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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI IFTHBRlDCe HERALD Thunday, Octobtr 29, 1970 Canadiens' Performance Upset Coach Ruel FOOTBALL LEADERS Greg Royer, left, and Doug Howes, will be at the controls of their respective teams in the Southern High School Football league championship game set for Henderson Park at 8 p.m. Friday. Royer quarferbacked Catholic Central Cougars to firsf place in ths league while Howes guided the LCI Rams to second place. Scotiy Munro Misses Game Cents, Tigers Deadlock Cal g a r y Centennials and Medicine Hat Tigers battled to 2-2 tie in an exhibition West- ern Canada Hockey League game Wednesday night in Ta- ber before 700 fans. The score was tied 1-1 after the first and second periods and each team added a goal in the third. John Sinkpiel and Al Rycroft scored for Calgary while Jeff Ablett and Don Brennan re- plied for Medicine Hat. Calgary took four of the sev- en penalties and outshot the Ti- gers 35-25. Centennials were without their coach, Scotty Munro, for Wednesday's encounter. Munro remained in Calgary to meet with league president Ron Butlin. Meanwhile, in the meeting, Butlin suspended two coaches and fined 30 players a total of following a penalty-filled JOINS MID WEST MOBILE HOMES SALES STAFF KARL WILDE Mr. Fred Keiver, manager of Mid West Mobile Homes is pleased to announce that Mr. Karl Wilde has joined Mid West Mobile Homo sales staff. Karl is well known In, south- ern Alberta having owned hli own implement and automobile business in 'Raymond and Card- ston. Karl, who now residci in Lethbridge, welcomes his many friends and forrnnr acquaintances to visit him and let him Intro- duce) you la the fascinating world of mobile homo living. game between the Centennials and Brandon "Wheat Kings Monday in Calgary. ButUn made the ruling Wed- nesday and said the game will Pard, Frank Pace Hoop Victories Ron's and the Redskins came up with victories Wednesday evening in City Men's Basket- ball League action. In the first game the Red- skins used, a strong finish to top Great West lire 83-73 while the second game saw Ron's trim Tom's Pizza 69-58. Alan Pard paced the Red- skins with 24 points. Murray Yellowhorn chipped in with 17 while Jim Morgan added 13. Wayne Nesbitt hooped 24 for the Tiremen with Lance Brown notching 23. Harley Frank led Ron's 21 points. Rick Neilson and Ron Low managed 14 apiece. Wayne Merrill picked up 20 points in a losing cause. The victory left Ron's in a first place tie with Doug's. Both clubs are unbeaten in three out- ings. Capri, Campus and Tom's all have one win and one loss for second place. Redskins are 1-2 while Cardston and Great West Tire are winless. stand as a 7-1 Centennial win The contest erupted into fights twice, in (he third period with players from both benches joining the fracas. Thirty-four players received game miscon ducts and 115 penalties were called by referee Joe Cassidy who stopped the game at of the third1 period. Calgary was leading 7-1 at the time. Munroe, coach of the Centen nials, was suspended for t'.i next four league games two at home and two while Gerry Brisson, Brandon' coach, was handed a two-game suspension which includes Sal urday's game at Regina an< Sunday's home game agains Estovan. Munro received the mor severe penalty because of pre- vious incidents this year in- volving the Calgary team, Bui lin said in a news release. Bob Nystrom of Calgary an< Dale Cook of Brandon were fined each for leaving the penalty box and joining fights Butlic also levied fines of each to 14 Calgary and Bran don players who took part in the fights. The president said that "from here on in" any coach sendin his team on the ice to ente into fights already taking plac "will receive an automati eight-game suspension." "I propose to clean up thi situation and from here o there will be a tough area o discipline on coaches and man agers, who I feel bring abou 1 these problems and must bea I Uic primary alitornia Seals Still Seeking First Win By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff VVriier "You saw it, I don't have to ell you guys what to was the terse reply coadi Ruel of Montreal Cana- iens gave to a writer who asked if he thought his goalteod- ing looked weak. Ruel's expression of frustra- ted, after his team's 6-2 drab- ling in Toronto was attributed o four third-period goals by the Maple Leafs. The Canadiens, after playing on even terms with the Leafs in the first period despite a 2-1 To- ronto lead, took the play away n the second period but were hwarled continually by Jacques Plante in the Toronto goal. Then, as the third period started, Montreal's momentum ended abruptly and Toronto cashed in on their advantage to humiliate the Canadiens in front of more than frenzied ians. "You can't take the stupid penalties we did out there then allow 'guys like (Dave) Keen and (Mike) Walton to skate all night.' Something's got to hap- pen." And it did'. Canadiens' Mickie Redmond was tagged with an uneccesary penalty early in the third period, crashing into. Keon on the end boards to the right of the Montreal goal while play was moving into Toronto terri- tory. ELLIS SCORES FIRST While he was off, Ron Ellis1 first goal of the season gave Toronto a 3-2 lead. Guy Trottier made it 4-2 19 seconds later. Jeon and Norm Ullman scored 15 seconds apart later in the pe- riod on goalie Rogatiea Vachon .0 complete the rout. The home team took -advan- :age of familiar ice in all five "ML games Wednesday. In ad- dition to the Toronto victory, Minnesota North Stars edged Chicago Black Hawks 2-1, New York Rangers downed Detroit Red Wings 4-1, St. Louis Blues trimmed California's winless Golden Seals 3-2 and Pittsburgh Penguins poured in four first-pe- riod goals, in a 5-3 win over Los Angeles Kings. Rookies sparkled in the Min- nesota win. Buster Harvey, the North Stars' No. 1 pick in the amateur draft last June from Hamilton Red Wings of the On- tario Hockey Association Junior A series, notched his first NHL goal, the winner. Jude Drouta tallied life earlier Minnesota goal while Gilles Gil- bert continued his super train- ing-camp effort in goal stopping the Black Hawks' big shooters. HADFIELD HAPPY _ After the game in New York Bangers Vic Hadfield was wait- ing at the dressing room door for the game's statistics to ar rive. He wasn't so much inter ested in the two goals he scor.ei but in the shots-on-goal column and the big zero beside his as signment for the night, Her Wing's Gordie Howe. "See, you guys laugh about me checking No. Hadfield shouted to his team-mates. "See that, no shots." "Vic's a good checker, laughed centre Walt Tkaczufc, who also contributed a goal, 'Just ask him, he'll tell you." Hadfield opened the season on the Rangers' checking line with Syl Apps and Bob Nevin but has since been, shifted back to his old wing position on New York's highest-scoring line with centre Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert. But with the Wings in town and Howe back on the forward ine after a stint on defence, Ranger coach Emile Francis gave Hadfield the job watching he all-star right winger. 'I like the Had- ield admitted after the game. 'you have to pay strict atten- ion to him (Howe) all the line." Stan Fischler's Fought To Stalemate In two games played in the City Junior High School Socce League yesterday, Paterson and Wilson fought to a 1-1 draw while Catholic Central High shut out Hamilton 1-0. Cliff Miyashiro managed th lone Wilson marker while Roi Gretzinger replied for Pater son. OUTER WEAR THAT'S LIGHT and WARM! ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL The Blues responded to home ians with three quick goals by Barclay Pl.sger, Chris- tian Bordeleau and George Mor- rison between of the sec- ond period and of the third period. But the outburst failed to deter the Seals whose snipers replied with two goals of their own. It wasn't enough, however, to prevent California from drop- ping its seventh game with only two ties breaking up an other- wise winlegs season. Ken Schinkel's two goals trig- gered Pittsburgh's four-goal on- slaught in the first period and the Penguins were easy victon in coasting past Los Angeles. Andy Bathgate, who reached a contract agreement only re- cently with Pittsburgh and scored his first 'goal of the sea- son in the Penguin win, will play in his NHL Saturday. COATS IN SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED STYLING (SOME ARE BELTED) FORTREL and COTTON ZIPOUTS MELTONS TWEEDS SIMULATED FURS SEE THEM AT Inside Hockey "FORECASTING the National Hockey League finish in April 1971 is like going to Las Vegas and spending a grand total of 50 cents on the slot machines. If you come out a winner, big deal! And if you blow it well, nobody remembers anyhow. Nevertheless, predictions are as essential in the fall as training camps and optimism. The only difference between the following forecast and the hundred others being dispensed is in the simplicity and accuracy. (He said, The New York Rangers and Chicago Black Hawks will finish first in their respective divisions and will ultimately meet for the Stanley Cup. New York will then win .its first Stanley Cup in 31 years. Here's the why and how of it: EAST DIVISION: superstardom of Brad Park and Walt Tkaczuk will complement1 the overall balance on defence and up front. Goaltending tandem of Ed Giacomin and Gilles Villemure will be the best around. Rookie left whig Jack Egers will be an instant ace. Experienced coaching of Emile Francis will be decisive along with hyper-motivation of a team that hasn't reached the' finals since 1950. the best team in hockey, the Bruins will suffer from overconfidence. Rookie coach Tom Johnson will encounter numerous personality problems, nurtured in part by King Bobby Orr. Johnson's tactical blunders also will hurt, but not enough to drop Boston lower than second. Red long as Gordie Howe can lace on his skates Detroit will remain a threat. Maturation of Garry Unger and Pete Stemkowsld will be key plusses. Rookie coach Ned Hark- ness will be considerably better than Tom Johnson, but still green. Maple Jacques Plante spelling Bruce Gam- ble and John McLellan having a full season under his belt, Toronto will sneak into fourth place. The big more ways than be center Jim Harrison, injured last sea- son. Look for a revival of Norm 'Ullman and Paul Henderson and some arresting defensive play by Rick Ley. Canadiens With Claude Ruel coaching, Montreal will prove that last spring's fifth-place finish was no fluke. Cap- tain Jean Beliveati, has lost the thirst for battle and work- horse John Ferguson has retired. That plus the absence of the old elan will reduce the- Canadiens to impotency. Imlach always succeeds In a new venture before his players learn to loathe him. The Sabres have ex- perienced1 goaltending with Roger Crozicr and Joe Daley and a passable nucleus up front. The defence may Just force Cro- zier into another quick retirement. Canucks have inferior goaltending and wed: forwards but a better defence than Buffalo, if that's any consolation. In fact, it isn't. Coaching of Hal Laycoe will be of Western League calibre. Ergo: The Cellar. WEST DIVISION: Black Hawks-Chicago will finish first in the west for the same reasons it was on top in the east last spring. Goaltend- ing, defence and attack are infinitely better than anything else in this glorified minor league. Look for an especially big year from Stan Mikita. of Ted Han-is, Bob Rousseau and the return of Gump Worsley will give the North Stars a touch of Canadiens' championship spirit. Barry Gibbs should come of age on defence and coaching of Jack Gordon will help. St. coach Ai Arbour will hurt, as will the generally overfed attitude of the Blues. Arrival of Chicago in the west will confirm the phony quality of St. Louis' previous championships. Glenn Hall should falter this year, in goal. to Michel Briere will limit the Pen- guins to fourth despite excellent coaching by Red Kelly and solid goaltending of Al Smith and Les Binkley. Last spring's rousing finish has instilled good confidence in Pittsburgh. goaltending of Beraie Parent has a feiack of cracking in the clutch. But the Flyers are better than the Seals and Kings. Oakland-Charley Finley's noise, colors and Fred Glover's coaching won't help what is basically a mediocre team. Los Kent Cooke should stick to basketball. Summaries NEW YORK 4 DETROIT 1 First Period 1. New York, Had- field 4 (Apps, Nevini Rolfe 16M1. Second Period 1. Detroit Mc- Gregor 2 Penalties Gilbert Detroit bench penalty Third Period 3. New YorK, Fair- bairn 2 (Selling, 6alon) 4. NEW York, Hadfield 5 (Gilbert) New York, TKaauk (Falrbairn) Pen- alties None. Shots on goal by Detroit 10 New York 13 10 Attendanca PITTSBURGH 5 LOS ANGELES 3 First period 1. Pittsburgh Schin- kel 2 (Polls, Hextall) 2. Pitts- burgh, Bathgate 2 (Pronovost) 3. Los Angeles, Duff 1 (Joyal, Price 4. Pltisburgh, Schlrike] 3 (Shock Rupp) 5. Pittsburgh, Polis 1 (Schlnkel, Shock) 15MJ. Penalties McCallum Watson Second Period No scoring. Penal- ties Hoganson Harbaruck Watson Third Period d. Los Angeles, Flclt 1 (Pulford) 7. Pittsburgh Harbaruk 1 ft. I'.ns Angolcs, Lnbossiern 5 (Mickey) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Los Angahi 13 1.1 PltUliurgh 19 10 10-39 Attendance TORONTO MONTREAL I First Period 1. Toronto, Harrison 3 (Walton, Glennle) 2. Montreal, Cournoyer 10 3. Toronto, Mac- AAillan a (Selby, Monnhan) HM8. Pen- allies Charon polyk Selby Lapenierc Second Period -I. Montreal, Chan ron 1 (Bclivcnu, Trfimhloy) Ponallier. Harper, Dor- Third Period 5. Toronto, Ellis 1 (Henderson, Selwood) 6, Toron- to, Trottier 2 (Walton) 7. Toron- to Keon 3 (EIHs) 8. Toronto, Ullman 4 (Henderson, Ellis) Penalties Redmond Lopcrrlerc Collins Mahovlich Ley Selby Shols on goal by Montreal 10 IS 10-35 Toronto 12 7 Attendance ST. LOUIS 3 CALIFORNIA 7 First Period No scoring. Penal- Sobourin Muloln D. Roberts St. Marseille Second Period 1. St. Louis, B. Plager 1 (Sabourln, St. Marseille) 2. St. Louis, Bordftleau 3 (B. Plager, St. Marseille) Penalties Third Period 3. St. Louis, Morri- son 2 (Ecclestone, Bordeleau) 4. California, Crouteau 2 (D. Roberts, Hampson) 5. California Jarrett 1 (Hampson, HIcVc) None. Shots nn goal hy California T D St. Louis U 18--JS Attendance MINNESOTA I CHICAGO 1 First Period No scoring. Penal- tics Barrett Harris Whits Mlklfa Second Period 1. Minnesota, Dro- uin 3 (Rousseau, Parlsft) 2. Chi- cago, Campbell fMakl, B. Hull) Penalties Pinder Barritt Third Period 3. Minnesota, vey 1 (O'Shea) tin GlbbJ Campbtll, Shots en gonl by Chicago 13 t Minnesota 7 U 12-H Altendancft PERFORMS FRIDAY Curtis Williams will in uniform for the Harlem Stars when they meet the bridge All-Stars Friday at the Civic Centre at eight o'clock. Kinsmen Dinner Set For Feb. 6 The Lethbridge Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner, one of the finest in Canada, has been set for Saturday, Feb. 6, Iff71. Paul Rusznak will be this year's dinner chairman suc- ceeding Bob Parkyn. Rusznak and his committee have been hard at work the past few weeks In an effort to make this year's dinner, the 18th in a long line of successes, another outstanding one. The dinner group has been in con- tact with a good number of top sports personalities and an- nouncements with regank to guests will be made in the not to distant future. It was also announced that some changes will be made in the format and style of the'din- ner for this year. The Kinsmen Club will don- ate the proceeds of the 1970 event, held last February, to community projects. A further announcement regarding change of the din- ner will be announced later. Tickets for the dinner have again been set at ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T A Pts 6 1 1 34 It 13 5 0 t 32 18 11 5 3 1 24 20 11 3 5 2 27 33 8 2 New York Boston Montreal Vancouver Detroit...... 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