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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 tut IETHBSIDGE HERAID Monday, ApMI 3, 1971 Tun bridge sels new western. Canada record women's title at Saskatoon nil compk'l'-il a sparkling per form- nrts IVrilrr aiKv M ihe Western Canada Jive pin iKtwling championships. ,j.pc'iMl in Saskatoon j Tht, AlberLaius finished ,-x.miH-m was m Uilli- flve behind Vancouver ]tl iifiCi'egalc standings. i.' L i A: I 'orla, ctominn t cd i of I he key reasons for howlers, had just! tlie slrouc showing was tlie prrforiiKincc' nf I h r women's leam arK'tioivl an oulstand- ini' iH'i'foi'iiKiiii'i.1 by JcaiH'Ue S meet I. ANn cimlrilmlinfi ;i preal ( Tunbridgc on Ilio men's loam. The llr [nur-p.-mie block of i.'. Tlii'ir c'i.chl-gillllc tolal Winnipeg placed sec- ond with while Calgary was ilnrd willi a 3.157 pintail. Mrs. Srnretl'.s games Satur- the load by ,1 navnuv I." Smectl howled li'JIl, 31 2llj. i t h snbstiUilion allinietl lliroiighout. the entire eight- block, the remaining six Bantam Reps take opener Had field fires home 50th narrowest in argin TIIK CANADIAN 1'HESS raisbm-ish Penguins pushed their lurk lo (he limit ami sill] cmersal with a Stanley Cup playuff herlh in their icsi. game of ihe National Hockey League eeasou Ss.nuiay. The Penguins whipped St. Louis Blues 6-1 10 gain a lie in the West Division with Philadel- phia Fivers who lost their last game Sunday on a last-min- ute goal by Buffalo Sabres' Gerry Meehan. The Penguins and Flyers tin- Ished tied uith EG poinU f.'-.j 26 wins and M ties each bl.t Pilts- burgli took foiuHi plr.ce on the slreiigth of three victories iigriinsl Iwo losses the Flyers during the season. Pitls- bnrgli gaincxl a 4-i lie in the last head-on clash with the Flyers Salurriay night to set up the dramatic lasl-game finish. The best-of-Feven quarter-fi- nal series open Wednesday with second m all series Thursday, ilurd games Salur- day and fouj'lh gam-.'s Sunday. PENGUINS MEET HAWKS The Penguins open in Chicago against the Black Hawks while third-place St. Louis oper.s at Minnesota against Iho Stars in the other pairing. Toronto Maple Mho cUnched the last playoff spot in the East Dhision with a 2-1 vic- tory over Now York Hangers Saturday, open against the first-place Bruins in Boston. The Bniins downed the Ijeals W in their last game Sunday while Montreal Canadiens edged New York 0-1 in another playoff preview. The second-place Hangers have home-ice advanl.ige for the first games of their series against Ihe Canadiens. In all series, the loams finish- ing highest in the regular sea- son have home ice advantage for the first (wo games and for Lhe fifth and seventh games, if In other windup games Sun- day, Vancouver Canucks downed Minnesota 4-1 and Chi- cago Black Hawks whipped De- troit Red Wings 6-1. In other Sainrday games, Ihc Car.adiens whipped the Bniins 6-2, Chicago blanked St. 2-0 and Los Angeles Kings downed California (loklen Seals W. MOVED UP FIIOM Less than two mrmllis ago. Pittsburgh niuvcd lo sixth place from Ihe West Division cellar and hung on until the final stretch when California dropped from conter.tinn, leaving [be battle to the Flyers and Pen- guins. But the Penguins continued their flirtalion with elimination and as lale as of the final period in Philadelphia Saturday Miey wore, trailing 4-2. But two minutes later Bobby Ixriler made Ihe score 4-3 and Greg Fob's tipped in Kdrtic Shack's prhot from the point with 47 sec- onds to play to earn Ihc 14 lie. The tie set up (he Penguins- must, win and Myers -must-lose finish Sunday. This time Hie Penguins dirln't wa.sle time and jumped to n 4-1 load in Ire sec- ond period, giving llw Blues lit- tle chance lo Uux-atcn, But the Flyers appeared to lw doing the same thing al Buffalo, taking a Z-n lead midway in the second period. The Sabres came back wilb one goal in the sec- ond ixriod and another midway in the Ihird to tie the game. With just four seconds re- maining. snired on a ,10-foot shot to eliminate the Flyers. Chicago's Bobby Hull and ruins clis nosed game BOSTON' (AP) Bn-ston Bruins rax-ivcd an old friejid for Lhe National Hockey league playoffs that, open hard nosed checking. The Bruins let Toronlo Maple Leafs what (liey in for their Kast semi-final playoff sc- ries OIX.TI in Wrdnrs- day as they rattled Iho off the Iloston Claixlon boards in a ti-i victory Sunday Weekend scorers n.v Tiir: CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Mcmlroal fi New York 5 Afaliovlich 2, h e m a i r c, Roberts, Tardif, Plcau; New 2, Tkiiczuk, Selling, Park. Vancouver A Minncsnla 1 Kllr- tenhRch. Lcmieux, Roudrias; 1'ittslnirfih 6 St. Louis 2 2. liar- banili, Polls, Shack, Hupp; Sc. Louis -Hotinrlo 2. Buffalo n Philarfclpliia 2 Perrcaull, noliert, Meehan; Clarke, Foley. RosLon G Toronto 4 Boston Awrey, Cashman, Green, O 'n e i 1 1 y, Slanfield, Bailey; 2, Trottior, JlacMillan. Chicago 6 Detroit 1 Hull 2, Koroll, Korab, Lacrow, Maggs; De- SATURDAY .Montreal B 'i Larose noyrr, Lapoinlc. Lemaire, Y. Mahovlich, Murdoch; Walton. Toronto 2 New York I Si tiler; Ni-w Pittsburgh 4 Pliilatlrlphia 4 Z, Card- veil, I.cilcr; Clarke 2, Dornhoefer, Ixins- lierry. Chicaijo 2 St. Louis 0 CliicaKo R. Hull, Horde- lean. r.os Angclc-s 9 California i Ixis Angeles CJoring ,T, Pxrnier 2, Lemicux, Back- slrom, MarolLc, Johnson; Cal- ifornia Rhmyr 2, as cadi teaip out il.s To some, il looked just a Ul- tle Uic Cnuus were U'ying to up the and maybe gel Iliorn thinking more about gelling hit tnan gelling Ihe puck. But bolh coitch of the fx-afs and .Jchr-on of (lit; BriiLii.s laiuilir-d oft tlic idea of "i don't think Ihe Uriiin.s can inlimidato anybody." Clancy said, between blr-.s aljout the refereeirg. UK; hell do they have I out there who can iiitimidalc ymi? You tell me Johnson admitted his learn went on Ihe ice with the idea of more physical. WANT TO PHYSICAL "We want lo he physically in a liltie better condition and that's way you do a tutting panic." John.son said. "We- 'vill (ry lo he physi- cal throughout the whole Slan- ley Cup playoffs." But llie idea of frying to in- limxlale Ihc'fs before Llieir fir.sf playoff meeting, .Johnson said: "f woiddn'l say that you could intimidate a learn that's just finished play- ing 78 games.'' Clancy, insisting that the Bruins should have been nailed wilh a few more penal- ties because of llieir tactics, said his team has no special plan against Boston. "We'll jus( try lo do (he bc.-.f we he said. "Rut we'd heller pet heller officiating than this. If v.e don't, il's goofl-hye Charlie." He would make no predic- tions aixnif the .series. "Fel- las, the only flnnjj 1 can prom- ise you is we'll he he said IVew York's Vic Hadfield also stapcd some last-minule dra- matics as each scored hvice Sunday wind up Ihe season with .id Roals. For Hull, if was llie fifth sea- son he hnd scored 50 or more goals while Hadfield made his debut among the 50-goal elite, Phil and Johnny Buryk of llie Rruins and form- Montreal stars Dernie Gcoffrion and ice Richard are the only olhcr players In reach the 50-gaal mark in one season. Hull scored his last two in a four-goal first-period Chicago outburst against rookie Red Win.rrs (Toalie Ar.dy Bnjwn in Hie match at Detroit. HadfieJd heat Montreal goalie Dennis DeJordy fcr his 49th goal in the .second period al New York and picked up his lale in the Ihird period. Hadfield's fcal helped the York fans forget the humil- iation of Iwo Montreal short- handed goals within a 3fi-secoml span in tlie first period that gave the Canadiens a 4-1 lead. Jim heat goalie Ed Giacomin on a breakaway for j one of Ihe short-handed goa and then set up Pele Mahovlich for llie second. The victory pulled Ihc Cana- dieus to one point of the Rangers in the final Jiast Divi- sion standini At Boston, Paul Henderson scored his and :iflth goals of the season to pull Ixiafs into lie wilh llic Bniins hut rookie Terry O'Rielly put Bos- ton back in front lo stay. The win enabled liie Bruins to Ihe league record for fewest losses in a .season, 13, set hy Detroit in The Bruins sal out Rsposilo and Bobby Orr with bruised knees and defenceman Carol Vadnais with a sprained wrist suffered in Montreal Saturday. Ixiafs form UU- mm, Dave Keon and Darryl Sil- lier. Ullman was resting a bruised foot, Sillier a bruised knee and Keon just resting. Sillier was one of the heroes in Toronlo Saturday night when he collected the winning goal against N'cw York to clinch pins, i beila team contributed their ami share. Iloa Salmon of Lethhrulgc rolled games of 220, 177, 208, 258. 220 and 22f> over the two days. Another Lclhbridge bowl- er. Eleanor Dorigalti had games Of 234, IX, 200, 229, 200, Dianne Violini, another bridge trundler, hart scores o[ 25C, 222, 2-10, 202 and 20li mid never really got going. First-y car member Sandra Wcslling of (he city rolled scores of 223, 269, 181, 229, and 220. Also competing were Medicine Hal bowlers. Shar- ollc and Louise Plato. Sliar- utte. who earlier had placed bird in the singles competition chipped in wilh games of 22B, 225. 241. 133 and Mrs. 'lalo had games of 250, 210, 2-12 anil 1M. While the gals wore slealinp most of Hie thunder Gary Tun- bridge, the Lethbridgc cham- pion the past years, was rattling the pins in a brilliant individual performance. Tun- bridge set a new record for a four-game block with a. 1.336. The old mark was held by Bill King of Winnipeg. King's lotal was HOT HAND According to Al Pearson, who made the trip wilh the Tunbridgc could have added lo 1 is total wilh a litlle bit of luck in his third game of (he day Saturday. After games of .117, and 'Affi the I-othbridgc star ran KAMI.OOPS (Spcciall-Lcth- bridge A.C.T. Bantam Heps arc one of 10 (cams left in cham- pionship division play afler Sat- urday's games in the Intenia- Linnal Ranlam Hockey Tourna- menl. An overpowering tlurd per- LOUISE PLATO into a splif and two consccu- Hosts win tournament The first annual LDS Easter InviUilional Basketball Itnirnn- mcnL drew to a successful con- clusion Sulurilay night with Ihe Second Ward being anyUiing bill pct'tcL-L hosts as they captured top honors in their own tournament.. The Lolhlirklge five puller! off a squeaker in I tie final game wilh a victory over MiiKvath. MngriiLh. lowers of their first game Friday, enme hack to Ihump Stilling HI-68 in a Snl- urclay contest afler besting Canary North 65-47 in a mnrning tfamc. Lcthbridge >vent through Ihe two-d a y lourney undefeated, dropping Taber 77-55 and Cal- gai-y Bonavislii B6-67 in early games Salurday. Lcthhi-idge tield a 30-34 half- time lead but saw Magralh tie things up with less than two minules Lo play in the exciting final contest. Jim Toone was the big gun for Lcthbridge as he rammed in 33 pninls in a winning cause, Hivinp him a total of 81 points od attack guvc "lie Uthbridga a 10-1 romping over Poii- aiid, Oregon, who fell apart tfter periods of play. [jctlibridge lidd a 2-0 lead ,or one period and a 2-1 gap iftei1 two. Ron jMoser .started the big scoring spree tallying with his leam shyrl lumdcd early in (he final period. Dul lliinfi tlmt reaHy broke Pm-llmitl's back was when they went short-handed 'or five According lo tourney ruling, a pLnycr who receives two high- sticking penalties automatically serves five mimilcs in the sin- bin ar.d his team will play horlhandcd until the full five mimiloR are served, regardless it llic opposition .scores. During lliis five-minute span Ihe Lcthbrklgc crew blasted in four goals and never looked buck. a'ong Grant Mar- e'.nik ami Kvrdrr scored two gouls in the lop- sided contest white Hob Miles, Cam Mark BaNJi-y and Mike Dcyclnik chipped in wilh solo efforts. During the three periods of play, Dill Ucaton turned aside IG shots while Lcllibridge ham- mered ?or Hand's nctmhxlcr with 37. Beaton, who played brilliant- ly in the Lrlhb ridge nets, stopped a break a-.vay in Ihe second period which gave his teammates a lift. Lethbridgo hit Ihe Ice again this meeting Sarnia, Ontario. 1JKA SALMON record-breaking score with a 3-16. Tn the aggregate standing Vancouver was tops with 7ii points five more than our Southern Alberta Van- couver posted a in the singles. a fifth anrl an eighth in Ihe same cvnnt, third in men's singles and .seventh in the mixed leam event. Xnugg. Southern Alberta was slronr, in the team competition. He-1 sides winning the women's title i the locals placed second in the mixed and fourth in Lhe men's, Tlie mixed team rolled a score of 91 pins off the pace set by Port Moody, B.C. In men's competition the lo- cals were fourth. Vancouver rolled an eirrht-pame of to win. Their total was C-I pins bt-ttiT than British Colum- bia while Central B.C. com- pleted lliat province's domina- tion of the event with a third place finish. Third in the aggregate stand- ings were Brit-ish Columbia with 58 points, followed hy Lhe host Saskatoon leam with 5-1 and Calgary with 46. games. S hay n e (Journey's Jft points lopped (he Magralh marksmen. Lcthbridge players, Bryan MaxuclL, Jim Toonc, Rod PC lerson and Dave Clark were named to the ID-man all star squad. Olhurs named wen Ti Ma- Hnul Wilde and brolhe and Rusty Hollingson of gnith; David George. Taber; (Jleti Johnston, Born vista and Stirling's Spencer ny GAIMIV ALLISON Jlcrahl Slaff Glen Thompson matte him- self right at home Saturday longer thau Thompson In com- pleting his task. Competitors representing 10 colleges and universities (ook Bareback bronc der Ron night in the Lcthbridgc FXhibiU [ion Pavilion find look Ihc around championship lor .second year in a row al Intercollegiate Hotlco. Representing Ihc University: of LVthbridge. Thompson top- Community College was pi-en pod (he calf rcpma event, fcr hlf K00'1 enough second. i OsLrum of Ihe University of Al- j garnered 69 poinls in his j specialty and took the event. Ivans of the wrnppinR up his catch in 1 ,1.1 seconds and pUiced hocojid in Hie slcor wTCsUing, wilh a time HcconcJ.s. fourth place over TMroit. SiUle-r heat Ranger goalie Bob IfnrLoll, Tlillcs V i 1 1 e m u r c when he' R o y fi 1, cripUiiTi pounced on a loose puck left by wrestling laurels, The ladies were busy as well. Kalby Espcy ol Olds took the Keon wlio failed lo score after he and Pierre .farry had a [wo- rn nn breakav.av. honors in Lhe barrel while Kflren Peterson "fii" Mcor i wns 'n liking seconds lo llarlell Jini.slicd second in the roping, ftmr Mirrmd.s racing of the LETHBRIDGE MAGRATH 67 ridqe D Clarh 1. Pels ccl: ID, 33. Hdrkcr, 5. 3, J. cfark Hariiey-49 sfi R. Rolirnpnon B, T. F 12. Karren lo. Harker 15, BnsAerlon, Cour. I 2. Saruia 12 Lclhhridgc 2 Lrthhridjft ACT were rcl- In llic C section of tlrti Kanilnops Ii a n t a in hockey toiirnnmciil hidny by suffer- a setback al Ihe Jin nils of Snrnin Navy H i r k Collk-r and Greg Kcvcdcr scored tlie goals for the locals outshot the Onlario trnm '28-21. Lcthbridge now mrtls T'rirtliml, Ihc tt-ani they whip- pri! in-l in the opening round .Saturday, in their opening game of thp C section Tucs- tlny nfionioon. ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE F-INAL Eail Djviiion Pit !i 13 II 320 30i 17 13 J17 If? 107 At, U 16 307 Ida 31 31 1J Vn 703 M J] 35 10 741 163 71 16 I? 503 il 31 so B ra m Ja Division 44 17 14 ISA 107 37 19 13 313 191 81 ?fl 37 109 .34 33 U 753 tt It 38 14 JOO J34 M 21 3? 18 716 M 20 J? 9 704 3Oi ns Ihc four I h and h ihrgpj and a V-'rjlern Can l-seven fljarrer ry 4 Medicine Hal 3 iclne llfll leads Lc-sl -oP-s Ralelle NY NY h, M 31 -IP BL fi g tying event. the job done The saddle bronc riders had 1 their hancl.s ful] and Llieir sad- 2-1 HOCKEY SCORES ft SI. 1 1 Chicago 6 Dcfrail 1 V-'cilern Red Deer C.TKi.vy Deer le.-irfi Group B PlltilvWgh Los Angel! 3 Sar> Dkqo l V-'sync 3 Po' fil-cMevc-n Venon a sitting pretty Hy TIIK ASSOCIATED I'llKSS AntrHrs Lakers are sil- lm ini; prelly. lioslon Celtics smrs I.mta and New York nl linlli-1 knockori liack sovpral at i can wrap up dles empty when Ihey camo up against llw stock supplied by i Harvey Norlhcolt. Only two saddle hroiu: riders stayed aboard foi Ihe hill 10 seconds with Ken Gritfilh, from the University of Cal- pan', winning the event with a .score of Medicine Hal's Ix-c McKcnxie picked up 5-1 poinUs and Lrailcd in second Another Medicine lint com- petitor, Tom Davics, took Ihe WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KAMATA 1 SITO HE VS BEtAFONTE BABIC ATCHESON OIRLS TITLE BOUT 16 WRESTLERS 51.50 comforlable position mid Milwaukee, holding MMI IMI ,......IMIS York Knicks and Haiti- Pla.vs at C.oldcu Slate, Of John Ilavlicek and Jo Jo more liullef.s arc up lo their old j There were no playoffs in Ihc White to victory over Atlanta, painful poshtro Ino close for i American Basketball Assncia- coinforl. i lion Sunday, but four games '.ere played Sahirday. In the Ivisl, Virginia heat the Kloridi- ni-i In lake a 2-0 lead in "ipprd Kenhir-liv 122-103 m their limner In Division semi- ir.ils, [irnvrr heal Indians lOfi- lo tie the set at l-l and Utah shots Norm Van l.ier paced Ihe j ridinB with a Kl marking. KM-I-, 21 poinls. i ramaert, II of A. was The Celtics rode Ihe sliooting in line, 10 points off the win- Thai's Ihc National Basketball playoff picture Hulls foni f tiM In 7'hc Ccilics look a 2-1 lend in Lhoir Kn.sLun semi-finals by bcstinR AllanUi Hawks 1X-113 And Now York Irimmc-d Balll- morn lio-ftft to cvon thc-ir crn serifs ;A a Ijpical [jL'iyoff set, The MIA liinpcd Dallas IOC-96 to make it 1-0. 'llie Lakers, led by Jerry and Gail Goodrich, moved c'oser to a four-game sweep. West wound up with 31 poinls hd Gor.flrich had 73, i Tlie NiiA playoffs continue I Chamberlain wound up with lr.1 I Tuesday witb liostcn visiting M- 'points for Ihe winners end U'hito got lr> of his 29 poinls in Ihe first quarter and [lavlicok fired in IS of his 31 in (he sec ond. Telr Maravifh Ird Ml.'ir.t.i u-ilh 37 while Wall liel- lamv had 31 ning pace. BKITIM) TFTK C'ML'TKS Familiar rcdco personalities, Kej! Kc'sler, Fred Gliulstonc and Buddy Van Cleave, among Uio TiOO presenL col- Iryia'e roclco is for April P. al Olds a loam ncaded Wilf Ijtpr Iwk Mir wild row Vrnk nn rw lirlmcv] Flalfi- I rarr prr.'iirfcnl. of (lip f bohiiul Wall Krazirr'.s rirl shooting. U'ho finished n game-high 30 poinLs, scored 19 of Ihcm in the first half. Archie Clnrk, who harl led R.illinioro with ?f, poinls to pace I'Yukiy ni.qht's victory over Ilic bridge collegiate rodeo group is pretty Pvfary Lynn Brown Arena director Greg Kesler kept things running smoothly Bryan Mamlcvillc be-moan- ing tlie (act that his father, Harold, (ook his rope, lo Ed- rnonlon .Harold did well Knicks. wound up willi only Ii; with that as he took Ihe; poinl.s to lead tlic liitllcl.s' scoi1-1 first go round in tlw capital i era Sunday. I city. MOVE UP TO GENERAL Batter Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection 402 Iti Avr Soulh PKoni or ;