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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ 1HE lEIHBRlDGE HERAIO Tuesday, April 7, 1979 Up For Grabs Big Jackpot Awaiting Stanley Cup Winner By THE CANADIAN 1'KESS Kighc National Hockey League teams hit the playoff road Wednesday with a tola! of piize money at stake along with the Stanley Cup, a trophy that was worth only ally by the CBC. Bostcn Bruins 548.67 whea it was dtmaled in cpen their bcoi-of-seven pijart- 1893 by Lord Stanley of Preston. The East Division champion Chicago Black Hawks play host to Detroit Red Wings in their opener, to be televised nation- LETHBRIDGE'S HENDERSON Lake has been rather moody, but it has certainly provided consid- erable recreation for man y students during the Easter holidays. At times the sassy little rainbows have provided much activity, especially for those using marsh- mallows. Some anglers ifse the excuse that Henderson is strictly for the kids the adults should leave the lake for the youngsters. Isn't so. Could it be that some adults don't fish Hender- son as a matter of pride. Jt hurts to stand there with a ?5fl outfit and not catch anything, while junior, with his outfit and can of worms, hauls in rainbows one after the other. The Herald's sports writer Pat Sullivan dropped into the office the other day and asked it there is any possibility that Henderson rainbows may have lock-jaw disease. This dreaded 'disease usually doesn't develop until the rainbow is about three years old. There- fore, the rainbows that are showing up 10 to 14 inches long, which were. stocked in the lake as fingerlings last spring, do not have the lock-jaw. There should be a few lunkers left in the lake from earlier plantings and these may have lock-jaw. No need to worry, however, as rainbows with lock- jaw just don't bite. have been known to attack anglers if they wade out to far in the water. What usually happens is that the angler comes home with a whopping story about the big one that got away. In any event, if you happen to see a big dorsal fin cutting the surface, of the water, it won't be a shark. Just a sassy 'come and get me' lunker rainbow.- Enuf of that! At Lehto's reservoir north of Picture Butte, there appears to have been a heavy winter kill. Joe Bobak was out Sunday and repo'rts that there are scores of rainbow carcasses around the shoreline 'and only knows how many the seagulls- have taken." No one caught any fish. While Lehto's is acknowledged as a very marginal lake, the past winter was extremely mild. PAUL McADAMS of the Jumping Rainbow Ranch at Livingston, Montana, will be in the city Wednesday. His main purpose in is to trial sample Tyrrell's Lake. It's his ranch that will be.supplying the 000 rainbow trout for Tyrrell's Lake this month under the sponsorship of the- Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association. Mr. McAdams has consented lo speak and show films at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel Wednesday at p.m. The topic concerns trout farming for pleasure and profit. There are scores of potholes and dams in southern Alberta that would support a trout population on a spring to fall basis, and some larger ones that would support trout on a year round basis. A few farmers and ranchers in the south are already in the trout business. The meeting is open to anyone interested. There is no admission charge. Tuesday evening Mr. McAdam will speak at the Warner town hall. And if you have a contribution for the Tyrrell's Lake project, bring it along. PICKED UP THOSE TICKETS yet for the annual spring banquet and dance of the Lelhbridge Fish and Game Association which ,is set for Saturday starting at 6 p.m. in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel? They are on sale at Hoyl's, Parson's Hardware and Heinitz Stationers. This is National Wildlife Week across Canada. It was set aside by an Act of Parliament in 1947 in tribute to Ihe late, great Canadian naturalist Jack Miner. er-final series at home against New York Rangers. In the West, the division champion St. Louis Blues are on home ice against Minnesota North Stars while Oakland Seals open their series with the Pen- guins at Pittsburgh. The second game in all Jour quarter-final series will be Thursday night at same sites with the teqms moving to Detroit, New York, Minnesota and Oakland for tne third aad fourth games Saturday and Sun- day. Each of the Jour teams to sur- vive the quarter-final round yins based on 21 units of for each player. An- other goes to each team winning the semi-final rounds and the Cup winner takes home another Thus, each player on the team lhat survives the final contest between .the East semi-final winner and the West semi-final- ist will be richer by HABS ABSENT And Montreal Canadiens, the team that has taken home more playoff money and more Cup viclories, will be out of it for the first time in 22 years. The Canadiens, who won the Cup a record 16 times, were squeezed out of the tight East Division race in thefr last game Sunday at Chicago. Today they fm to have held a noon-hour press conference, which according to a news re- lease issued a week ago, was to be their "Canadiens 1970 Pre- t 1 fM t THE YEAR'S BBT GATHER outstanding playeri in the City Recreation Hockey league gather following their recent banquet and presentation of awards. Those honored for the 1969-70 season are, left to right, Sieve Arisman of the University of winner of the Howie Yonosik trophy 01 coach of the year, Stan Maxwell, all-star left winger. Art flemmer, all-star centre and league xonrg champoj, wmn. of the Hamilton Floor Covering trophy, Anderson winner of th.. Kobol Grocery most viable player award ana all-star defence, Al all-star right winger, Clyde Kirterbinghom, all-star defence and Ktn Brown, all-stor goalie and league's top goalie.______________ Big League Image Tarnished By Jockeying, Rule Changes Likely To Be Discussed By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor National Hockey 'League gov- ernors likely will discuss rules Stanley Cup Playoffs I changes XTt june in'an at- Tut with or without Ihe Cana- tempt to r s tor e ..the big likely playoff outcome league's image, tarnished by a difficult one to predict with jockeying for playoff positions almost all quarter-final pairs the windup weekend of equal in their regular" season and Detroit each won I four garnes in their eight season Campbell said dute encounters with each winning homTiena. g o v e r r s to make Boston and New York also changes." split on four wins each with He was commenting following each taking three of their viclo- an uproar Monday over tactics ._ __ K'wn VnrV RflnPPrS would be mo-e' equitable to break a tie by-determining how well two teams played against each other (luring the seasoh." Bill Brennan, Detroit News hxkey miter; said: "I thought both games were a farce. Can't really blame coaches or mana- gers involwd because they're caught up in an archaic system. They'll obviously have to come up with a change. It made the NHL look bush league." Chicago writers were split. Dan Moulton of Today and George Vass of the Daily News said the present system makes a travesty and a farce of the Vezinti Trophy To Esposito Bobby Orr Cashes In on home ice employed by New York Rangers "5 on St. Lous and Minnesota each and Montreal Canadiens in the took three victories with their last-ditch fight for the fourth other two games tied. Each won and final playoff position in the two, lied one and lost one game Eastern Division. on home ice. Hangers, with about four min- Oakland was the only team to utes to go and leading Detroit ede in ik come out with an edge in season encounter, taking three against two losses and three ties with the Penguins. The Seals' three victories and one of the ties all came on Oak- and ice. Local Riiik Captures ANAF Title A quartet of curl-1 minutes.left, ers the Dominion Army, Jack 'Berry pulled goalie Ed Giacomin in an attempt to pile up even at the eipense of giving some up and make more se- cure their hold on Ihe final play- I off spot. It didn't work. The Rangers were held scoreless wliile the Red Wings hit the empty net twice. PULLED VACHON Sunday night, Montreal tried a similar tactic against Chicago Black Hawks. Down 5-2 and Iwith the game apparently lost, Montreal pulled goalie Rogatien Vachon six times within the MONTREAL (CP) The most-used word Monday by ar- dent National Hockey League fans had to be "if." But it didn't change a thing. The NHL wound up its most bectic regular-season schedule ever Sunday in a wild finish. Chicago Black Hawks became the first team to go from last place one season to top spot the next they won the coveted Prince of Wales Trophy and the per man as East Division champions. St. Louis Blues won the Wes Division title for tfce second time in three seasons and also took the Clarence1 S. Campbell Bowl and for each team member. Montreal Cansdieris wound up out of the playoffs for the firs lime since 1947-48, and tha of 'the Detroit Navy, and Air Force cham- Free Press said the Canadiens the weekend pionship over Saskatoon. The locals went undefeated in three games to. wrap up the Canadian championship. Rinks from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba were entered in Ihe two-day event. Forming Ihe Leihbridge rink were skip Jack Gorrie, third Tony Coutls, second Joe See- man and lead Tom Ixswko. in nothing about" because they ive games lo get into the playoffs and picked up only three of 10 possible points. But he added: "I think it Would you believe there's someone who's interested in a 17 year old who's finished school? ROSF.TOWiN ADVANCES ROSETOWN, Sask. (CP) Rosctown Red Wings advanced to the western Canada inter- mediate "A" hockey final Mon- day night with a 5-2 come-from- Thompson, behind win over Mar., Hawks. Hiatt Sold MONTREAL (CP) Mont real Expos have purchase! catcher Jack Hiatt from San Francisco Giants for an undis closed amount of cash in a Na ficnal League baseball deal. The Expos said Monday night their 25-man roster will not t changed until he joins the club probably within several days. richer as the NHL's scoring champion-4he first def- enceman ever to win the crown. The Bruin all-star finished with 20 points on 33 goals and 87 as- records for a defence- man, while the 87-point assist total is the most ever recorded >y any player. The 22-year-old Orr receives Ihe Art Ross Trophy and as over-all champion, plus or leading the race in the sec- ond half and another 1500 as first-half leader. Phil Esposito, whose scoring crown of last season has been removed by his team-mate Orr, s runner-up with 99 points, which gave him as over-all runner-up and as award money since TJO other Chicago goaKender played the required ?5 games to qualify. The St. Louis trio of Jacques Plante, Ernie Wakely and Glenn Hall share the over-all run prize. ame. They felt one-gams layoff would be better. Ted Damata cf the Tribune the status quo. lllt's only the second time in history they've, had to go to most goals to break a he said. "It's not UK greatest thing to see' the Canadiens, defending champions in everything, putt joalie to make up a goal deficit; Bui on the whole the system is fair and it does add a dimension to hockey which other sports do not have." Chip Magnus of the Sun-Times wrote: "Under the circum- stances there was nothing they could do. They could reconsider the way of breaking ties but iff not likely to happen often." ELRICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES combined with Toronto Mapl Leafs' dead-last finish in the East Division set the scene for the first-ever all-United Slates layoif schedule. New York Ranflers, after one of the bigger collapses in recen rears, rebounded lo get a pla rff berth on the final day of the !ast Division schedule. Philadelphia Flyers, slipped rom second place in the West Division race March 24 right out of the playoffs, while Minnesota forth Stars dirobed into third dace from fifth one week ago. The Stanley Cup playoffs start Wednesday in four U.S. cities as Detroit Red Wings visit Chicago Black Hawks; New York is at Boston for a tiff with' the Bruins; Minnesota visits St. Louis; and Oakland Seals are at Pittsburgh against the Pen- guins. The same teams hold to the same venues for the second game of each series Thursday night. The venues shift for Sat- urday and Sunday contests In runner-up in the second half. Amther.Phil, this ore Goycite of St. Louis, v.-on as first- half runner-up to Orr. Goyelte finished with 78.poir.fs in fourth place eight noints behind Slan Mikila of Chicago who was third. Esposito was goal-scoring leader with 43, one more than 22-year-oW Gary Unger of De- troit Red Wings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Divllin W L Chicago 0 New York 0 0 SI. Lotls 0 Montreal 0 Wat Division Cincinnati I Allanta 0 Houston 0 n San Francisco AMERICAN LEAGUE Eait ftvillm W L Pel. 1 -0. 1.001 altjrr.ore 00 M ostc.1 0 0 .W levelard-...... 0 0 .00 tew York 0 0 .00 York Slaver 3IBSS 14-10 Cincinnati 1- Os'osn 30-15 Phil's brother, Tony-Ksposito TODAY'S GAJEJ a ol the Hawks, wins the Venna Troohy and as over-all j fcr winning the lille and a total of for lead- ing in each half of the season. Tony set a modern-era record of 15-shutouts and wound up with a 2.17 goals-agairst aver- age. EsposiU) will not share the all four series. Individually Bobby Orr is McCafferty Colls Coach BALTIMORE (AP) Don McCafferty was named head coach of Baltimore Colts Mon- day, after serving H seasons as an offensive aide of the National. Football Leajtue team. it Pittsburgh at Atlanla NMro oVson 5-1 0 Houslm OUrker at Fran Cisco MarlcM 21-11 Only Dames scheduled MONDAY RESULTS Wofilreal ...000 Coo 3 1 Cincinnati ..000 <10 S I Sparma (0-1) Morton Wasltwsk (j) and Boccabellal Anerrit ll-C) anc Bench HRs: (I) Carbo It Tola-i (II. OIL :alifcrr.1a Chicago Cily Oatt'and TODAYS CAMES DlvUln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .CM MO .000 .000 Detroit Wllscai 1MO at Wssrnngten Cox 12-7 California 14-11 MIE- Kraluss! 1-1 Oakland Odcm 15-i al Kanm City lurker IMI Minnesota Ptrrf W-4 at John i-11 Mcflally W7 at Cleveland McDowell 1SI' Ptfers 1H5 at Slofllemyre JfrH MONDAY RESULTS Detroit 001 100-J t 1 Washington 000 000 071 Lollsch 11-0) ar.d Freehan; Bosman (0-11) Plna Such (I) Cue-nova. Roundup Of Bowling Scores We're inlereiled in you, We'fe the Caravan Armed rorcej ar.d If you're willing lo work hard, learn a Irade, and accept important respon- jibililies give you a future wilh security, a ileody income, job can kaep forever. For fr.ora contact yew local military career tounis'lor. ,THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES Bridge Town House Mold 12 Noon lo 8 p.m. Apr. 8, 1970 SLINBALE BOWL CIVIL SERVICE Al Taylftr 313 Jim Taylor 304, ErlckM-1 3CJ Bill Crilk DMJO Vosburg'i 171, Warg Bnlel- .-3 Rarlyn Slavlch 284 Lena Mocre Ooreen Rombouen 231, Blfb Styrrok 175. YIC BAHTAMi Mm Troman Brla-i Robl.ilon US, David Urban 183; PMIIIp Friend 1M, Heal in, Cindy Dirvan 180, Barbara Tolh 171, Shared VaiSlenlk Lori HSTllilsn 1SS, Ped'lnl tti. cm Os'ttl ISf, Lrrtl OasM 1M, PCI Ca-an 1YI I77S1, Woodman m, GfofS! HI, S'n- tulr Ui, Irll JM. MaKI Am Rottrlsoo )M, Oturs m. IOF JM O'rrnil: 337 Fred Jil Stevf Otenll: 3M, Own Jim Ac-sthl Vtra Arscp 31! Joytt Ctrgsly Barb EC? 179. HKi GKVnrnco I'O VI V.05.S 541 YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS Rod Bsrnelt Brlai m 7iJ, 9srry Nt, W.ur- ray Kotfl 192; Altscp 3K, Gloria laiarkk Flrft Adella Bustling M, Lcrl Sm'tJ 2U, txlbii Ca'hovn SCO. 10IJI CASCADE C-s-lh tvr 2M, B-.'t Ro'llmon Schurmai Jtcv. Brown S34, Ch'.lter Gocian VA, Vera Brown 235, Judy Harf JcH 210, Wary ealrd IN, Gocian HI. PENSIONERS Hfrnlrs Schas'le W, Swan Veres 1U, H. m Burw m, H. C. Brew Ul, S'atey Tom ArcJ-boM 212, rred Beard 133. PARK PLAZA Brian Artosai JU Fen Tt-.. brldg- 31} Arvll Slllilo MS, Tom Adan-.s Ton Hictmai Elea- nor Dorlgslll 271. Ettnw Ftnlan m, GSell Dot AAdersui SENIOR CITIZENS K-nry W, Evan Evirs ill. efl 268, Spot Mi'ler W, Roy 233, Jam llunwlertr 251. BOISE CASCADE Garlh Barr Jack BroAn 231, Jim Selmai Anne 211, Rltk Earl Dsucetl 235, Vera Brown 2Sa, El'iatelh 28i, Ches- ter Gocian. Wary Salrd JM, John Rtmpel TRACY'S Judy W. Ruby Oseen 1'S, [7131, Edia B'jiKhcrd Opal JJS, Joyce Brcvn 7'3, Be-nlce W, Fre-n Dj- IniVl I rent Lyndi 2V, Gladys Field m :APP.I BOWL i BOWL A PRIZE FINALS Ron Se-da M (Sill, Lew Mills lit Bill John Uel i33 Talc Kalakaml 8ja Salmon 178 Marg 374 Sanely ShlgehlrolM, Dol OlthasVf 273, Jerry Larson YOUNO ADULTS Ken Kuril MS Jaduly Dave Kunimolo Wclslwicroll 175 Darrel Las'er Llrda 297 Cherye O'xrmftr 330 Warla 233, Oebi Myers Kalhy O'Cor.nor 333. FRIDAY YBC Pl-lir.g tsA, Gary Lchuls A'aia Brow 1M, Kim Rick Barva 172, Parry 140. aiitne, Kovsci 1C2. AST MIXED Norm To'.'ey 311 Lyle Kllliss 39) Frank Tullle 383 (728) Doug Asteilel 213, Rob Brack 2J3, Eiea Dorljalll 277 VAt Aspes let 2S7, Don's 337, Gloria kin 227, Caro'e Homu'M HOOF AKD HORN Etnlce David 278. Mary Thsmso. 114, Jean Paicey I'.t, Lli Kamlmk 227, Lcngyel 351, Rc-1 285, Hary Milchcll Kamlnsk 117, Er Nmty Jim Atnur 2U. m, m rm'-i helly Hansen W. SHron Povey 537, al Lenavel 171, Dfbtle 1M, Ick WcLtan Wlchael Baker 23i, om Passey Gary Thomson tit, avid Htnderjtn Goretai Sym- a, Michael Srarun 1U. JUNIOR AND SENIORS Carolyn Passey 183, Shelley Tobo W.slody Ives M3, TtrfV Novak 2M, Ken Slr.c'alr US laden Pllllna 5'0, M-jrray 08, Jol-.n Oaylin its. SENIOR' CITIZENS C. Van Wyk 322 Hen-y l-5'd 311 Tonn Archbold 'M I4-'3I Frank Berl-arl 775 17471. Jack Hurt ?M, Malt Bernhart 253, Car jiccann 235. Rty Lavalicy Scoiiy Wslr 525, Evan Evans W. PREBUILT Wt, Piriln 274, Richard Garret! 254, Cler; 273 Garry 241, Bob Thompson 772, Nalda Low Wary Thpmpion 20t, Liuirlli Loof 253, Neiboer 508, F-rotivw 101. ST. MICHAEL'S Sharon Ximery 303, Jack O'Sylllvan 251, Keily 7SI, Ha-ry Haaal 317, Pchl MS, FraiV Wauph (790, Smllh Krcl 214 Isabel Gerdcn 210, Myrta Wouiltf 525, Belly O'SulllyJl Roth 239. FARM SPECIAL! 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires EACH ONLY.... 115 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRE SALES i SERVICE ;