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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TOE IETHBRIOGE H6RAID Thursday, November 26, 1970 Runners fail lo gain ground ull brothers pace Hawks iiv Ml'K i-TKlus he had scored more than 30ileft winger scored 17 goals SUff Writer goals for the Hawks. assisted Bothers for _52 When Dennis Ihill jumped dl redly lo Chicago Black Hawks in I'jM from junior ranks, (here was some talk around the Na- tional Hockey League that She only reason" was big brother Bobby. The Golden Jet had just racket) wp 43 goals and 44 as- sists in Ilic M63-6-! season, the fifth consecutive year in which Some people suspected Dennis of rinding a ride on the tail of. his brother's sweater. But since leaving St. Cathar- ines Black Hawks of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A se- ries, Dennis has thrown water on the theory by becoming one of the Hawks' steadiest per- formers. Last season, the 20-year-old Fisclders Inside Hockey BOSTON Bruins President Weston Adams Jr., was saying the oilier day that the basic difference between New York hockey fans and their Boston counterparts was that New Yorkers knew less about the game. The same can be said about American fans generally with the exception of Boston and Canadian hockey spec- tators: only the difference, in this-case, is even more pro- nounced. What brings the point to mind is Hie atrocious attitude Madison Square Garden fans have betrayed in recent years toward Ranger captain Bob Kevin. Every night the Rangers play a home game a signifi- cant number of fans boo, scream and generally harass the 32-year-old right wing as if he were a hated member of the opposition. Kevin's problem, of course, is that Broadway fans prefer someone like Eddie Shack who displays a maxi- mum of flamboyance and a minimum of results. Nevin's tragedy took on even more significance recently during a honre game against Ms former team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. Staling in his typically diligent but unspectac- ular fashion, IS'erin managed to lure the catcalls as il by magnetic attraction. Lale in the game, with UK scored tied, Us New York captain dug the puck out of a corner, moved along the boards and, suddenly, catapulted his wing, Vic Hadfield, into the clear roth a precise pass. Hadfield scored and the Rangers won the game on that goal. However, when the public address announcer broadcast Kevin's name for an assist, the cheers were well-riddled with boos. It's enough to get to a man; especially a senslive one like Nevin who spent four full seasons in Toronto where the audience is considerably more tajwledgtabte than New York's and where his talent was appreciated. An old friend wondered recently just how Kevin felt about the New York fans "liis" fans. "They expect you lo score every single linie you're on the said the native of South Porcupine, Ontario. "Some people think the boos make me try even harder but, ac- tually, I'm always trying to do belter." Kevin's colleagues have a professional appreciation for his talents, and this counts more than the feelings of. ticket- holders, "He's the best defensive player on our says goalie Ed G-aieomin, "and one of the best in the league. He's always looking for his wing and aiwayr, hying to help on defense. Besides, year in mid year out, he's scored between 20 and 30 goals." The boos are no secret to Kevin's teammates either. "From where I stand in the adds Giacomin, "you can't help but hear them. Kevvy's problem is that lie isn't terrifically fast; he doesn't have a booming shot and he doesn't run all over the ice belling people. Some fans think because of that, he's not doing his job." Eangers g.m. coach Emile Francis could prove other- wise very easily. All he'd have to do would be to offer Niveti to another club and the takers would be lined up all the way around the corner. Unknown lo everyone but his teammates and close friends. Bruins' centre Derek Sanderson has been suffering from the same fear of flying that grounded Carl Brewer o! the Ked Wings and, for a time, Gump Worsley, of the North Stars. At one point, late last season, Derek told me he was ready to quit hockey because of this trauma. Now, however, he says he's got it licked. "I bought myself a copy of "The Power of Positive Hunk- he says, "and the amazing tiling is, I got it to work." The day after his first flight to the West coast this year, Sanderson underlined his point by scoring a goal in Uie open- ing minutes of a game against Los Angeles. 71 CORTINA gives 30 plus miles per gallon fetter Stability Front Disc Brakes Easy Handling V Lower Maintenance Costs Durability Plus many more features fc I I I F Down LETHBRIDGE .00 Far Manlh O.A.C >i AVENUE 4 STKEET. lis STRUT t 3.d AVIHUE. UTBGP.IDGE, AUtRTA points, tz less than his best year Ho fired his seventh goal ot this campaign Wednesday night and sparicd the Hawks to a 5-3 win over Munlreal Canadians. In other games Wednesday, Los Angeles Kings dumped Cali- fornia Golden Seals 3-1, Buffalo Sabres and Pittsburgh Penguins played to a 4-4 tie and Pliiladel- Summaries- PITTSBURGH 4 BUFPALQ 4 Flrsf Period 1. Buffalo, ScbmauJz A (Gnyelte, Perceault) 2. Pitts- burgh, McCreary 4 (Bayer, Prcnovosi) Renames McCallxmv An- drea Pratt, Hextall Second Period 3. Buffalo, Per- eaull 9 {Kesnan, Smith) 4, Buf- falo, Marshall 3 (Schmautr, Goyetfe) '-29; 5. Pittsburgh, Hextall 5 (Pren- ice, Batfigate) 6. Pittsburgh, 2 (Schinket, preatlcel Buffalo, Marshall 4 (Goyeile, An- derson) Penalties Morrison Smith Barrie Hex- 1aU Third Period 8. Pittsburgh, Sather (Schock, 3athgate} Pf3tf Shots on seal fey: 7 s Pittsburgh H 1! PHILADELPHIA 3 NEW YORK 1 Firsi Period 1. Hew Balcn 10 (KrulleM, Heiison) 2. dslphia, L. Hillntan (Johnson. Mor- rison) Penallies Gendren Tkaczuk Bernicr, Irvine double "nors Lesuk, Park majors Second Perrod-3- Phlladerphfa, Keily 1 (W. Hiliman, Clarke) irowr? Johnson Third Period 4. Philadelphia, Ber- ler S (Lesuk, Parent) Penalties shois' on goal byi ew Vork 8 10 Philadelphia Artendar CHICAGO 5 MONTREAL 3 First Period 1, Chicago, D. Hot! 7 (Mikita, SSaplelon) 2. Montreal, EelivcBU 5 {Tardif, Cournoyer) Chtcago, Campbeii 9 (Mikita, R. Penalties MaHovlich, Harpsr Siiniyr, MfkiSa, misconduct Bouchard I Second Period four wins moved the Sabres into a last-place deadlock with To ronto Maple Leafs in the East Division, each with 11 points. Rookie Bob Kelly celebrated his 20th birthday at Philadel- phia by scoring the winning goal early in the second period against the Hangers. The win snapped a string of seven ties between the two clubs and New York's four-game winning streak. At Oakland, Mike Byers whipped in two goals as the Kings broke a string of five suc- cessive losses. The loss was the Seals' fifth in a row. After a scoreless first period, Hie Rings pumped in two in the second period and one in the third before California broke Dennis DeJordy's shutout bid with less than three minutes left in the game. PUNCH ADDS EX-LEAFS Elsewhere in the league, the Sabres announced that they had acquired veteran wingers Dick Duff and Eddie Shack from Los Angeles. Both Duff, 34, and Shack, 33, played for Sabre general-niana- ;er-coach Punch Imlach when he held the same jobs with To- ronto. The Kings are lo be given a Buffalo player to be named iater, -and future considerations. But Imlaeh said: "We won't give Ihem a draft choice or one of our younger players." At Boston, the Bruins called up centre Ivan Boldirev from their Oklahoma City farm club in case the injured Fred Stan- field is unable to play against Chicago there tonight. Minnesota North Star Danny Lawson will remain in hospital a couple of days at Vancouver after suffering a fractured jaw Tuesday when the Canucks downed the North Stars 3-2. In other games tonight, Van- couver travels to Detroit to meet the Red Wings, Toronto tangles with the Blues at St. Louis and the Sabres play host to the Rangers. Minor Puck In Pee Wee action the Vik- ings led by Jeff Takeyasu's two goals had plenty to blank the Bears 3-0. Ross Matheson got tire other Viking marker while Troy Dick- son was credited with the shut- out. Reno Trentini rammed in three goals as the Mustangs humiliated the Nuggets 7-0 in Bantam B action. Hod Hawkins was second in line for the Mustangs as Ire chipped in with two goals while Bin" Ross and Brian West bang- ed in a goal each. Rod Olsaski gained a well deserved shutout. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL JUNIORS Vi Yurkowski W; Helen Ludwiq 358: wsroarel Csmuiltil 255; Mary Latar- Ick 751; Ev Krauss Shirley Turn- er 240; Voldene Dewar 234; Marg See- fried 22V; Hocking Nina 221. GOROIES Tunbrldge 31i Bill cka 308 Darwin RomanchuK 2aa Morgan Sparks 388 {6793; Ran- dy Woisioncrofl 282 Sam Gir- ardi 278 Hugh Christie 270; Don ".anla 2W; Bob Hamilton 25Si Dean .ow 260. HOOF AND HORN Jean Passey 274 Herman luesken 258; Bev Thomson 233; DeJaoer 2S3; Jim Arthur 227; Eunice David 212; Dave Carlson 308; Jean Kazaca 307; Garth Passey 21-f; tynn Lengyel FREEL'S Marg Smith 33! Helen Cavers Dariene Csaki 243; Mary nofrychuk 234; Anne 213; Flo Rollingson 333; Jean Koskoski 247; Grace Beard 238; Isabel Orslen 209. CONDITION GOOD VANCOUVER (OF) Dauny Lawson, Minneapolis North Stars' right winger, victim of a nigged body check Oirown by Vancouver Canucks Pat Quinn in Tuesday's National Hockey League game here, will be in hospital a couple more days. LAS VEGAS Fly with us December 6, 1970 S ef luxury Jei Air Fare Accommodation All Meals Beverages and Cocktail Shows All inclusivi for only 9 wO from Colgory OP8N RETURN TICKFT SUN-FUN HOLIDAYS CALGARY PHONE 262-3645 KEY FIGURES IN TITLE DEFENCE Raymond Comets will open defence of their Southern Alberta High School Basketball title Friday evening and expected to be key figures in coach Bob Gibb's plans are these five players. From left to right are Rick Smith, Wolf Zcbell, Monte Court, In the centre lloyd Fairbanks and Gary Williams. coach Gibb. Comets meet Catholic Central Cougars in Lethbridge, Medicine Hat is in Cardston to meet ihe Cougars and LCI Rams play host to Magrath Zeniths. All gomes are set for 8 p.m. with a "B" boys game set for Bottlers gain first victory The M and K Generals kept up with the fast skating o f b of L Cliinooks for two periods, but lost their legs in the third as the Chuipolts cruis- ed to a easy 6-0 triumph last evening. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of the evening in the City Recreation Hockey League Purity Bottling picked up then- first victory of the season out- lasting St. Basil's 5-4. In the General Chinook con- test the clubs went out into the third period 0 0. Finally at the mark of. the final frame Stan Liebrecht broke the ice taking advantage of a re- Canada drops fifth game CABCAGENA, Colombia struck for eight rrais in the first three innings and coasted to a 104 victory over Canada Wednesday fa the world amateur baseball champi- onships. It was Canada's fifth toss in five games in the tournament. In other games Wednesday, defending champion Cuba crushed Holland 10-1 to win its fifth straight game, Nicaragua defeated Italy 6-2 and Venezuela beat The Netherlands Antilles 7-2. Canadian starter Glennis Scott of Brandon, Man., couldn't tame the Colombians, who got nine hits in the first three in- nings. Reliever Roy Rowley of Moose Jaw., Sask., pitched the last three innings, yielding sot hits and two runs. Colombian pitcher Orlando Garcia went the distance for the winners, scattering seven hits. Three of the Canadian runs came in the last inning. Shortstop Dave McKay of Vancouver hit a single, double and a triple for Canada and scored twee. McKay, 20, leads the Canadian team with five hits. Yves Bianchard of Montreal collected one hit Wednesday and now has four. bound and put lire Cliinooks one' up. In a span of two aiid 57 sec- onds Ken Magwood, Gary Smith, Al Johnson, Keith Mae- Donald and Dennis Allen rammed in the remaining Chi- nooks markers. The Generals were assessed seven of the twelve penalties called ia the 60 minutes of play. In the second encounter Angie Mauro at the mark broke out in front of the net and sank St. Basil's chance for a victory. The Bottlers held period scores of 2 0 and 2-1 while St. Basil's received sis the eleven penalties called in the contest. Cliff Block flipped in two goals while Ken Kristjanson, Dennis Oberg and Rick Dietzen rounded out the Bottlers re- maining goals. For St. Basil's, Brian Murkin notched two and was aided by Jerry Heck and Dick Cusson with a goal apiece. Action resumes tonight when the Generals will tangle with the Labor Club at p.m. Campus Kings post victory Campus Kings and Tom's recorded victories in the City Men's Basketball League Wednesday evening. Kings dOTned the Redskins 90-82 while Tom's thumped Great West Tire 86-37. Paul Blogardou led the Kings with 21 points while Ken Cher- vinski followed with 20, Ken McKenzic rammed in 27 for the Redskins. AUen Pard add- ed 15. Tn the second gams Bob Whitehead paced Tom's with 21 points. Bryan Leavitt man- aged 16. Dennis Gibb was top maji for Great West Tire with nine points. Doug's continues to lead the eight-team league with seven wins in as many outings. Roifs follow with five wins and two losses. ANDY CAPP ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Division Boston New York Motif real Vancouver Detroit Toronio Suffais Chicago St. Louis Phlla Minnesota Pittsburgh Los Angeles California ALBERTA .JUNIOR W L T 12 5 10 7 9 10 A 10 S 13 n West Division 5 Id Calgary U t. Red Deer 10 3 LetfibHdtje 10 7 Edm. Mapie Us S 8 ponoka 5 W Edm. Movers 2 16 CENTRAL. LEAGUE W L. T Omahs..... Okla. City Fort Worth Dallas....... Kansas Cily Tulsa AmariMo...... 'i AMERiCAK LEftSUE East Division w L r Providence .1 Springfield Quebec Montreal W L T F A PiS 99 64 29 86 59 24 23 60 89 17 52 86 11