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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHM1DU NOAIO T Blues Host Surprising Minnesota Club Sinden Looking For Win, Not Fireworks By THE CANADIAN Hockey lax and ptoyws 1B Baton and St. IMS may be tooting far mare fireworks to- when the two remaining Stanley Cup series resume but Hany Siaden Is more crowned about winnbg a game. fe coach at the whose best-of seven Eastern se- ries returns to Beaton after the Bangers tied it M OB two week- cod victories hi New York, "Probably winning the fint games so easily gave to mam' people the idea was going to be aa easy said Sinden whose charges whipped the Rangers and a the fint two at Bos- a. "I'm thinking at fani and even come of the be aid. "But I personally never it would be an easy se- Bid I tnmk whit trao- sptod in New York should be enough to convince everyone else of this fact" The Rangers beat (be Brute 4-3 and New York' Satur- day and Sunday. The remaining qosrter- aeries has Minnesota Stan nvring back to St Louis Chicago Black Hawb won the other East Divkioa se- ries with four straight wins over Detroit Red W agaM the BkM alter the North Stan' evened that West en Series Z-! with 4-2 and 44 weekend win at Minneapolis. UTDOORS RESPONSE WAS GOOD; but there should have been more farmers out to hear Paul Mc- Adam of the Flying Rainbow Ranch of Livingston, Montana at the Warner town hall last Tuesday and the Park'Plaza Motor Hotel in Lethbridge the follow- ing evening. McAdam outlined the possibilities of raising trout for fun or profit. It's his ranch that will be sup-' plying the rainbow trout for Lake under the sponsorship of the TyrreE's Lake Fishermen's' Association. McAdam gave advice on the raising of trout and game birds on private lands and invited anyone interested' to visit his establishment and make fuller investigations into the possibilities before making any .decisions. His ranch is about a 400-mile drive from Lethbridge. Farmers Interested in raising trout should first contact either Gordon Haugen, regional fisheries biol- ogist for southern Alberta, stationed at the provincial administration building in the city, or Stan Clements, fisheries technician at the same .address as Gordon's. The telephone number is 827-4411. They will advise on the suitability ,ol water impoundments for the raising of trout' By the way, McAdam's assures us that the rain- bows he is bringing up for Tyrrell's will he all immune, to tetanus bacillus lockjaw disease He says that over the years they have been able to develop a special strain that just can't keep its mouth shut. and Pitts- Seate, also in tear straight. i the other Western anosuntsr. The Boston fans, among tht rowdiwt in the National Hockey League, via be taking isr a n- of the fritlVt hat resulted in 174 mllj ntfav utes m the game at New York Saturday. Derek Sanderson of the trains and Dave Baton of the Rangers were 11 iimml with VAWI. SHKMTMB, out oi tbft eague's bardeat-hittiag for- wards, claimed the It mini had marked him fat special treat- ment but the New Ytrkers would get back what they landed out when the Mrlea re- sumes in Boston, He said Ranger goalie Ed liacomin had skated over to talk to him at the start of the Saturday game. WAS WARNED "He told me ttjey were out to get Sanderjon said. Giacomin denied the charge, saying be had only told Sknder- 900 to keep bis bead up. "That's what he always says to. Giacomin said, "so I thought I'd get the jump on him this time." But Sanderson looked forward to tonight's game. "'s got to go back to he said after Sundry'i match. "And they'll get it when they come to MIL president Clarence Campbell said Monday he would not conduct any hearings the Sanderson-Baku fight. In an interview k Sen Fran- cisco where he was visiting, Campbell said the fight .did no itralght games in a Sevan- game series. Aaron Sparks Atlanta V i By THE CANADIAN PRESS Hank Aaron clouted his 557th career borne run, and third of be seaeop, for Atlanta Braves Monday into the seldom-reached upper deck, of Atlanta Stadium while American League slugger teggie Jackson won for Oak- land Athletics with a two-out single. Aaron's long shot sparked At- lanta to. a 9-3 win over 'San Francisco Giants in one of three National" League games and Oakland nipped Brewers 2-1 in the'only Ameri- can League game. Los Angeles Dodgers stopped Houston Astros 2-0 and Sin Diego Padres upset Cincinnati Reds 3-1 in ttte other two NL games. Snow and cold weather at Bloomingtoo, Minn., form postponement of the only other scheduled AL acUon between ifinnesota Twfas and City Royals. In Atlanta's home opener, sonny Jackson vns on second >ase from a leadoff double when Aaron unloaded to trigger a four-run first-inning Braves rally. "I didn't know how far it was Aaron "I just knew it was going out of the ball park.''. Aaron produced a third run with a single and Tony Gonzalez delivered three more with a tri- ple und single. Milwaukee's Marty, Pattln was clinging to a 1-0 lead at Oakland when Jackson came to the plate in the seventh with runners on second and third and two out Instead of giving Jack- son the open base with an inten- tional waft, Brewers manager Dave Bristol called left-hander John O'Donoghue from the bull- pen to pitch to the left-band hit- ing slugger. Jackson drilled OTJonogbue'i lrst pitch to centre, driving tome the tying and winning Andy Kosco hit a shrth-lnning turner and pitcher Don Button drove in a ninth inning insur- ance run with an infield hit be- fore completing the Dodgers' second'straight shutout victory. The Los 'Angeles right-hander limited the Astros to a aecond- ioning double by Dems Menke and a sijttb-innuig single by Norm Miller, retiring the last 11 batters he faced. Dave Roberts replaced San Diego starter Al Santormi with the bases loaded in the seventh inning and pitched out of the jam to protect the two- run lead. Que., Tigers Terriers m final. or OrtDia, Dot, the besi-of- AN INAUGURAL meeting in Calgary on Saturday, April 1970, uuramnlK'ini from fix naturalist societies and clubs ia tot province approved the formation of a Fed- eration of Alberta Naturalists. This move has been made, as AJberU was the only western province that bcked a provincial organization. The Federation hopes to encourage among Albertaas an Increase to their knowledge of natural history and under- rtsadtag of ecological processes; to promote an exchange of information between natural history dabs In Alberta, and.ta foster the formation of additional ctabs and societies fc of the Province not presently served by naturalist LOOK WHAT'S NEW FROM MISS UNIROYAL! Brand New! Incomparable! UNIROYAL 78 SERIES-WIDE BELTED TIGERPAWS They're Iwra raw md dmp4y can not ba matched raf vahw by onyMvat them now at KlnVsl Orango DIM) While Re- 240 pounder from. Southwest- ern State College In Weather- ford, was bora in McCof- mick, S.C. He played four yean with SoDttwestern. Stock Car Club Meets Wednesday The Southern Alberta An to Rtcen will hoM a general meeting .Wednesday evening it Uie Lethbridge Labor dub com- mencing at This meeting k open to all dub members and myoue in- kereaM in the dub's activities for the coming year.. Also on tap Wednesday eve- nmg win be fte election of a Tjce-prerident tat ON irn rac- ing season. Racing, for the sew year.- b expected to get ondsr.way late in May. The Federation will promote the establishment of natural areas aad Mture reservea to conserve and protect species, commmitias or other features of Interest aad win organize or oordiMto sympcda, conferences, field meetings, nature The Federation win also the naturalists of At- berta with a provincial organization to give a lead in relating their views on be comervattoa of the natural environment to federal, provincial and local governments, to other con- cerned boaW sad instttatkai, snd to the citizens of the Provtect. The founding cWbs and societies of the federation are Alberta Natoral History Society (Red Bow Vafley Natur- Calgary Field Society, Edmonton Bird Club Edmonton Nscoral HMory CU> and the Lctfabridge Natural History Society. 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