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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHMIDOE HERALD November FARM AND RANCH TOUR Of SOUTH PACIFIC From Calgary 2019 per person Includes Hr ten. ac- conwdauon. and moafc. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CIMTMVtLLAaaMAU. MKMIfl Herald- Sports 81. Krikke snipes one Forward Ron Krikke fires one into the top corner eight times and lost 11-8 Saturday won Sundays Alberta Sunday night against Drumheller Falcons. who scored Junior Hockey League encounter 4-2. RICK ERWIN photo Cold hot Sunday for split Longhorns continue to mystify By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Leth bridge Longhorns started out slowly on the weekend but finished up strorg to manage a split in a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League games staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. The Longhorns were on their blades for 120 minutes in their two outings but never really started to skate until 43 minutes had elapsed. As a result they managed a respectable 11-8 loss to the Edmonton Mets Saturday night and a solid 4-2 victory over the Drumheller Falcons Sunday night In Saturday's the Mets jumped to an early 2-1 first period lead and extended it to 8-3 by the end of the second. They added another two goals within the opening three Cascades belted by Elks The Lethbridge Midget Elks were definitely not the perfect hosts as they literally blasted the Coleman Cascades 24-1 in a Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League game at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Sunday. The outcome of the lop- sided affair was more-or-less evident after the first period if play when the defending Elks jumped to a 10- I lead. They walked in to score seven more times in the se- period which extended .he margin to 17-1. Mike Boychuk paced the Elks with three goals and seven assists while teammate Dave Jackson followed with our goals and three helpers. Other Lethbridge marksmen were Michel Durnont. Scott Mark Jaldry. Bob Bruce Mock and Darrell Osmond vith two goals apiece while ..orne Osmond and Ron tallied singles. Mike also netted a wit-trick in one-sided tilt. Kelvin Surrey replied for he Cascades who were oat- ihotM-19 and assessed 13 of 24 ninor penalties. minutes of the final period but then the Longhorns started to do some skating. The local club out scored the visitors 5-1 in the remaining 17 minutes of play but the damage had been done Gary Wayne Babych and Paul Messier led the Mets' attack with two goals apiece while Tony Rick Zaparnmk and Gary Rissling added singles. Albert Dumont and Bruce Small fired in a pair of goals for the Longhorns with singles going to Ron Ken Dave Hougen and Brent Cleland The Mets outshot the locals 34-30 and took nine of 17 minor penalties as well as one of two majors. Meanwhile the Longhorns continued to skate hard in Sunday's tilt and as result earned themselves a hard- fought win over the Falcons. After a scoreless first period they finally got the upper hand by firing in two un- answered goals late in the second. The markers were tallied by Terry Roberts at the mark and by Ron Krikke a little less than two Minor hockey action The Blades and Argos battl- ed to a 2-2 draw in a Bantam B contest over the weekend as two players just exchanged goals in the first and second periods. Michael Coghlin tallied in the opening two periods for the Blades while Jim Van Got replied for the Argos. In another league Dave Popo'Mtch scored a pair of goals in leading the Ramblers to a 4-3 victory over the Nuggets. James Coghlin and Larry Skidmore added a goal apiece for the winners while Jan Van Egmond scored twice in a los- ing cause. The Rangers also came up with a 4-3 win as they dumped the Raiders. Michael Will MacMillan. Keith Aiken and Murray Houghton tallied for the Rangers. The Raiders came back the next day to edge the Kings 3-2 behind Robbie Sudiekat's two- goal performance. Mark Cameron chipped in with a singleton for the Raiders' attack while Dale Belsher and Ralf Quint notch- ed a goal each for the Kings. The Bruins fired in a goal in the opeing and closing periods to blank the Cougars 24. Barrie Cowie and Blake Tillotson tallied for the Bruins while Mark Reid registered the shoutout. Three goals by Brian Robinson and two by Kelly Horon gave the Lions a 5-1 decision over the Eagles. Bobby Boulton replied for the Eagles who trailed 2-1 after two periods of play. In a Bantam A the Black Hawks whipped the Voyageurs 5-2. Kevin Dragland led the Hawks with two goals singles came off the sticks of STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION P.M. Omar Atkw KfMMti Myron Carey Kamitomo and Erick Harrison Warren Calder scored twice in a losing effort. Meanwhile in a Pee Wee en- the Jets tripped up the Pintos 6-1 Cosell upset Fla. Television commentator How- ard mauling the profession that feeds Saturday lambasted sports reporting- as from top to bottom out of touch with Cosell shouted to 400 newspaper managing editors from the United States and Canada -It's tune you tell it like it every athlete is a shin- ing example of young manhood or said Cosell. every sports owners is a selfless civic benefactor. Not every game is great com- In an invective-filled speech to the Associated Press Managing Editors Association convention. Cosell said sports departments in American newsnanerc are manned by world sports journalists who are not mentally or ethically to do their jobs. How can newspapers allow their writers to travel and live off of teams they Co- sell asked. are so close by living with the athletes that they are barred from writing the truth. reporters are paid by local teams to do brochures and publicity. This is nothing but a conflict of interest. Every aspect of your opera-- tion should be pure and clean Even Condi's own was not im- mune from his diagnosis of sports journalism as ethically and morally bankrupt. Danny Znm rifled in a hat- trick for the Jets while Jim Allen added two and Doug Canadine one. Wayne Parenteau handled the scoring for the Pintos. A three-goal performance from Darren Moroz gave the Flyers an easy 5-0 win over the Falcons. Faron Ellis and Phil Hewko chipped in with a goal apiece for the Flyers who led 3-0 after the first period. Meanwhile in an exhibition game staged in the Flyers edged their hosts 8-7. Robert Nonomura and Phil Hewko paced the local club with three goals apiece while Craig Ellis and Mark Dumont aided with singles. Kenny Klatt scored three times for Foremost while Darren Wutzke slapped in two and Andy Thompson and Robert Karl one each. In a Southern Alberta Little Spud League Jeff Takeyasu and Myles Ully scored two goals apiece to lead the Labor Club Bees to a 7-4 decision over Taber Elks Saturday. In a Pee Wee contest Satur- Rory MacLennan fired in a pair of goals and paced the Flames to a 4-1 victory over the Braves. Gregg Skretting and Marlwoe Gurski added a goal apiece in the win while Allan Tajuri replied for the Braves. In another Little Spud League the Lethbridge Mariands defeated Brooks M Brian Kanewischer rifled in three goals for the Mariands while Allan Steve Tsu- juri and Cam Jarvie aided with singles. Murray Paskall scored twice and Craig Rust and Don Elmer once in a losing cause. MILLIONS WATCH NEW YORK A television survey snowed that 'the seven-game World Series of baseball between champion Oakland Athletics and New York Mets had an average audience of 59.9 million including nearly 70 million for the second game in Oakland when costly errors by Mike Andrews in the 12th inn- ing paved the way for a 10-7 Mets victory. minutes later. Darcy O'Sullivan pushed the Longhorns' lead to 3-0 at mark of the final period but the Falcons threatened to come back after a pair of goals by Gary Bembridge. Albert Dumont finally put the wraps on the game for the locals with less than two minutes left Drumheller outshot the Longhorns 33-25 and picked up four of five minor penalties in the cleanly-played game. In Blairmore Gordie Adomeit scored three goals Sunday but it wasn't enough as Edmonton Mets downed his Pass Red Devils 5-4 in league game. John Hawkins got the other goal for the Red Devils who trailed 1-0 after the first period and 4-2 after the second. Les Crozier led the Mets with two goals while Corrie Risshng. Wayne Badych and Doug Lecuyer got the others. The Pass outshot Edmonton 50-40 Edmonton took eight of the 15 minor penalties and each team had one major. Two power-play goals in the third period enabled Red Deer Rustlers. Henry Bancks with Canucks 4-3 Sunday night. Barry Terry Brian Sutler and Ron Lecuyer scored for the .Rustlers. Kerry Bancks with two and Dean Magee ac- counted for Calgary's scoring. EDMONTON 11. UTH0RIDOE I Flral period 1. Curne 2 Messier 3 Dumont Penalties Modgkinson Bigneli Second period 4. Krikke 3 5 Soetaert Babych 7. Magnan 9.23. 6. Edmon- Zaparaniuk 9 Klinkhammer 10 Mentor Edmon- Soetaert Penalties Krikke Lecouyer Henderson. PopkmsKI. ThM period 12. 1-39. 13 PHmnntnn. 14 Hougen 4 15. Edmonton. Rltsllng 16 Small 17. Small 18. Dumont 19 Cletand Penalties Lecouytr KHnkhemmer Hoyda period No scoring Panamas wiwww teeoAd parted 1. Roberts 16 2. Krikke PenerMea Rook TMrd pwtod 3. O'Sulllvan 4. Drumheller. 5. 6 Die nwnt 17-92. Penalties IITHMIPQI OFFICI MJHNITUftB CHAIRS Bulls have more desire and it shows up often ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Bulls have won 14 basketball games in 18 attempts this season and coach Dick Motta thinks he knows why. we just have more desire than some of the other said the fiery Motta. play very we dive for loose we just have more Motta's Bulls have won more than their share of squeakers this National Basketball Association season and they pulled another one out Sunday edging Detroit Pistons 104-102. Veteran guard Norm Van Laer sank a 20-foot jump shot with just three seconds left to give Chicago its winning margin. Elsewhere in the Buf- falo Braves beat the Capital Bullets 112-100 and Seattle Su- personics defeated Philadelphia '76ers 95-91. Utah Stars shaded San An- tonio Spurs 83-80 in the only American Basketball Associ- ation contest played. Chet Walker led the Bulls' attack with 28 Jerry Sloan had 24 and Bob Love added 21. The Bulls trail Milwaukee by one game in the Midwest Division. The Bucks are 15-3. Buffalo centre Bob McAdoo had 43 points against the Bul- lets who dropped half-game behind first-place Atlanta in the Central Division. Gail Goodrich pumped in 30 points for the Lakers against the Cavaliers. Fred Brown sank a basket and a pair of foul shots in the final 38 seconds to give Seattle its winning margin over the 76ers. Brown wound up with 22 points while teammate Spencer Haywood led all scorers with 31. A field goal by Zelmo Beaty and foul shots by Willie Wise and Ron Boone-flown the stretch won it for Utah. Wise wound up with 28 points against San Antonio. Saturday's NBA Detroit Buffalo New York Milwaukee Capital Atlanta Portland Houston Maluta sinks Broncs CANADIAN PRESS Swift Current Broncos' six- game unbeaten sequence end- ed Sunday night and much of the credit goes to Ray Maluta. The Flin Flon Bombers who had a four- goal night in Swift Current two weeks scored three times and assisted on three other goals. Maluta's scoring outbursts gave him a season total of 15 goals and paced the Bombers to a 7-1 Western Canada Hockey League win. The following a 3-3 standoff Saturday night against the Broncos in Flin preserved the Bombers' three-point edge atop the Eastern Division over Regina Pats and Brandon Wheat each with 24 points. Pats salvaged a. 2-2 tie on home ice Sunday with Clark Gillies and Mike Wanchuk scoring within 53 seconds in the second period. Medicine Hat Tigers got goals from Bryan Maxwell and Brad Gas- soff. Ken Gassoff of the Tigers scored three goals Saturday night en route to a 9-7 victory over New Westminster Bruins. playing in Medicine had two goals by Greg Vaydik while Boyd Ed Tom Bast and Cliff Bast also scored. For defenceman Ron Gnschner had two goals and the others were by Sid Pry- Ken Kelly Wayne Jeske and Clayton Pachal. Victoria Cougars downed the visiting Kamkwps Chiefs M on the strength of Peter Morns' two goals and scores by Mel Brad Anderson and Ron Poole. Randy Andreachuk scored twice for Chiefs and the others were by Chris McMasters and Jack Patterson. Boston Kansas City- Omaha Los Angeles Phoenix Philadelphia Golden State 106. Saturday's ABA' New York Virginia Carolina Utah Ken- tucky Indiana Denver Memphis San An- tonio San Diego 96. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Red Deer The Pass Calgary Edm Drum 11 11 10 6 9 9 0 0 0 69 103 101 56 84 93 22 22 20 13 Lein NATIONAL Boston Toronto Montreal Buffalo NY Ranger Detroit W L T F A 14 4 1 95 52 29 8 5 5 63 45 21 9 6 2 56 47 20 9 7 1 55 57 19 s 7 7 4 64 54 18 6 10 1 53 78 13 5 8 3 41 53 13 NY laid. Phila Chicago St. Louis 7 7 34 50 11 Wed DivMoii 12 5 1 55 29 25 .7 4 6 50 29 20 8 5 3 49 36 19 6 4 44 46 18 9 41 72 13 LA Minn 10 2 44 58 12 3 8 6 47 61 12 5 11 1 38 62 11 B... B B Buf B M T Lemalre. M Mm Park. 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