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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-THE LETHBRIDGE November 8, 1974 Summaries BUFFALO 2 BOSTON 2 Flrtt period 1 Buffalo Perreault 8 (Martin Robert! 1 24 2 Boston Sims 1 (Hodge Orr) 11 27 Penalties Schoenfeld 4 45 Sneppard Carnere 932 Sims 1420 Second period 3 Buffalo Ramsay 6 (Luce Hajt) 8 23 Penalties Schoenfeld 14 07 Perreault 16 05 Third period 4 Boston Bucyk 3 (Sheppard Cashman) 14 42 Penalties Luce 6 14 Korab 15 54 Esposito 1554 on goal by Buffalo 10 8 7-25 Boston 8 18 11-37 Attendance 14892 VANCOUVER 2 N.V. RANGERS 1 First Period. 1 Vancouver Rocnefort 2 (Lalonde Kearns) 4 21 Penalties Tkaczuk 1019 Kearns 1418 Butler 1615 Stemkowski 1836 Second Period 2 Vancouver Boudnas 2 (Lever Ververgaert) 1109 Penalties Dailey 111 Sanderson (misconduct) 3 11 Sanderson 1655 Robitaille 1908 Third Period: 3 New York Fair- bairn 4 (Vickers Park) 7 47 Penalties Oddleifson Butler 2 35 Greschner 1053 Pratt 17 19 on goal by New York 9 11 Vancouver 9 8 Attendance 15570 PITTSBURGH 5 KANSAS CITY 3 Period 1 Pittsburgh Aops 6 (McDonald Larouche) 346 Penalties Crashley 309 Dead- marsh 8 50 Paradise 17 03 Hudson 1938 Second Period 2 Pittsburgh Pronovost 4 (McDonald Campbell) 11 35 3 Kansas City Burns 1 (Nolet) 1540 4 Kansas City Paiemsnt 6 (Crashley Hughes) 1920 Penalties Apps 711 Hughes Hadfield 13 14 Wilkms 18 10 Third Period 5 Pittsburgh Had field 2 (Schock Campbell) 225 6 Kansas City Nolet 7 (Giroux Hud- son) 6 01 7 Pittsburgh Schock 4 14 25 8 Pittsburgh Kehoe 3 (Had- field) 19 54 Penalties None on goal by Pittsburgh 14 7 Kansas City 1319 642 NY ISLANDERS 4 PHILADELPHIA 4 Firit Period 1 Ph ladelphia Barber 4 (Dupont) 2132 NY Islanders Westfall 4 (D Potvin Stewart) 5 25 3 Philadelphia MacLeish 4 (Leach Dupont) 1855 Penalties Marshall 1 00 Dupont 3 47 Clarke 5 04 Shultz double minor St Laurent 1206 D Potvin 1704 Marshall 1842 Dupont Pha Smith majors 18 55 Second Period 4 NY Islanders Lewis 3 (Marshall Stewart) 9 245 NY Is'anders Nystrom 6 (Bourne Lewis) 1450 Penalties Bladon major minor MacMillan 0 13 Lewis 1 37 Van Impe 1237 1548 Third Period 6 Philadelphia Crisp 3 (Joe Watson Van Impe) 13 31 7 Philadelphis Leach 4 (Barber) 1706 8 NY Islanders Harris 8 (D Potvin Stewart) 1926 Penalties Lewis 6 28 Potvin 1016 Clarke ma- jor Dupont double minor double game misconduct on goal by Philadelphia 8 10 NY Islanders 13 16 865 ALLAN THORPE HAS A ROUGH RIDE TUESDAY IN BAREBACK ACTION Islanders won't be pushed around Flyers' rough stuff costly CHINOOK ELECTRIC Wiring Appliance Connections 24 Hr. 329-4422 1309-24th Street S., Lethbridge THE CANADIAN PRESS The tough approach doesn't do much for Philadelphia Fly- ers any more The Flyers won the Stanley Cup last season with a hard- checking, sometimes brawl- ing style of play Continuing the same stvlf m the 1974-75 National Hockey League season, the Flyers got into their second brawl in less than two weeks Tuesday night This time, the Flyers' Bobby Clarke and Garry Howatt of New York Islanders squared off in the third period at Umondale, N Y That started a bench clearing melee which ended with five players sent to the penalty box with 1 13 remaining in the game The Flyers were leading 4-3 at the time but, with 34 seconds remaining, Billy Harris of the Islanders scored to give New York a 4-4 tie In other NHL action Tuesday, Vancouver Canucks beat New York Rangers 2-1, Los Angeles Kings defeated St Louis Blues 4-3, Pittsburgh Penguins beat Kansas City Scouts 5-3, and Boston Bruins tied Buffalo Sabres 2-2 The Flyers first major brawl of the season Oct 25 at California resulted in record 232 penalty minutes by both teams Philadelphia lost that game 4-1 to the Seals and two Don Saleski and Bob were given six-game suspensions Tuesday's game ended with a total of 99 minutes in penalties Clarke, Howatt, the Flyers' Andre Dupont and Bernie Par- ent and New York goalie Billy Smith took penalties in the major fight which started in front of the Philadelphia net The Flyers lost Gary Dor- nhoefer in the first period when he hit his head on the ice after colliding with a team- mate He was taken to hospital with a suspected frac- tured cheek bone At Boston, Johnny Bucyk's goal late in the third period gave the Bruins the tie after Boston had failed to score on five power play opportunities against Buffalo goalie Gary Bormley Ron Schock won a faceoff and scored with a quick shot late in the third period at Kan- sas City to break a 3-3 tie and give Pittsburgh the victory Rick Kehoe scored an empty- Van Brocklin dismissed ATLANTA (AP) Norm Van Brocklin has been reliev- ed of his duties as general manager and coach of Atlanta Falcons owner Rankm Smith announced Tuesday Smith said Marion Campbell, defensive co- ordinator for the National football League team, is the new head coach Van Brocklin, a stern dis- ciplinarian, was in the midst of one of his most frustrating seasons since becoming head coach of the Falcons in the 1968 season The club had stumbled to a 2-6 start Van Brockhn has been un- der criticism from fans and news media, and Smith also had been criticized for failing to fire the coach Sunday, the Falcons suffered their worst defeat in three seasons, 42-7 to Miami Dolphins TM AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE ON 4 PLY NYLON CORD TIRES THRU THIS WEEKEND1 r T..-J R-gulat 12 "600 13 650 13 -560 15 Sno- 600 12 600-13 650 13 560 15 2 PLY TIRES ONLY' '21 693 14 735 14 775 14 775 13 Sn T cs 735 U 775 14 775-1} WH1TEWALLS SI 44 1M ALL SIZES y HO CUSTOM SNOW Rugged Nylon Cord Durable Quality Strong Dependable Ride Every HALLMARK 1tTC o Iifctmc cgomjt rood HqsQfds. ond w %hiP WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR MILES AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE MILES OR 2O MONTHS COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL CUSTOM BATTERIES Type MOSt ftt-'l tsn FRAM AIR FILTER 297 STARTING FLUID .87 DISC MAKE OVERHAUL 8488 MOTOR OIL .88 REAR WINDOW TRIO GAUGES 0187 ICE SCRAPER .97 SPARK PLUG WIRE SET 677 f, STORED College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday Wednesday a m. to p.m. Thursday Friday 9.30 a.m. to 9.00 p m Saturday 9.00 a.m lo 6 00 p.m_____ IJTWITIICMIFIKKCt 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED net goal for the Penguins in the last minute At Vancouver, goals by Leon Rochefort and Andre Boudnas gave the Canucks a 2-0 lead after two periods and goalie Gary Smith made some dazzling saves in the final minutes to preserve the vic- tory The Rangers' Bill Fairbairn scored at 7 47 of the third pe- riod and then, with less than three minutes remaining, New York got a power play opportunity They also pulled goalie Ed Giacomin for an ex- tra attacker but Smith held off the rally Bob Nevm's ninth goal of the season at 15 04 of the third period gave Los Angeles the victory at St Louis The Kings had taken a one- goal lead in each period but each time St Louis managed to tie it until Nevm's winner Bobby Hull and his Swedish linemates, Ulf Nilsson and An- dres Hedberg, have suddenly emerged as one of the most potent combinations in the World Hockey Association The three Jets combined for eight points, including four goals, Tuesday night as Winni- peg downed Minnesota Fighting Saints 6-4 The line has collected 34 points in the last four games, including 15 of them by Hull In other games, Toronto Toros stayed in a tie with Win nipeg for the Canadian Divi- sion lead by beating Michigan Stags 5-2, Houston Aeros whipped San Diego Mariners 9-3 Phoenix Roadrunners blanked Indianapolis Racers 3-0 and Vancouver Blazers edged Chicago Cougars 5-4 Athletics win 75-74 One game was played in the Southern Alberta Chinook Basketball League Tuesday night with the Labor Club Athletics defeating Golden Bridge 75-74 The Athletics trailing until late in the game eire now un- defeated in three league starts Gan. Williams was top man for the winners with 23 points Bill Perslev led the Golden Bridge squad hooping 20 points South Cowboys show well, Doan leading all-around EDMONTON (CP) Phil Doan of High River, turned the night's quickest time in steer wrestling into an early lead in the all-around standing after the completion of the se- cond go-round Tuesday at the first Canadian National Finals rodeo Doan, throwing his animal in only 6 2 seconds, took top money in the second go-round in that event after gaming a share of second in the night's opening event bareback Doan marked a 74 aboard San- dy, the same mark scored by Dale Trottier of Calgary on Idaho In bareback, Lynn Jensen took the lead following the se- cond go-round after marking a high 76 on Your Lady That gave him 60 points under this rodeo's point marking system that will determine the even- tual champion Other leaders after the se- cond go-round in individual events were Doan and Clark Schlosser of Stavely, in steer wrestling, each with 40 points, Jerry Sinclair of Red Deer in saddle bronc with 50 points, five ahead of Melvin Coleman of Pierceland, Sask who had the night's top ride with an 80 on Sundance Kid, Lome Wells of Calgary and Bill Reeder of Cardston, in calf roping, each with 60 points, Tom Davies of Medicine Hat and Brian Claypool of Saskatoon, each with 50 points in bull riding Jim Freeman of Caroline, Alta, had the night's high mark in bull riding with a 79 on Twirlv, putting him in third place The fastest time recorded in calf roping was 12 seconds by World Cup profit over ROME Soccer s World Cup tournament in West Germanj this year has produced a record profit of more than million, the Inter- national Soccer Federa- tion (FIFA) announced Tuesday Total expenses for the cup including taxes, costs for travelling and stay of the 16 teams, referees and officials was million, said FIFA spokesman Rene Courte Total income amounted to S27 5 million, although the theatre rights had not all been calculated yet, Courte said The profit from the 1970 World Cup in Mex- ico barely exceeded million, Courte said Nettles acquitted VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Lions foot- ball player Ernest (Ray) Nettles. 25, was acquitted Tuesday of possessing mari- juana Provincial court Judge Murray Hvde dismissed the charge for lack of evidence after the Crown said a sub- stance taken from Nettles when he was arrested Oct 24 was not analysed as a drug Nettles the Lions" award winning middle linebacker, is due to stand trial Jan 7 on a charge of care and control of a motor yehicle while impaired by alcohol or a drug VARMINT SHOOTERS us halp select a rifle for you. have most makes, models and barrel types now in stock! 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Lloyd Fowhe of Bindlos-s, Alta In women's barrel racing, Jerri Duce of Granum, main- tained her first-round lead despite a second-place perfor- mance Tuesday Miss Duce raced the barrel circuit in 14 6 seconds, one-tenth second behind second-round cham- pion Elaine Stewart of St Pierre, Man However, it gave her 70 points after two rounds when combined with her first- place ride Monday In novice saddle bronc riding, Keith Cower of Ed- monton stretched his first- round lead with a 73 mark Tuesday It gave him a 35- point lead ovei runner-up Clinton Morm of Meadow Lake, Sask The leader in boys steer riding after two go-rounds is Lonnie Thomson of Black D'amor.d, who maiked 62 Tuesday for second behind Guy Shapka of Calgary, who marked a high 63 Curved stick costly SPRUCE GROVE, Alta (CP) A goal by Paul Messier of Spruce Grove Mets with one minute to play was disallowed Tuesday night and the Mets dropped a 4-3 deci- sion to Drumheller Falcons in Alberta Junior Hockey League play Messier, who earlier scored a goal, lost his apparent tying marker when officials ruled his stick had an illegal curve Roger Mitchell, Grant Pushie, Jim Nil! and Merlin Melanoski scored for Drumheller Tony Curne and Rick Zaparniuk joined Messier in the Spruce Grove scoring column Drumheller, which outshot Spruce Grove 36-30, was call- ed on 17 of 30 minor penalties Each squad had one major The game scheduled between the Calgary Canucks and the Red Deer Rustlers last night was cancelled due to a strike of city outside workers in Calgary ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eattern Division Saskatoon Brandon Lethbridge Regina Winnipeg Flin Flon W L T F A 2 72 45 18 72 18 1 57 50 15 0 60 71 14 3 36 47 7 3 47 74 7 AMERICAN LEAGUE Northern Divltlon W L T F 7 Providence Nova Scotia Rochester Spr field New Haven 1 41 2 36 2 36 4 41 2 34 Victoria Medicine Hat New West Kamloops Edmonton Calgary ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgary Red Deer Drumheller Spruce Grove Taber The Pass Western Division 12 5 2 97 72 26 19 14 12 1 57 44 2 55 61 0 62 45 1 52 47 5 49 77 Virginia Baltimore Richmond Hershey Syracuse Southern Division 3 3 4 24 29 41 38 26 A 20 15 29 14 28 12 40 10 28 10 27 10 32 9 50 9 52 7 40 6 10 10 9 7 7 T F A 0 97 55 20 0 70 61 20 0 68 75 18 0 69 60 14 0 91 92 14 0 47 99 0 0 13 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L T F A Pts Division 1 Phila 8 3 2 44 31 18 Islanders 7 2 3 49 26 17 Atlanta 6 5 2 41 37 14 Rangers 5 5 2 38 36 12 Division 2 Chicago 7 3 2 53 29 16 Vancouver 7 3 2 44 31 16 St LOUIS 3 6 3 78 44 9 Minnesota 2 6 3 20 40 7 Kansas City 1 9 1 28 52 3 Division 3 8 1 Los Angeles Montreal Detroit Pittsburgh Washington Buffalo Boston Toronto California NHL LEADERS Division 4 7 3 4 3 3 5 2 7 4 44 21 20 4 43 36 14 1 32 47 11 2 36 40 8 1 21 45 3 2 43 39 16 5 50 36 13 3 39 44 9 4 32 60 8 HOCKEY SCORES National Philadelphia 4 NY Islanders 4 Pittsburgh 5 Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 4 St Louis 3 Buffalo 2 Boston 2 Vancouver 2 Boston 2 Vancouver 2 NY Rangers 1 World Houston 9 San Diego 3 Phoenix 3 Indianapolis 0 Toronto 5 Michigan 2 Vancouver 5 Chicago 4 Winnipeg 6 Minnesota 4 American Richmond 5 Springfield 2 North American Philadelphia 2 Johnstown 1 Western Canada Victoria 12 New Westminster 4 Kamloops 11 Brandon 4 Alberta Junior Red Deer at Calgary ppd Drumheller 4 Spruce Grove 3 Western Internstional Cranbrook 7 Kimberley 3 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA New York 106 Houston 93 KG Omaha 115 New Orleans 97 ABA Denver 145 Utah 101 Orr Bos Esposito Bos Pappin Chi Boldirev Chi D Potvin NYI Lysiak All Bennett All Dionne Del Boudnas Van Nevm LA Stewart NYI Lever Van Lafleur Mtl Oddle'fson Van WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division W L T F New England 6 1 0 30 Cleveland 231 16 Chicago 2 6 0 21 India polls 1 8 0 14 Western Division Houston 6 4 0 43 San Diego 5 2 0 29 Phoenix 3 5 1 33 Minnesota 3 5 0 27 Michigan 2 8 0 26 Canadian Dhrision G A 5 17 22 13 8 21 10 9 19 6 12 18 3 15 18 4 12 16 7 8 15 3 12 15 2 13 15 9 5 14 5 9 14 5 9 14 4 10 14 3 11 14 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W Winnipeg Toronto Quebec va-icouvor Edmonton 49 48 31 25 13 A Pts 17 12 20 S 27 4 35 2 33 12 27 10 37 7 37 6 48 4 20 14 38 14 18 10 32 8 15 4 Liverpool Ipswich Everton Man City Stoke Middlesbro Derby Sheffield U Man United Norwich Sunderland Aston West Brom Bristol C Blackpool Hull T 10 1 9 2 5 10 8 4 6 6 7 4 6 6 7 4 Division II 12 3 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 L F A Pts 4 22 9 21 5 20 10 20 1 22 17 20 4 20 18 20 3 25 20 18 4 22 19 18 4 24 22 18 5 24 27 18 1 29 7 27 1 22 10 22 3 23 11 19 3 25 12 19 4 18 12 16 3 12 9 16 5 17 14 16 5 19 30 16 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I 8 8 Rangers Celtic Aberdeen Hibernian Dundee U East Queen of S Momrose E Stirling Stenhousemuir Stirling 2 0 7 0 6 1 5 3 Dhrision li 9 3 9 2 9 2 8 3 5 6 0 29 10 18 1 27 9 16 3 22 10 14 2 24 12 13 2 22 11 13 1 24 8 21 3 32 8 20 3 26 16 20 3 28 22 19 3 20 16 16 4 23 21 16 W.u.H.L. 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