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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta first period told the story Ti-Cats, Roughies meet for eastern final berth WILL SEE ACTION ON WEEKEND Ken Dodds, left and Phil Wandler, are expected to see action this weekend as the Lethbrldgs Sugar Kings host Edmonton Movers tonight and Edmonton Maple leafs Sunday at Adams Ice Centre. Game time tonight is while Sunday the action gets under way at two. Kings are currently in last place in the seven-team league with two wins and six setbacks. ummaries VANCOUVER 4, PITTSBURGH 7 First Pc-riotl 1. Vsnco'jver, Sch- mfliilr (KurtfinbflCh, 2. Pittsburgh, Revert J Penalties Guevremont Robert Second Period 3 Vancouver, Hall J (Scriella) 4. Vancouver, Waki t (Kearn1, Penal- ties Taylor Wil- kins Hicke Taylor, Rob- ert BourdrlFis major, Wilkins major Third Pittsburgh, sehock (Hextall, Etlesirand) 4. Van- couver, Taylcr 5 Kerrigan) penalties Schmauti major. Bur- rows major Pop'.-H Shots on goal by Pittsburgh........" 15-w Vancouver E 9 BUFFALO 5 PHILADELPHIA 3 First Period 1. Buffalo, 5 (Evans) 7 09; 2 Philadelphia, Bernler (Johnson) 3. Buffalo, Per. result .1 (Evans) Fo- lev Third Period i. Buffalo, Duff (Goyette, Shark) 5. Perreault 5 (O'Shefl) 6. Buffali Shack 4 (Goyelte) 7. Philade pnia, Folev 2 (Wright) Pena fits Watson Mickey nier Shots on goal by Philadelphia 11 T Buffalo ............11 5 j NEW YORK B CALIFORNIA 1 I First Period 1. New York, Rate I !e 7 (Park, Rolfel 3. New Yor Hadfield 9 (Fairbairn, Neilson) 3 New York, Ratelie B (Hadfield, G terl) Hew York, Tkaciuk (Baion, Neilson) penalties Gilbert, Redmond Gilbert Second Period 5. Hew York, Ma Gregor 6 (Irvine, Rousseau) California, Carleton 3 [Redmon Penalty Redmond Third Period 7. Mew York, G bert 1 (Hadfield) B. New Yor MacGregnr 9 (Pork) Penalty Sather NY Shots on goal by New York California i 5 1J- Saturday, Novtmb.r 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ANDY CAPP Rangers put stop on Seals By IAN MncLAINE Canadian Press Stnff Writer Now York Hangers' Hot Line izzlcd in Oakland Friday night s the Rangers crushed Califor- ia Golden Seals 8-1. In other National Hockey action, Buffalo Sabres did some exploding of their own with three goals in a span of about one minute in the third period en route to a 5-2 win over Philadelphia Flyers and Van- couver Canucks turned back Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2. The Rangers' Hot Ralelle, Vic Hadfield and Rod Gilbert singed California's rookie goaltcndinR tandem of Gilles Meloche and Lyle Carter for five goals, two each by Ra- telle and Gilbert and one from Hadfield. Gilbert added I wo assists to TRUCK TECHNICIAN For night shift, we need a licenced and experienced heavy duly truck technician. Usual company benefits and aood working conditions. Apply to: tiUY PELOQUIN, Service Manager Cor. 6th Avc. and 6th St. S. Phone 337-5763 coLLeoe HAMILTON (CP) Don't be perturbed by the yells for 'Hoss" or "Horse" emanating 'rom Sunday's Eastern Football Conference semi-final between Ottawa Rough Riders and Ham- ilton Tiger-Cat It's all part of the sudden- death encounter as Angelo (Horse) Mosca yells to Gary (Hoss) Inskeep to put the stop on Bob (Hoss) Houmard. Mosca and Inskeep are ex- pccled to play key roles along the Ticals' defensive line in at- tempting to put the stop on Ot- tawa's G-foot-3, 230-pound Hou- mard and his running mate, Dennis Duncan, who goes 6- foot-2, 235 pounds. The winner gets to play To- ronto Argonauts in the two- game, total-point EFC final starting next Sunday. Ticats, who have always mir- rored power in their backfield, are countering the Houmard- Duncan assault with a couple of flyweights by comparison In speedsters Max Anderson (180) pounds and Dave Buchanan ZUGER GONE Missing from the Hamilton lineup will be veteran quarter- back Joe Zuger. The Canadian Football League's top punter suffered a shoulder separation on his throwing arm in last Sun- day's 23-15 win over Toronto. His place in the Ticat lineup will be taken by Wally Gabler dropped by Hamilton earlier in the. season. Gabler won two of Hamilton': first three victories before being waived through the league. In both cases, it was his late-game passing heroics that pulled th vins. Murray Myers, Wayne In- glis. Alex Kogle'r and Vern Me- Connick scored for Swift Cur- rent. Huss Walker, Dennis Ah- grail, Doug Manchuck and Glen Toner were the Saskatoon marksmen More sport on ae 12 riods. Canuck goaltender Dune Wi son was brilliant in stopping th Celtics triumph, last second shot deadlock behind the sharpshoot- ing of Randy Smith, who led all scorers with 35 points, and went on to ice the George Trapp led the Hawks with 84 points. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS field while the Cavaliers man- John H a v 1 i c e k of Boston cef Celtics waited until the last sec- Buffalo shattered a 105-105 ond to demonstrate his shooting inesse, and it swept a victory' out of Detroit Pistons' grasp. The Celtics' veteran captain poured in 14 points during a Na- tional Basketball Association ;ame with Detroit Friday night. but his last 40-foot tomb that swished through the j hoop as the final buzzer sounded -lifted Boston to a 103-102 triumph. j Jimmy Walker's free throw j edged Detroit ahead with three j seconds remaining. The Celtics i then called time out, mapped j their strategy and set up Havli- j cck for the stunning finish. Elsewhere in the NBA, Mil- I waukee edged Chicago 104-102. j Buffalo defeated Atlanta 122-117 in overtime, Phoenix blasted Cleveland 107-87, Los Angeles topped Baltimore 110-106, and Seattle beat New York, 101-97. In the American Basketball Association, Kentucky downed Indiana 115-110, New York dum- pee Memphis 129-117 in over persistent Penguins, third in the time, Carolina nipped the Flori- West. Only Rone Robert and j dianas 109-106, and Pittsburgh Ron Schock were able to get by Wilson despite a 46-shot bar- rage. Tonight Chicago Black Hawks will te at Montreal, hoping to put some distance between themselves and Minnesota North Stars in the West Division race. The Stars are at home to St. Louis Blues. In other games. Boston Bruins are in Detroit against the Red Wings in an afternoon game, New York is at Vancouver and Toronto at Los Angeles against the Kings. The Bruins entertain Montreal Sunday while Detroit visits Buf- falo, Pittsburgh is in Chicago, Minnesota at Philadelphia and Toronto in Oakland for a game with the Seals. edged Dallas 98-96, ERASES LEAD Kareem Jabbar bucketed 10 points during a three-minute, fourth-quarter uprising that erased a 74-70 Chicagtt lead. Bobby Weiss paced the Bulls with 30 points. Jabbar led all scorers 33 points. Clem Raskins poured ta 24 points as the Suns took advan- tage of a Cleveland cold spell to take an early lead and widen it en route to victory. Phoenix hooped 48 per cent from the a 10'. v.o. __.. TICKETS only BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. One of the most i performances ever acompllsh- ed by a football player was tfie one by Charley Brickley of Harvard in a game in I ng h- I as I 1913 a ley kicked Yale Brick- five field goals I PAIR APPROX. EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE Will TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKEY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS Adjustable for all ilm. Reg. 3.93 SPECIAL 2-79 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thuri. Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 that day to beat Yale I 1 ond what made his perform- ance truly amazing that I I he couldn'l see the goal posts I 1 while he was kicking those I five field goalsl His eyes I were ocddently scratched early In ihe game end ha !was unable to see any dis- I lance the rest of the game. John L. Sullivan, one of the j I legendary heavyweight box-1 ing champions of history, ii I thought of by most people to I have been a big giant of a I the facts are theit Sullivan was no giant at all I He stood about 5-10 and I weighed less than 185 I pounds. I i i I The Heisman Trophy, I to the boy voted the I football ployer of the year, is almost always given to a four times in his- I tory a junior has won it I you guoss which juniori (They were Dnn BlancKard of I Army in 1945, Doak Walker _ of SWU In 1948, Vic Janowicz I of Ohio State in 1950 and I Roger Staubcch of Navy in 1963 And, incidentally, I two sophomores have come I close to winning the Heisman Anaeto BerteHi of Notre I Dame was second in j and Glenn Davis of Army I finished second in I I bet you didn't know that t now during our annual Cor- I load Sale are quile possibly I the lowest in the city. All made possible due to Kirk's I volume buying ability a n d j sales. Small wonder so many I (people take advantage of I the buys if you haven't I installed your winter snow tires as yet better get in right I away and save yourself I ay moneyl See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheel! I I TIRE SALES LTD. I I "Tho Tire Experts" I Your UNIROYAl Dealer .13 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU j tim I I IUNIROYAL 1621 3rd Avo. S. KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 I KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. 6201 SOIh Avonuo I Phone 223-3441 I ;