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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI LETHBRIDOE HERALD Wedneidny, November 1971 THE AGONY OF DEFEAT Tailback Terry WHher- spoon gives way to his emotions as ihe clock runs oul. Wifherspoon plays for Liberal, Kansas High School and they were beaten 2-0 in the Stole championship. The two points came on a safety aflcr a punt was blocked. II was Liberal's only loss of ihe season. (AP Wirepholo) Islanders go dawn 7-2 to Buffalo Was Rangers' loss consolation? By THE CANADIAN PP.ESS It was consolation night in the National Hockey League Tues- day as even New York Island- ers, after a 7-2 defeat, found some cause for rejoicing. The Islanders suffered their 10th loss in 20 games al the hands of Buffalo Sabres. The consolation came later when the cross-town rival Rangers suf- fered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Vancouver Canucks. In one other consolation game, St. Louis Blues downed Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2. The Blues remain in seventh spot in the West Division with a 5-10-5 won-lost-tied record while the Canucks move up to sixth in the East, one point ahead of To- ronto which drops down to keep company with the eighth-plac Islanders. There was more than con solution tor the line of Gilbei Perreault, Rick Martin am Rene Robert as the trio counted for four of Buffalo's goals against the Wanders. Perrcuult scored twice ant Martin and Robert each got one as the line pushed its season to Clergymen unhappy with CFL EDMONTON (CP) Sev- eral clergymen here say they are unhappy because the Grey Cup game is scheduled Sunday al a time that con- flicts with church services. The football game starts in Hamilton at 1 p.m. EST and will begin In the Mountain Standard Time zone at 11 a.m. Rev. J. Emmett Crough o[ St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church said the schedule was niuuo without "consideration to the rest of Canada." "I wonder if they showed any respect to the people in the West who want to go to church." Rev. L. E. Smith of Knox- Metropolitan United Church said "they should have con- sidered the whole country." Most clergymen agreed the game will harm church at- tendance. Rev. George Smith of Cen- tral Pentecostal Tabernacle said the time change has a definite effect Rev. Richard Darling of McLaurin Memorial Baptist Church said people must make their decision on prior- ities. "People will display their choice this Sunday." Father Crough said mem- bers of his congregation have three opportunities to attend mass Sunday "so attendance may not be that low." Give the present that gives little presents in a matter of seconds Polaroid 400 series cameras with Focused Flash Hie new Polaroid 400s feature a revolutionary new system thai controls the amount of light as you focus the camera. Gives you the convenience of 4 shot flashcubes. Your subject is always beautifully exposed with soft flattering light for close-ups and full power flash for 10 ft distance shots. Uses new GE Hi-Power cubes specially designed for this system and are more than twice as powerful than a standard flashcube. Prices start as low as 64 including flash. Polaroid Colorpack 80 Most compact color camera ever made by Polaroid, uses a new square format film that saves you as much as Same big bright image as before in color and black and white with a little less scenery. Electronic shutter and electric eye exposure control, a beautifully sharp lens and a built-in flash using 4 shot flashcubes. Jl% m Our price J W I Polaroid Land Type 88 Type 87 Type 108 Color Mm Ul.ick While For nil other color for Colorpack 80 dim lor ColorpnckSO pnck cameras Type 107 Black While film forolhcrpackciimcras j 379 459 2 49 GE HI-POWER CUBES 1 57 "Polnrold" Is the rogislcrcd trademark of Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. "Film comparison: x Bo sure to see the "Polaroid Girl" demonstrating these quality products Opon Daily 9 n-m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive tal to 40 goals arid 48 assists Martin's goal was his J9th an tied him with Jacques Lemair of Montreal Canadiens for th league lead. A crowd of at Ne York saw the Sabres, backed I; Ihe goallending of Eogar Cn zier, collect their first roar game victory after six losse and four tics away from Buf falo. Al. VasKiwjver, goalies E Dyck of the Canucks and Gille Villemure of the staged a duel for two period jefore Vancouver's Jocelyn Guevremont beat Villemure a the mark of the third ses sion. Glen Sather replied for th Rangers a minute later bu Bobby Lalonde again beat Ville- mure, and Dyck held off th Rangers the rest of the way stopping 31 shots throughout th game. In tonight's action, Bosto Bruins meet the Canadiens i Montreal, Toronto visits Pitts jurgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings take on the Black Hawks m Chicago, Atlanta Flame visit Minnesota North Star and, on the West Coast, St meets California Golden Seals and the Rangers face Lo Angeles Kings. Meanwhile Cleveland Crusac ers and Houston Aeros could de a fierce rivalry in thi Vorld Hockey Association il Heveland can take up the chal enge. The two teams met for the hird time this season Tuesday night and Houston won for the hird time, handijjg the Crusa- ders their third consecutive oss. The 3-1 score in favor o: Houston was the same as lasi iaturday when the Aeros beat Cleveland, the East Division eader. In other games Tuesday night, Quebec Nordiques de- eated Chicago Cougars 6-2, Ot- awa Nationals edged Min- lesota Fighting Saints 3-2, Win- ipeg Jets blanked Alberta Oil- rs 3-0 ant Philadelphia Blazers jeat Los Angeles Sharks 4-3. In tonight's only game, New England Whalers visit New fork Raiders. Frank Hughes, Jack Stanfleld nd Larry Lund scored for touston before a crowd of I Cleveland as the Aeros took an early 2-0 lead and hung on vith tight defensive play Jim Viste collected the lone Cleve- land goal. BUFPALO 7 N.Y. ISLANDERS Flrsl Period 1, Buffalo, Robert 10 (Terbenche) 1 Buffalo, Per- Murray Schoenfeld Malr Lavender Second Period 3. Buffalo, Luce d (Ramsay, Schoenfeldl 4. Is- landers, Blackburn 2 (Miller, Spencer) 5. Buffalo, Harris 2 (Meehan' i. Buffalo, Meehan 7 (Pratt, Harris) 7. Buffalo, Perreault 11 (Terbenche) Penalties Lavender major, Pralf double minor, Carricrc game misconduct Scho- enfeld Robllaffie Third Period 8, Buffalo, Marlir 19 (Perreaull, Alhlnson) 9. Is- landers, Hudson 4 (Gagnon, Harris) Penalties Lefley Smith Lavender, Mair, Pratt majorj, Roberl D9admarsh Shots on goal by Buffalo II 9 islanders u VANCOUVER t, N.Y. RANGERS 1 Firsl Period No scoring. Penally Second Period No scoring. Pen- alty Hadfleld Third Period 1. Vancouver, Guev- remonl 7 2. New York, Sather 2 (McGregor, Legge) 3. Vancouv- er, Lalonde 7 (Hargreaves, Boudrlas) Penally FaJrbalrn Shols on goal by New York U 4 Vancouver........ 7 7 U ST. LOUIS 4 TORONTO I Firsl Period 1, St. Louis, Lamp- man 1 (AlcCocd, SI. Marseille) 2. St. Louis, Murphy 7 {Egers, Un- ger> 3. Toronto, Keon 11 (Ke- hoe, Duperet 4. St. Louis, Egers" Hucic Sil- lier, Dupont majors Second Period 5. Sf. Louis, Ungar 9 (Murphy, Egers) 6 Toronto, McKrnny 3 (sillier, Kehoe) Penalties McKenny Plager sabourln Pelyk Eqers, Grisdale Third Period No scoring. Penal- lies Monahan R. Ploger Stints in goal by Toronto 11 St Louis 7 11-J1 Minor hockey The Bees and Imperials liad lo .settle for a 2-2 sialemate in Minor Hockey League action Tuesday. Randy Syrenne and Earl In- pirficld got one marker each for the Dees while Tony Simionl and Ed Parker replied for the Imperials. In another Midget encounter Barry Ontkean and John Wasi- leski got three goals apiece as (lie Lakers belted (lie Nation- als n-2. Doug Pitt and Shane Ilirsche added singles for the winners. Francois DeCoslc and Al Wilson accounted for the two Nationals' markers. In Bantam A play the Maplo won their fourth game of I ho yciir ns Terry Bailey scored Iwico in a 1-3 win over (he Maroons Kelly Lorenlz and Gordon Keith had scored once each for the while Hamsigc's handled the scoring for (he Maroons with Handy gelling two and Onrrcn one. Hob Odney fired In n second period gonl nnd gnvc the Mnr- lands n slim i-0 victory over I he Voyaguers in Poo Wco nc- Lion Tuesday night. CAPP f I DON'T LIKE IT. 'E'sN KICKED CfSARETTeS VAN' BOOZE ANV >NOW 'E'SGIVIN1 Bowling scores APRI BOWL BANTAM? Judy Maclean 163, charlene Barva 21, Bill Taylor 170j Walinda Hamilton 76, Greg Smith IBS, Michael Gerla '7, Don Tirordl Mark Grefiinger )1, Merlyen Bunnage 210, Pit Doyle AGT Linda AspesJet Mavis TuMIe 136, hrls Ell 235, Frank Tultle 340, Carole omulos 241, Del Homulw 235, Doug spesiel 230, Luciano Pizilngrlll 250 9nnls Kisio 749, Myron Ell 256. CIVIL SERVICE Betty LeBlonc 260, June Taylor 334, 7B7J, Bernlce Hay 242, Karlyn spllzer 45, Rla Tuk 3OT Lena Moore 46, Al Taylor 30S John Erlck- on 273 Blair Hurt 257, Andy 'Toole 237. X BANTAM BOYI "A" Civilian Todd Fisher 251; Rocky Terry 204; Allch Brown 1TO; Darin Chakl 182; rlan Kanewlscher 171; Parry Mc- onafd 169; Terry Hamilton 197; Ran- V Paskuskl 169; Floyd Moncrief 184; III Taylor 170. "B" DM.Ion Darren Swaren 1B9; Geof Paskuskl 78; Rod Krokosh 138; Gregory Schaf- er 134; Bruce Gray 124; Danny Nagy 21, Brian Brown 1JO; Derek Taylor 0. BANTAM GIRLS Lori Chakl 170; Kalhy Joevenaiio 03; Tracy 145; Sandra amilton 163; Carg Coulter Ui; Wen- ilhy McKay 156; Pam Shigehiro 58; Pam Virosler 230. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Doran Anderson 227; KJm Asquin S, Dave Henderson 238; Baden Pil- 13 234; Ron Grelzlnger 3B7, Peter arson 235; Brian Rossetll 227; Lori almarcnuk 228; Darcy Tamaycse 0; Brenda Christie 245; Nadlne Ku- acs 262; Kalie Pedrinl 213. CPR SOCIAL Janice Johnson 283 irma berg 247; Vi Anderson 250; Lena oore 341; Shirley Alexander- 349; rank Wough 276; Dennis Oberg Hall of Fame fficially opcu HAMILTON (CP) The Ca- adian Football Hall of Fame, project which took years from inception to com- etion, was officially opened uesday as painters applied fin- ding touches inside. Mayor Victor Copps, tur- unded by dignitaries here for unday's Grey Cup encounter stween Hamilton Tiger-Cats id Saskatchewan Roughriders, ace-kicked a football over a iniature goal post instead of tting a ribbon to open the structure. Bob Anderson Georgi Malchelt Jiii Fil Oberg !57 YOUNB ADULTI Bernle Pohl 335 Marvin Hlga 26J; Kim Kovacs 257; Darrell Lagler 273 Ken Kuril 312 Bren- ds Schmidt 253 Alana Brown 26B; Bev Passey 241; Linda Malcom- son 298 Lori Palmarchuk Adella Besseling 242. WILSON'! Dorolhy Sorensen 29B Walser 258, Helen Deal 273, Marg Malcomson 275 Voldene Dewar 269, Pat Plomp 25B, Marg Duff 268 Jen Heg] 264 Judy HOT- lacher 261, Corofe CrombeZ 263 C717J, Ros Atkinson 281. GORDIEI Bernle Bailey 361 Jack ImMd 326 Norman Gyulal 319 Norm Tolley 329 fnt Ttarwi Randy Wolstoncroft 317 Oary Tunbrldgi 303 Tom Adtms 293 Dan Flnnerty 295 John Rempel Lew Mills 291 SPEEDY'S Marg Smith 283 Slgrll Don- kin 297, Dnreen Wilson 295 [6801, Mary Onofrychuck 251, Jean Chrlslle 242, Jeon Koskoskl 245, Lorraine Klrchner 261, Jean Pasey 23B, Linda Erlendsen 237, Helen West Jeanelt! Smeed 246 (692X SIMPSONS-SEARS Helen Rosselli 263 Lavernft Block 251 Gail Gillie 232, Pat Marchak 230, Kay Mann 235, Herb El- lerman 226, Jim Vanderlee 284, Jack Unlerscher ?55, John 339, Ed Rosselll 239 Harold Brown new presideiil Harold Brown Is the new president of the Henderson Lake Golf Club for the 1973 season. Brown succeeds Dick Rempel. 'In addition to Brown, board members include vice presi- dent Jim Shigehiro and new members Logan Tail, John Bodnaruk and Bill Ponech Jr. All three will be in office [or a iwoyear term. Mel Duda and Roy Ully com- plete the executive as each one more year to serve. SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ;