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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, October 29, 1971 Golden Seals have won three straight Stasiuk beams over rookie's performance By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer It's possibly a little enrly to speculate, but if California Seals playoff contention. Gilles Mcloche, a n unknown 21-year-old from Montreal, Qff They now find themselves in to six, trimming unfamiliar fourth place in the Penguins 2-0. West Division, tied with Phila-l Saturday Detroit Red Wings delphia Flyers, each with eight visit Montreal Canadiens, Min- contmue throwing their amateur njgnt lo high-powered points. The Flyers tripped Van- 1 nesota is in Toronto against the finds at National Hockey j Boston Bruins 2-0 to stretch the I couver Canucks 3-2 in another I Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh enter- ANDY CAPP THAT'S THE LITTLE FLO WARNEb ME AGAINST IT MATTERS TO FLQMATE.1 IT'S ME DLJTV T' WALK THE LITTLE BEAUTY 'OMtTJ T1 FINIS OUT WHV FORGET IT ANCfY. IT DOESN'T MATTER Four teams open with League opponents, they could Seals' win string lo an unheard game while Minnesota North t tains New York Bangers, Van- find themselves suddenly in of three straight. Stars extended their win streak i couver is at home to Buffalo Pittsburgh' Sabres, Los Angeles Kings en- tertain Chicago Black Hawks and Philadelphia is at St. Louis against the Blues. WON KOIt CHICAGO Melodic had two previous NHL with Chicago last year when they called him up on an emer- gency basis from Flint of the amateur International league. The two earlier games in Cali- fornia's string were played by Lyle Carter, Uie International L e a g u e 's outstanding player last year. "The kid looked like he's been in the league 10 said Seals coach Vic Stasiuk. "He took the heart out of Boston." "We had our scoring chances, ample said Boston coach Tom Johnson of the stun- ning upset. "It's the first time I've seen the kid, but lie looked for real." The Bruins, who rattled in 399 goels during the 1970-71 cam- paign, continued to be dogged by rookie goaltenders. They ran up against a hot Ken Dryden in losing to Montreal in last year's Stanley Cup playoffs. Dryden, still a legitimate rookie, stopped them again early this season. Goals by Norm Ferguson and Dick Redmond supported Mel- oche's heroics for the Seals, who finished last in the expan- sion division hvo years running. STOPS 34 SHOTS Regina squad off to coast and used most of the year, Bryan Dimen, his relief. Defensive back Rob Pyne, who was named the most valu- able player in the league, also can be employed at quarter- back. During the regular season, Rams accumulated 285 scoring points for an average of 25.6 points a game. The defence gave up an average of just eight game. _M_ Doug's, Cardston. LDS and Doug's opened the season Inatso have all earned victories 1 with a 78-62 victory over Ki- in their opening games of the j mtiras with Dean Dahl leading REGINA (CP) Regina Rams, the hottest junior foot- ball team in Canada, head to Vancouver Saturday in defence of their western junior football championship. The Rams, Manitoba-Saskat- chewan Football League cham- pions, meet Vancouver Meralo- mas Sunday afternoon in Em- pire Stadium with the winner of that sudden-death game going to the Canadian final in Hamilton Nov. 13. The two clubs met in the I western semi-final last year and Rams won that one convindng- j ly, 49-21. Regina then wenl on 1 j. to defeat Edmonton Huskies j and Burlington Braves to cap- j ture the Canadian championship for the second time. They won' their first title in 1866. i Rams currently are ridin? a' Southern Alberta High 17-game winning streak that'be-1 Football League cham- gan last season, having finished P'onship title will be on the line their eight-game regular tlle dlvlslon uie this year undefeated and at Henderson tonight, becoming the only club lo com-1 western division cham- plete a regular "season in the i P'.on Catholic Central Cougars Cougars, meet 3971 Lethbridge City Men's Bas- ketball League season. Summaries CALIFORNIA 2 BOSTON 0 First Period 1. California, Fergu- son 5 (Williams, Carleton) Pen- R. Smith Shmyr Awrey Ferguson MeKenzie, Shmyr Second scoring, Penal- J: 03, Awrey Hodrje minor, misconduct Third California, Red- mond 2, McKechnle, Qrr minors, majors Cashman minor, misconduct Shots on goal by: California 5 7 Boston 15 7 MINNESOTA 2 PITTSBURGH 0 Firsf scoring. Penalties Kannegeisser major, Goldsworthy minor, major Apps Moris Second Minnesota, Golds- worthy 6 (Drouin) ris Third Mlnnesola, Parlse 3 (Nevln, Hampson) Woytowich Shots on goat byi Pittsburgh U 12 Minnesota...... i 11 PHILADELPHIA 3 VANCOUVER 3 First Philadelphia, AAIc- Key 1 (Nolet, Bernier) Penalties minor, major, LesuK major Schella Guevremonl ScheHa, Vernier Mickey Second Period-2. Philadelphia, No- let 3 (Lesuk, Ashbee) Penalties Ashbee Favell Wilson MacLelsh Third Vancouver, Guev- remont 3 (Lalonde, Paiement) 4. Vancouver, Kurtenbach 4 (Ward, Ma- ki) 5. Philadelphia, Nolet 4, Penalties Hall, Dornhocfer Tatlon Shots on goal by; Vancouver 9 13 Philadelphia 16 10 the way with 21 points while Don McClain aided with 18. Jim Campbell and Glen Alex- ander paced Kirmira's attack with 17 and 1G points respec- tively. Cardston ca me up with a Saskatchewan-Manitoba league wil1 meet head-on with the east- without a loss ern division champion McCoy Head coach Gord Carrie isn't j Colts regardless the weather conditions. The former goaltender Verdun Maple Leafs of for the Quebec Junior League aside 34 Boston shots, so frus- trating the Bruins that as the game ended Bruins' superstar defenceman, Bobby Orr, got into a fight and team-mate Wayne Cashman had to be re- ICY SCUFFLE Barry Wilkins (4) of the Vancouver Canucks carries Bill Lesuk (18) of the Philadelphia Flyers down to the ice in fight that marked opening minute of Thursday night's Flyers-Canucks National Hockey League game in Philadelphia. Both players drew penalties for fighting. Flyers won, 3-2. Minor hockey roundup taking the Meralomas despite last year's score. "We are judging them as a tough team and we are going to play them just that he said. "We're just going to have to strained from going after ret- Ron Moscr scored five times eree Wally Harris Thursday as the Bantam Reps j Although he has yet lo lose in j blasted the Midget Ti-Cats 11-0 1 the big leagues, Meloche doesn't Mnor Hockey League play. Since 1969 the Cougars have spolt credentials that make him i world beater. He had a 12-13-4 a 3.35 goals-against hard-fought 78-76 victon' over play a strong game if we ex- Capri in their league opener, j pect to make it to the Canadian Tim Tollestrup and Elaine final. Sure we beat them by a Bunnage hooped 19 points i lopsided score last year but apiece for Cardston while I past performances aie just Craig Shields netted 23 for Ca- that. We haven't had too many pn. scouting reports on them and to be The LDS had an easy time j that is another reason I as they whipped the LCC 102-57.! cautious." Merrill Roberts dunked 20 The Rams will field essential- points in a winning cause while ly the same team as they did been unable to capture the co- veted trophy, but this season their goal seems more promis- ing. The power house Cougars went undefeated this season and blanked the Colts 23-0 in their only encounter this year. On the other hand, the Colts will have their first crack at tbe championship title, being new to the league. Last reason the Colts cap-. tared tho Eastern Nine Foot- ESPOSITO IS VICTIM ball League championship title, but that league has folded Moser tallied a solo markei in the first perioc" and followed _____ _____ _ won-loss-tie mark at Flint last UP wiln .two each in the lasl Lynn Jacobson managed 13 for the losers. D. C. Evans racked up 28 points and gave Inatso a 72-68 win over the Friendship Centre. Mel White aided with point outing. Andrew Bull Calf was a 23 out- last year against the Meralo- mas with the exception of the offensive backfield. Fullback Gord Glass won the rushing title this year with 570 yards on 93 carries and is com- plimented in the backfield by backs Kim Ziola and John Broderick. a losing cause while Brian Yel- Ziola, a speedster, and Glass lowborn added 22. are the co-winners of the scor- Action will resume Monday j ing championship, each with when the LDS take on the! eight touchdowns. Friendship Centre at 8 p.m. At quarterback, Rams are while Cardston meets LCC at strong with Mike Hill, an ac- p.m. I complished passer who was year with average. He was still Black Hawk prop- erty until a week ago when they shipped him to California to clear up an earlier trade that was voided when the Black Hawk goalie, Gerry Desjardins, was ruled medically unfit to play hockey. two sessions. Ron Watmough and Mark Baldry chipped in with a pair apiece while sin- gles went to Grant Marchuk and Dave Jackson. In another Midget encouniei the Stampeders edged past the Comets 5-4 on a third perioc goal by Don Miller, his second of the game. standing sinking 30 big points in McCoy along Hat Mohawks with and Heights Vikings joined SAHSFL which made it a Medicine Crescent the six- team league divided into two divisions. Each club played three inter- locking games during their sev- en game schedule. The first new league cham- pions will be decided tonight when the two clubs hit the field at 8 p.m. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL BOISE CASCADE Gus Brown 326; .Ray Wi! Hugo Brees 239; Henry GfliT Hsrris ?J5; Rogei Lorraine Allen 202. Harr Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association EXHIBITION, HOCKEY BASSANO JUVENILES vs LETH. MIDGET "A" ELKS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 at 8 P.M. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION ADULTS 50c CHILDREN (Under 12) 25c From Camm's Men's Den NU MODE HOMES Gladys Jarvie 243; Mary Rath 782; Mary WishnevsW 261 May Svmc 587 Arlene McKay 2-16; Connie Scott 2J3; Joyce Seierson 2J9; Diane Parascak 2J6; Lynn Bide 295; Betty Oionne 253. SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Mel Seibert 251 Freda Linn 344 Marie Smilh 271; Helen Mihula 306; Pat Plomp 281 Frances Harris 275 Shirley Mc- iJ-ellan 246; May Mahe 26J Mae Popma 238; Marion Paskuski 111'. Ethel Evasen 2S3; Jean Passey 258 j HENRY HOMES I Vera NIchoHs 291 Eleanor Fen- ton 251 Dianne Wilson 149; Kathy Afluller 273; Betty Paterson 284 Jean Passey; 250 Ichn Ripley 244; Ben Salcedo 249; Bob Fen- 1 ton 264 Barry Tollestrup 337; Conrad Arnold 264 Norman Gyulai 271. JCCA Frances Hlga 276 Its Tanaka 241 Tom Hirashlma 291 Wimp Nakamura !69; Tak Katakami in Jiro Niyagawa 330 Jim Higa 331 Kaye Ayukawa 253; Sachie Urano 244; Faye Urano 2G8 Estrid Nagata 229; Helen Higa 227; BeUy Tomlyama 223; Aki Moriyama 227. Popular new styles for the young at heart. Sabo strap in Croco finish Croco finish slip on in antique brown or black New high front slip on in French calf with leather soles and O'Sullivan heels New 2 tone brown and black For Winter Warmth MEN'S GENUINE SEALSKIN SNOW BOOTS For the Feature ERNIE RICHARDSON CURLING BOOTS SETTLE FOR TIE KORIYAMA, Japan (API Baltimore Orioles battled through 10 innings to a 3-3 tie with Yomiuri Giants Thursday after Andy Etctiebarren blasted home run with two out in the ninth. Was evicted says Kapp SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (API Quarterback Joe Kapp says he weathered 35 Pittsburg'hTh'ots was "evicted" from the New i leading Minnesota to within ont England Patriots' training point of Chicago's West Division Meloche shots in the dared his first stop off Bruin centre Phil Esposito "made me feel real good." "As long as I stop the first shot, it's all clear after he said in a dressing room in- terview. "But f just do my best. "1 get the stick up, Uien get ready. 1 also try to grab a lot of shots in my pads to prevent re- added the 21-year-old Meloche as the Seals became the first team to blank Boston since last Nov. 5. Simon Nolet's second goal of the game snapped a 2-2 tie mid- way through the third period, enabling the hometown Flyers to keep a share of fourth in the West while preventing Vancou- ver from grabbing sole posses- sion of fourth in the East. Veteran Cesare Maniago camp last summer and did not walk out in a contract dispute. "I know the press said I walked out, but that's not Kapp said. "I was thrown ing. evicted." He told a news conference: "The only reason I'm not playing football right now is be- cause National Football League commissioner Pete Rozelle is now allowing me to." Kapp, former star with Brit- ish Columbia Lions of the Cana- dian Football League, said he signed a three-year contract with the Patriots in 1970 and was anxious to continue playing with them, but Rozelle had in- terfered in his negotiations with the New England management. He declined to elaborate, say- ing the case is in his lawyer's hands. The NFL had asked him to sign a player's contract which he refused to do. leaders. Bill Goldsworthy and J. P. ParLse supported Maniago's shutout, his second of the sea- son and 13th career whitewash- on new word yet boss ANAHEIM (AP) Harry Dalton, new vice-president and general manager of California Angels, estimated Thursday it could be three to four weeks before the American League club names its field manager. The former player personnel director of Baltimore Orioles told reporters: "I have eight to 10 men in mind, but I don't think that's the first order of business. First, I have to get to know the staff and the club's problems." He said the manager should be someone who can "take 25 men April to October, know their strengths and weaknesses and get the test cut of them for seven straight months." Dalton, 43, succeeded fired Dick Walsh in the Angels' top administrative position and must find a field manager to replace Lefty Phillips, who also was dismissed from the job he held the last two years. Opon Thun. and Fri. 9 p.m. CAArWS 403 5th St. S. SHOES REQUIRE: TRUCK TECHNICIAN For night shift we need a licenced and experienced heavy duty truck technician. Usual company benefits and good working conditions. Apply to: GUY PELOQUIN, Service Manager Cor. 6th Ave. and 6fh Si. S. Phone 327-5763 Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Product! Ice Stereo Tapes Ammunition Atlas Products Bar-B-Q Supplies WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR HERTZ RENT-A-CAR DON'T FORGET WE HAVE HUNTING LICENCE AMMUNITION PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duly Monday thru Friday. Sid Johnson, Ron Maack, Don Mills and Miller had given the Stampeders, a 4-0 first period lead only to see the Comets rally with singletons front the sticks of Don Johnson, Tom Kennealy, Le Van Buskirk and Paul Featherstone. Miller put the game away early in the final stanza. After a scoreless first period the Bruins came alive and drop- ped the Eagles 5-1 in Bantam "B" action Thursday night. Peter Braak rattled in two goals for the Bruins while Dan- ny Riedlhuber, Brian Wright and Mauro Catloni chipped in singletons. Gary Takahashi notched the lone Eagles goal in the third period. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division L T F New York Montreal Boston Vancouver Toronto Buffalo Detroit Pis. 2 37 27 U 2 36 21 12 1 30 23 1 1 2fi 38 3 20 27 0 25 2 7 0 27" 42 Minnesota Pittsburgh Philadelphia California ST. Louis Los Angeles LEADERS: Esposito, B..... Gilbert, NY Hadfield, NY Orr, B......... jheehan, Cal Mikita, C F. Mehovlich, M Ratcllc, NY Oliver, Min Western Division 820 31 16 16 32 13 15 29 73 11 3 5 2 3A ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A PIS Mount Royal 7 2 0 59 30 14 Red Deer 5 3 0 47 34 10 Calgary .......5 3 0 38 78 10 Edmonlon Leafs 3 2 o 25 30 6 Edm. 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