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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 TUB UTHdRtUGE IIERAID Mt..nlciy, April 17, 1977 iiji.ii. twice at, St. Louis with no-hitter llv niK ASSOUATI'H) I'LIKSS Tl National League couldn't i MM- ui-OuNl for belter publicity UiKiten's no-hitter in ;lv oponinj; weekend to make, iiH-itd the 13-day delay rmi-U'd by the baseball players sink.'. And f'n Canadian fans, there v us the added encowaijemenl of ;i victory by Montreal uvi-r St. Louis Cardinals. llimU'ii. a 22-year-old rookie with Chicago Cubs, Ills knuckle-curve ball to Iniil'l bis no-tiitler for a -1-0 vic- Inn over Philadelphia Phillies i Suiuliiy. 'lluit evened Ihc score hi' Phillies who made a loser t of the Cubs Canadian Almost hlcic il of the Cubs Canadian Ferguson Jenkins, in liis soil? on opener Saturday, a I-U victory over Chicago. Hixilen said he "wasn'l gc-t- iiii: the: knuckle curve over in s so I .stopped CENSACOLA. Fla. (AIM 11 vras vintnyi: Dave Hill. 'Docs it feel pretty lo again, someone Hskc-d after Hill's dramatic vic- Rinke wins at Edmonton Curmct] Rinkc v..i.> icLcd llic ciiLslamling boxer in the open compel! tioi: at HIP Albert a amateur boxing championships in Edmonton river the weekend. Rinke, of the Lcthhridge Box- Ing Club, pulled Ihe biggest up- set of the one-day show by com- pletely outclassing heavily-fa- vored Jim Tilley ot KdnmnloD's South Side Legion Club, Tlinke, continuing to show great progress each lime out, had Titley on the canvas twice in the third round. Coach Oscar Odney, of the Lethbridge club, made it clear IhaL only the bell saved Titley from a knockout. Conrad Snicenncs of the LBC found his current lack of ex- perience liis as lie In.st .1 tn Pnndy Jarksnn. u'ifh .pnnifi bouls under his belt, won Hie best left handed boxer award afler outpointing (he gnme Sin- cennes. Meanwhile Dennis of Cardston chosen lo the Alberta learn after picking up the championship in Hie 132 pound weight class. UFIEAKS OWN HKC'ORD LOS ANGELAS Kjell Isaksson, the soaring Suede, pole-vaulted IB fuel, two inches Saturday, breaking his own world record by one inch. lory in ihe SloO.OOO Monsanto Open Rolf tournament Sunday. Hill, a dedicated perfeclionist, considered (he question a mo- ment, he said. "I'd rather play good so that I was ready Lu win. It'll make you sick the way I bit it, won it with a ton of luck and sheer he paused, grinned and added: "I may have used up aU the luck I'll ever have." The 34-year-old veteran blew a load as Jerry Heard charged from seven strokes off the pace and built a two-stroke margin. But Hill rallied with birdies on two of the final three holes and won his ninth lour title with a par 7t and a 271 total. HKAUD HOOKS DRIVE Heard, playing a couple ol holes ahead of HiU, had the lead alone until be went one over par on the final hole, hooking his drive into the trees. He had a strong six under par on Ihe PensRcnln Country Club course, and was second at 272. Hill won it on the last hole. Tied for the top at that stage, he not off a gucxl drive and then watted before hitting his .second, He laced a six iron dead on the flag, with the ball stopping four feet short. The putt rircpped and Dave had the first first victory in almost two yems and a spot in next week's rich Tournament of Champions. Chris Blocker closed up with a for third place at 274. Vet- eran Bob Goalby had a hole-in- one on the second hole en route In a 65-275 and fourth. Ray Floyd was alone in fifth wilh a 69-276. Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg, (he only Canadian lo survive the cut, had rounds of 7.1-70 63-73 for a 284 lotal. He won as the Eioyals Chicago 2-1 in the opener Saturday and fol- lowed willi '.M and 4-3 ries in Sunday's doublchcadcr aL Kansas City. 1C Is u where in Ihe American League Sunday, Minnesota Twins tapped Oakland Athletics 3-2, Texas Hangers trimmed California Angels 5-1 and Balti- more Orioles tlck-ulcd New York Yankees 3-1 in the niin- shorlcncd first game of a sched- uled doublcheader. The second New York-llidtimore game, Mil- wmikce Brewers' doublchcador at Cleveland and Boston's game al Detroit all wore rained out. In other season openers Satur- day, Milwaukee beat Cleveland 5-1, Mickey Lolich pitched De- troit past Boston 3-2, Oakland edged Minnesota 4-3 and Cali- fornia blanked Texas 1-0. Calgary appears out, didn't put up bond llu- early innin IMIIJ: il." But f went Lo il exclusively in llie eighth ami ninth innings, I pi (died, my be-sl. That's when T foil tlie adrenalin flow- ing. I was just Irving lo gel the ball over in Hie seventh." BKATS DOYLE Tlifit. was Ihe inning in which Iloolon Don Money and Mike Anderson with two out but slipped a called third strike pasL Denny Doyle. lie walked seven and struck out the same num- ber in bui ling the carliesl no- liillcr in Ihc majors .since Cleve- land's Boh Feller slopped Chi- cago While Sox. 32 years lo the day in the Indians' 19-10 opener. Tlie heal the Girds Ii-2 in the SI Uiuis opener Salurdnv and repeated wilh an identical score Sunday. Elsewhere Sunday, San Fran- cisco Giants outslugged Houston Astros 10 li. Cincinnati Reds I humped Los AnRe.les Dodfiors in-ir Pittsburgh Pirates blanked _V'W York Met.s 2-0 and San Padres downed Atlanta Braves 3-0 after losing 5-1 in the fii'sl of n douhlc-hentlcr, WIN [n olhcr opening-day games j Snlurday, the Met.s stopped i Piltsbursli -1-0, Los Angeles 1 incfcpL-nrf-inf husine-, s- rncn in Lei hbr idcjn. He hai man A int lh? pail 2 ycon, He nnd his wife Jonrt ..svc i.n.cJrcn, "i married 2nd 2 cl h Home phono 327.7333. JOHN or STAN cihoul Speciol Price and cm; 9 passenger In wagon balh fully equipped and both ticns os roof luggage car- ries, window defrost, 1.50 V3 nuromnfic, radio, many, many moro. Come m end see how nnve ihe.-n priced! STAN KRISTJANSON Sinn Vins henn for 22 yoori and Inoldi iho General Motors Mosler Salcs- of I he Masonic lodge. Sinn nnd his wife, Mary 2 children ond 2 grandrhil- J 1 Grrvice Mnrtagor m Encrsc-r'' Honw; pnonc 328-ljflft qgonv or ony .prelnlfy-pricod .po.ly U At DOWNTOWN 4fh Avenue S. 2 CAR SHOWROOM PHONE 327-5705 OPEN DAILY TILl 9 P.M.I IJ.vTMi: CANADIAN PHESS The? World Hotkey Associalion appears dotcrmincd to conlimic despite ils problems after re- port pi'ojTvess from llircc fronts during tlie weekend. In the league nn- noiincefi Snlurday that 10 of its 12 lennw hart posted perfoniKiiice tioiuls, lluis creat- inp a SI.Mii.LHiO Icaffuc treasury. At the1 lime, Minrcsola Fighting Snints atmouncccl the formal siyninp of National Hockey League veteran Connelly lo a fivc-ycnr, no-trade no-cut conlr.-R't. New Whalers nnd K cl m o nt o n Oil Kings added more lo Uic WHA piclure by atmoimciiiR some progress in securing playing sites. Lack of EI playing site re- mained a problem for Miami Screaming Kaylcs, h o w ever, and dial clnb one of the two franchise holders failed lo put up ils performance bond Leed United l n 1 1 O iiiiciis LO N D 0 N1 (OP) Leeds United renulicd llic (inal of llie English Football Association Cup for Ihe third l.itnc in seven years Saturday, beating Second Division Rirmingham City 3-0 in a scmi-riiial at Sheffield's Hills- borough Stadium. But Leaks must wait to learn the identity of its opponent in Ihe final aL Wembley Stadium May G as Arsenal and Stoke City drew 1-1 in the other .semi-final nnd will replay at Everton Wednesday. Mick Jones and Peter Lori- Stasiuk guest History will be made aL the Milk River SporLsman's Dinner this Saturday evening. For the first time in the 12- year history of the annual event a National II c e k c y League cnach will he al the head table. Vic Slasiuk, a native son of Lethbrufpe, has been added to the guest list for the 1972 dinner scL for this coming Saturday evening. Stasiuk joins Monsifinor Athol Murray, Gordon Pouliot and master of ceremonies Pat Sulli- van at Ihc head table. This past season Stasiuk, af- ler coaching Philadelphia Fly- ers, look over the reins of the California Golden Seals and turned them into an esciting club, lie had his charges in playoff contention until the last week of 'lie season. Experience was lacking on (lie Seals but Stasiuk took his young club to a point, this past year that would indicate heller IhimTs lo come for nuxL .season for tlie (iolden and ihcir supporters. Slasink, himself, was an all- slar performer in the NHL. A member of Ihe famed B or ton "t.'kc Line'1 along with John liucyk and Bronco florvalh, I Slnsiuk was later traded to DC- 1 troit Red Wings Find finisher! his career in Ine red and white of Driroit. Stasiuk is a polished nfler I dinner speaker and Ihc Milk j Hiver Klks are c-eiUiin he will i Eidr] a greM deal to the success of Ihc dinner. Tickets Tor the dinner. scL at can he ohlain- i cd frcm any Elks member. mor scored for Leeds, which has never won the cup. Ar.senal, the cup-holders, look the lead against Stoke a goal by (leorge Armstrong, but Stoke lied when Arsenal de- fender Peter Simpson scored in his own net. In Ihe Scollisli Cup, Rangers and Hibernian drew l-l aL Glas- gow's Ilampden Park in a semi-final and must replay lor the right to meet Celtic in the (inal May 6. A crowd of at Glas- gow's Hampdcn Park saw [he Rangers' McDonald score in [ho first half. Three minutes after halflime, O'Rourke tied it for Hibernian. Derby County and Liverpool took advantage of the cup com mitmcnls of Leeds Untied to bnosL their hopes of winning llic English League championship by scoring convincing victories in regular league- games. But Manchester City, one of the Tour teams contesting the most exciting litlc race in years, were held to a 1-1 draw by Coventry Cily. Derby remained in first place by winning 3-0 against Hudders- fiolfl Town, which now looks certain Lo be relegated to the Second Division along wilh Not- Foresl. Hoy McFarlanrt, Kevin Hec- tor and John O'Hare scored the goals which gave Derby six poinls wilh two panics left lo play. Manchester Cily is a poinl behind. Liverpool heal West Ham United 2-0 on goals by John To- shack and Sieve Ilcighway. Liverpool is third, two points behind Derby wilh a game in hand Leeds i.s fourth, three poinls behind Derby, with two games in hand. Bucks rout Los Angeles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coach Larry Coslcllo of the Milwaukee Bucks knows what he can expect from Karccm Abdul Jahbar. But he isn't al ways sure about Curtis Perry and Bob Dandridgc. Jabbar, celebrating his 25111 birthday, did his usual top job points, 18 rebounds, seven blocked llic Buck? routed Los Angnfrs Lakers IH 88 Sunday to even their Western Conference National Basketbal Association playoff at two games each, RE-ROOF Before Leaks Develop Mak? Simpsons-Sears Your Headquarters for Dependable, Protective, Beautiful Roofing Come In lo Your Nciircst Sinipsuns-Sciirs Store or Phone- ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES at league mcc'lmgs In Chicago. Calgary was the other. Clubs which posted bonds were Edmonton, Chicago, Hous- on, Los Angeles, Minnesota, N'ew England, New York, 01- :awa, Quebec and Winnipeg. Dul WIIA president Gary Davidson indicated he hopes to save both the Miami and Cal- jary franchises. Miami currently is in default with the said David- son, "but the board of trustees lave Riven ihn holdnr of the THtiehise two weeks to resolve heir problems." Davidson said the league will .shortly details of an expected ownership change in he, Calgary B rones club which lell into difficulty when owner Scotly Munro announced last week he was pulling out he- cause of other business commit- ments. The Miami franchise ran inlo- difficnlly last week when il failed to obtain a building per- mit for its proposed new arena. "If Miami does not meet its league obligations, several WHA teams have expressed a willingness to take over any player contracts the Screaming Eagles have entered said Davidson. "Rut that won't be necessary as (here are oilier cilies that have requested franchises in the WHA. "We definitely will start llic IJI72-73 season this Oclober with 12 teams." THEY SIGNED PAHENT The Miami franchise was the first lo announce, .several weeks ago. the signing of an NEIL star. The Katies were reported ready lo pny goalie Bernic Parent of Toronto Maple Loafs for a five-year contract. Connelly's five-year deal with Minnesota was reported worth The Ronyn, Que., na- tive finished the 1971-72 season with Vancouver Canucks. Jim Adams, president of (he Fighting Sainl.s. sairt he saw Ihe signing as one lhat perhaps would "break the logjam of the signing of National Hockey League phiyer.s.'1 Adams said lhat at the Chi- cago meetings he was amazed at how far advanced some of the clubs were1. "I know of one that has al- ready signed nine players, but I cannot disclose the names." Alan Kaglcson, executive director of Ihe NHL Players' Association, said in Toronto Fri- day he expected the Snint.s would sooii announce the sign- ing of NHL players Brian (ilen- nic ar.d Mike Pelyk of Toronto and Andre Boudrias and Dale Tallon of Vancouver Canucks. He also expected T.arry Pleau and Pele Mahovlich of Montreal Canadiens would join New Eng- land Whalers in the WIIA. However, Pleau's lawyer said in Montreal Snlurday that while negotiations were going on with Ihe Whalers, no decision had been made on Plcnu leaving the MIL. PI-AXS MEETINGS Lawyer David S c h a I i a of Montreal said further meetings with the Whalers were planned for this week. Connelly. .12. is a veteran ol nine seasons in the MIL wilh Boston Bruins, Minnesota North Stars, Detroit Red Wings, ,St. Louis Blues and Vancouver. Plc-aii, 25, a native of Lynn, Mass., has seen part-time duly ii-illi the C.inadicms the last two seasons. In Boston, meanwhile, the. Whalers announced that nego- tiations for a playing site arc entering the final singes. Club president Howard Baldwin said a final announcement would likely be marto before May I but he gave no indication of what silc (he Whalers were seeking. The Whalers would likely have difficulty getting good playing dates at Boston Garden, already busy wilh the Bruins, the Rraves of the American Hockey League and the Celtics of the National Basketball Asso- eiation. In Edmonton, the Oil Kings have the Kdmonton Gardens to si art (Jieir ficsl season in, but owner I'ill Hunter are under way with the cily lo acrpiirc a building site for 5 pxopoccd new a NATIONAL LEAGUE SERIES A W L F A PI Hosfon won besl of seven inal four grimes lo one. SERIES B W L F A PI Vcrk....... -I 3 19 H 8 -icnlreal 3 4 H 19 J York besl ol-seven quar er final four qflmrt two SERIES C W L F A PI ;hicaqo 1 o u a a 'illsljurqli 0 4 9 U 0 iERIES D C W L F A PI Sf. Louii 7 4 3 19 19 S Minnesota 7 3 4 19 19 S St. Louis v.Tn hcsf-of-sevcn fjoartpr. in.ll .1-3. iERIES E G W L F A PT Jew Vcik 110332 Chlcaoo 111730 Firs! game semi- final. LEADERS G A Rotwrlo, SL ASH Fdirbairn. rJY 5 J 9 Esp-isifo, B 457 OJT, 0 5 B 9 Ungcr.'sL 3 J 7 Bcrdeleau, C .3-17 Pappip. C 257 NY 2 5 7 isc, Win 3 0 6 diworlhy, Win 1 i 4 1 .1 k iyr, Win 0 6 6 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY Stanley Cup cnicago 1 p ol .11. loijii Minnesota 1 St. Louis Msl-cf-sevcn final V3 Central 7 Fcrl Worth 1 Tulsa v.ini best-of-seven lira Easforn Char'olf? i Syracuse 1 Charlolte feads 'inn I 3-0 Allan Cup 7 St Bcnifac.e 3 tesf-ol-seven tiec Centennial Cup 4 CMarlolleto'A'n 3 F-irst aao-ie of easrern Western Canada vssn lpmr-n Cnloary Ed r-rin.il .1 I'.vo ga n eask-r I M stern division fccsl- cdidle is weHern Wcrld Hockey f-iiilond 13 V.'eM 3 I fl Swilierldnd 5 !SATURDAY Caldnr CUTI Br.stco 3 Pro-'ldenc-" 1 wins trsf of seven c mil -M Cenlral 3 Cily t Dallas wins besl-ol -.avcn J.3 Wcslcrn Phrenix S Pcrtiflnd 3 nnl 3 1 Denver Irsds ?-0 Allan Cup Uarri J SauiT WnrFc 3 Grand Fans S St. JoMn's 3 Grand Falls v.ini eastern besl-ol- seven semi Final -1-3 Wei'ern Canada 3 Flin F Icr 3 Res1-or-sfv-n semi-linal fied 7-J, two namct lied Irfermedialf five final II Hockey U Sv.Hreriind 1 Ru-j'.ia 7 Wesl Germany 0 BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Prt. C3L A'.crlrcal J 0 I WJ CrrcflQO I 1 I.'UA "York 1 1 -MO 1 Pniiailelphia 1 1 -500 1 St. 0 3 000 3 WEST Siin 3 0 1 PfO 03 2 TODAY'S GAMES I Lcs Angnlc-j Singer (10-17) at Mljn Id Slonc (5 f] N San F-rdntiSC.0 Cur-n'ytJ-IOrd f9-4) a I Roberts (U-17) If SI Loui-- Cleveland H3 12) at Phila. d-lohia Fryman (10-7) N Only names ScheQuieO. iUNDAY RESULTS ian Fr.incisco 030 10 N 303 003 CM- i 1 Me Dowell f 1 0) MtMahon (4) lealy; RoWrts (O-i) Ray fj) Grilfirt (t) Brpniniame (7) and H'all, Slirucn SF- King man Wdlson II) Helms Los Anqelcj 000 000 HO- 1 1 4 OM 101 10 11 1 Doivninq (0-1) Aiiklelson (7) Slrah- r ,inrt Nolan (1 0) Carroll (6) and Bpnch HR: il (U. FIRST rlfl 02FJ Ml 1 11 1 San Diegn IDI CM OCO-- 1 i 1 Reed [1-01 5 and Williams; Arlin Norman Li) Acosta (9) and SECOND Atlanta 060 000 IW- 0 t 1 S.nn Drego 101 HO 3101 COD Schueicr C7) and VJil- Tifli-ns, Casdncvj GrPef [1-0) and [Jar-Ion. r.'onlreal JOO Ml J I 8 SI. Louis GDI GDI 3 11 1 AAtAnnlly, MarMiail O-OJ Slroy- maycr (9) and Humphrry. BcK-cflbclla (01) Shiw 19) fV] anrf Summons. Philadelphia CO) MO 0 0 1 Chicago ceo 100 4 II 0 Sclm.i fO-O Shnrl (S) Urandnrt [7) Revr.c'cii (E) dud McCarver; Hooton (1.0] and Hundley. Pills burgh ico 000 3 J 1 New Ycrh 000 I DO 0 3 I Sldbb fl 01 Miller Hernandez [9) and SanqulllL'n; Genlj-y (D-l) Mai- Pack (7) C. Taylor fv) and CiroK, SATURDAY RESULTS Philadc-lnhia C hic.v 3 1 Nc-.v YcrF: J, Pithl.urnh 0 Lfs Ant-clM, 3. Cincinnati 1 Woilredl 2. 5'. Lcu.s 1 San Dirgo 6. .1 LEAGUE EAST IV L Pel. G6L Brtllirnc-rc 1 0 LOGO Dtlroil 5 0 1.000 i o I y.C 0 1 .100 1 Cleveland 0 i .500 I New Ycrk 0 1 .SCO 1 Ci'f 3 0 1 OM California 1 1 Ti Hmnesc-la 1 1 .500 OrXisnd 1 I .SCO 1 1 .500 ChiLdgn 0 3 .OCO 3 TODAY'S GAfAES Cleveldn-J f3-3) al Boston Gulp [H4) Only icheduletf. SUNDAY RESULTS FIRST Chicago 110 OOfl 1 8 I K.imai Ciry CO) DID lOi 1 S 0 BdhnLcn (Oil Gcisaqe (i) Kealey 4] Romp (71 and fcqan; (1-0) Dal Canlcn (41 and tfdY- SECOND Chicago 01G col 1 11 T KdniAi Clly Ml COT OM 4 B 1 Brflijipv, foil IT) and mann. RcoVrr (f) Atyr- hy (71 Burgrr.crr-r (1 Dl (10) Minn 000 S 1 Onklrnd CCil no 1 t o Cortin (1-C) (5) ffi) Granger (3) and Hun. fo-1 1 (9) and Tc-nace. MR: Texas 2C'0 1G3 5118 1C5 DOC 1 J 2 Brobery (0-11 Lirdblad 19) Pina (9) ar.d Dillinr.j (0-1) MurpHy (4) AiFpn and T-.rtiorg. FIRST New York Baltimore Slc'llernyrp [io 000 1M 0-- 1 13 110 010 3 I inn? I and 1-0) Alexander 17) SATURDAY RESULTS Kansas Cily Clvcago 1 Dslroif 3. BiiSlcn 1 OflMand J, WinnrF-rfl 3 California 1 Texas 0 Derby IV A P Cily 10 7 31 54 2? 11 7 li O 35 33 B 8 43 7? SJ V 7 M IB 53 Tr.irnham 17 17 10 57 39 Division il .1911 4 54 3i i? 1? 17 i M Birmir.rjhim li 1A b H Q-.ccn'i PR 17 13 S 50 ?5 W 15 15 6 tfi Si .IS nivisioN in Villa ja i S 73 30 41 iJrir.hfcn ?J 7 fl )3 tJ 57 f.'oMs C 77 1? (A 3S Si nourr.mn.jlh 70 15 A if. Ji 5S Hctherhjoi 9 S3 Hi DIVISION