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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TH8 LtTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 15, 1971 iruins back on the beam yith another easy victory 3ro sport likely o go on carpet THAT'S MY BOY Pittsburgh manager Danny Murtaugh gave the call Thursday to Nelson Briles and Briles came through with a standout two-hitter as the Pirates grab- bed the lead in the World Series. They can clinch the title Saturday in Baltimore. If they lose, the deciding game will be played in Baltimore Sunday. _______________ Roundup of bowling HO MODE HOMES Bullied !A5: June Crighton ?-W; Slgrid Donkln 2M; Dianas ParascaV 31! Joan Jones AAarqe Rcss 275; Megan Yanoslk 766; Kay Wheeler 263; Mel Amatlo 369; Careen Merk] 339; Myrns Olsheskl 247 Pal Jarvle 250; SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Nell Macintosh 2-1B; Eileen Carter Jean Passey 309 Pat Plomp 253; Isabel Orsten 263; Freda Linn 229; Jen Hegl 2-12; Donna McEwen Clara Lungard 232; Marie smith 291 Rose Nunwciler 276 Vera Nicholls 239 HENRY HOMES Steve Gangur 335 Orest Yur- thak 280 Ed Henderson 260 BOISE CASCADE Ralph Heilman 312; Hugo Brees 2S1; Garth Barr 239 {6031; Jim Finn 229; Merlin Grigor 215; Guy Brown 20i; Gafen Harris 206; Paulette Ains- ley 249; Carol Waddell 20-i; Beryl Burke 210. JCCA Roy Kamltomo 312 Aki Oshlro 307 Francis Higa 281 Tak Katakami 27J Tom Med- oruma 3.86; Bob Omotami 257 Betty Tomiyama 242; Carol Fujita IETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION EXHIBITION HOCKEY SATURDAY, OCT. 16-8 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE, LETHBRIDGE IETHBRIDGE MIDGET 'A' ELKS ADMISSION 50C CAIGARY DOUBLE 'AA' NORTHEAST LIONS CHILDREN UNDER 12 2Sc H.KFI 742 Fay Urano :57 Wary Thomas 225 Aya NaV.amura m MORN.COFFEE Pat Tunstflll 293, Jane Smyke 26: Kay Kelly 253, Gloria Pearson 311 Maureen Vaykovlch 230, Marg Hel 231, Barbara Buljert 240, Jean Arm strong 260 Donnis Foder 272 Doretn Wilson 255, Adele Plizinflrll 237, Ethel Harvie 251. ONE HOUR MART Pat Plomp 264 Mary Mlhall 269 May HIeberl 297 (75B Mary Thomson 283 Eunice Da vid 253 Pat Henderson 266 (692 Jean Passey 297 Betty Pats son 34D Carolyn Wilde 31 Vera Nicholls 250, Karen Ca ney 247 Gloria Pearson 2. GREEN'S SHOES Elroy Toiley 320 Darwin R munchuk 318 Cec Beaudry 32 Jock Mulgrew 290 Ea Armour 268 Linda Malcomso 37.1 Jean Christie 2E8 (663 Elaine Vierquti 276 Joey Sole 271, Hiebert 267 EAGLES LODGE Cwnio Gillett 299. Andy 233, Francis Laiaruk 229, Joyce Mar den 323 Doug McCarthy 24 I Alice Anderson 231, Frank Gorda 75 Ceo Match-lit 213, Helen Weets 23 Kathy Ludwio 234 FRIENDLY LEAGUE Sandy McKenzie 271 Les Sad ney 230, Mauris Simpson 327. LIH Kisk 216, Mary Klrkby 237. Schlaht 217. Ken EXPOS BUY PITCHER PITTSBURGH (AP) Hous ton Astros sold veteran pitcher Denny Lemaster to Mont rea Expos in a straight cash dea Thursday. What a diHeitnce a name makes SALE! TANDEM CLEAROUT! f I 1971 GMC TANDEMS equipped for farm or industrial Wllfc I use. NOW jelling at a REAL SAVINGI WIDE OPEN TILL 9 P.M. EVENINGS! TELEPHONE 327-5705 7th Ave. M.M. Drive ENERSON'S of Course! OPEL FIRENZA PONTIAC BUICK G.M.C. Canucks skate to 4-1 triumph Sugar Kings drop third straight game Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS Class will tell, they say. This as never more apparent than mrsday night when Boston ruins belted Buffalo Sabres 6-2 take first place in the Na- onal Hockey League. After a glum exhibition series, oston now has won two of its iree starts for four points, one ore than Toronto Maple Leafs ml New York Ranger. The runner-up Leafs and Rangers were idle Thursday. At M i n n e s o t a, The North Stars capitalized on a penalty shot, the first of the 1971-72 campaign, to tie Montreal Cana- diens, Stanley Cup defending champions, 1-i. A ban on extra-curricular ac- tivities may be partly responsi- ble for spurring the Bruins to a point where they look like the WASHINGTON (CP) Legis- tion that would clamp tough nited States anti-trust laws on 1 organized professional team hockey and aseball, which have been ex- be the subject of earings expected to be held ere next January- The identical legislation was reposed jointly by Emanuel ellar (Dem. N.Y.) in the ouse of Representatives and v Sam Ervin (Dem. N.C.) in ie Senate. Saying their target was tire intolerable abuses" of "op- ressive business practices" in uch activities, they gave a list rf restrictions which they say rofessional teams now impose n their players' right to bar- ain. Tlie legislation was introduced in both houses Oct. 1. Daniel Cohen, counsel for the [ouse judiciary subcommittee lat will conduct the hearings, aid today that while the word- ng of a statement accompany- ing the legislation specifically mentions football and baseball, is aimed at all such big-time ports. Professional hockey, unlike ome other sports, has never >een the subject of anti-trust h't- gation. Baseball has escaped because f a U.S. Supreme Court ruling lack in the 1920s, which has icen challenged unsuccessfully a number of times. Professional basketball, and o a lesser degree, professional ootball have been subject to ome anti-trust restraint in the U.S. Cohen said that while profes- ional hockey has "never been hallenged" under anti-trust aws against monopolies, the growth of the sport has made it 'clearly defined" as big busi- ness. Also formation of "good, veil-organized players associa- ions" had helped focus new at- ention on the game- to addition, the World Hockey Association is being formed as a irofessional pro rival to the Na ional Hockey League. Only professional hockey anc baseball now operate in leagues crossing the Canada-U.S. border but Choen said he did not fore- see any problems in applying J.S. laws to these operations i the legislation is passed. room tor Kapp CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Jpton Bell, general manager of he New England Patriots pro- essional football team, says that if quarterback Joe Kapp came back to the National Foot >all League team, he would be traded. "We don't need people with that Bell told dele gates to the annual New Hamp shire Petroleum Convention ,Vednesday night. Kapp, the quarterback who guided the Minnesota Vikings to he Super Bowl two years ago refused to sign the standarc league players agreement and [eft the Patriots before the sea son started. He played formerly in Canada for British Columbia Lions an' Calgary Stampedcrs. Top TV crowd sees nighl NEW YORK (AP) A record United States television audi- ence of 61 million watched Pitts- burgh Pirates' 4-3 victory over I Baltimore Orioles Wednesday night, the first night game in World Series history, NBC said Thursday. The figure, estimated by NBC research, broke the previous World Series record set in 1963 when 58.5 million watched the fourth and final game between Los Angeles Dodgers and New Yrok Yankees. NBC said the 61 million in- cludes only in-home viewers in the continental United States. The game also was televised in Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Taiwan and several countries in South America. Cougars, Bulldogs meet tonight Two games will be staged in Jie Southern Alberta Higl School Football League Friday night while another one is on tap lor Saturday. Friday night the Catholic Central Cougars will be out tc capture their sixth straight vie lory as they take on the Win- ston Churchill Bulldogs at Hen derson. The other SAHSFL encounte is slated in Medicine Hat wit! the McCoy Colts tangling will the Mohawks. Game time is se for p.m. Saturday night, the LCI Ram will try and use the Medicin Hat Vikings as a stepping-ston to reach the league leadinf Cougars. Like Friday night, actio will get underway at 8 p.m. a Henderson. In Western Eight Footbal Conference play, all 10 team will see action Saturday after noon. Raymond Comets will trave to Cardston for a game agains the Cougars, Vulcan visits Nan ton, Picture Butte hosts Mil River, High River tangles wiU the St. Mary's Warriors an the Coaldale Spartans meet th Cobras in Claresholm. cam thai made Ihcm a runa- ay of the league last year. Stimg by a 3-6-1 exhibition ecord and a 4-1 loss to the angers in their NHL opener unday, general manager MiJt chmidt and coach Tom John- oil imposed a "no moonlight- ing" edict on the players. The Bruins, sweating under riticism from the news media, ebounded with a 6-1 victory ver Rangers Wednesday. Then they followed up with leir decisive triumph over the abres Thursday "I think a couple of londay and us into condition in a John- on said. "I'm very satisfied the progress since Sunday. That loss to the Rangers really hook them up." Commenting on the curtail- ment of outside activities, such personal appearances at ianks, stores and banquets ohnson said: "It's too early to ell whether it will help over- ill." Right winger Ken Hodge was inclined to agree with his coach "Last Sunday against New York we played as 19 individu als instead of a unit. But now we're starting to play as a earn. Everything is going to be all right." GETS 4 ASSISTS Hodge produced four assist? .gainst the Sabres, while Phi Csposito and Wayne Cashmai upplied two goals each. Bobb; )rr and Johnny Bucyk scored he others. Gil Perreault, 1970-71 Rookie of the Year, broke Ed John ston's shutout on a screenec shot in the second period anc Hike Robitaille provided Buf 'alo's second goal in the final period. Team captain Henri Richarc scored for the Canadians a Minnesota in the first period Tire North Stars protested vehe menlly, but referee Bruce Hooc signalled that the puck wen jast goalie Gump Worsley, even :hough the goal judge did no flash his light. There was no further scorin mull 11 minutes remained in Ih game, when Minnesota's heft defenceman Tim Reid bca Montreal goalie Ken Dryde with a low liner on the penall shot- BOSTON i, BUFFALO 1 First Period 1. Boslon, Cashma 1 (Esposlto, 2. Boston Esposlto 3 (Hodge, Orr) Pena jles Perrault Boston benc served by Esposilo Pratt Cashman D. Smllh Second Period 3- Boston, Esp sito 4 (D. Smith, Hodge) 4. B falo, Perreault 1 (Anderson, Pra 5. Boston, Cashman 2 (Awn Hodge) 0. Boston, Orr 1 (E posito, D. Smith) Penalties Crozier served by Keenan Hodg Third Period 7. Buffalo, Rob laille 1 (Meehan) 6. Bosto Bucyk 1 (Esposilo, McKenzie) Penalties Robitalllo Awi Bailey Shots on goal by Buffalo............. 385- Boston 13 15 Attendance MINNESOTA 1 MONTREAL 1 First Period 1. Montreal, Rlcha 1 (Trembiay) ard. Reed Second Period No scoring. Pena ties F. Mahovllch Gibbs, L malre Laperriere Third Period 2. Minnesota, Re 1, penally shot Penalties Re 6-45, Lapolntft Goldsworth Shots on goal by Monlreat 15 n Minnesota 11 14 H-4 Attendance game Lions sigu new fullback VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- ish Columbia Lions today an- nounced the signing of Dick Lyoas, a 195 pound fullback cut this year by New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Product! lea Stereo Tapei Ammunition Atlas Producti Bar-B-Q Supplies WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR HERTZ RENT-A-CAR DONT FORGET WE HAVE HUNTING LICENCE AMMUNITION PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayer Mag rath Drivt Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. MARY HOUNSELL This six-foot star will be seen in action tonight at the Sports Centre as the touring All- American Redheads, a unique women's basketball team, meet the Commercial Men's League all-stars. Game time is eight o'clock. Hockey group wauls confab EDMONTON (CP) Th Vorld Hockey Association would like to meet with John ilunro, federal health and we are minister, soon, Bill Hunt er, who heads a group holdin he Edmonton franchse in th new league said today. Hunter met with Munro twic ast winter concerning forma ion of a new pro bocke eague in Western Canada. 'We intend to inform the fee eral government what the WH ilans and show them our con ract and how it differs from he NHL players' contract, said Hunter. We are confident the Cana dian government will protec our league from any unfair in from the NHL. "We feel the government wi recognize this is the b e s chance for the prairies to gc major league hockey." CALGARY (Special) Lethbridge Sugar Kings suffered their third straight Alberta Junior Hockey eague defeat as they drop- ed a 4-1 decision to the algary Canucks Thursday ighl. It was the Canucks' fourth ictory in five games and kept iem in first place, two points head of the defending cham- ion Red Deer Rustlers. Dan Mandryk and Mark Lo- menda paced the Canucks with wo goals apiece during the ast two periods of play. Mandryk put the Canucks head 1 0 at of the see- nd period and Lomenda in- reased the lead at of the lird. Chris McMasters put Ite ugar Kings on the Scoreboard at of the final stanza, but ilandryk and Lomenda struck or their second goals to put the Canucks beyond reach. Warner Crawford, in the Sugar Kings nets, made 35 aves, eight more than Danny Milton of Calgary. The Canucks also picked up jght of 14 penalties which in- cluded one of two majors. The Sugar Kings will be idle until October 23 when they host he Rustlers. Meanwhile in Red Deer a ooal by rookie defenceman Doug Gillespie at of the third period gave Red Deer Rustlers a 3 2 victory over Calgary Cougars Thursday night. Dale Lewis and Darryl Wallis scored the other Rustler goals and Rick Norndon and Rick Alexander scored for the Cougars. Calgary goalie Barry House made 33 saves, one more than Pete Delaney of Red Deer. The Rustlers received six of 11 minor penalties. Red Deer held a 2 1 lead going into the final period after a scoreless first period. Wilson doubles score 011 CCHS In Junior High School soccer action, Wilson Junior High School doubled the score on Catholic Central with a 4-2 count Thursday night. Cliff Miyashiro led Wilson's attack with two goals while brother Keith and Ron Shellen- burg chipped In with one apiece. Peter Duckett tallied both the CCHS's markers. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T Boston Toronto New York Buffalo Vancouver Weit Detroit Chicago Pittsburgh Los Angeles Minnesota St. Louis phila...... California ALBERTA JUNIOR Calgary Red Edmonton Leafs Mount Royal Edm. Movers Drumhsllcr Lethbridge vision 01533 2 0 A 6 2 2 0 V 10 2 L T F A 1 0 27 17 1 0 53 2! 0 0 1? 5 0 11 10 3 0 20 71 1018- 0 3 0 11 22 0 HOCKEY SCORES Nations! Lttgut Boston Buffalo 1 Montreal 1 Minnesota 1 American Novi Scotia 6 Tidewater 2 Eastern Roanoke 1 Charlotte 1 Cintral Junior Smiths Falls 5 Ottawa 2 Ontario Junior Kitchener S Peterborough 1 Northern Ontario Junior Sault Ste. 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