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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October Id, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Canadiens And Black Hawks Click Again Sabre Puck Hopes Jolted On Two Fronts PROUD PAIR - Lethbridge hunter John Grant, left, and son David proudly display the perfect six Elk head the senior Grant bagged earlier this week on the top end of Hidden Creek, some 30 miles northwest of Lundbpeek. David also enjoyed a big outing by bagging a nearly perfect six in the highly-successful outing. Like father like son, it could be said. Sugar Kings Gunning For Junior Puck Lead The scramble for first place in the early going of the Alberta Junior Hockey League resumes on two fronts this weekend with Red Deer Rustlers, Calgary Mount Royal Cougars and Lethbridge Sugar Kings all involved in the battle for top spot. The Rustlers took over sole possession of first place Thurs- Mishap Mars Speed Bid WENDOVER, Utah (AP) - The Blue Flame rocket car hit 609 miles an h o u r Thursday night in the first of two runs needed to break Craig Breed-love's 1965 land speed mark of 600 and 601 miles an hour. However, an attempt for an official record met catastrophe when a fueling mishap sent hydrogen peroxide spilling over Lhe car's fuselage. The accident occurred while crew members were trying to get the rocket car ready for a return run-within the required one hour-to break the record. The 609 speed was the fourth run of the day for driver Gary Gabelich, of Long Beach, Calif. It came after runs of 566.216 and 546.614, and a two-second JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 "burn" for which no speed was announced. The 38 - foot - long needle-nosed car got a rolling shove from a truck before its rocket engine was switched on. Breedlove set his record in a jet-fueled car, Spirit of America. Registration Deadline Set The Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association will hold the final day of registrations for all divisions of minor hockey at Adams Park Arena on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 4:30-7:30 p.m. This will definitely be the last day of registrations and will not be accepted after that date. Registrations are still slow in the Midget and Juvenile divisions. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES * WINDSHIELDS * INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS if PLEXIGLAS it MIRRORS ir GLASS - ALL TYPES it ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS it ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS it ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS it ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS it ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS it GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE * BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS it HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER it PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4th Si. S. Prions 327-1581 day night by skating to 6-1 victory over Edmontcm Maple Leafs in Edmonton. The win was the Rustlers' fourth in five games, with one tie, and gives them nine points. That's one more than Calgary and two ahead of the Sugar Kings. Brian Ogilvie and Marvin Belcourt fired home two goals each for the Rustlers with Terry Wedderburn and Lome Bar tell adding the others. Wayne Paulson scored for Edmonton. Larry Hendricks blocked 34 shots for the Leafs and Dale Henwood 27 for the Rustlers with the winners collecting eight of 15 penalties. The Kings entertain the Rustlers at the Arena Saturday night and then meet Ponoka Stampeders in a Sunday afternoon contest in their third and fourth home games of the season. Kings, with three wins, a loss and a tie in their first five games, travelled to Edmonton last weekend and came home with three points out of a possible four. They downed the Movers and tied the Maple Leafs. The club will be in good shape for the visit of the Rustlers and Stampeders. Fraser Robertson suffered a leg injury in the first Edmonton game last weekend and missed action against the Leafs- However, he'll be back at his regular blueline spot for the weekend series. Tickets for the games are on sale at the Arena box office until six o'clock this evening and from two to four o'clock Saturday afternoon. PERFECT SHOTS Boston - Bill Sharman once took 11 shots in a game and notched 11 field goals for an NBA performance mark. By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Buffalo Sabres, fencing for a Stanley Cup playoff spot in their first National Hockey League season saw their hopes rattled on two fronts Thursday. During the day, veterans Don Marshall and Phil Goyette stood firm on their decision to retire At night, Buffalo fell 3-0 to Montreal Canadiens in their NHL debut at home before 10,331 fans. The status of Marshall and Goyette with the Sabres had been in doubt since they left the Buffalo training camp two weeks ago to return to their Lachine, Que., homes to consider the future. Marshall, 38, and Goyette 36, had been knocking about the NHL for years with Montreal before going to New York Rangers with goalie Jacques Plante on June 4, 1963, in return for Dave Balon, Leon Rochefort, Len Ronson and goalie Lome (Gump) Worsley. Goyette subsequently went to St. Louis Blues where, last year, he won the Lady Byng Trophy as the league's most-gentlemanly player. Both were drafted1 by the Sabres in the NHL draft last June. In other games Thursday, Chicago Black Hawks came from behind to nip Detroit Red Wings 2-1, Philadelphia Flyers scored four second^period goals but went all out to take Vancouver Canucks 5-4 and Minnesota North Stars toppled Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2. Coach Punch Imlach saw his punchless Sabres suffer their second setback in three games. They took only 14 shots at Montreal goalie Phil Myre while the Canadiens, who got two goals from Yvon Cournoyer in registering their third straight win, peppered Roger Crozier with 53. SUMMARIES CHICAGO 7 DETROIT 1 First Period - 1. Detroit, Webster 7 <:13. Penalties - Plnder, Chi., maior, 0:36; Shires, Det. Major and minor 0:36. Second Period - J. Chicago, R. Hull 3 (Campbell) 1:24; 3. Chicago, Martin 1 (Maloney, White) 7:3!". Penalties-C. Makl, Chi., 1:48; Bergman. Det.. 1:29; C Makl, Chi., 14.35; Bergman, Det., 14.35; Bergman, Det., 17.59, D. Hull, Chi., 19:47. Third Period - No scoring. Penalties - Magnuson, Chi., 0:28; Delvec-chlo, Det., 1:09; White, Chi., 8.28. Shots on goal by: Chicago.............7 * 9-25 Detroit.............i 2 10-18 Attendance-12,493. MINNESOTA 4 PITTSBURGH 2 First Period - 1. Pittsburgh, Prentice 1 (Hextall, Woytowlch) 11:43; 2. Pittsburgh, Boyer 2 (Blackburn, Pro-novost) 16:10. Penalties - Blackburn, Pgh., 2:06; Paris, Mln., 3:28 Hextall, Pgh., 7:23; O'Shea, Mln., 10:46; Gibbs, Minn., 11:01; Boyer, Pgh., 11:01; Har-aruk, Pgh., 13:08. Second Period - 3. Minnesota, Mc-Kechnle I (Goldsworthy, Parlse) 9:4; 4. Minnesota, McKechnie 2 (Goldsworthy, Barrett) 12:27. Penalties - Mc-Callum, Pgh., 3:03; Goldsworthy, Mln., 4.08; McCreary, Pgh., 12:05; Seguln, Mln., 12:05; Watson, Pgh., 16:20. Third Period - 5. Minnesota, O'Shea 1 (Seguln, Barrett) 10:15; 6. McKechnie 3 (Paris, Goldsworthy) 14:26. Penalties - Parlse, Mln., Watson, Pgh., 5:22; Harbaruk, Pgh., 17:37. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh......... 11 8 g_j7 Minnesota .......... � 11 g_28 Attendance-12,134. PHILADELPHIA 5 VANCOUVER 4 First Period - 1. Vancouver, Pale-ment 1 (Popiel, Boudrlas) 10:02; 2. Vancouver, Boudrlas 2 (Young, Payment) 15:13; 3. Philadelphia, Lacrlox 1 (Ashbee, Clarke) 17:51. Penalties - Peters, Phlla., 0:54, Hargreaves, Van., 1:33, Wllklns, Van., 3:21, Van Impe, Phlla., 12:13, W. Hlllman, Phila., 13:15, Corrigan, Van., 16:33, Bernier, Phlla., 17:40, Doakes, Van., 17:40. Second Period - 4. Philadelphia, Domhoeffer 2 (Clarke, Kelly) 4:01; 5. Philadelphia, Bernier 1 (Hale) 14:55. 6. Philadelphia, Bernier 2 (Lacroix, Gendron) 19:19; 7. Philadelphia, Ashbee 1 (Clarke, Kelly) 18:21. Penalties -Clarke, Phil., 1:44; Wllklns, Van., 5:28; Lunde, Van., 7:42; Van Imp e, Phil., 12:04; Popiel, Van., 15:20; Clark Phil., 15:20; Hargreaves, Van., 15:36; Popiel, Van., 17:52. Third Period - 8. Vancouver, Cullen 1 (Kurtenbach, Hall) 2:17; 9. Vancouver, Hall 2 (Makl, Kurtenbach) 6:20. Penalties - W. Hlllman, Phil., 1:01; Peters, Phil. 8:03; Young, Van., Gendron, Phlla., 13:15. Qulnn, Van., double minors;, 1�:05; Domhoeffer, Phlla., ier,fed ,by Helskala, �nd L. Hlllman, Phlla., 16:05. Shots on goal: Vancouver..........n 5 11-30 Philadelphia ......... a u �-32 Attendance-11,766. MONTREAL S BUFFALO � First period - No scoring. Penalties - Watson, Buff, 0:17; Anderson, Buff, 2:22; Larose, Mtl, 4:27; Larose, Mtl, ma|or, 8:47; Pratt, Buff, maior, 8:47; Watson, Buff, 12:34; Barrier, Buff, 18:24. Second Period - 1. Montreal, Cournoyer 3 (Bellveau) 6:01. Penalties - Lapolnte, Mtl., 1:09; Pratt, Buff, 7:00; Bellveau, Mtl, 12:16. Third Period - 2. Montreal, LBpolnte I (Richard, Tremblay) 1:19; 3. Montreal, Cournoyer 4, 10:06. Penalties - Anderson, Buff, 0:10; Watson, Buff, Shots on goal by: MoMr�l .......... 11 22 20-53 Buffalo............. 3 t 2-14 Attendance-10,331. ANDY CAPP I AVE MORE TROUBLE, WITH MESELF THAN ' ANY OTHER. PERSON , -y- Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY MORNING COFFBR Mel Robertson 224; Pat Plomp 210; Phyllis Jensen 192; Aria Teterls 225; Glory Pedersen 236. MARTINIZING Doreen Wilson 299; Marg Smith 282; Karen Carney 280; Ethel Styner 266; Issle Orsten 266; Marge Malcomson 262; Ann Culler 254; Lynn Baktr 247. GREEN'S SHOES Ken Malcomson 327 (875); John Rempel 308 (752); Ken Masson 288; Yugoslavian Team Wins WINNIPEG (CP) - The touring Yugoslavian Rabotnicki basketball team downed University of Manitoba Bisons 83-70 Thursday for the fourth win in five starts on their current Canadian tour. The Manitoba squad led most of the first half which ended in a 34-34 tie, but could not keep up with the Yugoslavians in the second half. Top scorer for the visitors was Vladimir Bocevski with 27 points. For Bisons Angus Town scored 20. Tuesday Dates Foi* Slmttlers The North Side Badminton Club will launch the new season next Tuesday, October 20, with regular sessions scheduled each Tuesday night from eight to 10 o'clock at Westminster School. All former players and anyone interested in joining the club are urged to turn out for the opening session. Birds are provided by the club and any further information may be obtained from George Frame at 7-2585. Jim Kato 273 (717); May Hlebert 292; Dena Smith 276 (689); joey Solce 331 (692); Dot Mlyashlro 288 (723); Leon Checkryn 277 (719); Jean Christie 295; Diane Pedersen 269. EAGLE'S LODGE Steve Mezel 266 ( 663); Cyril Barnett 268; Oscar Ludwlg 254; Geo Matchett 271 (707); Roland Anderson 243; John La Rocque 243; Jean Matcheft 237. NUMODE HOMES Eunice David 310; May Hlebert 303 (735); Marge Hughes 292; Cathy Crlgh-ton 269; llene Astle 248; Isabella Bergman 248 (7331; Cnrls Ell 235; Laverne Schow 228. SUNDOUIST LADIES Joanne Sharun 300; Marie Smith 299; (764); Ev Krauss 266 (680); Linda Hovey 259; Pat Tunstall 257; Frances Harris 257 (679); Vera Nlcholls 236; Helen Mlkula 233. SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 331 (751); Jack Nunweller 239; Bill Jensen 227; Roy LaValley 212; Carl McCann 216. HENRY HOMES John Cahoon 262; Fran Beresnak 252; George Alexander 226; Rita Ce-mullnl 243; Gordon Morcom 241; Mary Morcom 225; Betty Paterson 276; Cecil Murakami 224; Len Kuhn 226; Henry Gretzlnger 219. J.C.C.A. Jlro Mlyagawa 318 (700); Masa Goshlmmon 262 ( 703); Kaye Ayukawa 238; Mary Shlgenlro 245; Tak Kata-kaml 281 (697); Geo Saito 282; Sandy Shlgehlro 228; Aya Nakamura 236; Marvin Hlga 276; Seiko Myashlor 265; Kyoto Shlgehlro 259. GLENDALE BOWL CHEC Eldon Westllng 339 (770); Yutaka Urano 292 (710); Jim Berry 292; Jean Christie 262; Al Bourassa 244; Betty Coutts 264 (675); Francis Wright 248; Alma Oberg 234; Slg Dobler 259; Max Coupland 239; Frances Mulock 306; Phyl Harrison 376 (916). HAY AGENCIES Marge McLaughlin 261 (715)1 Jean Passey 227 (663); Ann Pruegger 261 (675); Jo Hodge 235; Kay Davidson 280; Jackie Clark 259 ( 689); Joyce Stlnson 249; Flo Nyqulst 247; Eleanor Fenton 230. COMMERCIAL MEN'S Eldon Westllng 293 C852); Orest Yurchak 325 ( 856); Mike Tobo 341 (803); Ken Malcomson 319 (824); Sam Glrardl 322 ( 859); John Rempel 336 (818); Ken King 286 (790); Bernle Bailey 338 (731); Bert Mezel 330 (711); Francis Hlga 296 (762); John Way-cheshen 305 (712); Steve Gangur 311; Ab Paskuskl 305; Al Taylor 300. HIGA'S LADIES Verna Hlllcoat 264; Gladys Jarvle 240; Alice Heynen 237; Dot Bulpitt 300 (755); Velta Argols 234 ( 665); Lue Vollendorf 283; Phyl Harrison 276 (683); Edith Voth 250; Shirley Boyd 271 (678); Marlene Bosch 297 (683); Dlanne Vlollnl 242 (663); Pat Jarvle 287; Marie Arthur 260; Suzan McDonald 258. B AND E HARDWARE John Scattergood Jr. 269 (779); Gra Scattergood 315 (718); Judy Close 268; Bunny Anderson 277; Steve Garfur 272; Ada Scattergood 283; Gwen Edwards 257; Frank Simons 260;. PHIL GOYETTE - The veteran centre, along with Don Marshall, have decided to retire, a double loss for the team that drafted them, Buffalo Sabres. Tigers Lose Before 3,500 In Gas City MEDICINE HAT (CP) -Two- goal performances by Dave Kryskow and John Rogers sparked Edmonton Oil Kings to a 5 - 3 Western Canada Hockey League victory over Medicine Hat Tigers Thursday night. The win before 3,500 fans in Medicine Hat's new arena was Edmonton's fifth in six starts and gave them a six-point lead in the western division. They tied the other game. High-scoring Dan Spring got the other goal for the Oil Kings and Keith Silvernagle, Bill Christie and Dave White replied for the Tigers. Jack Cuminings made 42 saves for Edmonton while Steve MacFarland handled 27 for Medicine Hat. Name Change For Oakland OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Charles O. Finley, new owner of the national Hockey League's Oakland franchise, has renamed his team California Golden Seals. "I don't want to offend the city of Oakland, but I want it known that everyone in the San Francisco Bay . area is welcome at our game*," he said Wednesday night. After buying the team this summer, Finley had unofficially changed the name of the team from Oakland Seals to Bay Area Seals. JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs RED DEER RUSTLERS Sat., Oct. 17th - 8:30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs PONOKA STAMPEDERS Sun., Oct 18th - 2:00 p.m. ADMISSION PRICES ? ADULTS $1.25 - ? STUDENTS 75* ? CHILDREN 25* Advance tickets en tale Lethbridge Arena: Friday 4-6 p.m.; Saturday 2-4 p.m. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE  SHARPENED  SHINED  NEW LACES  SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. .. $2-50 PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR 500 COOPER HOCKEY NETS 15.95 LARGE SIZE C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS Reg. 3.95. O QQ Special ....... Ce33 COOPER OFFICIAL HOCKEY PUCKS Reg. 40c. Special . . SPECIALS TILL SAT. OCT. 17th ONLY. 190 Check u� for the best team prices in Southern Alberta. BERT & MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. & Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years." Til. ,TV $24 JUST ARRIVED In Camm's Men's Den A NEW DRESSY SLATER BOOT With inside zipper. In brown. A real favorite with both young . men and older ........ SEE OUR NEW JARMAN SLIP-ONS In burnished brown antique leathers - with or without buckles. NEW JARMAN OXFORDS -a new olive brown moc vamp -a black French calf plain vamp Plus many ether styles to choose from in our wide selection of quality men's shoes. OPEN FRIDAY NITES UNTIL 9 P.M. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES OCTOBER MOBILE HOME SPECIALS See FRED . . . 1970 PARKW00D 12' x 50' -2 bedrooms -completely furnished -carpets OPBN FOfT SUNDAY BROWSING T-5 p See KARL . . . 1970 PARAMOUNT 10' x 44' -2 bedrooms -completely furnished DRAW WINNERS lst-MRS. P. M. THOMAS LETHBRIDGE 2nd-MRS. RICHARD MURRAY NEW DAYTON See ERIC . . . 1970 PARAMOUNT 12' x 44' -2 bedrooms -completely furnished MID WEST MOBILE HOMES "Southern Alberta's Leading Mobile Home Dealer" East on Highway 3 (Taber Highway) Phone 327-1986 ;