Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, November 15, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE KERAID Kodiaks Lake third victory Pronghorns still looking for victory By LLOYD YAMIOISH1 Herald Sports Writer The University of British Col- umbia Thundorbirds went home happy as they made a clean sweep over the University of Lelhbridgc with a 99-75 victory over the Pronghorns Saturday night On Friday night., the Thun- derhirds dropped the Prong- horas 94-03 in the Western Can- ada Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball League opener. The Pronghorns' efforts to contain the Thunderbirds' sharp-shooters fell to the way side early in the contest as they trailed 52-29 at half time. Mid- way through the first half, the Pronghorns only trailed by four points. Shooting was the big factor once again, with the Thunder- birds being good on 51 per cent of their shots from the field while the Pronghorns connect- ed on SO per cent. On the foul line, the Tlnuider- birds sunk 19-25 attempts while the Prongboms hit 15-23. Ron Thorsen could be tabbed as the individual star perform- er as he racked up 32 points, many coming after stealing the ball. Four other Thunderbirds scored In the double figures Andrmtchnk Lack wiih club Sings split on weekend It wasn't a wasted trip north for the Lelhbridgc Sugar Kings as they split two Alberta Junior Hockey League games on the road this weekend. Saturday night, the Sugar Kings were belted 7-1 by the league leading Mount Royal Cougars while Sunday afternoon they did their belling, smashing the Dnimheller Fal- cons 7-2. Saturday night, Bill Fraser and Cliff Hendrickson simk the Sugar Kings with two goal outings. Bob Murray, Ron Logan and Jim Pratt got the other Calgary markers while Terry Tarnow was the lone Sugar King marksman. In the Kings' nets, Warner Crawford handled 30 drives while Bam1 House kicked out 27 for Calgary, Sunday afternoon, the Sugar Kings came right hack and thrashed Dnimheller 7-2 with the help of Randy Andreachuk's two-goal performance. Weekend scorers By THE CANADIAN' PRESS SUNDAY Toronto 3 Philadelphia 3 2. Hender- s on; Kelly, Van Impe. Montreal nulfaln 2 Tardif; Luce. N'fcw York G Vancouver 1 N e w 2, Park, Ratelle, MacGregor, Egers; Boston 11 Los Angeles 2 3, Esposilo 2, Walton 2, Weslfall, R. Smith, Bucyk. Bailey; Los Joyal, Widing. Chicago 4 California 1 M i k i t a, KorolJ, R. Hull; California- Gilbertson. SATURDAY New York 5 Buffalo 2 New Gilbert, Balon, DeMarco, Hadfield; Perreault, Martin. Monfreal 5 Minnesota 1 2, Tardif 3; Pittsburgh G Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh Hextall 2, Schinkel 2. Leiler, Polis; Los 2, Lonsberry, Berry. Detroit li Philadelphia 3 2, Mc- Donald, Brown, Delveccliio, Berenson; let 2, Clarke. Vancouver 2 Toronto 2 Maki; Hen- derson. St. Louis 5 California 1 St. Crisp, B. Plager, Bordcleau, Pari- zeau; Andreachuk came home afler toiling with the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Junior League since the begin- ning of the season. The Sugar Kings were more than glad to see Andreachuk since their goal production hasn't been up to par so far this season. Last season Andrtachuk fin- ished league play with 26 goals along with 32 assists and was also the top scorer In the play- offs for the Kings In Sunday's contest Andrea- chuk got help by solo markers from Ken Dodd, Mark Severyn, Mike Clark, Chris McMasters and Ken Wilson. Rod Cox and Don Simituk re- plied for the Falcons. The Sugar Kings also outshot the Falcons 39-38 and took 10 of 16 penalties. In other games Sunday, the Americans win, PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fia. (AP) Jack Nicklaus hugged the solid silver interna- tional cup presented to the low scorer in the World Cup golf championships and said he wished "it didn't exist." Lee Trevino, one-time S30-a- weck driving range attendant, was being served beer and hav- ing his cigarette lit by a bil- lionaire. The two United States' golfers finished ahead of teams from 45 other nations Sunday, shooting a 21-under-par total of 555 at PGA National Club. Nicklaus finished with a per- sonal 17-under-par 271. "The individual award should be eliminated from the World said Nicklaus. "It's a team tournament and no one person should be allowed to steal the show." South Africa was the runner- up. 12 shots behind the U.S. New Zealand was two strokes farther back in third at 569. Gary Player had led the South African challenge for two days with 69-67, but the Golden Bear's incredible 63 on Saturday made it a meaningless Sunday as the Americans coasted to victory. Canada's entry of Moe Nor- man, Gilford, Ont.. and Winni- peg's Wilf Homenuik were well down in the individual stand- ings. Norman, at 291, was 20 strokes off the winning pace while Homenuik was another stroke back. John D. MacArthur, tourna- ment host and one of the world's 10 richest men, climbed to the podium and delivered Trevino's requested beer. Lee then had MacArthur light him a cigarette. Share B.C. honors VANCOUVER (CP) Two outstanding British Columbia high jumpers, Debbie Brill of Haney and John Hawkins of Vancouver, were named Satur- day as the British Columbia Track and Field Association's Athletes of the year. Miss Brill is the current North American women's rec- ord-holder in the high jump and took a gold medal in the event in the Pan American Games in Oali, Colombia this year. Minor hockey Two second-period goals by Ricky Barva led the way as the Red Wings doubled the score, 4-2, on the Canadians in week- end action in the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association. Douglas Pitt and Alan Borks added singles for the winners. Kim Torfason and Tom Block notched the goals for the Cana- dians. Brian Wright led the way as the Bruins dumped the Cougars 5-1 in Bantam B play. Wright scored twice while solo rrrark- j ers came from Dean Kjeld- gaard, Ken Serbu and Mauro Cattoni. Terry Bailey replied for the Cougars, The Mustangs and Seals play- ed to a 2-2 tie in another Ban- tam B encounter. Keith Johnson and Dan An- derson scored for the Mustangs. Steven Michie and Bobbie Shade tallied for the Seals. In Bantam1 "B" play Randy Service rapped in two goals and led the Ramblers to a 3-0 vic- tory over the Eagles. liod Ross also chipped in with a singleton. The Whips squeezed past the Falcons 2-1 on Loshney's third period marker in Pee Wee ac- tion. McNally managed the Whips' other goal while Hamilton con- nected for the lone Falcon's score. Four goal performances by Randy Syrenne and Earl Iii- garfield paced the Lelhbridge Marlands to a one sided 13-1 victory over Taber Pee Wees in an exhibition game Sunday. Calgary Cougars edged the Red Deer Rustlers 4-3 while the Cal- gary Canucks defeated the Ed- monton Movers 5-3. In Calgary ihird-period goals wiliiin one minute and 20 sec- onds of each other by Rick Nornden and Rick Alexander wrapped up an 4-3 victory for the Cougars over Rustlers Ron Filyk and Bob Murray scored the other goals for the Cougars who were ahead 1-0 after the first period. They only managed the one goal despite spending much of the period on the Red Deer end of the ice, outshooting them 16-8. Ken Nelson, Bob Lewis and Bill Haynes were the scorers for Red Deer who managed a 1-1 tie in the second period be- fore succumbing to an increas- ingly strong Calgary attack. Meanwhile in Edmonton the Calgary Canucks scored four goals in the tlurd period to de- feat Edmonton Movers 5-3 Sun- day. Calgary led 1-0 after the first period but the Movers tied it 1-1 in the second. Calgary got goals from Marl Lomenda, John S'nodgrass, Dennis Olmstead, Don Snow- den, and Don Mandryk. Brian Clouston, Terry Ewas- iuk and Dave Bell tallied for the Movers. In Edmonton Craig Styles scored three goals, two in final period, to lead Edmonton Maple Leafs to a 4-3 win over Calgary Canucks Saturday. Outstanding goaltending bv Bill Oleschuk in the Edmonton nets helpeo as the Maple Leafs were shorthanded for five min- utes during the final period on a speaking major to Ray Tiem- er. During part of the time, Edmonton played two men short because of another minor penalty. Calgary outshot Maple Leafs 20-9 during the period. Elks drop Hornets 9-5 The Lethbridge Midget Elks scored five goals in the first period and rolled to a 9-5 vic- tory over the Vauxhall Hornets in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League action over the weekend. The Elks had a 5-1 lead after the first period of play, but watched the host Hornets come up trailing only 7-5 after the second. Reg Osmond was the big gun for the Elks scoring a hat-trick while Joe Meli chipped in with two goals and three assists. Terry Roberts, Bobby Spitz- er, Myles Fox and Kim Me- Naughton added singletons. Vauxhall received a two goal performance from J. Dunsmore while M. Brown, R. Olson and W. Smith managed a goal apiece in a losing cause. Tigers ichi twice on iveckend with Jolin Mills leading the way with 13 points. Stan Callegarl, Darryl Gjernes and Bob Philips all added 10 points apiece. Bill Magierowski and Don Hamilton shared the lime-light for the Pronghorns battling all the way in a losing cause. Magierowski rimmed 23 points and once again led the team in controlling th? ball, Rookie Hamilton chipped in with 18 points and led both clubs in rebounds with 10. The Pronghoms, who mus- tered up 12 more points than in Friday's match also received a 12 point performance from Clark Sloan and a 10-point out- ing by Doug McKay. After a total of 65 turnovers Friday night, both clubs settled a little and only gave up 55 Saturday. The Pronghorns lost possession on 28 occasions. Ijethbridge Community Col- lege Kodiaks made it thtvc straight in their exhibition basketball schedule as they came home with a weekend 78-53 win over the University of Calgary Junior Varsity. The locals had some trouble getting untracked in the game as the glass backboards gave them problems with the live bounce. Kodiaks shook the ef- fects off and won in impressive fasln'on. WILLIAMS HOT Gary Williams, improving every time out, led tiie way with 27 points while bustling Alec Dudas chipped in with 1G. Kodiaks will spend the next week getting ready for the President's Invitational tourna- ment set for Friday and Satur- day. Six teams, including two from American Colleges, will see ac- tion in the two-day event. University of Victoria Vikings forced University of Calgary Dinosaurs into a series of mis- takes Saturday night to defeat the Albertans 6249, completing a two-game sweep. Vikings downed the Dinosaurs 66-15 Friday in the season- opener for both clubs. Victoria came alive afler struggling to a 28-27 half-time lead and were led by Gord Hoshal, who had 11 of his 15 points after the intermission. Danny Quance of Calgary was the game's high scorer with 18 points. University of Victoria Vik- ettes roared from a 10-point deficit: to defeat University of Calgary Dinnies 52-46 Saturday in a women's league game in Victoria. THUNDERBIRDS n PRONGHORNS 7S Thunderbirds Allison 4, Callegart 10, Dickson S, Gicrnes 10, Herd 8, Hoy 7, Matheson, Mills 13, Phillips 10, Thorsen 32. Pronghorns Burr 2, Hamilton IS, Hunler 2, Kempt 3, Lehhman 2, Maci- ierowskl 23, Rirle 1, Sloan 12, Trost 2, McKay 10. WHEN ARE YEP 's GOIN1 T' GROW UP, AM' ALL THESE SHE STILL 'ASN'T FOK5IVEN ME Bruins Hast Kin as Orr, Esposito hot By IAN MaeLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer When either Bobby Orr or Phil Esposito is hot, Boston Bruins are a team to be reck- the National However, they gave evidence Sunday night they've not lost the scoring touch as they blis- tered Kings' goalie Gary Ed- wards with 35 shots. "The kid had some boomers the 'Bruins' give every impres-; coming at said Boston sion they're ready to he the i coach Tom Johnson, "We've oned with in Hockey League. When both are on the firing line, as they were Sunday night, spicuously silent this year and With left winger Wayr.e Cash- the Bruins have been operating man sat Hodge in the shadow of New York's I on bench and had Esposito fast start. I centring veteran Ed Westfall and Mike Walton. Walton also found the pairings to his advan- tage. He connected for his and fifth of the year. Fspasiiio's production moved him hack into the individual scoring lead with 30 points, in- cluding goals, and a two- strike force that shattered most j been having trouble" clicking on Ranger taemates of the league's offensive marks last year. Orr, Boston's 24-year-old de- fenceman, scored three goals in in one game for the second time in his career and assisted on three others while Esposilo, the record-setting shooter of a year ago, added two more in Bruins' 11-2 rout of Los Angeles Kings. In other games Sunday, New York Rangers beat Vancouver Canucks 6-1, Chicago Black Hawks downed California Golden Seals 4-1, Montreal Can- adiens were held to a 2-2 tie by Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers skated to a 3-3 lie. in play Saturday, Montreal bsat Minnesota North Stars and Gump Worsley 5-1, Toronto and Vancouver played to a 2-2 stale- mate, New York tripped Buffalo 5-2 in an afternoon game, De- troit Red Wings downed Phila- delphia 6-3, Pittsburgh Penguins defeated Los Angeles 6-! and St. Louis Blues upset California 5-1. Esposito riddled NHL goalies for 76 goals and 152 points last year as the Bruins scored 399 on the opposition. Orr was runner- up with 37 goals and 139 points. But the Bruin shooters, in- cluding wingers John Bucyk and Ken Hodge who each collected more than 100 points in the 1970-71 season, have been con- and really were firing away at him." Esposito, who also picked up three assists and was on for eight of the Boston goals, one more than Orr, found a change of lineinates to his liking. Day wins event TORONTO (CP) Coming back into top international orbit as one of Canada's hottest com- binations on the equestrian jumping scene, Jim Day of Oak- ville and his young chestnut, Sundancer, won the interna- tional doubles and trebles event at the Royal Horse Show Satur- day. It was the fourth major vic- tory for the pair in the interna- tional circuit this fall, including their starring role in anchor po- sition at Canada's Nations Cup win in New York last week. Hod Gilbert and Vic Hadfield. The Boston outburst was the most productive night of the season for any NHL team and kept the Bruins within striking distance of bolh New York and Montreal in the East Division. New York has 28 points, Montreal 25 and Boston 21. To- ronto is fourth, another six points back. The Rangers shelled Vancou- ver goalie George Gardner with 52 shots, Bobby Rousseau's two goals gave him eight for the scored four for Minne- sota all last ex- tended New York's unbeatean string to 14 games, matching the streak they put together two years ago. The club record of 19 without a loss was set in the 1939-40 schedule which, coincidentally, was the last time Rangers won the Stanley Cup. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM BIS JOHN QUINN KURT VON HESS Sito A let vs Belafonfa Medrano WAYNE BAKER il Kings take over top spot Jj- JL l> APPLIANCE and TV CENTRE SUGGESTS FOR EASY WINTER CtOTHES CARE SEE THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC WAYNE BAKER DRYER By TIIE CANADIAN' PRESS Kdmonton Oil Kings scored a 4-3 overtime victory over Flin Flon Bimiln'i's Sunday to com- plete a tuo-game weekend sweep and move into sole pos- session of first place in the western division of i.he West- ern Canada Hockey League. Oil Kirfis defeated Flin Flon S'aturday. Calgary Centennials, in sec- ond place in the western divi- sion, thumped Swift. Current Broncos 5-2 Sunday after los- ing a hard-fought 5-4 decision to Medicine Hat. Tigers Satur- day. Tigers moved into sole pos- session of third place in the western division Sunday with a overtime victory over New Westminster Bruins. Saskatoon Blades held off a last-minute drive by Brandon Wheat Kings Sunday to reg- ister a 5-4 and move one point of Brandon's JOE'S BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN NORBRIDGE SHOPPING CENTRE 724 23rd St. North JOE ABRIOTTI would like- to invilc liis many friends and customers to drop in nncl say hpllo. eastern division lead. Saska- toon lost 5-4 to Winnipeg Jets Satiu'day. Kegina Pats, tied with S'ask- atoon for second place, took their third consecutive win Sunday with a 5-1 victory over Vancouver Nat.s. In the WClIL's other week- end game, Victoria Cougars defeated Swift Current Broncos 5-1! Saturday. Flin Flon led Edmonton 3-2 Sunday when a goal from Don Kozak with less than three minutes remaining in regula- tion play evened the score. John Rogers then flipped in a rebound for the Edmonton vic- tory. Other Edmonton scorers were Dandy Smith and Thil Russell. Bob Thomson, lie] lannone and Blaine Stoiighlon scored for Flin Flon. In Saturday's Kdmonton-Flin Flon game, Fred Comric scored twice for the winners while Handy Smith, Dairy Ko- la, Bill Gorrow, Terry Kniith, Phil liussell and Tom Dhidcn added single.s, Ducmo Bray, Jim Cnilcr, Dan Morrision and Al Hillicr were the Flin Flon Marksmen. Derek Black and Doug Hor- bul sparked the Centennials' attack on Swift Current with two goals apiece while Mike Rogers added the other. Swift Current's Henry Durkin stopped 42 shots in (lie game, compared with 23 turned aside by Calgary nctminder John Da- vidson. Terry McDougall and Alex Kogier had the Bronco goals. 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