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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Scplomber 30, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Magiwssen Suffers Cut In Fight Canucks Look Sharp Against Hawks By THE CANADIAN PRESS Vancouver Canucks came from behind twice Tuesday night and lied Chicago Black Hawks 2-2 in a hard-fought Na- tional Hockey League exhibition game in Vancouver. The Canucks, making their NHL debut (his season, scored late in the final period when Wayne Maki blasted a slapshot past Cliicago goalie Tony Espos- ito. In other games Tuesday, Oak- land Seals scored four power- play goals, defeating Pliiladel- pliia Flyers 4-2 at Oshawa, Ont., and New York Rangers edged Detroit Red Wings 4-3 lit Kitch- ener, Ont. Lou Angotti put the Hawks into the lead early in the second period when he fired a shot ove Vancouver nolmindcr Gcorg Gardner during a gual-moutl scramble. Andre Boudrios stole the puc from two Chicago dcfencemei] four minutes later and evcnec the score. Gerry Finder converted a Pi Martin pass midway througl COACHES TALK IT OVER Toronto Ma pie leafs' coach John McLellan, left, ond Marcel Pronovost, coach of Tulsa Oilers tal k player shifts Tuesday. Leafs meet Mont- real Canadians tonight at Maple Leaf Gardens. Set To Go Friday Indoor Rodeo Ready All the thrills and spills o rodeo are on tap this weekend at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion as well as a few added ingredients. The 1970 edition of the AH Indian indoor rodeo is slatet for the Pavilion Friday, Satur- day and Sunday and the top Indian rodeo competitors from various parts of Alberta, B.C and Montana are scheduled to compete in the championships Action gets under way Fri- day evening at eight with the same lime set for the start of Saturday's proceedings. Sun- day's action will take place beginning at two o'clock. All major rodeo events will take place in the three-day af- fair with trophies and prize money in each event. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX, C.C.M. VICTORIAVILIE HOCKEY STICKS 1 Over 300 Dozen in Stock 890 AND UP Free Roll oF Tapo wilh every stick. Check us for tha best team pfices in Southern Alberta. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurj. t, Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Soulh Alberta for over 30 years." Competitors will battle for top honors in all-round, bareback, saddle bronc, calf roping, bull riding, steer wrestling, junior and senior barrel racing, boys steer riding, and team roping. While rodeo action will hold a good portion of the spotlight over the three days the or- ganizers have a number of Muffett, Sisler Lose Positions ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals announced Tuesday the rehiring of manager Red Schbendienst for a seventh year and the firing of Cardinal coaches Billy Muffett and Dick Sisler. Schoendlenst has been field boss of the National League baseball club since the resigna- tion of the late Johnny Keane in October, 1964. Muffett had1 been the club's pitching coach for four seasons and Sisler the hitting coach for five years added attractions which will take place during the course of the rodeo. Headlining in the added at- tractions will be Mickey Bagnell a top rodeo clown and bull fit-liter. Most rodeo clowns are train- ed in handling brahma bulls after cowboys have been thrown from them but Bagnell is a trained bull lighter and will get his chance to display his Calents each day at the end of the rodeo action. McGowan Stock Contractors, who will look alter supplying the stock for the rodeo, will bring in El Toro, a Mexican fighting brahma just for Bag- nell. Also on tap each' performance is Joe Saddleback and his troupe of dancers who recently won the world championship. Along with the Saddleback dancers will be a group from the Blood Reserve all under six years of age. Tickets for the event are cur- rently on sale at Doug's, Mar- eel's and Herb's Western Wear. the Uiird period before Mak scored the equalizer. Maki sent Keith Magnussen to tho dressing room for seven stilches to the head after c first-period brawl. Pat Quinn Canuck defenceman, was ejected from the game for con- tinuing his light with Cliff Ko- roll. The tie was Vancouver's sec- Cadman Handed Fine RED DEER (CP) Alt Cad- man, coach of Red Deer Rust- lers of the Alberta Junior Hock- ey League, was fined 525 and centre Terry Wedderburn sus- pended for the opening game )f the season as a result of an incident m an exhibition game in "Edmonton Tuesday night. Several Red Deer players left he bench in the game against Edmonton Movers in an at- tempt to reach heckling fans. Ian McKenzie of Leduc, vice- president of the league, said to- day Cadman was fined for not keeping his team in control and Wedderbum, a four-year veteran of the team, was sus- jended for leading the charge nto the stands. Teams from our league lave been involved in six cx- libition games this year and we've had trouble in four of he said. "We will not condone tliis type of conduct t's got to be nipped in the bud." Red Deer defeated Edmon- on 6-3 in the Tuesday night Jame. McKenzie also said John 7hapman, coach of Lethbridge Sugar Kings of the AJHL will be reprimanded for his conduct m two earlier games in Leth- iridge. The league's 50-game sched- ule starts Saturday. The Movers will be in Leth- bridge Saturday evening at the Arena at as the 1970-71 Al. nerla Junior Hockey League :eason gels under way. Kings have played a pair of ixhibition games lo date and lave tied both of them. They rattled to an 8-B draw with tfount Hoyal Cougars and then ield the Calgary Centennials to a 3-3 stalemate. Sunday afternoon at two i'clock the Sugar Kings meet Edmonton Maple Leafs. The ilher teams in the league be- iides the Kings, Hustlers, Hovers and Maple Leafs in- clude Ponoka Stampeders and Mount Royal. ond In seven exhibition games. They have four losses and one win. Chicago has three losses, one victory and one tie. Dcfcnceman Ron Slackliouse scored two Oakland goals and Tony Fealherslonc and Randy Rota added others. Jean Guy Gcnc'ron scored the Flyers' goals. Philadelphia look 22 of Hie 30 minor penalties called in the game. Both learns now have won four and lost two exhibition games. APPS SCORES TWO Rookie Syl Apps Jr. scored two goals as New York posted its fourth victory to go with two losses and two ties. Vic Hadfield and defenceman Larry Brown also notched New York goals. Frank Mahovlich tallied twice for the Wings wilh Gordie Howe gelling the oilier. Centres Wall Tkaczuk and Jean Ralelle, all-slar defence- man Brad Park_and Hadfield returned to the Ranger lineup after a two-week suspension for refusing to play New York's prc-scason games. Emile Francis, Ranger's gen eral manager-coach, will mee with Ihe players' represenla lives at Toronto today in an ef fort to settle contract disputes. Elsewhere in the NHL, de- fenceman Serge Savard Montreal Canadiens Tuesday re ceived permission from club doctors to speed up his rehabi litation programs. SAVARD COMES BACK Savard suffered a broken right leg in a game against New York last March. He had been skating'once a day for the lasi two weeks. At Peterborough, Ont., Punch Imlach, general manager-coach of Buffalo Sabres, said defence- man Al Hamilton and forwards Skip Krake and Cliff Schmautz would miss t h e Sabres' NIIL opener against Pittsburgh Pen- guins Oct. 10 because of inju- Hamilton is recovering from a iroken foot suffered in a train- _ camp scrimmage, Krake broke a finger in an exhibition SELECTION OF Centennials Drop Bruins CALGARY (CP) Left- winger Murray McNeil opened nd closed the scoring Tuesday night as Calgary Centennials ripped Estevan Bruins 5-3 in i Western Canada League ex. libition hockey game played icfore fans. The Centennials led 2-1 after he first period; the teams were tied 2-2 after the second nd the Centennials outscored he visitors 3-1 in the final pe- iod. Centennials and the Bruins ill meet again Thursday eve- ing in Taber. This game will nark the second game in a 12- ame Western Canada League xhibition series planned for le new Taber Civic Centre. Game time in Taber Thurs- ay is jame with Detroit and Schmautz is recovering from his second groin injury since camp opened Sept. 9. Vikings Interested MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Min- nesota Vikings, who lack an ex- perienced backup quarterback because of the salary holdout by Joe Kapp, are negotiating with free agent George Mira. "We've talked with Mira and talked with his said Jim Finks, genera; manager of Hie defending National Football League champions. "We're interested in bringing him up here, but not until his contract problems are solved." Mira was released before the regular season by Philadelphia Eagles. He cleared waivers and became a free agent. However, he was reported to have a two-year, no-cut contract for from the Eagles. Whatever salary he would be paid by another team would be deducted from whar the Eagles owe him. Mira, 28, is a six-year veteran of the NFL, mostly as a backup quarter to John Brodie of the San Francisco 49ers. Because of Kapp's holdout, Gary Cuozzo has taken over as the Vikings No. 1 quarterback ant" led the team to victories over Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints. But behind Cuozzo, the Vi- kings have only young Bob Lee, who has thrown only 11 passes in his one year with the team. WILL PLAY-Tim Tolleslrup !s back in southern Alberta and will play with the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Chi- nooks this season. Guy Returns The wheels are In molion for the 1970-71 basketball season in Lethbridge and some of the biggest news comes out of the University of Lelhbridge. II. was earlier announced I :iat Logan Tait would be handling the chores of coach of the Uni- versity Chinooks as they em- bark on their second season in Western Canada Inter-Col- legiate Athletic Association Basketball League. Tuesday afternoon Tait, in an informal gathering at the Uni- versity of Lelhbridge, an nounced he had six returnees :rom last year who will be out the club and also that Tim Tollestrup would be wearing Chinooks' colors Ciis year! Tolleslrup was an outstanding lerformer for Ihe Raymond Comets in high school and then- received scholarship to Utah Stale University where he play- ed for two seasons. Tollestrup, who will be a tre- mendous asset to the club ac- cording to his new coach, re- urned to Lelhbridge lo further lis .education. Chinooks, it was also an- nounced Tuesday, will see their !irst action Oct. 11 and 12 when hey meet the K. K. Rabotnicki earn from Skopje, Yugoslavia in a pair of exhibition games. The Canadian Amateur As- ociation announced Tuesday hat the Yugoslavian team would play 14 games in Can- ada on a cross-country tour. Chinooks will meet the trav- illers in Lelhbridge Oct 11 and hen will travel to Taber Tor (he econd game the following eve- ning. In the meantime Peter Koo bin, Bill Magierowski, Randy Jilner, Brian Sanders, Petei Haig and S'cott Whitelaw .will 56 back for another season yilh the Chinooks. CAN'T STOP FIGHT ATLANTA (AP) Gov. Les- er Maddox of Georgia cannot )locfc the scheduled heavy- veisht boxing match here Oct. 26 between Cassius Clay and ferry Quarry. Stale Alt'ornev- j General Arthur K. Bollon ruled JI Tuesday. Regular to 79.50 YOUR CHOICE ALTERATIONS EXTRA To Clear Tice Selection Of Dress and Casual Selection Of :ersi Reduced To Clear AT ONLY Edmonton Defensive Back JVears Record Rookie Quarterbacks Help Says Wydraney EDMONTON (CP1 What does a defensive halfback who is closing in on the Canadian Football League record for pass interceptions wish lor? "fl o a k i e says John Wydarcny of Ed- monton Eskimos. "You can read them they look for the receiver." A case in point was John Eckman of Hamilton Tiger- Cnls, who substituted for in- jm-cd veteran Joe Zuger hi a game against the Eskimos Sept. 26. Eckman had six passes in- tercepted. Wydareny got one, his 10th of the season, and moved to within one intercep- tion of the CFL season record he now shares with Don Suth- erin of Argonauts. Tho inexperienced quarter- back, says Wydarcny, will throw to the primary receiver 90 per cent of the time and "will seldom find a secondary receiver." It's a different, story with the veterans, such as Ron Lancaster of Saskatchewan Roughriders, "Lancaster keeps going like this." Wydar- cny said, moving his head rapidly from side (o side. "You used to be able to read Keeling (Jcny Keeling of Calgary Stampeders) but now lie's looking off." QUARTERBACKS HELP Quarterbacks also help de- fensive backs by lending lo favor a certain receiver. "You can usually tell from the pat- tern who the potential re- ceiver will be." On broken plays, where the defensive line forces the quarterback lo scramble, "you pick up a man wilhin your area and slay wilh There have been a flock of inlcrcoplions Ihis season, but Wydarcny says pass defend- ers arc "doing notliing really new." "I guess it's because there are so many new quarter- backs, and all the teams are emphasizing Ihe pass." Wyckireny, 29, who vras bom in Hearst, Ont., and played college football at the University of Western On- tario, says it look four profes- sional seasons for him to learn his craft. Wydareny was drnflod by Toronlo Argonauts in He spent three years wilh the Ar- gonauts, then was traded to Edmonton. The Eskimos appear to have developed offensive whipped Hamil- ton tilings are eas- ier for Wydareny, who plays the safely position. "We (the defence) used to be on the field GO to 70 ccnl of Ihe time, but the off- ence has earned more of Ilia load in the last five As the last line of always plays to Ihe strong side of the opposing formation. In a man-to-man formation he de- cides with Lhe halfback, Dick Dupuis or Jim H e n s h a 11, which receiver he will cover, then goes straight back wilh his man. WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE HOCKEY ACTION TABER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAY, OCT. 1st P.M. ESTEVAN BRUINS vi CALGARY CENTENNIALS MONDAY, OCT. 12th P.M. SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS MED. HAT TIGERS ADVANCE TICKET SALES LETHBRIDGE: SAFEWAY STORE, 13lh Si. and 3rd J. TABER: ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUGS SUPERMARKET FOOD BAR Values to 12.95 Consisting Of SHOES SHIRTS PANTS SWEATERS S3.00 TABLE Values to 10.00 Consists Of SHIRTS KNITS BOYS' PANTS HIGA'S MEN'S BOYS' WEAR 406 13th Street North Phone 327-7610 ;