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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta imbor 11, 1971 10 1HE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Thunclny, Novcmboi Hunter uses the wor about 4. -By Pal Sullivan rolt impn'ss've 1 nielli Western ('niilcreiice title against Iioiichriders. I'm iint reudv to .shuttle Hie Stampeder.-, In t M e en' underdoes vet They certamlv were un- irinL.' most et the second half ul lllc schedule, hut there has to be a reason Siampeders are loaded with potential 1ml thai doesn't imt points on the Scoreboard, and that, re- gardless'of how slice the cake, is the only sialis- tic that A- C i- -arv writer may have come as close to the problem as anyone is ijoini; to, Ihis seasnn anyway. r-df-irv Coach Jan Duncan was irate when he of his plavers called the Calory offence stereoiyjic. lie screamed tor the players name. Could it be he ditln't want such informatii'n to leak mil': 1 II (iOltlHI.N (ill.X.NT j EDMONTON' iC'I'i "When you Ye in a war, ;is we are now. The rest ot Hill Hunter's quote j unprintable, I he word, "uar" uswl frequently when1 1 World lloeliey Association exec- uiives start'talking alxnit the Nr.lional Hockey U'liRUe. The WI1A is the world's new- est professional hockey league. It's scheduled to play its first Kiimc next October, and to be- come a top attraction it must lure. Ulent from (lie established MIL. That takes money, something the bosses say its owners have bundles of. Ken llatskiii of Winnipeg, for instance, is said lo have million in backing. How much I lie two other Ca- nadian franchises isn't MINOR FOOTBALL CHAMPS The Eskimos dominated the lalhbridgs Minor Football League this past season and rule as They went Collin Barnes, Bob Salmon, Curtis Schweitzer, Cam McLennan, Bruce Two, Rots Dickson Jim Henderosn. Back, left to right, coach Jim Valentine, Brian known but, Ituntor of Edmonton i unbeaten through the schedule and were a-. d coach, can't his club tip face it if he can't do it who can" then the Siampcders are in very deep trouble. Cakarv didn't even look as they wanted in v. in in their last fcv. league Barnes. l.Mssensioii. like a liaise full of termites, may be eating a; the foundation ot the Stampc-ders On the' uiiier hand, the Remainders are at the of their season's performance. They spanked -'inmpei; Kliie Bombers in convincini; fash- ouhl, naturally, like nothing better than ame to the Stamps Scotty Munro of Caleary say their backers are well- heeled. Hunter, lie.side.s being general manager of the Edmonton fran- chise." is executive director of the league, and if there is a war lie's ready. SPADE'S A SPADE Pointing to himself, he told a n e s conference Wednesday that "here's a red-headed who doesn't give a damn about the MIL." Hunter is that kind of guy. He 'calls a spade a spade and docsn t bo'ihcr much about social nice- lies when in a fight. He's net i he most popular figure in Ed- monton, but nobody denies he's tough and shrewd. He's also successful. He oper- ates the money-making Edmon- i Ion Oil name he'll weather forced cancellation of the playoffs. The champs front left to riaht, Dave Montanko, Dwaine Low, Mark Innes, Curtis McKeen, Scott Mclennan, Bill Pelrunick, Jim Clark, Bruce Quick. Centre, left to right, Gordon McKeen, Tracy Cooler, Tom Haibeck, Sid Collier, Roy Anderson, arded the league title after Quick, Mark Baldry, Mark Ell, Rick Collier, the most valuable player, Randy Van Lou, Dale Nesting, Brian STkamoto and coach Scott Whitelaw. Top lineman of the league was the Stamps' Peter Smith and St. Mary'j Casey Scatl top rookie. By IAN MacLAIN'E Canadian Pi-ess Staff Writer The superpower Boston frollt of llw ruins aren't so super-hot this Gsposiio and Smith. Folcy to Philadelphia, the i allowed only 23 goals, four i shot to Detroit dcfcnceman Angeles goalie Rogation Vachon L defence appears set in fewer than'the Hawks, were Gary Bergman who fed Mickey i with 41 shots, including six of the goaltcnders Tony slopped cold by Detroit goalie j Redmond for the score. j apiece by Dave Baton, rr" T" Bniir year after making of the National Hockey Let a year ago. But the Bruins still managed peak the pesky ion, and to do the the Black Hawks' super-defence that in itself constitutes a ale victory. I'm not brave enoueh to come mil and pick one team over the oilier, but I will say this the winner of Saturday's same will go to the Grey Cup. In the east the situation is much simpler. If Toronto Argonauts don't make it to the Canadian an Sunday and v. ill establish themselves as favorites in the opening game The Araos becan the 1971 season in an attempt to buy the Grey Cup. and made a large deposit on tlie silverware with their regular season play. If they can make three more payments it will be all theirs. I received a rather interesting phone call from boxing enthusiast Oscar Odney. lie is attempting to get an amateur boxing club started again in the city and he is going to need a lot of help and great gobs of luck. It will be an uphill struggle. Odney has the nucleus of a club and they are currently working out Tuesdays and Thursdays at the old Centra! School. Facilities, to say the least, are deplorable. There is no ring and no showers, just enthusiasm that wants a better place to develop. Odney and Tony Bogusky. who has been help- ping coach the club, are looking for any kind of help, be it boxers or builders. want as many fellows out, as are willing to come said Odney. "But we would also like some place for them to train." Isn't there a gym somewhere in this city of ours? Keep in mind today is Remembrance Day. All is not beautiful in this world of ours, but the fact that we are here lo remember times that were and may be again is reason enough to be thankful to those who made it so. Canada Hockey U-ague, a big supplier of talent to the NHL. and Despite his habit of firing mor conches and taking over him-, Chicago, the Wen Division self, the junior team invariably I leaders, have allowed only three is a winner and draws crowds! goals on hcme ice season to antiquated Edmonton Gar- L-.nd the v.-'.n extended tivir un-' Haiskin, a millionaire im-.i lo fix games, peg liusincfsman. was once a j it also enabled them to pull football player for Winnipeg i two points of Mirwola Blue Bombers and, like Hunter. North Stars, whose 2-1 loss to operates a successful WCHL i Detroit Red Wings ended their club, tiie Jets. t home-ice win siring at five. Munro he and Hunter pub- n marked the first win licly despise each other, at- for Detroit coach Johnny Wil- thotigh there's a suggestion that son. who had lost two and tied I their fichis in the press draw, takina over from liqer-Lats in a iv.n- crowds to hockey is j Doug Barkley 10 days ago. tending tandem of Gump Wor- i rage and drew an assist on tin sley and Ccsare Maniago has Red Wings' first goal, clearing Red Gilbert and Vic Hadfield scored two each as the Rangers pushed their unbeaten streak to 12 games the Kings con- tinued to falter, losing their sev- enth in a row. i NOW HAVE 73 POINTS The linemates, along vine and dsfcnccman Ab De- Marco, in posting a duplicate of the score they registered in Los Angeles last week. ORK 7 LOS ANGELES 1 I. Nr'.v York, Gil- MONTREAL S TORONTO Penrd 1. v.ontreal, !i T rr. sy! a.3ij F Wahovlioh 15 r: I 1B--9. PITTSBURGH 3 VANCOUVER Frank Mahovlich, with his 15th goal of the season against his former team-mates, spear- headed Montreal's offence at with Toronto in a dull game that centre Jean Ratelle, now have lacked much of the fierce ri- colleeted 73 points this season. valry that fans have come to Gilbert leads the individual race expect in meetings between the with 27. followed by Hadfield at I two established teams. 25 and Ratelle, with 2t, in Only coals, both of them of a fourth place behind BoMori's flukey varHy. by Jim Harrison Phil E-ro-ilo, the defending and Don Marshall, got past champion. Montreal goalie Ken Dryden. Gilbert's two goals gave him i But there was never any doubt six in the last three games and j tire Canadiens would fashion Hadfield's goal in the second pe- i their impressive win against a n_ia riod was iiis eighth power-play i disorganized Ijeaf club that ap- is-31: score of the year, tops in the i pcarcd to he feeling the ill et- NHL. i fects of an 8-1 drubbing at Oak- i The Rangers peppered Los i land earlier in the week. boss of Calgary C'enter.nials of I the WCHL and manages to win i games and draw full houses. FACE UPHILL FIGHT AH three, then, have been sue-' cessful in t o p -f 1 i g h t junior hockey, but the big question is whether they can do the same in what they hope will be the major leagues. They know they have problems and agree it will be an uphill fight, something they all seem to relish. A priority for Hunter is get-, ting a decent place to play. The Gardens holds and with tickets scaled at SB, S3.SO arid S4. the club will be a loser i financially without a new arena. He said his club will present In other games, Rangers remained ahead of Montreal in the East Division, crushing Los Angeles Kings 7-1. while ilie Canadiens stopped Toronto Maple treats 5- 2. Pittsburgh Penguins skated to a 3-1 win over Can- ucks in the other scheduled varnors Tonight California Golden Seals move into Boston Garden. Los Angeles visits Buffalo Sabres and the Canucks ao against the Flyers in Philadel- phia. BOTH HULLS SCORE, Goals by the Hull brothers. Bobby ami Dennis, gave goalie Gary Smith all the cushion he an arena proposal to the city needed as the Black Hawks "in the immediate future" but 1 sealed off all hut one Boston "if they don't come through offence, that by Mike Walton we'll build our own.'1 early in the third period. He hopes to "break soil in February." Winnipeg is in a tetter posi-, lion, says Hatskin, with an and Cliff Koroll. motivated Mil- arena capable of seating 10.500! exports to pick them run-away in game with Warriors getting the nod on including a Hi minute miscon- duct to Boyle. Both clubs see action Satur- day as the Warriors host Ta- bor 'Palace Pats while the Elks travel to Vauxllall. explosive A three-goal first period car- ried the Lcthbridge Juvenile Warriors to a 4-2 victory over the Midget Elks in the opening game of the Southern Alberta Juvenile League Wednesday Played at. the Cine Centre before 200 fans the War- rics built up their early lead and held off'the Elks. Brian Sedgewick. Garry Mar- John Boyle and lloss Allsop accointed for the War- riors' markers. Allsop scored the insurance marker in the filial 20 minutes. Joe Meli and Brian Cave scored second-period goals for A total of 20 penalties things haven't b''en with possible expansion to 14.000 although there are no plans for it immediately. easy so far, and only their de- Calgary's corral holds fensive record has enabled the with plans to expand to Hawks lo hold first over the by 1974. j surprising Minnesotans. As for players, Hatskin says The Hawk defence was a he'll get a "portion of current j question mark before the season MIL players." i started. Aside from Pat Haple- -----------------------------------------i ton and Bill White, who coach Billy Rcay contends are the [best twosome in the bu-ines-s, I rest of the blue-line was in doubt. Veterans Doug .larrell and Keith Magnuson hadn't, p r- formcd to ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF KENNEL CLUI! MEETING The I.ethbridge and District Kennel Club will be holding a general meeting Monday, Nov. in Room I, of the Civic Sports Centre at S p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. ('lark of the Green Aci-es formed to expectations in lii.o- clinjc HU t jc 71, particularly laic in the sea- ,ni lasiil jn Various son, and this constituted a den- i rjlced.s "cf 1 cicncy in the team's makeup. 1'IUITEC.TKI) l-MGlir Everyone is invited to attend Reay and general manager. n____ Tommy Ivan protected eight de- i fcncemen in last June's NHL draft, leading snoie ohsencrs lo believe there'd he some changes made. But both JaiTctl and Magnu- i son have regained their cl'fec- i tivenes.s and with the departure through trades of defence-men Paul Shmyr, to California, and on MOTO SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles 600 4th Avo. H. 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