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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Mpndciy, November 30, 1970 Gals triumph earn initial victory The University of Lethbridgc Chinooks, male'variety took a page from the female play beck Saturday and it turned into their initial win of the Western Canada Intercollegiate Alhlclic Association Basketball League. Chinooks had dropped their first two games, one by a sin- gle point, while the gals had won all three of their starts. The gals success seemed to rub off on the Chinooks as they trimmed University of Calgary 75-73 Saturday in Calgary. The locals trailed 42-23 at half time but came out strong in the second session. Brian Saunders, led the way for the Chinooks with 20 [wints. Tim Tolleslrup, who had scored better than 30 points in eekend summaries SUNDAY NEW YORK 6 PITTSSURGH 2 First- period 1, New York, Mad- field 9 {Gilbert, Rateile) 1. New Ycrk, Ratells 12 (Park, Hadfield) Renames SchioHel ParK, Watson, StemkowsKi Secern! period 3. New York, Bason 11 tRatelte, Selling) 4. New Ycrk 4 SSfemkcwski, Stewart) 5. Pifisburah, Schinfcel 10 (Hex tall) McCreary 6 (Hex- isM SchlnfcelS Penalties Hex- tfjH KruiicM Third period New York, Park 3, U-19; 8. f4sw YorK, Apps 8 (Kevin 1 Penalties Irvine Shots an goal by Pittsburgh 13 15-34 New YDfk 10 2Q 14-44 Attendance CALIFORNIA 2 BUFFALO 1 First period no scaring. Penaliiss Feathcrstone Shack Bar- cie Second period 1. California, D. Hextall CCrofeau, Howell) 2. Buf. fab, Schmaufr 5 (Taibotl Pen- Matiussi Watscn Jnqarffejd Schmsutz Third period 3, California, E. HicXe iRoberls) PenaHses B a r r i e majors vadnais mafor, misconduct, Fleming niotQr AAtfioh Hamilton Shots en goal by California.......... 12 Buffalo 3 10 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 4 VANCOUVER 2 First pericd 1. Philadelphia, La- croix 4 Uohnscn, Lesuk) 2, Van- couver, Hali 7 (CullBJi, Kurfsnbach) Penalties Paiment Gcri- dron minor, misconduct, Hatourn Morrison Hale, Second period 3. Philadelphia, La- ertrfx S iBernier, 4. Phil- adelphia, Lticrolx 6 EUsuk, Ashbey) 5. Vancouver, 0. Johnson 5, Penalties Arbour Ar- bour Tallon Third pTicd 6- Philadelphia, Gan- riron 7 CAshhee, Lacroix) Penal- ties Ooak Taylor, Sernier 7-20, Doak Lacroix Corn- gan Shots, on goal by Vancouver 16 PHifadGiptiia 12 13 Attendance U3B2. BOSTON 4 TORONTO 2 First pericd 1. Toronto, Ullman 10 (TroHier, McKermey) 2. Bos- ton, Esposilo 15, 3. Toronto, SitHsr (Ems) Per.aifies Sanderson :32, Henderson :5I, D. Smllh 1-JO, Carleton Baun Green Second period 4. Boston, Sander- son 7 (Esposito, McKenzie's Pen- slttes Wanon Ley Harri- son Gtennie Third period 5. Boston, Weslfall fc (Ore, Marcotte) 6. Boston, Qrf 9 (Cashman, Sanderson) Penal- Carleion Sinter Me- Keniie Dorey Shot-; en seal Torotlfu S 1 Boston 9 13 Attendance U.9H DETROIT 5 MONTREAL 3 Pirst period 1. Detroit, Delvec- chio 9, 2. Detroit, Delvecehio. 10 (Soife, F. Mahoviich) Penaiffas Savard P, Mahovlicrs minor, major, Tardif, Harr, USetf Second period 3. Mcmfreat, Fergu- son 1 (Harper) 4. Defrost, Con- nelly 1 (RoWe, Deal 5. Detroit, F. Mahoviich 9 (Wcfcster, Delvecchio) Laross minors, mafora Hart Third period 4, Montreal, Red- mond 10 (Lsmaire) 7. Detroit, Unger 4 (MacGregor, LlbeH) 8. Montreal, Coyrnoyer 13 (P. MaliovHch, Tardif) Penalties Ncxis. Shots on goal by Monlreal 13 Detroit 14 12 Attendance CHICAGO 5 tOS ANGEtES 3 First psriod 1. Olicsgo, Marlin 7 fpappln, TAiklta) 2. Chicago, MaM 7 (Shmyr, R. Hull) 3. Chi- cago, KoroU 7 CD; Hull, Mittta) 4. Chicago, 0. Hyil 19 KorreM) Penalties Csmpceil :55, Rav- lich Curtis- Maloney double minor, Second period 5. Los Angeles, Cahan (Price, Joyal) 6- Chicago, Pappin 1 (Martin, Stapieton} Penalties Marolte Cahart D. Hul! Marotfe Ravikh Third period Los Angeles, Rob- inson s 'ICshan, LaBossiere) 8. llch) Penalties. Wldlng Los Arjgeles, Berry 7 tWiding, Rav- Msrtin Berry Korofl Shots fin goal fey Us Angelei S a Chicago 12 1? 11-43 Attendance SATURDAY TORONTO 9 DETROIT 4 First period 1. Toronto, TroHier [Ullman, Henderson) 2. To- ronto, Henderson (Ullman, Ellis) 3. Toronto, Kaon 9 (Armstrong} Penalties Unger Ellis Mahovlicii Hart, MacGregor misconduct Henderson -cohd period 4. Toronto, Eflis 4 {Ullman, McKenny) 5. Toronto, Keon 10 Siey) 6- Toronto, man f (Henderson, Armslrong) 7, Dstroii, Unger {MatGreaor, Nie- p-i Penaliies Dea Siftler Shires Third period 6. Detroit, Webster 7 (Holic) 9. Toronto, SIHier Ion, (VicKenny) IS. Detroit, Ma- ftovlich e (Karlander, Webster) 11. Eliis 5 (Siiiler, P e i y k) 12. Detroit, Karlander 1 (Web- ser, Connelly) 13. Toronto Armstrong 1 fKeon, Monahart) Penalties Dorey Baun Rolfe Shots on gos! by Detralt 10 U-W Toronto 5 Alfendance Canadians lose eighth in Columbia BARRANQTJILLA, Colombia (AP) Venezuela crushed wh- less Canada 9-1 Sunday Bight in the world amateur basebalU cliampioEslsip. It was Canada's eighth loss. The Venezuelans have won sis and lost three. Diogenes Bravo pitched the entire game for Venezuela, lim- iting the Canadians to eight hits while Ms team-mates, got M. A first-inning threat by the Canadians filled the bases off a single by first baseman Barry Harrey of Victoria, a double by second baseman Dave McKay of and a walk by Yves Blanchard of Montreal, but Bravo retired ths side without allowing run. Venezuela scored once in the second inning and twice in the third. Canada got its only run in the third when Elanchard, who had hit a double, scored on a single by Doug Hill Victoria, the Canadian certtrefielder. Venezuela scored again in the sixth and got five runs in the seventh, Larry Webster of Vancouver gave up one run on a single and a single in the seventh inning before he was relieved by Roy Rowley of Moose Jaw, who let the Venezuelans score four times on two singles, double and an error. In other games Sunday, the United States and Cuba each won their games and remained tied for the lead. The U.S. defeated Colombia 4-1 while Cuba blanked Guate- mala 4-0, Each has a won-lost record of 84, MONTREAL 5 PITTSBURGH 1 First period 1. Montreal, Larese i SLemaire) 2. Montreal, Larcse SFerguson, temalre) 3. PtHs- jurgh, McCreary 5 (Pronovost, Boyer) Penally Collins Second period 4. Monlreal, Cour- loyer 11, 5, Montreal, Lapointe (Mahovlicii, Cournoyer) Pen- allies Mahoviich McCallum Lsmaire Pronavosf VValson Larosc, double majors, mis- conducts, Boyer, Smith, Myre, Tardif majors Third period Monlreal, Cour- ioyer 12 (Harper! Penalties 'lilsburgh bench served by Sal her Savard McCaltum Shots on goal by 'ittsbirrgh Montreal B 8 Attendance BOSTON 3 KEW YORK 3 First jiericd No scoring. Penal- ties Stemkowskl Awrey vine Second period 1, NEW York, !r- .ine 5 CStemkowsJcI, Stewart) 2. Boston, Orr S fWestfaJi, Marcctfe) Park ma'ior CaricioA irvine Third period 3. New York, Stem- kowski 3 (Stewart, Irvine) J. iosfon, Marcotle 6 (Orr, West fall) :1S> 5. Bosfon, Hodge 12, 6. Jew Ycrk, Nevin 5 (Tkaczuk, Parkl Penailies park Sander- son shots on gcal by Bostot U 12 York Afteritfance ST. LOUIS S VANCOUVER 1 First pericd 1. St. Louis, Morrl- m S (Roberts) 2. St. Loyis, Bordeleau fi (Berenson, Selby) 3. St. Louis, Roberts. 5. PenaSUes Makt double minor, Ecclestene MaKl Tali on 3, Makt, Roberts cond period 4 St. Louis, Sab- i 7, 5. Vancouver, Tallon 5 {Kurtenbach) Penalty Picard Third period 6. St. Louis, one 4 (Lorentz) Penalties wie- Shots on goal by Vancouver SI. Louis Attendance CHICAGO 3 PHItADELPHiA 1 First period No scoring. Penalty Second period 1. Philadelphia, Le- suk 2 fSernier, Johnson) j, Chi- cago, Malone 5 (Neslareftko, Angotti) Penafiies Peters Mohns :W, Nolet Third period 3. Chicago, D. Hull (MIKita, Shmyr) 4, Chicago, Campbell 11 (Maki) Penalty Miklta 1 Shols on goal by htladelphia 11 Chicago 7 13 Attendance MINNESOTA 3 LOS ANGELES 2 First period 1. Los Angeles, Fictt 3 (Joyal, Mickeyl penalties Droulrt Berry Second period 2. Minnesota, Oliv- er 3 (Goldsworttiy, Drouini Pen- alties Mickey Goldsworthy Third pericd 3. Las Angeles, Rav- llch 1 (WIding, Berry) 4. Minne- sota, Harvey 4 (O'Sliea) 5. Min- nesota, Bums 4 (Oliver, OibbsS Hoganson, Parish stiois on goal by MiHnessta 7 9 M 9 14 3S Five goals for Maxwell Marly Maxwell scored five linres Saturday evening as the Lethbridge Elks doubled Uie score, 8-4, eh Vauxhall in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League action. Maxwell, notched one in the first period, three in the sec- ond and one more iji the third. Two of Ms goals came while the Kits were a man short. Nell Besplug, Doug Pinney and Ken Klinkhammer added singletons for the Elks. C. Olson, with two and R. Odland and J. Hans, accounted for the Vauxhall markers. r Have o Very Merry Christmas With a New 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA I If if S I'if I 1 cadi of his first two outings, followed with 19. Bill Mucklow, a former Leth- bridge standout, led the Dino- saurs with 19 while Danny Quancc hooped 17. Both Saunders and Quance were put out during the second half (or fouls. Chincoks see action this weekend as Uicy travel to Van- the University of British Columbia Thunder- birds Friday and the Univer- sity of- Victoria Saturday. Leona Volli, last year's scor- ing leader, is off to a great start again, leading the Univer- sity of Lethbridge Chinooks to a 48-38 Western Canada Intercol- legiate Athletic Association bas- ketball victory over University of Calgary Dinnies Saturday m Calgary. Miss Vplh and team mate Minnie VanDieren each scored 14 points as Lethbridge picked up its fourth win in four out- ings this season. The loss was Calgary's fourth in as many games. Lethbridge built up a 34-17 lead in the first half as they outplayed Calgary. Dinnies came back strongly in the sec- ond half, but could not over- corns the Chinooks' head start. Five Calgary players each scored six points in the losing cause: Donna Robertson, Moiya Pilling, Wenda Bingeman, Su- san Clow and Pam Buck. Jay Dahlgren of Lethbridge was put out of the gama on fouls in the first half. Dinnies meet the University of Alberta Pandas this weekend in Edmonton. Meanw h i 1 e. University of Brandon Bobcate were more ac- curate with shots Saturday as they defeated of Re- gina Cougars 89-67. Brandon made 17.per cent of their shots at the basket coin- pared with Kegina's 39 per cent. Brandon led 42-29 at half time- High scorers for Regina were Wes Britton with 17 points and Dan Hill with 16. Bill Moody made 16 points for Bob- cals and Bill Warren got 14. It was a fast-moving but ragged game with 45 fouls called during the game. Well-known Western Canada Hockey League star John Sche- pers played his first game for Eegina, picking up 6 points. Brandon now has one win in three outings this season, while Regina has yet to win one. The University of A1 b e r t a Pandas downed the University of Manitoba Misonettes 4 Saturday. The Bisonettes won the first game Friday 431-39. Linda Philb'ps with 13 points and Sharon Warden with 10 lefl Uie Pandas attack. Carol Graham with eight points and Donna Mallette with seven were the top scorers for the Bisonettes. The University of Saskatch- ewan Cougettes downed Univer- sity of Victoria Vikettes 61-55 in an overtime game Saturday. Hegfaa ted 35-28 at the half but Victoria came on strong and a basket by Rose Jossul h the last second of play Uie teams into a five-minute overtime period. Lory! Longworth and Ruby Werhun each scored 13 points for Regina while Irene Wallace got 11. Jossul was Victoria's high scorer with 22 points. The win was Regina's firs! this season. They now have a record of one win and three losses while Victoria is 1-1. No Charge for Grip Tirei Block Healer Whitewall Tires AUTOMATIC AVAHABIE We will play Santa Clous and deliver Christmas Cvs gift wrapped! NO DOWN PAYMENT O.A.C. jjji Santa Price i TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Phone 327-3165 Football fail richer WINNIPEG (CP) Frank Sneddon, a 24-year-oltl Edmon- ton football fan, is richer follmvirig Montreal Alouetles' 23-10 victory over Calgary Stampeders Saturday in the Grey Cup game. Mr. Sneddon's Manitoba Cen- tennial sweepstakes ticket was matched with Montreal Wednes- day in the last of four draws on the Grey Cup. Agnes Smith o( Winnipeg, holder of the ticket drawn for Calgary, won on tlie game's outcome. TT.-O other lickels irevc draws for Saskatchewan Roiighriders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the teams defeated in conference fi- nals. J. G. Gold of Pinawa, Man., won with the ticket on Hamilton, the team de- feated hy Die Grey Cup winners. Yens Mclsen of Sprague, Man., won with the ticket on who lost to the Grey Cup HOIE UP THE M1DDIE Moses Demon, Montreal Aloueftes' running back, leaps high in the air over learn- male Gene Cepetelli (45) and Pierre Desjardins (63) in first quarter of action in Grey Cup game. Denson found good yardage up the middle through most of the game. Black Haivks increase ivesl margin Bruins, Rangers remain one., two By IAN MacLAlNE Canadian Press Staff Writer This month the National Hockey League board of gover- nors amended their bylaws, al- lowing the 14 teams to dress additional skaters lor a ;arac. The move was greeted with dissent by some, particularly ie league's have-nots who faced difficulties icing a re- spectable big-league team, let alone keeping them happy down oa the farm. The new league ruling allowed teams to have 18 skaters dressed plus two goaltenders. Earlier, the governors placed a temporary limit of 27 skaters, up one from the 16 allowed in Uie bylaws. New York Rangers, needless to say, were among those sup- porting the amendments, Emil Francis, Hangers' general man- ager and coach- was one of the leading exponents of the change, haying voiced his ap- proval during teaming camp. After all, he taew there was talent in the Ranger farm sys- tem that was NHL material if given the chance to prove itself. EACH LINE SCORES after Montreal's John Ferguson put the Canadiens on the score- board with liis first of the sea- son since returning recently from a two-month retirement. Andre Lscroix, scoreless in 15 previous games, scored three against the Canucks and as- sisted Flyers on the fourth as the moved into a tie for third in the West Division with Minnesota. Five players shared the Chi- St. Louis, idle Sunday night. California's victory snapped i six-game losing streak at Buf- falo as Uie Sabres failed to budge in their battle for last cago scoring as the Black spot in the East which they now Hawks increased their West- hold, one point behind Toronto. Division lead to four points over I pass rush.__________________ Gogolak keeps Giants alive Vikings upset by Jets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pay attention, now, "Professor Francis Asbury Tarkenton is giving lessons on hosv to football games. "You've got to play third- down says Tarkenton, the New York Giants's game- quarterback. "If you don't make your third downs, you might as well go Believe it. Tarkenton made good on five straight third-down plays during three touchdown drives and the Giants scrambled to a 27-24 vie Sunday night illustrated his tory over Washington Redskins or. Won, Vnrl-'c prmr Vsnfts; flifff Irpnl their title the National point as New York's four lines Sunday that kept their title shared in the scoring as the hopes alive in Rangers dropped Pittsburgh Football League Penguins 5-2 to remain within two points of Boston Bruins, East Division leaders, who took a 4-2 home ice win over Toronto Maple Leafs. The victors' extended on Bangers' unbeaten string ome ice to 11 games. Other Sunday games saw De- troit Red Wings, with captain Alex Delvecchio scoring twice in the first period, defeat Mont- real Canadiens 5-3 to move to within two points of Vancouver Canucks, fourth in the East and 4-2 victims of Philadelphia Flyers. Chicago Black Hawks continue unbeaten in 12 home appearances with a 5-3 decision against Los Angeles Kings, and Ernie Hicke's goal with five minutes remaining give .Califor- nia Golden Seals a 2-1 victory over Buffalo Sabres. Saturday, Toronto put on Us biggest scoring display of the season, drubbing Detroit 94, New York and Boston played to a 3-8 tie Chicago scored twice in the third period for a 3-1 win over Philadelphia, St. Louis tripped Vancouver 5-1, Montreal had the same score over Pitts- burgh Penguins, and goals by Buster Harvey and Charlie Burns lifted Minnesota North S'iars to a 3-2 win over Los An- geles. At Boston, dofenceman Bobby Qrr recovered from an earlier defensive miseue to assist Ed Weslfall on the winning goal while the Bruins were short- handed, then added the insur- ance goal with six seconds re- maining and Toronto goaltendcr Bruce Gamble removed for a sixth Leaf attacker. Orr's faux pas in the first pe- riod enabled the Leafs to take a 2-1 lead. It came as the Bruins were killing another penalty. His clearing pass beliind the Boston net was snared by Ron Ellis who slipped it out to Bar- ry! Sillier and the rookie scored his second goal of Uie season behind veteran Ed Johnston. Delvecchio, who missed the third period of Saturday night's game at Toronto with a knee in- jury tallied his ninth and 10th to send the Red Wings into a 2-0 lead. The Detroiters increased the score to -M as Frank Mahoviich scored his 3Mtli career goal The New York victory kept the pressure on St. Louis Cardi- nals, who have a lead in the National Conference's frantic Eastern Division race over the Giants and Dallas Cow- boys. The Cardinals, with Jim Hart passing for a pair of touch- downs, spanked Philadelphia Eagles 23-14 to give them an 8- 2-1 record. The Gianls and Cow- boys are 74. Los Angeles's revitalized Rams sandblasted San Fran- cisco '49ers 30-13 and pulled into a tie with the MSers for first in the National Confer- ence's Western Division race; Baltimore Colts cemented then- hold on the American Confer- ence eastern battle witW a 21-20 success over Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs tied Oakland Haiders for the American Con- ference Western Divison lead with a 26-14 win over San Diego Chargers. The American Conference Central Division was thrown into a three-way tie for first. Pittsburgh Steelers clouted Cleveland Browns 28-9 and Cin- cinnati Bengals knocked off New Orleans Saints 264. The Steelers, Browns and Bengals tied for 5-6 records. New York Jets rained on a planned Minnesota champagne party Sunday with an upset 20- 10 victory that delayed the Vi- kings clinching the National Conference's Central Division tie. Boston Patriots bounced Buf- falo Bills 14-10 and Houston Oil- ers whipped Denver Broncos 31-21 in Sunday's other games. Tarkentai, a hard man to pin down, pumped new life into tha Giants, who were stunned last week by Philadelphia. On an early third-down play, Tarkenton fumbled the snap fronr centre, but grabbed the ball off the ground and shov- elled an underhand toss to full- back Tucker Frederickson for a four-yard gain that kept tha touchdown drive alive. Later, situation, and dealt under the fire of a another third-down Tarkenton wheeled TTTItMIlirmfTTIIIIMIlIlII You'll look like a million in a new tr M SAMUELSOHN SPORT COAT for lite Coining Festive Season! R The discerning 'Man About chooses a SPORT COAT, He appreciates fheir fins tailoring and handsome good looks in the newest fashion stripes and bold checks. south WEN'S WEAR LTD, BERT-JIM-SCOTTY Phone 327-2232 ;