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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THJ lETHBRIDG! HERALD 13 North Stars take over third place Drouin fitting in just fine NEAR MISS-California Golden Seals' Gary Smith hits the ica to deflect shot from tha stick of Minnesota North Stars' Fred Harvey In a National league game Friday night. North Stan won 3-2. San Francisco hosts Rams West battle reaches showdown By THE ASSOCIATED PRE: San Francisco '49ers, after 21 years of searching, find out Sun day if there roally is gold in th West when they battle Los An geles Rams for the champion ship of California and the Wes em Division in the Nationa Football Conference. Up to this season, nothing lias panned out for the '49ers, wh have yet to win sole possessio of a division title since jointo; the National Football League i Second place for Calgary DULTJTH, Minn. (AP) Thi University of Minnesota-Dulutl overpowered defending cham pion Michigan Tech 6-1 Friday night in the title game of the Christinas City of the North in vitational hockey tournament The University of Calgary tied Michigan Tech for seeonc place in the four-school round- robin tournament. Tech's lone goal came in the third period. Ernie Cape, Mur- ray Jeoganj Lyman Paakstad, Herm Heaslip, Ken Fryer and Chuck Ness scored for Duluth. FOR SNOW ICE REMOVAL USE X 73 HARMLESS TO SHRUBS, GRASS, CEMENT, ASPHALT, CARPET. For more Information PHONE 328-5403 OR 824-3373 1950. Only In 1957 did they man- age a tie for first place, and then lost a playoff to Detroit. But this season, the '49ers have turned into the surprise o the league. After finishing wit a 4-8-2 mark last year, Sa Francisco has rolled up a 7-2- Pats stubborn against Kings By THE CANADIAN PRES Edmonton Oil Kings had i sorts of trouble with the la: olace Regina Pats Frid night, but finally managed come up with a 4-2 victory tha radded" their first-place cushic a the western division. The Pats, at the Dottom lie eastern division with jus six wins in 20 games, matchec he Oil Kings step-for-step f 2% periods but were finally su dued when Doug Kerslak scored two goals for Edmanto m the last eight minutes ilay. Don Kozak started Edmonto on the way chool 'A' Volleyball finals will held in the Erie River High chool Gym in Milk River to- ay. W. R. Myers High School 0 aber and Erie Rivers High .chool of Milk River will mee determine the Zone Repre- fintative at the High Schoo rovincial Finals in Calgary ext Saturday. The girls teams pill clash at 7 p.m. and th >oys games will follow. Th irst team to win three games the best-of-five game mate ill be the Zone Representa ve. Milk River, fresh from a tri tmph in the Medicine Hat In tat i o n a 1 Tournament las eekend, may have an edge in but the Taber team much bigger in a game where ze counts. It should be an ex- jng series. Recommends smaller ball TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Football League Players' Association will recommend Canadian Football League adopt the use of a smaller ball, John Agro, CFLPA executive direc- tor, said Friday. "We think the gays can han- dle a smaller ball better in rough said Agro after a CFLPA meeting that lasted seven hours. "We feel i cut down on fumbles and fum- bles spoil a game." SPORTS FANSI I I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. I Many font don't realize that the Stanley Cup hat been I won by a team In Canada 13 in tha last 15 yeort, iav- I ian he could have more goals ivith old slick Bobby Hull upset, liked curved blade CHICAGO (AP) Bobby Hull, Chicago Black Hawks' !olden Jet, would like to ex- plode one his blurring shots at the National Hockey League rules committee for aking the big curve out of Ma murderous stick. Hull, who turns 32 Jan. 3, till is aiming at a fifth prodi- ious 50-goal season, but the londe iceberg is burning over he NHL rule this season hicli took the big bend out of tick blades. "I figure I'd have double my eight goals for the first 17 even curved stick I used for ome seven years aid Hull, who played his 18th ame recently at St. Louis. The NHT-4 rules committee oted 13 to l to restrict the urve to a one-half inch depth n aay measurement from tha heel to toe of the business end of the stick. Hull, who would like his blade to have a cradle of at least 114 inches, contended the new rule has made him change his whole style of shooting. "It used to be automatic that I could hold the puck and shoot it in one said Hull, who set a NHL record of 58 goals in the 1968- 69 season, after reaching the magic 50-goal circle in 1961- 62; hitting 54 in and 52 in 1966-67. Only two other players, Ber- nie Geoffrion and Rocket Richard, both former stars with Montreal Canadiens, ever scored as many as 50 Koals in one season. And each did it only once. Hull had eight goals and 12 assists for the first 17 Hawk games pressing NHL leader. Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins for the scoring lead. Last year at this stage, an out-of-shape Hull joined the Hawks in their 15th game of the season after holding out for a salary increase and had his first goal in the 17th gams, Bobby wound up last season wilh 38 goals, 29 as- sists and 67 lowest since 1962-63 when he had 31- 31-62. Black Hawk Coach Bill Heay shed a little light on Hull's quandary. "I was the one who voted against the restriction to a one-half inch ex- plained Heay. "But J think there was some substance to claims by goalies that the puck off these slicks was doing tricks', soil-, ing, dipping and flying at them head Hull, now in his 14th Hawk season, thinks he can hit the 50-goal target again. "But I'll have to get shoot- ing the puck better one way or Bobby said. "It might come in time." At the moment, Hull is 26 goals behind the all-time NHL second-ranked goal scorer, Richard, who had 544 goals in 18 seasons. The all-time leader is Detroit Red Wings' indestructible Gordie Howe, who entered the week with 770 LAS VEGAS ffi Fly with us December 6, 1970 5 cfayt of luxury Jet Air Fare Accommodation All Meals Beverages and Cocktail Shows All inclusiva fer only 3Pl3D from Calgary OPEN RETURN TICKET SUN-FUN HOLIDAYS CAtCARY PHONi I f even though U.S. ily outnumbered Canadii teams during this time I Starting In 1955-56, either I Montreal or Toronto won the Stanley Cup every season ex- I cept 1960-61 when Chicago I won it, and 1969-70 when Boston won it. I A man points in c without ever balll feared II I football sr touching tlw a game in 1924, 1 _ Frosty of Montana I I State kicked the unbelievable I total of 17 field In I Igqme, thus (coring 51 points I himielf in that wlthovt ever touching I While tome football I teami have trouble finding I just one good quarter back, the Chicago Bean of 1P48 g the balll While some teams havi ist one good q1 Chicago Bean of 1P48 I had 3 of the greatest I bocks of all-time on their I team that Luckman, Johnny Lujaclc and Bobby I Lane and, oddly I failed to finish finf. -A- I bet you didn't know I (Kirk's the home of Suptr I Dealt in winter tirei by royal. Whatever you I new or retreads I doughnuts Kirk't will make the big ploy for you and save you money. rtally I hard to beat when It comtf to tires that's why it will pay you to coma in right away i if you need new Why kill yourself and family en bald tires when Kirk's con I make it so easy for you get yourself real winning snow tire buyi? I See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheel! KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 'The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAL Dealer I. KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. I Phone KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. I 6201 50th I 1 523-3441 I_______ ____________f ;