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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, DKtmbtr 2, 1974 North Stars showing home, away just like Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde By THE CANADIAN PRESS "I can't figure out how a team can play so well at home and just die on the said Minnesota coach Jack Gordon after Chicago Black Hawks beat the North Stars 3-0 in a National Hockey League game Sunday. The victory put the Hawks back in second place in Divi- sion II, one point ahead of the North Stars. In other games Sunday, Philadelphia Flyers crushed Kansas City Scouts 10-0, Buf- falo Sabres beat Pittsburgh Penguins 6-3, California Seals topped Washington Capitals 5- 2, St. Louis Blues tied New York Rangers 4-4. Three clubs in trouble, Jets have been bought By THE CANADIAN PRESS Weather and front-office moves, or non-moves, domi- nated the World Hockey Association Sunday. Winnipeg Jets officially ob- tained a new owner in a pre- game ceremony and celebrated by defeating Quebec Nordiques 3-2. Ben Hatskin, former presi- dent and co-owner, handed over the league franchise to Bob Graham, new president and head of the group of Win- nipeg businessmen who organized a public fund- raising drive to purchase the team The Jets now become a non- profit community-owned team. In Toronto, the WHA club trustees ended their weekend meeting with the future of at least three franchises still clouded. The session was described by league president Dennis Murphy as a effort, but rumors persisted that Chicago Cougars are heading to Baltimore and that Indianapolis Racers will change ownership or be taken over by the league. The trustees also are reported to have taken measures to provide Michigan Stags with financial assistance if the team goes broke On the ice, Minnesota Fighting Saints edged Phoenix Roadrunners 4-3, Edmonton Oilers downed New England Whalers 8-4, Houston Aeros crushed Indianapolis 7-3, and Toronto Toros stopped San Diego Mariners 3-2. The Michigan-Crusaders' game was postponed when the Stags were unable to fly to Cleveland because of incle- ment weather. In Saturday's games, Cleve- land defeated Houston 5-4 and Chicago topped Minnesota 7-5. Indianapolis battled Houston to a 2-2 tie before letting up slightly in the se- cond period and suffering their llth straight loss, a WHA record. Stoke City on top, spending pays off Weekend scorers SUNDAY Kansas City 0 at Philadelphia 10 Philadelphia Lonsberry 2, Barber 2, Kndrachuk, Clarke, Schultz, Dupont, Clement, Dornhoefer. California 5 at Washington 2 California Hrechkosy 2, Moxey, J Stewart, Weir; Washington Marson, Dupere St. Louis 4 at New York Rangers 4 St. Louis Merrick, Unger, Lefley, Richardson; New York Rangers Gilbert 2, Marcotte, Vickers. Pittsburgh 3 at Buffalo 6 .Buffalo Robert 2, Luce, Ramsay, Dudley, Perreaalt, Pittsburgh Schock 2, Kelly. Minnesota 0 at Chicago 3 Chicago Mikita, Hull, Mulvey SATURDAY Buffalo 5 at Pittsburgh 5 Buffalo Robert 2, Gare 2, Ramsay, Pittsburgh Mac- donald, Arnason, Kelly, Stackhouse, Pronovost NY Islanders 0 at Vancouver 3 Vancouver Rochefort, Lalonde, Boddy. Washington 1 at Toronto 7 Washington Williams; Toronto Sittler 2, Keon, Hammarstrom, McDonald, Alexander, Flett. St. Louis 1 at Montreal 7 St. Louis Unger, Montreal Lafleur 2, Lambert, Mahovlich, Cour- noyer, Lemaire, Wilson. Chicago 3 at Minnesota 5 Chicago Boldirev, Wylie, Rota, Minnesota Dunlop, Goldsworthy, Boucha, Gibbs, Stanfield Detroit 1 at Kansas City 0 Detroit Dionne. Boston 0 at Los Angeles 2 Los Angeles Kozak, Berry. LONDON (Reuter) Stoke City's costly excursions into the transfer market continued to pay dividends Saturday when they moved to the top of the English Soccer League. Stoke, who have spent about in transfer fees this year, jumped from third to first place with a 1-0 win at home over Leicester City. Since spending on goalkeeper Peter faced his old club Leicester in Saturday's has collected five points from a possible six and holds a slender ad- vantage at the top of the First Division. They won with a goal four minutes from the end by Den- nis Smith as he got the ball past 19-year-old Leicester goalkeeper Carl Jayes, who otherwise made an im- pressive league debut. Manchester City lost its place at the top of the league when Malcolm MacDonald hit the winner for Newcastle after City's Rodney Marsh had cancelled out an earlier Newcastle goal by Pat Howard. Liverpool was restricted to a single point from a 1-1 draw with Coventry which left them without a victory in their last seven games Colin Stein put Coventry ahead from the penalty spot after 20 minutes but it was not until the second half that Eng- land forward Kevin Keegan was able to grab the equalizer for Liverpool. Ipswich increased Carlisle's relegation fears with a 3-1 vic- tory after taking the lead through Bryan Hamilton the second minute. Dave Johnson made it 2-0 before Les O'Neill pulled one back for Carlisle, but Mick Lambert wrapped it up for Ipswich eight minutes from the end. Everton was impressive in its 4-1 win at home to Bir- mingham despite the fact that striker Bob Latchford, back in action after missing six games through injury, failed to score against his former club. Everton took its unbeaten league run to 13 games with goals by Gary Jones, Martin Dobson, Mick Lyons and John Connelly. Dobson's goal was his first since he joined Ever- ton. West Ham's 2-0 success over Queen's Park Rangers moved them into contention for the championship on 23 behind the leaders. A header from Bill Jennings put Wast Ham ahead in the 31st minute and Graham Paddon hit the second 20 minutes from the end Controversial Rangers' striker Stan Bowles had his name taken "for kicking the ball at the referee. Luton's troubles continued with a 3-2 defeat at home to Burnley Peter Spring scored in his home debut for Luton but two goals by Ray Hankm and one from Leighton James gave Burnley victory. Luton, with only one win from 19 games, is firmly on the bottom of the league, four points behind Carlisle. Short In Saturday's games, Min- nesota beat Chicago 5-3, Los Angeles Kings blanked Boston Bruins 2-0, Detroit shut out Kansas City 1-0, Buffalo tied Pittsburgh 5-5, Toronto beat Washington 7-1, Montreal Canadians defeated St. Louis 7-1 and Vancouver Canucks blanked New York Islanders 3-0. Gordon didn't make any ex- cuses for his team's poor showing in Chicago. "After the first period we kind of he said. "I thought we had some chances later on, but nothing we did was right." At Detroit, officials had not decided on a date for resched- uling the game between the Leafs and the Red Wings. Flyers' coach Fred Shero is always looking for a new way to motivate his players. Sunday night, though, it was a little difficult to keep the fel- lows interested. The Flyers had a 9-0 lead over the Scouts entering the third period. "Believe it or not, it was a hard game to said Shero. "You've got to stop the players from going goofy." Bernie Parent picked up his fourth shutout of the year by stopping 22 Scouts' shots while Bobby Clarke scored once and set up four others to spearhead the rout. Rod Gilbert's second goal of the game came with 3-09 re- maining and brought the Rangers even for the third time in the contest. The tie maintained New York's home supremacy over St. Louis. Rene Robert made good on two of his chances and set up a third goal to lead the Sabres to their eighth straight game without a loss. California posted its first road victory since March 2 behind two goals by Dave Hrechkosy. "It's a relief to win on the road said California coach Marshal Johnston "It will definitely give the team a lift" SUNS' DON RENNER WORKS HARD IN GOAL-MOUTH SCRAMBLE Taber wins two on weekend sport Cash man has surgery BOSTON (AP) Left winger Wayne Cashman of Boston Bruins underwent sur- gery Saturday to repair a rup- tured disc in his back and will be out of National Hockey League play for six to eight weeks, the Bruins said "As far as we know right now, the operation was a suc- said Dr. James Huddleston, who performed the surgery "A disc in Wayne's back had ruptured and a piece had bro- ken off and was pressing up against a nerve, causing severe pain." The operation was on an area of Cashman's back that was injured in the 1972-73 season Cashman, a 29-year-old native of Kingston, Ont, has been sidelined for the last six games, but in 16 regular- season contests, he had five goals and 11 assists. He has scored 125 goals in 455 regular-season games YANKS BUY OLIVER NEW ORLEANS (AP) New York Yankees of baseball's American League announced Sunday they have acquired veteran first baseman Bob Oliver in a sale completed at baseball's winter meetings Oliver, 31, was sold to the Orioles late last season by California An- gels U.S. BEATS JAPAN HASHIMOTO, Japan (AFP) A nine-player United States team captained by Doug Sand- ers defeated a Japanese team strokes to in an international professional golf series completed Sunday The best eight scores on each team were counted in the team totals for each of the three rounds. A 54-hole total of 209 gave Japan's Teruo Sugihara the individual title. WINS AT MACAO MACAO (AFP) Australian Vern Schuppan led from start to finish to win the 21st Macao Grand Prix Sun- day. Schuppan finished with an average speed of 81 67 miles an hour in a Ford March 722, four laps ahead of David Purley of Great Britain. Maple Leafs get break, don't play DETROIT (AP) A snowstorm forced post- ponement of Sunday's National Hockey League game between Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Fed Wings. The Leafs made it to Olympia Stadium for the arena but snow ac- cumulating to nearly a foot stranded all but one of the Red Wings at home. Officials of the Detroit team said the game will be re- scheduled for a later date Taber Golden Suns took two games from the Red Deer Rustlers over the weekend in Alberta Junior Hockey League play at Taber. Saturday the Suns skated to a 7-3 win and Sunday they got four goals from Don Renner to pace them to a 10-8 victory. The Golden Suns held a 5-1 lead at the end of the first period Sunday, led 6-3 going into the last 20 minutes and clinched the decision late in the game after Red Deer had narrowed its deficit to 9-8 Rocky Saganiuk added two goals for Taber while singles came from Berme Syrenne, Darcy Vircstek, Bob Miller and Randy Joevenazzo. Rod Pimm had three goals, Darryl Sutter two and Terry Wittchen, Barry Lassiter and Kevin Joll one each for Red Deer. Red Deer took 10 of 18 minor penalties and was outshot 57- 45. The Rustlers were assessed one misconduct and Taber took one major penalty. On Saturday, the Suns, on the strength of three two-goal ef- forts, defeated the Rustlers 7-3 Taber outshot Red Deer 43-42 and held period leads of 5-1 and 6-1 m the contest, watched by about fans Chris McMasters, Darcy Virostek and Randy Joevenazzo each provided a pair while Tim O'Donnell added the other Taber goal. Barry Lassiter offered a pair of his own for Red Deer and Ralph MacLainepont added a single. Red Deer had nine of 17 minors while Tabertook a major, two 10-minute misconducts and a game misconduct. The Pass Red Devils tooks on the chin again over the weekend losing two games at Spruce Grove. Saturday they were swamped 11-1 and Sunday the Red Devils dropped a 9-3 game. Kelly Bunn scored three goals Sunday and Tony Lecuyer added two for the winners. Other goals came from Keith Hertz, who also had five assists, Barry Brown, Tony Currie and Vince Magnum. Terry Slonski, John Hawkins and George Buat replied for The Pass The Pass, which took nine of 17 minor penalties, had 25 shots on goal. The Red Devils were charged with two of three major penalties low. lore than evei RCMP off en University belted 13-5 RED DEER (Special) The Red Deer College Kings took a 6-0 lead in the first period and cruised to a 13-5 win over the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in Alberta College Athletic Conference action here Satur- day The Kings added another six goals to lead 12-1 after two periods before easing up in the final 20 minutes. Wilf Foord and Roy Anderson sparked the Red Deer attack with a pair of goals each. Rob Amatto, with two, Mike Weisgerber, Mike Holub, and Wally Tunow scored for Lethbridge, who were outshot 45-21 over the game ANDY CAPP If you ve ever considered a careei in law enforcement now s the rme to talk to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police The opportunities have never been greater For instance the RCMP is now accepting applications from both men and women married and single And the salary scale has mneased considerably It now starts atS10794 per year with regular increases to S14 150 inthcf'rst four years If accepted as a member of the Force >ou II receive intensive training in all aspects of police worK such as law investigate first aid and community relations Then you II be posted to a detachment where there s every chance to out your knowledge and talents to work to earn promotion and equally 'mportani be proud of what you re doing for yourself and tor Canada as a member of one of the finest police forceb in the world So if you re a Canadian 18 or over in good physical condition and have :ompielrjd Grade 11 or equivalent think about a career with the RCMP Call or write your nearest office or use the coupon Wed like to tell you more care SOU SAID WERE SHOPPINT-8UT I BETTOU'VEy f SEEN TO ftlNSO AGAIN It-l '6 DOESN'T WHERE 'E-S KEPT, 50 LONG AS 'E'S The RCMP... it could be for you. 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