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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI UTHUIDCE HOALD Jahirdoy, Ap.il II, Stanley Cup Series Continue Tonight Rangers Out To Prove Point By THE CANADIAN PRESS New York Rangers have a point la prove In their National Hockey I-cague playoff games this weekend with Boston they don't choke up in Stanley Cup play. The Rangets have lost 10 Stanley Cup games and 14 of their last 16. They trail Ihe Bruins whom Ihey meet again tonight and Suirday at New York's Madison Square Garden in the third and fourth games of their best-of-eeven East Division semi-final. The Rangers have vm only games In Stanley Cup play since 1967, when they were eliminated four games lo two by Chicago Black Hawks in 1968. In 1967 and 1969 they lost four straight each tjrr.e to Montreal Canaoiens arxl now are down 0-2 in their series vith Ihe Bruins. Three other KI1L teams, all trailing 0-2 in their best-of-seven quarter-finals, are at home hop- Ing the advantages of their rinks Mill halt their elimination from their respective series in games tonight and Sunday. Detroit Ited Wings, beaten twice by the Black Hawks in Chicago, will be counting on their velcran line of Gordie Howe, Alex Delvecchio and Frank Mahovlich to step the high-flying Hawks in the Olym- pia in the other East Division quarler-Tmal. In the West, Pittsburgh Pen- gums meet Oakland Seals ill Lhe Seals' West Coast arena while Minnesota hopes lo break St. Louis Blues' mastery of the NHL playoffs in the West in North Stars' home ice. ALMOST LOST OUT New York, leaders m the NHL East Division for most of Ihe regular season, barely made Ihe playoffs after injuries to key players, including Vic Hadfield, Donee Marshall and defence- man Brad Park. Park returned at the end of the season but he was 'injured again in the first playofi game. He is expected to be in the tioeup tonight, but another def- ton-man; Rod Selling, is not ex- pected to play: He has strained choulder muscles. Goalie. Kd Giacomin, rested in the second game after being the opener, is ex- pected back in goal tonight in Espasito, John McKenzie and Johnny Bucyk. The Wings, who returned lo Detroit Friday, must rely on the continued hot goalteoding of Roy Edwards and the Howe- Deivecchio-Mahovlich line to save them from elimination. who recently brated his 42nd birthday, also marks bis 19th year of playoff hockey, equalling the record he'.d by Red Kelly, now coach of the Penguins. CLAIM TOOK DIVE The Wings, are incensed at what they call a bil of acting by Chicago's Stan Mikita in Tours- day night's 4-2 toss lo Ihe Black Hawks. Sid Abel, Wings' coach, claimed referee Van Buffey was fooled when Mikita faked a fell and Bruce Mac- Gregor was called for tripping. The Black Hawks later scored with the man advantage. "Mikita toot a dive and he (Buffey) goes for it and we get a Abel said. MacGregor said he com- plained but Buffey ignored him saying "it was a trip. But Mikita has been doing that sort of thing ever since he's been in ent goalkeeping of Si. Louis, au unsuccessful cup finalist the last two years against Ihe Cana- The North Stars managed only 18 shots against Jacques Plante, veteran St. Louis goalie, in their 2-1 loss Thursday right. "You've got to keep Ihem in their own end to have a chance to beat says Chaibe Burns, Minnesota coach, "but our forwards simply haven't been doing Ibis. St. Louis outsbot the North Stars 88 to 39 in the two games as the Blues stretched their Weft Division playoff win- ning streak to 13 straght. The last division loss cany; against the North Stars two years ago in a seven-game series won at St. Louis in the second overtime period of the seventh game. the league." The Hawks have a good place of chuk. veteran Terry Saw- Tie Bruins, meanwhile, are healthy, rolling along behind be defensive and offensve strength of Bobby On- and forwards Phil chance rf wrapping up the ser- ies if Ihey win tonight in De- Lroit. But at least one Chicago player is not counting on a 4-0 sweep. "I wouldn't say four said Pil Martin, who scored the winning goal Thurs- day night when the Wings were short-handed. "They'll be flying in Detroit." RECORD BAD The Penguins, who have not TOG a game in Oakland Arena this season, will be iiopajg to re- verse that situation loraght Pittsburgh, in the Stanley Cup for the first time in its three- year history, has had some hot goaltending from Les Binkley. However, Oakland coach Fred Glover, who fett the Penguins stole the first game of the series Wednesday night -with a contro- versial goal, has no illusions about bis team's 3-1 loss Thurs- day right. "Only for the first 10 minutes or so did we take Lhe game to he said. "Otherwise, it was give them the puck and let Ihem take it to us on our end of Ihe court." Minnesota must mount a more potent attack lo overcome the strong forechecMng and effi- AHENTION GOLFERS! RAYMOND HAS A BEAUTIFUL 9-HOLE GOLF COURSE WITH GRASS GREENS AU HEADY TO GO to Raymond oriel what a challenging wt FKSt SingU Man and Family....... W For untact D. STONI, GARY WOOD, or K. SHAW a, RAYMOND COir ClUB Two Sign With lions VANCOUVER (CP) Signing cf two Cauadiaii tinernen who played last year in UK college ranks was announced today by British Columbia Liocs of the Canadian Football League. Seeking a berth on the club will be Merv KiTJoran, 22, who played last year wi'h Eastern WadiiQglcn College at Cheney, Wash., arai homebred IWrj (al, 23, vho graduates this year rrom Simon Fraser Uaversity in suburban Buraaby. Killorao, a six-toot, defensive end, made several booorary teams during his four- year stint at Eastern including all-conteience "and all-northvfest last season. Moffatt, a six-foot, two-inch, M5-pouDd centre, was selected by the Lion; in the Canadian college draft. SULLY SATS I -By Pat Suttivanl C3 -J GOOD NEWS CAME out of Edmonton this week and should be of interest to young boys playing hockey in southern Alberta. Word reached this desk that the Molson's hockey scholarships will continue. For a time it was feared (he popular program would be dropped, but according lo a news bulletin out of Edmonton, the program will enter its fifth year. E. S. Neils, vice-presdent of Molson's Edmonton Brewery, made the announcement, stating that the pro- gram had become such an outstanding success it would be continued. While making the announcement he also slated that George Harvey of Edmonton has been named as the Alberta Arnaluer Hockey Association representa- tive on the Board of Trustees. He joins Mr. Neils, Ed Zemrau, athletic director of the University of Alberta, and Dennis Kadatz, who holds" the same position at the University of Calgary. The awards were established for the purpose of providing Alberta student-athletes who are of good character, who qualify academically, and who have demonstrated hockey ability, wilh the opportunity to further their education and hockey careers at a university in Alberta. The scholarship awards cover the first year's tuition fees, and application forms may be obtained from Molson's Edmonton Brewery or from any mem- of Ihe Board of Trustees. For more information write P.O. Box 337 Edmonton. The Lethbridge Recreation Hockey League wrap- ped up another successful season recently wilh the annual banquet and presentation of awards for out- standing individual efforts. This year the league operated with five clubs and hopes are high for a six-team operation next season. A tip of the hat to those individuals honored by being selected to the all-star teams and the various individual performances and a special lip of the hat to Emil Frilzler. He was the recipient of the league's award for dedicated service. That comes for his many hours at the rink and his lirelss work on the executive. BITING THE DUST Jockey Dave Dennis left the gale but his hone didn't. He wci thrown from his mount at the starting gale in the third race Friday at Greenwood race track in Toronto. H'n horse, Mountain Rhyme, fell in the gate but was removed without damage. "BILL" BAKER SURE KNOWS APPLIANCES Just Like Our ERNIE KNOWS MOTORS Call Us Today! ACCORDING to the pamphlet, the Gas City Hockey School has now become one of the largest operations in North. America and who's lo disagree? Gregg Pilling, founder and director of the school dropped the brochure off the other day and for the life of me I can't find fault in the statement. Also with Pilling, a former American Hockey League player with Buffalo Bisons, no less than six other professional hockey players will be on hand for the school which opens August 17 and runs through lo the 29 at the Brooks Arena. The school is open to any boy between the ages of eight and 17. Headlining the list of instructors will be Earl Ingarfield of Uie Oakland Seals. Ingarfield was an instructor last year when the initial campaign was a complete success slory. Also back from last year are Ed Joyal of Ihe Los Angeles Kings and Al Hamilto of New York Rangers. This lime around Pilling has acquired the services of Seth Martin, formerly with the St. Louis Blues, Jim Neilson of Ihe Rangers, Gamcl Bailey of the Boston Bruins and Wayne jMuloin of Oakland. The course outline sees each boy receiving 10 hours of ice-time per week, plus a game on the sixth day lo complete his session. Extra evening sessions will be conducted for the goallenders. Also a fully supervised physical education program will be con- ducted each day. Last year Pilling and his group lost their head- quarters when fire destroyed the rink in Medicine Hal and almost lost Ihe ice due to warm weather. All obstacles were overcome, however, and the 1970 school promises to be bigger and better. MN1C ROSVOID We Specialize in Tune-Ups CARBURETOR AND IGNITION All WORK CUARANTIIDI TEXACO CAR CARE Anolher reman why you ihould call In at El Rancho Texaco Service 4th Avc. and Moyor Mogralh Drive South PHONE 327-MOo Bombers Lose Tommy Grant WINNIPEG (CP) The re- liremcnt of Tommy Grant, 12-year-veteran of the Canadian Football League, was announc- ed loday by the Blue Bombers. Grant, who played most of his career with Hamilton Tiger-Cats ol the Eastern Football Confer' cncc, joined Lhe Wcslern Con- ference Blue Bombers in a Lrade before the slart of Ihe sea- son. Ore of Ihe fop receivers of Ihe past decade, Grant ranks fifth in carter touchdown pass- es in Canada. He won the Schcn ley ovvard as tho CFL's lop Canadian in 10W, and has hat I several nil-star selections. At the same lime, the Bomb- TS announced the signing of Bill an all-star end in tho WFC last season Ho begins his ninth season as a Blue Bomber. Meanwhile in Edmonton All- American halfback Manuel Brit- lo and vtlcran Canadian half- back Bayne Norrie have been signed for 1970 by Edmonton Eskimos of Lho Western Con- ference in Tahlequah, Okla., and is 6-2 and 200 pounds. He was the highest scorer In Ihe hirlory of the college, scoring 78 points In and 74 last year. Norrie, 25, and 105 pounds, has been with the Eski- mos for two vcari, T T JB _H_V Q .ELRICH TIRE fr SPORT VANCOUVER (CP) grkUroc In J men moved onto Empire date for completion ujn this for the start j[ an facelift, 3D, a week before British Columbia Lions' first LEAGUE AMERICAN installation of the first of the 1970 season a Canadian football league W L Pet, CBL liladelphla 5 o 1.000 W 1. Pet l 0 l.QQO contest agaiast 3 0 LOT [tags -1 1 ,333 2 2 1 MI iVk )etrcit'- 2 1 .SO} 2 Red The project was launched with due ceremony a luscheon 1 1 .333 2. v Ycrk 1 2 .333 2 tantrMl 0 i .DM York t 1 1 .SCO 7 'aihlngton 1 3 .150 3 leverand 0 3 .000 3lt ceremony 4 1 .no ___ 3 0 1.000 Minnesola ..2 0 1.000" ]A officials of tbe football ..3 1 J5Q City 2 2 .SCO Hi Oakland 1 2 .TO 2 National Exhibition, which- operates the i 1 3 2M i i .ra J Milwaukee .0 a .001 3 B 4 .000 j Ihe 3M Company of DAY'S tISULTS DAY'S KESULTS Mina, which was 411 Ml 7 IT HI IK 101-11 14. 1 A the coitract lo install square feet of Tartan AngHn M W 3 3 Corkins, Roberts (1-0) [3) and Ca-> uaro; Fcstf? CD-I] Pena [6) City M 113 7 11 1 C. Wrichl {141 May (71 Quten (JJ nd Azcue; Nelson (0-1) turf to the playing and HR; M K. Wright (7) Fltinwr 7) DrabowiM [91 and Rodriguei, an eight-lane running nciiwiill ITfl 3 11 lor HRs: CalH-ftepoc RED DEER (CP) circles Fnncricj ffU ffM 4 f City KfrNpatrlck __ on' M 4- ii' ils Red Deer Rustlers fell steadily during burn, (5) Granger (0-1] 1 and Btnchi Rotertwn, Limy xaten 4-2 Thursday night underscoring ind (14)