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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October THE LCTHBRIDQE HERALD -13 MONTREAL QOALIE KEN DBYDEN STOPS ST. LOUIS BLUES' DOUG PALA2ZARI Black Hawks, Canadiens both lose, Boston wins their first of season By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ron Low proved Thursday to Chicago Black Hawks at least that he belongs in the National Hockey League. The 24-year-old native of Birtle, Man., blocked 33 shots, including all 18 in the final pe- riod, to help give Washington Capitals their first National Hockey League 4-3 decision over the Black Hawks. In other league action, St. Louis Blues downed the winless Montreal Canadiens 3- 2. Boston Bruins defeated Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 in a rematch of last year's Stanley Cup finalists and Buffalo Sabres dumped California Seals 6-1. Low, who was Toronto Maple Leafs' eighth choice in the 1970 amateur draft, has spent all but the 1972-73 season in the Leaf farm system. That year, he got into only 42 games and posted a 3.89 goals- against average. He was the first player picked by the Capitals in the expansion draft last June The Capitals took an early 1- 0 lead before the hometown crowd of in Landover, Md., on a goal by Denis Dupere at of the first penod. Chicago tied it at of the same period on Jim Pap- pin's goal and took the lead 54 seconds into the second on a goal by Germain Gagnon. Washington came back with second-period goals by Dupere and Ron Anderson, but Chicago tied it 3-3 at of the second on Dennis Hull's power-play goal. Jack Egers fired the winner, the only score of the third period, as the Capitals outshot the Black Hawks 36- 25. At St. Louis, Montreal took a 2-0 lead on a pair of goals by Yvon first at of the first period and the second at of the mid- dle frame on a power play. Rookie Bob Stumpf and Floyd Thomson scored within 18 seconds of each other in the final period and Brian Ogilvie's fourth goal of the SHOOTERS' Hunter results on opening day would seem to indicate that Dheasam populations have improved from last years low. Not abundant yet by any means, it would appear that there has been an appreciable come back Sharp tail hunting has also been pro- ductive although this was expected While not every hunter re- ported getting his limit there were none we talked to that had not managed to bag a few birds for the day Bank Manager Ken McLean has been limiting out on Canada geese Ken Has been hunting geese for some years, and this is the sort of hunting where knowledge of the game really pays off. Wayne Malone, avid duck hunter and student at Lethbrmge Collegiate, reports that mallards are now down, with excellent re- john Fry of Bremerton. Washington dominated the British Columbia Bench Rest Championships at Clearwater B.C. He averaged .2916 for the 3 Classes at 100 and 200 yards to the 3 gun aggregate, which is a new Canadian Record. Subject to official measurements it appears that he may Mm seta new World Record at this shoot John was shooting a 6 X 47 nfle with bullets that he had swaged himself. The two Foreland brothers of Vernon set two Canadian Records, a .497 at 200 yards in Sporter and a .206 at 200 yards in Heavy Varmint The Sporter group took the existing record away from Bob Hobbs. Junior of Lethbndge, who found the different conditions at the Clearwater range difficult As the National Championships in -75 are slated for Clearwater the experience may have proven valuable -htaMM, We would like to welcome Ed Piroqowtez to the LethbrSdge Division of the Fish and Wildlife Service. Ed was transferredfrom Edmonton, and we would speculate that he win enjoy working m tnis area and being more involved with field conditions ana less with administration. Dennis MacDonaW. who has been Director of the project investigating decline in pheasant populations In this area will heM the newly created Extension Services of the Fish and WUdlife Division effective November 1st. The responsiWfflies section will be to co-ordinate of various Government Departments as they effect wUdSfe. assist Ihe Hunter Training Program and other educational programs for the public. Fortunately Demus wai be able to continue with the pheasant program beyond hw new appointment which Is indeed as a more qualified biologist and effective problem solver of wHdHe problems would be difficult to Bnd. _. ._. The Pheasant Hunters SpedaT one of Southern most successful Trap Shoots was held test Sunday MossJeJgh. Results: Shayne Whynot Calgary Runner-up Dave Graham Stavely Stogies- Champion Keith Young Bed Deer -A" Class Errte Oeeg tyrflta Ctess Alan Gerkhe MossWgfh "C" Class NeH Bautinhelmer Red Oeer Handicap RoWn Calgary "A- Class Nell Bsuttnhefrner Red Oeer Congratulations once again 1o MossfletgTi Gun CWb Good Shoot! COMIM3 EVENTS: The lethbrWge Trap Club's Cast Chance Handicap Short !s scheduled JOT Saturday and Sunday. SOO birds wffl be shot, an of fhem Reowtered TWs Js the last opportunity lor Showers to up a yard for this season IUIISHU SNOT HI Western Canada's Mttftng sup- pNer of firearms, equipment retoadwfl KgTttwWgtn camping sear, oom- pWJe ownsmltWng service season at of the third gave the Blues the victory and kept the Canadiens in last place in Division 3. Phil Esposito paced the vis- iting Bruins with two second- period goals, his third and fourth of the season. Terry O'Reilly and Ken Hodge added goals within a 50-second span in the third. Philadelphia got its lone goal at of the third period when Gary Dornhoefer spoiled Ross Brooks's shutout bid. At Buffalo, Peter McNab and Don.Luce each scored twice to lead the Sabres. Gil Perreault and rookie Lee Fogolin got the others. Craig Patrick scored for the Seals who were outshot 42-11, including a 20-3 margin in the final 20 minutes. In tonight's only game, Kan- sas City Scouts, the other new franchise this season. Mauch will be back OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Montreal Expos extended the contract of manager Gene Mauch through the 1976 season with an increase in salary, club president John McHalle announced Wednesday. No figures were disclosed. Mauch joined the manager when the baseball franchise was born in 1968 after leading Philadelphia Phillies for 8% years. "Gene has been with us from the beginning, and he has received a raise every time his contract was said Jim Fanning, vice president and general manager. "When we signed him we thought we had the best manager in baseball and our opinion has not changed. "We are delighted to have Mauch to direct our club as we enter Phase 2 of our program. It is a young, developing club which we are certain, under Gene, will prove to be a true pennant contender.'" The Expos, late-season pen- nant contenders, finished fourth in the National League East Division. attempts to gain its first win in Atlanta against the Flames. ST. LOUIS 3, MONTREAL 2 First Period 1 Montreal, Lambert 2 (Van Boxmeer, Mahovlich) Penalties Gainey M 4.18. Second Period 2 Montreal, Lambert (3) Cournoyer, Lapomte 18-35 Penalties Richard M 13-16, Stumpf SL 16 52 .Third Period 3 St Louis, Stumpf (1) Bailey, Awrey 6.55, 4 SL Louis. Thompson (1) Collins 7-13, 5. St Louis, Ogilvie (4) Awrey, Linger 13.04. Penalties None on goal by Montreal 8 9 SL Louis 13 13 12-38 Goal Dryden, Montreal, John- ston, St Louis Attendance BOSTON 4 PHILADELPHIA 1 First period No scoring. Penalties Smith B 1.48, Watson Pha 17.11, Esposito B, Clarke Pha 19-39 Second period 1. Boston, Esposito 3 (Hodge, Cashman; 6-11; 2 Boston, Esposito 4 (Orr, Bucyk) 15.09. Penalties Domhoefer Pha, Cashman B (majors) 13-15, Lonsberry Pha 14 04, Hodge B Schultz Pha Schmautz B 18.21. Third period 3 Boston, O'Reilly 1 (Vadnais, Marcotte) 6 Boston, Hodge 3 (Cashman, Esposito) Philadelphia, Domhoefer 2 Penalties Vadnais B 10 54. Hodge B, Clarke Pha (majors) Shots on goal by Boston 12 13 Philadelphia 8 16 Boston, Parent, Philadelphia. Attendance WASHINGTON 4 CHICAGO 3 First period 1. Washington, Dupere 04; 2 Chicago, Pappin 3 (Boldirev) 16 07. Penalties Gagnon C, Pappin C 627, Egers W 8.23. Smith W 18.15. Second period 3. Chicago, Gagnon 1 (Redmond, Koroll) 054; 4. Washington. Dupere 2 (Bloom, Cowick) 5 Washington. Anderson 2 (Lesuk. Williams) 6. Chicago. Hull 1 (White. Mulvey) 14-41. Penalties Brooks W Gagnon C 9'33, Bloom W. Gagnon C (majors) 13.44. Mikkelson W 1358, Boldirev C 15-18. Martin C 19.07. TNrd period 7 Washington. Egers 1 Labre) Penalties Laframboise W 11-09 Shots on goal by Chicago 12 6 18-36 Washington 8 7 Goal Veisor. Chicago. Low. Washington. Attendance 9.471. BUFFALO CALIFORNIA 1 First period 1 Buffalo. McNab 2 (Dudley. Korab) Buffalo. Luce 2 (Ramsay. Guevremont) Penalties McNab Cal Gilbertson Cal Christie Cal. Schoenfetd Buf. (major, mmor) Socond period 3. Buffalo. McNab 3 (Owfley. Spencer) Penalties Frig Cal Korab Buf 320. 15.26. Third ported 4. California. Patrick 1 (Johnston. Huston) 5. Buffalo. PerreauH 4 (KorabO 1053 6. Buffalo. Fogfin 1 (SchoenfeM. Luce) 14.55. 7. Buffalo. Luce 3. Penatoes Spencer Buf Patey Cal 10-35. Fog Cal (doubte 1255. Johnston Cal 10.30. Pan Am Games site is sought VIENNA (CP) Los Ange- les, standing little chance of being awarded the 1980 Summer Olympic Games, might hold the Pan-American Games next August, following a decision to postpone them because of an outbreak of meningitis in Brazil. Pan-American sports con- federation leaders at the an- nual meeting of the 75th ses- sion of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided on the postponement of the Pan-Am Games, scheduled for Sao Paulo next April. Confederation officials will meet again Nov. 29 in Mexico City to decide whether to hold an "emergency Pan- American Games" limited to five sports, a full Games com- prising 18 sports or cancel the event. Meanwhile, IOC president Lord Killanin said Thursday Lake Placid, N.Y., has an ex- cellent chance of holding the 1980 Winter Olympics despite the fact Quebec City officials are considering entering a bid for them. "There is no question of ac- cepting Quebec if Lake Placid satisfies all our he said. "Lake Placid was a candidate for the 1976 Games and should have every chance of getting the next Games." A spokesman for Lord Kill- anin said Quebec was too late to make a bid for the 1980 Olympics because the deadline for applications clos- ed last March. SIS. UETHMHDOE, KENKOTKAS I KM HOWS Salesman of the Month We are pleased to an- nounce that Spence Bassingthwafte has won the Salesman of the Month award for September. We con- gratulate Spence for his fine efforts and suggest that if you're looking for a new or used car, give Spence a call at 327-1591 SPBHZMSaWIHWMTE FLEMING MOTORS LTD Tin St. and 1tt ATI. S. Pnom 327-1591 Big game for Rams, Bulldogs The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams will be out to salvage some lost pride while the Winston Churchill Bulldogs will be fighting for a shot at the division title when the two clubs meet in Southern Alberta High School Football League action at Henderson Park tonight at 8 p.m. The Bulldogs are currently second in the league's West Division with a record of three wins, one tie and one loss. The Catholic Central Cougars lead the division with four wins and a tie. The defending cham- pion Rams are a distant third in the Western Division standings with a record of two wins in five outings. A Bulldog win would give Winston Churchill a shot at the title when they meet the league leading Cougars in the season's final game. Meanwhile, Catholic Central travels to Medicine Hat tonight for a contest against McCoy High. A Cougar win coupled with a Winston Churchill toss would dinch the title for Catholic Central. LCG Kodiak basketballers WAYNE ANDERSON Wayne is the big man of the Kodiak team, weighing in at 222 pounds and standing six foot six inches in height. Wayne will be the centre for the Kodiaks. He hails from Westlock, Alberta and is studying business management at the LCC. This will mark his first year with the team. He played his high school basketball for East Glen High School in Edmonton. The 22 year old has already shown his dedication, shedding over 30 excess pounds during training. JOHN JASIVKIEWICZ John Jasivkiewicz is one of the main reasons behind the success of the Kodiaks over the past two seasons and he returns this year for his third year. The 20 year old native of Raymond is majoring in business ad- ministration at the college. He stands five foot seven inches and weighs 150 pounds. 'John learned his basic skills playing basket- ball for the Raymond high school team and is now one of the top backcourt men in the conference. KENDON EAKETT Kendon Eakett is return- ing to the Kodiaks for his third season. Kendon originally played his basketball for his hometown high school in Cardston. At 22 years of age he is majoring in business administration at the LCC. Kendon is a mainstay of the Kodiak back court and stands six feet tall and weighs in at 175 pounds. Kendon hopes to help make this season another winning one for the Kodiaks. Taber loses in overtime Earlier this week, Quebec officials sent the IOC a letter of intent saying the city was prepared to stage the games if they were not awarded to Lake Placid, the sole can- didate following the Van- couver withdrawal after B.C. Premier David Barrett said his government would not support the application. The IOC is to .consider the site next Wednesday. Moscow and Los Angeles are the only candidates for the Summer Games, with the Soviet capital the strong favorite. Lord Killanin said there is no question of postponing the choice of venue for the Winter Olympics site in order to con- sider Quebec, which would like a delay of 20 to 30 days to reach a final decision on its candidacy and obtain the necessary documents. Several South American countries could hold the emergency Games but Los Angeles is believed to be the only city capable of playing host to the full Games before the time limit of December, 1975 The 1975 Pan-Am Games were first awarded to San- tiago but switched to Brazil following the change of regime in Chile two years ago. CALGARY (CP) Mark Russell's third goal of the game at of sudden death overtime gave Calgary Canucks a 7-6 victory Thurs- day night over Taber Golden Suns in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Russell's winning marker ruined a tremendous Taber comeback in the third period. The Golden Suns had trailed 6- 2 early in the third period, but scored four straight'goals to send the game into overtime. The Canucks led 2-1 after the first period and 5-2 after the second. Other Canuck marksmen were Jerry Bancks with two and Ron Lecuyer, and Wayne Sherger with singles. Bernie Syrenne and Bob Miller scored two goals each for Taber and singles went to Don Renner and Randy Joevenazzo. The Canucks outshot Taber 48-35 and took 10 of 17 minor penalties. Taber also received one 10 minute misconduct Harrison suspended EDMONTON (CP) Centre Jim Harrison has been suspended indefinitely by Ed- monton Oilers, the World Hockey Association team an- nounced today at a news con- ference. General Manager Bill Hunter said Harrison will be replaced in the lineup Friday night by Bill Lang, a rookie from the Southern Hockey League, as the Oilers open their 1974-75 season against Winnipeg Jets at Winnipeg. Harrison, who spent six weeks as a member of Team Canada 74 and returned to the Oilers this week, threw his hockey stick into the stands during practice Wednesday and skated off the ice. Coach Brian Shaw, con- ducting the workout, said there were no harsh words or disturbances before Harrison quit. "I thought he was enjoying said Shaw. Fosse home run Catcher Ray Fosse of the world champion Oak- land A's belted this home run in the second inning of the last night's ball game in Oakland. The homer gave the A's a 2-0 lead as there was a man on base when Fosse hit it out. IS HE BALD? MIRACLE MEMBRANE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE..IN SECONDS. 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