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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Prom SUNNY SAN DIEGO IKCttLI-MU-WSXWUMVS hem per ponea AeoiiiMndrtioii. wid IXTKAt. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL The Herald- Sports Summaries CHICAQO NY BAMOlM 4 First Period-1. NY Patella 5 RusseM Kannoglmser Second 2. Chicago 3. Chicago. Red- mond 2 4. NY Tkaczuk 6 5. Pohs 2 Penalties-Park Tallon Third Russell 4 7. NY MacGregor 4 8. NY Rangers. Kannegiesser 1 17-13. Tkaczuk Shots on goal by Chicago 8 11 Rangers 14 7 8-21 DETROIT 4. NY ISLANDERS 3 First Redmond 9 2. NY Gagnon 2 3. NY Stewart Dionne Howatt Johnston major game St. Hughes D Collins major Lewis Cameron D. Potvm Second NY Stewart 7 5. Detroit. Charron 10 mis- D. Lavender majors Harris Third Redmond 10 7. Boucha 4 D. Potvm 4 Fontaine Smith Shots on goal by New York 9 10 Detroit 9 14 12-3S BUFFALO ATLANTA 1 First scoring. Manery Second Carriere 2 2. Buf- Rombough 1 Deadmarsh Atkinson 15.17. Third Richard 4 5. Luce Manery Shots on goal by Buffalo 9 14 Atlanta 10 6 TORONTO CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. Henderson 7 2. SIttler 6 Turn- Penalties Murray Glennie Brossart Second Period 3. Thompson 2 4. Henderson 8 Penalties Boldirev Weir Monahan Third Period 5. Boldirev 2-34. Penalties Murray 14 Kehoe 16 Stewart on goal by Toronto............16 a California 3 12 MINNESOTA VANCOUVER 3 Period 1. Pren- tice 2 2. Qibbs 5 3. Qoldtworthy 9 Penalties Bergman Bergman misconduct Dailey Period 4. Grant 9 5. Boudrias 4 6. Schmautz 6 Penalties Wllklns Hextall Lever Third Period 7. Goldsworthy 10 8. Ververgaert 2 9. Grant 10 Penalties Reid McSheffrey Parise Bergman Shota on 0ow by Vancouver........... 6 10 Minnesota........... 911 PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES 4 First Period 1. Clarke 6 Joe Watson Penalties Joe Watson Saleski Dupont Murdoch Second Period 2. Clarke 7 3. Los Berry 8 4. Los Corrigan 2 5 Philadelphia. Crisp 2 6. Los St. Marseille 1 7. Saleski 6 13.09. Penalties Murdoch Bladon Ashby Van Impe Dupont Van Impe Third Period 8. Los Nevln 6 St. 9. Bladon 4 Joe Penalties Van Impe Maloney Clarke. Harper Shots on goal by Phlla............... 13 13 LA.................. 5 14 BOSTON MONTREAL 3 First Cashman 6 2. Marcotte 2 3. Cournoyer 11 F. Edestrand Second Period-4. F. Mahovlich 3 15-17. Montreal too many men served by Wilson Richard Sheppard Smith Third Savard 4 3.54. 6. Hodge 10.10.7. Lafleur 4 Shots on goal by Boston 9 6 Montreal 12 7 RUNNERS SNOWED OUT SASKATOON The Canadian Intercollegiate cross-country to be staged here during the was postponed by a six-inch snowfall. Event organizers switched the event to on Nov. 24. Anxious moments Minnesota North Star goalie Gump Worsley vergaert during National Hockey League action watches teammate Tom Reid bend over to block jn Bloomington on Wednesday evening. Reid's play centering pass by Vancouver Canucks' Dennis Ver- was successful as the puck wound up under Worstey. Habs put on it was the good old days By GLEN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer .Remember what- National Hockey League games were like before the league expand- ed in crowd of at the Montreal Forum and a national television audience got a taste of the old-time style of play Wednesday night as the Canadiens took on Boston Bruins. The game featured end-to- end crisp fast skating and outstanding goalkeeping and when the final whistle the A lot of people have been drinking your whisky. The 8 people in this photograph can stop production at Tradition s distillery. And not even the President can budge them. It is no joke. There are 3 teams of peopJe at Tradition's distillery and they have almost legendary power. The power of taste. With it they.can stop cases of wh isky from ever reaching you. You we have spent a lot of time and money getting Tradition to taste the way it does. mellow. As we Canadian you can taste But making a great whisky is no great feat. Most Canadian distilleries make very good whisky. The problem is making great day after day. Bottle after bottle. Sip after sip. Pity the single Mender. At schemey we thmk it-s inhuman to give one man the responsibility of deciding on the maintenance of day after day. The food he his his habits all contrioute in some ways to his perception of taste. And a certain taste is not something you can tap with a hammer. You can't see taste. You can't feel taste. You can only taste taste. And this is why ScheViley has developed the 3-team method of whisky tasting. The First Team.the Second Team and the TniHllflQ IcfUIl. Not one drop of Schenley Tradition can reach you until it has passed the critical palates of our taste teams. Not a drop. It does not matter if a production man howls about schedules. It does not matter if an execu- tive says through clenched close If it isn't it isn't Tradition. Pictured here are some of our First Team members as of March 1973. Each fnember has earned his position by recording consis- tently high averages in taste But none is secure. In the members the Second Team wait. And tie- hind a team of robkies Team. AH of this efteirt. is based on trp fact that we believe Tradition is a great-tasting And we'd like to keep it that way. This whisky has passed the tests of the Schenlcy Tradition Tailf Teams and 1.1 guaranteed to carry the true Tradition taste. signed by these people. Cdnarlian .Sclienlej DistilleriHi Lid. No other Canadian whisky is signed as taSted and approved. Behind the label of each bottle of Schenley you'll fined the signatures of the two who approved that particular blend of whisky. It means you're about to enjoy Tradition. Not something close to it. We think you'll enjoy Schenley Tradition. Probably the most thoroughly taste-tested whisky in the country. Schenley Tbadftfem. signed by 2 teams. TRADITION C.m.idMii Sclienley Distillum's Lid Olphratinn. the Anniversary ol the C in uii in Schrnlfy rooil.ill Aw.ircls Bruins had their second straight one-goal win over Montreal. A goal by Ken Hodge at 10.10 of the third period gave the Bruins a 4-3 victory. Hodge intercepted a bad pass by Canadien' defenceman Pierre Bouchard and whipped the puck past Montreal goalie Wayne Thomas from close range. In other Detroit Red Wings edged New York Islanders 4-3 in a penalty- studded New York Rangers and Chicago Black Hawks battled to a 4-4 Minnesota North Stars dumped Vancouver Canucks 6- 3. Buffalo Sabres upended Atlanta Flames Toronto Maple Leafs licked California Golden Seals 4-1 and Philadelphia Flyers nipped Los Angeles Kings 5-4. Boston coach Bep Guidolin said it was big game for both knew Montreal would be coming after us. They are not the type of team that is used to losing three games in a row. was like old-time hockey. It was some kind of Bouchard's mistake even- tually cost Montreal the but Canadien defensive errors also led to Boston's three other goals. The Bruins snapped a 2-2 tie at of the final period when Andre Savard scored on a three-on-one breakaway as Montreal defenceman Serge Savard was caught up ice. don't make mistakes like that and say it was a good hockey snapped Scotty Bowman. The win left the Bruins four points ahead of second-place Buffalo and five in front of the Canadiens and Maple Leafs. At Henry Boucha scored with 4Vi minutes to play to give the Red Wings their triumph over the Islanders. It was Detroit's third consecutive win since Alex Delvecchio was named coach a week ago Delvecchio signed a three-year contract Wednesday. A total of 122 minutes in penalties were assessed .in the 84 in the first period. Bob Nystrom of the Islanders and Larry Johnston of Detroit were handed misconducts following their first-period fight. In the Rangers-Hawks Sheldon Kannegiesser fired a 50-foot shot past Chicago goalie Tony Esposito with less than three minutes remaining to break the Hawks' victory string at four games. A first-period goal by Jean Ratelle of the Rangers ended Esposito's shut-out streak of 140 minutes and two seconds. Bill Goldsworthy and Danny Grant each had a pair of goals and defenceman Barry Gibbs had a goal and four assists as the North Stars handed the Canucks their fourth straight defeat. The Flames had a seven- game winning streak snapped .as they dropped a home-ice decision to the Sabres. Larry Mike Robitaille and Don Luce scored for Buffalo with Jacques Richard getting the lone Atlanta goal. Paul Henderson scored his seventh and eighth goals of the season as the Leafs dumped the Golden Seals. Ivan Boldirev of the Seals spoiled Eddie Johnston's bid for a shutout with a goal early in the third period. Defenceman Tom Bladon's goal at of the third period gave Philadelphia its llth win of the season and enabled them to open up a four-point lead over second-place Atlanta in the NHL West. Bobby last year's most valuable player in the had two goals for Philadelphia. In tonight's the Rangers visit the Bruins and St. Louis plays host to Pitt- sburgh. Approved Skates Supreme Special Pro Black Panther Junior Supreme 2 .99 Skat. 1117.2nd LETHBRIDQE OFFICE LMMT 7M tkwt MfMMf tWI .CHAIHS... Pat Sullivan I have sat at my typewriter three times this week trying to say what I really feel about the passing of a dear friend and Tom Adams. My association with Tom began 13 years ago when I was the office boy of the Lethbridge Herald. At 122.50 a week I wasn't too sure of my future. But it was Mr. Advertising who told me that a lot of great newspapermen started as off ice'boy. He reminded me that you have to start someplace and as office boy the only direction is up. I remembered calling him Mr. Adams two or three times and his reply was always the goodmorning Mr. or thank you Mr. Sullivan. It took me just a couple of days to start calling him Tom. I almost went to work for Tom in the advertising department. I decided on the sports department. And who was my biggest Tom Adams. The same guy who had bought me lunch and had spent a great deal of his spare time helping me groom myself for advertising. Instead of being upset at my last minute he com- mended me on my having the strengths of my But possibly the biggest moment of my association with Tom was when he was named general manager of The .Herald. I went to see him in his office to congratulate him. I also asked him if his new appointment would have any affect on our you know first name an oc- casional beer or two together. had better he said shouldn't come before It saddens me to think that all the nice things you think about a person are said when it's too late. I'm not referring to the fact that Tom ever doubted my respect for his position at the Herald or the fact that I held his friendship high. But as I sit here I why wasn't it ever said that it was Tom who rolled up his sleeves and helped organize golf tournaments and bonspiels for the staff. He was as big a push behind the Herald Social Club as anyone'. D'Arcy Rickard and I were talking Monday after word was received of Tom's death. D'arc was telling me of how Tom en- couraged him and his cartoons when D'arc was struggling some years back. As D'arc put it' 'he didn't have to spend time on but that was the kind of guy Tom was. If I I would like to offer up this short thought. This is the way Tom's death struck If Life were a game of Tom Adams should still have nine holes left to play. But life isn't like that. You never get to play all the holes you want. There is always another tee box you can never quite reach. I can't help Tom paid for 18 holes. Nine holes was cutting things short and Tom never lived that way. In my books he still has credit for nine holes. I know he isn't just in the clubhouse waiting to again on 10. But I can think that and I want to. I can think that because I in his he left us in- structions on how he would have played the last nine holes had he been able to continue. Tom employer and a 46 but deserved a 92 simply because he he played the game all out. And if I may say I hope you find that golf course built for left handed golfers. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL EMt Division W L T Boston....... 11 4 1 Buffalo........ 9 5 1 Montreal 8 5 2 Toronto....... 7 5 4 NY Rangers 5 6 4 Vancouver..... 5 a 1 Detroit 5 9 1 NY laid 2 6 7 WMt DIvMon 11 5 0 7 4 4 546 Phila Atlanta Chicago' St. Louis...... 6 5 3 Pitts 5 6 3 toinn.......... 3 7 5 L. Ang........ 5 9 2 Calif 4 10 1 F A 72 48 23 50 47 19 44 36 16 56 39 18 49 41 14 36 48 11 47 66 11 34 46 11 51 26 22 41 35 18 40 27 16 40 33 15 37 56 13 44 55 12 41 54 12 35 60 9 BASKETBALL SCORES -NBA Boston 110 Seattle 104 Portland 111 Detroit 108 K.C.-Omaha 118 Houston 116 ABA Virginia 113 Memphis 108 Carolina 107 Kentucky 102 Indiana 84 San Antonio 83 Utah 129 San Diego 119 Intercollegiate Manitoba 85 Brandon 80 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 4 Montreal 3 Toronto 4 California 1 Chicago 4 NY Rangers 4 Detroit 4 NY Islanders 3 Minnesota 6 Vancouver 3 Philadelphia 5 Los Angeles 4 American New Haven 1 Hershey 1 Providence 11 Rochester 3 Cincinnati 4 Richmond 2 Central Oklahoma City 5 Dallas 4 Fort Worth 6 Albuquerque 3 Western Phoenix 5 Denver 2 Seattle 4 Portland 2 International Fort Wayne 6 Flint 5 Des Moines 5 Port Huron 0 Columbus 5 Muskegon 2 Western Canada Flin Fion 3 Kamloops 3 New Westminster 4 Victoria 4 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 9 Notre Dame 4 B.C. 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