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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE lEfHSSiSGE HCRALO 'lliurjdoy, Uocombor Plunkett left off Ail-American team NOWHERE TO Phil Myre (30) of Montreal Canadians backs into his net as Paul Henderson (19) of Toronto Maple Leafs at- tempts to screen a shot by teammate Ron Ellis (6) in fight-filled Na- Four-point outing for Ingarfield Jional Hockey Le the Canddiehs ague game -0. Leafs irin in Toronto Wednesday. The Leafs blanked ed game By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rangers moved into a first- Blues 5-2 and Pittsburgh Pen- Toronto Maple Leafs blanked Montreal Canadiens 4-0 in a Na- place tie with Boston Bruins the East Division by tying Los Angeles Kings 2-2, Buffalo Sabres fell into (he East Divi- guins played a 2-2 tie with Min- nesola North Stars. The Leafs and Canadiens took nearly an hour to complete the tional Hockey League game In Toronto Wednesday night, but I the score was almost incidental 6-1 to j first period but the 130 minutes as the clubs served 179 minutes! Uie West Division-leading Cln- j in penalties was still off the cago Black Hawks, California j record 18-1 penal in penalties. The league record of 204 min- utes in a game was set 17 years ago in Maple Leaf Garde.' the same teams. When the ice chips had set- tled, referee Bill Friday had as- sessed 105 minutes in penalties to the Canadiens. The NHL cof- fers nil! likely be enriched 2 PITTSBURGH i the tune of more than be- cause of a first-period donny- brook that emptied both benches. Ironically, badman John Fer- guson of the Canadiens, who probably precipitated the fray when he crashed Leafs Billy MacMillan to the ice earlier then led the sally from the benches, escaped with only a minor for his assault on Mac- Millan. i Pittsburgh Minnesota....... idance penalty minutes for a Golden Seals drubbed Vancou- period established by the same ver Canucks 6-1, Philadelphia teams Dec. 9, 1953. Flyers overpowered St. Louis] The Dave Keon-MacMillan- Gary Monahan line gave the Leafs a 3-0 lead with Keen and MacMillan connecting in the first period, which was clearly a Toronto period, and Monahan in the second. "Everything was mixed up. We didn't play said Canadiens' coach Al MacNeil after watching his club go win- legs in their eighth straight Hockey summaries First Period 1. Pittsburgh, Schin- kel 14 (Watson, B. Hextall) Pittsburgh, McCreary 6, Pen- allies None. Second Perlcd 3. Minnesota, Har- vey 5 (Grant, Goldsworthy) Penalties Nanne Hextall Third Period 4. Minnesota, Grant 12 {Drouin, Nanne) Penalties Harris Parise, Watson majcrs by LO'S ANGELES 2, NEW YORK I (ST. LOUIS i PHILADELPHIA 2 7 -st Period 1. New York, Nevin -vine, Stemkov.'Skt) Penalties NY Curtis First Period 1. St. Louis, Morri- son i (Ecdestone. Roberts) 1. Philadelphia, Lesuk 4 ISernief, John- son) 3. Philadelphia, Gendron 8 (Ashbee. Bernier) 4. St. Louis, St. Marseille J [Lorentz, Picard) Penalties Hale Berenson Third Period 3. Los Angeles, Ber. Peters Clark y a (Widing, Byers) i. New Second Period 5. Philadelphia, art., Slewarl (Park, RalellB) Kelly 4 (L. Hillman. Clark) maior Gil- allies Lesuk, Second Period 2. Los Angela; FIstt 6 (Joyal, Marotte) Pcna fcert maior Shcls on gcal by New York........ Los Angeles 16-3! In other games, New York 8 13 1J-33 I CHICAGO 6 BUFFALO 1 GOING TO CALGARY? Stay cU STETSON VILLAGE MOTEL TV TWIN BEDS PHONES 100 Avenue and Madeocl Trail PHONE 253-1196 COLLECT First Pericd 1. Chicago, Pinder 7 [Martin, Stapletcn) 1 Chicago, i Mchns 2 (Martin) Penalties Pratt, Korab Krake Talbol j Barrie Korab While j Second Pericd 3. Buffalo, Goyette 1 [Perreault, Andrea) J. Chicago, i Martin 1] (Pinder, Mohns) 5. Chicago, Mikifa -I (D. Hirll, Korabl Penalties Shack Pinder White Schmaulz, Fleming Third Period 6. Chicago, Makl 10 (R. Hull, Korab) 7. Chicago, Maki 11 (R. Hull) Penalties Koroll Korell Fleming, Per- reault, Maloney, Magnuson majors Krake, Korab Shots on goal by Buffalo i 4 u-30 Chicago IS 7 AUTO VACUUM SUNSHADE CUSTOM GAUGES AUTO WAX FLOOR MATS SPLASH GUARDS PIPE HOLDER HAND SPOTLIGHT WILDLIFE DECAIS MOM SKI CARRIER LITTER BASKET HEADREST TRAVEL RUG WITH MATCHING CASE SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY CLEANER TISSUE DISPENSER BROTHER FLOOR SHIFT KIT DECALS TACHOMETER BABY MOONS BEAUTY RINGS SISTER CHAMOIS STEREO TAPE PLAYER STEERING WHEEL COVER FLOWER POWER DECALS AUTO CREST KEY TAG Fog and Driv- ing Lamp) oesfer Cables Car Jacks Tool Top Carriers Hub Caps Snack Trayj Auto Side Reflector! Custom Hood Pint Licence Frames Window Tint REMEMBER We are open Thursday and Friday Till p.m. Till Christmas MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY LTD. 5th 51. S. Phone 327-4951 Piager Dorn- hoefer Third Pericd fi. Philadelphia, Wat- son 1 (Lesuk, Bernier) 7. Phil- adelphia, Bernier II (Watson, Johnson) Penalties Clark 3m Sclby B. Piager Gendron, Rob- erts Heiskala Shots on goal by Philadelphia 5 St. Louis 10 5 Attendance TORONTO 4 MONTREAL 0 First Period 1. Toronlo, Keon 14 (McKenny, Pelyk) 2. Toronto, MacMillan 7 (Keon, Dorey) Penalties Larose major, Dorey mi- Ley Sittle'r Tardif 12H7.' Lapoinfe Collins major, mis- conduct, Lapointe minor, misconduct. Ley major, misconduct, Sittler, ma- cr, miscondcut Harrison major, mis- conduct Tremblay Second Pericd 3. Toronto, Mona- ..an 6 (Keon) Penalties Glen- Roberto minor misconduct Spencer double maior, Harper major Third Period 4. Toronto, Arm- sironq 2 (Harrison) minor misconduct Dorey Roherto, Spencer Bouchard: Shots on goal by Montreal........... 8 15 ID- Toronto 14 8 9. Attendance 14.439. game away from home. They have had three ties. "I guess the transition is rougher than I lie added, referring to his recent ascension to the head-coaching job following the resignation of Claude Ruel. Across the hall, Toronto gen- eral-manager Jim Gregory was more disturbed by the thought of fines NHL president Clarence Campbell will impose as a re- sult of the first-period rhubarb. "I don't know why we should be fined when they (Canadiens) started off the bench first." The Leafs, who heard Wednesday that rookie Guy Trottier will be lost for three to five weeks with a severely bruised right shoulder, saw :heir casualty list hi the first period when winger Paul Henderson stopped a shot by team-mate Eon Ellis with his NEW YORK (AP) Quarter- back Joe Thcismann of Notre Dame was named to The Asso- ciated Press All-America foot- ball team today over Heisman Trophy winner Jim Plunkett of Stanford. Joining Tbelsmami on the se- lect all-star squad were three repeaters from guard Chip Kell of Tennessee and defensive guard Still- wagon and corner back Jack 1'atum, both of Ohio State. Texas, Ohio State, Nebraska, Louisiana oi.au; iuiu Noiru teams ranked 1-2-3- 5-li in The AP's final regular season placed two players on the All-America team. The Texas representatives were ftdlback Steve Worster and defensive aid Bill Atessis, for two years Barrel! Royal's most solid ballplayers. Ohio Slate placed Stillwagon and Tatum while Nebraska had of- fensive tackle Bob Newton and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh. From LSU's super-quick de- fence came linebacker Mike An- derson and back Tommy Casa- nova while the Notre Darners were Theismann and offensive guard Larry DiNardo. The rest of the offence con- sisted of light end Jim Braxlon, West Virginia; wide receivers Ernie Jennings, Air Force, and Elmo Wright, Houston; tackle Dan Dierdorf, Michigan; centre Don Popplewell, Colorado, and running hack Don McCauley of North Carolina, who shattered 0. J. Simpson's one-season na- tional rushing record. The others on defence wero end Charlie Weaver, Southern California; tackles Dick Bum- pas, Arkansas, and Rock Per- doni, Georgia Tech; linebacker Jack Ham, Penn State, and back Dave Elmendorf, Texas A and M. Mrs. Anonymous wins soccer pool jaw. Team physician Dr. Leith Douglas diagnosed the injury as a cracked jaw bone but hesi- tated to say how long the winger could be out of action. Pit Martin celebrated his 27th birthday at home as the Black Hawks cut the Sabres down for their loth game without a defeat at Chicago Stadium. Martin had a goal and two as- sists while team-male Chico Maki banged In two goals in the third against Buffalo goalie Dave Drj'den, replaced CALIFORNIA 6, VANCOUVER 1 First Pericd 1. California, Hextall 10 (Featherstone) Roberts Ehman Second Period 2. Vancouver, Makl 13 (Kurtenbach) 3. Cali- fornia, Ehman 3 (Ingarfield, E. Hicke) J. California, Ingarfield 2 (E. Hicke, Vadnais) 5. Call- 1 fornia, Ferguson Ungarfield, E. Hicke) Penalties Seguin Third Period 6. California, E. Hicke 5 (Ingariield, Ehmant 7. California, Vsdnais f, (Hextall, Hamp- son) Penalties Ferguson Cat major WHfcins 10-minute miscon- duct game misconduct E. Hicke shots on goal by Vancouver 3 S 11-31 i California....... 12 11 DECISIVE WIN Leeds United spelled out its determination to keep the In- ter-cities Fairs Cup in England for the fourth successive season when it piled up a mammoth 9-2 aggregate third-round win over Sparta Fragile in soccer action in Prague Wednesday. starter Roger Croaer for the last 20 minutes. Eon Stewart's gcal with less than three minutes to play at Los Angeles pulled the Rangers into their 2-2 tic. It was the third straight tie for the Kings, ninless in their last six games. SPARK SEALS Rookie Ernie Hicke and vet- eran Earl Ingarfield, with a goal and .three assists each, sparked the Golden Seals at Oakland as they broke their game open with five goals in the last two periods. The Canucks remain fourth in the east, three points behind Montreal and five points up on Detroit Red Wings. Rookie Serge Bernier's llth goal of the season and three as- sists helped sink the Blues in front of St. Louis fans. j The victory was Philadel-1 phia's first in St. Louis since the 1968 playoff series and snapped Ernie Wakely's unbeaten string at home at'19 regular season games. Fredericton, N.E., natives were prominent in the Minne- sota scoring as Danny Grant notched what proved to be the tying goal after rookie Buster Cougars lose coach CALGARY (CP) Bert Olm- stead, former National Hockey League star, resigned Wednes- day as coach of Calgary Mount Royal Cougars in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He will, be replaced by Don Stauffer, director of athletics at the community college. In a prepared statement, Olmstead said: "My views on hockey and those of Mount Royal College players didn't coincide and be- fore Uiere's any further aggra- vation I've decided to step down." The Sceptre, Sask., native had Mount Royal, an Interme- diate A team, in first place after 23 games in the junior lea- gue this season. Olmstead, who played 13 sea- sons in the NHL for Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Black Hawks, has been mentioned as a farm team coach for Van- couver Canucks if they decide to put a professional club in Calgary. A professional team for the city became a possibility when the Calgary exhibition and stampede board, following exec- utive meetings Tuesday, an- nounced it was prepared to enter into negotiations with the NHL Canucks regarding use of the Stampede Corral as a Wset- era Hockey League base of operations next season. The board will meet Vancouv- er executive in an attempt to work out arrangements. Olmstead coached the Can- ucks in 1964-65 and 1366-67 when they were still in the TOIL. He took over as general manager and coach of California Seals when the west coast club joined the NHL in the'1967-68 season. LONDON (AP) A 30- year-old mother of two won a record prize of Wednesday on the soccer pools. She asked for secrecy and her name was not revealed. The pools firm simply said she lives in Berkshire and has a six-year-old son and a four- year-old daughter. Her prize topped the pre- vious record of paid out to Percy Harrison of Gainsborough, England, i n 1SC6. Mrs. Anonymous took ad- vantage of a small space on the pools coupon where bet- tors are invited to put a cross if they wish to avoid publicity. The big prize came on the penny-a-line treble chance pool, in which bettors try to forecast games ending in ties. The bettors try to pick eight games that will end 1-1 or 2-2 or 3-3. Last Saturday only seven British games ended in that way, and the chances against having them all on a coupon were millions to one. The Berkshire woman had all seven, plus another game that ended in a 0-0 draw. She was the only person in Britain to do so and won the whole first prize. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division T F A 15 5 5 11! 69 16 6 5 80 57 3 Vancouver Detroit Toronto Chicago St. Louis Phila. 5 14 85 71 84 105 74 83 79 94 45 85 Los Angeles California ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgary 14 Lethbrtdge 13 Red Deer .....12 West Division 18 '4 5 103 54 66 55 65 63 4 57 61 10 76 78 12 12 10 11 10 7 7 17 Calgary SENIOR W 11 .....10 T F A 4 123 96 3 4 128 77 3 5 114 92 1 112 121 L T F A Pt AMERICAN LEAGUE 74 72 i-1 112 W L T F A Pt 11 7 4 82 77 2< West Division 1 89 94 23 5 74 95 1 Hershey Rochester WESTERN LEAGUE 83 65 3 89 70 3 74 74 23 3 53 67 V W L T F A PI' 17 5 2 94 73 36 Portland San Diego 12 Seattle..... 13 Denver..... 9 Salt1 Lake City Phoenix 6 WESTERN CANADA Ea'stern Division 72 86 18 70 92 15 Estevan Winnipeg Flin Flon Brandon Regini 16 8 14 12 1? II A 1 97 79 33 1 126 108 29 2 90 86 26 0 107 141 64 8? 15 Western Divisli Edmonlon 19 5 1 127 so 39 Calgary 13 9 3 77 63 29 (iff Current Medicine Hat 12 13 11 13 6 13 1 106 107 25 2 91 97 24 0 101 136 16 Senators win team honors Peterborough Ottawa Montreal St. Caths. Toronto Kitchener Hamilton London Oshawa N. Falls ONTARIO JUNIOR W L 13 13 A PtS 2 107 59 36 2 102 74 28 1 100 1 113 _. 2 105 103 22 1 97 96 19 1 82 92 17 1 84 98 4 87 113 16 1 77 147 9 Harvey had put the North Stars on the Scoreboard en route to overcoming a 2-0 Pittsburgh lead. STOP SAVE SERVICE 139 13th 51. N. Phone 327-8953 directly across from Simpsons-Sears LEASEE, JIM MILLER GAS FOR LESS Lowest Prices In Town! OIL CHANGE ONLY 1.98 PRICE INCLUDES Oil FREE Greoso Job with every Oil Change OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK BOSTON7 f AP) Senators won team honors for the first lime in 36 seasons, ac- cording to the official 1970 base- ball fielding records released by the American League office Wednesday. But the biggest surprise is the name that isn't there, Brooks Robinson. Tho great Baltimore Oriole third baseman has Jed the league in fielding at his posi- tion for nine of the last 10 years, including the last four. He was nipped this year by Cleveland's Graig Nettles, .967 to .966. The Senators, who hadn't won a league fielding title since 1934, fielded at a .932 clip this yci.r while finishing last in the Eastern Division. That gave them a one-point margin over the champion Orioles, who I were next at .981. Two Washington players took individual honors, Tim Cullen leading the second basemen with a .994 mark and Dick Bos- man topping a long list of per- fect-fielding pitchers. He han- dled the most chances 51 with- out an error. Detroit also produced a pair of individual leaders in B i 11 Freehan ami Mickey Stanley, Frcchan fielded ,997 to lead the catchers, while Stanley led all outfielders by accepting 320 chances without an error for a 1.000 mark. CENTRAL JUNIOR W LT F A P Shaw. Falls 16 3 3 118 76 35 Ottawa 13 4 110 80 30 Hull 1772 103 S6 36' Brockville 5 14 0 57 100 10 Pembroke 2 13 16-1 no 5 NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR W L T F A PH. Sudhury 17 3 1 1J9 64 35 S.S. Marie 14 5 1 122 70 29 Chelsmford 3 10 1 90 103 17 North Bay 6 12 1 74 95 13 Espanola 2 17 0 -13 151 4 SOUTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR W L T F A Pts. Guelph..... 13 7 1 119 99 57 Chatham .11 3 4 99 68 26 Detroit 10 5 4 134 89 24 St. Thomas 711 2 96 114 16 Well-land 5 12 3 85 126 13 erantford 5 13 o so 117 10 ONTARIO SENIOR T F A P! Orillla Gait Barrie Kingston Belleville Owen Sound Oakvlfle Woodstock NHL LEADERS Esposito, Bos Orr, Bos Hodae, Bos R. Hull, Chi Delvecchio, Del" McKenTie, Bos Keon, Tor Martin, Chi lenbsch, V Makl, Van..... Ratelle, NY Boudrias, Van HOCKEY SCORES Nal 15 3 14 4 117 49 0 97 A7 6 0 78 57 7 1 58 5? 10 0 61 71 10 0 52 75 12 1 69 97 U 0 63 139 G A Pts Pirn ...22 27 49 21 10 28 38 35 14 20 3-i 35 .13 20 33 IE 11 19 30 2 8 22 30 -18 14 U 28 0 11 17 2S 17 .9 13 27 54 .13 13 26 52 .13 13 26 2 ..12 11 26 4 lal Toronlo f. Montreal New York 2 Los Angeles 1 Chicago 6 Buffalo 1 California 6 Vancouver 1 "'hiladclphia 5 St. Louis 2 Minnesota 2 American Ipringfield 6 Hershey 4 Eastern Syracuse 9 New Jersey 3 5reensboro 9 Johnstown 0 Central Dallas 6 Oklahoma 1 Tulsa 4 Kansas City 1 Thunder Bay Warra 3 Canadians 3 Western Canada Calgary S Flin Flon 1 Saskatchewan Junior .askaloon 5 Humboidt 3 Weyburn 1? Notre Dame 3 Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate "oronlo 5 Waterloo 3 .OCCER SCORES "HIRD ROUND Firsf Leg Jinamo Zabreb, Yugoslavia 2 Twenti fnschede; Holland 2 -iverpool 2 Hibernian ft "mderlecht, Belgium 2 Vltorla Setubsl. ortugal 1 Second Leg eeds United 3 Sparta Prague 1 eeds qualifies for quarfer-finals en -2 aggregate ologne, West Germany 3 Spartak ranava, Czechoslovakia 0 Cologne qualifies for quarler-finali -i-Q aggregata ayern Munich 3 Sparta Rotterdam 1 Bayern Munich qualifies for quarter- ials on S-J segregate THROW AWAY THAT SHOVEL! BE SURE OF TROUBLE-FREE WINTER DRIVINO with ;