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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba42 Winnipeg free press tuesday december 15, 1970 oilers win wild one in Brandon Brandon special Edmonton Oil Kings battled to 9-4 win Over the Brandon wheat Kings Here monday in a game punctuated by a wild first period Brawl. Referee Bill Mcdonald o Winnipeg handed out six Gam misconduct in the dying min utes of the first period and then sent both teams to the Dressin room Early to Cool Down. The final minute and 16 seconds was tacked on to the second period. Edmonton s Doug Kerslake who received a game misconduct with four other players at of the first period was taken into custody by Brandon City police. Kerslake was alleged to have struck a Youthful fan on the neck with his stick after receiving a major penalty at of toe first period. Between the first and second periods police arrested these cond year Oil King player and charged him with assault occasioning bodily harm. Kerslake however was later released on his own recognizance until dec. 21. The fan allegedly struck by Kerslake was taken to Hospital and later released. The ruckus started with an apparent Cross checking penalty and proceeded to involve players both on and off the ice. Edmonton s Derek Harker was ejected earlier when he threw a Brandon player s stick into the crowd. Don Kozak Doug Bentley and Dan Spring paced the winners with two goals each and team mates Ron Malin Kerslake and Dave Kryskow got singles. Derek Kuntz scored twice for Brandon and Glen Mikkelson and Terry Marshall got one goal each. Brandon the Oil Kings 43-37. Summary first period 1. Edmonton Kryskow 2. Kerslake Spring Roto penalties Kerslake major Smith Neale majors Marker Gams misconduct Morris ones Morris Jones Kerslake Chernos Neale game mis conducts second period 3. Edmonton Bent Ley Smith 4. Brandon Marshall 5. Edmonton Malin Kryskow Kozak t. Brandon Mikkelson 7. Edmonton Kozak Kryskow Malin 8. Edmonton Bently 9. Edmonton Kozak 10. Edmonton Kozak penalties Melnyk third period 11. Brandon Kuntz Marshall 12. Brandon Kuntz Pentland 13. Edmonton Spring Roto penalties Coxworth Kozak shots on goal by Edmonton 12 18 Brandon 14 17 12-43 attend act jets hit the Road by Reyn Davis ask Nick Mickoski which Road game his jets played Best this season and he keeps bring ing up the Winnipeg club s Only tie a 4-4 Effort in Regina oct. 23. The Guys really says Mickoski. For 60 minutes we played Good hustling hockey the kind you like to play every time you re on the Road. But that was before our Bubble burst and the boys began to re Alize just How hard we would have to hockey Manitoba Junior Portage at West Kildonan 8 . Manitoba or. B St. James at River Heights . South a item Morris at Altona t . Jet nil Morse place is. Isaac Brock 8 . Norberry is. West Kil Donan . Both games at Sargent Park Brooklands sir John Franklin t . Silver Heights Sturgeon Creek is. Crescent Wood . Both games at Grant Park Transcona at West Kil . A Matt trans Ora is. Earl Gray . At Grant Park Westen Isaac Brock . It Sargent. Chur Wii at Daniel Mic Elmwood at sifter fret it Gamut games 4 . And varsity useful gifts for the Motorist at genuine tonight the jets return to Regina to play the pats in the old but proud stadium which has spawned some of the West s finest Junior hockey teams. Namer like Billy and Ernie Hicke red Berenson Terry Harper Bob Turner Eddie Litzenburger and Lorne Davis have All made or Are still Mak ing their Mark in hockey. Few teams in the Western Canada hockey league Are As historically Rich As the pats. Certainly not the jets Mere up starts with Only three graduating classes. Today the pats Are trying to recover some lost prestige As indicated by their rather miser Able record tonight their chances of los ing to the jets Are so Good even Regina fans probably consider them underdogs. P r e g a m e notions interest Mickoski and if asked he might consider his club s chances of coming out of re Gina with the two Points even better than oct. 23. We were a bit of a Flash in the pan last says Mickoski the Man who Cele Brates his first full season behind the jets Bench next week. This time we will give an honest account of ourselves. We were under a false Confidence then. Like a golfer who opens the season by play blackballed from a vat Sample roasts Rozelle Cleveland a Johnny Sample former All pro defensive Back told reporters Mon Day that if a Federal grand jury investigating the National football league indicts anyone it should be nil commissioner Pete Rozelle. But he added i Don t think anyone should go to jail be cause of Sample testified monday be fore the jury citing alleged Blac Balling practices by the league which he claims practices racial discrimination. I think there s going to be some court action Sam ple said. I Don t know what form. Four Way deadlock for gals while Transcona was Idle East St. Paul West Kildonan and we twin crowded Back into first place with Transcona in the zone a standing of the metro women s inter club curl ing league play. Grain Exchange with just a split managed to move three Points out in front in zone a zone c is a two rink race now with Deer Lodge holding a slim one Point Lead Over Rossmere while the business girls of zone d got unt racked with Grain Exchange holding a two Point i think they the jury Are trying to Hurt anyone in the he added. I think the grand jury is trying to improve things for Ball Sample said he knows he was blackballed from the nil. I know i was blackballed cause i was the former new York jets defensive Back said after emerging from the jury room. I Don t know Sample now a 33-year-old restaurateur and ticket Agency owner in Philadelphia contends there was a secret Boycott that forced him to the jets and out of the league. He was Cut by Washington in 1965. Sample said he was told by coach buddy Parker of Pitts Burgh Steeles during contract negotiations after the 1961 sea son that Black football players Don t deserve As much Money As White Ball the jury is looking for Possi ble anti Trust violations in nil operations and has been concentrating on owner player relations in a search for possible illegal restraints of Trade. Conviction on restraint indictments could bring a Fine of up to and a jail term of up to one year. Sample said "99 per cent of his testimony to the jury re Peats assertions in his recent Book in which he blasted nil commissioner Pete Rozelle and remitting meth ods were used to exploit Black College players. Sample played with Baltimore Colts Pittsburgh and washing ton before switching to the jets in the american football league for the 1966-68 season. The jury spent four Days in november hearing testimony from nil club officials and former players including former Cleveland players Ber Nie Parrish and Walter Beach both of whom have contended they were blacklisted. Lions Roar past rams los Angeles a de troit Lions swept by los Ange Les monday night 28-23 to give the rams playoff Hopes a severe Jolt and keep themselves in the running in the hectic National football league race. A crowd of jammed memorial coliseum to see the nationally televised contest but Detroit with a brilliantly balanced attack dominated the game for three quarters and stood off a belated ram. Chal Lenge in the final Quarter. The result left los Angeles with an 84-1 record a full game behind san Francisco 49ers in the National Confer ence West and left Detroit still with Chance to reach the playoffs As the runner up in the Lead Over civic Caley. Standings from Down under it s summer in Australia where 16-year-old Vicki Reid hails from so she has journeyed to Winnipeg to continue her figure skating training under her former pro Desira Macdonald at the Winnipeg Winter club. Holder of the australian Gold medal in Junior Competition Vicki plans to try for the Canadian championship during her six month stay in Canada. When she and her family return to the sunny shores of Sydney she plans to enter the australian National championships and if successful she will go on to the 1972 Winter olympics in Sapporo Japan. Figure skating s final placings Pis. Ing a great game then forgets to practice As Bis game gets steadily the jets according to Mic Koski Are Down to Earth. Their heals Are on the ground be cause their noses have been rubbing the Grindstone. Mickoski does t make Many promises but feel cer Ain hockey team is approaching a level of consistency Aad for Regina fans that following Are the final placings in the Manitoba Section a figure skating championships held in Brandon Over the week end juvenile ladies 1. Kathy Mclntyre f Lin flan figure skating club 2. Lorelei Rahnefeld Brandon figure skating club 3. Carole Kent Brandon figure skating a Tab 4. Anita Heppt Winnipeg Winter club 5. Jill Welch Winnipeg figure skating club 4. Barbara Sta Stook Brandon figure skating club 7. Alison me Cukla. Winnipeg Winter club t. Kim Quinton Winnipeg Winter club v. Am for december Only Tim Ritaa Witt Thi who Sau poll of Acme Auto Supply Balmoral Cious Winnipeg team this time. Scorbin a airs Che Necil m 97 d r. Butler 71 31 him v Mcconechy 12 24 Kem Adeski ii at 11 Malinowki 13 ii 31 22 21 g. Butler 11 s u Thomson 4 f 13 a Ewonchuk 2 10 12 Hreczkosy 5 11 Dick 3 3 Legge 5 s Chicoyne 0 Windatt 0 0 e o e meet the world Curling champs at the Bay wednesday december 16th Between 12 Neon , s and fun. Yoo a see meet and talc to Corfino Champ Fem Bee Ger Ron Northera Ernie rec Fearbow and Don do Good see them Hie second floor sporting goods. Son o Brien Moran Brandon figure skating club la. Sharon Earp Winni Peg Winter club 11. Eleanor Huppe Winnipeg Winter club 12. Karen Bort Hokk Winnipeg figure skating club 11 Jackie Ericsen Winnipeg figure skating club u Debbie Lewis Winnipeg figure skiing club is. Patty milanese Winnipeg Winter club it Nancy Bowman flin ton figure skating 17. Linda Hewins bran Don figure skating club Debbie Mccurdy Winnipeg figure skating club if. Brenda Humenny Portage to Prairie figure skating club 30. Sherry a Raycsuk. Winnipeg figure skating club 21. Sandra Gilbert Portage to Prairie figure club 30. Sherry Kravehuk figure skating club 31. Sandra Gil Bert Portage la Prairie figure skating juvenile men 1. Murray Cany to Ninon figure skating Cutak 2. Miner Portage to Prairie figure skating club 1 Boris Pstrak Dauphin figure skating club 4. Dave Lemyk Winnipeg Winter Novice Sofes 1. Heather Kem Karen Winnipeg Winter club 2. Heather Jean Beaton Brandon figure skating club 3. Laureen Sharratt Brandon figure skat ing club 4. Ricki Atamanczuk bran Don figure skating club 5. Lori Parker Winnipeg Winter club 4. Tracy Karen Kwiatkowski Winnipeg figure skating club 7. Jacqueline o Brien Moran Brandon figure skating club i. Barbara Laidler Winnipeg Winter club. Novice men 1. Alan Cherniak Gimli figure skat ing club 2. Murray Gowanlock bran Don figure skating club. Junior ladies 1. Cindy Earp Winnipeg Winter club i Judy e. Wasp iraqi Winnipeg figure skating club 3. Dawn Baxter Winnipeg Winter club 4. Christine Wilmot. Brandon figure skating club 5. Michele Ardron Brandon figure skating club. Junior men 1. Brian Earp Winnipeg Winter club 2. John Melnyk Winnipeg Winter club. Senior ladies 1. Mary j. Henderson Winnipeg Winter club 2. Nancy Down Winnipeg Winter club 3. Shawnee Turk Winnipeg Winter club 4. Glenna Sharratt Brandon figure skating club 5. Laureen Mcneely Winnipeg Winter club. Novice mixed pairs 1. Cindy Earp Brian Earp Winnipeg Winter club z Wendy Gingera Boris Pulak Dauphin figure skating club. Junior mixed pairs 1. Shawnee Turk Winnipeg Winter club Alan Cherniak Gimli figure skat a club. Ladies pairs 1. Flora Mae Mcneil Kathy Mclntyre flin flon figure skating club 2. Ruth Ball Tannye Winnipeg figure skating club 3. Beverly Berg Linda warms Winnipeg figure skating club 4. Cheryl blight Voromy Grant Oakville figure skating club. Easts. Paul 10 Transcona. 10 West ild. 10 we twin 10 Heather Wildwood 8 mpg. Ladies mpg. Winter club 4 civic Cal 0 zone Grain Exchange 13 fort Rouge 0 10 valour Road 8 Pembina 7 Assiniboine St. Vital 4 Elmwood Zernec Dee Lodge 12 Rossmere 11 Charleswood West St. Paul Victoria 7 East kind. Highlander St. Johns 2 zone d. Bus. Zirli Grain Exchange 7 civic Cal. S Charleswood Wildwood 5 wests. Paul 2 Transcona 0 zone a Macpherson Heather 12, Robinson Wildwood 4. Demetriff Heather 2, Carlson Wildwood 13. Bell. West. Kind. 11, Rolston mpg. Ladles 1. Boyd West. Kind. 12, Houston mpg. Ladies 5. Mcintyre we twin 10, a Enebakk civic Cal. 4. Ridley we twin 12, Roebuck civic Cal. T. Mcmeekin Winter club 10, Stasinec e. St. Paul 11. Pins Winter club 4, Mulder e. St. Paul u. Zwawa Macaw valour Road 10, Stevens St. Vital 3. Stephen valour Road 1. Mac Kay St. Vital 11. Mallett Granite 10, Mcdonald Pembina 7. Medley Granite Keiley p. Pembina 7. Hodgson Grain Exchange 10, Harmen Elmwood 3. Grainger Grain Exchange 3, Buhr e Elmwood 10. Dixon Assiniboine ladies i Brampton fort Rouge f. Lemington Assiniboine ladies a Fletcher fort Russel completes French ski sweep Central division with a 9-4-0 Mark. Detroit scored a touchdown in each Quarter and led at the half 14-3. Quarterback Greg Landry passed for 198 Yard and directed a Rushing attack that gained 179. Ram s roman Gabriel threw for 334 Yards and two touch Downs but the ram running game was held to a Mere net of 47 Yards 14 in the first half. 1 a Estrere Italy a Patick Russel despite an Elbow sprain won the special slalom race monday giving France a sweep of weekend ski Competition. The French who had set out to dominate the 1971 season earlier won the downhill to take Toronto wants 72 cup game Toronto up City coun. Cil Friday decided to bid for the 1972 Grey cup football game and asked the Canadian National exhibition for a study of the possibility of installing artificial turf at the Cne stadium. Already in the running for the 1972 game is Hamilton which plans to expand the stadium there and install artificial turf. The name of Hamilton s stadium was changed wednesday to Ivor Wynne stadium from civic stadium in memory of the former athletic director and Dean of men at Mcmaster University who died nov. 1. He also was a former president of the Canadian intercollegiate athletic Union. The Lead in world cup individual and team standings French women also won the world cup downhill in nearby bar Don Ecchia and their special Sla Lom event. The 24-year-old Frenchman who sprained his Elbow Halfway through his second run Down the 506i-metre slope was clocked in 113.71 on the first with 63 Gates and 57.82 in the second with 60 Gates. Gustavo Thoeni of Italy was nearly a second behind Fol Lowed by Max Riger of West Germany who finished third. The. French Triumph was completed with the fourth and fifth placings of Alain Penz and downhill Winner Henri Duvil lard. Another French Ace world special slalom Champion Jean Noel Auger fell Early in the first run and was knocked out of the race. Austrian Veteran Karl Schranz missed a Gate and dropped out. Two other top austrians also Ivere knocked out of compete Ion in the first run. Harald Roofner and Reinhard Tritscher. Peter Duncan of Sherbrooke uc., finished 14th in 120.40. Keith Shepherd of Lake Louise alta., was 20th in 123.12. Nate Ramsey condition improved Philadelphia Cap the condition of Nate Ramsey 29-year-old defensive Back of Philadelphia eagles of the National football league was described monday As Good. Ramsey was shot in the Chest monday As he headed for a Tav Ern to meet a Friend. Doctors said the Bullet grazed a rib but apparently caused no other internal damage. Ramsey s wife Desiree told reporters that the assailant was a Friend of her husband but she does t know Why he did it. Police said they were seeking the gunman. Pete Retzlaff eagles general manager said he understood the gunman fired three shots at Ramsey As he stood on a Street Corner in West Philadelphia. Hartack hits but Hawley blanked Leask Victoria a Kowaluk w. St. Paul 4. Bailey Victoria i taif w. St. Paul 11. Coulter Houmere 7, Beckel East Kim. 4. Mccaine Rossmere 9, French East kind. Pettie Deer Lodge 12, Macdonald Highlander 3. Atkinson Deer Lodge 10, Connor High Zam 0 business girls Spence civic Cal. 10, Stevenson w. St. Paul 4. Neh civic Cal. A Vandal w. St. Pawl 2. Girl acc Charleswood 9, Martin. Wildwood 4, Quety Charles Wood 1, Dunning Wildwood 11 Oliver Grain Exchange Allen Transcona 8. Cratter Gram 10, Way. Transcona 9. Badminton entry big Miami a Bill Hartack a five time Winner of the Ken Tucky Derby reached Amaer i Milestone monday when be Rode his Winner coming on from last place aboard Roart to i win the seventh race a Tropi Cal Park. Hartack was injured at the Start of the race when Roart hit the Side of the Gate and the rider was unable to pose for the Winner s Circle picture and Par take in a special presentation. He was limping and con planning of a hip injury whih proved ii nut. Hartack 3ft, bomb becomes the fifth american rider to Nave won nees. Bid sane nuke leads win ners of Tofica by Jimmny log at Eddie at Civ wit i and Steve Bitto with sir Corita Kirk wac Wmk Aan 4jm in Peemee. Hawley Only mount monday was a Distant third and he was not listed to ride today. A Good turnout of 140 competitors chased titles Over the weekend in the City and District Badminton championships a t the Winnipeg Badminton club. It was the largest turnout in the history of the event following in order Are the champions runners of aids Consolation winners in the different age groups. Coral games set mar bwn9 y of path Awen a s Ferring Joe Frey is seeing Nee in took be far Wyners ship Tom the 21-5vmr-4n Wonny far on m iks Mitt Thornf real pleasure real Beer. Caring Elsener

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