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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID - Wednesday, December 9, 1970 Palis hm btff nijyht for Penjs^idns Canucks hand Rangers setback Uy IAN IVIncLAlNl!; Cnnndian Press Staff Writer TEAMWORK - Defencemen Barry Wilkins and Dale Tollon come to the aicJ of Vancouver Canucks' goalie Charlie Hodge as Ranger captain Bob Nevin tries to get the puck. Canucks beat New York 4-1 in Tuesday's game at Vancouver. It\s all a mistake says star Cosby booed at Rams' game LOS ANGELES (AP) - Comedian-actor Bill Cosby, the frustrated football player, nc\-cr misses a Los Angeles Rams' game and never fails to get more boos than the opponents. "It hurts," says the former Temple University Ijench-warmer of the razzing lie gets each Sunday. But he explains it's all a mistake: "1 really do root for the Rams. I just stand on the other side to see better." And, standing where he does, it might be a little dangerous to root nuticcably for his team. Cosby explained that he Williams may (jiiil hue key lilces Uic sound of hitting and tackling. Standing on the sidelines is the only way of behig close to where the action is. But he says he can't see any- tliing from the Rams' side of the field. "I'd watch from the Rains' side except you can't see anything from cur side because Short sport OPENS WITH WI.N TORONTO (CP) - Hec Ger-vais. the gentle giant from Edmonton, opened the CBC-TV's double - knockout championship curling toiu-nament Tuesday with a 9-2 win over Tom Tod of Thunder Bay, Ont. In other openmg - round Fort Worth of the Central League Tuesday to replace injured goalie Roy Edwards. Edwards, the Wings' regular netminder, will be lost to the team for three to four weeks due to a hairline skull fractm'c suffered in a weekend game. ? * ? MI.NNE.'VPOLIS (AT'i -T o ni m y Williams, Mimiesota North Sti;.rs centre, says lie is considering retiring forthis National Hockey League season. 'if mv mental attitude matches. Canadian champion Don Duguid skipped his Winni- i SCOni-:S WIWEIt peg rink to a 9-7 win over Ron TULSA. Okla. (AP) - Kansas Northcott of Calgary while the City Blues rallied from an early day's major upscl saw Hap | tlirec-goal deficit to edge Tulsa Mabcy of Moncton. N.B., trim ' Oilers )-:; in a Central Hockey iMcrv Mann of Saskatoon !',-:!. * ? ? STOPS PAi;z LO.N'DON (AP) - Joe Bug nor, 21-ycar-old golden boy of .,,':.'';."'�"''! British heavvwcight b 0 X in g. i doesn't change, sa'd Uilliam.s. : .j^pp^, ,^,g-ntine Miguel Pac7.:(;\MES VNDEll WAV *I plan to talk to \Salter Bus.i ^q,,^^, ,f ^^hod-: r-XNGKOK (AP) -'H and Wren Blair about rclu-ing , ,|pf, m-mnnflpr hnro 'runsdnv >/------- ..... League game Tuesday night. Defcnceman Jack faggarl got the winning goal on a 50-foot screen shot midway in the final perio goals and .52 assists, a team record, in 1969-70. ic sixth Asian Games pot under w;:y today with a parade by 2.000 athletes, marches by massed militaiT bands, a performance by several hundred dancing eirls and something less than a .'cllout. .�\ disappointing oiK>ning-crore his three-year contract ends so he can negotiate witli another team. Eugene F. Klein, tlie Cliarger's major owner, said "Lance doesn't know what he wants" and that the suit has "zero merit." The suit was filed Monday in Superior Court along with one in U.S. District Court in which Al-worth accuses tlw Chargers, the ether 25 teams in the NFL and commissioner Pete Rozelle of violating federal anti-trust laws. Forms new rule b(K)k WINNIPEG (CP) - What was termed a distinctively Canadian rulclwok was approved Sunday by the niles committee of the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball. The new book, to he ready for general distribution by April, will attempt to bring uniformity to Canadian baseball rules. The federation is the governing body of amateur baseball in Canada. "It is one of the most significant steps forward for amateur baseball in Canada." said Ron Hayter of Edmonton, the federation's vice-president and a committee member. lie said in the past the development of baseball in Canada was hampered by rules and "a hodge-podge of confusing regulations." lie said with the new rule book the federation could pre-�sent a strong alternative to United States - based programs such as little league. Beaver was the name adopted for a new division covering boys 11. 12 and 13 years old. and is designed to replace such e.\isting categories as pee-wee. Bantam B, Little Canadian, iSandlot and Bronco. Mosquito was the nam.e approved for the youngsters playing in the n-ll age bracket. The name of the former juvenile division for boys 17 and 18 years old was changed to Bison. Andy Zwack of Regina. a committee member, said juvenile name wa.s unpopular and the new designation had more "strength of character." The ccminittee al.so ruled that players in all ago divisions must wear protective head gear while battuig and base running. ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgary ...... 14 Lethbrldge .. Red Deer ... Edm. Leafs Ponoka .. Edm. Movers 13 13 II 8 3 T P A Pis 4 123 96 37 4 128 77 30 5 114 92 29 1 112 121 23 1 75 102 17 81 US 9 HOCKEY STANDINGS ONTARIO JUNIOR Peterborough Ottawa ..... Montreal .. , St. Caths. .. Toronto .. . Kitchener .. Hamilton ... London ..... Oshav/a ... , N. Falls . . W 17 13 13 13 10 9 T p A rt. 3 107 59 36 3 103 74 38 1 100 83 27 1 113 89 37 3 105 103 33 1 97 96 19 1 82 92 17 1 81 98 17 4 87 113 14 1 77 147 9 8 3 ALBERTA SENIOR W Calgary ...... ll Edmonton .....10 Drumhcller ... 3 F A Pts 87 61 21 74 72 22 5.1 112 8 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L T Providence . . 11 7 4 Quebec . ... 10 11 3 Springfield . . 10 13 1 Montreal . 6 15 5 West Division nalllmore ... 14 7 2 Cleveland .. .13 8 3 Hershev ..... 10 11 3 Rochester . 8 9 3 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T Portland ... .17 5 3 San Diego ... 13 9 5 Seattle..... 13 9 3 Denver..... 9 tt g Salt Lake City 8 IS 3 Phoenix ... 6 14 3 f A Pis 82 77 7< 78 85 23 83 90 21 74 95 17 83 45 30 89 70 27 70 48 23 58 67 19 F A Pts. 94 73 95 84 82 74 88 92 72 84 70 93 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Estevan ... 14 R 1 97 79 33 Winnipeg ... . 14 12 1 124 108 29 Flin Flon .. .. 12 11 3 90 84 36 Brandon ..... 10 18 0 107 141 30 Regina ...... 7 15 1 64 89 15 Western Division Edmonton Calgary ..... Saskatoon . . Swift Current Medicine Hat NHL LEADERS Esposlto, Bos ... Orr, Bos Hodne, Bos ......... 14 1 127 80 39 3 77 63 29 1 106 107 35 3 91 97 34 0 101 136 14 G A Pts Pirn 22 27 49 21 10 29 38 35 Football award goes to Hamilton NEW YORK (AP) - The National Football Foundation awarded its Distinguished American Award posthumously Tuesday night to the late Vince Lonibardi. former college and profe.s,sional coach. At the annual banquet Uie covete