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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAIIAN ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL MNTHIVILLAOIMAU The Herald- Sports LITHMIDMOntCI FURNITURE LIT 8.C.M. TYPEWRITERS North Stars come under fire Gordon was simply disgusted Joevenazzo sixth McMahon holds lead CALGARY Pete McMahon of The Pass Red Devils has vaulted into the lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League scoring collecting 20 points on eight goals and 12 assists. Runner-up Gary Bembridge of Drumheller Falcons has combined a league-leading 10 goals with eight assists for a total of 18 points. Brian Sutler and Terry Wittchen of Red Deer Rustlers and Grant Minor hockey In Midget action Doug Stevens scored twice as the Ti-Cats trimmed Coaldale 6-1. Single markers went to Mike Ken Richard LaPlace and Mike Freeman. For the Crusaders Mike Girbav replied. Toby Goodstriker was out- standing as he notched four goals in leading the Jets to a 6- 0 victory over the Black Hawks in Bantam A play. The shutout was shared by Frank Novak and Richard Bene. In another Bantam A en- counter the Leafs built up a 4-1 lead after two periods and then held off the Red Wings 5- 4. Clement Crowflag and Bob Schleghl scored twice each for the Leafs with a single going to Bill Brown. Trent Aven paced the Wings with two goals. Solo markers went to Mike Craig and Mike Rath. Pushie of Drumheller follow with 17 points each. Randy Joevenazzo of Lethbridge Longhorns is grouped at 16 points with Roger Mitchell of Drumheller and Barry Lassiter of Red Deer while 15-year-old Paul Messier of Edmonton Mets and Jerry Bancks of Calgary Canucks round out the top 10 with 15 points each. Leading goaltender is Rod Carlson of the Rustlers with a 3.11-goals against average while Terry Kryczka of The Pass has the only shutout to date. Brent McCracken of the Red Devils leads in penalties with 80 minutes and Ed- monton is the most penalized team with 390 minutes. The winner of the CANVAS TRAILER AWNING drawn for during PUBLIC SHOWING AND OPEN HOUSE PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES October 28th was MR. RICHARD KIRK 1010 13th St. Ltthbrldgt SCORING LEADERS The Pass Drum. Red Deer Pustiie. Drum....... R.D....... Drum...... Leth. H.D........ Ed......... Calgary___ Q A P Plm 8 12 20 9 10 8 18 4 9 8 17 9 6 11 17 12 4 13 17 0 5 6 16 4 7 9 16 2 6 10 16 13 8 7 15 7 5 10 15 14 DUNCAN GONE CALGARY Jim former head coach of Calgary Has re- quested and obtained release from his interim recruiting duties with the Western Foot- ball Conference team. THE CANADIAN PRESS Coach Jack Gordon of Min- nesota North Stars was in- censed with his club's 5-0 loss to Boston Bruins in one of three National Hockey League games Wednesday night and ordered twice-daily workouts for the North starting today. In other action Pittsburgh Penguins and Mon- treal Canadiens battled to al- 1 tie and Buffalo Sabres edged California Golden Seals 3-1. Gordon was a dis- grace. If you're not in shape you're not mental- ly The loss was the fifth for the North Stars who also have six ties. Phil Esposito of Boston scored his 14th goal of the sea- son in the to maintain his string of scoring in all 10 Bruins' games. The Canadiens and Penguins met in a lifeless contest in Montreal. played a lousy said coach Scotty Bowman of the had no But Bowman's main concern was the work of referee Wally who was berated for most of the Lemieux arrested Va. Bob general manager and coach of Virginia Wings of the American Hockey was arrested Wednesday night following a brawl with game officials and authorities said. Lemieux was charged with one count each of disorderly conduct and assaulting a police officer. He was releas- ed on bond. The coach was ejected from the game by officials during the last minute of the first period. The Wings were play- ing Providence. Lemieux had heatedly con- tested what he considered a failure by officials to call a penalty on Providence for rough play. When the coach argued with game he was ejected. Complete Car Care 14 POINT ELECTRONIC TUNE-UP One Price e Initial electronic scope check. Test and clean cables and hold down. e All labour for service'and installation of spark plugs. Test cylinder output. All labour for replacement of condenser. Check rotor. Check H.T. distributor primary circuit. Check and adjust timing. Check P C.V. operation. lubricate heat riser valve Check and adjust idle mixture. Check fuel pump and filter for proper operation. Check air cleaner element. Final scope check. PARTS IF REQUIRED WINTER COOLING SYSTEM SPECIAL Pans anti- freeze extra if required Check all belts. Drain and flush rad. Pressure test system. Refill system. Offers good until October 27 wherever you see this sign. We know how much you depend on your car. if UM your Etto or Chargex credit card All work on the above otter is Tor 90 or Ask lor details coach's post-game' news conference. guy is a lousy Bowman. afraid to give a penalty in this building. Bowman felt Harris missed a couple of penalty calls in the third period and called for too many face-offs in the Penguins end. Pittsburgh coach Ken Schin- kel said the Penguins played the same style of game against Montreal as they did Sunday when they bombed New York Rangers 7-2. stuck to the basics of hockey. We didn't lose too many draws in our own end tonight. They didn't get one clean draw from us which they did last week in Pitt- sburgh and cost us the In the Buffalo-California Richard Martin scored three one in each to lead the Sabres to their win over the Golden Seals. Martin now has 10 goals and nine assists for 19 good enough for second spot in the NHL's scoring race. Esposito leads with 24 points. Toronto Maple Leafs visit the Islanders in New the Rangers play the Kings in Los Atlanta Flames play host to California and Chicago Black Hawks meet the Flyers in Philadelphia. Rumors say different All's jaw feels just fine NEW YORK Muhammad All said Wednes- day his jaw feels fine and is solid enough to withstand anyone's including Joe Frazier's. A doctor said he would have to see x-rays before deciding for certain. Madison Square which stages the Ali-Frazier rematch Jan. brought Ali here for a news conference after reports Monday from Hong Kong that the former heavyweight champion had reinjured his once-broken jaw in an exhibition bout against sparring partner .Alonzo Johnson in Kota last Friday night. 'Garden boxing officials said they had been swamped with inquiries from theatre owners and arena planning to show the forthcoming Ali- Frazier re-match on closed- circuit after the Hong Kong reports of Ali's ail- ing jaw. Ali's jaw was broken last March in a fight he lost to Ken Norton. The former champion outpointed Norton in a September return meeting. is just to promote the Ali quipped as Dr. Kleiman of the New York State Athletic Commis- sion asked him to open his mouth. can't tell if anything's wrong with my jaw. What's all this jazz about my Completing his ex- Dr. Kleiman an- is no malocclusion. There is no evidence of a broken jaw. As far as we can there's no deformity there is no swelling. before we come to a final we will have to see Jessie Owens is honored KANSAS CITY For- mer Olympic great Jesse Owens has been named winner of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Theodore Roosevelt it was an- nounced Wednesday. Owens will be presented the award at the NCAA's honors luncheon next Jan. 8 during the association's 68th annual convention in San Francisco. The Teddy award is the highest honor bestowed by the NCAA and is given each year to a prominent American whom competitive athletics in college and attention to physical well-being thereafter have been important factors in a distinguished career of national significance and The approximately 80 reporters present almost equalled the number of tickets sold for Ali's last two ex- hibitions on his Asian tour. Ali maintained that all his exhibitions in Muslim countries drew to he not in other places. Hong they were charging up to a the former titleholder said. cheapest were which is what a Hong Kong worker earns in a Ali then grabbed a micro- leaned backward in his and went into a long un- interrupted monologue. ami I should be in my camp. .Why is there such interest in a What's so important about my jaw. Peo- ple are dying in Egypt and Israel. Ninety-six people kill- ed in a plane crash. hardly hear about that. But my jaw is going to be on the front pages all over the world. People are dying. People are bleeding and all this fuss over a mere boxing Ali said. The prominence given his jaw by the news media drew this philosophic shows how messed up the world is. ...I don't think it's right to get all this and peo- ple who deserve it don't get Knicks pressing Celtics find top THE CANADIAN PRESS Boston Celtics were back in a familiar position and New York Knicks were close behind following National Basketball Association vic- tories Wednesday night. The Celtics whipped Cleve- land Cavaliers 128-110 and the Knicks downed Houston Rockets 102-91. In another Detroit Pistons topped Seattle SuperSonics 114-107. Boston and Buffalo Braves actually share first place in the Eastern but the Celtics get the edge with five wins and three defeats for a .625 percentage. Buffalo is 6- 4 and .600. The Knicks are one- half game behind with five wins and four defeats. Kentucky Colonels set five team records and tied an American Basketball Associa- tion rebounding mark in whipping San Diego Con- quistadors 146-105. In other ABA Denver beat New York Nets 107-104 and San An- tonio Spurs defeated Carolina Cougars 101-99 in overtime. Dave Cowens and Jo Jo White each scored 21 points for white Austin Can- paced Cleveland with 26 points. Willis Reed picked up 21 points and Dave DeBusschere added 20 as New York downed Houston. The Knicks held a 57- 45 lead at the half. Dave Bing and Curtis Howe led a final-period spurt that carried the Pistons to victory. Bing had 11 of his 26 points and Howe eight of his 23 in the fourth period. HEAD FOR SHOWDOWN BRUSSELS Belgium beat Norway 2-0 Wednesday in a European zone group qualifying match for the 1974 World Cup soccer finals. With eight players hitting in double the Colonels waltzed to their eighth victory in nine starts this and sent the Conquistadors reeling to their sixth loss in nine starts. Kentucky finished with a club record of 46 while committing just seven tur- novers. They also grabbed 83 a club record including 60 defen- sive which ties an ABA record set by Oakland Jan. 1969. Artis Gilmore led the attack with 25 points. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division Summaries W L T F A PM Boston 7 2 1 51 28 L T F A Pts Brandon 8 2 1 61 44 17 Buffalo 7 3 0 36 33 Flon 7 3 3 60 52 17 Montreal 6 2 1 29 21 13 Toronto 5 3 2 36 24 6 2 1 40 21 13 Regina 6 4 0 56 31 12 Vancouver... 4 3 1 26 23 9 NY Rangers 3 4 2 28 23 8 NY Islanders 1 4 4 17 27 6 Detroit 2 7 1 33 51 Current 4 4 2 38 47 10 Winnipeg ___ 3 5 1 39 48 7 Western Division Calgary 7 2 1 51 27 15 Wosl DIvMon W L T F A PM Phil 6 3 0 27 13 Hat 5 4 1 53 44 11 N. West 4 8 2 47 74 10 Victoria 2 6 1 34 60 5 Atlanta 431 20 20 1 9 1 39 62 3 Pitts -441 27 36 1 50 19 27 2 Chicago 2 2 4 20 15 8 Los Ang 3 4 2 24 29 8 Call 3 6 0 22 35 SCORES National St. Louis 2 4 2 17 22 6 Minnesota 0 5 6 24 37 6 GAP Esposito B 14 10 5 Minnesota 0 Buffalo 3 California 2 World Cleveland 6 Winnipeg 4 Martin Bui 10 Hodge B 5 New Haven 3 Orr B .5 13 M 9 M ___ 4 10 City 4 Albuquerque 1 Cashman B 4 9 WORLD East Division W L T F A Pts Quebec 8 4 0 50 34 16 N. England 7 3 1 36 26 15 Cleveland 6 1 2 33 22 14 Chicago 5 4 1 36 31 11 Toronto 2 7 3 36 45 7 New York 2 7 2 24 44 6 West Division Edmonton 6 1 0 33 29 12 Houston 4 3 1 29 20 9 Winnipeg 4 5. 1 34 34 9 Minnesota 4 4 1 27 29 9 Vancouver... 3 8 0 33 54 6 L. Angeles 3 7 0 23 36 5 Denver 3 Western Canada Calgary 3 Edmonton 2 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 5 Regina Foxes 3 Prince Albert 6 North Battleford 4 Regina Blues 6 Notre Dame 4 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Boston 128 Cleveland 110 New York 102 Houston 91 Detroit 114 Seattle 107 ABA Denver 107 New York 104 San Antonio 101 Carolina 99 Kentucky 146 San Diego 105 MONTREAL PITTSBURGH 1 period No scoring. Penalties Jones Latlour Second period 1. P. Mahovllch 4 Penally Lefley TNrd period 2. Pittsburgh. Mac- donild 6 Penalties none. on iM by Mlttburgh T i-24 Montreal I Attendance 16.103. BOtTON MINNESOTA 0 Pint period 1. Cashman 4 2. Hodge 9 Penalties O'Brien Savard period 3. EspoMto 14 4 Savtrd Barrett Etporito Btrrott Third period 5. Boston. Orr 5 Penalties None. Shoto on BOM by Boston 14 13 11-M MMmeoota 4 7 14-28 Attendance BUFFALO CALIFORNIA 0 period 1. Martin A Penalties Stewart Second ported 2. J. Johnston 7 3. Buf- Martin 9 Penalty Stewart Thtrd period 4. Martin 10 5. 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