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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mount Great Falls in final Easy now Skip Scott at verbally directs a rock home Friday as the 1973 Grey Cup Rainbow Bonspiel opened at the Lethbndge Curling Club Henderson lost his game to Ralph Higgs in the opening draw Defending champ- ion Lawrence Lennon of Lethbndge and Bruce the B side champ from Cal- both got off on the right foot Play continues today at the Curling Club with finals set for Sunday Arnason pulls trigger on Atlanta markers THE CANADIAN PRESS Chuck the Man native traded last spring by Montreal Canadiens to hasn't been setting the National Hockey League on fire with the but his work on i ight wing has often been ad- mired by coach Boom Boom Geofnon There were signs Friday night that the Boomer's pa- tience is beginning to pay off as the former Fhn Flon Bombers junior scored two third-period goals to help Atlanta to a 4-1 victory over Vancouver Canucks It moved the Flames into a tie with Chicago Black Hawks for se- cond place in the NHL's West Division It was the only league game scheduled who scored 18 goals and had 20 assists with Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the American Hockey League last now has four goals and ATLANTA 4. VANCOUVER 1 Firat parlod No scoring Penalties Dal ley B Schmautz 10 24 Dunn 18 21 Second parlod 1 Wright 2 Atlan- ta Manery 4 3 Atlanta. Loiter 2 3 54 Penalties Lysiak Wllkins 1323 Arnason majors 17 04 Third parlod 4 Atlanta Arnason 3 7 5 Arnason 4 11 44 Penalties McShetfrey 13 Dalley 1751 on goal by Vancouver S 4 Atlanta It Attendance 15 141 two assists in 17 appearances this year His best season in the AHL was in 1971-72 when he connected for 30 goals and 24 assists 'Arnason had two shots on goal and scored a pretty good Geoffnon commented In Marcel Dionne of the Red Wings would dearly love a goal He'll take anything he can even a cheap one With a record of no goals and 15 assists after 19 games this Dionne is becom- ing desperate It's said the 22-year-old centre after Red Wings played m Los Angeles Tuesday night I m trying but it's frustrating out there Even the fans are trying to help though it doesn't do any good My goals will come We're hanging together since Alex Delvecchio became coach We re working together now Oilers heading for loop cellar THE CANADIAN PRESS Quebec Nordiques disposed of an old jinx Friday night and climbed into a tie with New England Whalers for first place in the East Division of the World Hockey Association The Nordiques defeated Cleveland Crusaders 3-2 for their first-ever victory in Cleveland Arena They lost four in a row against the Crusaders last season and suf- fered an earlier defeat in Cleveland this year In other the tail- spinning Edmonton Oilers DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOVER Sales Representative 308 -9th St. S. Phont 328-1228 DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP Moved To S. ONE BLOCK WIST OP THR ELK'S CLUB. For the best In wheel straightening end brake wort and step In and see Sptclils MW urtil Christum. Phone 327-0237 were shut out 2-0 by the Sharks in Los Angeles and Vancouver Blazers won their second in a row for new coach Andy a 4-3 decision over Winnipeg Jets triumph at Cleveland didn't come easy It took until the middle of the third period before Andre Gaudette drilled the winning goal past Gerry Cheevers It was Quebec's third consecutive goal after spotting the Crusaders a 2-0 lead It was- Cleveland's fourth straight defeat and it left them in fourth place in the East but coach Bill Needham said his players were looking ahead to tonight's game against Toronto Toros If we work against Toronto tonight as we did against Que- we'll have no problems The loss to Nordiques was a case of which team took advantage of more breaks Bryan Campbell's goal at 5 28 of sudden-death overtime gave the Blazers their fifth consecutive victory and halted the Jets' unbeaten home stand They had recorded seven wins and a tie in their eight previous games Bathgate was pleased with the Blazer but said there was still room for im- provement The boys are responding to the type of game we're trying to learn.' Bathgate said We're working on tmng to clean up mistakes but there probably won t be a sigmfi- cani improvement until maybe a month from now Coach Bobby Hull of the Jets said the entire Winnipeg right side lei up on Don Burgess's tying goal You can't do anything not holding the puck and not skat- ing You have to shoot it or eat it not give it away he said Kodiaks bow out of tourney By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Spcrti Edltw Being knocked from cham- pionship contention in your own tournament can be enough to worry about. Ben Brooks coach of the Lethbndge Community College Kodiaks can't be faulted if he has a couple of other worries on his mind The 1973 President's In- vitational tourney opened to a full house Friday at the LCC and after all the opening ac- tion was completed the Kodiaks were on the outside looking m along with Camrose Lutheran College Kodiaks dropped a 98-81 decision to Mount Royal College of Calgary while Camrose took it on the chin 112-92 from the College of Great Falls Great Falls and Mount Royal meet in the final tofiight at nine following a seven o clock consolation en- counter featuring the Kodiaks and Camrose after last night's ac- must be thinking about the upcoming Alberta College Athletic Conference The Minor hockey Gal Richards scored no less than six goals and led the Bears to a convincing 7-0 vic- tory over the Braves in Pee Wee action Friday Richards tallied four markers in the first half of the hockey game and added two more in the second Schmidt notched a single marker in the win In another league en- counter the Sabres dumped the Falcons 8-3 Greg Horon and Richard Williams fired in a pair of goals for the winners while fAaron Norm Stacey Supina and Tim Menzak chipped in with singles Michael Manson scored twice and Mark Marakami once in a losing cause The Flyers scored a un answered goal in the opening period and went on to edge the Pinto s 2-1 Darren Moroz and Phil Hewko tallied for the Flyers while Wayne Parenteau replied for the Pinto's In a Bantam A Frank Zasadny rifled in two third period markers and lifted the Canadians to a 4-2 win over the Red Wings Pat McCune and Craig Robinson aided with solo ef- forts while Trent Auch scored twice in A losing cause The Hornets came up with a slim 6-5 decision over the Blazers in a Bantam B contest Daren Edward Darren Danny Jones Anton Mihay and Brian Ferenz tallied for the winners while Bill Rab with two goals and singles by Robert Allen ClampiU and Brent Lang rounded out the Blazers' scoring Meanwhile the Flames scored two first period goals and defeated the Penguins 2-1 in a hard fought Pee Wee game Rory MacLennan and Marlowe Gurski tallied for the Flames while Mike Kelly handled the scoring for the Penguins Midget Elks in action The Lethbndge Midget Elks will be out to win their second straight Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League game Sunday night The who bombarded Crowsnest Pass Cascades 24-1 in their last will host the Claresholm Clippers for an 8 30 tilt at Henderson Lake Ice Centre The game was switched from a 2 30 start. Dudas nets 37 points Doug s of Lethbndge scored an impressive 102-72 victory over the University of Calgary junior varsity in an exhibition basketball game at the Civic Centre Friday night Alex Dudas was brilliant for Doug s who toil in the c'hinook Basketball with a big 37 point outing while Brvce Thompson added Doug s d 24-2 lead .it the half and never looked back The two teams will meet tonight at seven o clock rii the CIVK Centre locals will see Camrose and Mount Royal and are im- pressive despite their 20- point setback to Great looked better than any Camrose club in the past two or three years Heighth. and plenty of was their downfall as the American club dominated the backboards all most at will Greg Thompson turned in a brilliant individual effort for the Great Falls in their vic- tory as he hooped 38 points Ken Mayernik and Carl Tange each clipped in with 18 tor the winners while George Wood managed 10 For Camrose Glen Olsen and Dave Schroeder led the way with 27 and 25 points respectively Gerry Belling hit for 18 while Ray Therou added 10 Camrose got the nod on 20 foul calls and lost the services ol both Rellmg and Olsen late in the game Great Falls pick- ed up 23 fouls Kodiaks started quickly against Mount Royal running up an 8-1 count with a press and fast break the locals let early-season mistakes do them in Ted Hellard led an im- pressive Mount Royal offence with 25 points Darrel Hauptman followed with 18. Ross Salmon 17 and Doug Baker 16 Both Salmon and Baker took early showers due to foul infractions but the damage had long been done before they departed Bob Hansen canned 17 points to pace the Kodiaks Brent Fairbanks came up with 16 as did Jim Toone while newcomer Glen Schuller managed 13 Kodiaks saw Robin Hansen and Al Pard foul out as they were called on 33 fouls as compared to 27 against Calgary HOOP SHOTS Friday night s game saw the return of Ira Bourne as a referee While he may have lost a step he hasn t lost any of his color- ful officiating talent Great Falls has just too much heighth for Mount Royal I would think Brent Fair- banks will be a good one once he gets acquainted with the college competition It s quite a step up from high school play Al Pard looked like he was in for his best night of the voung season He hit on three of his first four shots and was aggressive in his rebounding Testing his air Herald photographer Rick Ervm thought it looked like Carl Tange of Great was testing his air brakes and well he might have been at the Community College Friday. Tange hooped 18 points as Great Falls upended Camrose Lutheran 112-92 in the President's Invitational Finals go this evening at the LCC. Miller paces U.S. golfers spam Johnny Miller shot the United States into a se- cond round lead in the World Cup golf tournament Friday with a course record 65 five under par Team-mate Jack Nicklaus carded a second round 68 and their 36-hole total of 275 put them five strokes ahead of Ar- gentina at 280 the defending was third with 283 halfway through the 72-hole competition Gary Player and Hug Baiocchi of South Africa both carded 72s for a 284 team good for fourth place Japan was fifth with Spam sixth with Thailand seventh with 289 and Puerto Rico eighth with 293 The previous five under par was jointly held by Lu Liang-huan of Peter Osterhuis of England and Ramon Sola of Spain Canadians showed little im- provement from their earliei scores Phil Giroux of Montreal fired a 77 for a 36 hole score of 155 while Bob Panasiuk of posted a 79 and 160 over-all I couldn't play much better than said Miller I made an adjustment to my ad- dress position on the practice just as I did before I won the U S open It made all the difference I didn t have a putt of more than 14 feet all day he said I could have finished anv number depending on how the pulls dropped CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT Uta FBi 1 4l ' UN ft. 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Serving South AIMrla lor over 30 years SPORT FANS By GARY KIRK Here s an interesting sports ques tion for you in the 1955 Harvard Yale football game a Harvard player caught a touchdown pass for Harvard only TO In a 21-7 loss tod a the boy who caught that pass far more famous throughout the country in another field can you guess who he Answer is Senator Teddy Kennedy he played varsity football at Harvard in the 1954 and 55 seasons Can you imagine two teams in the same league having the same that situation odd ly enough exists In the Canadian Football League where two of the teams are the Ottawa Rough Riders and the Saskatchewan Rough Riders enough a National Foot ball League team once changed coaches right m the middle of a game' That s how the famous coach Jimmy Conzelman got his first coaching job this odd oc currence happened when he was player during the NFL season ol 1921 and during one game he was m a huddle when a substitute came running m and tolc Conzelman that the coach on the bench and the owner of the team just had a fight the owner fired the coach on the spot and ap pointed Conzelman who thus became the only football coach history appointed while a game was in progress I bat you dMnt know bait known Snow Tiro n probably UNIROYAL'S Super Wlntarlda ll't Canada'i oftofHy tire wttn UM QCWI Traction 4 ply conatructlon- at raalatanca to flax and moMura damage. 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