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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, 22, T97I Hull brothers up to old tricks for Black Hawks Sabres beaten OOPS Chicago Black Hawks' Chico Maki, No. 16, and Buffalo Sabre goes head over heels in NHL action Thursday night. The Hawks Sabres' Gil Perreoulf, No. 11, chase after the puck while an unidentified won 5-2. Alouettes prepare for Bombers Decision time for Etcheverry MONTREAL (CP) Sam Etcheveriy faced several personnel decisions toduy as his Montreal Alouettes prepared to entertain Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers Sunday afternoon. The biggest question mark re- maining for the coach of the defending Grey dip champions, was the status of quarterback Sonny Wade, hampered by a shoulder separation for almost two weeks. While Wade had not been scheduled to start against the Western Football Conference j Bombers, Etcheverry still had j to decide whether or not to put him on the 30-day injury list or take a chance and leave him at backup to rookie Jim Chasey for the game. Chasey was at the helm all the way in Toronto last Sunday as the Als downed the Argo- nauts 28-7. Wade was injured one week earlier against the same club here as the Argos, dumped the Als 32-5 to clinch the Eastern Football Conference regular-season title. Wade was injured "slightly" in first reports, but his shoulder has failed to respond to treat-' ment and he has been unable to; throw the ball since. j WAITS FOR DECISION I Standing on the sidelines] awaiting the decision was new-: comer Jim Leclair, who pre- viously performed here as a quarterback with Montreal Bea- vers of the Continental Football League several seasons ago. Leclair, along with defensive end Tony Guillory, were sched- uled to finish five-day trials today. Guillory, a former Bomber, would have to displace either Bill Whisler or Joe Blake, j the Als' current incumbents at i the defensive end spots. Etcbeverry was abo faced with the problem of what to do of the season because of a Itnee i while file Bombers currently operation and slow reeupera- j are Icoidng for thair first play- HOT, Desjardias was eligible to J off chance since 1S5S in the o-tsj-iruiiia was eagioie 10 j on t return from the injured list in j WFC. time for Sunday's game. The Pierre Dcsjardins. Out for most playoff spot with Als currently are tied with veteran offensive guard Montreal could clinch an EFC j with Hamilton Tiger-Cats Bowling score CAPRI BOWL HI! 10DE HOMES Ellen King Grace Hill 2iO; Pa! Jarvie 2611 Joan Jones 267 La-t verns Schnw 263; Linria Hovcy SigrieJ Donktn Arleen 1 Read 26E May Hiebert 266 i M.iy Kolesar 253 Chris Ell 258; Mary Wishnevski 237 SUNDDUiST CONSTRUCTION Isabel Orsten 236; Mac Po.iip 233; Pat Plomp 27-1 Frances Harris 251; Jean Passey 261 MDye Martin 235; Bonnte Stimatz 306; Mur- iel Wallers 231; Marie Smith 530; Vera fJichctls 230; Ober 222; Rose Nun. 214; Freda Linn 214. HENRY HOMES Torn Adams 281 Conrtad Arnold 264 Bernie Carrier 258; Ripley 251; Barry ToJIestrup 260; Sieve Gangur 761; Marlon Mc- Neely Lcrna Ccleman 310; Mary Morcom 259 .lean Passey 278 Stella Stevenson 233; Bernicc Gyorkos 233; Kay Davison 243. win Sunday, J 12 points on six victories and six losses for each club. Ottawa Rough Riders have four points fewer than the other two clubs. All three have only two games left to play. DEFENSE DOWN While the Bombers and quart- erback Don Jonas have put 347 points on the hoard for their six win, eight loss and one tie and a third-place, 13 J.C.C.A, LEAGUE Esfrid Narjcila 341 Masa Goshinmon 294 Kaye Ayukawa 239 Fudge Tomiyama 237; Marj Fujita 234; Faye Urano 247; Bob Senda 289; Kaz Suglmoto 265; Jlro Miyagawa 269; Tom Hirashimft 278 Jim Higa 272; Mas Shigehiro WEDNESDAY MORNING N'ancy Prindle 293, Oonnls Foder 316 (653J, Elaine Slrellev 248, Char- lotle Reid 248, Connie Baceda 230, Marg Hamilton 235, Flo Bates 228, Vera Nicholls 236 Linda Asoes- 'wilsfnTsB reCOrd points this season, they are an- j other matter defensively. They have had 331 points t scored against them and appear particularly vulnerable against 'nambrick Kay i the run a fact Etcheverry will Fiak 245 Bea try to exploit with Chasey on June Boyd With OUT 344 Linda Malcomson 314 ground game against MARTINIZING Carolyn Wilde 269 Joyce Brown 2-12, Isabel Orsten 260, Isnhelle Bergman 257 Marg Besseling 263 Maxine Buck 245, Marg Smith 283 Irene Lynrfe 266 Francis Castles 257, Salmon 239 Ken Larsi Kurtz 294 Darwin Romanchuk 2B8 Abe Enns 268 EAGLES LODGE I Frank Gorda 269 Ron Beta j 245 Allen Groves 256 Andy Krajewskt 247, Marlon Najda 260, Gary Ward 241, Evelyn Groves 243, Anne Golla 25B, Connie Gilleir 225, Willie Plomp 264 BOBBY HULL Off to a fast start for Chicago Black Hawks. BOISE CASCADE Jim Ainsley 203; Lorraine Allen 200; Pauletie Ainsley 217; Marlene Wllli airis 237; Roslyn Brees 210; Bunny Wittig 203; Louise Watmough 201. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Helen DIxan 24B. Mary Kirkby Bonnie Kennedy 218, May Syme 204, Bill Kelly 236, Gary Kennedy 241, Les Sackney 26B, Sandy McKenile 244. TOTAL SPORTS COVERAGE LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL On AM 1090 FM 100.9 YOUR SPORTS MINDED STATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA LISTEN FOR ROGER CHANNON Sporll Director DALE AASEN Assl. Sports Director BROADCAST TIMES MON.-FRI. SAT. SUN. a.m. o.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 'We've always had good run- ning in Moses Denson and Bruce Van Ness, but we haven't always gone with it as much as we should." That appeared as a subtle hint that Chasey provided the Als with a quarterbacking per-; formance which followed the team's game plan and would have earned him the starting assignment even though Wade had not been injured. Keon might see some ice time TORONTO (CP) Dave Keon may return to the Toronto Maple Leafs lineup in time for t o n i g h t's National Hockey League game with Detroit Red Wings. The 31-year-old centre, a sec- ond-team all-star last year, has missed T o r o n t o's first five games of the season with a knee injury suffered during practice By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS in Vancouver two weeks ago. TIM HORTON Sent (o the sidelines with a broken ankle. By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Hull brothers are up to their old tricks for Chicago Black Hawks in the National Hockey League. Bobby and Dennis Hull scored three goals between them to lead the Hawks to a 5-2 victory over Buffalo Sabres Thursday In the only other NHL game Los Angeles Kings routed Philadelphia Flyerr 7-0. A year ago the Hull brothers combined for 04 goals, with Bobby getting 44 and Dennis 40. In seven games this season they have six, Bobby four and Den- nis bvo. Bobby got his fourth late in the second period against the S'abres to break a 2-2 tie before a record turnout of at Buffalo's Memorial Auditorium., Dennis added two more in the last three minutes of play for good measure. REGAIN FIRST It was the Hawks' sixth vic- tory in their first seven games and regained for them sole pos- session of first place in the West Division. "We were glad to get this win and bounce back after our loss to New York Rangers Wednes- said Hawk coach Billy Reay. "This was the second of our seven-game road trip and we'll be glad to get any victory we can on the road." Dennis' goals were his first of the season and the younger Hull brother said "it felt good to break into the scoring column." Los Angeles goalie Gary Ed- wards kicked aside 34 shots as the Kings spoiled Philadelphia's home opener before at the Spectrum. Bobby Berry and Real Lermeiut each tallied twice to lead the Kings' offensive. Meanwhile at Pitlsburgh, de- fenceman Tim Horton will be lost to the Penguins for possible six weeks because of a broken ankle, the Penguins said Thurs- day. Horton, a former Ranger and Toronto Maple Leaf who came out of retirement to sign with Pittsburgh, suffered the injury against Los Angeles Wednesday when he crashed into the boards. LOS ANGELES 7, PHILADELPHIA I First Period 1. Los Angeles. Back. Strom 2 (Polvln, Flett) Penalties Ashbee Plante Potvln Second Period 2. Los Angeles. Widing 1 (Flett, Berry) 3. Los Angeles. Berry 1 Penalties Kelly, Marolte Byers, major, MacLelsh major. Berry, Dorn- hoeler Goring Flett, Foley Third Period 4. Los Angeles. Joy- al 1 (Backstroml 5. Los Angel- es, Lemleux 1 (Goring! 6. Los Angeles, Berry 2 (Hlllman) 7. Los Angeles, Lemleux 2 (Goring, Lonsbcrry) Penalties Dorn- noefer Foley Shols on goal by Los Angeles......... I 14 Philadelphia .........12 10 Attendance CHICAGO S, BUFFALO I First Period 1. Chicago, Martin I (Jarrett, Magnuson) 2. Chi- cago, Pappln 3 (Magnuson, Angottl) Penalties Stapleton Shack O'Shea I Second Period 3. Bulfalo, Meehan 4 (Merlin, Shack) 4. Buffalo, Luce 1 (Martini 5. Chicago, R. Hull 4 (O'Shea. Marlin) Penal- ties Hamilton Wat- son ANDY CAPP WILUNER SWITCH THE TELtfON? e's CUT MZ ALLOWANCE Competition Act would be fatal MONTREAL (CP) Clar- ence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League, said Thursday that proposed federal legislation, if passed in its cur- rent form, "would lead to the dissolution of all professional leagues in Canada." Campbell used a speaking en- gagement to the Kiwanis Club for his first public examination of impending legislation intro- duced by Ron Basford, con- sume- affairs minister, and la- belled "The Competition Act." The legislation, with wide- sweeping powers that would in- clude amateur and professonal sports, would supplant the Com- bines and Investigation Act of 189. Section 19 proposes that no person be allowed to conspire to limit unduly the opportunity of any one to deal with another team for his services. "This legislation, if passed in its present form, would lead to the dissolution of all profes- sional leagues in Campbell said. "But, this sub- ject doesn't justify a trip to the 'Wailing Wall' yet." He said the federal govern- ment has no lawful jurisdiction in this matter under the British North American Act. The legal jurisdiction rests with the pro- vincial governments, he said. Campbell also answered a query about the World Hockey Association's announcement Wednesday that the newborn league does not Intend to in- clude a reserve clause in its player contracts. "The NHL will not abandon the reserve clause under any Campbell said. "It's the keystone to any pro sports organization. "If they (the WHA) follow this course, I pi-edict a short life for them." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES A emerges as new puck power Third Period 6. Chicago, D. Hull 1 (Mlkita, Koroll) 7. Chicago, D. Hull 2 (Koroll) Penalties Chicago bench served by Campbell Martin Shots on goal by Chicago 13 1J t-M Buffalo 4 7 Attendance He tried out the knee Tuesday and it has progressed so rap- idly, coach John McLellan said Thursday Keon might get some ice time tonight. Spinal surgery for Marcotte BOSTON (AP) Boston Bruins forward Dun Marcotte will undergo surgery to correct a spinal disc ailment this morn- ing at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Bruins said Thurs- day. Marcotte has been plagued by back trouble since the first week of training camp and has not played for the National Hockey League club since the first regular season game. Doctors estimate that Mar- cotte should be able to resume light workouts in three to four weeks. Baldly, White pace scorers Roger Bnldry hooped M points and Vernon .lubber 17 as LDS downed Innlso 8IH4 in City Men's Basketball League action Wednesday night. Mel- vin White starred for the losers with 26 points. Next league play is Monday with Doug's meeting Kiinira's fit I) p.m. at the Sports Centre Mid Capri travallinj! to Card- ston lor a contest. Brandon Wheat Kings are emerging as a new power this year in the Western Canada Hockey League. The Kings humiliated New Westminster Bruins 9-2 in Bran- don Thursday night and moved into a tie for first place in the eastern division with Flin Flon Bombers. New Westminster this year obtnined UK franchise held by i Derek Kimtz, Jeff AWett and j Stan Weir got the others for I the Tigers. i Bob Thomson and Lyle Knud-1 son each got single markers for the Jets. Goaltcnder Frank Turnbull turned aside 23 shots for Winni- peg while Leo Karchie and Frank Turnbull -combined to block 38 drives on the Tigers'! nets. Karchie was replaced after the first period. Tigers picked up 15 minor Estevan Bruins, one of the top' penalties, four majors nnd two I teams in the league last sea- son. Brandon now has four wins and a loss on five starts, a record equalled by only Edmon- ton Oil Kings and Calgary Cen- tennials, both of the western j division. Flin Flon has eight 111 LrailbfOOk misconducts. Winnipeg had minors and two majors. Elks to play points on four wins and four losses. In otter league action Thurs- day, Winnipeg Jels took advan- tage of a five-minute major called against Medicine Hat Tigers in overtime and picked up a 5-4 victory in Medicine lint. In Brandon, Robbie Neale fired three first-period goals to pace the Kings. Mike Ford's tliird goal of the evening gave Winnipeg its vic- tory while the Tigers' Ira Doss had 32 seconds remaining in n five-minute spearing penalty. The Jets led 3-2 after the first and 4-3 going into the final 20 minutes, but Medicine Hat cen- tre Tom Lysiak m.idc it n sud- den-death affair with n goal lato In UK: Uurd. Don Midget "A" Elks continue their pre-lcague season exhibition schedule this weekend with two games against Cranbrook Saturday evening and Sunday at Cran- brook. Game time (t p.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday. The Elks opened the exhibi- tion schedule w i t li a win against Calgary Lions last weekend. The Elks will play (his sea- son in the Southern Allwrta Juvenile League. Meanwhile the Pec Wee Mar- lands will host the Calgary Pee Woo Brentwood on Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Civic Ice Centre commencing at p.m. Rams behind eight-ball in title bid Jim Whitclaw's LCI Rams will be behind the proverbial eight ball tonight at Hen- derson Park. Rams take on the Catholic Central Cougars in a South- ern Alberta High School Foot- ball League game that will determine the western repre- sentative in next Friday's championship struggle against the eastern section champion Medicine Hat Mc- Coy Colts. Heading into tonight's af- fair, the Cougars are unbeat- en and hold a 26 point cush- ion over the Rams by virtue of a 33-7 win in the first meeting between the two city rivals. In a nutshell, to qualify for the final the Rams must win tonight by at least 27 points. A victory simply won't he enough bccmisc in the case of a tie in the standings, the points for and against sys- tem will be used to deter- mine the champion. In a douhlcbill in Medicine Hat tonight, Uio Mohawks take on Crescent Heights and Winston Churchill Bulldogs face McCoy Colls. Tho Cougar Ram encoun- ter gets under way at eight o'clock. ALBERTA JUNIOR American Leayul W L T F A Pis Rochester 4 Tidewater 2 n 8! Western Liagus 26 8 Phoenix 4 Portland 4 32 8 Eastern League IB 6 i Greensboro 5 Petersburgh 5 3B 4 Central League 22 0 I For! Worth 5 Omaha 2 31 0 Prairie League i Reglna 7 Yorkton 4 NATIONAL L Quebec Junior Shawlnlgan 3 Cornwall 3 Bast Divt on central Junior A PI Ottawa 4 Pembroke 3 19 9 I Ontario Junior 12 7 j Peterborough 5 Niagara Falls 0 Calgary Red Mount Royal Edmonton Leafs Edm. Movers Lethbrldge Drumheller ___ New York Boston Montreal Vancouver Toronto Buffalo Detroit 1 West DM Chicago 6 Pittsburgh 5 Minnesota 3 Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 2 California 0 17 8 17 24 10 17 gh 5 Niagara Fall! Western Canada Brandon 9 New Westminster 2 t Winnipeg 5 Medicine Hat 4 Alberta Junior Edmonton Movers 11 Drumheller J SCORING LEADERS HOCKEY SCORES National League CMcago 5 Buffalo 2 Los Angeles 7 Philadelphia 0 Gilbert, NY Esposito, Bos Meolian, Buf.......... Cournoyer, Mil F. Mah'llch, Mil Sheehan, Cal...... Ratelie, NY Hadfield, NY R. Hull. Chi........... 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