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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Kings (done in first place McDonald scores si Lannie McDonald of the Letlibridgc Sugar Kings tost three teeth last weekend but united until this weekend to take it out on someone. As it turned out the Edmon- ton Movers and Maple Leafs were the ones who suffered for McDonald's misfortunes. McDonald, off to a quick start in the scoring race, lost the teeth against Ponoka but turned on ho Edmonton clubs for revenge. McDonald scored three goals in each game as the Kings took over sole-possession of first place in the Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League. Manager Syd Hall handled the coaching duties for the Kings as John Chapman sat out two games of his suspension. Chapman and Hall are in Cal- gaiy tonight for a league meet- ing at which time Chapman's position should be made clear. The Kings dumped the Ed- monton Movers 5-2 Sunday af- ternoon while trouncing the Ed- monton Maple Leafs 84 Satur- day evening. In sweeping the two games the Kings went om point ahead of the idle Red Deer Hustlers. Meanwhile the Ponoka Stam- saves for Ponoka while Ed and relief. Brian Banks made a total of 36 saves for Sdmonlon, Sunday afternoon the Stam- jedcrs had little success ie Calgary Mount Royal Cou- ;ars. fortunes change over SIX MARKERS Lanny McDonald scored six goals over the weekend as the Lethbridge Sugar Kings won two Alberta Junior Hockey Leogue gomes. May be through Nino beaten ROME (AP) Is Nino I they'll be happy to face Nino peders picked up their third vic- tory of the season and dropped another as they dumped the Ed- monton Movers 7-3 Saturday night and were shutout 4-0 by the Calgary Cougars Sunday af- ternoon. In Sunday afternoon's game in Edmonton McDonalds' three power play goals helped the Kings to their 5-2 victory over the Movers. Tile score was tied 2-2 at the end of the first period, but the through? That was the question Italians asked this weekend as Nino Benvemiti, the pride and power- house of their country, suc- cumbed to the thunderous right of Argentina's Carlos Monzon. With that right the 12th world middle- weight boring crown slipped away from Italy, also casting doubts on Benvenuti's future. He is, after all, 32 years of age and no longer the speedster be was when he won the gold medal in the 1960 Rome Olym- pics. After losing only two fights in the first eight years of his pro- fessional career, Benvenuti has now dropped three of his last seven decisions, two of them by knockouts. But he is convinced he still is not over the he wants a rematch against the Argentine who engineered Nino's first de- feat in his homeland. "I still feel worthy to fight at the world he said after losing the adding that Monzon "must not deny me Ule chance for a rematch." Monzon, victorious in his first crack at the title at the age of 28, and his manager say WRESTLING P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDUUAH the BUTCHER vs. MIGHTY URSUS Plus 4 more exciting bouis 1.50 again, although the contract for the tight Saturday contained no such provision. Young soccer fan stabbed LONDON (AP) A about 15 years of age, was stabbed in the chest at the Ips- wich West Ham soccer game Saturday. Few people in the crowd at the Ipswich Stadium knew about the incident until the end of the game. Then po- lice used the public address sys- tem to ask witnesses to come forward. The crowd was excited in the second half after seeing Ipswich score two goals in two minutes to edge West Ham 2-1. The stab- bing incident apparently oc- curred before lialftime. Hooligan fans caused trouble at other game At Derby, too. where Derby County and Liverpool tied 0-0. seven spectators were escorted from the stadium by police. One man was treated for cuts in his hands and face. At Loftus Hoad Stadium In West London, where Cardiff downed the Queen's Park Rangers 1-0, fighting broke out on the terraces behind the Car- diff goal after the Hangers' Terry Venables bad missed a penalty. WHEEL ALIGNMENT SAVE YOUR TIRES STEERING SYSTEM WHEEL ALIGNMENT Oar eUgmncnt .Tpccialista will do all this I work inspect front-end, siiock absorbers and steering wheel as- sembly align front-end; correct camber, iter timl Uc-in. ALI REPAIRS FULLY GUARANTIED Kings three unanswered goals in the second to complete the scoring. Other Kings markers came off the sticks of Dave Shardlow and Archie McLennan. For Edmonton Cord Gamble and Jim Miller replied with a goal apiece. In the penalty filled contesi the Kings were assessed nine minors and two majors while the Movers received 11 minors and one major. McDonald of Lethbridge and Mel Gushattey of the Movers were each handed a game mis conduct in the third period for fighting. During the 60 minutes of play the Kings outehot the Mover. 24-21. Saturday evening the Sugar Kings literally walked over tht Edmonton Maple Leafs. McDonald again paced _tl Kings with three Roals w h i 1 Shardlow and Gary Pas kuski each scored twice. Len Chalmers added a single in the game watched by some 500 fans. Craig Styles avoided the shut- out as he notched the lone Leaf goal. Each club received six pen- alties each and also tied in the amount of shots on goal, 27. Meanwhile in Ponoka, the Stampeders led throughout the 60 minutes of play and dumped the Movers before 400 Ponoka fans Saturday night. Jim SimpHh paced, the Stam- peders attack with two g o a 1 s while Everette Simanton, Ed Lychak, Doug Topley, Evan MePhedran and Randy Morton added a goal each. Doug Clark, Ernie Griffith and Jim Miller scored for Ed- monton as they tried to catch up with Ponoka who led 3-1 after the first and 5-3 after the sec- The Cougars led 1-fl after the first period and 2-0 after the second. Nelson McBride, Jack Pmzo, Ian Hunter and Darryl Goss were the Calgary marks- men. The Cougars took six of the 10 minor penalties called and 1 games. outs-hoi the host club 35-24. Scott Darling was credited with the shutout. The Sugar Kings will return to action this coming weekend wten they host the Edmonton Maple Leafs for a pair Monday, November 9, 1970 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HCRAtD 7 ANDY CAPP HEY.IOOK ATTHETIME- WERE SUPPOSES TO BE VlSITlN1 THBtt EW PEOPLE.' By THE CANADIAN MESS Montreal Canadiers found out during the weekend how quickly he fortunes of a team can change SB the National Hockey League, The Canadiens, who coasted o an easy 11-3 victory over Bui- alo Sabres in Montreal Satur- day night, found the going a lot ougher at Boston Gardens Sun- day night, Boston Bnu'ns, in a game that erupted in a wild brawl in the Inal minute of the first period, downed the Canadiens 6-1 to .ake over sole possession of first place in the East Division. The fight broke out when ref- eree John Ashley called a trip- and Pittsburgh Penguins tied 2-, scored his first goal 2, Chicago tied Philadelphia 1-1 games in the third and St. Loin's Blues and Minne- sola also played to a 1-1 tie. Phil Esopsito, NHL scoring in five period. Mickey Redmond scored Mont- real's only goal. Philadelphia handed Buffallo COME IN, AVXKE NERSELVES COMFORTABLE. TREAT IT LIKE IT WAS XER leader, paced the Bruins with i its seventh straight defeat. The one goal and two assists with the Canucks the tie Canadiens. Esposito set up a two ing penalty on Boston's Dallas the 21-year-old golden Girl smith. Claude Larose of the British track and field who w Janadiens and Ken Hodge of he Bruins, who previously had exchanged heated words in drawing minor penalties, tan- gled. Wayne Caslunan of Boston and Guy Lapoinle of Montreal ten started a fight and players mm both benches leaped on to :he ice to join the fray. Meanwhile on the Canadiens' bench, Boston Derek Sanderson nd Montreal's Phil Roberto en- in fisticuffs. When fans attempted to join in, Montreal players had to be restrained by ioston police. HANDS OUT MAJORS When order returned to the ice, Ashley handed major pen- alties to Lapointe, Larose and Terry Harper of Montreal and Hodge, Don Awrey and Cash- man of Boston. The otters es- caped penalties as the iinal 27 seconds of the first period were put over to be played just be- fore the start of the second pe- riod. In other games Sunday, Phila- delphia Flyers beat Buifalo 3-1 and Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh and Chicago Black Hawks and Minnesota North Stars played to ties, both by 3-3 scores. Saturday, New York Bangers downed Los Angeles Kings 6-2, Vancouver Canucks edged To- ronto Maple Leafs 3-2, Boston a silver medal at the 1968 Olym- pics, flew here today for treat- ment of what was described as "a massive attack of cancer." An attractive blonde who fin- ished second in the 400-metre run at Mexico City two years ago, Miss Board was told only Friday that she was suffering 'rom cancer that was affecting all the main organs of the body. Miss Board, however, kept a brave exterior. "I am thankful I have been told what is wrong with Don Luce, playing in his fourth ga.mc with Detroit after being traded from New York, scored one of the Red Wings' goals against Pittsburgh. It was his second NHL goal. ond. Graham Parsons made 2fi Waited too long says Durelle WINNIPEG