Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
November 1971 THE IETHBIMDGE HERALD 9 ANDY CAIT Two-goalie system North Ste HFV.' if SEE THEM REGULATIONS W LONG- DOES A BLOKE T' BE T1 A V-_ ship wl ci-! he wouldn't return if lie didn't uviauf'Ji.'lcel Ix'ller." sti'l third base I Series' coach Frank Occak. this year after de- fealins Baltimore Orioles in a immediai'jiy successor. Standing cal-'ily crowd oi Ijiuc a .'ia.-.'i'c cigar in his quietly announced: "1 have decided not lo rein; next year." The li-i-hi'ian he made r.r- :''ihid days ago while rtiurnhi.'! from vacation in Plioilo R decision was n< prising. "lie d near fhe c-'.d o tllllS Last year, the Pirates won UK.' fille, Ilicn lost three games o Cincinnati ri'-'d-s thc Kationa League pennant. nr-spiie that less, Murtaugh named Manager of the Year for Ihe third time. In led the Pir- World Series, their comix'Jely siir- j mcrs last season, received of I the 21 votes cast by two writers 1 from each league city, boating by a wide margin. Monta- who had 30 homers, re- llur- ]ias been in and out of managing due to a heart prob- hocke He qui! in l-'-'W after a heart attack. He came back as interim manager in 19G7 after Harry Wclkcr was fired, then over thc club again in 1970 whcn Larry S h c p a r d w-as ceived the oilier six voles. bounced and Klurlaugh's doctor Pitcher Carl Morton of Mont- gave him a clean bill of health. h was the major factor real Expos won thc title in Williams, 23. came up to the Braves as a third bascman-out- asitc again, lie ad- llhough it wasnt his lly IAN Macl.MNK Canadian I'rcss Staff H'rilcr A year ago Minnesota Noilh Stars' were rolaling three goal- lenders about as fast major league baseball team 10 tales its starting pitchers, onl much success. Now there are two, and thc North Stars did (he unexpected Tuesday night. Inking lust place in the National HocUv 'League's West Division with i 2-1 win over Vancouver Can Licks. And il was goallending put them there with lanky Ce' arc Maniago turning aside 36 shots to move the Stars one point ahead of Chicago Black Ilawks. Jn thc only other game SI Ixiuis Blues tripped Los Angeles Kings 3-1. COUUJ REGAIN FIRST Tonight, thc Black H u ks who have played one less game lhan Minnesota, can reclaim top spol with a victory on home ice over Montreal Canadiens. Chi I cago has yet lo lose at home m nine games this year. Elsewhere, Toronto Maple Leafs arc at Pittsburgh Pen- guins, St. Louis visits New Yoil Rangers, Boston BiMins play Ihe Flyers at Philadelphia, Cahfor nia Golden entertain De- troit Red Wings and Buffalo p Sabres are al Los Angeles. Last year the North SUis were hard-pressed to hold third in the West as coach Jack Gor don worked his three Gilles Gilbeit and veterans Maniago and Gump about as much precision as an army drill sergeant sounding off. It was a year of experiment for the new coach as he at tempted to mould a tighler de fensive unil by concentrating his efforts on the blueline and in goal. Bui Ibis year he sellled on a two-goalie system, farming thc inexperienced Gilbert out. The Stars, who came on slrong lale in the 1970-71 season in front of Maniago and Worsley, continue to prosper. They rank second only to U i cago's" Tony Esposito and C, n Smith in allowing the fewest goals and while most of the Summaries 'ii-r Uiis year Slice hi; ar- to liiC HKus have a' TII- Iff..! :i iiirn fur 1 'r v.iiiniiii'. -iiai.'-, giving him I" v.illi (lie Him battrd ,2fiO ait trove in S7 rn Montanez. who came to the Plilics is p it rf t c It n it fi m Cl loin fiidiml i 1 n Cn t 1 ic id t H ed to H l t dune 1 1 in i ud bat l d Hi bid J in thc i M fn on IL honois ind 1 1 i b mis n 101 eis 1 b it th- all-star break in July. 11 m i Ibi fn st A hnn phui to m 11 loome mild mil the thud Bi lu in thc i icrir bistoj-y of the award. The "1 had some event last year which led me to relieve that I b 11 some difficulties u Murtaugh said. o knew a decision i i 'c1 some time to tin n id I fell it best be rnv, n i lived a one-year contract and said he was p MINNESOTA 5 VANCOUVER 1 I First Period 1. Vancouver n 1 S (Conelly. Bcudrias) 2 Mn nesota, Prentice 9 (Oliver, Mnre) Penalty Taylor Period 3. Minnesota, Gold- 1 fiworlhy 7 fOrooin, Reid) P Kurtenhach Harri Third Period No scorino. Ppr served by o lampscn Hatl Mohn If Shots on goal by: Minneioia Vancouver 13-37 ST. LOUIS 3 LOS ANGELES 1 First Period 1. St. Louis. Ejer (Unaer Dupont) 2. St. Liu V i i SabSurin (St. Marseille. Thompson) I don t think I d want to lake penaities-None Mi mn U cirnnH vmr if Tl Sscond St. Louis Euer 6 til nlO U saonil II 1 Roberts) TM-, Lcs Annelf the first.' said j Flelt 30 re Alvin Dark in llMfl; Yinlon. who played for Pitts- Jcthroc in burrh frcm 19.16 to i 'shois still in Bos- said lie'll name his coaching staff a n la cr date. Period No onsterry B. Plag n goal by: Los Anqeles Louis ihc A'PV Knicks playing well C.C.M. WE V.'IU lAKE YOin OlD HOCKEY ON TSACE WE HAVE THE EEST PRICES ON HOCKEY SICKS In 5. Alliciki by 0 Vctorinvillc O C.C.M. Shcrbiooko C Culm Wtilly Pcicif.r Pro Over 600 nojpn in Slock tit Direct Prices! i 1 mi a MACS eves LUX ,rivri Phono 327-3221 Open Tlmrv K Tii. Til! 9 p.m. T1H-: ASSOCIATED PKESS That old Knick magic's got thc Nnlionnl Basketball Associa- tion in its spell. "We're really playing well IKHV." said Dave DeBusschere as (he Ncu- York Knicks Cincmiinti Roy- als IL'.vlll) Tuesday niph: in Xou' u'ilh a puncli remin- iscent cf [last seasons. lldiiissehcyc's pcncralization car, he sncllcfl: -defence." Thai was the Knicks' formula dnrhifi tlk'ir liiiiit championship season and ihaf (heir magic again Tiii'.-day night. creates offence." said V.'u- York coach Kcd llolz- man, club '.von its fourih game and climbed over (lie nu'irk fcr a change aflcr flniKgiing mil of the starting gale (his year. In (he niphl'.i oilier pames. Buffalo Braves topped Atlanta Hawks 112-97; Milwau- kee Bucks turne( back Detroit Pistons 112-104: Cleveland Cava- hers trimmed Baltimore Bullets Chicago Bulls smashed Pcrlland Trailblazcrs 1.10-94 and 11 .IjOWll llllJJ CAPRI BOWL '-H' ry" prriiiiVoid -.'.is n AND E HARDWARE Yaselejiak nolt'luvs four Packers finally yield- ed a gral in Till- Broomball League action as ihcy dumped C'caldalc for their fourth slraight viclor.v. j Yasclcnak scored all four goals for the Packers, np- ping liis season (olal Id a league high of Ken Kngalsky re- plied for Cualdale. j Tern Uyro-ick scored (lie i only as K. Masonry edged Honda 1-0. Ti-.-cc goals In- Tom Wright I paced lo a n-l vic- j over (Tub'icrs. (JlK l-'rnmradas. liclnuit [''romradas and Alvin Ciimiilctcd (he scaring winners. Hall a shutout lor 111" Lclhhridgc Industries upend- ed H o v c r s -1-1 as Iruin Wyroslok nnlchcd a pair of goal s markers In l.lnyd Meri-n- am1 Halo Wilson. aceonnled for (he lone for Ihe Hovers. In the oihiM- game Hichard nnlchcil a Irio of geais Klrich-Kimnra lo a (i-1 uin 'over U'ililiridgo (laol. Crcg wilh two and (Jary a single, cmnplcled Ihe scoring for Kiniui-.i. K Van Den Hock nvd fcr thc Haul Phoenix Sims 123 beat Philadcl- phia '76ere 107. American Basketball Associi ticn results: Utah 114, Pitts burgh 112; Carolina 102 n ginia 98 and Dallas 104, Demei 101 STAUT WITH CHANGE New York's run-and-gim of fence was powerfully idcnt right from thc start as Die v Barnctt led a firsl-quattci charge with !2 poinls, Inttiiu his first four field goal tries "We're running better and ivo're handling the ball bettei said Holzman, explaining tlic Knicks' reversal of i fornr ilial produced an unhkth 6-9 record, and. al one time had them in lasl place in 111.} Atlantic Dh'i.sioii. DeBusschere snared H i bounds and scored 17 points in 1 bill 2fl minutes of plav ap IJD-.I the Hoyals. Wall Frazicr scored 23 points and passed to fi four more Knicks' bnskels. Led by Barnelt. Frazier and Jorn1 Lucas. Ihe Knicks showed was boss right away by f.0 per cent froni liu' field and can-ing out a halftime lead, l! was all down- hill for New Ycrk after that. dcspile a high 2-1 by Cincinnali's Nate ArchilialJ and more bv team-mate Jim II.- l.'.j I'llii i" li-'1 lied v, i j.-, points Ir'nii'l I'hil.-iMphia i.'i'l I'ill-biiiTli. n' ap-T CNE ONLY Reg.239.00 SPECIAL Plus Cash Refund of 10% 25JO YOUR COST !C K U! KNOC'KOI'T POIiTLAXD. Ore. (AP) Former world champion Kloyd Patterson knocked mil Charlie (Kmpcror) llan'is at of Ihe sixth round Tuesday night as lie continued his campaign for a third heavyweight title boul. COLORING BOOKS WITH SANTA TO.IST AMD JAM, ;'i.-p-ni fi'.c.y.c.ln Dnve Open Dciiiy 9 a.m. 6 p.m.