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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta in IFERAID Friday, April 1971 Hluck Udicks squarely behind eight-ball YOUK tci'i Tcnr ;nul Dale ttolfc Rcay used ;i new KCIIL the Minninj; HOPI! niulwnv In llw ramc. makirii! sensalion.-il (he hockey Tiifirksnu'n as the changeci his period. He ronrcd in the Hawks halllcd lo lie tile 'd [-'rdiH'i.s rebuilt, a :t-0 earl in their best- of and douhlo shifted goalie Gary Smith and Ihe Hangers re- ,'i i i Black Dawks 3-'2 tliullt Otl goals Stanley Cup scrni-fitial series. The fuiirlh game brothers al left WLM.K. But il wasn't a slick passing displav by liod Gilbert and Vic wilh dangerous rushes. ''11 was crucial for us to will p'.iyi'rs who all came liero Sunday a six-foot-foLir flicking Ihe pi'.-'- into home, and we did said Liii'i'.s [n deals with Hull, the best took lime out from "We they'd comu iVl Wings. IVt s :i I c in k o s k 1, on ihe ice, scored both Black llnwk goals. Hawks job of protecting goalkeeper Gilles ViUomnre to the goalkeepers took over for the last half of with heavy artillery in this one." coach Heay: "This team jtiiinsiHi won't predict play any harder than It did but we haven't had breaks." remain in the Stanley Cup H "fl 'H nr P'Ti Tl "S'Ti the Black Hawks have lo 11O IOI J31 four straight games, two of on Now York ice. Such a has hecn achieved (CP) "I'm not said Johnson in a Thursday night r Bruins o St. Louis for the next two games, Sunday afternoon and Tuesday niglit, and Johnson didn't show any particular worry nbou Johnson hesilatcti only a moment when reporters suggested it looked like the Bruins [n four straight before replying: "If we can win that third goals, Johnson said he was "satisfied with the way the guys played." Veteran Johnny Bucvk led the onslaught, scoring Ihe once before in Stanley Cup play. That was in 1942 when Toronto Maple Leafs lost the first three games to Detroit and reminded to win four times and to lake a for someone we'll have a playoff effort in Die Cup, K-.--I r'-.-." liest-of-seven nor n ally forecast His first also was at ns they hatl In (heir two wither outside when a third-period la of St. Louis in the in Chicago, the Hawks i': playoff sue it through an open which the Blues sniped Cup finals two years flying at the start. Dennis beaten Westfall scored loitering at the Ranger the other Bruin line, look a long forward to Phil Esposito. from Chris Bordeleau and John in alone on Villcmurc f and Don him cleanly at of [lodgers complete Mike Murphy and Phil Roberto scored 49 seconds apar early in Ihe third period after Boston had opened a 6-0 lead first period. The Hangers tied it at 1I.WKS COULDN'T CLEAR in ASSOCIATED coaxed Art Sliainsky Diego Padres 2-1 In the second While had just returned f i r ,vi -rjt pirates ivccded out, (hen pot Hick League's other Bines were never !n a penalty for dumping nar.i'l in til'' ninth inning and Bill North on and the usually rabid Gene Carr when tled ir'" D.ivo Giusti's f i grired t hey had nev Orioles nipped Garden crowd was found the puck on v.ont to Ihe palm bali tlie palm said Tigers 1-0 iti the lo stay alert slick in a scramble at the It vvrko'L" Pittsburgh's top to National e a g u e 's only game, of the and lilted it over Smith, a it ,-.ii'i after hailing the Monday and out the game hardy fan slept barrier with his six- [i-i! of LI lau? jam to used them on Monday to Brewers and of the early part of the foot-four frame sprawled a 7--i vH'imy over Chicago Cubs f h'ni IJP am' struck him out, on period and when it was the cage. This was directly hm-'-my nki-it. fastball. Then I used the took a before the start of 1 tributaUe to failure of the i.nusii reached hack for all the way with lead into the ninth inning final 20 minutes that to take out Ted Irvine, Sunday pitch after the Cubs had scored two runs with none hot Los Angeles Dodgers walloped Atlanta Braves combined pitching efforts of Dock Ellis and Luke entering the ice surface would be prosecuted another hatl the puck in his skates for about three seconds in imi liarl a man on San Francisco Giants Walker issued free "Does that include battle with Smith, the first two batters in inning and then gave up a two-run double to Don no tirtti stopper! AO ueMarcos long blast from the blueline. Finally Irvine got the puck to Giusti replaced Walker al were supposed to come in here and check them Smith, who had shut out Pitls- and squirmed out closely, we're just Penguins in his one start mjjjf said Roberto. the quarter-finals, was Hfl_ Sanguillcn drove In two early runs for the even skating them, anc that was our choice to start this game after Tony Esposito, the leader they scored three said the Blues "just the Black Hawk team that in a seventh-inning rally lighlighled by Willie the way we can." St. Louis' veteran the Vezina Trophy for least goals allowed during the regular home run of the Plager lost twice to the K3 BB ffiii wv ra T Santo crashed a Iwo-nin lomcr for Chicago in the sixth lo temporarily tip, the game at 3-3 before Ai Oliver doubled lome a run for the Pirates iu their half of Ihe inning. SCORE B IN this was the best we cou d play, we wouldn't be here righ now. But we've been don-n be fore and came back. I don't we're going to win this series but you can count on it going more than four in Chicago. Smith was spectacular. But he tvas the victim of indecision as the Rangers went ahead at of the .second period by scoring while they were shorthanded. With Glen Sather in the pen- Dodgers continued said no particular area box for holding Jim Pap- on Atlanta's St. Louis team was at the Rangers cleared the staff, scoring sis they tried the length of the fee. the second inning on wrong while went off lo Ihe left of the singles. A total of Bruins have been doing and held (be puck on his jreSJBBJBjgMIMBiji ts in Thursday night's out for looking for a team-mate Atlanta Stadium gave position to pass. Walt Tkac- 50 for their who played a great gamo new. of the Braves. They scored 26 Louis coach Al Arbour could only shake his head both ways, steamed down on him and Smith moved too speed nothing in it was a good four said Willie Davis, "I told them a lot of Tkaczuk got a piece of his clearing shot antl MacGregor, class con two hits in five appearances and three runs batted in he replied to rueslions of what sort of in hard, fired the puck-past the sprawling goalkeeper. 1 jLjilliUs Something extraordinary in outboards Has happened! Tlie Merc The night's work gave him S-for-17 for the series and six be gave bis players between periods. "You can see it didn't never make that mistake said Smith. "I'll clear the puck to the boards." a Three Direct Charge cylinders for Osfeen, who even admitted Ihe Hawks were not vet economy and low operating cost. for almost a month at Dennis Hull knocked exclusive new double-tuned exhaust some outings because hoped it would instill his fourth goal of the creates an extremely wide power band for rapid acceleration and unmatched top. end speed in its in his left arm, wasn't pleased with his in them. They didn't play like that on purpose. They're at after brother Bobby sent him in alone to beat By design, the Merc 650 is narrower and lighter than competitive 65-hp models. And gives you nil that's special about a Mercury: Thunderbolt ignition for easy starts and smoother running, Perma-Gap spark plugs for longer life, Jet-Prop exhaust for quieter running, clrainless pitched a seven-hitter. "1 didn't expect to have real, good command and I said Osteen. "It's been a long time since I've last pitched. But those early runs gave me a chance to get my rhythm back and I had an club and they've got a lot of pride. "What It all boils down (o is our inexperience. We certainly planned on playing a tougher game. We've got to gel tougher." Bruin John McKenzie from 35 feet. FEATUUES PASSING That set the stage for Rolfe's game-winner at on a three-man rush featuring point passing such as has been rare in Ihis series. Let your Bobby Bonds singled only way St. Louis is going to beat us is to hit us can't remember anything about Rolfe said later. "All dealer show you seconri of two San nose. They haven't laid did was shoot. How can you extraordinary in the fifth inning and on us me to remember a'ny- Merc 650. j! held on to beat that goes that quite like or near 'J.r Sam McDowell 10 ST. 1LOUIS for many years a in first five innings for Perkd _ T. E'JcyV i fSlanfield, 7-17; 2 star before learn- outboard and gained his seconr. National League victory with relief help from Jim Ea'rr 4 (Awrey) 3. Boslofl, 1 Orr] 9 5-t. Pena -1 Egers Srm !h with Kd Giacomin to win the Vezina Trophy in 1970-71, started and won bis second Ptricd J. Bailey 1 tOrr, v.'esffsli) 5. Dcrttwi, in a row. Giacomin, who .3 (Orr, Bucyk) K, O'Sh'ja Esposito a twisted knee late in the first game in Chicago, was Display I. Boston, BucyK i Sfanfjcldj 7. Sf. 1 ou the bench as standby goalie. Francis did not dress forward 1 (Unger, Hsrr.ur.g) 8. St. Uuii, Robi'flo 7. 9. Bostcn. '.'archie 2 (flr.Y 11. Stewart, whose ribs have :aken a pounding in the scries. r V.'estfflU 3' rBail-ryl place was taken by Sieve H D St Lo'jis a defcnceman called from Providence when 'hat 9 xJ" 3 w 3 on goal was eliminated from the iWJ Louis 10 11 3J BQSton all 12 __ Hockey League play- Andrascik did not see ac-ion. li.p. 5 a smart rearranged his defence iairs, putting Bill White with JK BC? Jarrelt and Pat Stapleton Hsu SiBa Keith Magmison in a bid to 1 is smnrl defensive lapses. The laic-model each, sharing left wing Ironspor on three lines. ji i iM.irl your leasing pfon, call our loosing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclnlosh ot can keep up the pace if 1 have to." said Bobby later, "but Fiberglcis Boats end A r gelling harder and harder to sknle hack." TROM 3rd Avc. YORK J CHICAGO J Bool Trailers (BordllMu, Ifaii) 3 tie a York, .1 (Irvin-. ontJ Equipment Accesisricv tif, J.ickcli, Floater Monday Open DaiK a.m. lo PenallM Duk Sccw.d Period 1 SERVICE AND ond Friday a.m. !0 sign of better 1 (TkaczuV.) A, Chicago, D. Hull t tB. H'jIIJ 5. Hew YGrk, fio fe 2 (Gilbert, Hartlield) 10. H. Pan, GLASCON INDUSTRIES 327 3rd Sf. S. A TOTAl Of 54Vi HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE CHRYSliR DODGE, Saltier Carr Tfiird Period No tearing. s Uons. Shnr, on Tjfll v.y Avc. nnd 1 1 tli 51. 7 n ic -I) levr Yorlf 11 u u 328.937! M. SLIDING SAVE New York Rangers' goolie Gilles Villemurc (30) hits the ice Thurs- day night as he blocks goal attempt by Dennis Hull of Ihe Chicago Black Hawks. Hull scored1 twice but ii wasn't enough as tho Rangers won 3-2 to take a commanding 3-0 lead in games in the besf-of-seven semi-final. Leo Taylor, Schumm sign Stamp pacts CALGAHY (CP) Calgary Stampcders today announced the signings of offensive line- man Herb Schumm and half- back Leo Taylor to 1972 West- ern Football Conference con- tracts. Schumm, stalling his ninth season in Ihe WFC, joined the Stampeders in 1967 and is noted as one of their most ver- satile players. The Canadian- born 240-pounder has filled in several times at guard or tackle because of Calgary in- juries. He was released by Edmon- ton at the end of the sea- son following three years with the Eskimos. Taylor, from North Texas State University in Denton, will be making his third attempt at a starting berth with the Sfarn- Last season, he was a late training camp cut, only to bo brought back later in the sea- son when an injury to quarter- back Jerry Keeling opened the way for the addition of an import. Later, Taylor suffered a kidney injury and was side- lined for the remainder of tho season. Meanwhile British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League announced Thursday night that Don Bunco, who quartcrbacked Stanford Uni- versity to a Rose Bowl victory this year, has signed with Ihe Western Conference club. The announcement was made by Lions general manager Jackie Parker but contract de- tails were not disclosed. In the United Stales, Bunce was drafted in ihe 12th round by Washington Redskins of the Na- ional Football League. It had been known for sever- al days that Bunce was prepar- ing to head for Vancouver and the 1972 CFL season, but the Lions said nothing official about the deal until after his signed contract had been re- ceived. Golf league a I ihe Butte Tho Picture Bulte Golf Club is planning a full year of acti- vilies and one of its biggest un- rtnrtaldngs is a watering sys- tem anrl grass greens for Uie coming year. Plans are already under way for water anrl work has begun on putting in grass greens on the nine-hole layout. A golf league, for men, will begin May 2 and will be staged every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at The league is open to anyone. Anyone interested may con- rt Kozi Kal.-ik-iml A 320-2511. ELRICH TIRE SPORT STANLEY CUP SEMI-FINALS SERIES E W L r A Pis W L F A Pit Rotwrfo. SL Esposilo, B rVLCKfWZlC, B SlanlifMd, B Kairbalrn, MV Hadfiefd, NY Unger, SL Bordereau, C HOCKEY SCORES Hoslon leads lew Ywk 3 Chicago Hew York leads beit-of-stven i :nsl J-0 Centennial Cup lumboldf 7 Red Deer 0 Best-of-seven seml-llnal 1icd 1-1 BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUS EAST FAtmlrea! Philadelphia Pilfsburgh Chicago New York ST. Louis Atlanta 1 TODAY'S GAMES Louis Wise Slonaman (1-0) U Chicago Hoolcn a (ft-n N (1-0> 1-000 .601 .600 .400 .SCO .ISO .10 t Mxitreal New Yor'K af Phffadel Allan fa Reed (1-5) N San Dieao Orel' {1-0) af Los Angelei Downing (0-1) N Hcuslcn Wilson (frl) flf San Fran- cisco Cumberland (1.0) H THURSDAY'S RESULTS Los Angelei 741 Ml U H 0 nta 003 000 I 7 3 (1-0) anrt Canniuaia; G. e !0' 2) Barber (2! and Casanova, HR; Al! Bro-A-D (11, Chicago .....100 cw- 3 7 i Pillsburgh 012 U a Jsr.kFni Gura (71 Decker f7) Hamilton and Rudolph; Ells Walker (7) GiusH (9) and Sanqulllsn. Chi