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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Rustlers, Stamps win Kings paste Cougars in strong performance HOCKEY HISTORY Coptain Jean Beliveau two steps away from scoring the 500th goal of National Hockey League career Thursday night in Montreal. Beliveau scored three times to pace the Canadiens to a 6-2 win over Minnesota North Stars. He became only the fourth man in history to score 500 goals and is also the highest scoring centre ice- man in history._________________________ "Boys will be boys" says woman security officer Athletes arriving for Winter Games By GORDON GRANT SASKATOON (CP) "Boys especially from will be boys, Quebec." That was the comment from a woman security officer on duty in the athletes village of the Canada Whiter-Games set up in an unused department store. The boys are on flie upper floors and girls on the main floor. Athletes began moving in Thursday and %yitbin a couple of hours of the first arrivals the security officer had to shoo some of the Quebec boys out of girls' trailers. The trailers, some rented and some donated by a local dealer, are used for girls' headquarters and are strictly out of bounds to boys. Similarly, tents on the second and third floors which bouse the boys are off limits to girls. Jim Miley, superintendent of the village, said he moved two girls from the tents, but "these are mainly young kids and we don't expect any hanky panky." However, just to make sure no problems of fraternization arise, security officers are posted on each floor on a 24- hour-a-day basis. In all there are 110 campers and trailers, truck sleeping two and some three. Additionally, washers and dryers, irons and a sewing serv- ice are offered free to the girls. Upstairs, there are 180 tents, some on loan from the armed forces and others from commer- cial outlets. When all the athletes arrive, probably sometime today, there Rookie more excited about Beliveau's goal will be 980 housed in the village with the overflow scattered about the city in nurses resi- dences and colleges. A total of athletes will take part in 16 sports. Basket- ball starts the Games today al- though they won't be opened of- ficially by Prime Minister Tru- deau until tonight. They end Sunday, Feb. 21. HAS HOSPITAL Bv LLOYD YAMAGISHI HeraM Sports Writer The Lethbridge. Sugar Kings gave the Calgary Mount Royal Cougars their second consecu- tive shellacking as they belted the visiting club 9-4 in Alberta Junior "A" Hockey League ac- tion last night. Tuesday night the Kings travelled to Calgary and whip- ped the host club 13-4. THe Kings strengthened their hold on second place with the victory as they move live points ahead of the Cougars. In last nights affair the Kings held period scores of 2-0 and skating to an easy victory. The two clubs missed fine opportunities throughout the three periods but both goalies came up with some fine saves stopping shots at point-blank John Davidson, Kings net- minder was especially sharp last night robbing his attackers on more than one occassion, SCORES THREE Ken Dodd the lanky left-wing- er also had a good night as be paced the Kings with his first hat-trick of the season. George McOrea and Len Chalmers chipped in with two goals each while Fraser Rob- ertson and Lannie McDonald rounded out the scoring. For the Cougars Al Pollack notched two markers while Cliff Hendrickson and Ian Hunter added a goal apiece. Davidson kicked out 27 shots in the Kings net while Gordon Lealke was called on to han- dle 30. In the three periods of play the Cougars picked up seven of scored three goals in the sec- ond period and defeated Ed- monton Movers 5-3 Thursday night. Edmonton led 2-1 after the first period, but Ponoka had a 5-2 lead going into the third. Ed Lychuk, Tom Clark, Mar- cel Comeau, Daryl WalUs and Ray Bansley notched single markers for Ponoka. The Movers got their goah from Blane McLeod, Gord Gamble and Jim Miller. Ponoka drew 13 penalties in- cluding two 10 minute mis- conducts and a game miscon- duct. Edmonton took nine mi- nor penalties. Jerry Thomas in the nets saved 20 of 23 shots tnd Brian Banks mate 42 saves for Edmonton. Cougars clinch playoff berth Foreign Car (Leth.) Ltd. APPOINTMENT By THE CANADIAN PRESS The 22-year-old rookie who set up Jean Beliveau's 500th Na- tional Hockey League goal was more excited about the historic mark than Beliveau himself. "When I was a kid I had Beli- veau and Frank Mahovh'ch for my said Phil Roberto. "I never dreamed I'd ever get to play on a line with them. And, as for assisting on Jean's 500th goal, it's just too much. But it's terrific." Roberto's drop-pass set up the Montreal Canadiens' team cap- tain for his 500th career goa and third of the game for a 6-: Montreal win over Minnesota North Stars Thursday night. Mr. Casey Vanderbrink, Presi- dent of Foreign Car (Leth.) ltd. wishes lo announce the appoint- ment of Mr. Bob Williams as Sales Representative. Bob has lived in South Alberta oil his life and is eager to ossist you on your foreign ear Inquir- ies. Bob wishes to welcome all his friends and acquaintances Jo come in and pay him a visit. Tliis story not f luiny DELTA, B.C. (CP) Hocke) is a tough game to referee even at the amateur level. Mar vin McLeod, 34, of DelU learned it the hard way Wed nesday. McLeod told police he wa refereeing an amateur game i his community south of Van couver when he penalized Burnaby player in the secon period. The player, enraged, punche McLeod twice, and McLeo called an end to the game. He said the player foUowe him into the referees' room an again attacked him. McLeo sought refuge in an arena o [ice, but was again chased an struck. Finally, he managed to ma Ills way back to the referee room where he took shelter b hind a locked door until t player left the building. I No charges were laid. In the only other game, Eddie estfall got three goals to lead oston Bruins in a 5-3 victory er St. Louis Blues. MVEAU CALM Beliveau was much less ec- tatic than the rookie right inger from Niagara Falls, Ont. "Well, of course, I knew that was getting close to the 500 said the 39-year-old vet- an who is playing in his 18th season. "But I honestly didn't think uch about it until I got my second goal of the game, which lade my total count 499." Left winger Frank Mahoylich Iso was happy to have assisted n Beliveau's big score. "I'm getting pretty good a yetting up these career aid the Big M. "I also assisted n Gordie Howe's 700th goa I played with him in De troit." Mahovlich could be the nex player to join the exclusive 600 ;oal club. Beliveau became onlj he fourth member. Howe, former Canadiens sta Maurice (Rocket) Richard, am iobby Hull of Chicago Blac lawks are the other players t have reached the plateau. Mahovlich and Norm Ullman of Toronto Maple Leafs, each with career totals of 410 and Alex Delvecchio of Detroit Red Wings with 409, are the nearest to making 500. Mahovlich also picked u p a goal Thursday night, his 20th of the season, and the Canadiens got steady goaltending from Ro- gatien Vachon who stopped a penalty shot by Minnesota's Jude Drouin. The North Stars were awarded the shot by referee Dave Newell after defenceman Jacques Laperriere grabbed the puck in his own goal crease. John Ferguson and J.C Tremblay got the other Mont real goals and Bill Goldsworthy cored twice for Minnesota. The Blues held Boston to a 2-2 tie after two periods at St. Louis before Westfall broke into the clear for the second of his three ;oals at of the final period. !e scored his third less than ive minutes later and Ken lodge got another to sew up the Jrums' victory. Westfall's second goal came while the Bruins were short- 18th such goal :his season. They have already passed the previous record of 14 shorthanded goals scored by Chicago in the 1964-65 season. League action continues to- night with Detroit Red Wings visiting Vancouver Canucks and California Golden Seals at Buf- falo to meet the Sabres. MONTREAL 6 MINNESOTA 2 First Period 1. Montreal, Bell- veau 16 (Harper, Laperriere 2 Montreal, Beliveau 17, 3. Min- nesota, Goldsworthy 16 (Drouin} Penalties Ferguson Houle P Mahovlich misconduct Grant, Roberto 13.47. Second Period 4. Montreal, Beli- veau 18 (Robf-rto, F. Mahovlich) 6.-I2; 5 Montreal, F. Mahovlich 20 (Beli- v'eao Lapointe} 10.41; 6. Montreal, Tremblav 5 (Lapointe, P. Mahovlichl 1716 Penalty Goldsworthy Third Period 7. Montreal, Fergu- son 10, 8. Minnesota, Golds- worthy 17 (Barrett, Drouin) Pen- alties Ferguson double minor. Law- son? O'Brien, Larose Tardif Roberto Shots on goal by Minnesota ...........IS Montreal 7 15 05TON 5 ST. LOUIS 3 First period 1. Boston, Sander- on 19 (Carleton, Awrey) 2. Boston, Westfall IS (Sanderson, Carle- on) 3. St.' Louis, Morrison 13 Unger, Huck) Sanderson minor, misconduct Smith Second Period 4. St. Louis, Cam ron 8 (Bordeleau) Penalties- Third Period 5. Boston, Weslfal 6, 6. Boston Westfall 17 (Awrey Carleton) 7. Boston, Hodge 34 [Bucyk, Esposilo) 8. St. Lou St. Ma'SelMe 1! Pen ,Hle5 _ Awrey Lorentl Shots on goal by Boston I' H-31 St. Louis.........IS 11 5-31 In the village there's a six-bed hospital, a physiotherapy room, a weight room for the wrestlers, and a ski-waxing room as well as a mixed recrea- tion area. Most of Saskatoon's doctors have agreed to provide services free to athletes while about 200 nurses will also give their time at the 10 Games venues around town and at Blackstrap Moun- tain, 25 miles out of the city. The Games' flame arrived Thursday afternoon after a trip from Ottawa and everything appeared set for the opening. However, Gerry Beaudry, 45, assistant general manager, said: "I still keep feeling some- thing disastrous can happen at any minute." There had been one minor problem keeping snow on the top of the mountain because the wind kept blowing it off. Snow- making machines were working day and night and general man- ager Earle Bowman said "we seem to be winning the adding that "we lose about 50 UJC 12 minor penalties assessed. Terry Wedderbum scored three goals to lead the Rustlers to a 7-3 win over the EdmonVn Maple Leafs last night. RUSTLERS LEAD The win gave the Rustlers a three-point lead over the second- place Lethbridge Sugar Kings and foiled Edmonton's chances for a playoff spot. The Leafs, ahead of Ponoka Siampeders by 11 points, need a win or tie in six remaining games to make the playoffs. 'Wedderburn's goals, one in the first period and two in the second, helped wipe out an early 2-0 Maple Lead lead. Wayne Savin, Wynn Demp- ster, Lome Bartel and Leo Mc- Dougall were the other Red Deer scorers. Dale Bowler, Phil Blake and Jim Carr re- plied for the Leafs. Larry Hendricks of the Leafs stopped 25 shots including 14 in the first period. Red Deer's Dale Kenwood stopped 33. Five players hit for double] figures as the Catholic Central Cougars belted the Cardston Cougars 86-63 in Southern Al- berto "A" Boys' Basketball League action at Catholic Cen- tral Thursday evening. Cal Poirier led the way for the Cougars of Catholic Cen- tral with 19 points. Roger Rei- lander chipped in with 16 while John Dudas added an even dozen. Randy Hoyer and Lyle Gallant completed the double- figure scorers each with 10 points. For Cardston, who trailed 45- 38 at half time, Jack Rasmus sen hooped 18 with Data Lea vitt adding 17. Perry Irishman finished the evening with 15. The victory for Catholic Cen tral evened their season recort at