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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta March 20, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE 23 Kings rally for 1-1 tie with Leafs Islanders sting Blues 5-1 Jackson returns Ron Jackson, one of the finest skaters in the ?is Treasure Island. .The show will be presented world, will once again headline the Lethbridge Figure Friday, the 29th at eight while on Saturday the shows Skating Club carnival this year. Set for Henderson are at two and eight. Lake Ice Centre March 29 and 30, this year's theme World title for junior curlers? BERN, Switzerland (CP) The International Curling Federation said Tuesday it has approved in principle a world junior curling championship. Colin Campbell of Toronto, president of the federation, told a news conference the first championship will be held in Toronto next year. "I think it will alternate across the Atlantic after Campbell said. Curlers for the junior cham- pionship could not be over 21 on July 1 prior to the start of the curling season. "In the first year. I think the Canadian schoolboy champion will be Canada's said Campbell. after 1975 curlers who play in the Canadian schoolboy cham- pionships will not be eligible for the junior. New York Islanders' hopes of making a playoff berth this season in the National Hockey League have long gone, but they made things painful Tuesday for one of the clubs still in contention. The Islanders hammered St. Louis Blues 5-1 to snap New York's 10-game losing streak and dimmed St. Louis' chances of catching Atlanta Flames, who occupy the fourth and final playoff position in the West Division. The Flames, idle Tuesday, remained five points ahead of the Blues. In other games, Minnesota Albertans struggling HALIFAX (CP) A self- described "hard luck" rink from Ontario nipped Saskatchewan 7-6 in Canadian senior women's championship curling Tuesday .night, dropping the western rink into a tie for first place. The rink from Weyburn, Sask.. skipped by Dagney Kra- dovill, had sole, possession of first place on four straight wins before they went into the night round against Joyce Black of Oshawa. The loss left Saskatchewan with a 4-1 win-loss mark, tied" with Flora Martin's rink from Victoria, B.C. Rita Proulx of Quebec City, Fran MacLean of Dartmouth, N.S., and the Oshawa rink were 2-3. Jean Demetriof of Winnipeg and Dorothy Shields of Medicine Hat, Alia., had 1-4 marks. In other fifth-round games Tuesday night, it was B.C. 9 P.E.I. 7, Nova Scotia 10 Alberta 6, Newfoundland 14 Manitoba 1 and Quebec 13 New Brunswick 7. In the afternoon round, it was New Brunswick 18 Nova Scotia 3. B.C. 10 Manitoba 5, Newfoundland 11 Alberta 5, Saskatchewan 10 Quebec 6 and P.E.I. 9 Ontario 8. North Stars fanned their hopes for the post-season series by defeating California Golden Seals 6-3 and Toronto Maple Leafs, fourth in the .East, remained a respectable distance ahead of Buffalo Sabres by settling for a 1-1 tie with Los Angeles Kings. Gerry Hart and Tom Miller scored their first goals of the season for the Islanders and rookie defenceman Denis Potvin had a goal and two assists. The enthusiasm of coach Al Arbour's players hasn't dim- med, apparently. "They aren't said Arbour after New York's triumph. "It's hard for them to get up when there's no place to go {his late in the Arbour said, "But they really hustled tonight and their attitude is great." .The Islanders' defence, led by the spirited play of Potvin, held the Blues to just two shots in the first period. Centre Garry Unger had them both. Arbour had stressed hustle to his players throughout the long losing skein. "I've been telling them all along, when you hustle the other team's defence is going to make mistakes." One of the St. Louis mistakes resulted in Gary Howatt's goal, which made the score 5-1 with 36 seconds left to play. Howatt sneaked behind the defence, took passes from Bob Nystrom and Jean Potvin. broke in and beat Wayne Stephenson for his sixth goal of the season. "We've been playing good hockey for the last two weeks, but we just haven't been getting the said nursing a broken bone in his left foot. Stamps support Lalonde CALGARY (CP) The management of the CalgaVy Stampeder football club announced today its support of the federal government's opposition to establishment of a world football league (WFL) team in Canada. "The club wants .to go on public record that it supports fully the stand taken by Health Minister Marc Lalonde and that we are hopeful the Canadian Football League (CFL) continues in its present status." the management said in a prepared news release. It said the club feels the federal government's position is consistent with "what the CFL was advised two years ago when the possibility of the league expanding into the United States was imminent." There had been discussions in 1972 about the possibility of the CFL expanding into New York and Boston. Calgary Stampeders do not feel that the competition of having one franchise, such as the Toronto Northmen of the WFL, would adversely affect the CFL. But once a foothold is gained in Canada by a league other than ,the CFL, then certainly the door is open for future franchises in Montreal, Vancouver and perhaps other Canadian centres." The club believes that the CFL, "with its entity entirely within Canada, is in a unique situation that should be preserved and not put into a position of competing with an outside league." Meanwhile the Stampeders announced today the signing of tightend Rod Petersen of Oregon State University and offensive guard Art Bressler of the University of Mississippi with the Western Football Conference club. Petersen, at six-feet-five, 225 pounds, is considered a good pass receiver and was voted most improved player on the Oregon team in 1972. He was team captain in 1973. The six-foot one. 235 pound Bressler was named to the All-Southeastern Conference All-Star team in 1973. Summaries N.Y. ISLANDERS S, ST. LOUIS 1 Pint period 1. NY Islanders. D. Potvin 14 (Stewart. J. Potvin) Sather Second period 2. NY Islanders. Hart 1 (Westfall) Penalties Marshall Miller Unger Third period 3. NY Islanders. Nystrom 19 (0. Potvin. Holwatt) 4. NY- Islanders. Miller 1 (D, Potvin) 5. St. Louis. Plante 23 6. NY Islanders. Howatt 6 (Nystrom. J. Potvin) Penalty J. Potvin on god by SL Louis 2 8 New York 89 Attendance 10.910. MINNESOTA 6, CALIFORNIA 3 First period 1. Minnesota. Goldsworthy 42 (Hextall. Nanne) 2. California. McKechnie 21 (Giibertson. Mott) Penalties Meloche O'Brien Reid' Graves Gergman Second period 3. Minnesota. Langlais 2 (Harvey. Drouin) 4. California, Giibertson 14 (McKechnie) 5. Minnesota. Parise 15 (Hextall. Nanne) 6. Minnesota, Harvey 15 (Hextall. Langlais) Penalty Goldsworthy Third period 7. Minnesota. Hextall 19 (Bergman. Parise) 8. Minnesota. Langlais 3 (Harvey, O'Brien) 9. California. McKechnie 22 (Shakes, Mott) Shots on goal by California 11 10 10-31 Minnesota 18 9 Attendance 14.491. LOS ANGELES 1, TORONTO 1 First Period No scoring. Penalties Glennie 3-44. Ferguson Second Period 1. Toronto. Dupere 4 (Sittler) Penalties Long Ferguson Kanhegiesser. Ullman. Henderson game misconduct Third Period 2. Los Angeles. St. Marseille 14 (Carr. Murphy) Penalty Pelyk Shots on Qofi! by Toronto 7 8 Los Angeles 8 6 Sears Digi-matic calculations make income tax easy Digi-matic P-8 finds percentages in an instant. 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