Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 33

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 56

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta t TH1 IRHMWCI HMALD October Perreault Show Talents Rookie Stars Score Twice SLIDING SAVE Vancouver Canucks goalie Charlie Hodge gets a piece of his pads on the puck to stop o shot by centre Larry Romanchuk of Chicago Black Hawlci in National Hockey league exhibition play in Vancouver Canucks won the game 42 with a twogoal boost from rookie Dale Ottctiva Puts Mankms On Waivers Rough Riders Turn To Speed OTTAWA CP Ottawa Rough Riders came down hard on the side of speed and offence Thursday as ifiey prepared to meet Winnipeg Blue Bombers Saturday afternoon in a Cana dian Football League Coach Jack Gotta finally put Ken Lehmann on the 30day in jured list and designated Bil Van Burkleo his import for the Earlier he had an Dawson Blames Butlin Warfare Breaks Out OTTAWA CP Open war fare has again broken out be tween the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association and the Western Canada Hockey CAHA president Earl Dawson said Thursday night that he will give the 10club Western league a week to live up to its agree ment with the Otherwise he would call together the CAHA board of directors and recommend that the league again be expelled from the The Western with teams Jn all three Prairie prov broke away from the CAHA three years It was back this year with con cessions that annoyed some Eastern Canada Dawson told a news confer ence that the Westerners have broken at least four terms of the special agreement signed with the Among these special terms were the right of WCHL teams to carry four players each one year beyond the 20year age limit established for the CAHA affiliates and increased finan cial Dawson said the blame for the new disagreement lies en THE STORY BEHIND THE ERNIE PITTS TRAGEDY Read il in SPORTSWEEK Plus pro and college football ond ON SALE AT NEWSSTANDS NOW tirely with Hon Butlin of Cal president of the Western Butlin was responsible for the quarrels over certain juniors who originally belonged to OHA clubs and who now here playing for Western he If tie Western league again is it will mean the loss this year of for each of the 10 teams in the Dawson also said he will rec ommend to the directors crea tion of the office of commis sioner of amateur The commissioner would have the power to settle disputes arising from hockey suspen sions and other matters decided by telegraphic Totes taken from coast to In a news release the CAHA also announced that 182 ama teur teams in Canada would share for taking part in the development of 115 amateur players named in the June pro fessional hockey The payments are the highest Under the teams which as sisted in the development of each drafted player share in the payment from the Indoor Rodeo Opens Tonight The second annual AllIndia indoor rodeo kicks off tunigh at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion at eight Competitors from various yarts of and Mon tana are expected to take in the threeday There will be three go rounds in eae f nine Saturdays ac Uon is set for eight oclock while Sundays finals will go a wo Heading into the Bud Connolly of Mont ws the lead in all round com Ktition with 943 J i m Gladstone of Cardston is sec ond with 605 Connolly leads both the sad WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM 5 NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH SWEET DADDY SIKI VS DAVE RUHl CHRISTY V5 SWEETAN S CANNON ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER VS NICK PACCHIANO BELEFONTE VS SULLIVAN PIUS 2 more big bouli Box office opens 7 Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJtHTV k AViHUE M ITRttT I 3rd AUIITA Requires AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN generous An energetic Mercury deolersKip requires automobile salesmen Usual company benefits which include company health plan and commission Apply to RICHARDSON SALES MANAGER 3275763 die bronc as well as the bare back riding events and is third in the steer Glad on the other leads the calf roping and steer has earned 313 points in saddle bronc and 405 in He has also ac cumulated 160 points in steer wrestling as well as 65 in team Gladstones points come about after he earned 340 calf 240 in steer wrestling and the rest in team In bull riding the current leader is Clement Fox of Card ston with 210 90 points better than Grant also of Emmet Augare leads the team roping with 130 points but is being pressed by Vern Augare hails from Browning as does In boys cow riding Mike Gilham of Browning holds a comfortable lead over Gus Vaile of Caen Bly of Cardston and Cathy Connolly share banel racing Bly leads the se nior racers with 350 points while Connolly has earned a like number in junior competi young Miss Con nolly has a crack at both senior and junior In the junior event she leads her sister Susan by 140 points but only trails Bly by 25 Bev Tsilfeathsrs of Cardston is a close third in the senior ranks with 320 just 30 off the Some in prizes and money is up for grabs hi the hree day nounced that fullback JJm Man kins had been placed on wai Ths whole thing is a ease musical Gotta having to clear the way for recent N tional League cuts Charle Leigh and Glen BoUi are fleet running bad who Gotta hopes will serve to keep the heat off flanker Hug Oldham and ends Whit Tucket and Freemen thought last year be an adequate replacement fa Bo this year hasnt show the same drive and ability get into the holes before the This in turn leaves oppos ing defenders with basical only the receivers to worrj STEWART STILL OUT with Hon Stewart still si ting out his broken Ottaw has been in sore need of a run ning which Gotta hopes he now to get Ottawa out o the Eastern Conference the teams allsatr middle linebacker and defensiv bulwark the last two has suffered most of this ses with a pinched nerve In hi Feeling sharp pain wit each he has reamined on the bench for the last few ames to mounting speculation 10 would either retire or be cul He doesnt appear to want tc retire and the team Thursday ndicated ft doesnt want to cu although Jerry Campbel las mored into his spot will such aggressive alacrity i seems unlikely Gotta would con sider moving him back The defence has been the best of the Ottawa game so far this year and taking Van Burkleo alternate quarterback to Gary Wood as well as out o the defensive backfielc shouldnt hurt too much wit speedsters such as Al Marcefin there to fill the Because he is a specialist Van Burkleo still will be availa ble for punting Ordinar whoever the designated im port replaces must remain on the sidelines for the remainder of the REBUILDING TEAM Gotta is frankly in the midst of a rebiridling program this year he cut such former stalwarts as end Jay Roberts and defensive half Doi the word is thai other veterans are being closely Between injuries and retire Gotta has had a tough his first as a head He didnt aim tco to make tiie playoffs would sat isfy he After who we might get hot and win It he But only a tight EFC race has enabled the Riders to stay as close as they are to third With only five games left to the Riders must start halping themselves or miss the playoffs for the first time since By THE CANADIAN PRESS Buffalo Sabres Vancouver Canucks went to last Junes Na tional Hockey League draft in Montreal with stars in their The stars were Gilbert Per result of Montreal Junior Cana diens and Dale Tallon of To ronto two highlyUl ented performers of the high powered Ontario Hockey Asso ciation Junior A As new members of the NHL one of the two clubs would have first choice at the amateur draft the other would select As it turned Buffalos Punch Imlach won a toss of the coin and went for Perreault who paced the Junior Canadiens to last years Canadian junior The Canucks immediately nabbed Tallon whose prowess on the golf course was almost as sensational as his feats on The 1969 Canadian junior golf champion was considering a golf career even as the 196970 hockey season was WAS IT But a reported con tract to sign with Vancouver lured his thoughts back to hockey during the It is believed to be the most ever paid a junior to turn Both Perreault and Tallon jus Ufied their ratings Thursday night in NHL exhibition Perreault scored two in cluding the tying marker with 25 seconds left in the to give Buffalo a 44 tie with Pitts burgh Tallon also scored twice as the Canucks upset Chicago Black Hawks 42 in Buffalo appeared headed for its fifth loss in seven preseason games until late game heroics at rap ping home Craig Camerons re bound over Penguin goalie Cam Newton who had sprawled to make the initial The Sabres had a twoman Ice advantage at the time after Im lach removed Buffalo goalie Roger Crozier whilPitts burghs Bryan HextaM was sit ting out a minor Gerry Median and Reg Flem ing also scored for the Sabres who now have tied three Ken Lowell Mac Bob Woytowich and John Stewart replied for the TAKE LEAD e Canucks jumped into a 20 lead on goals by Tallon and Ted Tallons second in the middle pe was a picture effort as he oke into the clear and beat Chicago goalie Tony Esposito on the short Rosaire Paiement scored the other Vancouver goal while jarry Romanchuk and Bill White were the Chicago goal Dave Keon was to return to a Toronto Maple Leaf uniform oday after meeting with gen eral manager Jim Gregory Gregory said details of contract negotiations had een cleared and he expects a settlement will be completed by Keon said it remained only or his accountants to clean up matters before his return was meet Montreal Canadiens in an ejthi bition game tonight at In other scheduled xuis Blues visit Minnesota forth Stars at and Oakland Seals take SHOTGUN SHOOTERS Tin LETHBRIDGE TRAP CtUB invites you to como out and sharpen up for he coming instruction upon request OPEN Saturday Surtduy Club located IVi miles south of the Drive in Theatro on Highway S and IVi miles For Further information Phono 3278127 or 3276331 on Rochester Americans of the American League at Keon will work out with Tulsa T o r o n t os Central League today be fore rejoining the parent injured Toronto defenceman Rick Ley has re joined the Leafs as a left winger for tonights Hell replace injured Paul Henderson en line with Norm Montreal is awaiting word from Claude Provost on his fu ture status with the The 15year right wing is to advise general manager Sam Pollock by Saturday if he will report as assistant playercoach of the AHL Montreal Voyt met nrwfly with Pollock Thursday Md ufed that he be given 48 hcun to consider his He has al ready been waived through a move that will enable him to move immediately to Voyageurs Maple Leah Here Kings Open Saturday Tlie ranks of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings reached 13 number today with the signin of three more players for tb coming Sugar who will aga take part in the Alberta Junio Hockey League this to day announced that Ke Jim Damberger ai fiacts for th197071 Ed Lychak had signed con Len Lan ny Archie McLen George Lloy Fraser Robertson Gary Dave Ken Krook and Joe Dodd Mute In making the announcemen manager Syd Hall indicatec more players would be signet before S a t u r d a ys opene against Edmonton Kings open the 50gami schedule at home Saturday t the Arenaat Sunday to Edmonton Maple Leafs wiUbi here for a two oclock encoun a twin brother t forward Len is start ing his second season with th Ken saw action 01 the blueline last year and at Boston Signs Kapp AP Bos on Patriots announced today they have acquired Joe Kapp the star quarterback who le Minnesota Vikings to the Na tional Football League champi onship Kapp has stayed out of action so far this season because of a contracl President Joe Sullivan of the Patriots made the announce ment at the teams training headquarters at Curry Sullivan said the terms of the deal with the former British Columbia Lions player are stffi to be worked who led California to the Rose Bow in turnai pro the next year and played in Canada with Calgary Stamped ers and the Lions before joining the Vikings in His threeyear NFL show 351 completions totals 699 pass attempts for yards and 37 Last year the 215pound signal caller was 120 for 237 for yards and 19 touchdowns as he led the Vi kings to the NFL title before they were beaten by Kansas riiy Chiefs in the Super Moores Esso Service 3rd and Mayor Magrath Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters Fcr Imperial Oil Products Fishing Licenses Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfire Equipment Fishing Supplies BarBQ Supplies For your convenience headquarter for HUNTING LICENCES and AMMUNITION We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORES ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenu and Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 3271046 Licensed Mechanic On Duly from 8 to 5 Monday thru pected to do the same this time for his size is deceptive and packs a good wallop when belting opposing Damberger showed a great deal of promise last year after joining the Kings mid way through the A defence Damberger stands 61 and tips the scales at 180 Lychak is a As a forward in High Prairie last year he hit the 20goal plateau and has the reputation of be ing a good Lychai is 510 and weighs 160 Kings have a new coach in John Chapman and She new comer has been champing at the bit for his first taste of league Chapman has led Ms charges through two exhibi tion games without a In both games the opposition battled back for a Sugar Kings had Mount Royal College Cougars en ropes let them get Kings were leading 62 one stage but settled tor an M Chapman got Ms biggest isfaclion in battling the Cal gary Centennials to a 33 and Kings have working agreement tta coming Centennials have had their share of ties in recent eiWbi tion Thursday evening before a disappointing gather ing in Taber Centenniali and Estevan Bruins played to a 2z Next Western Canada ey League exhibition action IB Taber will be when the Medicine Hat Ti gers meet Swift Current Bron cos at three E1RICH TIRE SPORT SCORES RATIONAL LEAGUE East W ittsburgh 89 Chlcaso New York Louis hiladelphla Montreal 73 West Pet CB S i 13 151 16 40 Angeles 87 71 an Francisco 86 76 16 Houston 79 63 23 Ulanta 66 26 an 99 39 THURSDAYS RESULTS hicaso 020 Mi 0004 i New York ni OM too1 2 i Jenkins 2216 and Hundley Me 1014 Frlsella 7 McGraw 9 and HR ChlPepltone 05 Angeles ill 7 14 an Diego 100 030 7 1 Sutton 11513 strahler 6 and Hill Ferguson Dukes 16 6 Santorinf 7 and HR olbert Ittiburott in DID u Louis ni m n i Bronef M Cambria 7 Acosta 9 and May leveland 04 3 Norman 7 Tay r 8 and R an Fnnclico OH 498 outton 000 1 1 Davidson 3S 9 McMahon and Dletz Gibson Blaslnq Gladding 74 a and R entreat TO Ml J 1 hiladelphla 001 000 000 lj 5 Marshall e Reed 9 nd Brand Set an 89 J and llama 000 1M Moi I a Incinnatt HI 001 4 9 l Jarvls 11616 Reed 9 and Tlll an Washhurn 44 4 arroll 7 Granger 8 Gullett 9 nd HR Aaron EAGUE LEADERS AB R H arly J Pgh 412 45 145 Pgh 486 63 159 89 202 Chi 636 137 205 LA 614 84 196 319 SP 534 las 587 107 649 130 305 On 578 112 1S6 Home runs Runs batted In 148 WII ms Pitching AMERICAN HAGUE FINAL Ust W 93 17 79 76 70 Baltimore New York Boston Detroit Cleveland Washington Per Minnesota Oakland California Milwaukee Kansas City Chicago Win 98 16 65 97 65 97 H 1M 3J Mi a THURSDAYS RESULTI Cleveland m OM m1 J I Detroit 1H HO MiT I I Colbert I ind Jlmi Hlller 6a and Kansas City OM OM Mlnnisota oil 4 I 4 9 I Rodriguez Kwt 1410 Williams 8 Perramakl and HR MinnKaat Chicago tOI m OU tH II 4 California HI 101 m IN it II I Eddy 71 Johnton 1S 1S Mur hy 13 and Brlnkman Strritt Tatum 10 May E3n HRi Chl WHIIams Melton Milwauket too 101 4 I i Oakland 110 m a 1 Sanders 52 J and HoWi Fingers LindiUd M 9 and HR Brooks Washington no oil j 9 110 100 11 Rlddleberger 7 Cox 7 mi and French Hlr Cin frS and HRl Bilt Robinson LEAGUE LEADIR5 Cal Bos Mln Chi Cle Bal NY Bos KC AB R H 15 202 125 629 96 204 15 86 173 62 138 88 144 M 450 59 137 S80 1W 176 542 U 582 64 175 Home runs 44j Min Runs baited in 1S Pitching JJO The BOSS TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER of ths New Breed of Hiflh Traction fiimt glai bVted PolyMtor Cord Tire with top winter traction and for than our bsil continental winter ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SAIES 4 SERVICE 40 111 Avt Stxith 3576886 or ;