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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD Wodnimlay, November A, 1970 NEW SEASON, NEW CLUB Wayne Maki (11) led winger for Vancouver Canucks brealhes easier Ihese days. Maki, while with St. Louis, Blues, was in a stick swinging duel wilh Boston's Ted Green and it has been hard to for- c-eS the Canuck officials feel Maki Has gollen over it. Thus far ihe winger has scored six goals and added four assists in 11 game. linln'ch Ends Up With Two Forwards Canadian Press SI art Writer Shuffle Off lo Buffalo bar) a modern beat added Tuesday as Punch ImSach conducted his off Thursday night when the oira score of the 1920s hit sang in an effort to bolster iris sag- the East Division about a week I Ihe schedule resumes lowglll' Pittsburgh against Ihe PCT- afio, have since tumbled into llieju-ith five games. Montreal Can- Sub- division basement adiens L Mimlcsota Iwladi lull get a chance !o sec it his personnel shuffle pays Los Angeles Kings are host to In other MIL developments Tuesday, the Rangers assigned defonceman Hike Robitaillc and forward Jim Knilicki lo Omaha ging Buffalo Sabres Tlie fast-moving fast-talking Imlarh completed three deals in a matter of hours, deals he hopes vrill improve his first-year National Hockey League team. lie claimed veteran ric-fence- man Bob Eaun from Detroit Red Wings for the waiver price, then promptly traded the 34-year-old hardrock to St. Louis Blues for two play- -defenceman Jean-Guy Tal- Sabres are at dome to Toronto Maple Leafs, Neir York of Hie Central Their de- Rangers are in Oakland against jpartnre reduced the New York ver Canucks, anolher expansion team this year who currently bold fourth spot in the Eaff. After two days of inactivity, lllawks and Vancouver Li in California Golden Seals, Detroit lied Wings visit Chicago Black- Charges Ridiculous o roster to Chapmtui Ousted From Calgary Game Kings Drop Into LcLlibriilgc Sugar Kings] dropped second ulace in Ihc Albcrla Junior ilot'kc-y League Tuesday evening and Ihe picture could worsen as both league leading lied Deer and third place Calgary Iravo games in hand on Ihc Kings. The locals (ravelled to Call gary Tuesday and were handed an setback by Mount lloyal College Cougars. Tlie win moved Ihc Cougars to within one point of Ihs Kings with two games in hand. In other league action Red Deer moved two points ahead of Ihc pack as they belted Ed- monton Maple Leafs 7-3 while Edmonton Movers trounced PcnoUn SVampulers C-l Ponuka. Some 700 fars took in Ihe game at Calgary and watched Ihe first-year Cougars build up 4-1 first period lead and then stretch it lo 6-2 after two. Boll Ijcgimix and Howie Col- bornc cnch scored twice for the Cougars while solo markers came off the sticks of Jack Pozzo. Brian Smith, AI Pohock Uwaync Bolkowy and Wynn Dempster as Ihey outshot the Leafs 31-21. Singletons went lo Doug Slumpf, John Laskoski, and Brian Ogilvie. Wayne Paul- son, Dale Bowler and Handy Smith replied lor 'he Ijcafs. Maple Leafs look nine of 16 penalties in Ihe game includ- ing a game misconduct to Gary Kokoski for spearing. In Ponoka, 450 fans look in the action and watched the Slampcdcrs fall behind 2-0 and "1-1 after thu first and second periods respectively. Interim Coaches Named By Teams By THE CANADIAN PRESS Two men who appeared in Ihe Canadian Football League dur- ing J95-1 were named interim head coaches in (he National Football League Tuesday at and New Orleans, John Maziir, a tailback wilh Bvilish Columbia Linns in (heir first season tinder coach Annis S'tukus, replaced ailing John Rush at Boston. J. D. Roberts, -in all-America lineman at Oklahoma before j o i n i n g Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and Darrcl Gnss. Fraser Robertson, Dave George, Lcn Chalmers andjtook over from Tom Fears, Randy Aiidreachuk replied for fired Tuesday by New Orleans 'he Sugar Kings. Saints. If was announced in Montreal earlier in the day lhat the 14 two NHL teams now may dress 18 players plus fsro goalkeepers for Ihe remainder of the sea- son. The league's general mana- IlINXEAPOLIS (AP) ing ahout.' said Fred Zamber- gers had ruled earlier lhat each Charges by a former player: letti, trainer ot the Vikings club was allowel1 lo llrets 17 that National Football League since the team ivas organized in learns use drugs were branded Tuesday as "utterly ridiculous" bot, a 38-year-old defenceman by the trainer of Minnesota. Vi- and penalty-killing specialist, kings. and winger Larry Keenan, 30. t rjavc jiego_vesy Earlier in tiie day, Jinlach se-' cured right winger Paul Andr from California Golden Seals. He began his wheeling and deal- ing Monday by taking Steve Atkinson "from the Blues. The expansionist Sabres, who former 1 nebacker for St. I.ouis Cardi- ff's utterly ridiculous. I have never given a player a pep pill during my fiine with the Vi- kings and never will. It's nals, made Lhe charges in Ihe against team policy." "If a player is tart. latest issue of Look Magazine. "I don't know anything about backup man plays. H is belter to healthy player lha'.i one Meggyesy's personal We and I t can't understand how he can who is handicapped. To make such a statement thai re-j knowledge no Viking player ha; forwards mid plus the two goalies for each game until Nov. I. Previously tlje dubs were al- lowed lo dress only 18, including the two goaltendcrs. Tlic North Stars announced the retirement of Leo Boivin, 38, Ivcteran defeneeman who at- iefKled the Minnesota' training camp but had not played any regular-season games, lie will had a share of fourth place in 1 fleets on learns he noth-) ever laken a pill." TAILORED TO MEASURE SUITS FOR CHRiSTMAS Now is ine firne to get measured For thai holiday suit superbly tailored by SAMUEL50HN and SAVILtE ROW. remain ivifh player scout. the club as a Mount Royal got Hie nod on line of K penalties called in game. Pozzo and Andrca- cliuk cooled their heels for five uinutes each tor fighting. Sugar King coach John Chap- man was thrown out of Ihe after becoming involved in a fight uilb a Tan at the end ill' the second period. H was the hird time this year thai Ciiap- nan was removed from a His earlier departures came during the exhibition sea- son. Scolt shots in the Calgary nets while Phil Wandlcr, who replcccd Jolm Davidson in goal for Leth- jridgc, turned aside 23 shots, Davidson sat out Tuesday's game because of a ID-minute misconduct he received Sim- day. In Edmonton Red Deer got ;oal performances from Darling blocked Washington Half lime Ceremonies Backfire NEW ORLEANS (API Pail of a man's hand was hlou-n off and three other persons were injured a cannon fired prematurely during halftime ceremonies at tbe National Football League game between New Orleans Sainls and Los An- geies Rams Sunday. Most of the more than spectators in Tulane Stadium Avere watching as the cannon went off, sending splinters from a ramroad hurtling llirough the air. Injured David Widdi- combe, 22, BK! Leslie Germain, 24, both of Memphis, Tenn.; William Bagley, 32, and Befty High, 21, both of Metaire, La. H'Tridicombs and Germain, members of a ccremouial drill team, Here loading the cannon when the charge fired. The shaft used to push the charge into Ihe barrel splintered and sailed into the east section ot Ihe sladium. striking liagley and Miss High. She and Bagley irerc treata! for cuts. Germain was taken to Iwspital with severe lacerations. Clowns Will Play Ifarlcin Clown-5, witli ouiior- managor coach AI (Runt) Pul- lins at Ihc reins, will be in T'ic- j lure BiHtc Thursday evening for an cxlubflion baskclball cn- The game is for cifl'it o'clock the Picture EutLo High School, Pullins was a momlxip of the original Ifarlem for four years before starling Llio Clov.'iis. lie was once de- scribed Ahn KnpCT.sfcin, finm- of Uic (JIuh'.'i.i-Qltors, r.? one Gels Flood WASHINGTON (AP) Con- Iroversial outfielder Curl Flood, who sat out a season while suing baseball over its reserve clause, tias signed a contract lo return to (Jie game wifh Wash- ington Senators, tlie dub an- nounecd loilay. The American League Sena- tors said Flood signed a stand- ard contract with Ihc disputed reserve clause that binds a player lo a single club which can Irade him at M'ill. But the agreement carried a clause that said Ihe new corn-act won't af- fect tbe outcome of Flood's suit. The court battle is headed for an appeal after Flood lost his anti-trust trial beloie a federal judge. Flood had balked at playing for Philadelphia last year after being dealt lo the Phillies by St. Louis in a seven-man Irade that centred on another stormy star, Richie Allen. The Senators were believed lo be paying Flood more Uian SlM.OCO a year. Tiie lungiuiie St. Louis centre fielder hit over .300 six times in Ill's 12-year National League car- eer. A statement by Boslon Pa- triots said Rush war: being given a leave oi absence lor health reasons. Jie iras stricken by tachycardia an increase in the heart beat, just before last Sunday's Buffalo Bills game. The Bills won 45-10, leaving Boston 1 fi won-loss record this season. Ths Patriots won four ami lost 10 under Rush last year, his first wilh the leani. CHOSE OWN MAN Patriots president Billy Sulli van, in jjanu'jig Mazur as in terim coach, said "il dkln'l make sense to go oulside the fold" in llitir search for a new leader. Mazur, who had previousl been an offensive coach wilh Ihe Bills, was the firsl a.ssislanl hired by Hush when he became Boston's head coach in Febru- ary, 19G9. Rush, when he heard of his leave of absence, loudly dis- claimed Ihe annor.nccmc say- ing that he had resigned at mid- night Monday night. John Mccom Jr., majority Bob Culler scored Iwice for the Movers while Tom Tischuk, Gonl Gamble, Brian Mann, Bob liidncy, ,Mni Prull and Ken LeUtchcur added single goals. ;l Doug Tcplcy scored the only Ponoka marker in i d w a y through the scci'id period. The Movers look seven o[ 13 pcmdlics called in Ihe game. Ed CiiicrLin made 3? saves in Ihc Kdmonlon nel while Gra- liani Parsons and Jerry Thomas combined tor IZ saves for Ponoka. Sugar Kings the highway Ihis weekend hi an effort to gain lost ground. Saturday ly j night they mcel the Maple Leafs while Sunday they do bat- tle wilh Uic Movers. The follow- ing weekend the locals are at home to the Leafs twice. owner of tbo Saints announced Ibe elevation of Roberls, Diving Finals Sol For Calgary Tlie Alberla open winter div- ing championships will be held had been coaching Ihe Hicli-jin November mor.d, Vg., team in the Atlantic M- The p'1? Calgary Ilcn- frew Pool will be the site of the championships. Compclilion will be on Ihc one and three metre boards. Deadline (or entries is No- vember 25 and all divers must aged ari'l coached by Carl j be registered with ihe Alberta Voyles. He was the bighesl-raled U.S. college graduate lo play in the CFL to that time, having been Coast Football League. Roberts, an all-American in 1Q53, spurned offers from Green Bay Packers who selected him in the player draft and joined Hamilton Tiger-Cals, then man- section nf the Canadian Ama- 'leur Diving Association. Fur- ther information cai, be obtain- ed by contacting meet mana- named U.S. college's Lineman gcr Mrs. J. D. (Matg) Scoll, fiS of Ihe Year by Ihc wire services Holly Street N.W., O'algary 47, IUNGE11S LOAN TWO NEW YORK (AP) New York Rangers of Uic National Hockey League assigned de- feneoman Mike Hobitaille and forward Jini Krulicki on loan Tuesday to Omaha of the Cen- tral League. Under new NHL rules, they were sent to Omaba for 20 days for purposes of conditioning. Neither has played in a regular season game this year. 11UCK RECALLED MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Canadiens Tuesday re- called defeneeman Greg Baddy and centre Fran lluck from Montreal V o y a g e n r s of the American Hockey League for tonight's visit to Minnesota North Stars. The National Hockey League Canadiens will use Boddy as a replacement for Jacques Lapar- riere, sidelined in a Montreal hospital by a pinched nerys in his neck, and Huck to lake Henri .Richard's place. .Richard has a groin injury. HORSES DOPED? WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) Tiie sixth race at Koosevel Raceway Tuesday night became a non-betting affair after lliree lorses were scratched because of evidence they had been giver tranquillisers. and Look magazine. 'or phone 252-1875. ELRICH TiRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE HOCKEY SCORES New Yorfe Montreal Vancouver Derroil Inlernalionnl Wesl Divisior ...S3 Us Angeles 5 Vlinnesola 5 1 California ALBERTA JUNIOR W Red Deer n -clfibric Calgary 2 35 W U 1 26 21 13 3 U 50 13 1 3 3 3 y 7 Lsafs J Movers 3 Ponoka 2 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W CLOWN SHARPSHOOTER Earl Charles, from Pasadena Cily College, will be in action Thursday when fhe Horfoin CJawns mcef (Jie of al Piclurc Bultc High School ol eight o'clock, Charles is on oulslondiny boll-hnndlcr and scorer, Sslcvan cgina FIcn Calgary 6 wfff Current 6 askatoon -1 lAedjcine Hal 3 (YHL LEADERS! Courcy, San Diego Jones, Porlland Goyer, San Dieqo Nlctiolson, San Diego Luntf, Phoenix Bond, Denver...... Hinsc, Phoenix BrsdlcVf San Diego Holmes, Seattle Ontario Senior Belleville 5 Kingston Weslern Inlernalional Spofcano 7 Cranbrcak a Quebec Junior Trois-RivisrcG 9 Verdun 2 SI. Jerome A 0 Quebec 5 Rosemoufif 2 ,9 7 Cenfra: Junior 70 ai jiSmilhs trails 4 Brockville 0 J Oflawa 2 F A Pis 1 Oniarfo Junior A 65 35 T) Niagara 7 Kilchcner S 72 ts 17 Hamilton 7 Toronto 2 2 37 Wesiem Canada 1 30 57 1 sajkaloon J Ruginrf 3 i .n 67 7 Calgary 3 FiJmonlon 1 0 28 V. Current a Medicine Hal 1 Saskatchewan Junler Forl Du'.ftppoJie 7 VJDcox 3 Weybum B Melville 6 Alberla Junior Edmtpnlon Movf-rs a PonoKl 1 i A Pis 30 ia a 11 3J Red Doer 7 Edmcnlon Maple LcjM 0 -15 S? t Calgary g Leihbridge A in Manlloba Junior t 5? ft 5 West Kildonari 1 3 -12 3-1 G J 13 10 SI. 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