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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IF1HBRIDGE HE5AIO Fricltty, April 78, 1972 Sunday nil! ns finals vet under way igures bruins have learned all they can Mohloit f [il'lor the Drains throupli a i (lours (or workouts in New York Johnson, un-pvorkont Thursday al wbirh re York porlers were Iru'iltMt quests. lo hide. i Johnson's remark was in rcf- nul nuiL'li new these ercncc to coach KmiU; Kriiiicis' learn lu'lwwn praolicc of keeping Ms New now imd siiicl Jolmsim i York Haulers hcliiurt closed (his The Rangers meet lie Bruins liort? Sunday iiflcnxxm at noon MDT, in the first tfame nf I heir hi'sl-of-stivcn Stanley Cup final FIELDS QUESTIONS Emile Francis, coach and gen- eral manager of Ihe York Rangers, (ields questions ol press confijronce held at Madison Square Garden in New York. Fronds stands o chance of piloting his club to the Slonfoy Cup for the Firs' lime in 22 years. (AP Wire-photo) is busy YOUR (AP) t-'rancis had his attache case packed and was on his way to (he airport for a quick Irip lo Providence. '1 have only fiol a couple of minules." he told a group of re- porters waiting tor him. "Cloi. lo catch [i plane." general manager-coach of New York Hangers was on Ihe run aijain. Just a few minutes before he hail been on the ice. ninninr; his hockey cluh through a prlielling workout, as they pre- pared for the National Ilockcy l.eapue's Stanley Cup final play- off sr-rh-s. That Francis the roacti at work. lie uas on his way lo Providence to announce that the SPORTS FISHING, anglers are slill like the season late. Kisli aiirt wildlil'c officers Ihroujjhuul the south report llial tlieve jusl hasn't heuti llial much action so fin1 tins year from the fishermen. Even at Henderson Lake in (lie city which has Ijeon throwing out some (airly good sized lioiit in recenl days, (he hulk of the action has been with the young- sters. There have hcen. in fad, very lew anglers along Hie shoreline. Perhaps the 70 plus above weather of recenl days will spur sonic msects into aelivity and Din trout in turn will follow. Have nol iced con- siderably more action on Iho water surface at Hen- derson in recent days. II may soon be time to wot those flics. Mami Lake near Mountain View is about the only body ol water which seems to be good lo the anglers. As of last weekend. Chain Lakes Reservoir west of iXanton was stilt covered with ice. -Should be honey- combed by now. Kor northern pike Ihc action lias been at Horsefly Reservoir south of Tabor and 'not loo bad' al Kincastle Reservoir. Chin Lake. Cross Coulee and Ridfje Heser- Thursday's workout was [irst for the Bruins since Ihcy wound up their scnii-Iinal in SI. Louis Tuesday with a four-game sweep over the Bines. The ease wilh which Ihc Bruins h a n d 1 c d the Blues prompted speculation here thai Ihe Boslon squad might lake a game or two before up to a championship pitch against the K'.mgeis. JOHNSON niSAGHUKS J o ii u s o n, however, doesn't subscribe to the theory llial a team needs a touch, scven- ganie scries lo he sharp for it.s next opponent. "I think somelhing like tho hurls more than it said tlie Boslon coach. "Thai can oflen lake too much oul o[ club. Raniiois be shiriinp ihcir have been comini; up some pike, but the rlovolc.pmcnt team from Omaha hils fpw. Amateur boxing card ready to go CT7 "I know tlic Ulues said il burl them iifler they liatl lo go seven panics tlic "Minnesota Xortli Slurs then go in against us after we iirul a week off." .Tolmson said he doesn't tliink the four-liny rest liis club will have before Sunday will ImrL any more llian New York (hiH si1 ven clays Lo rest its ailing members. i'ynncis siml a tier New York's fcinr-fjamo sweep over Chicago Black Hawks which ended Sim- The Lclhbridgc Amateur llox-, ing Club luive added the final touches to (heir first figlil card of Ihe IH72 season set to go Sat- urday. The one clay event will lea- Lure 14 hauls which will gel under way at 7 p.m. at (he Hen- derson Lake Ice Centre. Fighters from Brocket. Card- stou, Cranln'Qok, Rocky Mouu- of Ihc Hncky Moun- tain House Boxing Club. Chk-imoon is the current AT- hdln diampiun and Ihc 1971 Pan-Arn Games ami Canadian ebeinipion while Anderson is credited with the 1971 Pan-Am Games and Canadian champion as well as Ihe 1372 Alb c r 1 a champion. Chief moon is cate- gorized in Ihe weight grcup while Anderson fights usually in NIC- 1'tf-pountl clnss. Few oilier fijthls on Ihe card lain House and the host l.clh- bridge cluh are on the card and should provide lop- 1 will include Conrad Sinccnncs uolch entertainment. I from Iho hosl dull taking on Featured will be a double I Louis of Momv main event with four ol Iho lilln IImlsc lllc 12-' elass al Pi L PCI. DQL Cumberland, IC-I '81 dnd Mealy. HRs 12) Luti S, in i f 7 o A 7 0 'ODAY j G 17! and i Mm-i- (A) Bryant York 5lotHc Grots Cinci 496 H 370 (8) ond Grc'c; 6) and Baricn, (1) Kli CIO i 11 Qh 007 100 4 9 I, JinraflilO Uorbon IJ Concepcirn (1 LOJ Argerct L shall (7) an RT'-Jirrl a LA Gtirvy f nell (11. 1 O-Ot II THURSDAY'S RFSULTS I LEAGUE LEADERS 001 7 1 000 DID 5 cmasler (J o) 1 noccrihclls; DOJ 1 (it, WikKchrn Sims, Diett NATIONAL LEAGUE SloweJl surahs New York coaching job O J H Pet. 12 'ft! Ii 13 .iCfl ing 2 Eirjhl lied XKW YOKK fCP) Tlie Times says veteran defcnceman TlaiT.v Ifowell, v. ho spent. 17 yc.nrs with York will return to Ihc city to become coach of York riiiiftcrs nf I In Ccimm's Men's Den I 5IIOEMAKF.R5 TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEM. An eoiy going for all your leisure living. Sleek slyt'ng in soft crushed grain lealhcr reifncls ihc elegance of today's casual clolh- Inn. Availnblc hlnck-. Ion, Ask lo see the now DroouG in PrairiD Buffalo. o lie in imnorfr-d s Bison. Open Mondays as usual Open Thuri. and Ftl. (ill 9 CAMM'S 103 5lh Street S. ISHOES (lie newly-formed World Hockey Assncinlion. The says announcomcnL of Nosvcll's .sipning will be mado "in ri few clays." FToucll, '.W. completed his 201h National Hotkey League season CcTrlici- this month with Los An- Uclcs Kings. He played willi tlio Rangers from 1952 to and was to the league's all- slnr team in IOCG-G7, when ho also won the rs'orris TYophy as the top flcfcnccinan. He has plnycd MIL pames, leaving him only behind Tim Florlon for dcfcnecmnn. The Timrs says IlowcM aRrecrl (o a Jong-lorni ronlTacI i fnT more Ihsn a ynar. j The newspaper also the Rnirlcrs, who Iwpin operation Lhis fall, have .signed several players, including some from [he NHL, But U quotes a club spokesman as saying: "We'd rrifhcr not a n u ct u n c e their names unlil the players arc lully protected." They're here! SeiberSfeg STEEL BELT! TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, mosf bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! 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