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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI IETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, November 20, 197J Uitbeverse hit nilli Hue after verbal attack on referee Secular lowers boom in Alberta Junior League CALGARY Al- berta Junior Hockey League to- day announced a system nf fines for misconduct penalties, in an effort to crack down on brawling. League president Jim Scoular of Calgary said in a prepared statement thai players receiv- ing misconduct penalties will he fined for a first offence. The fine will lie doubled for each subsequent misconduct during the season. Coaches and team officials will be fined S50 for a first misconduct, with the amount doubting each ther offence. Adrian Uilbcyersc, a n offi- cial of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings has been fined for harassing a referee, the league announced Sunday. The incident occurred after a game in Lclhbridge Oct. 31. Scoular also announced lhal in fines have been Vied as a result of a near-riot at Red Deer arena last Tuesday. Edmonton Mets were playing Red Dee- Rustlers when a donnybrcok broke out in an aisle leading to the Edmonton dressing room. Mels1 Larry Pashuk had left the ice after receiving a fighting penalty and became involved in a fight with Red Deer's Brian Stephen- sen, who was not dressed for the game. Canadian rodeo people honor Harold Mandeville By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer For over 27 years Harold Mandeville has given his all to the sport of rodeo, and on Sat- urday night at the Calgary Inn rodeo repaid a small portion of the debt of gratitude it owes Harold. He received the C. N. Wood- ward Award, a magnificent sculpture created by Corne Martens of Coaldale and pre- Schmautz hot for Canucks By THE CANADIAN PRESS During the National Hockey League draft meeting in Mon- treal last June, general man- ager Bud Poile of Vancouver Canucks let it be known to any- one who would listen he was looking for scoring punch. "We've got lo get some for- who can Poile said when he showed up for the draft meetings. Coach Vic Stasiuk agreed and said: Let's shop around for some guys who know where the net is." The Canucks apparently haven't found those "guys" yet although one might have been on their team all along. He is right winger Bobby Schmautz, who scored four goals Sunday night in leading the Canucks to a 9-5 victory over Buffalo Sa- bres. The four goals gave Schmautz a total of seven In his last two games. He scored three for the Canucks Friday night against Los Angeles Kings. Meanwhile, Bobby Orr Is back and the Bruins are begin- ning to roll Orr returned to the Boston lineup Saturday night after missing most of the sea- son following knee surgery. He helped in leading the defending Stanley Clip champions to B 7-3 victory over New York Island- ers Saturday night and Sunday night the Bruins held on to de- feat Toronto Maple Leafs 6-5. In other games, Pittsburgh Penguins ended New York Rangers' six-game winning streak by downing them 5-3, At- lanta Flames nipped Phila- delphia Flyers 3-2 and Min- nesota North Stars trimmed Chicago Black Hawks 5-1. CANADIENS BEATEN Saturday night, the Hawks disposed of Montreal Canadiens 5-3, handing the East Division leaders their second defeat in 20 games, Minnesota and Toronto played to a 4-4 tie, Pittsburgh whipped Atlanta 6-1, the Rangers defeated St. Louis Blues 3-1 and Los Angeles trounced Detroit Red Wings 8-3. SchmauU, a Saskatoon na- tive, played in the Saskatche- wan Junior Hockey League be- fore having minor league tryouts with teams in the West- ern and Central hockey leagues. He played in the MIL with Chicago during 1967-1969 before catching on with Vancouver in the 1970-71 season. Weekend scorers By THE CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Vancouver 9 Buffalo 5 4, Lalonde, O'Flaherty, Guevre- mont, Wright, Boudrias; Buf- 2, Perreault, Schoenfeld, Harris. Boston "fi Toronto 5 2, Sheppard 2, Hodge, Esposito; Ullman, Kcon, McKenny, Fer- guson. Ellis. Minnesota S Chicago 1 llol- brook, Gihhs, Granl, Ol'vcr; Pittsburgh 5 New York :i Polls, Edestrsnc'. Apr.s. M.ncDonald; New Irvine. Allanla n Philadelphia 2 2, Leitcr; sberry, Van Impc. SATURDAY Minnesota 4 Toronto 4 Hextall, Nanne, Goldsworthy; To-. r o n t Dupere, Kehoc, Ullman. Chicago 5 Montreal ,1 Pappin, Koroll, Hull. Martin; Mon- Coumoyer, Roberts. Boston 7 NY Islanders 3 2, Esposito 2, Marcottc. Orr, Stanfield; NY Westfall, Miller. Pitlshurgh 6 Atlantn 1 3, Schock, Apps, Hextall; At- NY Rangers 3 St. Louis 1 N Y V i c k e r s Fairbairn; St. Los Angeles 8 Detroit 3 2, Backstrom 2, Goring, Bcrnier, Widing, Bern': mond 2, Karlandcr. sented lo the cowboy who is judged best in ability, sports- manship, appearance, person- ality and who has contributed most to the betterment of ro- deo. Along with the trophy Harold also receives a cash award. Sharing the spotlight with Harold at the Canadian Rodeo Cowboys Association's 27th an- nual awards night was Kenny McLean who captured three Canadian championships this year. Harold's first of eight Cana- dian titles came in 1M6 and his latest one was in 1966. He has won the steer wrestling and decorating awards, and the calf roping and all around titles. This year he placer! seventh in the steer wrestling and sixth in the calf roning standings. One small example of Harold's devotion Lo rodeo came at the hteh school finals year at Pincher Creek. Harold had made the finals at n northern Albert rodeo but chose lo pass up the finals and travel lo the high school rodeo where worked as a judge. It is the passing un of personal glory, such as this, in order to work for the future of rodeo with Ihe youth of the sport that led the committee to select Harold as the Cowboy of the Year. "This makes a wonderful 20th anniversary present.." said Harold's leary-eyed wife Pearl. Tlio Mandevilles, married on Nov. J5. J952. have chil- dren, Bryan and Vicky. Kenny McLean captured Hie all around, steer -wrestling and roping titles in Canada lo'-t year. Among the numerous Irnriliies and awards he receiv- ed were th-ee saddles, a set of mounted longhorns, three watches, three pairs of hoots, Ih-ee hats, three belt buckles, slcrk racks, a rifle and lots of cash. Appearing in the champion's role for Ihe fourth consecutive year was Dale Trotlier of Cal- qarv. re once again was the best bareback bronc rider in rounlry. Bull rider John Dodtls, also a repeat winne-, received trophies emblematic of the bull riding championship in Canada. Cin-rert leader in the world TOWNE HOUSE HAIR STYLIST SALON QUALITY MEN'S HAIR SHAPING MEN'S HAIR PIECES 710 A 3rd Avenue South NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY REG. BALI, CERTIFIED HAIR STYLIST Phone 328-4122 BIG DAY FOR MANDEVILLE Harold Mandeville and his wife Pearl share in fhe honors heaped upon Harold at Salurdays Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Associalion ban- in Calgary. saddle bronc standings, Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C., was tops in Canada in the saddle bronc event and also received a special award from the Cut- ting Horse Association. champions honored in- cluded chirkwagon king Raich Vicrcn; wild horse race cham- pion Ernie Dorin; Pat Mchugh, tha wild cow milking leader; rook'? of the year Bart Pyower; and high permit and amateur saddle bronc cham- pion Brian Claypool. Sarcjc Sorrel, by Void Piocleo Ltd.. was chosen as the buck- ing horse of the year. MEIS'G: of ceremonies for Ihc j high class affair was the voice of the Calgary Stampede, War- ren Cooper. EI.K STEPS DOWN NEW YORK TAP) Herb Elk, general manager of New York Raiders of the World Hockey Association, resigned Sunday. "With Ihe league laking over, I feel lhat the new owners have a righl lo pick their said Elk. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere PflTTI TO IN SCOTLAND ifxfir wjiiifpr, no, DNTIlllEi, IKHDID I1D lOFTKL' II HO Distilled, Blondod nnd BotllnrlinSnnilnnd by Whilo Hnrpn Distillers Ltd., Scotland to find range liy THE CANADIAN' PRESS Bobby Hull is slowly finding his scoring range after missing the first part of the World Hockey Association season be- cause of a court injunction filed by his former employers, Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League. Hull, who did not play his first game in the WHA until Nov. 8, scored two goals Sunday night as his Winnipeg Jets de- feated Los Angeles Sharks 4-3 in WIIA action. In other games Sunday, Chi- cago Cougars rallied to defeat Minnesota Fighting Saints 4-3, erding the Saints five-game winning streak. New York Raid- ers shut out Philadelphia Blaz- ers 5-0 and Houston Aeros beat Cleveland Crasade-s 4-2. In games Saturday, New York downed Quebec Les Nor- diqucs 7-1, New England Wha- lers edged Ottawa Nationals 3-2 and Minnesota topped Phila- delphia 5-4 in extra time. Hull, Hawks who quit the Black to join the Jets as player-coach, was prevented from coaching or playing for the Winnipeg team after the Black Hawks obtained an in- junction against him in U.S. cir- cuit court in Chicago. STARTED SLOWLY But he was freed to play Nov. 8 by a preliminary injunction in a U.S. federal court in Phila- delphia and by the lifting of the temporary injunction in circuit court in Chicago. Hull started slowly after re- luming to action but he has been scoring in recent games and his two goals Sunday night were his fourth and fifth of the season. The Jets held off a third-pe- riod rally by the Sharks to win the game. They led 4-1 after two periods but the Sharks scored two I bird-period goals and were threatening when time ran out. Mike Byers and Bart Crashley scored late in the period for Los Angeles. Fans became involved and both teams emptied their benches. Five players rushed into the crowd. Each team has been fined said Scoular, while Stcph- enson and Pashuk were fined each. Also, five players, three from the Mets and two from the Rustlers, received 550 fines. 'The league can't tolerate players leaving the ice to be- come involved with spectators, no matter what said Scoular. Stiffer fines and suspensions would be handed out for any future incidents. He also said the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association has suspended 13-year-old Lee Crazier of St. Albert indefinite- ly. Crozier plays for a junior A team affiliated with the Mets and was in the stands for the game. Police charged him with assault following the brawl. Meanwhile Gary Bembridge scored at of overtime to pro- vide Drumheller Falcons with a 6-5 win over the Sugar Kings in an Alberta Junior Hoc- key league game Sunday night. Drumheller led 1-0 after the firsl period and the teams were tied 3-3 and 5-5 after three periods. Bembridge also scored in the opening frame and Ryan Weck- er and Ken Nelson notched two each to complete the Drum- heller scoring. Lethbridge was led by a two goal effort from Greg Clemens while Dave Lichfield, Dor, Renner and Ron Weiland added the others. WANDLER BUSY Ross Frisken made 35 saves In the Drumheller goal and Phil Wandler stopped 46 shots at the Sugar King nets. Saturday night seven Edmon- ton players shared the lime- light as the Mets edged Leth- bridge Sugar Kings 7-6. Gord Brimacombe, Gord Pic- kering, Sid Rayner, Al Mason, Dave Bell, Ron Bignell and Larry Pashuk scored the Met goals. Greg Clemens paced the Lethbridge attack with three tallies and Kent Lowry, Tim O'Donnell and Pete McMahon added the others. Edmonton led 3-1 after the (irst period and 5-4 after the second. Ray McLeod made 22 saves in the Mels' nets while Wand- ler stopped 37 shots The teams split 26 minors and two majors and Edmonton took three misconducts. In Blairmore, Alta. the Pass Red Devils came from behind a 3-2 deficit to defeat Edmon- ton Mets 4-3 Sunday. Edmonton held period leads of 2-0 and 3-2 before Rick Austin lied the game for the Red Devils and Derek Haas pro- vided the winning goal. Nel Zingcr and Brent Sim got the other Red Devils' goals. Mets received their goals from Gord Bimacombe, Pete Skrabyk and Dave Bell. Dandy Faust made 39 saves in Edmonton's nets while Mike McOllam stopped 36 shots at the Pass goal. The Mets took eight of 13 minor penalties. Calgary Canucks, led by three goals by B1 a i n e McLeod, defeated Red Deer Rustlers 6-3 Sunday night for their 'sixth straight home ice win. The Canucks held period leads of 3-1 and 5-1. Dale Eloschuk clicked for two Calgary goals and Mike Bruce added a single while Doug Llndskog, Ron Joel and Reg Kinch replied for Red Deer. Minor hockey roundup lioss Mitchell carded a hat- trick and led the Bruins to a 6-4 victory over the Kings in Banlam "B" aciion over the weekend. Brad Lowe chipped in with a pair of markers while Barry Cowie added a singleton. Pat Obhiro, Blair Johnson, Brad Kirschenman and Ron Opyr tallied in a losing cause. In another contest, Calvin Boettchcr, Trent Audi and My- ron Dietrich flipped In n goal apiece and paced the Mon- archs lo a 3-3 tic with the Seals. Reed ICnns. Daryl Ferguson and Darcy Fotlcr replied for Ihe Seals. Brent Hamilton and Jacob N'eufokl rnppcd in solo markers ami gave Ihe Blades a slim 2-1 win over the Mustangs. Billy Cnswcll notched l.ho lone Mustang's gonl. Toby Goodstrikcr scored twice and helped tho Englcs blank the llamols 3-0. Andrew Prokop nlso blinked (he light onco in (he linni-fought affair. McCiine shimmed In fmir LL, ajul paced the lUiiililus lo an easy 10-4 victory over Uio Cougars. MiLch Van I.yk added three Roals while Barry Euryan sror- cd Uvice and Dave PopoviLch once. Russ Tumbull, flick SiniLh, Gary DcGrool and Ken Rob- erts handled the scoring for the Coupars. The Kings rammed in four goals In the third period lo de- feat the Rangers 4-2. Geoffrey Cox, Jim Malm- herg, Ron Opyr and Brent Maxwell scored for (he Kings while PcLcr Rob and Clarence Toal replied (or the Rangers. In BanLam "A" piny, Kevin Ilnusc and John Kupis scored a ffoal each lo lend Ihe Rrd Whips to n 2-1 over the Kevin Jacklin managed n goal in n losing cause. In Peo Wee action on the weekend, Mark Dumont and Flilly Orr tallied twice to Rive tho Flyers a 7-1 decision over the rinloK. Phil Ilrwko. Dnvld MncKon- 'ic- and lloU'it Iloffmnn chipped in with solo Mark Cameron tallied for the Pintos. Reg Hcggen fired In three straight goals and led the Bis- ons lo a 6-3 verdict over the Beavers. Don Marshall scored twice while Ken Mclntyre added a single. Ralph Quint managed all three goals in a losing cause. Alex Duval rifled in five big poals and p.iced the Penguins lo on 84 victory over the Blues. John Huchala chipped In with two markers while Gordon Tait racked up a hal-trick and Rich- ard Rlusar a singleton for the Blues. In exhibition aciion at Stand- off, Gillrai Dl.ickHTilcr scored three times lo lend the Kainal Braves lo nn easy 9-3 win over the Ixjthbridgo Midget Slam- pedcrs. Marvin Tail Feathers chipped In with two markers whilo Ken Wells, Clinton Tllf! Throat, Ol Williams end Larry Fox added singletons. Bill Henderson, DOUR Slnim i anil Allan floras replied for Die i .Slcmpcdcr.'. Summaries LETHBRIDGE 5 Flrsl Period 1 Drumheller, Bern- bridge (Nelson, fViIlchell) Penal- lies M Chalmers, M Chalmers, Bertram, Marshall, Wecker, Hucul, Clement (double minor) Second Period 2 Drumheller, Wecker (Bembrldge, Hucul) 3 Lethbridge, Lllchlleld (WlcCrachen, SparksJ 4 Lelhbrfdge, Renner (Knlbbs) 5 Drumheller, Wecker (Booth, Hucul) 6 Lelhbrldge, Clemens (O'Donnell, Lowry) Penalties cieland. Booth, Renner, Bertram (malori Lowry Ren- ner (double Pushie, Renner Third Period 7 Drumheller, Nel- son 0-55; fi Lelhbrldge, Clemens (McMahon) 9 Lelh- brldge, Wetland (Lltchrield) lo Drumheller, Nelson (Hucul) Penalties Weiland, Hllworth, M Chalmers, HUCLJ) (misconduct J, Mil- chell EDMONTON 7 LETHBRIDG a First Period 1 Lethbridge, Low- (unassisted) 2 Edmonton, Brlmacombe (Belt, Burgess) 1 Edmonton, Pickering unassisted 4 Edmonton, Payner (unas- sisted) Penalties Fellows, Hasse (major) Clemens Cie- land, Cieland, Bell O'. Donnell, McLeod, Brirrincombe, Weil- and, Pashuk, McCrachen Second Period 5 Edmonton, Mas- on (Skrabyk) 6 Edmonton, Bell (Hoydn, Bignell) 7 Lethbridge, O'Donnelt (McMahon, Clemens) B Lelhbrldge, Clemens (McAAahon) 9 Lelhbrldge, Clemens (Ren- nerl Penalties Weiland, Fel- lows, Weiland, Sokolowski, Renner, Bignell, Hoyda, WicMahon, Hoyda (misconducl) Third period 10 Lelhbrldge, Mc- Mahon (Renner) 11 Edmonton, Bignell (Bell, Burgess) 12 Ed- monton, Pashuk (Brimcombfl, Schneid- er) 13 Lelhbrldge, Clemens (O'Donnell, Knlbbs) Cieland, Pickering, Weitand, Bell, Cie- land, Rayner, Cieland, Skyrflbyk (min- or, misconducl) Fellows ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR Red Deer Drumhfiller Calgary.....10 Edmonlon B II The Pass 7 i Lerhbridoe......7 i NATIONAL HAGUE Eitt Division W L T F A PU 0 123 6i 30 0 93 90 20 0 1W B7 30 0 73 10? 16 0 60 74 Id 0 63 1W 6 Montreal Rengerj Boston Buffalo Delroil Vancouver Toror'o Islanders W L T F A 10 7 Pis. 84 M 79 M '11 66 70 !2 7 5 7 53 51 ?1 B 7 3 37 3J IB 7 It) 64 74 15 A 9 3 S! 70 15 34 ill i Wesl Division 10 10 2 79 76 Los Angeles Minnesota 9 7 3 57 Jl 21 Pillsburflh 10 9 I 73 61 21 Allanla 993 47 tl 31 Chlcego 9 8 2 W 59 30 Philadelphia 9 9 2 fir 69 20 51. Louis 3 8 S 35 11 California _. 3 11 4 V 73 10 LEADERS Lcmalre, M Berry, LA Gilbert, R Bucyk, B..... Perreault, Buff Cournoyer, M Backslrom, LA Goring, LA Hull, C ._.. 1! 13 WORLD ASSOCIATION ll Division W L T F A P Cleveland 13 5 New England 10 i 1 H 51 1 Quebec ]0 6 i tl M Now York 9 10 0 64 70 Ollawa 7 7 1 59 62 Philadelphia 3 la D 44 T2 Wttt Dlvltlon Winnipeg 12 9 1 77 M 25 Alberla 11 7 1 63 59 13 Los Angeles 9 10 1 62 72 19 Minnesota fl 7 1 SO 52 17 Houston 791 51 58 15 Chicago 3 12 1 M 53 7 BASKETBALL SCORES SUNDAY NBA Cleveland 1M Allanla 98 Los Angeles 13S Philadelphia 95 ScBltln 107 Buffalo ABA San Diego 112 Denver US New York llfl Kenlucky 115 Memphis 130 Virginia 119 SATURDAY NBA New York 87 Milwaukee 86 Atlanta 126 Phoenix 132 KC-Omaha 127 Houston 117 Chicago 95 Baltimore 76 Seatlle 102 Portland 100 Golden SlalB 120 Buffalo 91 ABA San Diego 112 Kenlucky 1CU Denver 111 Dallas 103 Winnipeg 75 Reglna 66 Manitoba 64 Lakehend Lelhbridge 9J Saskatoon 57 British Columbia 58 Calgary 51 Women Saskatoon 70 Lelhbrldgt fl FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Wiittrn Saskatchewan 27 Winnipeg M Siihakhfwan wini sudden-death WFC championship SATURDAY Eastern Confirenci Ottawa 1? Hamillon 7 First game ol hvo-gimt, total-point EFC llnal western BOW; AJberfa 5t Loyola 6 Alberta advances to Canadian Col- Bowl HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Boslon 6 Toronto 5 Pittsburgh 5 N.Y. Rangers 3 9 Rrffalo 5 Minnesota 5 Chicago 1 A.ic: ;j 3 Izcelphia 3 World New York 5 Philadelphia 0 Winnipeg 4 Los Angeles 2 Chicago 4 Minnesota 3 Houston A Cleveland American Richmond A Hershsy 1 Cleveland 2 Rochester 2 Tidewater 5 Baltimore 3 Cincinnati at Providence ppd Western Portland 5 T International Columbus 4 Toledo 3 Flint 2 Port Huron 0 Fort Wayne 2 Daylon 1 Eastern Johnstown 5 New England 3 Rnancke 1 Sun Coast 1 Western Canada Calgary 2 Brandon 2 Regina 8 Vancouver 2 Edmonton 4 Flin Flon 2 New Westminster 7 Swift Current 1 Manitoba Junior St. Boniface B Winnipeg 6 Portage la Prairie 7 West Klldonan 1 Saskatchewan Junior Eslevan 5 Yorklon J Weyburn 11 Notre Dame 1 Humboldl 6 Blues S Prince Albert B Melville i Albcrla Junior The Pass 4 EdTionion 3 Drumneller 6 5 Calgary 6 Red Deer 3 British Columbia Junior Kamloops 9 Vancouver 2 SATURDAY National Chicago 5 Montreal 3 Minnesota 4 Toronto A Boston 7 NY Hangers 3 St. Louis 1 Piffsbyrsh 6 ANania j Los Angeles 6 Doiroll 3 World New York 7 Quebec 1 New England 3 Ottawa 2 Minnesota i Philadelphia 4 American Richmond 5 Bellimore 3 Nova Scclla 4 Boston 1 ClndnnoN 3 Springfield 1 Prxrhc-sler 3 Cleveland 1 Hershey 3 Tidewater 0 Dallas 7 Salt Lake WHL 1 Fort Worth 3 Denver WHL Tulsa 4 Omaha Weilern Phoenix A scallle 2 Dallas 7 CHL Salt Lake 3 Fort Worlh 3 CHL Denver 2 Inlernallonil Port Huron 4 Toledo 2 Snglnaw 6 Dn Molnes 7 Dayton 4 Fort Wayne J Flint 3 Muskegon 0 Western Victoria Swift Current 3 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 6 Melvllla 3 Weyburn 6 Reglna 3 Alberla Junior Edmonton 7 Lelhbrldge 6 British Columbia Junior Kelowna 7 Vancouver 3 UK SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 W T L P A Pti. 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