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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, THE UTH6RIDCE HERALU _ ANDY CAPP WHO WAS THE BUWbE HER WERE -rJJEEN WITH ON THURSDAY THAT BRUNETTE I SEEN WITH ON TUECCV Toronto Taking Lumps In Exhibition Action By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maple Leafs were patsies for the National Hpckey League's East Division teams last year, finishing sixth in the final standings. With the emergence of tyo ex- pansion teams in the division this year, the Leafs were ex- pected to show some semblance of a first-division club. Not so, if the NHL's pre-sea- son exhibition schedule is any barometer of the club's stabil- ity. Toronto went through last year's 10-game exhibition sea- son with one victory and seven losses. They're well on the way to equalling that record follow- ing a 4-1 loss to Vancouver Can- ucks Tuesday night. The Leafs, after nine outings, have one victory and six losses and conceivably could wind up with the worst won-loss record on the pre-season schedule after facing a revamped Los Angeles Kings club at Victoria tonight. WON 3 of 11 Vancouver, who officially open the 1970-71 NHL season Friday night at home against the Kings, completed their exhi- bition outings with three victo- ries, four losses and three ties. Buffalo, the other new entry this season and another Bast Division opponent 'for Toronto, played nine exhibition games, winning one and tying three. In the only other' game Tues- day night, St. Louis Blues con- tinued their dominance of Min- nesota North Stars with a home ice 4-2 victory. At Vancouver, captain Orland Kurtenbach, drafted by the Can- ucks for his leadership on ice as well as his .Over-all ability, played a strong two-way game against his former team, scor- ing twice and checking tena- ciously. The fans saw the Can- ucks jump into a 4-0 lead before Mike Walton finished the scor- ing for Toronto in the second period, beating V-a n c o u v e r goalie Charlie Hodge cleanly with a shot from the point. Ed Hatoum and Danny John- son were the other Vancouver marksmen beating Jacques Plante who played the entire game in the Tronto goal. George Gardner, Hodge and Dune Wilson shared Vancou- ver's gpaltending chores. Rookies George Morrison and Christian Bordereau scored too each for St. Louis as the Blues, West Division champions last year, improved their exhibition record to three wins, five losses and two ties. The North Stars won four and lost four of It games. Other games on tap tonight has Philadelphia Flyers enter- taining Oakland Seals and Boston home to New York Hangers. Claude Ruel, Montreal's coach said Tuesday night he's still unsure of the lineup he'l! ice when the Caaadiens open their schedule at Philadelphia Sunday. The Canucks, hoping to ice their strongest team for Fri- day's opener, have been facet with contract troubles. Veterar, minor leaguer Ted Taylor lefl camp Monday and defeneeman John Arbour left Tuesday over negotiation differences with general manager Bud Poile. Finland's Lasse Oksanen was believed heading home after the Vancouver front office wouldn't guaranty his future as an NHLer. Several others are still discussing their 1970-71 terms but are expected to be sighed by game time.- The wine that's winning the West! Calona Red Dry is winning new friends every day. The reason: superior quality and consistent good taste! Calona Red Dry is a dry, velvety, full-bodied dinner wine- carefully vinted from specially selected grapes and aged io perfection. Once you've tried Calona Red Dry, you'll ivant to serve it as the perfect complement to roasts, chops, steaks and game. It's the one red dinner wine you'll always want io have on hand. Canada's leading winemaker. A. Beret and Scarf Set In knitted acrylic. Scarf 5' long. Solid colours in Green, Bone, Royal. Navy, Brown, Gold or White. SET C. Toque and Scarf Set 2 tone colours. Scarf 6' long with 12" fringe. Combination of Red, Gold, Green or Bone. And Iry these other lino C.ilonn Wines Crackling Rose Crackling Whito Roynl Rod Had Dry Royal Whito Italian Vermouth Sweet Sherry Double Jnck Muscntel Cherry Jock While Port Toque and Scarf Knitted acrylic 2 tones. Scarf 56" long with pom pom on toque. Pink, SET B. Beret with Assorted Fringed Scarf knitted acrylic and mohair blend. Brown, Green, Grey. A QM SET O.O4 D. Scarf and Peak Cap Set Knitted acrylic, hand crochet, knit. Scarf 5' long with 5" White, Camel, Gold, Red, Green or Bone. SET (NOT ILLUSTRATED) Girls' Beret and Scarf Set In knitted acrylic. Fancy jacqutird de- sign at the end of scarf. Scarlet, Cit- rus, Blond or Navy. SET 3.84 3.84 Closed Monday. Open Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;