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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta y, September 24, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 0 STICKY SITUATION Minnesota North Star goal- tender Gump Worsley hangs on to puck for dear life as Toronto Maple Leafs' Pdul Henderson (19) and North Star Lou Nanne close in on play with sticks high. Action took place Wednesday during exhibition game. The Gumpcr Blanks Maple Leafs 3-0 Canadians Sharp In Exhibitions By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Canadiens won their third pre-season exhibition game Wednesday night and their second straight over Chi- cago Black Hawks, 4-3, in Na- tional Hockey League action be- fore at Halifax. The Canadiens were 4-1 vic- tors Tuesday night in the first of four NHL exhibitions sched- uled for the east-coast city. Billy Collins notched the win- ner with just 30 seconds left in the game- Claude Larose, with two, and Marc Tardif were the other Montreal scorers. Bobby Hull, Dennis Hull and Gerry Finder replied for Chicago. In other games Wednesday, Boston Bruins needed two third-period goals from Ken Hodge to earn a 2-2 tie with New York Rangers at Kitch- CLARINET RENTALS PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Avc. 13th Si. S. Phone 327-1056 ener, Ont, Minnesota North Stars blanked the host Toronto Maple Leafs 3-0, Pittsburgh Penguins scored two third-pe- riod goals to tie Buffalo Sabres 3-3 at Sudbury, Ont., and Phila- delphia Flyers tripped Quebec Aces, their American League 4-0 at Rimouski, Que. At Halifax, the Canadiens jumped into an early lead on Larose's first goal, converting a pass from Henri Richard behinc goaltender Tony Esposito Bobby Huh1 evened it up mid way tlirough the second, beatinj Rogatien Vachon. Tardif anc Dennis Hull mace It 2-2 going into the third period. BRUINS AWAKE The Bruins-Rangers game played before was lack lustre effort until the third' pe- riod when the aroused Bruins playing their second game in as Indoor Rodeo Next Weekend The second annual, All-Indian indoor rodeo is slated to ge underway next Friday at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Contestants from varlou parts of Alberta, Montana am B.C. will take part in the three- day championships. Competitors will seek a share of the in prizes over the three days which include two evening performances as wel as a Sunday afternoon show. There will be competition in all major rodeo events. Below are the current standings in the FOR MEN AND BOYS MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Stripped C.99 10.00.......... W MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Long Sleeve Sizes M-L-XL only. ,99 10.00 Pre-Seasoii Special FALL AND WINTER JACKETS SPECIAL OFF BOYS' Alpaca Sweaters Long sleeve V- neck. Regular 11.95. 9.95 BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS Long sleeve some with puff sleeve. Reg. to 5.50. 3.95 JUST ARRIVED Boys' Tarn 'O Shorter T-SHIRTS long sleeve. Reg. to 4.95. 2.99 BOYS' PANTS Assorted stripes and checks. PAIR MEN'S SWEATERS Rtgulcr to A I 16.95. V Special LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 214 5th St. S. 327-3951 WHERE A GENTIEMAN'S CHARGE LETS YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN TERMS Indian Rodeo Cowboy Associa tion. STANDINGS ALL ROUND Points Money won 1. Bud Connolly, Browning 943 2. Jim Gladstone, Cardston 605 3. Pele Bruised Head, Card 480 d. Jerry Hamel, Dixon 330 5. Bob Goftfriedson, Kam 275 85 6. Mark Misner, Browning 275 75 7. Tony Fox, Cardston 230 91. 8. Rick Reagan, Cutbank" 300 97 9. Vern Kuka, Browning 195 10. Auguare, Brown 180 SADDLE BRONC 1. Bud Connolly, Browning 313 78( 2. Bob Gotftriedson, Kam 2-fS 804 S.Chuck Kamloops 225 4. Leonard Little Bear, Cr 195 523 5. Sydney Starlight, Sarce- 188 a.Pete Bruised Hear, Cr 170 7. JOB Bruised Head, Card 10B 9. Ouinton Gilham, Brown 50 10. Benny Big Plume, Sarc 20 11. Mark Misner, Browning 20 BAREBACK 1. Bud Connolly, Browning 405 2. Jerry Matt, Browning 290 3. Pete Bruised Hear, Cr 240 719 4. Mark Misner, Browning 195 455 6. Ronnie Bird, Browning SO 122 7. Donald Sconic, Cold Lk. 40 99 9. Andy Crier, Hobbema ,.30 7- 10. Greg Smith, Cardston ..30 11. Ira Tailfeathers, Card. 10 31 BULL RIDING 1. Clement Fox, Cardston 210 544 2. Grant Fox, Cirdston 120 3a6 3. Rick Regan, Browning 115 4. Dale Bird, Browning 105 5. Kelvin Fox, Cardston 105 6. Gary Tailfeathers, Cr 70 7. Dennis Samson, Hob 50 B. Ernie Thomas, Kamioops 45 171 9. Teddy Gottfriedson, Km 35 133 10. Ira Tailfeafhers, Card 30 116 CALF ROPING 1. Jim Gladstone, Cardston 340 1. 2. Butch Tailfeathers, Cr 135 600 3. Fred Gladstone, Card 120 54? A. Tony Fox, Cardston 120 5-1C 5. Jerry Hamel, Dixon 115 545 6. Bob Lytle, Cutbank 110 59- 7. Vern Kuka, Browning SO 332 8. Lev! Blackwater, Card 80 7. Ken Tailfeathers Sr. Cr 70 10. Arnle Johnson, Cutbank 50 STEER WRESTLING 1. Jim Gladstone, Cardston 340 2. Jerry Mamel, Dixon 170 3. Bud .Connolly, Browning 160 4. Qulnton, Gilham, Brown 95 5. Arnold Crowchild, Sar 50 6. H. C. Gilham, Browning 80 7. Tony Fox, Cardslon 80 8. Levi Blackwater, Card. 80 9. Gordon Crowchild, Sar 60 0. Ralph Weaselfat, Card 50 1. Pets Bruised Head, Cr 50 T5AM ROPING 1. Emmet Auaarc, Brown _......_. ______ 2, Vern Kula, "Browning 115 3. Rick Regan, Broiling 85 696 -4. Bud Connolly, Browning 65 5. Ed Connolly, Browning 65 496 6. Dexter Galbraith, Brown 65 532 7. Fred Gladstone, Cardston 50 331 8. Jerry Mamel, Dixon 45 275 9. Smiley Kitson, Brown 40 323 0. Bill Devereaux, Brown 40 255 BOY'S COW RIDING 1. Mike Gilham, Browning 205 17! 2. GUS Vaile, Baub ao 6-i 3. Rodney Goss, Browning to 51 Frank Harrison MI, Br. 60 40 5. Ronnie Big Plume, Sar. 40 40 6. Freddie Scanie, Sad Lk 40 34 7. Eugene Racine, Brown JO 29 8. Bernard Young Pine, Cr 40 !4 ENIOR BARREL RACE 1. Caen Bly, Cardslon 350 2. Cathy .Connolly, Drown 335 759 3. Bev Tailfeathers, Card 320 696 4. c. Mistaken Chief, Cr. no lU 5. Sandy One Spot, Sarcea 110 260 6. Regina Crowchild, Sar 70 163 7. Patsey One Spot, Sarcee 65 141 8. Robin Scwell, Browning 60 128 9. Hsj-ry Browning ..40 87 0. Tracw Hamel, Dixon 35 57 UNIOR BARREL RACE 1. Cathy Conolly, Browning 350 311 2. Susan Connolly, Browning 210 190 3. sandy One Spot, Sarcea 140 115 4. Terry Hoyt, Browning 135 111 5. Connolly, Browning 115 S9 6. Terry Leduke, Cardslon 115 88 7. Tracy Hamel, Dixon 110 8. 7ana Devercnux, Brown SO 63 Margaret Connolly, Br. so si 0. Anna Joyce Fox, Card 35 56 many nights, got untracked. Don Luce and Bill Fairbaim had tallfed earlier for New York. Goalie Gilles VUlemure was the victim of- both Boston goals after Ed Giacomin had held the Bruins scoreless in the first hah of the game. Ed Johnson, the third Bruin goalie, blanked the Hangers in the last period. Gerry Cheevers and John Adams each allowed ons goal. The North Stars, burdened by nbie of the 12 penalties called in the a penalty outhustled the Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens. After being held scoreless in the first period by Jacques Plante, the North Stars beat Marv Edwards twice in the second, Walt Me- Kechnie scoring the first then setting up Lou Nanne on the second. Joey Johnston scored the third Minnesota goal late in the game after veteran goaltender Gump Worsley had stopped To- ronto's Guy Trottier on a pen- alty shot. Trottier had a breakaway when he was tripped up- by rookie defenceman Fred Barrett for one of three penalties the North Stars' No. 1 draft choice picked up in the game- GET LATE GOALS At Sudbury, Nick Harbaruk and Greg Polls gave the Pen- guins their late goals in the tie with Buffalo. Buffalo had taken a 34 lead in front of fans on goals by Gil Perreault, the former Montreal Junior Cana- dien who was the Sabres' first draft choice, Randy Wyrozub and Dennis Kassian. Veteran Andy Bath gate scored the first Pittsburgh goal, tying the game 1-1 midway into tie second period. Polis was tagged with a game misconduct late in the third pe- riod when he shoved linesman Malcolm Ashford to the ice dur- ing an argument over an offside call. It was one of 21 penalties called by referee Dave Newell, 15 against tie Sabres. The Philadelphia victory was a costly one when veteran Gary Dornhoefer reinjured His right knee in the first period and club doctors estimate he'll miss at least the next week of training camp. The 26-goal scorer last year has already missed a week of the camp because of the ailing knee. The Flyer goals, by Bob Kelly, Jean-Guy Gendron, Lew Morrison and Bobby Clark, came at the expense of Quebec's Bob Taylor who re- placed starting goaltender. Michel Belhumeur midway through the game. Philadelphia's Bernie Parent and Doug Fayell shared the shutout. Gerela's Toe Cosily To Lions Tiger-Cats Share Top Spot By TOM WILLIAMS VANCOUVER (CP) Hamil- ton Tiger-Cats won a share of first place in the Eastern Foot- ball Conference but lost the services of veteran quarterback Joe Zuger for an indefinite time as they came from behind Wednesday night to defeat Brit- ish Columbia Lions 2W4. Zuger suffered a broken right wrist late in the first quarter of the Canadian Football League interlocking game played before fans. The injury appeared to happen when the Lions de- fence in one of its few shows of strength broke through to ham- mer Ticats for an e ight-yard loss on a running play. Reserve quarterback John Eckman came off the bench to direct a well-balanced attack for the Tiger-Cats, but it was the rugged Hamilton defence that turned the tide. The big play was by defensive lineman John Vilimas in the fourth quarter when the Lions seemsd about to sew up a vic- tory that would have broken their tie with Calgary Stamped- ers for second place in the West. Lions had just taken a 14-11 lead on a 12-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Paul Brothers to fullback Jim Even- son when Hamilton back Mack Lamb fumbled the ensuing kick- off. Lions recovered on the Ticat 33-yard line. TRY FIELD GOAL A two-yard gain and an in- complete pass set the stage for a 38-yard field goal attempt by Lions' usually deadly Ger- ela, the leading western scorer. But Vilunas broke through for the second time in the game to block the kick and Hamilton's John Williams grabbed the loose ball and ran 75 yards for a touchdown- Eckman added Ticats' clinch- ing touchdown a few minutes later when he shook off a blitz- ing B.C. lineman and ran seven yards on a broken pass play. Dave Fleming scored Hamil- ton's other touchdown on a four-yard run in the second quarter set up by two good catches by end Tommy Joe Cof- fey on pass plays covering 13 and 44 yards. Coffey converted all three Ticat touchdowns and added a 28-yard field goal and a single on a 30-yard field goal try that went wide. Coffey pushed his career points total to 804 and his season total to in the eastern conference. Flanker Vic Washington, the former Ottawa star, scored B.C.'s other touchdown on a pass play from Brothers that covered 50 yards. Gerela con- verted both touchdowns, but failed on four field goal tries- two blocked by Vilunas and the others of 50 and 53 yards going wide. The result of the hard-hitting ANDY CAPP YEAH, SHE'S A GOOD LASS 1'tU ONE 'ER' A TREAT.... GET NER COAT I -.VTAKIN'SERT1 n (THE .PICTURES.' Raymond Clobbers Milk River In Western Eight Football action last evening Raymond showed no mercy over the Milk River Ridge Riders a new entry in the league this year. When the final gun shot was heard the Raymond Comets walked off the field with a 91-6 wipe-out over the visiting club. In other league action, the St. Mary's Warriors hosted the Cardston Cougars and picked up a 22-12 victory. Claresholm also played last night when they visited the Nanton Knights and came home with a 28-17 Meanwhile in Vulcan the pre- viously undefeated Vulcan High School suffered a 25-22 loss to the underrated High River Club. Finally, in Coaldale the Coal- dale Spartans and the Picture Butto High School tangled and when the 60 minutes were up no one knew who the winner was. No official scorekeeper was on hand leaving all the score- keeping to a member on each club. When the game finally ended the score sheets did not match. A cheek however showed Pic- ture Butte had won 48-46. Darts TANDINCS Wanning, Miners............, Blacker, Labor.............., Ha worth, Slacfc, Legion................ .arson, Miners.............'.. James, Miners.............. iouiton, Labor............... Spence, Elks............... Onofrychuk, Legion Miles ANAF.............. :innerty, Legion............., :rttz. Legion Blacker, "Labor............ Griffiths, Miners......-...... Moscovlch, Mitchell, Legion Coshman, Oseen, Miners................ Miners................ Ortutf, Elks................. Voistoncrott, Legion Gow, Elks................... Trebor, ANAF................ Trentini, AHAF......... Next games tonight at Labor it eight o'clock. High score Gow Taber Hosts Exhibition It has been a while fa re- turning but hockey is back in Taber, at least on an exhibi- tion basis. Saturday evening at nine o'clock Calgary Centennials and Flin Flon Bombers will meet in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game in the new Taber Civic Centre. Nearly two years ago Taber lost its arena, curling rink and its e n t i r e Civic Centre struc- ture in a fire on New Year's Eve. When the old makes way for the new it should be done in the fashion in which the Taber people have done it. Taber has a new sports complex a truly great edifice. As one Taber hockey official put it "We're so danged proud of our building we want every- one to see it." A great many people will get the chance as the Western Canada League is planning 12 such exhibition games through- out the season. Meanwhile in Lethbridge the Lethbridge Sugar Kings will get their first taste of action when they host Mount Royal Cougars at the Arena at Cougars and Kings will toil i the Alberta Junior Hockey League this year. Monday evening at the Sugar Kings will take on the Centennials. The two clubs save a working agreement and so the game should provide an entertaining hook-up. Two former Sugar Kings will be in the Centennial line-up Len Frig a defenceman and Dave Shardlow a left winger. contest moved Hamilton into a tie with Montreal Alouettes, two poults ahead of Toronto Argo- nauts and fcur ahead of Ottawa Rtmgli Riders. Lions remain locked with Cal- gary six points behind Saskat- chewan Roughriders and only two ahead of Edmonton Eski- mos. The Zuger-less Tiger-Cats play in Edmonton Saturday. The Lions' next game is hero Oct. 3 against the Eskimos in what could be a showdown for a western conference playoff spot. The broken wrist on Zuger's throwing arm was the latest in a long list of problems that began last year when he jammed a finger on his right hand. This year, he twice dislo- cated a finger and only recently recovered from an injury to his right thumb. HAMILTON 2i, BC 14 HAM B.C. First downs......... 15 18 Yards rushing.......183 90 Yards passing........ 133 756 Net Offence .....3U 3-16 Posses made-tried 7-18 Interceplions-years 3-29 1-10 yards 10-36 11-37 Fumbles-fumbles lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-total yards 3-5 5-37 STANDINGS WFC P W L T F A Pts. Sask.......10 8 1 0 12B 147 16 B.C....... 10 5 5 0 221 211 10 Calgary 10 5 5 0 188 150 10 Edmonton .10 4 6 0 155 179 8 Winnipeg 9 8 0 122 255 2 WFC LEADERS 6 TD C FG S Pts. Gerela, B.C... .10 0 22 16 11 81 Ahendschan, S 10 0 24 15 2 71 Cutler, E 10 0 14 14 9 65 Harrison, C .10 9 0 0 0 54 Evenson, B.C. 9 8 0 u 0 48 Robinson, C .10 0 17 7 6 J4 Houmard, W 9 6 0 0 0 36 Barwell, S 10 5 0 0 0 30 McKinnie, S 10 5 0 0 0 3D Swam. E 1C 5 0 0 0 Young, B.C. 9 5 0 0 0 30 EFC STANDINGS Eastern conference W L T F A PI Montreal 5 2 0 US 135 10 Hamilton S 3 0 17J 155 10 EFC LEADERS Coffey, H MacMillan, 0 Jonas T Oldham, 0 Thorpe, T Symons, T Evanshen, T Wade, M....., smith, M..... 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