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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGI HERAID Wctlnc-itiay, November 17, coming now says cmich Chapman ings e KinMs as he s buys (ikati1 to a vieiory over tin1 Calearv Canucks in Alherta .lu- nira- Hot-key action Tuesday nkrht. Cliapnian. sinus wilh some fans witnessed from the sidelines an notion-packed fi Chapr seven game su-spension, nii the henoll after Hie noxl air at Ihe Adams lee Centre. The visilm" Cjiniiks stalled Chapman is still serving ills tilings off qmekly lust night with Dave Unite tallying ItK'ir first marker .just three, mark t marker just seconds after Ihe opening face-off. Aboul three ir.inuics later Mark put. the Kings back into contention with his first nf two goals during the niiilil. At Cieoi-ge .McCrea put the Kings ahead 2-1, hut uatclied the Canucks come back one minute later on l.v IAN .Mad.AIM-: nuilian Pn-ss Staff native of j Wings skated to a 2-2 tie with seconds Dinnimondvillc. Si. Louis Blues. Tonight Los Angeles Kings kJ" doing into the second period lied the Kings pumped in two straight goals by Randy and Severyn to hold a lead. three minules remain- ing in Ihe period, the Canucks ire visit Toronto Maple Leafs and Vancouver Canucks are al Chi- cago Black Hawks. DIDN'T LIKE DEMOTION Con mover didn't take kindly rallied and Lied up the contest to his dcmoLion by then Cana- i juM before the period ended, diens' coach Tne Blake, and wasn't reluctant to talk about it. "Some guys need m i n o r league experience, others fivl there's not much they can learn there." he said at th? time. "If n cuy is left in the minors the tin'.e he can learn ?c-me- comeback bid by Canucks thing, it can Ins ambition." earn the victory. By the same token. Blake At the mark, Andrea- five Kconan has five didn't take kindly to some fed a perfect pass to vears experience with the St. i start questioning his methods of Terry Tarnow on a two-on-one development and for a couple of; break and the rookie neatly years after Cournoyer's return i tucked it awy. ;cd tiio winder to point power nlays. :iir 7-lnnireai fans s hi Hue wins Lew Mc-rn.-on from farm club in the1 >t ars on 1- Games with Don Snowden and Dennis Ta- i bio wore the marksmen as Crawford had no chance on either coal. Th- Susar Kintis notched the tie-hreaker rarly the final pjricu and fmi'" a sl.rong to WESTERN EIGHT CHAMPIONS Picture Butle Elks captured the Western Eight High School Football League championship this season besting seven other southern Alberta dubs for top honors. The champs are, front, left to right, Rrg Gill, Roy David Kubik, Dale Binde'r, Ron Iwamoto and Wayne Koyota. Second row, left to right, Len Nieboer, Hal Nummi, Ed Shimek, Jim Brandhorst John Kuliska and Terry Hanna. Third row, left to right, Donovan Hattori, Jim Ragan, Ron Nieboer, David Russell, Larry Cook, Bruce Branch and Glen Tonaka Fourth row, left to right, Ross Harvey Kit RusseH, Owen Doenz, Trent Passmore, Tony Wolak, Jack Libkach, Richard Papworth, Randy Hanna, Dennis King, (coach) and Brian Ellefson Back row, left to right, Gary Mcllroy, Tom Caruso, Dale Sorgard, Jim Nayha, Rick Ikebuchi, Danny Chronik, Miles Shaw and Brian Magyar. scores twice for Tigers e fiir." TaMe talent.'1 Sr-VSON broke an ankle played only with Vancouver. split the reason of the Amn-- Sentlle of ih-" .-orcd goals in I-N tlv? year and Con- I, five for St. Louis. Stewart. 39. wa? a liM'ear bi2 league, veteran before he was optioned at the start of this sea- son to Prcvidence of the Ameri- '-__ can league. In Philadelphia, meanwhile. c the Flyers traded right wing Larry Mickey to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for left wmq MINNESOTA Larry Keenan, and recalled, Minor hockey Afer a scoreless first period the fired in one goal in both the remaining two per- iods to blank the Kings 2-0 in Bantam "B" play Tuesday night. PRICE HIGA'S <106- 13 St. North Lelhln cnLGARY pe-ir.d i. caiys for the 39-year-old veteran and resulted, as did the other three Norlb Star goals, from loose defensive play by Pitls- i The clubs split 10 minor pen- Bill Hicke ruined Cesare Man-1 out b rcferee lago's bid for a shvtout mth I Pittsburgh's lone goal early in j Thp Movers ,he the third period. It was the first Penguin goal on the lanky goal- keeper in 18S minutes and 56 of schedule play, dating back to last Feb. 14. Mickey Redmond's goal with less than two minutes remain- ing in Ihe game lifted Detroit into a lie at St. Louis. I r-.arr] n-aion, Detroit goalie Joe Daley and rookie Blues' netminder Jim McUod were the outstanding players on both teams, coming up with key saves in the game during which St. Louis held a 30-2.T edge in shots. Austin Calgary's other goals came sen, I hen iraili- ,-i sensational front John Senkpicl, Brian comeback by hiltinc -JD homers Walker Ron Homenuke and j and knocking in runs dunnt; Doug Horbul while Don Kozak.! and (.-ioiitina :ai homers inski. Lcs Drewicki and I a n j Darcy Rota. John Rogers and wilh lift runs balled m I'liO. II" McPhee scored for the Maple Phil "Russell scorer! for the Oil: was then traded in the Angels. 'Kings. i Dallon saiti the decision to Edmonton goalie Larry Hen- grant disability was based on examinations by two doctors who determined that a "blind spot in his left eve had wors- ened" in the last, year A spokesman said that since Con- So- :n-l Pcntxl IV-S; 17-27: 10. Caiqary, Cv.t Tnirtl 11. iX) 5 8. Sevcrvn, ry, Snowden qary, Tallin Quick bout for Quarry WEMBLEY. Kngland (API Jerry Quarry of Bcllflower. knocked out British and European heavyweight, cham- pion Jack Bodell in" the firsl I NEW YORK round of a scheduled 10-round Penske and bis are Mars bout Tuesday night. D o n o h u e. hooked up with Both fighters came out swap- i Porsche of Germany Tuesday ping punches at the start and for a shut at I'm' rich i.'anadian- Bodell charged in and slipped to American Challenge Cup road his knees before being kayoed. i racing jerics in LEADERS B WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Western Division Roger Knic.ks icipe out dciicil ig leads don't mean a filing By THK ASSOCIATED PliKSS Big leads don't mean a thing in the NBA ''You come hack from any- thing in ihis league as long as they have the 2-1-seeond clock." commented coach Red of New York Knicks Tuesday night afler Hie Knicks had wiped out a ID-point deficit lo beat Phoenix Suns 112-111 in the National Basketball Association. R u f f a 1 o Braves, Baltimore Bullets and Golden State War- riors also came from behind to win while Seattle SupcrSonics overcame on Id-point deficit onlv in In--" lo Chicago as Ihe Hulls forged ahead again in the final quarter. The Braves beat Cincinnati lioyals iniMifi. Baltimore tripped Dockets I1IH07, Golden State Detroit Pistons 122-101 and Chicago defeated Sc- altle K. In Ihe other NTiA games l.os Angeles Lakers whacked Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Rucks routed Portland Trailblazers Denver downed Indiana 111- KII: and Memphis look the Flo- ridians in Ihe two Ameri- ca n Haskolball Association games scheduled. Down by caught fire 97-7S, the Knicks with 9'4 rr.inutes left. Walt Frazier led the charge with Id points, including two free throws thai, gave the Knicks a three-point lead at 112-109 with 17 seconds left and clinched the victor'. Buffalo, behind by M points al rallied lo Ro ahead of l Royals al. fil 80, fell again, then went ahead for good at 92-ill on a Mike Davis laynp. Houston led Baltimore by 107-103 with remainiiiR be- fore the Bullets tied the score. A layup by Phil Chenier with 23 seconds left put Baltimore ahead to May. Kvlin Hayes of Ihe liOfkeUs was game high scorer with 31 points. Seattle wiped out a -12-2-1 defi- cit to fie came on again Joe Kills and Xiek .Tones came off Ihe bench and ignited a Warrior rally thai wiped out a Ill-point Delroil lead. The c h a m p i o n Milw aukec. Bucks and Angeles each had little trouble, winning their ninth straight. Kareem Jabbar led Ihe Bucks with 3.1 the Jerry West with 25 points. SNOW CLEAT F78-14 Studriec! White F78-15 Studded White. G78-M Slutltlnrl White G78-15 Studded Whitn Each....... ELRICHTIRE COMPUTE TIRi i. 401 South ;