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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ________. Monday, April 10, 1171 THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 Penguins sent packing, Blues knot scries And suddenly it is ov and IKcarnes won Ihe title 10-15, MIXED DOUBLES ACTION Marv Kilchner and Gerri Noble (near side of net) had their hands full in the mixed doubles with Joe Forrayi and Donna Kearnej in the City open badminton tourney on Ihe weekend. Forrayl 15-9 and 15-7. Davies bests f' Joe Forrayi and young on Dnvies of Lettibridgc topped (he field oE mdivir.lLi.iis as the City open badminton tourna- ment was staged Sunday at the Civic Centre. Forrayi bested Darcy Dim- mer of Fort Macleod 17-15 and 15-9 in the final. Miss Davies, on the other hand, defeated last year's winner Monica Lemiec- zewskl, in the final. Mis Davies, after a first game 1J-6 setback, came back for wins of 12-11 ami 11-9. In retaining his men's title Forrayi advanced against Zimmer with a semi-final win over Tony Kovac of Lethbridge. dimmer gained a final berth belting Marv Kirchner. Rick Fiirakawa and Robert Laing combined to best Lonard Pepper and Donald Serek of Ferine in the men's doubles. The two Community College stars won 15-12 and 15-10. In the semi-final the winners won out over Forrayi and Ed Martyna of Lethbridge. The other semi- fina lists were Kirchener and Kovac. Miss Davies and Irene Karia won the women's doubles 15-6 and 15-7 wins over Miss Lemieczewski and Debbie Bare- ham. The mixed doubles went to th e twoso me of For ay i and Donna K earns after they stopped Kirctmer and Gem Noble in the final 10-15, ami 15-7. Fo trayi ami Kcarns downed Walker and Lemice- sewski. Kirchner and Noble ousted Martyna and Bareham. In consolation play victories Staub checks in with Mets went to Leonard Pepper of Fer- nie in the men's singles and George Davies and Bud Bur- gess, of in the men's doubles. 'Hie pairing of Tony Kovac and Irene Karia won the mixed doubles while Rhea and Beck of Fort Macleod won the wom- en's consolation doubles. Forty-eight players took part in the one-day event including players from Ihe host Leth- briclge clnh, Fort Macleod, Fer- nie, Medicine Hat, Iron Springs, Lomond and Taber. Centennials By THE CANADIAN PRESS Nobody seems able to get much of a winning streak going in the best-of-seven quarter-fi- NF.W YORK (AP) Rusty Staub, the newest of the New York Mets, checked Into Shea Stadium Saturday carrying his artillery, The star outfielder, obtained last week from Montreal Expos for three players, had three dozen bats with him. "I buy ail my bats during the uled for Calgary Wodnesda; night and the eighth, if needed in Medicine Hat on Friday. At Flin Flon, Glen Tone: nals of the Western Canada Hockey League. Seven of the eight teams in the playoffs have won two Barnes in a row and none could do any better. The pattern continued Sunday night as Saskatoon Blades, who needed only a lie at home for victory in their series, lost 6-1 to Brandon Wheat Kings, tying I __ ttieir Eastern Division playoffs j at 3-3, with one game tied. j Calgary Centennials downed Medicine'Hat Tigers 11-3 to take 3-2 lead in their Western Divi- sion series with one game tied. Regina Pats, (lie only team without two playoffs wins to its credit, skated to a 1-1 tie with Flin Flon Bombers. This gave Flin Flon a 2-1 lead in the series with one game tied. The eighth game of the Wheat Kings-Blades series is scheduled for Brandon Wednesday night. Brandon forced this contest by scoring two goals in each period and by gelling outstanding goal- lending from Dave McLetland who made 40 saves. At Medicine Hat, the Tigers outshot the Centennials 52-38 bnl scored the lone Regina goal Ifit in the first period but Al Hillie replied for Flin Flon wilh Ics lhan a minute remaining in second. Regina had a great scorln; opportunity in the third periot with a three-on-one break bu Roger Swanson, who faced shots on the Bomber net, han died the drive easily. By THE CANADIAN TRESS Chicago Black Hawks relied i their heavy artillery Sunday night to triumph 6-5 in overtime against Pittsburgh Penguins and become the first, national Hockey League team to ad- to Die Stanley Cup semi- finals. Victory gave the Hawks a four-game sweep in the best-of- seven West Division series and shot them into the semi-final round for the 20th time in their history. Chicago laid the groundwork Saturday night with a 2-0 shutout at Pittsburgh. Earlier Sunday, St. Louis Blues, playing on home ice be- fore fans and a television audience, upset Minnesota North vStars 3-2 to tie their se- ries 2-2. Tiie Blues won Satur- day night 2-1 after losing the first two games in Minnesota. The Black Hawks now await the winner of the New York- Montreal series in the East Di- vision, while the Blues prepare to return lo Minnesota for a fifth game Tuesday nipht. The sixth match is scheduled for St. Louis on Thursday. OA1-S SETS RECORD Centre Pit Martin was cred- cd with the winning goal for hicago, 12 seconds into ovcr- set a record for the astest goal, previously held by 'ed Irvine of Los Angeles. Irvine scored at the 19-second mark on April 2, to give he Kings a 5-4 victory over Oakland and Los Angeles won hat best-of-seven quarter-final -3. Mailin's goal was slightly atnted, however. The puck got iway from him and tipped into he net off the skate of defence- man Tim Korton. "I guess you'd say it was just matter of seconds and said Pittsburgh coach Red Kelly. Chicago's Bobby Hull, score- less in three previous games, the pace for the Hawks with ihree goals. Brother Dennis idded one and Jim Pappin pro duced the other. Ken Schinkel. who had been benched by Kelly Saturday for indifferent play, scored twice for Penguins, while Syl Apps Ron Schock and Bob Leitei each counted once. Letter's goal, his third of the series, lied the game with only left in regulation time. SI5TS UP GOALS In Saturday's contest, Bobbj Hull set up both Chicago goals one by Chris Bordeleau and th other by Stan Mikita, whil Gary Smith blocked 31 Pitt! burgh shots to gain the shutout The St. Louis triumph Sunda sparked the first controversy o the current playoffs. Wren Blair, Minnesota gen eral manager, said after th i game lie would demand re- moval of a goal judge from the cries. Blair's protest resulted from an apparent North Stars' goal In the second period by J. P. Pari- se who blazed a shot from the slot lhat staggered Blues' goalie Jacijues Caron. Caron caught the shot, dropped the puck white sliding back net. Neither referee John Ashley nor goal judge Dutch Miller would uphold for a goal. Parlse's appeal; to officiate the rtrrmnninj; game in St. Blair s.-iid. N il L officiating 'he shot bull n. Kill, officiating supervisor and sat on Aslllc-v said hc liad I Frank L'dvari countered Blair's the whc" Carc11 drcwc" l implied charge of partisanship on the puck. nl> ]iarl (l[ pointing tliejii 'I'm going to demand that mi, official resides ir that goal judge not be allowed Los Angeles. Next games in Boston, New YorA- Elimination faces Leafs, By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadians hung on the verge of elimination from the Stanley Cup playoffs today with little indication from either club that a reversal of their fortunes is likely. Boston Bruins dumped the Leafs 2-0 Saturday and 5-4 Sun- day while the Canailiens edged New York Rangers 2-1 Saturday only to succumb by a G--I score Sunday night. That puts the Bruins and Rangers in front by 3-1 margins the two best-ot-seven quart- r-final series involving Na- onal Hockey League East Divi- ion finishers with the fifth a me in each series set for Bas- Dn and New York respectively 'uesday night. Leaf coach King Clancy e e m e d bewildered Sunday .ight after the Leafs were w a m p e d in a third-period omeoack by (he Bruins who bowed no sign of any of the nu- merous Injuries they were re- ported to have at the start of he series. Among the Bruins casualties reported last week vere Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr with knee injuries. "Somebody said before that .hey were h u r t i n said Clancy. "If they're hurting, you'll have to show me. 'And it that Orr is injured Ihen I'm a said the 69-year-old Irishman. 'he Eime note of bewilder- "We never expected them to me up with the effort they the playoffs. They're getting good lor one thing ami the defence Muiiro quits CAI.GAHY Scolly Munro. Use major liacUcT entry in the World Hockey Association, today announced lie is Iraving tlie dging organization ment came from Canadiens de- fenccrnan Terry Harper who conic scored early in the third period have at Montreal to tie the game at I "I thought we would come on been Mnyini; up HI the like gang-busters after we tied and forcing us to make the pby 'it up." said Harper. 'from outside." "Hut for some reason we went But Hodge j flat after tying it up. We made the big comeback, knotted the i count and then went dead." I Pete Stcmkowski scored the winner at of the final pe riod and Ted Irvine clinched il Mimrn, in an inlprvirw, for New York with an empty-net said lie had decided to leave goal in Ihe last minute. the Calgary Itroncs tion hccausc he wants to con- centrate on junior hockey. "I feel junior hockey is my said Munro who is man- ager of Calgary Centennials of tlie Western Canada Hock- ey League. Munro said a meeting of (he WIIA is scheduled In Chi- cago this week Imt he will not attend. Soon after, Dill Boswell ami Orest Hershick, othrr mem- hers of the Broucs organiza- tion, announced they were withdrawing. Hershick said Uroncos were "underfinanced from the be- ginning" ami added he was convinced the team would never get oil the ground. However, despite taking two- game leads, neither Boston nor York were in on over-con- fident mood. have a game with them said New York coach and general manager Emilc Francis. "V.'e'll just wait and see. "I'll tell you, there were a rouple of tired hockey clubs out on that ice tonight. But I think we got stronger especially after the 10-minute And at Toronto, winger Ken Hodge admitted it was a couple of lucky breaks that contributed to his two goals which led the Bruins third-period comeback. "Breaks, that's what we had goin.g for said Hodge, add- ing that the Boston team was surprised at how tough the Leafs have been in the series. was dose in nn botii his gouls and said that the first, early in tin- third puriiid. in off liis ar.'l the i secoii'I, the gallic- winner, went into Hit1 net off Ksposilo. with Ins fourth the scrk'S, Hl'lie fall, accounted for ilic- othor third-period pnals by Boston. Pruins in front in the first pe- riod but Dave Keon, lion Kllis and .lim McKcmiy scored for a 3-1 Toronto lead and 1'anl llon- derson made if after Hodge's first goal. Dallas pin u D The defending Alberta Senior "B" Men's Fa.slbali rhrimpi- ons will hold an import anf. meet- ing tonight. Anyone interested In plrtyipr; with the Cowboys this season is asked lo tie in attendance. The meeting will get under way at 7 p.m. at the Miners' Library. No one gives you Calgary got outstanding goal- tcndiJig from John Davidson. Doug Hovhul scored tlirco goals to lead Calgary, while Jerry Holland added a pair with single goals from Bob Nystrom, Brian Walker, Ron Homenukc, Muss Weichnik. Derek Black winter foccmisc it's to pet J anrt llan Care. the kind of bat you want on Stan Weir got two goals for Medicine Hat and Jeff Ahlell short notice din ing the baseball said (he big, redliair- cd slugger. 1 go! one. The seventh game is sched' Registrations of all boys regardless if you wero on a team in 1971 must register in the week of April lOlh lo April 13lh, (977. Registration! will be token ot Iho Adams lee 1 from lo 9 p.m. and at the tabeview School from to 9 p.m. Fees for rhe 1972 program are as follows: MINOR 4.QQ UTTLE LEAGUE........J SR. LITTLE BIG LEAGUE......... Fees must be pafd at the time of registrations: MASS PRACTICES WILL BE HEID APRIL T8 TO APRIL 21 WEATHER PERMITTING: Noicrest League will mass practice at Senator Buchanan. Lakevfew Lit lie League will ma si practice at Lake view School; Sr. little League and Big League will be held at Allen Watson School. Time for the mass prod ices will bo from p.m. lo 8 p.m. flnily. nmmaries SUNDAY I YORK 6 MONTREAL 4 st Period 1. Now York. Fair- l 3 (Rousseau, Park) 2. Heft York, Rousseau I (Rolfe) 3. Won f real, Lemaire 1 (L .a lieu r, Tar- J. New York, Rousseau 1 Tardif 3 (Lafleurl New Ycrfc, Hadrield 3 [Slomkov.-skl, Fair- bairn) 19; 41, Penal'ies P. Mflhov- h J-.Ofl, Nellscn Second Period 7. Montreal, Cour. iyer 1 (F. AAahovlich, Tremb'av) Penallles Rolfe Savard Third Period B. Warner 1 (Lapoinle, Richard) 9. YcwX, Stemkowski I, ID. New York, Irvine 2 (Neilscn) lies Fairhairn, Taj-dif minors, rna- jofs, TkacJuk game misconduct Salher, Larose Shots on goal by York _ IS 7 Altendance BOSTON 5 TORONTO A Firsf Pcrftx) 1. Boston, Bucyk 2 (UcKenzie, Vatfnals) 7, Toron- to, Keon 2, Penalties VarJ- nais Pclyk Baun, Pelyk, Cash man, Hodge Hodce 13: W, Harrison Glennle, Cashman, Second Period 3, Toronto, F.Hi-, 1 (Henderson, Ullman) J, TcrorJo, Me Kenny 1, Penalties Sander- son mrnor, misconduct Kehoe McKenny Bucvk Pelyk Third Period 5. Hodcie 1 fEsposilo, Orr) Toronlo. Hen- derson 1 (Ullman, Ellis) 7. BtA- 1on, 1 (Sanderson, Orr) 8. Boston, Esposito J (Orr, Hodge) 9. Boston, Hcdfls 7 (Esposito) Pm.iiW Fsp'osHo, Shots on goal by Boston 13 10 15 U Alien CHICAGO 6 PITTSBURGH S Staplefonl Pe'naUles K. O'Shea 1 CR- Plager) Penal- tips O'Brien K. O'Shea Harris St. Marseille Third Period S. Sf. Louis B. Pla- ger 1 (Roberto, Unger) Penal- ties W. Plager Hextalt B. Plager O'Brien Hextall Shots on goal by Minneiofa........irt ll St. Louis 11 Attendance 17.576. SATURDAY BOSTON 3 TORONTO fl First Period No scc-Hna. Penal- ties Sanderson Cashman, Har- rison Cashman Ellis PelyX Vfldnals UMman second Period 1. Bojlon, Wairofl I (Orr, EsposUe.) Penalties Hedge TroUler Glennls Vadnals, Ley Smith Sitfler Awrey Third Period 2. Boston, Orr 1 Penalties Trottl-r Walfon Henderson Awrey Sholi on goal by Boslon 7 U Tcronto f H Attendance 16, MONTREAL t NEW YORK 1 FirsI Period No scoring. Penal- ties Giscomin served by DeMarco Lonialre P. Jrvine Tardif Cournoyer F. Mahovlich TkacZtiK Second Period T. Montreal, F, Wahovlich 2 (P. ttay) 7. Montreal, Tardif 1 ILe- maire) Penalties L a r o s e Urose, Falrbalrn Nell! Do Richard Carr Third Period 3. New York, Stew- art (Salher, Stemkovrtkl) Pen- alties None. Shots goal by New York II 5 Monlreal.......... 7 CHICAGO 1 PITTSBURGH 0 First Perlcd No s cor inn. Penal lies Apps JarreH We {V.'riife, White 12M9. Second Pittsburgh, Schln- Vcl 1 (Polls, Hextall) 3. PHts- burqh, 1 (Pronovost, Edcstrand) I Second Period t. J. Chicago, R. Hull 1 (Staple- deleau 2 fR. HuFI, Papol Bcrdclr.iy) 5. Pippin Schinkef 2 (HcxraM. Pol is) A. j on, Hcvte SchixH 1 tHarbaruk) terrnko Penal HP 5 Desj 1. 73 horsepower engine 2. Four-speed transmission 3. Front disc brakes 4. Fully reclining bucket seats 5. Electric rear window defroster 7. Full vinyl interior 8. Electric windshield washer 9. Two-speed windshield wipers 10. Padded recessed dash 11. Collapsible steering column 12. Glove box 13. Cigarette lighter 14. Heavy duty heater- defroster 15. Three-position courtesy lights 16. Hand brake warning light Three point retractable seat belts 18. Power boosted fresh- flow ventilation 19. Swing-out side rear windows 20. Unit body construction 21.60 amp. hr. battery 22. Dual braking system 23. Wrap around bumpers 24. Side running lights 25. Back-up lights 26. Washable and removable trunk mat 27. Recessed spare tire 28. Tool kit and jack 29. Electrophorus paint application 30. Four-way flashers Chi II; Cardwell Third Pencd 7, 7 tV.tiitel a. Chr 1 Do-de cago. R. HuH ci D. Hull 1 Chicago, R. Pittsburgh, LeHfir 1 WcDoncuoh, Hoi Srinek Rupp Overtime Period catio, Martin 4 [Pappin, None. C'n goal by Chicago 15 7 PitliburgTl 1 K AKcndnnce 13.41J. In i ReiiJ) Pr ties Hexlall 12; 13, mil Yi i iu muccnnuci 13: l-i. StioK on T [R, Hull) Penalfics None. Shots on gc-ril by Chicago II U K> 11-31 Attendant lU-IO for this much (Mur Odrtwski, Drouin Harris Mohr.s Danny O'S h e fl Second Period 2. Sf. Louis, Rob- erfo 3 (B, Pfaqer, Murphy) Pen- allies D. Planer Aloft ns H.irrls. R. Plager ors Parise Murphy Third Period 3. Minnesota, In (Oliver, Pariso> rclail price Co J 200 sedan Vancouver, C andMonctonjlocal And provincial t B1U Toyota cars are sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the Avorlcl. LETHBRIDGE ICARDSTON I MILK RIVER Toyoto Travel Centre Wolff Son Toyota Madge Equipment Ltd. t it U...H 1202 Coulls Highway I 7 I J 1 r 15-15 j Tel. 327-3165, 327-3711 I Box 760 Tel. 653-3252) Box 299 Tel. 647-3838, 647-3939 TABER Kenway Toyotn Box 1008 Tol. 523.3434 ;