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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, December 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Not impressed with first marker but will take it MAGNUSSEN SHOWS WHY HE GOT THREE-GAME SUSPENSION NHL summary roundup LOS ANGELES 6 KANSAS CITY 0 First period No scoring Penalties Carr Hutchison Harper 13.21, Hughes Plasse (served by Rota) 20.00. Second period 1 Los Angeles, Widing 12 (Kannegiesser, Murphy) 8.29; 2 Los Angeles, Berry 8 (St. Marseille, Murphy) 10-04; 3. Los Angeles, Murphy 11 (Carr, Komadoski) 1032; 4 Los Angeles, Nevin 12 (Maloney, Goring) 11-59 Penalties Murphy 0.51, St. Marseille 13.58. Third period 5. Los Angeles, Carr 3 (Murphy, St Marseille) 6. Los Angelas, Murphy 12, 7-35 Penalties Corngan Carr 18-31. Shots on goal by Los Angeles 7 15 Kansas City 8 21 Attendance 5.983. BUFFALO 3 ISLANDERS 2 First period 1. Buffalo, Luce 15, 18.38. Penalties Nystrom. Schoenfeld D. Potvm 5'02, Hart 753, Marshall Robert Second period 2 Buffalo. Korab AFC Ail-Star team has Armstrong, O.J. NEW YORK (AP) Otis Armstrong of Denver Bron- cos, pro football's leading rusher with yards, and wide receiver Cliff Branch of Oakland Raiders who led the American Conference with 13 touchdowns, head the AFC offensive unit nsmed Wednes- day for the National Football League's Pro Bowl game. The AFC stars will meet Minor hockey In Midget play Tuesday the Eskimos downed the Lakers 6- 3. Walter Montina scored twice for the winners while singletons came from Bill Henderson, Glair Handsaeme, Don Stinston and Mike Craig. Bob Scleeg, Rob McArthur and Ken Tolsdorf scored for the Lakers. Monday night the Stampeders edged the Toros 3-2 in another Midget contest. Tim McQuaig, Livio Pavan and Jerry McNamara scored for the Stamps while-Doug James and Barry Forry replied for the losers. In Pee Wee action Wednes- day night the Braves dropped the Bisons 6-5. Alan Tajiri picked up the hat trick for the winners while David Anderson got two goals and Cal Sonntag scored one For the Bisons it was Brian Ferguson with two and Jeff Moltz, Dean Stephens and Don Taniguchi with one apiece. their National Conference counterparts in the Orange Bowl at Miami on Jan. 20. The 40 man AFC squad includes 10 players from the defending JFL champion Miami Dolphins. Joining Armstrong and Branch on the attack will be .running back O. J. Simpson of Buffalo Bills, Oakland quarterback Ken Stabler, wide receiver Issac Curtis of Cincinnati Bengals and tight end Riley Odoms of Denver. On the offensive line, are tackles Art Shell of Oakland and Russ Washington of San Diego Chargers, guards Gene Upshaw of Oakland and Larry Little of Miami and centre Jim Langer, also of Miami. The AFC defence is dominated by Pittsburgh Steelers, champions of the Central Division. Up front will be Steeler team mates Joe Greene and L. C. Greenwood along with Bill Stanfill of Miami and Jerry Sherk of Cleveland Browns. The linebackers are Pitt- sburgh partners Jack Ham and Andy Russell along with Baltimore Colts' Mike Curtis. Emmitt Thomas of Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo's Robert James are the corner- backs with Dick Anderson of Miami and Oakland's Jack Tatum at the safeties. The squad was chosen by the 13 AFC head coaches with no coach permitted to vote for a player on his own team. New England Patriots was the only club without a represen- tive on the team. The AFC place kicking will be handled by Pittsburgh's Roy Gerela, a native of Powell River, B.C. EASING National Identification Card Predictable Costs Frees investment usually less than Adaptable to private individual as well as business Current model prestige Easy wa" to get second car 5 (Spencer, Lorentz) Buffalo. Luce 16 (Bare, Ramsay) Penalties Hart Martin, Nystrom Korab, Martin Third period 4. NY Islanders, Gillies 7 (Stewart, Lewis) 5. NY Islanders, Lewis 4 (Nystrom, Rom- bough) Penalties Fortler, Gare Schoenfeld Bourne Luce on goal by NY Islanders 7 6 Buffalo 15 13 Attendance MONTREAL 4, CALIFORNIA 3 Period: 1. California, Huston 9, Penalties Frig Roberts Shun Williams. Lambert Second Period: 2. California, Williams 6 (Hrechkosy, Neilson) 12.46. Penalties Awrey 5.11. Huston Lemaire RiseDrough, Williams majors 13.37, B. Stewart 18.24. Third Period: 3. Montreal, Cour- noyer 12 (Lapolnte, Savard) 0.25; 4. Montreal, Shutt 11 (Mahovllch, Robinson) 1-10; 5 Montreal, Lemaire 12 (Cournoyer, Gamey) 6. Montreal. Lemaire 13 (Cournoyer, Roberts) 5-17; 7 California, J. Stewart 8 (Pesut, Meloche) 9.02. Penalties Lafleur, Hampton Shots on goal by Montreal 12 17 9 38 California 9 15 9 33 Goal Dryden, Montreal; Meloche, California. Attendance RANGERS 7 MINNESOTA 0 Firtt period 1. NY Rangers, Ratelle 10 (Vlckers, Gilbert) Penalties Boucha Stemkowskl. Goldsworthy Parise Second period 2. NY Rangers, Sanderson 10 (Maloney, Fairbairn) 11-44; 3. NY Rangers, Ratelle 11 (Gilbert, Greschner) 14.39; 4. NY Rangers, Sanderson 11, 5. NY Rangers, Sanderson 12 (Fairbairn) 19.52. Penalties Goldsworthy 8.14, Ahrens Polls Ahrens (double minor) 15-27. Third period 6. NY Hangers, Wilson 2 (Fairbairn, Sanderson) 7. NY Rangers, Fairbairn 9 (Bed- narskl) Penalties Greschner Goldsworthy Shots on goal by Minnesota 7 3 NY Rangers 11 22 Attendance TORONTO 6 PITTSBURGH 4 First period 1. Pittsburgh, Pronovost 11 (Apps, Paradise) 2. Toronto, McDonald 5 (McKenney, Dunn) 3. Toronto UMman 3 (Glennie, Sabourln) 4. Pitt- sburgh, Arnason 9 (McManama) 9-13; 5 Pittsburgh, Pronovost 12 Penalties Hadfleld Pratt, Sabourin 9.09, Campbell Flen, Lagace 11-15, Dunn Second period 6. Toronto, McDonald 6 (Ferguson. Dunn) 7. Toronto, Thompson 8 (McDonald, McKenny) 12-02; 8. Toronto, Keon 6 (Stoughton. Ullman) Penalties None. Third period 9. Toronto, Ham- marstrom 4 3.21; 10. Pittsburgh, Morrison 1 (MacDonald) 19.17. Penalties Dunn McDonald 11 -38. Toronto, (too many men on the ice served by Thompson) on goal by Pittsburgh 14 14 Toronto 18 14 Attendance 16.327. CHICAGO 7 DETROIT 5 Flnt period 1. Detroit, Dionne 16 (Grant) 2. Chicago, Pappin 17 (Boldlrev. Jarrett) 3. Chicago. Koroll 11, 4. Chicago, Boldirev 10 (Pappin, Rota) 5. Chicago. Daigle 3 (Russell. Gagnon) 6. Chicago, Boldlrev 11 (Pap- pin) 7. Detroit, Grant 15 (Dlonne. Snell) 8 Detroit, Anderson 5 (Nowak) 9. Detroit, Grant 15 (Snell, Llbett) Penalties G. Bergman Boldirev Russell Libctt 19.03. Second period No scoring. Penalty Third period 10. Detroit, Anderson 6 (Stewart, Crashley) 5.20, 11. Chicago, Koroll 12 (Hull, White) 12. Chicago. Daigle 4, Penalties Russell Nowak 11-55. Shott on goil by Detroit 16 10 Chicago 9 11 Attendance Sanderson registers three goals in win THE CANADIAN PRESS Derek Sanderson rolled back the years for New York Ranger fans Wednesday night, but he wasn't overly impress- ed with his three-goal perfor- mance. The former Boston Bruins star scored all of his goals in the second period as the Rangers walloped Minnesota North Stars 7-0 in a National Hockey League game. "I wasn't going to Sanderson said of his first goal. "Heck, the scorer made a nice gesture, how much can you The official scorer said the puck went in off Sanderson's right knee after being passed out from the corner by Bill Fairbairn but videotape replays showed the puck went in off the skate of Minnesota defenceman Tom Reid without touching Sanderson. "I tried to get the scorer to change it, but after the third one, Billy (Fairbairn) said to keep the goal because he got an assist and a point is a said Sanderson. SEVEN FOR MONTH Wednesday's goals brought Sanderson's December total to seven. He pelted Minnesota goalie Cesare Maniago with seven shots in the middle pe- riod. Obtained from the Bruins in the off-season, Sanderson struggled through the early part of the season trying to regain the form that made him a star in the late 1960s. He had only five goals at the end of November. Jean Ratelle added a pair of goals for the Rangers, who moved two points in front of third-place New York Islanders in the NHL's Patrick Division. The Islanders were edged 3- 2 by Buffalo Sabres in another game Wednesday. In other games, Chicago Black Hawks downed Detroit Red Wings 7- 5, Toronto Maple Leafs topped Pittsburgh Penguins 6-4, Los Angeles Kings blanked Kan- Chiefs thump Bruins KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Kamloops Chiefs bombarded New Westminster Bruins with 49 shots en route to a 5-2 Western Canada Hockey League victory Wednesday. Kamloops had a wide margin in play in all three periods with only the work of Bruin netminder Gord Laxton stopping them from running up the score. Rob Flockhart and Brad Gassoff each scored twice for Kamloops with Darryl Ferner adding a single marker. Clayton Pachal and Fred Berry replied for New West- minster. The first period was scoreless but Kamloops scored twice in the second to take a 2-0 lead into a wild third period. Laxton came up with 44 saves, 34 of them in the last two periods Kamloops net- minder Mike Priestner was called upon to make only 15 saves with the Bruins manag- ing only two weak shots in the second period. The third period featured five goals and all but one of the penalties. The game broke open at the mark of the third with two fights, resulting in four players being ejected from the game. Bruins took six of 11 minors as the teams split six fighting majors and four game mis- conducts. There was only one minor penalty called in the first two periods. KAMLOOPS 5 NEW WESTMINSTER i First Period: No scoring. Penalty Bradley NW Second Period: 1. Kamloops, Flockhart (Zinger) 1-21; 2. Kamloops, Ferner (Gassoff. Morm) 10-50. Penalties None. Third Period: 3. New Westminster. Pachal (Lofthouse) 1.21, 4. Kamloops, Flockhart (Moores) 10.47. 5. Kamloops, Gassoff (Lyseng, Ferner) 6 Kamloops, Gassoff (Young) 7. New Westminster, Berry (Chipplngdale, Cameron) Penalties Bradley NW, Lyseng, K majors Flockhart K Pachal NW Kerr K 9.48. McNeice NW McAloney K 13-52, Maxwell NW Phlllipoff NW major, game misconduct. Pachal NW double minor, major, game mis- conduct, Zinger K major, game mis- conduct. Robinson K major, Hatheway K double minor, game mis- conduct Ferner_K on goal by New West. 8 2 7 17 Kamlooos 10 19 20-49 Goal Laxton, New Westminster; Priestner, Kamloops. Attendance TITANO ACCORDIONS AT PRUEGGERS 530 5th Street South 'LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM" Phone 329-3151 sas City Scouts 6-0 and Montreal Canadians edged California Golden Seals 4-3. Don Luce scored his 15th and 16th goals of the season for the Sabres, who stopped their longest winless streak of the campaign at three goals. Jerry Korab scored the other Buffalo goal as the Sabres opened a seven-point lead over Boston in the NHL's Adams Division. Cliff Koroll scored the Hawks' winning goal from point-blank range midway in the third period after Detroit overcome a 5-1 deficit to tie the score. Koroll, Ivan Boldirev and Alain Daigle scored twice each for Chicago. Danny Grant and Earl Anderson each had a pair of goals for Detroit. Line shake-up worked just fine THE CANADIAN PRESS A line shuffle at the start of the second period paid big dividends for Phoenix Roadrunners in a World Hockey Association game Wednesday night. After the Roadrunners emerged from the first period with a 1-1 tie, coach Sandy Hu- cul moved Michel Cormier onto a line with Jim Boyd and Don Borgeson. Cormier responded with three goals and an assist to lead the Roadrunners to a 5-3 victory over Vancouver Blazers. Borgeson, who also scored the first Phoenix goal, picked up assists on all three of Cor- mier's goals. Boyd had two assists. Phoenix goalie Gary Kurt extended his record to seven wins and a tie in eight starts, stopping 27 Vancouver shots. The win moved Phoenix to within three points of second- place San Diego Mariners in the WHA's Western Division. Borgeson, a rookie who played with Providence Reds of the American Hockey League last season, had been benched for four games before Wednesday. Hugh Harris, traded to Van- couver by Phoenix earlier this season, Butch Deadmarsh and Bryan Campbell had the Blazer goals. In Wednesday's only other game, Quebec Nordiques Magnusson suspended MONTREAL (CP) Clar- ence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, Wednesday announced a three-game suspension and fine against defenceman Keith Magnusson of Chicago Black Hawks. Magnusson was wearing tape on his right hand during a game at Chicago Sunday night when he was involved in a fight with Chris Oddleifson of Vancouver Canucks. A rule adopted by the NHL last summer states "any player wearing tape or other material on his hands who cuts or inuries an opponent during an altercation shall receive a match penalty." Mr. Campbell said referee Bruce Hodd saw Magnusson's taped right hand and observed Oddleifson was bleeding from the mouth. topped Winnipeg Jets 5-1. The win moved Quebec to within one point of first-place Toronto Toros in the WHA's Canadian Division. The Toros have played two more games than the Nordiques. Defenceman Francois La- combe scored two goals and assisted on a third for the Nor- diques. Serge Bernier, with his 22nd goal of the season, Rich Jordan and Robert Guindon were the other Quebec scorers. An overflow crowd of turned out to see the Jets at The Colisee, which has a seat- ing capacity of only Tonight's schedule has Van- couver at Houston Aeros, Min- nesota Fighting Saints at In- dianapolis Racers, Edmonton Oilers at San Diego and Cleve- land Crusaders at Michigan Stags. ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN. YEAR-END SALE SAVINGS UP TO ON men's made-to-measure top quality cloths superb tailoring Regular values to SALE PRICE the latest shades and patterns 99 or Z for 189 Suit Jackets............7950 ............3250 ............2750 Extra Pants Vests WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF STOCK SUITS AT A GREAT PRE-CHRISTMAS SAVING REG. TO SUITS REG. TO SUITS FOR ONLY FOR ONLY 83 8850 Speciil Showing MEN'S TIES Idul for Gift Giving! 50 500 ft andU A Speciil Value in Men's Blazers In Navy. 50 bgulirly 75.00 FOR ONLY 59 SPECIALI Dress Slacks Plain Shades. tog. 22.50 SPECIAL 14 95 Let us Solve your gift problems with a Gift Certificate. 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