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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TW HBALD Bruins Dump Black In Opening Game Tony Had His Fill Of His Brother By BRUCE LEVETT fauettaai EaWav CHICAGO (CP> -Phil Es- wit the hero ud bis kid brother Tony was the victim of the heroics Sunday u Boston Bruin took the home-ice advan- tage away from Chicago Black Hawks. The Bruins defeated Chicago M in the first game of their best-of-seven, EasinriHi Stanley Cup hockey final. The second game goes here Tuesday night, then the tenet switches to Boston for two games. Esnosito scored three el the Bruias' six shots that eluded brtther Tony. The first was a backhander and PhU said "I could hive passed off, but the ice was bad." "I don't lerroriM anybody with my with my forehand for that matter." Season Rough On Officials WHAT HIT HIM? HIS BROTHEI Chicago Back HawW goalie Tony E.pwito, right, appeors bewildered' after Boston Bruins .cored against him for first time in first period of Eastern playoff, in Stanley .Cup Tony'. 'M Boston, scored the goal. Racing slide i> John Bucyk (9) of Boston. Other Block Hawks are Doug Mohns (11) and Bill .____________________' Angels Misjudged Spriggs Outfielder No Friend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS California Angels, figured they had found a good friend -in the Kansas City outfield Sunday, but then discovered charity ends at home for George Spriggs. California and Kansas City were locked in a 1-1 standoff when Spriggs, the Royals' right fieWcr, lost Chko Ruiz' llth inning fly ball In the sun. It feU for a double, and when Joe Azcue followed mlh a to right Ruiz confidently sprinted homeward with .the apparent winning run. But Spriggs nailed him at the plate with a perfect throw, kill- ing the threat, "and then contrib- uted a key bunt single as Kan-, sas City scored three runs in the 13th for a 4-1 victory over the Angels. In other American I-eague ac- tion, New York Yankees divided a doubleheader with Baltimore Orioles, winning the nightcap 8- TORONTO To .Scoity Morrison the National Hockey League's regular seaaon just ended has been as hard on the game's officials as on the play- re. Morrison, the NKL's referee; in-chief, recalls thai the season opened with a walkout by offi- cials seeking for Eight months later U ended with a stretch drive as tense as any in league history. In between, officials endured periodic violence which led NHL president Clarence Campbell to impose fines aa! suspensions for assaults on linesmen.' Morrison, who appoints offi- cials for the American and Central Leagues as as for the NHL, said in an inter- view: "From 17 until the last night of the schedule (April 5) every game was like a playoff." TWO SIDELINED As the season ended referee Art Skov was out of action with and Bin Pridcy. But they had time off during the regular an- on." Morrison sarys the Veatjoe trying to find another wary for officials to respond to opposes the way Unesmen roust charge into brawls as peace- makers. "We're trying lo come _, with another. sotafion. Mayor the linemen should jost stand back and let them punch them serves out "The linesmen do a pretty fair job, on most occasions, but there are games when it be comes a Espoulo scored both goals t send Boston into the second pe- nod leading. 2-0. Wbei the Brains came out of that period, they were ahead 4-2 and Espos- to had a triple, bis second of le playoffs. The other Bosta goals came Johaay Bucyk, John Mc- enzie and Ken Hodge. Dennis -Hull, Jim Pippin and tan MitiU scored for Chicago. ITBYPCCK PhU EsposHo said be was concerned about when he saw Tony felled by a puck bred by Hodge. The foatte was patched up and coatinued in the ame. "I don't hie to see anybody get hurt, especially my PhD said. Tony said he was "stunned or a but didn't blame the 'GnHnriod mjury or his poor play. "1 was just Tony said. For the rookie goalie, winner -SPOltTS ELRICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LI4WN si. Louh CMcago PltHtirgr. In, Yoric W L .7 J .m 5 after a 4-3 setback, and Min- nesota Twins downed Oakland Athletics 6-3. Bad weather in the midwest farced postpone- ment of the Chicago-MUwaukee and Washington-Cleveland twin bills and the Boston-Detroit game. Saturday, Cleveland downed Locals Win Four Titles Diving Club did extremely well at the club's annual open diving meet Saturday. Lethbridge divers took four championships the meet which was held at the Civic Centre. Madeline Wray look the wo- men's open title as she gar- nered a total of 245.06 points. Members of the Lethbridge Second was Bfenda Bower oi Calgary who had a total of 199.80 points. Arvin Burns was the men's open 'champion while Barbara Howe was tops in the girls' 12 and under class. The club's other championship came in the boys' 15 and over class as Greg Anderson woo be crown. Brian Rowat of Cal- jary was second white Brent :ann of Lethbridge finished in third spot. Chris Van Reenan of Calgary was the champion to the girt' IS and over division while Denise Dawson of Calgary won on the girls' 13 and 14 clasia. Washington 94, Baltimore nipped New York Detroit thumped Boston 5-1, Chicago de- feated Milwaukee 8-5, Minne- sota wHpped Oakland 11-5 and California walloped Kansas City 7-1. BATSMAN HIT The Royals broke the ertra-m- riir.g deadlock at California Sun- day on a passed ball by catcher Azcue in the 13th after a.walk, a hit batsman and Spriggs' safe bunt filled the bases with none out. Amos Otis' double and Bob Oliver's single delivered two in- surance runs. Angels shortstop Jim Fregosi, whose run-scoring single in the eighth gave the Angels a 1-0 edge, committed a throwing rror in the ninth, allowing cracked ribs and Vern Buffey was in hospital with chest painc. But, Morrison notes, only three men were forced to miss assign- ments in games across the continent. This was despite a slowdown by United States air traffic con- trollers that forced officials to drive, take private planes or ride buses st times. "We try not to work a roan more than three games a says Morrison. emergency- situation, created by Sfcov's broken ribs and BuBtJy's illness, forced a heavy burden on John Ashley First Place For Hunt Five members of the Letb- bridge Lions- Amateur Swim Club look ribbons at the AlbeiU- B.C. trials which were held in Edmonton on the weekend. Susan Hunt was the only local to take a first place riboon as she won the 200-metre indiv- idual medley in the girls' 13 and 14 age group. She also came up with a third-place finish in the 100-metre freestyle in the open class. Gary Scovill placed third on the rnens' open 100-metre free- style while Lome Kern met, in the same division, was third in the 200-metre butterfly and fifth in the 100-metre butterfly. Tim Emerson, competing in the boys' 11 and 12 class, came in third in the 100-metre free style, fourth In the backstroke and sixth in the 200-metre individual medley. Rob Emerson earned a third- place finish in the 50-mttre but- terfly in the boys' 10 and under class. Jones Wins In Vancouver VANCOUVER (CP) Kenny McLean of. Okanagan Falls B.C., defending all anwnd champion, retained his title ttu weekend at the Pacific Indoor Rodeo, by earring .JJ426.46 in riding and ca McLean woo'the latter went by tying two calves in 32.3 sec onrk. He alto entered the steer wrestling competition, but failed o win any money iriggs to score the tying run ram second base. Horace Clarke ripped five of New York's 17 hits in the nigntr ap at Baltimore and the Yanks withstood ninth-inning homers ry Andy EtcnebHren and Chico Salmon. Pete Ward's two-run riple was the Yanks' only extra >ase hit. Mike Cuellar pitched a four- hitter in Ihe first game and )ave Johnson drove in three Baltimore runs with a homer Orillia Takes East Puck Title VICTORIAVILLE, Que, (CP1 Orillia Terriers edged Victo- riaville Tigers 5-4 Sunday lo win their Eastern Can- ada Allan Cup hockey final 4-2. Corby Adams netted ths win ner for Orillia at 11 :M of the third period after two goals each from team-males Peter Speyer and Gary Mllroy. England Held To Tie LONDON (CP) England1 defending champion World Cup team ventured into Wales for the start of the British soccer championship Saturday and were held to a 1-1 tie. The English team, only two weeks away from a South American tour prior to the orld Cup competition, pro- uced a dull and disappointing splay. U was only saved from ts first international defeat in Wales in 15 years when Frands Lee scored UK tying goal 19 minutes from the finish. Dick Krzywicki scored for Wales five minutes before half time Canucks Advance By The Canadiaa Press Vancouver Canucks will be out to cap their best and final season in the Western Hockey League as they square ofl against Portland Buckaroos in the opening game of the best- of-seven Lester Patrick Cup fi- nal Wednesday in Vancouver. The powertwuse Canucks set scores of records, during the regular season when they won the WHL title. They enter the National Hockey League next season after '22 yean of minor league play. Second game oi the aeries will be played in Portland Fri- day with the third there Sun- day. The two teams return to ror uie swrc, cf the Veana Trophy and holder of the modern shutout record at 15, H was Ms worst peppering since Minnesota North Stars, got to him for eight goals during a regular-season game. Chicago coach BjDy Reay had his own theory about Ms team s loose, unco-ordinated play. "We woe like the referee and weren't very Reay said around here for a week and everyone was telling them bow great they were.and that's just how they piayed- thinking they were great Bos- ton is a great hockey dub. We must haw had eight sboU in the Cist period before they got one. But their's went in.and that's what Phil Esposito-said after the game it didn't matter who he was shooting against "when there's money riding on it. LOBS PUCK. He'saW his first goal went in off his brother, the second was along the time 1 get a from Bobby Orr I shoot _and on the third goal "Tony Montreal Cincinnati t 3 .w i .545 I .333 .HI San Frantrjw Los Angeln Atlanta 7 joa 7 .417 s Jli 7 .411. 4Vl I JB t TODAY'S CAMS Houston M at Pllk 14 N Marrtrt n at Atlanta atoa "onl, wmei BurfaK> 3 Ouebec 1 Buffalo bel- final 4-2 SprlngrMd I 1 Btsl-af-senn quartar-finaai Mad WESTttM Vancouver S SKI Dfego 1 final 4-1 Portland 3 Seattle 1 Portland final 4-1 AMERICAN IEAGUC Detroit Baltimore Boston WUnlngleir.: Ycrtt Cirnlxd SU (WAY'S MJULTi ccl Simpson IM> and impson I Ulrfomli Ch rl and Mailer i ICaster 13) NleJauer (5) lltman. HR: UA smtarMVl-n uro: GrWIn (1-1) tut jot Yi JH 1 M nt Cox Ml cat eM 1-: 7 I nn. Ryan: Kposman (M) R. Taylor (10) NY KimoCny Oakland Oiktgo Mlltral.'kM TODAY'S Baltlnwi pi I IMC M Mai Culp M Sribemttr it CiDfor- r.H Wjy 14 N Kansn CBy "lirHir Domo J.l N Only games tchedutad. SUNDAY1 RESULTS MIMCSMI IB M t OWland m IM t J. Pirry IM) PcrranosU Id and JWt- ttrwa'd: Cobsan Roland li> Llnd> 17) Gcar.t (S) and Duncan. HRSi: Allnn Mitt H) jKkun came out, he always does, and he expected me .to shoot hard, but I lobbed it over his. shoul- Boston coach Harry Sinden was elated that his dub got the opening-game jump on the "We hoped to get through the tint period no more than a goal Short 11-51 B. Wlacfi (SI Hoerner (8) and McCarver; (1-1) R. Taylor and Grote. HRs: pnil Money NV Clendenon "Montreal at Chicago, pod., w grounds. ._ St. Loub at Pittsburgh, ppd, rain. SATURDAY Philadelphia a 7 Montreal 1 Chlcabo I SI. Louis a Plmburjti 1 Los AngeKi 5 Atlanta I. til F ranches li Cincinnati San Diego 3 Houston 4 LiAOUai UADIM Draoo, Rockrr (14) (10) and E. Rod- rhi.tr. Vcsscrsmllh, Dork Tltun Fisher. (ID) Cuam (0-1) {111 Wort [13) and Egan. NawSYark til IN 1 4 t SaltliMra M IB I 1 Birtoch (M) McDante (I) and Mun- son; Ouellar (M) and Hanrkka. HKl Batt Johnson (21. behind and hoping for and a single. Brant AJyea delivered four runs for the Twins at Oakland with a double and his fourth wmer. Jim Perry checked the Athletics on six tits on the way to his third victory without a loss. Reggie Jackson homered for the losers. About 100 cowboys split V over in prize money and jitrance fees in the three per- ormance rodeo, which attract- ed more than fans. Other winners arter the final how Sunday Clyde Long- eUow of Leriston, Idaho, sad- dle bronc riding; Malcolm Jones of Lethbridge, bare back riding; Chuck Boatright of Lake, Wash., steer wres- tling; Doug Brown of Silverton, Ore., bull riding; and Sammy Tins-man of Fallon, Nov. in the Barrel race, Mass Practises Open Wednesday Mass practises and regis- tration for the Lakeside Little League will be held Wednes- day, Thursday and Friday a Ihis week at Lskeview School Vancouver for the fourth game April 29. Remaining games'are scheduled for May S in.Vancou- vef, May 5 in Portland and May 8 hi Vancouver, if needed. Both the Canucks and the Bucks used scoring bursts: to propel them into the final Sat- urday night aa they won their b e s t-of-seven semi-final series In San Diego, the Canucks tal Bed three goals in a two-min- ute span in the second period to dump the GuDs 5-3 before 13, rrTltllBl ouu a tie! Then'we jump in front by two goals. When you can kin rff a couple of penalties early m the game like we did, it gives you a big lift." 'Two of Boston's goab came on the power play; Chicago got the Bruins were 276 fans. The Buckaroos fired three Theae practises are open t any boys 8-12 years of age who live on the south of cen- tre line of Mh Ave. S. All boys north of .centre line Norcrest Little League wil register at Senator Buchanan School. Senior Little League, for boys 13, 14 and 15 years of age will open their workouts the same three days at Allan Watson, beginning at 6 p.m. ---_--------- 1WVC1U Of the England players, only ggtfjj tlra. Bobby Moore, Peters ind Emlyn Hughes played up to heir usual performances. Cap- tain Terry Hennessey was a tandout for Wales. In the other international dash, Scotland best Northern reland 1-0 in Belfast on a goal in the 58th minute by John O'Hsre. Irish winger George test was ejected hi the 64th minute for spitting and throwing mud at the referee. In English League play Chel- sea clinched third place in the First Division by beating Liver- pool 2-1. Peter Osgood scored both Chebes goals, including the winner in the 70th minute, to bring his total for the season to 30. This tied him with Jeff Astle of West Bronvwicli Albion as the league's lop marksmen, Liverpool's goal was scored by Bobby Graham. goals within eight minutes in the third period to beat the pesky Totems S-t before pirti. On. H m. n u M li U 23 SF..... Cardenal, Sit Pgn Runs Henderaen, San Francisco, 17; Bonds, San Frandso, U Runs Baited In Cincinnati, II; Aaron, Atlanta, _ derson, 31. Clnclmml, 'DoubitJ Gtitori. Sin ana, Hm- dtnoi, i; Atl.nt., Menk. Dktl, Frih- short-handed. Boston was fresh ita six-game war with New York Rangers in the eastern semi-fi- nal. Chicago appeared disorgan- ized after the week-long layoff which resulted after they de- feated. Detroit Red Wings in four consecutive games. Derek Sanderson, target of the capacity crowd most of the night, said later; "I don't know how many face-offs I got" LOST COUNT "I counted IB in the first pe- riod and then quit you win every face-off, you re going to win the game because you are in control of the puck Houston, Sallagher Cisco, 5. Doyle, -Ptiiladelptila, san, Houston, 3. Home Runs Perez, Aaron, Colbert, San Diego, 5, stolen tunes Cardenal, St. Louis Wynn, Houston, 5; Worsen, Houston and Bonds, San Franchco, 4. Pitching Simpson, ChKhwal DIerker, Houston, M, 1.000, Holtinun Chicago, Merritt, Cincinnati, Jarvis nta, Foster, Lea. Angeles, Sutlon, rncMahon, San Francisco, M. .447. Strikeouts rloitzmafi, CMcago, Simpson, Crncmnatl, Perry, San Fran- cisco, 30; Seavtr, New York, II. HOCKIY KORH JUNOAY Boston J CMcaoo bHI-cfteven teml-fl- nal letflmera M to-> II I Ktekowskl, verbank 11-01 HI An- er 17) and Glbfcs: Hardhl [HI II Leor.hard RiOiart (7) Hall 191 nd Etchebarren. HRs: Bait Etcho- barren [11 Salmond Chicago at Milwaukee, ppd., rain Boston at Detroit, ppd., rah. Washington at Cleveland, ppd., rata SATURDAY II Oakland S Kansas city 1 California 7 Chicago I Milwaukee 5 Bcrfon 1 Delrclt S Washington 4 Cleveland New York 4 Baltimore 5 LEAC1W LEADCM. AB HoviarT'M'l 43 Melton, CM..... 37 D. Johnson. Bal 37 Monday, Oak 1 N Pet. II 11 15 IS .aa 17 .an But was the brotlier-a- na 1 St. louk St. Lovli kada bnt-rf.sevari teml-ll- Henhey 4 Springfield 5 'foals by Marc Resume, Gerry Goyer and Murray Han qnickry erssed the M lead the Gulls held after the first period.. Duke Harris it 5-2 five minutes after Hall's marker and Johnny MacMiDan cut the Gulls' deficit to M before the session ended. George Gartner. made 12 saves to blank the losers in the scoreless third period. Len Ronson and Willie w e r the Gun goat-fetters In Ihe first period whik Hall got his first goal of the game. In Seattle, all the scoring was confined to the third period u Chuck Holmes set ftogp for the Portland outburst by giving the Totems a 1-0 lead at Four minutes later, Art Jones, who captured the WHL's scoring race, evened the count OLYMPICS LEAD POWELL RIVER, B.C. (CP) D'Or Olympics Sunday rapped Powell River Regals 3-2 lo take a 2-1 lead in their best- of-five Canadian hockey final. gainst-brothef el e m e n t that caught the imagination of the capacity house. Not since, Ken and Terry Reardon met in the 1946 Stanley Cup series had brothers faced each other in playoff action. The last time a goalie was in- volved in a Stanley Cup brother act was in 1929 when Ttay Thompson guarded the Boston net against brother Paul, a for- ward with New York Rangers. Sunday's action gave Esposito nine goals and four for 13 points to lead the eastern Stanley Cup scorers. Team- male Bobby On has 12 points on seven goats and five assists. Bobby Hull is top man for Chicago with U points on three Orlllla 3 Vtctorlavllle 4 Orlllla wins best-ot seven fhal Kmarlal laat Montreal wtm baat-af rar-llnal 4-1 fort then set up Mel Pearson for the winner. Norm 'Johnson got the final goail of the game at goals and eight ssskte. Geny Cheevers went the f-aaven Laafaa IM Runs Fregosi, California, 111 R. Srnlfti, Boator, 11. Runs Batted In Atrea, Minnesota, It; Voss, Calilorr.la, Walton, Mitwau- "'ils HovW, Milwaukee, IB; Alomar, Cslilorria, Monday, Oakland I Clarke, New York, Oakland, S! tied with 4. Triples-- A.-Hodrkjuei, CalPfomla, Van, Cilltarnli; Jl R. Oliver, Kanua CHy, 17 tied I. Kcxe Runs and Walton, Mltaa-Aee, 4; Epstein, Washington, Wlnch-r, oikland, 3. SWen Bases taltlnwra, Yastnemlkl, Boston, Alomar, CalKor. P. Kelly, Kansas City, Harper, Milwaukee, i. PSIcMrw J. Perry, MtnneMhl, S4, l.OW.'Lolicti, Oatrofl, t-1. StrikMuts Lcihh. Detroit, JIj Me. Dcmell, Clevela-xt, Messeninlth, lornta. 50. BlSKfTtALL KtiULTS SUNDAY KtA New York 117 VIlwaukH Mew Yrck Kadi eastern IM M. Carolina Indiana 10) Indiana, reajois avsfarn wmltrnll 20 Kentucky 111 Hew YerX 111 Best-cf-seven eastern teml-flnal neal Denver IM Washington Mml-flnal 51 ANDY CAPP JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHMIDGf For Estimotet Fhtvit JACK FUIUK 328-2515 route in goal for Boston, han- dling 35 shots lo the 30 attempts on Tony Esposito. Phil Espotito's Wpfe was his second of the playoffs so far. secoro piaywna aw The last player lo get two in witlal AUC itxow Goalies Jim McLeod of Port- playoff was Norm UUman with land and ROM Gllkm of Seattle Detroit in 1964. Esposito's were brilHajit. McLeod stopped career triples ties him for sec- ond In' playoff action with im- man and Bernie Geoffrion of Montreal Can Only Maurice Richard, with aeven, has more. IOSTON CHICAAO i FIRST Perlod-l. Bolton, P. Esposlls 7 (Hadje, D. Srnllhl t. Boston, f. Eiiwsils I lilaiwiif, Orr) Ptnaltin 0. Smitl Jarretl Second Boston, Bucyk 1 CUcsoo, D. Hull 3 (Koroll, S soilon, P. Etporfo (Orr, Bucykl i. Chftago, Ttff'n 1 (Hull, Mlrlln) Pmaltln D, Smllh, Siimyr R; smith TUrd F-eriod-7. Boston, McXmril J (Bucykl I. Boston, Kodoa 5 (Sa-4- erson, carltonl Chicago, Mntlta