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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ICTHBI IDGE HERALD Monriuv. Novonibet 22, 1971----------------------------- a yt'itr Rangers humiliate California club FIRST EVENT WINNERS Irene Lindsay and her mates the- numbe' one fays Apparel event cvot Ann Bhgh i-. the U-dionficte GUI iinq Club women s bonspiel. The fro-it k-ft tn nght, skip Lindsay and third Enid Pf'ppfM. Back left tc right, second Joy Kwosnie and lead VI SECOND EVENT WINNERS t c.'pr Theinia Coutts in the Dairies event. Thfi- winners are, A Hashizurna won mber iwo Siiverwood ont left to right, skip Hashizuma nnd 'hird Ruth Hashzuma. Back, left to right, Derqninoff end lend Mildred Filotoff. centre bmij; constriK'lcd V. ICSTMIN'STHR. P, C. iear can inal Ranger s wen! I hr uiiR h Hie limvTI season in defence but lackini; tlie maehincn" thai doomed Ihem to chase Bostim Bruins throughout the Heck League's East Division Uidtilc Hi Hangers have all the de- strengths again for 19 1 hut a lot more offenee tnruugh the wheelings and deal- ing manager-coach Emile I1 HILI and tlie sudden emerg- ence of the Jean Ratelle-Vir H a d f i e 1 d -R o d Gilbert line, j fondly referred to around New I York as the Hot Line. The New Yorkers had all their shooters on the firing line S'undav night with Ratelle scor- ing four times in a 12-1 rout of Cihfoim Golden Seals. The Rnuus set one league mark, tied another and rookie Pierre .larrv set a team mark by scor- in, hi-, first two NHL goals eight seconds apart. Two other New York goals from rookie Gene Carr, obtained in a recent trade with St. Louis Blues. BOSTON WINS TOO In other Sunday night action, Boston cb'pped St. Louis 6-2, To- ronto Maple Leafs edged Buf- falo Sabres 4-3, Vancouver Can- ucks and Detroit Red Wings played to a 2-2 draw and Chi- cago Black Hawks reclaimed first place in the West with a v. n over Pittsburgh Penguins while Minnesota North Star? were held to a 1-1 tie by Phila- delphia Flyers. S a t u r d a y night Toronto downed California Minne- rota upset New York 4-1, Boston edged (Tiicaqn ?.-l. Philadelphia 1 Monlrcal Ojiadicns fjjs Angeles Kings stopped De- troit M and St. Louis tripped Pittsburgh 4-2. The North Stars get an oppor- tunity to take over the West Di- ision lead Tuesday night when tl ey visit Vancouver while St. Lwiis is at home to Los Ange- les. Tlie Rangers ripped eight goals California's rookie I. intending tandem of Gilles Meloche and Lyle Carter in iho th rd period en route to cslai'- 1 li bins one NITJ, mark--2S SCOP points in one lung goals, scl IV fvt.rnit lied Wines in 1M1 ami tied Iwo years ago by Bov I ton The fieri Wings and Bruins 'hired the previous mark for most points scored by a team in or i: is TEAM HIGH The 12 goals was also a team high for the Rangers whose pre- rious high was 11 goals. i Jarry's scores ended a scor- ing drought o! 11 games for the j Montreal native who last year led the Central Hockey League with 4fi goals and 92 points. His first, at of the third period prompted Seals' coach Vic Stas- iuk to replace Meloche. He greeted Carter with his second goal eight seconds later. Almost lost in the offensive display was goaltender Gilles Yiliemure's ninth game without a loss, the only unbeaten net- minder in the NHL this vear, and the eighth straight gjime in which On- sopho- more lias allowod just, one goal. i lladfield, who pk'ked up a goal and two assists, and Gil- I borl who insisted on four goals I arc deadlor-ked in smmd place in the scoring i-ace, each with .'12 j points, two behind Boston's Phil luitelk1 is just two points behind, trailing Bruin do- f curt-man Bobby by one i point. Tin- HoL Line's biggest plus factor is its over-all balance with lladfield and Katelie each scoring M goals this season (o III for (Jilberl. Mike Walton led Boston's home ice win with iwo goals and an assist while Ksposito col- lected one of each. The Bruins I broke open the tight game wilh I three unanswered goals in tlie third period by F! s p o s i t o. i Jotinnv and Walton. all within a space of four min- utes. T o r o n 1 o derencermm Jim Dorey stepped from the box in Buffalo and took a break away pass from Norm Ullman lo score Leafs' winning goal al of the third period. The win moved T o r o n t o, fourth in the Kast, seven points! i ahead of Vancouver and Dclroil I and sent the S'abres to (he base j i ment. key r Tlie LeUibridge Marlands tra-1 Harvey Pocza, Earl Ingar- veiled west over the weekend, field. Tim Richards and Ross rind came home with a tie in 'MaUieson Sallied for the Mar- Marchuk, Mike Boychuk, Grog Kveder and Cliff Miyasluro aid- ed with singletons. two decisions. lands while 5. Raush, R. I Meanwhile, in LeUibridge Saturday, the Cranbrook So- Grainger. B. Mathews and C. j Bantam "B" ac'ion the Eagles nior Fee Wees edged the Mar- ----------J lands 5-4 in a hard-fought end to Little managed a goal apiece I anc] the Seals fought to a 2-2 for Kimberley. end battle. In Little Spud League com- The Marlands, who trailed 4-1 j petition. Vauxhall dropped their after two periods got single i hosts Lethbridge A.C.T. 10-8. goals from Robbie Kunst, liar-1 D. Yiroslek fired home four i vey Poem. Dan'en Rammage j goals for Yauxhall while D. 1 and Randy Syremie while R. j SeverLson and S. Hleuka chip- j Carver, T. Faiers, B. Zirk, K. j ped in with two each. Jones and D. Wilson scored lor j Solo markers were made by Cranbrook. i T. Kress and B. Odlund. Sunday (.he Marlands took on j the Kimberlev Senior Pee stalemate after three periods of play. Peter Danicl.son and Kalvin i Alson led the Eagles with a goai each while Charles Komni and Scott; MacLennan scored for the In two Pee Wee encounters, the Timers defeated the Blues fi-4 and the Penguins outscored THIRD EVENT WINNERS The number three Superior 77 event was won by Myrna McQuarrie and her mates os they bested Irma Shaw, The winners are, front left to right, skip McQuarrio and third Lena Hasulak. Back, left to right are Eileen McCagherly second and lead Jults McQuarrie. and fought to a 4-4 draw. ok on Darrell Osmond and Ron i jju> -5-1 Wees I Moser paced Lethbridge with Rodney Snopck ramm. I two goals apiece while Brant BY Tilt: CANADIAN I'KESS Nebriiiika, top -r a n k e d in f Vnited college f on; ball. arid fourth-ranked A 1 a h a m a I signed up for I Orange Bowl while rumor up j Oklahoma and Xo. 5 Auburn did the same for the Sugar Bowl, All four were idle Saturdav. ned in goals as he paced the Tigers' attack while Rod Bal- dry, Jeff Ennis. Charlie Park and Bruce Besplug added sin- gles. B. Balog scored twice for the Blues and B. Cowic and G. Tate managed one each- Allan Duval slapped m two markers giving the Penguins; tlie win over the Whips. Brent Maxwell and Jim Although Michigan clinched Maimbcrg notched singletons, the El? Ten title a week ago, Petc, scorcd iho !one the athletic departments of the Whips' marker. league's schools made it official j jchn 3Tlf] and vmnjnatod Hie j David scored for the Kings as they edged the Monarch? 2-1 in fo mori. i sib-ranked Stanford, 3 14-0 victor over California, in i the Rose Bowl. Penn State's triumph sent the Lions headed to the Cotton i Bowl, where Texas will lie the The only rational champion- j opponent provided the heavily- sliip contenders to see action j favored Longhorns get past were third-ranked Michigan, a i Texas A and M Thursday. ACHIEVED REVENGE Louisiana State, ranked Mth. writofl for a year for revenge as Lyrlcl! MHdiell continued his against No. 7 Notre Dame and on the scnrmg book? i H 21-n as Bert. Jones threw wilh No. ?7 and Iwo scoring passes and tallied once himself. The winners ac-' r rrntrrl a bid fmm the Sun Bowl (n face km-fi Stale, which nailed dmvn its I, bowl spot ever j wit.h a M-0 roui of Oklahoma Slate as George Amundson[ scored four times. Eighth-ranked Georgia was j idle but the Bulldogs made it to the Gator Bowl, wliere j i Dooley's team will face a North j Carolina squad coached by his j brother. Bill. The Tar Heels j whipped Duke 38-0. j Arizona State, rated ninth and j the host team in the inaugural Fiesta turned back San Jose State 49-fi. The Sun Devils' opposition will Florida which trimmed Tulsa 45-10 be- j hind Gary Huff's four touch- j down passes. j Colorado. No. 10, turned Char- I lie Davis loose for 1% yards and John Tarver for 126 ui trouncing Air Force 53-17 and accepted a bid to the Astro-Bluebonnet Bantam B action. Ron Shellen- berg replied for the Monarchs. In another Bantarr: B encoun- ter the Bruins doubled the score on the Ramblers 4-2. Ken Serbu, Peter Braack. Mauro Catloni and Robert Hen- derson accounted for the Bruins' markers while Randy Service scored both goals for the Ramblers. By THE ASSOCIATED PIIESS Superstar Karecin Jabbar of .Milwaukee Bucks poured in points, but Los Angeles Lakers had something gcing for them loo: Wilt Chamberlain's re- bounding and a searing fast break led by Gail Goodrich and Jerry West. And when the running ended in Sunday's night's National Basketball Association game, the Lakers owned a 112-lOii yic- tory over the Bucks. In other NBA games, Boston Celtics belied Cleveland Cava- liers 128-1C3. Houston Rockets overhauled Golden State War- riors 115-DR and Seattle Super Series turned hack Philadelphia '7f'.ers 127-117. In the only Amer- i c a n Basketball Association game, the Floridians over- powered Memphis 103-86. In Saturday night NBA action, New York Knicks beat Balti- more Bullets 125-114, Detroit Pistons topped Buffalo Braves Atlanta Hawks whipped Phoenix Suns 115-109, Chicago Bulls downed Boston 123-106. Se- attle edged Portland Trailbla- zcrs 1IM-1CO and Golden State surprised Milwaukee, 107-100. In Ihe ABA. Pittsburgh beat Mem- ipliis, Kentucky topped Carolina 120-107, Utah nipped Dallas and Denver beat the Floridians 117-37. ALBERT'S 100% Wool or Fortrel Double Knit Slrekli Reg. to NOW AT ONE LOW PRICE Those include the latest single cincl douhlo-brocistod blazer suits. The patterns ciro plains, strrprs, chocks cincl geometries in colof, of blues, oiff Sizoi 35 regulnr to 46 tnll inclusive. "WHERE ONLY ALBERT FITS YOU" 331 5th Street South OPEN THURSDAYS AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. "Weekend scorers i TH CAN.ADI TRESS j Toronto t Buffalo .T j Monalian. iCllis. Dorey; etlc. Pcrreault, Martin. INlinnosota 1 Philadelphia 1 I'hila- i Boslon ft St. l-oliis 1 BoMon-.Wnltcm 2. Riicvk, I St. i New York 12 I'alifornia 1 New t1, In'ine 2. Can- 2. Jarry 2. Hadficld, I Fairbairn: i .son. i Detroit '1 Vancouver 1 Rocbe- fort: Kurtcnbach. i Chicago 7 PHlshurRh .1 i 2, R. Hull. Martin. LacroLx. I'appin, Maki; ritfshurRli Noris. HarbBruk. Hicko. SATURDAV Ios Anpclos s DftTott 1 Los Eorry. IjOnshcrry; Hoslon 2 Chicago 1 Boston McKciKic. Bucyk; Hull. St. laws '1 PitLsburph 2 St. Brcwc-r. Sa- bourin, Unner; Pittsburgh 1'olis 2 Montreal 2 Philadelphia -'iendron, let: Montreal f'ournoyi-r. P 1 Mahovlirh. MinnnMin -f N.-.v 'I'nrk 1 Minnesota X: r.tlo, Held, Oliver. Catncron: Tkacmk. Toronto n California 1 Toronto KTOII. Kills. Ilrader- son. Diipfro, Monahan: Cali- Boldirev. VETERANS CLUB LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 MONDAY, NOV. 22nd IN THE CLUBROOMS 8 p.m. All Members Urged To Attend Early Bird Winner of Earl Hemmaway Ticket No. B13839 Box 153, Claresholm, Alberta Ticket Seller Bob Harden Claresholm Fish and Game Atsoc. Addition Early Bird Draws Oct. 15 Jan. 15. Final Draw-Feb. 26, 1972 PRIZES: 1st 1972 Ford Truck and Camper. Value ?nd 9S hp Fvinrude Motor 3rd Yamaha 100 cc Trail Bike 4tli Springbrook 14' Bool 5th 6 ho Evinnrde Mnlor 6th Sorinpbrook 12' Boat 7lh CP Air iwo fh.'rn lie- lo W'-.iVhnro- 8th C.I.I. .270 9th Win'hr-Mrr 12 g u a a 5 Shclgun lOlll S1CO fishing Pod, Reel and equipment Ticitets AVAIlAEtE FROM YOUR LOCAL FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION ALBERTA FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION 212, 8631 109 St., Edmonton Proceeds for Conservation Ixnvl. The Buff's opposition will lie the Ifith-rankecl Houston, which defeated Miami of Flor- ida 27-6. Dinnics H'l'i Unver- of All.erla dolden liears I nivei-.sity uf 1 in a Western Can- ada Athletie As- hofkey before J.Oittl fan Saturday Maree! .S'l. Arnatid scored Lhc (ioldon Bears' opi'tiitu: i" t.ho first pcriorl and loams went itiio (.he. soe.ond period lied 1-1 iiftor Krank liiehardsop scored tho only ninosant's' goal, j Cal Bnlherill, Cnrlylo. li.'indy and I'.ill; scored other Alljerta goals in llx1 wvonfl period. i JttSllnctlvB PRDJTIHG FORMS THAT WORK FOR YOU Business forms really lielp you advertise. They make in- stnnt impressions on whoever reach thorn. Inl Ul print yourl Announre a MierlKm Lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithographing DIVISION 5111 Avonuft Entrance Oppo.iilf (he Downtown Cor PnrVfitlo In LETHBRIDGE: 613-4111 Avenue South Telephone 328-4214' ;