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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHMIOCI HHAID WtdrnMtay, Nbrvory 10, 1971 Toronto hit hardest by Campbell Fines empty players' pockets OOPS! Pittsburgh Penguins' goalie AI Smith made the original stop on a hard slapshot by Jacques Lemaire of Montreal Canadiens -only to see puck trickle through his legs and into the net. Lemaire scored two goals to pace Canadiens -to a 4-1 win Tuesday over the fifth-place Penguins. Did the best in college draft Bombers landed five choices WINNIPEG (CP) The team with the worst record in the Ca- nadian Football League last season did much better in the CFL's draft in college players Tuesday, getting five of the seven players they had hoped for. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, who had first choice because of their last-place finish in the Western losing side in the Grey Cup traded away then- first pick to Saskat- chewan Roughriders, but through other deals were enti- tled to the first choices of To- ronto Argonauts, Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats and Montreal Al- ouettes. Drafting fifth, seventh and ninth, they picked defensive Snowmobile races set The Coaldale Fish and Game Association will stage a North West Snowmobile Association sanctioned race meet Sunday Feb. 28. Races in all classes includ- ing powder puff and junior will be run off. The track for the meet is five miles east of Coal- dale and two miles south of highway three. There are 51 trophies up for grabs in the one-day meet. Registration is set for 9-11 Sunday morning of the race with a penalty for late en- tries. Races are scheduled for a one o'clock start. back Peter Ribbins from acquired by Saskatche- University of Ottawa, Bob mer, quarterback of the followed by picking dian champion University Eccles, a linebacker from Manitoba Bisons and John while B.C. Lions, se- thier, a tackle from third, took Archie Mc- Defensive back Brian a tackle from Simon Fra- nelly of Simon Fraser sity was the first player of the more than New for WINNIPEG (CP) In a east will continue to use year experiment, the playoff system. Amateur Hockey year's tournament, a has switched from the single round-robin af- system to a four-team beginning April 15, will ment final to decide the league champions from ern Canada senior Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta Senior Leagues, Earl Dawson, president the Western International the CAHA, announced League, which takes in that Yorkton, Sask., has from British Columbia awarded the 1971 the western senior cham- in which in prize Spokane Jets. would be up for the champion will Dawson said if the in prize money, ment sj'Stem proves the runner-up will pocket the organization will press and the third- and fourth- its adoption in eastern finishers will earn next year. Until then, he The winner will repre- the west in the Allan CUD olavoffs asainst the eastern se- FLEMING '67 DODGE V3, 4-dr., auto. jj-T 10Q ONLY FLEMING '67 CHEV. BISCAYNE 2-dr., auto., V8, tl 1 QO p. brakes. ONLY Of, FLEMING '66 FORD GAIAXIE 500 V8, 4-dr., auto., radio. ONLY USED CAR DISPLAY Cor. 20th SI. and 3rd Ave. S Cor. 10th St. and 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 Committee seeks code SAPPORO, Japan (AP) A committee of the International Ski Federation will meet in the United States Feb. 20 to work out a code governing the kind of advertisements athletes can ap- pear hi and still keep their ama- teur standing. Marc Hodler, president of the UTS, said Tuesday this probably j will be the next development in a continuing effort to satisfy Avery Brundage, president of the International Olympic Com- mittee, that skiers are pure enough to compete in the Olym- pic Games. If the two groups can't agree, Hodler said, "the worst alterna- tive would be that there is no more skiing at all in the Olym- pic program." Hodler said the committee nior champion. In the past, the western hockey champion was decided by the playoff system with the Manitoba champ meeting Sas- katchewan's best and Alberta playing off against .B.C. As well as the prize money, the CAHA will put up travelling expenses, meals and a hotel al- lowance for the teams. 200 eligible players were picked in nine rounds. "Yes, we're most pleased vith the draft general manager Earl Lunsford of the Bombers said afterwards. "We got five of the top seven players we hoped to get." Edmonton Eskimos had two irst-round choices, picking Mel Smith, a flanker from the Uni- versity of Alberta, and Cam iinis, a centre from Queen's Jniversity. Saskatchewan took 3111 Manchuk, a defensive back i-om the University of Alberta. While most clubs were gener- ally satisfied with the way the draft went, the Bombers were particularly happy, especially vith the acquisition of place- kicker Wally McKee from the [Jniversity of Manitoba. McKee, considered one of the 'inest kickers m Canadian col- ege ranks last season, was the [irst pick in the fourth round. "He'll get a good Luns- ford said of McKee, "all of our draft picks will get good shots at camp." Four days of CFL meetings began Tuesday with the nine general managers conferring most of the day on items to be submitted to the league's execu- tive meeting later in the week. All meetings are being helc behind closed doors with little news expected before the execu- tive committee gets together Thursday.. meeting wll last two days and probably will be at Sugar Mountain in Maine, where World Cup skiing competition will begin Feb. 19. Brundage has said that skiers' participation in advertising for equipment manufacturers makes them professionals rather than amateurs. Ramos forced to bow out LOS ANGELES (AP) For- mer lightweight champion Mando Ramos was forced Tues- day to bow out of his 15-rounc title fight with the reigning champion Ken Buchanan o! Scotland Friday night. Ruben Navarro of Los Angeles was signed as a substitute. Promoter Aileen Eaton saic Ramos will be matched with the winner. Ramos suffered a pulled groin in a workout several days ago and has been unable to train. Navarro is rated the No. 3 contender in the 135-pound divi sion by both the World Boxing Council and World Boxing Asso ciation. He has a 25-2-2 record and has stopped 12 opponents. By AL, MCNEIL MONTREAL (CP) Toronto Maple Leafs were the big los- ers Tuesday as president Clar- ence Campbell levied almost in fines against players from five National Hockey League teams for recent bench- clearing incidents. Of the five teams involved, Toronto was the only one to catch a club fine against the Leafs' management for failure to control its players on the bench. The incidents involved a Jan. 23 brawl at I-os Angeles when the Leafs were visiting the Kings; a Jan. 24 battle at De- troit when Vancouver Canucks visited the Red Wings; and an altercation Dec. 12 in Philadel- phia when several members of Boston Bruins became involved with some Flyers' fans. In the Leafs-Kings brawl, in- dividual Toronto players were hit for Defenceman Bob Baun got an automatic fine for a misconduct penalty, while 13 team-mates were each fined for leaving their bench to join in a fight. Those assessed for their third offence of the season were: goaltender Bruce Gam- ble, now with Philadelphia, de- fencemen Rick Ley, Brad Sel- wood, Jim Dorey and Jim Me- Kenny and-forwards Norm U1I- man, George Armstrong, Guy Trottier, Jim Harrison, Brian Spencer, Paul Henderson and Ron Ellis. KINGS TAGGED Bill Flett of Los Angeles re- ceived an automatic fine with his misconduct penalty. Defenceman Paul Curtis re- ceived the same assessment, plus for leaving the play- ers' bench. Defenceman Dale Hoganson was fined for being the first player to leave the Los An- geles bench to join the fight. Other Los Angeles players nicked for fines were goalie Jack Norris, defenceman Noel Price, forwards Real Lemieux, Mike Byers, Gord Labossiere, Doug Robinson, Larry Mickey, Lucien Grenier, Juha Widing, Bob Berry, Butch Goring and A] McDonough. As a result of the Detroit-Van- couver mixup, Wings' defence- man Gary Bergman was as- sessed for a miscon- duct penalty, plus an automatic fine of S100 for leaving the pen- alty box. Ron Harris of Detroit re- ceived a misconduct worth plus an automatic fine of for a game misconduct, plus an additional for being the first player to leave the Detroil part of the penalty box. Detroit's Gary Hart got a fine that included a misconduct a game misconduct penalty am for leaving the players bench. GOALIE FINED Rookie Detroit netminder Jim Rutherford was fined fo leaving his crease to join the action and Garry Unger, Torr Webster, Alex Delvecchio, Don Ontario drops show bet TORONTO (CP) The show of the cautious bet- today on Jockey Club thoroughbred tracks in Ontario with the announcement of a re- vised system of wagering. The Star, in a dispatch from Los Angeles quoting E. P. Tay- lor, chairman of the Jockey Club's board of directors, said exactor betting would be ex- tended to cover seven of the nine races each day at Wood- bine, 'Greenwood and Fort Erie tracks and that England's two- way betting system would be in- troduced. Jockey Club officials here not immediately available for comment. Under the new system, the gambler will have the opportu- nity to bet the daily double on the first two races, a feat which requires the picking of the win- UNIOR 'A' HOCKEY IETHBRIDGE ARENA THURSDAY, FEB. llth P.M. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs CALGARY MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS ADMISSION PRICES- ADIKTS S1.25 STUDENTS .75b with cardt CHIIDREN Advcincn Tickolt on Salt! rit Simpsons-Soon Thursday 2-6 p.m. Mosca remanded without plea VANCOUVER fCP) Angc- lo Mosca. the double threat of the football field and the wrest- j ling ring, Tuesday was re-i manded without plea to Feb. 16 on a charge of creating a clis-1 turbance by swearing in a pub- lie place. The 33-year-old Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats' star was arrcsfcd Monday night after what police described as a disturbance. Police said they handed Mos- ca a traffic ticket for illegal hitchhiking and he became ob- noxious and began swearing. Officers said they warned him several times In slop and Mien tank him into custody. ner of both races to pay off. On the next seven races, he may bet an exactor in whid success calls for the successfu choice of the first two horses in each the precise ordei of finish. Win betting will continue in it's present fornt, but placi wagering changes completely. Under the new system, when there are eight or more horse in a race, a place bet will b cashed if it is on a horse tha finishes first, second or third. I there are seven or fewer horses the horse bet to place must fin ish first or second. In harness racing, the Jocke Club earlier added an exacto and a quinella. The club no 4. Vancou- ver, Paiement 14 5. Buffalo, An- derson 8 (Goyette, Marshall) Penalties Sequin Barrie larrie Sequin Third Period 6. Buffalo, Duff Meehan, Barrte) 7. Vancouver, Cullen 11 (Seguin, Doak) B. Van- couver, Paiement IS (Maki) 9. Vancouver, Paiement, 16 (Maki, WIN kins) Penalties Tallon Tallon major, Krake major Shots on goal MONTREAL 4 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period 1. Montreal, P. Mah- ovlich 23 (F, Mahovllch, Laperriere) Penalties McCreary Bou- chard Blackourn, Roberto Second Period 2. Montreal, Le. malre 19 (Richard, Tremblay) 3 Pittsburgh, Polls 16 (Apps, Pronovost) 4 Penalties Blackburn Har- Montreal bench minor, ser. ved by Houle Third Period i. Montreal, Lemaire 20 (Houlel 5. Montreal, Tardif 14 (Beliveau. Rcehefort) Penal ties _ Blackburn Zalne, Fergu son, Lapolnte Shots en goal by Pittsburgh..........H 11 Montreal BOSTON 6 NEW YORK 3 First Period 1. Boston, Orr 25 {Esposito, Hodge) 2. New York Gilbert 22 (Park, Ratelle) Pen tv- _ Green Second Period 3. New York, Tkfic zuk }f> (Balon, Nellson) 4. Bos ton, Esposito Hodge) 6-30; 5. New York, Tkaczuk 17 (Fair bairn, Selling) 6. Boston, Bucyk 34 (Orr, Hodge) Penalties Stanfteld Green Sanderson misconduct Morton Third Period 7. Boston, Cashman 7 (Esposito, Hedge) B. Boston Cashman 18 (Esposito, Hodgel 9 Boston, Orr 26 (Hodqe, Esposito, Penalty Marcotte Shots on goal by New If Boston ............H 9 ST. LOUIS 3 TORONTO 3 First Period Toronto, Ullman 21 (Henderson, Pelyk 2. Toronto Keon 28 (Monohan) 3. St. Louis Cameron 6 (Bordeleau, Selby) Penalties .Snencer St. Louir bench MacMIIlan B. Pla ger Ley 20, W. Plaaer 20. Second Period 4. Toronto, Me Kenney 3 (Pelvk, Ullman) 5. St Louis, Cameron 7 (McCroary, Crisp Penalties Sabourin, minor, mis conduct Baun Monohan Huck Third Period 6. St. Louis, Borde leau 14 (Lorentz, R. Piager) Pen alfy Dorey Shots on goal by toum Ray Mike Corri- ;an, Ted Taylor and Poul Po- piel. Because of the incident in Philadelphia, Derek Sandreson was fined "as the prime in- stigator of the incident." For leaving their players' bench and entering the public seating area to fight with the spectators, Campbell fined Bos- who was credited with Garnett Bailey be- on all six Bruins goals. "It's it was the third time this a finesse line. We have to he had left the bench to people over to get to the RANGERS OUTSHOT Carleton, John Mc- The Rangers outshot and Dan Schock were Jruins 43-40 in the game fined because it was fought hard to hold Boston to second exodus, and Wayne 1-1 tie at the end of the first period and 3-3 at the end of will pay because it was his first offence. fines will be deducted But the big Bruin line the players' salaries and through for two be remitted to the NHL ;oals by Cashman and one Emergency Fund. Bobby Orr. It was Orr's second goal the night and his 26th of the season. Esposito got his 47th wins in the second Centre Walt Tkaczuk was the outstanding Ranger with two goals in the berth jeriod. The Rangers pulled goalie Giles Villemure for an extra (Special) -Clarence Leeck of Picture ;acker in the final minute, and his rinlc won .the the tactic failed when six Royal Canadian got his second goal into curling championship empty net, and Orr beat here recently. mure 17 seconds later for with teammates Allan final David Parker and Cy- The Bruins stretched their Noble, stopped Gordon defeated streak to 10 games of High River in the their home-ice unbeaten final. to Picture Butte foursome Vancouver, missing the won the A section title and ership of injured captain Orland Kurtenbach, had a High River in the show down final. Jones won the first guy for one night at least but Leeck came back Paiement went wild with a victory in the second spree of checking and scoring. The four goals ran his and will represent this zone at Grande Prairie Feb. 20. total to six includes every- His first goal tied Hie from the Saskatchewan 1-1 in the first period and to the B.C. border south second in the second High River to the U.S.-Can- gave the Canucks t 3-1 border. The Sabres, led by two winners who ad- from Dick Duff came back to the zone final in- tie it 3-3 in the third period Cardston, Redcliff, Paiement banged two more Biver and Picture Butte. hind Buffalo goalie Roger Nobleford Branch of the zier to put the: game out Canadian Lgeion No. 257 the two-day event. 1 ELRICH TIRE [1 SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East LEAGUE W L T F A Pit Portland 33 11 5202 141 71 W L T F A Diego 22 21 8 171 172 52 Boston 38 8 7 260 139 21 23 7 177 187 49 New York .33 12 10177128 18 21 12180175 48 Montreal 25 17 11 187152 17 21 140 157 40 Toronto It 24 4 186 157 Lake City 16 30 4 159 197 34 Detroit 15 29 8 1-12 197 SCORES Bu talo 14 29 10 136 201 Vancouver 16 32 S 144197 4 Pittsburgh 1 West 6 New York 3 Chicago 36 12 6199125 6 Buffalo 3 St. Louis 22 IS 15144136 Philadelphia 20 24 9 141 157 Minnesota .18 23 12126153 9 Nashville 1 Pittsburgh 17 24 13148 149 Los Angeles 15 25 11 153 191 4 Seattle 2 California 15 35 3 132 193 NHL S Omaha 2 Ontario Senior G A Pts 8 Woodstock 1 Esposito, Bos 47 58 105 Senior Orr Bos 26 63 89 6 Yorkton 4 Hodge, Bos 33 48 81 Canada Bucyk. Bos 33 41 74 3 Regina 1 R. Hull, Chi 34 35 69 5 Calgary 4 Ullman, Tor 28 39 67 8 Saskatoon 4 Cashman, Bos 18 43 61 Junior Keon. Tor 2R 29 57 Kildonan 7 St. James 3 Ratelle, NY 22 33 55 Junior TkaciuK, NY 17 36 S3 6 Reqina 5 Junior ALBERTA 5 Edmonton 4 W L T F A 12 Calgary 4 Red Deer 22 B 8174 134 BASKETBALL Lethbridge 23 12 5200123 Calgary 21 14 6 201 185 120 Baltimore 11! Edm Leafs 21 18 4 195 186 107 Detroit 106 Ponoka 15 23 3 150179 114 New York 109 Edm. Movers 8 32 4 144 256 Angeles 116 Cleveland 111 nto St. Louis IS 11 B.C. CHAMPION KfflBERLEY, B.C. (CP) Gordon Moore of Victoria pick- ed up a point in the 10th end today to edge Roy Stone's Trail rink 7-6 and capture the Brit- ish Columbia senior men's curl- ing championship. Stone had taken a three- point lead in the seventh end, but Moore fought back to tie it in the ninth. 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