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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LITHMIDC1 HIRAID Friday, Octobtr 23, WO DOUBLE CHECK Boston Bruin scrapper Johnny McKenzie (IP) and Chicago Black Hawk defenceman Keiih Magnuson get. their sticks and elbows up as they tangle in a bid for a loose puck in Thursday night's ga me. The clubs played to a 3-3 tie. Rustlers And Cougars Gain Point On Kings Red Deer Hustlers and Cal- gary Mount Hoyal Cougars fail- ed to settle anything in their Alberta Junior Hockey League game in Red Deer last night, but they both still managed to gain a point on the idle Leth- bridge Sugar Kings in the race for first place. Scott Darling kicked out 27 shots for the Cougars while Dale Kenwood stopped 20 for Red Deer. Cougars took 10 of 17 penalties. In another league game lasl night, Edmonton Movers postet their first win of the year by whipping Ponoka Stampeders 7-2 in Edmonton. The wir. The two teams battled to a shoved the Stampeders into the 1-1 tie with the single point giving the league leading Rustlers 13 points, the Cougars 12. The Sugar Kings, who tied Cougars 44 in Lethbridge Tues- day night, follow with 11 points. Mickey Girard scored Red Deer's goal in the first period with Jack Pozzo notching the equalizer for the Cougars in the second period. cellar with only one point while the Movers moved up a notch to fifth place with three points. Gord Parsons in the Ponoka nets stopped 57 shots while EC Guertin turned aside 31 for Ed- monton. Mel Gushattey, Brian Mann. Jim Pratt, Bob Bidney, Bob Cutler, Jim Miller and Gord WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM WON., OCT. 26--8.30 p.m. ABDUUAH tho BUTCHER vs MIGHTY URSUS SWEET DADDY SIKI vs DANNY BABIC MIXED MIDGET TAG MATCH Plui 4 more tremendous bouts. Adimission S2, Box Office Open! 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TV Gamble scored for the Movers as they held period leads of 1-0 and 3-0. Doug Silvernagle and Marcel Comeau replied for the Stam- peders. Ponoka was assessed eight d 15 minor penalties. The Sugar Kings head for Central Alberta this weekend. They meet Ponoka Stampeders Saturday night and then tackle the Rustlers Sunday afternoon. On home ice last weekend, the Kings played to a tie with the Rustlers and trimmed the Stampeders. Their next home action will be in another week when they host Ponoka in a Saturday- Sunday twin bill at the Arena. In eight league starts, Kings have won four games tied three and lost only once with then- defeat a one-goal setback at the hands of Calgary. Hamilton Gains Soccer Victory In Junior High School Soccer action yesterday Hamilton pick- ed up a 3-1 victory over Pater- ion. For Hamilton Ted Paterson, Jim Schenk and Dwayne Lar- son booted in singletons white Brian Muoney rammed in the lone Paterson marker. Bruins Forced To Settle For Tie With Hawks Stasiuk's Flyers Take Over Western Lead By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Not since the early days of expansion have Philadelphia Flyers enjoyed the success they've encountered in the Na- tional Hockey League's current campaign under coach Vic Stasiuk, the Lethbridge native son. The Flyers spotted Buffalo S'abres two early goals Thurs- day night then rebounded tor a 4-2 victory, their fourth against one loss and a tie in six games. Their nine points is tops in the NHL's West Division, one point up on Chicago Black Hawks and St. Louis Blues, a lofty position they haven't attained since join- ing the league in 1967. In the only other scheduled game, Boston Bruins saw their early 2-0 lead dwindle and needed veteran Johnny Bucyk's Short Sport MEETS WINNER BUENOS AIRES (AP) Oscar Bonavena, heavyweigl contender from Argentina, sai Thursday he has signed to mec the winner of the Muhamma Ali-Jerry Quarry fight. Bonavena, ranked as the Ni contender by the World Box ing Association, said his fig] would be held in December. H didn't say where. MORE TROUBLE WENDOVEE, Utah (AP) More mechanical troubles, pli a light rain and a 20 mile pe lour wind, snuffed out any a empts by the Blue Flam Thursday to set a land spee The car, recently sup >lied with enough fuel for eigh more runs on the Bonnevill Salt Flats, underwent mor vork on a pressure valve in the ueling system. VINS CROWN TOKYO (AP) Masao Oba if 'Japan knocked out defende ierkrerk Chartvanchai of Thai and in of the 13th rounc Thursday night to win tbs Worli Boxing Association's flyweigh championship. The 21-year-old J a p a n e s lugger dropped the Thailande hree times in the 13th finishin lim off with a volley of punche o the head. IARDINAL AGAIN ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Loui Cardinals have acquired, for he third time, utility infieldei )ick (Ducky) Schofield in i rade with the Boston Red Sox Cardinal general manage! ?ing Devine said Schofield, who roke in with the Cardinals in 953 as a bonus baby as acquired in exchange for minor league outfielder first aseman Jim Campbell. OLE POSITION ROCK1NGHAM, N.C. (AP) Charlie Glotzbach, the last con ender to hit the track during i.e day, qualified his wingec )odge in the pole position Tiursday for Sunday's American 500 stock car race. RABHAM TO QUIT LONDON (AP) Jack Brab- am, three-time world auto rae g champion from Australia, ill quit driving after compet- g in the Mexican Grand Prix Sunday, it was learned lursday night. Brabham, 44, is the oldest top- MID OCTOBER MOBILE HOME 1970 PARAMOUNT 12'x60' 3 bedroom, fully furnished. Reg. SPECIAL 7995 (NO TRADES PLEASE) 1970 PARKWOOD 12'xSO' Deluxe Unit 2 bedrooms, fully furnished. Reg. SPECIAL s 7795 (NO TRADES PLEASE) PRICED TO CLEAR 1970 PARAMOUNT Si 10'x44'. 2 bedroomi, fully furnished. Reg. SPECIAL 5500 (NO TRADES PLEASE) MID WEST MOBILE HOMES "Southern Alberta's leading Mobile Home Dealer'' Easf on Highway 3 (Taber Highway) 327-1986 liner in motor racing with 14 championship Grand Prix victo- ries. KNUDSON TRAILS MELBOURNE (AP) Aus- tralian professional Frank Phil- lips led by one stroke'Thursday at the end of the first round of the Australian open golf cham- pionships. George Knudson of Toronto was one of five players who fin- ished the first round at 74. SPORTS OUT MONTREAL (CP) A spokesman for McGill Univer- sity's athletic department said Thursday that "as of now, .we'll have no intercollegiate sports program next year." He said that when the univer- sity's board of governors Wednesday approved a cut of about million from the 1971-72 operating budget, it effectively cut the university's intercollegiate athletic program off as of Sept. Top Honor Is Bestowed On Edwards NEW YORK (CP) Dr. Phil Edwards of Monrteal, who won five medals for Canada Olympic Games track competi tion, was one of four men named today for induction into the new sports hall of fame af New York University. A 1930 graduate of NYU, Dr Edwards is a consultant for the Canadian government in tropi- cal and chest diseases. The other three men picked in .he first round of selections for :he NYU sports hall are Howard (Jake) Cann, head basketball coach at NYU for 35 years, Dolph Schayes, who played a record-setting games in :he National Basketball Associa- ion and now is coach of the NBA Buffalo Braves, and Ken trong all-America football (layer in the National Football for 14 years. Edwards has indicated by let- er that he will attend the Nov. awards dinner here at which he sports quartet will be in- ducted. The selections were an- il o u n c e d by Stanley Saplin, hairman of a permanent selec- tion committee of sports jour- ralists. Edwards Is credited by NYU s the man most responsible for mergence of the university as track power in the late 1920s. third-period goal to salvage 3-3 tie with Chicago to rcmaii the league's only undefeatec team. The Bruins, defending cham pions, regained first place in the East with the tie, snapping a three-way deadlock with Monl real Canadiens and New Yor Rangers, both idle Thursday night. Gil Perreault, Sabre's No. choice in the amateur draft las June, scored his second goal o the season and assisted on an other by Cliff Schmautz to sew Buffalo into an early lead. But the Flyers replied wit] one of their own before the firs period ended and settled the issue with three goals in the final period while throwing up an airtight defence in front o goalie Bernie Parent, who made only 18 saves. The Bruins' tie ended their 14-game winning streak that in eluded 10 playoff games las spring, which culminated with itieir first Stanley Cup since 1929, and their first four games of the current season. Chicago goalie Tony Esposito last year's Vezina Trophy win ner as the goaltender allowing the fewest goals, was brillian against the high-scoring Bean towners who had averaged six goals-a-game during their four jame winning string this sea son. Esposito made 33 saves in the game while his Boston counter- part, Gerry Cheevers, handlec 26. Early goals by Wayne Cash man and Wayne Carleton senl the Bruins winging away early but Chico MaW, Pit Martin ant Gerry Finder sent the Black Hawks into a second-period lead that set the stage for Bucyk's fourth goal of the season. Tonight the Sabres are at home to Detroit Red Wings while St. Louis visits yancouver Canucks and California Golden Seals entertain Pittsburgh Pen- guins. The Red Wings enter tonight's game with one and possibly two regulars missing. Defenceman Ron Harris is a definite absentee, nursing torn rib muscles suffered in Detroit's season-opener against Califor- nia. Left winger Frank Mahov- lich, out with a knee injury since the Red Wings' second game, has been skating with the team for several, days and could see action tonight. BUFFALO 1 PHILADELPHIA 1 First Period 1. Buffalo, Schmautz; T (Meehan, Perreauil) 2. Buf- falo, Pen-suit 2 (Hamilton, Meehan) 3. Philadelphia, Nolet 1 (Lacroix) Penalties Myers Buf Ashbee, Pha Helskala Pha McMahon Buf Lesuk Pha Van Impe Pha Peters Pha Borne Buf Second Period No scoring. Penal- ties Ashbeen Pha McDonald Buff minor and misconduct Third Period 4. Philadelphia, (Clarke 3 Hlllman) 5. Philadel- phia, Gendron 1 (Dornhoefer, van mpe) 6. Philadelphia, Peters 1 (Morrison, Parent) Penalties Watson, Buf Anderson, Buf Shots on goal by: Buffalo .............5 7 'hiladelphla ......5 10 BOSTON 3 CHICAGO 1 First Period 1. Boston, Carleton 3 (Sanderson, Weslfall) 2. Boston, Cashman 4 P. (Esposito, Hodge) 3. Chicago, Martin 2 (R. Hull Nester- enko) Penalties Chi (bench) D. Smith Bos Koroll Chi major R. Smilh Bos major R. Hull Chi Westfall Bos Sanderson Bos Koroll Chi Cashman Bos Second Period 4. Chicago, Makl 2 R. Hull, Campbell) PInder Chi PInder Chi Orr "os Third Period 5. Chicago. PInder (Martini 6. Boston, Bucyk 4 McKenzie, StanfleW) Penalty Maloney, Chi shots on goal by Wcago i 14 Boston .............13 11 ANDY CAPP HEH! HEH RELAX, PET -1 WAS YER. PUU.IN POWN THE 'ROSEAN'CfiOWN Centennials Tame Tigers CALGARY (CP) Calgary Centennials scored two goals while playing a man short and went on to thump the Medi- cine Hat TKgers 6-0 in a West- ern Canada Hockey League ;ame Thursday night. Irvie Miller scored with ;eam-mate Bob Nystrom in the penalty box at the mark )f the second period and Allan rlycroft made the count 2-0 when he intercepted a pass at he Medicine Hat blue line and talked in on goalie Steve Mc- Tarland with Nystrom and Cal- gary defenceman Len Frig sit- ting out penalties. Centennials made it to 3-0 be- fore the second period ended and added three more unan- swered goals in the third pe- riod. Goaltender Ed Dyck record- ed the shutout with 30 saves, while McFarland stopped 40. Captain Brian Walker paced Centennials with two goals while rookies John Sinkpiel and Bob Nystrom added the other goals. There were IB minor penal- ties, eight to Medicine Hat. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES HOCKEY STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Soston New York Montreal Detroit 'ancouver luffalo oronto MladelpMa hlcago t. Louis os Angeles Minnesota Ittsburgh alifornla LBERTA J NIOR ed Deer aigary ethbridge Leafs 7.. dm. 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