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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTTHBRIDOE HEKAID Tuejdtty, Otlobef 1J, 1771 HI tick Hawks victorious Bruins no mystery for Rangers lly Till-: VYMIIAN PltESS Sabres defeated Pittsburgh Pen Coach Tom Johnson wav guins 2-1, Los Angeles Kings n-ht Boston Bruins weren't up topped Vancouver Canucks for the start of the National j and Toronto Maple Leafs and -3. llot-kev League season. California Golden Seals tied 3-3. The Bruins opened their rcgu-: In Saturday night games, Clu- lar season at home with a -H cago downed St. Louis Blues -1-2, loss to New York Rangers Sun- i Pittsburgh nipped Philadelphia dav night. fivers 3-2, Minnesota North In other Sunday games. Chi- i Stars trimmed Detroit 4-2 and Black Hawks edged De-! Montreal Canadiens and New trait Red Wings 2-1 Buffalo I York played to a 4-2 lie. Last season, the Bruins won their first East Division title in 30 years, smashing 37 league and individual records on the way. But they were unceremon- iously ousted by eventual cham- pion Montreal in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs and apparently haven't gotten over the shock of the upset. The Boston coach gave his club a tongue-lashing after it ashington Redskins THE ASSOCIATED PRESS session of first place in the American Conference's Centra] for one Curt Knight booted five field j a superlative per-! the Broncos, goals Sunday to lead undefeated forraance from light end Milt' finished the NHL's exhibition campaign witli a dismal three wins and one tie in nine starts. "I've been trying to impress upon them they just can't turn it on and off at he said before the regular season opened. "It is not a good policy to get into Ihe habit of losing." "The whole team didn't play up to said a dejected Johnson in the quiet Boston dressing room Sunday night. "I thought the Bruins were disorganized their attack, their Ranger defence- man Brad Park said. "But you have to give some credit to us. Maybe we made them play that u-ay." New York goalie Ed Giacomin i took the initial sting out of the Boston attack, stopping IB shots touchdown and in the first period. He had 32 saves over-all. BUT ESPO SCORES Rod Gilbert, Brace McGregor, am passing for another to turn back We know our defence will do ANDY CAPP THERE'S TEN 80S WE EACH FROM THE RENT MONEY PAY FIVE BOB AN1 SAV NO MORE ABOUT IT? AN' ME WERE THE ON LV ONES WHO KNEW Victoria scores pair of victories only points generated by the j Morin Nelsen wound Washington offence. Defensive end Ron picked off a Charley Johnson pass and carried it back 18 yards for a touchdown that as- sured the amazing Redskins their fourth straight victory, a feat they had not achieved at the start of a season since 1943, with 236 yards in passing for McDole i Cleveland while Terry Brad- shaw passed for both Pittsburgh touchdowns. LANDRY ON TARGET Greg Landry of the Lions had his best day as a pro, complet- ing 18 of 21 passes for 302 yards md four touchdowns, including when they made it to Ihe NFL' covering 10 and 60 yards to championship game. In Sunday's other games. Cleveland Browns beat Pitts- burgh Steelers 26-17, Detroit Lions edged Green Bay Packers ril-23, Chicago Bears walloped .New Orleans Saints 35-14. Los year history, ruining the debut of new Eagles coach Ed Khayat on Dave Osbornc's touchdown run and a pair of Fred Cox field goals. 1 Jim Bakken kicked four Held goals and MacArthur Lane and Roy Shrivers ran for touch- downs in the Cardinals' victory over the Falcons. Rookie Jim Plunkett fired touchdown Larry Walton. strikes to Randy Vataha and Green Bay threw a lot of sin- gle coverage at us instead of a zone." Landry reflected. "We couldn't run on them because of their strong defence line, so we passed." Kent Nix. who had won Chica- Angeles Rams upset San Fran- Hearts with his fourth- Oakland Raiders topped Denver Broncos 27-16. Minnesota kings muffled Philadelphia Ea- gles 13-0, St. Louis Cards whipped Atlanta Falcons 26-9. New England Patriols silenced New York .Jets 20-0, Miami Dol quarter heroics earlier this sea- son, had the whole game to per- form them this lime and met the challenge by completing 15 of 27 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns against the Saints. pliins turned back Cincinnati "I guess I was a little nerv- Bengals 23-13 and Kansas City ous, it was a long time between f nr Chiefs overhauled San Diego i said Nix, who nadntiiUJ. lopwed 50 yards for a touch- down in Ihe Patriots' shutout over the Jets. The Dolphins turned costly Bengals' mistakes into a pair of Bob Griese touchdown passes while Len Dawson passed for two scores in the Chiefs' come- from-behind decision over the Chargers. East berth Chargers 31-10. fn a Monday night game. Dallas Cowboys scored a 20-13 win over the New York Giants. "The game was not a thing of Knight said, referring to Washington's erratic offence. But coach George Alien called it "a 40-man effort." started a game since 1963. The Rams took over the NFC BALTIMORE (AP) West lead from the defending j waukee Brewers were naiw champion '49ers on a game-win- Saturday _to ning 64-yard touchdown run up the middle by Larry Smith. Buffalo fumbled four times. m Senators in the East Division of the American League. The action came in a meeting had four passes intercepted and of club owners and represenla- gained a measly 49 yards. lives, here for the World Series "We took the hall away five! Ken Stabler, subbing for in- times and came up with the big! jured Raiders quarterback Dar- be said. yle Lamonica, climaxed a pair Tin Browns, taking sole pos-: of third-quarter drives by run- Having served three years as an Alderman, 1 now ask for your support again tomorrow. I am 34 years old, married with four children and I have a real con- cern that Lethbridge continue to grow and be the kind of city where your children and mine will be able to grow up and live safely and happily. I also want it to be the kind of city of which ALL our citizens can be proud. I stand for no particular interest group but have represented and will contin- ue, if re-elected, to represent ALL of the citizens of tethbridge. The only promises that I will make are to give honest, independent representation to oil of our citizens and secondly, to make myself available 3t all reasonable times to any of our concerned citizens. TOMORROW, PLEASE EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE AND WHEN DOING SO, MARK YOUR BALLOT X Inserted by Vaughan Hembroff Independent candidate for City Council of baseball It wasn't unanimous." said American League president Joe Cronin, "but it wouldn't be with Chicago represented." Cronin referred to Chicago White Sos' interest in realigning their team with the East Divi- sion clubs. The White Sox and Brewers and Dallas-Fort Worth, new location of the Washington franchise, all were possibilities for the East. Tile opening developed when 1 owner Bob S'nort lifted the Sena- tors, an East Division club, out of Washington and headed to Texas last month. It took two days lo resolve the issue. Cronin said, because of the complexities of scheduling involved. The club representa- tives also met Friday. The only owners on hand Sat-1 urday were Allen (Bud) Sclig of I Milwaukee and Calvin Griffith of Minnesota Twins. Dinosaurs hall Bears CALGARY (CPi Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs knocked the University of Al- berta Golden Bears from the j undefeated ranks Saturday with j a Western Canada Inter- j collegiate football victory. Tht- loss for the league-lead- ing Bears was their first in five games while the Dinosaurs evened their season record at 2-2. Calgary led 1G-5 after three quarters of play but the Bears rallied in the fourth with touch- down passes from ryiartcrback Don Tallas to Mel Smith for yards and the Vance Curtis for 33 yards. Former Dinosaur Joe Petrone converted both and added a 31-yard field goal and singles on 73 and 50-yard kicks to complete Alberta scoring. Fullback Jim Dallin, a form- er Golden Hear, led Dinosaurs with two touchdowns on runs of III and seven yards. The oth- er Calgary score came when quarterback Ixs llorvath ran six yards then passed to Don Moulton for a two-point convert. Moulton kicked a 52-yard sin- gle and Brian Cote added two converts to round out Calgary scoring. season, spi out with a goal in the final pe- riod. Chico Maki's second goal of the game, with left, lifted Chicago past Detroit. First-period goals by Gen? Meehan and Rod Zaine gave the Sabres their victory over Pitts- burgh before a record Buffalo crowd of 15.429. Ross Lonsberry and Ralph Backstrom scored less than three minutes apart in the final period as Los Angeles broke a 2-2 deadlock against Vancouver, then held off the Canucks. Wayne Carleton scored two power play goals in the third period to help the Golden Seals into a 3-3 tie with Toronto. The 6-foot-2 left wing evened the scoring after Toronto had used two second period goals by Paul Hendersn and one by Jim Dorey to offset Carol Vadnais' first period maker. BIG M STILL DEADLY In Saturday's competition, Frank Mahovlich and Yvan Cournoyer each scored twice to spark Canadiens while Rangers' snipers were Dave Balon, Bobby Rousseau, Vic Hadfield and Peter Stemkmvski. Bobby Hull and Danny O'Shea scored two goals each for the Hawks, while Terry Crisp and Frank St. Marseille got Ihe Blues' goals. Danny Grant, with two goals, Murray Oliver and Gary Gam- bucci were Minnesota goal-get- ters. It was the first NHL goal for Gambucci. former all-Amer- ican from the University of Min- nesota, who played las't season with the United States national hockey team. Gary Bergman and Nick Libbet were the De- troit marksmen. A rookie also was in the lime- light at Pittsburgh, where D j- ryl Edcstrand's goal was the winner over the Penguins. Ron Schock and Greg Polis got Pitts- burgh's first two goals. Bobby Clarke and Serge Bemicr re- plied for the Myers, who were playing their first game under new coach Fred Schero. Weekend scorers SUNDAY IJuffalo 2 Pittsburgh I Zaine; New York Boston 1 New York i 1 b e r 1, MacGrcgor, Fairbairn, Ra- telle; Los Angeles I Vancouver 3 Los Backstrom., Pulford, Cor- ing; Kur- tcnbach, Maki. Chicago 2 Detroit i 2; Detroit Toronto 3 California 3 2, Dorey; 2, Vadnais. SATURDAY New York 4 Montreal 4 New Rous- seau, Hadfield, Stemkowski; Mahovlich 2, Cournoyer 2. Pittsburgh :i Philadelphia 2 Polis, Edcstrand; Clarke, Bernier. Minnesota -1 Detroit 2 2, Gam- Bergman, Libetl. Chicago 4 81. Louis 2 Chicago Hull 2, O'Slwa 2: St. St. Marseille. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Victoria Cougars won a pair of games during the Thanks- giving weekend while Edmon- ton Oil Kings split two to force a tie for first place in the western division of the Western Canada Hockey League. In the East, S a s k atoon Blades preserved a perfect rec- ord by whining their second straight, 3 1 over S'wift Cur- rent Broncos before a home- town crowd. It left the Blades alone at the lop of the eastern division. Winnipeg was second with a 1 1 record. Flin Flon Bombers bore the brunt of three straight losses on a western tour for the East's cellar position. Victoria edged the Manitoba team 5-3 Saturday and New Westmins- ter dumped them 7 4 the next night. Victoria's other win was a 5 decision over Vancouver Nats Monday night. Edmonton beat Medicine Hat 5 4 on Saturday in Medicine Hat but faded on Sunday at Calgary, losing 4 3 in overtime. Only other match during the weekend saw Winnipeg Jets blank Regina Pals 4-0. On the prairies, Edmonton's win against Medicine Hat was a close thing. Medicine Hat Tigers, playing their first game of the year, led 2 1 after one period and were tied 3-3 with the Kings going into the final frame. Don Kozak tied the score at 4 4 for Edmonton with less than four minutes remaining, after Boyd Anderson had put Medicine Hat ahead 4-3 earlier in the period. Tom Bladen's power play goal two minutes later turned out to be the winner. Terry Smith led Edmonton scoring with two early-game goals with Randy Smith adding a single. Randy Andreachuk, j Lanny McDonald and Jeff Ab- Ictt scored Medicine Hat's other markers. Traction speaks louder than words. Quality Winter Tires start at For City Council Vote NORMAND E. LECLAIRE ;