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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbruary It, 1974-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-15 Kainai Gloves underway Boxers fling away Knocked his-block off RICK ERVIN photo It seems as though Ernie Ahachuk of the Gordon Boxing Club (right) knocked Jimmy Manceau's (left) head off with a wicked punch. Manceau of the Browning Boxing Club was lucky enough to avoid this blow, but couldn't seem to get out of the way of others as he dropped the 85-lb. decision to Ahachuk in one of 23 bouts staged in the first day of the Kainai Gloves amateur boxing card Friday night. More action is slated for today at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. Detroit Red Wings continue to look like the joke of the NHL season By GLENN COLE Canadian Press Staff Writer Detroit Red Wings continued to look like the joke of the 1973-74 season Friday night at the Montreal Forum. The Red Wings, who have used six goaltenders this season and have made numerous other changes, dropped a 9-4 National Hockey League game to Montreal Oilers need excuses, but Gordie Howe doesn't CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association keep looking for in their longstanding slump bat Gordie Howe of Houston Aeros keeps proving he doesn't need any. Howe struck for three goals in the first two periods Friday night to lead the Aeros to a M victory over Los Angeles Sharks as Houston remained 12 points ahead of the second- place Minnesota Fighting Saints. He opened scoring after only 20 seconds of play and helped the streaking Aeros, who have nine points more than New England Whalers who lead the Eastern Division, to a 5-3 margin before the second period ended. Howe now has 25 goals. New England regained sole possession of top spot in the East by whipping Edmonton 7- 3 In other games, Minnesota moved two points ahead of Winnipeg by whipping the Jets 7-1 on the strength of a three- goal performance by Mike Walton and the last-place New Jersey Knights downed Cleveland Crusaders 6-2. Toronto Toros, idle Friday, have a chance to regain a share of top spot in the East ALBERTA AMATEUR BOXING KAINAI GLOVES .SATURDAY, FEB. 16th, 1974 P.M. FINALS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION ALBERTA JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE ACTION SUNDAY NkmryUIti LETHBRIDGE LONGHORNS RED DEER RUSTLERS GAME TIME- p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE FREE HOCKEY PROGRAMS 12 HOCKEY STICKS WILL BE DRAWN FOR when they play Chicago Cougars tonight. Quebec Nordiques, the third club in the race for the Eastern Division lead, meet Cleveland in the other game. Houston 6 Los Angeles 4 Jim Sherritt chipped in with two goals for Houston and Mark Howe, with his 26th added the other. Tom Serviss, Reg Thomas, Ron Garwasiuk and Gary Veneruzzo tallied for the Sharks. New England 7 Edmonton 3 In Edmonton, the Oilers dropped their sixth game in a row and their ninth in 11 starts but remained fourth in the Western Division. They trailed 4-0 after the first period as seldom-used Tom Earl collected two goals and Larry Pleau and John Cunniff earned one each Chris Worthy started in goal for Edmonton and left after the outburst. "It's hard to get used to being behind three or four goals in the first said Edmonton captain Al Hamilton, an allstar defenceman who played more than 40 minutes again Friday night. Oiler officials have blamed injuries to key personnel for their .slump. The other New England marksmen were Hugh Harris, Tim Sheehy and John French. Brian McKenzie, Ken Baird and Bob Wall scored in the third period for the Oilers, who were feeble in the first two. TMMtt on Mta to CiBi neon to pjn. wtl JPWpT Satardejr, Feb. 1M> horn anlUMt et the tender. Minor hockey The Flyers blanked the Falcons 4-4 behind Faron Ellis' three-goal performance Friday night. Darren Moroz chipped in a single marker to help Ron Moline register his sixth shutout of the season in the nets The Vikings scored two unanswered goals in the first period and defeated the Penguins 6-3. Manro Catloni scored twice in the final period to carry tbe ACT. Bantam Reps past the Lakers 4-3. Canadiens before fans. Meanwhile, Boston Bruins skated to a 3-0 lead in the first period and went on to defeat Vancouver Canucks 4-2 in tie only other game. "It was a laugher, "said coach Scotty Bowman after Montreal snapped a two-game losing streak with its third win over Detroit in four meetings this season. Defenceman John Van Box- meer, brought up from Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the Hockey League when a rash of injuries hit the Canadiens defence corps, scored his first NHL goal on a power-play in the third period. "It would be nice to play the power said Van Box- meer. "But really, it's nice just to play." Detroit goalie Doug Grant stopped 19 while Wayne Thomas kicked aside 33 in the Montreal goal. The Canadiens jumped to a 1-0 lead with 10 seconds gone in the first period on a goal by Yvan Cournoyer and scored four more before the session ended, all of them resulting from Detroit defensive miscues. Cournoyer added another goal early in the third period, taking a breakaway pass from Chuck Lefley. Thomas also picked up an assist on the play, his second of the year. Frank Mahovlich also had a pair of goals for Montreal with Guy Lapointe, Lefley, Henri Richard and Peter Mahovlich adding singles Pierre Jarry, Doug Roberts, Nick Libett and Mickey Red- mond scored for the Red Wings Greg Sheppard scored twice in the first period to start the visiting Bruins on their way to a hard-fought triumph over Vancouver. John Buyck and Andre Sav- ard got the other Boston goals and Phil Esposito got his NHL point when he set up Bucyk. Paulin Bordeieau and Andre Boudnas scored for the Ca- nucks. The win enabled the Bruins to maintain their 12-point bulge over Montreal in the battle for first in the NHL's East. MONTREAL 9, DETROIT 4 Period 1 Montreal, Cournoyer 32 (Lefley Lapointe) 0 10, 2 Montreal, Lapointe 11 (M Wilson Richard) 2 45, 3 Montreal F Mahovlich 18 (Lapointe, Richard) 13 58 4 Montreal, Richard 11 (F Mahovlich, Lafleur) 18 27, 5 Montreal, Lefley 15 (P Mahovlich) 19 05 Penalty Cournoyer 18 55 Second Period 6 Montreal, P Mahovlich 25 (Lafleur) 1037, 7 Detroit, Jarry 12 (Roberts, Dionne) 11 44 Penalties none Third Period 8 Montreal. Cournoyer 33 (Lefley, Thomas) 1 24, 9 Detroit. Roberts 5 (Lynch, Berenson) 1 58, 10 Montreal, Van Boxmeer 1 (P Mahovlich, Lafleur) 6 16 11 Detroit, Libett 21, 742, 12 Montreal, F Mahovlich 19 (Roberts) 9 09, 13 Detroit, Redrnofid 32 (Charron, Dionne) 12 34 Penalties Gardner 1 38, Hughes 4 16. F Mahovlich 9 36. Van Boxmeer 12 09 on goel by Detroit 10 15 12-37 Montreal 14 Attendance BOSTON 4, VANCOUVER 3 Period 1 Boston, Sheppard 9 (Schmautz. Smith) 3 02, 2 Boston. Sheppard 10 (Bucyk) 3 40, 3 Boston. Bucyk 22 (Hodge, Esposito) 5.27 penalties Wilkms 5 22 Cashman 12 20 Second Period No scoring Penalties O'Raherty 021. Schmaute 1928 Third Petled 4 Vancouver, Bordeieau 6 (Lemseux, Ververgaert) 1 51, 5 Boston Savard 12 805, 6 Vancouver. Boudnas 10 (Guevremont, Lever) 16 05 Penalties Vadnais 1 15 O'Reilly, Wilkms maiors 9.57, Smith 1242. Smith 1541. on goal by Boeton 12 Vencoinrer 10 4 14-28 Attendance 15.570 The sound of leather making contact was the only distinguishable noise heard amongst the chattering crowd who took in the opening day of the 1974 Kainai Gloves amateur boxing card at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Friday night. Some 23 bouts officially opened the two-day boxing card which features fighters from Saskatchewan, Alberta and northern Montana. Action will close with more bouts slated for this afternoon and starting at eight o'clock at the same location tonight. Meanwhile in last night's boxing card, Lome Prairie Chicken of the Blood Reserve was the only fighter to K.O. his opponent. The youngster stopped Ernie Hunter of Calgary in the 147-lb. novice bout. In the only match staged in the 45-lb. class, Meryin Thomas of the Browning Boys' Club was stopped by Gordon Mackiskinic of the Gordons Boys' Club of Saskatchewan while the only 80-lb. tilt saw Norman Suitor of Calgary Beltline Boys' Club edge Tony Runnie Crane of Browning City Boys' Club on points In the 70-lb division, Willie Butterfly of the Browning City Boys' Club was bested by Horton Olds of the Blackfeet Boys' Club, Bryan Stump of St Pauls Boys' Club whipped Gary Vanderoore of Breton, Francis Eagle Child of St. Pauls Boys' Club belted Kelly Harleton of Spruce Grove and Lane Lee of Breton dumped club-mate Wayne Street. The 75-lb. class saw Joe Weaterwax of Browning drop a close decision to Roy Hardter of Candor, Sask., Gary Nanapay of Gordon Boxing Club earned a split decision over Thomas Marceau of Browning and Eddie Laurer of Breton registered a T.KO. against teammate Bobby Robinson In 85-lb competition, Don Red Gun of the Blackfoot Boxing Club picked up a split decision over Brent Gambler of Gordon Boxing Club and Ernie Ahachuk of Gordon waxed Jimmy Marceau of Browning. In a pair of 90-lb. fights, Chester Kinequon of Gordon Boxing Club earned a win over Browning's Doug Fox and Kelly Running Crane of Browning scored a T.K.O. over Ivan Singer of St. Pauls in the first round. Two boxers from Drayton Valley emerged with victories in the 95-lb. class. Claton Hines stopped Frank Wolf Plume of St. Pauls and Lloyd Waters bested Wilbur Rider of Browning. Alvin Mills scored a split decision over Ernie Black Rabbit in one of two 100-lb. class bouts. Mills is from St. Pauls while Black Rabbit hails from Calgary. Alvin McCrea of David Thompson Boxing Club picked up the other win in this division as he recorded a split 4> e> DOUGBOYER IRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial 308-9th St. S. Phono 328-1228 College rodeo March 30 The Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association will kickoff its 1974 season with an indoor show in Lethbridge March 30. College rodeo has grown from its shaky beginning in Lethbridge in June of 1970 to a popular, annual event. The association embraces numerous colleges and universities including the LCC, Medicine Hat, Mount Royal College, Olds and U of L. decision over Beaver McNab of Punwichy, Sask. Mike Obregewitch of Lethbridge chalked up the only win in the 95-lb. class as he earned a split decision over Howard Old Chief of Browning. Robert Hardier of David Thompson Boxing Club and Mike Kary of Calgary registered wins in the 105-lb. class. Hardter squeezed past Kelly Perlette of Spruce Grove and Kary stopped Billiard Friday of Punnichy, Sask. in the opening round. Norman Sincennes of Lethbridge secured an easy win after Floyd Lauren of Drayton Valley was disquali- fied for hitting with the inside of the glove. Sincennes was only one of two boxers who picked up decisions in the 119-lb. class as Dennis Favel of Gordon Boxing Club dropped Clayton Flamond of Browning. In the only fight scheduled in the 139-lb. weight division, Robert Eli of St. Paul racked up a split decision over Lester Kitequon of Gordon Boxing Club In the second last bout of the evening, Charlie Pronogia of Lethbridge whipped Robert Leyua of Kicking Horse, Mont. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 JM IZe STREET NORTH SAEC will hold meeting The Southern Alberta Equestrian Council will hold an organizational meeting Sunday afternoon. 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