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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October LETHBRIDOE HERALD-13 Sabres sharp in opener. Kings upset Philadelphia Files suit Mike Andrews, temporarily dropped from the Oakland A's line-up in last year's World Series, has filed a million lawsuit against Charles Finley, A's owner and team physician Harry Walker. Summaries LA 5 PHILADELPHIA 3 First Period: 1 Los Angeles, Corngan 1 (Brown) 2 57. 2 LOS Angeles, Murdoch 1 (Murphy, Carr) 1355 Penalties Kelly, Schultz (misconduct) 442. Dupont 938, Maloney 16 15, Dupont 18 55 Second Period: 3 Philadelphia, Bladon 1 (Kmdrachuk, Kelly) 2.28. 4 Los Angeles, Maloney 1 (Nevm, St. Marseille) 5 08, S Philadelphia. Joe Watson 1 (Kindrachuk, Kelly) 11 27. 6 Los Angeles, Williams 1 (Murphy, Carr) 19 25 Penalties Schultz? 54, (misconduct) 19 25. Schultz, Maloney (majors) 1010, Kelly 11 S3 Third Period: 7 Philadelphia, Kelly 1 (Dupont Kindrachuk) 5 26, 8 Los Angeles, Williams 2 (Nevin) 19-40 Penalties Dupont 118, Van Impe 7.27, Newn 8 57 Shote on goal by: Los Angeles 11 10 Philadelphia 7 14 BUFFALO 9 BOSTON 5 First Period: 1 Buffalo, Gare 1 (Ramsay, Luce) 018, 2 Boston, Hodge 1 (Esposito) 4 00, 3' Boston, Forbes 1 (Vadnais) 9.29, 4 Perreault 1 (Korab, Lorentz) 14.23 Penalties Camera 231, Martin 6 35, Hodge, Bromley (minors, misconducts) 7-09, Orr 7 26, Vadnais 14 06. Savard 16 01 Second Period: 5 Buffalo. Martin 1 (Lorentz, Perreault) 11 34.6 Buffalo, ANDY CAPP Ramsay 1 (Luce, Gare) 1410, 7 Buffalo, Martin 2 (Perreault, Robert) 1449; 8 Buffalo, Luce 1 (Ramsay) 19 21 Penalties Korab 0-45, Forbes (misconduct) 1014, Savard 10.29, Meehan 1740 Third Period: 9 Buffalo, Perreault 2 (Martin, Robert) 208. 10 Boston, Vadnais 1 (Hodge, Orr) 455, 11 Buffalo. Spencer 1 (Lorentz) 5 Buffalo, Perreault 3 1412, 13 Boston, Esposito 1 16 Boston, Savard 1 (O'Reilly. Edestrand) 1834 Penalties Korab 341, Marcotte (misconduct) 1139. Vadnais 1350, Schoenfeld 16 24 Shots on goal by: Boston 4 7 Buffalo 12 14 Attendance THE CANADIAN PRESS Gil Perreault and Rick Mar- tin seem to have resolved their differences and the result is that Buffalo Sabres' French Connection line is as potent as ever. The two National Hockey League stars, who appeared to be feuding they had a heated verbal exchange during a pre-seaspn .game, combined for five goals Thursday night, leading the Sabres to a 9-5 upset over Boston Bruins in the season opener for both clubs at Buffalo. Thursday's other game also featured an upset with Los An- geles Kings dumping the Stan- ley Cup champion Philadelphia Flyers 5-3. Perreault's first goal of the night gave the Sabres a 2-2 tie at the end of the first period. Buffalo's star centre then helped set up Martin's two goals which, combined with scores by Craig Ramsay and Don Luce, gave the Sabres a 6- 2 lead going into the final period. Luce's goal came on a breakaway while the Sabres v were killing off a penalty to Gerry Meehan. In the third period, Perreault added two goals, one of which was assisted by Martin, and Brian Spencer added the other Buffalo goal. Rookie Dan Gare, a 1974 draft pick from Calgary of the Western Canada Hockey League, got Buffalo's first goal in the first period and added an assist on Ramsay's goal. The Sabres bombarded goalie Gilles Gilbert with 40 shots, while Buffalo's Gary Bromley made only 13 saves. Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge, Dave Forbes, Carol Vadnais and Andre Savard scored for the Bruins. Tom Williams scored two goals to lead the Kings' win at Philadelphia The Kings took a 2-0 first- penod lead on goals by Mike Corrigan and Bob Murdoch who knocked bis own rebound past goalie Bernie Parent. Dan Maloney scored the other Los Angeles goal at of the second period. Tom Bladcn, Joe Watson and Bob Kelly replied for the Flyers'. Bladon's goal came at the two-minute mark of the se- cond period when he fired a 50-foot shot past goalie Gary Edwards. Maloney made it 3-1 when he beat Parent at after taking a pass from Frank St. Marseille. Los Angeles held a 4-3 edge going into the final'period when the Flyers pulled Parent. Williams picked up his goal when he shot the puck into the empty net at after taking a pass from Bob Nevin. Philadelphia's Dave Schultz, who last season serv- ed a record 348 penalty minutes, opened the new season by spending 27 min- utes in the penalty box with a minor, a major and two mis- conducts. Short sport Canucks9 streak snapped RED DEER (CP) Red Deer Rustlers defeated Calgary Canucks 5-3 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Thursday night snapping the Canucks winning streak at six games Rookie George Wright scored two goals to spark the attack of the Rustlers who led 3-1 and 4-3 by periods. Other Red Deer goals were supplied by Ed Guise, Gord Gustafson and Kendall Schafer. Jerry Bancks with two and Derrel Moriyama scored for Calgary. KNEE NEEDS REPAIR PHILADELPHIA (AP) Larry Bowa, Philadelphia Phillies all-star shortstop, will enter Methodist Hospital on Sunday for surgery on his left knee, the team announced Thursday. The surgery, sched- uled for Monday, is to remove a "loose body" in Bowa's left knee. HERDER RESIGNED MIAMI (AP) Miami Dol- phins have signed defensive end Vern Den Herder to a renegotiated, multi-year contract, the National Foot- ball League club said Thur- sday. A club spokesman said the new contract made Den Herder's contract equitable to those of other veterans of the two-time Super Bowl cham- pions who have signed renegotiated contracts. MAKES LIVING HALL COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Veteran driver Del Cameron, winner of three Hambietonians and two Little Dart league WOMEN'S CITY DARTS 48 44 44 Miles-A.N A F 43 42 42 40 A F 40 40 37 H 35 34 34 31 30 30 28 .28 Stark-Elks 27 A F ..26 .26 25 A 25 25 Final Games Oct 21 Legion Brown Jugs, has become the 19th person to be elected to the U.S. Harness Writers' Liv- ing Hall of Fame. Writers President Allen J. Finkelson of Monticello Raceway said Cameron, to be installed into the Hall of Fame in July in Goshen, N.Y., was chosen in balloting by harness writers throughout North America. SHARE BOXING CARD NEW YORK (AP) The Piton brothers of Argentina will fight two 10-round co- features at the Felt Forum Monday night, Oct. 21, Madison Square Garden Box- ing announced Thursday. Oscar Piton will fight Bobby Hughes of New York in a lightweight bout while Omar Piton will meet Eddie Parks of Paterson, N.J., in a welterweight match NICE Klb THAT NEW BARMAID, AN'INTELLIGENT WITH IT fO-B IN A PUS, THAT'S ANYONE I WHO CAN TALK LOUDER THE Lethbridge to get farm team? BILLINGS, Mont. of the Pioneer Baseball League'are scheduled to take up the issue of league expansion at the league's annual meeting Saturday. Ralph C. Nelles, Billings Mustangs President, said Butte and Missoula along with Calgary and Lethbndge, are interested in joining the league. Nelles .said the Montreal Expos have shown interest in plac- ing a team in Lethbndge for the 1975 season Teams currently represent Billings, Falls, Idaho Fails, Idaho, and Ogden, Utah. Billings is a farm club of the Cincinnati Reds, the Great Falls Giants belong to the San Fran- cisco Giants and the Idaho Angels is the rookie club of the California Angels. Ogden has no parent club but received players from six major league teams in 1974. NeUes said the league hopes to expand to six teams by the 1975 SHOOTERS Thanksgiving heralds the rich gotten days for the hunter. Bird hunters win find the northern flights in me Area, coupled with the open- ing of the Sharp Tail and Pheasant season Game too. is a harvest This year the hunter win find bountiful ducks and geese, an average crop for Hungarian partridge and sharp tail Regretfully there win be few pheasants which is an Hie sadder when we conskler the gaudy plumage of this bird ihat so perfectly com- plirnents the fan cotours. The scarcity of pheasants is due to a large ex- tent to the absence of habitat, habitat being the fence rows, brush covered banks of irrigation ditches, and trees Quite apart from the pheasant these so called waste areas once broke the monotony of the landscape and made the countryside beautiful Let us hope that hi the future more favourable economic- win permit the land owner to turn Ms attention to esthetic values over a few of his acres, Unfortunately the bountiful harvest of ducks and geese is being paid in part by serious crap damage to many farmers. Harvest is not yet complete and there are many termers who would odcorne hunter assiManoe m protection of vulnerable crops. This is an appropriate time lor we at Plainsman to express our appreciation to Southern Ateertans who have seen fit to pafronim us throughout the year We have chosen to do (his with a Thanksgiving week sale during which erne top quality merchandise be sold ow customers at significant savings. OetaBswa appear to an ad, but as we feel that many of our regular customers read this column, a bonus dls- count ot five per cert wB be given to anyone who mentions "Shooters Scoreboard COMNQ EVENTS This Sunday wm see the Mosstelgh CM> how Jhefr annual "Pheasant Hunters Special ShooT with 50 angles. SO han- dicap, and SO doubles TMs event is always popular, and Ms year more shcottag Chan can posswv be found In quest of On October f9 and 20 Jhe lelhbrfdge Trap CWb wfll hoW a 500 Wrd registered Short. Mark down the dales, farther details next week. ruiisiu SNITS CANADA? LCADtBO tjf- PUEH OF 40AUTT FlftCMM, TAKCCT MOIMKCWT SVPPUES, U0HTWEWMT CAMP- WO AHO AIF1KC COWlCnE CWfHWTWWW SCKvKC. Richard going to play OPEN Boys' art Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized CCM Adjustable HOCKEY HELMETS CAHAandCSA Approved Fits all sizes LM Price Our Price 13 Mac's CKllUl PtKMM MONTREAL (CP) Henri Richard has told Montreal Ca- SALES REPRESENTATIVE APPOINTMENT Mr. KeXh Blckerton, Area ager of ed Homes CHL Lethbiidge pleased to an- nounce the appointment of Mr Jim Able as Safes Rep- resentative for Engineered Homes In Lethbridge and Area. Mr Able emers the real estate field with much ex- perience in dealing with the public through his 20 year successful association with Simpson Sears LM_ in Calgary. BurMngton. Ontario and as Operating Superintendent- Assistant Manager in Lefltuiidge tor The 4 years Mr Able, Wife Audrey their two fonwxl to e new oofftag ceteer thai jHftt ins cJhoeen To of hto many friends end new accept tros Invitation to consuTt JHm tor all your future housing naffiens he will be at the Na- tional Hockey League club's practice today after failing to show up for a workout Thurs- day. Richard, 38, was reported ready to quit hockey after he was excluded from the Cana- dians Jineup Wednesday night in a'season opener here against New York Islanders. He told general manager Sam Pollock Thursday night of his decision to return. Richard said be wanted to play the first game. "It's my JOth year and open- ing night is a big night as far as I'm he said. Locals off to Edmonton today i Tigers edge Broncos MEDICINE HAT (Special) Greg Vaydik's second goal of the night, at the mark of the final period, carried the unbeaten Medicine Hat Tigers to a narrow 5-4 win oxer Lethbridge Broncos in Western Canada Hockey League action Thursday night. Vaydik, a 19-year, old centreman, scored his first marker midway through the se- cond period and then notched the winner Vaydik stole the puck in his own end as the Broncos, trailing 4-3, were putting the pressure on. Vaydik was all alone after the steal and beat Bronco goalie Bill Oleschuk with a high shot from a bad angle Tigers' other markers came off the sticks of Gary Vaughan, Barry Dean and Don Murdoch Brian Trottier, Ron Delorme, Greg Woods and Don Johnson replied for the Broncos as they were outshot 37-31. Referee Murray Hardy of Winnipeg issued 20 penalties in all, with the Broncos taking 11, including two of four majors and three of five misconducts. GREG WOODS The loss was the second for the Broncos in'three games while the Tigers have yet to taste defeat in three games. Broncos see action this evening as they travel to Edmonton. Bill Burton, general manager of the BroAcos received a fine for entering the referee's room after Tuesday's 5-1 loss to Kamloops Chiefs. Burton went to the referee's room to voice his displeasure at the officiating of Hardy and as well to get a ruling on the match penalty to Bronco forward Brian Sutler Sutter received a match penalty meant expulsion from the game, because he wore tape on an injured thumb However, the new rule states that an in- jury must result from the tape before a match penalty is assessed Hardy, in this case, was wrong in his ruling. The undefeated Brandon Wheat Kings, meanwhile, recorded a 5-3 victory over Flin Flon Bombers. The Wheat Kings are atop the eastern division with three wins and a tie Rick Blight had two third period goals for the Wheat Kings. The other Brandon scorers were Dale Parker, Don Bonner and Wayne Naka. The visiting Bombers, who have only one tie in six starts, had goals by Jerry Rollins, Scott Williams and Richmond Gosselin. MEDICINE HAT 5 BRONCOS 4 First Period: 1 Lethbridge, Trottier (Sutter, Samis) 4 31, 2 Medicine Hat, Dean (Bast) 12-24 3 Medicine Hat, Vaughan (Dean) 1259 Penalties fleiger 356 Lane, Morgan (double minors) Ray 7 26 Ray (major) Maxwell, Henderson (major, misconduct) Lethbridge bench penalty (served by Delorme) 11 24, Oleschuk (served by 15 04, Bast 1709 Second Period: 4 Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Boychuk) 1 10, S Lethbridge, Delorme (Woods) 6 55, 6 Lethbridge Woods (Trottier) 7 15, 7 Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Dean, Lane) 9 14 Penalties 240. Jobson 1022 Third Period: 8 Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Maxwell) 803, 9 Lethbridge, Johnson (Woods, Eastcott) 12 19 Penalties Sanche, Ttdey misconducts) 8 49, Trottier (m sconduct) 19 51 on goal by: Lethbridge 7 14 Medicine Hat 9 13 Goaltenders Oleschuk, Lethbridge, Light, Medicine Hat Attendance Howe scores two, scraps, all set for new season THE CANDIAN PRESS Gordie Howe doesn't appear to have suffered any letdown following the Team Canada exhibition hockey series against the Soviet Union. Howe, 46, one of the stars of the Team Canada series which wound up with the team returning from Europe Wednesday, was back with Houston Aeros a day later to score two goals in 54 exhibi- tion victory over Michigan Stags. In other pre-season World Hockey Association games Thursday, San Diego Mariners beat Phoenix Roadrunners 3-0 and Chicago Cougars dropped a 3-1 deci- sion to Long Island Cougars of the North American Hockey League. Howe also fought with J P. LeBlanc and Gary Veneruzzo behind the Houston net in the third period. They were sent to the penalty box, a move that ended the Stags' chances of upsetting the defending WHA champions Howe's goals kept the Aeros in the game at Detroit, tying the score M and 2-2. With slightly more than a minute gone in the final period, Gordon Labossiere scored the winning goal when netminder Gerry Desjardins accidentally knocked the puck to him when trying to clear it in front of his goal. SAND gravel ASPHALT ITOLLESTRUPJ SAND and ORAVEL 1 CenemicHonCo.Ud., PHONE 32S41M Also scoring for Houston were Andre Hinse and Don Larway. LeBlanc, Veneruzzo, Jac- ques Locas and Fred Speck scored for Michigan, formerly Los Angeles Sharks. The Mariners posted their second shutout in four exhibi- tion games in the match at San Diego. Goalies Joe Junkin and Russ Gillow stopped 44 Phoenix shots. The Mariners took a 2-0 lead in the second period on goals by Lee Inglis and Wayne Riven and Tom Trevelyan's goal in the third period com- pleted the scoring. Rick Ciotti and Don MacK- enzie of Long Island scored on Chicago goalie Dave Dryden in the third penod to decide the game played at Sussex. COALDALE CURLING CLUB Membership taken now! MIXED CURLING-FEES EACH Curling first week in November! Phone BOB TARLECK BELIEVES IN: rMfMMwHity oy y Duognary pi tui HIM. Insuring that tax dollars Vnw vpejni in mw tha BOB TARLECK I CONCERNED FOR THE 70't October: Dry Dimitri Martini Can you make a good dry martini with vodka7 You can have fun finding out1 Put 2 or 3 ice cubes in an old- fashioned glass Add a few drops of dry vermouth and 2% ounces of Dimitn Vodka Stir gently 3 or 4 times and garnish with the traditional twist of lemon or olive. Enjoy making up your mind about Hie Dry Dimitn MEAGHBIS DIMITR1 VODKA ;