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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 14, 1974 THE LF.THBRIDGE HERALD 13 Oilers enjoy new home, crowds down somewhat after opener RICHARD HAS BROKEN ANKLE Wo possibility of merger' Hole EDMONTON (CP) There is "no possibility" of the Canadian Football League merging with the World Foot- ball League, Jim Hole, CFL president, said today. Hole, also president of Ed- monton Eskimos of the CFL's Western Conference, was commenting in an interview on a statement Tuesday in the House of Commons by Otto Jelinek. Jelinek, former world pairs figure skating champion who Grad games on Friday Winston Churchill basket- ball teams will see their first action this Friday in a pair of Grad games. At seven o'clock at the school the Griffins will meet their female counterparts in the lid lifter followed by the Bulldogs and Grads at Expected back in Winston Churchill Grad uniforms are seven gals and 10 former Bulldogs. Suiting up for the gals will be Pat Schandor, Rhonda Hamilton. Susan Frier, Ur- sula Morrice, Francis' Kazakoff, Jeanette Toth and Janet Gugyelka. Doing battle with this year's Bulldog edition will be Doug and Ken Nakama. Alan Harrold. Cyril Patson, Jack- Chymboryk. Kim Woolf, Rob Bollinger, Vic Hamza. Dave Heidinger and Ritchie Baceda. now is Progressive Conser- vative member of parliament for Toronto High Park Humber Valley, said CFL attendance and standards of play are declining and asked the government to give a go ahead for possible merger talks between the CFL and the WFL. "He's skating on thin Hole said. "I wish he was looking for a ticket for the Western Conference final here this weekend. He wouldn't be able to get one. We're sold out. "The only thing that's ever been said on the topic is when Jake Gaudaur said our league would be willing to talk to the WFL if they came to us and asked to talk. And that's ex- actly the way it is. We'll talk to anybody. If the National Hockey League wants to come and talk to us, we'll give them an opportunity to do so. "But why would we want to merge with the World Foot- ball League. They have nothing to offer." Hole said that at no time has any merger been considered. Volleyball St. Mary's High School of Taber defeated Picture Butte High School four games to one in a Southwest Conference volleyball game Wednesday night. St. Mary's won the first three sets 15-3, 15-3 and 15-6 before dropping the fourth game 15-4. The Cardston team bounced back to win the final 15-10. MELROE BOBCAT Skid-steer Loader That "Puts It All Together" Vihr P 5i1.ii ,5 C J EQUIPMENT Sales Service 1410 2nd Ave. S. -Phone 327-2922 Flyers, Sabres, Richard involved in breaks By The CANADIAN PRESS Buffalo Sabres and Phila- delphia Flyers broke winless streaks on opposition ice Wednesday night while Henri Richard broke his ankle. The Sabres beat the Cana- diens 8-6 for their first win in 12 starts in Montreal since the Sabres joined the National Hockey League in 1970. Meanwhile, the Flyers de- feated New York Rangers 3-2 for their first win at New York since Dec. 15, 1968. In other games, Kansas City Scouts upset St. Louis Blues 4- 3, Minnesota North Stars beat Detroit Red Wings 7-4, Atlanta Flames edged Washington Capitals 4-3, California Golden Seals beat Chicago Black Hawks 2-0, Los Angeles Kings whipped To- ronto Maple Leafs 4-0, and Pittsburgh Penguins defeated New York Islanders 8-2. Montreal's Richard frac- tured his left ankle two minutes after the game started. He said his skate caught in the boards as he was checked. The Canadiens' captain will have to wear the cast for about six weeks, a club spokesman said. Rene Robert scored three goals and Gilbert Perreault added a goal and three assists to lead the Sabres. Montreal defenceman Guy Lapointe scored three goals and one assist. It was Buffalo's ninth con- secutive win and widened its lead in Division 2 to seven points over Boston Bruins. At New York, the Flyers' Bobby Clarke intercepted a Gilles Marotte shot and scored the winning goal with 26 seconds remaining. "I was just Clarke said. "Marotte's shot hit the shaft of my stick." Summaries KANSAS CITY 5 ST. LOUIS 3 First period 1. St. Louis. Bailey 4 (Plante) 2. Kansas City. Gilbert 3 (Croteau. Rota) 3. Kansas City. Burns 3 (Giroux, Nolet) Penalties Giroux Rota Merrick Wilson Second period 4. St. Louis. Thompson 2 (Bob Plager) 5. Kansas City. McEimury 2 (Burns. Hudson) 6. Kansas City. Lemieux 3. Penalties Merrick Third period 7. Kansas City. Gilbert 4. 8. St. Louis. Bailey 5 (Hess) Penalties Plasse (served by Powis) Linger Giroux Shots on goal by St. Louis 9 9 Kansas City 6 9 Attendance 6.585. MINNESOTA 7 DETROIT 4 First period 1. Minnesota. Hex- tall 5 (Stanfield. Goldsworthy) 2. Detroit. Nowak 1 (Grant) 3. Minnesota. Stanfield 3 (Goldsworthy, Gibbs) 4. Minnesota, Parise 4 (Hicks) Penalties Barrett Hogaboarn Drouin Nowak Goldsworthy Lynch Second period 5. Detroit. Lochead 9 6. Detroit. Nowak 7. Minnesota. Oliver 1 (Hextall. Gibbs) 8. Detroit. Redmond 9 (Bergman. Libett) Penalties Goldsworthy Hogaboarn Third period 9. Minnesota. Stanfield 4 (Parise. Gibbs) 10. Minnesota. Stanfield 5 (Parise. Mar- tineau) 11. Minnesota. Boucha 5 (Hextall) Penalties Goldsworthy Shots on goal by Detroit 6 16 Minnesota 10 10 Attendance 14.017. ATLANTA 4 WASHINGTON 3 First period 1. Atlanta. Manery 4. 2. Washington. Williams 3 (Dupere. Kryskow) Penalties Leiter Kryskow Manery Second period 3. Atlanta. Leiter 9 (Manery. Vail) 4. Atlanta. Richard 2 (Talafous. Graves) Penalties Brossart Bennett Third period 5. Washington. Williams 4 (Kryskow) 6. Atlanta. Bennett 9 (Quinn. Harvey) 7. Washington. Hrycuik 3 (Smith) Penalties Lesuk Shots on goal by Washington 9 5 Atlanta 15 11 Attendance 11.692. PHILADELPHIA 3 RANGERS 2 First period 1. Philadelphia. Bladon 5 (Barber, Clarke) Penalties Stemkowski. Saleski Irvine (major, minor) Watson (major, game Butler Parent (served by Kindrachuk) Dupont Lonsberry Tkaczuk Second period 2. Philadelphia. Kindrachuk 4 3. NY Islanders. Fairbairn 5 NY Rangers. Butler 4 (Sanderson. Rolfe) Penalties Dupont Van Imps. Vickers (maiors) Marotte Third period 5 Philadelphia. Clarke 4. Penalties Duponi on goal by Philadelphia 9 5 NY Rangers 2 15 Attendance 17.500 LOS ANGELES 4, TORONTO 0 First Period: 1. Los Angeles. Murphy 2 (Carr, Williams) 2. Los Angeles. Kozak 7 (Widing. Berry) Penalties Murdoch Keon Maloney. Wilson served by Ellis double minors, Glennie game misconduct Murdoch Second Period: 3. Los Angeles. Maloney 6 (Nevin) Penalties Turnbull Carr minor, major Dunn double major Maloney Third Period: 4. Los Angeles. Maloney 7 (St. Marseille) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Toronto 16 12 Los Angeles 7 4 Attendance 10.043. CALIFORNIA 2, CHICAGO 0 First Period: 1. California. B. Stewart 2 Williams Penalties California (bench served by Moxie) White Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Williams Mikita Mulvey. Neilson Third Period: 2. California. Williams 1 (Gardner. Johnston) Penalties B. Stewart Russell misconduct Jarrett Marks. King PITTSBURGH 8 ISLANDERS 2 First period 1. Pittsburgh. Apps 8 (MacDonald. Owchar) Penalties Burrows Fortier Westfall Lewis, Kelly Larouche Second period 2. Pittsburgh, Pronovost 5 (Lagace) 3. NY Islanders. Gillies 2 (Harris. Marshall) 4. Pittsburgh. Schock 5 (Kelly. Hadfield) Penalties Paradise St. Laurent Third period 5. Pittsburgh. MacDonald 4 (Pronovost. Apps) 6. Pittsburgh. Larouche 3 (Arnason. Kelly) 7. Pittsburgh. Apps 9 (MacDonald. Wilkins) 8. Pitt- sburgh. Kehoe 4 (Shock. Owchar) 9. Pittsburgh, MacDonald 5 (Apps. Pronovost) 10. NY Islanders, Rombough 1 (St. Laurent. Lewis) Penalties D. Potvin Shots on goal by NY Islanders 6 13 Pittsburgh 16 10 Attendance 8.833. BUFFALO 8 MONTREAL 6 First period 1. Buffalo. Ramsay 8 (Carriers) 2. Buffalo. Gare 4 (Perreault. Robert) 3. Buffalo. (Korab) 3 4. Montreal. Lambert 9 (Lafleur. Lapointe) 5. Buffalo. Robert 6 (Martin. Perreault) 6. Montreal. Lapointe 6 (Lafleur. Lemaire) Penalties Sather Spencer (major) Robinson Bouchard Korab Perreault Second period 7. Buffalo. Robert 7 (Perreault) 8. Buffalo. Spencer 3 9. Buffalo. Perreault 12 (Spencer. Dudley) 10. Montreal. Lapointe 7 (Savard) 11. Montreal. Mahovlich 8 (Lapointe. Savard) Penalties Schoenfeld Shut! Sather Third period 12 Montreal. Lapomte 3 (Mahovlich, Savard) 13. Buffalo. Robert 8 (Martin. Carriere) 14. Montreal. Gainey 3 (Robinson) Penalties Bouchard Carriere Carriere. Cournoyer Shots on goal by Buffalo 19 9 Montreal 14 13 Attendance 15.920 Harlem Clowns featured this Friday in Magrath Baskrtball is an entertain- ing gamp no matter who plays, but when one of the teams involved is the Harlem Clpwns. basketball becomes hilarious well as enter- taining. The Clowns, with their special brand of zany basket- ball, will be in this Friday night at 8 p.m Hanem Clowns, who are the second oldest barnstorming basketball team in the world, have played basketball in most oi the large cities in Europe and the Orient as well as many of the small towns throughout Canada and the United Slates. Featuring the skills and an- tics of players like Herb Scaifc. the dunk-shot artist and No. one rebounder on the Hub. the Clowns have won audience approval wherever they have played A preliminary inter-squad "B" game will begin at prior to the big game at-S with the Clowns pitted against the Hifih School squad. The games will lake place at the High School gym. The victory was only the Flyers' second at New York since they joined the NHL in 1967, but it was their 12th this season and kept them five points ahead of second-place Atlanta in Division I. At Bloomington, Fred Stan- field scored three goals to lead Minnesota in its fourth win in 15 starts this season. Stanfield's second goal, midway in the final period, proved to be the winner. Pittsburgh, picking up its fifth win in 14 starts, got two goals each from Sly Apps and Lowell MacDonald to beat the Islanders. The Penguins, playing before a home crowd of only 8.833, outshot the Islanders 42- 30. ANDY CAPP Atlanta picked up its 12th consecutive horne-ice victory when Curt Bennett scored his ninth goal of the season midway through the final period against Washington. Kansas City, led by Ed Gil- bert's two goals, won its first home-ice second victory of the Scouts' first season. Ace Bailey had two goals for St. Lotiis. At Oakland, only show- ed up to see goalie Gilles Melcche kick out 28 shots to record the shutout for Califor- nia. Butch Williams and Bob Stewart scored for the Seals. Goalie Rogatien Vachon stopped 35 shots in his second shutout of the season for Los Angeles. Dan Maloney scored twice while Mike Murphy and Don Kozak got the other goals against the Leafs. The "box office at Edmon- ton's new Coliseum wasn't nearly as busy Wednesday night but the Oilers continued to enjoy their new home, scor- ing a 5-3 upset over Winnipeg Jets. The Oilers opened their home World Hockey Associa- tion schedule Sunday, two weeks late, with a crowd of in the Coliseum and won 4-1 over Cleveland Crusaders. Wednesday, the attendance was down to 10.873 but that didn't deter the Oilers who got three goals from Ken Baird on their way to their fourth win in six starts this season. In other games. Toronto Toros beat Vancouver Blazers 5-3, Quebec Nordiques whipped Indianapolis Racers 10-3, and Houston Aeros defeated Minnesota Fighting Saints 8-5. The Oilers are last in the Canadian Division but have played seven games fewer than the division-leading Toros because they had to wait for completion of the Coliseum before beginning their home schedule. Bobby Hull scored his 13th goal of the season for the Jets who lost their second game in 10 starts and dropped three- points behind the leading Toros. Goalie Jacques Plante. 45. stopped 28 shots in the Edmonton goal to preserve the win. DON'T LOOK NOW, PET; BUT THE WOMAN WHO'S JUST MOVED IN ACROSS Every one in except Shreveport THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The World Football League has finally settled its playoff made it but Shreveport. The league's first cam- paign, begun last summer with 12 franchises and high Maki retires CHICAGO (AP) Chico Maki. 34, veteran Chicago Black Hawk winger, has retired as a pro hockey player. Maki. who once set up many goals for Bobby Hull in the 1960s, announced his decision to quit last weekend, only 10 days after reporting for his 14th National Hockey League season with the Hawks. hopes, struggles to its conclu- sion tonight with nine more or less active clubs, rising debts and sinking credibility. Florida visits Southern Cali- fornia in the regular-season's last game tonight. Both teams already have clinched playoff berths, an honor they would likely exchange for some money. Florida players haven't seen any paycheques in 11 weeks but a new set of owners is reported to be working on the problem. Southern California players got their last paycheques about a week late and some front-office personnel still haven't seen theirs. The team is hoping to get new financial backing by game time. Charlotte meets Florida, Birmingham plays Philadelphia. Southern Cal takes on Hawaii and Portland goes against Memphis in the first round of the playoffs. The league is supposed to disclose the when and where of the games today. Birmingham rolled over Shreveport 40-7 Wednesday night. Memphis got by Char- lotte 28-22. and the Hawaiians blanked Portland 23-0. The Americans had a much easier time with Shreveport than they did earlier in the day in Jefferson County Cir- cuit Court. The state of Alabama, claiming Bir- mingham owes more than in taxes to state, city and county governments, ob- tained a lien against the club's property. South Circuit banquet at Raymond The Alberta Saskatchewan Southern Rodeo Circuit will hold its awards banquet Saturday night in Raymond. Proceedings will get under way at the Sacred Heart School with a cocktail hour at At the banquet and awards presentations will take place and at nine dancing will start. The music will be supplied by the 4 Ks. Tickets for the affair are priced at S5 apiece. HERB SCAIFE By Request we are Extending this Sale! i Men's Made-to-measure SUITS Reg. value 110.00 to 130.00 Your opportunity to buy a superb tailored-to-measure suit at less than off the rack prices. Choose f-crr 3 selection of patterns and shades. We carrot Christmas delivery on orders after November 16. Special Reduction of M4Q and M50 Suits at s 20% OFF Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN Suiting the man-of-the-world west end of CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-8021 ;