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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Dicembtf 7, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 1J, Rams lose by three in filial honors to Kremlin TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Kremlin, Mont. Foxes won the fourth annual LCI Invitational Saturday evening with a 58-55 win over LCI Rams in the final of the two- day event. The champions are front row, left to right, manager Kirk Johnson, Craig Berg, Vosen, Ray Wer- below, and Andy Otteson. Middle row, left to right, Gordon Ford, Daryl Johnson, most valuable player in the tournament, Cal Haugen, and Gary Callies. Back row, left to right, coach Bob Parsley, Mike Gomle, Dave Polling- ton, Pat Werbelow, Ken Pollington and coach Rick Davy. Rookies impressive on three j the Kings and Mickey Girar and John Laskoski, both of th r Rustlers, were handed major for fighting. 3 Dale Kenwood made 3 saves for Hed Deer while John Davidson blocked 26 in th Sugar King nets. f Saturday night a pair rookies led tho way as Andreachuk and Ken Dod< scored twice each. Paskusk also notched a pair of goals for the Kings. Bob Cutler, and Jim Miller replied for the Movers. Kings ted 2-0 after the first period on goals by Andreachuk and Dodd. Miller put the Movers on the seoresheet early in the second period before Paskusld notched his first marker of Hie game. Cutler narrowed the gap to 3-2 at the mark of the middle session but the Movers were blanked from there on in. Pas-kuski, Andreachuk and Dod( added their second goals in a Sugar King dominated third period. Brian Banks was outstanding in goal for the Movers as he stopped 41 shots. Davidson was called on to make 24. Seven of 12 penalties went to the visitors as each club picked up a major. Lannie McDonald of Lethbridge and Greg Wolansky cooled their heels with major penalties. Kings are in Edmonton this weekend to meet the Movers Saturday and the Maple Leafs Sunday. Sunday the Movers outscored the Cougars 4-1 in the final period to earn a 5-5 tie. Mel Gushattey scored two for the Movers and Ross Darros, Gord Gamble and Doug Clark got the others. Calgary goals came from Col-home, with two, Hunter, Brian Smith and Pollock. In Calgary Saturday, Rustlers dominated Calgary Cougars for the most part and went on to win 7-5. Doug Stumpf paced the Rustlers with two goals while Mickey Girard, Wayne Seville, Brian Ogilvie, Larry McDougal anc Terry Wedderburn rounded out the tally. Darell Goss scored twice to pace the luckless Cougars with single goals coming from Howie Colborne, Ian Hunter and A! Pollock. Meanwhile Ray Bamsley anc Marcel Comeau each scored twice to give Ponoka Stamped-ers a 4-3 win over Edmontor Maple Leafs in a penalty-filled game Saturday night in Ponoka. Comeau's second goal after 20 seconds of the third period was the clincher. Kings Lethbridge Sugar Kings moved to within two points o first place over the weekend as they earned three of a possible four points in A 1 b e r t a Junior Hockey League action Sugar Kings, in the friendly confines of the Arena, belted Edmonton Movers 6-2 Satur day evening and then battlec Red Deer Rustlers to a 3-3 stalemate Sunday afternoon. A gathering of Sunday saw Lanny McDonald anc Randy Andreachuk give the locals a 2-1 first period lead Brian Ogilvie scored for the Rustlers. Terry Wedderburn tied the game midway through the second period before Alex pick u gave the Kings the lead ona more. Leo McDougal accounted fo the only marker in the thin period earning the Rustlers th tie. Bed Deer took 11 of 18 penalties whistled down. Jim Dam bergsr and Gary Paskusld out a vi By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Write So now Daryle Lamonica i playing the role of Mirael Worker for Oakland's Minute men, pulling a football gam out of the air. But you'd probably know tha the old master, George Blanda had a hand in it. Blanda came off the bench in typical fashion to revive listles Oakland with a touchdown pass then Lamonica threw a scoring strike at the last second to give the Raiders an unbelievable 14 13 National Football League vie tory over New York Jets Sun day. "God's on our sai< Blanda, pro football's most fa mous backup quarterback will a string of single-handed saves this year. You'd have to believe his pulls ictory nouncement after Warren Wells latched on to Lamonica's 33-yar der in traffic and carried it in for the winning score. The victory kept Oakland tiet with Kansas City Chiefs, a IrH) conqueror of Denver Broncos in the American Conference's tigh Western Division tangle. Bot have 7-3-2 records and will mee next Saturday in a showdown battle. Other Sunday results did littl to settle the other division fights, either. KACE WIDE OPEN The National Conference Eas was thrown wide open after th New York Giants trimmed But falo Bills 20-6, Dallas Cowboy crushed Washington Redskins 34-0 and leading St. Louis Card fell to Detroit Lions 16-3. The Cards, 8-3-1, lead that struggle by a half-game over the Giants and Cowboys, both M. The Cards and Giants try to settle matters in a match nex Sunday. Los Angeles Rams rippe< New Orleans Saints 34-16 and stayed even with San Francisco '49ers, who were 24-20 winners over Atlanta Falcons in the NFC West. Both have 8-3-1 marks. Baltimore Colts, 9-2-1, stubbornly clutched a 1% game margin in the AFC East over Miami Dolphins after slapping Philadelphia Eagles 29-10 Miami. 8-4, outlasted Boston Patriots 37-20. Cincinnati Bengals, 6-6, won their fifth straight by beating San Diego Chargers 17-14 anc pulled into a half-game lead in tiie AFC Central Division. Tourney In A Nutshell TRAIL SO, CALGARY Trail Limbert, Karpoff, Gualiel-mtn 5, Picone 15, Dolg, Babcack 6, Withers 5, trcandia 15, Marcon 4, Schleppe, Frew. Calgary Stevens 4, Walcott 1, Gibbons, Ford 2, Wood 8, McGuinness 8, Harris 13, Raiih, Johnson, Chugg, White, Copeland 13. MAGRATH 54, TRAIL 52 MAGRATH S. Leishman 5, Pono-mar 2, C, Leishman 15, Gurney, Ham-Iton 18, Newton 4, Scoirt, Rollinoson tf, Rlrte 4. TRAIL Limbert, Karpoff, Gugllel-mtn 4, Picone IP, Dolq, Babcock 6, Withers 8, Ircandia 10, Marcon 5, Schleppe, Frew. LETHBRIDGE 51, RAYMOND 43 Lethbrldgd Korth 4, Howes, Jones 7, Stephure, Taylor, Haslam, Slubbs, Andreachuk, Balrd 6, Nugent 4, Mos-ny 21, Thomson 9. Raymond Smith 7, Grunlngcr, Jen-inn 3, Nalder, Jasluklewtcz, Court 2, Williams 10, Depew, Fairbanks 20, Zo bell 1. RAYMOND EDMONTON 4? Raymond Smith 6, Grunfnger, Jensen, JasiuKIowicz 3, Nalder 4, Court 8, Williams U, Depew 4, Fair-banks 19, Zobell 5. Edmonton Nlcholls 77, Melny-ehuk, Monclnl, Magce, Kunyk 74, Katz, O'Brtan 4, Fairbanks, J, Panteluk 76. KREMLIN sa, LETHBRIDGE 55 Kremlin P. Werbelow, Haugen, tallies, Gomlc, D. Pollington, Vosen 13, K. Pollington, Berg 2, R. Werbe-ow 6, Johnson 15, Ofteson 22. Lethbridge Korth 4, Howes, Jones 7, Stepfiure, Taylor, Haslam 8, Stubbs, Andreachuk, Balrd 4, Nugent 12, Mossey U, Thomson 6. MASRATH 70, REGINA Regina C. Storev 2, Wihak 17, Laffler 4, Pascus 10, Ford 3, Chase 1, R. Storey 2, Kralt 2, Chadwick 2, Maver, Brooks. Maorath S. Leishman 13, Pono-mar 7, C. Leishman 4, Gurney, Hamilton 21, Newton 4, Scout 8, Rolilngson Rlrlt receive shellacking Bassano was not a hospitable host club as they blasted the visiting Lethbridge Elks 7-1 over the weekend. L. Schiebner rammed in four goals for Bassano while W. Jeorge, D. Herlih, and G. managed a goal apiece. For the Elks Marty Maxwell averted a shoutout with his marker coming in the second DEMY'S Norndon with two goals and Dale Bowler with one. Juivei wins crown Milk River Jet-Setters won lie Alberta "A" high school volleyball championship over lie weekend in Edmonton. Milk River, competing against schools of 750 enrolment and over defeated Calgary Crescent Heights 15-11, 1-15 and 15-3 in the best-of-liree final for the provincial crown, The new champions belted Edmonton Jasper Place in the semi-finals to gain a berth in the final. Jasper Place were defending Alberta champions. Rev. Dave Hewlett coached the out, most after a fracas midway through the third period that erupted after Gary Kokolski of Edmonton and Lee Whitford of Ponoka exchanged punches on the ice. Summaries SUGAR KINGS MOVERS J i. Lcth. Androachuk Dodd) 2, Leth. Dodd (McCrea) Penalties Krook Barros McDonald, Wolansky (majors) :04, Chalmers OF GOOD USED CARS OP328A 1969 MERCURY MONTEGO Two door hardtop. Radio, automatic transmission, V-8 motor, power steering, power brakes. IP5A 1969 FORD GAtAXft Two door hardtop. V-8, radio, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes. OP16A 1966 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 300 SEDAN 4 door sedan, air conditioned, flj 1 Clark) 4. Leth. Pas-uskf {McDonald) 5. Edm. Cuter, Penalties Wlansky Mukh, Third period 6. Lcth. PaskuskI Robertson, Chalmers) 7. Uth, Dodd (Andreachulo 8. Leth. An-reachuk (Dodd, McCrea) Penalties Miller Sidney Mc-Laughlin Paskuski, Tytchuk minors) UGAR KINGS 3, RUSTLERS 3 First J. Leth. Macdonald Mutch) 2. Red Deer, Oqilvie (Lin-kog, Lasoski) 3. Loth. Andreachuk George) Penalties Damberg-r, Glrard (majors) Damberger, OCM35B 1966 METEOR SEDAN V-8 molor, radio, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes. dAQft Beny'i Action Price 1 TRADES ACCEPTED CONVENIENT GMAC ifOU ALWAYS GET A BETTER BUY (minors) Koqlw minors Laskoski Rob- 1 DLN YOLDSMOBILE SSil page Second period A. Red Deer, Wed-crburn (Golnq, Sinkpola) 5. eth. Koglor (McDonald) Pen. Ities Girard Sovill :rninor, misconduct) Rcseh Lasoski, Paskuskl (majors) Third period Red Deer Me-ousa!