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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Otlob.r 14, 1970 Canadiens Use Poiver Play To Clip Wings Ranger And Hawk Holdouts Back In Fold By THE CANADIAN 1'UESS to terms, less than a week ait the NHL's first all-star, ON THE SIDELINES John Ferguson looks, on from a seat in the stands as his for- mer Montreal Canadian teammates downed Detroit 4-3 Tuesday night. Ferguson an- nounced last week that because he felt he couldn't give 100 per cent to his playing, he had decided to retire from the ranks of the Canadiens. McKinnis One Of Them Five Seeking Plateau TORONTO (CP) For the first time since 1961, as many as five Canadian Football League players may reach the rushing plateau- The CFL's weekly statistics released Tuesday show Hugh McKinnis of Calgary Stamped- ers, Jim Evenson of British Col- umbia Lions, George Reed of Saskatchewan Roughriders and Bill Symons and Dave Raimey of Toronto Argonauts all within reach erf tie mark. McKinnis needs 118 yards to reach it, Evenson 156, Reed 179 Symons 211 and Raimey 241. Evenson has four games re- maining, including tonight' against the Alouettes in Montreal. The others have three games left. If Heed reaches the plateau, i will be his seventh consecutivi season with or more yard: gamed by rushing. For Even son, it would be his third con secutive year. Raimey pre viously reached the mark with Winnipeg Blue Bombers in SAVE TIME and MONEY with a GAS DRYER Will do up to 8 loads at the same cost as electricity 3 heat selector Perma Press cycle Fluff cycle ONLY 10 LEFT Special I Less I Gas Voucher I Extra Special Be sure to bring your gas voucher with you when you purchase one of our Gas dryers SAVE AN When you apply your I VOUCHER on the purchase of your natural gas dryer. I Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers are _ being distributed by Canadian Western Nat- I ural Gas Co. to their customers throughout _ the area. _ "CHARGE IT" CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED STORES Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 and 1966 and Symons made it in 1Q68. Reed also is on his way to reaching the mark in career rushing. So far, he has yards in carries. The league record is held by former Calgary and Edmonton rusher Johnny Bright who picked up yards in carries dur- ing 13 seasons. Another milestone about to b surpassed is in the field-goal department where Larry Hobin- son of the Stampeders needs just two more to pass the car- eer record of 114 set by Don Sutherin, former Ottawa Rough Rider. Robinson currently ranks fifth among the Western Conference season scoring leaders with 59 points on 22 converts, 10 field goals and seven singles. WFC SCORINS LEADERS TD C FG S P Abendschan, s Culler, E Oerela, B.C. Harrison, C Robinson, C Svenson, B.C. W Swam, E McKinnis, C Cranmer, C EFC SCORING LEADERS TD Coffey, H..... is, T....... MacMillan, 0 Oldham, 0 Symons, T 3uncan, M Ev'anshen, M Thorpe, T -leming, H Buchanan, H 0 28 20 0 23 19 11 91 0 25 18 11 90 10 0 D 0 60 0 22 10 7 59 9 0 0 0 54 8 0 0 0 40 7 0 0 0 42 6 0 0 0 36 0 0 36 FG S Pts 24 12 I 30 11 0 19 12 10 0 0 Stampeders Stop Miners CALGARY (CP) Wally Cozak scored twice to give Cal- gary Stampeders a good start n the 1970 Alberta Hockey season with a 4-2 win ruesday night over Drumhellcr Miners before spectators. George Hill and Ron Huston rounded out the Stampeders icoring while Tony Kollman and Bill Thieman scored for Drumheller. Gary Bauman made 23 saves 'or Calgary while Mike Ber- idge and Dave Fisher irade a .otal of 36 for Drnmbeller. National Hockey League play- ers who hold out in training camp for bigger contracts ap- parently prefer to settle their differences and get in on the action once the season gets under way. Three such holdouts ended their contract disputes with their clubs Tuesday and agreed the NHL season opened. Defenceman Brad Park ai centre Walt Tkaczuk, two of t younger stars with New Yoi Rangers, have signed contrac after missing the opening gam of the season against St. Loui Blues. Park, in his second year the league last season, ma Bowling Qanter TT was a big week at Capri Bowl for Norm Tolley. Hi rolled a 303 single and 754 triple in AGT for high marks of the young season, and then battered the pins at a blistering pace in Gordie's for a resounding 390 single .it was the high single posted at Capri so far this year and his per- formances in both leagues earned him the men's bowler-of the week honor Meantime, 11-year-old Michele Maclean outshone the older members of the distaff side to garner bowler-of-the-week laurels bowling in the Friday YBC League, she opened with a spare, picked up six and then rolled six straight strikes enroute to a great 328 single In the first YBC tournament of the year, a doubles event, Ron Gretzinger and Michele Maclean teamed up to take the Friday Schools event with Sharon Gogo and Kathy Joevenazzo winning out in Saturday Bantam Girls Barry Forry and Brent Kil- lins took Saturday Bantam Boys with Ken Kurtz and Patricia Lengyel winning the Saturday Junior-Senior High individual efforts in the bantam division were Leslie Killins 154 ant Harvie Poeza 225, Delorey Pocza 205 and Les Erickson 219 in the junior section and Linda Malcomson 198 and Ken Kurtz 278 in the senior division. Five new season highs were recorded, Norm Tolley's 303 and 754 in AGT and his big 390 hi Gordie's, along with Lam etta Loof's 320 single in Prebuilt and Mike Tobo's 817 trip! in JCCA .Tops in women's league action for the week were Lauretta Loof 320 in Prebuilt, May Hiebert 291 and 747 in Hepp's, Elizabeth Goczan 286 in Juniors, Isabelle Bergman 298 and 729 in Martinizing, Bea Salmon 286 and 752 in Green's, Mary Ness 285 in Eagles and Eleanor Dorigatti 308 in ACT .Sparking the men besides Norm Tolley, were Randy Wol- stoncroft 300 in Hepp's, Gary Tunbridge 371 and 771, Bruno Baceda 335, Tak Katakami 326 and 784 and Bert Mezei 300 and 757 m Gordie's, Ken Seamon 328, Fen Tunbridge 308 and John Rempel 311 in Green's, Harry Bechthold 307 and 813 in Senior Citizens, Sam Girarcli 321 and 810 in CDM and Jim Malcomsor, 310 in Young Adults. Bowlers are reminded of Moonlight Bowl at Capri every Friday night from nine to midnight, and this Saturday the popular Capri Derby will get under way at two o'clock and continue throughout the season there are scratch and handi- cap events. Glendale Bowl, the women continue to hit a hot pace with Dianne Violin! taking the women's bowler-of-the-week award with 309, 303 and 270 for a solid 882 triple Top honors among the men went to a Senior Citizen League member, Bill Jensen, who clicked for 256, 215 and 305 for a 776 triple seasonal high single was recorded by Kay Woodman as she came up with a 380 also an 852 triple in IOF in her 380 she finished with eight straight strikes while in the same league Marie Smith also had a string of eight strikes in a row for a 338 and a 783 triple Among the men in IOF, Shinob Tanaka hit for 313, Darrell Robinson- 316 with John Rempel rolling a 768 triple to increase lu's average to 262. Gladys Going recorded a personal first in Tracy's, coming up with a .323 single with a fill in every frame for her first 300 effort Other highlights for the week included Henry Brown 312 and 744, George Epp 305, John Erickson 301, Bob Black 365 and 835, Jim Taylor 353 and 812, Kaye Bathgate 360 Ami SiUito 318 and 829, Edith Voth 296 and Karilyn Spitzer 288 in Civil _Service with Eldon Westling 293 and 852, Orest Yur- chak 325 and 856, Mike Tobo 341 and 803, Ken Malcomson 319 and 824, John Rempel 336 and 818, Sam Girardi 322 and 859, Bernie Bailey 338, Bert Mezei 330. Al Taylor 300, Ab Pas- kuski 305, John Waycheshen 305 and Steve Gangur 311 in Commercial Men's In B and E, the leaders were John Scattergood 289 and 779, Grace Scattergood 315 and Ada Scatter- good with a personal high of 283. Bowlers are reminded that the season's first Pot-of-Gold Sunday afternoon tournament is billed for Glendale this com- ing Sunday at open to both men and open with cash awards to the winners. Contents Are Released RED DEER (CP) Tin contents of a letter from Jordon Juekes, president o he Canadian Amateur Hocke: Association to Ron Butlin, pres dent of the Western Canada lockey League were releasec tere today. FARM AND RANCH SALES Exceptional opportunity awaits individual seeking pres- tige sales position. We have a rare employment oppor- tunity available for seasoned sales veteran. Yearly in- come to Requirements include: HEAVY BACKGROUND IN FARM SALES SEND COMPIETE RESUME TO: BOX 141 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Juekes said he has no author- ity to accept money from the WCHL for the release of three junior hockey players in Rec Deer and Dauphin, Man. Juekes had received a cheque for Juekes said in the letter that it had been made clear earlier that automatic release provi- sions would not be used in the 1870-71 season and suggested Butlin make a direct settle- ment with the teams involved. In Calgary, Butlin said as far as his league is concerned it is fulfilling the terms of a present contract, with the CAHA present contract with the CAHA and the National Hockey league. Ha said in a news release that the three players come "within the scope of our con- tract with the CAHA and NHL." 'We (WCHL) would have to be pretty foolish not to fulfill our part of the agreement, as the stakes are pretty high." The president said he has liven permission for "these players" to play in the WCHL ilona with Larrv Sachamk. formerly of Niagara Falls Fly- ers in the Ontario Hockey As- sociation Junior A League, and Wnyno Forscy, now with Swift Cm-rent Broncos of the WCHL. while Tkaczuk was New York leading scorer with 77 poin The two are the last of fo Ranger players who ha agreed to terms after contra disputes. Jean Ratelle and V Hadfield signed last week. Another holdout, defencem. Pat Stapleton of Chicago Bla Hawks, signed a three-year co tract Tuesday with the Hawk now of the NHL'.'i Western Div sion. Meanwhile on the ice, Mon real Canadiens, using thr power-play goals, the last of the third period, be Detroit Red Wings 4-3 for the second consecutive victory. Ti was the second in thr starts for the Wings. Montreal right winger Yva Cournoyer got two of the pow er-play goals for the Canadien and centre and captain Jea Beliveau got the third. Mon real's other goal was scored b Henri Richard. The Wings got a first-peria goal by Alex Delvecchio whi the teams were each a ma short. Gordie Howe and Pet Stemkowski scored the othe goals for Detroit on power play in the third period. Delvecchio's goal, the first the game and his second for th season, came 65 seconds afte play started. Cournoyer tied th score at four seconds late after Dale Rolfe of Detroit sent off for tripping. Cournoyer counted his secon power-play goal at of th second period, 67 sec onds after Garry Unger went o for tripping. Richard scorec early hi the third period to giv Montreal a 3-1 lead. HOWE SCORES Howe nan-owed the lead fi lowing a penalty to Paul Tardif jut Beb'veau made it 4-2 by tip ling in Cournoyer's slapshot b hind Detroit goalie Hoy Ed yards. Stemkowski once agai brought Detroit to. within a om ;oal spread when he beat Roga Hen Vachon with a shot tha glanced off the goal post. Detroit played without let winger Frank MahovHch whil 1 a n a d i e n s lost defencemar facques Laperriere after th irst 10 minutes of the game 3oth players are suffering from oiee injuries. Tonight's schedule has St Louis playing the Leafs at To onto, Buffalo Sabres meetin he Rangers at New York, Bo; on Bruins playing the Kings a Los Angeles and Vancouve travelling to Chicago t ake on the Hawks. MONTREAL 4 DETROIT 3 First period 1. Detoit, DelvecchI (Howe, Baun) 2. Monfrea Cournoyer 1 (Redmond, Beliveau :02. D9t, P. Mahov ich Mtl :43, Lapoinle Mil Rolf Dct Cournoyer Mfl Bau Det Second Period 3. Montreal, cour oyer 2 (Lapointe, Beliveau) Det Unger Del lichard Mtl Connelly Def 10-13 letroit bench served by Llbbett Bouchard Mtl Third Period 4. Montreal, Rich rd 1 (Mahovlich) 5. Detroit owe 2 (Karlander) 7.50; 6. Montreal eliveau 1 (Cournoyer, Lematre 7. Detroit, Stemkowski 2 (Web- ter, Bergman) ardif Falkenberg Det 11-47 apointe Mfl Rolfe Det Shots on goal by: "roit 10 4 11-25 lontreal 7 20 Goal-R. Edwards, Detroit: Vachon lontreal. Attendance: Ongs Sport Puck Lead EDMONTCWr (CP) Ed- lonton Oil Kings handed Win- peg Jets their third defeat in s many days in a Western anada Hockey League garni today night. The Oil Kings downed the els 6-2 before fans and increased their lead in the 'estern division to nine points our more than Calgary" Cen- ennials. Rookie defenceman Tom Bla- ori and Don K o z a k each cored twice for Edmonton oug Kerslake and Dave Kry- tow added the others. 'layer Sent To Negotiate BALTIMORE (AP) Wash- gton owner Bob Short said ucsday night he has assigned player to the Philadelphia lillies for the right to nego- ite for controversial Curt ood. Flood sat out the season tcr his trade from St. Louis ardinals to Philadelphia while sued baseball for million, arging the reserve clause vio- ted his constitutional rights, e lost the suit in U.S. District >urt in New York, but ap- alcd to higher courts. Short, who acquired another ntroversial player, pitcher nnv Mr-T.nln (Vim TVlTvvif loct Friday in an eight-player trade, said he had sent one unidenti- fied player to the Phillies and will send them at least one more if he signs Flood. ANDY CAPP BUT GIVE 'IM FIFTY MILES START.' Bulldogs, Rams Both Need Wins Winston Churchill High School Bulldogs will play their ast southern Alberta High School Football league game "or the 1970 season Friday as hey take on the LCI Rams who lave yet to pick up a win this rear. Meanwhile, the LCI Rams hosted Calgary Wise Wood High School on Thanksgiving day., to une-up for the Bulldog encoun- er were edged by the visiting club 13-10. The Bulldogs who are cur- in second place, one be- rind the defending champion Cougars must pick up a victory over the Rams in order to have a chance at the league title. On the other hand the Rams would need wins in both their rernaining games to share second place. As it stands the Cougars are in the drivers seat so the speak, because they still have one game remaining and can-pick up the league title with a Bull- dog loss. The outcome will be decided Friday night at 8 p.m. slated for the Henderson Ball Pane. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES HOCKEY STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T ....200 Montreal loston iuffalo letroit ancouver ironfo ew York 0 0 F A Pts 6 7 2 11 1 2 0 Western Division t. Louis os Angeles 1 hicago 1 hiladelphla 1 Minnesota o hiladelphla 1 akland o LBERTA JUNIOR W algary......4 ed Deer.....3 ethbrldge 3 dm. Leafs i dm. Movers 0 0 00512 3 I 1 2 0 5 0 3 OCKEY SCORES National onlreal 4 Detroit 3 Eastern frecusK 4 Nashville 1 F A Pts 25 16 8 22 10 7 40 16 7 20 26 3 17 48 1 8 13 0 Quebec Junior St. Jerome 5 Cornwall 4 Verdun 5 Shawinigan 1 Central Junior Brockville 3 Ottawa 1 Ontario Junior A Hamilton 6 Niagara Falls 3 St. Catharines 6 Montreal 3 Southern Ontario Junior Chatham 5 Brantford" 4 Western Canada Regina 3 Brandon 2 Edmonton 6 Winnipeg 2 Flin Flon 1 Saskatoon o B.C. Junior Victoria 4 Vancouver 2 CFL STANDINGS Western conference W L T FA Pis Saskatchewan 11 2 o 281 169 22 Calgary.......7 6 0239 182 14 Edmonton ......7 6 0237225 M British Columbia 5 7 0248293 10 Winnipeg..... 2 10 0 149 279 4 Eastern Conference W L T F A Pts Montreal A 4 0 175 190 12 Toronto 6 5 0 287 233 12 Hamilton 6 5 0225339 12 Ottawa 380 195 226 d The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Best of tho New Breed of High Traction Winter Tires. Kelly-Springfield's finest glas belted Polyester Cord Tire with top winter traction pnd for more mileage than our best continental winter tire. ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 40] III South Phone 3274886 or 397-4445 ;