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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Leeds maintains Uneasy concern in NDP ranks sixpoint bulge LONDON CP Leeds United maintained a six pomi lead at the top of the First Divi sion soccer standings recovering after conceding the first goal to beat Palace 21 in the English Palace went ahead on a goal by Alan Birchenall in the 28th before Irish interna tional Johnny Giles tied it four irinutes Scottish in ternational Peter who has scored in his last five netted the winner eight minutes after Leeds is in first place with 54 points from 34 but sec ondplace Arsenal kept its faint championship hopes alive with a 10 victory over cellardwell ing with 48 points and two games in hand over got the games only goal from Peter Storey in the 53rd minute o gain a moraleboosting Arsenal plays in the European Fairs Cup quarterfinal in west Germany against Cologne Tues Wclverhamptoa Wand erers jumped into third place with 43 points by beating West Brom wich Hugh Curran scored twice for the Wanderers in their first win on West Bromwich ground in 11 Chelsea lost third place after being held to a scoreless tie by struggling Huddersfield Liverpool beat Derby County 20 which should give added confidence when the Merseysi ders take a 30 lead to West Germany for the second leg in the European Fairs Cup quart erfinal against Bayern Munich Summaries TORONTO 1 NEW YORK 1 First Period Hender son 30 Lay 2 55 Penalties Baun maiors TKaciuk Henderson Second Period Mona tan 14 Keon 3 Toron Trottier 18 Armstrong Pen alties Fairoairn Spen cer Harrison 7 Dupont double minor Harrison malor Henderson Duptre Gilbert Third Period New GIII bert to Ratelle 11 04 Pen alties Dupont Glennle Stewart Shots on goal by New York Toronto Attendance MONTREAL 5 BUFFALO Z First Period 1 Montreal Lapolnte 12 Tardit Penally Second period Stiee han 2 Lemnlni J7 Laoolntel Penalties Perretult Mahovllch maiors Richard 12 1311 7 Lapolnte Beliveau Penaltles Shot on goal by Buffalo t 14 Montreal Attendance BOSTON 5 PHILADELPHIA 3 First period 1 McKenzIe 30 Orr 3 Penalties Ashbee 1 Peters MaeLeish Second Period Le auk 17 Bermer 3 Dornhoefer 18 Kelly 242 4 Stanfield 23 Bucyk Green Awrey 4 Car Green leton Orr Penally Hale Third Period 6 E islt r 5 Green 7 ston Orr 34 Satnlield 8 Kelly 13 Dornhoefer Clark Penalties Hodge Bernler Awrey Hodga mm misconduct Shots on goal by PMIaielpnia J Boston 14 19 84 Attendance LOUIS 1 DETROIT 1 First Period 15 Marseille Sutherland 2 24 Sulherland 17 Lor entl 120 Penalties Berenson Unger LaieuneSSQ How 16 12 Second Period No Pena KCS picard Niekamp EC clestcen Unger 1602 Third Period Delvec chio 19 Laieunesse Penalties Shots on goal by Delroit 1 Louis 10 Attendance LOS ANOELES I PITTSBURGH Firist Period Pren lice 18 Woytowich 2 Los Joyal 14 Pulfor Lonsberry Los Angel Lonsberry 22 Curtis Los Byers 22 B e 1311 Los Angeles Lonsberry 4 Pill steward 2 Woyto Ich Penalties Pronovost Joyal Hoganson B I a c burn Berry second P e r I o d Los Angele Grenler 8 Buckstrom e Los Joyal 17 P ford 4 07 9 Schinkel Hextall Pre lice Bathgale 821 11 Los A celes Howell 2 Byers 12 Los Backstrom 11 Curt 18 00 Penally Hextall 12 14 Third Period No scoring ties None Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 9 16 Los Angeles 5 11 Attendance BUFFALO 7 BOSTON 5 First Period Barrle 4 9 12 5 Smith 4 McKen Bucyk Penalties Awrey Carleton second Period 3 Shack 21 Goyelle J Bos ton Carleton 19 Awrey 12 31 Bos Pen Esposito 65 Smith 7 Duff Penal s Cashman San rson Hamilton Orr double nor Smith game sccnduct Shack Third Period Shack 21 4fi B Shack 22 Barrle Ofl 9 0 Shea 2 arshain Esposito 67 Bucyk Orr Hodge 18 47 OShea Penalties Pearreault Cashman Buffalo nch served by Shack HICAGO 2 DETROIT First Period No Penal es KoroH Second Period AngottI Stapteton Penalties Beren Magnuson Bergman Third Period R Hull 3 Pappln Penalties cclestone Magnuson Shots on goal by hicago M 7 Attendance MINNESOTA VANCOUVER 3 First Period GotdS orthy 31 Douln Goldsworfhy 32 Mohns 142 Penalties Harvey Gibbs 005 Harvey Second Period Grant 1 Mohnsl oldsworthy 33 Harris 5 Mln Gibbs 5 Laboissiere Penallles Popiel Gibbs Taylor 747 Qulnn and Nanne U Mohns Schella Inn 19 43 Third Period Golds worthy 34 Reid Kurlenbach 18 Taylor 8 Hall Johnson 12 Schmatuz Penal jes Hampson Tallon Shots on goal by Minnesota 14 Vancouver U 7 Attendance CALIFORNIA 5 LOS ANGELES 2 First Period 1 Wil iams 14 Hicke 2 Hicke 17 Hardy Jarrett Los LonsWrry 24 16 10 Penalties Roberta misconduct Second Period 4 Los Grenler 9 Curtis 5 Hicke 18 lar rett Penalties Pulford JOVal Third Period 6 Red mond 1 Hextall 7 Ehman 16 Williams 17 Penalties Mattiute si Shots on goal by Los Angeles 11 9 Csiifcrnia 10 14 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 1 TORONTO 1 First Period No Penal ties Hales t Pelyk Second Period Toronto Keon 36 Glennie Phil Clarke 23 Hill man Penalties Bernler Glennie 12 45 Third Period No scoring Penal ties Spencer Van Impe Shots orrgoal bv Toronto 7 12 Philadelphia 8 17 1035 Attendance MONTREAL 6 NEW YORK First Period New Nevln 18 Ratelle 221 Cour noyer 31 Harper 6 34 3 Cournoyer 32 Mahovlich 4 Beliveau 22 Cour Tremblay Penalty ROlfe Second Period New Had fleld 17 Nevtnl Houle 10 Richard Penalties Mahoviich Had field 2 Bouchard Mahov Rolfe 1254 Third Period 2 Tardlf 19 Mahovlich 3 31 Mahovlich 28 Beliveau Penalties Tkaciuk Trem blay minor and major 6 major 6 Cournoyer 9 Nielsen 14 Rolfe misconduct 14 31 Shots on goal bv Montreal 13 9 830 New York 16 18 1 Attendance OTTAWA CP There is uneasy concern Hifhin the X Democratic Party over the ap parent flirtations going on be tween certain party elements and the Quebec independence The fact that is more ar parent than say party doesnt necessarily make the problem easier to deal i with on the j They point to the difficulties j encountered by Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield in 1968 when he had to deal with some remarkable interpretations of the deuxnation The New Democratic Party it self is strongly hut the current leadership cam along with decisions taken by the partys Quebec has tended to emphasize a factional sympathy for Quebecs WAFFLE KESPONS1BLE The partys socalled Waffle whose leadership candi date is James a Queens University has been largely responsible for The other four leadership candidates iiave been busy disassociating themselves from the Waffle 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 i At the same Laurier i nho will be cohir man of the April leadership eon vention has been sharing speaking platforms with Quebec labor leader Michel i ons of the first arrested under the War Measures Act last LaPierre recently told a Toronto aisdience that the time has come when you have got to decide that if you are a Quc becer there is no other place for you but Quebec Many NDP members were annoyed recently when Oil reserves declining creased to j feet from CALGARY CP Canada used more petroleum in 1970 than was found the Canadian Petroleum Asso ciation said Stdlllp Collector A report tabled by the asso ciations reserves committee showed net production of Cana dian hydrocarbons was 517 mil lion barrels while only an esti mated 440 million barrels were added to reserves This left Canada with a proved reserve of barrels down from The proved reserves include only hydrocarbons recoverable from conventional not those found in the Athabasca oil near Fort The association said an addi tional barrels of nonconventional crude oil is recoverable at Fort Canadas remaining marketa sands chibbed io death TORONTO CP Siamp dealer Milton Leroy be lieved to be in his late was found clubbed to death in his home Police said his body lay amid his stamp collection which had been ripped out of display cases and scattered over the His skull was fractured and his body bore the marks of a severe whom neighbors described as almost a lived alone and was seldom seen outside his threestorey house except on brief trips to party supporters received wide spread publicity for attending a speech in by Jacques an advocate revolution in Quebec Newspaper stories said he was applauded by the wife of an NDP and that a provincial I I NDP candidate contributed to I the collection for Laruej Langlois While publicly declaring there is little danger of the party it self being identified with any i form of Quebec some MPs are known to be worj ried that misunderstandings will They say this was clearly the case in 1908 with the Conservaj live deuxnation Opposing parties cannot be expected to help out in such sit1 uations One party member said there aic even some difficulties now in defending the civil liberties of those anfisted under the Wai Measures since this could be misconstrued as defending terrorism The party has always been a stout defender of civil The whole issue of the party s position in Quebec is expected to figure prominently at the April 2234 leadership conven tion and most officials say various misunderstandings will be laid to But they agree its unlikely opposing parties will leave them March 1971 THE UTHBRIDGI HIRMD Piano workers find new jobs TORONTO CPi Thirtyi many are going to other seven of 40 employees of Mason i such as carpentry and cabinet and Risch Ltd who will lose he their jobs the piano manu The a subsidiary of faciurer temporarily ceases I Aeolian of New has havefound employj been making pianos for atom ment a company 100 spokesman said here Furlong said the company continue to sell pianos moVe JTauTbeen hope to start manufacturing at Sone of the men are going least in a small whentne and economic climate J E president of the to work for piano SCHOOLS DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Applications are until Morch 26 for the position from April 1 to August Honorarium of per month The successful applicant moy presently be teaching or in school in youth adult community or ony interested citizen would become a member of the Community Summer Presrom 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