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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ 1HE IHHBRIDGS HERAID Monday, Novombet 8, 1971------------------....... irm'tt i" second bid if a dean on r rr i .r of ni'ny C'lmo.- a K per cent average from the. Ku'iliaks trailed the Trojans bv n ,'jide point with some II u'lii Milui minute.- 'led in the game Satur- (I ,v Karron returned his CAPS' r 'AS T 'iS FEE'-I S-" PEOPU5 Tr.A' 3 r WELCOMED I j. misses fourth crown MEXICO cm' f-iP1 Lee I won the Mexican Open Sunday Tr'ci-ino had a warning for j and destroyed Trevino's dream I Spain's Gallardo, who of a fourth national golf cnam-: ANOTHER "Ke'll tee it up aaain on field, an outstanding effort, and 30 per cent from the foul line. Although Ihe Kodiaks will not take part in league play this season they will have an extensive e.xhihilion schedule to keep in form for the pro- vincial playoffs. Their next encounter will be Nov. and 20 when they'll host the President's tourna- ment. Tlie two-day tournament will include team's from .Medicine Hat. Calgary, Falls, Pendelton, Ore. and Langley, B.C. The Kodiaks had a sharp eye Saturday afternoon as they hit for their high per cent from the field. Kurt V.'olscy, an Edmonton product hooped 37 points to lead his tcimmates to victory. Alec Dudas chipped in with 18. Garv Williams who toiled with the Raymond Cornels last i season also had a fine game sinking 17 points while picking off 21 rebounds. Helmut Schempp was the big man for the Trojans rimming 24 points along with re- bounds. It was a'so learned that Bruce Millis who came to tile Kodiaks from Calgary Bowncss was released from hospital this I morning. j Millis was injured in the i first half in Friday night's con ie.4 ,iiid was taken tn the St Michael's Hospital while suffer Ing muscle spasms in his low cr back. The Kodiaks will lose his sen-ices for at least a week while he remains under doctor care. In the them rgain .n'jmc b'jt let "We them ELRICH TIRE SPORT UBERTA Royal 9 I Deer ikiary 6 rim. Leafs 5 dm. Movers 5 slhbrldtje 3 umheller 2 T F A Pts. 0 68 35 18 0 57 43 12 0 53 39 12 0 40 10 0 58 W 10 0 II 50 6 0 30 75 i NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pis 9 1 A 59 34 22 9 2 2 52 30 !0 8 J 1 30 17 l 5 5 3-1 13 .5 8 2 41 II 12 A 7 i a3 5ft 12 3 10 2 39 61 8 West Division 11 i 0 K 26 22 10 2 2 21 11 ontreal loston "oronto Buffalo Detroit j ttsburr.h it. Lcuis NHL LEADERS 3 52 55 13 2 37 40 1 30 43 1 -If 27 51 GAP 10 U 10 12 HOCKEY SCOPES SUNDAY National 1 American Providence 6 Paltimore 2 Richmond 5 Tidewater 1 Central Omaha 1 Dallas 1 Tulse 6 For! Worth 3 Eastern Rcanoke Valley 6 SI. Crccroboro 5 Charlotte 4 New Haven 4 Johnston 2 Syracuse 7 Long Island 5 Clinton 4 New Jersev 0 International r-ort Wayne 4 Flint 1 Western International Spokane 2 KlmhTley 0 Manitoba Junior PorK-.c" s Prniri? NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION W L T F A Pet. 5 2 0 HI Si .714 New England 3 5 0 112 195 .35 York Jets 3 5 0 100 175 .J7S Buffalo 0 8 0 94 250 .000 CENTRAL DIVISION eland 4 d 0 142 172 .500 pitt'lburcill 4 4 0 160 U8 .500 Houston .....1 6 1 75174 .143 Cincinnali 1 7 0 140 155 .125 WESTERN DIVISION Oakland .-5 1 2 207 134 -833 Kansas City ..521 176119 .714 Ssn Diego -.3 5 n IM 179 .375 Denver .....2 5 1 125 144 .266 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EASTERN DIVISION VV L T F A Pet. 1 1 97 ,BS7 1 n "0 158 .n' Vlf'tnrY 1 In, tlin T'niVPrQI V Hi Jerry Orban. Dale Setoguchi, Randy Sparks and ham. Jim Gra- Dinosaurs, fron: the University cf Calgary, pulled away in the seconcf half for a convincing over the Prcnphoms. Saturdav the U of L f- A Csfaary 4 Flln Flon 4 Victoria 3 Edmonton B Swift Current 0 Prairie Leagu9 Yorkton 6 Edmcnton t 7 Calcary b Alberla Junicr Calgary 9 Edmontcn Movers 3 Lethhririgc 3 Edmcnton Leafs 1 Red Deer 8 Drumheller 5 SATURDAY National League three for a one-stroke victory. Gallardo had a final rounc j lost S5-43 to tlie University ro, I Edmonton Golden Bears. Bv IAN MacLAIXE C'anad'ian Press Staff Writer In acquiring Nevin from the three goals Saturday gave I Rangers, Minnesota coach Jack two'under par on the demand-: we can play hall _- V, i i ,1'-n t ul Gordon referred to him as "a Bob Xcvm played too long m fi two.wav plavcr who is just York to U-CITV about the: i... him five this season. wlu said before the season started this was defi- Sunday morning the Imperi- ir.g Club de Golf course, and fin- this ished with a 72-hole total of 275. The coach was referring to the MAXWEIi, SECOND Billy JIaxwell, a 42-year-old ,-eteran of 18 years on the pro. tour, started the cool and cloudy Randy lloore and Robert Sol- fjnai ;n a tje v-ith Gallardo j early Western Canada Inter-Collegi- als trimmed the LcUibridge Midget Royals 5-2 as Brown, John Koaler, Chuek Moore. John Novak and Gordon Takar- tMK jjaxwen, a li-year-uiu e-- ink led the way with a goal i vcteran of 13 years on the pro v'f ffs each. I ate Athletic Association. 1 "We get off to a good start tes replied for the Royals. In weekend action in tr.e Lethbridge Minor Asso- ciation the Canadians and the Marlands fought to a 33 dead- :a scored twice .cond-by a V, 11J1 a lor iiO. i T mi r i nT-Dr- raent a 90-64 win over tne Trevino. already the holder of i the American, British and Cana- i dian open championships, was a for the Marlands and Glen fingwell once. Kevin Riley. Rod Taylor and Mclls re- plied for the Cr.nadians Tlie Bruins scored four times heaw favorite to win this one, too. but could do no better than tie for third with a 69 for 250. Mexico's Juan Neri and Yi tor Regalado 280. were also in at 1 llu 1J1 lulls j in tlie third period to edge the! As he had promised, Jrevmo Mustangs 4-3 in Bantam B ac-i donated his S2.333 winnings lion Brian Wright managed a from the total purse of S2S.OOO pair for the Bruins with solo to the Mexican national orphan- Dinosaurs. Bill Magierowski once again Cowan reigning of Kitchener, amateur paced the Pronghorr.s with 13 points. He accounted for 16 Fri- day. Don Hamilton chipped in with nine. Wallace Tollcstrup paced the Golden Bears with 13. Pronghorns led by 10 points with two minutes left in the first half but had the gap narrowed to five by half time and just couldn't keep pace with the Bears in the final half. Meanwhile University of Sas katchev.-an defeated University pair lui uie ui iiiii.T " markers added by Mauro Cat-) age. toni and Ken Serbu. j Gary Keith Johnson, with two and j Out., reigning U.S. aiumc-m i v Kevin House a single, scored c-hampion, was top Canadian in ot Aiixrta M ..111.1.1.. L. for the Mustangs. the field with lie alone the Lmversily of The Kings blanked the .Vug-1 15lh place despite soaring to Western Intercoiief.iat. gcLs 2-0 in another B encounter i a 79 Saturday. Pat Oshiro and Ron Schwarz hit the scoresheet with apiece. fn another B game the Ram- blers upended the Cougars 3-3. Five players, Tim O'Brien, Brian Sauer, Rod Ross, Terry McXeeiy and Fat McCune han- dler! the scoring for the Ram- blers. T. Bailey had a pair in a losing cause. C. Miller added a Another Kitchener golfer, Frank Wribley, won with his 75 Sunday and a four-day total of Toronto's Ben Kern, with 297, finished out of the money. single. In Pec Wee action Brian Kancwischer, Scott Simmons and Tony Schimmel accounted West, c r n men's invitational tournament. baskctbal Alberta defeated Calgary and Saskatchewan w o n over Uni- versity of Lethbridge in the semi finals Yhe rabid North Stars galler- ies hr-ve been chiding Nevin for several weeks because of an ap- parent lack cf hustle by the vct- eran of 11 National Hockey eaguc seasons. _ I Nevin answered his critics j Saturday night, scoring three 1 times to lead the North Stars to 5-1 win over St. Louis Blues. Another Minnesota veteran, goaltendcr Lome iGumpi sley who also learned to ignore New York's Madron Square Garden critics, held the spot- light Sunday. lie 42-vcar-old Montreal na- tive shut out Philadelphia Fivers 3-0 and engineered the surprising North Stars climb into a first-place tic in the West Division with Chicago Black Hawks. HAWKS BEAT PENGUINS Tin- Hawks throttled Pitts- burgh Penguins 4-1 Sunday on the strength of a three-goal out- burst in I ho second period by Danny O'Shea, Jim Pappin and Bobby Hull In ether Sunday games, do- fenccman Doug Barrie came off i the bench late in the game to 33-year-old native of South Porcupine. Ont.. scored 21 goals and assisted on 25 others during 1970-71 and in the Stan- ley Cap playoff was assigned to shadow Chicago's Bobby Hull. Weekend scorers Saskatchewan unbeaten in Saturday's round-robin play. Meanwhile in Sydney, Aus- j uhile Calgary was 2 I, Al- tralia Jack Nicklaus, battling jberta 1-2 and Lethbridge !-3. heavy winds most of the way. I Debbie Slogan of Saskatch the fired a two-undcr-par 71) Sun- owan was top scorer in day to win the Dunlop tournament uiili .ill points fol- Internatioaal golf tournament i lowed by Wendy Martin of AI- with a four-round total of 274, iwl-ta with M. Debbie White- SUNDAY Montreal 3 Boston 2 Tarriif 2, F. Ma- hovlich; Boston Cashman, D. Smith. Detroit 3 Buffalo 3 Detroit McDonald. Ec- clestone, Dionne; Pcrreault, Martin. Barrie. Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 1 Chicago Mikita, O'Shea, Pappin, R Hull; Minni-sola 3 Philadelphia (I Oliver, Nanne, Grant. California S Toronto 1 California Gilbertson, Sheen an, O'Donaghue, Shmyr. .J .Johnston. Vadnais, IMC OelK II um. in uiv I OIllllVI, i score the hing Buffalo Sabres Pinder; Toronto goal in a stalemate with De- j Keon. trait lied Wings, Frank Mahov- lich's Mtli goal of the season gave Montreal Canadiens a 3-2 w.n over Boston Bniins and Cal- j 14 under par. head of Lethnridpe with 44 and for singletons as the Sabres downed the Bears 3-1. Don (_ Cou'us averted a shutout for the j Oostcrhuis..................... Bears with a second period I Bruce Crampton, who tied for goal. .second place. Nicklaus finished seven i Wendy Bingeman of Calgary strokes ahead of Britain's Peter i with 33. and Australian Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4th N. IETHBRIDGE Gailers meet Gulden Bears Toronto Maple Leafs S-l. Boston edged Detroit 2-1, New York dumped Vancouver Can- ucks 3-1, Montreal edged Chi- ago 3-2 and Toronto nipped Los Angeles Kings 3-2 in the other Saturday games. Pittsburgh visits St. I-miis Tuesday in the only scheduled game. New- York fan.-, are known for their constant badgering of S1I.ERBROOK1C, Que. (CP) I hometown players who they feel Bishop's University Gaiters won i aren't playing lo their potential. the Quebec Universilv Athletic I Rangers ollhcr learn lo wjih this fickle reminder or go through the. motions until they are traded. Nevin rarely baited the ship Saturday by defeating Uni- versity of Sherhrooke Vert, et Of Bishop s now will meet Uni- versity of Alberta Golden Bears in the. Prairie Bowl next week- end in Kdmonton. Tlie Gaiters, champions of the QUAA's Blue Division, rolled lo a 0 lead at Ihe end of Ihe first qunrlcr and added 13 more points in the second quarter SATURDAY Boston 2 Detroit 1 Boston Bucyk, Esposito, Detroit Ccnaclltr. Minnesota 5 St. Louis t Pren- tice, Oliver; SI. Louis St. Marseille. New York 3 Vancouver 1 New York (i i 1 bert 2, Park; Vancouver Kurtcn- l.ach. Montreal 2 liicago I Montreal Uifleur. La- poillte; Chicago White Toronto 3 Ixis Angrlcs 2 Toronto Monahan, U1I- mari, Glennie; Los Ixmiieux, Widing ering his goals-against average to a stingy 1.00. He has yet to lose in seven starts. The Black Hawks kept pace with their win at Philadelphia. The Flyers appeared lo run out of stea'm in tlie second period when, with the score 1-0. referee Art Skov disallowed a Philadel- phia goal. He ruled winger Rene i Robert had kicked the puck be- 'hind Chicago goaltcr.dcr Gary Smith. BENCHED EAltl.Y Earrie, relegated to the bench early in the game at Buffalo, i admitted: "f was playing kind of had early in the game. I was I glad to get back in. Tlie puck just came out to me at the point on a pass from Steve Atkinson and I let it go through a maze of players." Detroit coach Johnny Wilson was disappointed his players didn't get. a bigger lead going into tiie third period "We should have won tlie game in the sec ind ported.'' said tlie former NHL player. certainly had enough chances." The Red Wings a 20o i edge in shots during the second. Marc Tardif scored twice in the opening period nt Boston but Montreal had lo hold off n third-period liosloa barrage to stay close to New York in the East Division race. Tempers flared on several oc- casions and Canadiens' Terry Harper and Wayne Cashman of j Boston carried on a running j feud after they ('lashed in a 1 first-period fight. American Scotia 3 Cincinnati 3 Hershey 9 Providence t Sorlnqfield 5 Baltimore 0 Boston i Rochester 2 Western Diego 4 Salt Lake Ftioenix 6 Seattle 1 Central is 4 Kansas City 0 Worth B Oklahoma City 4 a 5 Omaha Z Eastern Roancke Valley Greensboro 2 Charlotte 4 St. Petersburg 2 7 Syracuse 2 Jersey 4 Lonq Island 4 Johnstown 7 New Haven 3 International Fort X'.'ayne .1 rrlumbus 2 Muskeqcn 3 Toldeo 1 Dayton 5 Flint 3 Port Huron Des Moines 1 Western Junior Flin Flon 4 Victoria 0 Brandon 9 Medicine Hat 1 Prairie League Saskatoon 4 Calqary 3 Edmonton 6 Yorkon I Alberta Junior Edmonton Movers 5 LethDridge 3 Edmonton Lcats 7 Drumheller 5 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Canadian League Hamilton 23 Ottawa Hamilton wins tiastern Conference sudden-death semi-final. SATURDAY Canadian League Saskatchewan 3-1 Winnipeg 73 Saskatchewan wins western confer- ence sudden-death semi-final ORFU Senior Bramftlea 48 London 7 Bramalea wins two-game total- points final Ontario Universities Western 13 Ottawa 0 Western wins sudden-death tlnal Eastern Canda Junior lurllnoton 43 Verdu PRO BASKETBALL SATURDAY NBA B-ston 121 Portland 109 2 T.i ici Mi'liwrkWlrX D'lrr't "73 Los Angeles 105 State ES ABA Floridians 134 Pithtl.-rgh 121 Memphis 132 Virginia HI 97 CS'clina 52 :cntucky 102 New Yr.rt 97 Utari 1CB Indiana 107 SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I VI T L F A Pts United 10 2 32 17 21 3 7 1 26 11 23 P, 5 3 28 16 21 3 i 23 li 21 9 3 4 2i IS 21 Division M 10 5 1 25 11 25 B 7 1 23 30 23 10 1 5 22 17 21 h 3 19 11 1' J 3 5 32 30 Division III Bourr.mouth 11 3 2 33 13 25 twMs C 10 .1 2 28 11 2.1 villa 2 5 29 IB 20 a B 17 13 20 Chstrfield 8 3 S 23 14 19 Division IV ..-cntlord 8 5 3 3J 11 21 Wc.rkmnt.-.n S 9 1 23 10 21 Soulhpcrt 3 35 17 21 Southcr.d ....61 -1 M 20 Grimsby 9 2 5 32 26 20 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Rancors St. Jchnstone 3 20 B 13 4 27 13 1? 3 1? 15 12 2 31 9 20 2 27 15 19 3 36 15 18 .1 35 IB 18 4 25 15 17 WESTERN COLLEGE FINAL VJ L F A CIS More sport oil page 10 with his play in Ntw York. He's j known as an honc't hockey I player and usually gives moro than 100 per cent every shift. He moved to Minnesota in an off-season trade lhat saw Bobby llcusr-enu, a lour goal scorer I last year with the North Stars, go to New York. 1 WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM CAMP6EU ond VON HESS v, OUINM vs BEIAFONTE 5 Tremendous Bouls 16 Wrestlers SNOW CLEAT TRACTION TSEIS F78-14 Studded White G78-14 Sluddod White F78-15 Studded White G78-15 Studded Whito Each ELRICH 35f-6ii86% 337-444S ;