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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday. November 18, 1974 Hapless Seals belted 10-0 by Rangers Flames upset Geoffrion first Canada tied Dolphins first, playoff picture clouded By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Like most coaches in profes- sional sport, Bernie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion can get rather testy after his team loses a game. Sunday night, after Atlanta Flames to Buffalo Sa- bres. Geoffrion said: Weekend scorers Toronto 2 at Vancouver 5 Vancouver Meehan, Lever, Demarco, Monahan, Ververgaert; Toronto McDonald, Selling. Kansas City 1 at Minnesota 3 Minnesota Goldsworthy 2. Oliver; Kansas City Paiement. Philadelphia 3 at St. Louis 5 St. Louis Collins 2, Sacharuk, Palazzari. Merrick: Philadelphia Saleski, Barber, Jim Watson. Buffalo 5 at Boston 7 Boston Hodge 2. Orr 2, Sims 2. Savard: Buffalo Guevremont. Gare. Luce. Dudley. Martin. NY Rangers 4 at Montreal 4 NY Rangers Gilbert, Middleton. Vickers, Stemkowski; Montreal Tremblay 2. Roberts. Savard. Washington 1 at Pittsburgh 8 Pittsburgh Pronovost 2, Schock, Lagace. Kehoe. Larouche. Hadfield. Kelly; Washington Dupere. NY Islanders 3 at Detroit 5 Detroit Grant. Lochead. IVowak. Redmond, NY Islanders Marshall, Westfall. St. Laurent. Chicago 2 at Los Angeles 1 Chicago Koroll. Mikita: Los Angeles Murdoch SUNDAY Boston 5 at Detroit 2 Boston Orr 2. Esposito, Forbes. Marcotte: Detroit Libett 2. California 0 at New York Rangers 10 New York Rangers Middleton 4. Butler 2. Gilbert. Ratelle. Park. Stemkowski. Pittsburgh 6 at Washington 0 Pittsburgh Kehoe 2. Pronovost. MacDonald, Apps. Kelly. Atlanta 0 at Buffalo 4 Buffalo Ramsay, Perreault. Dudley, Korab. "We lost because they got four goals and we didn't score. We had 25 shots and 15 were from centre ice." In other games. New York Rangers blasted California Seals 10-0, Pittsburgh Penguins blanked Washington Capitals 6-0, and Boston Bruins downed Detroit Red Wings 5-2. The Rangers and Montreal Canadiens tied 4-4 tie Satur- day, Boston outscored Buffalo 7-5, Chicago Black Hawks edg- ed Los Angeles Kings 2-1, Pittsburgh hammered Washington 8-1, St. Louis Blues topped Philadelphia Flyers 5-3, Detroit defeated New York Islanders 5-3, Van- Oilers claim sixth INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You can Earn Extra Income Learn how to prepare the new Tax Forms and become an INCOME TAX CONSULTANT For Full Details. Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING 150 EGLINTON AVENUE E TORONTO. ONTARIO M4P1E8 CANADIAN PRESS Minnesota coach Harry Neale, unhappy with the per- formance of his Fighting Saints, left four veterans home and said there were others who weren't playing up to par. The Saints got the message Sunday night and whipped Quebec Nordiques 7-1 in the World Hockey Association. Meanwhile, Toronto Toros ended Winnipeg Jets' home- ice victory string at seven games with a 3-1 win, Ed- monton Oilers won their sixth straight game, 2-1 over In- dianapolis, New England Whalers whipped Michigan Stags 6-1, and San Diego Mari- ners upset Houston Aeros 4-3. Tonight Winnipeg is at Ed- monton in a game postponed from earlier in the season when the Oilers' rink was be- ing built. Mike Walton, leading WHA scorer last season, had two goals and three assists for the Fighting Saints who were without veterans John Arbour, Jim Johnson, Kevin O'Shea and Gord Gallant. Ron Busniuk. Fran Huck, Mike Antonovich and Danny O'Shea got the other- Minnesota goals. Alain Caron spoiled John Garrett's shutout bid in the second period with Quebec's only goal. The win left thp Saints in fourth place in the West Division with 10 points, four ahead of Michigan and one back of Phoenix Roadrunners. The win gave Toronto a four-point lead atop the Cana- dian Division. Toronto has 22 points, four ahead of Quebec, five up on Winnipeg'and 10 in front of Edmonton. couver Canucks clipped Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2, and Minnesota North Stars beat Kansas City Scouts 3-1. "I don't know if the Boomer was putting you said Buf- falo goaltender Roger "but I thought Atlanta played and skated well. I thought the majority of their shots were hard." The shutout was the 27th of Crozier's NHL career. Meanwhile Gilles Villemure turned aside 14 drives and Rick Middleton scored four goals to lead the Rangers past the Seals. The loss was the 18th for the Seals in 20 games they.have played in New York since California joined the league in 1967. The win moved the Rangers into third place in Division 1 with 18 points, one up on last- place New York Islanders and four behind second-place At- lanta. Sophomore goaltender Gary Inness blocked 26 shots for the first shutout of his NHL career as the Penguins won their second game in as many nights from the Capitals. Rick Kehoe scored two goals for Pittsburgh. The Capitals now are winless in their last 14 out- ings. At Detroit, Phil Esposito scored a short-handed goal and assisted on two others to lead the Bruins past the Red wings. Esposito's goal, which prov- ed to be the winner, came while team-mate Dave Forbes was serving a double minor and just after the Wings had tied the score on Nick Libett's second power-play goal of the game. Minor hockey DOES YOUR FURNACE LOOK LIKE THIS? the the REPLACE IT WITH A NEW FURNACE From ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING Carrier At the same lime why not install an Air Condilionmg System complete wilh Power Humidifier and Eledon- ic Air Cleaner For further information and a free estimate call ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING Furnaces, Sheet Metal and Heating, Air Conditioning 2214-43rdSt. S. Phone 327-5816 The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association was busy over the weekend. In Bantam B action the Blazers, attaining goals from Allen Clampitt and Ken Huisman, defeated the Mustangs 2-1. Brad Axworth scored the lone Mustang goal. In a high scoring Bantam B contest the Raiders scored seven times compared to only two by the Argos. Marshall Dearmond scored two goals for the winners while singletons went to Lee Harrison, Perry Odney, Michael Zieffle, Ken Sparks and Tim Talbot. Mike Millar and Ken Mason replied for the losers. Jason Coma and Clarke Bosch scored two goals apiece for the Blades as they defeated the Nuggets 6-2, also in Bantam B play. Tim Menzak and Larry Balazs rounded out the Blades' scoring while Darren Moroz and Chris Lengyel replied for the Nuggets. In Bantam A action Black Hawks downed Saints 7-4. Stan Sawicky got the hat- trick for the winners and Danny Laronde picked up two goals. Brent Belsher and Dave McKenzie added singletons. Grant Weins. Reg Haggen, Scott Williams and Ken Ohno scored for the Saints. A Pee Wee game saw the Vikings trounce the Totems 7- 1. Brian Monaghan. Bruce Kostelansky and Blair Spence all scored twicee for the Vikings and Darryl Robertson added the other goal. Randy Stimatz scored for the Totems. Lethbridge Pee Wee Voyageurs won their first game in the Big Sky League by defeating Fort Macleod Pee Wee's 10-1. Chris Sparrow, Mark Wolosyn and Wayne Smith scored two goals apiece for the winners and Jon McFadden. Mark Dumont, Greg Horon and Danny Zrim added singletons. The lone Fort Macleod goal went to John Van Sluys. In a game played Friday in the Pee Wee division the Flyers and the Braves played to a 2-2 tie Rick Lorencz and Benny Van Gal each scored a goal for the Braves. In Midget Little Spud League action the Lethbridge Midget Colts bombed the homestanding Taber Midget rs 14-1. Bryon Murray scored four coals for the winners while Rirk MrRoberls and Glen Lef- fingwel] chipped in with three apiore Singletons went to Tom Block. Terry McNeely. Dave MrLellan and Larry Al hush Rob Mills' scored the lone Taber goal BRADENTON, Fla. (CP- AP) Surge Jutras singled with two out in the 10th inning Saturday to give Canada a come from behind 7-6 win over China in the world amateur baseball tournament. Canada is now 2-0 and tied for first place in the series with the United States and Nicaragua, both unbeaten, tied 6-6 Saturday when their game was stopped by darkness after the ninth in- ning. Canada tied its contest in the eighth inning on Wayne Rogers' three-run triple. Both teams threatened in the ninth, with China loading the bases with none out but failing to score when a suicide squeeze backfired. Relief pitcher Larry Fellerdeau struck out the next two batters. China had jumped to a 6-2 lead in the seventh inning with pairs of runs in the third, fifth and seventh. Brent Hallett kept Canada alive in the late innings with three key singles. In Saturday's other games, the Dominican Republic blanked Colombia 5-0 and South Africa edged Italy 4-3. By the associated press On a day when the playoff picture was supposed to become a little bit clearer, the National Football League race became more scrambled Sunday. New Orleans Saints knocked off playoff-bound Los Angeles Rams, Houston Oilers won their fourth game in a row, Green Bay Packers upset Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets upended New England Patriots and Baltimore Colts dumped Atlanta Falcons. In one of the least surprising developments of the day, Miami Dolphins, the defending Super Bowl cham- pion, took first place in the American Conference East with a 35-28 victory over Buf- falo Bills on Don Notting- ham's second touchdown run of the game, a 23-yarder with 19 seconds to play. Los Angeles needed only a tie to lock up the National Conference West title. But New Orleans quarterback Archie Manning passed for 175 yards and the Saints ran for 146 yards en route to a 20-7 up- set. The Oilers blanked the Ben- gals 20-3 with a fierce defence, Dan Pastorini's pinpoint pass- ing and Willie Rodgers' two touchdown runs. In other games Sunday, the Packers beat the Vikings 19-7, the Jets edged the Patriots 21- 16, the Colts defeated the Fal- cons 17-7, St. Louis Cardinals downed Philadelphia Eagles 13-3, Washington Redskins topped Dallas Cowboys 28-21, Pittsburgh Steelers upended Cleveland Browns 26-16, Detroit Lions nipped New York Giants 20-19, San Fran- cisco '49ers smothered Chicago Bears 34-0 and Oakland Raiders dumped San Diego Chargers 17-10. The raiders clinched a tie for the AFC West title and can win it tonight if Denver Bron- cos lose to Kansas City Chiefs. Chester Marcol kicked four field goals, then John Hadl hit Mac-Arthur Lane with a 68- yard touchdown pass that sealed Green Bay's victory and detoured Minnesota's run toward the NFL Central title. Joe Namath passed for two touchdowns and the Jets de- fence picked off four Jim Plunkett passes to drop the Patriots two games back of Miami. Baltimore's Lydeli Mitchell piled up 151 yards on 33 carries, setting up touchdown runs by Marty Domres and Native Sons triumph Lethbridge Native Sons easily outdistanced the Brooks Spurs 8-1 in Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League action Sunday. The Native Sons had period leads of 3-0, and 7-0 before the homestanding Spurs scored late in the third stanza. Albert Dumont potted two goals for the winners while singletons went to Dennis Halt, Mark Scheibner, Randy Sparks, Glen Scheibner, Terry Roberts and Rod Pocza. Ron Schlaht was responsible for the lone Spurs goal, ruin- ing Gary Warner's bid for a shutout with less than five minutes remaining in the contest. Warner was selected as the first star of the game. The Sons were assessed 11 minor penalties, two majors and two misconducts. The Spurs took 10 minors, two ma- jors and one misconduct. Bill Olds to hand the Falcons their second loss. The Cardinals, staying a game ahead of runnerup Washington in the NFC East, sacked Philadelphia quarter- back Roman Gabriel nine times. Quarterback Jim Hart scored the only touchdown on a one-yard run and Jim Bakken kicked two fourth- quarter field goals. The Redskins, with a three- touchdown burst in the second quarter, roared to a 28-0 half- time lead, then held off the Cowboys. Joe Theismann, substituting for quarterback Billy Kilmer in a running situation, ran in for a three-yard touchdown in the first quarter. In the second, Charlie Evans ran in from six yards out, Ken Houston raced 58 yards for a touchdown on a punt return and Kilmer hit Roy Jefferson with a 31-yard scoring strike. Pittsburgh ended a 10-year Cleveland Stadium jinx by beating the Browns. There were 13 turnovers. The 12th was the big one. Cleveland quarterback Brian Sipe fumbl- ed midway in the fourth quarter, Joe Greene recovered it for Pittsburgh, then he pitched it to J.T. Thomas who went 14 yards for the touchdown that broke a 16- 16 tie. WE'RE HERE PETROLEUM DIVISION IN PICTURE BUTTE Come in and say Come in and get ac- quainted. Come in and discover the finest in petroleum products and the best in farm pe- troleum service. TUESDAY, NOV. 19th COME FOR THE DAY or COME FOR THE EVENING (or stay for both) 11a.m. to 4 p.m. at the service bay Barton Motors Ltd. Door Prizes! Giveaways! Balloons for the Kids! and A HIP OF BEEF BARBECUED FOR YOUR BRUNCH p.m. at ST. 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