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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J.4 THE UTKBRIOOE HE.RAID Wednesday, November 11, 1970 ANDY CAPP I'VE NEVER 'AD A MOMENT'S WOR -CANXOU 'IM MEET1N NO INTEREST, THAT'S fOU: VcRAAIGHT AT LEAST-SAV WATCH YfR-SrfiP SAO COMPANY; Following big weekend McDonald alone 011 top Lanny Macdonald of Leth- bridge 'Sugar Kings has gained a seven-point lead in the scor- ing race of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Statistics released Tuesday show Macdonald with 16 goals, tops in the league, and 17 as- sists for 33 points. Tied in sec- ond place with 26 points are Off-track bets to hurt gambling By GR1MSLEY NEW (AP) It you bet on a longshot in a horse race, asks Jimmy The Greek, what would you rather get or perhaps ?100? "Of course you'll take the said Jimmy (The Greek) Snyder, well-known Las Vegas odds-maker. "That's why New York's off- track bettiiig is bound to suc- ceed. It will be a real knock- down blow to organized gam- bling." The suave Nevada price maker, whose line on athletic contests and political races has become a national institu- tion, came to New York at the imitation of Howard Samuels, millionaire president of the New York City Off-Track Bet- ting Corp. The city is preparing to set up legal horse parlors around the city and move into compe- tition with bookies, who alleg- edly pocket millions from ille- gal gambling operations. The first betting windows are scheduled to open Jan. U. The city hopes, after a year or so, to start realising be- tween million and million a year to be used for education, relief and other benefits. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO, LTD, Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. 5. Phone 327-1418 Jimmy the Greek, dapper in striped shirt and blue suit, joined Samuels in a news con- ference at the corporation headquarters at which the aims and the problems of the off-track betting project were explored. The wizard of odds said the project is certain to be a suc- cess because the bettor will prefer to make his wager at a legal city parlor than on the sly through a bookmaker. "It's an education prob- Snyder said. "When people realize they can walk in and make a bet, they will start doing it. Furthermore, they will get interested in horse racing." Jimmy the Greek said that. But the city parlors and the people and not the bookies will make the odds. "The bookies have a limit of 36 to 1 on the odds they'll he added. "With so many people playing the horses, there will be tremen- dous overlays, and some horses wilt pay 50 to 1 up to maybe 100 to I. Minor Puck A pair of shutouts were regis- tered in Minor Hockey League action Tuesday evening. In bantam "A" the Cana- dians blanked the Maroons 6-0 while in midget action A.C.T. stopped the Stampeders 4-0, In the bantam game Clarence Siroyyafe fired home a pair of markers to pace the win. Singletons went to Dale Nest- ing, David Sirovyak, Sid John- son and Lee Salmon. Grant Marchuk scored twice for A.C.T. while Joe Meli and Guy Pomahac added one each. MacDcnald, LeShbridgi OglJviSf Red Dser Dempster, Red Deer Leguiiioux, Calgary McCrea, Paskusfci, Lethbridtje Chalmers, Lefhbridge Calhurne, Calgary Pollock, Calgary AJHL STANDINGS VI Lethbridge 9 Red Dear 8 Calgary 8 Edmonton ML 3 Ponoka 3 Edmonton Mcv 2 1 two members of Hed Deer Rustlers, Brian Ogilvie and Wyiin Dempster. Ogilvie has 10 goals and 16 assists and Dempster, nine goals and 17 assists. Rob LeGuilloux of Calgary Cougars is third with 25 points, one more than George McUrea of Lethbridge. Dale Henwood of Red Deer is the leading goaltender will) a 2.70 average. John Hubcr of Calgary is the most-penalized player with 62 minutes and the Sugar Kings are the most-penalized team with 351 minutes. AJKL LEADERS G A PJS 17 10 W _. 9 1? 36 )1 1.) 35 1! 13 3-1 B 12 20 7 13 11 7 7 11 18 F A Pis 85 31 70 40 SO 61 -IS 13 .11 65 7 35 41 6 5! 8J Young winger survived the pounding Boston fans waited a long time for Maki By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Slnff Wrllcr Wayne Maki has rarely been cited as a wallflower-type hockey player since turning pro with St. Louis in tile old Ccnlral Pro league in 1365. His minor pro career in St. Louis and Dallas and a brief jliiit with Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League showed him to be a dedicated, aggressive performer. F o u r t o o n months ago, lie gained national prominence while playing with St. Louis Blues in an exhibition game at Ottawa. Wilh on.e swing of his stick, he fractured the left side of the skull of Ted Green of Boston Bruins. Green, near death for several cloys, returned to the Boston lineup this year. Maki, demoted shortly after the incident, found his way back inot the league this year with Vancouver Canucks and Tues- day night visited Boston Garden for the first time. Stan Fischler's Baseball meeting this Sunday The annual meeting of the Alberta Baseball Associa t i o n will be held in Red Deer Sun- day, November 22 at 10 a.m. with registration set for The meeting will be held at the Park Hotel. ABA president Roy Hayter of Edmonton said a number of im- portant motions will bs consid- ered in addition to the annual election of officers. The meeting will be looking at such matters as the adoption of standard Canadian baseball rules; the hiring of a full time secretary registrar; the im- plementation of a province-wide insurance scheme and Hie pos- sibte affiliation with the Amer- ican Little League, This Sunday, at 2 p.m., the southern zone mil liold a divi- sional board meeting at the Civic Centre. BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR DON'T MISS THESE GREAT MONEY-SAVERS! MEN'S WINTER TOPCOATS Some with zip in lining, wool shell ond coUon shsli. Some with belts. 20 OFF DRESSING GOWNS Plaids assorted c washabld Polyester and Rovon. Reg. 19.00. SPECIAL olors. STANFIEID'S DISCONTINUED UNE MEN'S THERMAL DRAWERS Reg. SPECIAL ,95 DISCONTINUED LINES GWG DRESS PANTS Ncv'r Press txoculiva cr Regular cut slyles. Si7es 34 lo 46. Reg. H.OO. WESTERN DRESS SHIRTS No Press style. Pecal snap buttons. Plain and checks. Assorted colors. Sizes IS tn 17. Reg. 10.95 HEAVY DUCK PARKAS Berg lined detachable hood. Reg. 16.95. SPECIAL.......-...... BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th Street S. Phone 327-4210 "QUAllir AT IOWER PRICES" Inside Hockey 4 SK any National Hockey League goaltender and he'll tell you that one of the hardest shots in the if not THE hardest belongs to Dennis Hull, the Chicago Black Hawks' left wing. Dennis, otherwise known as the "Other" Hull, has skated in virtual obscurity since he became a big-leaguer six years ago. Being Bobby's kid brother has had its problems for Dennis but few realize it lias' had its virtues as well. "If it wasn't for says Dennis, "I probably wouldn't be hi the NHL right now. Bobby was in the NHL when I was still playing Junior B hockey and I KNOW that scouts came to watch me only because of Bobby." The younger Hull, who will be 26 on Nov. 1Mb, was not an especially prolific junior player. In fact, ho often appeared to be imlitantly phlegmatic until Bobby gave him an injcc- ticn of spirit. "After two bad years of junior hockey I was gelling pretty Dennis recalls, "and that's where Bobby saved me. AVhen I returned home I told him 1 had tost my confidence. "He took me aside and said, 'Listen, Dennis, you've been playing against guys who've been a lot older than you. Go back next season and I can tell you you'll score 20 goals." So I went back and I scored 20 goals. A year after that 1 scored 43 goals and I was invited to the Chicago Black Hawks' camp." Being Bobby's brother helped lift Dennis to the NHL but it couldn't help produce enough goals to suit him. He scored only ten in his rookie year and was dispatched to the minors during the following season. Once again he suffered a large case of depression until he attended a Hull Family party during the Summer at Pointe Anne, Ontario. "Bobbv knew I was feeling says Dennis. "Sometime during the middle of the party lie got up and told everybody that I was going to get 25 goals hi my next NHL season. "My father, who's a real needier, thought that that was very funny. He shouted, 'Oh, yeah, he'll be lucky if he's IN Chicago.1 Well, Ihs wildest thing about it was that I DID get 25 goals (in 1866-67) and it convinced roe that my brother is a prophet." Dennis makes it clear that while he never viewed his older brother as a rival, Bobby did, unknowingly, act as a catalyst. "When I saw what kind of shot he had developed with the Black Hawks I made up my mind I'd try to do as says Dennis, "So, I'd practice shooting all the lime; even in the Summer. "I sot up a special target near our house made up of a sheet of tin and a piece of linoleum. I'd shoot Hie puck at that all the time. What I didn't do and what Bobby was develop my skating. I never worked at it the way he did and I suffered for this later on in the Quite often brothers and sons of stars have difficulty living up to the family's sporting name. It's teen said Maurice "Rocket" Richard's son, Maurice, Jr., couM never make it as a pro hockey player because of the illustrious Rocket's name. This was not the case with Dennis Hull, "I never felt any pressure because I was Bobby's kid he insists. "Sure, some people have degradingly re- ferred to me as 'The Other Hull' but that doesn't bother me. The important thing is that I've been in the NHL for six years because I'm good enough; not because of Bobby." To even a casual observer it's obvious that Benin's Hull lias made the adjustment to life in the shadows of Bobby and made it well. "Some people have made it clear to me that they regard my situation as Dennis concludes. they'll say, 'it must be lough being the Golden Jet's kid brother.' "Naturally, a man must make some emotional adjustment and I think I've made mine just the way Joe Dftlaggio's brothers, Dom and Vince, made their's. I'm sure they realized tiiat they weren't going to be as good as Joe. "And nobody knows better than me that I won't be an- other Bobby WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF FAMOUS BAUER QUALITY SKATES FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMHY1 57-ja REMEMBER! WE TAKE TRADES Check our stock of Exchange Skates Now Available! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGEOI DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S., Ph. 327-5767 NORTH IETHBR1DGE 324 13th St, N., Phone 328-4'MI The Bruins romped to a victory, but it scorned the Bos- ion fans and players had waited a long time for the cccasion and the Bruins went to great pains lo seek out Maki along the boards, hammering him se- verely whenever the opportunity presented itself. KINGS DUMP PENGUINS In the only other game played Tuesday, Los Angeles Kings dumped Pittsburgh Penguins 5- 1, Tonight, Montreal Canadians visit California Golden Seals, Vancouver is at Toronto against ths Maple Leafs, New York Rangers will be hosts to Pitts- burgh, Philadelphia Flyers move into Chicago against the Black Hawks, and Los Angeles takes on Minnesota North Stars at Eloomington, Minn, The 26-year-old Maki, a Sault Ste. Marie, Ont, naive, sur- vived the pounding but not so the Canucks, who failed to strengthen their fourth-place spot in the East Division, The division-leading Bruins, meanwhile, got goals from Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Ed West- fall, Johnny Bucyk (his 10th of the and John McKenzie before the Canucks could counter with an attack of their own late in the game. The Kings breezed by Pitts- burgh as Bob Pulford rapped in two goals before Penguin fans. Pulford, normally a slow starter while with Toronto Maple Leafs before being traded to the Kings, now has six for the season to share the team lead in that department with Cord Labossiere. Buffalo Sabres received good news Tuesday with the an- nouncement that Don Marshall, who quit the club during the pre-season training grind, has agreed to re-join the East Divi- sion cellar-dwellars. LOS ANGELES 5 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period 1. Los Angeles Ma- rstte 1 (Flctl, Labolssiers} 2. Los Angeles, Pulford 5 SLaboissiere, Price) Penalties Lonsberry douhle minor Black- burn Second Period 3. Los Angeles, Joyal Price) 4, Pitts- burgh, Shock A {Hsrbaruk, McCalltim) Penalties Marotfe Sath- Price Third Period 5. Los Angeles, Myers 5 (Widing, Berry) 6. Los Angeles, Pulford {Lonsberry) 19-23. Penalties Lsbofssiere Hexfail Berry Los Angeles bench ssrved by Robinson Shots on goal by Lcs Angeles tl 10 Pittsburgh 8 n Attendance S 3S9. BOSTON VANCOUVER 3 First Period 1. Boston, Wesffsll (Sanderson, 2. Boston, Bucyk 10 (Orr, Esposito) 3. BoMon, McKentie 7 (Stanfieid, Bucyfcl Penalties Hodge, DnaK 13M4, Sly Second Period d. Boston, Orr 4 ESanderscn, West fail) 5. Bosfon, Esposito 9 (Hodge, Cashman) Penalties Qrr Green Doah D. Smith Third Period 6- Vancouver, John- son 2 {Wilkins) 7. Vancouver Maki 8 (Hall) S. Vancouver- Boudries 5 (Paiemant) 9. Bcs- lon, D Smith 1 Penalties__Ar- bour Orr Green Shots on goal by Vancouver 8 11 Bcston 16 14 12-42 Attendance Short sport IN ACTION FRIDAY Bob Harreil 6'5" will be In action Friday evening at the LCI when the Harlem Clowns meet the Rams in an exhibition basketball game. Harrell is Ihe team manager. Rams, Clowns meet Fri Basketb a 11 monkeyshines? That's the order of the day Fri- day at (lie Lethbridge Collegi- ate Institute. The LCI Rams, of the South- ern Alberta High Basketball League, will play host to the Harlem Clowns in an exhibition encounter at eight o'clock. The game is sponsored by the LCI Student's Council as a fund raising project. Clowns have entertained audi- ences in Canada and the United States for over 35 years. Al Pullins, a member of tha original Harlem Globetrotters, is the owner of the. Clowns. The visitors combine fancy ball han- dling, and shooting with plan- ned and spontaneous humor. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCO NATIONAL LEAGUE East DIVIS: W Boston 9 I New York Montreal fi -i Vancouver 5 E Deifolt 4 t Toronto 3 Buffalo 2 West Oiv Chicago 7 St. Louis 6 Philadelphia 7 Los Angeles J Minnesota 5 Fliisburgti a California 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE SSSt MINERS DUMPED CALGARY (CP1 A five- goal explosion in the first period carried Calgary Stam- peders to an 8 2 Alberta Hockey League victory over Drumheller Miners before fans Tuesday night. RING TRIUMPH MIAMI BEACH (AP) For mer champion Jimmy Ellis bombed Peruvian heavyweight Roberto Davila with several strong right hooks to score a seventh-round technical knock- out in a scheduled 10-rounder Tuesday night It was the first fight for the 30-year-old Ellis since he lost to Joe Frazier in a heavyweight title bout last February. The former World Boxing As- sociation king from Louisville, Ky., improved his career record to 28-6. He weighed 19714 pounds fo Davila's 201. IN GOOD FORM LAUREL, Md. (AP) Fort Jlarcy has never been in better form and miles is his best distance, trainer Elliott Burch said Tuesday while discussing ilic s i K -y e a r -o 1 d gelding's chances in today's Washington International s I Laurel. SIGN' AGREEMENT OTTAWA (CP) Health Min- ister John Munro and CBC President George Davidson signed an agreement Tuesday giving the CBC radio ami televi- sion broadcasting rights for the 1971 Canada Winter Games in t'cln ll-W. Providence Springfield Montreal Quebec...... i West I ifHmore Cleveland Rochester... Hershey NHL LEADERS Esposifo, Bcs McKenzle, Bos Hedge, Bos Befiveau, MH Bucyk, Bos Orrf 80S MaKI, Van Deivecchlo, Bel Hail, Van R. Hull, Chi W A 31 20 17 Fort Worth Omaha Qhfa, Cily Tulsa Dallas Kansas City Amarillo 3D 13 21 16 36 A Pt 4? u 49 1! ._ 3J 11 4? 11 39 11 T F A Pf. 0 3? 25 1 0 2 28 32 1 32 35 1 30 IB 1 19 22 17 24 Naffon.il Boston i Vancouver 3 Los Angelas 5 PHisburgn 1 American Baltimore 6 Sprinqfleld Rochester 3, Providence 3 Centra! Omaha 4 Tulsa 3 Alberta Senior Calgary S DrumheiJer 3 Manifeba Junior Selkirk S Kenora S West Kitdonan 6 Winnipeg i Western- Canatia Medicine Hat 3 Saskatoon 1 Btevan 5 Swift Current 3 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 5 Regina 2 Saskatoon 11 Fort Qu'Appelle -1 British Columbia Junior Penticlon 6 Keiowna 5 Victoria S 3 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Atlanta ift? Philadelphia 104 Cincinnati 138 Portland 121 Seattle 93 New Vcrk 91 San Francisco 10? Cleveland 74 ASA Denver 119 RorkHans 1U Pittsburgh 112 Memphis 106 Utah Texas "127 HOT DEALS ON WINTER TIRES PRICED FROM 14 .20 6.50x13 Blaekwall ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SAICS SERVICE 401 In Sowth (torn 327-o886 br 3XM44S ;