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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Edmonton first winners Elks lose in final, third game of day Moves to the attack Bernie Syrenne of the Lethbridge Midget Elks, rrghf, moves around his own net and heads up ice Sunday evening in final game of the Leth- bridge Minor Hockey Association, Lethbridge Elks Lodge No. 37 midget tournament. Elks, playing their third game of the day, lost 5-4 to Edmon- ton Cessco Oilers in the final- Phillies sweep pair from Cardinals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Whoever said that anyone with a bat in his hand is dan- gerous certainly wasn't refer- ring to Ron LoUch or John Vu- kovich until Sunday Lolich, a 26-year-old Cleve- land Indians' outfielder, had failed to hit in his one previous at-bat this season and came into the campaign with a life- time mark of .182 and only two borne runs in 88 trips. But he stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and two out in the bottom of the ninth inning and crashed a grand- slam home run off Boston Red Sox's Sonny Siebert to give the Indians an 8-7 victory in the first part of a The Red Sox came back to take the nightcap 5-2. Vukovidfs statistics were even worse than Lolich's. The 25-year-old infielder spent part of the 1970 and 1971 seasons with Philadelphia Phillies and showed a meagre .164 average in 225 at-bats with nary a home run. BIT 3-RUN HOMER So it was a distinct surprise when he unloaded a three-run homer off relief ace Sparky Lyle in the seventh inning that lifted Milwaukee Brewers, who obtained him in an off-season trade, to a 4-3 triumph over New York Yankees. Elsewhere in the American Heavy artillery just wasn't needed League, Kansas City split a twin bill with Chicago White Sox, losing 8-4 before winning 6- 1; Baltimore Orioles defeated Detroit Tigers 5-3, Oakland Ath- letics edged California Angels 3- 2 in 10 innings and Minnesota Twins beat Texas Rangers 6-4. In Saturday's action, Min- nesota edged Texas 5-4, Califor- nia defeated Oakland 4-2, Bos- ton hammered Cleveland 11-5, Detroit topped Baltimore 3-1 and scheduled Chicago at Kan- sas City and New York at Mil- waukee games were postponed. In the National League, San Francisco Giants shaded Los Lakers 3-0 over Warriors Celtics could be out By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston Celtics won the first three periods Sunday after- New York Knicks came back to take the next three, and a 117-110 double-over- time decision over the Celtics. The victory gave the Knicks commanding 3-1 lead over the Celtics in their National Basket- ball Association Eastern Confer- ence playoff finals, and they can wrap it up by winning the fifth game Wednesday night in Boston. Los Angeles Lakers, ahead 3-0 in their best of seven Western Division playoff finals against the Golden State War- riors, can finish that series tonight in Oakland, In the ABA, ir.oiana Pacers have taken its second con- secutive Western playoff crown by defeating the Utah Stars in six games, while the Eastern Division finals' winner will be STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! p.m. STOMPER GOUIDIE vs CARLOS BELAFONTE CARUSO vs VIKING 5 BIG BOUTS dedided Tuesday night. Ken tucky Colonels and Carolina Cougars each with three vic- tories, meet in Greensboro N.C. for Game 7. "I have never seen a game in so many said Wall Frazier, who scored a game high 37 points, including 15 in the furious fourth-quarter rally which saw the Knicks erase a 16 point deficit. OUT OF GAS Boston, hcbbled by the ab- sence of team captain John Havlicefc, sidelined by torn muscles in the right shoulder, simply ran out of gas in the fi- nal period. Coach Tom Hein- sohn was unable to substitute as freely as he would have iik and his regulars were obviously tired in the late stages. Boston guards Don Chancy and Jo Jo White and centre Dave Cowens all eventually fouled out The key in the late going proved to be Frazier against White. The Celtic guard had 34 wints for the game, but was scoreless in the two overtimes. Frazier, meanwhile, hit 10 points in the extra periods. Rookie John Gianelli also ?ave the Knicks a big boost in he latter stages, coming off the >ench to score 10 points and battle finished with 33 the boards. BUYING TIRES? Gways we make it easy 1 We make it easy at 1 72 Stores and Dealers. 2. Firestone gives you the complete tire choice. 3. Our sales people are tire people. 4. Our prices are surprisingly low. 5. Firestone Riding System Service stretches tire life. 6. Our No-Gimmick Guarantee earned its name. Boston had held an leac with four minutes to go in regu- lation time, but the Knicks reeled off 10 straight points to go in front. A 15-foot fall-away jumper by Frazier with 17 sec- onds to go sent the game into overtime. Rookie Paul Westphal hit two baskets in the first overtime to give Boston a quick four-point lead, but New York eventually tied it on a basket by Frazier with 40 seconds remaining. MISSED GAME The Knicks played without guard Earl Monroe, who suf- fered a bruised hip in Game Three Friday night. Knicks Coach Red Holtzman started Dean Meminger alongside Fra- zier in the backcourt, and used rookie Henry Bibby and veteran Dick Barnett in reserve. With the score tied 106-106 in the second overtime, New York clinched the victory by scoring seven straight points-ra 20 footer by Dave DeBusschere, a Free throw by Gianelli. a driv- ing one-hander by DeBusschere and a layin by Jackson. ARSENAL STAR DIES LONDON (AP) Old-time Arsenal soccer fans Saturday mourned Eddie Hopgood. one of the stars of the team that domi- nated English soccer in the 1930s. He died of a heart attack at the age of 64. He helped Ar- ssnal win the English League five times and the English Cup twice. Angeles Dodgers 4-2, Cincinnati Reds downed Atlanta Braves 6- 3, Houston Astros nipped San Diego Padres 4-3, Pittsburgh Pi- rates whipped Chicago Cubs 10- 4 but dropped the nightcap 11-3, New York Mets bowed to Mon- treal 2-1 in 10 innings and then swamped the Expos 13-3, Phila- delphia Phillies took two from St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 and 2-1. On Saturday, Philadelphia de- feated St. Louis 7-4, New York blanked Montreal 5-0, Atlanta nipped Cincinnati 5-4, Houston shut out San Diego 4-0, Los An- geles shut out San Francisco 1-0 and Chicago was leading Pitts- burgh 10-8 when the game was suspended after six innings. SAVES INDIANS Although manager Ken Asprp- monte said Lolich's dramatic blow "pulled the Indians off the the outfielder, a first cousin of Detroit pitcher Mickey Lolich, wasn't quite so ecstatic. "I'm pot really overly-excitec about hitting the grand he said. "Just the fact that we Won is what matters to me." Home runs by Rico Petrocell! Reggie Smith and Carl Yastr- zemsfci helped the Red Sox open the 7-4 lead that Lolich wiped out with one swing. Oscar Gamble and Jack Brobamer also homered for the Indians. The Red Sox sealed the night- cap with four runs in the fifth inning, highlighted by Tommy Harper's two-run single. Charle Spikes homered for the Indians. As befits an .042 hitter, which was his pre-game mark, Mil- waukee's Vukovich wasn't thinking home run when he came to bat with two runners aboard and the Brewers trailing 3-1. even though he'd had a single earlier in the game. "The way I've been swinging, a home run was the farthest hing from my he con- Tessed. "I just wanted to hit the >all good somehow. Fve got to ustify my being in there some way." STORES A.C.T. opens with win in Kamloops KAMLOOPS bridge A.C.T. Bantam "A" Reps owned with a victory in the Kamloops International Ban- lam Hockey Tournament Sun- day. Some 33 teams are taking part in the seven-day interna- tional tmimcy will con- clude Friday. Lelbbridge canned their ini- tial win by posting a 5-2 deci- sion against Port Albemy, B.C. Dennis Ludwig, Rick Weist, Dwane Lendnjm. Scwtt Jarvfe and Rick McRoborts ta31kd for Lethbridge while Rick Dupont and Dale Obcrg scored in a los- ing cause. Lethbridge will hit the ice again Tuesday morning at eight o'clock. i Meanwhile Tanroere Bobcats Iwcamc the second Finnish learn on the winning side of the tournament Saturdav as thev defeated Whitehorse Huskies 6-3. In the closest game of the 10 games played Saturday. Fort St John, B.C. cefeaSed Esqui- mall. B.C. 5-2 in the second 10- minute overtime period after tying the score with one sec- ond left in the game. Dean Wray scored five goals and Ron Johnson scored four as Riley Park of Vancouver thrashed Walla Walla, Wash., 16-2. One other lopsided game was played as CoquiOain, B.C. bombed Golden. B.C. 13-1. In other games. Quesnd. B.C. defeated Kimberley, B.C. V-2, Ketowna, B.C. beat Fuller Lake, B.C., 5-2, North Kmnfoops, B.C. downed Vancouver KerrisdaJe 4-2, Saanich, B.C. beat Prince George. B.C. -9-2. Medicine Hat, Alta. edged Comox. B.C. >3. and Vancouver North Shore j downed Red Deer Alia. 6-2. Lethbridge Midget Elks de- served a better fate than the one they got Sunday evening in the final of the three-day mid- get hockey tournament staged at Henderson Ice Centre. The tourney, co-sponsored by the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association and the Lethbridge Elks Lodge No. 37, saw the host Elks entertain seven oth- er clubs, including two from British Columbia and two from Saskatchewan. Representing British Colum- bia were Kimberley Lions and Orgnbrcok while Moose Jaw Jets and Regina Inland Pats travelled from Saskatchewan. Alberta teams, along with the Elks were Edmonton Oilers, Cold Lake Packers and Medi- cine Hat Cablevision All-Stars. The Elks suffered a narrow 54 setback in the final of the three-day event. It was the luck of the draw, bad luck at that, that proved costly to the locals. Elks went unbeaten in their first four games to capture the "A" side of the double-knock- out event but lost to Edmon- i ton Oilers in the A-B final. Oil- I ers won the B side Sunday af- ternoon with a 5-3 triumph over Cold Lake while the Elks were dumping Cranbrook 8-3 for the A crown. Local officials were making no excuses for the Elks but one must take into consideration the A-B final was their third game of the dav. In the final. Oilers outscored the Elks 2-1 in the first period and the two clubs matched goal from then on in. Elks, who had beaten Edmon- ton 6-4 in the first meeting be- tween the two clubs Friday, got two goals from Reg Os- mond and singles from Randy Lowe and Bob Miles. But they were not enough to offset two goals by Jamie Gallimore and solo efforts by Johnston, Doug Huber and Tom Zelke. Elks got the nod on nine minor penalties the Oil- ers were guilty of eight minor infractions as well as a 10- minute misconduct. In the A final the Elks and Cranbrook were in a 2-2 dead- lock heading into the firal 20 minutes before the Elks ex- ploded for five to take the easy 8-3 verdict. Bemie Syrenne paced the Elks with two peals, Osmond, Ron Mc-ser, Mike Boychuk. Mark Baldry. Joe Meli and Lowe completed the scoring with singles. Eloy Wales. Marty Holling- shead and Rob Price scored for Cranbrook. Cranbrook took 12 minors while the Elks got rapped with seven minors and a mis- corduct. Cold Lake, after a shaky start Friday, came close in the B side final before bowing to the Oilers. Oilers led 2-0 after the first period but Cold Lake battled back to even things up 2-2 go- ing into the third period. Oil- ers scored three times, once into an empty net, to seal the victory. Zelke, Scott McAvoy, Bob answered goals In the final stanza, including two while they were a man short, for the McCombie, Gary Soetaert and I win. Rick Zaparniuk notched sin- Osmond paced the Elks' at- gles for the Oilers. Tom Wil- son, Doug Cinnamon and Greg Jessome replied for the Pack- ers. Only seven minor penalites were called in the game, four to Cold -Lake. Elks reached the A final with a decisive 7-1 triumph over Regina Rangers Sunday mom- ing. Elks led 2-1 after 40 minutes and then fired home five tin- Eight teams in running at Taber TABER (Soecial) Eight teams are still in the running for top honors in the annual Taber Pee Wee hockey tourna- ment that winds up this eve- ning. Four teams will do battle in the B side of the tourney while four more have reached the semi-finals of section A. This morning. Taber Chiefs were to meet North Glenmore of Calgary in one B section semi-final while Braeside of Calgary met Blairmore in the other, the B division final is set for six o'clock this evening. In section A competition, Lethbridge Marlands tangle with Feraie in one semi-final while in the other Cranbrook takes on Fort Saskatchewan. The A final is set for to- night. In action Sunday Cranbrook won twice, 9-1 over West Val- ley California and 7-3 over another California dub Coast Cities. Olds bested Mffiiken-Ogden of Calgary 4-2, Coast Cities edged Calgary Bowness 2-1, Lethbridge Voyageurs were bounced 10-5 by Blairmore, Lake Bonavista of Calgary dropped a IO-3 decision to Fort Saskatchewan while North G1 e n m ore blanked Calgary West HUlhurst 4-0. Femie won out 8-1 over Etonia. Sask. Blainnore dump- ed Olds 9-5 and Braeside of Calgary stopped Oyen 4-0. tack with two goals. Solo markers came off the sticks of Mark Baldry, Baden Pilling, Meli, Rick Collier and Miles. Gary Struthers averted a shut- out with a first period goal for Regina. Lethbridge picked up eight manors, a 10-minute miscon- duct and a game misconduct. Regina were guilty of su? minor infractions. In the only other game Sun- day, Cranbrook thrashed Kinv berley 12-3 as Terry Lode scor- ed three times. Jack Magro and Trent Tay- lor scored twice each for the winners while singles went to Jim Hrisook, Walt Carston, Dave Dorris, Garry Barrett and Ted Faiers. Jay Lilley, Rich Klekowsky and Rick Peacosb scored for Kimberley. Saturday's action saw Re- gina paste Kimberley 11-2, Ed- monton got past Moose Jaw 7-3, the Elks edged Cranbrook 7-6, Cold Lake sapped past Moose Jaw 6-4 and Edmonton trimmed Medicine Hat 9-3. At the conclusion of play Sunday Marty Fritz of Medi- cine Hat received a plaque for receiving the most three-star votes during the tourney. Most valuable player awards went to John McLaughlin of the Elks as top netminder, Dave Morrow of Edmonton was named best defeLceman while Fritz was the tourney's best forward. HOLIDAY BARBER SALON Located in the Holiday Village Mall (Next to 7-11 Store) ANDREW TOLUN, Prop. Required Immediately! FOR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE 2 LICENSED MECHANICS Contact KELVIN MacDONNELL 1 PARTS TRAINEE Contact STEVE MOLNAR 304 Stafford Drive North Lethbridge, Alberta Get the Winter Laziness out of your Car! Spring Tuiie-Up 4 at. CARS SPECIAL This Tune-Up Special includes: Replace points and Condenser. Champion Spark Plugs ALSO CHECK All hem Fan Power Steering Brake Fluid Automatic transmission fluid. Adjust timing and carburetor Buy Canadian use Turbo Products ALSO: fyo OIL CHANGE and FILTER SPECIAL! .55 4 quarts of oil ond fitter All grades ef oil.............. Indudn FTM lube job with got fill up. 5 JOHN'S SERVICE STRUCT N, COR 2 AVE. AND 13th STREET N. Phone 328-9419 SPECIALS EFFECTIVE FROM APRIL 23rd TO MAY 5th ;