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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Fildoy, Oclob.r I, 1971 THE IETHBRIBGE HFHA1D -18 Black Hawks shake recent slump Canucks finally fall in exhibition Rookie Richard Martin, a 71- By THE CANADIAN PRESS Vancouver Canucks suffered their first defeat in eight National Hockey League exhibition games Thursday night when they fell 5-4 to Chicago Black Hawks in Vancouver. It was the first victory for the Hawks in five starts. They have lost two and tied two. Toronto Maple Leafs and North Stars struggled to a 1-1 tie in Toronto, Buffalo Sabres whipped Pittsburgh Penguins C-2 in North Bay, Ont, and Philadelphia Flyers downed St. Louis Blues 3-1 in Philadelphia. The Hawks exploded for three goals in the third period to win. Lou Angctti netted the tying and winning goals for Martin Jerry Korao ana Chico Maki added a goal each. Murray Hall provided two goals for the Canucks, with Mike Corrigan and Wayne Maki contributing one each. Angotti's goals came 23 seconds apart. Tony Esposito tended goal for the Hawks, while Dune Wilson and George Gardner shared net duties for the scorer with Montreal Cana-diens of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A series las' season, sparked the Sabres with two goals. Both came in the first period and Buffalo went ahead 6-0 before the Penguins scored. Gil Perreault, Eddie Shack Reg Fleming and Don Luce also scored for the Sabres. Hockey Hounds formed Sugar Kings' roster at 14 fhe Lethbridge Sugar Kings roster jumped to 14 as five more players came to terms for the 1971 72 Alberta Junior Hockey League season. Two goalies arid three de- fencemen were included in the five, as the Kings lie nine days away from their season opener. The Kings will open their 1971-72 season October 9 against the Maple Leafs in Edmonton. Phil Wandler and Warner Crawford will possibly share the netminding duties for this season. Waisdler was the King's back- up goalie last year behind John Davidson, who currently has a chance to make the Calgary Centennials of the Western Can- ada Major Junior Hockey League. Crawford, a 17 year old goal- tender from Grand Central, Al- berta played with the Calgary Centennials as a back-up goalie to Ed Dyck. The Kings picked on the Vul- can Centennials again, signing Terry McFaul for this season. McFaul, a native of Calgary carries 160 pounds on a 5'7" frame. The King's fans will be able to see another Chalmers in the line-up this season with the ac- quisition of Marshall, brother of Len Chalmers who gradu- ated to hisher ranks thus sea- son. 'Marshall, a 16 year old de- fenceman stands 5'11" and weighs 160 pounds. Ken Wilson, the third de- fenseman to be signed is a na- tive of Landis, Saskatchewan. Last season Wilson toiled with the St. Thomas College in North Battleford where he completed his grade 12. Earlier, the Kings had signed Ken Dodd, Terry Tarnow, Mike Clarke, Richard Lalonde, Rich- ard Austin, Wayne Morin, Chris McMasters, Neil Lysing and Richard Shinske. The Sugar Kings will get their first taste of action Sunday as they take on the Vulcan Cen- BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Used Skates Are SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. 9m EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE WILL TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKEY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE CCM COMET Hockey Sticks List rriio 2.20 CLEARANCE EACH loll of tope with every stick. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 91.3 3nJ Ave, 3. Phono 327-3221 Open Thvri. Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." ennials at 7 p.ra. :ms Ice Centre. A great deal of interest, on it the the Lethbridge Hockey Hounds, not to be mistaken as a Canine Corp, was organized >ehalf of the Sugar Kings, is rang shown outside of the game of hockey itself. The formation of two groups s fast becoming reality and be Kings can only benefit from hem both. At an informal gathering re- yith Rex Johnson as president and Elaine Spackman as sec- retary-treasurer. The Hounds basically will look after all promotions for the Lethbridge Sugar Kings with the sole purpose of pro- moting hockey in the city their objective. ANDY CAPP BACKBONE; THAT'S WHAT'S UACKIN' TODAY-THE COURAGE T SPENOCASH.' BUSINESS STILL IT'S THE SAME ALL OVER, PERM EVERYONE'S HANGIN' ON TO THEIR MONEV LOVELV COUPLE.' SHE PUTS UP THE CASH AN' 'E PUTS UP THE COURAGE During the course of the sea- on fund raising projects will handled by the Hounds in he hope of being of some help a the Kings this season. At present the Sugar Kings are without a rink and ex- icnses are piling up. "We will definitely need some inancial help for the early iart ol the said man- iger Syd Hall. Another club, the (Executive Club, is also in the formative ilages. This club will be a group of no more than 200 and no less han 150 fans willing to offer inancial support to the Kings with a chance at winning 100. A membership in the club entitles the holder to partici- late in the monthly draw for 1250. The draw will be made it the end of each month for .2 consecutive months. The irst draw is set for Oct. 31 with the winner each month leing returned to the draw bar- rel making him eligible for the Mlowing month's draw. Membership in the club has jeen set at and may be jaid in one lump sum, or lost dated cheques, made out '.or the 20th of each month. Each member is entitled to aanquet at the end of the 12- month period, Sept. 30th, 1972. Anyone interested can con- tact Harry Swan at 328-8187 or 328-6549 or John Kobal at 328- 8702. Short sport CLOSE VICTORY EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Monarchs of the Al- aerta Hockey League, led by tlie four-goal performance of Bill Schur, defeated Edmonton Movers of the Alberta Junior League 9-8 Thursday night in an exhibition game. Laurent Gisenette, Peter Skrabyk and Bob Bidney each scored twice for the Movers while single goals came from Ken LeLacheur and Jim Mil- ler. in his eighth National Football League season. Onkotz, in his second year, has been sidelined by a broken leg he suffered last OLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Ar autopsy Thursday revealed thai 16-year-old high school foot- ball player died of a broken neck after being tackled in B lunior varsity football game near Columbia Wednesday JETS NAB HINTON NEW YORK (AP) New York Jets acquired defensive tackle Chuck Hinton from Pitts- burgh Steelers Thursday for linebacker Dennis Onkotz. Hinton, 6-foot-5, 264 pounds Is Figure skaters prepare The 1971-72 season for the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club is fast approacliing and currently the club is holding practices when ice is available Two professionals will direct the local club this year. Sonja Davis returns for her third year with the club while Dan Dorohoy will join Miss Da- vis in his initial year. Miss Davis guided the club through a most successful year last season wilh the produc- tion of the Nutcracker Suite the highlight. A native of Toronto, Miss Da- vis has taught in eastern and western Canada and is a fat1 ulty member of the Banff School of Fine Arts Skatin, School during the summer months. In her wovk nt the Banff School Miss Davis works with such skating notables as Don- ald. Jackson and Osborne Col son. Dorohoy, on the other hand, lias bom leaching in Dawson Creek, B.C. since receiving his training in Edmonton. He is no stranger to competition iiaving Inkon pail in regional, provin- cial and Canadian champion- ships over the past few yenrs. The club is looking for new members. Anyone interested can register for tho coming year between to and 12 noon Saturday K> th" Civic Iro Cen- tre. Greg Polls and Rene Hobert counted for the Penguins. Brian Spencer's power-play goal early in the third period bailed the Leafs out before fans in Toronto. Jean-Paul Parise gave the North Stars a 1-0 lead in the first period, seconds after left winger Denis Dupere had re- turned to the ice after serving a hooking penalty. GUMP GOES ALL WAY Gump Worsley played the en- game for the North Stars, s did Bernie Parent for the jeafs. Barclay Hager opened the coring for the Blues early in he first period and then they ibsided. Larry Mickey tied the ore in the second. Bill Lesuk t Flyers ahead with a slap hot in the third and Grarry Dornhoefer added the clincher lear the end of the game. Meanwhile, in Boston, Tom fohnson was cracking his caching whip over the Bruins. He presided over morning and ftemoon workouts and re- o r t e d later: "There is a change for the better in both ittitude and play." VORKS THEM HARD Unhappy with the team's pre- ;eason have von three games and lost three has been working his men hard. "If a player is in condition the wo-a-day workouts won't hurt he said. "If he isn't in condition, he soon will be." However, Bruins are hurting :nd defenceman Ted Green will not play in either of the two veekend games against Mont- Canadiens. He has a pulled groin muscle. Winger Ken Hodge is recover- ing from an arm injury. Eddie Westfall will replace him on a ine with Phil Esposito and Wayne Cashman, for the games tonight and Saturday. Minor hockey Saturday marks the end of registrations in the Lethbridge Minor Ho.lkey Association. According to one official o the local group there is stil room in each division of the association for more players but they have until Saturda; to decide. Registrations will be taken all day Saturday at Adam Ice Centre for Pee Wee, Ban tarn. Midget and Juvenile. The association will closi registrations Saturday in orde to make plans for the comin PROFESSIONALS AT WORK Sonja Davis and Dan Dorohoy will share profession- al duties this winter for the Lethbridge Figure Skoiing Club. Miss Davis has been with the club for three years. For Dorohoy it will mark his first season wilh the locals._______ McCONACHIE APPOINTED OTTAWA (CP) John Mc- Conachie of Montreal has been appointed assistant executive director of the Canadian Inter- collegiate Athletic Union, it was announced Thursday. Formerly athletic business manager at Montreal's Loyola College, Mr. MeConachie will take charge of the union's pub- lic relations and promotion. ALL NEW at CAMM'S LOAFERS Popular new styles for ihe young at heart. Sabo strap in Croco finish Croco finish slip on in antique brown or black. New high front slip on In French calf with leather soles and O'Sullivan heels. New 2 tone brown and black. ENTER THE "Come Fly With Me" JARMAN CONTEST Details in our Store CAMM'S 403 5th St. S. SHOES RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS Corner .5th 4th Street 5. You Are Cordially Invited to Attend the LOUIS SCHIKOWSKY Owner and Operator TRAVEltW SALES AND I FEATURING TRUCK CAMPERS Tn 814 2nd Ave, S. TRAVEL TRAILERS DONUIS ROOT BEER Will bo icrvcd by our Hoslessoi 'byPRFBUUT mm -FULLY CSA APPROVED SPECIAL DISCOUNTS WILL BE OFFERED ON ALL MODELS THE COMPLETE SKIPPER LINE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd illCIf! ifLU Li SALES KM JiiH Soiit LETHBRIDGE Phono 327-4064 ;