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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Kings alone in 'first place McDonald scores SIX MARKERS Lcmny McDonald scored six goals over the weekend as the Lethbridge Sugar Kings won two Alberfa Junior Hockey League games. May be through Nino beaten ROME (AP) Is Nin through? That was the question Italian asked this weekend as Nin Benvenuti, the pride and powei house of their country, sue cumbed to the thunderous righ of Argentina's Carlos Monzon. With that right th 32th world middle weight boxing crown slipped away from Italy, also castin doubts on Benvenuti's future. He is, after all, 32 years o age and no longer the speedste he was when he won the goL medal in the I960 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 las 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 Mpnzpn "must not deny me the chance for a rematch." Monzon, victorious in his first crack at the title at the age of 28, and his manager say WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDUUAH the BUTCHER vs. MIGHTY URSUS Plus 4 more exciting bouts 1.50 they'll be happy to face Nino again, although the contract for the fight Saturday contained no such provision. soccer Young fan stabbed LONDON (AP) A about 15 years of age, was stabbed1 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- :em 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- )ing incident appare n 11 y oc- curred before halftime. Hooligan fans caused trouble at other games, too. At Derby, where Derby !Jotinty and Liverpool tied 0-0, seven spectators were escorted rom the stadium by police. One nan was treated: for cuts in his lands and face. At Loftus Road Stadium in Vest London, where Cardiff owned the Queen's Park [angers 1-0, fighting broke out n the terraces behind the Car- iff goal after the Rangers' erry Venables had missed a penalty. Lannic McDonald of tl: Lethbridge Sugar Kings lo three teeth last weekend bi waited until this weekend I take it out on someone. As it turned out the Edmoi ton Movers and Maple Lea: were the ones who suffered fo McDonald's misfortunes. McDonald, off to a quic start in the scoring race, los the teeth against Ponoka bi turned on ho Edmonton club for revenge. McDonald scored three gpa in each game as the took over sole-possession first place in the Alberta Ju nior Hockey League. Manager Syd Hall handle the coaching duties for th Kings as John Chapman sat ou two games of his suspension Chapman and Hall are in Ca gary tonight for a league meel ing at which time Chapman' position should be made clear The Kings dumped the EC monton Movers 5-2 Sunday al ternoon while trouncing the EC monton Maple Leafs 84 Satur day evening. In sweeping the two games the Kings went one point ahead of the idle Red Deei Rustlers. Meanwhile the Ponoka Slam peelers picked up their third vie (017 of the season and dropped another as they dumped the Ed monton Movers 7-3 Saturda: night and were shutout 4-0 by the Calgary Cougars Sunday at ternoon. In Sunday afternoon's game 1 in Edmonton McDonalds' three power play goals helped the Kings to their 5-2 victory over the Movers. Tire score was tied 2-2 at the end of the first period, but the Kings got 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 Gord Gamble and Jim Miller replied with a goal apiece. In the penalty filled contest 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 CO minutes of play the Kings outshot the Movers 24-21. Saturday evening the Sugar Kings literally walked over the Edmonton Maple Leafs. McDonald again paced the Kings with three goals while 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 i n Ponoka, t saves for Ponoka while Ed Guartin and relief Brian Banks made a total of 36 saves for Edmonton, Sunday afternoon the Stam- peders had little success with the Calgary Mount Royal Cou- gars. The Cougars led 1-fl after the first period and 2-0 after the second. Nelson McBridc, Jack Prazo, Ian Hunter and Darryl Goss were the Calgary marks- men. The Cougars took six of the 10 minor penalties called and outshol the host club 35-24. Scott Darling was credited with the shutout. The Sugar Kings will return to action this coming weekend they host the Edmonton Maple Leafs for a pah- games. Monday, November 0, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 7 ANDY CAPP AT THE TIME WEfeE TO BE VISITIN1 THEM NEW Canadiens' change over nig] By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Canadiens found out during the weekend how quickly the fortunes of a team can change in the National Hockey League. The Canadiens, who coasted :o an easy 11-2 victory over Buf- falo Sabres in Montreal Satur- day night, found the going a lot migher at Boston Gardens Sun- day night. Boston Bruins, in a game that erupted in a wild brawl in the final 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 ret- iree John Ashley called a tip- in five period. scored his first goal games in the third Mickey Redmond scored Mont- real's only goal. Philadelphia handed Buffallo C2 and Pittsburgh Penguins tied 2- 2, Chicago tied Philadelphia 1-1 and St. Louis Blues and Minne- sota also played to a 1-1 tie. Phil Esopsito, NHL scoring, leader, paced the Bruins with j its seventh straight defeat. The one goal and two assists against i Sabres, wilh the Canucks the the Canadiens. Esposito set up a two new teams in the MIL this goal by Ed Westfall at of the first period when the Bruins were shorthanded, assisted on a goal by Ken Hodge and then D- COME IN, AWKE XERSELVES COMFORTABLE. TREAT IT LIKE IT WAS VEP. QWM'OME Attack said to be niassiye ROTTACH-EGERN, West Sermany (AP) Lillian Board, ping penalty on Boston's Dallas the 21-year-old golden Girl of Smith. Claude Larose of the j British track and field who won Canadiens and Ken Hodge of a silver medal at the 1968 Olym- he Bruins, who previously had pics> flew here today for treat- ixchanged heated words rawing minor penalties, tan- ked. Wayne Cashman of Boston and Guy Lapointe of Montreal ben started a fight and players rom both benches leaped on to le ice to join the fray. Meanwhile on the Canadiens jench, Boston Derek Sanderson and Montreal's Phil Roberto en- aged in fisticuffs. When fans ttempted to join in, Montrea layers had to be restrained by :oston police. IANDS OUT MAJORS When order returned to the ce, Ashley handed major pen- Ities to Lapointe, Larose anc erry Harper of Montreal and lodge, Don Awrey and Cash- nan of Boston. The others es- aped penalties as the final 27 econds of the first period were ut over to be played just be- ore the start of the second pe- od. In other games Sunday, Phila- elphia Flyers beat Buffalo 3-1 nd Detroit Red Wings and ittsburgh and Chicago Black awks and Minnesota North tars played to ties, both by 3-3 cores. Saturday, New York Rangers owned Los Angeles Kings 6-2, ancouver Canucks edged To- into Maple Leafs 3-2, Boston ment of what was described as "a massive attack of cancer." An attractive blonde who fin- ALIGNMENT Stampeders led throughout tl 60 minutes of play and dumpi the Movers before 400 Ponok fans Saturday night. Jim Simpkih paced the Stain peders attack with two goal while Everette Simanton, E Lychak, Doug Topley, Eva McPhedran and Randy Morto added a goal each. Doug Clark, Ernie Griffit and Jim Miller scored for Ed monton as they tried to catch u with Ponoka who led 3-1 afta the first and 5-3 after the sec ond. Graham Parsons made 2fi says Waited too long Durelle WINNIPEG (CP) "It was my wailed too said Rene Durelle as lie summed up Ms second loss in three decisions to Canadian light-heavyweight champion Al Sparks of Winnipeg. Sparks retained his title with a 12-round unanimous decision that drew boos from many of the nearly home-town fans Saturday night. Referee Steve Trojack and Judge Peter Piper both gave Sparks a 32-28 decision while judge Steve Kintanch awarded a draw, giving the decision to Sparks. Points are awarded on the basis of five a round. Both fighters weighed in at 175 pounds. Durelle, the 25-year-old for- mer champion from Bale Ste. Anne, N.B'., took the decision in stride, although he thought he won seven of the 12 rounds. "I went out for a knockout in the first five he said, "but then something changed my mind. Sparks changed his style, began backing up. From the ninth round on I was going for the knockout, but I just waited too long." eeds United lias lead cut LONDON (CP) The Leed United soccer team was held I a 1-1 He by Crystal Palace Sa urday and its lead over th English League First Divisio was reduced to a single point. Leeds goaltender Gary Sprak completely misjudged a sof 30-vard shot from John Sewe with two minutes to play to giv Palance its draw. Until then Leeds seemed safely in front o a 53rd -minute header from Peter Lorimer. Arsenal closed in on Leeds b beating lowly Blackpool 1- vhen John Radford headet lome a pass from George Arm trong after 71 minutes. Leed las 25 points, one more than Arsenal. Martin Chivers scored twice nd Alan Gilzean and Stevi 'erryman once each as Totten am Hotspur kept pace by beat ng last-place Burnley 4-0. Thi s trail Arsenal by one IIIELSEA WINS Chelsea beat Hudders'field 1-0 o take over fourth place from lanchester City, which lost 2-1 Coventry City. Chelsea's goal ame from Tommy Baldwin ith seven minutes left. Wolverhamplon Wanderers Iso moved ahead of Manches- ir, beating West Bromwich Al- on 2-1. Leicester City took a two- oint lead in the Second Divi- on. A 78th minute goal by avid Nish gave the team a 1-0 ctory over Watford. Luton Town won the battle be- rcon the second and third ubs, beating Hull CUy 2-0 on Mis from Dan Givcns and alcolm MacDonald. Luton ent into second place while ull dropped behind Cardiff ty, which beat Queen's Park angers 1-0 in a game thai saw g h t i n g between rival sup- rters. year, have not won a game j since Od. 23 when they de- feated Detroit 4-3. During that losing streak, they have given up 39 goals and scored nine. Wayne Hillman scored the winning goal for Philadelphia with 28 seconds gone in the third period. Jim Johnson and Bob Kelly got the other Phila- delphia goals while Gil Perrault scored for Buffalo, his seventh of the season. Don Luce, playing in Ins fourth game with Detroit after being traded from New York, scored one of the Red Wings' goals against Pittsburgh. It was his second NHL goal. The Wings built a 3-1 lead on WORLD RECORD i supremacy, including the Do- TOKYO (AP) China's top minicah Republic and Libya, high jumper, Ni Chih-Chin, Sun- day set a world record for the men's high jump with a leap of 7 feet G.I inches, Peking re- ported today. The previous record of 7 feet 5.9 inches was set by Valery Brumel of the Soviet Union in 1963 in Moscow. TRIPLE CROWN WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) Most Happy Fella overcame trouble in the first quarter mile and rushed up from last place in a stirring stretch drive to win .in mti ai_itn; wiwijue wiiu milled second in the 400-metre 4n at Mexico City two years go, Miss Board was told only riday that she was unger s second goal 01 the j'ear, coming at but in the third period, with two Wings in the penalty box, Ken Schinkcl scored on a power play for Mes at Roosevelt Rac night and sweep pie Crown. om Cancer that was to put 1 the main organs of the one goal. Jean Miss Board, however, kept with two minutes left AIRE rave the States, wh "I am thankful I have goals by and Engl: Id what is wrong with and rookie Dan won, are th ie said. "I now know the Chicago a 3-2 lead the 72-hole 18 be fit depends on me. I but Danny tournament fight. I am determined to be jred. I desperately want to his second goal early in the third period, gave the Thursday th Forty-four com the in the test both competing for the first time. -A- RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Boh Lacouriere of Saskatoon, was re-elected president of the Canadian Federat i o n of Ama- teur Baseball at the federation's annual meeting Saturday. It will be Lacouriere's fourth term in the post. A EASY TRIUMPH OTTAWA (CP) University of Ottawa defeated Bishop's University 32-15 Saturday to win the Central Canada Intercolle- giate Football Conference championship. The winners now meet Uni- versity of New Brunswick next Saturday in the Atlantic Bowl. Mi III NUliF II J Summaries on page 8 What fo do with the money you save buying MelchersVery Mild. Melchers Very Mild. That says it all. It tastes Very Mild-arid Very Good. j -.VU'lcniTS Try Very Mild. And maybe soon, you can n pick up that new tie you've been wanting, with I W the money you save. j Melchers Very Mild. 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