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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Blues in back of eight-ball Rangers run into Dryden's magic Ay TL1K CANADIAN PRESS II Kintf Clancy's parting prophecy is as good as his open- ing challenge, ItosLon Bruins will have an easy lime through Ihe remainder of Ihe Stanley Cup playoffs. New York Rangers, on the other hand, have run into the trouble Uicy expected from Montreal Canadiens St. Louis lilues arc hacked into a corner by Minnesota North Stars. Use Bruins edged coach Clan- cy's Toronto Maple Ixiafs 3-2 Tuesday night lo the rugged besl-of-seven National Hockey League cmarlcr linal 4 1. Clancy, predicted at the start that the Bruins would have a Lough lime, said after praising his team's effort: "I'll tell you, Boston have a touyhcr series in llic playoffs than this emu." The Bruins bad been saying all along that the Leafs had been giving thorn n hard time. "It'll be good to get a few days -said Boston defence- man Don Awrcy. "We've been hurling." The Hangers, meanwhile, saw their series lead over the Cana- diens dwindle lo 3-2 with Mont- real's 2-1 victory Tuesday that came with a return lo winning form of Canadiens goalie Ken Drydcn. The Blues watched Minnesota score two third-period goals for a 4-3 victory and a 3-2 lend going into the sixth game of that scries set for St. Louis Thursday. The Montreal-New York ser- ies also resumes Thursday JJi Montreal with the seventh game, if necessary, back in New York Saturday or Sunday. The Bruins await the winner of tiie MinnesoU-St. Louis quarter-final which could start during Die weekend if Minne- sota defeats (be Blues Thurs- day. The Monlreal-New York win- ner goes against Chicago Black Hawks u-bo are rest ing niter eliminating Pittsburgh Penguins Summaries flOSTON 3 TORONTO 1 First Pericd 1. Tcrcnlo, fAfKennv 3 (Keen, UUman] 2. Boslon, SUnfield 3 wool and fortrel, and fine all-wool woisl cdi specially priced now for tho graduate. 20 fiaw WHILE IN THE STORE SEE OUR WIDE SELECTION OF NEW SPRING CASUAL JACKETS Choose from flip length tryleir tlub etc. in lined and unlined itylei. LEO SINGER MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 Referee testifies WINNIPEG (CP) A "vi- .-ions uppe-i-eut hallway through J the sixth round" that landed on the chin of Stewart Gray con Id have been Ihe pimcii Uial con- trUnited most Lo the death of llie 1 Toronto haxer, one of hvo ref- 1 crocs who worker] an ilt-fatcd l-'pli. 21 c.ird said Tucs- day. i'eler Piper of Winnipeg made the plsilunient (o Hie one-man com mission investigating llic four-figlil card (liat resulted iti (lie death of the year-old and allepa- j tions hy another fighter (lint he j (lirew his bout against Canadian i hc.ivywciKhl champion George j Cliuvalo because his life wns i (lirealcned. Piper said (hat, afler the hnrd upper-cut In- Canarlian cliampion Al i Sparks of Winnipeg, "ho (Grayl j u.is forcing his feel sort of sloinping around." I'iper told County Court .faclgc i Benjamin that, had he been one, of Gray's handlers, lie not have lot the fight con- I tinnc. He said dray's legs, in the seventh round, "were still doing the same Lliinp, not responding I properly" he was knocked j out hy the onK punch of the round, a left hook. who fought for the Ca- nadian amateur lioavyv.x'ittfit title in luit lost in the sec- ond round to Clittvnlo, he was hoping (lie ftfjlil ivoukl be stopped after (lie round lj c c ii use Graj' oul- cltifipcd." 1'iper, one fif men into the ring after Ihe knockout. testified: "I over ant) Bowling CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIIEflS Jim Arthur Walt Dcrnharl ?33. Marry Chapman 237, Tof.fit> osc.'1-.! ?63 (701 Arie Kcojle 757, Henry Bro-.vn 231, Frances 3.1 3, Iri-; Arcfibold r.b. N-ron HofloMh J30, Wflry V.T.rd 111. Roie PRE OUILT SOCIAL Ted w.cinlyro 117 (7i3t, Jr-? J53. DArlcnti 13', Lairy mahl llf., Schilt Gllhcrlson. 31B, Bill Low JIB, Malchcll 539, l.irrrtiie VS4 HfGA'S LADIES Ltngard 3AS, Durecn 15S Jenny 7V. K a r e r> Wright Gill Lclriian 742, Phyl Harrison (ftE3l, Pcrl-ricn 29-? (73'3t, Alfa ClarKc BclJy Bed- ens 3J7. B AND E MLVJE Tlno Ivv.l'e JiJ Gon A'JKe Irvl saw bis Gray's lefls were com- plclely riyid there were j :--pa.sm5 and H look two of us to 1 r-i1 legs a j) a r t and Cray died about 24 hours later in hospital after undergoing brain surfiery- Pipcr and referee Steve Tro- jack, also of WmiipcE, said llic j between Cbuvalo and Jim Christoplier of Detroit, was )c- ptimatc and Christopher "look a bpjiUnfi.1' The Uctroil fishier signed a statement nfler the fight sayinfi his life bad been threatened if he didn't lose to Cbuvalo. Trojack testified, that the first 1 two bouts nn the card, both of which ended in second round knockouts, were i N'arfis Ahmc-d of Toronto won I over Sam f'okc of Detroit and i Muharncd Ali Kanieric nf Rc- knocked out Jesse, Fagan of Del mil. Trojack, a former sional boxer, said "Ihe I wo f-n :clics Poke look coiiMn't jiai'c knocked out my grand- mother." The Mow I hat emlcd Ihe Ka- inerioFnpjn ''just a flic'ri u Ifl'l hand in my esii- i nintion ibat i'fiuhin'L knock any- j one he said. J The hearing continues. Looking for a Compact Car Here if as! PONT1AC IE MANS STOCK NO. 8689 Beautifully equipped, 350 VB and many oplioncl fco- lufes. Sporty sundance oranQe wilh a sana'lew Special Price PONTIAC VENTUHA II The "Potkel Sire" Ponliac, Shadow Gold in color wilh 3 sandlcsvcod custom in- Slock No. 8691. LORNE FONG lorne hos been working llic Novy League Cade 13 for over 12 yeari and ii prcscnJ- ly choirmon. He hai been >vilh Enerson's for 16 ycars7 receiving the Mailer Sales- man Award for 15 consecu- live years and Ihe covered Grand Maifer S a I c s m a n oivard for 6 years. He was born ond raised in Lelhbridge ond lie and hK wife Violet have o family of 7 children. Home phone 328-2147, BUICK SKYLARK The qualily intermediate from Buick, Rirh flame n color wilh a dark saddle In- lerior and many conveni- ence options. Special Price orange luxuriou 1Li6f STAN KRISTJANSON hni been lor 2? and holds tl'o Gcncrol Molors Moiter of Ihe Masonic Lodge. Sfan and his wilo, Mary hove 2 children and 2 grandcViildrpn and iht-ir son. Grant ii Ser- v.ce Monagcr n( Encrion's, Home 328-1536. lorne and Stan will be on Ihe floor all day lomorrow fo show you these or any cf the fine cars. At EMERSON'S DOWNTOWN 4th Avenue S. 32 CAR SHOWROOM PHONE 327-5705 ;