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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, M, Ttlt IETHBRIDSS HEKAUJ North Stars take over third place Drouin fitting in just fine NEAR MiSS-CaWorma Golden Seals' Gory Smith hits tha its to deflect shot from tha stick ef Minnesoto San Francisco hosts Rams North Stars' Fred Harvey In o National league gams Friday night. North won 3-2. West battle reaches showdown By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS San Francisco '49ers, after 20 years of searching, tod out Sim- day if there really is gold in the West when they battle Los An- geles Hams for the champion- ship ot California and the West- ern Division in the National Football Conference. Up to this season, nothing has pajroed out for Hie M9ers, who feve yet to win sole possession of division title since joining the National Football League in Second place for Calgary DULUTH, Minn. (AP) The University of Minnesota-Duluth overpowered defending cham- pion Michigan Tech 6-1 Friday night in the title game of the Christmas City of the North in- vitational hockey tournament The University of Calgary Bed Michigan Tech for second place in the four-school round- robin tournament. Tech's lone goal came in the ttird 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, CJMENT, ASPHALT, CARPET. For morn 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 turned1 Into the surprise of the league. After finishing with a 4-8-2 mark last year, San Francisco has rolled up a 7-2-1 Pats stubborn against Kings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Oil Kings had all sorts of trouble wilii the last- place Begiaa Pats Friday night, but finally managed to come up with a 4-2 victory that padded their first-place cushion in the western division. The Pate, at Uie 'Bottom of the eastern division with just six wins in 20 games, matched the Oil Kings step-for-step for Vk periods tat were finally sub- dued when Doug Kerslake scored two goals for Edmonton in the last eight minutes o! play. Don Kozak started Edmonton on the way its 16th triumph in 21 games with two goals while the Oil Kings were short- handed. The goals were match- ed for Hegina by Scot'Smith and Bob Gerrard; A second game Friday night saw Winnipeg Jets move to within five points of first-place Estevan Bruins in the eastern division with a 9-7 win over Swift Current Broncos. Wayne CbernecB, Jeff Hunt and Brian Howie each scored1 two goals for Winnipeg, which almost blew a 6-3 lead. Swift Current got two quick goals while playing a man short in the third period but couldn't quite overcome the Jets' mar- 71 CORTINA gives