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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBP.1DGE IICRAin Silurrlny, November 75, 1972 ANDY CAPr IT OKAY IF WE MOTHER I VISITS US TOR THE J EVEN IF ITAAEANS X FOR 'ER BOARD NEXT DOOR THE OLDER I Slampeclc ups prize mouey Cdiuidiens continue to dominale early Boston Bruins on the move., fact not fiction CALGARY (CD TnUil pme money of more Hum will he' offered by (he Cal- gary Stampede next year for chuckvagon races and rodeo. The Exhibition and Stampede Board made Ihc joint announce- ment Thursday with the Can- Coast, adiim Rodeo Cowboys' Associ- ation. The stampede will pay a rec- ord up from in prize money for t'huckwagon races in 1D7.T and 1974 Ily THE CANADIAN PHEW Montreal Canadiens just keep rolling they'll have to keep it up if they hope to stay ahead of the streaking Bos- ton Bruins in the National Hockey League. The Flying Frenchmen have lost just two games so far this season while Boston had a poor start playing without Bobby Orr. However, Orr is hack now and Uie Bruins are beginning to look like the power everyone expected them to be this sea- son. Since he came back, the Bruins have won four games in a scored 21 goals the last nine. Friday night, Orr scored a goal and set up two others us the Bruins shut out Aflanla Flames 4-0 in the Georgia city. However, Montreal also turned on the power, thumping Van- icouver Canucks 9-1 on (he West The NHL's Inp tldiiiK'tMmui got things going early against I the Flames, passing lo Mike Wallon wbo rifled the puck I home after 35 seconds. I Greg Slicppard. in hli first FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complelQ slock of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANT OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck and load up at bargain prices We also deliver locally Bring in your scrap steel cast iron batteries radiators copper brnsi and get the bcsf trade value ever We also pay cash! VARZARI IRON STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. season with the Bruins, scored UIG second goal at his 10th in 12 games. Boston cruised the rest of the way as Orr scored his fifth before the first period was over. Don Marcotte scored the last I goal of the game in the third 1 period, his ninth. It was a rela- tively-Lame affair with only three penalties, two to truculent Wayne Cashman and one a bench minor to the Flames. The Canadians spotted Van- couver a 1-0 lead after 28 sec- onds when Gerry O'Flaherly beat Ken Dryden in the Mon- treal net. After that it was all Montreal as the Canadiens came back with four goals before the pe- riod ended. They added two in the second and three in Uie third. Montreal, unbeaten in II road games this season, loads the Eastern Division with 35 points, six more than New York Hangers and nine up on the Bruins. Both the Canadiens' losses have been at home, once to De- troit and lo Chicago. They get a chance for re- venge Sunday night when they play the Black Hawks in Chi- cago Stadium. Firsl Ponc-d 1. Boilpn. V.'ellrm 1" 2. Boslon, Shepparri in 10'Relllyi 3. Boston, Orr 5 (Shepoard, Marcolle) PcnaHles None. Second Period No scoring. Pen- allies Cashman 3'35, AManla bench I I Third Period I. Bcslon, Marcolle 10 Penally Cnsnman MONTREAL 9 VANCOUVER 1 Firsl Period 1 Vancouvpr. O'Fla- herlv 5 (Lever) 2. Monlrcal. F. 10 (Savard, Cournoyer) 3. Monlreal, Lellcy 6 (Wilson, Larosei