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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UIIIBRIDtE HERAID WcclncMliiy, 1972 Gilbert slunc for Bhicsldrts CHICAGO (CD Gilles Vil- Icmure was a whirling, tum- ncrobiit in goal and Hod Gilbert emerged from a scoring eclipse lo connect twice as New York Hangers wliippcd Chicago lllack Ilnwks 5-3 Tuesday night for a '2 0 lead in the best-of- StiuiLcy Cup semi-final series. Tho Hangers, still plagued by physical adversity, nt first ap- peared destined to be skated off the ice by the Black Hawks. But the New York squad, re- sponding to masterly manipula- tion of personnel by manager- coach Einile Francis, gradually established control and scored four limes in the third period to grab Ihe victory. In addition 'to Gilbert, the coming Ranger scorers were Vic Had- fic-lrt, Drad Park and I'clc Stcm- the latter into an empty net wilh nlno seconds left. Den- nis Hull, Slim Mikila. mid I'al Stapleton scored for Cliicago, each lime pulling Ihcir team a goal ahead. "II was a case of old-fash- ioned said Francis. "We Johnson won't predict Bruins set for sweep ON TOP OF THINGS Ted Irvine (27) of New York Rangers hammers away Irying 1o get the puck pas I Chicago Bfack Hawks' goalie Tony Eiposito during semi- final action in Stanley Cup playoffs Tuesday. Irvine didn't scoro bul the Rangers did, enough lo win 5-3 and lake a two-game lead in the besf-of-seven semi-final. BOSTON (CP) "t've Loo long to be a swanii and predict a said Tom Johnson when askciJ whether Boston would by St. Louis Blues in four games lol- Inv.-ing tho Bruins' G-l win Tuesday night in the opening of their Stanley Cup scmi-finnl. "H's n way to start a series, (lie first fiatne is always said the Boston coach. "But we swccji? No Fred Stnnfield was the Bruins1 big shooter will) three poals, pmng six in Na- managers EDMONTON (CPt The general managers of the nine' teams In I he Canadian Fool- ball League are meeting, but they're pretty close-mouthed about what's going on at closed sessions, "Oh, we're discussing the 1973 said Ralph Sazio ol Hamilton ligcr-Cals. Has there been any discus- sion about a possible player strike over demands [or more playoff and Grey dip money? it's been he said off hanrfodly althoufifi in a (one which suggested the subject was one of concern. Sazio said he didn't kno-? If the players would strike "but this is the uge of dissent." Baseball players wouldn't have gone on strike 1G or 15 years ago, but they did this year. "All I know is, it they do on strike no one will be a wie- ner. We'll nil be hurt." He added that unlike base ball's season in which (here arc or four games wasn't difficult, but the financial burden placed on football clubs by n strike wliich cancelled just two games could bo disastrous. Both Sazlo and Rogers Lehew of Calgary Slampeders said scheduling is the major topic. C3 games to bo played in 11 weeks and the travelling involved, scheduling was ill- ways a problem. Sazio said some clubs liked (.0 lie at home nl certain times and fought [or home dates they felt would be advnntngcmis. "Just one bad date could cost us bo it's important that we work on this. lie added that a budget of S8 SIO million there were problems, so CFT, general managers hrul to get together. Ho said that whenever (he general managers together there are trade talks, ''but I don't if anyone makes any at these things." l.ehew said the meeting pave ''168 games or so, we only have him a chance to talk football and not worry about rules and (o catch up three administrative problems. lional Hockey League playoffs. Wallon, Johnny Bucyk and Phil ICsposito [allied the others. Garry U 11 g c r 's power-play jRonl at of the first period Rave St. Louis a short-lived lead. Tho firuin power play, so potent during (he season, was held to two goals against To- ronto .Maple Leafs in the quart- T-final- a total they equalled Tuesday on Sianfield's second score flnrl Esposito's goal. Sianfield's goal, at of ie second period, was coinci- dental with the expiry ot Gary S.ibourin's minor penalty bul was rulcri a power play on the basis the St. Louis player had not stepped back on lo the ice. CHANGED STYI.K Bruin goaltender Ed John ston, who notched his third win wUliouL a Loss in the. playoffs surprised the usually light checking Blues opened up afle they fell behind two goals in the first period. ''They usually check pretlji said the Boston vet ernn. "I guess they figured the> bad to up. Maybe were trying to steal one in our rink." Johnston was shaken up in the second period when Bruin dc- f en com an Bobby Orr upended Vngtr in front flf the Boston fioal. Unj'er came down on the goaltcnder's right, leg. "ft felt as if it said Jolmston. pointing to his hip. ".Just like a cramp. But it's OK." Referee Bill Friday had his bands full throughout the chippy and sometimes loosely-played ;ame in which three game mis- series here Thursday night onducls were assessed. The first was to Bruin de- cnceman Don for being liird nua inlo a scuffle between cam-mate Carol Vannals and Curt HcnnclL, a strapping St. xmis rookie. Blues' Barclay Plager and )anny O'Shca were the oilier ilaycrs ejecled by Friday. Pla- ;cr argued to no avail over VShea's banishment afler Fri- lay fingered him for leaving the icncti during a third-period ight between Bennett and Ken lodge. The penalty carries wilh it an automatic suspension from the next game in the BOSTON A ST. LOUIS 1 First Period _. 1. St. Louis, i [SI. Marseille) 3 Bcaica, Sian Held J (IHicyk) J'37; 3. Wal- ton 2 (Awrey) 4. Dcilcn. Ducyk 3 SmilM Espriilo D. O Shea Otiraw- ski Duponl, Hodge Me Ken- lie Second PericJ 3. Boslon, S1fln- field, 5 (Uucyk, McKonzia) 6. ft (OucyX. Orrl Penalties inor, ajcr Becme ajor A'.roy game mlsc ith Sabourln ThiJil Pi'-riod 7. Bcilon, Esooslfc 5 iMcKenrie, Slanlfefd) Penal Mrs O. O'Snc.n Cvars, Me Ken- lie EpnTipit ma jor, Darclay Plaqer game mlsconducl O O'Shea double minor, qana mil conduct, Hodge niajor Shots art gcal by SI. Louis 9 II i-N BEilon H 17 4 AAHA threatens to break ties EDMONTON (CP) The Al- bprta Amateur Hockey Associa- tion has threatened to withdraw from the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association unless the national body is restructured. George Harvie of Edmonton, president, told an athletic club meeting Tuesday night (hat the general mennhership of the pro- vincial organization has voted In [avor o[ withdrawing from the CAHA unless sleps toward restructuring are taken. "The Alberta Amateur Hoc- key Association will present no- Ures ol motion to completely restructure the CAHA at its an- nual meeting in Harvie said, Just Arrived! 3 Cars High Performance Distinctive Styling And LOW PRICES! Grand VMIr, No. 3507 The lack of qual- Bronzc smooth ride on o 127" wheel- base loaded wilh op- linol equ iorr.fi nt '.or Hriv- tianal equipmcnl for driv- Save S 1 -'.00 on this unit, during this special offerl JOHN BROOKS John ii o member of line Ma- sonic Lodge, tha Legion and the Aiscclaled Com mere lo I TrovRtters. He spenl 13 years an independent buiineu- rron in Lelhbridge. He hai won his Grand Mailer Sales- man Award for I ho past 2 yean. He and his wife Jaan hove 4 children, 2 morried ana" 2 homy, Home 327-7333. Grand Pri of luxury in a, fufly with delu Mock No. proBiivG blend id sporty iryl- orlirns such 01 truiic control, rally wheek, iFh wheel n d many others. Rich buj-nish- copper with while vinyl roof. G.T.O. Slocir No. 0X32 Great and high striking Sundance Orange rally stripes ncrform- 400 4 bbl. 4 snecd on Iho floor Ralfy II power equipment, butVcJ ieo1s and much moj-e. JULIUS IENGYEL Julius is n life lima resident of Lelhbf idge, rnorried ihfc-G children. He is a sports en thus ia it and a mernber of the Lnbor Club, A used car manager, ha has been in tJio ou'cmobtle busi- ness for 30 yea'i, and in the sales {or 14 years, Home Phone 327-8968 ChecV with JOHN cars in sloik at and JUUU5 on tho Price; on Pheic fmo or any of (ha DOWNTOWN 4th Avenue S. 32 CAR SHOWROOM PHONE OPEN DAILY Till 9 P.M. Sclnnaiilz will be at Milk River Chairman Bob Balog of the Milk River Elks Sportsman's Jinner announced today that Ihe head table for the I2lh an- nual dinner has been complet- Bobby Schmautz of the Van- couver Canucks will be on land when dinner is served this Saturday evening. Schinaufz completes the hear table which features Vic Etasi' uk, coach of the California Gold en SenLs, Monsignor Athol Mur- ray ol Notre Dame College Wilcox, Saskatchewan, former professional boxer Ci o r ct o n Pouliot, Canoda's all arourx champion cowboy Tom Sews and master ol ceremonies Pa1 Sullivan. Expansion gave Schmautz his big break. Canucks picket up the tho hustling left winger from Buffalo of the Americar Hockey League and his .style o play was an immediate trcai for the Vancouver fans. Schmaulz had his luygcsi year in the NHL this pasl sea son scoring 16 goals. Tickets for the dinner, set a SG, can he purchased at Dung's or the LeLhbriilge Elks Club o from anv member of the Milk River Elks Club. He said he will submit a pro Qsal at the CAHA's an mecVine in RainL John, 22-28 which will solve Hi iroblem of (he domination he CAHA by the Major Junio ios and return control t he people who should benet: most from the CAHA program The AAHA will call for vice resident representation on Ih executive from council representing four hockey cate Dories minor, junior, inte mediate and senior and collcgi The vice presidents woul have voting control over CAH programs. Harvie also called for Immi diate termination of an agree mcnt between the CAHA an Ihe National Hockey League. The NHL, in an agrecmcn which ends in June, gives II CAHA and its branches aboi a year in administn lion money. In addition, the NHL condnc draft and pays draft mono h i c h is distributed by Ih CAHA Lo the junior and mini clubs that helped develop tl player. Harvie suggested Ihe NHL ministration and draft monc be replaced by a pa mcnt for each Canadian bale Kolfc. Kd Giacomin was rested be- ausc of a tvustcd kuce suffered untiay and Villemure got his rst chance In this year's play- ffs. "AIHnAIRN ILL Bill Fairliairn, %vho has live oals nml four assists in the layoffs, player! only in (he first eriod. He was sick all Monday ipht wlh a stomach upset at- ributcd to food poisoning. Eon tcwart rcinjured his bandaged ibs and had tn be rested in the liird period. TUe Black Hawks dominated he first 12 minutes and opened he scoring at when Villc- niire juried Dennis Hull's .rive from near (he blue lino. -huUield evened the count at with his fifth tfoal of the >layoff5. Ihe only of (lie Eccund jcriod came at wilh the cams at full strength when .likita swept in close to score his second goal of the playoffs. A third-period power-play jy Gilbert from the faceolf spot Hie lefl of Chicago goalie Tony Esposito Rave the Rangers a lie again. Wilh New York's Phil Goyctle off for hooking, Slapleton put Chicago ahead again al on a slapshot from (he blue line. Again New "York fought back 0 tie, Park taking a passout from Bobby Rousseau to send n blueline blast into the corner of (he net. Play began opening up with 10 minutes to go, and Gilbert hit Iho ice on a line change and went straight in on his wrong wing lo hent Esposito. After Esposilo was puller! with a minute to go, Slemkow- ski found the open net at after the puck was passed to him by Rolfe. NEYf YORK i CHICAGO 3 l-ir-f Perirxl V Chicago, D. Hull 3 (Marlin) 1. Ne.v York, Had- 5 (Ste.'.drt, SPillnrjl PEA. allies Carr Doak Kcrab ipcond Pf-ricd 3. Chicaqo, W.ikltn (AAakl, R Hull) Penalties CBrr, Koroll T.51, Korab mis- nduct R. Hull, Irvlnp TkaciuV; t.'.a- I Campbell TfiJrd Period 4 Yc'k, Oil- 1 fVlidllr-ld, Ro'-rrrflu) :S-i; 5 Chicago, Sfapiclon 1 (Bordeleau, lal t Hew Ycrk, I (Rous- sratf, Carr) 7 York, Gil turf 2 (HddFicld, TkatiuO 12-36; 6. 1 few 2 [Rolfc) Goyolle Oc-ak, Shols en gcal Hev. York i 11 Chicago .....U 1 P-3J TfiN QUARTEHnACK CALGAUY (CP) Qiiarlcr- Joc Spagnola, former slandoul with University of Ar- State, today was signed py t'alnary Slampeders of Hie Western Football Conference. Siiagnola, six toot one and 105 pounds, was cut after n Iry- oul last year with Pittsburgh Sleeleis of the National Foot- ball L c a g ll c and directed a semi pro team in Arizona. HICKOK WliVNKR NEW YORK (AD Bobby Orr of Boston Bruins is Ihe March winner in the contest for Ihe Ilickok diamond belt, sym- bolizing Ihe professional athlete of the year. The brilliant National Hockey League defonceman received 23 lirsl-ptace voles and points from a panel of sports writers and broadcasters. He beat out Terry of I.os Angeles La- kers basketball learn, wilh CD points; John Havlicok of Hoston Celtics basketball team, SB, and Jack Nk-klaus, golfer, 41, in that order. DISPUTE SETTLKD WINNIPEG (CP) A labor dispute affecting construction of a seat addition to Winni- peg Stadium, home of (he Win- nipeg Blue Hombers of Iho Western Football Conference, has been settled, Winnipeg law- yer Steward Marlin said lo day. Ironworkers started picketing the project lasl week, contend- ing that concrclc reintorcing- rod work on ttie slruclurcs should bo done by them and not by laborers hired by Tri- dent Construction Ltd. ELRICH TSRE PHYOFF STANDINGS SCORING LEADERS a SI. O.T'.in. Urrdeleaf, C..... McKenzie, U >IOCKEY SCORES Nalioi tic-fj Ycrk A PI 5, J I 0 A PI 1 3 4 D sr. Lcuii on MD s a a Philadelphia 030 003 4 10 0 Spirits Clariir.ger (4) Grzcndd (7> [31 and Simmons; ron (10) Shrrl (9) n] Bnd HR. Pha-LulinEkl AlFantd J Oil 030 CCPO- I 4 1 Join (1-0) prrM.rr (g) and Cannir- raro; tC-U Sch'jclrr Ce) antf v.'iiiiixr.t lA--Cannluiro (11. AMERICAN LGATUH VI Pel. 1 C--0 .t'.7 G3L bcsf-cl-sevEn serr FANS AUK UPSKT CALGARY (CP) Some funs arc unlmppy wilh Calgary Centcnninl.s, clcspilc iKcir suc- cess lo (Into in [he Western Canada Ilnckcy League play- offs. The reason: the Centennials have scheduled two home panics for Medicine Knl (heir semi-final series against lidmonlon Oil Kings because [cc time Is unavailable at the Stampede Corral. i FIGURED OUT A WAV F' T' GET A REASOrJABLE SORRY I'M A BIT LATE PET, I'VE KAVIN' A NATTER WITH THE BOSS ABOUT ME ACNEV mere 7 Cincim Eairern yracuse 2 bcil c rn Canada Jui of test of _ Alisnla TODAY'S GAMES York SfMve to-o) P; nkins .331 ,333 .110 .333 .700 (QO) H Sf, Louis Git (1-0) N (1-0) rl el Piltiburgh [00} at PMIadel- Sullon (1-0) at Atlanta Niek.ro (01) tl Houslon Rcnss (0-0) at Cincinnati itlinnhan (0-D fJ San Francisco r.'.arTchal (1-0) flt Siii Diogo Kirby tl-0] tl TUESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 103 000 i I Oil WO 020- 4 11 Papras (TO) (S) McGinn (t anrl Huntllty; Mocso (0-1) (B] Chi-V.'iHiarn- ft) CflrcJenal (11. York 110 001 J 7 Ircdl 30) 010 llx- 7 t I Msman (0-1) Taylor Capra (4; Sadccki (B) VcGraw IB) ancf Grole. ('a (1-0) 16) and Bac- ilon MO 401 I 11 1 200 t 10 (1-0) GiartdJrg (8) and Ed- ds; Gullef (0-11 Borbfyn (7> Spraiue (fi and Be URs: C) Radtfr San Francisco OCO 703 OW S 41 Dfrpu HO 600 I nfhers [T-Ot JMinion (St anl Mr (0 M Crr-t-ini fit) narlco. MRi: SF- -Bor.di Chic .333 TODAY'S GAWES ISBS City Rcokcr fOO) B! Hollur ilcr fO-DJ TN "iyleven (00) el Califw Jirvrf Dragg (0-0) and Slei (1-Dl il Lr1 (ODt illh N ;vse (0 0) al Chicago r'ich fll Hretl (00) at New liii (0 G) Clcvc-r.ind PErry (G 1) nl I to-i) TUESDAY'S RESULTS "levcland D'O COT 000- 3 o-io ooo 4 Tldrrw CclcFrl Lan York" oilon (1 D) Tdl (7) ilwackee COO 010 W9-- 0 3 0 ew York Cri loa 291 Slatcn 1C 1) Sf-ch'-n'-n (6) Llnry 7) Sardcrs (B> and Porler; Kline 1 m .ind clrciJ 030 010 S 11 4 allimore ril 010 roleman H-O] Scherman (8) and Palmer (O-l) Lernhacd (41 (S) nnd Hpntfricks, HRs: Det Cash Dufo GMo'e (S) Shal Wcrtd (1- HR; Chi rd (1) (1-D) 000 0 S I 5CJC JiO 14 15 1 (0 1) U', Paul .-.ck (t) and Billing; Herrmann, Egan Kansas CilY IM 700 T Oalrrand Olo 100 3 1 Hediunrf (0-11 Ifp'scn (B) and Way; (1 01 Kno-AJcs (ft) fe) ird Duncan. 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