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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 Tlir, ICTHBIilDf-t HtPAlD Monelov, Novcnib-! 59 houncc n successon show little respect iwked Toronto Miiplc three third-period a 4-1 win and Califor- SciiLs took third plan? in the West with 5-3 deci- sion over Punch Imlach's hap- less Buffalo Sabres. In other .SnNu'day gamps. Bos- ton Hruins and St. Louis Blues I'l-nnrisco mnri'x pus! Runts thai earned the Redskins In a 20-13 victory over Philadelphia bombshells en route to a kirmU-hcs j yard aer.al aitack onlj to mi's of com- i the m.irk in t.ho. last mimiie nirnn of- j the JeLs bowed to San j Cisco '-Wers 2-1-21. Pi-nil's' And Bart Starr, eonlv tlirc-r1- Neil Povey, Greg Magyar. Tigers .Mike McLanc r.nd Peter tile: son Innciled the scoritiG. Diiisr.o Ptyria blasted in the Vikings goals as ho I- u them tu a slim victory over Blue.--. Darren Price notched t Pittsburgh Stcelers 22-10, cinnati Bengals stomped vikings smothered Atlanta Fal n uitn Barry ?t t al- ien for the Hawks. Sloven Mk-hie scored twice U'.-idirig the Seal.- to a 5-0 shut- er the Saturday. Fi'i-geson. Henry Bar- ihf! Gregory aided wii.li soln maikers. In Ti.hnr Pec Wee "C" league action the Le'.hhridge Canucks and the host Tabcr dub match- hrp ougars mi 1 i t U ndgc C 1L picled n r tl e n Li ti 1 E im S Co t iti i I H th PiUnc m r 'ctrn cis fl Schuc r P 1 tr u. en 1 J th EIki r ti cl a 1 ne f tic ruins 1-0 in DAY on ALL CARS Monday, Nov. 29 through Sat., Dec. 5 EXAMPLE: 1971 IMPALA 2-DR. HARDTOP MONDAY PRICE TUESDAY PRICE WEDNESDAY PRICE THURSDAY PRICE FRIDAY PRICE SATURDAY S3895 S379S S.1495 All Cars Ars Clocirly Priced In Tho Sales Office! AUTO SALES Buy On Tho Dny You Wfinl -BUT DON'T COME TO LATE! 1903 3rd Ave. South, Phone 328-1522 show-in approval. Xamath trotted in to I ,l'p lo replace Jets' starter Bob Davis, injured in the second quarter. Hi' proceeded to connect on It of 27 including touch- downs of 57 and 20 yards to J Rich Caster and a 22-vardcr to I shelled one another in a 6-li stalemate, Chicago and Toronto tied 3-11, Montreal downed Pitls- InirRli Penguins on third pe- riod scores by Marc Tardif and Henri Richard, Vancouver Can- ucks trimmed Buffalo 5-2 and Minnesota North Klars held first in the West with a 3-1 win over Los Angeles Kings. The schedule resumes Tues- day with Chicago at Vancouver and California in St. Louis. NKW YOHK ON TOP The weekend results left New I York, with 34 points, atop the I East, a slim two points ahead of I Montreal and Boston. Toronto is eight points back with 24, six ahead of Detroit. Vancouver fol- lows with 16, three ahead of cel- lar-dwelling Buffalo. Minnesota, idle Sunday night, held a one-point lead over Chi- cago in the West with 35 points. Third-place California, with 13 points, is one up on Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and three ahead of St. Louis. Los Angeles trails the West with 11 points. Detroit's much-maligned man- agement, headed by Harkness, has had reason to squirm this year. The club's hierarchy went through sudden and drastic changes last year but continued on promises there'd be a better jy, this promised to materialize. The Red Wings changed coaches early in the snitching to Johnny from Doug Barklcy. but re- mained solidly entrenched near Ed Bell. But with New York on San Francisco's 19 with only seconds remaining, his pass to Bell was intercepted in the end zone by Johnny Fuller. "f don't feel T played well I've got to improve my mental state because I didn't feel at Namath said. WASHINGTON' .SCORES Vir Wasliinrton fnrtnor nt. a Tl 11 I! 1 1 1 n-1 E r ri mn t of the damage for the Washington ran for r i touchdown in a 2-x ud Biodicj first-period scoring against nother and Uic San Montreal. It was follow two var 1 and hauled pass for c Francisco the third from one vard out But it was Bruce Gossett's 0 ird second-quarter field goal that made the difference as the '-tilers regained the National Conference West lead You can't blame Starr. 1 bought he played quite well Packers coach Dan Devine said. Starr hit on eight of 17 passes for llfi yards but four fumbles two interceptions, one off c o H ntT who cane on in the final period, gave the g me 1ne% r dc fixe field goals b' P lit Dm tee a Cicui Eiv c of Doug interception return for a touch- or at the tail-end of the East with Vancouver and Buffalo. And Delvecchio, wla has been ALL RIGHT, IP THINK NER'b BE BETTER OFF ON VER OWN, CLEAR DON'T EXPECT ME T STOPVER.'HEAVEM ;o position for the first of two Curt Knight field goal .WIVE 11' That brought on Kilmer, who DALKIN STILL FAVORED HONG KONG (Kculcr) Roger Dalkin of the United jt ates rin tile tenpins bowling World Cup. The 21-year-old student fin- ished today's round-robin series as top man again witn a points total of 4.203, beating second- place Steve Mackie of Australia. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Calgary Canucks erupted for five goals in the third period to defeat Edmonton Maple Leafs Weekend scorers KfXTlAY York 4 Philadelphia New York Hadfield 2, Seil- ing, MacGregor; Philadelphia Foley. Detroit J 2 Collins, Karlander, Redmond: Mont- P. Maihovlich. Chicago 4 Toronto 1 Hull, Campbell, llaki, O'Shea; Toronto Hen- derson. California 5 Buffalo 3 California Carleton 2. Sheehan 2, Vadnais; Mai-tin 2, Shack. SATURDAY Detroit 3 New York 1 Detroit Collins, Charron; New York Rous- seau. Chicago 3 Tornnto 3 Chicago R. Hull, D. Hull, Martin; Toronto Monahan, Ley, Henderson. Montreal 3 Pittsburgh I Montreal Laflenr, Tardif, GAME OF DECADE? j Richard; Vancouver 5 Buffalo 2 Leafs The kept the Haute' un- beaten string at hnme, extend- r.y TMT-: ASSflC'PATEll in" it In 11 games, including in I college Fontlrall "game irf i Vanrouver Bouclrias, Tal- victorief. It was a hruifinp the decade" is set for thr nidit Ion. Balon. Hall. Wilkuis.'BiiC- Samc v.'itli Tnromo's Jim Jan. 1 in Miami's Orange I falo Khack, Goyette son getting involved in two skir-! Bowl, with mighty Nebraska re- I Boston fi St. R turning to the site where it won j Tioston Esposito 2, Bucyk lie and Chicago dcfcnceman the 1970 national chsmpior.ship Orr, Stanfield, Walton; .St.' 8-3 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Saturday night. Mark Lomenda sparked the Canucks with three goals, all in the final period. Dale Eloschtik added two for the winners, while John Snodgrass, Dennis Olstead and Dan Mandryk shar- ed the others. Hon Van Dyke picked up four assists and Olmstead. Ron of former National Hockey League star Bert Olms'eEd, assisted on three goals. Jim Carr. Jim Stewart and Ted Edmundson scored the Ed- monton goals. The Maple Leafs led 2-1 after the first period but trailed 3-2 at the end of the second. Ed- monton lied the score early in the third bc-iore Calgary went on the scoring spree. The Canucks peppered fid shots at Edmonton goalie Bill Oleschuk. while Calgary net- minder Dan Milton "faced 41 shots. IIl'EI-GA GETS SHUTOUT HAVANA (Tle-iter) Huclga scattered six hits Friday night and shut out a strong Puerto Rican lean: 7-0 as he toil Cuba to its fourth victory in tho 191.li amateur baseball world se- ries here. Cuba, chanrolon since 19S9, faces its toughest test today against Nicaragua. Both teams arc undefeated in fou r games. h t 1 Jtffer on with a Magnuson were tagged i to defend it agaiast Alabama, their first touchdown with double minors in the first; Nebraska and Alabama, tv rl' -1 t for it was Mike Bas; s Kunst notching i turn bark the Eagles and move i fired home' hack within a game of first-! in spark the Eagles j place Dallas in the r-TC East. v.-n over the Nuggets "We took what they gave in .Bantam B action. Andy Pro-! Johnny Unitas said" after the kop, Cameron French and Don Colts, moving within a game of j :f, His-a added singletons. the Dolphins, blanked Oakland! Kir.diay found the range for 52 minutes while Unitas di- .hrce limes in a losing cause, reeled tliree touchdown drives and Don and Jim O'Brien booted three completed the scoring. field goals. then Harrison and Mag-jot the five unbeaten t .._........ ............._ and yard touchdown run with an in- j nuson's partner, Jem- Koran, i U.S. college football, were rated i Minnesota one terception that enabled them to exchanged punches in tire mid- first and third in last week's As- Prentice; I period. I sociated Press poll and undoubt- 2, Egers 2, Mur- phy, Minnesota 3 Los Angeles 1 Goldswortby 2, ntice; Los gan. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD axative from the maker of H's called N? because it's Nature's Remedy. The Turns people, as 'you would expect, know a great deal about sensitive stomachs. They make their laxative wilh N! brings easy, overnight relief. fentle action works while you sleep disturbing yourrest. Try-Nature's Remedy, a gentle laxnlive. ReguU or chocolate coated. 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