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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 3i6 THS IETH8RIOGE MERAIP FrWny, November 17, 1970 Boston increases division lead Mies take over, pace Red Wings F.T IAN MncLAINE I Hockey League, but Ural cloesn'l Tamilian i'rrsa Staff Wrilor alter the fact they played key Names like Jerry Hart, Larry roles in Detroit Thursday night. Brown Serge Lajetmesse and The four Red Wing rookie de- Tim Nickamp don't ring many fence me n provided a solid hells around tho N a t i o n a 1 j enough front for goaltender Roy Edwards as the injury-riddled Detroiters dumped Vancouver Canucks 4-2 to tighten their bat- tle for fourth place in the East Division standings. Hart's second goal ol the sea- son in the middle period proved to be the as Detroit moved to within four points of tho Canucks and six of third- place Montreal Canadiens who were Idle Thursday. BREAK UP FIGHT Officials break up a fight be- tween Boston Bruins' Don Awrey (26) and Keith Mag- nuson of tho Chicago Black Hawks Thursday night in Boston. Bruins edged the Hawks 3-2 to Increase their division lead. Carbo edged by three votes orton captures rookie honors NEW YORK 'API Carl Morton of Montreal Expos, an outfielder who could pilch better than he hit, was named the Na- tional League Rookie of the Year today, edging Cincinnati Reds' Bernie Carbo by three votes. Morton, who tamed to an IB- 11 record for the last place Expos, attracted 11 votes from the 34-man cominittee of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Carbo, a hard-hitting left fielder, had eight. The 28-year-old right-hander j thus became the first member of the Expos to win a major award after they had picked him 23rd out oE 30 selections in the 1968 expansion draft. Morton, the fifth pitcher to "win the award since it was orig- inated in 1949. was dratted from Atlanta Braves, who signed him originally as an outfielder. Hn gave that up after hitting .239 in 1865 with West Palm Beach in the Florida State League and .227 with Kingston in the Caro- lina League in 1966. As a pitcher, he had a 10-9 mark with Kinston in 1967, then 1S-5 in 1968 with Shreveport. He was 0-3 in 1869 with Montreal before being sent to Vancouver Mounties where he had an 8-6 mark. Last spring, he started the Bowling scores FOR SNOW ICE REMOVAL USE X 73 HARMIESS TO SHRUBS, GRASS, CEMENT, ASPHAIT, CARPET. For more information PHONE 328-5403 OR 824-3373 -CAPRI BOWt WED, MORNINO COFFEE Mel Robertson 2JO. Oorcfhy Idgs 229 June Taylor 225, Gloria Pearson 226, Mary Anne.Hubert 219, Jana Doer 217, Glory PadGrson 209. MARTINiZSHG Mass Goshinmon 299 P a t Henderson 275, Shirley McLelisn 273, Marion McHeelV 246, Josn BHistt 247, Marg Smith 226, Berries Hay 238, Eileen Carter 220, Ma be! StucKert 216, Isabella Bergmon 215. GREEN'S SHOES John Rempel 31-1 Jock Mul- grew 327 LEW MHIs W3 Jim Hrga 288 Leon ChecKryn 298 Marlon1 Guzik 350 Dot Mryashlro 3QB Irene 278 Phy! Harrison 273 Dena Smith 286 EAGLES Kathy Ludwig 27d Svelyn Groves 222, Josle Petrunla 333, yi Price 226, Olga LaRoque m, Mary Sjpulak 23S Norman MHNsr 215, Gaa Zaryckt 233, Cyril Bsrueif 249 -John LaRoque SENIOR CITIZENS Ruby Oseen 261; Jack Nunwsller 352; Bill Jensen 2-iP; Roy uvalley 347; Henry Brown 223; Un Mifner 245; 7cm Archbold 235; Jim Whalan 210; Henry Bechfhald 212; Mali Bern- fiarf 214. HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Tom Adams 580; Eleanor Fenton 233; Valer 237; Rsndy Wolston- crofJ- 274 Rae Mcnsch 245 GREY CUP PARTY NOV. 28th- 10 a.m. Rivera Room II COLD BUFFET I All YOU CAN EAT COLOR TV REFRESHMENTS SiPAEKPLlZAl MOTOR HOTEL: AMD RESTAURANT OFFERING YOU THE HMESf IN CAIE8INO FACIIITIES UPGE OR SMAll WE CATER TO THEM Ml PHONE 328-2366 FOR RESERVATIONS lOlh AVENUE AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE i Sherry Clark May Hieherf Linda Malcomson 311 Barry Martin sea Salmon Abe Mary Wishnevski 239; Bob Spider 253; Karlyti 266 ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Mary Berger 205; Marg Derbyshire 226; Rose NlcolaV 23S; Viola Bach- meler 217; Oorofhv Watheson 270 Percy Smith 261; Myrnfl Moul- fon 219; John Krcl 208. PRE-8U1LT SOCIAL Joe Hart Lsyreila Loof 219; Brad Elder 289; Fays Teruya 210; AAilon Rombough S42; Isabel Orstcn 253 Marilyn Chrlsfensen 209; Bill Feldbuscf) 215; Karl Noack 231; Tim Burk 216; Evelyn Oarreft 50J; Ron Ramls 223; Carole Fedbusch 323. NU MODE HOMES Kay Wheeler 273; Vaverne Schow 357; Mary Wishnevski 149; Etoise Ives 236; Ruby McDonald 23-f; Margs Hughes 528; Emma Gitmey Marge R.oss Bev Henderson 292i Chris Ell 220, 5UNOQUIST Pat Plomp 374 Vera Nlcholls ?Mf Linda Hovey 248; Betty Diohne 24a; Lorrl Johnson 231; Sharon Bo- binlc 229; Leah Gerfa 239; Marie Smith 227; Pat TonsSaH 219j Peggy Ginzi 215; Doreen Wlison 215, HENRY HOMES Ray Decalre W; Fran A. Beresnak 213; Fred Omelusik 255; Jim Wright 289 Hugh 239; Beneth Doram 235; Henry Gretzinger 245; Bruce Canfteld 270; Lydla Geworsky 226; George Alexander 253 Rita Cemulin! 522; HazeJ Alexander 222; Mel Lahtl 244. 4CCA Mike Tobo ISO Tom Urano 294; Tom Hirashlma 272 Its Tanaka 293; Wimp Nakamura 270 Yutaka Tsubaic! 261; Tak Kala- kami 303 Nancy Katkaml 206; Carol Fujila 175; Betly Tomiyama 717; Pat Tobo Fays Urano 277; Ken Kamitomo 305; Fujita Fudge Tomiyama 399. season with the Expos and soon became the ace of the statf, pitching 284 iniwigs, completing 10 games, throwing four shut- outs and recording a 3.60 earned run average, The six-foot, 200-pouwder is only the Ihird player pa an ex- pansion team to gain rookie Seaver did it for New York Mets in 3967 and Lou Piniella of Kansas City Royals on iii UIQ American. League last year. Thurman Munson was named the American League top rookie for 1970 Wednesday. Larry Philadelphia fine defensive shortstop who hit .250 and stole 25 bases, drew three votes. Pitcher Wayne Simpson of Cincinnati and centre-fielder Cedar Cedeno oi Houston Astros each got one vote. Twelfth mail tackled Holin TAMPA, Fla. CAP) Hous- ton comerback Nick Holm was steaming down tte side- lines with an intercepted pass when a leg shot out from Florida State bench and he went sprawling. Dan Whitehurst had struck again. The 215-pound sophomore Florida State linebacker from Adel, Ga.t confessed: "I got excited. T pulled the same thing in high school. That was against Camilla, and they gave the runner a touchdown." ANDY CAPP COUUS GO FOR DWER THINK THEY'RE "S 'TOGETHER, HEf-ARE -fOUTWO In olhcr games, goaltader Ernio Wakely and St. louis Blues continued to dominate East Division teams this year with a 1-0 victory over Toronto Maple Leafs, rookie Gil Per- rcault's 10th goal of His season pulled Buffalo Sabres into a 2-2 tie with New York Bangers, and Boston Bruins nearly blew a Ouree-goal lead before tripping Qiieago Black Hawks 3-2, At Detroit, the Red Wings played without injured super- star Gordie Howe and veteran defencemen Gary Bergman and Ron Harris. But the rookie defenders and veteran Dale Rolfe were equal to the occasion. Niekamp, a na- tive of Detroit, was making his first start with the Bed Wings after being called up from Balti- more Clippers of the American League. Edwards was particularly sharp on several Canuck shots early in the game. He turned aside 25 but lost his shutout bid at of the third period when Andre Boudrias notched his nth of the season with the Wings holding a 3-0 lead. Defence man Bob Plager scored on a 35-fopter in the sec- ond period for the only scoring in the game at St. Louis, mov- ing the Blues to within two points of West Division-leading Chicago and giving them a 8-1-2 won-loss-tied mark against East Division teams this season. Toronto goaltender Jacques Plante, long a favorite in St. Louis before going to Toronto last summer, was given a standing ovation by the St. Louis Arena patrons when he stepped on the ice for Toron- to's first visit of the schedule. He matched Wakely in lie first period, turning aside Ib shots, but couldn't handle Pla- ger's long shot at of the second period alter the St. Louis defenceman intercepted a To- ronto pass. Perreault's goal late to ths second period at Buffalo cli- maxed a Buffalo comeback which moved the Sabres into sixth place m the East, one point ahead of Toronto. Veterans Bob Nevin and Jean Rateile had moved the Hangers into a 2-0 lead in the first pe- riod, but Sabres goalie Roger Crozier stopped them cold in the final 40 minutes as he turned aside 39 shots, 18 in llie last pe- riod, ORR SCORES Bobby OIT, John McKenzie and Johnny Bucyk sent the Brains winging on home ice, but they were forced to hold on be- fore snapping Chicago's beaten string at 10 games. Montreal received unwelcoine news Thursday when it was dis- closed Jean Beliveau had been sent to hospital with circulatory trouble in his right teg. A dub spokesman said the veteran centre and team captain would miss Montreal's weekend games against Pittsburgh Penguins and Detroit. In Halifax, Montreal general manager Sam Pollock said "five or sbc" teams were negoti- ating for the services of Ralph Backstrom who retired before the season started after 16 years in the Canadiens' organi- zation. DETROIT i VANCOUVER First Pericd 1. Dalroif, osa 3 (Luce, miucMiu) 2. Dalroif Mahnvllcti 7 (Brown) Realities Romie Kurten. back S-.12, Corrlgan i'M, Volmar 'second Period 3. Detroit, Hart (Connelly, Volrnar) PenaltL- Quinn Webster Kurten- bach Third Period J. Vancouver, Saud- rlas 11 (Poplel, S. Detroit, Webster 6 (Mahoyllch, Del- yecchio} 6. Vancouver, Popeil 4 (Boudrias, Palement) Penalties shots on goal by Vancouver.......... Detroit J 1" Attendance BOSTON 3 CHICAGO 2 First Period I. Boston, Orr 7 (Esposlto, a. Smith) 1. Boston, McKenzie S (Sanderson) 3. Bos ton, aucyk 14 (Orr, Esposito) Penalties Awrey, Magmjson double minors McKeniie Cashman Angotll Castimen Koroli Esposlto, Nesterenfco Bailey misconduct, game mis- conduct Second Period No scoring. Pen- alties B. Hull Magnuson Esposilo Third Period i Chicajo, D. Hull S (B. Hull, staoleton) 5. Chicago, Koroil 7 (D. Hull, Mikita) Penal- ties Magnuson, mflior sr.d mlscon- duct, Maloney, vnaior, San. derson, malor R. Smith, major, Deslardlns Johnston Shots on goal by Chicago............. S Boston 17 13 Attendance BUFFALO 2 NEW YORK 5 First Period I. New York, Nevin 4 (Demarco) 2. New York, pat- elle 11 (Neilson, Balon) Penal- ties Tkaczuk Hamilton Park Fleming Gilbert Pratt Second Pericd 3. Buffalo, Meehan 5 (Andrea, Keenan) 4. ByfK-jlo, Perreault 10 (Smith) Penalties lynch TkaczuK Gil- bert Barrie minors, Third Period Mo scorinq. Penal- lit', McMahon Watson Shots on goal by Ntw York U l> .....e 7-74 ionlflncfl ST. tOUIS 1 TORONTO ft First Period No scoring. Penal- es None. Second Period 1. St. Louis, P.. laser 1, Penally Henderson Ttilrd Period No'lcorlng. Penalty Shols on goal by Toronto ts a SI, Louis.......... 1! SATURDAY CHRISTMAS WRAP Assorted Christmas poper. 8 rolls. Total Reg. Woalco Price SALE 1.99 SAVE .50 WlilARDS ASSORTED BOXED CHOCOLATES 12-or. box. Chocolates for that iittls extra gift, limit 2 per customer. SALE HO9 Reg. Woolco Price 1.19 SAVE .88 BOXID STATIONERY Includes 26 evebpes and 36 folded sheeU of x 7" paper- in a reusable en- graved box' >vHh 2 drawers. Reg. Woolco Price SALE 1.99 SAVE TO 1.11 MUGS ON A TREE Six decorator mugs on a tree-like stand. Saves cupboard space. Reg. Woolco Price 2.99 and 4.77 SALE I .98 3.DD SAVE TO .52 NOVELTY BASKETS Great for up-coming festive season for candy, fruit and nuts. Assorted bright colors, Reg. Woolco Price .66 la SALE .44 to 1 .47 SAVE .51 GLASS ORNAMENTS Brilliant Christmas tree In Bright Yellow, 2-tana Green and Blue, and Blunt Red. Reg. Woolco Prico .99. SAVE .85 IAD1ES' ACRYLIC HAT AND SCARF SETS Knitted fam and scarves in solid colon and striped designs. Grey, Burgundy, Beige, Green. Reg. Woolco Price 3.84. SALE 2.99 SAVE 1.68 LADIES' PULLOVERS AND CARDIGANS Many styles to choose from. Turquoise, White, Charcoal, Pink, Salmon. Siiiej S, M, L. Reg. Woolco Price 5.67. SAIE 3.99 SAVE 14.33 LADIES' 2-PIECE KNITTED SUITS 4 stylos to choosa from. in Holy. Sizes 1! to 18. Reg. Woolco Price 34.33. SAIE S20 SAVE DRESSY COATS Fur collar, 6 buMon front. Black, Brown. Sizes 12 to 18. Reg. Woolco Price SALE S45 MODEL KITS Assorted orrplans models. An Ideal stocking stuff or. Two Jo a package, Opsn Monday nnd Tuesday 9 a.m, Thursday ant! fridov 9 a.m. to SPECIALS .22 LONG RIFLE CARTRIDGES Sellior and 20 cartridges to a box. SAVE 4.96 HA1ESETT1R VANITY CASES For the new look in hair styling and make-up. 20 curlers in 3 sizes for quick, smart hair styles. Includes lighted vonity mirror. Cornolelely portable, smartly styled in Willow Green and Bone While. Reg. Woolco Prica 29.95, SALE .99 WOOICO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AITA.) LTD. A Division of tbs Dominion Citrus Company Limited. RESDAN 1 Counts bettlo of dandruff treatment. R00. Wooico 1.93. SALE 1.49 SAVE 1.09 .BOYS' INSTRUCTOR SKI JACKETS Halt pile, holf quill lining. Hidden hood, oil around bell, knitted storm cuffs. Blue, Gold, Green. Sizes 8 to 16. Reg. Woolcs Price 9.97. SALE 8.88 SAVE TO 19.90 MEN'S LEATHER COATS Genuine borg zrpout lining. Sirtgls and double breasted styles. Safin lining m sloeves, two front pockets. Leather cover- buttons. Brown, Block. 36 fa 46. Reg. Woolco Price 68.88 to 119.88 SALE FROM THE SMOKE SHOP SAVE 1.61 SUPERMATIC CIGARETTE MACHINES Make up 300 cigareltw per hour, flick tha switch for plain-end and for filter- lip cigarettes. Reg. Woolco PritB 12.49, SALE 10.88 SAVE .60 iADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPERS Vinyl pearliied finish. Pink, Blue. Sizes 4 to 10. Reg. Wooleo Prico 2.97. SALE 2.371 SAVE 2.20 LADIES' CASUAL SHOES or loafer styles. Red, Blue, Cream. Sizes 5 to 10. Reg. Woolco Price 9.97. SAIE 7.77 SAVE 2.20 LADIES' DRESS OR CASUAL SHOES High front style. Black, Prune. Sizes 5 to 10. Reg. Wooico Price 9.97. SALE 7J7 A p.m.; Wednesday 9 n.m. to 1 p.m.i 9 Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;