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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Novombor 1. 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID Locals Scramble To RemainTied For Top [s Split With Stampeders Jiy PAT SULLIVAN Herald Siiorls Wi'ilcr LcLhbridgc Sugar Kings main- tained share of first plate in the Alberta Junior Hockey Lea- gue over (he weekend but had the daylights scared out of them by Ponoka Slampcders before doing so. Kings went into the weekend lied wilh Red Deer Kusllers and one point ahead of Calgary Mount Hoyal Cougars, but after Saturday night found themselves in second place behind the Hust- lers. The locals had every chance to win a pair of encounters be- fore a hvo-day, home crowd o, but can be thankful they emerged with one win. Saturday night the Stamped ers had only 23 shots on net bu four of them counted and the) earned a 4-3 triumph over the Kings. Sunday, Uirce third per iod goals gave (he Kings a 5-3 ANDY CAPP ALWAYS ANNIVERSARY. ONE OF THESE BANS I MIGHT BE LLJCKVAN' OH.FLO.CAMNEB LET ME 'AVE GET THE FLAGS OUT.'E'S REMEMBEREbll i ot triumph and i.'e f.V.1'.' first place. Hustlers moved into first place wilh a 7-4 win over Ed- monton Movers Satiu'day night in the Capital. Sugar King coach John Chap- man simply shook his head after the game Sunday and promptly called a meeting. The locals, it seems, are in for a shaking up. Saturday night George Mc- Crea fired home two goals for (he Kings wilh Len Chalmers adding a singleton. The Irio ol markers were not enough to' offset a high-flying Stampeder band as Marcel Comeau notch- ed a pair while solo efforts were turned in by John Simp- Ion and John Lychak. II. was Lychak's marker at of the final period that gave Pon-' oka the win. Sunday Fraser Robertson, McCrea, Dave George, Lanny McDonald and Archie HcLcn nan paced the Kings with a goal each. Simanlon with two and Doug Topley, accounted for the Pon- oka goals. Some fans were on liana Saturday night, Halloween, and "t was a haunting night for the Kings. John Davidson, the Kings lip-flop netminder had an off SOME MORE ACROBATICS Jerry Thomas, Ponoka Slampeders' netminder Sunday, performed acrobatics lime Dave Krook (5) awaits rebound that didn't come as Thomas made a brilliant glove save off of tanny McDonald, not 1 1 locals outshot Ponoka 49 23. Kings limited the Stamps to ust seven shots in the middle wriod but they scored three again against the Lembnage sugar Mngs m Alberta in picture. Kings spur wiin ronoKa winning D-J aunaay Junior Hockey League action at the Arena. Sugar King after losing 4-3 h iMiiiiFiTiiHH Blank Rangers, North the NHL's scoring leader wltti 19 poinls, was Ihwarted continually by goalie Cesare Maniago who faced 50 Bruins shots. Esposito managed only one assist despite liis 13 shots on goal. PADS LEAD However, his Ihree assists ta thc game agaJnst New York helped pad his scoring lead to three points over McKenzie and snapped the Rangers' win string at seven. His weekend point production also moved the 20-year-old native of Sault Sic. Marie, Ont., over the 500-point plateau, the 42nd NHLer to reach that goal His career totals now include goals ajid 2M assists for 502 points. Boston defenceman Bobby Orr, who dislodged Esposito 33 the scoring champion last year, registered a goal and three assists against New York as veteran Ed Johnston turned in the first Boston shutout of the year. The Rangers extended home-ice winning streak to six as they scored tliree times against Chicago's Vezina. Trophy winner, Tony Esposito, in Uie first period enroute to their Sunday win. At Detroit, the Maple Leafs were in an uphill battle all tho way as Frank Mahovlich, with his first of two goals, and Nick Libhelt gave the Red Wiugo a 20 first-period lead. But with Keon's two goals and an assist, and steady goaltending from Bruce Gamble, Toronto finally clinched victory when rookie Guy Trottier broke a 4-4 fie wilh his third-period goal. By IAN1 MacLAIXE Canadian Press Slaff Writer His words lacked Ihe eloquence of a William Shakespeare, but one would find il difficult to argue the case pul forward by Boson Bruins' Gerry Cheevers. Earlier this season, even before file N a t i o na 1 Hockey League champions reported to training camp, the 28-year-old goaltender from SI. Catharines, Ont., remarked: "We put H. all together one night last April in Boston Garden." He was, of course, referring to their Stanley Cup semi-final playoff with New York Hangers. With the series tied two apiece and the Hangers leading the fifth game 2-1 after two periods, ihe Beantowners rebounded for a 3-2 victory. They won nine straight playoff games, leading to Iheir first Stanley Cup celebration in 29 years, and so far have lost one of nine starts in the 1970-71 campaign. Their two latest victims were the Rangers 6-0 Saturday with Ed Johnston in goal and Minnesota North Stars 5-0 Sunday with Clieevers in goal. The wins moved the Bruins into a :irst-place tie wih New York in the NHL's East Division, each with 15 points. In other Sunday games, the Hangers bounced back with a 5-2 victory over Chicago Black lawks, West Division leaders, Dave Keon's two goals paced Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-4 win over Detroit Red Wings, Philadelphia Flyers opened a 3-I lead then hung on for a 3-2 trimming of Pittsburgh Penguins, and Los Angeles Kings defeated Buffalo Sabres 4-2. Saturday night, Montreal Can-adiens used the scoring efforts of six different players in Vancouver Canucks G-3, Ihe ilaple Leafs were frustrated by he goaltending antics of veteran Gump Worsley in a 3-1 loss o Minnesota, three first-period ;oals carried Chicago to a 5-2 vin over Pittsburgh and SL. Louis Blues recorded their fifth straight home-ice victory, 3-0, against Los Angeles. At Boston Sunday, Johnny set up the game's irst goal, then came back from a high-slicking wound Ihat 10 stitches at the end of the second period lo score early in the Ihird McKenzle's goal was one of two Boston Tallied while Minnesota defcncomcn Bnrry Gibbs, who inflicted the wound to Lhp Strain SUNDAY NEW YORK 5 CHICAGO I Firsr Pericd 1. New York, Stewart 1 (Seiling.Luce) 2. New York, Hadfleld 6 (RalellE) 3. New York Irvine 1 (Ralells Gilbert) d. Chicago, Neslerenko 3 (Jar-rell, Magnuscn) Penallies R. Hull double major Apps major, minor 'Second Pericd 5. New York, Ra-lelle 4 (Gilbert, Madfield) Pen-allies None. Third Period 6. Chicago, Maloney 3 (Schmyr, While) S-.S4. 7. York, Balon 3 INevln, Tkaczuk) Pen-allies Jdirelt Park Shols on goal by Chicago New York 17 11 1B-3B Attendance BOSTON 5 MINNESOTA 0 First Period 1. Boston, Bucyk 7 (Slanfield, WcKcnlle) 2.53; 2. Boston, Slanlield 2 (Bucyk, D. Smilh) 6.15. PcnaNies Sanderson 9.52, AAcKech-nio Harris U24, 17.54. Second Pericd 3. Boston, Wesl all 3 (Carlelon, Sanderson) Pfinal-ties Gihbs Weslfall Bar-relt GJbbs five minules high sticking Third Period i. Boslon, McKenzie a. (Orr, Esposilo) 5. Boston, Cashman 5 (Hodge, Carlelon) Penalties Barrelt Gibbs Shots on goal by Minnesota 12 30 Boslnn 20 1! 30-59 Allendance' TORONTO 5 DETROIT 4 First- Period 1. Delroil, All T fieiT Bruins Tnnger's left forehead, was serving a five-minute major. Boston cenlre Phil EsposiLo, major, minor, Caahman Nellson Second Period 1. Boslon, Bucyk 6 Orr} 1. Boston, McKenile 4 (Orr, Esposito) 3. Boston, Green 2 (Hodge, Esposllo) Pen-allies Westfall Egers Sanderson Third Period 4. Boston, Orr 3 (Esposito) 5. Boston, McKeiule .1 (Bucyk, D. Smllh) Boslon, West Fall 2 (Sanderson, Orr) Pen-allies Esposilo Morton Wesl (all Green 4, Irvine Shots on goal by NGW York 13 B 35 Boslon 9 2-1 Allendance ST. LOUIS 3 LOS ANGELES 1 Firsr Period No scoring. Penalties Marolle Cahan Second Period 1. SI. Louis, Borde-leau (Roberls, R. Plager1) 2-St. Louis, Sabourin 5 (Sulherland, SI. Marseille) Penallies Marotte, Crisp B. Plager Third Period 3. SI. Louis, Eccle-slone 1 (Bordc-leau, Crisp) Pen-allies Berry major, W. Plager, Lor-enlz, Widing B. Plager Snots on goal by Los Angeles 1 17 SI. Louis 15 15 3B Allendance CHICAGO 5 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period 1. Chicago, R. Hull 4 (Campbell, Maki) 2. Chicago, Campbell 4 (Makl, R. Hull) 3. Chicago, Koroll 3 (Mikila, Stample-ton) Penallies Schlnkei Hexlall While Second Period 4. Pittsburgh, Har-baruck 1 (Balhgnte, Hexlflll) 5. Pittsburgh, Schock 3 Penallies While R. Hull Prenllce Walson, Chicago Bench Boyer, While Third Period 6. Chicago, D. Hull 2 (MiKUa) 7. Chicago, D. Hull 3 (R. Hull, Koroll) Penalties None. Shols on goal by Chicago 14 11 40 Pillsburgri 7 13 Attendance Picture Western Picture Butte High Schoo drubbed the Cardslc-.i Co-nan 51-12 over the weekend en abling tliem to survive the 1971 Western Eight Football League season withoul a loss. In other games played over Uie weekend to wrap up Ihe season, Ihe Raymond blasted through for four touchdowns. Randy Cairns was nearly as effective for the league winners as he was one major short of Tanaka's total with three. For the Cougars Wolfgang Daniels managed to scramble lor both their major scores. The Raymond Comets had to settle for second place this yeir with having only one loss during the nine game season. Their only loss came by the hands of Picture Butte High School. Bruce Laidlaw and Phil Irwin also had outstanding days on the field in Vulcnn with Laidlaw picking up four touchdowns and Invin three. Tom Ellis got the other touchdown for High River. For the Ridge Riders Wayne Thielen was credited for two touchdowns while Rick Sahey and Barry Lodermier had singletons. In Nanton the host club had their hands full trying to stop Deruiis Neufeldt who ended the game with three touchdowns. Gehard Schmold, Rich Low and Doug Foxall were the other Coaldale scorers. G. Kostiuk also was good for six convert Sunday the Kings were stymied until the third period by Jerry Thomas. Saturday night goalie Graham Parsons jerformed magic tricks to keep he Kings at bay and Sundaj Thomas' glove robbed the ocals before the third period when they managed lliree goals to win going away. McDonald, the Kings leading scorer this season, picked up a goal and three assists. His screaming slapshol in the final stanza proved to be the winner McCrea hot on McDonald's heels enjoyed a five-point weekend wilti three goals and two helpers. Davidson will sit out the Cings next game, in Calgary Tuesday, as he picked up a 10-minule misconduct Sunday, im McCrimmort of the Stampeders will also cool his heels in be Stampeders next game. Sunday Davidson had to stop 27 shots while Thomas blocked 51. Saturday night Ponoka got the nod on five of eight minor penalties while Sunday they picked up 11 as compared to 10 for the Sugar Kings. Meanwliile in Edmonton the Movers held a 2-0 lead after Uie first period but trailed 4-3 after two and were out-scored 3-1 in the third. Wynn Dempster led the Rustlers with two goals wliile singles went to Doug Slumpf, Dwayne Bolkowy, Lome Bar-tell. Mickey Girard and Wayne Sevill. LETHBRIDGE 5, PONOKA 3 First Period 1. Leth. Roberlson (Mulch, McCrea) Penallles Krook Whifford Murpliy McCrimmon Roberlson Second Period 2. Ponoka, TODley CLychak) 3. Lelh, McCrea Krook Shardlow) 4. Pwoka, S manlon (Comeau, Wnllford) Penalties McCrimmon PaskusKI, Graham minors Roberlson, Simanlon majors, slman-Third Period 5. Lelh. G e o r q e (Robertson, Shardlow) 6. Lelh. McDonald (George, McCrea) 7. Ponoka, Simanlon, (McCrimmon, Comeau) e. Lelh. McLennan (Chalmers, McDonald) Pena -tics Andreachuk Simplln PaskuskI (misconduct) Davidson (mlsconducl) McDonald Simp-kin (majors, McCrimmon (misconduct) PONOKA 4. LETHBRIDGE 3 First Period No scoring- Penalties PaskuskI Graham Pocza Lychak Robertson (minors) Second Period 1. Lelh. L. 2. McCrea (McDonald, L. Chalmers) 3. Ponoka, Simp-kin (Comeau) 4. Lelh. McCrea (McDonald, PaskuskI) 5. Ponoka, Comeau (Bangley, Simanlon) 6. Ponoka, Comoau (Simpkin, McCrimmon) Penalties Top-ley Lychak Third Pericd 7. Ponoka, Lychak silvernngle) Penally McCrimmon 1 whippet! Vulcan 48-8; River nailing the hosting Milk Him- Ridge .Riders 52-25; St Mary's dumping Claresholm 26-12; and the Coaldale Spartans bounced the Nanton High School 42-1B. Glen Tauaka was Hie big thorn in Cardston's side as Dark Hi Still Ali VANCOUVER (CP) Trev Fisher of New Westminster, B.C., a dark horse who wasn't expected to be around in the stretch, is the giant-killer in the Evergreen tournament of champions curling competition. The 38-year-old plumber conquered the gianls in the tournament Sunday at the Vancouver Curling Club to qualify for the championship ve Fisher's Ihird victory of the day was an 8-5 decision over defending champion Glen Pierce of suburban Burnaby and gave him Q chance at the top prize. The Royal City skip began play in the C event Sunday, on the brink of elimination after losing two straight the previous evening. Fisher had opened the bonspiel Friday by defeating Lome Ovens of Surrey, B.C. then he handed Alberta's champion, Hec Gervais of Edmonton, his first of four losses. Then, however, the Fisher rink was sent reeling to the fi-na] qualifying event with losses to Bernie Sparkes of Vancou-ish, B.C. Sunday morning, had his biggest game of the t o u r n ament by eliminating three-time world champion Ron Northcott of Calgary 8-7. Then he dumped the former B.C. champ, Glen Harper of Duncan, and Pierce, who has won the Evergreen Hie last two years. Fisher played Kilbuni Uiis morniug wliile George Fink of Calgary met Kevin Smale of Prince George, B.C., in the eighls of the championship event. The two winners squared off at noon. In a quarter-final championship game Sunday night, Herv Mann of Saskatoon whipped Ovens 0-4 and Sparkes defeated Ed Risling of Seattle Bombers Bounce Back For Split By THE CANADIAN PRESS FIin Flon Bombers made a flip-flop Sunday lo rebound from a 4-2 loss Saturday to Edmonton Oil Kings. and win 8-2 over the same team, gaining a tie for second in the eastern division of the Western Canada Hockey League. Estcvan Bruins, on top of the league in t h e division, maintained their lead with a weekend sweep 5-3 over Brandon Wheal Kings Sunday and 7-3 over Swift Current Broncos Saturday. In the other games Sunday, Saskatoon Blades downed Calgary Centennials 7-5 and Winnipeg Jets edged Regina Pats 4-3. On Saturday, Brandon beat Regina 5-2 and Medicine Hat Tigers edged Saskatoon G-j in (Delvecchio, Bergman) Penal-lies __ Hart Dorey Dorcy, Harrison Hart majors Libbett Second Period 1. Detroit, Libbetl 3 (Delvecchio) 3. Toronlo, Pclyk T (Keon, MonharO 4. Toron o, UUman 6 (Ellis, Henderson) 5. Delroit, Mahovlich 4 (Delvecchio, Con-ley) 6. Toronlo, Keon J (Sel-wood) 7. Dc-lroit, MacGregor 3 (Websler) 8. Toronlo, Keon Opeiis Tuesday Night The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association will stage a three-day referees clinic from November 3-5 at p.m. to p.m. at Adams Arena under Uie supervision of Leo Harrold. This clinic will be recognized by the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association and is offered to anyone who is intereted in refereeing in the LMIIA or to those who wish lo register as a AAHA official. Exams will be available in the latter case. The LeLhbridge Midget Elks will hold a praclice for all players wishing lo try out for [he learn on Monday, Nov. 2, p.m. at Adams Third Period 9- Toronto, Trotller 3 (Walton, Dorey) Penallies Rolle 5hufs or. goal by Toronto 1 H -10 Detroit 11 13 9-33 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 3 PITTSBURGH 2 First Period I. Philadelphia, Ber-nier 4 (Lesuk, Clarke) 2. Phila-delnhia, Gendron 3 (Lacrcix, Hale) Penalties Blackburn, Hextall Pelers, double minor Blackburn Pelers, major Hoxlall minor, major Second Period No scoring. Penalties Van liTipe Gendron DornhDefer Polis, Third Period 3. Philadelphia Hale (Clarke) -l. Pittsburgh, Har-baruk 3, (Polls, Scr.ock) 5. Pittsburgh Salher 1, (Walson, Beyer) Penallies Blackburn, Pelers, Shcils on goal by Pittsburgh B U 10-29 Philadelphia 16 7 AMendancc SATURDAY MINNESOTA 3 TORONTO There's greater interest than ever before in our new Guaranteed Investment Plan. Send this coupon for complete Tarkenion Took It Out On Two F against Pittsburgh Sleelers tonight brings the NFL season to ils midway mark. GIANTS THAU, The Gianls Irailed 10-3 in Ihe third quarter when Ihe Jels' defence stopped Tucker Freder-i c k s o n 's fourth-down plunge inches short of the end zone and Tarkenton was swarmed under after faking a futile lateral from Frcderickson as Ihe wlu'stle blew thn pjay dead. Tarkenton came off the ground boiling mad, exchanged words with his lacklcrs and then squared off against Jet defensive back Karlio Thomas, n former Golden Gloves boxer. The tenches emptied and several scuffles broke out before the teams persuaded to re-turn to football. Encc The Giants promptly nailed 3huck Mercein for a safely and Tarkenton fired two touchdown lasses in the next two minutes, .urning the game around. "The fighl keyed our guys said coach Alex Webster, whose Giants have won four in a row after an 0-H start. "It didn't hurl Tarken-on conceded. "Our guys were cmolionally aroused." CAN'T IIECALL PUNCH Tarkenion couldn't recall throwing a punch in Ihe scuffle. "If I'd have landed one, il vouldn't have hurt anylwdy he added. "I couldn't :rush an egg. I'm not planning o challenge Muhammad Ali inytime soon." A punch Olis Taylor denied Jhrowing touched oft tha works at Kansas City and ultimately cost, the Chiefs a vital victory in the American Conference's Weslern Division race. Wilh to play and Hie Chiefs leading 17-14 on a Len Dawson to Taylor TD pass, Dauson sprinted 19 yards to the Oakland and was smacked >v big Ben Davidson afler the whistle. A penally flag was dropped, signifying a 15-yard slepoff igninsl Ibo Raiders, bill when Taylor lil inlo Davidson, lie was ejected from the game and the )ig-gaincr nullified by an offscl-ing penally against the Chiefs. The Chiefs then punted and larylo Lnmonica, raring the :Iock, drove Oakland upficld lo et up Blanda's tying (Burns, O'Shes) Penalties Barrelt McKechnle, Selwood Harrison 1659. Second 2. Minnesota, O'Shee 3 (Harris) e.OB; 3. Toronlo, Ullman 5 Kcon, Henderson) 1.17. Penallieb Selby Drouin 7.02, Barrett 1J 52, Harvey 19.3-1. Third Period A. Minnesota, Burni 1 (Harvey) 19.43. Penalties None. Shols on goal by Minnesola u IT 3i Toronlo 10 1 16-31 Allendancc MONTREAL 6 VV.N'CoUvtK 3 First Period No scorinij. Penal-ids Hall Quinn, Moglc WaKl 67.16, Richard Kurlcnhach DoaV Second Pericd 1. Vancouver, Cor-r non 3 (Wisle, Kurlenbnchl 2., Houle 1 (Tremljlav, Richard) 3. Montreal, Redmond 3 (Lcmaire) J. Montreal, Bcli-venu 3 (Charroni Tremblay) Penallies Bouchard LaPolnie Malti Doak, Boliveau M Redmond Ponicl, Harper Third Pcrled 3. Montreal, 1 Larose) 6- Mcnlroal, Lemalre 2 Bcllvoau, Redmond) 7. Vancouver, Corrioan -i (Hall llarnrcaves) 8 Montreal, Larose 1 (Harper, LsPcInlcl 9. Vancouver, Hall -1 KuMcnbach) Penalties Po-i el Hargrcavcs Qumn Kurtcnbach, LaPolnlo Hcl-vcau Hargreaves, Mshovlich Shots en rjMl by Vancouver H 15 M AMrndnnrr H.71S. QOSTON 6 NEW YORK 0 First Period No scorma, _ cashmnn Irvlr" I', B i lo Benches By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer The fight game, which picked some extra wallop a week ago at AHanla, is on Ihe upswing in another heavyweight [he National Foolball League. A paii' of brawls enlivened Ihe NFL card Sunday, rivalling last Monday night's Muhammad Ali Jerry Quarry sel-lo and playing major roles in New York Giants' 22-10 decision over New York Jels and Oakland 17-17 draw wilh Kansas Cily Chiefs. Frnn Tarkenion scrambled oul of a Ihird-qiiarlcr melee in Ihe first regular season meeling of New York's chargcd-up rivals and keyed n quick-striking G i a n t countcr-aUack thai floored the- Empty A last-minute donnybrook at Kansas City helped Hie Raiders salvage a tie on George Blanda's field goal with three seconds to play. Elsewhere. Minnesola Vikings over-pOH -oral Detroit Tigers 30-17, Baltimore Colls stomped Miami Dolphins 35-0, San Francisco '49ers topped Green Bay Packers 2C-10, Buffalo Bills drubbed Boston Patriots 45-10, St. Louis Cardinals slammed Houston Oilers 44-0, Dallas Cowboys trimmed Philadelphia Eagles 21-17, Los Angeles Rams Subdued New Orleans Saints 30-17, Washington Redskins startled Denver Bronco 19-3, Chicago Bears bounced Atlanta Falcons 13-11, and San Diego Padres turned back Cleveland Browns 27-10. Cincinnati B D I 1 1' FIRST INVESTORS CUHPORA1IUN LTD. 1 1 i Namn _. ritv TY 1 "MENDERS OF THE PRINCIPAL GROUP OF COMPANitS" ;