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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE lETHBRIDGE MERAID Monday, November 16, 1970 Locals hold one point edge Kings split weekend pair liv PAT SULLIVAN ilentltl Spovts Writer Like Or. Jcckyl and Mr. Hyde the Lethbridge Sugar Kings turned in two altogether different performances over (ho weekend in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Saturday night, before some J.500 faithful fans the Kings, as manager Syd Hall put it "stunk the place out" and were drop- ped 54 by the visiting Edmon- ton Maple Leafs. Sunday, the PASKUSKI BEATEN BY HENDRICKS Gary Paskuski (24) of the tethbridge Sugar Kings wos stopped at point blank range by Larry Hendricks of the Edmonton Maple teafs Sunday afternoon in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Paskuski nearly picked up his own rebound but Hendricks slid out to stop him. The Kings won 9-3 Sunday after losing 5-3 Saturday night. BuffaJo holds Montreal to a draw Leafs, Seals shackle Bruins By 1AM JIaeLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Boston Bruins were looking to weekend games with Iho lowly Toronto Maple Leafs and Cali- fornia Golden Seals as feathers to pad their cushion atop the National Hockey Leape's East Division. Tile opposition wasn't content to become down in the Bruins' den however and the Beantown- ers cama cut of Saturday-Sun- day games with back-to-back losses. At Toronto, the JLeafs, with re-acquired defenceman Boh Baun providing the much- needed o n ice leadership Marchuk scores seven The Letlibridge Juvenile War- riors started where they left off last season and once again showed their scoring power blasting the Medicine Hat Hus- kies 17-3 in the Hat Saturday. Larry Marchuk was the big gun for the Warriors as lie rammed home no Jess than seven goals. Niei Kristjanson, Duane Gla- zier and Ken Hammersted drove home two goals aptece while Bob Turner, Boss Walk- er, Jack DeHeer, and Barrel Wilson chipped in to the lop- sided victory with singletons. G. Smith, T. Wray and D. Knos managed the Huskies goals. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDUILAH THE BUTCHER VS SWEET DADDY StKI plui 4 More Exdling Matches SZ 51.50 tripped Boston 3-2. California completed the sweep in Boston Sunday 2-1 as the Bruins's sharpshooters were frustrated continually by the acrobatics of Seals goaflender Gary Smiili. It was the 1'irst time in 21 mouths Boston had lost two games in a row. The last tune was March 15, 1969, when a 7-4 Minor hockey In the four games played in the Pee Wee division Saturday the Vikings clobbered the Bis- ons 84; the Canucks blanked the Bears 34; the Totems ham- mered the Falcons 7-1-and the Penguins trimmed the Sabres 2-1. Jeff Takeyasu led the Vikings to their lop-sided victory over the Bisons as he connected for three goals while Ross llathe- son Followed close sinking in two. Other Vikings goal scorers were Larry Campbell, Kevin Dragland and Dnane Pj'ticia with one apiece. For the Bisons Scott Sommer- field and Chuck Moore managed a goal each. Grant Wiens, Randy Charles- worth and David Stinson all rammed home a goal apiece and helped the Canucks goal- tender Tim Richards pick up a shutout over the Bears and his second of the season. Theo DeGroot picked up a hat- trick as he topped the Totems scoring list in their easy victory over the Falcons. Other scorers for the Totems were Neal Povey, Mark Howe, Keith Druhan and Poug. Snow- den all with a goal each. John Bartel managed the lone Falcons marker. In the Sabres Penguins close encounter Jarvie and S'evertson scored the Penguins goals while Robinson averted the shutout sinking the Sabres lone score. Four games were also played in the Bantam B division with IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FAIL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Bcller I Should Go To El RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rancho Ernie Says DONT SUFFER AtQNG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAY! i! iancho ITEXASO] Service 6lh AVE., MM. DRIVt PHONE 327-5406 the results as followed: the Seals and the Cougars played to a 2-2 lie; the Rangers drop- ped the Nuggets 6-1; the Eag- les edged the Mustang-; 3-1 and the Hornets picked up an easy 5-1 win over the Ramblers. In the Seals Cougars contest Tom Meli and Mike Burla pot- ted in the Seals goals while Richard Shardlow and Brian Vanburren rammed home the Cougars goals. Greg Babino rnd Greg Mc- Lean led the Rangers with twn goals while Robert Severtson and Sheldon Kelly each potted in one towards their easy vie- tory over the Nuggets. M. Hall managed the lone Nueggets marker. Bill Zarooben paced the Eag- les to their victory over the Mustangs while John Wasilishe aided with a singleton. Francis BeCoste replied for the Mustangs, but to no avail. Brian Malacko led the Hor- nets to their victory over the Ramblers banging in two goals and was aided by Alan Boras, Ron Lamane. and Dale Pjtea with one goal apiece. Dale Slysan averted the shut- out sinking the lone Bambler goal. Vai'e Iropliy to AW I: worth ATLANTA (AP) Katliy Whitworth led tlie Ladies Pro- fessional Golf Association in stroke average in 1970 and has been named winner of UK Vare Trophy, the LPGA announced Saturday. loss to Toronto follou'cd by two days a 2-1 setback by Philadel- phia Flyers. In other Sunday games, New York Rangers defeated Toronto 4-2 and moved into a share of. the NHL East lead with Boston. Chicago Black Hawks downed Vancouver Canucks 4-2 to retain their three-point lead in the West Division over St. Louis Blues, 2-1 winners over Phila- delphia Flyers, Montreal Cana- diens and Buffalo Sabres tied 2-2 and Detroit Pied Wings and Los Angeles Ivings played to a 4-4 tie. Rounding out the Saturday scores, Pittsburgh Penguins thumped California 6-1, Chicago edged New York 2-1, Montreal and St. Louis played to a l-l tie and Minnesota North Stars needed rookis Jude Drouin's late goal to tie Vancouver 3-3. Tuesday night California is at Montreal, Detroit at Vancouver and St. Louis is at home to Min- nesota. JIEXTAL SCORES WINNER At Boston, Dennis Hestall's goal early in the third period stood up as the winner although Smith was bombarded through- out the period by the Bruins. He closed the door however surviving a disputed call by ref- eree Bryan Lewis who ruled that a shot by Dallas Smith, a Boston defenceman, did not go in despite the red light that went on behind Sroith. Bob Nevin, Hod Gilbert and Jack Egers scored within eight minutes in the second period at New York to wipe out a 1-0 To- ronto lead. Egers's goal made it 3-2 and the margin stood up until To- ronto goalie Brace Gamble was removed late in the third period for a sixth attacker. Bat the manoeuvre backfired with Rangers scoring an empty-net goal with 13 seconds left in the game. Pit Martin's two goals led the Hawks in their home-ice win orer Vancouver, marred by a second-period brawl that saw 80 minutes in penalties assessed and two players ejected. 71 CORTINA gives V 30 plus miles per gallon V Better Stability V Front Disc Brakes V Easy Handling Y Lower Maintenance Cosis Y Durability Plus many more F.O.B. IETHBR10GE CTC-00 J Down Jf Per Month O.A-C. b AVtNUF ft h STRUT H J.rf AVEHUi. A Weekend siuiunaries SUNDAY BOSTON 1 CALIFORNtA 3 First Period 1. Boston Orr 5 (Sanderson carleton) Penalties Orr, Hampson Cheevers McKerule Hovvelt Second Period 1.. California, Vsd- nais 5 (HsxtaliS Pen a If Green Third Period 3. California, Hex- tall f> (Mattnjssl) Penalty Stackhoose Shots en goal by California 12 11 Boston S H Attendance PHILADELPHIA 1 ST. LOUIS 2 First Period 1. Philadelphia, Gen- dron 5 iLacroix) 1. 51. Louis, G. Morrison 3 iEcclestone, Berenscm) Penalties Gendron Bern- ier Sutheriana Crisp Second Period 3. St. Louis, Sereu- son 8 (Ptager, Ecdesfone) Pen- aides piagsr Nolet Third Period No scoring. Hes Hale Plia WalSon Pha Shots on Q03I by St. LOMiS 13 10 Philadelphia 14 7 Attendance U 6IS, BUFFALO 2 MONTREAL First Period 1. Montreal, Red- nionl (Richard) 2. Buffaio, Krake 3 (Fleming, Andersen) Penalties tapointe Bcliveau O'Shea Second Period 3. Montreal Red- mond 8 (Harper, Richard) Pen- allies Hamlllnn Terdif Barrie Saf 10-minute misconduct Third Period 4. Buftaio, Watson 2 IKeeman, Penally Harper Shots on goat by Montreal 9 9 Buffalo 4 4 7-15 Attendance CHICAGO 4 VANCOUVER 2 First Period 1. Vancouver, Corri- gan 6 (Johnson, 1. CM- cago, Martin 3 (White! 3. Van- couver W. Maid 9 (Kurtenbach) Penalty Kurfenbach Second Period 4. Chicago, Korcil 5 (MfkUa) 5. Chicago Campbell 7 (White) 6. Chicago, Martin 4 (Mikila, Pappin) Penalties torrigan Kurtenbacn Magnuson double majors, misconducts, Ma loney, Maki, douWe ma jors, mis- conducts and game misconducts Wilklns Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties Hone. Shots on goal by Vancouver 7 12-31 Chicago' u u 7-35 Attendance HEW YORK 4 TORONTO 2 First Period 1. Toronto, Ullman 7 tborey) Penalties Rateila 10-.11, Ley SfemfcowsM Second Period 2. New Vsrk. Kev- in 2 (Brown) 3. Toronto, Ellis 3 IMcKenny, Sitflen 4. New York, Gilbert S (HscHieldl 5. New York, Egers 2 JTkaciuK Balon) Penalties Ley :OS, Nevin Nellsnn Third Period 6. Hew York, Ir- vine 4 (NevU Penalties Monahan 7, Nbilsen Shots on goal by Toronto ..99 5-33 New York 1 15 11-33 Attendance LOS ANGELES 4 DETROIT 4 First Period 1. Detroit 063 3 (Luce, Karlander) Unger 8-52, Shack Connelly, Cur- tis Second Period 2. Los Angeles, tabossiere e IFlett, Marotte) Penalties None. Third Period 3. Detroit, Howe 8 (Bergman, Haril -s, tos Angelas, Joyal (Pulford, Shack) 5. Os- teoif Webster 4 (MacGregor, RolCe) 6 Los Angeles Pulford 7, 7. Los Angeies, Loosberry 2 (Fiett, Widingi 3. Scrgman 3 jMahcvlich, Deivecc'hio) Penal- fies _ Hart Deiroit too many men on ice Shots on goe! by Detroit 9 is 33 U> Angeles 9 10 SATURDAY CHICAGO HEW YORK 1 First Pericd 1. New York, Rstella (Irvine, Gilbert) Penalties Magnuson minor and misconduct Brown Second Period 2. Chicago White (AngolM, Nesterenko) 3. Chica- go, R. Hull 6 sstapieim MaM) mid. Penalties Park Jarreit Magnuson Third Period No scoring- Penal- ties Irvine, Magnuson :26, Irvina Jarrett Neilson Pappin Shols on goal by New Ycrk 10 "-30 Chicago a j-n Attendance MONTREAL 1 ST. LOUIS 1 First Pericd 1. St. Louis, Sf. Mar- seille 2 Penalties- Roberto, Ecclestone Barclay Pte- r -1-19, Richard Second Pfiricd No scoring. Penal- ties Hone. Third Period 2. Montreal, Le- malre 4 (Mafiovikh, Bel.iveau) Penalties Collins :56, 33: Shots wi by livings looked like world beat- ers as ilicy tilt-ashed Llie 9-3. Tixi split leaves the Sugar Kings one point in front of tlie Keel Deer Rustlers ami Calgary Mount Royal Cougars in tlie battle for first place in the six- loam league. The Kings have amnmssed' 23 points ss com- pared to 22 each for the Rus- tlers and Cougars. In other weekend games the Rustlers doubled the score on Ponoka SLampeders, 6-3 while Mount Royal took a pair from Edmonton Movers, Cougars won 4-2 Saturday and li-2 Sun- day. In Lethbridge Sunday, with better than on hand, the Sugar Kings came out flying and built up a 4-0 lead before the Maple Leafs could reply. Dave George and Dave Shardlow fired home a pair o! markers for the locals while singletons went to Randy An- dreachufc, Gary Paskuski, Archie McLennan, Dave Kroofc and George McCrea. It took only 43 seconds for the Kings to hit the scoresheet as Andreachuk beat Larry Hen- dricks and the locals were a w a y. Shardlow, >vHh his first, George and then Shard- low again were the first period marksmen for the Kings. Craig Styles, with his first of two, re- plied for the Leafs in the open- ing session. Rick Norndcn, who scored the winner Saturday night, ac- counted for the other Maple Leal marker. Kings led 4-1 ami 6-1 after the first two periods and had built up a 9-1 deficit before the Leafs scored twice, late in the game. John Davidson, the Leth- bridge netmiader stopped 24 shots while Hendricks and partner Rene Alain came up with 54 saves. Saturday night was an eve- ning of complete frustration for the Sugar Kings to a man. When asked about Saturday night coach John Chapman simply shook his head in dis- belief. "They couldn't have played said the first year coach. LED EARLY Kings led 3-1 early in the third period Saturday before the Leafs scored four -times, the last time into an empty net, Wayne Paulsen scored two for tha Leafs with singles going to Strate, Nornden and Bowler. Joe Mutch, George and Len j Chalmers handled the scoring for the Kings. Once again the locals out- shot the Leafs 51-35 but were thwarted time and again by Hendricks. Sugar Kings can earn some breathing room atop the stand- ings Tuesday when they meet the Cougars in Calgary. In Edmonton Saturday AI Pol- lock scored two goals to lead Calgary Mount Royal College Cougars to a 4-2 victory over Edmonton Movers. Other Calgary marksmen were Ian Hunter and Rob Le- guilloux. Doug Clark and Don Tyshuk scored for the Movers. The score was tied 2-2 after the first period and Calgary moved ahead 3-2 going into the third. Meanwhile in Ponoka Red f Deer Hustlers managed 87 shots in the Ponoka net Saturday j .light and scored on six of them f to down the Stampcders 6-3 be- i fore 700 fans. Lome Barte! scored twice [or Red Deer and Mickey Glrard. Terr y Doug Stumpf and Wayne Bolkowy got one each. Doug Topley, Ed Lychak and TORONTO 3 BOSTON 1 First Period 1. Boston Sander- son 3 tOrr, WesifaH) 2. Toronto Hflrrison 5 CSittler, SelwoodJ Penalties Wssffall, Baun Aw- rey Ley McKenzit Second Pericd 2. Toronto, TrotHer (Ullman A Toron- to, MacMillan 4 (Keen, WSonahan) Penalties Smith Baun Carleton McKenny Toronto bench third Pericd 5. Boston, Cashman 6 (Orr, Espostto) Penalties SmUh Dorey Shots on goal by Boston U 20-4! 10 H 7-31 Attendance PITTSBURGH S CALIFORNIA 1 Period Pittsburgh, Woy- foivicti l (Rupo Schtnkei) Pen- attics WtCaSlum vtexlBl! minors maforS Morrison Rupp Vad- nais 11U2, Ehmsn ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl Division W..L..T-. Boston 4 2 New York 2 Montreal 8 5 3 Detroit Buffalo TorooJo 3 11 2 25 Chicago sr. touis Phila. Los Angeles Minnesota PHIsburgh California ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Lethbridgft 16 4 Calgary 15 2 Red Deer 2 Leafs 8 5 3A T F 3 97 2 76 Edn- icfea Mover 5 B 1 54 4 11 0-11 51! 2 53 Providence 9 Quebec S Montreal 5 WEST DIVISION Baltimore .10 Cleveland 6 Hershsy S LEAGUE LEADERS Esposito, Bos McKonzle, Bos...... R. Hull, Chi...... Orr, Bos......... Hodge, Bos........ Beliveau, MH Maki, Van Delvecchio, Del SucyN, Bos Raieiie NY Hair, Van...... 5 11 Alberta Junior Red Dser 6 Ponoka 3 Calgary A Edmonton Movers J Edmonton Maple Leafs S Urh- bridge 3 Western Canada SwW Current Saskatoon 4 AMERICAN CONFERENC8 EAST DIVISION WL T r A Pet, Baltimore ..7 1 1 IS? 13S .875 16 Miami .540 145 167 .556 15 Buffalo S l 154 207 ,375 IS RY. JefS ..270 175 208 .222 Boston ..1 8 0 91 217 .125 (CENTRAL DIVISION jCfei Piltsgurgh A ICincinnsli 3 Houston 2 WEST DIVISION Oakland S Kansas City 5 iSarn Diego A 3 Denver 5 NATIONAL CONFER! EAST DIVISION Sf. Louis 6 2 H.Y. OlantS i 3 Dallas .....53 Washington 4 S Phila 1 7 CENTRAL DIVISION Minnesoia 8 1 Delrolf ..5 4 Green Bay 5 4 Chicago 3 6 WEST DIVISION San Fran. 1 Atlanta ,3 New Orleans 2 i HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Montreal 2 Buffalo 2 New York 4 Toronto 2 Detroit' A Los Angeles 4 Chicago A Vancouver 2 St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 1 California 2 Boston 1 American Providence 5 Batttmore 1 Springfield 3 Quebec 3 Rochester 4 Cleveland 3 Western Denver Portland 1 Sen Qiega Seattle 1 Eastern Now Jersey 9 Clinton 5 Greensboro 5 Salem 2 Charlotte 3 MashviMe 1 Central Omaha B Amariiio 3 Tulsa 8 Dallas 7 Oklahoma 5 Fort Worth 3 Intel-nation! Port Huron 4 Toledo 1 Flinr 7 DCS Moirces 0 Dayton 3 Muskegon 2 Saskatchewan Senior Yorkfcm 5 St. Boniface MSHL 3 Alberta Senior Calgary 4 Edmonton 3 Spckane WtHL 3 Drumheller 1 Ontario Junior St. Catharines 4 Kitchener 3 Toronto 10 Niagara Falls 4 Ottawa 6 Qsiiavra 3 Montreal 5 London 4 Manitoba Junior Portage la Prairie 5 West Klldcaan 3 Kenora 6 Sf, Boniface-4 10 Selkirk fl Alberta Junior Lethbridge 9 Edmonton Maple Leafs 3 Calgary 11 Sdmtjnlon. Movers 1 Western Canada Saskatoon 4 Medicine Hal fl Winnipeg 6 Flon 2 Calgary 5 Esfevan 2 Saskalchewan Junior oaskafoon S Humbotdt 5 Weyborn 13 Regina 1 Melville 10 Noire-Pame 3 British Columbia junior Kamlocps 9 Chilliwack 1 Verncn 5 New Westminster 1 SATURDAY National Montreal 1 St. Louis 1 Toronto 3 Boston 2 Chicago 2 New York 1 Vancouver 3 Minnesota 3 Pittsburgh California 1 American Springfield 4 Quebec 2 altlmore 1 Hershey T Western Salt take 3 Portland 1 Phoenix 4 San Diego 3 Seattle 2 Denver 0 Eastern Johnstown New Jersey 3 New Haven 4 Long Island 1 Clinton 6 Syracuse Greensboro 3 Charlotte 1 Ceniral Omaha fi Amarillo 1 1 Oklahoma 5 Dallas 5 Kansas. City 5 Tulsa 1 Internationa! Toledo 5 Dayton 3 Mushetjon 6 DCS Moines 1 Wayne 1 Port Huron 1 Saskatchewan Senior St. Boniface 7 Moose Jaw f> Alberta Senior Spokane WtHL 4 Edmonton 3 JW 0 126 149 0 16S 203 1 132 200 2 225 191 1 305 173 2 189 185 0 171 1fi7 ,7M .625 .571 M4 n 130 D 1S7 169 0 146 147 0 200 175 1 158 16 0 227 87 o m 155 0 153 200 0 133 191 1 ni 155 1 ISO 135 1 1315 H7 1 114 194 .25 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Canadian Montreal 3? Hamilton II Firsf game of two-gams, ioiaf- point Una! Western Bowl U of Manitoba 24 Queen's IS SATURDAY Canadian Calgary 78 Saskatchewan 11 Firsf game of best-of-threa final Atlantic Bowl Ottawa 2-1 New Brunswick II QRFU Senior Ottawa 37 St. Catharines 7 First game of two-game, fotal-polfif final COLLEGE FOOTBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Army 22 Oregon 22 Boston College 21 4 BuckneM 24 "Lehigh 20 Dartmouth 74 Cameil 0 Delaware 51 Boston Univ 19 Harvard 17 Browr, 10 Pennsylvania 21 Columbia Penn Slate 32 Ohio 22 Temple 21 BuiEalo 8 VJIlancva U Navy IS Yale 27 Princeton 17 Soulh Alabama 32 Mlamia, Fla, fi Duke -13 South Carolina 38 Florida H Ker.iuclcy U Gerouis 31 Auburn i? Louisiana Stale 38 Mississippi St. 7 Mississippi 44 Chattanooga 7 North Carolina 42 Ciemson RichmctwJ 40 Virginia Military U Syracuse 19 West Virginia 3S Virginia 54 Colgate 12 Midwest Colorado 30 Oklahoma State y Iowa sratc 3! Missouri 19 Michigan 55 Iowa 0 Minnesoia 23 Michigan St. 13 Montana 24 Sa Dakota St 0 Nebraska 51 Kansas Sf. U 13 Northwestern 21 Indiana 7 Noire Dame 19 Georgia Tech Ohio Slate 10 Purdtie 7 Oklahoma 28 Kansas 24 Toledo 31 Dayton 7 Wisconsin 29 MHnois 17 SoullnvEst Arkansas 3fi South Methodist 1 Rice 18 Texas A and M 17 Texas a Texas Texas, El Paso 33 Arizona 17 Texas Tech 3 Baylor 3 FAR WEST .Adams State'48 Colo School AMn 3 Air Force 31 Stanford 14 Arizona State 37 Utah 14 California 3 Sasi Jose St 28 Idaho Utah State 14 New Mexico 51 Brigham Ycung 8 Washington 61 UCIA 20 PRO BASKETBALL SUNDAY NBA 105 Baltimore 90 108 Detroit 104 ABA New York 1-M Texas 129 Denver 110 Utah 107 SATURDAY NBA Hew York m Philadeiphia 54 i Ballimore 122 Boston ifll Chicago 120 Atlanta 116 Milwaukee 1U Buffalo 107 i San Diego 113 Detroit 101 I Portland Cleveland lid ABA Utah H Pittsburgh 102 j Virginia 119 W Kentucky 1-19 Texas 'Indiana 128 Carolina 119 Ken Leatham tallied for Pon- oka. Calgary Cougars crushed [he Movers 11-2 Sunday, Rob Lsguilloux, with throe goals, and Howie Colborne and AI Pollock with two each, led the high-flying Cougars, Ian Hunter, Brian Smith, Doug Dunbar and Doug Blaney got Urn others. Mel Gushaltcy and Bob Cut- ler got tlie only Edmonton markers as Calgary held per- iod leads of 3-1 and 6-2. LBTHBRfOGE 9 EDMONTON 3 First f, Andreachuk (Dodd, Robertson? 2. LeJti. Shardlow McCrea) 3, Lelh, George (An- drgschnV) "i.aS, 4. Leth. Shard'low (McCrea, Chalmers) 5. Edm. SlySes (Smith) Penalties MuJch i South Mont U7-444S ;