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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, November 11, 1974 Native Sons drop first NATIVE SONS' GARY CLARK DIVES FOR LOOSE PUCK Weekend scorers SUNDAY Atlanta 3 at Boston 4 Boston Orr, Marcotte, Esposito, Cashman; Atlanta Lysiak 2, Hextall Pittsburgh 3 at Buffalo 8 Buffalo Perreault 2, Lorentz. McNab, Martin, Luce, Mickey, Robert; Pitt- sburgh Debenedet. Ar- nason. Larouche. Vancouver 4 at Detroit 2 Vancouver Boudrias, Gould. Lever, Lalonde; Detroit Hamel, Lochead. Montreal 11 at Washington 1 Montreal Richard 2, Lafleur 2, Gainey, Lambert. Savard, Lemaire. Sather, Shutt. Mahovlich; Wasington Egers. California 0 at Philadelphia 3 Phildalphia Clement 2. Crisp. SATURDAY California 2 at Pittsburgh 5 Pittsburgh Hadfield 2, Arnason. Debenedet, Apps. California King, Johnston. Vancouver 3 at Montreal 4 Montreal Shutt 3, Lemaire; Vancouver Boudrias, Demarco, O'Flaherty Washington 2 at Philadelphia 6 Philadelphia MacLeish, Clarke, Kindrachuk, Barber, Lonsberry, Bladon; Washington Mikkelson, Gryp. Toronto 5 at Minnesota 7 Minnesota Hextall 2, Flesch 2, Martineau, Parise, Stanfield; Toronto Ellis 2, Selling, Stoughton, Turnbull. Buffalo 6 at Kansas City 1 Buffalo Luce, Robert, Ramsay, Dudley, Martin, Schoenfeld: Kansas City Hudson. NY Islanders 2 at St. Louis 4 St. Louis Richardson, Merrick. Unger, Barclay Plager; New York Islanders Harris. Stewart. AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE FRONT ALIGNMENT NOW ONLY let our eroert mechanics.- ADJUST caster, combe' toe. REPACK oufer 'rant wheel beanna- INCLUDES Most North American Cars. W WITH CDWD1ICI SATISFACTION GOARANMD Capitals learning lessons, but it all takes more time By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Just the other day Jim Anderson, coach of Washington Capitals, was say- ing his fledgling National Hockey League club was go- ing through a learning process. The Capitals, learning the hard way. dropped their 12th game in 14 outings Sunday night as Montreal Canadiens won 11-1 at Washington. Buffalo Sabres smashed Pittsburgh Penguins 8-3, Boston Bruins nipped Atlanta Flames 4-3, Vancouver "Canucks outscored Detroit Red Wings 4-2, and Philadelphia Flyers blanked California Seals 3-0. New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings tied 2-2 Satur- day night, St. Louis Blues downed New York Islanders 4- 2. the Flyers clipped the Capitals 6-2, Minnesota North Stars beat Toronto Maple Leafs 7-5, Pittsburgh thrashed California 6-2, Buffalo crushed Kansas City Scouts 6-1, and Montreal edged Vancouver 4-3 on Steve Shutt's third goal of the game with 54 seconds to play. The Capitals now have lost 10 games in a row and have been outscored 27-7 in their last three games against Boston, Philadelphia and the Canadiens. Team captain Henri Richard led the Canadiens with two goals and three assists Guy Lafleur also had two goals. The Capitals managed only 16 shots at goal tender Ken Dryden. with Jack Egers spoiling the shutout bid in the second period. The Sabres, leaders in Divi- sion 4, got their seventh straight win before in Buffalo. Gilbert Perreault scored his 10th and llth goals of the sea- son and added three assists. The Sabres now have 22 points, five more than the Bruins, who had to rally to de- feat the Flames at Boston. Power-play goals by Phil Esposito and Wayne Cashman in the final period gave the WINS PLAYOFF YOKKAICHI. Japan Hisako Higuchi parred the second hole of a sudden death playoff Sunday with Yukiko Tonyama and won the Japan Women's Open Golf Tournament Miss Higuchi, Japan s leading woman pro. and Miss Tonyama finished the regulation 54 holes with 224s on the 6.330 yard, par 72 Mc.shin Yokkaichi Country Hub course in central Japan INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE Bruins the win. Bobby Orr and Don Marcotte got the other Boston goals. Tom Lysiak with two and Bob Leiter replied for the Flames. Andre Boudrias, John Gould, Don Lever and Bobby Lalonde scored the Canucks goals in the first period as Vancouver won at Detroit. At Philadelphia, Bill Cle- ment scored his fifth and sixth goals of the year and Bernie Parent faced only 16 shots as the Flyers blanked the Seals. The Wings, winless in their last seven games, are third in Division 3, seven points behind Montreal and 11 behind Los Angeles. Brawl disrupts Quebec encounter for Full Cvn'arj CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING THE CANADIAN PRESS World Hockey Association teams playing in Quebec City paid scant heed Sunday night to recent reports deploring violence in hockey. But in Edmonton, which un- veiled its new Coliseum, the rivals performed in dull fashion for 15.326 fans who watched the Oilers defeat Cleveland Crusaders 4-1. While San Diego Mariners edged Quebec Nordiques 4-3 in a wild game, Toronto Toros blasted the Cougars 7-0 in Chi- cago, Minnesota Fighting Saints stalled Phoenix Roadrunners 10-4 in St. Paul, Minn., and Indianapolis Racers defeated Michigan Stags 6-1 in Detroit. A goal by Brian Morenz at of the third period provid- ed the Mariners with their vic- tory, but the score was vir- tually incidental. Referee Bob Kolari called a total of 170 minutes in penalties and ejected Quebec coach JeanGuy Gendron after a third-period bench-clearing brawl. The major outbreak oc- curred after a fight between Kevin Morrison of the Mariners and Nordiques' Renald Leclerc. They, too, were ejected from the game, as was Ted Scharf of the Manners, who led the exodus from the bench. But tension had mounted from the first period, when San Diego's Jamie Bateman and Michel Rouleau of Quebec were sent to the dressing rooms after they continued to fight in the penalty box. It was the first loss for the Nordiques in six games at home this season. Three goals in the third pe- riod carried the Giiers to vic- tory as the fans sat quietly in their upholstered seats in the edifice. Defenceman Barry Long led the Edmonton attack with two goals and veteran Jacques Plante. 45-year-old former NHL star, played a steady game in goal for the winners. picking up an assist and draw- ing a minor penalty during the course of the eveiiing Goalie Cam Newton had a rough night in the Cougars" net the Toros went on their second consecutive scoring spree that netted them 14 goaK in two weekend games At the opposite end of the ice Gilles Gratton earned his first shutout of the season for Toronto defeated Minnesota 7-4 Saturday and in other games, the Racers upset Houston Aeros 5-4, the Roadrunners beat New England Whalers 4-2 and Win- nipeg Jets and Vancouver Blazers played to a 3-3 over- time tie. Bills upset The ASSOCIATED PRESS On a day when two National Football League quarterbacks in the 40-year-old bracket were passing with the best of them, young Ken Anderson proved to be just that the best of them. Anderson, eight years old when Sonny Jurgensen and Len Dawson joined the NFL in 1957, led Cincinnati Bengals to a 17-10 victory Sunday over Pittsburgh Steelers. Anderson, 25. and in his fourth pro season, completed 15 of his first 16 passes to set a consecutive completion record of 16 over two games and 20 of 22 NFL ef- ficiency record. Anderson also tackled Mike Wagner after the Steeler safe- ty had scooped up a loose ball in the fourth quarter and was racing toward the game-tying touchdown. The Bengals now trail leagueleading Pittsburgh by one-half game in the AFC Central. Elsewhere it was Dallas 20 San Francisco 14. Washington 27 Philadelphia 20. Denver 17 Baltimore 6, Green Bay 20 Chicago 3. Oakland 35 Detroit 13. Los Angeles 21 Atlanta 0. Miami 21 New Orleans 0, Houston 21 Buffalo 9. Cleveland 21 New England 14. New York .Jets 26 New York Giants 20 in overtime, and San Diego 14 Kansas City 7. By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer A sparkling performance by Hanna Ambassador goaltender Peter Freistad and a number of defensive lapses combined to send the Lethbridge Native Sons down to their first defeat of the Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League season Sunday afternoon. The Ambassadors got three easy goals off Native Son let- downs as they battled back from a 2-0 first period deficit to edge the Sons 5-4 at Henderson Ice Centre. With the loss, the locals had to settle for a weekend split after whipping the Vulcan Jets 7-3 Saturday night. "Our defencemen got caught up ice a couple of said Native Sons' assistant coach Gerry LeGrandeur. "But penalties hurt us a lot too, and their goalie played very well." Freistad made 34 saves between the Hanna pipes, and was selected first star of the game for his performance. He was particularly outstanding in the second and third periods, after Lethbridge had taken a 2-0 lead early in the first frame. Mark Scheibner opened the scoring for the Native Sons at the mark, and defenceman Ken Klinkhammer's low slap shot from the point made it 2-0 just minutes later. Hanna came back in the se- cond period with goals by Ray Munro, Keith Radchffe and Norm Duff before Klinkhammer's second goal tied it at 3-3 after a beautiful solo rush down the left wing. Duff's goal came after a Native Son clearing attempt landed right on the stick of Hanna's Bruce Schmidt in the slot. Lethbridge netminder Gary Clark made a spec- tacular save on Schmidt, but Duff was right there to bang in the rebound. Both Ambassador goals in the third period, by Randy McCullough and Ken Boulter, came off two-on-one breaks which resulted when a Lethbridge defenceman gambled on holding the puck inside the Hanna blueline. Joe Meli got a picture goal when he split the defence to score with remaining in the final period. That made it 5-4, and the Native Sons pulled out all the stops in the late going, but Freistad was equal to every task. Lethbridge was tagged 11 minors, one major and two misconduct penalties, while the Ambassadors picked up only nine minors. On Saturday. Mark Stod- dard's goal gave Vulcan a 2-0 lead at the mark of the se- cond period, but Reg Osmond got the Sons on the board just seven seconds later and the locals were away Goals by Rod Pocza, Albert Dumont and Dennis Halt gave Lethbridge a 4-2 lead by period's end. Kris Gorbous brought the Jets to within one midway through the final frame, but markers by Mark Scheibner and Ken Klinkhammer put the game out of reach and Pocza's se- cond goal put the icing on the Short sport PLAYER BY ONE MADRID (AP) Gary Player of South Africa beat Peter Townsend of Britain by one stroke on the second hole of a sudden death playoff Sunday and won the top prize in an international golf tournament at the Lomas Bosque Club course. Player and Townsend both shot final round 7Zs for 36 hole totals of 142, then went into their playoff. RAINED OUT HONG KONG OU? NEVER TRIED ;