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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, October 15, 1970 Giacomin Spoils An Otherwise Rapid-Fire Night tiarpshooters Find Range With Great Gusto By THE CANADIAN PRESS Except where Ed Giacomin stood, the scoring was fast and furious in National Hockey League action Wednesday night. Giacomin, the veteran New York Rangers goalie, stood air most unmolested as Buffalo Sabres managed only 15 shots at him. He stopped all of them for the first shutout of the sea- Goals Galore NEW YORK 3 BUFFALO 0 First Period - 1. New York, Gilbert (Eggers) 9:21. Penalties - Trebenche 3:08, Barrie, Tkaczuk, 10:36, Irvine 11:54, Wyrozub 17:45, Barrie, Hadfleld, ma|ors, 19:24. Second Period - 2. New York, Ra-telle 2 2.30. Penalties - Meehan 7.13, Fairbairn 9.48, Neilson 11.57, Dead-marsh 14.32, Fleming 17.43, Park 19.53. Third Period - 3. New York, Balon (Ratelle, Fairbairn) 15:52. Penalties-Fleming, Giacomin, served by Apps 2:31, Watson 7:08, Park, Inglis 12:55, Pratt 14:23, Apps 19:23. Shots on goal by Buffalo............2 5 New York ..........IS 15 Attendance-16,932. son and the Rangers won their first game 3-0. But 10 or more goals were scored in each of three other games. Chicago Black Hawks downed Vancouver Canucks 8-2, Boston Bruins whipped Los Angeles Kings 8-5 and Toronto Maple Leafs slammed St. Louis Blues 7-3. An opening-night crowd of 16,932 in New York saw the Rangers pepper Buffalo goalie Roger Crozier with 42 shots. Rod Gilbert, Jean Ratelle and Dave Baton got the puck past him for the Rangers victory. They lost to St. Louis 3-1 in their first game Saturday. The rambunctious Reggie Fleming, a former Ranger now 8-15 17-47 GETTING SET - One of the most important high school football games of the season is billed for Henderson Park Friday night, and getting a few instructions from Winston Churchill coach Peter Neufeld is quarterback Rod Bollinger. Bollinger will lead the Bulldogs against the LCI Rams as the playoff race hits the homestretch. Loss Eliminates iate Rams Colleg] Things are getting down to the nitty - gritty in the Southern Alberta High School Football League. Only two games remain in regular league play and which team will be on the outside looking in when the championship battle is played October 30 still remains to be seen- Heading into Friday night's Winston Churchill - LCI Ram struggle, even first place is yet Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE PAIR APPROX SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED $2-50 PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR 500 COOPER . HOCKEY NETS LARGE SIZE . . 15.95 C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS Reg. 3.95. 9 QQ Special ....... COO COOPER OFFICIAL HOCKEY PUCKS Reg. 40c. 4 Special ........ I SPECIALS TILL SAT. OCT. 17th ONLY. to be decided. Catholic Central Cougars, the defending champions, lead with four points. The Bulldogs have three and the Rams one. Following Friday's game, the Rams and Cougars wrap up league play a week from tomorrow night, and then the top two teams will tangle October 30 in the championship final. All three teams have a shot at first place. The Bulldogs could nail down top spot if they won tomorrow night and the Rams beat the Cougars in the final game. The Rams, despite being in last place, could finish first if they swept their final two games, and the Cougars would wind up in the lead if they won their last game. There is actually only one sure item. If the Rams lose tomorrow night, they'll be eliminated. And if the Rams and Bulldogs finish the season tied in points, behind the Cougars, points for and against would then determine which club would meet the Cougars in the championship. One of the year's best crowds is expected to view proceedings tomorrow night with kickoff time set for eight o'clock. CHICAGO 8 VANCOUVER 2 First Period - 1. Chicago, Maloney 1 (Martin, Jarrett) 0:50, 2. Chicaqo, R. Hull 2 (Martin, Plnder) 18:44. Penalties - White 8:45, Corrlgan 15:59, Po-piel 17:36. Second Period - 3. Chicago, Plnder 1 (Maloney, Martin) 0:12; 4. Chicago, Maloney 2 (Martin, Plnder) 0:42; 5. Chicago, Jarrett 1, 9:39; 6. Chicago, D. Hull 1 (Jarrett, Romanchyk) 15:16. Penalties - Kurtenbach, 2 minors, 1:18 Magnuson 1:18, Qulnn 5:57, D. Hull 19:17. Third Period - 7. Vancouver, Hall 1 (Reaume, W. Makl) 4:20; 8. Vancouver, Corrlgan 1 (Cullen, Tallon) 8:12; 9. Chicago, Campbell 1 (D. Hull, Shymrr) 16:30; 10. Chicaao, Anqottl 2 (Shmyrr, White) 17:37. Penalties - Paiement, 9:39, Kurtenbach, Maloney, maiors, 14:38. Shots on goal by Chicago ............13 14 13-40 Vancouver......... 6 5 9-20 Attendance-16,602. TORONTO 7 ST. LOUIS 3 First Period - 1. Toronto, Henderson (Ullman) 1:15; Toronto, Walton (Dorey) 2:51; 3. Toronto, Harrison (Walton) 17:19; 4. Toronto, Monahan (Ley, Keon) 18:45. Penalties - Glen-nie T 5:48, PIcard SL 13:18, Dorey T 17:53, McDonald SL 18:33, Monahan T 19:24. Second Period - 5. St. Louis, Beren-son (McDonald, Wall) 1:26. 6. Toronto, Ullman (Henderson, Selwood) 11:51. 7. Toronto, Ley (Keon) 15:00. Penalties- Harrison 'ma]or, minor Dorey ma|or, misconduct Picard double ma|or, misconduct R. Planer 2:55, St. Louis bench 7:08, Sabourin 20:00. Third Period - 8. St. Louis, Beren-son (R. Plager) 5:46, 9. Toronto, Mac-Millan (Keon) 6:41, 10. St. Louis, Mccreary (Cameron, Crisp) 19:14. Penalties - None. Shots on goal by St. Louis ............10 7 14-31 Toronto ............13 18 16^-47 Attendance-16,342. BOSTON 8 LOS ANGELES 5 First Period - 1. Los Angeles, La-bosslere (Lonsberry) 5:27. 2. Boston, Sanderson (Bailey) 10.02. 3. Los Angeles, Mickey (Price, Robinson) 14:28. Penalties - Cashman B 5:50, Ravlich LA 14:50, McKenzie B 16:02. Second Period - 4. Boston, Esposlto (Orr) 0:2B. 5. Boston, Esposito (Cash-man, Hodge) 7:14. 6. Los Angeles, By-ers (Berry, Ravlich) 13:43. 7. Boston, Stanfield (Smith, McKenzie) 14:48. 8. Boston, Hodge (Orr, Smith) 15:40. 9. Boston, Esposito (Hodge) 16:11. Penalties - Flett LA 1:20, Berry LA 6:51, Smith B 11:53. Third Period - 10. Boston, Esposito (Hodge, Cashman) 9:54. 11. Los An-peles, Joyal (Berry, Byers) 17:57. 12. Boston, Cashman (Esposito) 18:56. 13. Los Angeles, Pulford (Flett) 19:51. Penalties - Smith B 5:05, 12:20, 13:54, Mickey LA 13:07. Shots on goal by Boston ............. 11 21 13-45 Los Angeles ......... 10 16 9-35 Attendance 11,584. To Release Joe Louis DENVER (AP) - Joe Louis, the former world heavyweight boxing champion, is scheduled to be released Friday from the Denver veterans' administration hospital where he has been undergoing treatment of an emotional disorder since last May, his wife said Wednesday. Martha Louis said they plan to spend the weekend in Las Vegas, Nev., before returning here to make IVeir home. Her husband will continue with outpatient treatment at the hospital, she said. Louis, 56, has established an enterprise here to promote closed circuit theatre television. Assisting him is Chris Dundee, veteran boxing figure from Miami, Fla. Check us for the best team prices in Southern Alberta. BERT & MAC CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. 4 Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." FARM AND RANCH SALES Exceptional opportunity awaits individual seeking prestige sales position. We have a rare employment- opportunity available for seasoned sales veteran. Yearly income to $35,000. Requirements include: HEAVY BACKGROUND IN FARM SALES COLLEGE EDUCATION, REFERENCES SEND COMPLETE RESUME TO: BOX 141 LETHBRIDGE HERALD TRIPLE DEAD HEAT - A triple dead heat for first place, the fifth in all of harness racing history and the first ever recorded in Canada, stunned race fans at Windsor's Raceway Wednesday night. Fractured Leg For George Reed REGINA (CP) - Fullback George Reed of Saskatchewan Roughriders, leading rusher in the Western Football. Conference last season, has been placed on the 30-day injured list with a fractured leg. A club spokesman said Wednesday the hairline fracture just below Reed's right knee probably occurred Aug. 11 when he was injured in a game against the Ottawa Rough Riders at Ottawa. The knee, believed badly bruised at the time, was x-rayed but nothing was revealed. It was Wednesday, when the bone was x-rayed from a different angle, that the fracture was noticed. Reed's leg was placed in a full cast. Saskatchewan is in first place in the WFC standings with 11 wins and two losses, well ahead of Calgary Stampeders and Edmonton Eskimos, each with 7-6 records. Reed's absence will probably be felt when the Roughriders play the Stampeders Sunday at Calgary, when the Eskimos visit Regina Oct. 28 and when the Roughriders go out to the west coast Nov. 1 for the regular - season closer against fourth - place British Columbia Lions. The best - of - three WFC final, for which Saskatchewan has already qualified, starts Nov. 14. With a total of 821 yards rushing to date this season, Reed was well on the way to gaining 1,000 yards, a figure he has managed to surpass in the last six years. His rushing total included him in a quintet of Canadian Football League players approaching the 1,000-yard mark. Hugh McKinnis of Calgary leads with 882 yards, Jim Even-son of B.C. is second with 844, Reed is third with 821, Bill Sy-mons of Toronto Argonauts is fourth with 789 and Dave Rai-mey, also of Toronto, is fifth with 759. with the Sabres, tormented his old team-mates on several occasions. He knocked Balon unconscious for three minutes in the second period with a cross check and later tangled with Giacomin behind the nets. In Toronto, the Leafs took advantage of a loose Blues defence and a shakey Glenn Hall in goal t? pour four goals in during the first period. Asked why he pulled Hall, out of goal after the first period, rookie Blues coach Al Arbour said: "The defence wasn't playing in front of Glenn, so there wasn't any sense leaving him in there. I thought there might be a change if we put Ernie (Wakely) in, but there wasn't." Arbour even refused to place any blame on referee Bruce Hood, with whom he argued in the second period over a group of penalties assessed against both clubs for a melee that broke out behind Jacques Plante in the Toronto nets. "We just played a poor game, that's all there is to it," said Arbour. ROOKIES SCORE Rookies Garry Monahan and Bill MacMillan of the Leafs got their first NHL goals. Paul Henderson and Mike Walton scored in the first three minutes of play with Jim Harrison and Monahan providing the other goals in the first-period outburst. Centre Red Berenson scored twice for the Blues, who were outshot 47-31 in the game. Another rookie, Dan Maloney of the Black Hawks, made his NHL scoring debut with two goals against Vancouver goalie George Gardiner. The rookie left winger also picked up an assist with other goals coming from Bobby and Dennis Hull, Gerry Pinder, Bryan Campbell and Lou An-gotti with two. Murray Hall and Mike Corri-gan scored for the Canucks. ESPOSITO SCORES THREE Phil Esposito, league scoring champion two years ago, jumped off to a fast start with three goals against the Kings in Los Angeles. Ken Hodge got two for the Stanley Cup champion Bruins. The Kings had a 2-1 lead going into the second period when the Bruins broke loose with five goals. Montreal Canadiens will have defenceman Jacques Laperriere back in the lineup tonight when they visit Buffalo. Doctors confirmed Wednesday that what had been suspected was a fractured ankle was only an inflamed tendon which forced Laperriere to sit out most of Tuesday's game against Detroit Red Wings. Montreal defenceman Serge Savard may also be back with the team soon. He was told Wednesday he may start scrimmaging with the club, another step in his recovery from a leg fracture last spring. In other games tonight, Chicago visits Detroit, Vancouver takes on the Flyers in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Penguins meet the North Stars in Minnesota. ANDY CAPP Stamps Face Esks In Title Tussle The Lethbridge Minor Football Association wound up its regular league schedule Wednesday night and, as expected, the Eskimos and Stampeders will face each other next.Wednesday night at Henderson Park peder win while Hirowaka and Sang notched one major each. Switzer and Cam Mcintosh booted converts. Clampitt garnered the lone major for the Lions. Ross Wakelin powered the at seven o'clock in the chain- Eskimos to their runaway win pionship game. Iwith two touchdowns and two Both clubs finished the sea- converts while BUI Broder also son with 4-1 records with the added two touchdowns. Tanner Stampeders dumping the Lions scored one with R. Collier add-26-6 and the Eskimos flatten- me the final maior nliis kiekiT� ing the Bombers 41-0 in the mg the final major, plus tactang windup contests. a convert. Eskimos got their Jeff Chan scored a pair of two other points on a safety touchdowns to pace the Stam- touch, ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES HOCKEY STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W Boston..........2 2 Montreal New York Buffalo ... Toronto ... Detroit ... Vancouver West Division F A IS 6 4 2 10 11 9 PtS 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 GEORGE REED - He's out with a hairline fracture of his leg. Soccer Win For Paterson Soccer action on local school playing fields saw Gilbert Paterson whip Hamilton 4-1, Im-manuel Christian School and St. Basil's School tie at no goals apiece and Catholic Central defeat St. Mary's 2-1. Scoring for Paterson was Ross Wakelin with two, Jim Henderson and Tim Tinordi. Martin Perry got the single for Hamilton. Scoring for Catholic Central was Greg Kveder. Louie Papp managed the single for St. Mary's. "-ffc!^^ AND UET SKATES INVITE YOU TO DINNER WITH THE COLONEL Pick up your coupon - free with every purchase of Bauer Skates at our store. It entitles you to TWO delicious Colonel Sanders KrnMy Fried QMuuC dinners for the price of ONE Offer good from October 17 to 25'inclusive. GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE!  DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. 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