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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THI IETHMIDOI HMAID Monday, Oclobtr S, WO Maple Leafs Lose Two But Happy As Keon Signs CHALMERS FIRES ONE PAST EDMONTON GOALIE Un Chalmers, Kings opened the Alberta Junior Hockey league with Iwo convincing right part Larry Hendrick, of'the Edmonton Maple Leafs wins. They dumped Edmonton Movers 10-1 Saturday and the Leafs 11-3 Sunday afternoon at the Arena. Uoyd Pawluk (14) looks on for rebound. Sunday. Locals Make It Look Easy Over Edmonton Clubs Sugar Kings Breeze Through Weekend By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Coach John Chapman of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings was pleased with his dub's efforts over the weekend but was no- licably disappointed in the lack of competition. Kings swept a pair from the two visiting Edmonton Clubs and in the process worked up very little sweat. Saturday night the locals belted Movers 10-1 and then sent the Maple Leafs home on the short end of an 11-3 count. Better than fans sat in on the games with better than on h-md Saturday evening. Gary PaskusK and Lloyd Pawluk paced the Sugar Kings offensive attack Sunday after- noon with three goals each. Lanny McDonald, Fraser Rob- ertson, Don Southern, Alex Kogler and Len Chalmers add- ed singletons as the Kings scored almost at will against a disorganized Maple Leaf squad. Les Drewicki, Jim Carr and Gene State replied for the Maple Leafs. The game started on a slow note with the Kings taking a 2-1 lead into the dressing room after the first 20 minutes. Five goals in the middle stanza put the game out of reach for the locals. Referee Gerry Gray whistled down 27 penalties in the con- test including three game mis- conducts, two to the Sugar Southern and Joe Mutch took early showers while Rick Nornden got the gate after decking linesman Tony Merkle. Saturday evening ths script read almost the same as the Kings took a 2-0 lead following WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM N.A. Title tumberioA Bout SIKI vs. RUHL Plui 5 more exciting matches S2 1.50 the first period and upped it to 8-1 after the second. George McCrea got off to a good start firing home three markers. Pawluk chipped in with a pah- while solo efforts were turned in by Mutch, Dave Krook, McDonald, Chalm- ers and Southern. Bob Sidney averted a shutout for the Movers as he closed the gap to 2-1 at the start of the second period. Sugar Kings got the nod on 13 penalties Sunday while Sat- urday they were given seven of 12. John Davidson, in the nets for the Kings came up with 28 saves Sunday as compared to 42. for Larry Hetidricks for the Rams Still Unbeaten By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Denver Broncos, a dog-eared doormat in pro football dun- geons for years, finally pulled the rug from under Kansas City Chiefs. and let the sun shine "This was a big win-probably the biggest since we came chortled Coach Lou Saban after his perennial lambs turned into tigers and shelled the powerhouse Chiefs 25-13 in Undefeated Picture Butte High School trounced the Raymond Comets 63-25 over the weekend and is the only team yet to be defeat- ed in the Western Eight Foot- ball Conference. In other league action the Coaldale Spartans doubled the score on Vulcan taking a 26-13 victory; Milk River Ridge Rid- ers beat the Claresholm squad 32-26; High River trimmed Cardston 17-12 and the St. Mary's Warriors took a 16-8 vic- tory over Nanton. In Picture Butte the host club used a powerful passing at- tack against the Raymond de- fenders who were not familiar with that type of offense. During the season the Comets IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY ft TIRES 9 BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FAIL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rancho Ernie Says DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI 6lh AVE., M.M. DRIVE Service PHONE 327-5406 ms Suffer he National Football Bronco buster paced a of turnabouts on Black "The boys played Green Bay upset Min- idded the jubilant Saban, 13-10, beating the Vikings ook a lot of people to get a rictory like this. All you the first time at home since 1965; Buffalo derailed the high- say is that it was a great New York. Jets 34-31 effort. I know it's a cliche St. Louis pulled off a 20-7 but it's about all you can over Dallas' high-pow- Sunday's success was the Cowboys. ime since 1964 that the Angeles won as expected, lave beaten the Chiefs, over San Diego 37-10; year's Super Bowl stalled Philadelphia 33-21; Atlanta slipped by Francisco 21-20; New Orle- knocked off New York 14-10, Baltimore Colts the tables on underdog grabbing a comeback L victory and Houston bullied 20-13. Broncos' manhunting de- played get-the-quarter- usually faced a running and got to Kansas City and could not contain the Len Dawson seven times. landed Picture Butte recievers who picked off 32 Hpwfield, Denver's former soccer player from Eng- On the other hand the kicked four field goals, mond offense stayed with for 47 yards. The ferocious ground attack and picked defenders let the big, 460 yards rushing, but lo Chiefs score only one a 52-yard drive late For the Comets Philip the third period. bert scored two majors while Moris Anneca and Rick Smith each scored one. Picture Butte scores were not known. Meanwhile in Coaldale Bay quarterback Bart Starr, listed as a questionable starter because of injuries, played the entire game. He moved his team within field terback Ron Uhryn completed seven passes to Rick Lowe who gained 185 yards along range for two three-pointers, and Dave Hampton provided the Pack with a 101-yard two touchdowns in the run on a kickoff in Bernard Onlkeen and fourth quarter. Foxall also picked up a Shaw, cucumber-coo' Vulcan scorers were fire in his rookie season; Ellis and Ken Spencer for two touchdowns for one His last scoring strike Milk River Ridge the a 25-yarder to gained their second victory Briscoe with left. the year with the 32-26 win Namath also threw two TD for the Jets. Welsh threw two Hart, booed for inept passes to Lodermeier for the Ridge Riders while Haretia picked up two and Wayne in the first two quarters, pitched two scoring strikes in the last half as the Cardinals len added Dallas. In Cardston with five minutes left in the contest Bruce Laid-law drove through the middle and travelled 95 yards to give High River their victory. Bob Fraser added a touchdown, two singles and a field goal for Rams took Hie opening kickoff and slammed 73 yards to paydirl to open the scoring and set the lone for their victory over chargeless San Diego. Los Angeles' trigger-quick defense snatched four John Had winners. For Cardston Ken Spackman and Ken Olsen scored a in the first half and the Rams converted three of them apiece in a losing field goals. AVPHUF A ftth Hlk STREET 4 lit AVENUE, IITHHUDGI, AUTOMOBILE An energelic Mercury dealership requires salesmen immediately. Usual company benefits include company demo, health plan and commission plan. Apply G. R. SALES PH. Leafs. The Kings were quick test Hendricks as they outsh the visitors 174 in the fir period Sunday. Saturday Davi son blocked 25 while Doug Soe tart stopped 35. Sugar Kings hit the roa Tuesday to meet the Moui Royal College Cougars in Cal gary. Next weekend they pa a return visit to Edmonton meet the Leafs and Movers. Sugar Kings may lose fl irst two goals scored Saturda night. Chapman, in his_ debut a a coach, forgot to list new comer David George on th scoresheet. The error was n ticed after the first period an eorge was removed from ti ine-up. It's hard to say what m lappen but the Kings were vi 1ms of the same happening Ponoka last year in the pla offs. It seems, however, I rules have changed. Last ye Ponoka did not lose any of t goals scored while David Whi was in the line-up. Apparenl Jie then league president Stev W y k e T misinterpreted t h ruling. It has been changed th time around, however. WIN TWICE Meanwhile in other games over the weekend t newest .entry in the league Ca gary Mount Royal Cougai racked up two wins. Saturd evening they downed Edmont Maple Leafs 54 and complet the sweep with a 7-3 victor over th.e Movers Sunday afti noon. Red Deer Rustlers edg Ponoka Stampeders 4-3 in t only other game played, Sati day evening: Home Colborne paced t Calgary attack over the wee end as he scored twice again the Maple Leafs and thr times against the Movers. Al Pollock notched a pair Sunday while Brian Smith scored a sin- gleton in each game. Other Cal- gary marksmen were Darrel Goss and Bob Leguillox with solo markers Saturday and By THE CANADIAN PRESS It was a lost weekend for To- onto Maple Leafs on the score- iard, but a ray of hope for the ture came Saturday when ave Keon, their centre and aptain, signed his 1970-71 Na- onal Hockey League contract. The Leafs came out on the lort end of 5-3 and 4-2 exhibi- on scores with Chicago Black awks. Saturday's 5-3 loss at ome was tempered somewhat hen Toronto general manager im Gregory announced Keon ad accepted a new contract. No details were disclosed, but jregory said the contract would ot make Keon the highest paid layer in Leaf history, not even season unbeaten string to three at Victoria as Andre Boudrias, Darryl Sly and Mike Corrigan notched Vancouver goals. Larry Mickey, Mike Bycrs and Gord iith bonuses. That means even with bo- uses the 10-year veteran will ot receive the reported ceepted by defsnceman Tim [orton last year. Morton was ubsequently traded to New fork Rangers. Keon left the Toronto training amp Sept. 20 when negotiations jr his contract were not prog- essing to his satisfaction. Greg- ory said after a meeting last veek that only the details were still to be completed and that he tpected Keon's return by the have veekend. Keon is reported to John Huber with a single Sun- day. Ross Darros, Craig Wolansky and Gord Gamble scored for the Movers while Randy Smith, Les Derwicki, Gene Stratte and Phil Blake accounted for the Maple Leaf markers. Mickey Girard, Leo McDcug- all, Brian Ogilvie and Dave Andrews accounted for the Red Deer goals while Marcel Co- meau, Doug SilverhagI.e and Harold Graham replied for Po- noka. LOOSU PUCKS The old saying he couldn't put the puck in the ocean is haunting Alex Kogler Four breakaways Sunday netted him nothing, he scored once from a close in shot after a save by Hendricks Word has it he will see some action with the Calgary Centennials He has all the ingredients if he could just score Goalie John David- son lakes nothing from op- posing forwards Handy Smith o( Ihc Leafs had the. mis- fortune of spearing Ilic bis Lethbridge nctmindcr and paid for it in lumps as Davidson dropped him to the ice and put the dukes to him John Chapman says his club could have been sharper The rookie coach is also concerned nfler what he saw this past weekend 'Hie definite iJick of opposition didn't sit too well with him. asked for while the Leafs countered with a contract. It is believed he set- tled for about In other Saturday games, Pittsburgh Penguins nipped Buffalo Sabres 2-1, New York edged St. Louis Blues 6-5, Van- couver Canucks and Los Ange- les Kings tied 3-3, Detroit Red Wings tied Fort Worth at the Central League 6-6, and Phila- delphia Flyers tripped Hershey Bears of the American League 6-2. Chicago's home ice 4-2 victory over Toronto Sunday left the Leafs with the worst exhibition record, one victory and two ties in eight games. Buffalo came up with its first exhibition win, 2-1 over Pitts- burgh, but the Sabres have three ties. In other Sunday games, Montreal continued its winning ways, 5-4 over Boston Bruins, Minnesota North Stars nipned Cleveland Barons of the AHL 3-2 and Philadelphia Flyers tied the AHL Rochester Americans 3-3. Bobby Hull's two goals and another by Lou Angotti in the third period overcame a rookie- laden Toronto, club Sunday. The Leafs held a 2-1 lead on goals by Mike Walton and Norm Dll- rnan. Chico Maki was the other Chicago scorer. ROOKIE STOPS 42 At Boston, the Bruins' efforts were snuffed out by rookie goal- tender Ken Dryden, a former all-America at Cornell Univer- sity who turned aside 42 Boston shots. Marc Tardif led the scor- ing for- Canadiens with two goals before 14.888. Also scoring for the Canadiens were-Boston-born Bobby Shee- han, Rejean Houle and Greg Boddy. Dallas Smith, Fred Stan- field, Wayne Cashman and John Bucyk tallied the Boston scores. Defenceman Ted Green, who missed last season because of a near-tragic head injury suffered in a pro-season gams with St. Louis, received a tumultuous welcome from the Boston fans when he skated out on the ice for the first time. Minnesota scored on a de- flected shot off Barons defence- man Gary Geldart to earn their victory at Cleveland. Danny Grant, Bill Goldsworthy and Jude Drouin scored for the North Stars, Ray Comeau and Barry Mcissner for the Barons. Goals by Dave Dunn and Red Armstrong in the third period lifted Rochester into a home ice tie with the Flyers. Steve Atkinson and Kevin O'Shea scored in the Buffalo victory at Brantford, Ont., Jean Pronovost replying for Pitts- burgh. It was a turnabout from the previous night at Peterbor- ough. Ont., where veteran Ken Schinkel's tally with less than minutes remaining gave the Penguins a 2-1 victory. Wally Boycr for Pittsburgh and AUcns'on bad the oilier goals in the game. The Canucks ran their pre- High Priced Water Boy ST. THOMAS, Ont. (CP) Gordie Howe, year star of Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, watched Sunday night as his sons Marty, IB. and Mark, 15, played here for Dclj-oit Jun- ior Red Wings in a 74 vic- tory over St. Thomas Elgins in a Southern Ontario Hockey Association Junior A game. When he went to the De- troit dressing room, Marty tossed him a water bottle and asked him lo fill it. "Do you know any other water Howe asked. Sassafras Noses Out Nijinsky PARIS (AP) Sassafras pulled off one of racing's big- Jest upsets Sunday by beating the Canadian-bred wonder horse Nijinsky by a nose in the Arc de Triimpbe, the world's richest horse race. The French horse, ridden by Yves Saint-Martin, held off the previously-unbeaten Nijinsky owned by American Charles W. Engelhard, in the stretch of the Hi-mile race. British jockey Lester Piggotl had kept Nijinsky well off the pace for the first mile. 'Another French entry, Miss Dan, finished third in the fielc of 15 in1 chilly, overcast am damp weather at Longchamps race track. vabossiere replied for Los An- jeles. The same two clubs open the schedule Friday night at Vancouver. At Toronto, rookies Larry Ho- marchuck and Dan Maloney carried tire early Black Hawk scoring thrust, Homanchuck scoring twice in the first period, before Leafs tied it up on goals by Walton, Ullman and defence- man Rick Ley. But goals by Maki and Bobby Hull provided Chicago's winning margin: Hod Soiling's third-period goal lifted New York, past St. Louis. Red Berenson, with two, Chris Bordeleau, Jim Roberts and George Morrison scored for the Blues white Bob Nevin, with two, Ted Irvin, Don Luce and Vic Hadfield replied for the Rangers. Bob Guindon's goal with just over a minute to go gave Fort Worth its 6-6 tie with the Red Whigs in a game played at Hampton, Va. A crowd of watched the first ever hockey game in the Virginia commun- ity- Gary Dornhoefer, Jean-Guy Gendron, Serge Bernier, Earl Kaiskala, Simon Nolet and Bill Lesuk shared the Flyers goals at Hershey. Gil Gilbert and. Mike Nykoluk scored for the Bears. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NFL STANDINGS American ENGLISH LEAGUI Eastern 1 W L T F A T L F A Ptl Baltimore 210 54 64 8 2 1 16 5 IB Miami 21 0 54 50 City 6 3 i is 6 IS Boston 1 2 0 54 61 6 3 1 22 12 15 N.Y. Jets 1 2 0 83 86 5 4 2 16 8 14 Buffalo 1 2 0 44 75