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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Wednnday, February 17, 197) THl lETHMIDGE HSRAID 9 Canucks vacate cellar ivith upset victory Paiement on beam as Bruin streak ends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rosaire Paiement, who scored only four National Hockey League goals during three pre- vious seasons, is suddenly mak- ing a name for himself with his scoring outbursts. The 25-year-old forward from Haileybury, Ont, scored three goals Tuesday night, including the winner in the last minute of play, for a 54 Vancouver Can- ucks upset of the powerful Bos- ton Bruins. Onr- week aeo Paiement i games It was only the ninth de- with twu more in the second 20 Maki rebound in the final min- One week ago I aiemeni gai us and the Canucks never ute and fired over goalie Gerry The Canucks' then; 01 fifth-place Buffalo. The loss t' an undefeated ;oals ii! a 6-3 in 56 games for the and the Canucks never 5abres, and he behind. total of line of Paiement, goal by Boudrias early in other game Tues-lis Blues defeated Iden Seals and Wayne Maki accounted for all five goals as the Canucks outshot the Bruins final period put Vancouver in front 4-3 but Boston's Bobby Orr, who earlier set up goals by ;s' victory moved the East in coming back from a 2-0 deficit midway through the Bucyk and Ed Westfall, tied it at 4-4 with less than four oint ahead of De-igs and one Paiement and Boudrias set remaining. Paiement, who served his for the first Canucks apprenticeship with r the Bruins ended ed string of make it 2-1 before the end of the period. Paiement came Flyers and their Quebec farm team, picked up a Rustlers upset EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Movers in the base- ment of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, upset first- place Red Deer Rustlers 3-1 Tuesday night. Edmonton took a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play and scored another two in the sec- ond period. Brian Ogilvie scored in the second period to keep Red Daer from being shut out. The teams battled through a scoreless third period. Edmonton's hard-fought vic- tory came with goals by Mel Gushattey, Terry Covanagh and Ross Barros. Brian Rimmer stopped 30 shots against the Movers' net and Jerome Keller made 26 saves for Red Deer. The Movers took five of nine minor penalties, before the 450 fans. The victory was a costly one for the Rustlers in then- bid to nail down first place. The defeat left the Red Deer club two points ah'ead of the second-place Lethbridge Sugar Kings as the league schedule hits the homestretch and sets the stage for a crucial battle between the two teams in Leth- bridge Saturday night. The Sugar Kings also host Ponoka Stampeders Sunday af- ternoon. ANDY CAPP THEY'VE TAKEN "lOLJR THREE Minor hockev The Red Wings skated to an 8-2 victory over the Maroons with Ed Yalowega. Bob Salm on and Cliff Miyashiro pacing the Bantam A win with twt goals each. Dave Becholt and Greg Gibson added the others while Evans Ironshirt and Rob- ert Soltes1 scored for the Ma roons. In a Bantam game, the Eagles shaded the Monarchs 4-3. John Wasileski scorei twice for the winners with sin gletons going to Darrel Laid law and Barry Huber. Pat Mid dleton, Doug Stevens and Dav id Misguins scored for the Mon archs. In a midget game, the Stam peders toppled the Eskimos 4-2 Dave Dogterom, Jim Hender son, Jim Orish and Don Hen derson scored for the Stamp with Rod Burr and Glenn Mill scoring for the Esks. LAST WEEK THE TELEVISION) SET, THIS WEEK AN THREE "sj. PIECE SUITE THINGS bETERIORATE SO FASTj AROUNti 'ERE THAT THE GOOD OLb MVS WERE ONLY A COUPLA DOTS AGOir Poile's prize possession Tallon a born star VANCOUVER (CP) "The first time I saw him was about two years ago at Maple Leaf Gardens. He was as good a de- fenceman as I'd ever seen. He reminded me of Doug Harvey, only he skated better." That's Bud Poile, general manager of Vancouver Can- ucks, talking about his prize Tallon, a 20- year-old who broke into the Na- tional Hockey League as the country's second-best junior in the second-toughest position in the game. "I haven't changed my mind either. Tallon should be a super- star in this league in two or three years." What about this wunderkid from Noranda, Que., who lists The Ashes regained England wins SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter) England regained the Ashes, traditional symbol of cricket su- premacy, when it beat Australia in the sevooih cricket test here today to win the series 2-0. Victory came 25 minutes be- fore lunch on the fifth day when Derek Underwood dismissed Terry Jenner and Australia was all out for 160. The win gave England a 2-0 final edge in the series and ended Australia's 12-year-long hold on the fictional Ashes. Four other matches in the ser- ies were drawn and one was abandoned due to bad weather. Jubilant England players car- Don't Miss These Saving SPECIALS! At LEO SINGER'S AH MEN'S AND BOYS' SUMMER and WINTER JACKETS CLEARING OUT NOW AT PRICE SAVE NOW! BOYS' SKI JACKETS Nylon Shell-Pile lined. 4.98 BOYS' UTEX WINTER JACKETS Regularly 17.98 CLEARING AT Regular 11. CLEARANCE JUST ARRIVED! BOYS' NEVER PRESS CASUAL PANTS Button through fly. The very newest shades in solids and stripes. YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR LEE AND LEVI JEANS LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5th STREET 5. PHONE 327-3958 ried their captain Hay Illing- worth shoulder high from the field. Australia resumed today 123 for five in its second innings, needing 100 runs to win. But it lost its last five wictets for only 37 runs in 20.6 overs. Australia's hopes of winning rested with overnight batsmen Greg C h a p p e 11 and Rodney Marsh, who came together Tuesday with Australia 96 f o r But in the sixth over of the morning with the total 131, they were parted when left-arm soin- ner Underwood bowled Marsh. Marsh drove over a delivery thrown well up to him and the ball shot through to knock back his leg stump. Eleven runs later ChappeV was out having made 30 in 13; minutes. The 22-year-old right- hander pushed forward at Tiling- worth, moved well out of his ground and presented wicket- keeper Alan Knott with a simple stumping. Underwood came off after bowling seven overs for only eight runs and in medium-pacer Basil d'Oliveira's first over Aus tralia lost two more wickets with the total 154. First O'Keefe was caught al backward square leg by Ken Shuttleworth, substituting for in jured fast bowler John Snow and next ball Dennis Lillee fel to a catch at second slip b; Jackie Hampshire. Clearly Lillee did not think hi had touched the ball and waitec among his achievements the .969 Canadian junior golf cham- u'onship? He's tall, dark and handsome fan mail invariably in- cludes the phone number of some star-struck admirer. He dresses like a male model and admits he's enough of a ham to enjoy the hoopla which has sur- rounded him since he first laced on his skates at the Canucks' training camp in Calgary last fall. The fuss followed his selection in the NHL amateur draft right behind Gil Perrault, the high- scoring Montreal centre who went to Buffalo Sabres after spin of a roulette wheel gave Sabres first pick. "The big thing is not to let it go to your says Tallon whose 10 goals and 24 assists puts him sixth in the club scor- ing statistics. 'I try to take it in stride am not let it bother me. When look back, I realize how al along my dad was grooming me for this and how good a job he did." His father, who once played defence for Eddie Shore S'pringfield, convinced him take a shot at playing in the On tario Hockey Association Junior A series, wellspring of future NHL talent. Despite the fact that he'd scored something like 70 goal as a centre in his last season o juvenile, Dale wasn't sure h was good enough. At 16, he drafted by Os- yea: Bobby Orr was signed by Boston. The Generals were a disaster; they finished ninth, just in front of Ottawa 67s, the OHA's newest team. A trade took him to Toronto Marlboros and in his second and last year at the Gardens, team injuries forced coach Gus Bod- nar to move him to defence for 27 games. "That was about the time peo- ple were starting to talk about first and second amateur draft Tallon said. When he got to Calgary in September, coach Hal Laycoe worked him at centre, left wing j Cheevers' shoulder for the win- ner. Ken Hodge beat Canucks goalie Charlie Hodge for the other Boston goal late in the second period. At St. Louis the Blues easily handled the Seals, taking a 4-0 lead before the visitors man- aged their only goal early in the third period on a shot by Gary Jarrett. Bill McCreary, Noel Picard and Frank St. Marseille scored in the first four minutes of play. Bill Sutherland and Fran Huck each got a goal for the Blues who moved to within 17 points of Chicago Black Hawks, the West Division leaders. In games tonight, New York Rangers visit Montreal Cana- diens, Pittsburgh Penguins meet the Maple Leafs in To- ronto, California lakes on the North Stars at Minnesota, Phila- delphia Flyers play the Kings in Los Angeles and Buffalo is at Chicago. SUMMARIES: ST. LOUIS 5 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. St. Louis, Mc- Creary 7 (Cameron, B. Plager) 2. St. Louis, Picard 2 (Connelly, Un- tier) 3. St. Louis, SI. Marseille 12, Penalties Lorentz O'Donoghue Marshall Picard B. Plager Second Period 4. St. Louis, Su- therland 13 (Connelly, Linger) Penalties B. D. Roberts Third Period 5. California, Jar- rett 13 (Ferguson) 6. St. Louis Huck 4 (R. Plager, St. Marseille) Penalises Mattiusi J. Arbour Marshall Connally Shots on goal by California II St. Louis i 18 Attendance VANCOUVER 5 BOSTON Firsl Period 1. Boslon, Bucyk 36 i (Orr! 2. Boston, Westfall 18 Orr, Marcotte) 3. Vancouver, Maki 17 (Boudrias, Paiement) Penalties Tallon Sar derson Walton Second Period 4. Vancouvei. 'aiement IB (Boudrias, Maki) 5. Vancouver, Paiement 19 (Corrlgan, Tallon) 6. Boston, Hodge 35 Green} Penalty Sanderson Third Period 7. Vancouver, Bou drias 20 (Maki, Paiement) B Boslon, Orr 27 (6s post to, Hodge] 9. Vancouver, Paiement 2C [Maki, Wilkins) Paiement, R. Smith Maki Popiel Shots on goal by Boston.............13 13 I Vancouver Attendance 11 14. 16-43 ANOTHER BIG ONE Steve Pocza of Lethbridge, left, had a few aching muscles, but the effort was well worth it as the above photo shows. The marlin was taken last week off the shores of Hawaii. Others from left are Ted Bishop, formerly of Lethbridge and now of High River, Don Thurlow, Lethbridge, an unidentified Vancouverite and George Cuttforth of the city. Argos nab top lineman TORONTO (CP) Toronto Argonauts have signed Jim Stillwagon. a virtually unani- mous choice as United States college lineman of the year, and are still pursuing Joe Theis- mann, the No. 2 college quarter- back, coach Leo Cahill told a news conference Tuesday. Stillwagon, a six-foot, 225- pound member of two Ohio State Rose Bowl teams, said he signed a two-year-contract with the Canadian Football League club because he felt he had a better chance to crack the Argo- naut lineup than that of Green Bay Packers, who made him their No. 5 choice in the Na- tional Football League draft. The 22-year-old defensive tac- kle and linebacker, named line- man of the year by U.S. college coaches at their recent meeting in Houston, Tex., was a Big Ten all-star for the last two years as well as a Consensus All-Amefi- to at All-America teams. least five Cahill. who called Stillwagon "the most heralded lineman ever to come to said he expects to use him as a de- fensive tackle. "His specialty is the coach said. "He'll rush the pas- ser. Then, if the pass is thrown, he goes all-out after the re- ceiver. He's the type of guy we need, a real leader on the field." ARGOS WERE EAGER Stillwagon said he accepted the Toronto offer because the Argonauts appeared more inter- ested than the Packers and be- cause the CFL offered him a chance to establish himself in a career while he is still playing football. Cahill said he hopes the ac- quisition of Stillwagon will help persuade Theismann, the Notre Dame quarterback who was runner-up for the Heismann Trophy award, to choose To- ronto over Miami Dolphins, who picked him in the draft. Negotiations with Theismann were at a standstill until he heard from Miami, said Cahill, adding that he is not negotiating with any other quarterback until he hears from Theismann. The Argonauts, who finished second in the Eastern Confer- ence last season with Tom Wilk- inson and Don Jonas sharing the job. have been reported to be competing with British Col- umbia Lions to lure Huss Jack- son out of retirement. But the former Ottawa Rough Rider quarterback's name was not mentioned Tuesday. ThrelfaU dies WINNIPEG (CP) Reg ThrelfaU, 67, who coached Win- nipeg Blue Bombers to Grey Cup victories in 1939 and 1941, died Sunday at Sun City, Ariz., it was Warned here Tuesday. He joined the Blue Bombers in 1938 after an outstanding college career in the United States. to be given out bv umpire Loi finally settled on defence. Rowan before walking. "Date didn'1 nave a Sreat Six runs later the matcl training said Poile. ended when Tern- Jenncr was i "He a batl Sroln an caught at silly mi'd-off by Keith j "B'y boil, and he was playing up Fletcher. front. His place is on defence." Laycoe and Poile had hoped to build the foundation for fu- ture blueline strength around Tallon and Barry Wilkins, an- other rookie out. of the Boston organization. But after 45 games, "they were getting burned too much, so we broke them up." The split came as the Can- ucks skidded from fourth place in the eastern division to the 7-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE 3 ROOM GROUPING CONSISTS OF 19 PIECES OF GOOD QUALITY FURNITURE 7-PCE, LIVING ROOM GROUP Features 3-pce. Walnul finished bedroom suite, plus Simmons mattress and box spring. Plus 2 bed lamps. 2-pce. chesterfield suite in choice of good covers, plus 3 arborite occasional fables and 2 decor- ator lamps. Persley paces Vanxhall win 5-PCE. METAL DINETTE 30x48" table plus 4 chairs. VAUXHALL Vuaxhall D and R scored a 93-76 victory over the Lcthbridge All-Stars, a team made up of players from the City Men's League, in exhibition basketball action last night. Bill Persley paced the win- ners with 32 points while John Bekkering added 22 more. Bob Blue hooped 21 and Byron Wilde 19 for Lcthbridge. cellar. "What happened to him is ex- actly what you would expect to j happen." says Laycoe. "There's no way a 20-year-old can walk into the NIIL and no! pay the price. i NO DOWN PAYMENT PER MONTH! OPEN THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.M. On Fifth Street South Phone 327-8578 ;