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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuwi.y, April 7, 1M MKAU 7 Lolich SJmrp For Tigers JH Opener Expos Fall In First 1970 Encounter tj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Montreal Expos resumed their familiar lodng role Moo- day, topping their Natioaal Lta0K itmm opener to Ciaoa- aati Beds while Mickey Lobch of Detroit Tigers used a secret SenaUri la the American The Beds ger Sparky Anderson a solid start by trimming Mootreal 5-1 behind southjiaw Jim Merritt's three-hitter at Cincinnati. just sat on the bench and a nice retarf Merritt hold the titles: for innings while the Reds' Lee liar, Bob Totan aad rvokie Bemie CarbO rocked Montreal's Joe Spanna for fourth-inning pitch to shut out Washington Anderson said after watching borne runs. At WaahiagUe, Meanwhile, LoUch and the Tigers took, a decision from the Setaton after DarM Ehenhower, Pmldeot Nizoi'l satto4aw, threw out tfaa iraartonal fint ball a chilled ertwd "I gc a new ptirt I threw it a tot and use itocky left-hander, who acaitered inta hill and riruet gut It ta a tarn hours and 43 miautM ball. ANDY CAPP WJffiR (AN TUffTSTTTHKE Lire's SDWORT. I call it the rtacofed jriten." for tlaborstim, Lei- SULLY SATS Enter Seattle Wins SEATTLE (AP) Totems exploded goals in tbe final period Mon- day right, to _oXeatfboeni Seattle. final playoff opponent for three land Buckaroos. U in a Ridden-death playoff (he fourth arid, last Westen The two teams tied for fourth place at the end of the regular L necessitating a show- to determine the senu- CBC Network Will Cany Playoffs a re- vfe tfc tt-Gnal Series between Detroit Bed and games j p. Baiw. sports. of CTTpj the CTV win eartT gainei from the stags win itj series. Boston iSftins meet New York Rangers in the other playoff m the National Hockey East Dnfeion.- St. Bhies are pitted against Miniesota North Stel! and PittsborgH Pen- goto oppose Oakiaod Seals in the West The CK) wul also carry the Saturday .and Sunday a the New series. Saturday right the game will telecast over- CMinei Aevei at white SunArj; the gaine gets oader way1 at five o'ttock. Wells Called Up (CP) 77 Biid Vancou- Canucks, said Monday tMt forward Welk, 42, iBtt xm the Western Hockey League bound Midway tie tint P> nod ltd PbnMb -red the lead into the final period, Tom BwlyaB banged in a re- bound from the left wing to tie tbe score in the final peried and Ray La Hose banged a another rebound for the To- tems' winning goat With jnst one second left W play and the Phoenii gcel emp- ty Seattle's Bob Courcy fired into the empy net .Phoenii pirt heavy on Seattle goalie Rani Giflow sod he made nuMerMi key saves in .pafMd it keep the TotaM k Seattle wul tte tint round of toe playoffs whUe whicn fhy fehed foe teaeoQ in first place', entertains San Di- ego tonight. Elks dub Announces Reg Smeed The guest list of the 10th an- goal Milk River Elks Sports- taatfi Dinner grew by one to- isioan chairman Bob lock of Milk River announced trie afternoon that Reg Smeed of Lethbridge will be on hand trbga dnrjer is served Satur- day, April 23. Stneed has long been one o( [he fittest bowlers in south Al- berta and Is one of the fro! veteran stars of the five-pin game. An avid bowler Reg is the of Jack Srnred, also CAN ONLY feel sorry' tot out ptrtoft follomng the wrapup of the National Hockey League this past weekend. Victor Stasiuk, a classic at .local boy makes good, and his Huladelphia Flyers are on the outside looking in. They feU in almost old western ambush fashion. TWo weeks ago they were deadlocked in a battle for second place'with Pittebttrgh feUJUini. No one concerned themselves with the ffiturt of the Flyers. It was taken almoit for granted thai they were in. How times changed. I wonder just how much Vic would give to have one of his club's 24 ties made into a win. They came so close and yet were so far away. Stasiuk and his charges will he back. If the Leth- bridge product has instilled 'even half the desire be displayed during hii hockey career into .charges, the future holds bright things for the Philadelphia Flyers. It certainly will seem strange ndt Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup chaie. It goes to show nothing is guaranteed in th'6 Wonderful world of sport. New York did tht taeXpected and it had to have a psychoJogical 6t the Canadiens. Habs are a better prettUre cWb than they displayed Sun- day. Something happened as thf ash sees few Uoydminster 7-2 Monday es in nef ambition ill to win the an Olympic gold medal Canada intermediate jer, Monday demurely accepted ff fjomiMlion into semi-final 3-1 and advance to the final against ROse- Sports Hart of Sask., Ked Wings. ALBisRTANS WIN OTTAWA (CP) Age carried day Monday as Harold Calgary, cap-ured the postal employees1 SIDELINED WINNIPEG- (CP) Fihl Bombers coach Pat Cirmell safel Jiofiday he doesn't think forward Gene Cart will be back with ionai curling title with a chili this seaeob. >iayoff victory Bob rookie centre from Nan- wda at B.C. suffered a leg Seterdtry sight in the LLOYDMINSTER game of the Western POWELL RIVER, B.C; Hockey League finall Powell RivW Reglefi Winnipeg Jets. AKAF LAWN BOWLING hou> IN THE CLUB Wednesday, April 8th 8 OENHAI BUiimK WILL if ROYAL RESERVE m OCRBy j for outstanding flavour and distinguished service, ;