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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD SPORTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL CUP FOR SIXTH TIME In This Corner... By HARRY PAINTING (Sports Editor) Toe Blake's Goal Paves The Way j Goes Down By 6-3 Room and Board byG'neAlara MOJCT33M, Royals azd their' forward iirie can re- tars H> the iwo-bK seats f todav. Tie Sll-uniformed Tigers end super-goalie Ar: Chiles sidelined ihe "little X-Hi." charcp- iOEs teih s. 2-1 their iznrd straight cf the sens, auc Bv PIERHS LS MOVE'S. Canadian Press Stall Writer. MONTREAL, April The Stanley cup, emblematic of urorld hockey today is in 'he hands of Montreal's fast-stepping Canadiens follow- ing their 6-3 decision over Bos- ton Bruins last night in the fifth game of the best-of-seren series. Canucks "who took the stralgSi ci me i cranucas, toos. ice cjualifJed. to oppose either Calgary; Hockey league championship :or or Trail In ihs Canadian Snal. inree ears m a row and the ci s faro of them, coaaed tiie _ f j- _ _ cock tXe-s- Gravel Ireal'. Firs: Period: 1. Boston. Co-a'Iey. Montreal. Fshosi "s. Boston. Bauer Montreal. Lach 5. ITcntreal. Mosdeli tHar- i Bauer. i Second Period: 6. "Schmidi. Peters, j T. Hearcon. I Period: 7. Montreal. Biake bv "s. 'Montreal. Cham-j Eamil-oa. ksmra in the eas; ss four ofTiv'sTgames. The lone berlain. J. Montreal. Killer j team because of Boston came last Sunday when their old Bruins eked out a 3-2 overtime earallv haven'; crashed in their on a goal by Hssrdcn. viewy deflated other games also wen: the "Quebec super-ream and ns'time. fcjgalr-paid "amateur" stars to tse, BLISTERING PACE race "of '4-3. 5-1 and 2-1. Hamilton canadiens were the Ply ins. has Tron 32 of 36 games this, Frenchmen cf yore last ruga; as season. i they set, a pace that skated both .themselves and Sruins almost into In Calgary. Stampeders crushed the ice. but, they had to come from Trail Saters 7-3 through, behind twice before the Boston de- shee'' piled up four; fence broke down in the third als irt and 57 seconcs' period under the terrific sirain and t a- ihe end cf the first period, permitted Canadians to ring up. made K 5-0 shortly after _the j three goals for their margin o: STANLEY CUP STATISTICS f3v The Canadian Press.) Final "iBest-of-seven Series) p. F. Montreal 4 1 1 4 A. 3: '39 790 Greyhounds.......... 742 95S ToecoM 204. Yaselenai 329.- CommandoE.. Lusterites...... H. George 232. Superiors...... Bombers 747 83S 877 820 SSa 834 a 927 772 Isabel Aird Trophy .I..J..J. .J..J..J.. .J. .S. .S. .J. .J. PRESENTED AT LADIES' CURLING BANQUET 911 779 811 S17 M. Watkins 207, D. Bulpitt 251. Spitares f55 Diamonc E............ P. Linn 245. J. Swedish 202, M. .McLaughllu 213. !Hit Misses...... Radars B. Snow 1SS. Shamrocks......... Wings........... Eleanor Star 208. Quints........... Robots........... Beth Gillespie 239, 001 of due to mild weather. The competition for the Isabel Aird troahv for the city championship was riot completed. This trophy was presented to the club for annual competition for the city champion- A; this occasion Mrs. Aird was. the recipient of a beautiful bouquet of spring flowers from ihe members of the Ladies' Curling club; the president also received a corsage of pink roses. Later in the evening bridge A successful curling season was brought to an official close by the Lethbridge Curl- ing club recently, when a ban- quet and presentation of priaes was held at the Y.M-C.A. Mrs. D-hel Pelger, president of the club, presided over the gather- ing and the evening's activities began with the singing of "O Can- ada" and the National Anthem. During the dinner period, spirited community singing was led by Mrs. Gladstone Virtue at the piano. in isas generally acknowledged enjoyed, the favors going to tne that, with the fine" fellowship and S following: First prize. Mrs. Mar- co-operation of all ssie- garet McLennan; hidden score, ofmonn 1 TrmtO CQnSOlatlQU. Semi-finals (Best-of-seven) i Monireai Du and nan in the ilont- Snmsek. middle canto goo under -a-ay. while piling in the rubber on Sccc- i ellaro. they tomgnt. Brimsek's auck-sieppins abiliaes i _ __ _ __ Calgary has four eighi needed to win title bur- thevli have the war for the crown. Smokies are sriil tough. Capacity of the game rearing fa at Brooks" will be doubled this yea 26 16 10 7 Hockey's 'Dirty Old Men" 5! Head West For Allan Cup 10' is. 25 team mm mat tne coniesi was rsaiiv us- i Guidolm. Boston 5 -nose i pis-on. Montreal 4 Schmidt, Boston 3 Dumart. Boston 4 st Brooks" will be doubled this year.' jionieal 5 according to E. Forum, showered the ice with! chamb'laiB. Mont. 4 that the contest was really de- jcided. The game was held up several times, once for a five-minute pencd. en one of the largest crowds that TO go a long war to Al- berta's game bird depeieted areas. The only sli-Xegro hcckev linej !n the history of the spans has broken no until next -sclnter. Trie colored trio. Herbie. 24. and Osse. 27. Carnegie and Manny St. formed classy line for Sner- Bandies in the Quebec Pro- vincial Eockey League. Herbie Car- negUs placed second in the league's ecoring race, 4J goals and 36 assists. The Camegies will return to their cartase business -while Mc- Jiitvre is going into minor league professional baseball in the united States. Hociey players aren't born theVre made, in the oninion of 3d- die" Shore. "TO cnr'on hockey players __________80.000 the -world today- ciai fish and game commissioner, j copogrs. Daaers, rubbers aad what The farm's pheasant ana pannage hg..p vouj incubat-or Trill be doubled and 12 new Bruins Lead Twice broode1" houses erected. Tha; ough: sjij covriev broke the scoring ice ,_.- of when ce lired a low backhander behind Duman to take advantage of a penalty to Montreal's Batch Bou- ___________________ the count when he sank a goalmouth pass from Dutch Hiller. Bruins came surging back and Bobby Bauer lifted them into a 2-1 lead when he pick- ed a rebound off the stick of Montreal 4 A. 12 2 3 4 3 3 2 2 2 17 13 n 6 6 rens initial post-war seasos Hockey Results fBy The Canadian Press.) Xational League Finals Boston Bruins 3, Montreal Cana- dians wirs best-of-seven series American League Finals Buffalo 5 Cleveland 7. iCleveland leads best-of-seven series T7.S-H-L. Finals Kansas Cir.- 8. Tulsa 2. (Kansas City leads best-of-seven series By WILLIAM H. DUMSDAY (Canadian Press Staff VTnter.) Pen. in TORONTO. April P. Mins. -wouldn't be fair to term 4 them "dirtv old men" but it's a, 5 fact that the team Hamilton 15x Tigers will send west in quest 13 of the Allan cup is probably the 6 dirtiest and oldest outfit to 2 battle for the Dominion senior 0 hockey title in quite a spelL 2 Since they won their fourt 6 straiaht game in the regular (XcuA. the landscape, naving 18s schedule several months ago the j spurs in Saskatchewan. 2 superstitious more __________ tnan 3D vsars not; HAU ib washed their yellow and black sweaters or ill-matched and much- red-and-white stockings- Goalie Art Childs has not eves, washed his playing underwear and wjU i-V fciii 1 cessful season was much enjoyed. Mrs. Irene------- The first competition iras for the Mrs. Ila Tenney. CS rt nt fiitTl jY The members of the Curl- 17 818 837 935 874 G. Withage 807 745 SS3 804 Ladies "C" McLeod 177. Jokers bnns them similar luck when tney sa-kle the winners of the Trail j Whosits Smoke Earers-Calgary Starapeders series. For most of hockey's famed "Rag- gedv-Anns" the western rail jaunt scheduled from Hamilton late this week wiH be their first glimpse or the nrairies. But two of their front- line stars, Dillon Brady and Clar- ence Shillington, are familiar with the landscape, having earned -their Comets Cateliis Lois Horn 237, A. Dodgers Cardinals 803 958 P Miller 222. E. Ksk 202, A. Bar- ter 215. I. Chapman 302. Canadians Grenadiers Gerry Llewellyn 198. 91S S3t> 867 870 Telenhone Cavers 249. Woolwonhs Anameos orslv eight good players. didn't rlame them. He Shore that coaching Is re- sponsible for lack of good play- ers. "They don'fc teach the kids any- he Porky Dumart and fired the puck into "the unprotected corner of the net. Canadiens nullified that tally again with. Lach caging a rebound off the stick of Frankie Canadiens jumped into their nrst lead shortly before the end of the period -when Kenny Mosdell devi- ated into the nes a long shot by Glen Harmon. Ciose checking prevailed in the i second period and Mill Schmidt i CLEVELAND, April tallied the only goal. The third i Cleveland Barons took a lead of frame started at a slower pace until j jjireg games to one hi the American Caaadiens threw caution to the I Jockey league finals winds in an effort to break the I stalemate. Cleveland Leads 3-1 In A.H.L. Finals along with the rest of the shabby Cats he no intention of be- coming laundry-conscious for the Mavbe it's just a coincidence but the onlr time Hamilton ever won the Allan cup was when the Tigers clicked in 1919. first year alter the Fresh from the biggest upset- in season's eastern hockey whirl when thev eliminated the favored Montreal "Rovals in three straight games, the "Tigers plan to take i-------- things easy until they-invace Re- gina for the opening game of the {jest-of-seven Allan CUD series. Most ancient of the oldsters who won 33 of 3S starts this campaign is centre Doug Runions. bald 35. Winger Frankie Liscombe is the team's babv ac 25. The Jangle Sings ciiocec m msv mtx- tiAc teams au iiic "-a-' First Great War. The club's 1946 scored goals for an average of edition has high hopes that- the cur- 5.3 a game while supplying goalie TPPOTfl 1C Calgary Allan Cup Dates Set REGIKA, April S Plck- Childs enough suuporc to record 16 shutouts and allow only 60 pucks to skid cast him. Outstanding feature of Tigers brilliant showing has been, the net- work of Childs, bora in England 30 years ago. Unorthodox and spend- ing much of tims 619 676 773 90S 622 551 806 770 by Miss .'Aird's rink and presented bv Miss Marion Clarke. The personnel of the rink is: Mrs. Wm_ gtrome. lead: Mrs. Chas. Luchia. second; Mrs. G. S. Sledd, third: Miss Reta Aird, sSnp. Cnfortunately, on account of club espress their appreciation of all the courtesies extended to them during the winter ty Dr. W. R. Haig. president of the men's curling club, and Mr. Pooks of the men's draw committee, for his kind assistance during the season. GRAZIANO, WOLCOTT LEAD 1946 WASHINGTON. April 9. (5V-Colorful Rockv Graziano, middleweight, and jersey Joe Wolcott. heavyweight, were the big guns of the Sght game the last three months, Bunching their way to title-challenging champion. Tony Zale, Indiana; logical contenders, Rockv Graziano, Michigan; George Abrams, US. navy; Jacob Lamotta, Xew York. "Welterweight champion. Marty Servo. New York; logical contender. 715 822 829 770 743 752 775 272, H- Gill 265, H.I in the first quarterly ratings of 11946. the National Boxing Associa- "Tft' tion today stamped Graziano among the 160-pound contenders" and included Wolcott among the boxers" in the big- boys class. Montreal's Johnny Greco was list- ed as an "'outstanding contender'' in the welterweighD division. In announcing the ratings. Presi- dent Abe J. Greene of the NJB.A. exDressed dissatisfaction with cham- pions "pickling them (their titles) in the brine." As soon as scheduled title de- fences are concluded, the NJ3.A- -'looks to champions to defend their titles at least once every sis he said. This declaration applies to the winner of the June 19 heavyweight fight between Chamnion Joe Louis and Billy Conn in New Tork. The ratings: Heavyweight champion. Joe Iris Gamble 207. Pin Ups....... Eagles......... J. Smith 183. Tonight's Games fJXL. Grads vs. Gang Busters 2-3. Bank of .Montreal vs. Rockets 4-5. Gazelles vs. Bank of Com. 7-8. T-BJD. vs. The Pegs 9-10. MaDle Leafs vs. Pattisimos 1-6. Thursday's Garner pan. 77 Service Station vs. Grocery 2-3. Mihalik's V Cateili Food Products vs. Kirk's Tire Shop 4-o. Pyramid Motor Sales vs. Bowla- dronie 7-S. Jeeps vs. Fruett's Studio 9-10. p.m. Elks TS. Sick's Brewery Chevrolet-.vs. Arcade 4-5. Lethhridge Hotel vs. Bankers 7-8. T.C.A. vs. Hook Signs 9-10. tiie I Buffalo Bisons. 7-5, before a record L crowd of fans Tuesday night. wben old r jed 3-1 after 15 minutes, reliable Toe Blake I Cievsiaj2a tied the count before over, rolled into The real breal doesn't think coaches in the vicinity of the h goajs fcaow how to teach the fundaiaenr- als of the game 'pass along an wiE do captain of 11 seasons with Can- However, while the coach- Snore himself didn'L offer any solution. Now 44, he recalls his 17 years in ihe big time with the com- mens that -when he started as a tid "the coaches called me an awk- vard farmer, but I studied the game Admisung that he blushing: violet. Sdcie says hs adiens for Canucks two years ago the overtime goal that beat Chicago Black Hawks. Canadiens were skating rings around Boston in the last part of the frame and Murph Chamberlain goals in the last period to clinch the game. Other Cleveland scorers were Phil Hergesheimer, Cunningham. Fred Thurier, Ernie Trigg, and Alex Moiter. tne irame ana jviuiyLi j __ and Dutch Eiller had little trouble j Bison marksmen were BeHemarre, ___ t-tn i "FifinLnTnan could stall take his on the blue ime in site of his of anv J club in spite of his 44 rears and "Td finish the season, at the worst, on the second all-star team." Shore was picked 12 arnes on the JTSL. all-star team- is no jn beating Bnmsek and wind up McMahon, Halderson, Boothman -2g parade. i and Mundrick. President Mervm Dutton i The fifth game of the best-of- seven finals -cill be az Buffalo Thursday night. pri s s as ceve ard of Ssgina, vice-president of tiie jje spelled off with Canadian Amateur Hockey Asso- ciarion, announced Tuesday the Allan cup finals for the Canadian to help England win it, Childs iTas clever today as when} only Olympic title in Germany 10 Jim- years ago. Louis. Michigan: logical contender, Billr Conn, Pennsylvania. Light-heavyweight champion, Gus Lesnevich, New Jersey: logical contenders. Archie Moore. Missouri: y ing boxers, Tippy Larian, New Jer- sey; Beau Jack, Georgia; Johnny Greco, Montreal. Lightweight champion, Ike Wil- liams. New Jersev; logical contend- ers. Bob Montgomery, Pennsylvania; Enrique Belances, Mexico. Featherweight champion. Sal Bartolo. Massachusetts; logical con- tenders, Willie Pep. Connecticut; Phil Terranova, New York. Bantamweight champion, Man- uel Ortiz, California; logical con- tender, none listed. Flvweight champion. Jacklo Patterson. Scotland; logical con- tenders, Dad Marino. Hawaii; Joe Curran, England; Terry Allen, Eng- land. MOUNT ROYAL RACE TRACK IS SOLD MONTREAL, April Mount Roval race track to a group of Montreal businessmen was an- nounced Saturday by Paul E. Dem- ers, real estate broker. The former sports landmark on the outskirts of the citv will be converted into in- dustrial, business and a residential contenders. Arcnie Jiioore. auSSnai. OUSiness aiiu resiueiiutu. Freddie Mills, England; Billy to be resold for development Pennsvlvania; Billy Smith, CaU-: purposes. Price figures were nos fornia! announced. That line ougitta fed like two cents worth now. Windsor Westminster Bible Class beat -Montreal Young Men's Bible Class 49-39 in the first game of fee Canadian junior basketball best-of-three final series. the cup to the Montreal- ers after the game. Lineups Boston: Brimsek; Egan, Hender- son; Schmidt; Bauer, Dumart. Subs: Crawford. Church. Cain, T. Rear- don, Cowley, Guidolin, KhilT Smith. McGUl, Smith. Montreal: Durnan; K, Rearnon, Bouchard; Reay; Peters, Chamber- lain. Subs: Lsmoureux. Harmon, Eddolls. Lach. Blake. Richard, Mos- delL Pilion, Hiller, O'Connor. Referee Clancy. Linesmen- BRUCE WOODCOCK K-O.'s BERT GILROY LONDON, April G? Heavyweight Champion Bruce Woodcock scored a techracal knock- out over Bert G2roy Monday in the second of tea scheduled -ounds It was Woodcock's last bout before he carries British hopes into Madison Square Garden May against Tarni Mauriello. senior hockey championship would be a best-of-seven series on a point basis. If Calsary Stamneders win tne western "title the games will be played a; Begins. April 18, Calgary, April 20 and 22, Saskatoon. April 24. Edmonton, April Zi, and Cal- garr Anril 29 and May 1. If Trail wins, the nlaces and dates will be Regina. April 13. Sas- katoon. April 20. Edmonton. April 23 CalgarV, April 25. 2i. 29 and May 1. Officials will be named later. Hamilton Tigers already have won the eastern, championship and the Trau-Caigary series stands at one victory zor Calgary with two tie games. 'Peg Monarchs Head East For Cup Honors WINNIPEG, April It isn't ouite like a pre-war sports GENUINE HOLLOW GROUND BLADES! 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Riley Mullins, Pals Run Edmonton Park EDMONTON, April SS Mavor Harrv Ainlay said Tuesday three sportsmen, John Ducey, Rilay Mullins coach of Edmonton Flyers of the Western Canada Senior Hockev league and John Seattle, will have control of Edmonton's Renfrew baseball park this summer. It is understood the three plan to operate a three-team league and have arranged with Seattle Rainiers cf the Pacific Coast baseball league to send 12 to 15 players to Edmon- ton to strengthen their loop. Regina Seeks 1949 Macdonald Brier HEGTNA, April Possibility of Regina being chosen as the scene of the 1949 Macdonald Brier curlmg championship was stresses: by Jimmy Armstrong, president of the Docuiuon Curling Association in an address to the annual Regina Curling Club meeting. Saint. John. N B_ has been chosen as the site for the 1947 bonspiel ana the 1943 championships will go to Winnipeg, he sasd. but "there K no reason why the 1949 final should not be staged in Regir.a. Remember When f3y The Canadian Press.) Chicago Black Kawks. man- aged bv Tonunv Gorman, won the Stanley cup 12 years ago tonight by defeating Detroit. 1-0 in the final game of the series at Chicago. It was the first time the Hawks had captured the title. The nest year Gorman switched to Mont- real Maroons and won the cup again. CAS' A _ COAT FCR MS THIS SPRING FT rrs TOO LA" THAT DEAR. I 5OUSHT THE COAT ViD >OJ ASK ME IF WE COJLD AFFOSD BECAUSE I THINK-A i: WIFE SHCSJLD AUAWVS CONSULT HER HUSBAND ABOUT FINANCIAL, r MATTERS h-io DONALD DUCK YOU WIN Registered tr.S. Patent. Office By Walt Disney LI'L ABNER IF HE HAD THE WINGS OF AN ANGEL By Al Capp BAD NEWS FOR "FEARLESS FOSDKK TKe entire nation itmmed by news HraH lower- SSoebevian Lesier creator Cfl cHwxteS d LjCfWCT- mu'vifn }te> nwrry Lower Slob- o man a fece, Isvi 5sv-s he mast it tlsnds to Jnav TX3 men e SJcb- bcven l-e'S a look tA GooeS Jwts JiiTn 11 rboi Sor Stele De- r______it has refused to on the grounds that an in Lower SloMaovia IS Subject to Ihe lowest or lower 5 Meanwkue, Goocli has been refused permission to continue unHl he rparruss tnaldsn he MiiS Lera ihe Hucrj. Gooch Has Steted he'd nrher rot In jeil for rest 01 {Kaln _ This leaves millions of "FaarJess Fosdlck f li a or rojStratio-> and mental Edmonton Fivers and a team coMposec! ol former Edmonton Ath- letic Club juniors battled to a 5-5 draw in an exhibition hockey game played before fans. BRICK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night TAKE X SEAT BY THIS YOU CAST A MESSAGE. TO THE PEOPLE 0? THE LOVJE2 By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY YOU ARE GOING TO TELL THEM VOll ACE A HOSTAGE HERE UNLESS THEY GRAKT CERTAIN OORCESSiOHS TO US, YOU WILL BEWLLEO.' THEN 1SUOOT YOU E16ST HERE SPAPFRf ;