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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LBTHIRIDOE HERALD November 1173 Where will Derek By THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston Bruins may face a roster problem this week when veteran centre Derek Sanderson becomes eligible to return from Boston Braves of the American Hockey League. It's the kind of a problem most other teams in the Na- tional Hockey League would like to as they watch the Bruins smash their way Weekend scorers SUNDAY Atlanta 2 at Boston 5 Ly- Vad- Hodge. Montreal 4 at Detroit 6 F. Libett Bailey Collins 2. Pittsburgh 0 at NY Rangers 7 Vickers. California 2 at Buffalo 0 Graves. SATURDAY Philadelphia 2 at Vancouver 2 Vancouver Lemieux Buffalo 5 at Montreal 8 Laperriere Lafleur F. Mahovlich. Detroit 0 at Boston 8 Marcotte. NY Rangers 6 at Minnesota 3 Ra- Min-. Featherstone. NY Islanders 0 at St. Louis 4 St. DeMarco Chicago 4 at Pittsburgh 1 Pittsburgh- Polls. Toronto 4 at Los Angeles 3 Los St. -Marseille Murdoch. Blazers approach Bathgate VANCOUVER The Sun says former National Hockey League star Andy Bathgate could be named coach of the World Hockey Association's Vancouver Blazers within a week The evening newspaper said Saturday the WHA team had approached Bathgate earlier this week and he was close to accepting Earlier this John McKenzie quit as coach to concentrate on his playing. Bathgate broke into professional hockey with the Western League Vancouver Canucks in then helped the Canucks to win WHL titles in 1968-69 and 1969- 70 near the tag end of an out- standing playing career. He still ranks 10th among all-time NHL scorers with 349 goals and 624 assists in games. He spent 12 of his 16 NHL seasons with the New York Rangers. relentlessly through the Eastern Division. The Bruins appear to have little need of Sanderson's services as they blanked Detroit Red Wings 84 Satur- then doused Atlanta Flames 5-2 Sunday night. In other games the Red Wings bounced back to defeat Montreal Canadiens 6- New York Rangers shut out Pittsburgh Penguins 7-0 and California Golden Seals tripped Buffalo Sabres 2-0. Toronto Maple Leafs nipped Los Angeles Kings 4-3 Satur- day and in other matches the Rangers beat Minnesota North Stars St. Louis Blues blanked New York Islanders Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers battled to a 2-2 tie and Canadiens whipped the Sabres 8-5 Despite Boston's wealth of talent and obvious scoring coach Bep Guidolin likes to play things but he did give his team a rare day off today. been a tough week with four games in five but this is the time to get the Guidolin said Sunday night. want to pick up the points in a November- December home Guidolin said will be tougher after With Phil Esposito contrib- uting his 21st goal and assisting on two other the Bruins moved eight points ahead of Toronto and nine ahead of defending Stanley Cup champions. Most of the Bruins welcom- ed a but the NHL scoring was the exception as he thought of practice Tuesday and Wednesday. skating now and we weren't early in the the big centre said like to keep going I'd rather play ev- ery night than practice Train- ing camp is for sent down two weeks ago to get himself into playing has been a sensation with the scoring four goals and assisted on two others in just three games. NO SURPRISE games are no surprise to Guidolin said. went to the AHL to prove that he was too good for that league. I hope he comes up here and proves he's good enough for Nick Ace Bailey and Billy Collins each scored two goals as Detroit skated to a 6-4 victory over the Canadiens. It was the fourth triumph in five games for Detroit since Alex Delvecchio became coach It was Ed Giacomin who got the credit for the Rangers 7-0 victory over Pittsburgh the one-sided the difference was concluded New York Coach Larry Popein. Giacomin recorded his 46th career and each of the Jean Ratelle-Vic Hatfield-Rod Gilbert line got a goal to help the Ranger cause. Goalie Gilles Meloche had 27 saves and Ivan Boldirev and Hilliard Graves scored the goals to give California a 2-0 victory over Buffalo The victory was the Golden Seals' first on the road after seven defeats and the first shutout of the season for Meloche. Wins opener Zeniths win own tourney Elbow smash coming The game was at least the advance billing said basketball but at times it took on a kung Fu look at the Magrath Gym Saturday night. Magrath who hosted the eight-team high school hoop won their own tourney. Maybe this was a Kung Fu demonstration as part of the half time activities. RICK ERV1N photo Lesser clubs turn it on in World Association play CANADIAN PRESS It was a night for the under- dogs in the World Hockey Association Sunday. Toronto Vancouver Minnesota Fighting Saints and New York Golden Blades shared in the sur- with only Los Angeles Sharks failing to come out of the doldrums. The Toros spotted Winnipeg Jets a 2-0 lead but rallied for a 6-2 the Blazers upset Cleveland Crusaders the Golden Blades tamed Chicago Cougars the Saints beat Edmonton Oilers and the Sharks were skinned 5-2 by the Eastern Division leading New England Whalers. In the only other Quebec Nordi- ques thumped Houston Aeros 8-3. In Saturday's Quebec bombed New England Houston edged New York 3-2 on Gordie Howe's game- winning goal and the Cougars clawed the Toros 5-2. The victory for the only their second on home was costly through the loss of veteran goaltender Les Binkley. who received an in- jury that will require him to wear a cast on his right leg for at least a week. The Blazers reaped early benefit from the formation of a new line including Dennis' Murray Myers and John Migneault. They were united as a defensive measure after injuries depleted the regular forward lines. Each scored a goal to the delight of fans in Vancouver The victory was the Blazers' third in a row after setting a WHA record of 10 consecutive losses. The Fighting Saints' Rick Smith and Steve Cardwell pro- vided goals late in the second period to conquer the who have now lost two in a row. Rookie goaltender John Garrett frustrated Edmon- ton's attempt to narrow the blocking 43 shots. Edmonton coach Brian Shaw was not disturbed by the but was annoyed by the poor play of Ron Climie and others on the team. we've only lost three games all season. We had a lot of but the number was. misleading because they weren't dangerous. We just couldn't get all three forward lines playing well Shaw said that starting goalie Chris Worthy did not return to the net after the first period because he was suffering from the flu. The Blades found something to cheer about in the midst of their financial worries when Mike Laugh ton's breakaway goal at of the third period snapped a 3-3 tie and Brian Perry's shot into an empty net sealed the Cougars' fate. But Jerry manag- ing director of the and Chicago coach Pat Stapleton were both gloomy after the Delise said the Blades finan- cial problems are affecting team performance The club has been given until Tuesday to pay Madison Square Garden or face eviction. situation has caused us to lose at least four DeLise said. It's had an over-all bad effect on the far I've put up about and have been reim- bursed Stapleton was upset by the Cougars performance. very dissatisfied with the he said. can't let games against the weaker sisters go by the boards that way. Maybe we were tired from but that's no There shouldn't be any financial difficulties in Quebec where the Nordi- ques attracted crowd ever to watch a WHA game in that city. Robert with three was the big gun in the Nordiques' attack that ran m high gear all weekend. But despite back-to-work Quebec remained two points behind.the Whalers in the race for first place in the East. When you host a perfect high school invitational boys' basketball tournament does it mean that the home club should win the championship title7 Well the Magrath Zeniths must think so as they captured their own tourney title for the second straight year. The Zeniths felt that their fifth- annual event was a perfect success after edging the Raymond Comets 56-54 in the championship final Satur- day night Anderson led the host club's attack with a solid 27- point performance while teammate Tim Rollingson added 10 Tom Myndio hooped 18 point Cougettes trounce Pronghorns REGINA Universi- ty of Saskatchewan Cougettes trounced University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 79-28 Saturday in a women's exhibi- tion basketball game The Cougettes were leading 31-19 at half time. High scorers for the Cougettes were Bev with 18 points and Jan Sund- mark with 15 points. Sandra Knight scored 10 points for the while Kathy Bardgett contributed eight. The Cougettes downed the University of Lethbridge 72-36 Friday In Calgary the University of Alberta downed University of Calgary 52-37 Saturday its second win of the weekend in Canada West University Athletic Association women's basketball play. Alberta defeated Calgary 66-44 in the first regular season game Friday Wendy Martin with 20 points led the Alberta followed by Glenda Leitch with 11. Top scorer for Calgary was Lynn Pullen with nine. Alberta led 30-15 at-the half. The University of SaskatcheVah Cougars came from behind to defeat Univer- sity of Lethbridge pronghorns 59-54 in an intercollegiate ex- hibition game Saturday. Pronghorns led 32-23 at half time High scorers for the Cougars were Merv Prier with J6 points and Kim Renwich with 14. Lethbndge's high scorers were Dan Court with 13 points and Max Zaugg with nine for the Comets while Jeff Hill aided with 12 and Jim Ralph 11. The Zeniths had reached the finals by whipping Taber W. R. Myers 55-35 in tint round action Friday night and edging Stirling Lakers in the semi-final Saturday. On the other the Comets advanced to the final round by defeating Winston Churchill Bulldogs 43-34 and Cardston 43-34 in the semi- final. Meanwhile Cardston Cougars walked away with the third place title by slipping past Stirling Lakers 63-54. Jim Toone paced the Cougars with 17 points while Dave Remington chipped in with 14. Marty Hirsche was the out- standing player for the Lakers scoring 17 points in a losing cause. The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams didn't go home empty-handed as they earned the Consolation trophy by dropping Catholic Central Cougars 42-35. Ron Shemenchuk and Ross Blackmer led the Rams' at- tack with 11 and 10 points respectively. Brad Peake notched nine points and Andy Beaudin eight for the Cougars In other games staged LCI dropped WCHS Bulldogs 48-30 and CCHS Cougars waxed Taber 80-42. At the conclusion of the two- day four all-stars and one most valuable player were chosen by the tourney of- ficials. All-star berths went to Hirsche of and Raymond The most valuable player award went to Anderson of Magrath. Mangruni 59 APPLE Calif. Former professional golfer Lloyd Mangrum died Saturday of a heart attack at his home. He was 59. who retired from the professional tour in was honored in the Professional Golfers' Associa- tion Hall of Fame. Mangrum won U.S. Open in 1946 at the Canterbury Country Club in a 36-hole playoff against Byron Nelson and Vic Ghezzi. He lost the 1950 U.S. Open to Ben Hogan in a playoff. In 1951 he was the tour's leading money-winner and won .the Vardon Trophy for the lowest scoring average in 1951 through 1953. Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1 Barber wins Open Irene Thompson and her mates won the first bonspiel of the the Lethbridge Curling Club's women's Sunday afternoon. Curling with the top rmk left to skip and third Kate McLean. left to second Kay Gemmel and lead Lois Clarke. N.C. Veteran Miller Barber turned back the bid of rookie Ben Crenshaw with con- servative golf and won the game's biggest prize a victory in the World Open Saturday. The 42-year-old Barber moved past faltering Tom who had led through the sixth and seventh with a two-under-par 69 and clinched the title when the challenging Crenshaw drove into the piney woods on the I6ui hole. Barber finished this two- week. 144-hole tournament with a total of two-over- par on the No. 4 course at the Pinehurst Country Club. It was the first winning score over-par since Gary Player took the PGA National championship. a 21-year-old blonde who won the Texas .Open two weeks threatened the leader until he bogeyed the par-five 16th m the breezy weather. He finished with a 71 was second at three strokes back. It was small consolation for the intense young but he collected from the total purse of the biggest ever in professional and now has in only five starts as a pro. Leonard an ob- scure second-year touring came on and took third with a 71 for 575. a red-haired 24- yearold. quickly dropped back as he played his front side in 41 He finished with a 77 for the day and was tied for fourth at 576 with former PGA cham- pion Al Geiberger. Geiberger played the last round in 70. just wasn't much of a said his lips a grim line of bitter frustration. just didn't hit my irons worth a The game's big names never were in contention in this marathon event. Player had a 71-581. Arnold Palmer and Masters champion. 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