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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 21, 1970 National Hockey League summaries NEW YORK 5 VANCOUVER 1 First Period New York, Fair bairn 3 (Horlon, 2 New York, Selling 3 (Tkoauk, Baton 3. Vancouver Boudrias 1. (Hatoum, Corrlgan) Penallios- Boudrlas, Selling Doak Horton Park Ecjers 15-31, major Hatoum Neil- son Poplel Talon major ct cond Period 4. New York, Slem- kow ki 6 (Nevin) 5. New York, art 5 (KrulicK1) 6. New York, Nevin 9 (Slemkowski, Park] 13 26. Penalties Sociuin, Gilbert Park Kurtenrach Stemkowskl 'Third Period No scoring. Penal- t i. Soiling 1--18, DOdk Park, Quinn majors Shots on goal by Vancouver 7 10 New York.......11 14 17 Attendance CALIFORNIA 7 DETROIT 3 First Period 1. California, CALVIN ON COURSE Calvin Hill (35) of the Dallas Cowboys flys through an opening in the Houston Oiier line io score as the Cowboys walloped the Oilers 52-10 to win the eastern division championship of the National Football League. They'll meet Detroit Lions in the playoffs this Avoid that last minute ush! Give GIFT ERSHIPS Your Friends Will Enjoy The Many Benefits 365 Days a Year! REMEMBER complete details Call The A.M.A. at 32S-1771 lethbridge Branch located Cor. 3rd Avs., 9th 5t, S. belt Second Period 4. Delroit, Harris 1 (Unqer, Bergman) 5. California, S'a Khouse 1 (Hampson, B. Hicke) 6-25; 6. California, E. Hicke 8, Penalties Roberts Rolfe :30, 7, California, Ingar- field 4 (Roberts, E. Hicke) 8. Detroit, Webster 13 (Llbbcf, Delvec- chio) 5-29; 9. Detroil, Mahovlich 12 (Delvecchio, Webster) 10. Cali- fornia, E. Hicke, B (Inrjarfield, Eh- -ian) Penalties Stackhouse 57 Harris Shots on goal by California 13 10 7-30 Detroit 5 8 BOSTON 7 MINNESOTA I First Period 1. Minnesota, Heindo 1 (Rousseau, Burns) Penalties D. Smilh Castiman Gol sworlli Second1 Period 2. McKfii lie 12 (D. Sniilti, Bucyk) nesota, O'Shea 8 (Goldsworthy, Pa he) 4. Boston, Esposlto 29 (M (McKcmlo, Orr} 5. Esposlto 3 (Hodge, Cashman) 18-44. Penalties McKenzIe, Gibbs minors, mnfors Goldsworlhy Cashman Third Period 6. Boston, McKenil 13 (Busyk) 7. Boston, McKenz 14 (Esposlto, Ducyk) 8. Bcstoi Sanderson 13 (Westfall, D. Smith 9. Boston, Green 3 (Hodge, Ei posito) Penalties Barrc Bailey 12-07, Gilbert A' rey Shots on goal by Minnesota 15 10 Boston 13 16 Attendance CHICAGO 2 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period 1. Pittsburgh, Poll 8 (Scnlnkel, Hextall) Penalty- Watson Second Period No scoring. Penal lies Magnuson Smith servei by Bathaate Third Period 2. Chicago, Martit 13 (Srimyr, Pinder) 3. Chicago R. Hull 16 (Mlkita, Magnuson) Penalty Shmyr Shots on goal by Pitlsburgh 6 10 4- Chicago............ 8 12 17- Attendanre Ifi.WS. TORONTO 2 BUFFALO 0 First Period No Per ties Dorey Sittler Wntson Spencer Second Period No scoring. Penal ties MacMillan Talbot Praft 12-0-1. Third Period 1. Toronto, Keen 15 (Monahan, Ley) 2. Toronto, Hen cferson 7 (Ellis) Shots on goal by Buffalo 8 7 Toronto........... 10 13 17- Attendance Minor hockey Tim Richardson picked up his third consecutive shutout and fifth of the season as Ihe Canucks blanked the Falcons 2-0 in Pee Wee action. Gary DeGroot and Robbie Kuntz tallied the lone markers in the contest. Vince Petherbridge's second goal of the contest enabled the Bears to trim the Tigers 3-2 in Pec Wee action. Steve Mickie notched the other Bears marker while Doren Ramage and Mike Tren- tini replied for the Tigers. In Bantam "B" action over the weekend the Mustangs doubled the score on the Coug- ars with a 4-2 victory; the Ran- Siiu Bowl for Georgia Tech EL PASO, Tex. (AP) Geor- gia Tech's Yellow Jackets stopped Texas Tech's vaunted limning attack Saturday and made their first visit to the Sun Bowl football game a success by defeating the Red Raiders 17-9. Georgia Tech dashed Texas Tech's second hah" effort, which liad closed the score to 10-9, when reserve tailback Kevin McNair.ara bulled in from two yards out with remaining in the game. The touchdown was set up by a Red Redder fumble at Texas Tech's 25, recovered by Georgia Tech linebacker Bill Flowers, It took six plays to score. Laker superstar hits plateau ATLANTA (AP) Jerry West, Los Angeles Laker super- star is the fifth player in Na- tional Basketball Association history to reach the mark for a career. West hit his point Sat- urday night with a free throw with remaining in the third quarter of the Los Angeles-At- lanta game won by Los Angeles 116-104. West entered the game need- ing 17 points to hit He scored SC. gers bombed the Bniins 9-0 the Hornets blanked the Eagles 6-0 and the Monarchs edged the Ramblers 3-2. Brian West, Reno Trentini, Bill Ross and Francis DeCoste all rammed in a goal apiece for the Mustangs victory while James Rapuana and Brian Van- Burren tallied for the Cougars. Brian Malacko was hot for the Hornets ramming in three goals leading them to a vio victory over the Eagles. Bruce Mock, John Novak and Brian Thorlacius aided t h e cause with a goal each. Tim McQuaig poked in two goals as he led the Monarchs to victory. Doug Stevens chipped in with a singleton. For the Ramblers Doug Mor- rison and Dale Slusar slapped in a goal apiece in a losing cause. Randy Layden blasted home four goals and Sheldon Kelly three as they both guided the Rangers in the right direction. The Rangers who picked UD a win over the Bruins were also aided by Derek Martin and Gordon Babic who blinked the lights once each. In local Bantam B play, the Seals scored a 3-2 win over the Nuggets. Tony Meli, David Snopek and Jake Vanseters scored for the winners with Mitchell Hall rapping in both goals for the losers. In pee wee play, the Pen- guins downed the Totems 3-1. Takashi, Dave McLellan and Jim Severtson scored for the winners with Doug Snow- den scoring for the Totems, i LOS ANGELES 7 MONTREAL 2 Hirst Period 1. Los Angeles. Mickey 4 (Pulford, Price) 2. Los Angeles, Wlding 7 (Berry, Marotle) Penal lies Trernblcy Rav- llcli double minor Ferguson Second Period 3. Lcs Angeles, Robinson 5 (Pulford, Marolte) 6-30; 4 Los Angeles, Robinson 6 (Pulford, Mar- otte) Col- lins Redmond major 13-24 Price major Curtis Third Period 5. I os Angeles Berry 10 (Wlding, Cohan1, 6 Los Angeles, Lonsberry, 5 (Pulford) 8. Montreal, Tardif 5 (Richard, Trerii- blay) 9. Montreal, Cournoyer 17 (Bellveau, Mahovlicli) Penalties Rochefcrt 5-55, Hogan- 311 Ferguson Shots on goal by ..lontreat........... 10 10 Los Angeles U 13 Attendance TORONTO A BUFFALO 2 First Period 1. Buffalo, Anderson r (Goyetle, Marshal1) 2. Toron- to, Henderson 8 (Pelyk, Ullman) Penalty Baun Second Period 3. Toronto, Keen 16, Penalties Ullman, Krako Third Perld 4. Toronto, Arm- Buffalo, Meehan (Duff, Perra'uIO 6. Toronto, Ullman 14 [Pelyk) Penalties Pratt Bond Duff Shots on goal by Toronto............ 11 11 Buffalo............. 12 9 Attendance BOSTON 7 ST. LOUIS 1 First Period 1. Boston, McKenrlc 10 (Stantleld) 2. Boston, Hodge 18 (Cashman, Esposilo1) Penalty Second Period 3. Boston, Cash- man 8 (Hodge, Esposlto) 4. Bos- ton, McKenzIe 11 (Stanticld, Orr) 5. Boston, Cashman 9 (Esposito, Hodge) 18-49. Penalties Green Barclay Plager St. Louis bench R. Smith Orr Suth- erland Third Period 6. St. Louis, Lorcntz 9 (Ecclestone, St. Marseille) 7. Boston, Stanflcld 10 (Cashman, AAc- Kenile) 8. Boston, Sanderson 11 (Bailey) Penalties McKen- lie 6-37, R. Smith 10M1, Ec- clestohc Awrey St. Mar- seille, Platra misconduct, game mis- conduct, Roberts misconduct Shots' on goal by Boston 11 1? 4-31 St. Louis........10 8 Attendance PITTSBURGH 9 DETROIT 1 First Period 1. Pitfsburgh, Kes- sell 1, 2. Pittsburgh, Rupp 2 Schinkel) Penalties-r Harris 1 :d4, Pittsburgh bench Sather Second Period 3. Pittsburgh, Wat- son 1 (Boyer) 0-14; 4. Detroit, Unger 8, 5. Pittsburgh, Sather 5 (Mo CaiiurrO 6. Pittsburgh, Hextall 7 (Woytowlch, Ruppl Penalties :tall Bergman Watson Third Period 7. Pittsburgh, Polls 6, 8. Pittsburgh, McCreary 1 i (Boyer, McCallum) 9-37; 9. Pitts- burgh, Sather 6 (Pronbvost, Kessell) 13-14; 10. Pittsburgh, Polis 7 (Schin- kel, Morrison) jors, minors 11 8 19-39 1 Hexlall, Uricjer Shots on goal by Detroit i Pittsburgh 12 Attendance NEW YORK 5 MINNESOTA 3 First Period -r- 1. New York, Ra- telle 16 (Selling, Brown) 2. Min- nesota, Goldsworthy 5 (Reid, Parlse) Penalties Goldsworthy Park 11-12, Harvey Second Period 3. New York, Ra- telle 17 (Gilbert, Egers) 4. New York, Neilson 2 (Tkaczuk, Selling Penalties Stemkcwskl Third Perlcd 5. Minnesota, Grant 14 (Harvey, Reid) 6. New York, Irvine 9 (Ncvln, Stcrnkowski) 7. Minnesota, Giant 1 (Drouln) 8. New York, Ncvln 8 (Ratelle) Penallies None Shots on gcal by Now York 12 15 linn BSE) !a 12 7 28 Attendance LOS ANGELES 2 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period l. Philadelphia, Johnson 7 (Bernier, Lesuk) Penalties Morrison, Lonsberry 0-14, Lonsberry Heiskala minor, rinn- for, major Second Period 2. Philadelphia, Clarke 11 (Ashebec. Lacrotx) 3. Los Angeles, Heganson 1 Uoyall 11-47. Pmnltifx? _ Flelt Third Period 4. Los Angeles, La- bossiere 9 (Lonsberry, Flett) Penalties Watson Pittsburgh bench served by Lacroix Hlllman 15; 55. Shots on goal by Philadelphia 8 7 Los Angeles 6 17 37 Attendance LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S.-Telephone 328-4214 Features the Largest Selection of Styles and Colors in: FT CH AI SWIVEL ROCKERS ROCKER RECUNERS ROCKERS Now at Open Wednesday afternoon, Thursday tincl Friday Ml! 9 p.m. 326 5lh Street South lethbridge Phone 327-8578 Last Minute Gift Order for the "GREEN THUMB in the family BETTER WAYS TO SUCCSSFUL GARDENING iii Western Canada 'by Isabelle R. Young and Charles Young Featuring: 326 Pages Chock Fuii of Useful Information plants to survive our winters dates and soil mixtures and Outdoors and Cold Frames and Landscaping Gardens and Lily Ponds Plants and Gift Plants Plus much, much more. A Must For the Beginner Revelation for the Experienced Available The for only Herald Or if you wish copy sent to send to cover mailing and handling ;