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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jolurday, November H, 1970 THE tETHBRIDOE HERALD _ Ferguson back., Baun returns to Leafs Seals winning streak pierced by Sabres Ply NICK FERRIS Canadian Press Slaff Writer Buffalo Sabres weren't ex- sctly giant killers Friday night but they did slop one of the most surprising winning streaks in the National Hockey League. Led by ranch-touted rookie Gil Perreauit, who celebrated his 20th birthday with a goal and an assist, the Sabres upended Cali- fornia Golden Seals 4-2 at Buf- falo and broke California's un- The Sabres snapped a seven- game losing streak with their third win of the season. Paul Andrea, an ex-Seal, scored the winning goal Li tlic third period, breaking a 2-2 tie. beaten streak at four games. I Andrea was obtained from Cali- fornia last week for the waiver price: Perreauit gave the Sabres 1-0 first-ppviod lead with his eighth goal of the year. The S'abres came back with two goals in the second period by SCORE ONE FOR SABRES Rookie Gil Perrault, trick upraised, sends puck past California eals' defenceman Ron Siackhouse (21) and goalie Gary Smith (1) for a first Australia, leads by 10 strokes period goal in National Hockey League game at Buffalo. The Sabres dropped the Seals 4-2. Canadians out of contention BUENOS AIDES (CP-AP) Canada was lar out of conten- tion In the World Cup golf matches going into today's third round, but the Australians picked up where they left off Gray shines for Broncos Larry Gray came up with a four-goal performance Friday evening as Fort Macleod Brones belted Claresholm Clip- pers 11-7 in Foothills Hockey League action at Claresholm. Jerry Avcry chipped m with a pair of markers for the win- ners while Lyle Rollheiser and Harrold Fleming notched two each for the Clippers. In tonight's action Pincher Creek Sulphur Kings battle Macleod in Macleod while Kai- nai is at home to Bellevue. Sunday Claresholm is at Crow United. the previous day to take a whopping 10-stroke lead at the halfway mark. Al Balding of Toronto was hi at two-imder par 70 on the Jockey Club course for a two-round total of 143 but expressed disappointment with his putting. He trails the leader, Argen- tina's Hoberto de Vicenzo, by 12 strokes. DeVicenzo fired a 67 Friday to go with his opening- round 64 for a 131 total, keeping the Argentinians In second place in the team standings. The defending champion United States entry dropped to fourth behind Denmark as Lee TTevino, the defending individ- ual title holder, ballooned to a 73 for a two-day total of 143. His team-mate, Dave Stockton, had a 68 Friday and total of 140. DENMARK THIRD Denmark, third with a 282 total, is one stroke ahead of the U.S. France and Japan are tied for fifth at 285. Balding, the 1968 Individual winner, said: "I missed too many putts." His team-mate, Bob Cox Jr. of Vancouver, had the same problem but his score ballooned to a 77 for a 151 total. "I just haven't putted since I got said Cox who was over par on seven holes, mostly as a result of Ills putting. "I had several three putts on the back nine and wouldn't like to count the number of the other said Cox who felt he had good shots otherwise. The Canadian aggregate of 294 was 27 shots behind the Bruce Devlin and David 287 aggregate was 21-under par. Short sport TRADES CLEATS OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) Bobby Taylor traded his football boots for a pair of skates Friday when he signed with Oakville Dales of tire Ontario Hockey Associa- tion Senior A series. OSCAII SUSPENDED BUENOS A1BES (AP) The Municipal Boxing Commission of Buenos Aires Friday sus- pended Argentine heavyweight Oscar Bonavena for 90 days. The move could lead to can- Ski-Doo value isn't just a small price lag. It's a lot of I1 features wrapped up in one big economy pack- ____ _ age. 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EKHT UNBEATEN GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Defending champion Jerry Wiebe of Dawspn Creek, B.C., was among eight undefeated rinks in the second annual Golden Spike bonspiel in Grande Prairie after two draws Friday. DINMES LOSE CALGARY (CP) Bob Red- dick scored two goals to lead University of Alberta Golden Bears to a 4 3 victory over University of Calgary Dino- saurs in a Western Canada In- tercollegiate Athletic Associa- tion hockey game before fans Friday night. Coaldale chib needs curlers The Coaldale Curling Club is looking for new members. At a recent meeting a motion was passed giving the southern county of Lethbridge regional recreation board the authority to assume operations of the curling rink for the coming season. All that is needed now are curlers. Anyone wishing to curl is asked to leave his or her name at the Coaldale. recreation of- fice or phone 345-3746. Doug Jarrell and Ga.ry Croteau before Sup Krake tied the game. KEENAX MAKES SURE Larry Keenan jammed in an insurance marker to the final period on a rebound shot by Tracy Pratt. Buffalo, with its three wins and one lie in 15 starts for seven points, moved out of the East Division cellar, one point ahead of Toronto Maple Leafs and three back of fifth-place De- troit Red Wings. The loss left California in last place in the West Division. The Seals have four wins, two ties and eight losses for 10 points, two less than Pittsburgh Pen- guins. Elsewhere in the NHL for- ward John Ferguson said Fri- day he wili return to Montreal Cahadiens in time to be in the lineup next Tuesday against California. Ferguson, 32, retired three days before the start of the schedule, saying at the time that his business interests were too strenuous for him to devote full time to hockey. SITUATION CHANGES The situation had changed since then, he said Friday, be- cause of the sale and merger of the company in which he still retains an interest. After meeting with Sam Pol- lock, Canadiens general mana- ger, Ferguson said he would play the remainder of this sea- son under terms of his old con- tract and that he had signed a new one for the 1971-72 season. At Toronto, the Maple Leafs announced they had obtained defenceman Bobby Baun from St. Louis in a trade for left winger Brit Selby. Baun, 34, who began his NHL career with Toronto in 1957, spent 11 seasons with the Leafs before being drafted by Califor- nia, then Oakland Seals in 1967. In games tonight, Montreal travels to St. Louis to meet the Blues, Toronto plays host to Boston Bruins, New York Rangers meet the Hawks at Chicago, Vancouver Canucks play the North Stars at Minne- sota and California battles the Penguins at Pittsburgh. Montreal travels lo Buffalo Toronto goes to New York, Boston plays host to Cali- fornia, Detroit meets the Kings at Los Angeles, Vancouver trav- els to Chicago and Philadelphia Flyers go to St. Louis. BUFFALO CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. Bu'fato Perresult I (Keenan. Smith) Penalties Howell Hamilton Jarrett B. HIcke cond Period 5. California Jar- relt 5 (B. nickel 3. California, Croteau 5 (Hextall, Stackhouse) Buffalo, Kraka 2 (Anderson, Hsmtl. ton) Penalties Barrie Third Period 5. Buffalo Andrea (Atkinson, Wyroiub) 6. Buf- falo, Keenan V (Perrault, Pratt) altie Hamilto Howell Pratt Vndnais Fle ing Shots on goal by California Id 13 !J Buffalo I i ANDY CA1T ELLO, THERE, OUNG- TOM. OW ARE believe, but it's true I When Cumberland Col- I lege was shutout in a game against Georgia Tech in "-I 16, the longest gain Cumber- land hod all day was a 4-yard lossl I I bet you didn't know that Kirk's Carload Sale of Snow Tires is going strong! sale you can honestly believe This is a smashing good g le I in folks, because the tire buy! we offer beat anything you'll I find in Lethbridge all year. Better Hurry In because at fho Carload Sale prices of- I fered we're bound to run short of some sties! 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