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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Leeds maintains six-point bulge LONDON (CP) - Leeds United maintained a six - point lead at the top of the First Division soccer standings Saturday, recovering after conceding the first goal to beat Crystal Palace 2-1 In the English League. Palace went ahead on a goal by Alan Birchenall in the 28th minute, before Irish international Johnny Giles tied it far minutes later. Scottish international Peter Lorimer, who has scored in his last five games, netted the winner eight minutes after half-time. Leeds is in first place with 54 points from 34 matches, but second-place Arsenal kept its faint championship hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over cellar-dwelling Blackpool. Arsenal, with 48 points and two games in hand over Leeds, got the game's only goal from Peter Storey in the 53rd minute to gain a morale-boosting win. Arsenal plays in the European Fairs Cup quarter-final in west Germany against Cologne Tuesday. Wolverhampton Wanderers jumped into third place with 43 points by beating West Brom-wich 4-2. Hugh Cumin scored twice for the Wanderers in their first win on West Brom wich ground in 11 years. Chelsea lost third place after being held to a scoreless tie by struggling Huddersfield Town. Liverpool beat Derby County 2-0, which should give added confidence when the Merseysi-ders take a 3-0 lead to West Germany for the second leg in the European Fairs Cup quarter-final against Bayern Munich Tuesday. Summaries TORONTO * NCW YORK 1 First Period - I. Toronto, Henderson 30 (Ellis, Lay) 2:55. Penalties -Irvine, Baun malors 0:12, Tkaciuk 13:57, Henderson 19:05. Second Period - 2. Toronto, Mona-nan 14 (Pelyk, Keon) 11:03; 3. Toronto, Trottler 18 (Armstrong^ 14:09. Penalties - Falrbairn minor, mafor. Spencer minor, major, Dupont, Harrison 7:18, Dupont double minor mafor, Harrison ma|or 10:19, Henderson 11:28, Dupere 14:54, Gilbert 16:50. Third Period - 4. New York, Gill-bert 26 (Dupont, Ratelle) 11:06. Penalties - Dupont 4:21, Glennl* 11:00, Stewart 17:29. Shots en goal by New York .... ..... 17 10 12-39 Terente ............. 12 13 1-33 Attendance - 16,485. MONTREAL I BUFFALO S First Period - 1 Montreal Lapolnte 12 (Richard, Tardlf) 10:32. Penalty -Barrle, 11:24. Second Period - 2. Montreal, Shee-hen 2 (Lemalrls 27 (Larose, Laoolnte) 13:32. Penalties--Perresult 4:31 Fleming, P. Mahovllch malors 18:32, Bellvleau 10:16. Third Period - 4. Buffalo, Marshall It (Hamilton) 7:56; 5. Buffalo, Fleming 6 (Barrle O'Shea) 8:33; 6, Montreal, Richard 12 (Houle, Laperrlere) 13:11; 7. Montreal, Lapolnte 13, F. Mahovllch, Bellveau 17:58. Penalties-Nona. Shots on goal by uffale............. < 14 13-31 Montreal........... 8 13 18-11 Attendance - 17.533. BOSTON 5 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period - 1 Boston, McKenzle 30 (Stenfleld, Orr) 3:27. Penalties - Ashbee 1:28, Green, Peters 15:59, Cerlefon, MacLelsh 19:35. Second Period - 2. Philadelphia, L�-auk 17 (L. Hlllman, Bernler) 0:46; 3. Philadelphia, Dornhoefer 18 (Kelly) 2:42; 4. Boston, Stanfield 23 (Bucyk, Green) 12:34; 5. Boston, Awrey 4 Cerlefon Orr -14:40. Penalty - Hale 15:25. Third Period - 6. Boston, Esposlto 85 (Cashman, Green) 3:20; 7 Boston, Orr 36 (Bucyk, Satnfield) 14:23; S. Philadelphia, Kelly 13 (Dornhoefer, Clark) 17:13. Penalties - Hodge 1:02, Bernler 1:20, Awrey 8:45, Hodge miner, misconduct 19:45. Shots on goal by Philadelphia ........ IS 13 9-37 oston.............. 16 19 8-43 Attendance - 14,994. ST. LOUIS 2 DETROIT 1 First Period - 1. St. Louis, Lorentz 18 (St. Marseille Sutherland) 2:24; 2. St. Louis, Sutherland 17 (Brewer, Lor-nttl 1:20. Penalties - Berenson 1:29, Unger 6:39, Laieunesse 10:12, Howe 16:12. Second Period - No scoring. Penalties - Plcard 3:48, Nlekamp 6:54, Ec-clestoen 9:51, Unger 18:02 Third Period - 3. Detroit, Delvec-chlo 19 (Charron, Lajeunesse) 4:02. Penalties - None. Shots on goal by Detroit............. 13 16 9-18 St. LSUlS ..........10. .10...7-27 Attendance - 19,205. LOS ANGELES 8 PITTSBURGH 4 FIrlst Period - 1. Pittsburgh, Pren-Itce 18 (Harbaruk, Woytowlch) 1:12; 2. Los Angeles, Joyal 16 (Pulford, LonSberry) 3:14; 3. Los Angeles Lonsberry 22 (Pulford, Curtis) 7:00; 4. Los Angeles, Byers 22 (Berry) 13:11; 5. Los Angeles Lonsberry 23 (Pulford, Ravlich) 16:50; 6. Pittsburgh, Steward 2 (Hextall, Woytowlch) 18:55. Penalties - Pronovost 4:55, Joyal 6:24, Hoganson 13:37, Black-bum 16:02, Berry 17:09. Second P e r 10 d - 7. Los Angeles, 6renl�r t (Robinson, Backsfrom) ?:01, 8. Los Angeles, Joyal 17 (Howell, Pulford) 4:07; 9 Pittsburgh, Schlnkel 15 Hextall) 5:16; 10. Pittsburgh, Prentice 19. (Bathgate) 8:21; 11. Los Angeles Howell 2 (Marotte, Byers) 10:07; 12. Los Angeles, Backstrom 11 (Curtis) 18:00. Penalty - Hextall 12:16. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties - None. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh .......... 9 16 7-32 Les Angeles......... 5 11 1-24 Attendance - 7,77). BUFFALO 7 BOSTON 5 First Period - 1. Buffalo, Barrle 4 9:12; 2. Boston, R. Smith 4 (McKen-zle, Bucyk) 12:24. Penalties - Pratt, Awrey 7:42,. Carleton 14:37. Second Period - 3. Buffalo, Shack 21 (Perreauit, Goyette) 7:10; 4. Boston Carleton 19 (Awrey) 12:31; 5. Bos- ton, Esposlto 66 (R. Smith) 16:59; �. Buffalo, Keenan 7 (Duff) 17:19. Penalties - Cashman 3:41, Marshall, Sanderson 9:26, Hamilton 9:16, Orr double minor 15:23, Smith misconduct, gamt misconduct 15:44, Shack 18:33. Third Period - 7. Buffalo, Shack 21 0:46; 8. Buffalo, Shack 22 (Barrle) 3:08; 9. Buffalo, OShea 2 (Goyette. Marshall 1 4:47; 10. Boston, Esposlto 67 (Hodge, Bucyk) 14:19. 11. Boston, Orr 37 (Hodge) 18:47; 12. Buffalo, O'Shea 3 19:04. Penalties - Pearreault 7:18, Flaming, Cashman majors, Buffalo bench served by Shack 12:26. CHICAOO 2 DETROIT  First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Jeunesse, Koroll malors, 14:30. Second Period - 1. Chicago, Angottl t (Staplefon) 9:51. Penalties - Berenson, 9:36, Magnuson 11:59, Bergman 18:31. Third Period - 2. Chicago, R. Hull 43 (Makl, Papplnl 15:38. Penalties - Eeclestone 14:42, Magnuson 17:35. Shots on goal by ...... Detroit............. 7 11 7-27 Chlcage ............. 14 7 4-2S Attendance - 16,666. MINNESOTA � VANCOUVER 1 First Period - 1. Minnesota, Golds-worthy 31 (Glbbs, Douln) 5:19; 2. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 32 (Mohns) 11:42. Penalties - Harvey 7:59; Glbbs 10:05) Harvey 17:59. Second Period - 3. Minnesota, Grant 31 (Parlie, Mohns) 2:07) 4. Mlnnesote, Goldsworthy 33 (Harris) 7:15; 5. Minnesota, Glbbs 5 (Harris, Labolsslere) 9:27. Penalties - Poplel 1:54; Glbbs 4:06; Taylor 7:47; Qulnn and . Nanne 9:16; Mohns 16:07; Schella 19:11; ulnn 19:43. Third Period - 6. Mlnnesote, Golds-worthy 34 (Reld) 1:20; 7. Vancouver, Kurtenbach 18 (Poplel, Boudrlas) 3:14; 8. Vancouver, Taylor 8 (Corrlgan, Hall) 6:28; 9. Vancouver, Johnson 12 (Kurtenbach, Schmatuz) 11:08. Penalties - Hampson 3:04; Tallon 14:51. Shots on goal by Minnesota .......... 7 14 7-28 Vancouver .......... 12 7 12-31 Attendance - 15,570. CALIFORNIA 5 LOS ANGELES 2 First Period - 1. California, Williams 14 (E. Hlcke) 4:51; 2. California, B. Hlcke 17 (Hardy Jerrett) 15:28; 3. Los Angeles, Lonsberry 24 (Pulford, oyal) 16:10. Penalties - Roberts 11:18, minor, misconduct 18:10. Second Period - 4. Los Angeles, Grenler 9 (Robinson, Curtis') 16:14; 5. California, B. Hlcke 18 (Hardy, Jar-rett) 10:35. Penalties - Pulford 0:47, Joyal 11:22. Third Period - 6. California, Redmond 1 (Featherstone, Hextall) 3:07; 7. California, Ehman 16 (E. Hicke, Williams) 17:44. Penalties - Mattluls-si 9.14. Shots on goal by Los Angeles ........ 11 9 11-31 California ........... 10 14 17-41 Attendance - 6.267. PHILADELPHIA 1 TORONTO 1 First Period - No scoring. Penalties - Hales t:35, Pelyk 13:00. Second Period - 1. Toronto Keon 36 (MacMlllan, Glennle) 0:52; 2. Philadelphia, Clarke 23 (Dornhoefer, Hlllman) 3:33. Penalties - Bernler 9:09. Glennle 12:45. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties - Spencer 2:01, Van Impe 14:24. Shots on'goal cv Toronto ............. 7 12 9-18 Philadelphia ........ 8 17 10-15 � Attendance - 14.690. MONTREAL 6 NEW YORK � First Period - 1. New York, Nevln 18 (Ratelle) 2:21; 2. Montreal, Cour-noyer 31 (Harper) 6:34; 3. Montreal, Cournoyer 32 (Tardiff, P. Mahovllch) 17:09; 4. Montreal, Bellveau 22 (Cournoyer, Tremblay) 19:19. Penalty - Rolfe 18:52. Second Period - 5. New York, Had-field 17 (Nevln) 8:42; 6. Montreal. Houle 10 (Lemalre, Richard) 18:08; Penalties - P. Mahovllch 0:26, Had-field 2:33, Bouchard 6:45 P. AAahov-llch, Rolfe 12:54. Third Period - 2. Montreal, Tardlf 19 (Cournoyer, P. Mahovllch) 3:31 8. Montreal, F. Mahovllch 28 (Bellveau) 4:32. Penalties - Tkaczuk 5:44. Tremblay minor and ma|or 6:30, sattwr ma|or 6:30, Cournoyer 9:31, Nlelson 14:33, Rolfe misconduct 14:33. Shots on goal bv Montreal........... 11 * 8-10 New York........... 16 IS 15-49 Attendance - 17,250. w try a gentle laxative Uneasy concern in NDP ranks UmfkwaktrtXlimV It's called i* because it's Nature's Remedy. The Turns people, as you would expect, know a great deat about sensitive stomachs. That's why they make their laxative only with vegetable ingredients. So, m brings easy, effective, overnight relief, m's gentle action works while you sleep without disturbing your rest. There is no letdown, no uncomfortable after-feeling. Try Nature's Remedy, a gentle all-vegetable laxative. Regular or chocolate coated. tm tonight, tomorrow alright OTTAWA (CP) - There is an uneasy concern within the New Democratic Party over the apparent flirtations going on between certain party elements and the Quebec independence movement. The fact that it is more ap, parent than real, say party sources, doesn't necessarily make the problem easier to deal with on the hustings. They point to the difficulties encountered by Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield in 1968 when be had to deal with some remarkable interpretations of the "deux-nation" theory. The New Democratic Party itself is strongly federalist, but the current leadership campaign, along with decisions taken by the party's Quebec wing, has tended to emphasize a factional sympathy for Quebec's self-determination. WAFFLE RESPONSIBLE The party's so-called Waffle group, whose leadership candidate is James Laxer, a Queen's University lecturer, has been largely responsible for this. The other four leadership candidates have been busy disassociating themselves from the Waffle stance. Then there was the decision by the Quebec wing of the party to get out of the provincial field while casting some affectionate glances in the direction of the separatist Parti Quebecois. At the same time, Laurier LaPierre, who will be co-chairman of the April leadership convention here, has been sharing speaking platforms with Quebec labor leader Michel Chartrand, one of the first arrested under the War Measures Act last fall. Mr. LaPierre recently told a Toronto audience that the time has come "when you have got to decide that if you are a Que-becer there is no other place for you but Quebec." Many NDP members were annoyed recently when two Oil reserves declining CALGARY (CP) - Canada used more petroleum in 1970 than was found underground, the Canadian Petroleum Association said here. A report tabled by the association's reserves committee showed net production of Canadian hydrocarbons was 517 million barrels while only an estimated 440 million barrels were added to reserves. This left Canada with a proved reserve of 10,439,000,000 barrels Dec. 31, down from 10,482,714,000. The proved reserves include only hydrocarbons recoverable from conventional sources-not those found in the Athabasca oil sands near Fort McMurray, Alta. The association said an additional 6,322,000,000 barrels of "non-conventional" crude oil is recoverable at Fort McMurray. Canada's remaining marketable reserves of natural gas in- creased to 53,376,000,000,000 cubic feet from 51,951,000,000,000. Stamp collector clubbed to death TORONTO (CP) - Stamp dealer Milton Leroy Ritter, believed to be in his late 70s, was found clubbed to death in his home here. Police said his body lay amid his $250,000 stamp collection which had been ripped out of display cases and scattered over the floor. His skull was fractured and his b o d y bore the marks of a severe beating. Mr. Ritter, whom neighbors described as almost a recluse, lived alone and was seldom seen outside his three-storey house except on brief trips to neighborhood stores. party supporters received widespread publicity for attending a speech in Ottawa by Jacques Larue-Langlois, an advocate of revolution in Quebec. Newspaper stories said he was applauded by the wife of an NDP MP, and that a provincial NDP candidate contributed to the collection for Mr. Larue-Langlois. While publicly declaring there is little danger of the party itself being identified with any form of Quebec separatism, some MPs are known to be worried that misunderstandings will arise. They say this was clearly the case in 1968 with the Conservative "deux-nation" theory. Opposing parties cannot be expected to help out in such situations. One party member said there are even some difficulties now in defending the civil liberties of those arrested under the War Measures Act, since this could be misconstrued as defending terrorism. The party has always been a stout defender of civil liberties. The whole issue of the party's position in Quebec is expected to figure prominently at the April 22-24 leadership convention here, and most officials say various misunderstandings will be laid to rest. But they agree it's unlikely opposing parties will leave them there. Monday, March 32, T971 - THI ItTHBRIDOl HHLAID - 19 Piano workers find new jobs TORONTO (CP) - Thirty-seven of 40 employees of Mason and Risch Ltd. who will lose their jobs when the piano manu-facturer temporarily ceases production, have found employment elsewhere, a company spokesman said here. J. E. Furlong, president of the company, said 28 of the workers have found new jobs and nine more have been offered work. "Some of the men are going to work for piano retailers, and many are going to other fields, such as carpentry and cabinet-making," he said. The company, a subsidiary of Aeolian Corp. of New York, has been making pianos for about 100 years. Mr. Furlong said the company would continue to sell pianos from the plant "and it is our hope to start manufacturing, at least in a small way, when the economic climate improves." SCHOOLS DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Applications are Invited until March 26 for the abova position from April 1 to August 20, 1971. Honorarium of $500 per month. The successful applicant may presently be teaching or in school administration, in youth work, adult community work, retired, or any Interested citizen. He would become a member of the Community Summer Program Committee consisting of representatives from the Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., Parks and Recreation, Cultural Development, Allied Arts, Community College, and perhaps others. His day to day duties would be assisting the teacher co-ordinators in 3 schools to be kept open all summer as part of the Community Summer Program. Final decisions as fa school Involvement In the total Community Summer Program will be made by the Public and Separate School Boards before Easter. Choice of applicant will be made by a committee of two School Superintendents, 3 principals of schools Involved, directors from Porks and Recreation and Y.M.C.A. Apply tot DR. O. p. URSON, Superintendent of Schools 433 15th Street South, lelhbrldge, Alberta. Special Prices on Coats and Jackets of Natural Mink Paw There's Just Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Left So Shop Early for a Lovely, Luxurious Fur During Eaton's Travelling Fur Sale. Hurry In, Try Them! You'll Find Low, Low Prices and Superb Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed! Soft and lustrous natural mink paw In pastel, dark pastel and sapphire shades. 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