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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Minor hockey Fort Macleod despite being outshot trimmed Lethbridge Midget Elks 9-5 in an exhibition en- counter. Larry Bota paced the Broncs with three markers. Calvin Jenkins and Kelly O'Sullivan chipped in with two goals apiece while Stan Heller and Angie Mauro notched singles. Michel Dumont and Mike each with two markers and Dave Jackson with a solo replied for the Elks. The Elks got the nod on six minor penalties while the Broncs were guilty of five minors and a In Midget action Doug Pitt and Tom Mihalik scored twice each as the Lakers thumped the Royals 7-1. Single markers went to Gary John Waslewski and Shane Hirsche. Bryan Belsher scored for the Royals in the first period. in a game Mon- day between the ACT Bantam Reps .and the North Stars the Reps won 3-1 and not the North Stars as was reported. The Fort Macleod Rangers and the Lethbridge Vikings battled to a 1-1 stalemate in a Pee Wee encounter Wednes- day night. Darren Kunz tallied for the Rangers while Blair Spence replied for the Vikings. In a Pee Wee league game last the Flyers tallied six goals in the second half of play and trounced the Penguins 6-1. Phil Hewko rapped in a hat- trick while Darren Moroz scored twice and Faron Ellis once for the winners. Dennis Vervoort scored for the JPenguins. Pronghorns host Regina The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men's basketball team will tune-up for their 1973-74 Canada West University Athletic Associa- tion Basketball League season with a series of exhibition games starting this weekend. Although the Pronghorns aren't scheduled to open their new season until the weekend of Nov. they'll hope to stay in shape with the non- conference matches. The Pronghorns will begin their extensive exhibition series by hosting the Universi- ty of Saskatchewan Friday and Saturday nights. Game times for both en- counters at the U of L gymn is slated for p.m. The following Wednesday night the Pronghorns will con- tinue their non-conference matches when they entertain Great Falls College for an eight o'clock tilt. REWARD Yourself now by taking advantage of our tour to SHUSWAP LAKE Per Couple all flccoflutwoMIOri AIM wttn our wonderful way of lite it AAOMfflOfltf VM fOf your- why dtoerlmhMHng ttMlr raorMtlon ra- ftovvM in IIM inwioiy community on beautiful Shumwp Later FILM SHOWING Nov. 11 2 and 4 p.m. WESTERNER ROOM a RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL CM BOB PRESTON Motor ACT NOW CUTS MNE fMEt November THE LBTHBMDOB HERALD -15 Having his cake Baltimore Orioles' Jim named the Ameri- can League Cy Young winner shows you can have your cake and eat it too if you have a record of 20 or more wins a season for four straight years. New York nights scorers have a heyday By GERRY SUTTON Canadian Press Staff Writer It wasn't a night for goalten- ders in New but Rod Gilbert and the Rangers aren't complaining. The Rangers broke a seven- game winless de- feats and a a 7-3 triumph over Boston Bruins in one of seven National Hockey League matches Wednesday night. A second-period goal by Gil- 272nd of his 11-year career with the him with Andy Bathgate as the leading goal scorer in the club's history. Other results Montreal Canadiens Toronto Maple Leafs New York Islanders Pittsburgh Penguins Philadelphia Flyers Detroit Wings Minnesota North Stars Los Angeles Kings Atlanta Flames St. Louis Blues and Chicago Black Hawks California Golden Seals 1. just weren't playing to- said referr- ing to New York's longest winless streak since 1970. was no co-ordination between our defence and and we weren't getting any They got a few breaks against the Bruins. One of defenceman Brad Park's two slapshot goals de- flected crazily off the leg of a Boston player and past sur- prised goalie Gilles Gilbert. Another the goalie appeared to have a New York shot stopped safely in his but Pete Stemkowski hit the glove with his pushing the puck into the net. after Boston's Phil Esposito scored the first of his two Park scored his se- cond and New York's Ted Ir- vine tallied on a short Gilbert took the spotlight. He fired a goal past Gilbert to come within a goal of the New York record. Goalie Ed Giacomin of the Rangers was knocked uncon- scious in a third-period colli- sion with Boston defenceman Al Sims and replaced by Gilles Villemure. suffered a whiplash when he got said coach Summaries NOW OPEN Boys and Girls Skato Exchange Sharpened Shined 0 New Laces Sanitized Jut Arrlvidl 50 PAUL HENDERSON CSA APPROVED ADJUSTABLE HELMETS BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 3rd Aw. S. Flume CLOSED MONDAY OpMTkart.AFrt.TlQi.M. lor 30 MONTREAL TORONTO 1 period 1. Sillier 4 2. Richard 4 Penalties Shack McKenny Second period 3. Lapointe 1 P. 4. Cournoyer 10 Penalties Richard Sittler Wilson Lapointe 19.12. Third period 5. Shutt 2 Penalties Neely' Salming Robinson on goal by MontrMl 8 Toronto 13 11 Attendance PHILADELPHIA DETROIT1 Flrtt period No scoring. Penalties Dornhoefer Libert Dupont Schultz majors Ashbee Dupont Ftorek. Van Impe Second period No scoring. Penalties Clarke Stackhouse Bailey misconduct Third period 1. Barber 5 2. Lonsberry 6 3. Boucha 2 4. Philadelphia. Bladon 2 5. Lonsberry 7 Penalties Kelly ma- Bergman major Ftorek Schultz Harris on goal by PnltadelpMe 10 11 Detroit 11 4 7-22 Attendance ATLANTA ST. LOUIS 2 First period No scoring. Penalties Kelly served by Sabourin Second period 1. St. Linger 2 2. Romanchuck 4 Penalties Bennett Paradise Harbaruk Sather Third period 3. Bennett 2 4. St. Merrick 5 Penalties McCreary Kelly Dead- marsh major on goal by St Louie e 1-11 Atlanta 10 11 10-31 Attendance NY RANGERS 7. BOSTON 3 Ftret period 1. NY Park 3 2. NY Stemkowski 3 Penalties Boston bench served by Forbes Stemkowski Smith Cishman Tkaczuk major Stemkowski Second period 3. Espoetto 17 4. NY Park 4 5. NY Irvine 2 6. NY Gilbert 3 7. Boston. Esposito 18 8. Nf Tkaczuk 5 Penalties Harris Doak TMrd period 9. Orr 7 10. New More sport on page 30 Ratelle 3 Penalties None. Shots on goal by Boeton 5 12 New York 15 15 Attendance PITTSBURGH NY ISLANDERS 1 First period No scoring. Penalties Howatt majors J. Potvm Polls Second period 1. Pohs 5 13.09. 2. NY Howatt 1 Penalties Nystrom 7.34. Harris major Third period No scoring. Penalties Watson Pronovost Polis D. Potvm majors Shots on goal by New York 12 7 Pittsburgh 10 11 Attendance CALIFORNIA CHICAGO 1 First Period scoring. Second scoring. Gilbertson Powis Weir Gilbertson Third Period 1. Koroll 3 Marks 2. Mott 1 Kessell McAneely Shots on goal by Chicago 2 10 California 4 4 MINNESOTA 5. LOS ANGELES 2 First LOs Maloney 3 2. Norrish 1 3. Harvey 2 4. Goldsworthy 8 5. Grant 4 Maloney Second Grant Harvey Corrigan Third Los Rota 7. Grant 5 Shots on goal by Los Angelee 4 5 Minnesota 17 8 11-36 Larry Popein. Sims went and fell on the poor guy's head. he won't need Gilbert suffered a hand in- jury which forced him out of action for the third period after the Rangers had scored six goals against him. Esposito's goals were his 17th and 18th of the year along with an gave him a leading total of 31 points. When the smooth centre scored his record 76 goals in 1970-71 he didn't get goal No. 18 until the 23rd game. Coach Ron Hyan had a chance to use every cliche in the book after his New England Whalers whipped Winnipeg Jets 9-2 Wednesday night. he stuck with the just the facts. was our best period of the he said in one of the best World Hockey Associa- tion understatement of the season. The Whalers scored a team- record six goals in the first pe- riod at Boston on the way to their ninth win in 14 starts and sole possession of first place in the East Division. New York Golden Blades also should have stayed losing 10-1 in Minnesota to the highscoring Fighting Saints who got three goals from Mike Walton and one from his brother Bob. In other Los Angeles Sharks topped Vancouver Blazers 3-1 and Toronto Toros nipped Houston Aeros al-. though veteran Gordie Howe had a goal and two assists for the losers. was one of those periods when we had all four lines fly- ing and the defencemen mov- ing the said Ryan. Centre Don with New York Islanders and Min- nesota North Stars of the Na- tional Hockey League in 1972- set a team single-game record with five goals and three assists. Two other team records were total of nine goals and three power-play tallies. The only complaint in the New England dressing room came from Guy Smith who re- ceived a broken nose. Named Silesmin of the Month CHESTER POCZA Beny Chevrolet Oldsmoblle is pleased to announce that Chester Pocza has achieved the distinction of being sales- man'of the month for Oct- ober 1973. He invites his many friends and customers to see him for all their trans- portation needs. Let him show you the new 1974 models. As an experienced transportation expert his advice to you Is Deal with Beny you'll BENY fit. Bony Chovrolot Oldsmobllo OK SUPIRMARKIT CAM LOT Phono m-1101 European powerhouses brought to their knees By REUTER Ajax Amsterdam and Ben- fica two of Europe's greatest soccer were both knocked out of the Euro- pean Cup Wednesday. European champions the last three made their exit in Bulgaria where CSKA Sofia won the second- second-round match 2-0 after extra time to score a 2-1 aggregate victory. champions in 1961 and went out in Hungary where Ujpest Dozsa won 2-0 for a 3-1 aggregate victory. The end of the Ajax reign as European soccer masters was foreshadowed when they could only manage a 1-0 first leg vic- tory. CSKA gained revenge for losing 6-1 on aggregate to Ajax in the same round of last season's European Cup. Defending champion AC Mi- lan of Italy moved into the quarter-finals of the Cup Win- ner's Cup by beating Rapid Vienna 2-0 in a second-round match in Austria. After being held to a score- less draw at home in the first Milan looked in danger of but Bigon scored twice before halftime to give the Italians a comfortable vic- tory. Glentoran of Northern Ireland became the first Irish club to reach the quarter- finals of any of the three ma- jor European club com- petitions when they beat Brann Bergen of Norway 3-1 in Belfast to win the second round Cup Winner's Cup tie 4-2 on aggregate. Two matches produced ex- citing extra time finishes. East Germany's FC down 2-0 after the first led 2-0 after 90 minutes against Banjk Ostrava of Czechoslovakia and a third goal in extra time put them through to the Cup Winner's Cup quarter-finals on a 3-2 aggregate. There were more thrills at where West Germany's VFB Stuttgart slammed four goals in extra time to oust Tatran Presov 8-4 on aggregate. Dynamo Tbilisi of the Soviet Union gained a staggering 5-1 victory in Yugoslavia to crush OPK Belgrade 8-1 on aggregate in the UEFA Cup. the draw for the third round of the UEFA Cup will be made in Zurich on Friday. The Eu- ropean Cup and Cup Winner's Cup have reached the last eight and the quarter-final draws in all three com- petitions will be made Jan. 16 in Paris. Polish officials will wait and see WARSAW Polish soccer officials adopted a wait-and-see at- titude Wednesday in the World Cup row over the Soviet Union's refusal to play a deciding qualifying match in Chile. Fabian depu- ty secretary-general of the Polish football said Poland had already ex- pressed its support of the Soviet Union's position and was not considering any further action at present. By refusing to play in Chile on political the Soviet Union may be dis- qualified from the present World Cup series. It has also placed a question mark over Poland's continued participation in the com- petition. Observers here said that in the event of the Soviet Union being there was a distinct possibility Poland would withdraw. The football federation might hesitate to make the decision itself in view of the bitterness it would cause here. A wave of near-hysteria swept the country after Poland recently won through to the finals for the first time since 1938 by eliminating both England and Wales. despite popular senti- the Communist author- ities might order the federa- tion to withdraw in solidarity with the Soviet Union. The federation officials are evidently unwilling to look too far into the future. should we anticipate Marmurowicz said. OIL LACK KILLS EVENT Italy Sandro Munari and Mario Mannucci of Italy automatically became Euro- pean auto rally champions when the Belgian event was cancelled because of the oil the Lancia racing team announced Wednesday. NEWCASTLE OUT England Birmingham City defeated Necastle United 1-0 in their English League Cup third-round soccer replay Wednesday. 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