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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _____Tueiday, November 23, 1971 THE IETHBRID6E HERALD 9 had m- wi :spo off to similar start MONTREAL (OT) Centre Phil K.-ipiMlii Huston Hruins is only one point behind his Esposito, who recorded en all-time, 152-point high last sea- son on 76 goals and 70 assists, has 15 goal and 19 assists for Ramcs-19-in the 1970-71 sciicd-1 Joan Rattllo and riKht winger ulc. lint last season he held a sev- en-point edge over team-mate Ken Ilodgc after games. Hud Cilbert, is engaged in a close race with Ksposito. Ualelle and Gilbert are tied with IJoslon defence-man Hobby Today lie has only a slim two- third place with 81 So :tl points so far this season., v'jc. of j cadi, five more than That's one more goal than lie York ItanKcrs. In lact, the j Kjehard Martin, linflalo Sabres' I had after the name numlx-r of I entire line of lladfield, centre rookie sensation. Buffalo's Gil- bert Pen-fault, lust season's Mil, Rookie of the Year, is sev- enth with 25 points. I.KAI) IN GOALS K.spoiito and Frank Mahov- lieh of Montreal C a n a d i e n s share the goal-scorini! lead with ir> goals each, one more than New liar.gers. spends a good ANDY CAPP lion of Madison Square Gar- brass fathered for the ama- lladfield. Hatclle. Martin and uckty U-aj.'tic sation.s pay off in trale? Last June when the Hanger l-'iin I-'lon Bombers in the i (he first player to score four Western Canada Hockey jn one game this season sz. But he figured the yiiiniL'Mer would be grabbed in-fore New York's draft turn up so he got on the ph'ine 1 I started v.ith said Francis, "i figured Mont- real would pick Guy Laileur first and Detroit had second I couldn't get their o then I tried Yancou- ii n t c t th t so tncn t s i when he led the Rangers to a 12-1 rout over California Golden Seals Sunday, lie was the 14th player to score at least three- goals in one game this season. There were only two three-goal games at this time one year ago. IVhile the battle goes on m the scoring race, there is an equally tough fight among the leading goaltcndcrs. The Thitagr pin rf Torn T [io 1 i h in m hutou s tin tl i in I n Mnitll 1 START OF A BIG SEASON? Magroth Zenil'ns with- stood the challenge of seven of the top high school basketball teoms in southern Alberta over the weekend in winning their own tournament in o fashion that could indicate a bia season for Roy Stevenson and his club. The champs ore, front, left to right, Burns Alston, Bcb Rice, Roger Anderson, Doran Perry and John Balderson. Back, left to right, Jim Newton, Dennis Wheeler, Neal Miller, Frank Scout, Wayne Harris, Rick Poncmcr, and coach Stevenson. e lo play in II I it bin h a con b ni 1 cod B un't H urd drift iiinipe first on t il-f 1 (r 1 1 e id next year no one transferred it to Winnipeg, the Virginia. leaeue'will tread move was. Fanning said, "with idea of getting into the irieai; Association.'1 L itceh. a CLOI .'.t'.'y ic 111 Wcnenctez said: we come here today knowing we're partly I 1 1 n o .takes i Association. responsible for the demise. a financial u hrfn r e eo; to Winni- "It was a gamble. Vie We don't point the fiMer at Vi'inni- 1m I i In general 'had no reaction from anyone. the National league j d at a news confer- ijer> Blit we figured if we could club i i get an A.A.A club here End it i i c called strike was established, we cou'd get into the American .Association. i Arneri- Gillmaii quits, inosl unhappy "We couldn't sell the Air.erl- pictun peg operation to'.sl expen- ses ia'lUTl of SI73.5P3 compared v.ith cf only Interna- "V.'e're no; pleading Fanning said the Expo? jiKwnto enmhafirod, "b u t have and could have'1 i m ..t v----- we've dropped mere than half a -i to admit tt mm-1 Assodation like we thought remained in Winnipeg another ._ ._ e n i me II Ml MOST TO OITKR You're with IT Sva-e. Kair.s 10 take OUT I....- m.-ir.'s Mor.dav for San Dn- j parnes. He j then n-v.irn :.i j a IXA' .-.'oil f..r the Riding System Service V in race S.M a L" victory snTKSSI-TI. CHAC'H j I X Chainbiisji nanicd Rookie iv "Do you ever need safe brakes more than in car mg tns top- c." them on t'.is ensures, tern. We check ihe master cylinder, the road' I-'j.ii.-. JIISTAKI'S HI.' Tony Plum- en llio uv.'ilthy c nl 1 e j: i ;i n tnini; In Howl hero. It. firsl forincr io In ilv rs AssOi-inlioii of Amorica. ;i baseman, rnvived 11 cf Iho cast, Hrcw- pitcht-r I-.ill Pai-sims. th- ru. .iiT un uiili l.im! A'lilc-'ii-s Ihnxl v ilh lour "As a bonus, The 'wheel cylinders. The Huid end clean your ircmt wheel boar- lines. The brake shoo return ings and re-pack them with lop- springs. Let's hopa wo don't find -quality grease. At these Firestone Stores Cdrner of 3 Ave. and 8 St. S. Phone 327-8548 IV. 1 OR v ,is tit'u.'li'd for du.y ii! Wirn'ii i'i Assivintion pulling a musrb duvinij fprinf; Hnt Uv? injury liui'ornl. the him ti) May IV hr tc-sl.s tn tlio rxact rx- ;