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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Bacemb.r 14, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDOE HERALD f Esposito fires three past McLeod Gamble records second shutout By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Wrilcr The forgotten man on the To- ronto Maplu Leaf roster this season has been instrumental in their current bid for a National Hockey League playoff berth. Goalie Bruce Gamble regis- tered his second straight shut- out for the Leafs Sunday night, 4-0 over Buffalo Sabres, as To- ronto put together its longest winning streak of the season- three, games. Gamble helped start the string by shutting the door on Montreal Canadiens last Wednesday, also 4-0, and was ready in reserve at home Satur- day as the Leafs tripped Chi- cago Black Hawks 2-1. With Jacques Plante joining the Leafs this season, Gamble has been somewhat of a forgot- ten man he has been doing his share of work for the club, still sixth in the NHL's East Division Weekend summaries SUNDAY CHICAGO 5 MINNESOTA 2 First Period 1. Minnesota, Grant 13 (Goldsworthy, Barrett) Penal- ties None. Second Period 2. Chicago, White 3 (R. Hull, Campbelll 3. Chica- qo, AngottI 4 (Nesterenko, Maloney) 4-M; 4. Chicago, D. Hull 13 (R. Hull, AAiklta) 5. Chicago, MlkUa 5 (Shmyr, Magnusonl Penalties Glbbs Gibfas Martin, Mapnu- son Third Period 6. Chicago, Finder 8 (Martin, Stapleton) 8. Minne- sota, G'Shea 7, Bar- rett major, Koroll minor, major U-06. Shots on goal by Minnesota 15 fl Chicago 15 12 14-41 Attendance BOSTON 6 DETROIT 2 First Period 1. Detroit, Montelth 2 (Hart, Dea) 2. Boston, West- fall 6 (Marcotte, Sanderson) Pen- allies Leclerc Harris Second Period 6, 4. Boston, Sanderson 9 (D. Smith, Orr) Boston, Esposito 24 (Hodge, CashmanJ 6. Boston, Orr 12 (Carleton) 7. Boston, Es- posllo 25 (Awrey, Cashman) Penalties Carleton Cashman Laleunesse minor, malor, Hodge major Third Period 8. Boston, Esposito 26 (Cashman, Orr) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Detroit 4 10 W-W Boston 14 19 Altendancc Sanders breaks victory famine FREEPORT, Grand Baharr (AP) Doug Sanders broke long victory famine. And Arno Palmer broke a long victor string. "It's important to know I', not the 37-year-o Sanders said Sunday after two-hole sudden-death playof victory over Chris Blocker fo the first-place money i the Bahama Islands open go tournament. "Well, we'll have to try again next the bitter' disappointed Palmer said afte his drive failed in this, the las tournament of the year. For ft first year since 1955 he doesn have an individual title to call his own. Liberty Bowl for Tulaiie By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tulane turned a chilly mid December night into a Nei Year's Eve celebration Satur day with a 17-3 Liberty Bow triumph over heavily favored Colorado. Tulane's first bowl victory since its first bowl ap pearance since 1940-was fluke. In six games featuring the top small college teams in the U.S. Arkansas State, North Dakota State, Tennessee State and Del- aware won National Collegiate Athletic Association College Di- vision regional titles while Texas A. and I. captured the National Association of Intercol- legiate Athletics championship and Jacksonville, Ala., State de- feated Florida A and M in the lainual Orange Blossom Classic. Three scoring passes bv James Hamilton enabled Arkan- sas State to beat Central Mis- souri State 38-21 in the Pecan Bowl at REPEAT WIN No. 3 North Dakota Stale re- peated its Camellia Bow) triumph of a year ago over Montana, upsetting the second- ranked Grizzlies 31-16 at Sacra- mento, Calif. Unbeaten Tennessee State needed two touchdowns in the final six minutes to come from behind and edge Southwestern Louisiana 26-25 in the Grantland Rice Bowl at Baton Rouge, La. Delaware, the country's top rushing team, churned out 397 yards and beat Morgan State 38-23 in the Boardwalk Bowl in Atlantic City, N.J. At Greenville, S.C., Texas A end I shattered Wofford's 20- game winning streak 48-7 for its second consecutive NAIA crown. Little Bpyce Callahn, a fresh- man, squirted through Florida A and M's defence for 226 yards as Jacksonville State trimmed the Rattlers 21-7. It was Florida A and M's fifth defeat of the season. Sanders abandoned his ha py-go-Iucky playboy role for on of stony-faced determination the final round as he sought h first victory in almost fou years. He watched in stricken fasc nation as the husky, hard-hittin Blocker nibbled away at lu lead, passed him and finishec with a sparkling six-under-par 66 for 272. CAME FROM BEHIND Sanders, winner of 17 previous events but slump-ridden for tw years, came to the f'inishin hole, a long par-five with wate in the front, needing a birdie t tie. He put his second in a tra to the right of the green, blastec out some 45 yards to abou seven feet and knocked in th putt that forced the 12th playof on the circuit this season. H finished with a 68. Both Sanders and Blocke made par on the first playof hole. Blocker, went over par on the second from a trap 'am Sanders had a two-putt par fo iis first victory since the 196 Doral Open. Lee Trevino had a final round 65, a course record, and pro- .ected his triple crown as the STO. 1 money winner, the Vardon Trophy winner and the leader in exemption points. He had a 275 total for third >lace and finished the year wit! iver in winnings. Dick Crawford, also with a 65. was fourth at 276, followed by o m m y Aaron, 277, Gay Brewer, 278, Dave Hill, 279, anc 'aimer, who had a 69 for 281. "S u r e, I'm aid Palmer, who had entered his event only in an effort to teep alive his victory string. "But I'll take an optimistic ttitude rather than a pessimis- tic one. Maybe next year I'll vin two or three of them." British star gets worse MUNICH (Reuter) The 2nd birthday party Sunday of ritish Olympic runner Lillian card was called off because of dramatic worsening of her ondition at the West German inic where she is being treated )r cancer, her sister said Sat- rday night. Lillian's twin sister Irene told cporters she was shocked at deterioration in her-sister nee she saw her about a week go. "I am still confident that lings will' be Irene aid. Lillian is undergoing treat- ent for inoperable intestinal ancer. The Daily Express sports- oman of the year trophy was have been presented to her I Sunday at the birthday party. TORONTO 4 BUFFALO 0 First Period 1. Toronto, Ullman 12 (Spencer, Ellis) 2. Toronto Ellis a (Spencer, Ullman) Pen- alties Watson Monahan Ptrlyk Shack Keon Second Period 3. Toronto, Harri- son 6 (Armstrong) Talbot Monahan, Watson Spencer Pratt rnalors Baun Third Period 4. Toronto, Ullman 13 (Pelyk) Penalty Dorey Altendancc 10.331. PHILADELPHIA 2 ST. LOUIS 2 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Heiskala Barclay Plager :8, Berenson lecond Period 1. Philadelphia, Walson 2 (Johnson, Ashbee) Penalties None. Third Period 2. St. Louis, Lor- ilz 6 (SabourEh) 3. St. Louis, Ecclcstone 7 (Berenson, Morrison) 4. Philadelphia, W. Hillman 4 IGendron, L, Hillman) Penal- ties Ashbee Sutherland Shots on goal by Philadelphia 7 t-24 St. Louis 9 7 Attendance K630. NEW YORK 4 LOS ANGELES 0 First Period 1 New York, Egers 5 (Gilbert, Ratolle) Nellson Marotte Curtis Cahan Second Period 2. New York, Ne son 1 (Ratelle) 3. New Yor Ratelle U (Ncvin- Park) Pena ties Stekowski Marotte Tkaczuk Third Period 4. New York, Balm H (Brown, Falrbairn) Pena ties Mickey major Eger major TKaczuk Shots on goal by Los Angeles j... .___ II 10 NEW York 14 Attendance SATURDAY TORONTO 2 CHICAGO First Period 1. Toronto, MacMi Ian 8 (Keon) Marti Armstrong Magnuson do ble minor. Spencer Harrisi Baun Koroll, Dorey min ors, majors second Period No scoring. Pen allies Korab Mlklta, Bau McKenny Third Period 2. Chicago, R. Hu 74 (Campbell, White) 3. Torontc Sittler 4 (Ullman) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Chicago........... 11 11 Toronto.......... 16 11 Attendance MONTREAL 8 LOS ANGELES 1 First Period No scoring. Pena1 Bouchard Ferguson Mickey double minor, Houle Second Period 1. Montreal, Ma hovltch 14 (Tremblay, Lapolnle) 2. Montreal, Rochefort 3 (Collins, Har :er) 3. Montreal Backstrom (Rochefort) 4. Montreal, Fergu i 3 (Backstrom, Cournoyer) Montreal, Ferguson' 4 (Baekstrom Lemaire, Harper) Penalties Savard Lapolnle Third Period 7. Montreal, Richard (Lapolnie) 8. Montreal, Col ins 2 (Tardif, Rochefort) 9. Los Anqeles, Widinq A (Byers} Pen allies Ravlich Curtis Bouchard Shots on goal by Los Angeles......... 16 II Montreal........... 12 12 Attendance BOSTON 1 PHILADELPHIA 0 First Period 1, Boston, Hodge 5ucyk, Esposito) Penalty Hale Second Period No scoring. Penal- les Boston bench Sanderson :01, Dornhoeffer Third Period No scoring. Penal- ie-5 Orr McKenzie Shots on goal by loston........... 17 'hiladelphia 10 12 Attendance 14.620. MINNESOTA 1 PITTSBURGH First Period No scoring. Penal- ?s Gibbs, McCallum Harris Second Period No scoring. es Glbbs McCallum Pgh Third Period 1. Minnesota, Drouln :25. Penalties .None. Shots on goal by Minnesota 13 7 illsburgh 15 I Aitendance ANCOUVER 5 CALIFORNIA 2 First Period No scoring. Penal- es Roberls Matlussl 'ilhlns Second Period 1. Vancouver, Kur- nbach 10 (Hall, Cullen) 2. ancouver, Makl 1-f (Kurfenbach 15. Penalties Roberts Taylor 10, Oulnn Matiussf Third Period 3. California, E. icke 6 (Vadnals, Sfackhouse) Vancouver, Popiel 5 (Boudrlas, Pale- ;nt) J: 1J; 5. Vancouver, Kurten- ach 11 (Maki, Paiement) 6. Cai- ornia, B. HIcke 6 fHampson. Varf- iis) 7. Vancouver, Kurfenbach (Maki, Hall) Penally ilklns Shots on goal by alffornia 13 B njver 7 IS 11-34 Attendance .TROIT 5 BUFFALO 3 First Period 1. Defroif, Mahov- :h 11 (Delvecchlo, Webster) enalty Bergman D Second Period 2. Buffalo, Shack Duff) 3. Detroit, Delvecchlo (Webster) -f. Detroit, Berg- n 4 (MacGregor, Mahovlich) Detroit, Unger 5 (Libett) enalfies Talbot Hart 3 errault Pratt mln- s, majors Webster Third Period 6. Buffalo, Smith 1 45; 7. Buffalo, Anderson 3 (Goyette) 52; 8. Detroit, Doa 6 (Luce, Le- ere) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Uff3IO............ 19 13-4) itroif t 17 Aitendance JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA Tuesday, Dec. 15th p.m. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs CALGARY CENTENNIALS ADMISSION PRICES- ADULTS S1.25 STUDENTS ,7Si with cords if CHILDREN 256 Advance tickXs on Salt at Simpieni-Stnn Tuesday 2.4 p.m. Season Ticket Holders can pick up their Tickets until 8 p.m. Tuesday. but now only six points behind fourth-place Vancouver C a n- ucks. In other Sunday games, the East Division leading Boston Bruins ripped Detroit Red Wings apart with a 6-2 victory following a second-period blitz of four goals in minutes, New York Rangers stayed within two points of the Bruins with a 4-0 win over Los Angeles Kings, Wayne Hiiiman's shot from the point with less than five minutes remaining gave Philadelphia Flyers a 2-2 tie with St. Louis Blues and Chi- cago Black Hawks, leaders in the West, dumped Minnesota North Stars 5-2. BRUINS WIN The other Saturday games saw Boston blank Philadelphia ]-0 in the afternoon, the Red Wings bump Buffalo 5-3, Mont- real Canadiens blast Los Ange- les 8-1 with a six-goal outburst in the second period, Vancouver upend California Golden Seals as captain Orland Kurtenbach broke loose for three goals and Minnesota nip Pittsburgh Pen- guins 1-0. Tuesday Philadelphia is at Vancouver and Minnesota moves into St. Louis. Gamble, a native ot Thunder Bay, Ont, was a much-travelled performer before joining the Leafs on a regular basis in the 1367-68 season. However, his unorthodox style of flopping to the ice has never endeared him to management, especially in the executive suite where presi- dent Stafford Smythe has been heard more than once ing the 32-year-old goaltender's efforts.. Playing in the shadow of Johnny Bower and Plante, two NHL greats, hasn't helped his situation, but Gamble continues to fill the breach while bearing his share of the Leafs' grief to date. He got all the help he needei from Norm Ullman Sunda; night when the veteran cento TEMPER, TEMPER Derek Sanderson (16) of the Boston Bruins, leaps out of the penalty box into the stands after a fan who had said somehing to him. The. incident took place in the second period of a game Saturday with Philadelphia Flyers. Police official reaches in an effort to restrain Sanderson. The entire Boston team came to-Sand- erson's rescue. Host Centennials Tuesday evening Kings come np empty-handed scored the first of his two goals in the first period and Toronto' defensive play made it easy theriod goals after Minnesota's Janny Grant had given the "Noriji Stars a 1-0 first-period ead behind the superb netmind- ng of Gump Worsley. Goals by :ill White, Lou Angotti, Dennis Hull and Stan Mikita wrapped p Chicago's 19th win of the eason. Ken Hodge's power-play goal i the first period was all the repower Boston needed Satur- ay but most of the fireworks cok place in the second period 'hen Bruins' Derek Sanderson eeame embroiled with two 'hiladelphia spectators behind lie penalty bench. As Sanderson went over the lass after his tormentors, the ntire Boston bench skated cross the ice and followed their lod centre into raong the fans. the stands The Lethbridge Sugar Kin travelled to Edmonton over t weekend for two Alberta Juni Hockey League encounters, ho ing to pick up four big pom which could have put them top spot along with the Calgar Cougars. As it happened this was n the case as the Kings had the score doubled 6-3 by the E monton Movers Saturday nig and were trounced 8-2 by th Edmonton Maple Leafs Sunda afternoon. In Saturday's encounter tl Movers scored three goal witliout a reply in the third pe iod to drop the Kings. The local boys held a slii 2-1 margin after the first pe: iod and were tied 3-3 after th Cranbrook beaten in both games By THE CANADIAN PRESS Cranbrook Hoyals Western International Hocke League probably wish they ha stayed in British Columbia dur jig the weekend. They took a 4 defeat from Edmonto Monarchs of the Alberta Hock ey League Saturday and the :ook a 7 1 drubbing from Drumheller Miners Sunday interlocking league games. But Calgary Starnpeders the AHL made the most of thei western trip taking a 6 5 wi Saturday over Kimberley Dy namiters of the WTHL and the charging to an 8-3 victory ove Trail Smoke Eaters Sunday. Sunday saw Royals play their hird interlocking game in three upset Calgary Stam leders 3 -1 Friday and only Cen Hicks was able to score a Drumheller Miners held period eads of 3-1 and 6-1. ANDY CAPP WHERE blt> WE 60 ON HOLIDAY? JUST FIVE BOB, FLO iT'sAcewwiNr -IT CANT LOSE! WHERE 010 THE BOOKMAKER SO? second and outstot their oppon- ents 31-30, but to no avail. Gary Paskuski, Archie Mc- Lennan and Randy Andreachufc banged in a goal apiece for the Kings while Mel Gushattey and Rose Varros each had two goals with singles going to Bob Culler and Doug Clark for the Movers. The Movers took 10 of 19 minor penalties called, four of eight majors, two misconducts and two game misconducts as a rash of penalties followed Best subject to suspension LONDON (CP) Irish soccer star George Best had his name taken by a referee for the fourth time in a year during one of the most explosive English League soccer games this sea- son in Manchester Saturday. Even a three-goal effort by England's World Cup ace, Fran- cis Lee, was pushed well down the list of highlights in a stun- ning clash in which Manchester City won 4-1 over Manchester United. The volatile Best, who plays for United, was booked by ref- eree John Homewood after a crunching tackle on City full- aack Glyn Pardoe, who was :aken from the field on a stretcher. Pardoe suffered a woken right leg. Both Lee and John Fitzpatrick of Manchester United had their iiames taken after an incident in the 4lst minute. With the at- mosphere reaching fever-pitch, a score of fighting teen-agers were hauled out of the stadium by police. A player fa subject to fines, banning and even suspension if he is booked three times in a season. Best has been booked four times over the space of two seasons. When a player is booked, a report goes to the soc- cer authorities on the incident. Best will face a disciplinary hearing over Saturday's inci- dent, officials said. Leeds United, leading the First Division had its margin trimmed to two to 33 Arsenal as it was held to a goalless draw at home to lowly Ipswich Town. Arsenal stepped up the London title challenge with a 2-1 win at home of faltering Wolverhamp- ton Wanderers. fights in both the first and MC- end periods. Sunday afternoon the Iccalj still had a hard time trying to get on the right track while the Maple Leafs couldn't do anything wrong. The Kings outshot the Edmon- ton club 36-26, but couldn't find the range. Gary Paskuski and Len Chalmers tallied the two Kings markers. For the Maple Leafs Les Drewicki, Dale Bowler and Phil Blake each rammed in two goals apiece while Curtis Shok- opoles and Gary Kokolski man- aged one apiece. Leafs goaltender Larry Hen- drick was taken to hospital after being slammed into the goal post and was replaced by backup goalie Rene Alain. Hen- dricks appeared to have suf- fered a back injury but ths seriousness was not known. It was announced today that the Calgary Centennials will make a trip to Lethbridge Tuesday night for an exhibition encounter against the Sugar Kings. Game time is slated for at the Arena. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Abdullah Sweeten vs Siki Hayes 7 Exciting Bouli Si Have a Very Merry Christmcu With a New 1971 TOYOTA COiOLLA I No Charge for Grip Tires Hiecic Heater Whilewall Tirei AUTOMATIC AVAILABLE Ws will play Santo Clous one) deliver Christmas gift wrapped! 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