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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 15, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD- 11 Rangers, Canadiens all even after four First Event Terry Lyon and his Pincher Creek foursome won the number one Southern Stationers event as the 1973-74 curling season came to an end with the annual mixed bonspiel. With Lyon were, front, left to right, skip Lyon and third Faye Minion. Back, left to right, second Dennis Minion and lead Laree Lyon. Second Event Don Rutherford of Calgary won the number two Sick's Brewery event. The winners are, front, left to right, skip Rutherford and third Lil Rutherford. Back, left to right, second Gordon Rutherford and lead Susan Rutherford. Third Event Garth Pilling of Lethbridge won the number three Seaman's Jewellery event. The winners are, front left to right, skip, Pifling and third Irene Lindsay. Back, left to right, second Fred Kalicum and lead Marg Rylands. Butmiconti has jumped JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (AP> Nick Buoniconti. middle linebacker for the Super Bowl champion Miami Dolphins, tentatively agreed to terms Friday with Jacksonville Sharks of the World Football League. Sharks owner Fran Monaco said Buoniconti would play out his option with Miami this year and join the Sharks in 1975 if he signs. Buoniconti, 33, said the Sharks offered him a two-year contract at about four times his salary with Miami. He is reported paid a year with the Dolphins. LOOKING FOR A FUTURE? A career with Niagara Companies offers you: Rewarding Management opportunities with an ever expanding company. Practical experience in mortgaging, leas- ing, financing, etc. An above average starting salary and an excellent future progress dependent solely on your ability and how you use it. Security with one of nation's largest all-Canadian financial institutions. Business experience preferred but not essential. Self motivation and ambition are the only pre- requisites to a successful career. Apply in writing or phone Personnel _ FINANCE COMPANY IIMITEO Branch Manager: R. M. (Murray) Bond 816 4th South, Albtrta 328-7714_______________ Ken Hodge can't figure out hockey fans By GERRY SUTTON The Canadian Press Ken Hodge doesn't under- stand Toronto fans. Even Bos- ton fans confuse him. In Toronto, the right winger's overtime goal gave Boston Bruins a 4-3 win Sunday night over the Maple Leafs and a sweep of their best-of-seven National Hockey League Stanley Cup quarter- final series. Hodge, 29, said he doesn't know why Toronto fans think- he's "vicious." Fourth Event Lyle Davis of Lethbridge won the number four Jay Signs event. The winners are, front left to right, skip Davis and third Myrna McQuarrie. Back, left to right, second Jim McQuarrie and lead Barb Davis. Lyon captures final bonspiel Well, for Terry Lyon of Pincher Creek, it has been a good year of curling. Sunday, the talented shotmaker, wrapped up the 1973-74 season by taking top honors in the annual mixed bonspiel at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Curling in front of Dennis and Faye Minion and Laree Lyon, Terry Lyon upended Bill Helme of Calgary in the final of the number one Southern Stationers event. In his march to the mixed title Lyon used some pretty good foursomes as stepping stones He opened with a win over John Barron of Picture Butte and then got past Bert Nilsson of Warner. He followed up with victories over Lethbridge rinks skipped by Lyle Davis, Bert Lagler and Lawrence Lennon. Helme, on the other hand, chalked up wins over John Nilsson, Jack Gorne and Bob Morrison, all of the host club, as well as George Reach of Fort Macleod and Bruce Stewart of Calgary. Don Rutherford of Calgary earned top honors in the number two Sick's Brewery event as he ousted John Kulka of Picture Butte in the final. Rutherford edged Gil Strachan of Lethbridge in one semi-final while Kulka sidelined Don Baszuk of Fernie in the other. Lethbridge's Garth Pilling won out over Jack Gorrie in an all-Lethbridge final for the title in the number three Seaman's Jewellery event. Pilling advanced to the final after downing Norm Douglas of Sylvan Lake in the semi- finals Gorrie bested Alf Gorzitza of Lethbridge in the other Davis, after dropping out of the number one event wnen beaten by Lyon. came back to win the number four Jay Signs event over Gordon Luchia of Nobleford in the final. Luchia had gained a berth in the final by stopping Jerry Nordean of Calgary in one semi-final. Davis, on the other hand, got past Bill Wilding of Calgary in the other. Cranbrook is even after Martin's goal WINNIPEG (CP) Left winger Billy Martin scored at of sudden death overtime to give Cranbrook Royals a 4-3 win over St. Boniface Mohawks Sunday and deadlock their best-of-seven Western Allan Cup final series at one victory each. Martjn's scoring chance came after St. Boniface goalie Grant Clay had been pushed out of the way in a goal mouth scramble, leaving Martin an open net to shoot at. The Royals held a 3-1 lead at the end of the second period but the Mohawks bounced back with a pair of third- period goals to force the overtime. There was no scoring in the first period. Marv Ferg and Ed Legare scored within the opening minute of the second period and team-mate Felix Lavalle added a goal late in the period. Wavne Bell then put St. Boniface on the Scoreboard (or the first time with a goal at 18 12 George Watson and Leo Duguay notched the third- period goals for St. Boniface. The third game in the series is set for tonight and play then shifts to Cranbrook for the balance of the series. Cranbrook coach Eric Sutcliffe was critical of his club after the victory. "We're still not playing our best hockey. We're not forechecking. And we're not scoring like we can. We averaged five goals a game throughout the PRAISES GOALTENDING Sutcliffe paid tribute to Clay, who stopped a total of 42 shots on the St. Boniface goal, while Wayne Doll blocked 34 for Cranbrook. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT P.M. THE STOMPER JOHN QUINN LEO BURKE LARRY LANE NICK CARTER DANNY LITTLE BEAR GIRLS) BETTY NICCOLI vt ANTONE 6 Exciting Matches "I don't think I've been vicious. Hell, the fans in Boston boo me because they wish 1 was even tougher." Some Toronto fans, who hung Hodge in Effigy Sunday, may have remembered Thursday night's game in Summaries BOSTON 4. TORONTO 3 Flrtt Period 1. Boston. O'Reilly 1 (Marcotte. Edestrand) 2 Toronto, Ellis 2 (Henderson. Keon) 14.56. Penalties Ferguson 1.47, Schmautz 12-50, Monahan, Schmautz 17.24. NEW YORK 6, MONTREAL 4 Flrtt Period 1. Montreal, Shut! 4 (Larose, R-chard) 0.46; 2. Nevi York. Harris (1) (Rousseau. Irvine) 3 Montreal, P. Mahovlich 2 (F Mahovlich. Savard) 18.37. Penalties Stremkowski Larose Marotte 6-15, Gainey, minor. Egers double minor 15-12 Second Period 4 Montreal. F. Mahovlich 1 (Cournoyer, Lemaire) 2-56; 5 New York, Gilbert 1 (Ratelle. Park) 4 46; 6. New York, Irvine 1 (Stemkowski. Rolle) 14.00 Penalties Lafleur 3-31, Wilson 547, Robinson 7-05. Marotte 9.41, 14 16 Third Period 7 New York. Irvine (Neilson) 1.18. 8. Montreal Savard 1 (Shutt) 13.57, 9 New York, MacGregor 3 (Rolte) 15-06; 10 New York. Stemkowski 2 (MacGregor Butler) 1918 Penalty Butler V47 on goal by Montreal 10 8 NY 7 15 500 PHILADELPHIA 4, ATLANTA 3 First Period 1 Atlanta. Romanchych 2 (Hextall. Comeau) 3-28 Penalties Price 1-09, Saleski 4-33 Romanchych 8.32. Barber 11 25 Leiter 17.42. Second Period 2. Atlanta. Lemieux 1 (Lysiak. Romanchych) 5.33. 3 Atlanta, Comeau 2 (Bennett. Lemieux) 16-19; 4 Philadelphia. Dupont 1 (Clarke) 16-48 Penalties Van Impe 1 18. Saleski 4 48. Manery 7 29 Hextall 9.15, Schultz, Hextall majors 16.35. Dupont 17 43. Bennett 1953 Third Period 5. Philadelphia. Dorr-'hoefer 2 (Bladon. MacLeish) 1.16, 6. Philadelphia. Bladon 2 (Clarke, Barber) 6 34 Penalties Qumn, 522, Schultz 13-00 Overtime 7 Philadelphia. Schultz 1 (Clarke, Flett) 5 40 Penalties None Shots on goal by Philadelphia 15 9 10 Atlanta 976 Second Period 3 Boston. Hodge 'Orr) 6.51; 4 Toronto Ullman Thompson. McKenny) 8-58 Orr. Shack 201. Monahan Codhman majors 1733, Salmmg 19 06 Third Period 5 Boston. Orr 1 (Hodge, Cashman) 17-34. 6 Toronto. Hammarstrom 1 (Henderson. Sittler) 1843 Penalties Schmautz 11 28, Turnbull 1550 Overtime 7 Boston. Hodge 3 (Vadnais Cashman) 1.27. Penalties None Shots on goal by Boston 13 12 16 Toronto 11 12 9 LOS ANGELES 5, CHICAGO 1 Period 1. Chicago. Hull 3 (Paopm. Jarrett) 3-07. Penalties Lesuk, Pappin 6-57 Maloney 8 45. Maki 11.36. Marks 14-54 Kozak 15-14 Second Period 2 Los Angeles, Carr 2 (Murphy, Kannegiesser) 4-04 Penalties None Third Period 3. Los Angeles. Widing 1 (Long) 3-24. 4 Los Angeles, Williams 1 (Murphy) 629, 5 Los Angeles, Williams 2 (Murphy) 10.27, 6 Los Angeles. Williams 3 (Rota. Carr) 12 47. Penalties Tallon 1111, Russell minor, major 12 35 Shots on goal by Chicago 7 8 Los Angeles 9 9 SATURDAY MONTREAL 4 NEW YORK 2 First Period 1 Montreal, P Mahovlich 1 (Lapointe Larocque) 3 38, 2 Montreal, Shutt 3 (F Mahovl'ch, Lemaire) 15-03, 3. Montreal. Cournoyer 4 18-47 Penalties Larose, Irvine majors 0 55, Savard. Butler 5 59, Selling 11-44 Tkaczuk 14.45. Second Period 4 Montreal. Cournoyer 5 0 49. Penalties Robinson, Butler majors 2.52 Butler 922. Bouchard 11 56 Third Period 5 NY Rangers. Stemkowski 1 (Rousseau, Park) 8 06 6 NY Rangers. Ratelle 1 (Gilbert Rousseau) 11 48 Penalties Savard 1 55. Montreal bench minor served by Wilson 6 24 Shots on goal by Montreal 11 12 New York 9 7 BOSTON 6 TORONTO 3 First Period 1 Toronto. Neely 1 (Ecclestone. Ullman) 8-54. Penalties Esposito. Turnbull 5 37, Marcotte, Sittler 7-24. Smith 1051, Marcotte, Sutler 11 16 Henderson H.43, O'Reilly 15.50. Second Period 2 Boston. Savard 1 (Vadnais, Orr) V59; 3 Boston. Sheppard 3 (Schmautz, Bucyk) 5-44; 4 Boston. Sheppard 4 (Sucyk Schmautz) 5. Boston, Bucyk 2 (Sheppard) 17 00, 6. Toronto. Sittler 2 (Neeiy) Penalties Schmautz 2-45. Orr 8-16 Third Period 7 Boston Cashman 2 (Hodge, Gilbert) V22, 8 Toronto. Shack 1 (Ferguson. Neely) 2-20, 9 Boston. Schmautz 2. 11-42 Penalties Smith 6.07, Turnbull 8 12. Edestrand 15'44 Shots on goal by Boston 7 10 Toronto 12 12 CHICAGO 1 LOS ANGELES 0 First Period 1. Chicago, Gagnon l (Mikita Koroll) 0 30 Penalties Pappin 1 00, Harper Marks 5 20. Murdoch 653, Koroll 1302 Kryskow 14.22 Second Period No scoring Penalties Chicago bench served by Rota 1 34, Tallon. Harper 4-09, Russell 12-01 Third Period No scoring. Penalties Los Angeles bench served by R. Rota, Kozak major, misconduct 1 53. Koroll 13-47, Long, Carr major, misconduct 16-43. Shots on goel by Chicago 7 1 Los Angeles 9 10 13-32 PLAYED FOR GIANTS WASHINGTON (AP) Mike Palm, former football player and coach with New York Giants, is dead of a heart attack at the age of 74. Boston when he took a wild swing with his stick at Brian Glennie during a brief altercation in the Leafs' end. AWAIT WINNER The Bruins, who finished first during regular-season play in the East Division, will meet the winner of the Chicago-Los Angeles West Division series in semi-final play. Chicago leads that series 3-1. The Bruins won the first two games in Boston 1-0 and 6-3, then downed the Leafs 6-3 Sat- urday night in Toronto. In the other East Division playoff, New York Rangers took a 6-4 win at home over Montreal Canadiens to even their best-of-seven quarter- final 2-2. The Canadiens won 4- 2 Saturday night in New York. Their series resumes Tuesday night in Montreal with the sixth game Thursday night in New York. Tuesday's game will be televised on the CBC national network starting at 6 p.m. MST. Hodge, who had 50 goals in regulai-season play, got the winner at of overtime when he deflected Carol Vadnais' long shot while standing just in front of goalie Doug Fa veil. "I didn't see said Favell. "I just saw it go out to the point and knew from the sound of wood that it was com- ing, but I didn't know where so I just dropped." He said all he could see was Hodge and as he fell he saw the Boston winger's stick go down and the puck change direction. If Hodge's team-mates go along with a suggestion by Bobby Orr. the winning goal might be worth Just before the team returned for the overtime period, Orr shouted that the winning goal scorer would get from each of his mates. "And the first thing I'm going to do when we get on that plane back to Boston is go around and said Hodge, who scored two goals in the final game. Terry O'Reilly and Orr got the other Boston goals. Inge Hammarstrom, who sent the game into overtime when he scored at of the third pe- riod, Ron Ellis and Norm Ull- man shared Toronto's goals. SHEPPARD LEADER Gregg Sheppard wound up as the leading scorer for both teams with four goals and three assists. In Saturday's game, Sheppard had two goals and an assist. Andre Savard. Wayne Cashman, Johnny Bucyk and Bobby Schmautz scored the other Boston goals. Bob Neely, Eddie Shack and Darryl Sittler scored for the Leafs, who outshot the visitors 48-30. The Leafs were outshot 44-33 Sunday. Pete Stemkowski of the Rangers says the pace has been rough in the series and that one of the teams is going to have to break. "We just have to hope and feel that we're much stronger than they are and hope that we're not the team that folds in the end." The score was tied 4-4 until Bruce MacGregor scored his third goal of the series at of the third period. At Stemkowski put the game out of reach when he scored into an empty net, shortly after Montreal removed goalie Michel Larocque. The Rangers, playing without Vic Hadfield who had his left ankle placed in a cast Saturday and will miss seven to 10 days, trailed 3-1 before tying the score on goals by Rod Gilbert and Ted Irvine. Irving had two goals for the Rangers and Ron Harris com- pleted their scoring with one. Steve Shutt, with his fourth goal of the series, Pete Mahovlich, brother Frank and Serge Savard scored for the Canadiens. Flames couldn't hold onto 3-0 lead By THE CANADIAN PRESS For a while, things looked bad for Philadelphia Flyers. Their coach had been mugged and went home to rest and the Flyers were down 3-0 in their fourth playoff game against Atlanta Flames. But Philadelphia rallied to tie the score and then win 4-3 on Dave (The Hammer) Schultz's overtime goal Sunday night to sweep their best-of-seven Stanley Cup quarter-final in four games. In the other quarter-final in- volving National Hockey League West Division clubs. Los Angeles Kings surprised Chicago Black Hawks with a 5-1 victory, forcing that series to a fifth game in Chicago Tuesday The Hawks won the third game Saturday 1-0. The Flyers now await the winner of the Montreal Cana- diens-New York Rangers series which is tied 2-2 going into the fifth pame in Shero mugged ATLANTA (AP) Fred Shero, coach of Philadelphia Flyers, was mugged in Atlanta late Saturday night and missed Sunday's National Hockey League game between the Flyers and Atlanta Flames A club spokesman said two men jumped the 49- year-old Shero outside an Atlanta hotel following a team meeting Saturday night but that the coach suffered only a few scratches He was feeling dizzy Sunday and flew back to Philadelphia to rest. The team played Sunday night's game under the direction of assistant coach Mike Nykoluk. Montreal Tuesday. The winner of the Hawks-Kings series will meet Boston Bruins who eliminated Toronto Maple Leafs in four games, winding up with a 4-3 overtime win Sunday night Atlanta jumped to a 3-0 lead on goals by Larry Romanchych, Jean Lemieux and Rev Comeau Andre Dupont's goal late in the second period started the Flyers rally and third-perioci goals by Gary Dornhoefer and Tom Bladon tied the score Schultz scored at of the sudden-death overtime, after breaking behind the Atlanta defence for a clear shot at Atlanta r.etminder Phil My re "Usually I just shoot it in situations like that, but I kind of tried to give him a little fake." said Schultz. "He went for it and I just stuffed it in there. I don't think he knew when I was going to shoot." The Flames' early lead was the only one they held in the four-game series The Fivers won the first game 4-1 and the second 5-1 at home and took the third game Friday in Atlanta 4-1. Schultz said he hoped the Flyers would meet the Rangers in the semi-finals because the Rangers "have a record of choking all the time." but then he hedged The Rangers beat Montreal 6-4 Sunday afternoon in New York to tie the series. "After watching that game today on television. I don't know." said Schultz 'Beth New York and Montreal will be very tough." Rick MacLeish of the Fivers became only the sixth in Stanley Cup history to score three goals in one period of play in last Wednesday's game Sunday night. Tommy Williams of Los Angeles became the seventh. "It's about time we got some said Williams after his three goals against Hawks goalie Mike Veisor. 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