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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD FiitJtiy, November 20, .gams Leafs lose services of Sehvood idlh back injury shows signs of being well on way back Afai.'.'inis, n Ldhbridge native hiis unco again been given the nod lo handle master of ceremony duties at the llllh annual Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner F-cbruary 6 at (ho Exhibition Pavilion. It marks the fifth lime Afa- ganis lias been chosen for the Entire team suspended NEW YORK (AP) A spe- cial meeting has been called for Monday night lo deter- mine the fate of 14 players of the Nashville Dixie Flyers who were suspended indefi- nitely by the Eastern Hockey League. Tom Lockharl. the- league's p r e s i d e n I, made the an- nouncement Thursday night after the players had been suspended earlier in Ihc day for not showing up for o scheduled game against Char- lotte Tuesday night. The players had gone on strike Monday in a dispute over fines, medical treatment and travel conditions but had voted lo end the strike Wednesday. job and is in keeping with the Kinsmen policy of always having a native son handle the honors. Afaganis is recognized as one of Canada's leading sportscas- ters. He has long been the color man on CBC football telecasts in Western Canada and has covered a variety of interna- tional sports events such as the Olympic Games, the World Amateur Hockey Champion- ships and amateur and profes- sional golf tournaments in both Canada and the United States. He attended school in Leth- bridge. graduating from the Ldhbridgc Collegiate before entering Eastern Washington University. Upon graduation he entered the radio and television field in Edmonton where he his resided for the past 17 vears. By T1IK CANADIAN I'HESS When Serge Savard broke his I leg in three places in n National 11 o c k c y League game last March, 41 o n t r e a I Canadiens broke a 22-year siring of Stan- ley Cup appearances. The Canadicns, niiinis the services of the 210-pound de- ten c e m a n, and York i Hangers closed Ihc season with 192 points each bill (ho Rangers took fourth spot in Ihc final standings by a two-goal margin over Montreal. "There was a time when 1 was afraid f wouldn't play Savard said earlier this year. "Tho break was moving inside and it wasn't until August that I was encouraged." Savard got the green light to start skating shortly after the start oE training camp and joined the team for scrimmages the last week of October. The Conn Smyllte Trophy win- ner, as the outstanding per- former in the 1860 playoffs, re- joined the Habs Nov. 7, when Ihc Canadiens walloped Buffalo S'abrcs 11-2. Savard picked up an assisl. Bnl Thursday night, Savard, who scored 12 goals and 19 as- sists before last season's injury, gave every indication that he was back to aid Montreal in this year's Stanley Cup quest when SI'AIIMA RELEASED MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Expos announced Thursday they have released veteran right handed pitcher Joe Sparma to Winnipeg Whips of the International League. Sparma, 23, was acquired by the Expos from Detroit Tigers of the American League in a straight player swap for Jerry .Robertson, another right-handed burler. WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE TABiR CIVIC CENTRE The game scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 21st, 9 p.m., between Flin Bombers vs Medicine Hat Tigers HAS BEEN CANCELLED ADVANCE TICKET SAtES IETHBRIDGE: SAFEWAY STORE, I3lh St. Olid 3rd Avc. S. TABER: ODDIE'S CENTRAl DRUGS SUPERMARKET FOOD BAR Ride a scorpion Stinger A product of Scorpion Inc, nsnufacluier of ths famous Scorpion Snowmobiles. In Wiiltm tttiit by BAROTTO SPORTS LTD, r.iii S.E., Caljtiy II, Alktm. TiMmn 24X7114 OTIIK OKAt IMOnO f KOOUCIS SIRVKISl OHS It GEM ACCESSORIES 5AC1HG FCOOUCT3 IL OSl fl VI.OTZ CHEMICAL RACIHG OIL AND ADDITIVES p CLCmUHG a CCW ANO SACK1 DYHAttOMEfES M 'if HOPAKA WOIOP, W15ECO V SHOBI 51EIGH PARTS CYCtSS i he fired his first two goals of he season as the Canadiens clipped Toronto Maple Leafs 5- In oilier action Thursday, St. ouis Blues edged Pittsburgh Penguins 1-0 and Philadelphia Ttyars dumped California aolclcn Seals 0-2. Al Montreal, the Canadiens Summaries ST. iOUIS I PITTSBURGH 0 First Period No Penal- 'Its St. Marseille Hexfati McCallum Second Period T, St. Louis, 3or- detesu 5 Penalties BarbaruX St. Marseille Harbsruk Third Period No scoring. Penal- cs Picar-d G. Morrissn McCalluni Shots on goal by St. Louis Pittsburgh...... MONTREAL J TORONTO 1 THE CENTRE OF THEIR ATTENTION-The University of lelhbriclge Cbinooks, six of Them that is, have their eyes focused on the basket, the centre of their attention tonight at the Civic Centre when they meet the University of Win- nipeg at eight o'clock in the first game of ths Western Canada Athletic Association Basketball League. With eyes up, clockwise, are coach Logan Tair, Randy Milner, Clark Sloan, Tim Tollestrup, Brian Sanders, Peter Hague and Peter Koochin. Fraser sets penalty records Stampeders deadlock First Period 1. Montreal. Sa'.'ard 1 3-49; 3 Toronto 5 (Keonl 6-42; 3, Montreal, Msfiovlictl 9 (Ri- chard, 4. Montreal, Savard 2 penalties cournoyer Selwood Second Period 1 Montreal, Red- mend 9 (Ferguson, Richard) Pen- alties B3un Cournoyer Ferguson Third Period 6. Monlreal, Mahov- ch 10 (Richard, Harper) Penal- e5 Harper Lapoinle Shols on goal by Toronto S Monlreal ..........17 11 3-32 613. PHILADELPHIA t CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1. Philadelphia, John- son 1 (Ashbec, Lssuk) 2. Phila- delphia. Johnson 3 EAshboc, Bernier) Penalties tasuk Second Period 3. Philadelp h 1 a, Clarke 6 (Gerulron) 4. California, Hicke 2 (Hampton, Howell) Philadelphia Johnson 4 {L. Hill- in, Bernier) Penalties B. HicM Heiskala Ashbee Third Period California, Eh- 2 (Roberts, Hntalll 7. Phil- adelphia, Bernier 6 (Johnson) B. Philadelphia, l (Watson) Penalties Lasuk Shots on goal by Philadelphia U 1J-M California 1 Stump elected PINCHER CREEK (Special) Don Stamp of Brocket, has been named president of the Pass Hockey League this year with Frank Boncrtz of Piucher Creek as vice-presideut, and Peter Cresswell secretary-trea- surer. The league has applied far membership in the Alberta Hockey Association and this could guarantee a season of ex- ceptional hockey lor local fans. CALGARY (CP) Bill Fra- ser of Calgary Cougars set two records for penalties as the Cougars and Ponoka Stara- peders battled to a G-fi lie in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Thursday night Fraser set the AJHL records after a scuffle with Ponoka's Brian Leiatham early in the third period. Fraser set the record for the most penalty minutes by one player in one period and the most penalty minutes by one player in a game. He collected a total of 37 minutes on a game miscon- duct, two ID-minute miscon- ducts and a five-minute major for fighting and a minor. Ed Lychak scored a goal in each period to pace the Stam- psders in their comeback, while teammates Evan McPhe- dian scored two goals and Doug Topley got the other. Rob Lcguillo'tix scored two goals and counted four assists to lead the Cougars. His six- point output earned him lead- ership in the scoring race with 33 points, three more than Lanny McDonald of Lethbridge Sugar Kings. Barrcll Goss scored two goals and Howie Colborne and Ian Hunter counted singles to complete the Cougar scaring. The teams were tied 2-2 alter Minor hockey Tfe Cougars doublet! the score on the and reg- istered a 4-2 victory in Bantam B action last night. Richard Shardlow banged hi three goals and Ken Siebert one for the winners while Fran DecosSe and Andrew Hunt tal- lied for the Mustangs. Meanwhile in Bantam A ac- tion the Maple Leafs bounced the Black Hawks 8-0. Staecy Pisco scored twice while Craig Brown, Paul Oul- kttc, Scott Davies ami Ron A n s t r i n g managed a goal apiece. Rod Snopek and Darren Danish team in ions Just how good is Uic calibre of Thomas Cup badminton? Lethbridge badminton enthu- siasts will gel a chance to find Our Mickey Is 110 Mouse! out nest Wednesday evening w h c n the four-man .Denmark Thomas Cup team makes an exhibition appearancs in Leth- bridgc. Members of tho Danish team are E1 Hansen, 24, Klaas 1 Kaagaard, 27, Tom Bacher, 29 j and Poul Petersen. The exhibition matches, co- I sponsored by the Lethb ridge Community- College and the i Lethbridge Badminton Club, I will be held at the LCC .gym commencing at eight o'clock. I Tickets, set at for adults i and 75 cents for students can j be o I) t a i n e d at Doug's, Kiiuura's or tho LCC switch- board. Ilansen and Kaagaard arc J both world-class singles play- ers while Bacher and Peterson I are co-holders of Hie All Eng- land doubles crown. Tile lour opened in Grand Falls, Nowfundland and will conclude in Regina, Saskatch- I cwan. The one-day stop in Lethbridge is the only one in Alberta. liamage each scored luiee as (lie Tigers blanked the Falcons s o in Pee Wee action Thurs- day. David Watson and Ian Ennis completed the scoring for the winners with singletons. The shutout went lo Mark Tokar- iuk. A pair of first period goals by Heg Osmond started the A.C.T. on their -svay lo a 7 2 triumph over the Comets in Midget league play. Other A.C.T. marksmen were Barrel Osmond, Pierre Lavarrato, Joe Meli, Dennis Takahashi and Bayden Pilling. Hick Kirk accounted (or both goals for the Comets. the opening period and the Stampeders lead 4-3 after two. Calgary took eleven of the 18 penalties. In Edmonton Thursday the vastly improved Maplft Leafs trounced Ihe Movers 10-3 be- fore 400 fans. Cliiiiooks trim St. Basil's The U of L. Chinooks picked up a hard fought 3-1 victory over St. Basil's in the only game scheduled in the City Recreation Hockey League last evening. After two scoreless periods Gary Canadtoe put St. Basil's ahead 1-0 at the mark of the final stanza, but not for long as Jerry LeGrandeur tied up the contest just three min- utes later and was quickly lol- lowed by Tin? JVegrello with the winning marker. Dennis Allen finally notched the insurance marker to round out the scor- ing. Canadian Schcnley Golden Wedding Canadian Whisky More sport on page 16 Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Ma0rafh Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial OH Prodvcrs 9 Fiilibig Licence! Stereo Tapes 9 Gordon Supplies Cnmpfire Equipment Fishing SuppHcn Supplies For your convenience lieddqoarlers for: HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Mogralh Drive Phono 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. liconsfid Mechanic On Duly Monday fhru Friday. 8 jumped lo a 3-1 first-period lead and added goals m the second and third periods to keep To- ronto in the East Division cellar with eight points, two back of Buffalo Sabres. Tlic win moved Montreal out in front in the division stand- ings, one point ahead of bolh Boston Bruins and New York Rangers, both with 22 points. To add to the Leaf troubles, rookie Brad Selwood apparently suffered a back injury midway through the second period when lie and Savard collided against the goal post at the side of the Toronto net. Selwood was removed from the ice on a stretcher and taken to a Montreal hospital where Jim Gregory, Leaf general manager, said a preliminary ex- amination indicated no spinal damage. However, Gregory said last season's Western Hockey League Rookie of the Year would remain in hospital over- night for further tests. At Pittsburgh, Christian Bor- deleau's fifth goal of the season near the end of the second pe- riod provided St. Louis with the victory, MISCUE CAUSES GOAL The goal came when Duane Hupp, the last Penguin defender between goalie Al Smith and Bordcfeau, fumbled the puck (and the former Montreal Cana- dien stole it. "I just gave him the deke and lie just opened his Borde- leau said. Penguin coach Red Kelly had other words for the goal. "We have the puck at centre ice. then we take it back to our they put It in the net. The Blues would have been happy with a Ue. They check, wait for our mis- lakes. They finally got a platter." At Philadelphia, Jimmy John- son, playing his first game at right wing, scored three goals in the Flyers victory. The three-year veteran, who normally plays centre, had only one goal this season before Thursday night, In the only league game to- night, Los Angelas Kings meet the Penguins at Vancouver. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES iNHL LEADERS! Monacal Boston New York Defrflit Buffalo Toronto W ...IB 11 4 12 West Division Chkago.......10 3 Si, Louis 9' 3 phila...... Minnesota Los Angeles Pittsburgh California.....! AtBERTA JUNIOR W t T Calgary LeShbridge Red Deer Edm. Leafs.. Poncka Edm. Movers AMERICAN t6A' East 1 A 7 7 .1 7 11 10 4 11 P A PtS 59 -41 23 ;i 40 n 3-1 22 5.1 70 15 SO 55 13 32 64 10 45 62 8 5S 34 3S 59 V3 37 37 13 43 1? .i? A7 15 Al U 41 -51 1! F A Pis. 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