Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 63

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE UTHBRIDOE HERAID Wednasdny, September 29, 1971 Canadiens have yet to taste defeat Canucks still enjoying unbeaten success By THE CANADIAN PRESS Vancouver Cnnucks and the defending Sl.inley C'up champi- ons Montreal Caramons contin- ued to set the pace in National Hockey League exhibition games Tuesday. Both teams maintained their undefeated records as Vancou- ver tied .Minnesota Stars 3-3 in Vancouver before fans and Montreal topped Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3 in Halifax, where Ihc crowd was The Canucks have won three games and lied four while Ihe Canadiens have scored four vic- tories anrt earned two lies. Bob Kevin's goal, with fewer lhan five minutes remaining, salvaged the tie for Minnesota after Vancouver went ahead 3-2 on Andre Boudrias's goal early in lire third period. Novin picked the left-hand corner behind netminder Dime Wilson just as Canucks' Wayne Maki stepped on to the ice after serving a penalty. Wilson shared poallc-nding duties with George Cardner. Bobby Schmaulz and Dale Tallon were the other Vancou- ver goal-gettws. Dennis Hextall and Bill Gold- sworthy also scoreo' for Minne- sota. Prior to the game, general manager Bud Poile said tho Airlift continues in Edmonton Latest move sees Houmard go EDMONTON (CP) Every- thing has gone wrcng for Ed- monton Eskimos in 1971, and head coach Ray Jauch may be wondering if there really is something to the slory of the evil spirits that follow the coach-of-lhc-year in the Cana- dian FoolbaU League. Jauch won the award in 1070 for leading the Eskimos to sec- ond place, and Edmonton has been a Western Football Confer- ence disaster area ever since. Misfortune was also the lot of eight other men who have bee named coach of the year. Fiv were defeated in the Grey Cu final, two failed to make it as far as their conference final an one was wiped nut in the final. Jauch has tried all sorts o things in an effort to snap the WEFC games set tonight Rams, Bulldogs go east Two Lethbridge high school football learns will travel easl to Medicine Hat for Southern Alberta High School Foot ball League encounters while anoth- er will host one in the city Fri- day night. The LCI Rams and the Win- ston Churchill Bulldogs will seek victories in the Gas City in a scheduled doubleheader while the league leading Catho- lic Central Cougars will enter- tain the McCoy Colts at Hender- son. At present, the Rams share second place in the six team league with the Colts, both owning 2-1 records. The Rams will open the Fri- day night's doubleheader tang- ling the Medicine Hat High third spot with Bulldogs each having a 1-2 record. On the oilier hand, Ihe Bull- dogs hope to earn their second straight of the season as they take on the cellar- dwelling Cresent Heights Vik- ings in the second contest staged. If the Bulldogs pick up a win Friday night, it would still keep them in third place. A Rams victory and a Colts loss would leave the Bulldog tied in third with the Colts while the Rams would taki over sole possession of second The Bulldogs would share thin place with the Mohawks and Rams, if the Colts win and the Rams lose. Thirteen suspended after tests DOVER, Del. (AP) Dela- ware State College has notified School Mohawks, who sit in 13 members Of its football team Broomhall meet The Lethbridge Commercial Broomball League will meet Thursday night at eight o'clock in the Sports Centre, room one, and teams and individuals in- terested in playing this are asked to attend. year (hey have been dropped from the team because of suspected drag usage, the college presi- dent confirmed today. The suspected drug usage was uncovered by urine tests earlier this month. "The dean of students has said he is going to suspend Ihem under Ihe college rules and they are going to get a which they are enti- tled to under college rules, said Dr. Luna L. Mishoe, college president. Tests were given the entire 67-man squad after the season opener Sept. 18 which highly-fa- vored Delaware State Hornets lost to Lock Haven State Teach- ers College 14-7. The tests were suggested by coach Arnold Jeter. Meanwhile, the Colts wil have their jobs cut out for them as they exchange the bal with the powerful CCHS Coug ars this weekend. In three games this season the Cougar's offence have rack ed up 88 points while their de- fensive unit have only given up 13. With this in mind, the Colts will have to give a super per- formance Friday night if they hope to upset the league lead- ers. Game times in Medicine Hal are set for p.m. and p.m. while in Lethbridge ac- tion gets under way at 8 p.m. All 10 teams in (he Western Eight Football Conference will see action tonight. The Raymond Comets and the St. Mary's Warriors who cur- rently share first place honors ivill he out m full force to keep their three game winning steak alive. The Comets will host the Ridge Riders while the War- riors take on the Cardstou Cougars in Carclston. The Coaldale Spartans will iave a tough encounter tonight as they travel to Picture Bulte 'or a game against the defend- ing champion Elks. Both clubs, along with the Cougars, share sec- ond place eac-h with a 2-1 rec- ord. In other games set for ac- ion, the Vulcan Cougars visit High River while the Nanton TCnights tangle with Clarcs- mlm. Eskimos out of the doldrums, but the curse-of-the-coach has held. Edmonton has one win in 11 starts and has lost its last eight games. Jauch is brewing more changes for a CFL interlocking game against Montreal Al- ouettes tonight, which will be televised on Uic CTV western network starting at a p.m. MST. He cut fullback Bob Houmard Tuesday and replaced him with Sam Scarber, the third-round draft choice of Dallas Cowboys who was traded before the Na- tional Football League season started and was a late Los An- geles Rams cut. Also cut was offensive guard Tom Bailey, who saw limited action in a 28-14 loss to Saskat- chewan Roughriders Sunday. A win for the Alouettes would live them sole possession of sec ond place in the Easteni Confer- ence and leave Ihe Eskimos seven behind Winnipeg Blue Bombers and British Columbia Lions, who are lighting for the last playoff spot. Tho Edmonton airlift contin- ued Tuesday as imports Homer Cavitte, a defensive and offen- ive halfback, and Mike Siwek, a defensive tackle, arrived for 'ive-day trials. Houmard's departure left re- ceiver George McGowan as the only member of the backfield who stalled the season with Ed- monton. Montreal, defending Grey Cup champions, will be without ierre Desjardins, who was >laced on the 30-day injury list lecause of recurring knee trmi- ilc. Garry Lefebvre, a former Es- tirr.o, will make the trip but irobably won't play. Lefebvre las been on the injured list with neck injury and is expected to lay in Vancouver Saturday light. To make room for him, le Alouettes cut halfback Bob torey. The Edmonton Journal Is tinning a contest showint ection of tho crowd at Eski- nos games with the prize, hro Canucks had purchased de- fenceman Bob Blackburn from Pittsburgh Penguins. Black- burn, who played with the Can- ucks for tlirce years in the Western Hockey League, will report to Rochester Americana of the American Hockey League. Left winger Peter Mahovlich was the big gun for the Cana- diens at Halifax, scoring twice. Chuck Leflcy, Jacques Lemaire and Marc Tardiff were the other Montreal snipers. Ron Ellis, Paul Henderson and Dave Keen scored for To- ronto. Canadiens forged ahead in the second period after the teams battled to a 2-2 tie in the first period. There was no scoring in the third. Leafs, wiihout regulars Mike Pelyk, Rick Ley, Norm Ullman and Bill MacMfflan, lost the services of Keon, team captain, who limped off the ice in the second period. Canadiens were also without several injured regulars: J. C Tremblay, Guy Lapointe, Yvan Cournoyer and Henri Richard. GARY SMITH HURT Injuries aJso coiituiued to plague goaltenders as Gary Smith of Chicago Black Hawks suffered a broken finger in practice at the Chicago Stadium Tuesday. Smith was recently acquired by the Hawks from California, in a controversial swap that saw Chicago give up goalie Gerry Desjardins and forward Gerry Pinder. The Seals have asked Clar- ence Campbell, president of the NHL, to void the deal because Desjardins has complications from a fractured arm he suf- fered late last season. Smiih, backup goalie for Tony RACE FOR THE PUCK Toronto Maple Leafs' goalie Jacques Plante comes out of the crease and races Pierre Bouchard of ihe Montreal Canadiens for the loose puck. Planle won the race and cleared the puck away. Montreal remained unbealen as they downed the Leafs 5-3. ickets to the next" football ame, going to the fan who the best caption. This week's winner wrote: The devil made him fumble hat." Another highly rated entry was "stand up in front, I can still see." Also well rated were: "No son, this is the football game. We go to the circus "I thought that by leaving at half time we would beat the rush" and "I think they .call them tlie Eskimos because they make their fans blubber." IV' ond V Cniomc iteei. Coniiill of pt. lo I it, 1 12pr Vdrivnacketi 1 roth driyo 3" eTteni' lal.htt, ,po end U" tfrlrc handle 6 PCE.COMBINATION WRENCH SET ploted l adopter; to JV ond n, drive k Plu3 icckcl n plaitic box. CHALLENGER 17 PCE. SOCKET SET MARSHALL WELLS Christie scores two for Gas City KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League scored five goals in the second period Tuesday night on the way to a 7-2 bilion win over Kamloops Roc- kets of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League. Bill Christie and Tom Lysfrak each scored twice for the Tigers, single goals coming from Bill Millw, Jim McCrim- mond and Randy Aimoe. MUIAINS QUITS OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Amateur Basketball Asso- ciation Tuesday announced that Peter Mullins of Vancouver, head coach of the Canadian nen's basketball team, has de- not lo extend his coach- ing term because he felt the CABA must consider sclecling a full-time coach. Esposito, stopped a shot that broke the ring finger of his left Iremd. He will be sidelined about three weeks. In off-ice activity, the head of St. Louis Blues indicated his club would defy the United States wage-price freeze by in- creasing tlie price of tickets. SAYS IT'S DIFFERENT The U.S. department of jus- tice filed suit Monday to force the Atlanta Falcons football team to reduce prices, but Sid- ney Salomon Jr., Blues' presi- dent and board chairman, said he regarded his team's tickc.t price increase as o'ifferent from Lho Falcons. Both the Blues and the Fal- cons increased prices before the Aug. 15 freeze. However, the first games to be played under the higher prices fall within the 90-day freeze limits. "If we didn't increase prices we couldn't Salomon said. "The people of St. Louis just wouldn't have hockey." Movers in tie with Rustlers EDMONTON (CP) Red Deer Rustlers got two goals in the final period to tie Edmon- ton Movers 2-2 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League exhibi- tion Tuesday night. The Movers, playing their first game of the season, open- ed fast with Don Therrien jam- ming the puck into the Rustler net from a scramble after just 29 seconds of Ihe first period. Ed O'Brien made it 2 0 for the Movers at of the sec- ond period. Tlie Rustlers came back in the third period with a goal by Terry Wittchen. Ron Joel of Red Deor tied the game with remaining. Four third-period goals powered Calgary Canucks to a 6-2 victory over Drumheller Falcons Tuesday night before 700 fans. The Canucks' Denis Terio broke the 2 2 tie at of the third period to power tho Canucks. L c f twinger Don Snowden scored two goals 30 seconds apart to put the Canucks ahead for good. Dennis Olmstead added the final Canucks goal at Jim Sellers with a first- period goal and Blaine McLeod with a second period marker were the other Canucks Running retires from game PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia pitcher Jim Buu- ning, architect of two no-hit, no-run games, including a perfect game, and the sec- ond-best strikeout pitcher of all-time, announced his retire- ment from baseball Tuesday. Burning, who will be 40 years old next month, put it simply: "I'm no longer an effective pitcher and I said when I believed I could no longer pitch effectively I would quit." The G-f o o t-3 right-hander leaves behind one of the great active pitching careers in the history of baseball. He posted a 16-year major league career record of 224 victories and 104 defeats, with a lifetime ERA of 3.27-mh on the all-time list. Sunning won more than 100 games in each of the two major leagues, 101 for Detroit Tigers in the American League and 123 for Philadel- phia Phillies, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League. He pitched a no-hitler in each league, July 20, 1958 for the Tigers against Boston, and June 21. 1964 for the Phillies against New York Mets. The Mels masterpiece was the perfect game. Bunning, who won five and lost 12 tliis season for the Phillies, has a career total of strikeouts, second only to Waller Johnson. His record of striking out at least in each league tied him with Cy Young as the only pitchers ever to accomplish this feat. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE E3rt W Plllsturcih 4 SI. Louis 90 Chicago R2 New York E2 Montreal 70 Philadelphia 67 West San Francisco B9 Los Angeles BB Atlanta ......81 Clncinnall 79 Houslon 7B Spin Diego 60 Pel. .596 .559 ,513 .556 .550 1 .503 B''j .491 lOVi .J89 11 .377 Bowling scores Over 300 Stores serving Western Canada 318 6lh ST. S. PHONE 327-6727 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. SAVE 60 ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES (MUTE UFFLER 509 6th Avenuo South CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S SHOP Jessie MacDonald 257; Eir Krauss 273 Marg Seefried 27fl; Gloria Hrycyk 26S; Francis Harris 251; Pal Plomp 260 Kalhy Ludwjrj 2tB June Taylor 2B1 Isabella Bergman 271 Nina Sindllnrjer 269 Sally Tronn 283 May Hleberr 276 GORD1ES Al Smilh 37FI Mills 360 Tak KatakamI 355 Sieve Pcdersen 301 Ken Malcomson 30J Russ RombDuqh 31B; Bob Thomson 299 Jack Smeed 298 Wnlsloncmrt 293- Sam Glrardl 2B8 Jim IMqn 2flS Wimp Nakamura 2GS SIMPSON SEARS Hilda Tinorrli 357 Bcrnlce Harlley 266 Belty Dawson 252 Audrey Able 233; Marti Maruk 223; Ella McColl 347; Marino "Rapuano 7.11; Jack Undnrsrhcr Ed Rcsselll 262; Tom Pralt 299 Ed Shanks SPEEDYS Wilrrifl Winlor 393 Aya Naka- iura Deulflh Fahhl 251; Isnhel Orslon Irene Chisle 243; Warg Smith 237; Isabel Sawchuk 2BS Jciincllo Smecd 291 Belly eaudry 2-J2; VI Smilh 238. SENIOR CITIZENS Bill Riloy 258; Bill Jensen ?S1; Jack unweilcr 27-1; Henry Bechlhold 2J9; Chuck Oher 7M; Henry Drown 265; I Hutio Miller 272; 1.11 Moll 356; Frnnrpi I Bambrirk 246; Isnhrl IIvans 22J; Ruby Osccn 22J; Jossle McDonald 207, MICA'S LADIES Marg Clark 2S9 Kae Mflnn Helen 2S3 Jutinl- tn LlnnarcJ J92 pnt Jarvlo 259; Alia Clark 347; Ctlllh Volh 272 A. Neville 2.13; Phyl Mnrrhon 280 Suian McDonnld 256 i PRE BUILT SOCIAL Hcdrs Wililltms S-M; CbflrJIe Rpech 21i; Prank Donalo 301 j Mllon Rnm- boutjh 232; Isahcl 20B; Dili Low 304; Gnorno AAaichMi 154; Judy I nnfl- ssn Jnck Roljcrls 2.19; Lucille Schllo 3.1.1. n AND E HARDWARE F.vjt Dr-lmulh ?fil; Dol Andnrson 390 llouchnrd Vorila MnmUlon Sunder ?75 Wnll ronihoz 292 Sherry Clark 361 Doblrr DOB Elliti Sawllla 020 Ploll 271 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Pizzaro (7-6) ol Montreal RenVo (15-U) N Houslon Wilson (169) ol Los Angeles Downing (20-8) N San Francisco Carrllhers {J-3) at San Diego Kirby 114-3) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 330 000 570 New York ODD OD2 OOt- 2 7 1 Carllon (20 9} and Simmons; Ryan (1014) Me Andrew (1) Kocsman (J) Frisella (8) and Grole. Son Francisco 200 004 772 San Diego 1BD 000 1 7 1 Perry (16-12) and Dielz; Acosla f3 Phoebus Kelley 5ev- erinsen (fl) and Barton. HR: SF- Sneier Houston DOO 010 130 Los Anqeles ooo 001 2 3 i Wilson (16-10) and Edwards, Sinner (10-17) and Sims, Haller HR: Sims Chicago 040 000 f 4 Moni real MD ODD 5 6 1 Pizarro, Bonham (2) Regan (5-5) (B) Guara (9) and Rudolph; McAnally and Doccabella. Pittsburgh Oil 001 3 9 1 Philadelphia 302 000 6 8 T Ellis (19-9) and May; Wise (I7-TJ) and Koegpl. HRs: Luiinski (3) Johnson (4) Ander- son icinnall 00 000 0 Atlanta 001 000 4 II 1 imsfey 00-7} Carroll (B) ai Bench; Niekro (15-14) and William! PENNANT RACE West Divblon W L Pet. GBL1 San Francisco B9 71 .536 Los Angeles fifl 71 .550 1 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE EPSI W Palllmore .100 Dclrcil 91 Boslcn 85 New York PO Washing! rn 63 Cleveland 59 WC5f Oakland 100 Kansas Cily 85 Chlcaco California Minnesota Milwaukee L Pel. 57 .637 70 .Sfi1! 71 .528 BO .500 94 102 .364 21 Vj 37 43 75 71 69 85 ,d69 25 65 7ii PO .434 301 j Away 2 San Diego 2, September 29, n, September 30, n. Los Angeles At home 2, Houston 1, September 29, n, September 30, n. SOCCER SCORES ENGLISH LEAGUE Division II Birmingham A WaUord 1 Bristol C 4 Blackpool 0 Flurnley 6 Orient 1 Carlisle 5 CharlJon 2 Lulon 2 Fulhom 0 Preston 0 Norwich 2 Division 111 Barnsley 0 Aston Villa 4 Rolherham J Swansea D Walsall 1 Chesterfield I Division IV Scunlhorpe 2 Cokhesler 0 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City Filzmorrls (7-5] a) Oak- land Dokson (15-5) N California Wrioht (1616) at Minne- sola Biyleven (155) Milwaukee Slalon (10-7) at Chicago Wrjcd (21-13) W Detroit Lnlich (35-13) Cleveland Colbert (6-6) N Boston Carman (1-0) at Baltimore Dobson (50-7) N NPW York Slofllemyre (15-12) flt Washington Sheilenback (310) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS California 101 001 6 1? i Minnesota ,000 1DO V 0 Messersmlth (20-13) end Torborg; Hall (4 7) Haydel Gebhard (P) and Millerw.ild. HRs: Cal-Alomar Rye FIRST Boston 101 ODO Baltimore 110 131 10 17 0 Cvlp (U-li) f7J aod Joseph- snn, McNally (21-5) Dobson (8) and Hendricks. HR: Bal-Hendricks SECOND Boston .111 TOO fl f J Ballimore 300 10D 5 fl I Peters (U-ll) and Fisk; Cuellar, R-cherf 13-5) (C) and Elchebarren. Bos-Smith REGULAR GAME Detroil 100 201 lot- 4 B 0 Cleveland ODD Oon 390 Coleman (20 9) and Freehan; Har- oan (1-13) Lamb (7) Mlnuorl (a) and Fosse. HRs: G. Brown (11) Cash (2) (32) Freehan Cle-R. Foster SUSPENDED GAME Delroll 101 005 0 Cleveland .500 000 B 12 0 Zepp, Coleman (1) Kilkenny (3) Denchy (J) Sdierman (7) Timmpr- nlqan (6) Minqorl (7) McDowell (B) (1317) and Hinlon, Suarez (7) Fossa HRs: Del-Jones (4) Price Milwaukee 100 002 7 1 cnicaqo .010 ooo 2 9 i Patlin (14-j) Sanders (9) and Port- Bradley (15-15) Forsler (9) and errmann HR: Kansas Cily too ooi l 3 o Oakland .000 100 2 3 0 Hedlung H5-B) and Martinez; (21-11) Finaers (8) Knowlcs (9) and Duncan. (10 }j (32) Epstein New York .000 020 7 0 Washington 200 000 4 1 4 Bahnien (14-12) and Munson; Go lewsM, Grzenda (i-2J and Bill- np.s. SNOW CLEAT TIRES Priced from ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE SERVICE 407 III AVI South Pliant 357.6886 or 397-444S ;