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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THl ItTHWIDOf HEKAID MonJoy, April 6, Fie SKmuVs fhersLose Out In ThcirLastGame Hectic Year Ends With Canadiens Out Of Playoffs By THE CANADIAN TRESS The wildest scramble Li Na- tional Hockey League history came to an end Sunday with Chicago Black Hawks claiming the East Division title and elim- inating Montreal Canadiens from the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Hawks humiliated the de- fending champions 102 in Chi- Bruins Leafs Rangers bombed iVings 9-5. Detroit Red In the West Division, Minr.e- only other West game Salur- lie stage was set Saturday for the deciding battles in the East when Chicago beat Mont- real 4-1, Boston defeated To- ronto 4-2 and Detroit downed the Rangers 6-2. The Red Wings at Chicago and the Rangers at Boston open the East Division playoffs be inning" Wednesday with the econd of the best-ol-seven ser cs Thursday. The teams move o Detroit and New York for the hird and fourth games Satur- day and Sunday. Minnesota Is at SS. Louis and Oakland at Pittsburgh for the first two games Wednesday and Thursday in the West with tiie sites also switching for Satur- day and Sunday. It is the first time since the 19S7-48 season that Montreal has failed to make the playoffs. And with Toronto finishing last, it marks the first time in the his- I too1 of Stanley Cup that a Canadian team has not com- peted. New York's loss at Detroit Summaries Saturday set the tone of Sun- day's games at New York and Chicago-two of the most explo- sive contests in regular season play. The Racgers needed to win Sunday's match to lie Montreal and needed to score at least five goals to pull ahead of the Cana- diens who held a goals- tor advantage after Saturday's games. And after New Yoik won Double Winners iUNOAY CHICAGO II MONTREAL J First Mor.ireal, Cournoy- r (Bellveau, Laoerrlere) 1. 'hlcago, Pippin 78 (Maanvsonl i Ct-.tcago, Marlin !3 IfAohns, Pinderl Penalties Laperriere, KorolL Jarrell Karris Le- lalre Ferguson. Wajr.tson Second Chlciso, R. Hull (Mlkl) 5. Mmlreil. Eelivf" ICc-jrnoyer, J. Gasthler) P illy Mahovlich Third Chicago. Wadin (Pinder, Mjpnvscn) 7. Cl-taso A'jrtln 30 (Koroll, Mchr.s) 8 Chicaco, Nnletenko 14 (R. Hul Mohni) Chicago. Koroll IMlkila. C. Hull) 10. Chlcas R Hull 38 (Makl, 11 0. Hull 17, 1- CMcaao. Pinder 19 (Pajpln) Pen altv Marljn Shots on goal b, ,4 ,j_i n 13 u-> Allendance BOSTON 3 TORONTO 1 First Toronlo, Keon [Smith. Oliver) Nan Secor.d Boston, McKeni 29 (Oir> Penalties Sandersc Murray Pulfora Third Perlod-3. Bcslon, Saniinw 18 (9'jcylO 4. Bostcn, Hodge Esposllo) Penall! Ql-rnn Glennle P.I by ,_ H H MINNESOTA J PITTSVJRGH 1 Fiist Pol It (Viilllaxs, Nanne) Penall Harharult Nanra 10iH, Pror VMt Seccncl Minnesota, Gclds- loilhy M (Granl, Nannel 3. Collins 29 (Williams, Jcfastcn) Penalties McCallum Kt'l Kessell PRtstargii, For.leyr.e II [Bricre, Prentice) 5. Winne- seta, Williams 15 6. Mlr.r.csola, iBarlcw 14 (Cullen, Nanr.el Pn- Boivin Jchnson s'ho'ts en goal by: Bud Munns of Olds School of Agriculture and Greta Robin- son of the University of Leth- bridge were the only double winners in the first annual Col- legiate Rodeo held Saturday at the Exhibition Grounds. by the Univer- IOSTON 4 TORONTO 1 iril Perlod-l. Boston, 4) ashman, 2. Boston, r 33 3. Ssston. Hodge 21 Esposlto) 4. Boston, Ssin- [BvcYk, Orr) Penalties Keon Sptncer 5KWd P tried-No scoring. Pwl i Sper.cer CtrleSan Third Toronlo, Ellis 35 llman. Ed.aidl) i. Toronto, Jorey 4 (Oliver, Penal- :es Ouirn osporeoreo oy we univer- sity of Lethbtidge and the Leth- Ano aiwr new Hf 'bridge Community College the afternoon game 9-5, the Cana- one-day event attracted entries dieris knew they had to win or fnm, various parti of the prov lie with Chicago, or if they lost they reeded to score at least Munns took top honors in five goals to regain the advan-l (eer as well as in th lage in that deciding factor. bullridijig event. Second But Chicago goalie Tony Es- jiunjs ;n tirt steer poeito, picked up in last turn- ,vas Bruce Hunt of Medicine mer's draft from Montreal, held I jiat by Bud Maynan trerio 11 MINKESOTA 1 PHILADELPHIA I First Period-No Jcorlr.g. Perlltiev- 0-39. Boivin Genoron yi'e minor Collins double :ft. O'Shea Clarke Secor.d Eccring. Penalties _ O'Srita O'Sh.ea Peilod-1. Minnesota, CI5M 3 Pensltles Goldsworthy Johnston Shall on MJr.r.CMla 7 13 a Philadelphia 9 n Attendance the Canadiens to only two goals, of cluny. In the bull ridir Pit Martin scored three goals event second place went to fire the Black Hawks to a 5-2 Heber Pilling and Barton Lyb- lead by the midway mark of the bert mth identical points. third period. I For Miss Rob'tnson her tri- At that point, Montreal coach umphs came in the barrel race Claude Ruel decided his team and goat tying. Sharon Brown could m longer win and pulled of Calgary was second in the goalie Rogatien Vachon for an barrel race 'while Tnna Bevans extra attacker in an attempt to hvas third. Bevaas is from the Win enough goals to move in University of Lethbndge. In goat tying- the was McKenna third place went to Connie Yagos of as turned in by Randy Broad- head of Lethbridge. Team- mates Glen Thompson and Wtt- lams followed. Malcolm Miller emerged with he prizes in bareback riding while Thompson came a close second. Miller is from Edberg. John Loree of Edmonton, was third. In caddie bronc competition he win went to Burton Many Fingers of Lethbridge. Second was Sydney Starlight. Third was Tommie Ross of Fort Ma- cleod. In wild cow milking the Phy- sical Education Department of the University of Lethbridge was first with the IDS entry second followed by the Horse- men's Association. t 10 17 BllTZED GOAUE Detroit Red Wing goalie Roger in net Sunday after blocking another New York Ranger .hot, this time, during the period of their gam. at New York', square Garden. Racers on their way to 9-5 Took o record of 45 .hots at-lh. Red Wing, ne.mind.r. Ranger at right m is Walt Tkaciuk Blocked shot had been taken by Ranger Dave Balon.jiot in pholo. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. IXHIimON AUDITORIUM AWulloli Christy Midgshl 3 big Jets Advance Stamps Ousted I HEW YORK J DETROIT 5 First Peilod-1. New York, Gilbert 1 IS (A. Brovin, Ratelle) 2. Delroit Berrman 6 (Ccnr.olly. Llbell) 3 i New York, Esgers 2 A. Brovm 4. York. Balm 31 A. Brownl 5. New York, Egotr 3 (Horton) Pe-a'.lies ski Karlander Diupnln S SUNDAY ____.. _ _.. cago (N) 10 Montreal 3 Washington 3 New York (N) 4 Minnesota 1 Boston 4 Pltsfc-jrgh 3 Dtlrcll 11 Clncirnall f I Atlanta 2 San Francisco 8 Cleveland 11 Milwaukee 3 York (Al 10 Houston 1 I Philadelphia 3 Balllrrore Sat Dleoo 1 Oakliid t BASKETBALL SUNDAY MBA New York >7 Bl'llmcre M I Best-of-seven q-jarter-dnal lied 3-3 final I 121 Los Ar.gerts 134 Pl-oentx leads best-of-seven B H VB 69 for 277stwe Period and banged the puck be- fpray rth !'ta3d goaUe Mary Ed.-ards to fie Palmer, Lee Tre vino and the score. Tommy Aaron tied at 276. Flln Floo 3 Winnipeg 7 Flin Hon final M 3 Caloiry 4 CalgarY final f-nal 3-2 ABA Western Kentucky 98 Denver 112 'Carolina 103 Wtel 111 .New Ycik 104 Indiana 99 Angeles N1A Los Anoeles 102 Phoer.ln 111 Int semi- Phoenix leads Western Dlvhloo 3-1 i ABA owrter- Indiana, 132 Pittsburgh Hi New York Kentucky 101 red or Indivicboll with experience In either Camps or overnight camp proejrcmi. DUTIES To program, supervise ond Inslrucl Day-Comr. activities for assigned groups of children 8 years of age. MINIMUM AGE 18 years. I, TUN SUPERVISORS 10 portions 2 monlhs al per rron h QUALIFICATIONS University or Junior Co lege slu- denti mooring In recrealion or olllied fields pre- ferred or persons who had experience in Pro- grammincj and supervising activities for children 6 and 7 yean old. DUTIES To supervise, program ond Instruct activities for children 6 and 7 years of plui ossli! in programming activities for youth 13 to 18 years old. MINIMUM AGE 18 years, 4. DAY CAMP COUNSEUOHS IN TRAINING Approximately 12 positions 2 montlu al HO.OO per QUAUFICA1IONS Student! interested In recreational work with children and desiring an opportunity to develop leadership DUTIES in iho supervision ond Inslruchon ot progromi for children from 8 12 years of age. MINIMUM AGE 16 years 5. FUN CUI6 COUNSELLORS IN TRAINING 9 positions 2 monlhs al 420.00 per month OUA11FICAT10NS Should bebng to some type o! a leader corps or be inrercsled in 6 and 7 year olds and willing lo take leadership dovolopmenl pro- arom DUTIES To assist In tho supervisory ond programming for 6 ar.d 7 year olds with lha majority of tno confined to tha morning hours. MINIMUM AGE 15 yeors. All applications should bi submitted lo tho COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM City Hall, lethbridgei, Alberto Application forms available ol: YWCA, YMCA, CITY OF UTHBR100! LETHBRIOGf COMMUNITY COIUGE DEPAMMtNT OF MANPOWER _______ Scores Three Rustlers Gain Split ATTENTION GOLFERS! RAYMOND AS A BEAUTIfUL 9-HOl.E GOLF COURSE WITH GRASS GRE5NS All RtADY TO 00 Come to Raymond and see whol a challenging course lave. FEES: iingle Man and wife Family....... S2 For memberships conlmt 0. STONE, GARY WOOD, K. SHAW ot RAYMOND GOLF CUJB WEYBUKN, Sask. (CP) Vynn Dempster's four-point pcr- ormance led Deer Kust- ers to a 5-3 win over Weyburn led Wings Sunday, enabling the Alberta Junior Hockey League o-28. cam to split a weekend Mem- orial Cup scries. The victory- evened Itic best of-seven western Jlemorial Cup semi-final scries al 1-1. The rraxl series is scheduled for Red Deer Wednesday, ThutS day and Friday nighls. In Weyburn Saturday, the Wings the Saskatchewan Junior League took an 8-G over lime victory after scoring wit less than a minute left in re( ular time. Dempster scored three goal anil picked up an assist for th Rustlers in Sunday's game. Bo rrnCurrit's them out of the fourth- M Place lie with Oakland. Colborne and cur added th Jeny LcGrara other Red Dee gaals. was picked up for the scries from tho Lcth bridge Sugar Kings, The Rustlers snapped a 1 second-period lie two answered goals in the tliirc period. Dempster scored Ibe The assist for Orr gave hma season total of 87, and combined with bit 33 goals, final points total of 120 and the scoring title. Derek Sanderson picked up his own rebound in the third period for UK winning goal and Ken Hodge wrapped up the Boston scoring. Goalie Gerry Cheevers made i only 22 saves throughout the i ony 22 saves rou er at of the third and I game while Edwards robbed the LcGrandeur got the insurance -Rrmns on 51 shots. iffeence in the Min nsurancc the difference in the Min :urrie and Giroux shared tho surancc marker at A crowd of at Philadel- phia saw the Flyers shut out by Minnoioln goalie Gump Wor- slcy. Defenccman Bairy Gibbs scored on Flyers goalie Bernie Parent in the third period to rml Minnesota Into the playoff pic- lure and Philadelphia out. The Flyers finished in a lie with Oakland at 58 points but the Seals had five more victo- ries during the season to give them fourth place. LcGrarideiir scored twice for Red Deer and Steve Carlylc, Clarence Lomhcim, Lome Bar- lei and Dempsler got the others. outlet Deer 3331. Meanwhile Dauphin Kings de- feated the Weslfoil Hurricanes 5-0 Sunday to lake a one-game lead in 'lie wcsl- ern Canada Memorial Cup Hock- ey senu-Iinals, FARM SPECIAL! 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires '115 ELRICH TIRE LTD. EACH ONLY COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE VI7-UM ;