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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HIRAIO Thurtday, October 1, Rookie Back Not Sure Where Regina Is Located MAHOVLICH SCORES FOR HABS-Monlreal Canadiens' Peter Ma- hovlich, 20, iet; fly a ihot past Toronto Maple Leafs' Jacques Plante for a goal Wednesday in-'a National Hockey League exhibition game in Toronto. Leafs Ron' Ellis (left) makes an effort to check Mahovlich on the play. Conadienj won 4-3. Toronto Goalie Against Exhibition Rule Plante Stayed In On Free Faceoff Call By liicj uuiiiiig LU luiumu m UK off-season, saltt Tuesday peiiuu rveuiiebuti.v mgm with the Canadiens holding a LUCL m num UL me .Toronto goal. The LiKaib, ing their own at Jacques Plante had an aside rather than face on first-period goals unleashed a gamed m tunity to make good on his promise to skate out of the the situation which he de. scribed as "legalization of Mahovlich, Guy Lapolnte Fran Huck and Yvan effort but miscued and the disk dribbled into point and s stride rath the 1 if a. free faceoff was as he moved out of their only against Toronto Maple Leafs in Wednesday night's National Hockey League occasion to make good on his promise came at of centre Henri Hich-ard slipped the puck back area to cut down on the angle of the go Monahan and due mainly to s failed. The 41-year-old eider statesman of NHL goaltenders stood in there strong and true to smother a dribbling shot Canada of Montrea Paul Henderson other goal in the In other garn Wings and Bosto Montreal's Mickey Redmond, but the Canadiens went on to notch a 4-3 victory, their fifth in pre-season play against Challenge a 3-3 tie al Pittsburgh Pen three goals in the Blues 4-3 at losses. The free faceoff, (CP) the fact that to requests Barons of only in 22 NHL president of Hockey precluded NHL club and university Nort games this season, can be called when a player, in the judgment of an official, insti. gates game-delaying tactics said Wednesday his group will challenge the winner of the 1971 world hockey tournament to plfly a world series in Hay admitteft the fact that the NHL season would be over by the time of the challenge tournament "was in our tour overseas if Canada's challenge were accepted. "And any request for reciprocation would receive very River Fa Chicago Black H Angeles Kings 5- freezing the puck or shooting TIES into the spectators. The infraction allows the opposing centre to set up a play, unimpeded by a player on the offending team, in the faceoff circle nearest to where the infraction occurred. He withdrew from all international competition last year, claiming that her five co-members of the International Ice Hockey Federation A pool had reneged on an agreement objective is open hockey and the closer we can negotiate to that the better." He said Hockey Canada had not approached the IIHF on the matter and that this was feel that tve must continue to try to persuade the IIHF to permit us to play world hockey on equal grounds, at least with the original agreement of nine pros in effect. LEADS TO Esposi goal at of enabled the Stai pion Bruins to s It came one mi Delvecchio, De captain had sen however, shoot directly on the goal. Fiante, who has seen Canada to use nine professionals below the rank of National Hockey League until we have approval of the teams concerned." FEEL TIME arrangement of this kind would, of necessity, be a forerunner to the resiunption a 3-2 lead. Wayne Carlet other two Bost with Montreal, New York Hangers and St. Louis Blues said the proposal is for the tournament to be held we wouldn't be doing this unless we felt the time by Canadians in all levels within the regulations, Mahovlic twice for the Re next May at a site yet to be decided and would be either a best-of-five or best-of-seven championship, countries in the IIHF A pool at the time Canada pulled Russia, 1972 Olympics." Hay said Canada had received overtures from Japan to send a team to the 1972 Winter eight in six Ken Schinkel, and Ron Schock St. Louis lead i would be the more saleable Finland and East they felt that playing Canadian pros would in Sapporo and that any such team Canada might Bryan He> first Penguin g Marseille, Gary PER STORY BEHIND THE ERNIE PITTS TRAGEDY Read it them and endanger their Olympic Games eligibility. "Contamination doesn't adhere completely to Olympic rales which forbids any hint of professionalism. Outside of the Olympics George M the Blues' goals Ray Comeau, Plus hockey, pro and take in a tournament of this sort, under IIHF he said "soccer, tennis and now skiing have moved O'Brien and scored the Cleve Danny Grant an Cor. 3rd Ava. 13th St. 5. Phone reports, and more. ON SALE AT NEWSSTANDS said Hockey Canada anc the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association would be category cf world championships which allow countries to be represented by their best athletes no matter from replying fo At Victoria, C goals paced the Cliff Koroll, Pit social or economic background they also pic goals while Bo Con YOU Fill This in hockey, no level of world 'play exists which allows Canada to field its Gary Dir Duff were the Ix ers. Gil Pe We have a No. 1 a came to terms team. No terms were announced ARIZ. (AP) abb its. Size 15 Exfro Whitlow resigned has Buffalo and general Winnipeg anc the Phoenix Vancouver PHHHk PLAIN TOE Coast city. Suffer I'irsl. carry, and the sizes the two games played a are available at Lethbridge Minor end 20 last evening the needed. T edged the Eskimos them tho s wno w Pomahac's 51) y THURSDAYS L QRPEN Macintosh was the big difference in tho Rick Rlgc in the end z l' fJ.t 35 he booted a 40 goal along with a 25 Lions a nn D on Sixth Street Clammit's Wnkolin starred f o he picked Eskimos as he galloped Brciil Han (15 yard major and other point TD for a single his 50 yarr The Leafs, who had been hold. als by Garry Jim McKenny, their parent Stars 4-2 at power-play Detroit's veteran he Red Wings i tallied the goals while also scored and ilford, Bill and Dick MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Alouettes may be missing one of their star players in Sun- day's Canadian Football League game in Regina against Saskat- chewan Roughriders, but if so it will be due to a geographical mixup rather than an injury. If the Als fail to watch him closely, Dick Smith might not find the city, let alone Taylor Field. 'Saskatchewan's the city, isn't Smith asked Wednes- day. "And Regina's the province? How many teams are there in Regina While Regina may mean little to the flashy halfback playing his first full season in Canada, the city has less pleasant mem- ories for the Alouette players who have campaigned there. "I played out there hi said head coach Sam Etchev- erry. "The score was 11-1 but for the life of me I can't re- member whether we won or lost. "But I don't think many teams have won games in Re- gina lately. At least not eastern teams." Flanker Terry Evanshen, who toiled with Calgary Stampeders before being traded to Montreal, remembers two run-ins with hazards not normally expected by football players. TROUGH IN FIELD "It was a drainage he said, "and until they put the new field in it ran right across the middle of the field." "I was wide open on the play and just about to catch the pass when I stepped in the hole and the ball ssiled over my head by two feet." Another incident at Taylor Field left a permanent re- minder. "It was the week before the Grey Cup two years Evanshen said. "I started slid- ing on the ice and before I could stop, got one foot lodged under the fence. "Then, before I could get it Hamilton, St. Basil's Gain Wins In two games played in the Junior High School Soccer League last -evening Hamilton whipped St. Basil's 4-1 and St. Mary's shutout' Gilbert Pater- out, someone hit me from be- hind and doubled me right over it while my ankle was still wedged. "The foot was like a balloon lire next day and now that the calcium deposits have formed I guess it will never be tha same." Bulldogs, Rams Tangle Tonight In order to stay in contention for the league title the LCI Rams must defeat the Winston Churchill Bulldogs tonight. Tonight's contest will com- mence at eight at Henderson Park. Currently the Rams support a 0-1 record and must even the win-loss column in order to catch the leaders. A loss to- night will decrease their chances considerably in the chase for the championship. Meanwhile the Winston Churchill Bulldogs after their surprising 21-13 victory over the defending champion Cougars last weekend will try to take sole position of first place. The-Cougars have won one and lost one so far this season and the Bulldogs have record. 1-0 Peter Neufeldt coach of the Bulldogs feels his club can come away with their second victory as in many starts if his club plays steady football. Neufeldt also' feels that the club who utilizes thfl breaks, if any during the contest, will add two more points to their point standings. In their win against the Cou- gars Bulldogs were led by the oushmding performance o f quarterback Hod Bollinger. In nine carries he picked up 33 yards but his biggest contribu- tion was his punting. Catholic Central chalked up 339 total yards as compared to just 166 for the bulldogs but most of the Cougar yardage was picked up after Bollinger had left the Cougars.deep in their end of the field after tow- ering punts. Bollinger averaged 46.9 yards during the game as he time after time pushed iha defending league champions back. Ken Nakama emerged as the top rusliei- for the Bulldogs as he picked up 58 yeards on 15 carries. The nod as the. top rusher, however, belonged to John Kos- tiuk of the Cougars. The sopho- more back romped for 174 yards on 20 carries. In ha first game against the Rams he ground out 166 on 11 'carries and is the league's top rusher. Rams, on the other hand, got good mileage out of Terry Korth as he earned 127 yards on 15.carries. Nathan Shoepp added 91 to give the Rams powerful one-two punch. Friday evening the Cougars, who will tangle with the Bull- dogs next week, meet Red Deer In an exhibition encounter sot for eight o'clock at Hen- derson Park. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore New York I Boston Detroit Cleveland Washington son 1-0. Both Terry Paterson and Dwayne Larson rammed in two goals for Hamilton while Dave KoskosM averted the shutout potting in the lone St. Basil's marker. Nev Fellows Top Shooter Nev Fellows of Calgary re- cently won the Bill Snider memorial trophy at a trophy shoot held at the Lelhbridge Trap Club. In singles competition Bill Peterson of Claresholm turned in a perfect 100 for 100 lo win the Class A honors. Class B honors Went to Alex Arias of Lethbridge with a score of 97. A score of 90 gave Dean Man- ning of Calgary C Clasu honors. In the Bill Snider trophy competition Fellows fired a 94 while Otto Stuber of Havre, Mont., winner of the short yard- age event, fired a 92. Geny Lane of Great Falls, Mont., won the long yardage with an 88. In doubles Dwight Hildebrant of Calgary won with a score of 43 out of a possible 50- Lions Triumph fumble in the no was all the he single point edge .over the led by Guy ard touchdown jof's yard ane for a single were pared by ard major a Bomber picked up point for the Lions end zone when tho Bombers failed to run it out. The Stampeders witli their victory last night put them into a first place tic with the Eskimos. Both clubs hold a 3-1 record. Before last nights contest the Lions and tho Bombers both held down third place with 0-1-1 reenrfl. Thn Lions now tnkn over sole position of third place with three points compared to the Bombers' one. 87 78 76 70 West 97 Minnesota. Oakland Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago WEDNESDAY'} RESULTS 65 ...65 65 56 105 Pel. I MS .574 .537 MA .m .435 Lockwood (5-12) Sanders (7) and Roof; Odom (9-8) Segul (6) Locker (8) Chicago California MI OM 100 in 1 0 illings; MeNally n. HR: Wash- John (12-17) Murphy (S) and Kusn- yer; Allen (1-1) LaRoche (8) and Egan. Washington 000 101 240 Baltimore Ml 110 7 1 Gogolewskl, Hannan (9-11) (S! Rtd- dleberger (8) and Billi and Etchebarren. Howard New York 001 300 J 6 1 Boston 010 000 3 8 1 Peterson (20-11) McDaniel (9) and Olbbs; Nagy (6-5) Lyle and Mont- gomery. HRs: B. Conlgllaro (18) Alvarado Cleveland oil ra a 11 1 Detroit 300 000 4 5 1 Rlltwage (1-1) Austin (6) Mlngori (8) and Sims; Reed (2-4) Timmerman (9) and Lament. HRs: Cle Plnson (24) Sims Kansas City 020 001 5 T Minnesota 000 021 i 7 2 Bunker, Hork (1-1) (9) and Kirkpal- rlck; Blyleven, Haydel (5.0) m and Mlttirwald. HR: Mlnn-Ralim NATIONAL LEAGUI Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Cincinnati Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego Ceil W L Pel. ..88 73 .547 ..83 78 S3 78 76 85 73 88 .516 .453 .450 .627 .531 .554 Ml .m .391 IS 1514 1414 15 M WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles MO OM 7 .1 San Diego mi OH 4 i Ostecn (16-14) Lamb (B) and Halltr; Dobson {U-15) 'and CannUzaro. Pittsburgh 000 101 Sf. LeulS HO Oil 11 B Veale, Giusfl (7) Gibbon (8) (2-1) (9) arid SafiguIIIen May Reuss, Brlles (6-7) (9) arid Simmons. HR: San Francisco 1DO OH t I Houston ODD 102 f A Marlchal, McMahon (s-S) md Dletz; DIerker (16-12) and HRa: SF-Bonds Montreal .014 Ml II I Philadelphia 130 KO S 8 Stoneman (7-15) Reed (7) Marshall [8) and Bateman; Wise (13-14) Jack- son (3) Sunning (6) Selma {8} and McCarver. Chicago .000 Oil 7 t New York OM OW 072 Hands (18-15) and Hundley; Rysn (7-11) Herbcl (6) McGraw and Dy- er. The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Beit of tho New Breed of High Traction Winter Kelly-Springfield's finest glas belted Polyester Cord Tire with top winter fraction and for than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD. rOMPLETt Tle 46} lit South TIP TOP TAILORS T CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OCT. 8th ;