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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S TH5 LETHBRIDGE H6RAID Tliursdoy, November 15, 1970 Four gold medals each For two competitors a goae yre aes a ea- Coliseum. Seal's Bill Hicke (9) jousts with Montreal's Guy Lapoinle in goal first dive 10 glove puck as California Seal's Ted Hampson (10) tries to get moufh. Seals blanked Montreal 2-0. A DIVING SAVE Montreal goalie Phil Myre (30) takes a head- r ve gove puc as ia Seal's Ted Hampson (10) tries to get his slick on il for a fry on goal during first period of game at the Oakland Selke had faith in his dub ornia Seals have come to Pi' I.AN MacLAIXE Canadian Press Staff Writer Frank Selke Jr., general man- ager of California Golden Seals, foresaw a goklen future Ear his team one night early this season after the Seals had Hanked Buf- falo Sabres 6-0. The club was Oakland Seals at. the time and the event took place during the National Hockey League's prs-season ex- hibition schedule. But the immediate Mure was dismal for the financially- plagued West-Coast dab and a rather bleak picture was painted amid rumors of a possi- ble move to more lucrative centres. A change in name didn't help. Evsn brilliant new home uni- forms had little effect on the Seals plunge to (he NIIL's West Division cellar with only two ties to show in their first nine games. Suddenly, the tides have changed and the new-look Seals are currently (lie hottest NHL property, winning their last Joe Namatli is yours NEW YORK (AP) Now, girls, your wish can come can take Joe Na- math home and cuddle him. You can stroke his long coal-black hair. You can run a finger down his Roman nose. You can even button up his leather jacket and take off his leather hoois. How? Just pick him up at a de- partment store or order him through a mail order cata- logue. He costs only in a white No. 12 New York Jets uniform complete with hel- met, underwear, jersey, pants, shoes, socks, a pennant and a football. He comes complete, with Mly jointed arms, and legs, a turn-a bout body and 12 changes of clothing available at S3 a set. "f think he's said brunette actress JIarcia Forbes after being exposed to a battery of miniature Joes in all their assorted finery. "The kids, the teen-agers, are clamoring for the dolls as much as the older said a buyer for a Manhatten store. "Even the grandmoth- ers are asking for them." I four club record. Their latest victims, Montreal Canadiens, fell 2-0 as goaltender Gary Smith registered Califor- nia's first shutout of the season. While their resurgence has yet to get them out of last place, the Seals are within two points of sixth-place Pittsburgh Penguins and within four of Los Angeles Kings and Minnesota North Stars, tied in fourth. The North Stars tripped Los Angeles 3-1. Pittsburgh battled New York Hangars to a 3-3 tie, Chicago Black Hawks drubbed Philadelphia Flyers 7-1 and Vancouver Canucks dropped To- ronto Maple Leafs 4-2 in other scheduled games. The only game tonight has Detroit Hed Wings visiting St, Louis Blues. At Oakland, the Canadiens, Edmonton Leafs doivn Movers 5-3 Sugar Kings still on top RED DEER (CP) Ponoka Stampeders stopped a chance for the Red Deer Rustlers to advance into first place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League as they edged the Hustlers 3-2 last evening. Lethbridge Sugar Kings, the current leaders of the six team league, will see action twice this weekend. Saturday evening and again Sunday afternoon the Kings play host to the Maple Leafs. Saturday's game gees at. with Sunday's set to start at two. Both games are at the Arena. Meanwhile in Edmonton the Maple Leafs dumped the Mov- ers 5-3 in another league en- ounter pushing themselves into the league standings. Evan MePhedran, released by the Rustlers earlier this sea- son and grabbed by the Stam- peders scored the winning goal with a minute remaining in the game, his second of the night. Ed Lychak was the other Stampeder marksman. For the Rustlers Leo McDcu- gall and Brian Ogiivie replied with a goal apiece. Graham Parsons performed an outstanding goaltending job and handled 35 Hustlers shots while the Stamps managed only 19 shots on the Red Deer net. Red Deer toolt 11 of the IS penalties called in the game, CORTINA gives 30 plus miles per gallon Betfer Stability Front Disc Brakes Easy Handling Lower Maintenance Costs Durability Plus many more features Down F.O.B. LETHBRIOGE or For Month O.A-C. I a j J AVCNUEi STSEtr, ISiH A 3irf AYEHUI, UTHBftlDfiE, ALBERTA including two of five majors. Jim JlcCrimmon of Ponoka had two majors, one for fighting in the last minute of play and one for charging, to earn an automatic game misconduct and a one game suspension. In thy Leaf-Movers encount- er five Leaf players contribut- ed a goal apiece in gaining the verdict. Phil Blake, Fred Comrie, Rick Nornden, Gary Kotolsld and Wayns Paulson featured ia the Leafs scoring. Doug Clark paced the Mov- ers attack with two goals while Bob Cutler added one. The Maple Leafs led 2-1 after the first period and 4-2 going into the third. Both clubs received seven penalties each all being minors. summaries CALIFORNIA 2 MONTREAL 0 Firsl period I. California, JarreH i (a. Hicke, Mutoln) 7. California E. Hicks (Ehmart, Hardy) Penalties Hextatl, mafor Savarrf, major, 9-.C2; Mahovlicn, mi- nor, misconduct Howell, Tardif Second Perlorf No scoring, penal- ties Matiussi, Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties iargse, Roberts Shots on gcai by Montreal s 8 California......U 6 JI-34 Attendance NEW YORK 3 PITTSBURGH 3 First Period 1. New York Had- Held 7 {Hodon, RatelleJ Penal- lies Hexfall Polis Second period 3. Pittsburgh, Har- baruX 4: (schock, Polis) 3. New York, Ralon 4 SParK) 4. Nsw York, Irvine 3 (Slemkowski) pensnv Park Third Period 5. Pittsburgh, Prono- vost 5 (McCallum) 6. Pittsburgh SoVEf 4 (McCreary, Rupp) Pen- aities None. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 4 13 Hew York 11 Attendance 17.150. CHICAGO 1 PHILADELPHIA I First Pericd 1. Chicasa, D. Hylt 4 (Mikita, White) 2. Philadel- phia, Clarke 5 (Keiiy, Ashbee) 3. Chicago, Magnuson 1 tCampbell, R. Hulls 4, Chicago, Maki 4 (R. Hull, Msgnuson) 5. Chicago, White 1 IKoroll, Miklfa) Penal- ties Heiskaia, Masmjson inaicrs minors Pinder maier. Parent major served by laeroix Second b.period 6. Chicago, D. Hull 5 (Mikiia, Korotl) 7. Chicago, R. Hull i (Makl, Angotti) 8. Chicago, R. Hull 7 EMikita, Campbell) Penalty lesuk Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties Angotli Hale Jar- relt Shots on goal by Chicago 1! 10 Philadelphia Ifl 12 Attendance VANCOUVER 4 TORONTO J First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Kurlenbach, MsKenny Oosk Wilkins Second Period 1. Vancouver. Cul- Ian 3 (Tallon, Johnson) 2. Toron- to, Henderson 3 (McKermy} Pen- alties Walton Ley Third Period 3. Vancouver, Paie- ment 3 (Boudrias) 4. Vancouver Wilkins 3 EMalci, Kurtenbach) s. Vancouver, Cullen 4 (Johnson, Corri- gan) 6. Toronto. MacMillan 3 (Glennie) Penalties None Shots on goal by Vancouver....... 91S Toronto 3J 7 Attendance MINNESOTA 3 LOS ANGELES 1 First Period 1, Minnesota, Drouin 4 EHarvey, Grant! 2. Minnesota P a r 1 s e 4 (Williams, Goldsworthy) 3.3S. Penalties Lonsoerry 2.14 Par- Ise Byers miners 3.38, Nanrte 4.37; O'Brien malor, Lonsberry minor Harris Second Period 3. Los Angeles, La- Bossier 7 (Lonsberry, Marotte) Penalties Goidsworlhy, Marottc LaBossisr, Williams Third period Minnesota, Parise 5 (Williams, Goldsworthy) Penal- ties Drouin Price Goid- sworlhy Bruns, Mickey majors Shots on goal by: Minnesota 13 Los Atlgetel 10 S AHentlanCH outshot 16 to 5 in the first pe riod, applied pressure of their own late in the game in an ef fort to salvage some respect. But goals by Gary Jarrett, his fourth of the year, and rookie Ernie Hicke stood up as Smith shut the door despite a con certed Montreal effort. The loss dropped Montrea into third place in the East Di vision behind New York. FIRST POWER-PLAY COAL, Minnesota capitalized on a power-play for the first time this year and the occasion seemed to spur them to victor; on the strength o! first-perioy the cml ot the day the world ivitalionn! gymnastics lourna- icnl liad become tta personal old mine p( two allilelcs, Ljudmila Turisheva, Kus- ia's female world champion, ind Japan's Teruiclii Okamura ach pocketed four gold medals, ncluding those for the individ- ual over-all championships. Miss Turischsva, 18, had goki-tncdal performances on the ineven bars, vault horse and in he over-all iiKlividual convpeti- ion, and helped her Russian D a m -m a t e s capture the vomen's team award, A crowd ot nearly couU scarely believe it when her un- even bars score of Tuesday was of a possible .0. But Miss Turisheva made relievers out of everyone when she repeated the 9.90 perform- ance Wednesday. Team-mates Zinaida Voremna and Larisa Petrik finished sec- ond and third respectively in the uneven bars then switched )lacings in the vaulting. No Canadians made it ts the finals with the only U.S. women, Adete Cleaves and Kim Chase ii the vaulting and Joan Moore n the uneven bars, all finishing 'ourth. Okamura, a 22-year-old col- ege student, won the floor exer- cise ahead of silver medallist :icorgy Bogdanov of the Soviet Union and Yuiehi Ueda of Japan and John Crosby of the U.S. who tied for the bronze medal. Okamura shared the rings gold medal with Mikhail Vo- rcnin of Russia, a former world champion. Milos Vratic ot Yugoslavia, the youngster selected by Ms country to succeed eight-time world pommel horse champion Miroslav Cerar, won the evenl with a brilliant final round tha' enabled him to edge Voronin. Earlier in the day, Okamura warmed up for the finals by recording the best scores in the three afternoon preliminaries on the parallel bars, horizontal bar and vault. His points earned him the over-all individual male golf medal, dropping first-day leatlei Voronin to second.' In Uie team competition, th Japanese edged the Sovie Union and Yugoslavia. The Russian women were never tlsreateneit as a learn. The surprise was the second- place finish of the U.S. girls who nipped the Japanese. Can- id a placed fourth, Canada's best individual .towing was by Jennifer Di- ichun of Toronto who finished iflh over-all, tied for sixth on he balance beam, seventh on both, the vault and uneven bars and eighth in the floor exercise. Andre Simard of Montreal was the best Canadian male, taking ninth spot over-all. The three-day co'mnetition ends tonight. BOWI- BOUND Calif. ilontana and North Da k o t a itate were chosen Wednesday 0 meet in the Can.ellla Bowl Dee. 12 to settle the Western College Football championship. LA.IEUNESSE RECALLED DETROIT (AP) Detroit Red Wings of tha National 1 o c k e y League recalled de- enceman Serge Lajeunesse Torn their Fort Worth, Tex., 'arm club of the Central Hockey League Tuesday. MORTON NAMED ST. LOUIS (AP) The Sport- ing News has named Carl Mor- ton of Montreal Expos as Na- tional League Hookie Pitcher of the Year, In its Nov. 14 issue, the weekly publication said a poll of players resulted in the selection of Bernie Carbo, Cincinnati Reds outfielder, as National League Rookie of the Year. -A- LEGAL ACTION? CALGAEY (CP) A Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associa- tion ruling that restricts player to an Ontario club could force legal action, the president ot the Western Canada Hockey League said Tuesday night. Eon Butlin was commenting on the CAHA's ruling in Ottawa Tuesday that Lawrence Sacha- rulc must play with Niagara Falls Flyers ot the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A circuit instead of Saskatoon Blades of the WC11L. -k PROTEST SHOE DALAS, Tex. (AP) The chairman of the competition committee of the National Foot- ball League said Wednesday he will again protest the use of the special shoe which New Orle- ans Tom Dempsey used to kick a record 63-yard field goal in defeating Detroit Sunday. Louis picks Bob Foster DENVER, Colo. (AP) Louis, former world heavy- weight champion, predicted Wednesday that Bob world light heavyweight title- holder, will defeat heavyweight champion Joe Frazter in their fight at Detroit Nov. 18. Louis made the forecast In a round-robin telephone call with the two fighters and with heavy- weights Boone Kirkmsa and George Foreman. The Kirkman-Foremaa fight will be in Madison Square Gar- den at New York next Wednes- day at a time prior to the Fos- ter-Frazicr engagement. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION W Boston..... 9 New York R Montreal a Vancouver fi i Detroit..... 4 a Toronto........ 3 U Buffalo..... 21" WEST DIVISION Chicago..... Ptllla..........1 Los Angeles 7 Pittsburgh 3 California 4 ALBERTA JUNIOR NFL teams. Must submit documents By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS The National Football League acknowledged Wednesday that It has been asked by federal authorities to surrender certain documents but was unable to throw any further light on the. 1W wave of subpoenas that have earn. Movers ?o been served around the circuit. A majority of the 26 teams reported having been served federal grand jury summonses to appear In Cleveland at var- ious times, beginning Nov. 17. Others said they knew nothing about the action. The justice department in, Washington declined to give any details. "It is reasonable to assume that all 26 or the clubs will be} BeSveau; Mtt served with papers, although some may not have them an NFL spokesman said. We honestly .are in the dark. We have been asked to submit certain documents but that is all we know about he 1 4S 2 47 1 JO 3! 33 27 IB 36 17 S 3 4 SO 31 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION Sprlngllelti Montreal Quebec WEST DIVISION Bailimere Cleveland Hershey Rochester LEADERS Ho, Bos McXenzie, Bos R. Chi Hodge, Bos -W L T 7 1 7 7 S 9 7 e 938. 33 U 3 38 "U j 2? 14 5 AQ 12 3 39 IS A PIS 5 2! I A3 30 I 46 IE 5 65 9 3 e 52 1! 43 10 5 6 I 34 42 1J 17 19 17 E U G HOCKSY SCORES National CaiUornla 7 Montreal 3 Vancouver A Toronto 2 PiHsbwgh 3 New York 3 Chicago 7 PWtedelpVija I Minnesota 3 Las Angeles 1 American Hershsy Montreal 3 Cleveland 7 Springfield i Western vcr 7 Portland 1 San Diaga 4 Salt Lake I Cenlrsi Dallas 7 Omaha 3 Pert Worm 5 Tuisa 0 Eastern Leng Island 3 Greensboro 1 International Des Moines A Fort Wayne 3 Saskatchewan Senior Moose Javv 5 Yorkton 4 Western Canada Brantfcn 5 Winnipeg 4 Calgary 2 Estevan 1 SasKal eliEwan Junior Hymboldt 13 MdVllIe 2 Saskatoon 11 Notre Darne 3 Alherla Junior Ponoka 3 Ued Deer 2 Ednioslon M3ple Leafs Hd Movers 3 British Colombia Junior Penticton 3 Ksmtoops 1 SOCCER SCORES ENGLISH LEAGUE DIVISION 111 Aston Villa 1 Bury 0 Plymouth 4 Shrewsbury 4 Reading 2 Torquay 1 DIVISION IV Notts C o Lincoln 0 Crewe 6 Chester 3 f Exeter J Alderslicr I There was a report late Tues- day that the subpoenas arose from an anti-trust action being j brought against the league by a former defensive back of Cleve- j land Browns, Walter now a law student at Yale, But Beach denied it. Sid Abel says no to rumors Rookie Harkness on way out? DETROIT (AP) It took an [has been showing signs that illness sat calmly behind his off- awtul lot of soul searching bo- can win." ice desk and spoke of his new ng fore Ned Darkness decided to quit coaching college hockey after 27 years lo become coach of Detroit Hod Wings. Detroit, going inlo tonight's game in St. Louis, has a 'i-o-2 record lor fifth-place in the sev- en-learn N1IL East Division. Harkness has been under fire Bui. already, with the Natinal by a local sporl.wriler since Hockey League season just five i .Sunday's 3-3 tie wilh Pittsburgh. spc job with the Wings. LIKES HIS -JOT! "I like it. very he said. ''Mr, Bruce Norris be- lieve is the finest owner in Uie NHL. If I didn'l believe thai I wouldn't be here." old. the ear-old' Hill Rrennan, Jioclwy writer for Bremen's criticisms indicated "rookie" has been tabbed by j the Detroit News, had several j thai Norris tmtld easily fire one local newspaper as being on 1 stories of criticism, including Harkness .since- lie fired coach way jonc in which he said; "if Uie j Bill test season, without Despite Ihr surMcn crto'cism. Detroit Red Wings arc to j warning, inomcitls before a Sid Abel, the team's general manager, told one reporter Wednesday: "Ned is ihe coach vagc anything of ibis National Hockey League season Mien a coaching change must, be made." gome. Ilsrkness -said it was very dif- ficult for him lo leave Ithaca, really jelled yet, btil. il. jcisn) broke in the paper Hnrk-jsix yc.'H.v. He fore coached the Rensellaer Poly- technic Institute hockey team for 21 seasons and his over-all recorr' coaching college hockey is an amazing 339-113-9. What differences are Iherc coaching in the NHL after col- lege? "The biggest difference is the length of the said Harkness, who also coached la- crosse teams at HP! and Cor- nell. "The NHL schedule is three limes as long. You don't get extended practice hero because you're playing all the lime. In colicge we could work for three oi1 (our days on our problems." HOT DEAL ON PRICED FROM WIN! TIRES 14 .20 6.50x13 Blackwall ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALIS SERVICE ;