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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta l THE Canucks Break Even In Weekend Actwn Blues Hum Winning Tune In First Tests DROPPING THE GAUNTLET-Gloves and sticks haven't hit the yet as Boston Bruins' Wayne Carleton and Detroit Red Wings' Bobby Baun begin a first penod fight. Boon, being grabbed by Carleton, had stitched up in the dressing room to stop the bleeding after the exchangs of fisticuffs. Tough Yugoslavians Cool Chinooks Twice By THE CANADIAN PRESS It may be early in the season but St Louis Bluet-are giving every indication that thqr again plan to be the West Division representatives in Stanley Cup play next spring. The Blues have represented the West in SUntey Cup compe- tition since the National Hockey League expanded to 12 teams for the 1967-68 season. Victories in their first-two starts this season, 4-1 over Van- couver Canucks Monday and 3-1 over New York Rangers Satur- day, have given the Blues four in the West and in the East. Monday's game at St. Louis was the only one scheduled. But the season's young, and St. "Louis, runaway winners of the .West Division for the last two seasons, will face stiff com- petition this year from Chicago Black Hawks. -The Hawks, who last season edged Boston Bruins for the East Division championship, moved into the West Division this season to make room for Vancouver and Buffalo Sabres, the NHL's two rodde clubs. The Hawks have played only one game so far, dumping Oak- land Seals 5-1 Sunday. In St. Louis Monday, Gary. Sa- bourin scored the first 'two of the three third-period St. Louis goals that sank Vancouver. The Blues took a 1-0 first-pe- riod lead but the Canucks tied il in the first minute of the final ANDY CAPP VWTTH ANYBODY AS UONS AS' Three Out Of Possible Four Points In Edmonton By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff The touring Yugoslavian bas- ketball team, K. K. Rabotaicki, handed the University of Leth- bridge Chinooks two resounding setbacks over the holiday week- end. They outscored the Chinooks 83-50 in their first meeting Sun- day night in the Lethbridge Ex- hibition Pavilion, then Monday night in Raymond swamped the U of L 99-49. The U of L Chinooks, making their first two starts of the ex- hibition season, were run rag- ged by the fast breaking, pre- cision passing Yugoslavian team. Standing out for the Chinooks was Raymond product, Tim Tol- lestrup. He potted 18 points in Sunday's contest and then ran Summaries CHICAGO S OAKLAND 1 I First Chicago, Mohns 1 (R. Hull, Campbell! 1- Oakland, Vadnals 1, 3. Chicago, Nesterenko.. 1 (Martin) 4. Chicago, R. Hull 1 (Makl Campbell) Penalties Mulolri Romanchyk Mag- nuson Hicks While Magnoson Second Period S, Chicago, Camp- tell 1 IR. Hull) 6. Chicago, Koroll 1 {Romanchyk, D, Hull) Penal- lies _ Vadnals Vadnals Third Period No scoring. Penal- ties Hextall raster, 5 ing Roberts Shots on soal byi Oakland Chicago MONTREAL 1 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- ties Dornhoefer, Pleau Richard Peters Mahovllch, Van Impe Harper, Kelly malors. W. Hlllman, Lapolnte _ second Period No scoring. Penalty 1. Montreal, Red- tnond 1 (Laperrlere) 2. Montreal, Collins 1 IBellveau, Lapolnte) 3. Philadelphia, Penalties Shots on soal by Montreal .1I..H..1J-S1 Second Period Vancouver, Makl 1 (Halll 3. Vancouver, Johnson 1 (Cullen, Corrlgan) 4. Vancoo- ver, Makl 2 (Boudrias, Palement) Penalties Young Dorey Glennle Third period 5. Vancouver, Bou- drias 1 (Sly) 9.00; 6. Toronto, Ullman 1 9-07; 7 Toronto Selwood 1 8 Toronto, Keon 1 (Selwood) Penalties Llddlngton Reaume Monahan major and Doak ma- jor shots on goal by Toronto i I 15 Philadelphia ..a...7..10-25 BOSTON 7 DETROIT i First Detroit, Monteith 1 (Stemkowskl, MacGregor) 2. Bos- ton, Esposlto 1 (Green, Hodge) 3. Boston. Bucyk 1 (McKenzte, Orr> Penalties Baun, Hodge Baun minor and major, Carleton major. Bailey, Falkenberg Green Weslfall Cashman Second period 4. Boston, Carelton 1