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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBKIUGE HERALD Moncfciv, April 24, JUBILATION AS RANGERS WIN Jubilanl York Rangers iwarm goalie Gilles Villemure (33j afler iheir 6-2 over llie Chicago Black doy night. Tlie win gave the Rangers a four-game sv.-erp over Ihe Hawks and earns the New Yorkers a bcrtn Nnlional League finals for the f: Oilier Uanncrs in ihc picture arc, frc-.; (16.1, Gary Doak Phil Gene Cam. St. Louif offers little opposition ST. LOUIS (CP) TJhey're lling it Ilic longest vvhkc In alional Hockey League And vilh pood reason. j St. Louis Blues are either an tpansionist joke or are subject-g loyal fans and Boston ruins lo an overplayed scene om old Roman days when ey ted Christians to the lions. The Blues offered more lan token resistance while eing led once again to the auRhter S u n tl a y afternoon, ailing 7-2 to the overpowering ruins. Follosving up 6-1 and in-: ruin victories nt Boston it marked Ihe third raight flame in the besl-of-even Stanley Cup semi final bal St. Louis suffered through rials and tribulations. The Blues opened iin early 1-0 ad on Mike Murphy's power-lay goal at and had tlie eavily-favored Bruins reeling or Ihe first five minutes before oston recovered for a 3-1 lead oing into the second period. AW IT COMING "We expected them to come ut said Boston general lanager Milt Schmidt, I elt if we could hold them for le first period we'd take hem." However, Schmidt, the one-me Bruins' centre ace of the amed Kraut Line, would not arard a prediction on the out-ome of game No. 4 here Tues-av night starting r.t 7 p. in. 1ST. H Ihe Bruins win here Tucs-ay night, Ihey will meet New Ifork Rangers in Ihe Stanley 'up final. The Rangers reached he final by beating Chicago Black Hawks e-2 Sunday to semi-Iinal scries in fa-.ir slrniriht The Bines willtd Saiifiny eacli from John c-ld Mike V.'.-llcn. Vclcrniy Kd broke the .it of Ihe first period, ac.dcd p.notV.er about t-.vo minutes b.t'.-r. nnd Phil i vi i L'> r !r r: for .-i r o h i c i.i i n v-vccrr-i f.c n H ro in I'.e E( ;.s G 1 arc! (he blues m UK.- Una! '2') uu ules. f I'.l. c i ui T ii r r o rr Johnston's shrrp rcc'ex'.-s and [he firepower that produced n 1 5: -ix-'l Monlrcal scries v.'ith ru and UK- Fir-! S'.rnfL JoV-n nuryk-Mr I-. ?n lin? closing on Ihc i 1 ;i in plnynirs, .sol 1 v trin two yc-nrs i'i ".in The lire n' in -'r'i lt-Ti in c N( u Ihi.i 'n'-i first rc-i'-M l.: St. f Tii.V "Th.pv v 'ir kc'H us in "c." Jo.'in-nn 5r'.'-rl t! linic.-i duii'-'T r- BniiiTs anjcni-t-rt la iri allncl; on said InC RfjJitOSl rrruh. "v you prt that .'ihcrvl, bound tn IT'JJX. "Hut ''on'l D-" li j Irf. up it we pby in liin added. COTTON 7 ST. LOUIS I i 7 fR.ircl.V. f' ".V- -i' 1 P. r- f i i ;r, i r, U Orr r if'-n-l I -i .i i 5 7 1 i -TiDV ____ _ V.ORSVN' J l C? JL five bti dominat Five Ixthbritlfle Stingrays came up v, ith individual efforts and their swim club to an easy 34J-133 victory over the visiliii'.: Medicine Hat Marlin Aquatic cluh in a dual sv.im nice ;it Ihe Family "V" pool Colleen Carmichatl, M a r y Ann Hughes, Marlcnc CouHcr, Gavin Kcnlon anil Hoscl-fon splashed their way 10 [oui first place finishes in (heir re-spec ive divisions lo Hip local club in their lop sitla total point v.in. Other S'.vimmers who fared well in the one-day even! included Carrie Hughe.-; up two firsts nnd Ihe like nuin ber of thirds and Ann i who racked up a lirst, 1 i seconds and a third. Both girl-swam in the girls' am under class. In Ihe boys' rr.d nmkT en egopy C a I v i n earned two first pfate CZ7 i' e meet Mclonic Fenton borne v.ilh two firsts and .seronds in In? girls' 10 and under while llc-atlicr I'.eid aided with a ECC-i r.d Brad Koskovrich paced Ihe Iriys' 10 ape] under Kronp vviMi a first nnd three .seconds. Jarncs in with two firsts and scconf Tcil added two seconds and a third. In tho girls' n r.nd 12 a R e ijroiip Michelle CrisiHon loilow-cd Carmichad's [jerfoi-mance a fir.it. second anc a third place finish. Tct! Ilanrcn led tha hoys' II i nil 1.! class f-.vo first's and v.o aecrmds s'.-hile hi.s brother T m added t'.vo firsts, a second nnd third place ribhons, .lames Irvine managed a and third place finishes. Jt-an Grefjory v.enl h n m e with first, second and lliin plac-e honor.s in Ih? senior category while Snedf Joiirdan followed v.ith see-In stTjior Donj; Pcrrjrson placed second twice vhile Hob Van Schaik earned two seconds and twn thirds. More sport on 10 1 i- Rinke loses in final CALGARY (Special) _ Carmen Riakc of Lcthbridge reached the championship round in he 147 pound class in the Western Canadian Amateur box-ng finals, hut went home empty handed as he suffered l loss Saturday. Rinie, the Alherla boxing champion in his weight faced Dennis Bercicr of tfanitoha in the finals, who earned Ihe viclorv wilh a TKO at the mark of the first round. Five of the in titles up for ?rabs went lo Manitoba while Columbia Irwk home three. All winners will compete in Jie Canadian championships in Saskatoon May 26 and EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE TV MONDAY, MAY 1st at 8.30 p.m. CHANNEL 2 MOHAMMED ALI-CHUVALO LIVE FROM VANCOUVER Excluiivo circuit coverage for cable TV viowon PHONE 328-1222 NOW DAY OR NIGHT For your coble TV hook-up Tr 'd V..: 5. Si c i L_r.r r B.i'i-rV i' r, .1 3 11 Aiicndinco said 1 M >i R 0 1 i M I'Vliljijj M tj HPa 01 Ri H IN FyfrflEvlM u M! ffl c York lia.i 'Ni r iiy h.il i: 1 lui- KI 01 me second pc nd for Can1, the nervous )cikiu fvoni SI. i 11 iliak'M 1 -c C m ,i i.. c.iM' I'-.i-S 1 i i M: .lls fa- 1 tin- in soorcd his tii-.sl playoff lal mi a plav with linc-lalcs Wall 'Ikac.'uk and Hill ai'bairn, v.ho had another v JrUylo L Tlk1 ti-.-i.''" fo'jr- r.v.-ndous night as penally v ;.v. -i MI ivui I'V v .1 serond poal o( ]'m's--.-Mi ;irri o ;i t'lnl ,n.u i.i.s itnirui 01 inn 'S S ilc.'l :1. ll.ul- M fidd ynilir; lie .1 -.ir Kill h? vie! ovy v ;t clfiv.l, as V.-.L; nil I l'-o '1 nnarl- f c--.1- in: I u.-lrvy Vn.ilrcal i I'-'1.' av'l LIU.-UM iivii .SCIJI Ill'i at of the third period. lions. can .-.v.cpl in fasl In take n nfcctly-tiiiicd pass from Hade-Id. OVEH TIRE river only the series fci'U IIU D p.i.-..- l-i f i- 1 Til'" '.I liver won the 1 -1 i i ujiir I'.iiim's, nui H was incir t'-. loam, K'.-rt-c'.cr penes victory over I'.i; 1- i i.i ;in C-L- The 1-Uingc-is, to T'. 1 s-.-ri c-1 I'i? "..1 or last their llnce Stanley s in 1P-10. hralin" CUP 1 P trfl 023 CHV- 4 IS -IP-M PINALS pt> CIO Ol-- S 5 3 SE.M-t-irJALs vealo 191 C" iw i-o l com liave r.ot Ijccn in a cup E G L F 111) tincl F rynan, T -i-ii [t) r u r j T> v.. F.VJVV -iv.i'o v.hc-il they tat 43 ill Vcrk J P 17 ].Q) ('1C' -i J .1 1 to IVro'l J 0 -1 9 PI jLlrir-- MI I i Vcrk i- -Ins tC5f-c! r-i 3 7 0 -I U'.il'., in ii'avoffs for i (in c: 112 a Lc--' r'ry ii! liiiiL'. hart four F G VJ L F A Mm, H-' (f 1J 1 F 'i 'T 1 L i r.'; IM] four in (he sr.rj 1 Anrcn n r'ri-in 1 ,1 it v.as Hie lilack Hawks plavcd sr' LK''' 3 l Houslcrj 105 KO 0! 17 1 du'vi-.hiii c; Pitlshin-i'l] and New CiO CI2 Cl 7 7 1 i: t ..i Hi me? i York and moved into Ihinl A Pli. ucy, LI 6 9 rr, Ctiivcr O-' J 9) iln'l FcJv. tTr.'Jj Mcr-1, T.'rr i P.c -UKI liu place ahead of JIauvica Hiehard 1 13 (1) C5) x- lioa'L Y.'.1- H viir; Cup SLOTim; n, n 13 :L 7 (51 ,-inJ PadT, H---1 7 IC'i: Hr-L' C) iF v.vir.-l 1'1'TS lirs 129 playoff poiats 8 l.) _l-rp1ll Y 4 9 (1) CJ. pi.jy] for Jiockcl. i. if.'f.'V 6 i'i i'i I'T i 1 arc inr.ilc up of t' 6 0 11 Oifl-.Ti.-r. NY 5 S l.ocii CIO 1C 0 i 10 0 .'nrlrc-.-l "1 1- S 0 i iv :n II 5 --ivl r: -i r- H l r-.-1 I'ri! -.-.'I- Tin V 1 A r C 3 6 :-_ D 5 1 1 j is nho 'il't'l S alter thcv won CEY 131 4 HVP! i' cup last spring, with 17G Fr.intisco CC-3 CDJ- 0 7 1 RO'J'.TL! (1.1) a> r-jv.-trfi, C- mlh- a in pames spread 7 1 nuis (1-1) Ilryanf (il HI and TiiK CAT i'i vcars. Gordie Howe of DC- n icjci L-ujst-cF-sevcn 'u "V.'u iai a i rffort 1 roil, also retired, is second r '-id v'i1''' in 15-1 Ycrk. A ChlcaQO 3 Vork v.- ns seven seminal 790 Aftanfn 017 032 II 17 a -r. OV'V 11 ivcairir.-.; his torin V -T.-'-VI" (ii -v. rij r, ilV r r.rol; Sa.i Dicao cw m 170 i :.ltl. -.1 ihveo to final lied 1 C.'' j 0 i 1ry: lo Itirc'1 1> -J i; I> jrr a-1 fW his, r" f "i" i Cup tolals to -1 r- i 1; 1 PJl I-'. T: A' in '17 c L .7 L M i 3 l' ;.''.vl'''' K.M'Jl'in.D (i AMI c. .1 7 U o, r n 0 r. 'id kads toiler 3 j i i t i lir.r-i'-Mtc, l.rei 2 .3.1 V.CST rni'ld 'r: liad t'.vo 3 T' lo'al .six poals leads test ol sc-.en 5 3 in 10 playoff r 3 "S71 ir-r: --.nil- Fpiins and running 1 is City 3 ft ai'i Calircrnlo 25 .134 T 'i V.TS riiifii V'v I'vin M Trp totals lo 18 goals li-n II-.'. .'iiu-d I-: assists in JO Ian Cup Ddr-rle S Grand Falls GAMES Crlrril L-Jich (1-1) nl -a- V'e I-T i tivo bcsl cl seven fG 15 rj Jim I'anpin his lcnds a si. (1 oj at Tt (6 Sdn- ''n-, C'ie 2 ,p'B f v-rrh ui'.i, 411 OllCI 2-1 World Hockey Russia 3 E FlnMr.J Cily CH WO-- 2 11 1 Chicago 100 CIO 3 B T HeJiurd [Q-l J (bt and J. Tony K s p o s i f-i'ivi tljL- circle n to n play vilh n STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE (VI anj Egdrt. Al en (21, Oakland ico cr.i a 3 l iViicnriGla 2DI 03r- B 13 0 Hcllzrran (1-1) Scgui Ul 'i) Ht an.J Di'tican; B si'T r.oi KEW YORK (AP) L Pet. OBL If -nfrtvl S I .633 C) rnd Jackscn i: [ir.-it at Dolpliins meel York; J 1 .t-'-T 'lil' 3 11 1 1 1 rc'iiod. City Chiefs in Kansas Cily he vT.'; up and i Suv.dnv. Kapl. 17 in one of 'iVtvJrgh 4 3 .571 IVi Chlca-jO 3 4 3C2 a 3 Rynn (1-1) Murpriy R. (A) llr.clncld in li-oni of the National LcLis 1 4 J Pirn D HRv CD! 's plt.y f'-'td it Ijall I.eaTr.c'.s 1H72 rs ..72 .779 (1) ''u11 The regular 4 751 Dicqo S York of Btilon v.-ilh Jarre-1.! an Foil ....iiednlc. announced i- i AT UP. DAY ii: o (he also lists 37 .700 .V'j C v.inndi; 2 i .3.35. Kansas Cd CM 073 from Clrr- Ho of piori! llian CC3 t 4 1 fl.ll y.'iy, (201 i'j. a c .ni' nj. tv( na (lie 13-Tainc lo rani licnic n :r at Dallas rame City 7 E 0 ChiCiiqo CC2 CIO CU- 3 1? 0 ccord ar.ionj: the ;ind Ret fC 1 j n Q33 Kl "L- Lou SH B flUl H M P] rV- 'v 1 I." V. v was nt Denver last ra Is H H R] f -1 -1 f.'-.v E Ss' iiH BH l3 TiiC! regular sr-ason i I.-, 17 v.illi Ihc Super z _') i oc pinyra at i.os Angclc.s .Ian. 1-1. The three Ii r i i--i y- in tlin American and Conferences plu.s M 't in rac fTnrfi ho't JV. p I'ccord will rjuality (or Fiy Puncture WSESTLING 1 V TONIGHT! T -A EXHIBITION -.-si-'. :ilO t.n.-l LEE vs POKTZ rmd il j M flff 55-1 (KAMATA LOCKED IN DRESSING 4 EXCITING HATCHES ;