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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE HERALD SPORTS 'SATURDAY, APRIL 19461 STAMPEDERS WHIP TIGERS 6-2 IN ALLAN CUP OPENER OUT with LOROXEK FENWICK Second Battle In LIMB! Calgary Tonight C.P.R. Bowling Champions House At First Tilt I a; Leaf hale cesiitiess junior hockey Jans nang- "tie rafters as iloa- Tonighi's gams Careens shjxiid tie rafters as archs frcm sfflsrting slier rao sults, try to ue series two games apace. to fans, who so lar g Toron- ALGARY, April cream of Canada's5 senior hockey crop, Hamilton Tigers and Calgary Stampeders arrhed early today from Regina for their second game ic ihe best-of-seven Allan cup final series. As far as playing surface was concerned it was a from the ing Into the lire for the the westerners in. the opener at Regina On the other hand Stampeders arp as! -_____........-e arenas in Edmonton and Saskatoon---- where other games are they are with those Si: here and All four cities had teams in' the j western Canada senior league. i lan Cup, lias a; the arna _ they were making no boasts, the eastern Canary the beeftrasts win be Canada champions obviously regarded Thursday night's acsiing garne ;n Regina as so much water over the dam. There wasn't much doubt about the first game after the ea--h- minutes. It was onlv 20 seconds old when Joe Childrs for the first; than the the' As usual Si a. Jfemorisl Cu? j shed back for a time, practically a stone wall and COTE TO TCRN PKO BOSTON. April Win. as most of the experts exoect hUK to do. or lose, winch he is certain he will r.ot do. SiJiSe Gerry Cote of St. Hyacjntne, Qae_ one of the nios: colorful figures in 1MB turn profes- sions! after today's 50th annnersarj Boston A-A. siara'fcsn from Kop- so this city's finish Une. Co'e the scsrs- thcn :a 1940-43-44L Edmonton Boxers To Fore, Cardston Tonight for the fcesiera title. Sec- ond game be played here tonight and third, if necessary, Monday night. But there were of the 2300 fans who saw the game willing to wager the series would go the limit. The Pacific coast team, conquerors of the Alberta champions. Raymond Union Jacks, and the Saskatchewan fatleholders. Saskatoon Toilers, fay comfortable margins, looked strong enoueh to add the Manitoba team to their vjcnras in two straight. The Andies gave them a tougher battle than had either the Alberta cr Saskatchewan teams. Dominoss of luckless shoot- only a 11-10 lead at the first quarter and 27-23 margin ar the half. But basket by basket they dreir ahead to hold a 45-33 edge at the three-Quarter mark and then beat off a determined Andies' rally drew the Saints to nine points of the leaders. Once they regained command of the situation, Fruetts Studio .....1087 S92 1007 Pyramid ilotors___ 887 915 983 "Kropf 245, Blacker 381. Fruett 275, Arnold 243. Boddie 246. Pitlsrz 200. Grocerv 1021 982 105O Hook Signs 988 1017 1142 Pis 26i, Puling Nemes 225. Lewis 271. Neilson 210, Hame 270, XfcDougali 225. 20ks.......... 811 1037 830 Ben- Chevrolet ___ 631 8S5 Je'nkins 210. Soady 235, StewarE 296. Hun- 253. Green 232. 3. Sin- clair 215 Reillv 271, M. Dean 268. Bankers 913 8841043 EanlancJ 207, Kelly 215. Terkerk 23S. Thompson 271. Barnes 221, Powell 203, I_-einweber 300, Godsalve 245 Busrladrcmg ......1135 1133 1149 Jeeps........1055 1030 1244 Daws 253. D. Allen 213. Sinclair 27' 251. H. tvTln'ams 332. Court 255. Salt 208, Siley 212, 'Ward 242. Uswellyn 219. 884 834 803 How Thev Bowled TARD J. Ingham. T. Osecki..... S. Barton EL Treaholme TT. Houver----- T. Seiily Handicap Totals A. Clark C- Leinweber Shippobotham. H. Nettieton H. Sinclair J. Ponecii----- Totals 77 Oil 983 S74 1123 Redford 202. Johnson 202. Mitchell 287, Kcv Srreed 22S, Wiliougnby 3" Coyne 213, Dawson 248. Kirk's Tire........1003 1031 :271 rapidly wens well ahead. Horn Baker, ace Oominoe So you want a Good Tobacco? VV ELL, fcke my tip cr.d fry Picoboc! It's a Bodey tobacco, and boy is it good! For a cool, ecsy-podcing, smooth-burning, fragrant smoke, you con't beat Picobcc K tiie pick of the Burfey crop, grown in sunny, sovJhem Ontario where donate and soil are the secret ingredients. icobac The Pick of Pipe Tobaccos. ward, led the parade with 21 points and his teammate Hank Kowe scored 15. Art Chapman contributed 11, Busher Jackson six and Andrews four. Soy Burkett was high for Winnipeg with 10. LIXECPS 4. Baker 21. Art Chapman 11, Chuck Chapman Jackson 6, McKeachie, Rowe 15, Straith. Wright. Total 57, 6, Burkett 10. Cannichael 8. Chikowski, Fontaine, R. McCance, Zklcrtimer 8, Robinson, I.-ethbndge Hotel 1030 1035 1221 Euchan 241. Kirk 210. 2. Clunie 258 302, McCrae 322. Racley 258, Mclntosh 260, Barton 26S, Kul- they rjas 278. Arcade 1070 1107 1or-1 Sick's Brewery 995 950 S9' in the last game with. 315 puss. third game Wednesday nigh- both Tuareg --s-ere at full strength ready for tonights battle with St. Mikes; ruling slight favorites. A victory iomght on tas ruling slight 170 216 547 j for the Toronto college 227 258 723 would put the westerners 204 259 715 i brink of elunination. 238 955 iQ3__ 5a61 203 175 551 j SIGNS BASEBALL CONTRACT 252 229 5 15 1305 1397 345 203 173 184 187 178 -.si 300 237 203 136 233 LAWKEXC3, Mass.. April star defenceman or Boston Bruins" of the National hockey kas signed s. base- 721 i baH conrracs with the Lawrence 703 I Sew England league club- Egan 569 has Dlayed considerable baseball in 572 i and "about Calgary, and issz suni- iso mer, while ulaying the outseld in 520 j a strong semi-pro "league, he had a 1175 1150 .345 batting average RRY1CREEM BBF THE PERFECT HAIR DRESSING The regular tae 01 is definitely a business and social asset. Neat, well-groomed lends distinctioa to your appearance. BRYLCHEEM applied to the hair and scalp each morning keeps unruly hair in place all day, piuisotes a natural lustre, and helps rezove loose dandruff. Buy a bandy tube of BRTLCHEEM today! BLONDIE QUICK, BLONDIE, THE BICARB! Registered UJS. Patent By Chic Young f NCAV I'LL. AS AX ALL NK5HT DONALD DUCK A WIDE BERTHA! TT.S. Patent Office By Walt Disney Tomes 8. Total 40. Strain and Spack, both of Winnipeg. Mike Baseball Results LEAGUE FRIDAY Washington 201 000 11 York 040 001 12 Baefner. Mastcrson, Pieretts, Cur- tis. Niggelmg and Evans; Page, Kar- pel. Roser and Ihckey. Only game scheduled. THURSDAY Boston...... 110 100 8 1 Washington 000 001 6 1 i Benv Chevrolet Hams and Pytlak; Scarborough, j Bankers...... Hudson and Eraiss. i cateii Pooc Products St. Louis 5 0 abridge Hotel..... Detroit 100 200 12 O1 Jeeps........... Galehouse. Ferens, KoIUngsworth, I T.C-A............. hia and Mancosco; and Richards. J Dean 215. H. Chapman 200, Freel 236. B. 2C2, Mossey 341 Pits 209, jfeivin 229, Pederson 220. Monday's Games 700 p.m. Gas Co. vs. Eaton's 2-3. Post Office vs. Vendors 4-5. Advance vs. 77 Oil 7-8 Punty vs. Columbus Club 9-10. p.m. Home PitSeld vs. Consumers 2-3. Ellison Mills vs. Mike's 4-5. Bannermaa vs. Sick's Brewery 7-3. Canada Paint is. Peacock Kit- son 9-10. crrr Team Arcaoe....... Bowlacrome Mihalik's Grocery JESks Pruett's Studio.. Sick's Brewery. Kirk's Tire Shop 77 Service Station Hook Signs Pyramid Motors "Won Tost 24 15 23 16 16 23 22 22 21 20 20 19 13 18 17 16 14 17 17 18 19 19 20 20 21 22 22 22 23 25 ASSOCIATION FRIDAY Minneapolis 9. Kansas 3. Columous 11. Louisville 17. Toledo 5. 4. THURSDAY St. Paul 5. Milwaukee 3. Minneapolis 6. Kansas City 8. Columbus 3, 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE THURSDAY New York___000 000 6 1 Brooklyn ___ 005 120 9 1 j Feldrnan, Budmck. Brewer and S. Ixjs-.bardi; V. and And- J erson. Chicago 003 300 4 0. 000 6 3 Bithorn and Livingston, McCul-. INTERN LEAGfE lough with- a four-nin assault on! FRIDAY pitchers Nick Strmcevich and Aij Gerheauser, who relieved Ed bosra. i Pittsburah 5 1 St. 110 7 0 AJbosta, Strmcevich. Gerheauser and Smith; Poliett and No games Fnday. T.EAGL'E THURSDAY Roliywood I. Portland 4 Sacramento 4, Los Anseles 6. San Diego 5. Seattle 1. San Francisco 0, Oakland 5, Buffalo 1, Newark 2. Rochester 4. Baltimore 9. THURSDAY Rochester 8, Baltimore 7. Buffalo 8, Newark 7. Montreal 14, Jersey City I. SPECIAL PROGRAM AT Dunng the Easter holidays, spe- cial programs been arranged for the boys and girls from 8 to 14 jcars of ?ge at the local Y'. Boys and girK aie asked to irr.ite and their pals to participate in this special Easter schedule. LFL ABNER A FRIEND IN NEED By Al Capp OH AM KNOWS AH GOT A NEPWE T' BE1N" BUT- DOES VO' KNOW VMAPJ AH KIN FIND A TALL, DARK, YOUNG SURE DO, SISTER -COME: AH 1 GSWEFUL 7D CF UP VO'.' VO" IS 7H" OH.E AH OF MET AH'D Of iN BRSCK BRADFORD-And fhe Queen of Night THIS BOX SIMPLY RE- THE PROCESS OF IKCAKDESCENT BUlB- By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY OF CREATING LIGHT IT 15 ABSORBING IT.'j W BUNDED BUT VLL 6P52W THIS ROOM WTH 8UILET6, BRADFORD, TILL ;