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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ft (ME UIIIBRIOGE HHAID Mondoy, Novcrabor f, WO m. Penalties cosily as Stamps win Jauch bitter in Eskimo defeat Jf .JfVx w; N sv i J S J i ft gfT 1 t v v N. .v. V v San JOSE St 10 Colorado Kansas 29 Idaho 37 Weber StaSo 1? Montana 35 Monlana Slate S Nevada il Eastern Oregon ]i NQW Mexico 35 Arizona 7 Oregon 4i Air Force 35 Oregon Sfate 16 California 10 San Diego Si U Pacific 1} Soulhern Caf 70 Washington 51 23 Stanford 29 Washington 32 Utah 17 Utah Slate 0 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Bosion 140 Cincinnati 157 Philadelphia 134 Seattle 1ZB Phoenix M Atlanta 100 Chicago 135 Detroit 99 San Frenciseo 114 San Diego 102 Buffalo 103 Cleveland 91 Only games scheduled. ABA Mew York 1Q3 Carolina 98 Texss 11 Florida 108 Virginia ?3B Denver 133 Kenlucfcy 111 Ulah 500 games scheduled. Tail. plcfised with club's Bears locals trailed by 13 points, but came out strong in the second half and cut the deficit to four points. The Chinooks then seemed to lack Oie strength needed and were constantly pressed by the Golden Bears who eventually increased their lead. Tim Toilestrup once again led the Chinooks as he hooped 28 points while Brian Sanders managed 14. Did: DeKlerk was the big gun for the Golden Bears as lie sank 21 big points. In team percentage shooting from the outside the locals hit for 47 per cent of their shots while Edmonton was good for 50 per cent. Individually the Chinooks won their share of honors. Tolleslrup was selected as the most valuable player in ihe tournament while Sanders was chosen as an All-Star forward. Two former Lclhbridge products DeKlerk playuig tor the Golden Bears and Bill l.lueklow suiting up for the Dinosaurs also received All-Star recognition. De-Kterk played for the University of Lethbridge Kodiaks some three 5'ears ago while Mucklow, who took an All-Star guard spot, toiled with Jim Whilelaiv's LCI Rams in his high school days. Regardless of the outcome, coach Tait and manager Gary Bowie were very impressed by their club's performance. They felt everyone of the players played steady ball for them, but because of their lack of preparation they had to take the consequences. As manager Bowie put it, "They were better prepared than we were and as soon as the season comes about and we start clicking we'll hammer those guys." The University of LeUibridge girls basketball team travelled to Medicine Hat arsd played hvo exhibition games to tune-up for the upcomiag season over the weekend. In their first encounter the Chinooks tangled with a senior ladies team from Swift Current and were edged 52-47. Jay Dahlgren paced the Chinooks with 16 points in a losing cause. Meeting the Medicine Hat College in their second contest the local gals trimmed the host club 38-36. Leona Voth was ths top scorer for the Chinooks as she netted 11 points. The Chinooks will travel to Calgary next weekend to play in an invitational DSVJSSON Baltimore fi 3 0 30 C eveland 5 5 I 3? 34 1 Hershey 5 7 34 39 t Rochester S 6 0 31 39 0 NHL LEADERS G A Pis Pirn Esposfto, Bos ,8 14 22 1! Bos 13 19 73 HDdQO, 805 5 12 17 19 Bcilveau, Mil 3 U H E Bucyk, Bos .9 7 0 Dclvecchia, De' f> 10 1 Ver ___ fi 8 R. Hall. Cni 5 10 J i-owc, Det 7 7 10 Rntelle, MY 6 3 0 Kail, Vcr 5 I 1 Orr, Bos 3 11 1 13 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Boston 6 Montreal P Itsburgn 3 DoH oil 3 Philadelphia 3 Buffalo I Minnesota 3 Chicago 3 American Providence s Mershay 3 Quebec 3 Montreal I Rochester 5 Springfield 1 F Western Seattle 4 San Diego 4 Eastern Mew Jersey fi Syracuse 5 Clinton 3 Johnstown 0 Salem 6 New Haven 3 Greensboro 5- Neshvil e 3 International Toledo 5 Dayton S Ffinl 6 Fort Wayne 1 Pori Hurar. S 1 Western Internalionai-Edmonton WiHL i Spokane AHL I Cranbrook VJ1HL 6 Drumnelier AHL 3 Saskatchewan Senior Saskatoon B MOMS' Jaw A Yorhion B P.egma 6 Ontsrfo -Jimlar Toronto 9 Montreal S Ottawa 3 Peterborough 1 SI. Catharines 8 Oshawa 1 London -i Hamlllon Western Canada Winnipeg 6 Medicine Hat 5 Edmonton 9 Saskatoon 1 Alberta Junior LetnbridgE 5 Edmonton Movers I B.C. jsnior Kamlaops a Kelowna 4 Penticton A Verncn 3 SATURDAY National Montreal IT Buffalo a Vancouver 3 Toronto 5 Boston 2 Pittsburgh 2 Minnesota 1 St. Louis 1 Chicaqo 1 PWIadelpha 1 Hew York A Los Artceles 2 American Baltimore 7 Cleveland 4 Hershey Providence 2 Springfield 10 Rochester J Wesiern Denver 3 Phoenix 1 Seattle 3 Sars Diego J Portiand Salt Lake 2 Easlern C nton 4 tens t Jersey 3 Johnstown 3 Salem 4 Charlotte 2 Greensboro 7 Jacksonville 4 New Haven 7 Nashville 4 Internal anal Dayien 2 Flint 1 Muskegorj 4 Port Huron 3 Fort Wayne a DPS Moines 1 W1HL Trail WML 3 Edmonton AHL Nelson WiHL 12 Drumhellcr AHL i Kimberley 3 Spokane 3 Ontario Junior St. Catharines 6 Osfiawa 0 Weslern Canada FHn Plnn fi Swift Currsnl 0 Estevan 2 Regins 0 MANITOBA JUNIOR Kenora 5 Dauphin 4 Alberta Junior Ponoka 7 Edmonton M 3 Leihbridgs 8 Edmonton ML 1 B.C. Jiinior t4cw Westminster 9 ChWIwsck S victoria Vancouver Logan Tail's University of Lcth'bridge Chinooks dropped a lard fought fiS-fti decision to a s -TOip University of Alberta Gol-fen Bears club in the deciding came of the Tri University Basketball Classic over the weekend in Calgary. Tlie Chinooks. who were the t efending champions of the four-team even! having won it in their initial season last year missed a chance to repeat as winners again this lose t Fridav evening die Chinooks bested "the host club Calgary Dinosaurs 75-M while the Golden Bears downed University of Saskatchewan Huskies "7 which set Ihe stage for the Colder ciding game Saturday evening. In the final game the Golden Bears had their hands full with Ihe Chinooks for most of the firs! half and into the second. Going into Ihe second half post vie The Southern Alberta Junior Hockey League opened Saturday evening while the Letii-bridge Minor Hockey Association kicks oil its new yeav tonight. Lethbridge clubs played four times in juvenile league action and emerged with three wins. The Elks, die newest loca1 entry dropped a 5-1 decision o Medicine Hat Huskies Saturday but bounced back for a (H win win over Brooks Sunday. Lethbridge Warriors had an easy Unie of it as they trounced Vaushsll 20-3. Saturday, Warriors nipped Medicine H a t Wheelers 3-1. Saturday night D. Knox paced Medicine Hat, another new entry this year, with lories goals. Singles went to J. Larson, R. Marten and N. Urtger. Brian M a x w c 1 1, Wendell Wandla', Ken Klinkhammer and Ron Krike replied for the eiks. Sunday Marty Maxwell and K 1 i n k hammer each scored twice while Brian Maxwell and Greg Hamilton completed the scoring with solo markers. Doug Barflett, with two, and Brian Trotter and Neil Johnson, with one each, scored for Brooks. Bwavne Glasier fired home six goals for the Warriors. Jack DeHeer chipped in with three. Meanwhile nearly 600 boys have been registered this year for the minor hockey program in Lethbridge. There is an increase in all divisions. Pee wee ranks have 11 teams as compared with eight last year. Bantam B has 10 teams while the bantam A and midget each have six teams. The pee wees will play a 30-game schedule, the bantam B 27 and bantam A 24. All leagues will also have playoffs at the end of the season. The league gets under way tonight with four games at Adams lee Centre. The pee wees kick things off at six followed by the bantam B's at seven and bantam A at eight. The midgets will play at Help is still needed iit Use referee ing and timekeeping sections of the league. Anyone interested is asked to be at the rink tonight or any night this week. The Taber Palace Pats opened up their juvenile league season with two victories over the weekend. Saturday night the Pals bombed the Brooks Legion-aires 10-3 while Sunday afternoon they dumped the Medicine Hat Wheelers 3-1, In S u n d a y" s ga.mc Kevin Knibbs paced the Pats with two goals with Alvano Zonoili notching a 0. J. Simpson lias surserv BUFFALO, N.Y. TAP) But-falo Bills' running back, 0. J. Simpson, who suffered left knee injuries in Sunday's National Football League game against Cincinnati Bengals, has not been seriously hurt, a team spokesman said. The spokesman said Simpson might be out hospital within several days, and Tariffed earlier reports that the former University of Southern California star had undergone surgery. Simpson was examined by doctors after the game, the spokesman said, ajid surgery was considered necessary. Simpson was tackled hard by half a dozen Bengals on the last play of the test half. He was assisted off the field and then car-rial to the locker Gaels champions By TUB CANADIAN PRESS Q u e e n 's University Golden Gaels scored a 20-8 win over University of Waterloo Warriors Saturday to win the 1970 Onta-io-Quehec Athletic Association Football championship. Queea's finished the season with six wins and one loss for a total of 12 points. The 0-QAA champions now are to meet the University of Manitoba Bisons in the Western Bowl at Winnipeg nest IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES f BLOCK and HEATER FIU.SH A FAU TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Belter I Should Oo To El RANCHO TEXACO W Toduy! JB El Rancho Ernie Says ,11 DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A LJBj pnnR MnTO" made-Wed IS-J3 JJ-37 Interceptions by 2 S Pijflls-avDg. yds 11-3810-39 Fumbies-lost 2-0 3-1 Penallies-vds 3-45 CALGARY H EDMONTON Ca! Edm first downs M 0 WIN Til PRICED FROM N TED tES 14-20 JL 6.50x13 Blackwall rusning 3i Yards passing 19? made-tried 13-J8 12-3S Interceptions-yds !-8 1-42 13-33-1 U 39.4 Fumbies-lost 0-0 0-8 Pfinalties-yds -1-43 63-yard field by mil gelcs Rams played to a 10-10 tie; Philadelphia Eagles won their first game since 23, 196? by beating Miami Dolphins 24-17; San Francisco Miters routed Chicago Bears 37-18; Kansas City Chiefs slugged Houston Oilers 2-1-9; St. Louis Cardinals walloped Boston Patriots 31-0 and Pittsburgh Sleclers toppled New York Jets 2I-J7 in the other games. Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Coils clash tonight in can and yet, kicking it straight is a hard thing to do. "It just happened thai I hit it right that time and it happened at the right time." It was a crowd-pleasing Hollywood fir.ish that enchanted a disbelieving New Orleans audience. Detroit appeared lo have won il when ErroH Mann kicked an 33-yard field goal with It seconds to give ihe Lions a Uy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New Orleans Saints boat Detroit Lions 13-17 on a record 63-yard field goal by Tore Kemp-soy on the last play of their National Football League game Sunday. Dcmpscy admitted it wasn't an ordinary feat but Detroit coacb Joe Schmidt said the Lions were beaten by a miracle. The kick surpassed the 59-yar-dcr kicked Oct. 28 by Dave Cutler of Kdmonton Eskimos in the ball awfully hard and would need a little extra time. But the Lions held up perfectly and I got a perfect snap from Joe Scarpati." The field goal had a field day in other KFL games Sunday. Cincinnati's Hort jMulilmami kicked five three-pointers as the Bengals bested Buffalo Bills -1J-14; George Blanda's 52-yanlcr helped Oakland Raiders trim Cleveland Brown's 2.1-20; US TODAY! '_ if (TEXACQ] Service 6th AVE., M.M. DRIVt PHONE Football League game against Saskatchcu-yn Rougli-riders. The previous NKb record was 56 yards, kicked by Bert Ilcchichar of Baltimore Colts in "i knew 1 could kick the ball lint far, but whether or not 1 could kick it straight, kept my Vikings' !n-H> success over Wpshingfon Redskins; Mike Mercer's SB-yard boot was the difference in San Diego Chargers' 21-21 victory over Denver Broncos and ['etc (logo-Ink ripped throe New York Giants upset the Monday night television Rainc. CLEARS BV INCHES D e m p s e y 's booming drive cleared the cross-bar by mere inches, and he admitted it took some special ingredients. "There's so much involved in kicking a 60-yard field he Rain1. "You've got to try and lead. But New Orleans' quarterback Billy Kilmer completed 3 pass to Al Dodtl after tire Detroit kiekbff and Dodd wcnt'out of bounds at the Saints' 45 with two seconds left. Then Dcmpscy, torn toclcss on liis right kicking fool, did TIRE LTD 1 COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE! 40! lit Smth Moitt 337-4886 or 317-4445 said, "t knew i had t" hi! 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