Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE mHBRlnOI HCRAlt) Tuiiday, April 4. I97J Jude rules Dean Who els but E sposito as MONTREAL (C'l'l For third time1 four sensons, ISruins wnlkod "If ilic National llm-kcy I.CLISJUC'S InJi- I M-cirinu i-liampinnsliip. j Hill for (lie fuv linit1 since (In- soasi'ii. tlic1 Mil, lipgnn laliulalini: assists, the scoring Ic.ulcr ilid not play In his (cam's Iin.ll tiiiiii1 pT the sc.ison. Anil Sunday night's wlnrhip nf the a in e rcgnlni -season schedule marked the first time in those seasons ttiiil Hie Ihrec leaders atop the scoring list all mipseil some ilm1- inc tile season. [inisliprl v.itii points, rii noals -Initli riKtrks the cicr The ix'iitiT ic! Ihe record.-; last MS-HOII '-i-illi Ti> roinls. season rniislicxl I1- points ahead of leant-male. Itul'liy Urr. L17 points in- cludcil a loague-lcadinL: as- and n -i7 coals foi' n dcfenceman, n mark os- OIT Inst si'Hson. Centre ,U'an flalelle of New Hangers. missed the eamos of the season a broken ankle, v.as third with inn points. Ksposilo anil (In- bcitli missed ISoslon's final two C.in.rs bpransc of injuries, v.liich. however, arc not ex- 1 peeled fo tlicin out of the Stanley Cup round r Jii'ainst Toronto Maple Leafs, slartir.p in Wrednesday rsi't.) his rnl- lects a total o[ m awnnl money from Ilic Ica.miL'. broken j down as ?l as the Art floss 'r r o p h presented Annually lo Ihe top scorer; yono as second-halt lender points l and S23C> ;is runner-up to Hatelle in the first hr.lf of the scliedule. Orr receives SfiiHi as nver .ill runner-up to I'sposiln. plus sj.'tO a- runner-up in the second half The league's top goaltendim: award, ttie Vef.ina Trophy, went to Tony Ksposito, Phil's younper brother, nnd Gary Smith of Chi- caflo 11 lack Hawks, each nf wlioin played at least the mini- mimi 'l'i tame.1? vccjuirwl for offi- cial The riucapo Cciids-apmist lotal was fur an of 2.12. The award money that with the Vczina Is JS1.500. The lead ing Hawks also receive nn additional ?2iV) for each halt ol I lie schedule in which they led all The Minnesota combination of (Iinui) and Cesat'c as over- a 11 Ilieir wm-k wilh the North Stars. The Minnesota combination posted n noals-npaiiisl total 131, one fewer New York Hangers1 Eel Cliacoinin ami (Jilles Villcmurc. Vic Nadfield n( New York and Hobby Hull of Chicago rmmcrs-up in Konls, each scoring twk-r in their fiiuil panics to reach the fiO-goal murk, Hull for the fiflli lime and HacUieUl tor the (AP> A federal judge ruled in favor o( Phoenix Newspapers Inc. Monday in a million libel action brought by former baseball star Jerome H. fllizzy) Dean. Dean's suit contended thai a headline in the Ken. '2-1, issue of the Phoenix Gazelle falsely placed him under n federal grand jury indictment, gambling. Judjic Carl A. Mncke, in granting tlic newspapers' for summary Judgment, said the law was extremely broad in cases of libel and purposeful intent nuisl be proven. He commented that the hendluic was "semi-lmmoroLis and some-uhal affectionate toward Mr. It read: "OT 'Skids' Into Indictment." As a sporlseaslcr, Dean, was nolcrl for his use ol ".slide." Dean's lawyer. Phil Goldstein, said was not attacking tin arlk'Ic under the headline. "In 'act. the article IrulMullj and fiidtiaLly reports Hint Dean was named in an indict me tit liantlcd down by a federal grand jury in llctrml." Goldstein said. "Dean was not named as a de- fendant 1ml as one of five co- conspirators." Dean bad asked 55 million In general, W million in sjwci.il and million in punitive dam- ages. ?3 Jl it J7 1 .15 27 1 Toronto fans gel playoff telecast TOnO.NTO ICP1 Hockcv fans In Toronto were nssurfnl Monday Ihey nil] STC the cnlirc .Maple Ifals Boslon Bruins Stanley Cup quarlcr-fin.il. Mil tho nntional piclure still was clo'Jckd. announced it would televise the entire Toronto-Bos- ton scries starting Wednesday with (he game in tile best-of-seven encounter. Xatiopal coverage of the scr- ips, as well as that of the Mont- real Canaciiens York Rangers quarter final starling the same night In New York, waa in doubt when n deadlock developed Hie piivale CTV network and Slaclaren Ad- vertising Ltd., (lie Toronto agency controls rights to I National Hockey league tele- vision in Canada. Witli tlic Monday announce- j menl. it was coixlcderi lhaf should the competing CBC set- tic its labor strike in time, the Bruins series would end up on both channels in Toronto. THe Mar'mcn office Jlad tried lo c [ivo panics in li.Mh the Ik'slon End .Vow York sprics on lor Wed nc sd ,1 y and Tinnsdny niplils. This came after Ihe i C'BC reported if was .slill un- i nlilo lo jiiMrni-rro tl'ai wnlk- I n, "illy on nislils i-.hrn I no Cfjf was r.ot avnilnhle offerer! to enneel regular programs to sl-xiv.' the (-nl ire1 M.Tfcs pro- villcl il ccnlrl he a-sured nf tire serir-i r; Ihcr Ib.Tn in- divi'lunl M.lclaren (Jr-culid rMnlimip lo ncuoli.iin I.-IT. II 1; ll'UICll Wr I' Inirc rind nc.ss f'i ijrorliicc nr.il distribute all gjjino, without intcrrupiion. We nvk holh CfiC anil NABKT lo rr.r-o sing iirn-kcy n thoir N'ARKT.' th? Natiunl of Tovhinrians, is Ihr: iiiurni wriking CISC. Did you learn ail you know about tires in a place like this? 'l.liko ino.-i. you did, then we humljly sulmiil you'vo a lot to unlearn. pricf. and alone, is no basis )ion which to buy a tire. There are more important, fads to consider. -Asa lire iiiuiiiiraclurer. would like lounn a many of Ilin-r- fuels ;t< and a Nov.1 von In ymir own I Sera'1. I'.Opelnlly, in I'll 11 Viol ll lll'lll'IM .si'lcclioti nf hri'K in llfciiiinr lienxlfx xai'Diy ur lirr-t vari' nr lift'." Li'dilnifi I'l'i'liaps (he key llioucclil in llial sl.alenietit. l'< "pl'iiper selei'lion. I he eel I ire for your car. I be one I I KM will civr i HIM in value and n-r for PII me-. i niie llial. on fieri nn y. ni ov. n p'' r 'Irr. in" iiffd.-, and rliaraelcrr-lie I M ,-li'iri i ear .-liuuM id l.e hi! "I a It's not all that Viii must, I'irsl, a.-k yourself sonu: only keep iL fur another miles, tliei-e's not much point in buying tires g'ooil for 30 or tread kind nt" driving do I do'.'" "How fast, bow far. riflen'.' Once honestly ed ;il the Ilui -c ;i i leknnv. leiln'e should grfiiii ly (ill na I'l'iiW I ll'e cliniec I nr If you drive a family Sedan and do a ioi of highspeed liigliv.'a.v driving fur hours a I. holed country road.--, carry around a lot of heavy gear and intend lo put another miles on ear. the la.-t thing vou need is a bargain base- men; lire someone is trying to con'.'nice you .-I eai oiisiderin" 'Hi r driving needs and halul.-, I iia I .'heap I ire eniild e I" be, a i u-l Iv 111 nn I ban one. ('baiire, are, iiefd a l'rl'i nrniance and ''ii- mileage lire. And by pay ing good money one in the l'ir--t place, you'll end up saving money over the long haul. If. on the other hand, you were to drive that xami' family sedan but planned lo do most of your driving in and around the cily. lo ihe supermarket. work and hack, don't intend to do mure than miles a year and rlnn'l do a lot nf high speed high- way driving, then there's no need for you to buy a high-priced performance tire. You'd be wasting your money. A finality bias iily lire (which we'll be discuss- ing in I'uturc. adsi would bo more than suitable for- .'on. more than match your driving needs. nd i- available at around Two different, needs, Two different, lirer-, different prices. in the other you save money by not spending. In either case, you do it- by buying exactly the right tire. And you buy based on knowledge and nocc! nol price and fast Il we leave you with nothing else but thai I li in i ghl. Mien yen e learned S'imel hi ng of value. a Ioi more I o learn about, and in the weeks ahead we'll be presenting you with more facts and information. Because we'd rather you learn about them in a place like this.