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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Leah In same the first half ____. Thunday, April 1972 THE IHHBRIDGJ HEtAlD took the Bruins a while TIT TIIK CANADIAN PRESS I'm almost two periods Wednesday night it appeared as If nil the reports nbout the iuju- ry-ridilled Boston Bruins were Iruc. Tfie powerful Bruins, 1'ast Di- vision cliampions in the Na- tional Hockey League, were held by Toronto Maple Leafs to a scoreless tin for 37 minutes and seconds In their opening game of tho eastern semi-final. Tlicn with less than tliree minutes remaining in tho sec- ond period, Pliil Esposito scored goals lo the Bruins to a 5-0 shutout of tho Leafs, fourth-place finishers In the East. The Min gave tlie Bruins a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven Stanley Cup quarter-finals with the sec- ond giune tonight flgain at Boston Garden. fn the other eastern semi-final game, Vic Hadfield scored twice to give New York Hangers a 3-2 victory over Montreal Cana- diens, last year's Stanley Cup champions. "Their hest-of-seven series also resumes tonight in New York's Madison Square Garden. The Bruins went into Wednes- North Stars sharp, Hawks dump Penguins By THE CANADIAN PRESS The arm-chair experts who like to wager a boll or two on (he Stanley Cup playoffs were in luck Wednesday night if (hey followed the form charts. Chicago Black Hawks and Minnesota North Stars, who fin- ished 1-2 in the West Division, drew lirst blood in the besl-cf- seven semi-finals, as the Hawks topped Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 and (he North Slars slammed the door on St. Louis Blues 3-0. The Hawks and Penguins meet again tonight in Chicago, then shift lo Pittsburgh for the tliird and fourth games Satur- day and Sunday. ANDY CAFF iNxj FLO? CANIT THNK OF ANVONE I'D RATHER BE Le WHEN COMES TVls QUO 'SWEET TALK ONE 1APR1 BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Bill Jensen 33? Henry BecTi tield W Ben 241, C. Wyk 261 Hsnry Brov.n 2-19, Wi-J Ost'En 245 Frances Bam- ;rirt 307 Asta Mage M. Ul Holt 313, Agnes Van Wyk 221, Nunweiler 247, Ellen Johnson m HIGA'5 Dionns Pedersen 273 fAann Barb Scattcrqccd 261 Shirley Boyd Lyn Turn bull 304, Doreen Rom bough J t a n 11 a I Ingard 3i2 Eilma Groves 274 Phyl Harrison Anna 270. PRE BUILT SOCIAL Schrnali 257, Ted Mclnryre US Shirley Helesy Larry Tarn. Aki 239. Wedrft Williams liO, Katie NoecX 235, Charlie Beech US, Kmanuel 236. Lucille Schlle 230, Bill ?1S, GMrge 264 Judy Melville pulls off big upset KAMLOOPS, B.C. fCP) major upset marked play Wed- nesday in the Kamloops inter- hot-key tmirna mmt as Melville, Sask., edged powered Toronto Whips "1-3 in the 'A1 section Kojlh Carlson Irrl the winners vith finals as Melville Ice all the way in (he free-wheeling1 ronlcst in only one mine penally was called. Toronto luici rated as one o the favorites in the 36 lean knock nut tourney which ends KricLiy night. !n other 'A' section action Winnipeg East Kildonan edge Vancouver North Shore 5-1 t' a semi final berth. Boston Maiden Moose move Into the .semis, dumping Burn a lw fl-1. Dan Snllivan scorci throe goals for Boston ani captain Kevin Conghlin artde two more. B AND E HARDWARE Mike I r v I n o 372 Moroni iflfks 362 Bill Hnmlltof? Andy Vdier 295 Sig r 347, Ray Meliger 191 War 'Ishnevski 262 Pat Tunsfall 32 '56K Dot Arderson 1E2 Leon edrlnl IBS My-ma Tynv Shirley 254 JUNIORS SHOP Kalhy Ludwlg 261; Gloria Hrycy CB; Jean Paisoy 300; Jean Ching ellle MacClain 347; Janet Koole rantes Barnbrick 333 Jea oninx 217 Marg Dyck Belly Hobbs 273 Nin Indllnger 272 Vera Nlchol 3; Kalian GORD1ES Jack Jcnes MB Bruce Op 310 (7BSJf WINS 314 A aikusM 311; Fred Thomas 3W {751 Sparks 302 (7191 r Klai ,'iUke J15; Orest Yurchak 333 (775 Bucyk, last season's Lady Byng Trophy as the most gentlemanly playerT who launched himself on one sion at Toronto defenceman Bobby Batui. "I don't know why they've been taking a run at Clancy said, "but I'll tell yo one thing, they're playing wit fire." THE CAT MEOWS Emila Francis, general man ager-coach of the It angers, wa excited over his team's narro' victory over the Canadiens. "It's a great way to start th said Francis, whos Rangers went into the playo without the services of Jean Ra telte, their star centre and to scorer. The Rangers also have Ro Gilbert skating with a foam co lar around his neck, Hadfie playing with a taped righ thumb and Bobby Rousseau pe forming with cuts under his le eye ami one over his right one. But the infirmities d i d n bother them. Hadfield's thun might be burling but, his voi i. Srar.flcld 1 (Bucyk) i Bucyk SKois on gcul by Toronto on (inn! t 51. Louis NEW YORK J MONTREAL J Fjrsi Prricd 1. Nc.v Fair. 1 [Pflrk. Hflrtfleid> 1. Montreal, 1, 3. New Hadlicld I (Rousseau, GilfcerD Penalties Carr Savard S-ilticr Houle Savard Scccnd No scaring. Penal- lies Psrk Lapcrrirre Third Period 4. F. Wa- hovllch 1 (P, Wahovlkh, Lailcur) S. Nc'.v York, H.idlicld 2 11-43 Ppnfllffps Hadfield Rcifi- seau RoUe on by 7 i Montreal 10 1 13 14 1 New York 12 )5 Ariendanct and Pete Brown, but before the Gonzalez alters score NEW YOltK (AP> Rogelio of Colombia changed a score on liis card fronT five to four in tho Greater Now Orleans Open and lias lost bis pronation- nry playing privileges, liio Pro- fessional Golfers Association Penalty: The PC A Tournament I'hyers Division said Volimer of Vancouver, a follow competitor and Gonzalez' official scorer in Ilic Mareli 21 second round of the tournament, reported ho at- tested Gonzalez' score as a five for the 15th that it was confirmed In1 lourn.-nncrit scorer Martin Gonzalez, who stated he knocked n stroke off his score before rclnrnint! tlie card, also has bnd slut us as an ap- proved tournament player can- 1 osfon, goals by Payette and others by Popiel and Brian Marchinko set- tled the issue. POLARIZED LENSES POLARIZED LENSES com- pletely eliminate from iintl bfiicJu'1', A n t j now YOU din h ;i celled. PGA officials said. 308 7lh SI. S. Phone 327-SM9 or 327-3609 run is the time to prepare your trailer for the coming summer months. Your Headquarters for Complete TRAILER SERVICE REPAIR Freo sanitary waste disposal station Full line of trailer parts and accessories VEHICLES 4th Ave. ond 6th Si. North Phone 328-4421 (Jus) Wejl of the Gai Company.) ;