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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November 1973 V the lack of STAN woriies hockey world FISCHLER HEW Tte energy hurt Uie National League if It leajfe to a dmtfe curtailment of chartered air. NHL vice-president Don Rude said Tuesday. In an interview during the NHL's board of governors Ruck said the 16- team league depends heavily on air charters to meet its 78- game schedule. the NHL schedule is so tight there isn't enough leeway for a team to spend Kelly and his Leafs Pittsburgh By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian PrftM Staff Writer Coach Leonard Kelly and goalie Eddie Johnston areh.'t about 16 let a little thing Jike two'-game National .Hockey los- ing geit theft' down. KMly's toi. busy looting for- waid to .his first coaching ap- Pittsburgh since s his st January. hear Pittsburgh is sold said Kelly Tuesday. this .They Lloyd rookie of the year for the LCI Barris football goes nose-to-nose with Rick the most valuable player. Duricornbe won the Lethbridge Herald trophy while Collier won the A and W silverware. Roundup of bowling scores CAPRI BOWL ONE HR. MARTINIZING Masa Goshinmon 341 Joan Sudo Jean Christie 289 Jean Burt 258. Linda Vrabel 256. Mary Nicolson Alice Kennedy Evelyn More 249 Lynn Baker 243. Diane Meszaros 240. EAGLES LODGE Frank Gorda 255 Larry Veres 249. Nick Lastuka 290. Cyril Barnett 262 Andy Krajewski Bea Salmon 238 Grace Gillett Eveleyn Groves 262 Joyce Marsden Olga LaRocque 221. Y.fl.C. JET GIRLS Lawrena Kreutz Judy McKay 118. Darcy Shigehiro Pan McDonald Laurel Harris LeeAnn Tunstall Sandra Ferguson Margaret Smyke 127. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Pam Shigehiro Pattie Miklos Cathy Hamilton Cheryl Miyashiro Cara Coulter 133. Lorraine Kwan Jan Baker Lori Chaki 234. Y.B.C. JRS. ft SHS. Duane Guzzl Max Coupland Brian Kanewischer Troy Hpvey Ken Nagy Jim Rapuano Leslie Killins 268 Cherye Obermeyer Cindy Pedrini Joy Nakamura Brenda Christie Darlene Terry 219. YOUNQ. ADULTS Darwin Romanchuk 325 Ron Gretzinger 316 Bob Hobbs Hick MacLean Linda Malcomson 297 Sheila Wasylishen Jim Malcomson Cindy Pedrini 240 Drew Plumpton 264. Tom Miklos Brenda Pedersen 271 DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS Sally Trone 318 Agnes MacDonald 256 Cathy Forbes Mary Mihalik Agnes Dahl Mary Negrey 275 Maggie Oliver Maureen Vaykbvich Irene Lynde 224. FRIDAY'S SCHOOLS JUNIORS Parti Holmes Torn .Miklos Bev Passey Mallnda Hamilton Sjn'erry BANTAMS Kim Masson Tracey Heikennin Lisa Coutts Cheryl Srnith Terry Kirschenman Tom Heringer Flloyd Moncrieff Brenda Hooge Brad Kirschenman Mark Witwicki 134. hd who will start against Penguins blames a West Coast road trip for the two but you're finishing games at two in the morning by time It catches up. We were high as a and it caught Tuesday New. York Islanders caught up with the surprising Atlanta upsetting them 4-2 to climb out of last place in the NHL East Division while Van- couver Canucks and St. Louis Blues played to a 2-2 draw. The rest of tonight's schedule has Los Angeles Kings at Montreal Boston Bruins at Chicago Black Hawks and Minnesota North Stars at California Golden Seals. Kelly's information .was slightly off-target. The Penguins are expecting about about one- third more than they usually draw for midweek gajmes at the Civic which has room for Tonight's game isn't the first for Kelly against his old employers. The Leafs beat Pittsburgh 6-0 Nov. then WITH EVERY VOLVO WAGON YOU GET A VOLVO SEDAN. After you've loaded the cargo area of a Volvo station wagon holds a six foot sofa and two you forget you have a wagon. it fits anywhere a V01vo seclafi catiH They're both the same length is feet less than those giant it handles as easily as a Volyo because it comes with the saitte the same tight turning circle to a VW and the same four-wheel power-assisted disc brakes. Come in and test drive our wagon. Youll enjoy our sedan. H7J lost 4-2 to the Penguins Nov. 22. Both games were played in Toronto. More than Kelly's pride is at- stake in Pittsburgh. A win would move the Leafs into a third-place tie with New York but a loss would make them vulnerable to Buf- falo Sabres and the Detroit Red who share fifth place. The Sabres and Wings are four points back of the but after tonight's games To- ronto will have played three more games than the Sabres and two more than the Wings. The Wings got a jolt Tues- day when goalie Roy Edwards changed his mind again about playing this season. Edwards began the season with the took a leave of absence Oct. then said Monday he was coming back. The Islanders' win was their first ever over the Flames and their fourth of the season overall. Last year they won only 12 games all year. Third-period goals by Dave Lewis and Denis Potvin broke a 2-2 tie. were going through the said Atlanta coach Bernie Geoffrion. made the other guys look like the game was played with just two officials after linesman Jim Christispn in- jured his knee early in the first period and was forced out of action with damage to a ligament. winless in 13 was left ajone in last place in the NHL East Divi- sion after gaining a tie on a se- cond-period goal by penalty- killer Bobby Schmautz. The Canucks had been tied for last place with New York. ST. LOUIS VANCOUVER 2 First Period 1. Guevremont 4 2. St. Sebourin 3 Boudrias Dunn majors Boudrias Second Period 3. St. Thomson 3 4. Schmautz 9 DeMarco majors Durbano Dunn Third Period scoring. Penalty-Merrlck SL Shots on goal by Vancouver 7 13 St. Louto IS 11 NY ISLANDERS ATLANTA 2 First Islanders. Stewart 2. Atlanta. McCreary 3 Marshall Second Henning 6 Stewart Hart major Howatt makWS Price Third 2 p. 5. 0. Potvin 5 St. 6. Bennett 4 Shots on goal by Atlanta I 10 Menders 11 6 several hours waiting for a flight after a game. the charter is vital to a club's operations. would be some very critical problems without schedule if air charters were cut Ruck said. NHL president Clarence Campbell said the league has more than 100 charters. trying to cut down on any As part of an emergency program to reduce consump- President Nixon has ordered cuts in airline fuel allocations of 15 per cent by next Jan. 7. United a major U.S. has announced plans to cancel 100 flights a day by Jan. 7 and will lay off nearly including 500 pilots. The NHL already is making plans for backup systems of transport in an emergency. is not much flexibility to change the schedule around even if you wanted Ruck said. NHL arenas usually are booked for other events besides and it would be difficult'if not to reschedule games. Power cuts would pose other problems for the Ruck said. Without enough power for the refrigerated fee players could find themselves skating in slush. If lights are dimmed too much in it could affect color telecasts of games. Campbell said the same in- surance company covers the air flights of all but only one team to a plane. This means pooling of teams on the same flight to conserve space would be impossible under the current insurance setup. In the NHL Camp- bell had a frustrating after- noon Tuesday. The board of governors was unable to resolve the franchise in where the league says it is ready to buy out owner Charles 0. Finley at the right price. Campbell said his dilemma results from the fact he really doesn't know if Finley wants to sell his California Golden Seals. Campbell said Finley already has upped the price by more than the million the league offered him. Campbell said gover- nors also discussed the franchise situation in Van- couver and the possibility of new ownership. The Canucks' Tom is appealing a four-year jail sentence in Van- couver for stealing million from the club corporate organization. If the appeal is turned Campbell said Scallen has agreed to sell his majority in- terest at an acceptable price. Hot hand for Dudas A solid 33-point perfor- mance by Alex Dudas sparked Doug's to a convincing 106-57 triumph over Magrath Merchants in Chinook Basket- ball League action Tuesday. Doug's led throughout as they built up a 44-21 half time lead. Rick Ponomar hooped 13 points for Magrath. Tonight Magrath travels to Cardston to meet the Merchants at in the Cardston gym. Baltimore opposes WHA SHORT STOP AUTO 538 6lh Strut 32M5M BALTIMORE Offi- cials of Baltimore's .team in the American Hockey League said Tuesday they would op- pose efforts by the World Hockey Association to es- tablish a team in the city. After a late afternoon meet- ing with Mayor William DoniU president Robert Embry of the Clippers and board chairman Zanvyl Krieger cited an exclusivity clause in his contract with the city. have a lease with the city that gives us exclusive rights in the Civic Centre for Ice Embry we don't propowd to allow the WHA to come in and play on top of don't want to keep the WHA out of the as Krieger added. with two clubs in it would be suicide for both. The WHA has an uncertain future. It would be folly to give up something certain for something The who were not asked to be part of the WHA thought they were as- sured of a National Hockey League franchise several years but were bypassed when expansion occurred. Dennis president of the said he wanted to move the financially troubled Jersey Knights into Baltimore by Dec. 17 if use of the Civic Centre couU be assured. But the playing in Baltimore since hold a contract expiring with the 1976-77 season which Includes the exclusivity clause and the right of first refusal should the NHL try to negotiate a move into Baltimore. city signed the con- Krieger it's unthinkable that it would take the position now that the agreement is Given their big-league hockey bosses would abolish helmets and facemasks on the grounds hockey is another form of entertainment' and such protective equipment detracts from the stars' individual glamor. Some such as Bobby are fully aware of their star quality and will do anything to perpetuate their golden im- even if it means painful operations to install hairs in one's head. No helmets for Hull. Others are more interested in the preservation of their heads and have decided to wear helmets no matter how costly it might be to their ad income. Billy Harris and Denis Potvin of the New York Islanders are two of the handsomest men this side of but you'd never know it with the grotesque helmets on their craniums. A sophomore in the skated through his rookie season without wearing head gear much as he wanted to on the grounds that he was concerned about the barbs of taunting and opponents. didn't think I was supposed to wear a said I didn't wear one. After I wantetTto fit in with the since I was just out of the Juniors and one way to fit in was to look like them. No A more mature second-year Harris now takes a different viewpoint. He wears a helmet and congratulates himself on the day he put it on. Soon after he began wearing one Billy was whacked on the side of the head with an enemy's stick and then on the forehead. The only thing that suffered was Billy's helmet. Potvin also likes his helmet very much. He says it saved his life. He took a dive one day during a workout this fall and fell on the back of-his head. Denis explains that a similar fall once kill- ed Bill Masterton of the Minnesota North Stars. there is the problem of stick flak to consider. way I says affectionately touching his lot of sticks are bound to be and I don't aim to get hit over the you have the Derek Sanderson philosophy on helmets. you put one of those things says means you're worrying about getting hurt. And when you start worrying about getting hurt you're just not the same hockey player as you were before the Six points for Tex Weibe The Community College and Miners' Library came up with easy victories in the City Recreation Hockey League Monday. In the first Ron Valin earned his second shutout of the year as the College blank- ed Purity Bottling 4-0. Game two saw the Library break open a close battle with the Labor Club as they scored six times on their way to an 8-2 victory. Lawrence Richler sparked the College with a pair of goals while Terry Pocza and Gerry Veres chipped in with singles. Pocza also managed two assists. In the Miners'-Labor Club encounter big Tex Weibe chalked up six scoring points to pace the Library. He scored once and assisted on five others as Jerry Heck and Gene Horii each notched two goals with singles going to Ken Cam Hogdin and Ken Koskoski. For the Labor Club Don Bruchet scored in the first period as he and his mates trailed 2-1. Brian Kristjanson scored in the third period. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL East Division W L T F 'Boston..... 16 4 1 102 Montreal 12 6 2 NY Rangers 1075 Toronto..... 9 7 5 Detroit 9 11 1 Buffalo...... 9 10 1 Ny Isld...... 4 9 7 Vancouver... 5 11 4 West Division Phila.......13 6 1 Atlanta..... 10 7 4 Chicago..... 9 5 6 St. Louis 9 7 4 Pitts......... 7 10 3 58 57 61 54 52 Minnesota 4 10 6 57 Los Ang 5 12 3 55 Calif. 5 14 1 43 NHL LEADERS G B...........'.. 23 B.................. 12 B............... 16 Buf............. 15 M........... 15 B............. 8 R 5 Min 5 D............ 13 Goldsworthy. Min....... 12 WORLD Eastern Division W- L T F N. Eng...... 13 9 Quebec 12 12 Chicago 11 7 Cleveland 10 8 2 88 95 71 70 Toronto..... 9 12 3 77 Jersey 7 13 2 52 West Division W L T F Edmtn 14 6 0 .78 Houston___ 11 6 1 71 Minnesota ..11 8 1 80 Winnipeg 9 12 2 81 Vancouver... 8 14 0 74 Los Ang.....816 0 65 A Pts 55 33 56 26 65 25 54 23 94 19 71 19 65 15 69 14 33 27 56 24 37 24 44 22 83 17 70 14 72 13 74 11 A Pts 26 49 28 40 18 34 13 28 11 26 18 26 21 26 19 24 10 23 11 23 A PtS 77 27 83 25 63 23 72 22 81 21 85 16 A PtS 56 28 52 23 68 23 82 20 93 16 90 16 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L 6 8 Red Deer The Pass Calgary Edmonton Drumheller .Lethbridge 16 13 12 11 12 11 7 14 5 15 T F A Pta 0 111 76 32 0 82 71 26 0 114 113 24 0 114 108 24 1 83 107 15 1 74 122 11 HOCKEY SCORES National NY Islanders 4 Atlanta 2 Vancouver 2 St. Louis 2 World Toronto 3 Quebec 1 Los Angeles 5 Winnipeg 4 American Boston 3 Cincinnati 3 Jacksonville 2 Richmond 1 Southern Charlotte 8 Winston-Salem 0 Roanoke 3 Greensboro 1 Macon 7 Suticoast 3 Western Canada Regina 7 Victoria 5 Edmonton 6 Medicine Mat 5 Calgary 6 Winnipeg 5 Manitoba Junior Brandon 4' Dauphin 1 St. James 4 West Kildonan 1 Saskatchewan Junior Regina Blues 2 Weyburn 0 Estevan 5 Moose Jaw 4 Saskatoon 8 Regina Foxes 2 Alberta Junior Red Deer 6 Drumheller 4 The Pass 5 Calgary 2 B.C. 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