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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD December 170 Potts lias big niglil for Penguins Canucks hand Rangers setback TEAMWORK Defencemen Barry Wilkins and Dale Tallon come to the aid of Vancouver Canucks goalie Charlie Hodge as Ranger captain Bob Nevin tries to get the Canucks beat New York 41 in Tuesdays game af Its all a mistake says star ains LOS ANGELES AP Co medianactor Bill the frustrated football never misses a Los Angeles Rams game and never fails to get more boos than the op It says the former Temple University bench warmer of the razzing he gets each But he explains its ail a mistake I really do root for the I just stand on the other side to see standing where he it might be a little dangerous to root noticeably for Ills Cosby explained that he Williams may quit hockey MINNEAPOLIS AP Tom m y Minnesota Ncrth Stiiis says he is considering retiring for this Na tional Hockey League If my mental attitude doesnt said 1 plan to talk to Walter Bush and Wren Blair about retiring for the W i 11 i a m s wife died last Ive got five kids to take care one a year and a half that is still in dia said All I have left in tills world is my kids and Im not going to do anything that will hurt their fu has two goals and seven assists in 16 games this The native scored 15 goals and 52 likes the sound of Mtting and Standing on the side lines is the only way of being close to where the action But he says he cant see any thing from the Rams side of the Id watch from the Rams side except you cant see any thing from our side because OPENS WITH WIN TORONTO CP Hec Ger the gentle giant from Ed opened the CBCTVs double knockout champion ship clUling tournament Tues clay with a 92 win over Tom Toil of Thunder In other opening round Canadian champion Don Duguid skipped his Winni1 peg rink to a 97 win over Ron j Northcott of Calgary while the days major upset saw Hap Mabey of trim Merv Mann of Saskatoon STOPS PAEZ LONDON AP Joe Bug 21yearold golden boy of British heavyweight stopped Argentine Miguel Paez in the third round of a sched uled 10rounder here Tuesday hailed by Britons as a man likely to trouble the best heavyweights in the w o r 1 weighed P a e z 196 The Argentine suffered a nose cut that looked about two inches long before he referee stopped the light at of the third Fort Worth of the Central League Tuesday to replace in jured goalie Roy the Wings regular will be lost to the team for three to four weeks due to a hairline skull fracture suffered in a weekend SCORES WINNER AP Kansas City Blues rallied from an early threegoal deficit to edge Tulsa Oilers 43 in a Central Hockey League game Tuesday Defenceman Jack Taggart got the winning goal on a 50foot screen shot midway in the final GAMES UNDER WAY BANGKOK AP Tile sixth Asian Games got under way today with a parade by marches by irasscd military a performance by several hundred dancing girls and something less than a A disappointing openingday crowd of some people filled less than twothirds of the seats in the main stadium to hear Thailands King Bhumipol declare the Games officially Organizers attributed the poor turnout to the fact that the Rams have so much spiril they never sit Theyre always on their yelling and shouting and getting in the Then there are the Every time you lean one way or the wham a camera hits you in the So I go to the other side of the Its But its not TREATED LIKE TRAITOR Bill is treated like Benedicl ArnoM by the Nexl theyll be throwing he The other day he took two friends Jack Lemmon and Anthony the He huddled with them before going on to the field of bat explaining how to avoid lha wrath of the 250pound men in front of none of them likely to be Los An geles iirst you gotta be said Rule 1 is that if the Rams do something you dont You play it like the cat who get hdt in the mouth with the milk You smile but the agony shows Rule 2 is that if the ing team you dont say Yen And you never jump up and down when the visiting team is And you say Dtrn when the Rams You keep your real feelings all when the Rams have won you walk up the out of sight from everyone and you start danc ing and You yell Ccsbys acting is fooling Ram fans and the Until tills is ly IAN MacLAlNE Canadian Press Staff Writer Dont look for the name of Greg Polis in this years Na tional Hockey League but coach Red Kelly has high hopes for the Pittsburgh Pen guins 1 toft Hes from the open air coun try and he has done it all like said Kelly recently of his prize rookie while compar ing him in seme respects Gordie Detroit Ret Wings 25year veteran and a onetime Kelly When Howe came up to tin NHL he was the kind of guj who had sharpened am tilings like Greg reminds me of him in that Polis had his biggest night in the big league at home Tuesday night as the Penguins and goal tender Al Smith blanked To ronto Maple Leafs In the only other schedulet the surprising Vancouvei Canucks tripped New York 4t to halt a Ranger takeover ol first in the East Tonight Montreal Canadienf are at New York is ir Los Angeles against the Kings Buffalo Sabres are at Chicago Black California Golden Seals entertain Vancouver al Philadelphia Flyers meet the Blues at Louis and Pittsburgh goes against Minne sola North Stars at Blooming HAS GOOD NIGHT a 20yearold rookie who sharpened skates and drove a bus last year while playing witl Estevan Bruins of the Western Canada Junior Hockey League scored once and assisted on the first two Penguin goals by Ken Sehinkel and Brian Hextall was given credit for the goal but the shot was taker by It caromed off Hex talis leg behind a beleaguerec Jacques Plante in the Toronto Smith handled 29 in cluding 15 in the second period in registering his first shutout ol the season at the expense of his former In Mike Corrigan opened and closed the scoring as the Canucks padded their hold on fourth place with 25 points in the East and moved to witlun three points of third place The Rangers held second with one behind leading Boston 21 FOR 28 a 24yearold Ot tawa native who never quite fit ted into the Toronto system and later failed to catch a regular berth with Los Angeles now has eight goals and IS points for the season after 29 In his first solid bid for an NHL berth with the Kings last he compiled six goals and four assists in 36 Wayne Makis 12th goal of the year in the first period proved Die winner in front of fans after New Yorks Dave Balon had replied to Corrigans game Detroit Red Wings called up Jim from their Central League farm club at Fort Worth to backstop goalie Don Kapp expects to have fun BOSTON AP Joe Kapp expects to have a little fun when he and the Boston Pat riots meet the Minnesota Vik ngs Sunday in a National Foot ball League game ill Not necessarily Kapp but Kapp was Minnesotas start ing quarterback when they won the 1969 NFL he shares quarter backing duties with Mike Tali erro on a Bostos team with i miserable 210 The Vikings are As well as I know those Vikings said raded 2 two games into he regular vou ca lirow out any talk about ad antages or II fundamentals and execu Kapp refused to accept Min icsotas contract offer and was raded for defensive back John now on the Vikings njured and a 1972 first ound draft Saskatoon club a success story By THE CANADIAN PKESS The success story in the Western Canada Hockey League now highlights Saska toon Orcst Kindrachuk of Hie Blades his point getting spree to 15 in three games with a goal and an assist as Saska toon built up a 50 lead and then settled for a 53 win over Regina Pats Tuesday Kindrachuk now has 49 points for second place in the WCHLs pointgetting Lawrence allowed to play for the Blades by a court injunction after the Ca nadian Amateur Hockey Assoc iation rejected his transfer to his scored three goals as Saskatoon ran its con secutive win streak to four and vaulted past Swift Current Broncos into third place in the western In the only other game in the WCHL Tuesday Edmon ton Oil Kings came from be hind for a 52 win over Flin Flon The Bombers continue their road trip with a game in Cal gary tonight against the Cen The other scorer for the Blades before a hometown crowd of 750 was Dennis At Edmonton before a crowd of the Oil Kings increased their lead in the western divi sion to 10 points over Calgary which has 29 The Oil Kings rammed in COUGARS AIMING FOR TOPCardston Cougars have their sights set on lop spol in the Southern Alberta High School Basketball league and coach Elaine Bunnago ho has five good reasons for aiming for the With ore Doug Fox Kent Spackman Don Browns David Bengry 24 and Perry teishman Carclslon plays host to Magrath Zeniths Friday and will seek heir second of the In ether Friday games Raymond travel to Medicine Hat and Catholic Central mods LCI nl Ihn Lawsuit mil take time SAN DIEGO AP Lance worths lawsuit gainst San Diego Chargers of ie National Football League nay be fought for threeto five his attorney said Tues an allpro accuses the Charges of taking advantage of his bankruptcy in business in negotiating his con tract and a He asks to be made a free agent his threeyear contract ends so he can negotiate with another Eugene the Chargers major said Lance doesnt know what he wants and that the suit has zero The suit was filed Monday in Superior Court along with one in District Court in which Al worth accuses the the other 25 teams in the NFL and commissioner Pete Rozelle of violating federal antitrust Forms new rule book WINNIPEG CP What was termed a distinctively Ca nadian rulebook was approved Sunday by the rules committee of the Canadian Federation of Amateur The new to be ready for general distribution by will attempt to bring uni formity to Canadian baseball The federation is the govern ing body o amateur baseball in It is one of the most signifi cant steps forward for amateur ascbal in said Ron Jayter of the fed erations vicepresident and a committee He said in the past the tlevel ipmcnt of baseball in Canada hampered by rules and a lodgepodge of confusing regii He said with the new rule book the federation could pre ent a strong alternative to United States based programs inch as little Beaver was the name adopt ed for a new division covering boys 12 and 13 years and is designed to replace such existing categories as Rantam Little Sandlot and Mosquito was the nams approved for the youngsters playing in the fl11 age The name of the former juvenile division for boys 17 and 18 years old was changed to Andy Zwack of a com mittee said juvenile name was unpopular and the new designation had more strength of The committee also ruled that players in all agn divisions must wear protective head gear while batting and base four goals in the third period after goalie Cal Hammond had frustrated them with an out standing performance in the first two Gene Cangave the Bombers a 10 lead in the first and Flin Flon was leading 21 at the end of the second on Bob Mc Kinistrys Left winger Dave Kryskow tallied twice for Edmonton and Eurcy Bert Scott and Derek Harker counted Hammond made 46 saves in the game and goalie Jack Cum mings of Edmonton blocked 22 Flin Flon Rutherford will replace De troits 1 neiininder Ed suffered a hairlino fracture of the skull when his head struck the ice Sunday after a collision with Craig Cameron of Louis Ed ttarris will be sidelined for three to four Summaries PITTSBURGH 4 TORONTO 0 First Period Schtn kcl 13 Polis PenaltiesHen derson Salher Second Period Pittsburgh Hex tall 6 Rupp Pllts McCallum 3 Shock Penalties Pelyk McCal lum McCallum Third Period Polls 5 Hextall Penalties Polis Pit bench Shots on goal by Toronto 8 15 Pittsburgh 13 11 Attendance VANCOUVER 4 NEW YORK 1 rigan 7 Johnson New Balort 13 Tkaczuk Maki 12 Kurten Wilkins Penalties Kur tenbach Gilbert Tal lon Wilkins Morton Second Period Hall B Penalty Johnson Third Period Corri gan 8 Cullen Penal ties Paiment Egers Neilsen Cullen Shots on goal by New York Vancouver 12 Altendance ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCO NATIONAL LEAGUE Boalon New York Montreal Vancouver Detroit Toronto Buffalo East Division W L T F A Pts 5 112 69 37 78 55 36 85 67 28 87 99 25 IS 6 12 9 11 15 13 4 74 20 7 18 1 75 94 15 5 13 5 44 79 15 West Division Minnesota Pittsburgh Los Angeles California 17 13 5 11 10 11 10 7 11 97 53 39 7 64 33 3 63 61 25 3 55 59 25 9 74 76 23 3 65 81 T9 2 51 89 11 ALBERTA JUNIOR Calaary Lethbridge Red Deer Leafs Ponoka Movers W L T F A Pts 12 6 5 11J 92 29 II 11 1 112 12 23 75 102 17 81 145 3 13 ALBERTA SENIOR W Calgary H 6 Fdmonton 9 Drumheller 3 16 AMERICAN LEAGUE L T F A Pis 6 1 87 61 23 9 2 74 72 22 2 54 112 8 Providenes Quebec Springfield Montreal Baltimore Cleveland Hcrshey Rochester East Division W L T F A PIS 10 11 10 13 6 15 West Division 14 7 12 8 10 11 9 82 77 26 73 85 33 83 90 21 5 74 95 17 2 83 65 30 HOCKEY STANDINGS ONTARIO JUNIOR W L T Peterborough 17 13 Oils Montreal Toronto Kitchener Hamilton 10 8 9 12 A 2 107 59 36 2 104 74 28 1 100 83 27 1 113 39 27 2 105 103 22 1 97 96 19 1 82 92 17 1 W 98 17 4 87 113 16 77 147 9 8 11 London B 14 6 13 Falls 4 18 CENTRAL JUNIOR W LT F A P Falls 16 3 3 118 76 35 Ottawa 13 6 4 110 80 30 Hull 12 7 2 103 86 26 Brockville 5 14 0 57 100 ID Pembroke 2 18 1 64 310 5 NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR W L T F A Sudbury 17 3 1 U9 64 35 Marie 14 5 1 122 70 29 Chelsmford 8 10 1 90 103 17 North Bay 61 1 95 13 Espanola 2 17 0 43 151 4 SOUTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR W L T F A 13 7 1 119 99 27 Chatham 3 4 99 Detroit 10 5 4 134 89 24 Thomas 711 2 96 114 Ifi Welrland 5 12 3 85 126 13 Drantford 5 13 0 80 117 10 ONTARIO SENIOR W L T F 15 WESTERN LEAGUE Portland San Diego Denver Salt Lake City Phoenix W L T F A 13 9 1 82 7d 2B 9 11 8 88 92 5fi 8 15 2 72 86 18 6 16 3 70 91 15 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division Esfevan Winnipeg Flin Flon Brandon M 12 12 11 10 IB F A Pts 1 T 79 33 1 126 108 29 2 90 0 107 1il 10 Regina 7 15 1 64 6 15 Western Division Edmonton 19 5 1 127 EO 3 13 9 3 77 63 29 12 13 1 106 107 25 11 13 2 91 97 24 3 18 0 101 136 16 Calgary Saskatoon Swift Current Medicine Har NHL LEADERS Bos Bos V Boudrr Van Tor NY Van Chi Chi G A Pts Pirn 22 27 49 21 10 23 33 35 14 20 34 35 13 18 31 18 11 19 30 2 8 22 30 48 9 18 27 54 12 14 26 4 13 12 25 0 13 12 25 2 12 13 25 52 11 14 25 10 10 15 25 15 Orlllla Gait Barrie Kingston Belleville Owen Soum Oakville Woodstock 14 A 12 6 7 7 7 10 A 0 117 49 30 0 97 47 IS 0 78 57 d 1 58 59 IS 0 61 71 14 0 52 75 14 1 68 97 9 0 63 139 i HOCKEY SCORES National Vancouver A New York 1 Pittsburgh 4 Toronlo o Central Kansas City 4 Tulsa 3 Eastern Syracuse 4 Clinlon l Charlotte 5 Johnstown I Nashville 6 Salem l Ontario Senior Kingston 3 Belleville 1 Manitoba Senior Boniface 12 Kenora 5 Western International Kimborlev 5 Cranbrook 3 New Brunswick Junior Fredericlon 4 Moncton 4 Quebec Junior AllStars 7 Quebec 4 Central Junior B Brockville 1 Ontario Junior Hamilton 10 Niagara Falls 5 Catharines 4 Montreal 3 Toronto 5 Ottawa 5 Southern Ontario Junior Detroit 7 Brantfcrd 3 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon I Fort OuAppelle 7 Western Canada Edmonton 5 Flin Flon 2 Saskatoon 5 Regins 3 British Columbia Junior Victoria 4 New Westminster 3 Penlicton 4 Vernon 1 Football award goes to Hamilton NEW YORK AP The Na tional Football Foundation awarded its Distinguished Am erican Award posthumously Tuesday night to the late Vince former college arid professional At the an itial banquet the coveted Gold Medal Award was given to Ad niral Thomas cur rent commissioner of the Pa cific Eight The MacArthur Bowl award ed to 1970s best college football earn was presented to two uni Ohio State and Texas while 13 college fool all stars of today and nine rom the past also were honor THROW AWAY THAT SHOVEL BE SURE OF TROUBLEFREE WINTER DRIVING with FIRESTONE WITH STUDS ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 III Avi South Phoru or 3274445 ;