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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI lETHKIOGf Mareh We can still win claims coach Chapman Sugar Kings drop a pair of tough battles By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer EED DEER It was a quiet bus ride home for the Leth I a tough 32 loss Sunday night I before Kings lost 31 Saturday with looking on and now trail Red Deer Rus bndge Sugar Kings Sunday tiers 20 in the bestofseven fi night after dropping a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League final games here over the There isnt much to be hap py about when you lose two games like we said coach John Chapman as the dejected Kings filed slowly from their dressing room after The third and fourth games will be played Wednesday and Thursday in Taber with game times both evenings set for We well enough to win both continued The firstyear coach was visibly disappointed at the outcome of the weekend I wanted at least a split it would have made things the coach point ed If consolation can be found in losing twice it could be the fact the Kings are heading home to friendly Chapman conceded he thought there would be a big difference playing at home with the croud on their If one thing bothered the coach it was the fact the Kings FRASEP Broken nose Saturday AllStars beaten out in playoffs The M and K Allstars bid for the Alberta Intermediate B Hockey crown fell to the way side as they were trimmed 11io in A twogame total goal series by the Edmonton Grads over the Saturday night the two clubs opened up the semifinal play offs in Claresholm and finished off with the final game in Taber Sunday In Claresholm the Grads clicked at the mark of the final period and came up with a 76 comeback victory over the The Grads started out quick ly holding a solid 31 lead after the first period but found them selves battling back in the third as the Allstars fought back to lead 54 after the Dennis Allen and Al Emm tree each tallied twice for the AUstars whole Ken Magwood and Tim NcgreUo managed a goal apiece Sunday afternoon in Taber the AUstars couldnt hang onto a 20 first period lead and were forced to settle with a 44 tie leaving them one goal short of the Tex Wiebe and Jerry Heck gave the AUstars the 20 first period lead while Dick Cusson added one more in the second as the Grads cut down the gap to 32 after 40 minutes of Bruce AnnabeU rounded out the AUstars scoring with a third period Edmonton will now meet Peace River in the champion ship final this coining Gomer Jones dies suddenly NEW YORK AP Corner football coach at Oklahoma in 19645 and in his sixth year as director of athlet collapsed and died on a sub way platform Sunday night while waiting for a A native of he was a star lineman for three years at Ohio After spending the 1946 season as an assistant at the University of he moved to Okla homa and served as line coach for 17 years under Bud Wilkin He succeeded Wilkinson as head coach in Local bantams triumph but midgets take loss RED DEER Lethbridge Bantam Reps built up a 40 first period lead and downed Red Beer Moose 64 in the first game of a totalpoint series Saturday in Red The second game of the series wiU be held Saturday in Lethbridge at Adams Ice Cen tre at Lethbridge Midget Elks didnt fare as well as they dropped a decisive 83 decision to Red Deer in the Al berta Midget The game was played Saturday evening at Adams Ice Centre in Leth The Elks now travel to Red Deer this coming Satur day to meet Red Deer in the second game of the totalpoint Joe Meli led with a pair of Singletons went to Baden Darrel Myles Fox and Eeg on goals by PiU Darrel MeU and Fox gave indications of a run away but the homestanding Red Deer club outscored their 21 in each of the last two Handling the Red Deer scor ing were Bsb with and Pen Rice and Brian The was clean and Lethbridge Elks dropped an 83 decision to Red Deer Sat urday in the first game of their Alberta midget A final and will face a fivegoal deficit Sat urday when they travel to Red Deer to complete the The Elks collected 21 penal ties compared to 12 for Red Deer with the winners scoring four goals while holding a man Dennis Derrick Blasco and Ron Krikke scored the Letbridge In local minor the Totems blanked the Canucks 30 as Bruce Anderson posted Ms fourth Peter Livio Pavan and Neal Pmey scored for the winners in the pee wee contest In Bantam A the Cana diens whipped the Maple Leafs 80 with Don Mills and Lee Sal mon scoring two goals each for the Cam Dale Jim Richards and Brian Robinson notched the The Red Wings trimmed the Marlins 101 with Bob Salmon bagging three goals for the 1 winners while Don McKenna I anc Cliff Miyashiro notched two goals each Tom Ed i Valowega and Bob Miles 1 added the others with Lome TONIGHT EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM BIOCKBUSTER CARD1 THORTON VI PEUER THE STOMPER vi HAYES ABDUtlAH vi KROFFAT 6 TREMENDOUS BOUTS Osmond scoring the lone goal for the In Pee Wee action over tlfe weekend Cary Kamitomo pump ed in two goals leading the Penguins to a 50 romping over the Robert Mark and Jim Severtson rounded out the Penguins The Vikings were led by two goal performances from Jeff Takeyasu and David Stephens as they whipped the Sabres Takeyasu and Mikla of the Sabres both popped in a goal each in the first period as the two clubs fought to a 11 first period The Vikings came alive in the second ramming in two goals and pumped in one more in the In a pee wee game the Can ucks and Tigers played to a scoreless tie with Mark Tokariuk of the Tigers scoring Iris eighth shutout of the sea Labor Club evens series The Labor Club evened out the City Recreation Hockey League championship playoff series to one game apiece as they came up with a hard fought 64 victory over Bas ils Sunday Prior to last nights encount the Saints held a 10 lead in the bestoffive playoff series Kastings fares well The Canadian American Dual Swim Meet was held at the Civic Centre Pool Saturday as 13 teams from different parts of Alberta took part in the oneday Some 150 top Alberta swim mers competed for a chance to be picked as a member of the Alberta team which will com pete against teams from British Columbia and the Pacific north west next Wendy Kastings of the local club should be assured a spot on the team as she picked up two first place finishes and a Swimming in the girls 13 and 14 age group Kastings came first in the 100metre butterfly and in the 100metre and raced home second in the 100metre Susan Hunt swimming in the open finished first in the 100 m e t r e individual medley and fourth in the 100m e t r e freestyle while Barry Emerson placed second in the 400metre freestyle and sixth in the 100 metre swimming in the bovs 13 and 14 division as they picked up a 42 victory in the series Don Bruchet and Stan Max well played brilliantly for the Labor being instrumental in most of their Bruchet picked up three goals and a helper while Maxwell blinked the light twice along with three Bruchet opened the scoring at the giving the Labor Club a slim 10 lead after the first period of then watched Doug Harrold come back to tie the contest early in the N a x w e 11 tallied his first marker midway through the second and gave the Labor Club the lead once again only to see it matched by Bob Bal azs 25 seconds Richard Chollack broke the 22 He at the mark of the final period giving the Saints the lead for the first Some two minutes later Bru chet connected for his second goal which was quickly fol lowed by Lorne moving the Labor Club ahead Halfway through the Gary Canadine rounded out the Saints scoring as he evened the score while each club played with a It was not until the mark that the contest was de cided as Maxwell blasted in his second mark followed by Bru chets third marker 15 seconds The Labor Club picked up four of the seven minor penal ties assessed during the three periods of play and received the only 10minute misconduct handed The third game of the series will be played Friday March 26 at 9 p Centennials earn deadlock By THE CANADIAN PKESS The bestofseven quarter j finals of the Western Canada Hockej leagues Western divi i won opened Sundaj but it didnt resohe anything for Alberta Junior Hockey League Finals TABER CIVIC CENTRE MARCH MARCH p LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS VI RED DEER RUSTLERS ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS STUDENTS end CHIIDREN Tuesday and Wednesday 15 r Village Mall and laber Civic Centra Season ticket holders until 8 the night of the game to get their ticket at ho Tabor Civic in opener Swift Cm rent Broncos and Cal gary Playing at Swift the teams battled lo a lt tie in the first game of their In Edmonton the Oil Kings j pulled a 43 win oier Saskatoon i Blades on a goal by Don Kozak 1 in the final minute of In the Eastern division at Winnipeg Estevan i Bruins took a 10 lead in their quarter final series over Win nipeg Bruins tok a 20 lead in the first period then held on to defeat Ihe Jels 32 Trie teams tied their first gamp At Flin Ihe Bombers romped to an easy 81 victory Regma Pals Sunday for a 20 lead m their quarter At Swift Current Bill Mc Fadm soorod fnr Broncos a t Ihe 106 mark of the third After a scoreles first Bcrmc Doan lind put o hf coirboard a 4 12 of Ihe The ciubs moot Tuesday in Cal gary for their hccond i Centennials took four of the rmm mmnr penalties while i falgarj oiitshot Swift Current I before never got a break in the two Any kind of a break would have the coach stated They just wouldnt It was a poorly played sec ond period Saturday and a de fensive mistake Sunday that proved to be the big differ defending league took advantage of sloppy Lethbridge play to score two unanswered second ARCHIE MCLENNAN Triggered goal Sunday evening Sugar Kings two down RED DEER LETHBRIDGE 1 First period Mc Donald McLennan Red LIndsbag 13 Penalties Bolkoway Dempster Ogllvie double Robertson Resch Fodness Second period Red Ogll vie Dempster 4 Red Mc Dougal Dempster Penalties Mutch Ogilvie Wedderburn Third period No scoring Penal ties McLennan 9 Likoski 16 BolKoway major penalties assessed were 26 game misconducts and two gross RED DEER LETHBRIDGE 2 rst period 1 Siumpf Bolko way Paskuski IRotertson Penalties Bolko way McLennan Mutch Ogllvie Wedderburn Bolkoway McCrea McDonaid Wedderburn 19 55 Second period No scoring Penal ties Boikoway Dodd Mutch Paskuski McLennan U Third period Red Mc Dougal Bolkoway 4 McLennan McCrea Red Bolkoway McDougal Penalty Alcindor easy victor NEW YORK AP Lew Al the 7 foot2 supers tar who turned Milwaukees expan sion team from a lastplace club into a division winner in two was named Saturday Ihe Most Valuable Player in Hie National Basketball Associ Alcindor won the award by he bigccst margin since the honor was established in taking 133 firstplace 10 seconds and three thirds for 698 pouits in the balloting by NBA Jerry West on Los Angeles Las second uith 166 1 draft choice in the NBA two years led the league in scoring this averaging more lhan 31 points a game as he shot the Bucks lo Ihe Midwest Division DROUGHT ENDS SAN DIEGO AP Jack Evans scored his first goal m 184 Western Hockey League games triggering San Diego to an BI rout of Salt Lake Citvs Golden Eagles be fore The veteran defenceman scored his first goal since beating goalie Rick Charron in the first period goals That made the Brian Ogilvie scored a pair for the Rustlers while Leo Mc Dougall added a Lanny McDonald replied for Ihe Sugar McDonalds marker gave the Kings a 10 Sunday Dwayne Bolkoway scored the winning goal mid way through the third period as he was left all alone in front of Sugar King netminder John Davidson and fired a high shot past the King goalie who was down after stopping a shot by Doug Stumpf and McDougall com pleted the Red Deer Garry Paskuski and Archie McLennan tallied the Leth bridge Saturday night Kings out shot the Rustlers 3027 but had trouble beating Dale Red Deer made Da vidson block 32 shots while Henwood came up with 24 Kings are on the limp for their next two Saturday night Paskuski and then George McCrea were fell ed by Paskuski had his left ankle frozen and McCrea his right Both con tinued to but at a slow ed Davidson very nearly didnt dress The flu bug hit the netmind er early Saturday morning and it was feared he would not be able to He and turned in an outstanding Possibly the most serious and yet needless injury was suffered by Fraser The Sugar King captain was dropped by a right hand from Don Bolkoway as the Leth bridge playc was bent over to pick up his stick and gloves during third period I didnt even see it coming said he just let fly for no apparent Robertsons nose was badly broken by the blow and may cause him some The needless part of the in jury that it need not have happened had referee Bill Bucjk been in control of the game at the precise moment of the It all came about as a result of a penalty shot awarded Dave George of the Kings af ter Hustler defenceman Den nis Resch put his hand on the puck in the George missed the penalty shot and the Red Deer bench emptied to congratulate net minder On their way to congratulate the goalie at least three players took a shot at verbally and It was then the flood gates opened and the benches All players on both sides were while coaches Chapman and Alf Cadman of Red Deer were fined after being assessed gross mis The incident brought about 284 minutes in penalties and set a record for the Kings will skate tonight and again Tuesday in preparation for the Taber We can beat them at said This thing is a long way from Its not like were down ICE CHIPS Red Deer coach Alt Cadman not sure hell like playing in a beet farmers arena of made to the fact the Rustlers and Kings play in Ta ber Wednesday and Thursday Garry Paskuski and George McCrea had their feel frozen for Sundays game but hopes are Ihe three days rest will help Lcthhridgc coach John Chapman appalled at the verbal abuse he was forced lo lake in the two games More than once he was told IK was a pig and a slob Reference wras also made to members of his family One Sugar King player saying the Red Deer fans belong in George s Island Randy Andrcachuk talking to himself aflcr Sundays game He missed on a breakaway and then hit a goalpost late in Ihe game lied Deer figure to have a few fans in Taber since Taber and Lethbridge people are such bitter enemies Sugar King coach Chapman still believes the series will be settled in seven games He just doesnt like the idea of haiing to go lo Red Deer twice more if it RANDY ANDREACHUK A pair of tough scoring Jets laced bv Nelson NELSON CP Nelson Leafs whipped Spokane Jets 91 in the first game their bestofseven Western In ternational Hockey League final Peter Vipond and Leroy Mowery got Uvo goals each to pace the Nelson Tom pi Ed Danny Terry Jones and Buck Crawfoid scored singles for the Larry Don Scher Bob Trembecky and Charlie Goodwin scored for the Nelson took a 41 lead at the of ne firs period and a hometown crowd of saw the Leafs lead 72 after the sec The teams play the second and third games of the series at Spokane tonight and Wed returning to Nelson for the fourth game LETHBRIDGE MINOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING Civic Sports Centre Room 3 March 228 ALL EXECUTIVE AND INTERESTED ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W U T F A PI Boston M U 7 373 189 US New York M 17 11 232 162 99 Montreal 38 21 13 263 195 89 Toronto 35 30 7 230 192 77 Buffalo 31 38 13 196 271 55 Detroit 20 41 10 19fi 275 50 Vancouver 20 7 197 274 47 West Division Chicago 17 263 172 101 Louf 30 24 17198168 77 Minnesota 27 30 15180207 69 31 14 191 208 46 Pittsburgh 20 34 78 201 221 58 Los Angeles 22 37 12 15 56 California 19 48 5 179 2ai 43 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T f A PI Montreal 27 28 12 209224 66 Providence 25 26 12227240 62 Quebec S3 29 15 195 22 il Springfield 26 32 8 222 262 40 Western Division Baltimore 36 19 6 232 191 80 Cleveland 34 24 7 239 181 75 Hershey 27 28 10215192 64 Rochester 22 32 10 194 218 54 NHL LEADERS G A Pts Pirn 67 74vl41 62 37 96 133 85 50 59 109 4 42 59 101 109 43 51 94 32 30 48 78 20 54 74 98 30 43 73 108 36 36 72 2 22 47 69 10 22 47 69 38 Bos Bos Bos Bos R Chi Tor Bos Eos Tor Bos Mtl HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Chicago 2 Detroit 0 Minnesota 6 Vancouver 3 California 5 Los Angeles 2 Montreal 6 New York 2 Toronto 1 Philadelphia 1 Buffalo 7 Boston 5 American Cleveland 4 Baltimore 0 Providence 4 Springfield 3 Montreal 2 Rochester 0 Western Seattle 2 Denver 1 Central Karsas City 4 Amarillo 1 Fort Worth 7 Oklahoma i international Port Huron 3 Dayton 3 Des Moines 4 Flint 4 For Wayne 9 Toledo 0 Ontario Senior Barrie 6 Orillia 1 Bestofseven semifinal lied 33 United States Sault SI Mane Thunder Bay 4 Manitoba Senior Boniface 7 Kelowna 3 Sf Boniface leads bestofnlnt final 30 Saskatchewan Senior Moose Jaw 6 Saskatoon 3 Moose Jaw wins bestofseven semi final 41 Quebec Junior Quebec 6 Verdun 2 First o bestofseven quarterfinal DrummondviMe 6 Sherorooke 5 First of bestofseven quarterfinal Trois Rivieres 4 Sorel 1 First of fcestofseven quarterfinal Shawmigan 3 Jerome 1 First of besrofseven quarterfinal Central Junior Ottawa 4 Smith Falls 2 Bestofseven final bed ll Ontario Junior Toronlo 3 Oshawa 2 Montreal 5 Oltawa 1 St Catharines Ningnra Falls 2 London If Hamilton 2 Southern Ontario Junior Guelph 3 Detroit 1 First of bpstofseven final Western Canada Estovan 3 Winnipeg 2 Eslovan leads bcstpf seven quarter Fhn Flon a Rpgma 1 Flin Flrn leads best ofsrven qitar lerfmal 20 Edmonton 4 Saskatoon 3 Edmonton leads bestofseven quar terfinal 10 Calgary 1 Swift Current 1 First game of bestofseven quarter final M Manitoba junior Kenora A Selkirk 0 Kenora leads bestofseven temlfl nai 31 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 6 Humboldt 4 Weyburn leads bestofseven leml final 31 Alberta Junior Red Deer 3 Lethbridge 2 Red Deer leads bestofseven fine 20 British Columbia Junior New Westminster 3 Chilllwack J United staets Collegi Boston 4 Minnesota 2 Suddendeath final World Hockey Sweden 6 Czechoslovakia 5 Soviet Union 8 Finland t SATURDAY National Toronto 3 New York 1 Montreal 5 Buffalo 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