ 5 10 2 36 Diviilon W L T F Edm 12 1 0 64 Minn.......... 8 5 1 54 Wpg 7 7 2 57 Houston....... 6 4 1 47 LA............ 5 12 0 44 Vcr.......... 3 13 0 41 A 47 19 59 19 41 17 44 16 67 13 71 12 A PtI 34 24 40 17 54 16 32 13 67 10 76 6 WHA LEADERS GAP E.............. 8 18 26 E............... 13 13 25 Q.............. 9 13 22 H 14 7 21 V 13 8 21 NE 13 7 20 T............... 8 12 20 H................. 5 14 19 W 12 6 18 M. M 8 10 18 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Detroit 5 Toronto 4 NY Rangers 5 NY Islanders 2 Boston 4 Vancouver 2 Chicago 3 Los Angeles 0 Philadelphia 4 St. LCnjia 3 World Winnipeg 8 Lew Angeles 2 Minnesota 6 Cleveland 4 Edmonton 4 Toronto 2 Quebec 3 New England 2 American Jacksonville 3 Baltimore 2 New Haven 4 Nova Scotia 4 Providence 5 Hershey 2 Rochester 8 Boston 3 Springfield 2 Cincinnati 0 Western Portland 4 San Diego 4 Western Canada New Westminster 1 Flin Flon 1 Regina 5 Calgary 3 Edmonton 4 Brandon i Swift Current 10 Medicine Hat 4 Manitoba Junior Selkirk 7 Dauphin 6 Brandon 3 St. James 2 St. Bonlfacti 10 Kenora 5 West Klldonan 8 Winnipeg 3 B.C. Junior Nanaimo 6 Chilliwack 7 Penticton 6 Lang ley 0 Bellingham 6 White Rock 2 Saskatchewan Junior Humboldt 12 Weyburn 7 Prince Albert 8 Saskatoon 6 Regina Foxes 5 North Battleford 4 Notre Dame 4 Regina Pats 3 Alberta Junior Calgary 5 The Pass 2 Drumheller 8 Lethbridge 2 SATURDAY National St. Louis 5 Montreal 0 NY Islanders 3 Toronto 3 Detroit 4 Minnesota 2 Detroit 4 Minnesota 2 Buffalo 5 Los Angeles 3 Atlanta 4 Pittsburgh 4 World Houston 8 Vancouver 3 Edmonton 6 New England 3 New York 4 Quebec 3 Cleveland 4 Winnipeg 2 Chicago 3 Toronto 2 American Cincinnati 3 Boston 3 Baltimore 4 Hershey 1 New Haven 3 Springfield 1 Virginia 2 Jacksonville 0 Richmond 4 Rochester 3 Central Dallas 4 Albuquerque 0 Fort Worth 5 Oklahoma City 2 Tulsa 3 Omaha 0 Western San Diego 2 Seattle 1 Denver 3 Phoenix 1 International Dayton 4 Fort Wayne 1 Columbia 4 Muskegon 3 Port Huron 2 Saginaw 1 Western International Spokane 4 Trail 0 Cranbrook 6 Nelson 2 Western Canada Junior Flin Flon 4 Victoria 4 Medicine Hat 6 Brandon 4 Kamloops 4 New Westminster 1 Saskatchewan Junior Estevan 6 Yorkton 4 Regina Foxes 7 Prince Albert 6 Alberta Junior Lethbridge 7 Edmonton 5 The Pass 3 Red Deer 2 British Columbia Junior Vernon 5 Langley 2 Nanaimo 6 Chilliwack 4 White Rock 4 Bellingham 2 University Exhibition Manitoba 6 Calgary 5 Brandon 4 Saskatchewan o Alberta 5 British Columbia 3 Bemidji Minn. 5 Winnipeg 3 St. Clair 6 Kent State 3 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY NFL Miami 44 Baltimore 0 Atlanta 44 Philadelphia 27 New York Jets 33 New England 13 Cleveland 23 Houston 13 Minnesota 28 Detroit 7 Green Bay 25 St. Louis 21 Washington 33 San Francisco 9 Cincinnati 16 Buffalo 13 Pittsburgh 17 Oakland 9 Denver 30 San Diego 19 Los Angeles 29 New Orleans 7 Dallas 23 New York Giants 10 BASKETBALL SCORES SUNDAY NBA Milwaukee 110 Capital 91 Kansas City-Omaha 103 Cleveland 93 Chicago 116 Seattle 98 SATURDAY NBA Golden State 126 Buffalo 105 Chicago 106 Portland 104 Milwaukee 84 K.C.-Omaha 83 Atlanta 120 Philadelphia 97 New York 100 Cleveland 90 Boston 102 Detroit 97 ABA Carolina 95 Memphis 90 Denver 88 San Antonio 78 Kentucky 111 Virginia 107 Utah 105 Indiana 100 San Diego 107 New York 105 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off ttwRoad Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 Avfl S 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;