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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 9

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fordiques |core Early n 4-1 Win Ily The Associated Press iifio is as import ant nn ele- r'tit. in Imckoy n« flicks nnd latc.H, aiul the Quebec Nor- qucs didn't wnslo much time uring thoir 4-1 triumph ever Indianapolis Rnccrs in lorld Hockey Association piny mlny nitfhl,. •Alain Cnron opened tno Quei- scoring fit 8:02 of the first od, nnd Serge Bcrnicr tall- fcl just six seconds Inter to nrt'tlic Nordiques on the way, rioulo nnd Dale Hogan|n wen; the oilier scorers as iiebec opened its .season. Jn other WUA. games Sunday glil the Cleveland Crusaders the Phoenix Hoadrunners 4- f'lhc Toronto Toros defeated Michigan Stags 4-3, and the ancouver Blazers topped the hfcago Cougars 3-1. McDonough scored two of three goals during a three- bal Crusader outburst within I- seconds of the first period, k Cleveland had to settle for flic Phoenix came back to tie goals by Michael Cormier, |hn Gray, Don Borgeson, and iurray Koegan. ; feeder Wayne Dillon tallied Ith less than two minutes re- inining to help the Toros beat Stags for their third victory as many games, Toronto llted Michigan goalie Gerry siardins with 47 shots, while fe Stags managed just 20 on is Binkley in the, Toro goal. Uzechuslovakian defector idav Nedomansky, Tony btherstone and Guy Trottier Id the other 'goals for Toronto, flile Fred Speck, Gary Vener- zo and Ed Johnstone scored Michigan. . | V e t e r a n John McKenzie [>red a power play goal at Gf;37 of the third period to eak a 1-1 tie, and the Blazers |nt on to a Cougars. Saturday's eveland 3, Saints 1; Schigan 1, |ego 6, Houston 2. 3-1. victory over WHA results: Minnesota Fight- New England 2 overtime; San NHL Clubs Blanked; Tony Gets No. 48 By The Associated Press It hasn't taken long for the Washington Capitals to sample the bitter taste of a National Hockey League shutout. In their six-game NHL history, Washington has been blanked twice — most recently by a 5-0 score against the New Islanders Sunday night. York Yel if it Is any consolation to the infant Capitals, they were in pretty good company as three other, older clubs suffered the same fate, Chicago's Tony Esposito whitewashed the Minnesota North Stars 6-0, Gilles Gilbert led Boston's Bruins to a 5-0 victory over the California Gloedn Seals, and Vancouver's Gary Smith stifled the New York Rangers 1-0. In other NHL games, the Montreal Canadlens and Phila- delphia Flyers played to a 2-2 tie, the Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Maple Leafs tied 5-5, and the Atlanta Flames topped the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1. It took long enough for the Islanders to taste the sweetness of a shutout victory. New York, in its third NHL season, had played 160 games before making the Caps the victims of a shutout. No. 1. Billy Smith made 24 saves and got support- Ing goals from Bob Bourne, Ernie Hicke. Billy Harris, Ralph Stewart and Rick Fortler in the Islander victory. Tony Esposito's shutout triumph was the 48th of his career and second this season. Jim Pappin scored a goal and assisted on four others to give Esnosito all the help he needed. Tony's brother Phil scored a LA Fights Denver Image for Games [alone Gets bldwell Education ffBy Thu Associated Press !Sg& oses Malone jumped tljfeight from high school into $m?- American Basketball Asso- J^afton, but the 19-year-old nul-• 'tliohaire is still getting an cdu- One of his teachers u Caldwell. by veteran Joe Gala- defensive maneuvering st Makme, the Spirits of Louis defeated the Utah 's 116-109 Sunday night 's prize rookie scored only points. , "He's a great prospect, nes ig to be a great player, Caldwell. 32, one of the lA's top defensive players, at Malone, who shot two for from the field in 28 minutes ;h nine rebounds. 'Mainly it was just keeping ball away from him," said .dwell, a 10-year pro. I ted to see what he'd do ;hout the ball in his hands, didn't move well. But I ik that's something all ,kies have to learn — not it Moses." ookie Fly Williams of St. is scored 24 points, 16 in the jal quarter. And Caldwell jipped in 18 points and seven isists. [Only 3,501 spectators watched Spirits, who play in the 17,l-seat St. Louis Arena, win Sir first game since pulling it of Carolina. The travel- ry Stars, 0-3, gladly quit the d. the only other games on, ABA schedule Sunday, Ken- iky beat Indiana 101-92 and in Diego downed New York i-110. the National BaskeDball isociation Sunday, Seattle t Cleveland 100-93 and Kan- City-Omaha topped Los An- les 105-95. !entucky led by Dan Issels points, held off a late surge Indiana for the triumph. We run our stuff and it Just happened that tonight \ it nt to Issel," said a pleased ie Brown, the new Colonels iach. Indiana reserve Billy light scored 27 points in the me. . 'he Q's opened before 6,875 ,.s in the San Diego Sports •ena. trouncing the Nets with strong finish. .. an Diego's Travis Grant, 44 onts, outgunned New York's ius Erving, 37 points — but ;ly 11 of them in the second If fcoach Bill Russell of Seattle pleased with the 31-pomt jrformance by Fred Brown, ho personally sank Cleveland. Hle's a great shooter,", said ssell of Brown, 26, a roam- guard with a keen eya. 'lien we need the points, he :es over and gets the points. Los Angeles. Nate" Willis of Kansas City-Omaha ,nk four decisive baskets ear- in tU: fourth period against Lakers. :t happend after LA, which id trailed by 17 points in the ird period, tied the game 76- in a futile comeback effprt. Satin-day's ABA scores: Den |r 111. New York 103; San An- lio 114. Memphis 94; and Vir- }ia 94. Utah 92. the NBA Saturday: Kansas (ty-Omaha 94, Phoenix 91; pston 113. Buffalo 95; PhiJa [iphia 99, New York 86; Afc- tita 118, Houston 112; Wash- iton no, New Orleans; 92; hicago 87, Milwaukee' 70: plden State 113. Cleveland Dj an4 Detroit 122, Portland VIENNA (AP) — U.S. Olympics enthusiasts will try to hammer home a simple message to Olympic chiefs this week — "Denver won't happen again." Los Angeles is bidding against Moscow for the Summer Olympics of 1980. Lake Placid, N.Y. is making an unopposed application for the Winter Games. Both American delegations know they have to live down the memories of Denver, Colo., which was awarded the 1976 Winter Games and pulled out two years later after a state referendum. That did the U.S. image no good in the eyes of the International Olympic Committee, which starts its meeting here today. IOC members - have already said privately they must guard against a repetition of Denver. "Impossible," said Los Angeles Councilman Donald D- Lorenzen, one of hia city's presentation team. "The state laws of California are different from those of Colorado. Under Californian law, no contract that has been signed can be invalidated by a referendum. "Anyway, public opinion polls have shown that 71 per cent of the citizens of Los Angeles want the city to host the Olympics." "Impossible," said Lake Placid's John Shea, a double gold medalist in speed skating when the Winter Olympics were last held in Lake Placid in 1932: "We have all our facilities ready and need to do nothing that would affect the environment and cause controversy. And we have full financial backing from both the federal and state governments." President Ford has written a letter to Lord Killanin, president of the IOC, emphasizing that what happened in Denver could not be repeated if Los .Angeles and Lake Placid are awarded the 1980 Games. The applicant cities are expected' to go before the IOC Tuesday to present their plans and show films. A decision is not likely before Wednesday. goal to help Gilbert cement the Bruins' shutout before 14,648 at Boston Garden — the first non- sellout at the 15,003-seat arena in 47 games. R had been 83 contests since the Rangers were blanked at their Madison .Square Garden home, going back to March 23, 1972, when Gump Worsley beat them 5-0. But Gary Smith stopped 33 shots and Garry Monahan scored at 14:33 of the first period before the defense took over and beat the New Yorkers. The Canadiens took a 2-0 lead into the late stages of the second period, but couldn't preserve a shutout for Ken Dryden. Yvon Lambert and Yvan Cournoyer put Montreal in front, then the Flyers came back on a goal by Bob Kelly and one by Rick MacLeish midway through the final period. Tom Lysiak scored one goal and set up three others to pow er the Flames past the Penguins, who had taken a 1-0 lead on a tip-in by Nelson DeBene- det. Buffalo's Gilbert Perreault scored with 1:35 left in the game — less than 90 second* after Blaine Stoughton had given the Maple Leafs the lead to lift the Sabres into a tie. Saturday's NHL scores: Rangers 4, Islanders 2; Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3; Montreal 5, California 1; Detroit Red Wings 6, Washington 4; Los Angeles Kings 3,- Kansas City Scouts 0; Vancouver 5, Toronto 4; Chicago 3, St. Louis 2 Buffalo 2, Minnesota 1. Sport Shorts ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — A victory at the • third International Motocross race at Road Atlanta has moved Belgium's Roger DeCoster into the lead in the Trans-American series sponsored by the American Motorcycle Association. DeCoster picked up $20,000 in Sunday's edition of the nine- race series with 360 points. Defending series champion Adoll Weil of West Germany took the second slot. Looks Like a Standoif From an awkward position, Minnesota North Stars goalie Fern Rivard knocks (he puck away from control of Chicago Black Hawk)?' Dick Redmond during second period Sunday night in Wirephoto) Chicago. (AP Cardinals Hold Off Rally To Down Houston, 31-27 HOUSTON (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals turned Houston Oiler bobbles into a 31-27 victory Sunday and returned home as the only unbeaten team in pro football. Houston took a brief lead in the first quarter on Mike Montgomery's eight-yard touchdown catch frmm Dan Pastorini and Skip Butler's 28-yard field goal. Then during the next two quarters, Houston fumbled three times and the Cards turned two into touchdowns and the third into a field goal. Quarterback Jim Hart handed off to Jim Otis for the Cards' first touchdown in the first quarter on a one-yard run. In the second quarter Hart threw touchdown passes of six and 40 yards to former University of Houston star Earl Thomas, with each TD following a Houston fumble. That gave St. Louis a 21-13 halftime lead. Jim Bakken's 25-yard field goal in the fourth quarter came after another Oiler fumble for a 31-13 advantage. "The only way we're going to beat any team is on maximum effort in every play," St, Louis Coach Don Coryell said. "7/e need maximum effort ... This was a very important win over Houston. I thought we would play a good game. I don't know that we didn't." Donnie Anderson Louis' final TD m quarter and the scored St. the fourth Cardinals needed it when Houston rallied for two fourth quarter scores, both on one-yard plunges by fullback George Amundson. Houston quarterback Pastorini completed 26 of 40 passe» for 354 yards and the Oilers finished with a total of 439, total yards compared to 345 for St. Louis. 9 The Leavenworth Times, Monday, Oct. 21, 1974. pull you thru! Buy 2 AtlaSfcSnowTtires and your participating Standard Dealer will give you a Gift Membershipt in the Amoco Motor Club to give you total motoring protection in the coming months " ,. ,.,.-.,.--,::-,--'-'!iM!.-:j,-in;i!it.'^:!ii:i^a;^^^MfaUMtKUUtt^^^t^ GIFT MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES .EMERGENCY ROAD SIRVWE . UOAl DEFENsS SERVICi . 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