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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaPound for Pound mile for mile you cannot buy better car than a Volvo the car with the reputation. Matthon motors it. 574 Erin or. Ave. Thursday december 3, 1970 ports news pages 59-76 that St that butt Star Brite diamonds under it charge accounts a uttam nil summaries new York 4 St. Louis 2 first scoring. Sabourin Sil second new York Irvine 7 Morton penalty Wall St third new York Stewart 2 Stemkowski 3. St. Lor Entz 2, 4. New York Ratelle 13 Stewart Park 5. St. Louis Roberts 6 Sutherland Sabourin a. New York Balon 12 Tkaczuk by shots in foal by St. 7 11 new 10 11 St. Louis Villemure new York. Murre a Pittsburgh 3 first period no. Scoring. Hextall pit Woytowich pit Houle m4-44, Harbaruk pit Harper m Harper m Watson pit Tardiff m second period-1. Montreal i 8 Cournoyer Mahovlich a Pitts i Burgh Schinkel 11 Morrison polls i 3. Pittsburgh Harbaruk 5 j Schock 4. Pittsburgh Schinkel 12 polls Mccallum i. Mont real Cournoyer 14 Redmond pit la m Sather Tardif m majors Morrison pit Mahovlich m third Montreal Mahovlich 11 Cournyer Tardif penalties if Redmond m Lapointe m Harbaruk pit shots on Geal by Montreal 4 10 Pittsburgh 11 18 7-34 Montreal b i n k i e a Pittsburgh. Toronto 7. Los Angeles 0 first period Roll Toronto Stifler 3 Harrison Otte la Pulford la Glennie t Umman t second period-2. Toronto Ellis 6, 3. Toronto Keon 11 Armstrong penalties Harrison t. Pelyok third Toronto Keon 12 Macmillan 5. Toronto Keon 13 Toronto Ellis 7 Harrison Dorey 7. To Ronto oilman 11 Armstrong i penalties Henderson t Sittler t shots m by los Angeles 8 14 13-35 Toronto 8. 12 12-32 los Angeles plants Toronto. Minnesota 3 California 2 first period 1. Toronto sillier 3 Hampson i Garfield 2. Minne Rousseau 2 Drouin 3. J Minnesota Grant 11 Drouin Goldsworthy min i Mulvin Cal j Secand California Jarrett 7 b. Hicke Vadnais 5. Minne Sota Goldsworthy 2 Grant Drouin Harris min Vadnais Cal Harvey min Tom period no scoring. Penalties he fill Cal Grant min Goldi worthy min major game Misc on min major. Grant min mis conduct Hextall Cal major game mis Featherstone Cal major Barrett min Otal Smith. California Maniago Minnesota. Shots m my by California 12 7 7-26 Minnesota 1710 1-35 Chicago Boston l first Boston Esposito 16 Cassiman Orr 2. Chicago Maloney Martin mohns 3. Chi Angotti 3 Stapleton 4. Boston Esposito 17 Mckenzie Bucyk b mohns c Green b Shmyr c Awrey a Mckenzie a Green a magi son a Pappin Maloney c so Cerf Peried-5. Chicago d. Hull 11 Miklti Koroll 4. Boston Espos Ito ii Hodge 0. Smith penal ties Hodge a Koroll c 0. Smith b third Chicago d. Hull 12 k or Al i Mckenzie a b. Hull c Hodge b major Orr b Magnuson c majors Emfs m Teal to Chicago 8 10 9-27 Boston 10 19 13-42 out Cheevers Boston Esposito spirit of Christmas by _ r s touches City bowlers i by Maurice Smith there s Little to equal the pleasure adults experience while watching the look of Joy and excitement on the face of a youngster open in g a present christinas morning. To fortunately t h e it majority of Manitoba Are secure in the knowledge that again this year they will be Able to enjoy the laughs and shouts of merriment and Delight of their children on dec. 25. But alas there Are Many who won t experience the pleasure unless those who have More of this world s goods come to die Aid of their less fortunate neigh Borsi Christmas is a time when the spirit of giving prevails. In this respect there is no More generous group than the sportsmen and women of Winnipeg and All Manitoba for that matter. They have never been found wanting in the past and we know they will come through again this year. The need for funds As Vii Christmas 1970 fast approaches is urgent. It is going to take a lot of Money if there Are to be christinas goodies on the table arid toys under the tree of every poor family in greater Winnipeg. Always among the fore most to Aid a worthy cause the Winnipeg five pin Bowling association and the metro Bowling proprietors with the assistance of the coca cola company have come up with their own plan to Aid the Winnipeg free press Christmas cheer Board fund. During the week of dec. 6 through 12, league secretaries of All Bowling leagues affiliated with the Winnipeg five Phi Bowling association will receive containers provided by the coca cola people which they will pass among their teams for. A donation to the Christmas cheer fund. The containers will7 be returned to the Bowling Alley proprietors and then picked up and turned Over to the Christmas cheer a Board. The names of the contributing leagues will be published in both the Winnipeg free press and Winnipeg Tribune along with the amount donated by each league. E. A. Lynch president of the win nil Peg five pin Bowling association has written All affiliated leagues urging their fullest support of. This project. The Manitoba Curling association has also asked All it s affiliated clubs to follow a similar plan. Undoubtedly other sports organizations in the City could help the cause with Navel methods of their own. Meantime every Little bit helps and we would ask All sportsmen to Send whatever amount they can afford to Maurice Smith in the spirit of Christ Winnipeg free press 300 Carlton Street. A sums will be acknowledged be they Large or mall. Cheques should be made payable to the free press Christmas cheer. Fund. Receipts will be issued for income tax purposes. Chipperfield Issue raised in commons Ottawa up Manitoba conservative my Graig c. Stewart said wednesday that Canadian Amateur hockey association s slave Market method of signing players should be ended by Federal legislation. Health minister John Munro said the government has been studying the Caha player s card system for some time. An announcement would come when the study ended. Or. Stewart Marquette and Walter Dinsdale Souris raised the matter in re Ferring to player Ron Chipper Field. Suspended by Brandon wheat Kings. Or. Stewart said the player was signed at the age of 15 without his parents con sent. Or. Dinsdale asked or. Munro whether he had received a Telegram from Western Manitoba signed by More than 500 people protesting the suspension. The minister said he had received the Telegram and we Are looking into this fans on shot Billy Macmillan of fan on a shot As los. Angeles Kings goalie Leafs did t need the shot too badly 7-0. Toronto Maple Leafs appears to Jack Morris drops to his Knees however As they trounced the Kings jets Hope John can fill that Gap 0. J finished Buffalo. . A Buffalo Bills of the National foot Ball league said monday that running Back 0. J. Simpson will be lost for the rest of the season because of torn tissue in his left knee. Winnipeg jets have reached into their Reserve Talent Pool in the Manitoba Junior hockey league in an attempt to bolster their defensive brigade for Fri Day s clash with Estevan Bruins. Jet general manager Jimmy Walker announced wednesday that John Bednarski a rugged Rookie with the Myhl s West Kildonan North stars will suit up with the Western Canada hockey league club at the Winnipeg Arena Friday at 8 . Bednarski May be Green by Achl standards but he will find himself in appropriate company along the Jet Elueline. The other four Jet defens Emen who will suit up Friday Are also rookies. The main reason for the move made possible by jets affiliation agreement with the Myhl s South division is the leg injury to the Rock of the Winnipeg defence Neil Komo Doski last week. Bednarski has shown an ability to move the puck up ice in the games i have seen him play with West said Walker. That has been one of our problems to Date and i think he can of scoring statistics mean anything. Bednarski should be a big help. In his last three games the youngster has scored four goals and set up another. Walker also announced wednesday that Utility Forward and defence Man Rich Sedgwick. Has been released to play with St. Boniface saints of the Myhl. Sedgwick had played with saints for the past two seasons and found the transition to the Western Canada league not to his liking. Another Jet has been having his problems lately Wayne Chernecki. The league s scoring Leader was one of six jets to suffer food poisoning at Post Grey cup party last weekend and As of tuesday weighed in at 1c pounds under his playing weight. He will be in the lineup Friday however and quiere is a Strong possibility that Rookie Winger Dave Hreczkosy will also suit up. Rich Sedgwick lick with saints Sedgwick is Back with St. Boniface Al Trestor May have found the solution to his biggest prob Lem As coach of the Manitoba Junior hockey league s St. Boniface saints How to motivate his players for go minutes the solution May be Rich Sedgwick. Released to saints by i folks la Law Ai Well How about that Jack a Clver got so excited Friday sending Marty Kozak and ins wife to the Grey cup Courtesy of Chrysler Canada Ltd that he forgot to include the prices in last monday s and. Marty Wen the trip for being one of the too sales managers in Canada last month Nice going Ole buddy. Here Are a few reasons Why i think you Hojlo try the service of the Good people it Midway Chrysler if your car needs attention. Try them i m sure you la be glad you did Jack Wells. Alt repairs guaranteed 4000 Miles 90 Days we service All Chrysler products regardless where purchased Coyote pc line of Stow Jurres a clearance prices including the of Toter the Uoder Mafe of your automobile sea mss Winter and corrosion with guaranteed 3m undercoating of this very Ype Cut once v Snow tire. S 1m5 insole Cajon and cart of no Caster r. Toe in for and of 5ys90if tace to ensure starting anti Mno mum Fud Economy this Winnipeg jets wednesday. Trestor termed Sedgwick his team Leader Over the past two seasons and is overjoyed to have him Back. Rick does t say too much but he leads by example. I can ask him to play anywhere and he comes through every time. He looks great doing it said Trestor. Whether his return will stimulate the Oft times mediocre Saint into playing the excellent hockey they Are capable of will be evident tonight when Rich suits up for the first time this season with his old team. Tie opposition will be St. J James canadians for the 8 . I clash at Maginot Arena. 1 two other Myhl games will be played tonight with Selkirk steel cars meeting monarchs at the Winnipeg Arena and Kenora huskies travelling to West Kil Donan memorial Arena to meet North stars. Monarchs need a win to ensure retention of first place in the league s sooth division while Korth stars Hope to move into a tie with them by corp hag i a Victory Over muskies with a Monarch loss. The game also Means a lot for huskies who pm seen Damp he Kings and Portage la Prairie terriers pull even with them i a three Way deadlock far the North division Lead. Both these games win also Start at s o clock. 12.js free on All body repair orders 774-4sh k rangers continue Streak by the Canadian press when a hockey team wins most of its games at Home and a fair share of those played on the Road the combination often Means a playoff berth at the end of the regular schedule. New York rangers have been using such a combination to Good advantage since the 1966-67 season made the National hockey league playoffs after missing the four previous seasons. Wednesday night they won another Home game rallying in the third period to defeat St. Louis blues 4-2 and extend their Home ice to 12 games without a wins and three ties. The Victory moved the rangers into a first place tie in the Eastern division with bos ton Bruins who were downed 4-3 by Chicago Black Hawks despite the three goal perform Ance of Phil Espositc the bos ton Centre and nil scoring Leader. Both Boston and new York now have 32 Points on identical records of 14 wins five losses and four ties. Another three goal performer wednesday night was Toronto s Dave Keon who. Scored two of his goals while his team was shorthanded As the Maple Leafs shut out los Angeles Kings 7-0. In other games. Monarca canadians and Pittsburgh pen Guins played to a 3-3 tie am Minnesota North stars Edge California Golden seals 3-2. The Western division blues also had a Streak of their own before their game with the rangers. Unbeaten in their last five games they also had record of seven wins one loss and three ties against East division teams and until wednesday night had lost Only three games All season fewer than any other club in the nil. The blues still have the be Vest losses in the nil but they now must share that distinction with the Black Hawks who Lead the second place blues by six Points in the West. The blues held the rangers in Check for the first two periods allowing them Only one goal a tip in shot by Ted Irvine at of the second period. But in the Nerod Ron Stewart. Jean Ratelle and Dave Balon scored in Quick Succes Sion to offset third period goals by Jim Lorentz and Jim Robt its. Besides Esposito s three goals the Chicago Boston game was marred by a Brawl late in the first period with the score tied 2-2. Both benches emptied after Chicago s Jim Pappin and Bruin defence Man Don Awrey came together at the Chicago Blue line and fists started Fly ing. After tempers cooled referee John Ashley handed out five minute penalties to Awrey John Mckenzie and Ted Green of the Bruins and to Pappin Keith Magnuson and Dan Maloney of the Hawks. Dennis Hull scored two goals for Chicago and the Black Hawks Victory also extended their unbeaten Streak at Home to 13 games. Keon s two shorthanded goals him a total of six for the season and left him just one Short of the nil record of seven shorthanded goals scored in a season by Jerry Toppazzini with Boston during the 1957-58 season. Keon dismissed As stupid any suggestion that he will be out to topple Toppazzini s record when reminded he was hearing the Mark. Discussing his penalty killing assignment Keon said i m not out there to score goals. If i score when the Are it s an if you play it right then you get the he. Said. If you Start gambling for a then they la get a the shutout was the first this season for the Toronto team and the 74th in the career of Toronto goalie Jacques Plante who also played with Montreal new York and St. Louis. Pete Mahovlich s goal on a rebound shot Midway in the third period gave the canadians the tie against the penguins. Ken Schinkel was top scorer for Pittsburgh with two goals. The Minnesota California game also was marred by a fight which resulted in the banishment of Minnesota s Bill Goldsworthy and Dennis Hextall of California from the game. Tom Reid of the North stars and Tony Featherstone of. The seals started the Brawl near the Minnesota nets during a Cali f o r n i a Power play. Both benches cleared As fights erupted with three minutes left to play. Goldsworthy scored the win Ning goal for Minnesota his first in 16 games. In games tonight St. Louis visits Montreal Boston plays the sabres at Buffalo and los Angeles meets the red wings at Detroit. Dominion lumber s pre Christmas Sale i i i i Black and Decker Power tools 10" a Pawl Arm sow Drill w variable sped Drill heavy dirty owns Affef v2" reversing Drill Beautiful pre finished ready to install 4 x 8 mahogany plywood Dominion lumber Supply Centre 13ft Pacific pm tlfr.7511 Iff omd St. Ahl 777-4231 a vim Nome w pts

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