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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 TMB LETHlRIDae HERALD NovWiDtr SMOI HAW IAL AIIAM HOUDAY ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTMVIUAaiMAU. Sun Devils in trouble By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The number of unbeaten and jntied major college football earns dwindled to seven Saturday when eighth-ranked Arizona State and No 14 Tulane tell from the ranks Arizona State was stunned ov Utah 36-31. putting the Sun Devils quest for a fifth consecutive Western Athletic Conference crown in jeopar- Jv Meanwhile. Tulane bowed to Kentucky 34-7 Three other members of the top 20 also went down to deleat ranked nth lost to Georgia No 13 Nebraska held off No 17 Colorado 28 16 and lied tor 19th was shaded by Klonda 12-8 But the top led by No 1 Ohio although third-ranked Oklahoma and sixth-rated Cougars belt U of L The Mount Royal Cougars built up a 5-2 lead after two periods of play and went on to deteat the University of Lethbndge Pronhorns 9-4 in an Alberta College Athletic Conlerence Hockey League game in Calgary Saturday night The Pronghorns record in their first season in the ACACHL now stands at one vun and two losses They had split with the Red Deer College Kings in Lethbndge last weekend Meanwhile in Saturday s game the Cougars racked up a 2-1 period lead and ex- tended it to 5-2 by the end of the second Thev started out quickly again in the third period and slated awav the victory by blasting in three straight goals belore the Pronghorns hit the storesheet for the third time ot the evening Don Neil was a standout for the Cougars as he rifled m a hat-trick while Clint Armstrong added a pair and singles came off the sticks of Lome Guenete. Terry Marv Sec and Brian Larson Rob Amatto Alvaro Guv Smith and Duane Johnson replied tor the Pronghorns Pronghorns lose final CALGARY Umver- sitv ol Calgarv Dinosaurs cap- tured the Alberta Tn- Umversitv Classic Basketball Tournament Saturday night bv defeating the University of Lethbndge Pronghorns 103-79. Calgarv who downed Mount Roval College 107-82 Friday led 47-43 at the half The top scorer for the Dinosaurs was Lyle Leslie with 25 points followed by Don Lamont with 18 Gary Williams led Lethbndge with 16 points and Dan Court added 14 Meanwhile University of Alberta Golden Bears dumped 74-72 by the Pronghorns Kndav. came back and took the consolation final with an 86-66 win over Mount Royal Steve Panteluk led Alberta with 16 points while Doug Bake paced Mount Royal with 25 During the two-day Wallace Tollestrup of the Golden Bears. Gary Williams ol Lethbndge. Ross Salmon pf Mount Roval andlanMacKay and Don Lamont of Calgary were selected to the tourna- ment all-star team Lyle Leslie of Calgary was named the most valuable player GOING TO EDMONTON HILLSIDE PLAZA APARTMENT-HOTEL 429-0007 422-4211 Penn State had to come from behind Ohio State held to a 3-0 half- time pushed over four scores in the final two two by Cornelius beat Illinois dropping the losers out of a share of the Big Ten lead Fourth-ranked Michigan kept pace with Ohio ripping Indiana 49-13 as Chuck Heater and Ed Shuttlesworth each scored twice Oklahoma trailed Iowa State 17-7 but Steve Davis tossed a pair of touchdown passes and Joe Washington scored for the second time as the Sooners pulled out a 34-17 triumph Notre rated trounced Navv 44-7 as Tom Clements set up four touchdowns and scored one Maryland led Penn State 16- 12 and it was tied at the halt but the Nittany Lions erupted in the second half for a 42-22 victory with Tom Shuman throwing three scor- ing passes and Joan Cappelletti galloping for 202 vards Explosive running by Brad Davis and Steve Rogers and a 73-vard Hanker pass from Joe Fakier to Norm Hodgins sparked seventh-ranked Loui- siana State to a 51-14 rout of Mississippi at Jackson. Miss A lew hours later on the same field second-ranked Alabama used 38-and 29-yard louchdown runs by Randy Billmgslev and Willie Shelby to whip Mississippi State 35-0 Utah capitalized on seven tirst-half turnovers and held Arizona State s explosive ground game to 145 vards in ending the nation s longest major college winning streak at 12 games Anthonv Davis broke loose lor tive touchdowns one on an 80 yard return of a free and Rod McNeill his back-up gained 164 yards as ninth- ranked Southern California blasted California 50 14 John Sciarra and Kermit Johnson combined for 271 rushing yards in leading No 10 UCLA to a 62-13 drubbing of Washington leading 31-28. gambled on fourth-and-two at its owif 26 with minutes left and failed to make it Georgia promptly took advan- tage and won out on Andy Johnson's eight-yard run in the tinal minute John Cherry ran for two touchdowns and passed for an- other to lead No 12 Missouri past Kansas State 31-7 TVe- braska rediscovered its long- dormant offence to turn back Colorado as Dave Humm threw for two scores and Tony Davis ran for two Sonnv Collinf rushed for 176 vards and three touchdowns in Kentucky's triumph over fa- vored Tulane Texas rated 15th scored a quick touchdown and struggled past Rice 19-6 Steve Sanna S two scoring passes led unbeaten Miami of Ohio. No 16. past Western Michigan 24-9 while Vince Kendnck scored one louchdown and ran 40 yards to set up another as Florida up- set Auburn Trevino too hot SYDNEY. Australia Colorful Lee Trevino played his second straight lound without a shooting a tive-under-par 68 and scored a four-stroke victory in a 500 international golf tournament The irrepressible Trevino who had shared the third- round lead with fellow American Jim finish- ed with a 72-hole total of 15-under-par over the rain inundated. par-73 Lakes Golf Course Stewart Ginn of one stroke back starling final recored a 71 and was second at 281 Australians also took the next places with Graham Marsh third at 285. followed by Bill Dunk at 287 The 32-year-old Colbert slagged in with an 80 and woUnd up in a tie for seventh at 289. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION N A 2 vt Kamctc C...... r -3 Vr t2 The Herald- Sports A goal Goalie Dennis Syl Apps and Jack Lynch of the Pittsburgh Penguins are all beaten as Paul Henderson of Toronto Maple Leafs raises his Penguins blanked twice arms after scoring a Penqums 6-0 goal. The Leafs blanked the Bruins take over lead By THE CANADIAN PRESS Phil Esposito shitted gears and Boston Bruins pulled into the lead in the Eastern Divi- sion ot the National Hockey League Sunday night with a 4- 1 victory over California Golden Seals Alter beating rival goalies more than 400 times in his career Esposito added a new shot to his repertoire The veteran centre collected his 15th and 16th goals ol the season in just 12 but it was the 15th that evervone talked about Esposito a lett-handed shot shitted his slick to the right side to battle Seals goalie Meloche and score off a power plav I never scored an NHL goal on a switch like that belore Esposito said 'I ve been working on it in prac- tice In other games Sunday Buf- talo Sabies and Montreal Canadiens tied 1-1 Philadelphia Flyers blanked Pittsburgh Penguins Atlanta Flames shut out Detroit Red Wings 2-0 and Chicago Black Hawks defeated New York Rangers 4-1 The Bruins were upset by New York Islanders 6-4 Satur- dav and in other matches Canadiens beat California 6-2. Toronto Maple Leafs shut out Pittsburgh 6-0 Atlanta edged Philadelphia 2-1 St Louis Blues defeated Los Angeles Kings 4-3 and Minnesota Stars won their first game ot the season over Chicago Bultalo Montreal 35- 20 but Canadians goalie Wavne Thomas was outstan- ding especially in the first period This was a tense game because Thomas played a heck of a Sabres' goalie Dave Dryden said That put pressure on me not to let m a soft goal Butfalo coach Joe Crozier figured his team is lucky I just hope our luck slays the wav it is. he said lake three of four possible points all the vav to thp end of ihc srason rozier ' referring to the lact that Buffalo has a win and a tie m two tries since star cent reman Gil Perreault suf- fered a broken ankle a week ago SCORED NO. 11 It took Rick Martin's llth goal of the season in the 15th minute of the second period to lift Buffalo into the tie The Fivers got their fifth shutout of the season from Bermc who now has allowed just 15 goals in 12 cames and has dropped his They were afraid of Barber They didn't come rushing at us and they appeared a little bit afraid We can be more reckless against a team like Pitt- sburgh said Flyers' coach Fred Shero I see a lack of aggressiveness there But we can t do the same thing against Boston or New York Bobby Clarke and Ross Lonsberrv each collected two goals tor the winners who now Jets turn it on By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Golden Jet burned brightly for the first time this season Sunday night when Winnipeg whipped Quebec Nordiques 8-2 in a World Hockey Association game Playmg-coach Bobby Hull scored four goals as the Jets took second place in the West Division three points behind Edmonton Oilers who defeated Minnesota Fighting Saints 4-3 New England Whalers rccaptured first place in the Kast by blasting Cleveland Crusaders 7-5 And even the teams in the lowlv regions of the Eastern sector had a profitable weekend as Toronto Toros and New York Golden Blades each won two games in a row The Toros beat Los Angeles Sharks 6-3 Sunday after a 5-4 upset victory over the Whalers Saturday night. The Golden Blades edged Van- couver 4-3 Sunday after shutting out the same club 4-0 Saturday In games Saturday former NHL star Gord Howe got his first league goal as Houston Aeros downed Los 6-4 and Chicago Cougars rapped Cleveland 7-4. SCORES WINNING GOAL The Oilers spotted the Saints a 3-1 lead before battl- ing back with Ed Joyal deflecting home the winning goal It was Edmonton's sixth consecutive victory. The Whalers had to come Irom behind with four straight goals to conquer the Crusaders in a game that saw Fierrf Bclarger whii- nvr-'jtes including 70 minutes in the final ruipinH lead the West Division by one point over the Flames Rav Comeau and Randy led Atlanta to its lourth straighl victory The Red Wings have lost eight times in 11 games Flames' coach Bernie didn t ihmk much of Ihe plav however This wasn t a good hockey game he said were luckv We made a lot of mis- takes and took only 19 shots on goal Chicago snapped a six-game winless streak behind the standout goaltending of Tony Esposito We can t catch moaned Ranger coach Larry Popein alter his team went down to its sixth straight deteat The puck just won t bounce lor us but I know this team has tremendous talent By THE CANADIAN PRESS The home teams all managed easy wins in Western Canada Hockey League games Sunday. New Westminster Bruins thrashed Edmonton Oil Kings 9-1. Regma Pats crushed Win- nipeg Clubs Swift Current Broncos whipped Saskatoon Blades Kamloops Chiefs dropped Vic- toria Cougars 7-2 and Calgary Centennials coasted to a 5-1 victory over Flin Flon Bombers Medicine Hat Tigers salvag- ed a 7-7 tie with Flin Flon Satu-day wlnlc was S-3 by Edmonton Ron Greschner scored three fnr Naife LETHiRIDOB OFFICE. FURNITUhl CHAIRS NHL scorers SATURDAY California 2 at Montreal 6 California Montreal Lefley Pittsburgh 6 at Toronto 0 Toronto Ullman Ham- Kehoe Atlanta 2 at Philadelphia 1 Atlanta Lysiak Philadelphia Lonsberry. Boston 4 at NY Islanders 6 Boston NY Islanders St. Cook. D. Stewart St Louis 4 at Los Angeles 3 St Louis Los Angeles Nevm. Chicago 4 at Minnesota 5 What Mike Andrews was given his unconditional release by the Oakland A's Friday and now he's not sure about his future. whose release during the World Series brought about a fine for A-'s owner Charles believes he can still help some club. Home teams win Chicago Minnesota Hextall. SUNDAY New York Rangers 1 at Chicago 4 New York Ratelle. Chicago Kryskow California 1 at Boston 4 California Gilbertson. Boston Esposito Oddleif- O'Reilly Pittsburgh 0 at Philadelphia 7 Philadelphia Clarke 2 Lonsberry Nolet. Detroit 0 at Atlanta 2 Atlanta Comeau Montreal 1 at Buffalo 1 Montreal Buffalo Martin ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A PIS The Pass 9 4 0 56 45 18 Red Deer 8 6 0 70 54 16 Calgary 8 6 0 68 60 16 Edmonton 8 7 0 71 69 16 Drumheller 5 S 1 52 65 11 Lethbndge 2 9 1 40 64 5 NATIONAL East Division W L T F A Boston 8 3 1 59 35 17 Mont 7 2 2 36 24 16 Buffalo 7 3 1 37 34 15 Toronto 6 3 3 44 26 15 Vcr 441 27 26 9 NY Isld 2 4 5 25 33 9 NY Rangers 3 6 2 30 29 8 Detroit 2 8 1 33 53 5 Welt Divition W L T F A Pts Phila 8 4 0 36 15 16 All 731 31 23 15 St Louis 4 4 2 24 26 10 Los Ang 4 5 2 29 34 10 Chicago 3 4 4 28 22 10 Pitts 4 6 1 27 49 9 Minn 1 5 6 29 41 8 Call 3 9 0 27 52 6 NHL LEADERS G A Pts Esposito B 16 12 28 B 10 11 21 Martin Buf 11 9 20 Orr B 6 14 20 Cournoyer M 9 8 17 Cashman B 5 11 16 Lemaire M 5 11 16 Ullman T 7 8 15 Robert Buf 3 11 14 WORLD East Division W L T F A Pts New Eng 841 47 36 17 Quebec 8 6 0 56 47 16 Cleveland 6 3 2 42 36 14 Chicago 6 4 1 43 35 13 Toronto 4 7 3 47 52 11 New York 4 B 2 33 50 10 West Division W L T F A Pts Edmonton 8 1 0 42 26 16 Winnipeg 6 5 1 45 37 13 Houston 5 3 1 35 24 11 Minnesota 5 5 1 35 34 11 Los Ang 310 Q 31 53 6 Vancouver 3 10 0 36 62 6 WHA LEADERS G A Pts 8 13 21 7 12 19 11 7 18 6 11 17 11 5 16 11 5 16 10 6 16 7 9 16 7 8 15 5 10 15 Bernier Q Harrison E V Climie E Hull W Hughes H Webster NE Carleton T Connelly Mm Lacroix NY SUNDAY National Montreal 1 Buffalo i Boston 4 California 1 Atlanta 2 Detroit 0 Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 4 NY Rangers 1 Wor'd New York 4 Vancouver 3 Edmonton 4 Minnesota 3 Winnipeg 8 Quebec 2 Toronto 6 Los Angeles 3 New England 7 Cleveland 5 American New Haven 6 Virginia 1 Richmond 3 Nova Scotia 2 Central Albuquerque 5 Dallas 1 Omaha 4 Fort Worth 1 Western Portland 8 Denver 3 Western Canada Regma 10 Winnipeg 2 Calgary 5 Flin Flon 1 New Westminster 9 Edmonton 1 Swift Current 8 Saskatoon 4 Kamloops 7 Victoria 2 Manitoba Junior West KiWonan 4 Dauphin 4 St James 6 Portage la Prairie 3 Selkirk 9 Kenora 1 Saskatchewan Junior Yorkton 6 Regma Foxes 4 Regma Blues 5 Battleford 0 Estevan 3 Notre Dame 2 Prince Albert 7 Weyburn 6 Alberta lunior Edmonton 6 Calgary 4 Lethbndge 2 Drumheller 2 Red Deer 6 The Pass 2 British Columbia Junior Kelowna 7 Belhngham 1 Vernon 7 Chilhwack 3 SATURDAY National Montreal 6 California 2 Toronto 6 Pittsburgh 0 NY Islanders 6 Boston 4 Minnesota 5 Chicago 4 Atlanta 2 Philadelphia 1 St Louis 4 Los Angeles 3 World New York 4 Vancouver 0 Houston 6 Los Angeles 4 Toronto 5 New England 4 Chicago 7 Cleveland 4 American Nova Scotia 5 Baltimore 2 Boston 5 Virginia 1 Cincinnati 8 Jacksonville 2 Hershey 3 Providence 2 New Haven 4 Springfield 2 Central Dallas 6 Fort Worth 2 Oklahoma City 7 Tulsa 0 Western Portland 6 Seattle t Denver 3 San Diego 2 Phoenix 5 Salt Lake 3 Western international Nelson 2 Cranbrook 1 Spokane 9 Kimberley 3 Western Canada Flin Flon 7 Medicine Hat 7 Edmonton 6 Victoria 3 Manitoba Junior St Bomlace 5 Brandon 4 Alberta Junior Calgary 5 Edmonton 4 Red Deer 5 Lethbndge 4 The Pass 8 Drumheller 2 B C Junior Nanaimo 5 White Rock 3 Penticton 5 Bellmgham 3 Kelowna 7 Chilhwack 3 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Canadian League Hamilton 25 Montreal 13 Edmonton 28 Saskatchewan 16 National Houston 31 Baltimore 27 Kansas City 19 San Diego 0 Miami 24 NY Jets 14 Chicago 31 Green Bay 17 Atlanta 15 Los Angeles 13 Detroit 30 San Francisco 20 New Orleans 13 Buffalo 0 Dallas 38 Cincinnati 10 Minnesota 26 Cleveland 3 Denver 17 St Louis 17 Philadelphia 24 New England 23 Oakland 42 NY Giants 0 SATURDAY Canadian League Toronto 18 Winnipeg 3 British Columbia 15 Calgary 7 BASKETBALL SCORES SUNDAY NBA Chicago 101 Buffalo 95 Capital 102 Phoenix 99 Atlanta 115 Cleveland 110 Golden State 92 Kansas City-Omaha 91 New York 111 Seattle 106 Los Angeles 106 Houston 93 ABA Indiana 128 Virginia 122 SATURDAY NBA Golden State 124 Buffalo 121 Capital 112 Philadelphia 84 Boston 122 Atlanla 109 Chicago 105 Cleveland 94 Milwaukee 123 Detroit 115 Portland 107 New York 100 ABA Kentucky 93 New York 87 Carolina 130 Virginia 119 San Antonia 95 Denver 72 Brian Shmvi and Ken Dodd scored two and Bob Hess and Marty Mathews add- ed single goals Sunday The Edmonton goal came from Ted Olson Rob Laird. Rick Uhnch and Clark Gillies scored two goals each for Regma while single goals were contributed by Rob Tudor. Mike Dennis Sobchuk and Greg Joly. Greg Warren and Gary Wagner replied for the Clubs. Terry Ruskowski scored tour times to pace Swift Current Brian Trottier scored twice and Ian McPhee and Ross Tordoff had singles Ron Ralph Gailh Dietnck and Ron Aahtnn ronliixl fnr Rlfifimi See Us For W-I-D-E IMPOffnD TRACTION TIRES For Off Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 Ave Phoni 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;