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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Doiombor 16, 1970 Stusiuk nol with call in coast game ues both point standings 1A.N fiiiimliiin PITSS Slaft Writer A change of scenery appears to have restored new bloom to (he careers of at least two Na- tional Hotkey League players. Bill Sutherland, who started the week with Philadelphia Flyers, was traded to St. Louis Tuesday night in a 2-1 victory over Minnesota North Stars. Orland Kurtenbach was used and has become a power-play I primarily as a defensive for- specialist with the Blues. ward with New York Rangers He scored twice while the} and Boston Bruins. Blues held a man advantage j With Vancouver C a nil c k s, however, he's their leader and scoring sparkplug. Tuesday night his goal of Hie season gave the Canucks a 3-2 win over Philadelphia. They were the only two games scheduled but allowed both winners to improve (heir positions in the standings. The Blues, with 38 points, arc within five of West Division- leading Chicago Black Hawks and JO points ahead of the Fivers and Minnesota. ALBERTA CHAMPIONS The Milk River Jet Seders to right, Rev. Dave Hewlett Jerry Winters, Kerry won the Alberta "A" boy's volleyball championship re- Hawthorne, Neil Cleland, Charles Roberls, Rod Haraga cently winning the H. Rutledge shield. The winners are, (captain) and Monly Thielen. .Milk River besled schools left 10 right front row, Norm Ellert, Neil Mellafonl, Stew of 750 enrolment or better to win the title. Milk River Saga, Randy Matson and Owen Neal Back raw, left has just over 170 students Red Deer, Ponoka post ivins oral victory for Sugar Kings J C7 dJ After two disastrous Alberta Junior Hockey League games in Edmonton last weekend, the Sugar Kings decided to bear down and as a result, t ti? f if IN DOUBT GIVE GENUINE SEALSKIN BOOTS SEE OUR WINDOWS BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. M Phone 327-7300 W OPEN THURSDAY fif AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M.' ii- .Steffi picked up a moral victory last evening. The Kings played an exhibi- tion encounter against the Cal- gary Centennials of the West- ern Canada Hockey League and the hard-fought contest ended in a 0-0 stalemate. If this game is any indica- tion of how the Kings will pe1'- forni next weekend on the road the Ponoka Stampeders and the Red Deer Hustlers will have to be sharp. During I h e 60 minutes o f I play both clubs had g oo d chances of breaking the dead- lock, but the goaltenders came up with some key saves. In one particular incident, with two minutes and 35 sec- onds remaining in the contest, Calgary winger Ron Hominuk broke loose but John Davidson, the Kings' goalie outguessed him. A1 i told, Davidson was called upon to make 25 saves while Calgary's goalie Ed Dyck blanked the Kings on 22 occa- i sions. Candidate for Iowa post IOWA CITY, Iowa (CP-AP1 Ray Jauch, coach of Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Foot- ball League and Canadian Coach of the Year, is among eight candidates being consi- dered as head football coach for the University of Iowa. Athletic director Bump Elliott i released the names Tuesday. Elliott said the list was being i considered by a staff committee of the university's board in con- trol of athletics. Ray Nagel resigned as coach after his team had a 3-6-1 sea- son this vear. Elliott said that those being considered for the job also in- clude: Boh Commings, coach at Jlas- ilon, Ohio high school; Lou McCullough, Ohio State assist- ant coach; Jim Williams, Des Moines Bowling high school coach; Jack Nelson, Gustavus Adolphus College coach; Bob Holloway, assistant with Minne- sota Vikings; Don Urich, North- ern Illinois University coach; and Frank Lauterbur, highly- successful coach at the Univer- sity of Toledo. 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA I Have a Very Merry Christmas With a New 1 i w In the cleanly-played affair, the Centennials received the nod on six of the eleven minor penalties called. Two goals at the start of the second period gave Red Deer Rustlers a 3-2 win over Ed- monton Maple Lenfs in Alberta Junior League action. The teams were tied 1-1 at the end of the first but Red Deer led 3 2 at the end of the second. Leo JIcDougal slipped in what proved to be the winner before the two minute mark of the second. Mickey Girard and Terry Wedderburn got the other Rustlers goals. Les Drewicki and Craig Styl- es were the Edmonton marks- men. j Red Deer took six of 11 pen- j allies, which included one major to each team. Red Deer outshot Maple Leafs 27 26. Meanwhile Jlarcel Comeau scored three times Tuesda, night to lead Ponoka Stamped ers to a 5 3 Alberta Junioi Hockey League victory over Edmonton Movers before abou 300 fans. Rod Martin and Ed Lychak scored the other Ponoka goals while Brian Mann, Bob Cutlei and Mel Gushatty scored for Edmonton. The game was tied 1 after the first period and 2-2 after the second. Edmonton took the initiative in the first and second periods, scoring a goal winch was matched later by Ponoka. Edmonton went ahead 3-2 at of the third period before Martin tied it up'at Ly- chak scored the winner at and Comeau added the insur- ance tally with eight seconds left to play. No Charge for Grip Tires Whitewall Tiros AUTOMATIC AVAILABLE will play Sonto Clous and deliver Christmas Eve gift wrapped! NO DOWN PAYMENT O.A.C. Santa Price 1889 1 SEE PAGE- No one wants to lose Uy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's a world of difference between the champion New York Knicks and the hapless Cleveland Cavaliers, but coach Bill Fitch complains that other National Basketball Association teams "qet up for us just like they do for the Knicks." After all, he says, "Who wants to be the first established club to lose to The Knicks don't, although it was hard to tell during Tuesday night's lethargic first period, which ended with Cleveland on top 23-22. Then, Walt Frazier, Dave Stallworth and Mike Rior- dan combined for a J5-2 burst to start the second period and the Knicks were off and running to a 110-92 triumph. Elsewhere in the NBA, Buf- falo Braves nipped Los Angeles Lakers 113-111 in overtime, Chi- cago Bulls trimmed Baltimore Bullets 115-97, Philadelphia '76ers trounced San Diego Rick- ets J22-98. San Francisco War- riors defeated Phoenix Suns 129-123 and Detroit Pistons beat Portland Trailbters 111-103. Cleveland's loss to the Knicks was the fifth in a row and 32nd in 34 starts for the first-year expansion team. Despite New York's 15-2 ;purt, the Cavaliers stayed within range until the Knicks ran off 15 consecutive points late in the third period for an 81-57 bulge. TRAILED BY 18 POINTS George Wilson's basket with one second left in overtime ena- bled Buffalo to nip Los Angeles. The Lakers, who trailed by 18 points in the first period, needed a 10-2 burst in the final five minutes of regulation play to force the overtime. Philadelphia built an early I9-point bulge, held off a third- >eriod San Diego rally and .rimmed (he Rockets as Jim Washington scored 20 points. Bob Love, in trouble with five personal fouls, sparked a minute outburst in the final quarter that enabled Chicago to pull away from Baltimore. After 16 Ues, Fritz Williams, Jeff Mullins and Nick Jones lelped San Francisco build a 13-point lead early in the fourth I period and that proved too much for Phoenix to overcome. Jerry Lucas led the winners with 26 points and Mullins had 24. Minor puck In Bantam "B" action last night the Hornets slapped in three goals in both the first and third periods as they blanked the Ramblers 6-0. Brian Thorlacius, Dale Pyl- cia, Kenny Hall, Brian Mal- acko, Allan Boras and Bruce Mock all blasted in one goal each for the Hornets. A big third period carried the A.C.T. past the Stampeders in midget action. Reg Osmond, Joe Meli, and Bayden Pilling scored in the last 20 minutes to give the A.C.T. a 4-1 win. Meli had opened the scoring in the sec- ond period for the winners. Kevin Morris scored the lone Stampeder marker. A goal in each period gave the Canucks a 3-0 win over the Flyers in Pee Wee action. Bruce Quick. Gary DcGroot and Kelly Danielson accounted for the Canuck markers. Tim Richards recorded the shutout, ft was second in-a-row and fourth of the season. The surprising Canucks, in their first season in UKJ NHL, have 29 points and arc in fourth place in the East, five points ahead of Detroit Red Wings and only three bcliind Montreal Can- adiens. Tonight, the Canaiiicns will have captain Jean Beliveau back in the lineup for their game with the North Stars in Minnesota, Toronto Maple Leafs play the Penguins in Pittsburgh New York entertains Buffalo S'abres, Los Angeles Kings ar at Boston Bruins, Detroit goe against California Golden Sea: at Oakland and St. Louis visit Cliicago. HALL SPAKKLES St. Louis goaltender Glen Hall sparkled in victory, turnin aside 38 shots while his team mates tested Cesar Maniag just 2L times. Sutherland, a 36-year-old fro Rcgina who spent most of hi pro career in the minor leagues didn't notch his first goal of th season until mid-November. His two goals against tb North Stars, both from directly in front of Maniago, were hi fifth and sixth of the campaigi and gave the Blues a 2-0 lead ii front of St. Louis fans. Dcfenceman Tim Reid wa, serving a minor for hookin; when Sutherland deflected Tim Ecclestone's passout home a of the first period. Buste Harvey was serving a cany over minor sentence when Suth erland fought off Minnesota de fenceman Fred Barrett to ba the puck in at the 3G-secom mark of the second period. Kurtenbach was drafted fron New York last June specifically for his leadership qualities on the ice. Whatever scoring they real ized from the former policeman with New York and Boston clubs would reflect even more on Vancouver management's decision to pick up the veteran whose NHL future was question able after a spinal fusion had limited his career during the two previous seasons. The Cudworth, centre also assisted on Vancou ver's second goal and movef into fifth place in the individua scoring race with 34 points in 32 games. UNHAPPY AT OUTCOME Philadelphia coach Vic Stas- iuk felt the game should at least have ended in a tie after Flyers' Jean-Guy Gendron's shot ap- peared to him to have crossed ANDY CAPP HI'VER.KIO-I'VE BROUGHT A BOTTLED'STOUT SACK FOR. VER ZOME ON, OUT WITH WHENfER NICE TO ME FOR NO REASON -------------TJHE-RE'S A REASON! the goal-line. However, goal judge Jim McGowan and referee Bill Fri- day, who was following up on the play, ruled otherwise, say- ing that Vancouver goalie Char- lie Hodge had grabbed the puck while it was still on the line. "With refereeing like that, it's no wonder they (Vancouver) have a 10-3 record at said Stasiuk as he paced back- and-forlh in front of the Phila- delphia dressing room. The referee was out in the middle of the ice when he made the call instead of being on the play. How the hell could he have called the play from out [here when I know he couldn't have seen Asked wiry he thought the ref- eree made the call, Stasiuk an- swered: "Because the guy is a they were all homers. They're just chicken to offend .lie home club." ST. LOUIS 1 MINNESOTA 1 Firs! Period I. St. Louis, Suther- land 5 (Ecclestone, SI. Marseille) Penalties Read Eccle- stonc Harvey Second period 2. St. Louis, Suth- erland 6 (Ecclestone, St. Marseille) 3. Minnesota, Burns 5 (Heindl, Roussaut Penalties Picard 3-09, Harris Arbour Third Period No scorlna. Penal- ties Gibbs Shots on goal by Minnesota H 12 SI. Louis 7 8 Attendance VANCOUVER 3 PHILADELPHIA 2 First Period 1. Philadelphia, Ash- bee 3 (Nolet, Lacrolx) 2. Van- couver, Popiel 6 (Doak, Qyinn) Penalties Doak :16, Watson Van Impe Wilkins Doak BMO, Clarke, -Kurtenbach 18-55, Van Impe Second Period 3. Vancouver, Hall 9 (Tallon, Kurtenbach) Penal- tics Pooiel Doak, Lesuk w. Hlllman Period 4. Philadelphia, Clarke 10 5. Vancouver. Kurlen- bach 13 (Maki, Tallonl Penal- ties Ouinn 3-07; on goal by Philadelphia II 1 li-37 Vancouver.......15 II Atlendance: INCIbENTALtyTHE PUB'S HAVING A COACH NEXT WEEK- ABOUT GOING WITH ME PET? CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Emil ColHn 263; Arvid Oseen 257; Ruby Oseen 256; Frank Bernhart 239; Felix Hofforlh 228; Arie Koole 228; Nick Bianchi 223; Henry Brown 222; Den Evenson 224; Frank Richards 223. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Karl Noack 219; Evelyn Garretl 228; Dean Low Charlie Beech 301; Brenda Stevenson 238; Isabel Orsten 258; Larry DuWlontier 238; Brad Elder 291 Gene Teruya 239; Joe Hart 243; Lauretta Loot 205; Pat Cashen 214. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Percy Smilh U4; Mary Wlrth 236; Helen Labas Wlarg Roth 247; Vicla Bachneier 3D2 Jackie An- ton 249; Myrna Moulron 232; Mary Kirkby 250; Les Sackney 225; Clyde Malhescn 211; Bill Moulfon 215; Simon Berger 211. scores HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Bob Fentpn 353 Eleanor Fen- Irunla 262; Verda Hamilton 233; Mary Wishnevski 325; Eugene Chollack 281 Wilma Valer 233. GLENDALE BOWL BOISE CASCADE Cyril Mees 303 Dale Harnack 297; Judy Harnack 265; Fred Kiever 223; Merlin Grigos 219; Carol Waddeii 209; Rick Caldwell 210; Doug Duggen 207; Roger Burke 209; Dava Waddcll 20-1. SENIOR CITIZENS Sid Jones 179; Betty Murtland 196; Flo Capewell 170; Henry Myers 172; H C. Brown 2aa Jack Stacey 227; Fred Beard 220; Tom Archibald 172. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F Boston York Montreal Vancouver Detroit Toronto iuffalo 19 5 18 6 14 10 13 16 10 H 10 IB 5 17 A Pts. 5 127 73 43 86 58 41 99 73 32 92 109 29 84 98 14 05 95 21 50 102 15 5 109 53 -13 15 6 8 73 60 38 12 3 4 73 72 28 12 13 4 52 7.1 28 7 13 10 7B 82 2-i R 14 4 63 95 20 7 19 2 60 97 U West Division Chicago St. Louis 'hiladelphia Minnesota Pittsburgh _os Angeles California NHL LEADERS G A Pis PIM 26 29 55 12 33 45 41 16 22 38 14 22 3S 13 21 3d 9 74 33 50 12 20 32 17 1-i 31 ONTARIO SERIOR W Orlllia....... 16 Gait 15 Barrie .......13 Kingston ......9 Belleville.....81 Owen Sound 7 1 Oakville 1 Woodstock .21 ONTARIO JUNIOR W T F A Ptl 0 123 54 32 0 104 50 30 0 83 63 36 1 69 72 19 0 69 76 Ifi 0 57 91 14 1 84 102 13 0 69 140 4 Esposilo, Bos Orr, Bos Hodge, Bos R. Hull, Ch?