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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 31, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGC HERALD 23 Reay hard to please despite Hawks' play The Canadian Press It seems that Billy Reay, veteran coach of Chicago Black Hawks, is not an easy man to satisfy. Sunday night, after the Hawks completed a 19-goal outburst in weekend games against Toronto Maple Leafs and St. Louis Blues, Reay said he was worried about his next game. The next game was Wednes- ANDY CAPP day night at the Montreal Fo- rum against the Canadians and the Black Hawks came from behind to tie Montreal 4- 4, one of three ties in four National Hockey League games. In other action, New York Islanders and New York Rangers played to a 1-1 tie, Atlanta Flames downed California Seals 4-1 and Boston Bruins and Minnesota DO SOM6THINV.T WITH YOUR LIFE BEFORE IT'S TOO U ATE, MAN... LIKE GETfINV FILTHY RICH- BIG DEAL.11 MIGHT ftS WELL WORRY ABOUT THE MONgV I CAN'T GET AS MOAN ABOUT THE MONEY THE WONT LET ME KEEP.' Short sport HUNTLEY ON WAIVERS BLOOMINGTON, Minn (AP) Minnesota Twins an- nounced Wednesday that veteran catcher Randy Huntley has been placed on waivers for the purpose of giv- ing him his unconditional release The 32 year old Huntley joined the American League baseball .team last December in a trade with Chicago Cubs of the National League CARTER BACK PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia '76ers said Wednesday that guard Fred Carter, the National Basket- ball Association team's leading scorer last season, has been put on the club's active roster. He recently signed his contract after a holdout. CHIEFS SIGN END KANSAS CITY (AP) Kansas City Chiefs announced Wednesday the signing of Fred DeBernardi, a defensive end. DeBernardi was signed as a free agent The Chiefs hope the 6-foot-6, 250-pound graduate of Texas-El Paso will help anchor the defensive line North Stars played to a 3-3 tie. The tie gave Chicago a one- point lead atop the Division II standings, but Reay still was not satisfied. "I would have sooner it stayed at Reay said. "I think four goals on the road is too much to have scored against you." Montreal took a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by de- fencemen Larry Robinson and Guy Lapointe. The Hawks ral- lied on goals by Dennis Hull and Germain Gagnon before Guy Lafleur put Montreal ahead 3-2 with his first of two goals at 17.55 Cliff Koroll tied the score for Chicago at 4 45 before Lafleur got his second of the night with four minutes to go in the middle period. Koroll then popped his second of the game and fourth of the year with gone in the third At New York, Bob Nystrom scored on a breakaway with 2 29 left in the third period to give the Islanders their tie with the Rangers The teams battled through two scoreless periods before Brad Park gave the Rangers a 1-0 lead when he ured a 20-foot wrist shot past Islanders net- minder Billy Smith Smith faced 30 shots while his team-mates fired 17 at Rangers' netminder Eddie Giacomin. Two goals by Buster Harvey and singles by Keith McCreary and Dwight Bialowas accounted for Atlan- ta's offence against the Seals Craig Patrick spoiled Phil Myre's bid for a shutout when he scored on breakaway in the first period A goal by Jeas aul Parise at 15.49 of the second period gave Minnesota the tie with the Bruins, who got a pair of power-play goals from Phil Esposito Meanwhile Lou Angotti re- signed as coach of St. Louis Blues Wednesday. Angotti took over the Blues job last Feb. 15 replacing Jean-Guy Talbot and there have been reports he was having difficul- ty getting along with some players Last season, the Blues miss- ed the playoffs for the first time since they joined the NHL in 1967-68. McCloskey's wait is over, Tampa gets NFL franchise NEW YORK (AP) Tom McCloskey ended a six-year wait Wednesday when he was awarded the new Tampa franchise in the National Football League. McCloskey was picked be- cause of his close ties with Tampa. NFL commissioner Peter Rozelle said Yet, Tampa sports figures registered surprise that the expansion franchise went to an out-of-towner. The league owners will award the Seattle franchise within the next month, Rozelle said, and both teams will begin play in the 1976 season. The commissioner said the league will expand again, tak- ing in two more teams, maybe as early as 1976 but probably later. "We feel McCloskey will make a very fine Ro- zelle said. McCloskey, the son of a for- ambassador to Ireland and Democratic Party treasurer, Matthew H. McCloskey, tried to buy Philadelphia Eagles when their then owner, Jerry Wol- man, went bankrupt. He failed when Leonard Tose purchased the team. COULD BE ALONE Rozelle said McCloskey, who is paying million for the franchise, could be the sole owner of the club, but would prefer to have minority stockholders from Tampa. Owner and president of OPEN IF HOUSE Coma and Meet BIG DAYS! and land 2 RANCHERS AUTO CENTRE OPEN TILL 9 P.M. FRIDAY! SPECIAL SKI-DOO'S DISCOUNT md JOHN DEERE SNOWMOBILES All pwctiMaa of Haw anc MacMHiaa tnN for Draw on 12 inch PotMM TV SM. OPBI HOUSE OKLYI FREE OR AW awa JOHN RECORD ALBUMS Lunch Big Discounts on Clothing -Your SM-Ooo md CfwmM DMtoT McCloskey and Co., one of the nation's largest builders and real estate developers, McCloskey, 49, was one of the founders of Cloverlay, the Philadelphia-based group which sponsored Joe Frazier's climb to the world heavyweight championship. He also is the owner of the Philadelphia Atoms of the North American Soccer League. McCloskey was chosen by the 26 NFL owners over two other groups attempting to ob- tain the Tampa franchise. HAD BEEN FAVORITE Bill Marcum, spokesman for a group that had been con- sidered the favorite to obtain the franchise, said he wasn't pleased with the selection of McCloskey "I would be lying if I said I wasn't Mar- cum said. "He must have made an awfully good presen- tation and met criteria which we did not." A third group, headed by wealthy Jacksonville, Fla., at- torney Hugh Culverhouse. also had bid for the franchise. Bills lead show DENNIS HULL, WHILE FALLING, SCORED FOR THE BLACK HAWKS Summaries Tores' streak has ended, Whalers wallop Toronto 5-2 BOSTON 3 MINNESOTA 3 Firtl Period: 1 Boston, Esposito 9 (Bucyk Vadnais) 2 58. 2 Minnesota. O'Brien 1 (Panse, Drouin) 9 04, 3 Minnesota Nanne 3 (Boucha, Hicks) 9 43 Penalties Savard 0 14, Mar- tineau 2 14. Flesch 12 30. Reid 15 23. Orr. Reid 1816 Second Period: 4 Boston, Esposito 10 (Vadnais, Bucyk) 2 36.5 Boston Vadnais 3 9 Minnesota. Panse 2 (Martmeau Drouin) 1549 Penalties Hicks 1 21. Smith 350 O'Reilly 645 Hicks 1247 Sims 1625. Hodge 1908 Third Period: No scoring Penalties Hextall, Esposito majors 710 Vadnais. Goldsworthy 16 03 Shott on goal by Boston 14 9 9 32 Minnesota 17 15 5 37 Attendance 15.102 MONTREAL 4 CHICAGO 4 First period 1 Montreal. Robinson 1 Lafleur) 8 04, 2 Montreal Lapointe 4 (Richard) 8 24, 3 Chicago Hull 6 (Boldirev Pappm) 12 49 4 Chicago. Gagron 5 (Martin) 16 44 5 Montreal. La.leur 2 17 55 Penalties Savard 048 Russell 2 54 Mahovhch 16 38 Second period 6 Chicago Koroll 3 (Mikita. Gagnon) 445. 7 Montreal Lafleur 3 (Richard Robin- son) 16 01 Penalties White 1 34. Wilson 4 36 Jarrett 13 05 Third period 8 Chicago. Koroll 4 (Gagnon Mikita) 1 44 Penalties Russell Mahovhch. double minors 813 Shots on goal by Chicago 7 12 Montreal 11 6 Attendance 14 492 RANGERS 1 ISLANDERS 1 Pint Period: No scoring Penalties Howatt 058 217, Gillies 726. Howatt 1322, Park 1915, J Potvm 19 28 Second Period: No scoring Penalties Lewis 644 Beverley 1123. Giacomin 1400 Hart Butler minor major 1950 Third Period: Rangers. Park 3 2.23, 2 Islanders Nystrom 17 31 No penalties Shots on goel by NY Islanders 310 4 17 NY Hangers 12 10 8 30 Attendance 17.500 ATLANTA 4 CALIFORNIA 1 Firtt period 1 Atlanta. Harvey 4 (Lysiak) 0 46. 2 Atlanta McCreary 1 (Bialowas) 241. 3 California Patrick 2 (Johnston Simmons) 11 05 Penalties J Stewart 11 19 Johnston 1C 1C Second No scoring Penalties Talafous 7 02. Frig minor, major misconduct 1243 Hextall 1729 Third period Atlanta Harvey 5 (Comeau) 6 40.5 Atlanta. Bialowas 2 (Letter Harvey) 1512 Penalties B Stewart 4 53. Quinn 10 43. Frig 14 15 Shots on goal by California 7 8 Atlanta 10 12 Attendance 11.493 SCHOENFELD NAMED BUFFALO (AP) Defenceman Jim Schoenfeld of Buffalo Sabres has become the youngest captain in the National Hockey League. Hie 22 year old Scheonfeld, in his third season, was named Tuesday to succeed Gerry Median, recently traded to Vancouver. By The CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Toros' six-game winning only un- beaten record in the World Hockey to an end Wednesday night with New England Whalers beating the Toros 5-2. In other games, Vancouver Blazers whipped Edmonton Oilers 8-6, Houston Aeros blanked Chicago Cougars 1-0, Winnipeg Jets, beat Phoenix Roadrunners 6-5 in overtime and the Minnesota at Cleveland game was postpon- ed by further difficulties with ice-making equipment at Cleveland's new Coliseum New England, beaten 6-2 by Toronto in their season opener two weeks ago, worked hard for their win over the Toros who were playing their first game of the season on the road. The Whalers outshot Toronto 42-28 in the game and 17-10 in the third period when New England came up with a three-goal rally by Tom Webster, Thommy 1974 CLEARANCE OH ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS ON RIGHT NOW Roiling along the Highway, on a bicycle built for two, was a way of life with Grandma, but is not the way for you. Get yourself a Skipper, bum both strong true, you can get the one you need at your Friendly Trailer Lou's! Traitor Loti has a Deal tor Vow at TRAVEL CRAFT SUES ft RQtTJILS 1S09-3M South Phone Abrahamsson and Mike Byers. A crowd of at Springfield, Mass., saw the Whalers and Toros play to a 2- 2 tie after two periods on goals by Whalers' Jim Dorey and Al Karlander and Toros' Vaclav Nedomansky and Pat Hickey. At Winnipeg, Bobby Hull scored his third goal of the game at of the 10-minute overtime period to give the Jets their fourth win in five starts Hull lifted the puck over sprawling Gafy Kurt after the Phoenix goalie made two saves in a row Anders Hedberg and Mike Ford scored for Winnipeg in the last half of the third period to force the overtime Michel Cormier's three and one each from Den- nis SobchuV and Howie Young had threatened to force the Jets into their first home loss of the season. Bryan Campbell's three goals and two each from Claude St. Sauveur and Danny Lawson led Vancouver to its third win in six starts Rusty Patenaude and Ken Baird each scored twice for Edmonton which twice had a two-goal lead. It was only the Oilers' second game of the season and they have yet to gain a point. Wayne Rutledge made 24 saves to earn his first shutout for Houston and Murray Hall scored the Aeros' only goal midway in the third period against Chicago At Cleveland, the ice in the new million Coliseum wouldn't harden properly and the Crusaders had to abandon their second attempt to open at the new facility Toronto's scheduled game at Cleveland on Sunday was also postponed by an equip- ment failure Cleveland's next home game is set for Saturday against Edmonton. Tonight, Chicago is at San Diego, New England at In- dianapolis and Cleveland at Michigan NEW YORK (AP) It's easy to see why Buffalo Bills have suddenly emerged as one of the National Football League's strongest teams. Buffalo slugs opponents with its "one-two" punch. Statistics released today show Bills' quarterback Joe Ferguson ranks as the NFL's top passer and team-mate OJ. Simpson is the second- best rusher after the league's first seven games. Ferguson, who has led the Bills to a 6-1 record, has con- nected on 67 of 116 passes for 896 yards and nine touchdowns. Runner-up Jim Hart of unbeaten St. Louis Cardinals is 74 for 138 with 028 yards and 11 touchdowns. Simpson, leading Buffalo's ground attack, has rushed 1'G times for 631 yards and one touchdown. But he trails Law- rence McCutcheon of Los Angeles Rams, who has run 131 times for 649 yards and two touchdowns Another two teams share the best two NFL receivers. Drew Pearson of Dallas has 38 receptions for 644 yards and one TD. Harold Carmichael of Philadelphia has 34 catches for 413 yards and three scores Tom Wittum of San Fran- cisco is the league's best punter with 30 kicks for a total yards He averages 44 2 yards a punt. The leading punt returner is rookie Gerald Tinker of Atlan- ta He has seven returns for 149 yards and an average of 213 yards. Mack Herron of New England. Patriots and a former member of Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League is third on average with 203 but is the leader ;n total yards with 304 on 15 returns. Terry Metcalf of St Louis has averaged 36.3 top NFL mark on 12 kickoff returns for a total of 435 yards SHEVLIN DIES CINCINNATI (AP) James C Shevlin, former ma- jor league baseball player and Cincinnati restaurant owner, died Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 66 Shevlin, a Cincinnati native, broke in as a first baseman with Detroit Tigers in 1931 Your Chance to Save! ONE WEEK ONLY Mens Made-to-Measure SUITS Reg. value 110.00 to 130.00 i Df, ONLY Take advantage of this one week opportunity to buy a superb tailored to measure at less than off the rack prices. A wide selection of patterns and shades. 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