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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IF 'E EVER FINDS OUT YOU'RE! AT BINGO INSTEAD OF WATCHIN'THE GAME......' )_ NOT T1 WORRY E'S EITHER PIAVEQ UKE A GENIUS OR GOT SENT OFF... I SAVTHAT AFTER EVERY MATCH Action continues today and Sunday Bruins face tough series Maple Leafs riding high By THE CANADIAN PRESS Even If Toronto Maple Leafs go win less in the remainder of their Stanley Cup playoff series, there may be other clubs thank- ing them for beating Boston Bruins at least once. The Leafs edged the Bruins 4-3 in overtime in Boston Thurs- day to send the hest-of-seven National Hockey League quart- er-final set Into Toronto tied at a win each. The third game is IN STOCK NOW 10 SPEED BICYCLES AT BERT MAC'S CYCLE "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" All brcyclei ara property at- lembled, let-up and equipp- ed with a Icick stand and ser- viced with o 90-day free ad- .uitment policy and a 6 mon- th and labor warranty. From Japan APOllOS oRC'S ELIMINATORS SEKINES MONSHEE1 AS LOW AS 89.95 From Canada C.C.M. I'l Du Canada AJ IOW AS From France PEUGEOTS GITANES JEUNETS 104.95 AS LOW AS 112.95 From England RALEIGH Prix DAWES FALCONS AS LOW AS From Italy BOTTECHIA BRI7AITTE 119.95 AS IOW AS 129.95 OVER 700 Adult Bicycle! In ilocV In- eluding 3, 5, 10 and 15 ipeed. BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Your complete head' in S. Alberta. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Closed Monday Open Daily a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ar.d Fr'day a.m. to p.m. HOURS A WEEK TO SERVB YOU. OPEN A TOTAL OF lonlght, the second Sunday night in Toronto and the fidh Tuesday in Boston. Tlie Leafs now are riding what centre Jim Harrison calls "a great psj'chological uplift" and even if they can't win an- other game, they're sure to give Boston some trouhle. "Now it's a real tough series, real said Boston de- fenceman Dallas Smith after the Thursday loss. "A real tough series" for tlie Bnu'ns means (he prc-playoff picture that favored them to romp all the way to the Stanley Cup has changed. HANGEKS HAVE EDGE New York Rangers' apparent ease In handling Montreal Cana- diens also could affect the eventual outcome for the high- powered Bruins, East Division champions for a second year. The Canadians could rally but Rangers have the advantage of a 2-0 lead in their series going Into Montreal for the third and fourth games tonight and Sun- day. The powerful Bruins were fa- vored to have an easy time against the Leafs and again against the winner of the Minne- sota North Stars St. Louis Blues series in the West. The Bruins then were likely to Centennials manage 3-3 stalemate By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Battles were fierce but nobody won much in the quart- erfinals of the Western Canada Hockey League Friday night. Brandon Wheat Kings and Saskatoon Blades fought to a 3-3 tie In their series, sending the senior back to Saskatoon Sun- day night. The Blades, who lead the best-of-sevcn series 3-2, need only a tie at home to advance into the semi-final. The score was exactly the same Friday night in Calgary where the Centennials and Med- icine Hat Tigers settled for a 3-3 draw and a dead-lock of two wins the their series. They play again Sunday in Medicine Hat. The only game that ended de- cisively was in Rcgina where the Pats got a pair of goals late in the third period for an 8-6 win over Flin Flon Bombers. Flin Flon, nevertheless, has a 2-1 lead In games, with the fourth coming in Flin Flon Sunday night. have a rest before meeting a tired victor emerging from the semi-final between winners of the Montreal-New York and Chi- cago Black Penguins series. That projected road to the Stanley Cup has taken on added bumps with a rash of late-sea son injuries to Boston players although coach Tom Johnson said in Toronto Friday that most were healing satisfac- torily. The only doubtful starter for tonight, said Johnson, was centre Derek Sanderson, who has been spending nights in hos- j pital with an inflammation of the bowel. "Sandy's feeling under the said Johnson. The Leafs also have their In- jury problems although conch King Clancy refused to name his casualties. "We've got a couple of play- ers who are hurling, and I mean really said Clancy, "I don't want to say who they are but you can take my word for it." However, defenceman Brian Glennie, one of the toughest checkers for the Leafs in Uie se- ries, was believed to be nursing a groin injury, although he de- nied having a serious injury after limping from (he ice in Boston Thursday. Clancy had special praise for the work of Glennie and defence partner Jim McKenny for their improved play. "I was one that didn't know Glennie was that said Clancy. KING SMELLS ROSES "But he's improved 100 per cent. It just proves that if you give a guy a chance the kid will come up smelling roses." Glennie spent much of the season on the bench before win- ning a spot in the regular de- fence rotation after Mike Pelyk was sidelined by a knee injury and Jim Dnrey was traded to New York. Despite their two-game lead, the Rangers are not over-confi- dent going into Montreal. Ranger winger Rod Gilbert said Friday he figures the Cana- diens "will return lo normal at the Montreal Forum." He said he expected the Cana- dians to open up their attack on home ice. "In the last two matches, Montreal players have played much more this has made the difference. "I also noted that they ap- peared lo slow down after their second goal Thursday night." Both games tonight and Sun- day in Montreal and Toronto are scheduled lo start at 8 p.m EST. Saturday, April 197J THI LITHBItlDOl HFKALD 11 B.C. teams grab early lead at Games Dy nUDY IIAUGENEDER Herald Staff Writer Tlio results of tlie first day competition at the Western Canada Native Winter Games saw British Columbia calcu- late the most points toward (he gram! aggregate point trophy. British Colnmhia junior box- ers, ranging in age from 8 to 13-year-olds won most of the matches in their various weight groups. In the 75 pound class: Ricky Soop of Alberta defeat- ed Allan Barnes of B.C.; 65 pound class, Clyde Johnston oE B.C. over Frank Pruden of Al- berta; 70 pound class, Wes Luke, B.C. over Ernie Black Habbit of Alberta; In the 80 pound class Rie! Webb, Alberta over Dale Brown of B.C.; 85 pound class, Andy Stump of Alberta over Joe Pierre of B.C. In the junior SO pound class Lane Johnston of B.C. over Danny LindStrom nf AllHrta; 95 pound class, Barry Black Rabbit of Alberta over Louis Prince of Manitoba; 100 pound class, Neil Young of Alberta over Jerry Whule of Manitoba; Randy Jackson of Alberta outpointed Robert Cardinal also of Alberta in the 125 pound class with Terry White of B.C. losing to Hugh Calf Robe of Al- berta in his second match. In men's senior hockey Fort St. James Chiefs of B.C. de- enter] the Meadow Lake Sas- katchewan North Stars 6-0. Saskatchewan's Gordons re- serve (cam lost to the La Pas Manitoba Blues, 5-3. The Blackfoot Buffaloes from Cluny, Alberta defeated (he O4 -3'3 06 JOJ JO uoijg eas JQJ jssq JOf jng uapap eijj eq o) Lump 4ou op IHVSVMVM LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI Hardievilla Road, 13th Street North Phono 327-6117 Celtic bench strong BOSTON fAP) Boston Celtics' bench Is paying off, but there's still one hig hurdle left In their bid to advance in the National Basketball Association playoffs. "People keep saying they're dead, but they won't lay Boston sharp-shooter Jo Jo White said Friday night after the Celtics' 124-114 victory' over Atlanta Hawks. "I'm getting tired of going to White said after hit ing for 26 points. "I wish we could have wrapped It up at home, but there's no go to Atlanta The Celtics took a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Con- ference semi-final series with the Hawks, but had to hold off several spirited challenges by Atlanta. Boston built a 17-point lead, 25-8, in the first period, then had a major struggle until pull- ing away in the final quarter. Atlanta closed to within two points, 64-62, in the third period and trailed by just thrtt! points several times imtil White hit a basket and an 85-84 advantage at the three-rjuarter mark. The C e 11 i c s' bench came through in handsome fashion with Steve Kuberski, 7-foot Henry Finkel and Don Nelson playing key roles. Kuberski, a forgotten forward during the regular season, wrecked the Hawks with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Finkel, forced into action after center Dave Cowcns picked up a fifth foul early in the third period, hit on three key set shots in the final quarter. Nelson contrib- uted 16 points and had 10 re- bounds. In the American Basketball Association, New York Nets upset Kentucky Colonels 10092 to take n 3-1 lead in their best- o f -s e v c n Eastern semi-final. Utah Stars made it four straight over Dallas Chaps with a 103-9S victory in the Western Division 1 semi-final. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, APRIL 10-8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH TOR KAMATA vs DAVE RUHL SITO LEE VS PORTZ PRINGLE A1CHESON VS SULLIVAN MORRISON VS BUTCHER S2 Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Saruia grabs Kainloop's title KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Sarnia Navy Veterans, who reached the finals by default won the Kamloops Internation- al Bantam Hockey Tournament Friday night by drubbing Saanich, B.C., 5-0 in the cham- pionship game. The Ontario clnb, knocked out of [he tournament earlier Friday by a 6-5 loss lo Winni- peg in the A section finals, got a reprieve when Winnipeg withdrew from the tournament in order to compete in Ihc Manitoba Bantam champion- ships starting In Brandon to- day. Saanich reached the cham- pionship round by whipping Williams Lake, B.C., 5-2 in a playoff between the B and C section winners of Hie (ourna- mcnl that drew 3ii entries from Canada, tlic United States and Fort Alexander Manitoba Braves 3-2. Tho Hobbema Alberta team lo a squeckor from the Vemon, B.C. Tolems, 5-4. In the junior division, the INSPOL Thunderblrds from Edmonton bombed a Prince George, B.C. team 8-0. In men's senior basketball Ihe Winnipeg, Maniloba conlin- gcnl eked by North Battleford, Saskatchewan 37-35. Prince Hupert, B.C., defeat- ed INATSO from Lethbrldga 62-57; Selkirk, Manitoba clob- bered St. Philps Kampsac also from Manitoba, 67-36. North Vancouver's Native Brotherhood bombed the Blood Golden Eagles 56-36 with INATSO coming back to wipe- out North Battlcford 119-39. In the Junior men's event Prince George, B.C. defeated Prince Albert, Sask., 11-58 with the Blood, Alberta blasting Prince Albert 57-34, In the Senior ladies events the Blood team defeated Khowutzun, B.C. 44-24. The Re- gina Friendship Centre team lost to Khowutzun, 32-21. The hidies "B" section saw Duncan, B.C. heat Gordon, Sask., 42-23. The junior ladies competition was close and hard fought with Prince Albert, Sask. losing to 'he Blood, Alberta team 45-31. The Williams Lake, B.C. team lost to the Prince Albert team 73-33. Minor hockey Scott Jarvie and Keith Mlya- shiro scored Uvo goals each and paced Ihe Labor Club Bees to a 5-3 victory over tlie Ti-Cats and Midget League chaniploo- ship title Friday night. Lcroy Pavan notched the oth- er Bee's marker, who came back from a 3-2 second period deficit. Barry Ontkean rifled in a hat- trick in a losing cause. fTpORTS FANSI I BET YOU DIDN'T 1 KNOW GRABS OFF REBOUND Prince Rupert dominoted the backboards f-iiday and en a result upended Lelhbridga iNATSO In opening round of basketball at the firit annual Native Winter Penguins, Blues in trouble Teams still optimistic By THE CANADIAN PRESS To most observers, Pittsburgh Penguins' and St. Louis Blues' chances of overtaking their op- position in (he first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs look bleak. But their players and coaches remain optimistic despite the 2- 0 leads held by Chicago Black Hawks over Penguins and Min- nesota North Stars over the Blues in the best-of-seven se- ries. The Hawks visit Pittsburgh ant) the North Stars arc in St. Louis for Saturday and Sunday encounters, "I think we played a couple oE good said Penguins' Bobby Leiter. "Our guys aren't down and we know we can beat them.11 ''The home ice atid the crowd will Pittsburgh coach Red Kelly said, "We were within one goal Thursday and we could havn come nut a little better. Tliey didn't run us out of (he rink." The Penguins lost 3-2 Thurs- day, reflecting (he excellent goal-tending they're getting from Jim Rutherford. Minnesota needed overtime to get past the Blno.s on Thursday in a wild, loosely-played game. "We've always been able to bounce said St, Louis coach Al Arbour. FKLI) An interesting sidelight to the confrontation i n Pitts burgh's Civic Arena may be a renewal of the (cud between Hawks1 de- fenceman Keith Magnuson and Penguins' forward Eddie Shack. Shack received a major pen- alty in the first game after Magnuson suffered a 12-slitch cut on this forehead from Shack's stick. Chicago players spent eight minutes in the penalty box in the second game ns n result of altorcalions with Shack. Magnuson once dropped his gloves, indicating he wanted to fight, but Shack turned away. "Isn't that Shack said of Magnuson's move. "He drops his gl ovcs while I s til 1 have my stick in my "hands. Has he ever won a fight? I've never seen him win one. Has he ever tied a Hawks are still heavily fa- vored to win the series, and they'll likely be in a nasty mood, partly because of the fines imposed on the club and left-winger Dennis Hull after Hull was caught using a stick with illegal curvature. William (Dutch) Van Deelen, western supervisor of officials, called for a measurement with one minute remaining in the game Thursday and found Hull's stick to be three-eighths of an Such beyond the rules. Van Deelen told Hull the stick curvature he checked before and after the game were not the j same. I If the Blues are to "bounce back" as predicted by their coach, they'll have to solve the wizardry of Lome (Gump) Wor- sley's goal-tending in the North Slars' net. The 42-y e a r -o 1 d Gumper hasn't been beaten by the Blues in his last nine games, "We're going to have to learn how to get the puck past him. or we won't have much of a chance, that's for Arbour conceded. have Consolidated1 All cf Our telhbridge Operations to our DOWNTOWN LOCATION at: 334 4fh Street South On the Corner of 4th and 4lhl WE HAVE MOVED from our Courts Highway Location and ore NOT ASSOCIATED wJlh tho present operation there! Wifh Mosf of Our Same Courteous Staff on hnno' We Welcome all customers to come inl OUR TOc PER GALLON DISCOUNT Still Remains In Effect! GROVER'S GAS OIL SALES AND GROVER'S SALES LIMITED (334 4th Street South) by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. SCB If you can name the lait 5 winning teami in order in Ihe Slnnley Cup flnalj Here'i Ihe oiuwer, going bock from 1971 Mon- treal, Boston, Montreal, treal and Toronto. Hero'i an amazing ilory Oddly enough, hardly anyone [I today, yet if ii one of un- believable happening! 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