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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI LITHBKIDOE HERALD Monday, Novsmbtr Bobby finally clicks for jets with two goals See-saw west sees Flyers on top of heap now By THE CANADIAN I'KESS Bobby Clarke, who estab- lished himself as a bona fide National Hockey League star with Team Canada against the Russians, is carrying his star status with dignity. The Bill Maslerton Trophy winner of 1971-72, from Flin Flon.. Man., scored two goals and assisted on two others Sun- day night as Philadelphia Fly- ers overwhelmed California Golden Seals 8-3 to get atop the topsy-turvy NHL's West Divi- sion. Tire shifty centre ace tied the score at 1-1 early in the second period, assisted on Brent Hughs's goal a! to again tie Blackout at Drumheller Kings, Falcons game postponed DRUMHELLER (Special) For the second lime this year an Alberta Junior Hockey League game was affected by power failure. Sunday evening Drumheller Falcons were to host Lethbridge Sugar Kings in a league en- counter bul a power blackout forced postponement of the game until a later date not yet set. Earlier in Ihe year a game at Blairmore was halted with seven minutes remaining be- tween the Pass Red Devils and Calgary Canucks. Tuesday evening at the Kings will host the Red Devils. Thus far in three meeting the Devils have won all three. Edmonton Mets scored one goal in each period to down the Sugar Kings 3-1 Saturday night. Glen Roberts. Gord Picker- big and Syd Rayner scored for Sons triumph twice Lethbridge Y's Mens Native Sons came up with two solid performances over the weekend as they opened the home part of their Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League schedule. Saturday evening, before a disappointing gathering of less Uian 100 fans, the Sons drop- ped Oyen Bees 6-2 while Sun- day afternoon the locals came from behind three times lor a 4-3 victory over Hanna Ambas- sadors. The Sons trailed 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 before Randy Joevanazzo tallied the winning marker at the mark of the final per- iod. Brad Cox, Garry Craik and Garry Mann accounted for the other Lethbridge goals. Barry Cross, Gerry Meers and Randy McCullough replied for Hanna. Saturday night the Sons were never in trouble. Craik, after Albert Dumont had. given the Sons a 1-0 lead, fired home a pair of goals in nine seconds and the locals were on their way to their initial win. Derrick Blasco, Don Johnson and Mann made it 6-0 before Oyen was able to score two late third period markers. Keith Radcliffe notched both Oyen markers. The two games bordered on rough-house affairs. Saturday night Leo Harrold dished out 54 minutes in punalltes includ- ing a major and game miscon- duct to each team. Sunday Mike Balint whistled down 44 minutes that saw each team take a major. More sport on Page 11 the Mets with Brent Cleland countering for the Kings. Edmonton was called f o r eight minor penalties while Lethbridge had six minors and a major. Edmonton outshot the losers 28-26. Don Easlcott got two goals including the winner and two assists Saturday night to lead Calgary Canucks to a 5-4 victory over the Pass Red Devils. Greg Smith, Brian Killer and Roger Lamoureux got the others for the winners who led 2-1 after the first period. The Pass tied it 4-4 in the second. Ron Flockhart scored two goals for the Red Devils while John Hawkins and Terry Mc- Faul had one each. Mike McCollum of the Pass was outstanding in goal hand- ling 55 shols while Ron Burgess of the Canucks handled 35. The Pass took six of 10 minor penalties. Each team had two majors and one game miscon- duct. The Rustlers scored four first- period goals and coasted to an 8-3 win over The Pass Red Devils Sunday night. Dale Bingham scored two goals to lead the Rustlers. Barry Lassiter, Doug Lindskog, Brian Sutler, Doug Gillespie, Darryl Wallis and Brian Steph- enson got the others. Rob Flockhart, Derek Haas and Mel Zinger replied for The Pass. Red Deer had period leads of 4-0 and 5-1 and took 11 of 19 penalties, including three majors and two game miscon- ducts. The Rustlers fired 44 shots at Red Devils' goalies Brant Mason and Mike McCollam while Dsn Stephenson and Andy Mydlak made 29 saves for Red Deer. Canadians well back MELBOURNE, Australia (CP-AP) Two golfers from Taiwan overcame last-round difficulties in a howling wind to win the World Cup team cham- pionship here Sunday. Hsieh Min Nan and Lu Liang Huan finished the 54 holes with a 438 total to defeat Japan by two strokes. Then came South Africa at 444, the United States and Australia at 445, England at 449 and Korea, Belgium and Argentina at 452. The Canadian Gi- roux of Montreal and Boh Pan- asiuk of Windsor, in a four-team tie for J7lh at 4CG. Hsieh also won the individual honors, despite a last-round 7B for 217, two strokes ahead of Takaaki Kono of Japan, who closed with a over the Royal Melbourne course. Among individuals, Giroux was tied for 25th with three oth- ers with and Pan- asiuk was tied for 46 with 75-75- Bad weather in the final round forced scores sky high Tony Jacklin of England came in with a 72 for 22fi and Gary Player of South Africa had a final 76 for 224. MAGRATH GOLF CLUB Annual Fall Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14th 7.30 p.m. LIONS HALL, MAGRATH AGENDA: 1972 FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND ELECTION OF 1973 EXECUTIVE Meeting ii opon la the Gonorol Public especially proienl Golf Club momben the scare at 2-2, Ihcn gave the Flyers the go-ahead goal at California never seriously threatened the Flyers after Dave Schultz, Simon Nolet and Ross Lonsherry poured goals past Seals' goaltender Man' Ed- wards in a span of one minute and 45 seconds early in the third period. Elsewhere Sunday the scores were Montreal Canadiens 5, Boston Bruins 3; New York Rangers 5, Los Angeles Kings 1; Chicago Black Hawks 5, De- troit Red Wings 1; Buffalo Sa- bres 1, Pittsburgh Penguins 0 and Atlanta Flames 3, Van- couver Canucks 1. END KINGS' STREAK Montreal, with a five-point lead over the Rangers in the East, ended Los Angeles' nine- game unbeaten string Saturday night, 5-2, while St. Louis Blues blanked Toronto Maple Leafs 1- 0, the Rangerrs shelled Califor- nia 7-2, Minnesota North Stars defeated New York Islanders 3- 0, Philadelphia beat Buffalo 3-1 and Vancouver edged Pitts- burgh 4-3. The Islanders entertain Mon- treal Tuesday night with Detroit at Vancouver and Los Angeles at Minnesota in the only other scheduled games. Clarke, who beat opposing goaltenders for 35 goals last year, increased his 1972-73 total to seven after 17 games. Sev- eral minor skirmishes devel- oped in the opening period but the game was penalty-free in the final 40 minutes. Frank Mahovlich, who scored two goals against Los Angeles, got Montreal moving again Sun- day against Boston. The Canadiens opened a 3-1 lead before Boston got un- tracked and threatened to sal- vage a tie with six attackers in the closing moments, but defen- ceman Guy Lapointe scored the insurance goal into the empty Bruins' goal with eight seconds remaining. The game produced only four minor penalties until Frank Ma- hovlich and Boston rookie Terry O'Reilly exchanged blows at of the third period Meanwhile in the new WHA Bobby Hull took a couple of games to find the scoring range, but it came at an oppor- tune time for his Winnipeg Jets. The high-scoring left winger, benched in Winnipeg's first 14 games of the World Hockey As- sociation season by legal en- tanglements in U.S. courts, not- ched his first two goals Sunday night in the Jets' 5-2 victory over Los Angeles Sharks. The win moved Winnipeg atop the WHA's Western Division with Alberta Oilers who lost 3-1 to the Eastern Division leaders, Cleveland Crusaders. Ottawa Nationals edged Philadelphia Blazers 2-1 on Brian Conachor's goal with less than three minutes remaining in the only other game played Sunday. QUEBEC TAMES AEROS In Saturday's action, the scores were Quebec Nordiques 3, Houston Aeros 1; Cleveland Chicago Cougars 1 and Al- berta 5, Los Angeles 3. Tonight's lone game has Houston in Boston against New England Whalers. Hull was playing in only his fourth game with Winnipeg. A court action in the U.S., brought by his former employers, Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League, pre- vented him from playing until a Philadelphia judge's ruling gave him the go-ahead last Wednesday. He scored the first and final Winnipeg goals and the Jets' fans gave him a standing ovation after each score. Ab McDonald, Chris Bor- deleau and Danny Johnson also tallied for Winnipeg. Bernic McNeil and Gary Veneruzzo scored for Los Angeles. Power-play goals by Grant Erickson and Gary Jerrett in the first period gave Cleveland a 3-0 lead before in Ed- monton. Ron Buchanan opened the Crusader scoring. Ron scored, with Cleveland short- handed in the second period, for the lone Aiberla goal. Aiberla cenlre Jim Harrison, the league's leading scorer, was held pointless after picking up 11 scoring points in the previous three Oilers' games. But the rugged centre was ac- tive elsewhere, picking up three minor penalties and five min- utes for a second-period fight with John Hanna. The heavy-hitling Crusaders knocked Doug Barrie and Steve Carlyle out of action. Alberta coach Ray Kinasowich said Carlyle suffered a possible con- cussion and Barrie a severely bruised leg. Both were sent to hospital for observation. Conacher's goal at of the tbird period broke up a de tensive struggle before al Ottawa's Civic Centre. Both goaltenders, Ottawa's Les Binkloy and Yves Arch- ambault of the Blazers per- formed almost flawlessly Michel Plante of Philadelphia and Wayne Carlelon of the Na- tionals exchanged the earlier goals. BOUNCING SAVE The puck lakes a bounce out of the catching glove of Montreal Canadians' Ken Dryden after he made a slop on Boslon Bruins' Ken Hodge Sunday nighl. Canadiens won the game at Boslon Garden 5-3. (AP Wirepholo) Tollestrup brilliant, but Pronghorns lose Weekend scorers WINNIPEG (Special) Uni- versity of Winnipeg Wesmen, with Barry King scoring 23 noinls, defeated Lethbridge Uni- versity Pronghorns 83-75 in an exhibition basketball game Sat- urday night. Phil Tollestrup paced Leth- with 34 points and Wes- men coach Frank Evans said bnll game. The only reason we beat them was because we had more balance." Joel Irish contributed 22 points for Wcsmen, whose ex- hibition win was their second in as many nights. They defeat- ed Dawson College Bucs of Montana 95-69 Friday night. In Havre. Northern Montana later, "he controlled the whole l hurst to a 23 point lead and A sad moment LOWER SACKVILLE, N.S. (CP) "I lecl very bad today. To sec what shape she is in to- day and the tremendous mile she trolled makes me feel sad Speaking was Duncan MacDo- nald of Sydney, N.S. Saturday as his nine-year-old trotting wonder Fresh Yankee left the harness track [or the last time. "This is a sad moment for me." MacDonald R. J. of Sydney picked up Ihe marc during a sale in 1964 for In Vr seven-year racing career she returned nearly million in winnings. With Sanders Russell of Ste- venson, Ala., who bought the horse on behalf of the Cape Breton men, on (be sulky, Fresh Yankee trotted an unoffi- cial 1-5 mile over the Sack- ville Downs track here Satur- day, her last racing mile. MacDonald, who bought full ownership of the slurdy mare a few years ago, watched as blacksmith Alonzo Holmes re- moved her shoes. Sunday they left with her for a farm in Brampton, Out... where she'll stand as a brood mare. then staved off a laic charge by the University of Saskat- chewan for an 82-67 college bas- ketball victory here Saturday night. .loci Johnson led Northern Montana with 19 points while Bob Thompson had 15 for Sas- katchewan. In Bulle, Montana Tech har- ried the University of Cagary with a full court press, built up a 20 point lead in the first six minutes and coasted to a 95-75 college basketball victory over the Canadian School Satur- day night. Paul Appel led Ihe Oredig- gers with 18 points and Paul Pryor added 15. Bill Lathrop lei Calgary with 13 points. In Edmonton Great Falls Col- lege Argonauts ol Montana completed a sweep of a week- end exhibition basketball series with the University of Alberta Saturday night with an 84-66 victory over the Golden Bears. Reggie Rush scored 21 points to lead Great Falls, with Roscoc Seamon contributing 17. Wally Tolleslrup paced Alberta with 18 points. Great Falls edged Alberta 68- 62 Frilay night. Junior crown goes Hurricanes blew Rams out SASKATOON (CP) Ham- ilton Hurricanes won the Cana- dian junior football champion- ship Saturday with a hard-hit- ting 33-8 win over Rcginn Rams, who were seeking Ihelr third consoculivc national lille. They took the Regina Leader- Post Trophy hack cast allor an absence of seven years by Ren- crally-oul-muscling the defend- ing champions before a capac- ity crowd or about fi.OOO t Griffith Sladlum. "I think they thought they would Just run over said Hamilton coach Fred who led his club lo a surprising win over Ottawa Soonurs lo adviince to the final. "We know they hart a great blocking offensive lino hut wo had our linebackers moving nround all the lime back Ihero and their linomcn didn't know who lo block." Quarterback Joe h'abinni threw an imaginative atlack nt the Hams nml while he loscd jusl nine passes, ho completed five with Ihrcc going for touch- downs. I'M John Lavcry grahlwd two of IIHI pusses for majors from 26 and 25 yards out and running back Rick Chnluuka caught a short screen and re- vealed tlw Rums weakness by running over nrvl around lack- Icrs for a 17-yard touchdown late in Ihe gnmc. Jolin Kclley, converted lo full- back from defensive, halfback just four games before Ihe fi- nal, also ncnctralcd the in- cohesive defence by galloping for 72-nnd 65-yard touchdowns. Fabinnl rounded out the scor- ing with Ihrce converts. Rcglnn's only touchdown oame in UK fourth, quarter on 17-yard end run by Rick Storey. GrcK Johnson converted tlis touchdown and Rocky Trclca- vcn kicked n (il-yard single lo complete the Rnms' scoring. Rnms lost two of lour fumbles and quarterback Barry Polow- ick threw one interception which sol up the second touch- down strike to l.nvcry. rtcgina had (id offensive plays to Hamilton's 40 and rolled to 20 first downs compnrcd with elRht by Ibc Hurricanes, who led 7-1 after one quarter nnd 21-1 at the half. The third quartv WM scoreless. SUNDAY NY Raageri 5 Las Angeles 1 3, Irvine, Carr; Los Montreal 5 Boston .t Monlreal-F. Mahovlich, Wil- son, Tardlf, Lefley, Lapointe; B o s l o Sheppard, Bailey. Buffalo 1 Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia S California 3 Philadelphia Clarke 2, Hughes, Barber, Dornhoefer, Schultz, Nolet, Lonsberry; Call- torn i Graves Marshall. Atlanta 3 Vancouver 1 Hicke, e i t e r mont. Chicago n Detroit 1 2, Mikita, An- o 11 i, Maid; 'ecchio. SATURDAY St. Louis 1 Toronto t SI Louis Ungcr. Montreal 5 IMS Angeles t Mahovlich 2, Lemaire, Coumoyer, Houle; Los Berry. Vancouver 4 Pittsburgh S Lever, Schmaulz, Kurtenbach; Pitts- burg Shack, Pronovost. Philadelphia 3 Buffalo 1 Philadelphia MacLeish 2, Barber; Minnesota 3 NY Islanders 0 Minnesota Hamls, Golds- worthy, Prentice. NY Rangers 7 California 2 NY Rangcrs-Hadfield, Fair- bairn, MacGregor, Tkaczuk, Vickers, DeMarco, Salher; Cali- Patrick. 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