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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THC LtTHWHOCt HHAlD April 15, HTft Bruins Could Wrap Things Up Thursday In New York Francis Confident Rangers Will Be Back Sunday Bowling Banter Detroit Red Wings. The teams move to New York COMPETE Greg Anderson will be in action Saturday when the. Lethbridga Diving Club hoslj teams from various parti of the province in en open meet. Diving Event This Saturday Some of the fined divers in Alberta will be on hand Satur- day at the Civic Centre pool when the Lethbridge Diving Club stages its annual open diving rnccL The competition, an age group and open classification affair, is set for the Civic Centre at seven o'clock. Along with six members of the Lethbridge club, entries from Calgary and Edmonton and possibly from some Mon- tana centre; will take part in the one day event. Representing Edmonton will be three clubs, the University of Alberta, the Klondike Diving Club and the Edmonton chib. From Calgary will be five en- tries, the University of Calgary, Glencoe, Calgary Winter Club, Renfrew and Acadia. Word hasn't been received ran the Montana clubs' but local officiate are hopeful of a couple rX American entries. Although-early in the season coach Dave Hackson of the Lethbridge Club is looking [or strong performances from his team, JACK'S PLUMBING SERVH LETHBIIDGE For Efttrrrottt JACK FULlEt 328-2515 AT GLENDALE BOWL, Kmmk M tit hottest bck JV of the setsoe to take bowier-of-the-vcck teem among the men. be came up with 'big 371 m nk first game in IOF, and then folknrad it up with SH ard 296 f or a 931 triple. the latter mark is the new season high Jeu was named the women's week. also competing in IOF, she dicta] for games of 229, 233 and 246 for a 710 triple, 212 pins over her average o( Draws Smith was the week's winner at the Ericksen award, hitting [or 235 plus over his 2W average in Commercial Men's. and the pins continue to lake a beating in Comma-rial Men's with John Waycheshen rolling 3A5 and 878, Lew Mills 302 and KO and Kyoto Shigehiro 351 this put week. Champions Jeu Passey and MalroBra retained their mixed doubles challenge title. with Jean rolling 363 and Ml and Ken 301 and KB, they turned back the bid o( pair of youthful YBC challengers, Baden Pilling and Brenda Pederseo, by 288 pins. the week's leaders in YBC bantam action were Rodney Soopek 209, Brian Robinson 236 and Cindy Pedrini 176 with Brian Anderson 255, Ann Tunow 224 and Debbie Calhoun 227 topping Hie junior-senior section. In league action, the big guns for the week were Sieve Gangur-303, Larry Douglas 301, Roy Wooliscroft 302, Dai Finnerty 339' and 793, Bert Mezei 313 and !18, Doug Yotmg 358 and 812, Sieve Saier 307 and Joe Dimnik will his big 378 and 938. Sandy Sc'ittergood continues to turn on the steam, coming up with a 356 single and 902 triple. other' leading lights for the. week among .the gals were Lorna Baugh with 353, her best effort of the year, and a 790 triple and Limit Woodmai with 331. other leaders included Sally Trone 310, Barb Wolstoocroft 009, Judy Harack 303 and 739, Dena Smith 3M and 763, Carol Hunt 303 and Jane Smj'ke 296. A? CAPRI BOWL, Brad Elder.took the men's of-the-week title and Brick-sen's award. competing in Prebuitt with an average of 210, be rolled 221, 286 and a rousing 3M for. 9M, 274 pins oyer his average. Marg Smltk took the women's bowler-of-tbe-weefc crown, posting an 816 triple in Martinuing to boost her average to a solid 246 and assuring her of the top women's average in the city in winter league action. New highs for the year included Brad Elder's 334 and 9M triple and Jack Jones with a great 413 in Cardie's. Jones rolled eight straight strikes, had a left corner spare to the .ninth, two strikes in the 10th and then a chopoff with his final ball. Henry Williams and Tony Bognsay. retained their men's doubles challenge crown, stopping Ryo Nagata and' Baden Pilling by S3. pint. In' the women's challenge, champ- ions Linda Malcomsoi and Lyue Lengrel toppled Vl Price by 132 pins in their first meeting but. were forced into a fifth game in their second meeting to keep the title. in the five-game set only 42 pins separated the two learns with Dot Anderson's 333 the high single. BOSTON (CP) Emife Fran- cic confident his New. York Ranger! will be back here Sun- day light for a deciding game in their Stanley Cup quarter-fi- nal playoff series with Boston Bruins. The Bruins beat the Ranged 3-2 Tuesday night to tike a 3-2 lead in the series, but Franca said: "I have no cnmpUinfa about the efforts d our hockey dub tonight, and ii we get the same effort Thurs- day night, we'll be back in busi- ness and we'll see you back here Saturday of Sunday." The winner of. the MM meets Chicago Black Hawks who mm their qunier-fina] se- A total af 21 DmuUi ii paut ties was handed oul to both aides in the first period gave them a total of MO an- utes for the serin. The previous record of SB minutes was" set. in a seven- game series between St. Louis Bluet and Philadelphia Flyers their 1M tarroH i MW i FW PorM 1. Itittn. Orr J hMwi) L Now York, Eojen 3 (Pork, Glattrl) derun. It. Srr.iltl Tkouuk I ITU Hodgo Satan boKh (strved by DO.O Morton, Cvrtol bcond I Now York, Kw- tanbocli 1 INnln) mi. FonMrhti DeMvco, (motor) Hcrton Third i. Serial, Hodge) J. Botkri ElpMito i (Orr) PenJltlre He- Koraio Ilia, Orr ShctI M ty Hnr York HBX 11 II 11 I Burns Upset At Club After Loss Tuesday ries in four straight games over for the sixth game Thursday night and the Rangers must win Ashe Wants Expulsion 'UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) American tennis sUr Arthur Ashe told the UN com- mittee on apartheid Tuesday that he will ask for South Afri- ca's expulsion inicma- tionat.Lawn Tennis Federation whan it meets in July. Spring League play opens at Capri May 4 with in prizes. set are women's leagues Tuesday afternoon and evening, Wednesday, afternoon and Thursday morning and afternoon, mixed play Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day nights, men's Monday night, classic triples Wednesday night and YouEg Adults Sunday night a tent trailer is first prize Leading the men in league play for the week irere Ken Malcomson 337, Raidy Wolstoncnft 32S, 336 and 820, BUI Hleucka 315 and 815, Sim Girarm HC triple, Frank Benhart and 556, Henry Becnthotd 303 and 821, fntfu Higa 337 and 918, John McKemu 314 and Harry Nagata 317. pacing the gals were Sharon Kimery .303, Isabel Orslen 303 and 773, Gwen Edwards 318, Pat Henderson 312, Elaine Brown 333 and 838, Salmon 319, Marion Guzik 300, Joyce Marsden 307, Titley 310, and Marg Smith 328. lo Jlay alive. A strong third-period raDy by Lhe Bruins Tuesday accounted (or the Rangers' demise. The New- Yorkers were leading 2-1 going into the final 20 minutes of play but the awakened Bruins got two goals from Ksposito to gain the win. SAW SIGNIFICANCE "I think it was the realization that this was probably the most critical period of the season for said Boston coach Harry Sinden in explaining the sudden rally. _ "I said a few things to them between the periods, but lots of nights I've said the same things and nothing Sinden said. "More than anything I could say, I think they just real- ized the importance of the situa- tion." The Bruins scored fint with defenceman Bobby Orr getting his fifth goal of the series early in the first period. But the Rangers appeared to have the edge in play until the third pe- riod, outshrjoting Boston 22-19 through the first two' periods and 35-2S through the complete game. "They weren't Francis said of the Bruins. "It was be- cause we were playing well and checking well. You're only as good as the other guys let you be." The Rangers fieri the score less than three minutes after OTT'S goal when rookie Jack Egers hit on a power play. They look a 2-1 lead midway through the second period when ten tie Orland Kurtenback broke away and fired a wrist shot to beat goalie Gerry Cbeevers. KEPT HEMMED IN But the Brume- hemmed the Rangers in the New York zone in the final period and their per- sistent attack produced the tying 'goal less than three min- utes aSttr the period started. Esporito took a pass from Wayne Cashman and fired a 15- foot shot to' beat goalie Ed Gia- comin. The Bruins kept up the pressure and less than six min- utes later got the winning goal when Esposito took a tag lead pass (rum Orr and skated in alone on Giacomin. Francis tried to slow the Bruins down by sending Terry Sawchuk in as a replacement for Giacomin. Sawchuk played less than a minute before Gia- comin returned to the goal, but the delaying tactic failed to cool out the Bruins who kept the Ranger attack in check for me rest of the game. The Boston crowd of ST. LOUIS Barns, playing coach IGsne- soU North Stan, aeennd bis dub of -fetting down and1 gawk log in its W tes to SL Loos' Bun a the fifth game of their SUnley Cup quarter-fintl ptay- ofl Tuesday mgnL SL Louis took a M iMd fa the best-of-seven Stanley Cup series which moves to Minmtota for the sixth game Thursday. "We stopped Burns said.1 "It's cut and .dried. Hockey is a game mat you skate in. If yon don't skate well, you don't win. "We go home and fry and we come here and fly (or a period and then we 'stand around and said Bums, who scored one Minnesota goal. "The first period we were In command, I thought, and then all of a sudden we stood around and There was one chib playing out there the last two periods, and that was mem." Blues coach Scotty Bowman said: "That was a helluva goal Red (Berenson) got It broke their backbone." Berensoo stole'the puck from Minnesota's Bill Goldswortby to score the final St. Louis goal at of the third period while the Blues were shorthanded. WORKED LAST II raDyisg tones to urge the Blues on. The players may have' a tougher time when they go hack to Minnesota where they were pelted with debris by the North Stan fans during both the week- end games. A win for the North Stars Thursday night would' send the series back to SL Louis (or a 4e- cidmg gaice Saturday or Sun- day but a win for the Bhies would put them iota the "Test Division playoff. against Pitts- burgh Peogums who downed Oakland Seals in four straight games. IT. LOUIS L____________ Flrrt Ptrkd 1. Portoa 1 (Wllllomi, PoKnk) 1. look, I (McCre.ry, Arbour) J. Minnesota, Parhe 3 [Ororrt, worthy) Penaltln Barton Tolbol B. Ploetr utorta Polaalr. Second Period i. SI. Look, ton- non 1 (St. eonthrt 5. SI. Laja. -abourln (St. Monollir, Cms! Porultlei Slot. Horn, bourln Tolbol (minor Thkd PttM t. SI. Lwh, I lEcdrstm, McCmry) J. il. Lcuh, Roberh 1 L SI. Louh, Sermon 1, Wlnnnohi, Gfiy n n n i r-n i-r ELRICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LIAGUI EM W' AMERICAN LIAGUI iift Phllodolphlo 3 ChTogo The Child-est Bike Ever! C.C.M! Swinger toys' and Girli' complete with chain guard, and. 39.95 OTHER HIGH RISE MODELS Ai tow 10.73 10 SPEED BICTCLES 7QO, Over IS [n iloeV. A> tow at Your Old Blka be Terms as your down payment at 5.00 a month BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 "OVER 300 BICYCliS IN STOCK" OPEN THUIS. end Fftl. Till P.M. So'jlhern Afborla For Over 30 Years'' A new event Is coming op this Sunday right when the top trundlers from Capri and Gtendate meet in a challenge match wiOi the second round at Capri a week Sunday afternoon. this match will also determine me singles representatives for men and women in the bid to advance to the Canadian singles championships in Van- couver-May 30. both houses will also hold rolloffs lexting to the Canadian team championships in Vancouver. "In the; second period, the final 10 mingles, we were work- Bowman said. "We were Uh type of team we've been all ar." CAtre Phil Goyette of the Blues said: "In the first period, I thought they played some of the best hockey. After that they slowed up and we came on." The North Stars beat (be Blues 4-2 and 4-0 in the third and fourth games of the series at Minnesota during the week- end and their" winning momen- tum carried-them to a 2-1 first- period lead on goals by Jean- Paul Farise. Veteran Blues goalie' Glenn Hall was beaten in the. second minute of play by a screened shot from Faroe. Tin: Ecckstone tied It up for 5L Louis three minutes later but Parue took a pass (ram Bill Goldsworthy to beat Hal] again with a close snot from ia front of the nets. The Blues outsbol the North Starr 12-10 in the first period and 18-6 In the middle period when Larry Keecan md-Gary Sabourin scored to pot St. Lomi in front. Terry Gray, Jim Roberta and period.and Burns counted for the North Stars midway ftrovurjs Un period. Tjfe Bhia took 37 shots Minnesota nebxunoer Gump Worsler while HaD managed II CfnclniuH Sen Frwtcbco Diego Altai. Houston Lot Angrta r Wnl 7 5 4 t .3 .375 .373 Atontml Spormi H al SI. Louis om 14 Nk3S. Dlooo Corkks M ol Alii Slrm 1-0. H Loa Angoloa omn 1-1. .1 Cincin- nati Merrm 1-1 K iln Fnncho. Porry 1-1 it Hoviton TUFS04Y1 HIIULTJ. Snort (M) Sclmo in L. Palmer III and McCainr; Holtlnxn [1-1) and Hundl.v: HR: -----Brfk in in 1-1 r York M 7 Glinll (il Horfnteh fl-1) ind Mor; KrarMn, TaHcr II McCrair (H) (10) Koono 111) OM Grohi. Alter (11. Mi 1 I. _____ I Klrty Dukoi (I) Coomb (71 Rcoj (7) ond Connlrure; slmpser (Ml (II ind lunch. HRs Perez ID, Smell 111, Toton W 101 HO- 1 i M m iss-i j Falrr ll-l) Brnor m Tor borg; Ray tO-11 Billlng-Sam (7) .D Liuro (I) ond ElMardi, Martinez Milwaukee Kanw City ihlcaco Pd. i .tn .571 IVt J .M 1 3 JW J t .ffl J C.hlcogo JanBkl H I son 0-1 N MinneMt. Perry l-o Callfomhi Meslersmlth 2-0 N WaskTnglgn Brunei 0-1 and Cokrnon 0-1 al Balltmote Palrcer Mi aid McNally 1 7wl N Nev York Burboch Ml ot Ballon 1-0 HR: 111. -11 11 Rotadwf, CAUtan (1 al Ooklond Doo- TUISDAY'S IIIIULT> "on York Sit m n Mao Ml 111 II. 1 Peterson (M) Verbonlc and El- IM; Culp. ll-l) MOSM. HRl: Scott III, smith (111, NY-cater CkmHirrt 111-4 II 1 Detroit II 1 Hand (0-11 Hargan (1) Hennioon [51 Mi'ler 15) Elllwonn. 151 Pavl Hit- giri (II anl FKies Lollch (ill and Freehan. HRs: Cle-Ford M- Caih Mltvooieo MM 1 Oakland 1O 11 I Br.btnder Locker MerrpJ McNertney; Omtnlng UndMod '.nd Ferna.vln, Duncan Mondir CMuo. ...MM CalHorrla M tli-1 I 1 Korlm ond Jceteh- lon: Flsner (I) and M CUV. al Bolllmor., ppd. .MS Cily al ppd. HOCKEY SCORES _______ Mborger (11. Llnry (II, WcMotan (1-01 (71 ond OMl; Nnh, KoDor Wllhtlm HelMuor 11-11 Pappoi It) and Tinmen. HRl. Mn Franchco, Dkti (31, rttCrrlf Honoonon At- lorrfo, Aoron (O. n m m i n t __ oat m tares m the game. A crowd of fans saw the teams set two records chanted and stamper! in time for penalties. with organist Norm Kramer's Still On Crutches Third Division For Asloii Villa LONDON (Reutm) Aston Villa, one of the most famous soccer clubs in the English relegated to the Third- Division Tuesday night for the fint time In Its history. Aston Villa's fate was sealed wtien Charllon dWeated Bristol Cily M Tuesday. MeanwNle, Preston's only hope of survival in the Second Division Is on goal average over Watford, beaten J-l Tuesday right by Huddcnfieid, Second Division champion. Gaudaur Back Rmto, McGinn Wo.Knik.1 KM (0-11 (II) and BoccaMlo; db- m, Hllgondort Taylor Ny. CmpW (U) ID) ono Tom. CMI LMSM ______ Tunor 3, TMOTMI Spikm It cold Angefn bat-of (run 1CM Wntilnl York 1 Bonn Boston Itatfi qutrtor- M Mlwnola 3 51. Loub I SI.- Lovh bat-tt-imn urhr- Sprlmfkid 4 owrtir.flMl IM 1-1 Grtmboro 1 Clintm I Clintai