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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuinlay, April 13, THE IETHBR1DCB HERALD TOPPED HIGH SCHOOL EVENT These lethbridge bowlers, along wilh coach Dave Smeed back row cenlre, won Alberla lilies at Ihe recent high school champion- ships. Darrell Lagler and Darwin Romorchuk, lefl and righl of Smeed respeclively and Rick Barva, right front, were members of Ihe senior boys' team. Ken Kurlz, front left, won the singles litle with games of 324, 254, 258, 293, 197 and 284 fora 268 average. Racing board elects three Letlibridge left out EDMONTON (Special) At- torney General Merv Leitch ruled out the need for "region- al" representation from Leth- bridge in announcing a new three man Alberta Racing Commission Wednesday. "I'm not sure regional repre- sentation on the commission Is said the Attorney General. "I don't think the problems of racing in Leth- bridge are sufficiently different from the problems at Calgary or Edmonton." Mr. Leitch announced in the Big victory for Paduano MONTREAL (CP) Donate Paduano of Montreal, fresh from a split decision over for- mer world welterweight cham- pion Luis Rodriguez, says he's willing to go to Tokyo for a bout wilh world junior middleweight champion Kochi Wajima. "I'd rather fight him here In Monlrcal maybe at Jarry Paduano said Wednes- day night, shortly after he scored a 10-round decision over Rodriguez, now fighting from Miami. "But I'd be willing to go to Tokyo lo fight him, It's a cham- pionship worth it." The 23-year-old Montrealer outpunched and outfought the Rustlers three up 011 Vernon VERNON, B.C. fC-n Red Deer Rustlers look advantage of Vernon penalties and .scored n 6-2 victory Wednesday night to take a 3-0 lead in Ihe best- of-snven Centennial Cup quar- ter-final series. Tlin Rustlers R cored two un- ansvrcrctl goals in the first 20 minutes of play and boosted their margin to 5-0 going into the final period. Four of their goals were on power-plays. Darryl Wnllis scored Ihrce goals for the Hustlers, wilh Doug Lindskog, Dale and Cord Dillon adding single goals. Wayne Dye and Cliff Lane scored for the outclassed Ver- non team. Vernon took 12 of 20 penal- ties, including Ihree majors and two game misconducts. The Rustlers had three majors. Earl Bowie and Mike Smitti- son combined to make 32 saves in the Vernon nelt while Gra- ham Parson made H2 stops for iied Deer. veteran Cuban and surprised many of the paying pa- trons at Paul Sauve arena wilh the easy win. Paduono, an Italian-Canadian, started slowly and appeared content to stay away from his opponent, for the first three round's. Rodriguez, who at 1G3 pounds outweighed the Monlre- aler by pounds, came out swinging early and. kept Pad- uano back with looping left-hand jabs. Rodriguez threw out some effective left-right combinations as Paduano backed off. In the fourth round, Paduano turned the fight around. Showing surprising aggres- siveness, the Montreal fighter began carrying the fight to his opponent and scored heavily wilh crisp right crosses set up by slinging left jabs. Paduano mixed his punches well and was parlicufarly ef- fective wilh his counlerpunching combinations, scoring heavily to Lhe Cuban's body. By the seventh round, Rodri- guez was staggering around Ihe i ing wilh Partuano stalking him Paduano buckled bis opponent's knees wilh a vicious right cross in that round and stiffened Rod- riguez with a left hook in tho eighth. Bowling CAPRI BOWL WILSON'S JUNIORS Irene Pwiyck IK, Nina Sindlinne 347 Gloria HrycA 3-iO, "E CouMs 759, Mary Slorfic 351. Ros Nunweiler 2M, Dorothy Sorenson 2J3 Warn are! Ccmuliri 714, Marv Schicikc ?J1, Rcrale Walser 231, Kay Rownlrcc 331, Jean Passcy 137 (444) Voidene Dewar 333. SIMPSONS-SEARS Jin> Vanderiee 159, Dave Douglas 291 Ed Rosiclli 343 Tom Prall 350, Ian Wilson ?U, Doug Weikel 2Si, Kac Mann Audrey Abla 731, Cara Wyrc'.kk ?75. Vivien Hindi iuk 373 Hartley JJJ. GORDIE'S Gary Tunbridqc 3Ci7 (7J31, Sparks 300 Lew Mills 31B (741) Jim Higa 340 Bruce 322 Abe Ems 31 D, Mike Zmur chyk 301 Randy Welstwicrofl 377 Sieve Pedarscn 333 Ken Kurrz 331 Ron 295 Dill Cook 'tfi. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We have some fine RECONDITIONED 16" CARRIAGE STANDARD AT TYPEWRITERS We stack 0 compTcts line of ADDING AND CALCULATING MACHINES ROYAL ELECTRIC AND STANDARD TYPEWRITERS CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES 620 13th SI. North Phone 320-6868 cgislature n c s d a y af ernoon the appointment of Ti vcn Parsons, chairman, J i m iVright, vice chairman am Peter Owen, member ol th' new commission. Leitch hinted that the com mission may he expanded i .he future lo include rcpresen .ativcs of the racing fan am" harness racing. The Commission will incrcas Its surveillance over all aspects of racing, said Mr. Leitch. Du ties include the making of rule, governing horse racing and th licensing of, jockeys, Irainei and owners. Asked by reporters outsid the house, the Attorney Genera said i( the federal governmcn passes enahling legislation, A berta would likely pass ils ov, laws allowing off track betting The new commission replace former members: L. P. Brom ham, C. W. Adams and i, Bloom. Rough night 011 goalies By Till: CANADIAN PI1E5S Goalies for Learns spent miserable night Wednesda when Nova Scotia Voyagcu and Baltimore Clippers in scoring binges during th Cnlcfer Cup playoffs. The Vees humbled SpritiRficl Kings 11-1 to win Ihcir besL-o seven quarter-final series foi games to one, while the Cli pcrs belled Cleveland Baron 10-1 for a three-games-Lo-tw lead in their quarter-final. The Vocs next meet Ihe Min vor of NIG Boston Hravns-Prnv dcnce Heds series, which con wind up at Boslon tonight. Tt Braves lead the best-of-seve round 3-1. Baltimore return Cleveland Friday for the six' game, with a seventh contest, necessary, scheduled for Ball more Saturday. Yvon Lambert, Ron Busniu Chuck Lcflcy and Tony Fcalhc sLonc paced the Nova Scot club wilh lwo goals each. Bo Murray, Chuck Arnason an Handy Rota got one apiece. Mike Kcelcr scored for tl Kings, last year's America H o c k c y League champion midway through the second pc riod, "We had everything going fo said Voyagcurs1 coach MacNeil. Meanwhile in Tulsa, Her Boxer scored at of Ihe sc ond overt me session to gi Fort Worlh Wings a 3-2 vicloi over Tulsa Oilers and the ii hand in their Central Hockc League semi-final scri Wednesday night. Boxer's 25-toot .shot moved 11 Wings inlo a 3-2 advantage lite bcsl-of-scvcn series, wi Ilin sixth game scheduled o their rink Friday night. If seventh game is needed. It w: be played in Tulsa Sunday. Ralph Stewart, who set i: Boxer's winning score wilh pass from behind the Tulsa ni started the scoring in the opei ing period, and Bandy Manor made it 2-0 for Ihe Wings. Bi Brian Marchinko .scored fi Tiilsa in (he last minute of lha i period, and Murray Hoatlcy I I JIB score at of the third. will have hands lull at forum Arbour confident Blues can stay alive By THE CANADIAN 1'RliSS If the players are in Uie same ood HS their coaches, you can for SI. Louis Blues to Lie eir Stanley Cup quarter-final ayoff with Minnesota North ais in the sixth game at St. ouis tonight. The Norlh Stars hold a 3-2 dge in the foesl-of-scven scries oing into tonight's game hut lues coacli Al Arbour insists s team will not lose while innesota coach Jack Gordon n't sure about winning even in even games. There's no way the Morth tars are going lo win says Vrbour. "The way this scries has gone d be only too happy to win in even says Gordon. In the other remaining Na- onal Hockey Leag'ie quartcr- nal, New York Rangers hold a 2 lead over the Canadicns oing into Montreal [or the sixth ame tonight. lATKS DOUDTTUL If the Mangers win tonight, icy would start, their semi-final gainst Chicago Black Hawks unday in Chicago, bul if (he uartcr-linal goes to seven ames, the semi-final would tart Tuesday in Chicago, re- ardless of whether New York r Montreal wins. The same schedule applies to ie St. Louis-Minnesota winner must start the first two ames of the semi-final in Bos- on against the Bruins. Arbour says he is sure his layers can bounce back on ome ice just as they did in the third and fourth games. The North Stars won the first wo games at Minnesota and St xjuis came back with two wins n their arena before Minnesota again took the lead with a 4-3 vin Tuesday back in Minneapo- lis. The seventh game, I! neces- sary, would also go back to Min- neapolis Saturday night or Sun- day. "Our players have had their lips and downs all said Arbour, "but they've always aounced back." BLUES HOLD ON The Blues looked as though Lhey mighl take the lead Tues- day night but the North Stars came back with two third-period goals and held on for the "They held us with a real good forechecking said Arbour. "They had to, because I'm sure if we'd won, we could have wrapped it up Thursday night. "We should have been out of he first two periods wilh a two-goal lead or maybe better. We got careless. We started to run around a little bit in our own zone. made mistakes, and they capitalized on it." In Montreal, left-winger Vic Hndficld, the Flankers' leading goal-scorer in Hie series with four, was unconcerned ahout having to appear back on Mont- real ice, "We're still in good shape.'1 said HadJield. "The pressure's still on them." The pressure could quickly lo the Rangers if Mont- real goalie Ken Dryi'en contin- Gregory having trouble believing season over TORONTO (CP) "You never believe the damn season is over. It's something like a dcalh." That's the way general man- ager Jim Gregory reacted Wednesday lo the end of the Na- tional Hockey League season which came suddenly, but not unexpectedly for his Toronto Maple Leafs, The Leafs were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs Tuesday after five games against noston Bruins in the best-of-sevcn quarter-final. "When I got on Hie plane after last night's game." Greg- ory said, "I said lo Norm Ull- man thai I can'l get it into my head we're not going lo play any more this year. "We'll be spending our time scouting all the leagues now. Then we'll get together at our annual meeting and prepare for the draft." What about players, notably goalie Bernie Parent, who might have plans for jumping lo the new World Hockey Associa- tion? "We. don't really know said Gregory. "We'll be talking lo all Ihe players within the text few days and we'll know letter then.'1 Young aivard ivmner Allan Young, a graduate of Lelhbridflc Collcfitalc Institute has been chosen lo an ''Out- slamiing College Athlete of Am- erica" award. Young, formerly atlilcte of tlic year in Lelhbridgc a l tlie 1970 Kinsmen Sportsman's Din- ner, was selected for his con- tributions io Ihe Montana State University football club ut Bozeman. Announcement of his selec- tion was made by Ihe board of Advisors of "Outstanding College Athletes of America." an annual awards volume pub lished lo honor America's (incsi college athletes. Coaches and athletic direc- tors from individual colleges and universities across the United. States nominate the winning athletes on the basis of their displayed abililics nol only in alhlclics bul also in community service and cam- pus activities. The selection of Young marks the second award to southern Albcrla athlete. Hoi Taylor, attending Washington Stale University, was Also winner this year. Parent, who already has a contract with Miami Screaming Eagles in the WIIA, said he was umvorried aboul reports Tues- day that Ihe Miami club may Green expecls lo he Lradecl BOSTON CAP) Teddy Green, (he veteran dcfencc- mcm of Boston Bruins who lias not seen much action during Ibis National Hockey League season, expects to be Irnded. "They won't leave me un- protected for the expansion Green says in an in- terview in The Record Ameri- can. "I'm Loo valuable n defence man lo be left unprotected. But if you were lo ask me if I think I will be traded, 1 would answer yes.'1 Green, who played in nil 7." t-ines for the Bruins last sea- son after silting out the pre- vious year following a head injury, has spent most of his time on (he bench since Bos- ton acquired dGfeni'ernaii Carol Vadnais from Califor- nia. not be able to start play this fall because i( was refused a luiilrl- permit for its proposed arena. i "I'm nol said Par- ent. "We're going down there for a week lo look [or a hinisc. I'm also going to gel in a couple of weeks of deep-sea fishing." Conch King Clancy had some parting words of praise (or his players, "I'm really proud of this said the 69-year-old Loafs vice-president who took over as coach late in the season when John McLellun was side- lined by ulcers. "Even Ihough they were luiri- for thai last pame, they wcnL in and might have it wilh a couple of breaks. let's face Il-tbal Boslon club was a lilllc stronger." Left-winger Dnrryl Sillier, who missed the last game in Boslon with a wrist injury, said he will have an operation on the wrist, before going to Ottawa j next month to start a six-vicel; course at Ihe University of Ot- tawa. Most of the other players packed up their hockey sticks lo take with them to summer hockey -schools while others prc- t pared lo take up summer jobs. ues to stop Ihe New York shoot- ers as he did in Tuesday's night 2-1 Cr.nndiens victory when Hadfiotd was the only one lo put the puck behind the lanky net- minder. In Boston, meanwhile, the Bruins were recovering from what they had acknowledged as a tough scries against Toronto Maple Lcafo which ended Tues- day with the Bruins' 3-2 victory in the fifth game. The Bruins reported that Derek Sanderson had re- leased from hospital and doc- tors s'AC his condition was vastly improved. SiimicTsnri had spent nighUs in hospital throughout the quart- er-final series, undergoing treat- mcnL for an intestinal inflam- mation. lie emerged from hospital for team practices and g.imcs but a Bruin spokesman noted that the (cnUTinaLi had not missed a shift throughout the series. Mr.Mifliaii nels 12 Tor Lakers AXGKLF.S (AIM Jim JlcMillian scored a career-high points hut it was a basket by Happy Hairslon that proved dc- cishc Wednesday night as tho Los Angeles Lakers edged (he Milwaukee Bucks 135-134 and evened their National Flasket- ball Association Wcslem playoff finals at a game apiece. Ilairstcin put the Lakers into a advantage wilh six sec- onds left in (he as he took a pass from Jerry Ka- reem Abdnl-Jabbar sank a field goal, but it left Lhe defending j champions a point shorl. .lahbar tallied '10 points and West had 28. 'Vbu're milesahead at FirDstone Farm Special 23'Ircad bar angle. We gusr- anlee it wilF maVe the most of your tractor power or your money back. 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