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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 -THE i HERALD Wednesday, January 2, 1074 Orillici Victorious Kamloops just can't seem to get By THE CANADIAN PRESS Onllia Terriers scored a narrow 3-2 upset win over Lt- vinov of Czechoslovakia for the Ontario Senior Hockey League team's first success in the annual Star Cup tourna- ment in Goteborg, Sweden, Tuesday night. Warren Anderson, Gord Davis and Jim O'Brien scored for the Allan Cup champs, who previously lost two games in this six-team tournament with entries from four nations. Josef Ulrich netted twice for the Czechs, who earlier won three straight games for first place in the standings. The first period was scoreless and Canada led 2-1 at the end of the second. Steve Hunt, Anderson and Bob Munro were the only Canadian players penalized in a game watched by only 676 fans at the Scandinavian! arena. No other games were sched- uled Tuesday. The Soviet Union beat Sweden 5-4 and Finland defeated the United States 5-1 in the international junior ice hockey tournament in Leningrad Tuesday. Sweden and the Soviet side were tied at 2-2 at the end of the first period and 4-4 after two periods but the winners scored the only goal of the third period for victory. Finland had too much speed for the Americans whose coach, Morey Williamson, said afterwards they were still finding their legs after the long trip to Leningrad. Finland scored twice in the first period and twice in the second, and each team scored once in the final period. In Stockholm, Regina Pats drew 5-5 with London Lions in an Ahearne Cup tournament match Tuesday night. Nothing cha THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades, New Westminster Bruins and Win- nipeg Clubs eked out narrow victories in Western Canada Hockey League action Tuesday, but none of the wins affected league standings. In an afternoon game, Bob Bourne scored with 33 seconds left to give Saskatoon Blades a 4-3 decision over Kamloops Chiefs. It was Bourne's second goal of the game. Blair Chapman and Dan Arndt each contributed singles. Scoring for Kamloops were Jack Patterson, Gord Stewart and Wayne Morin. The eighth con- secutive for the them mired in last place of the Western Division with 13 points. Victoria Cougars, with just four more points, failed to widen the gap. They remain 10 points behind fourth-place Medicine Hat Tigers. Leeds I LONDON (Reuter) Leeds United waltzed into 1974 with no let-up in their charge towards the English League soccer title when they drew 1- 1 at home to Tottenham Hot- spur Tuesday. A crowd of best of the day, saw Leeds stretch its unbeaten run to a record 24 a break iges as second half opens The Cougars were only able o penetrate the superb goal- ending of Doug Allan of New Vestminster once as they ironed a 2-1 decision. The win enabled the Bruins a tighten their grip on second spot in the Western Division, 11 points ahead of third-place Edmonton Oil Kings, and four points behind division-leading Calgary Centennials. Scoring for the Bruins were Don Hay with a first-period marker and Emile Demoissac with one in the second. Peter Morris scored for Victoria early in the third period. Brandon Wheat Kings were unable to get a shot on goal in the last 41 seconds, despite nited continues same pace Shoes WINTER BOOT AND SHOE CLEARANCE All Winter Footwear Must Go! james to retain its huge eight- advantage at the top of the First-Division table. i Leeds now has 16 wins and eight draws and if it maintains its momentum it will be worth ZO points at the end of the sea- son, three better than the first Division record haul it set in 1968-69 But Tuesday's victory cost Leeds England striker Allan [Clarke, carried off with dam- iged knee ligaments Leeds looked a sure bet to ib both points after Mick Jones had given it a 21st- minute lead. But newcomer Chris McGrath popped up 14 minutes from the end to hit the equaliser for Spurs. Second-place Liverpool fail- ed to make any inroads on Leeds' advantage when it was held to a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester. Liverpool trailed at halftime after a goal by Keith Weller, but Peter Cormack re- plied in the 63rd minute. Short Sport OFF Save on Ladies', Men's, Children's Winter Boots Leather, Suede, or Man Made Uppers Dress or Sport Styles Tie, Pull on or Zipper Closing Example Prices Reg. 28.98, Sale CEDENO BAILED i. SANTO DOMINGO Cesar Cedeno, Houston Astros j baseball star who has been Jheld in the shooting death of a 519-year-old woman, was on bail Monday. I Cedeno was released on JIIO.OOO bail after a jud {reduced a voluntary homici {charge to involuntary Ihomicide. f DOLPHINS FAVORED f RENO, Nev. (AP) Odd- North Swanson of the Turf Club has establish- fed Miami Dolphins as five- favorites over fMinnesota Vikings in the Super Bowl for the National League cham- pionship Jan 13. Stadium while Yankee Stadium is being refurbished. WINS LONG RACE SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) Victor Mora of Colombia won the 49th annual Sao Silvestre international distance race early today for the second straight year. He sprinted to an early lead and was never headed in the race. OFF Save Va on Winter Boots and Shoes Leather, Suede or Man Made Uppers Dress or Casual Types Example Prices: Reg. 17.98, Sale Reg. 21.98, Sale YANKS GET OKAY NEW YORK (AP) New York Mayor John Lindsay, in one of his last official acts, [signed a consent agreement permitting New York Yankees of the American League to play their next two aseball, seasons at Shea WHA CALLS BACKSTROM ST PAUL. Minn. (CP) Ralph Backstrom. veteran centre with Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association, will replace in- jured Bobby Sheehan of New Jersey Knights in the East lineup for Thursday night's WHA all-star game ASSUMES DUAL ROLE DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Coach Tom McVie of Dayton Gems in the International Hockey League has been given the additional duties of team general manager At the other end of the table, West Ham United brought its haul to four points from three games in a week by beating Norwich 4-2. Ted MacDougall and Graham Paddon, who went to Norwich and West Ham respectively in a recent exchange deal, scored two goals each. Stan Bowles's two-goal per- formance in Queen's Park Rangers' 3-0 defeat of Manchester United was in sharp contrast to the form of the once-masterful George Best, who looked un- impressive in the United lineup as he stumbled through the 90 minutes. Manchester United manager Tommy Docherty said after the game: "Rangers are the best side we have played this season but despite today's performance I still say we are in a false po- sition third from bottom in the table." In the Second Division, problem club Crystal Palace manage a 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion, only their third victory in 25 league matches. In the Fourth Divi- sion, Swansea fought back after trailing by two goals against Rotherham to win 4-2. The biggest win of Tuesday's English League programme was Barnsley's 5- 2 triumph over Scuntborpe, with Mick Butler netting a hat-trick. But this match could not equal the feast of goals hi the Scottish Second-Division clash between Stranraer and Queen of the South which ended in a 5-5 draw. At the top of the Scottish Di- vision One table Glasgow Celtic went striding on towards their ninth successive league title when they won 2-0 away to Clyde. pulling their goalie as Win- nipeg Clubs notched a 5-4 decision. Brandon and Winnipeg were tied 1-1 after one period and 3- 3 after two. The Clubs scored two early in the third period but Ron Chipperfield's tally at of the third raised Wheat Kings' hopes for a tie. Other Brandon scorers were Ralph Krentz, Wayne Naka and John Paddock. Scoring for the Clubs were Greg Warren, Kelly Greenbank, Doug Wilson, Gord Blumenschein and Barry Legge. The cellar-dwelling Clubs kept pace with the Blades who are four points ahead of them in the Eastern Division. The Blades have moved within five points of fourth-place Brandon. The Wheat Kings are five points behind third-place Re- gina Pats, but only six behind Flin Flon Bombers and Swift Current Broncos, who are tied for first place in the Eastern Division. Next action is Thursday .when the Bombers visit Brandon and Saskatoon is at Kamloops Hawley ends good season LAUREL, Md. (CP) Jockey Sandy Hawley wrapped up his record 1973 racing season Monday with 515 "ictories. The 24-year-old Whitby, Ont., native closed the year with one win aboard Third Law in the sixth race at Laurel race track. Hawley broke Willie Shoemaker's 20-year-old record of 485 wins in one year at Laurel Dec. 6 and continued riding daily, except for interruptions due to bad weather. Hawley had set a personal goal of 500 victories at the start of 1973. 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