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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Oelolict 4, 197? Jim Spavital called it. Lions were ripe for win FIRST OF TWO GOALS TUESDAY Rookie Pete McMann fires the puck past Rob Billey of the Crowsnest Pass Red Devils Tuesday in Alberta Junior Hockey League acrion at Henderson Ice Centre. McMann scored Iwice for Ihe host Lethbridge Sugar Kings as they fell 4-3 to the Red Devils. Tim O'Donnell (17) of ihe Kings looks for rebound nsver came. An Photo) Siigar Kings iatt 4-3 in home opener it two strai By LLOYD YAMAG1SIH Ilei.-ils -Sports Writer Hey fellas, aren't you guys going in the wrong direction? The tellas I'm referring to, are the Letlibridge Sugar Kings as they suffered their second straight Alberta Junior Hockey League loss Tuesday night. Some 550 fans jammed the Henderson Lake Ice Centre and the Sugar Kings bow to the Crowsnest Pass Red Devils 4-3. It was the second consecutive victory for the Red Devils, who defeated the local club 8-5 in the Pass last Sunday night. In last night's encounter, the Heggeclal in brawl first 20 minutes of play prov- ed to be the Kings' downfall. The Devils came up with one short handed goal and two power play markers which was evidently their key to their second win of the season. Brant Sim opened the scor- ing for the Devils at mark of the first period with his team playing short handed, but watched the Kings even things 15 seconds later on Pete McManii's first ol two markers of the night. Public will demand it Future series likely By THE CANADIAN PRESS Los Angeles Sharks and Al- berta Oilers made Team Can- ada's physical efforts against the Russians, Swedes and Czechoslovak! ans seem lame by comparison their W o r 1 d Hockey Association game at Edmonton ended Tues- day night. The game-ending buzzer was the signal for Oilers' Doug Bar- rie and Howie Heggedal o f Los Angeles to start throwing punches. Both benches emptied and fans witnessed a Pier Six brawl. The donnybrook climaxed an already nigged game won by Los Angeles 4-3 on defenceman CALGARY (CP) More In- ternational hockey series like that between Canada and Rus- sia will undoubtedly he played, says president Joe Kryczka of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. ''It's inevitable. The public will demand them. ''The sad part is I don't think the public how or under tvhose auspices. They won't be worry Eng alwut where the money goes." The CAHA, which helped ar- range the series, would like to see any profit from the games used to develop the sport. The association is to receive from the recent series after expenses with the remain- Jim Niekarnp's goal. second-period In other WHA pre-season ac- t i o n Philadelphia's John McKenzie was taken to hospital after he slammed into a goal- post and the Blazers' coach wasn't around to see Quebec Les Nordiques' wui. Minnesota's prize rookie Bob MacMillan scored twice in front of at Winnipeg to pace the Fighting Saints to a 5-2 win over the Jets, still without player-coach Bobby Hull who is awaiting a decision by U.S. courts on his playing status. der divided between the Na- tional Hockey League, the Players' Association and Hockey Canada. The form that future c frontations will take mighl come into focus as soon as Oct 14-15 when the CAHA meets in Toronto, Kryczka said. Dis cussions would he held then among the CAHA, Hockey Can ada, the NHL and the Players Association. "Don't be surprised if Hockey Canada in its original form dissolved right then. "I understand government of ficials are having seconc thoughts about it. The CAHA has regarded it as a.somewha un necess ary concept and ha made it clear it is willing to ac cept the responsibility of work ing toward its MAY VISIT U.S. The rumored visit of a Rus sian team to New York, Boston and Chicago in February is an- other area for discussion, Kryczka said in an interview londay, but Uie U.S. amateur xxly would have to handle alks with U.S.-owned teams. The amateur organizations ire not aiming to cut the pro- ess iona Is of the action, he said. "They own the best Canadian (layers and merit a piece of he cake. Our concern is that hey don't envelope the picture and arrange their own inter- continental pro regime. "That would be a disaster, >articularly in Europe, because t wouldn't take the pros nearly o long to dilute the calibre of lockey over there. "Of course, we haven't been doing all the spade work with new toward lining the pockets of the pro team owners." Kryczka said the team owners are probably looking now to case the amateurs out but that will not be simple because o[ d amateur relations with the Swedish and Czech federations. SOVIET GETS MESSAGE With the Russians it would be a different matter. 1 The Russians are get- ting the message now that they From that point on, it was Rob Flockhart against the Sug- ar Kings as he finished off the local club with three big goals. At the mark, Flockhart rifled in a power-play goal using a quick wrist-shot from 20 feet out. Richard LaLonde came back for the Kings at the mark, but Flockhart scored his second power-play goal two minutes later. After a scoreless second pe- riod, Flockhart needed only 34 seconds in the third period to core the Devil's winning goal. McMann gave the Kings a ast-minute chance to tie the ontest, as he closed the 4-2 VANCOUVER (CP) Winni- peg Ulue Bomber coach Jim Spavital warned Ills learn be- fore Tuesday night's Western Football Conference game against British Columbia Lions lhat She Lions were due for a win. Spavital proved liimselt a prophet, much to his regret, as the Lions got a field goal from Ted (.ierela with 31 seconds re- maining for a 26-24 victory over the Bombers before fans. A Bomber win would have been undeserved, as they were outplayed by the Lions, except in the second quartre, with quarterback Don Jonas and running back Mack Herron both having off nights. Jonas clicked for three touch- down passes in the second quarter, two of them to Bob La- rose and the other to Jim Thorpe, but was hurt by inter- ceptions. Jonas also kicked a field goal and three converts. The Lions picked off four oi his passes and added another interception on a toss by La- rose. Ttie Lions got two I ouch- downs from Jim Evenson on short-yardage running plays, another on a pass from quar- terback Don Moorhead to Jirn Young, two field goals from Ge- rela and a pair of converts by the B.C. kicker. BAFFLED BY CHANGE The Lions showed signs of being tamed in the second tjuavler, but a key defensive change by coach Eagle Keys at half lime seemed to baffle the Montreal place kicker Don 1.09 of Ihe second quarter, while tight end Tyrone walls counted (he olher on a M-yard Sweet booted three converts and added a pair ot singles on missed field goals to round out the Montreal scoring. Edmonton fullback Sam Scar- bcr scored the Eskimos' first touchdown on a one-yard run at reception from quarterback Tom Wilkinson In the third. Dave Cutler, Edmonton's usu- ally-reliable pi ace kicker, man- aged one convert, but missed two field goal tnes. Football Roundup EASTERN CONFERENCE L T A Pis. 3 0 747 193 1J 3 0 20-1 168 14 6 0207755 8 9 0 163 Kl 2 TD C FG 5 Pis .1 19 1 4 0 8 11 0 65 0 9 3 6 6 0 0 0 36 5 0 0 0 30 5 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 ID 5 0 0 0 30 MONTREAL 2? EDMONTON 13 EOM. MTL. First downs Her H MacAliflan, T Quchanan, H Coffcy, H Delfa Rlva, Yarks Rushrng Yards passing Net oftenc-3..... Passes made-tried Punls-yards PenalHes-yards ?3I 21 227 203 324 421 2-33 17-19 00 3-34 7-33 2-2 2-1 7-85 IS-) 5 WESTERN CONFERENCE Winnipeg Saskatchewan Calgary B.C. LEADERS Sha F A Pfs 8 3 0 310 193 16 7 4 0 263 256 T4 A S 0 215 197 12 4 6 8 3 8 0 172 279 4 TD C FG S Pli 1J 0 0 0 84 0 26 14 13 61 1 34 IT 2 75 1 16 13 5 10 0 0 0 60 10 0 0 17 1? 0 0 0 60 0 Gerela, BC McGowan, E Waifs, E........ B o o o as Thropo, W 8 0 0 048 BRITISH COLUMBIA WINNIPEG 24 WPG. B.C. First downs IS U Yards rushing........ 82 JM Yards passing 734 252 Net offence 334 418 Passes made-Jried .....18-33 15-27 2 5 Punts-average 5-49 7-41.3 Fumbfes-lost 0 a Penalties-yards 7-17 9.40 may be sitting on strike." gold It is no secret they met with NHL officials in Moscow during Ihe series and that they want more money for their own pro- gram, he said. Bunny Aheame, president of the International Ice Hockey Federation, was probably Ihe only person who did not gain from the series, Kryczka said. "The job now is to make ccr- tain international hockey fall into the wron; bands." Bruins attempt to set Sindeii LETHBRIDGE MINERS FOOTBALL CLUB Raffle was to be drawn Sat., Sept. 30th Re-scheduled to Sat., Oct. 14th BOSTON (AP) Boston Bruins are negotiating to reh'ire Harry Sinden, the coach who led the National Hockey League team to the Stanley Cup chanr pionship in 1970. A Bruins spokesman sail he was "100-per-cent certain" that if Sinden did return, it would be in a capacity other than coach. Tom Johnson, who led Ihe team to the Stanley Cup last season, currently is under contract for that spot. "We've talked to Harry about coming Weston Adams, the Bruins' president, saitl Tuesday. "But I can't say that lie's coming back with us, be cause it simply hasn't been cided yet." Adams said the club would be sure to spell out Sinden's duties "so there won't be an over-lap ping in authority." SKI SCENE SPORTS 1 CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK x SKI i SCENE SPORTS Lid. ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE Skis Clothing Sporting Goods Bicycles UP i TO 50 COL11GE MALL PHONE 327-0553 "We certainly don't intend to dck Milt (Schmidt) upstairs We're perfectly satisfied with the job he' s done as genera manager. ''Besides, Braves (the expansion, the organization': American Hockey the new league and ev erything else, the front office i. twice as busy as ever before, "So there should be a placi our organization for n tal ented guy like Sinden left the Bruins in salary dispute after working fo them four years and joined a mod ula r homes t irm near Rochester, N.Y. fie coached Team Canada, which recently defeated the So- viet Union in an eight-game ap scoring on a penalty shot. Slampcders. Bombers. "We switched to zone cov- erage on passes in the second half and it was highly effec- Keys said. "We've been improving all the time and it was just a mat- ter of time until ive won one. We've played some good ball lately and most of our games could have gone either way." The Lions now are 3-8 on the season, the exact reverse of the Bombers. Winnipeg holds down first place in the West by a one-game margin over Edmon- ton Eskimos. The Lion s are last, one game behind Calgary ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Pel, GBL .613 .552 11 .51? 14'A .477 22 Va .457 26Vz -374 38 9J 5? .fiU e-t ta .553 9V 34 70 .545 10V 53 94 With 52 seconds remaining on he clock, the Kings just Couldn't come up with a potent attack to tic the score. During the three periods o[ play, the two dubs split 14 min- penalties along with two ma- ors and a like number of 10- nimite misconducts. The Devils were also as- sessed the lone game miscon- duct with Wayne Krehs getting he nod at the mark of tie first period, Rob Billey turned away 22 shots in tlie Devils' net while Ted Stokes handled 2L drives in Ihe Kings' cage. Meanwhile the Kings will nave a chance to hit the win- ners trail this weekend as they host a pair of league games. Saturday night the Kings face the Drumheller Falcons at p.m. while Sunday at 7 p.m. they'll entertain the defending champion Red Deer Rustlers, Both games will be staged at the Henderson Ice Centre. CROWSNEST PASS A LETHBRIDGE 3 Firsr Period 1. Sim (unas- sisted} 2. Lethbridge, McMann (O'Donnell, S. Chalmers) 3. Flockhart Guise) 4. Lelhbridge, LaLonde (Knlbbs) 5. Pass, Flockhart (Haas) T8.41, Penalties Christensen, O'Donnell, Krock, Chrislensen, Gran- field (major) Cl eland f major) Krebs fgame S. Chalmers, Guise Lcwry. Second period no scoring. Penal- UK Hoffarlh, Cleland, Cleland (minor, Third period 6. Pass, (Haas) 7. Lelhbridge, McMann (penairy Penalties Krook Adomeil, Moorhead, who was good on 15 of 26 passes, made the key play lead Lug to Gerel a1 s win- ning field goal. With the ball on the B.C. 14, he fired a 52-ya rd st rike to Young which brought the ball 5 nto the Winnipeg end of the field, Young said he "ran a fly pat- tern and Donny laid it right in there." Meanwhile in Montreal Sam Etcheverry insists it's still too early to start talking about Montreal Alouett es repea tin g their 1970 performance and winding up with the Grey Cup, But Edmonton coach Ray Jauch appears to have another problem today other than reaching the national final. He must be wondering where he'll find enough able bodies to fin- ish out the Western Football Conference regular season first. Etcheverry's club took a posi- tive step in the direction of the Eastern Football Conference playoffs Tuesday night when the Ala literally walloped Jauch's injury-plagued Eskimos 20-13 in a rough Canadian Foot- ball League interlocking game before fans. Moses Denson led Ihe Mon- treal attack as he hulled over from the one-yard line in the first quarter and then broke a series of tackles to score his second touchdown RANGERS DROP TWO NEW YORK fAP) New York Rangers of the National Hockey League announr-ed Tuesday they have sent defence- man Randy Legge and forward Steve AnrJrascik tn Ihcir Rhode Island farm club of the Ameri- can League. Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis Philadelphia Cinclnnall Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco San D1ega TODAY'S GAMES PhiradelpWa Lsrsch (3-7) at Chicago Bonham (1-0) York Mallack at Mon- treal Moore [9-8 St. Louh Gibson (18-11) at Pills- burgh Briles (14-10) Los Angeles Slrahter (1-2) at At- lanta Jaster (l-o) Houston Forscn: (6-7) at CfncinnaM Biiringham (12-12) San Diego Uorman 19-19) at San Francisco Bryan! (13-7) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 034019 U 14 1 Chicago .....000 000 01 1 9 1 CarUon (27-10) and Bateman Me Ginn, (0-i) Gura (4) Cornpton (4) Decker 19} and Rudolph, HR: Pila- ff a rmon (S) and Rader HR: Houston 000 T Cincinnati 030 010 Forsch (6-8) Griffin (6) Culver (3 and Howard; Nolan and Ferguson; Nlekr Schueler (5) Jarvls (B> am Williams. HR; Louis 000 MO 2 5 Pittsburgh 010 230 Sanfcrini (8-11) Hudson (5) Hrafcosk 5) Fclkers (7) and Julie; iV-oose (13- 0) (6) Hernandei [B) and San juillen. HRs: H-bner FIRST York MO 004 S t Montreal DOT 000 7 (2M2) and Dyer; Renko (3) of E he yards up the side- the final quarter. Ike Brown, Benson's running male in the Montreal backfield most of the night, ran over from the three-yard line early in (he opening quarter, while split end John Eason grabbed a 47-yard pass from Sonny Wade in the first half for the fourth Montreal major. (17) Fairey SECOND Hew York Ml 010 MO 4 ll Montreal -010 200 000 3 10 Webb, Frlsefls (7) McGra and Sudakis; Torrei, McAnall 5) Walker (10) and Boccabell. LEAGUE LEADERS B. Ch Garr, Cedeno, Hu Baker, All Walson, Hu Brotfc, SL A. Oliver, Pgh Cin AB 1W 179 44? 62 Ul 54? 74 17S 6i3 to m -540 83 173 .3 Sanlo Chi 611 107 .3 63 I-JO .30 590 (.9 17? .3 ench, Clncfnnati, ins, SL Horns runs: Colbert, San C Runs baMcd In: Bench, 174; D. VJ liarr.s, Pitching 15 decision cinnafi -750; C .7JO. MERICAN LEAGUE akland ncago innesota jnsas alifofnla EXflS Pet. C 9 .555 a .545 4 ,519 5 .513 4 .462 1 .413 2 ,S97 6 .549 7 .497 B .490 9 .487 "J ,153 ODAY'S GAMES Chicago Gossage (7-0) at Mtnnesofa orbin (8-91 Milwaukee Lorkwood (7-15) at Hew 'ork GDWEM (0-0) Texas Hand (10-14) at Kansas City Boston PalJin at Dsfroit :oleman (19-131 Oakland Odom (14-6) Bt Colifornia !ydn (19-15) "UES DAY'S RESULTS :hicago v. DID 001 514 .llnncsota Oil 001 9 E. Fisher, Kealey (fl) and bgan, BrinXrnan Cor bin. Granger J-6) (7) end Borgmann, MiirerwaEd FIRST iniore 3M 000 3M 1 3 Cleveland 010002 001 1J 1 Alexander, ScoU (7) Watt f2-3) (B) nd Oates, Efchebarren Tidrow, Ungorl W Farmer (10) and Fosse. HR: lailtmore 100 002 4 I I CJeveland CCO 000 3 B 1 irrison Jackson (7) and Etche- en; Lamb (S6> Palmer (7} Henni- (9) and Fosse, Johnson HRi Oakland 10! 110 California 100 7 jnler (A) Locker (A) Fingers (11-9) (9) and Tcnace, Duncan (7) Wright (13-11) and Hiatt. Boston 100 000 4 1 Detroit OflO 001 3 t 1 Tiant, (15-fi) Lee (7) and Fisk; Fry- ian (10-3} Seelbach (S) and Sims. exai......D10 OTO 3 8 1 Kanias CUy OK 000 I 0 Paul {B-9) Gogolcwskl [6> and Fahey; Busby Drago (7) and Tayfor, May Milwaukee 010001 T 0 New York .000010 7 0 Lockwood (3-15) Rydcrsoo (9) Tay- lor (9) and Rodriguez; Soltlemyra (H-18) McDaniel (91 and Munson. HRs: (21) Lahoud (33) LEAGUE LEADERS Carew, Win Pinlefla, KC _ D. Alien, Chi C. Way, Chi Rudf, Oak Stheinblu-m, KC Mayberry, KC AB R H Per. ..535 ..571 530 545 61 U? MY Fisk, Bos 01is, KC Ho. Ne 177 .350 90 54 .308 33 161 9-i 1B1 ,300 60 13S .300 500 6J 149 .393 532 102 171 .194 457 74 13J .393 534 74 107 .391 D. Allen, Mur- >rk, In: D. Allen, May- Runs baired berry Pifching (15) decisions; Hunter, Oak- land, Tlsnf, Boston, Roundup of bowling -H- d? CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Oarrell Larjk-r "I Les 316 Paul 7crr-f Em.ird 173; John ?96 Kin KurK 111 LirvJ.) Wai com-, OD "W- ?.16; Piyn-e 2J4 SthnitJt '215. YSC BANTAM BOYS "A" Division Geoffrey Krofeosh 213; Brad Dorren 213, Parry McDonald ?33; Darin ChakI Murray Johnion Richard FoIX IBS; Oaj-rvl Bailey 1S1. 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