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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -Wednesday, October 16, 1974 President Ford, Brad Park have lot in common New Ranger captain has tough job on his hands By STAN FISCHLER, Herald Hockey Columnist On August 9, 1974 Richard Nixon was replaced by Gerald Ford as captain of the U.S. of A. At the same time on the same day the New York Rangers sent telegrams to ambassadors in the hockey world that they, too, were making a big change in boss men. Brad Park, a guy who has been called "Huckleberry Finn on replaced Vic Hadfield as captain of the Broadway Blueshirts. To frustrated Rangers' fans, the transfer of power had the same cleansing effect as the crowning of Gerald Ford. Like Park, Hadfield has been called a lot of things but, lately, few of them have been nice. When he walked out on Team Canada in 1972, Vic was called a quitter. In his last days with New York he was called a fat-cat. These were among the more pleasant descriptions. Hadfields's performance as leader of the Rangers was something less than inspirational. During the final minutes of the final game of the New York Philadelphia Stanley Cup semi-final last spring an NBC-TV camera caught Hadfield smiling in the penalty box as his exhausted team- mates were about to be wiped out of the playoffs. When Madison Square Garden brass got wind of Hadfield's Academy Award effort, they requested the TV film, replayed the final moments, and left the screening room in a suitable state of fury. Within moments the word was out Hadfield must go! And he to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Which, of course, is Pittsburgh's problem, not yours. As for Park, he suddendly faced the same brand of overwhelming problems in his icy sphere as Gerald Ford en- countered the day he walked into the White House. Brad's Rangers had been disgraced. One of his team-mates, Steve Vickers actually had labelled the team a bunch of "chokers." They have not won The Stanley Cup since 1940 and they appeared desperate when they signed Derek Sanderson, a man whom Park, himself, had personally withered in his autobiography, "Play The Man." Somehow it felt as though Richard Nixon had been working all these years for the. Rangers. i Thus, the change from Hadfield to Park was, as much a tonic to Ranger-followers as Ford's arrival at the White House was to the American electorate. Only 26 years old, Brad has that "I cannot tell a lie" look about him and a vitality that comes partly from youth, partly from confidence and partly from genes. It all was evident at a recent gathering with the press. He didn't fib about his past volleys at Sanderson. "Any change that'll help my said Park, "is a change that I like. I admit Derek never was one of my favorite people. But he's a fighter and a good hockey player. I welcome him." For the past few years the Rangers have been accused of giving less than 100 per cent. It has been said that they've made so much money on their regular season contracts that they didn't need the playoff money. "I don't give a damn about the countered Park. "I just want to win The Stanley Cup." That's not exactly the most original line in the world, but give Park credit, he put his money where his mouth is. He promised he'd deliver the playoff bonus to charity if the Rangers won the 1974 Cup. When they failed, he turned over a contribution nonetheless. "I gave some to the Big he said, "and some to the North Shore Hospital on Long Island that saved my son, Robby, who was very sick last spring." Such gestures have been a tonic to the Rangers; a much- maligned club heavily in need of a boost. said team- mate Ed Giacomin, "really went out on a limb. He erased the dollar signs on us." But Park will have to do more than that, and he knows it. Despite their payroll, the Rangers have done nothing to convince fans they're worth that kind of dough. As the Rangers' highest salaried player at an estimated a season, Park's All-Star.credentials are not enough to satisfy a fan paying a ticket. "We've been Park allowed, "and some of the criticism has hurt. But what hurts more is the fact that we don't have The Stanley Cup on display in New York." Perhaps if Gerald Ford can straighten out the United States, Brad Park can help win a Stanley Cup for the Rangers. It's a long shot, to be sure. But, then again, who would have figured a year ago that Ford would be president or Park, at 26, would be captain of the Rangers. Congratulations The people of Coal dale and district can be justly proud of your newly expanded Co-Op Outlet. It's a tribute to their patronage that Southern Alberta Co-Op now has the added convenience of a Farm Home Supply Centre with larger premises and added customer services. Retail Co-Ops are on the move, and your community is growing with them. FEDERAL CO-OPERATIVES LIMf CALGARY, EDMONTON, SASKATOON, REGINA, VANCOUVER, WINNIPEG Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Cyril Miron 250; Walter Baker 238; Norah Hofforth 227; Bill Jensen 258; Harry Long 229; Melba Hocking 211; Jack Stacey. 225; Mary Ward 275 Val Bell 224; Matt Bernhart 219; Alf Bell 219. C40C Frank Bernhart 291 Reg Ar- nold 281 Brian Campbell 279; Rudy .Van Ryan 277; Bern Carrier 278; Jock Mulgrew 274 Wendy Thompson 264; Kathy Mueller 250 Grace McPike 249; Kay Davison 257 Alice Gier 255. CFCN CLASSIC TRIPLES Ed Henderson 348 Ken King 336 Bob Costanzo 324 Marv Higa 308 Darwin Ro- manchuk 309 Abbey Weber 307 Karlyn Spitzer 289 Sam Girardi 335 Alice Kolibas 286 Jack Smeed 319 Ken Larson 363 CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Elfrieda Wiens 267 Lydia Geworksy 292 Marg Legge 252: Cynthia Milligan 257 Myrna Kurina 256 Sharon Davidson 254; Heather Kennedy 263; Donna Wiebe 260; Gail Lewicki 314 Liz Higo 242; Marilyn Saunders 242. ONE HOUR MARTENIZING Masa Goshinmon 258 Isabel Orsten 255 Pat Henderson 270; Mary Thompson 250; Judy Hotlacher 253; Joan Siebel 258; Pat Leclaire 256; Mary Poche; Mary Mihalik 237; Jean Burt 254. GREEN'S SHOES Jean Koskoski 274; Bill Koskoski 329 Eleanor Dorigatti 256 Cec Beaudry 294 Kalie Pedrini 285 Jean Christie 279 Hugh Christie 294 Helen Wilson 268; Norm Tolley 313 Bill Hamilton 266 Ray MacDonald 262 Dennis Hanzel 268 Tom Baker 286 John Rempel 320 J.C.C.A. _ Nish Chaki 240: Marty Shigehiro 271; Jim Miyauchi 246; Gordie Tanaka 266; Mas Shigehiro 254; Sandy Shigehiro 251; Shig Goshinmon 301 Marie Hiroshima 256; Sum! Medoruma 260; Ken Kamitomo 311 Shinob Tanaka 290 Betty Tomiyama 257 Wimp Nakamura 254. Y.C.B. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kolibas 183, Barbie Costanzo 138, Dianne Vaselenak 187, Naomi Tinsley 143, Betty Anne Pitt 132, Paula Jennings 124, Charmen McKillop 157, Trina Johnson 118. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Victor Hrycyk 254, Brian Kolibas 186, Randy Tremel 153, Kirby Nishikawa 166, Ross Andreachuk 145, Robbie Thompson 137. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Floyd Moncrieff 230. Malinda Hamilton 218, Randy Teichroeb 209, Judy Rapuano 216, Valerie Wallace 200, Kendra Harding 224. HOLIDAY INN SOCIAL Hank Berry 263, Brenda McPherson 221, Ian McPherson 200. CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Kay Wheeler 244; Marg Look 240; Marj Bodnaruk 240; Sandra Hunt 314 Eileen Matteoti 233: Mary Wishnevski 299 Marlene Prascach 250; Eva Benis 309 Ann Reed 256 Evelyn Olden- burger 235: Gate Pedersen 261 SUNDOUIST Mary Roberts 236; Fran Harris 300; Jane Smyke 223; Kathy Clements 251; Pat Plomp 240 Mabel Wiggill 240; Dot Sorenson 220; Janet Koole 228; Doris Wickers 224; Fran- cis Bambrick 256. SENIOR CITIZENS Scotty Muir 266; Phyllis Patching 267; Will Ness 230; Ed Linn 243. THURSDAY MIXED Geo Matchett 319 Norm Gyulai 316 Tom Snow 242; Don Crabb 237; Ken Mack 262; Doreen Stotyn 237; Carol Hamilton 239; Burga Fettig 231; Sal Doucette 220; Elaine Nishyima 226. BANKERS LEAGUE Arlene Bartosek 240; Wendy Sera 224; Morley Richardson 255; Gerry Mann 257; Vic Bawel 273; Colleen Pankonin 222; Iva Harris 276; Wally Ford 296; Bob Harris 260; Mabel McFadden 211. ASSORTED HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS Pails, Laundry Baskets Dishpans, Tubs, etc. 49 S300 in Door Prizes No Purchase Necessary! GRAND PRIZE Man's 10 Speed BIKE Armstrong Rainbow CARPET Level Loop, Foam Back 4 75 SHORT SHAG CARPET Only, sq. yd............... Save 5% to 20% On Ml Purchases of Regular Priced Merchandise 7% OZ. COVERED Factory Rap- will be present Oct. 17 to 4x8SMs Choice of 9 Patterns SELF STORING WOOD COMBINATION any questions you may nave regarding paint or ;