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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 23, 1973 Newcastle upsets lAverpool First division race uncertain LONDON (CP) Liverpool and Leeds, the two top con- tenders for the English Football League championship, meet today in a match which will almost certainly decide the destiny cf this season's title. Liverpool, front-runners for most of the season, suffered a setback when beaten 2-1 by Newcastle United Saturday while injury-hit Leeds crushed relegation-threatened Crystal Palace 4-0. Liverpool now has 57 points from 40 matches while Leeds' tally is 51 from 38. Sandwiched between these two are Arsenal with 54 from 39, but Arsenal's title hopes are less than rosy as their three remaining games are all away from home. When Kevin Keegan headed Liver, vol in front against New- castle, the title seemed safely in the grasp of the Merseysi- ders, but John Tudor slammed two goals for Newcastle to leave Liverpool manager Bill Shankly still a fingertip away from putting his hands on the league championship trophy. If Leeds wins at Anfield to- day, the championship could hinge on the meeting on May 9 between Leeds and four days after Leeds meet Sun- derland in the English Football Association Cup final. Such an event would be a re- peat cf last season when Leeds beat Arsenal in the Cup final and then needed only a draw against Wolverhampton Wande- rers in the fina! league match of the season to become only the third team this century to complete the League-Cup double in the same season. But Wolves spiked Leeds' double hcpes by winning 2-1 and Leeds, also still embroiled in the European Cup Winners CUD, are hoping they will not have to re-live the same nightmare. Without several key players through injury, Leeds still won easily against Crystal Palace, who now look likely to drop into the Second Division along with West Bromwich Albion. Palace, who have been fighting against relegation ever since they promotion in 1969, are now t bracketed at the foot of the table with West Brom. Albion lost a great chance of j moving towards safety when I beaten 1-0 at home by fellow stragglers Norwich City, who I now are two points clear of Spokane Jets one game up SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Spokane Jets defeated St. Boni- face Mohawks 5-3 in the third game of the Western Canada Allan Cup hockey final Satur- day night. The Jets lead the best-of- seven 2-1. The remainining games will be played in Winni- peg starting Friday. S p ok an e' s Mickey Shaw scored the game-winner at of the third period and Don Scherza added another at The Mohawks opened the scoring when George Watson zipped home a mishandled Spo- clearing attempt, at in the first period. their companions in distress. Norwich play Palace Tuesday in a match which should end all the arguments. Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Frank Munrp and Ipsw- ich town's Colin Viljoen were both sent off after a punch-up one minute before half-time and Ipswich went on to win 2-1 consolidate their grip on fourth place. Bobby Charlton, the Manches- ter United and England maestro who is retiring at the end of the season, received a tremendous ovation from Old Trafford fans as he ap- peared in his last Derby match against Manchester City. The game ended in a scoreless draw. The Scottish League cham- pionship was within Celtic's grasp for the eighth successive season after their 4-0 victory against Arbroath. Rangers, who meet Celtic in the Scottish Cup final on May 5, dropped a point in a 2-2 draw against Aberdeen, and now are a point behind Celtic with only one game left. ANDY CAPP I'LL COME ALONS AN1 'AVE A WORD WAT 'USBAND OF' SOURS, MRS. ME LETTERS DON'T St. .TDDANVGOOD.' CWIN UP, SONjWEW HALFWAY THAT'S WHAT THINK k THE OTHER HALF IS G-ETTIN1 W T1 LISTEN T1 VEB 'That was fun' -Jack Nicklaus Race results Get your project started now! 1974 is the year of the Alberta-R.C.M.P. Century Celebrations! Albertans cele- brate one hundred years of rich and colourful history that began with the arrival in the west of the scarlet-coatee Mounted Police. Let's come up with some lasting and meaningful projects of historical and educational value to mark this important centennial year in Alberta restoring an historic landmark, sponsoring cultural expeditions for school students, commissioning a writer to do a book on the history of the arrival in the West of the N.W.M.P. these are some suggestions. Now, let's hear from you. Mail the coupon and we'll send you information on how to submit your project idea to the Alberta-R.C.M.P.Century Celebrations Committee for consideration. Prom-cur proud post, the promise of our future. To: Alberta-R.C.M.P. Century Celebrations Committee, P.O. Box 1974, Main Post Office, Edmonton. Alberta..T5J 2P4 Coupon By 15, 1973. CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park race results Saturday. First claiming, 3-year-olds, S fur- longs. Lonia (Levine) 3.10 2.W 2.50; Char- iot Trip (Arnold) 3.40 2.80; Suntime Girl (Stsdnyk) 4.70. Time: 3-5. Kitty's Comet Bright Flight, Beat- le's Ribbon, Rejected Romance, Mor- ning Mini also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Kizam (L. Wiseman) 3.30 3.20 Amber Day (Levine) 6.10 3.80; Mr. Marsh (Watson) 2.80. Time: Miss Kaysuecon, Rubella, Johnny Red, Rullah County, Raneepage also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 3 fur- longs. Lisa's Deuces (Kipling) 9.20 3.70 2.70; Rancfjoe (Morris) 2.90 2.40; Sun- 08 (D. Wiseman) 5.M. Time: :35 2-5. Carpathian, Sarlskl, Risk N Hope, Eaoer Alder, also ran. QUINELLA Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds, S fur- longs. Pit Son (Morris) 17.10 7.30 X.BO; Monkey Pod (Phelan) 4.70 3.30; Caesar Bov (Levine) 5.00. Time: 2-5 50 Long Fellas, Captor's Street, Share The Wealth, Erlck's Lynn, Doo- lin Heart also ran. 1 Fifth 51 ,400, claiming, 4-year-olds, S for- lonqs. Erikel Charm 'Whittle) 6.10 3.10 2.50; Silver Waters (D. Wiseman) 3.00 2.40; Perty Jay f Levine) 2. to. Time: 4-5. Stettler Auction, Hops Dream, Rest- less Willow, Hula Man, Gallant Appollo also ran. EXACTOR Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlonas. Coal Dust fPhelan) 6.40 3.80 3.60; Palatial (Levine) 4.30 3.30; Mr. Mur- phv (Parson) 7.EO. Time: :5? 4-5. Monty B, Blessed Hour, Cumloops, May Trip, Fast Friday also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. Latin Princess (Kiplina) 3.70 3.40 790- Speedy Son 'JewelP 8.80 5.80; Klondike Charm (Hedge) 4.50. Time: :59 3-5. Honorule, Law Boss, Water Wagon, Pams Delight, Cominq Fury also ran. Eighth 4-year-olds and up, 5 fur- lonos. Winning Red (Rasmussen) 9.30 5.00 Easter Search (Gold) 10.50 5.80; His world (Parsons) 8.00. Time: :58 4-5. Island Drifter, Powerful Pop, Uttle Twit, Penicillium, Brybee Bee also ran. Ninth S1JOO, claiming, 5-year-olds up, 5 furloncs. Kool "Turk CBaril) 32.80 15.60 7.90; Cotton Future (Whittle) to Brook (Haynes) 4JO. Time: :59 3-5. My Son Michael, Sabre Wind, Ter- raro. Fleet Nickel, Max wing also ran. QUINELLA HANCHO LA COSTA, Calif. (AP) "Oh, that's Jack Nicklaus said. "That's the whole thing." "That's what this game is about. Hare was Lee (Trevino) in a spurt and then I made birdies on three of the last seven holes. "That's the whole sponding to a challenge, playing the way you want to play, doing the things you want to do, and winning. On the other hand, if you lose, it kills you." Nicklaus had just scored a record fourth career victory in the MONY-Tournament of Champions. "When I was able fo come back like that, with three bird- ies on the last seven holes, well, that's the way to finish a tour- nament. I'm doubly pleased about it because my other two wins this year were both mar- ginal, in playoffs." The Goldsn Bear, who i stretched his season's leading total to fashioned a rallying four-under- par 68 on the tough, demanding yard La Costa Country Club course. He had a 72-hole total of under par. Tevino, who actually took a two stroke lead at one time, couldn't hang on. His 67 was ths best round of the warm, sunny day but his 277 total was one stroke too much to record the victory he needed to become pro golfs fourth ?l million win- ner. "Well, there's nex't Trevino said. "I've always said Nicklaus is the greatest golfer in the world. Any time I can beat him, I'm lucky. Nicklaus wedged to about a hall foot for a birdie on the 12th hole just as Trevino was three- putting for a bogey on the 13th. That was a two-stroke swing in Nicklaus' favor and suddenly they were tied. Travino birdied the 15th just as Nicklaus did the same on the 14th, but Jack went ahead to stay on the 15th where he punc- hed his approach just to the left of the flag. The ball sucked back to pin high and he had a little four-foot putt for a birdie. Nicklaus made It and had the margin he needed. Trevino picked up for second and pushed his career earnings to some Only Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Billy Casper have gone past million in a career. Jim Colbert was third with a and Chi Chi Rodriguez was next with George Knudson of Toronto shui a. final-round 76 for a 292 total and Ths group at 285, tied for fifth, were Australian Bruce Cramplon, J.C. Snead, Dewitt Weaver, Jim Jaraieson and Lanny Wadkins. Palmer finished far back. He had a final round 75 for 293. Masters champ Tommy Aaron beat only three players in the fie'd of 31 whea he finished 299. Broncs grab Short sport JACKLJN WINS ROME (AP) England's Tony Jacklin, former British and United States Open cham- pion, sank a four-foot par putt on the final hole Saturday for a one-stroke victory over Spain's Valentin Barrios in the Italian Open golf championship. TWO PLAYERS RETIRE PHILADELPHIA (AP) Guard Jim Skaggs and centre Jerry Sturm have retired fctom professional football and guard Wayne Mass has been placed on waivers, Philadelphia Eagles said Saturday. Skaggs was a starting guard in his 10-year National Football League career, most of it with the Eagles. PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) Penticton Broncos slammed.in three goals in the third period to defeat Portage La Prairie Terriers 5-1 Sunday in the first game of a best-of-seven Cen- tennial Cup junior hockey semi-final series. Penalties played a large part in the game as Penticton scor- ed four of their goals while Portage La Prairie was short- handed. Ed Dempsey opened the scoring for Penticton at of the first period, and Mike Holmes added another at to give the Broncos a 2-0 first- period lead. Scott Hetherington scored at of the second period for the Terriers and the period ended with Penticton holding a siim 2-1 lead. In the third period, however, Bob Nicholson exploded with two goals for Penticton, at and Tim Struch added another at to close the scoring. Penticton peppered John Memrick with 33 shots while the Broncos' Glen Bueckert handled 25. A total of 16 minor penalties were called, with the Terriers drawing three in the first per- iod, four in ttts second and three in the third. Penticton was assessed two minors in the first, one in the second and three in the third. Portage La Prairie also drew a misconduct after a player protested a slashing penalty in the third period. Second game of the series will be played here Tuesday. If the Terriers win, the third game will be played here Wed- nesday. Otherwise, the series will move to Portage La Prairie. Depend on o rabbit's foot if you wont! But remember, it didn't help the rabbit and he had four of em. LIFETIME GUARANTEED SHOCK ABSORBERS FROM INSTALLATIONS MINUTE MUFFLER Ave. ft 4th St. S. Phone 327-8188 Open Doily 8 a.m. fo p.m. WHY DOES THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION NEED FOR THE MENTAL HEALTH OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA BECAUSE one in three Canadians will require treatment for mental illness sometime in his or her life. Mental illness can be cured Your mental health is our concern We provide services and programs for lethbridge, Tober, Raymond, CtareshoJm and assist any area in Southern Alberta We are available 24 hours a day to help you in time of trouble ;