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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD J.turdoy, Otlolrtr 24, 1970 Buffalo Bounces Wings, Vancouver Ties Blues Sabres And Canucks Share Fourth Place By IAN' Canadian Press Slaff Writer Punch Imlach's a firm be- liever in positive thinking. He practises it. Before the season started, the loquacious leader of Buffalo Sabres was already celebrating a playoff spot for his expansion- ist misfits in the National Hockey League's established East Division. He rebuked those who were snide enough to remark that Imlach was probably talking through one of his celebrated fedoras. The 11-year veteran of MIL coaching ranks with Toronto Maple Leafs, winner of four Stanley Cups, shot back with statistics, rolling out names of nearly 200 prospects, most of whom had been scouted by at least two Sabre scouls. "We'll be there to be remarked Imlach to any who would listen. Seven games don't make a season, but the Sabres now share fourth place in the divi- sion with another newcomer to the NHL this year, Vancouver Canucks. The Sabres and Canucks reached their lofty positions Fri- day night, Buffalo tripping De- troit Red Wings 4-3 while the Canucks battled St. Louis Blues, last year's West Division champs, to a 1-1 lie. In the only other game, Pitts- burgh Penguins emerged from the winless ranks with a 3-1 vic- tory over California, leaving the Golden Seals the only team without a win. NHL Has He Retained Condition, Speed? Ali Still Oozes Confidence ATLANTA (AP) There is the question of whether Muham- mad Ali has retained the speed and condition he had when he ruled the boxing world. But, there is no doubt he still has his confidence and voice. "People in Moscow want to know about me and hear what I got to said the deposed heavyweight champion of the world two days before his scheduled 15-round bout with Jerry Quarry. The fight at the At- lanta Municipal Auditorium will be All's first since stripped of his title after being convicted in 1967 of refusing induction into the U.S. Army. And, although Ali returns to Hie ring wars Monday night and is favored (o beat tough Jerry Quarry in their Atlanta battle. Leafs Upset By Craiibrook CRANBROOK (CP) Cran- bropk Royals scored three first- period goals without reply Fri- day night as they upset the front running Nelson Maple Leafs 4-1 in a Western Interna- tional Hockey League game. Don Manson, Leo Ressler and Felix Lavalee scored in suc- cession for the Royals. Peter Vipond of Nelson and Nels Venerus of Cranbrook scored in the second period. Big Battles Loom In National Loop KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer After spending a Black Sun day with the Purple Gang, Dal las Cowboys will be seeing red Dallas, embarrassed 5-1-13 las week by Minnesota Vikings am their ground-rattling front four takes on an equally bullish rush ing machine this Sunday in the red-shirted Kansas City Chiefs. The Cowboys shoot Craig Mor to at the hard charging Chiefs. Roger Staubach, the other half of the Cowboy quart- erback system, is on the shel with a bad elbow. Calvin Hill and new-found prize Duane Thomas are the Cowboys' chief running threats. Len Dawson, Kansas City's 1970 Super Bowl stalwart, is healthy again after an early season in- jury- Detroit Lions hope to find Chi- cago their kind of town, .visiting the Bears in another National Football League bone-buster Sunday. The NFL's top rusher, Mac- Arthur Lane, leads St. Louis WESTINGHOUSE SUBURBAN 22" Immediate sound; Picture in 6 seconds. Equipped to receive VHP and UHF Channels. LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY PER MONTH NO PAYMENTS TILL JANUARY STORES FIRESTONE T1CE A _. COMPANY OF CANADA U Cor. 3rd Avc. and 8th St. S, Phono 327-8548 Cardinals against New York Giants and scrambling Fran Tarkenton. Elsewhere Sunday, Denver Broncos visit San Francisco 49ers; Cleveland Browns are at Miama Dolphins; Baltimore Colts are host to Boston Pa- triots; Pittsburgh Steelers play at Oakland Raiders; Cincinnati Bengals face Washington Red- skins; Houston Oilers travel to San Diego Chargers; New Orle- ans Saints play Atlanta Fal- cons; Philadelphia Eagles play Grsen Bay Packers at Milwau- kee, and Buffalo Bills play at New York Jets. Los Angeles Rams play Min- nesota Vikings in a Monday night contest. Denver, off to its best start since 1962 a 4-1 record, has strong-armed Pete Liske run- ning the team and a sudden death front four ready for '49ers' quarterback John Bro- die, who hit the mark in career aerial yards last week. Bob Griese and Paul War- field will lead the Dolphins, who have surfaced as a football power after years in the depths. The Colts' pass-swiping de- fence figures to give some trou- ble to Boston's Joe Kapp. Tom Matte is back in uniform and will lend some authority to the Colts' rushing attack. Bomb-throwing D a r y 1 e La- monica leads Oakland against Pittsburgh's rookie quarterback Terry Bradshaw. Sonny Jurgensen and his revi- talized passing game is Wash- ington's big offensive weapon. Jerry Rhome moves into the Houston starting slot with No. 1 quarterback Charley Johnson sidelined with a fractured col- larbone. Billy Kilmer, who came off the bench last week to help New Orleans tie San Francisco will probably start against Atlanta. Philadelphia is looking for its first victory against Bart Starr and the Packers. The Joe Namath-less New York Jets tackle Buffalo their fine rookie quarterback, Dennis Shaw. Al Woodall starts in place of the injured Namath. Los Angeles and Minnesota, iwo defensive giants, have iden- tical 4-1 records. the sport's governing bodies recognize Joe Frazier as cham- pion, there are some observers who feel Monday's fight is the first real title fight in more than three years. One of those is Quarry, who lost to Frazier by a seven-rouix knockout. "He's (Ali) never los the title in the saw Quarry. "I'm the retired champ; Joe Frazier's the active, recognizec said Ali, who hasn' fought since he knocked ou Zora Folley in seven rounds March 22, 1967. The trouble with the the conviction is still being ap- dimmed Ali's popu larily, and the man who was an Olympic champion under the name of Cassius Clay is we] aware of this. "Sure, some people gonna look to see me get lit said. But the long layoff for Ali, the fact that Quarry is three years younger and is tough, has no kept Ali from being rated a heavy favorite. Early La Vegas odds had Ah' on top at 3V4 to 1 but there did not seem lo be much gambling interest. Ah' is expected to go into the fight at p.m. MST, weigh ing between 205 and 210 pounds Quarry probably will weigl about 196. They might want lo hear about Ali in Moscow, but there has been some reluctance lo pay lo see him in (lie Mu nicipal Auditorium.. The tickets are scaled from to ant there still are some to be sold. But the live gate revenue is just a drop in the bucket com- pared lo what the promoters ex. pect to gain from the closed cir- cuit television of the fight. There are closed cir- cuit television seats available in the United States, and the fight also will be seen on closed cir- cuit in Canada, Europe, Asia and South America. Clay is guaranteed against 4254 per cent of the an- cillary rights. Quarry's guaran- ;ee is against 22V4 per cent. Robertson Dies 111 Car Accident HOUGHTON, S.D. (AP) Sherry Robertson, Minnesota farm director, was killed Friday in a single-car accident near Houghlon while en route 'rom Aberdeen, S.D., to Ashby, Minn., on a hunting tip. Robertson, 51, had been farm director for the American baseball team since 1956, and had been a Twins' vice-president since 1966. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM WON., OCT. 26-8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH fhe BUTCHER vs MIGHTY URSUS SWEET DADDY SIKI vs DANNY BABIC MIXED MIDGET TAG MATCH Plus 4 more tremendous bouts. Admission S2, 31.50. Box Office Open. 7 p.m. Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJIH-TV The Sabres' victory, their sec- ond of the season (they also have a tie) and first ever against and East Division club, was ignited by Ron Anderson's 50-footer while his team was shorthandcd. The clearing-type shot eluded rookie Jim Rutherford in the Detroit goal at of the third period and followed, by min- utes Buffalo's tying goal by Cliff Schmautz. The teams traded first-period goals before Detroit moved into a 3-1 lead in the second period. Detroit's veteran captain, Alex Delvecchio, scored his 398 regu- lar season goal before Buffalo fans. At Vancouver, playing in front, of the Canucks s'apped scoreless deadlock with Wayn MaM's fourth goal of the seaso at the mark of the secon period. The lead stood until early i the third when veteran Jim Roberts tallied for St. Loui after rapping it behind vetera goalie Charlie Hodge when h was left uncovered in front o the Vancouver net. Goalie Charlie Hodge of .Van corner and Ernie Wakely of S Louis were outstanding, particu larly in the latter stages of th game as the offences of hot teams unleashed their heav shooters. Each goaltender credited with 29 saves. .The tie was the second in row for St. Louis and left them in a first-place tie in the Wes Division with Philadelphi Flyers. Third-period goals by Ron Schock and Ken Schinke snapped a l-l tie at Oaklan and sent the Golden Seals ree ing to their sixth loss of a wi: less season broken only by a 2- tie with St. Louis earlier in th week. DETROIT J BUFFALO 4 First Period 1. Detroit, Shires tBergman, MacGregor) 2. Bu falo Krake 1 (Smith, Fleming] 11M Penalties StemkowsM Det Watson Buf stemkovBkl D Barrie Buf Second period 3. Detroit Ben nun 1 (Montclth) i. Octroi Delvecchio 3 Buffalo, Meehan 1 (Schmaulz, reaull) Penalties None. Third Period 4. Buffalo, Schmsu 2 (Fleming, Perreault) 7. Bu falo, Anderson 1 13MO. Penalties Rolfe Det Fleming Buf Shots on goal by: Ditroir ID l! 11. ALEX Detroit veteran scored his 399th goal Friday night but the Wings still lost to the up- start Buffalo Sabres 4-3. Buffalo 5 n_; Attendance VANCOUVER ST. LOUIS First Period No scoring. Penj ties Loren SL Kurtenbacn Barclay Plager SL Wllkln Period Vancouver Jkie 4 (Kurtenbach) Penallie Piager SL Tallon V Barclay Plager SL Har greaves V Third Period 2. St. Louis, Rob- erts 2 (Keenan Ecclestone) pen allies Paiement settle S Shots on goal by it. Louis......... Vancouver Attendance: V St. Mai 11 PITTSBURGH 3 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period No scoring. Penal lies J. Hardy Cal Watson Vadnais Cal Second Period 1. California, An drea 1 (Hardy, E. Hicka) Pittsburgh, Pronovost 1 (Rupp' Penalties Watson Pgh Watson Pgh major, A. Smith Pgh major served by Polls, Featherstom Cal major, Hextall Pgh major, E Cal Woytowich Pgh lextall Pgh, Morrison Pgh miscon duct G. Smith Cal served by Crouleau Mccallum Pgh Third Pittsburgh, Schock (McCallum) A. Pittsburgh ichjnkel Cal Sather Pgh Hextall Cal Boyer Pgh Shots on goal by Pittsburgh California a 16 Dick Vincent Sparks Win TRAIL (CP) Veteran pick Vincent connected three times Friday night to lead Kimberley Dynamiters to a 6 4 victory over Trail Smoke Eaters in a Western International Hcokey League game. Ken White, Dick Souter and Bill McLelland had the other Dynamiter goals as they lee 2 0 after the first and 3 -1 at the end of two periods. Two of Trail's goals came rom Ken Koshey with Ray Adduono and Harry Smith add- ng the others. Trail was assessed four of the minors. Setli Martin kicked out 32 shots in Uic Trail net and Ed Babiuk held out 27 for Kimberley. EXHIBITION HOCKEY Taber Palace Chefs vs. Pincher Creek Sulphur Kings Saturday, Oct. p.m. TABER CIVIC CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults SI Students 50tf Big Lead For Player MELBOURNE (Renter) South African Gary Player sprinted away from the field to take a commanding eight-stroke lead at the end of the third round of the Australian Open golf championship today. Australian Bruce Devlin fillet second place with a Iwo-under- par total of 214 after shooting 68 today. But Player's tws-under-par 70 for a total of 206 gave the oppo- sition little hope of stopping him in his bid to win the Australian Open for a record sixth time. American Dave Marr, the 1965 U.S. PGA champion, who was second to Player Friday lost ground as lie struggled It keep out of the bunkers. His four-over-par 76 included onlj one birdie, giving him a total o 216. George Knudson of Toronto shot a 74 for a total of 220 putting him in fifth place. Sweaters Returned REGINA (CP) Saskatch- ewan Houghriders will have a complete set of sweaters for their remaining road games after all. Five sweaters, stolen from the washing line of equipment manager Dale Laird, were left on his doorstep Thursday. The white sweaters, worn when the Western Football Con- ference leaders play away from lome, were neatly folded in irown paper bag. Laird had issued a plea for return of the stolen sweaters, saying it was too late in the season to have new ones made. Roughriders, who wear green sweaters at Taylor Field, still 'ace a regular season encoun- ter Nov. 1 in Vancouver and playoff games. Set Attendance Record This Year NEW YORK (AP) Major- league baseball set an attend- ance record in 1970 as :ans passed the turnstiles, com- m i s s i o n e r Borne Kuhn an- nounced Friday. The National League drew a record in providing ;he majors with a 5.7-per-cent increase over 1969. The Ameri- can League was just under its 1969 mark with com- pared with in 19G9. JOINS MID WEST MOBILE HOMES SALES STAFF Cougars Click In Final Game By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Catholic Central Cougars and LCI Rams cleaned up their league business before 800 fans Friday .night at Henderson Park, and next Friday they'll buckle down to the serious busi- ness of determining the 1970 champion of the Southern Al- berta High School Football League. Cougars, the defending cham- pions, scored an 11-3 victory in the final league game of the season with the two teams now directing all their attention to- wards the one-game showdown next Friday for the champion- ship. By virtue of last night's win, the Cougars finished in first place with, three wins and one loss for six points. The Rams wound up tied in points with Winston Churchill three each, but get the nod to face tha Cougars in the cham- pionship final because they tied and defeated the Bulldogs in two league meetings. In last night's encounter, John Kostiuk scored the only touchdown in the game along with a 25 yard field goal for the Cougars. John Dudas was the other point getter for the Cou- gars as he converted Kostiuk's major and booted one into the Hams end zone for a single point. Norbert Dombrowsky man- tged the only points for the Rams as he was good on a 30- yard field goal attempt. The Rams started off quick- ly but couldn't hang onto the momentum. After receiving the kick-off, the Rams' offensive unit carried the play until they were forced to try a field goal. After the successful field goal, by Dombrowsky the Rams used a strixig defensive alignment to halt the powerful Cougar of- fence. They carried the play into the second quarter, but only to ses their efforts go down the drain. The Cougars marched some 65 yards in seven plays to pick up the lone major score. Kos- tiuk capped the attack with an end swesp covering 20 yards for the six points. Dudas converted the touch- down and the Cougars held a 7-3, edge. Near the end of the first half Dudas attempted a field goal, but was off the mark and watched his ball drop far into the Rams' end zone. The Rams conceded the single point. The only other points scored in the game cams in the tail end of the third quarter when Kostiuk connected for a 30-yard field goal. There was no scor- ing in the final quarter and the Cougars carried home the league title for their second consecutive year. That paves the way for next Friday's title tilt. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES HOCKEY STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L ioston n lew York Montreal Buffalo Vancouver Detroit Toronto .25 1 4 West Division T F A Pis 1 28 15 9 0 14 7 8 0 16 10 6 1 10 19 5 1 19 30 5 0 19 24 4 0 16 21 2 1< 11 9 3 19 15 9 2 22 15 6 0 IB 12 6 0 12 9 6 2 9 12 4 1 10 23 1 Philadelphia St. Louis 3 Chicago 3 Los Angeles 3 Minnesota 3 Pittsburgh 1 California 0 ALBERTA JUNIOR vy Red Deer .....5 Calgary 5 Lethbridge .4 Edm. Leafs- 2 !dm.. Movers 1 'onoka......l _ _ WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division L T F A Pts 0 3 43 23 13 1 2 41 30 15 1 3 55 27 11 4 1 28 3? 5 25 54 3 19 34 2 Regins Winnipeg Estevan Fion Brandon W L T F A PtS 1 21 20 7 1 2B 3S 7 0 19 15 f, 0 19 23 6 0 30 37 2 Western Division 1 Ionian Calgary ".wltt Current iaskafoon 2 Medicjne Hat 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T Iprlngfletd 4 2 0 Montreal 2 22 19 1 27 14 0 15 26 0 17 25 230 1 Jalllmore Ileveland Jochester Hershey NHL LEADERS Western Division F A P 19 20 1 20 22 15 U 12 17 18 13 0 19 15 0 17 1J 1 H 19 "sposlto, Bos Maki, Vcr.......... 4 Bos......... 3 Martin, Chi......... 2 McKenzIe, Bos 2 Cournoyer, Mtl 6 Cashman, Bos...... 4 I. Hull, Chi......... 3 ierenson, St L....... 6 abourin, St L 4 Vcr 3 Hall, Vcr 3 Boudrias, Ccr 3 larxe, Pha 3 Bordeleau, St. L 2 eliveau, Mtl....... 1 G A Pis Pirn HOCKEY SCORES National Buffalo'4 Detroit 3 Vancouver 1 St. Louis 1 Pittsburgh 3 California 1 American Montreal .1 Hershey 1 Springfield 5 Cleveland 3 Western Salt Lake 7 Denver 7 Phoenix l San Diego i Central Amarillo 6 Tulsa 3 Fort Worth 3 Omaha 1 Eastern Long Island 4 Syracuse 1 Charlotte 2 Jacksonville l Greensborg 2 Nashville 2 Internationa! Flint 5 Dayton 2 Des Moines 4 Port Huron 1 Toledo 6 Fort Wayne 2 Ontario Senior Barrie 2 Oakville 1 Owen Sound 3 Woodstock 2 Gait 2 Kingston l Orjllia 3 Belleville 1 Western Inlernational Cranbrook d Nelson 1 Kimberley 6 Trail 4 Alberta Senior Edmonton 5 Drumheller 1 Ontario Junior St. Catharines 9 Kitchener 4 Montreal 4 Toronto 3 Peterborough 3 Niagara Falls 0 Oshawa 6 London 6 Northern Ontario Junior Chfilmsford 5 Soult Ste. Marie 4 Sudbury 12 Espanola 0 Thunder Bay Junior Marrs 12 Hurricanes 5 Manitoba Junior St. James 5 St. Boniface 2 West Kildonan 8 Selkirk 4 Western Canada lalgary 3 Saskatoon 1 Winnipeg 4 Regina 4 Medicine Hat 7 Brandon 4 Saskatchewan Junior Moose Jaw 7 Saskatoon 1 B.C. Junior New Westminster 5 Kelownn 4 Vancouver 7 Penticton 2 CANADIAN FOOTBALL Western Conference W L T F A Pli 1 Saskatchewan .12 2 0 302 183 24 Edmonton 0 257 243 16 Calgary ........7 7 0 253 203 14 British Columbia fl 6 0 232 12 1 Winnipeg ......2 12 0 167 304 4 Eastern Conference Montreal 750 216 223 14 Toronto 750 303 246 14 ntlton 7 5 0 247 254 14 2 I Ottawa 390 210 ?4B 6 ERIC BOULTER Mr. Fred manoger of id West Mobile Homes wishes lo announce Ihcil Mr. Eric Boulter hai joined llin sains staff of Mid Wast Mobile Homos. Eric is a married man and has recently moved Jo Lelhbridge from Edmonton where ho has had 5 years experience as c salesman. 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