Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
"TUESDAY, APRIL Advance Purity Po-i-eU ZUison..... Consumers 7S2 712 776 792 823 1063 639 806 Calgary Wallops Trail By 7-3 Score Four In Two Minutes CALGARY, April Trail i with Ha-asnSe and Buckna getting and Calgary i credit for the assisis- o' and Calgary peders today moved to BdEaonioa But Sawcfcuk tallied for Stam- Peterson 228, Clesiis 236, Snierei 253, Andrews 204, Yorgaseo, 215. Banuerman P61 934 Peacock Kr-son 979 S72 930 Lewis 211, McLean 227. Holmes 232, Pelletier 207. C. McLean 218. SiEitii 266. Doraa 21S. Ni-sscn 2C6. Fury 230, Myers 230. Canada Paint 988 9S2 Vendors S47 1DOS 912 Painting 220. "vTaddicgton 244. Godsalve 238, Doa Bmrs 220, Dean ,3inos 204. Columbus Club. SS3 1027 1103 :Home FitSeld 831 897 912 Ball 214. Hudson 292. Harrsen -Banlett 209. Luclani 242. Donald- son 210. Seanaan 210, Ctidie 236. Post Office 834 1045 863 Batons Sll 1117 107i Clark 230, Charles 248. Goodlad 2'6 Farrell 221, Marsh 214, Rush- ton 249, Williams 232. 'Gas 890 863 842 Sick's........... "68 710 755 Pelietier 219. Davidson 219, Birrell 258. 1144 101 77 Oil........... 953 1139 1071 Pilling 216, Hropinak 289, Davis -223, Afganis 226, Wright 297, Mezle ;252, Barnes 204. Baceda 253. Pratt Persley 276. Harris 272. ..Tonight's Games pjn. SaitSres TS. Diamond B 2-3. Commandos vs. taisterites 4-5. Superiors vs. Bombers 7-8. Hits and Misses vs. Hadars 9-10. Shamrocks vs. 'Wings 1-6. pjn. _; Canadians vs. Grenadiers 2-3. Quints vs. Robots 4-5. 5 Stickers vs. Greyhounds 7-8. t Dodsers vs. Cardinals 9-10. Coraets vs. Carelli's 1-6. pjn. 2 Zeros vs. Kitsoa Kids 1-6 Woolworths vs. Anemeo 2-3. Pin Ups vs. Eagles 4-5. Jokers vs. Safe-ways 7-8. TThosits vs. Telephone Girls 9-10 'Wednesday's Games p Grads vs. Gang Busters 2-3. HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and senior hockey night rath Calgary holding the ocly -ictory in the series. Stampedefs finally throoxh to "-3 win last nitht after the first games end- ed in 1-1 and 4-t overtime dead- locks. Four less than two tbe dving- moments of the first per- iod the tome team the victory. Trail fought stubbornly thereafter but the margin just too great. Calgary had held an edge for most of" the oeriod but it wasn't until trie last three minutes that it Mid oS in goals. Dune got the first one oa a pass from Red Hunter Duke Scodeliaro partly blocking the shot but it rolled into a corner. Doug Cairns fired the next one on an assist from Bunny Dame. Joe Fisher picked up Cairns' re- bound for the third and then Cslras combined with Fisher and Art Michaluk for the fourth. Bunny Dame made it 5-0 at of the second period and then Trail surged to a comeback. The veteran Ab Cronie slammed home the Smoke Zaters" first goal near the midway mark and "China Kwong and Don Menzies added two more sew UD the game. Trail tried hard but brilliant work Russ Dertell in the Calgary nets keps them pointless. The teams will return to Calgary for the remainder of the series. Lineups Trail Scode-laro: Luke. Ander- son; Croaie. Buekaa, Menzies: Kwong, Marshall. Kwascle, Gard- ner, Crowder. WaddelL iiclniyre. Saw- chuk; Hunter. Grant. Bro-amridge; Cairns, Fisher. Dame, Mclntyre, Wilder. Desmarals. Cralgaton and L5ad- qulst. Sunsmarr First Calgarv, Grant (Hunter) 2, Calgary. Caims (Dame) 3. Calgary, Fisher (Caims-Melntyre) 4. Cal- Cairns" (Fisher-Michaluk) (2 min- ors and Anderson. Second Calgary, Dame (Caims) 6. Trail, Cronie (Menzies) 7. Trail. Kwcng (Kvrasnie) S. Trail, Menzies (Buckna) Third Calgary, Saw- chuk 30. Calgary. Fisher (Dame) THE OTHER. NiGUT, SQUSRE OF KAVSNS TO EUSf WUH SOEMTiHC NOXlOK Ray UPON VCW GRAFTING SEVERAL VARIETIES OF FRUTT BUSHES. I MOPE TO WJJ. YIELD A COfffiSTB FRUTT IKE WILLIAMS K.O.'S ED G10SA PHHADELPHIA. April 9. LooisiEg like a champion for the first tkae in more than six rcoatbs, Ike V.'illiaias. the National Boxing Association ZizhiaeSght. tiilefcoider frora TreciosC N'.J.. knocked out Eddie Giosa. Philadelphia, in the round of their return ID-round bout at the areca Moncav night. Williams, who will defend his title aeainst Enrique Boiancos at'i Los Anseles, April 30, weighed 136U 1 ibs. to Gicea's !37. Vancouver Wins Coast Title Play Boston Crown 19 YEARS IN N.H.L.; DIT CLAPPER RETIRES HAMILTON WINS 2-1, MONTREAL ROYALS OUT Unique Horse Race Seen By Gloucester j Vancouver into 3-0 lead. The costess rosghened the end of the period aad sewral 8 penalties were aseteeS out. Jack Snith, and LyaH Swacey were SosJi sent to tbe peratity beat seconds frora time to leave Vancouver rsra men short at siari of the tSlrtL The Wolves, Jaysever, were ua- to take advantage and i; -rasn'; until both squads -arere at JaE C'Q-T was Vancouver's' strergth that BelSfcsxer Mc- 1 fourth, one for HoHrsrood.: Aseele? after Earrr 22- 1 in a fSrial. i liard's pass. Canucks their rse-s- A erc'sd of taan 5.000 cowr- against Boston here Friday rJlght, as ?h2 -f the Southern cf P-C. TTj.. presented Ph2 StesJersoa rrrrahT to -v OJT KINGSTON. NorfoK Island. Biair-l? through magnificent izoal- 'HcV.-T Australian Territory. tending by Taaeour-A Sd For the first Is- j eeley and Home cete. Hoiiywooa land cup. this Paciiie islands j castocjaE. Adaras. TANCOtriTEK, R.C.. Aprfl Thompson's Van- couver Canucks downed HoBywood n'olres 2 to 1 to win the Pacific Coast Hoeker Lea- championship and the to play Boston Wympies for ITsitwi senior erown. Jille last year br the Seattle Ironznen. sparse r scores classic horse racing event wiA a Neither tras abte coust j series. Canucks lead the best-of-seven series 3-L Anxiety was high in Montreal resterdaj- that the National Hockey eague leaders mighc be without the ervices both of Butch Bouchard. heftv defence star, and Captain Hector (Toe) Blake, both of whom suffered injuries in the cup series. But Gorman was opumisac. "It looks as though both Bouchard and Blake -will be playing 2nd the team will be at full he said. Any special feeling about the next game? ".No. but they'll be playing. Milt Schmidt, star Boston centre. s recovering from a charley-horse. and has a neck and shoulder injury- Playing Coach Dit Clapper, who announced his retirement after 19 vears in professional hockey, tried out in Sunday night's game at Bos- :on. but withdrew a few minuteh later when one of his knsss buckled. Bouchard's mishap occurred Sun- day when he aggravated a. six- weeks-old knee injury, and Franjae Eeidols stands ready to replace him if necessary. If Blake, with a back injury, feels below par. Dutch Hiller may be used on the punch line with Elmer Lach and Maurice (Rocket) Richard. Murph Chamberlain hss been playing full games, but is af- fected" by a torn cartilage in his left, side. chances were missed before Stan Robertson fired the winning coal, assisted by Mason atid Miocmovich, at of the period. Now the Tigers await the winner of Trail-Calgary western senior final. UXEUPS Staham. Harvev: Gravelle: Curry. Riopelle. Subsr'Sraart, Hefferman, O'Connor. Moran, LaForce. Malone. I-aurent Sher- ry: Shillington; Conick. Brady. Subs: Dinning. Miocinovich. Run- ions Robertson. liRcembe. Maseru Shouldice; Lines- Pratt. STTSDLVTtY First none. Pen- Dinning. Second none. O'Connor, Mas- j on. ennia! Alberta champions, at Ray- mond April 12 and 13. The winner meets Saskatoon Toilers at Saskatoon in a similar series April 15 and 15 aad the vic- tor of that series meets "Winnipeg St. Andrews in a best-of-three ser- ies at April 18. 20 and 22. GRANUM STARTS COMMUNITY DRIVE TO DEVELOP SPORT needed a wsU organized spors and 'could be earned out by JJe or- recreational program. pso- j ganization. __ pie r.eed outside spon activities ii was decided to contact are properlv orsarlzed and War Assets and renew- the rscuess supervised if they are to develop for an aupors building. The asaes- _W _ -J ?T_ TftffiTA iSVflTl Hockey Survivors physically and morally. The rising wave of ency is partiail; j ing went are taken to prevent it. Representatives from die concern of the club would be 22s i organization of a tixree-teara fcase- fBy The Canadian Press> Only three survivors were left fa Tigers ______ the Trail Smoke Eaters. and Recreational The junior race to the Memorial; Granuai district. Cup is alreadv down to the final- QJ, mouon o; j. St. Michaels and 'Win- nipeg Monarchs- the j schccl, assisted, by coaching I transpcrtaUori irom the club. Boyle and! The secretary was instructed to STANLEY CUP STATISTICS Vancouverite Loses In U.S. Ring Tourney BOSTON, April a convincing demonstration that am- ateur boxing has regained its pre- war status, the National Amateur _ Athletic Union championship tour- Bob Holleron. ne-ss editor of radi ney today promised plenty of new station KTSA. said Mickey Owe thrills. told him today that he was goin With 172 hand-picked fisticuffs on its lists, the journey was un- able to send all of its star perform- ers into yesterday's opening action at Boston Garden. Among fistic flourishes that to- pressed was Keith Hamilton of New Orleans, the 1945 112-pound winner now ccmneting as a who launched his bid for anocner national title by polishin? off com- petent Stanley Almond 01 Vancou- ver. (By The Canadian Press.) Final iBest-of-Sevcn Series) F W L P A Montreal ..........4 3 11310 Boston ............4 1 3 10 13 Third FONTYPOOL BLANKS 1 Vr-treal Gra- SWANSEA IN KCGGER 2 mmSol LONDON. April 9. 5-05- 3. Ham- Pontypool shut-out Swansea Mason. Miocino- i the only Rugby Union game ?n "iClCI Fred Cartwright. Prank Deilan was -writs J. H. Koss. Director cf ae appointed chairman, for the meet- j arid Hecreatlpn, and ask If he Mel Edwards was appointed address a public mestinff during sng. ___ i secretary. These officers act until the orsanlzation meeting. Ken IT moved that "We form, an ilton. Robertson (Mason, vich) week, in ApriL Announcement ccncerniE? this --------------meeting wil be posted as soon as in' organization for the furtherance of j arrangements are complete. Svery played j health and recreation in the town! person ia. the disuse': :s asked to Monday in the United Kingdom, 'district; of this attend this meeting.____________ BLONDIE ENDURANCE CONTEST Registered tf_S. Patent Offlce By Chic Young WHY Dip S4E ASK YDU J WSLUM3J GO RIGHT BACK-AND ASK HIM WELL, LETS SEE ASK FATHER VAVIA.CAN I HAVE ICE CREAM DONALD DUCK HE'S GOT SOMETHING THERE Registered U.S. Patent oaice By Walt Semi-Finals (Bcst-of-Seven) Montreal 4 Boston 5 Detroit 5 Chicago 4 L P A 4 0 25 7 4 1 16 10 1 4 10 15 0 4 7 25 FOR MEN ONLY SLACKS orts Coats Just sportcoats, gabardine slacks, grey flannel slacks. Also a limited number of gabardine, Harris and Donegal tweed topcoats. TIP TOP TAILORS LUTED 309A Sixth Street S. Phone 2232 back to Brooklyn Dodgers. "Midcey saidr he had thought it over, and figured he -sroald lose too many of his old friends i' he went to Mexico." Holleron said. Owen later said he -sill have to find out. more about his contract in Mexico before he goes south of the border, he said here today. He said he had tried "two or three times" to get. in touch frith Branch Rickey, general manage- of the Dodgers, at High Point. N.C.. There the Dodgers supposed to be. He said he had talked to Bob French, Toledo Blade sports editor, who has been m Mexico arid is ac- quainted with conditions there. Osren said French had not. "much trouble him on Mexico, and that the jump of Vemoa Ste- phens back across the border to St. Louis BroTms had impressed him. "I have never been In Mexico." Owen said, "and I'm not goir.g ur.Ul I get more at ail. Al present I have no definite plans other than to wort cut a few cays Toledo." Noted U.S. Sports Editor Is Retiring ST. LOUIS, April E. Wray, sprrts editor of the St. Louis Pest-Dispatch, wrote into his col- umn Saturday the announcement of his retirement and appointment of J. Rov Stockton as his successor. Wray.'who will continue as as- sociate sports editor, said failing eyeslighfc was compelling him to give up the job he has held for 38 years. He became -widely known for his authoritative columns on horse rac- ing and in 1S44 was the only sports toiter in the United States to pick St. Louis Browns to win the Ameri- can league pennant in the Associat ed. Press' annual poll. Individual Statistics GAP Pen 4 10 14 4 .6 6 12 5 7 4 11 15M ,5 2 7 13 6 G 6 2 6 0 Lach, Montreal Blake, Montreal Richard. Montreal Guidolin. 'Boston Filion. Montreal .....3 Schmidt, Boston .....2 Dumart. Boston .....4 Bauer Boston ......3 McsdeU. Montreal 4 Cleveland Leads Buffalo 2 to 1 BUFFALO. K.T, Apri! fTf Cleveland Barons took a C-l lea-? in the play-offs for the American Hockey LKSJTUP cham- pionship and the Calder Cnp by defeating Bnffftlo Bisons 6-5. Sunday on Lon Tmdel's Coal at of an overtime period. It was second soa! of the same, witnessed by persons. Len Halderson scored Bt-wns" first soa! 14 spcor.ds alter the face- off. Ear5 Barthoioirse batted horn? Tom Burlington's rebound to tie at Jerry BeHfmarrc Fert Bisons ahead at 1.V20. and Vic Lynn made it 3-1 at Jacr: bresVawar made if 4-1 at 4 38 of the second. Fred Thurier carne back for the Barons xrith a 35-footer at and Trudei put the visitors onlv one In arrears at his second goal at and the Bisons left the ice. leadme 5-3. The Bisons unwisely tried power plays In the third, pr.d Thurier LTL ABNER THE FEARLESS MAN WHO WASN'T THERE By Al Capp VO' SSXcPS IATE SOMETWJES TIU. LESTTR C.COCR OF 'FEARLESS FOSDSCKriS !M tOWER S5.C3SOV.A- FO' LENA. TH' HYENA- AMERICAM BOY VW3 1NT7MES El iS A FH1AR1-E.SS FOSD1CK BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night Sy WILLIAM Rm and OARENCS ------------_as scored two goals in seconds on breakaway plays at and giving hiih three goals for the eve- ning. The toams will resume the best- of-swn series in Cleveland Tues- day night. THERE i ITS LOCKED A JUST fc5 BRICK ORDEKD.J KNOW THIS JS NO -SO DOHT MAKE SROS, ARMED THE WAY TO GREET IOONTUSETHIS. I-W AFRAID B51CK AHD FAT OLD GRQG ACE NOT FRlEHSiS AT ALL BUT ENEVMES. JEWS PA PER I rWSPAPER!