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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LHHBRIDGF HERALD Tlnnsilciy, November 25, 1971 Imlncli's Sabres sink HOCKEY'S FIVE-MINUTE WALTZ D-trc'f Red V, Ron Harris (16) and CV'formn Gclden Seal'.' Paul Sctinwr (3l bo'h drew five -n.rnjlss in li.e penally box for this fighl-wald Wednesday in ll-.c Notional Hockey League gcme wen h, ihe Seals 6-1, Harris also received n two-minute minof. liy IAN Mnrl.AINK Canuilian I'ri-ss Statt Punch Imlach must lake sunn1 eiiiisd.-ition from Hit1 fact [HI matter lltnv low bis Buffalo Sahri'.s sink, lii-'ll have another crack al a till Pen-null or Kick Jlarlin in the Natinivil I let-key Lcumie's annual draft "exl June. In the meantime, the Sabres conlimied tlu'ir tailspin Wednes- day night, losing to HH- nsnally hapless Los Angeles while the division leadi-r.- eontinncd to dominate York Rangers over SI. Louis Blues 8-3, Boston Bruins over Philadelphia Flyc'-s 2-1, Mont- 1 Canadians and Chicago E'ack Hawks tied 3-3. In oilier sanies. Toronto Maple Leafs nipped Pitt-lim IVriiums 2-1 for their I'mirih slraiL'IS win and California Golden Seals drubbed Detroit Hr-ii Wings 6-1. Philadelphia is at Boston for tonight's only game. Imiach has been successful the last two years in snaring rookies at the draft- IVr- reaull as the No. 1 pick in Buf- falo's inaugural season last year and Martin, the No. 5 choice last June. Other than veteran gcalirnder K- Crozicr, u'ho he if he checked inin hospital to II-.MII -hell lln- have been ul season and the only reason Satires have manaj-cd to within one point of Vancouver Canucks and Detroit in the Kast Division cellar. BOTH .SCORE Both scored against Los A'lso- Martin his 15th and Pry- Xo. bnt ra- :in iii, -ind mikic Prior i nol teuton liustnn since March his third in four games sinec i ff 1i u i arriving in a trmlc-with BiMton, Hru-Vu, SHircd 'Toronlo's win at i spearheaded California's 31-sliol fd'iir Hints '-ill la-it season was preduml hy what is nor-! assault on Detroit goalie Al fm-'M'mri'M'-i No-ili S'ars also mally a weak point of Ihoir of-: Smith. old I he lianwr, his fenc-e-IlK- power play. Tho Th, Seals, who ended a I wo game losing string, moved two Irail New with a man w'.v; nlage twice, by "lpl- by i Paul Henderson, to subdue the one n e as, .Ithnnv McKenzie and Phil Ks- 1 injury-ridden Peiuiuilis. points ahead of SI. Ixniis to within one of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, lied for third in the West with 111 points apiece, Tile 1-Tvers lira pials and j III hehind Chicago and Minne- WHS SHOULD I BS THE ONlM. ONE WHO'S vnw DRAGGED OUT OF 3SD FOR A Fued -By Val IlKAD ISLAND, S'.C. 'AT' A friendly but imis umlpctiiion be- tween Jack Nicklans and Lee Trevmo. has enhanced the pro lour this Jus! as il looked that Nic-k- nqs' eh >oos greeted. [II period, even th :ii Angeles had an 1H-7 i ;i' Dui there on. ii ".aT ____, ,'cv.Tihiil for Imlach's Sabres as Finland's Juha led the offer.sive-mindcd Kings with two goals. CMcaao saw their win streak at home stopped at nine. h'ii had to be nv re than satificd In i settle for the tie when the Cam- i dier.g rpened a 3-1 lead on goals hv Vvan Conrnoyer. Frank Ma- j hovlich's Ifi.h and Terry Harper Bucks 141, Atlanta Danm- and received a most unhospita- Hawks 107; Cincinnati i (0 reclaim a share of i ble welcome from the boo birds. IH. Portland Trailhlazers 1 But it was nothing like the and Houston Rockets 109, Phila- lu" disrespect the Bullets got from cleiphia '76ers 108. New York Knicks. American Basketball Associa- punches in With Munro playing before ,ion Carolina ILII. Dallas pcrjcfi while touch Cliff Baltimore fans for the first time Flnridians MS. Denver since his recent trade to New' Memphis 126. Piusburgh York, the Knicks, breezed to a j rta-n 120. Virginia 113 and Indi- 114-M National Basketball Asso- ana n2. New York 101. ciation triumph over the Bullets Wednesday night. It was New Vni-lr's fifth victory in a vcnv Mimroe. who scored 12 points uuiuun.ia ,_-i Mum-0 booed bv the 10.718 over-all in a brief appearance. I period goals in their last start, fansTihe Baltimore Civie Au-'. helped New York cut into a 13- exploded for si.x more in the Slum when he first stopped point Baltimore lead as the mal 20 against St.. nn the mm-! in the Accord DC- Knicks narrowed Me margin to LOUIE. riod hcZd hi rew club cut; 52-51 at the half. Frazier, who Brad Park and noa, ncpai i.-, .LI c.iu __ Walt Tkaczuk scored two each Hawk dcfcnceman Keith llag- nuson and Montreal's Pete Ma- Montreal Marc Tardif squared off later in the game. i SCORE 6 IN TI1IHI) The Rangers, who crushed into' a big Bullet lead. Then Walt Frazier took over with a hot second half to make it New York romp. the night's other NBA i third period. Ureas, who had 22. then helped for the East Division leaders in the Knicks storm to an unheata- the third-period blitz on veteran ble 78-6S lead at the end of the I goalie Ernie Wakely. was j GH; Trcviri'i a'roady lias sot a s i n g 1 e s c a.s o n record of v.filing out Xicklaus1 o'd of wn.nlifi set in IPIiT. :h? Bear is in I'la'-e going into the IPS' v rcks of the season at 52117.r-.-ii. GINS TOR TIT1.I-; "I think evrryone, every alhlf'.c. wants to be the No. 1 mr.n in his field.'1 said Trevino. who makes no' the fn'1! that he's for the Professional Athlete of the Year title. His credentials are all in ordrr. Ali'ithiT viclnry i he has six lhi> M'art, would al- tr.os, assur'1 him of the money liile. could just about nail ri..wn the AthHe-of-the-Year tillc in addition to the PGA Player-of-thc-Year crown he alrtady has eorraled. Nicklaus. who would tf> pick up a fourth money title, has a different, more long range goal. The big blonde has won 11 major He has voiced his goal of beating Bobby Jones' record of I'i. if you need money. One-stop shopping for the money you need, when you need it. Personal ioansto and more. Mortsages up to Money to make life a little more pleasant. all-Canadian consumer loan company. 7th Street South leihi.ridge. Tel: 327-8545 DcIIEEK nf Lethbriilge is making his mark as a modern-day Flying Dutchman, and he is il on wakir as well water, thai is. Young Delleer. who is 18 and not 19 as I had mentioned in a story some two months back, and his male lion Krikke. loft Lelhbhdge at that time to try their luck at making the Dutch National Hockey Kadi it can proudly be said, achieved his goal. recent letter from Tilburg, The Netherlands, shows that Del-leer is truly off to a flying start. pivscn! he is toilini: wilh lite Tilburr: Trap- DCi-s It ,s aii inleriiiiliuiia! learn and competes li-ains ii-niii Holland, liel.uiuin. (lei-many. am! i-'rancc. Tile Trappers what is called the Cnn ii.'.ei'naUoiu-.l last year and are cur- rently leading the way again this year. Delleer is playing with Ihe national junior team as well as the niain national (cam. The selections were made, last Monday and he, along with five of his teammates, was selected. In March they will play in the World C class championship in Romania. The juniors, for whom he will also plav, 1 believe, have a tournament in S'.veden. Dellecr'enioved one of his moments in a I'r'-.'.'S'- ho scored MX tidies and picked UP Iwo assists. Tin- of 4.001) gave him a standing ovalinn. The crov.cls are -.'fi'v onlhusiastic. afcording lo Delleer He writes that they begin to sing as soon as the "arne slarts and don't let up imlil the final It dealening at the end of the game it the home chili is winning. Two months ago it was mostly a dream for Dc- Heer and Krikke. Now they are a part of Internation- al hockey and at just the right age to thoroughly enjoy it. -A- Another southern Alherlan is also making his mark in International hockey circles in Denmark. Ralph .lorslad. originally from Taber, is coaching Gladsax'c, the Danish National team. The team com- petes in an A league with other Denmark teams as well as Switzerland and Norway. Is the Raymond Comets' dynasty in southern Al- berta high school basketball circles Hearing an end'.' It always happens when you are a winner everyone takes a crack at you. ('omets have long been a powerhouse in the south, but Ihe recent Magrath High School tournament gave indications of some changes. The host Zeniths won the event but il was the surprising eliminalion of the Comets from even con- solation play that caught one's attention. We could be in for the most exciting high school hoop season in many years. Balance of teams com- peting and a three or four-team race for honors is mucli' more thrilling than a one-team affair. Hold onto your hats folks, Lethbridgc's newesl ice facility, the Henderson Lake Ice Centre, is coming. But so is Christmas. A very knowledgeable friend of mine was willing to bet in July the rink wouldn't be ready until the first of the year. He is getting closer to being right all the time. The latesl word has il the rink will be ready b. Dec. 4. Now that could be a challenge. The ice machine hasn't even been hooked up and tesled. They don't even know if it will work. The ice shortage was so severe recently that a Pee Wee hockey game was called half way through the third period so thai the ice could be flooded for a Sugar King game following an hour and a half later. That's a little too much to take. Summaries TORONTO 3 PITTSBURGH 1 ICHUFORNIA DETROIT 1 Peritd 1 Tnrr.nlo, 4 IKcon, McKennyT Penally-j, ijs-c', 15. !1. Penallim- Haninruk J'31. Pnlricr- Vaci-iis Shmyr. Second -2 Toronto, Hpnrler r LiDett son 13 (McKenny, Keon) j e d Pf.rjrd..-7. C.llifornla, Ferou- tios-Schcr.k Hextall Ley Boklircy) 3. Period _ 3. Pil.sburoh. P.l 12 'Scliinliel, Pen 'Fairbsirnl Nev Ycrv Perk. 6 7- York, PnrK 7. 8. SI. UuK, SabC'jrn 7 (Roterls) 9. New] York, Kc-incn 1 IRalelle. Rousicau) W Yort. Tkacruk 4 Usr- ry, selllml 12-31; 11. SI. Louis, Mur- nhv 2 Morri'-n) p-na'- Nellson on by: S; 1' York H 1S-41 LOS ANGELES 5 BUFFALO 3 ri-'i Pr.rijri l Buffalo. la (A'arti-i O'chra, 2. Buffalo. Martin 15 (Gcveltc. Hamilton) served by Shack Bvrs So'ond Period 3. Lo5 Anoele5, Poivin 2 Pulfordl i Los Angrlis. Widing 5 IWikkelEon, Potviri) 612. Los Anqeles benr.h penally by Evans -ef Hamilton. Fui- T'i 17 rj. Third Period 5. Loi Anqelei. Mar- or? 3 (Berry, Byers) l-os An- ni-lrs, Byers 2 Hc.welll 7 Buffalo, Evans t (Shack, Ramsay) 1.? 1.1; E. Lcs Angeles, Widing 6, Shots on qoal by: Buffalo 7 13 Lcs Anqcles 18 IB 10 IWfl Second Pc-nod Nn 'corina, Third P-ricrl 2. Cour. never 13 (Tremblay) :37: 3 Montreal, F 16 (P Mahovltch. La- rjointe) :07; 4. Montreal. Harper I Plfn) 5. chicaoo, Camp- bell 1 C.'.eki) 5. Chicago O'Shes 4 [Faricin Ma-tin) Penalties Mac-nuson Tardif, Koroll maiorl Shots on goal by! Montreal s Chicago T BOSTON 1 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period 1. Boston. 5 (Stanlie'cJ, R. Smith) 2. Bos- ton Escosilo 16 (Or, Sanderson) Penalties-Sanderson Dornhoof. er Cheevers (served by Stanfield, lame misconduct (served by Second Pfrir..d Nr, scorinn Penal- shots on gofll hy: Boslon Philadelphia ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L F A Pts Talgary Col Red Deer Calgary car Mover' Edm. Maple Lethbridge Drumheller NATIONAL LEAGU jrjars .14 2 98 46 26 9 5 77 54 18 7 7 69 56 14 s 7 10 77 91 14 WESTERN CANADA LEAGIIB Eastern Division ft 55 56 12 Flii Brandon Saskatoon Regina DIVISION L l; ft 1 fw 62 25 11 7 1 E6 59 73 in 14 0 irfl 70 fj 9 1 69 (Si 17 7 13 0 75 96 H 1 71 4Ti 7r, 9, 93 7, 87 16 63 117 17 7 6? 10 York 2 Hflt ifl in n R m 0 .1 6 n 6 7 12 U H HOCKEY U '3 i B e Chicago Minnesota Philadelphia Pittsburgh California St. Louis 15 5 1 H J 3 79-1 B 13 5 1 12 3 6 U 63 45 60 73 31 35 31 60 IS 68 IB 99 17 70 3 Chitfloo i Toronto 1 Pittsburgh T New York 8 St. Louis 3 Boston 2 Philadelphia 1 California 6 1 Los Angeles 5 Buffalo I 3 Salt Lake 1 B Hadfield, NY IS 35 IS 33 19 10 Monsp Jaw 1 Snskatoon 3 Prince Albert NY 37 Wpstern 3? Vancouver ?s Columbia 76 Kamloopi 3 sec action The University of i Prnnghorns will he out to seek their initial victory in the young Western Canada Inter-Col- logiatc Men's Basketball League season this weekend. The Pronghoms will face the University of Calgary Dino- saurs twice this weekend and hope to wipe out memories of last weekend with victories. Friday night the Pronphorns and the Dinosaurs will have the opening toss at 8 p.m. at the Civic Centre. The sanve time is set for Sat- urdays encounter. Meanwhile, the University of Lethbridge Pronghoms female version will take on the Calgary Dinnies prior to the men's con- test. Game time is set for p.m. at the Civic Centre. SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TIRES F78-14 Studded White G7S-14 Studded F78-15 Studded While G78-15 Studded Willis Each 26 95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. Mom ttT-tttU or 3174445 ;