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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Prtday, November 11, 1971 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 13 Bruins triumph in Kings shake recent losing streak By IAN MacLAINE Canadian I'ress Staff Wrilcr A change of venue and goal- tenders appeared all thai was needed for Los Angeles Kings to mend their slovenly ways. Gary Kdwards replaced shell-shocked negation Vachon in the Kings' goal Thursday night and backslopped them to a 4-2 win over Buffalo Sabres, presenting new coach Fred Glover with his first win after five National losses. Hockey League ANDY CAPP In other games, Boston Bruins downed California Golden Seals 5-2 despite a penalty-fill first pe- riod, and Simon Nolet's ninth goal of the his 1970-71 Phila- delphia Flyers with a 4-3 mar- gin over Vancouver Canucks. The schedule resumes Satur- day with Montreal Canadiens visiting Minnesota North Stars, Vancouver at Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo in New York against the Rangers, the Flyers entertaining Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Pen- Pronghorns host Thnnderbirds G-RR.' SERVICE U n i v e r sity of Lethbridge Pronghorns will host the Uni- I WAS VvONDERIN1 'OW versify of British Columbia YER COULO SIT THERE AN' WATCH ME WORK ME F1NSER Thunderbirds in the Western Summaries PHILADELPHIA 4 VANCOUVER J First Period 1. Philadelphia, Ash- tye 1 (Nolet, Lesuk) Penalties Hughes, Ouinn Foley minor, misconduct Popcll Doak, Kfitly Ph3 WHkins Tallon It: IS, SdieUa minor, misconduct Bernier Second Period Vancouver, Hall 5 Kurtenbach) 3. Vancouver, Tallon 3 (Paiement, Boudrlas) i. Philadelphia, Johnson 5 (Gcndron, Dornhoefer) Penalties Tal- lon Foley Quinn Doak Tallon Lesuk, Wilson Third Perlcd 5. Vancouver, Boudrias 6 (Popeil) 6. Philadel- phia, Hughes 1 (Nolet, Clarke) 7. Philadelphia, Nolel 9 Penal- ties Doak, Gendron Watson Gendron Shots on goal by Vancouver.......... S i Philadelphia........14 1! BOSTON 5 CALIFORNIA I First Period 1. California, Gil- (McKechnie) Penal. Stewart minor, majoi. O'Donoucinue AlcKeniio D. Smith Second Boston, Esposito 10 (Hodge) 3. Boston, Bailey 2 (Leach) 4. California, Me- Kechnle 3 (Ferguson, M. Johnston) S. Boston, Fsposlto 11 (Hodge, R. Smith) Smith Marshall Vadnals Third Boston, Walton 3 f Esposito, Hodge) 7. Boslon, Bailey 3 (Leach, Sanderson) Shots on goat byi California '7 Boston........... 10 H a-32 BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE Our Used Skates Are SHARPENED SH1NED NEW IACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. .50 EQUIPMENT BY COOPER AND C.C.M. WE Will TAKE YOUR OLD HOCKSY EQUIPMENT ON TRADE NEW FULL SIZE FOLDING PRACTICE GOAL Comes ossembled with net This Week's 4 O QQ Special I O.O9 mi MAC'S CYCIE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thuri. S, Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Soulh Alberta for over 30 years." LOS ANGFLES BUFFALO J First Period t Buffalo, O'Shea I (Perreaull, Martin) Penalty- Curtis Second a! 2 (Backstrom, F Harr MarottG Third Buffalo. O'Shea 3 (Perreautt, Martini 5. Los An. geles, Potvin 1 Lcs Angeles, Flett 2 (Howell) vin Backstrom Overtime win for Rustlers RED DEER fCP) A goal by Greg Scott after 50 seconds of sudden-death overtime gave Red Deer Rustlers a 4-3 victory over Edmonton Movers in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Thursday before 900 fans. Terry Wittchcn, Tom Lind- Canada Inter-Collegiale Bas- ketball League opener tonight. This season the WCLBL Was split into two divisions with no inter-locking games, instead, each team will play opponents in their own division four times rather than the previous two. Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmon- ton, UBC and Victoria will toil in the western division while Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon, Winnipeg, University of Mani- toba and the Lake Head Uni- versity will play in the Eastern division. Coach Gary Bowie o[ the Pronghorns will dress only nine players tonight due to a leg injury to Eric Peterson. "Peterson will definitely not I play tonight or tomorrow, but LOS Angeles, joy-1 I'm hoping he'll be ready for j next said Bowie. iiiton Curtis "Clark Sloan is also hamper- ed with a slight leg injury too, but he'll start to test it added Bowie. Otherwise Bowie's squad 7 t seem perfectly healthy and in 13 10 i g00rj condition for their week- end games. In their four meetings with the Thunderbirds this season, some players feel they'll heat the former league champions at least once. "We're just a bunch of guys wanting to play basketball, with no super star player among us. What we nave is unity and it could get us a vic- tory over Doug Kempt. commented ;kog and Dale Lewis scored Red j T? e fl p f fj )eer's other goals while Brian j J-tttlllS <_l CO. junior title Deer's other goals while Brian j Clouston, Lyle Ayrcs and Laur- ent Geunetfe were the Mover's scorers. Red Deer took 12 of the games 23 minor penalties and outshot the Movers 36-32. Keith Rams, defending Canadian jun- Delaney was in goal for Red Deer and Jim Bowman went the distance for the Movers. The Rustlers led 1-0 after the first period and the teams were tied 1-1 going into the third period. Edmonton scored two goals within 47 seconds to take a 3-1 lead early in the third period, but. Red Deer charged back with two within 21 seconds to force the overtime. R E GI N A (CP) Regina ior Football champions, are making their third trip to the national final Saturday when they meet Burlington Braves in Hamilton. The game, lo be seen nation- ally on the CTV television net- work, will be the second be- tween the Braves and Rams. Rams defeated Burlington 39-8 in Regina last year in the east- west championship. But Rams' coach Gord Currie isn't taking the game lightly. "Last year's score of in my opinion was not indicative of the he said. Kempt at 6'5" will be the pivot man for the Pronghorns year and will lead his charges into action at 8 p.m. tonight at the Civic Sports Cen- tre. They'll take on the Thunder- birds again Saturday with the same starting time. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL HENRY HOMES Norman Gyulai 2B3; Gordon Mor guins and St. Louis Blues at home lo California. S'unday, Montreal is in Buf- falo, Toronto ;it Philadelphia, Vancouver at New York, Los Angeles at Boston and Califor- nia visits Chicago Black Hawks. The Los Angeles win at. Buf- falo ended a seven-game losing streak and prevented Buffalo from climbing into fourth in the East Division, ahead of Toronto, The Sabres remained tied wiUi Vancouver, each with 12 points, one behind Toronto. Edwards, a rookie, had played most of the season for the hapless Kings, whose vic- tory moved them into a tie with St. Louis for sixth place in the West. But when Vachon was ac- quired from Montreal two games ago, it was assumed the 23-y e a r -o 1 d Toronto native would serve in a back-up role. Glover, who took over as coach five games ago from general manager Larry Regan, bly had a change of heart after Vachon and the Kings were drubbed 7-1 in New York Wednesday night. Using Edwards against his old was drafted by the Kings from Buffalo in last J u n e 's NHL was a stroke of genius on Glov- er's part since it lifted the team to its third win of the season. Rookie Jean Potvin's first goal of the season was the win- ner but it was Bill Flelt's score into an empty net with 10 sec- onds left in the game that in- sured victory over Punch Im- lach's Sabres. 300; Linda Jensen 253 Sieve Gan- gur 265; Joe Myndto !56; Jim McPike 249; Gail Spence 2J2; Betty Palerscn 281; Jean Passey 256; Carol Trachuk 262; Kay Davlson 256; Marg Mlcha- j VS1S, said the turning poult in lepko 256 IDISTIXCTIVJiR Munroe traded to Kickerbocker s MISSED OPEN NET Imlacli, in his post-game anal- said the game was early in the sec- BOISE CASCADE i ond period when Buffalo's top lBCrown "ii, wi'S j rookie candidate, Richard Mar- Jim Ainsiey i tin, mussed an open net on a Ain" i breakaway that would have given the Sabres a 2-0 lead. On the ensuing Los Angeles rush. Ed Joyal beat Buffalo goalie Roger Crozicr with the 267; Mas Goshim'on 285 j equalizer at of the second period, and three minutes later defenceman G i 11 e s Marotte's backhander sent the Kings abend. Another rookie goalie, Gilles Meloche. came under fire in Boston where the aroused Bruins were coming off two suc- cessive Montreal and Chicago. Meloche, who blanked the Bruins 2-0 at Boston Garden in his first start for California two weeks ago, wasn't so fortunate this time around, The Bruins, assessed 13 min- utes in penalties to two for the Golden S'eals in the first period, drilled 27 shots at Meloche, 14 in the second period. ESPO GETS TWO Boston centre Phil Esposito, who scored a record 76 goals last year, scored twice in the middle period, his second break- ing a 2-2 deadlock. The Bruins spent most of the opening period killing off penal- ties, including a five-minute fighting major to rookie de- fenceman Bob Stewart from Chariottetown for his one-sided scrap with California's Don 0'Donoghii9. Nolet's unassisted score a t Philadelphia came at the ex- pense of Vancouver defenceman Dale Tallon. The three-year Flyer veteran skated up the right side, faked Tallon, then sent a blistering shot along the ice. Canucks goalie Dune Wilson made the stop, but the puck tricklrd into the net off his skates and enabled the Flyer? in pull into a fourth-place tie in the West, wifh California. sley 220 Francois Laroche 218. JCCA Roy Senda 264; Jim Hi Bettcer 2E2; Dob Omota Francis Higa 274; Tom snigehiro 259; Kayc Ayukawa 261 Fudge Tor iyama 267; Mas Mary Thomas 246; 245; Nancy Katararr MORNING COFFEE Marl Neely 296; Kay Davlson 236 Linda Aspeslel 267; Karen Halm 244; Minie Kaskiw 256; Dor- othy Coolidge 251; Vera Nicholls 245 Jane Smyke 252; Pat Tunstali 325 Dorothy Harrison 264; Ruth Cunningham 300 Carol Hall 229. MARTIN1ZING Pat Henderson 261; Lynne Lengyel 259 (71-0; Bea Salmon 2F8 tsa- bel Orslen 271 Lorraine Kirch- ner May Hic-bert 273 Dena Smith 259 Mary Thom- son 263; Jean Passey 260 Mari- lyn Christiansen 267; Marge Malcom- son 2B5 GREEN'S David Smeed 301 Ken Mal- comson 310 Joe Oimnik 275; Bill Cook 323 Tak Katakaml 293 Lew Mills 314 Bea Salmon 27B Dena Smllh 304 Linda Malcomson 263 Betty Taylor 266; Elaine Vieroutl 2B3 Erma McGuire 303 FRIENDLY LEAGUE John Syme 255; Bill Kelly 236; Mau- rle Simpson 227; Linda Kisr 236; Pete Sneddon 235; Earl Lodgo 220; Ken Schlaht 219; Liz Hipo 243; Geo Saito 219. EAGLES LODGE j Kathy Ludwig 247; Mary Moss 232; Helen Scroggie 214; Helen Weets 250 Soohia Hud 208; Joe C-illett 248: Cyril Bernett 269; Connie Oilier Rick Larson 231; Andy Kr ski 257. lstt 257 jew- LINEBACKER DIES BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) John Black, 1C, a linebacker on the suburban Hamburg high school football team, died Thursday in hospital, nine days after collapsing on a practice field. He never regained con- NEW YORK (API Earl Monroe's magical name u-as barked over the loud speaker system, signalling an avalanche of ear-splitting cheers at Madi- son Square Garden. About a half-hour later, the flashy guard scored his first points in a New York Knieks' uniform. It sure tvas str.nnpe pl.'iyinp vith I ho Knieks after pbyinp against them all these said Monroe, who was acquired from Baltimore Bullets shortly before Thursday night's Na- tional Basketball Assoeialion panic vith Golden State War- riors. Playing in an unaccustomed rcM'rve role, the newest of the Knieks scored only nine points in a losing effort to the Warriors. Monroe, who had been eoiitnitt troubles with the Haiti- more management, played ti game Oct. 10 before being suspended by the Kullct.s. The inactivity and a sore left ank'.o the Pearl well under his lifetime scoring average of points a game. AUIOST WENT TO ARA Monroe, who confessed that he almost, .signed with Indiana of the American Basketball As- sociation, appreciated his by l New York fans, most of whom slnod and ap- plauded for almost three min- utes when his name was an- nounced. In (he other NBA game Thursday. Seattle SuperSonics beat Cleveland Cavaliers 110-91. Tn the American Basketball Association, rtah Stars topped Denver Rockets 112-106 and C .'i r o 1 i n a Coimars defeated riltshiirgh Condors I27-IM. .Toff Miillins fueled a Golden State attack by pouring in 31 points to lead nil scorers as the Warriors siu'ged ahead before the half and extinguished n short-lived New York rally in the third period to seal the triumph. Muilins scored the go-alio.'td hiickel that helped Hie Warriors. to a iM-37 halflime lead but theifor about three weeks Knieks. sparked by Dick liar- Meanwhile veteran slugger noil's hot hand, narrowed ii to Harmon Killihrew of Minncsita M-Ill in the thiixl. I Twins has been named winner Nat Thurmond hooped 17 points in the foiirlh as the Warriors pulled away. Walt Frazior led the Knieks with Slargcll in Iiospital PITTSBURGH CAP) Slug- ger Willie Slargcll of Pitts- burgh Pirates wns scheduled to undergo surgery for removal of a cartilage from his left knee tortav. "Maybe can get a rest said the Pirate leftlield- er before entering Presbyterian University Hospital Thursday. Gene Alley, the Pirate short- stop, underwent a similar oper- ation last week and will be re- leased from hospital Sunday or Monday, officials said. Doctors say both Stargcl] and Alley will have to use crutches points. Seattle posted its fifth straight victory over Cleveland in a hvo-ycar span. The Sonics led at balflimo 53-50 and pulled away afler threo periods 711-70. Spencer Sealtle wilh puint.s but Bobby Smith of Hie Cava- liers all scorers 21. of the Lou Gchrig Memor- ial Award. The award is given by Plii Delta Tbela, national collegiate fralernily in memory of the Rival Yankee first baseman.! nf Fnsiifr Gchrig was n member of the fraternity nt Columbia University. Killibrew is Ihe 17lh winner of Ihe award, following Hank Aaron of Ihe Allanla Braves, who was the 1970 winner. KEEPING HIM FROM THE PUCK It's a race for the puck as Vancouver Canucks' Jim Taylor Is held back by Al Brown of the Philadelphia Flyers in Thursday's game in Phil- adelphia. Flyers won 4-3, inor hockey roundup Jim Orich scored three times, counter that saw only three pen- and Kelly Keanen came up allies Thursday, with his third successive shul-j Don Coutts scored twice for out as the Ti-Cats blanked the I Bears with singletons go- Royals 4-0 in Midget action. I ing to Darcy Foder and Darren Bam' Ontkean added a single. Greg Kveder and Mike Boy- chuk tallied twice each as the A.C..T. Bantam Reps blasted the Stampeders 11-0. Singletons went to Mark Baldly, Bandy Walmough, Bob MJ'les, Dave Jackson, Cam McLennan, Brant Marchuk and Ron Moser. Don Mills and Pat Driscoll accounted for the goals as the Stampeders stopped the Eski- mos 2-0. In another Midget game the Eskimos and Royals played to i Iloilihan. Native Sons settle for 6-6 deadlock Lethbridge Native Sons Ju- i nior B club came within a o[ thelr exhl- Charles Park. Andreas Kes- ler, Mel Chcrlenko and Darren Ramage replied for the Tigers. The two clubs were deadlock- ed throughout as played to 2-2 and 3-3 period scores. Three gnals in ihe Ihird per- iod gave the Jets a narrow 4-3 win over the lied Wings in Ban- tam A action Brian Van Euuren. Paul Byrne and Morgan Munroc scored for the Jct.s in the third period after Doug S.'ephens had notched a singleton in the sec- ond period. Tracy Cooler fired home two goals for the Wings. Alan Bor- as added a solo marker. a 4-4 deadlock. bition hockey season on a Trevor Kinsey, with two goals ning note Thursday. and Guy Pomohac and David j The Sons, of the Lethbridge Sirovyak scored for the Esks. Athletic Association, led 6-. Brian Anderson scored twice with less than three minutes for the Rovals. Doug Sturm i and Alan Yaraada chipped in remaning but had to settle for with one each. In Bantam A the Maple Leafs a 6-6 tie as Calgary Melton Realtors came back. did all their scoring in the first Marty Maxwell paced the lo- period to edge the Black Hawks Murray Oster scored twice for the Leafs. Wade Popson and Don Rubenhuber added singles. Ed Parker and Dale Ptycia scored twice each as the Horn- ets stung the Blades 7-0. Kenny Hall, Albert Rach, and Bar- clay Potts added one goal each. Two-gaol efforts by Carey Kamitomo and Livio Pavan paced the Monarchs to a one- sided B-l win over the Nuggets. Single markers went to Sydney Brack, Dave Miskulin, Doug Roberts and Brent Anderson. Wesley Finley scored for the Nuggets. Theo DeGroot fired home two goals as the Rangers trimmed the Blades 4-1. Michael Cliris- lensen and Lloyd Krikke com- pleted the scoring for the Rang- ers. Brent Hamilton averted a shutout. In Pee Wee action the Bears and Tigers battled to a 4-4 dead- lock in a cleanly played en- cals with three goals while sin gletons carr.c off the slicks o Howie Ashmore, Fred Hoffarth and Randy Joevenazzo. Sons got the nod on only twc of eight minors but were guilt} of four major infractions ai well as a 10-minute misconduci to Larry Marchuk. Sons see action next Tuesdaj when they travel to Fort Mac Iced to meet the Broncs of the Foothills Hockey League. The game is set for Meanwhile tile LAA Moore's Imperial bantams were in For Maeleod Tuesday and edgec the host club 4-'s as Rod 01- shaski, Bryan Murray, Craig Murray and Reno Trintin: scored for the Imperials. Thursday afternoon the Im- perials were downed 6-2 in a game at Taber. Craig Murray notched boi local goals. Kerry Orban and Randy Sparks had two each for the Taber squad. Solo efforts were turned in by Cam Fabri and Jim Graham. SAFETY GLASS STORE FRONTS RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENTS LETHBRIDGE Corner Slh Avenue, 4th Street S. rhone 327-1581 Duniop Ford has to 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 Sedan, V-S, outo., P.S., P.B., original miles, body in rough condition, 'will be sold "as is" for only S995 1969 Ford Ranch Wagon. V-8, auto., Was 52595. Now S21I1 1970 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door H.T. V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, Candy Appfo Red exterior with black vinyl up- holsJery, low mileage and on extra clean unit S3295. Now S29SO 1970 Mercury Cyclone 2 Door Hardtop. 428 Cobra Jet V-8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, con- sole (hifl, buckets, sporty red exterior. Woi 53595. Now S3246 1965 Pon t ia c laurentian Sedan V-8, automatic power