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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LITHBRIDGE HERALD Wednsidoy, November 1, 197? SOCCER VIOLENCE A policeman carries Patricia Allen, 16, of Aberdeen, to an ambulance, with knife pro- truding from her head. The girl was struck by ihe knife believed to have been thrown by a spectator a! ani Aberdeen-Celtic match. The injury was not caused by ifabbing. Fortunately the schoolgirl's injury was only slight, her skin having been pierced only a fraction of a centimetre. (AP Wirephoto) Drover stopped LONDON (Reuter) Bill Drover of Montreal was stopped In seven rounds by John Conteh, the promising young British heavyweight boi- er, In a savage tout at the Royal Albert Hall Tuesday night. The 29-year-old Drover, cou- rageous to the last, was a sorry spectacle at the end. His right eye was closed and blood pumped from a cut over his left eye. But the Canadian, who com- plained bitterly that the cut was caused by a head butt, had the satisfaction of putting Con- teh down early In the fight. Locah come back from three-goal deficit for victory Sugar Kings took advantage of magic By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer It seemed only fitting that on Halloween night Lethbridge Sugar Kings should enjoy a lit- tle help in the form of magic. The magic was supplied by nctminder Phil Wandler Tues- day evening before a gathering of 300 at Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Sugar Kings, struggling to get untracked after only one win in their first nine starts, edged Calgary Canucks 4-3 and a lot had to do with Wandler. Wandler was brilliant as he slopped 39 Calgary shots en- abling the locals to come from behind for the win. "A'ot bad for a guy who has been on skates for just one practice this winter, said one fan. Wandler, it seems, was set to forget hockey this whr ter but decided this week to give it another whirl. Lethbridge Sugar Kings and their support- ers couldn't be happier. Should be punished SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Lee Trevino said Tuesday he should be suspended or "fined quite heavily" for quitting the Sahara golf tournament in Las Vegas last week. "I don't think that I should get away with it scot-free, sim- ply because if I get away with it, then everbody can do he said. Arriving here for the Ten Open golf tournament, Trevino told reporters he already has apologized by telegram for walking off the course Saturday in Las Vegas after playing only nine holes of the third round. The Big Difference Is In The Pocket YOURS! Look at the -two suits and you'll be hard-pressed to tell the difference. One is made-to-measure, the other is ready-to-wear by a leading brand name manufacturer. Both are tailored to perfection of superb imported fabric. But our low overhead and maker-to-customer policy allow us to compete favorably with anybody. Drop by soon, it could mean an extra in your pocket. The one on ihe left is made-lo-measure by English and Scolch for only 589.50. English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. "We turn Irie world's finesf fabrics info Canada's finest custom made suils" CHARGE: Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8021 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Tilt 9 P.M. Marshall Chalmers, Brent Clcland, Wayne Hart and Dave Litchfleld shared in the scoring for the Kings while Mark Lo- inenda notched a pair for the Canucks. Roger Bou-que closed out the scoring for the visitors. Canucks led 1-0 and 3-1 be- fore the Kings came up with a three-goal performance that the Canucks couldn't match. The Canucks gave it every- thing they had in the final two minutes when ttey pulled goalie Tom Burgess for an extra at- tacker. They received further help from referee Gerry Gray when he was called on to rule on an illegal stick. Gray fcmd Chal- mers' stick to have too much curve and the Kings' defence- man was given two minutes. Canucks peppered Wandler with seven shots in the final 45 seconds but couldn't beat him. It was a frustrated Canuck club that skated off the ice. They were looking to move into a share of third spot in the league. For the Kings, the win was only their second. Borque opened the scoring with the only goal of Ihe first period as he beat Wandler with a quick shot from the left hand circle. Chalmers got that one back wilh a blast from the point after taking n pass from Bryan Max- tallied his two well. Lomenda I markers five minutes apart to I give the Canucks a two-goal I cushion heading into the final I stanza. j Kings got a break on a power play effort as Cleland narrow- ed the gap to 3-2 setting the stage for Hart's tying marker, Hart picked up a loose puck from a scramble in front of Bur- gess and beat the Calgary net- minder with a quick backhand. Litchlield put the finishing teuahes on Ihe win will] a goal from just outside the Cal- gary blueline that handcuffed Burgess. During the course of the evening Burgess made 22 saves. Referee Gray handed out 23 penalties In the game including nine in the final period that saw Calgary trainer Earl Brown get the heave-ho after he was re- sponsible for a Calgary bench penalty. Calgary also saw Jim Miller take an early shower fol- lowing a fight with Kings' Ron Weiland. Kings are at home for a pair of weekend encounters. They meet Red Deer Rustlers Sat- urday at and Drumheller Falcons Sunday evening at sev- en. Both games are set for Henderson Ice Centre. LOOSE PUCKS Sugar Kings' part owner Adrian Uit- byerse went after referee Gerry Gray at the game's end for his call on the illegal slick His action should get him a fine from league president Jim Scoular Also expected to be rep-imanded is Calgary trainer Earl Brown Ron RENNER TIES UP PUCK Don Renner (14) of the Lelhbridge Sugar Kings ties up the puck in the corner Tuesday evening at Henderson Ice Centre. Kings won 4-3 a three-goal outburst in ihe third period. (Rick Ervin photo) Minor hockey The Red Wings picked up two goals in the second period and one more in the third to drop the Marlands 3-1 in Ban- lam "A" play Tuesday slight. Brian Kanewisher gave the Marlands a 1-0 lead after the first period, but goals by Bob Severtson and Kevin House in the second period and one by Brian Wright in the thi-d gave the Wings the comeback win. In another Bantam "A" con- test, the Black Hawks and Jets fought to a 4-4 draw after three periods of action. Roddy Ross led the Hawk's attack with a pair of goals while Bob Meintzer and John Mc- Murren added singles. Darryl Laidlaw, Bruce Quick, Morgan Monroe and Kim Ir- v.-in replied for the Jets. Tom Block, Rick McRoberts and Keith Miyashiro scored two goals each and paced the A.C.T. Bantam Reps to an easy lu-3 decision over the Eskimos in Midget League play, Scott Jarvie, Larry Albush, Rockie Magee and Lome Os- mond chipped in with solo mar- kers while Brant Marchuk, Mark Baldry and Dave Sazal- sky managed a goal apiece in a losing cause. The Lethbridge Midget Elks travel to Vulcan tonight for an exhibition game with the Vul- can juveniles. Game time is 8 o'clock. League stats By THE CANADIAN PRESS Centre Terry Wittchen of Red Deer Rustlers earned 10 points in three games last week to take the lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring race. Wittchen has 12 goals and 15 assists for 27 points and leads Ken Nelson of Drumheller Fal- cons, last week's leader, by three points. Ryan Wecker of Drumheller, last year's champion, moved into third place on the strength of an eight point week. He has 22 points, one more than Gord Dillon of Red Deer who leads in goals with 15. Wittchen and Nelson lead In assists with 15 each. Don Stephenson of the Rust- lers continues to lead the goal tenders with a 3.63 average. Penalty leader is Brent Cleland of Lethbridge Sugar Kings who has 49 minutes in nine games. SCORING LEADERS Red Detr Nelson, Drumfieller Wecker, Drumhcller Dillon, Red Deer Kinch, Red Deer Sell, Edmonfon Bembridge, Drum EaslcoH, Blugham, Red Deer ZaparnJuk, Red Deer G A Ptl Pirn 12 IS 27 i 9 15 U 6 13 10 2! 7 15 6 21 2B 11 20 21 9 B 17 10 3 12 IS t Weiland, Sugar Kings' captain, must have logged 45 minutes of action Tuesday Don Renner of Taber, playing at right wing for the Kings, is a hustling ball ot energy that never seems to slop Standing a number of inches short of five feet Renner is going lo meet his Waterloo if he kicks the skates out from under loo many more players He dumped Calgary's Wayne Elasclrak twice at cen- tre ice The next lime he may not pick on someone as mild-mannered Tuesday's Park Plaza Motor Hotel three stars were, in order, Phil Wan- dler, Dave Lllclifield and Cal- Ian MacPhce Wan- dler made 15 saves in the first period and 17 in Ihe filial Elan- Tigers lead after 10-5 win Tuesday Changes In the eastern divi- sion of the Western Canada Hockey League were held to a minimum Tuesday night but Medicine Hat Tigers took over tcp spot in the Western divi- sion. Swift Current Broncos rallied a 5-5 tie with Winnipeg Jets in one eastern division contest and Flin Flon Bombers came from behind twice for a 2-2 deadlock with Brandon Wheat Kings in Ihe other. LETHBRIDGE 4, CALGARY 3 First period I, Cal. Qourque (La- tnoreaux, Elaschuk) Miller, 0'Donncll (majcrs) Cle- lend MncPhee, Weilp.nri (minors) Eastcolt (major, minorj, Cle- land Second period 2. Lelh. Chalmers (Maxwell, Knlbbs) 3. CM. Lo- mends (Bruce, Cook) 13.-3J i Lo- rn en da (Cook) Penalties O'Dcnnell Delvre Welland Miller, Weiland (majors! Millar fgame misconduct) Third period 5. Lelh. Cleland (McArtahon, Chalmers) Leth. Hnrt 7. Lelh. Litchfleld Penalties Magec Cook, O'Don- nell Palenaude 7.31; Hart CalflBry bench Robson Cook (misconduct; Chalmers Alouettes face fireworks Trouble brewing: in East By AL MCNEIL MONTREAL (CP) Whether or not Montreal Alouettes play another Cana- dian FoolbaJl League game this season remains to ba seen. But whether they do or don'L one thinp seems certain today- there will ho some fireworks when this season is finished. The Alouelles no ledger con- trol their destiny, but instead must rely on Hamilton Tiger- Cats to back them into an East- ern Football Conference playoff ipot. The Als finished their H- game schedule In Regina last Sunday by losing 29-3 to Sas- katchewan Roughriders. That left them third in the EFC with eight points, two more than To- ronto Argonauts. An Argo over Tiger-Cats in Hamilton Sunday would p the Argos eight points. They would gain the third and final EFC playoff spot on the strength of two wins in three meetings with Montreal this sea- son. Meanwhile, controversy con- tinued to swirl around the luck- less Als ORDER NOW'FOR Lin J-t! J: j HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB 3rd ANNUAL President's Ball SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4fh HAPPY HOUR p.m. fallowed by Dinner DANCING 9 p.m.-FOUR HITS AND A MISS RESERVATION ONLY Ticked in por coupll avail- obis at tho Clubliouia. LIMIT 80 COUPLES MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Last week the elub was re- ported for sale lo a group whose ultimate goal was to use it for the importation of a Na- tional FootbaU League fran- chise. Montreal owner Sam Berger denies the club will be sold. Then there were reports thai dissension was rampant be- tween coach Sam Etcbcverry and a faction of the players. One published report indicated that flanker Terry Evanshen was the leader of the alleged revolt. The situation advanced lo thn point where Evanshen sched- uled a news conference for Tuesday lo air his side of tho story. But the flanker apparently changed his mind flfler a dis- cussion with ncrRCT on the re- turn plane trip from Hcgina. "After deep reflection I have decided lo withlwld any and all comment at this Evan- shen said of the cancelled news conference. "My only concern at this point is Ihe Icnm. When tho season Is complete I will comment on the allcRatlon." Earlier quoted rClche- vorry ns paving he r.mng lo Ret rid of the "rals" con- Irilmlcd lo the dolnrloralion of lenm morale Ihls yeav. But he dcnlod that he had singled out Evans lien. Sports menu TONIGHT Lethbridge Minor Football League semi-final. Bombers vs Eskimos. Henderson Ball Park 7 p.m. City Recreation Hockey League. University vs Labor Club 8 p.m.; Miners vs Com- munity College p.m. Hen- derson Ice Centre. Southern Alberta fencing championships. Open to all in- terested. Bowman Arts Centre 7 p.m. Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League. Lethbricfge Na- tive Sons vs Taber. Taber Civic Centre p.m. City Men's Basketball League. Ebony Hawks vs Card- slon Merchants. Cardston 8 p.m. City Men's Basketball League. Blood Reserve vs Fair- fields Friendship Centre vs Miners1 Library 9 p.m. Civic Centre. THURSDAY Lelhbridge Minor Football League final. Lions vs winner of Bomber-Eskimo game. Hen- derson Ball Park 7 p.m. City Recreation League. Pur- ity Bottling vs Community Col- lege. Henderson Ice Centre 8 p.m. FRIDAY Foothills Fool ball final. Coaldale Spartans vs Vul- can Cougars. Henderson Ball Park 8 p.m. Tri-University Classic. First fn the only western division game U of A Golden Bears vs game Medicine Hat leaped from a three-way tie for second place into sole possession of the lead by whipping Vancouver Nats 10-5. U of S Huskies 7 p.m- Second game U of L Pronghoms vs U of C Dinosaurs 9 p m. 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