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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 WE IFTliRRIOGB HESAIO Stiluirfoy, 55, 1977 Canadian fans stunned as Soviets roared back AND THEY'RE OFF AND RUNNING The 1972 Foil Race Meel open- ed at Whoop-Up Downs Friday for a 12-day stand that includes three Saturdays and a feature Thanksgiving Day. A small opening day crowd of people wagered down day. some from last year's opening Mohawks visit Cougars tonight at Henderson By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor MOSCOW (CP) You knew It was going to be another one of those nights for Team Can- ada big Phil Esposito skated out to acknowledge the cheers of the crowd and fell flat on the seat of his hockey pants. Brad Park helped up his fallen leader and Espo bowed to the roaring capacity throng of But CO minutes later, nohody in the Canadian camp was laughing after witnessing the Soviet national 3- back with five goals in the last 11 minutes to take a 5-4 victory. The stunning turn-around-, which gives Russia a 3-1 lead in the eight-game series with one game tied, was witnessed by Communist party chief Leonir Brezhnev, President Nikolai Podgorny and Premier Alexe: Kosygin. There were also about Canadian fans in the stands and they roared throughout the game as Canada tied up the Russians most of the way, HENDERSON SCORES TWO Team Canada, made up o: professionals from the Nationa Hockey League, got two goals from Paul Henderson, speedy left-winger for Toronto Maple Leafs, and one each from Jean Paul Parise of Minnesota North Stare and Bobby Clarke Philadelphia Flyers. Russian scorers were Yur Blinov, Vyacheslav Anisin pen top corner on Tony Espo-' Ito's glove side. Suddenly, it -as 4-3 and the crowd was lunned. Both teams were a man and Gennady 'sygankov off for holding and "h i g h-sticking vhen Gusev tied it up with a hot from out near the point vhich went in high over Espo- ito's shoulder on the slick side. Defenceman Rod Selling of 'evf York Rangers was the Joat on the winning goal. He gave the puck away in the Canadians1 end to allow Viku- ov to go in alone on Esposito. !e pulled the goalie and lucked he puck into the open corner. Both the Russian and Cana- By LLOYD YAMAGISHI HcraM Sports Writer The Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Hams grabbed a share of first plac--- in the west divi- sion of the Southern Alberta High School Football League with a convincing 26-0 victory over the Winston Churchill Bulldogs Friday night. The Rams sport a 2-i record and moved into a first place tie with the defending cham- pion Catholic Central Cougars, who were idle last night. The Cougars will get their chance to break the deadlock tonight as they host the Medi- cine Hat Mohawks at the Hen- derson ball park. The Cougars will be seeking their third consecutive victory in the eight o'clock tilt. Meanwhile in last night's en- counter, some 900 fans watched a potent Rams's offence and a Canucks, Penguins riding high By THE CANADIAN PRESS Vancouver Canucks and Pittsburgh Penguins are enjoy- ing a moment of success they Inevitably will wish carried over to the regular National Hockey League season. The Penguins won their third without a loss in pre-season play Friday night 5-3 over win- less Philadelphia while the Ca- nucks, also 3-0, bombed Los An- geles Kings 6-1 with five third- period goals. In other exhibition piay, Chi- cago Black Hawks tied Boston Bruins 3-3 at Chicago, New York Islanders won their first game, 2-1, over Buffalo Sabres at Peterborough, Onl, and St. Louis Blues came up with two last-minute goals at Kitchener Ont., to edge New York Rangers 8-6. By THE CANADIAN PRESS The fate of Winnipeg Blue bombers will rest Sunday on :he shoulders of a middle line- jacker who, at 29 years of age, has already sat out two years n retirement. Phil Minnick, an all-Canadian at the position in 1968 but forced into retirement by in- juries before the 1971 season, told the Western Football Con- ference club Friday he would come to their aid. So Minnick will patrol the middle when the Bombers ven- ture into Taylor Field in Re- gin a to meet Saskatchewan Koughriders, one of two cluhs Winnipeg The other, Edmonton Es- kimos, are host to Ottawa Rough Riders Saturday in one of two interlocking games this weekend. Sunday, Calgary Stampeders, with oblivion star- ing them in the face, entertain the Eastern Conference Mon- treal Alouettes. Minnick's decision to return to football came after a week of workouts and medical exam: inations and only after the doc- tors had given him the green light. currently lied for first place. diau reporters were critical d the refusal by head coach Harry Sinden and assistant John Ferguson to meet report- ers after the game. Ferguson did come into dressing room corridor for a short time and summed up the reversal with: "We played 50 minutes of you've got lo play 60 minutes against this club." Sinden, ho said, was "in- don't think he'll out." "Every hockey club has a let- down of four or five minutes In every game. It's inevitable. But the way we let down in that last eight minutes really hurts." Excellent victory MOSCOW (AP) Soviet sports writers said today Rus- sia's speed and endurance wore down :iockey Canada's "strongest professionals" giving Ihe Soviet squad five smashing goals and an "excellent vic- tory" in the final period of Fri- day night's game here. Trailing 0-3 at the end of the second period, the Russians Wasted Team Canada's defence in the third period to win 5-4. It gave the Soviets their third win in the eight-game series, with the Canadians winning one and drawing one. The sports Sport, said: daily, Soviet 'Our team de- SKEET SHOOTING LEAGUE AT LETH. 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Corby Pankhurst increased he lead to 9-0 in the late stages of Iho second quarter as he galloped 50 yards up the middle for the major. Collier completed the play with the convert and gave the tarns a 10-0 lead going into the second half. The two clubs battled it out evenly for most of the third quarter, but the Bulldogs made one costly mistake that increased their deficit. With less than two minutes remaining in the third quarter, he Bulldogs had a situation on their own is-yard inc. On the first play, Bulldogs' halfback Brian Clampilt tried :o scoot around the left end, but dropped the ball in the process. An alert Dave Howe of the Rams quickly picked up the fumble and Irolted across the goal line for the touchdown. Collier was good on his second convert attempt and Rams sat comfortably with a 17-0 lend. Howe came back with the Rams' final touchdown in the lale stages of the fourlh quarter on a 10-yard jaunt. Collier missed the convert at-lempt, but made up for it with a 19-yard field goal with less (ban three minutes remaining in the game. Pankhurst led the Rams ground allack, chewing up 101 yards on seven carries while Collier and Howe added 57 and 39 yards respectively. Clampitt paced the Bulldogs' ground attack with 37 yards on 11 carries while Ken Nakama chipped in with 21 yards on five tries. EXTRA YARDS The referees seemed to enjoy flicking out their little red flags in last night's ball game They marched off 100 yards against (he Rams and another 65 against the Bulldogs Bulldogs' punter Cyril Patson didn't get any protection from the referees as he was flattened at least three times after booting the ball Oops! Sorry, they caught Ihe Rams roughing up (he kicker on one bliacirm, Alexander Gusev and Vladimir Vikulov. Both clubs stumbled througl i.hc first 10 minutes until Team Canada seemed to settle down, forcing the Soviet squad into errors. The pros left the ice at the end of the first period with a 1-0 lead on Farise's goal, set up by Gilbert Perreault and Ron Gilbert, at Parise scored from directly in front of goalie Vladislav Tretyak, from about 20 feet out. Clarke, assrsted by Henderson, put Canada up 2-0 early in the second, taking the pass from the corner and tuck in the puck between the goalie's legs Hend erson rii ade i t 3-0 midway through the period when ho deflected in a pass from the boards with Guy Lap-ointe and Clarke drawing the assists. The period ended that way, but not before Henderson was knocked unconscious by a check, from Alexander Mallsev. "It's a good thing ho was wearing that said team doctor Jim Murray between periods. Henderson is the only one on the squad who wears head gear, although all the Russians do. Blinov's goal came when Vladimir Petrov fed him the puck up the ice and defen-ceman Pat Stapleton fell trying to get back into the play. Henderson made it 4-1 for Canada on a similar play-staying up the ice and taking the pass from Clarke. Then in the third, Yuri Liap-kin hit Anisin with a shot from (he point and the youngster tipped it in. Eight seconds later, Shadrin caught the far, RUSSIA 5, CANADA 1 FIRST PERIOD it several weeks ago, refused to go, and wound up in Toronto For his second tour with the Argos in three years. In his last start against the Ticats, at Toronto on Sept. 10, the Argo quarterback had his former team-mates stymied lor three-quarters until tliree interceptions in the final period produced a 22-18 Hamilton victory. Gabler has been about the only stabilizing feature In Argo coach Leo Cahill's disastrous season and a loss to the Ticats here Sunday would just about eliminate Toronto from postseason s up ag The graduate of State College f Iowa first joined the Bomb-rs in and had three out-landing seasons before back md knee injuries began to jollier him. Minnick will replace Mickey loyle, the middle linebacker vho was having his best season vith the club before suffering a iiice injury last Saturday igainst Calgary Slampeciers. Joyle was placed on Ihe 30-day njury list Friday, Ihe fourth middJe linebacker in the Western Conference lo go on the 1st. Edmonton's Jerry Griffin, B.C.'s Carl Weathers and Calgary's Wayne Harris all are on he 30-day list. Meanwhile at Hamilton Wally Gabler has motivation enough or Sunday's Eastern Football Conference game at Ivor Wynne Stadium. The enterprising scholar from Michigan was traded by the Tiger-Cats to Edmonton GAME Lelhbridge Royals oi the Minor Football League will play host to Calgary Willow Park in an exhibition soccer game Sunday afternoon at two o'clock al the Civic Centre. Royals are Lelhbridge league champions while Calgary are city champions in the ANDY CAPP _____ 1 YOU WEU-.' UTJ V 'T GET SECOND PERIOD 3. Canada, Clark (Henderson) 3. Canada, Henderson (Lapointe, Clarke) Penalties ElUs and Kharlamov Bergman THIRD PERIOD A. Russia, Bllnov (Pcirov) 5. Canada Henderson (Clarke) 6. Russia, Vinisln {LyapfcinJ, 7. Russia, Shadrln 8. Russia, Gusev 9. Russia, Vikulov no f' WHEN A WIFE CATCHES 'US2ANC5 KITH ANOTHER j WO.W.N SHE'S ONW CX-OT TO B'-AME as second period buzzer sounded, Clarke and Tsygankov Yakushev Referees Rudolf Butter, Czecriw [ovakio, and Uve Dalbcrg, Sweden, Alfendanca IS, 000. 4 CAPRI BOWL HENRY HOMES Leroy Conme 279; Ed Henderson 274; Norma Cyulal 278 Jim Wright 751; Steve Gyorfcus 2H; scores Wuma 354; Wiarg Michalenko 2J EdHh Votfi 244? Carol Tkachuy 1-JO; Carol Kempenaar Ifl; E d n Whllefool 2J0; Bcrr-ice Gyorfcos JCCA Masa Goshinmen 319 Belli Tomiyama ?V1 Warl Fullta 7J3 served only complaints during the first two periods, hut ttiey were beyond all praise for their performance in the last 20 min- utes." At the opening of the games, the news agency Tass said, "it was difficult for the Canadian players lo maintain the swift tempo set by the Soviet play- ers." "But it added, Canadians managed to slow down the tempo to their advan- tage since they are not as swift as the Soviet players." Pravda, the Communist party daily, said: "We saw the Cana- dians in their best condition last night. The whole game was a lesson for us. We must take advantage of our speed and passing just in the last period." The Soviet defence ministry newspaper, Red Star, said "our guests learned a lesson from the first four games. Last night they put up a far more solid and accurate defence." The last three games of the series will be played here Sept. 24, 26 and 28. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES LETHBRIDGE FALL RACE MEET SEPT. 22-OCT. 9th EXCEPT SEPT. 56th, 28th, OCT. 3rrf RACING- WHOOP-UP DOWNS P.M. DAILY PARI-MUTUEL BETTING Mary Shigehiro 336; Estrlo Nagal, 231; Jim Yamarfa 3CS; Ryo Ha gat. 273 Was Shlgehiro 375; Torn Me dofuma 295 Ky Shigehlro Gus Moriyama 277. FRIENDLY LEAGUE Elaine 350 Sch lahr 121; Dorothy Malheson S34; Ma Syme 2D3; Scott 260; Bl Kelly 381; Sandy McKeMie 254 (719) Les Sackney 258j Ken Schfaht 351. AGT Doug Aspeslel 717, Hal Bareham 2) Rick Baker 221, Duug Bfrrell 248, M- rwi EH Carole Komulos 157 (472 Chris EIF 287, Wells 250, Agne Poeia 751 Shlrlyn Yip 222, Harr Malchow 328. HU MODE HOMES Dixolhy Olshaski 75J Elali Krhliarw-n 763; Jean Coninx 16 Joan Joan% ?i5; Ellen King 353 Marilyn Hembroff Connie Sco 7.44; Dattie Enimcns Sharon Visi sfcy 748; Sandy Fisher 245. SUNDOUI5T CONSTRUCTION Boreen Soderqulst 264j Joyce Arv dreaehuJc 2JA; Pat Pfomp Ml; Lef Ober {71-O; Helen Mikola Pal UCfflire (MM; clhy Sorennen 361 Agnes 244 f6S8'; Frances Harris 234; Popma ATJONAL LEAGUE EAST Usburgh icago ilJadelphla ncinnatl ius1on is Angeles lanla Franciscc Diego L Pet. GBL 92 51 .631 79 45 .54? m's 74 70 .5U m'j 70 76 -479 45 7? ,45] 26V? 55 90 .379 37 WEST 90 BO 64 .554 tVj 7fi 67 .538 12 4B 77 .449 23 63 83 .433 ?7V'j 54 89 .373 35 RIDAY'S RESULTS MD 4 4 tlanla .....MO Ml 273 Caldwell (7-9) Simpson (7} Grief and Kendall, Corrales Niek- 05-11) and QJdier. i Francisco 000 OM 000 030 i Angeles 000 1 7 1 Willoushtay (6-3) and Rader; Sulton 7-9) and Yeager. 010 OoC 010 J 1J fl itlsburgh 100 000 B 3 Moore, Stoneman (J) Marshall (14 i (9) and McCarver; KIson, Hcrnan- ?z (8) Glu-.li (9) McKee (1-0) (10) id Sanguillen. HR: '14) hiladefpfiia 201 003 S ew York olo 300 4 Reynolds Brandon (7-7) (O and iwne; McAndrew, McGraw [7-41 (7> id Sudakis. HRs: Beauchamp (4) Svdakis tncinnati .210 010 4 ouston 010 000 3 Gr I mi ley (14-7) Borbon (B> Carroll 8) and Bench; Dlerker Klim- :0wsXl flrd Munson; Perry (22-U) jid Fosse. Detroir.....000001 IK 000 J 5 0 (1-1) LaGrow tfi> Sims; MtGlolhen (3-i> Veale (6) Bolin re) and Fisk. HRs; Sims I City 010 000 S A B Oakland .000100 t J Drago (12-16) and Taylor; Blue Fingers (B) and HR: ooo sofl f a IN I Stanhouse (2-7) Broberg fi) Hlnton {6} Panther and Fahey; Bahnsen (20-15} Fosler (8J and Kerrmflrtrt. HR: California .000000 I 1 Mlnneiola 000 001- 1 4 0 Messerimllli (7-10) and Torborgj Blyleven (15-16) and Wltterwald. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R K Pet, 530 60 1W. ,324 427 58 13? 543 91 174 .309 534 42 US .390 493 89 152 .90S 422 70 27 .301 509 00 151 .237 41A 69 144 .294 392 89 32 46? 57 137 ,-m D. Allen, 36j Murcer, Carew, Win Scheinblum, KC Pinlella, KC D. Allen, Chi Fisk, Bos C. May, CM Otis, KC Berry, Ca1 Aflayberry, KC New York: 39. Runs hatred In: 0. Allen, 103) berry, 93. Pifchlng land, 2-7, .737. Hunter, Oak- .741; Odom, Oakland, 15-5, LA.A. PRACTICES JUNIOR B (Y's MEN NATIVE SONS) MONDAY, 25th P.M. TUESDAY, 26th P.M. WEDNESDAY, 27th P.M. MIDGET B (LETHBRIDGE COLTS) MONDAY, 25th 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY, 27th 8 P.M. BANTAM B (MOORE'S IMPERIALS) MONDAY, 25th 4 P.M. 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