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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THl lETHUtOGI HMAIO Wcdniuhiy, April If 70- ANDY CAPP Penguins tfqyc Their Backs To The Watt Blues Make It Look Easy In SI Louis Jets Take Two-Game Lead Seth Martin Brilliant ST. LOUIS (CP) St. Louis Blues are on the doorstep of the Stanley Cup final series for the third season in a row, thanks to a 41-ytar-old record-setting goalie and a JO-year-oJd centre. Goalie Jacques col- lected his Hth career thutout in playoff action while centre Fnuik St. Marseille provided three goals in a 5-0 Bines van over Pittsburgh Penguins Tues- day right. The win gave the Blues a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven Na- tional Hockey League West Di- vision final. The Penguins face elimination should they lose the sixth game of the series Thurs- day night in Pittsburgh. If the Bhies win tomorrow, they will start the final here Sunday against Boston Bruins, the East Division winners. St. Marseille, who sat out the fourth game of the semi-final at Pittsburgh after suffering a cut over the right eye, scored his fir'st three-goal performance with the Bhies. PLAY 'BEST GAME' "Chances come, and you put SPOKANE, Wash. (CP) "We played a good game, but there is no doubt about it, Seth Martin was the difference." Ike Hi'debrand, coach of Oril- lia Terriers, was assessing his team's 4-0 loss to Spokane Jets Tuesday night in the second game of the Allan Cup senior hockey final. And Martin was the difference with a capital D. The 35 -'year old goaltender blocked 34 shots for his Hth vic- tory in 15 playoff starts this year. He has allowed only J4 goals in that stretch. "He played a whale of a said Hildebrand, whose club trails M) in the best-of- seven series which resun here Thursday night. Clay To Fight? Study Request NEW ORLEAKS A petition by former world jieayy- 'us to fight champion Joe Frazier in Toronto in July is under study by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. weight boxing champion Cassii Clay requesting permission Canadian Colt Registers. Win NEWMARKET, E r g 1 a n d (Reuters) The Canadian- bred colt Kijinsky, owned; by American millionaire Charles KngeDianl won the Two Thou- sand Guineas run over one mile here today. David Robinson's Yellow God was second and the French coil Hoi Soleil finished third of 14 runners. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES IETHBRIDGE for Estimotn Phona JACK FUllER 328-2515 conviction. His petition, Clay is out on bail pending hi appeal of the conviction on Jui? 20, 1967, of a violation of the Selective Service Act. He was stripped of his title after the filed April 22, does not give a specific dale bui says the fight would take place in the Maple Leafs Gardens in Toronto. It also says that 70 per cent oi the total revenues earned by all parties to the match for televi- sion and motion picture rights would be aelr] in escrow for the court pending Clay's return from Canada. As an alternative it suggested that Clay post a cash bond. Clay, Frazier and Ifaple Leaf Gardens have an agreemen with Sports Action, Inc., of New York the petition says. Sports Action would act as exclusivi agent for the world-wide distri bution and sale of television arx motion picture coverage of the match. Clay- and Sports Action, Inc. would together be entitled to 71 per cent of those revenues which would exceed an esti mated says. the petition "We had better scoring oppor- unilies in the first period but we didn't lake advantage of hem. Then in the second we opened up a bit and they scored." Martin bad the support of a flying makeshift line made up of two forwards picked up from sfher Western International loclcey League teams and a rookie who brought the Spokane earn to fife after a scoreless first period. Peter Vipond, recruited from S'elson Maple Leafs, Ron Hus- :on, star centre with Cranbrook Royals and the WIHL's leading scorer during the regular sea- son, and rookie Brian Stiimbiski each scored once for Uie Jets. Ken Gustafson and Don Scherza scored the other goals for Spokane. Vipond, 21, who played junior hockey with Oshawa Geuerak, finished fifth among W1HL scor- ers with 28 goals and 36 assists and was rookie of the year. Al- though he played centre with the Leafs, be was converted to right wing when be joined the Jets, The Orillia coach said it was the first shutout his team had suffered all season on their way to the Eastern Canada senior hockey championship. Another thing the Jets had going for them was screaming fans, Hildebrand said. "You get that many people on your back in a small rink and you feel like you are in a ]2-by- 12 room." Hildebrand said he will not do anything different for Thurs- day's "the same old thing, only better." He said he hoped defenceman Mike Draper would arrive in time for- the next game. Job commitments kept him in Oril- lia for the first two games. them game. "I he said after liked the way the PUnle stopped only 21 Pittsburgh shots to score the record-setting shutout. PUnle had held the previous record of 13 playoff shutouts with Turk Broda, the farmer star of Toronto Uaple Leafs. The Blues, unhampered by the fierce checking the Penguins had displayed in the last two games at Pittsburgh, took 35 shots at Smith, who came the Penguins' inability to generate any dangerous offensive drives, Red Kewly was optlndsUe about his team's chances of staying alive in the series. "I don't think they outskaied us so bad. We just let them skate around unchallenged. "We've bounced back all year. We're Dot a team to fold. We started off pretty well, but those three early said all along it doesn't make any difference which game we win here. We just have to win, and now it has to be the seventh game." Two of the Penguins' three early penalties were easily killed off but St. Marseille's first goal came during the third power play. Referee John Ashley called seven minor penalties against each of the teams along with a misconduct to Heard LOUIS J FITTUUMII 1 flnt SI. Louis, St. Mar. seilie 1 si. LouU, Boudrias 2 (Griy, ft. Pugar) renames Sather Hextall Wilson Rotortt Pktrtf Second Ptriod-3. St. Louis, St. Mill; 3 (McDonald) i SI. Loub, EccWltcne 2 (Pkafd, Boudrab) Penalties McCailltm iM, Pica id, B. PJager JfeDoniU BtrenMn Third Perlod-5. St. tools, SI. J (McCreary) Penalties St. Marseille Schock SMMr Pkerd (nilxinliKl) by 41 it-n Blues. 1S.473. Upset Victory In Derby Trial played is the best game we've played against them yet." After a day when the outside temperature reached 92, the ice got soft in the sweltering arena, packed with fans. "The ice was a little said St. Marseille, "but that works against both teams." St. Marseille's first goal came midway through the First period when he carried in on the right wing and fired the puck at Pittsburgh goalie Al Smith from about 30 feet out. Smith moved too late and the puck bounced olf his shoulder into the net. "That first goal was a hell of a shot, and it was a tig said Blues coach Scotty Bow- man who prpised his players for their strong checking. POWER PLAY PAYS St. Marseille scored his sec- ond and Blues' 15th playoff pow- er-play goal in the second pe- riod when be took a pass near the side of the Pittsburgh net and fired from a sharp angle. Karly in the third period. Bill McCreary moved in directly in front of the Penguins netrairjder and slipped a quick pass to SU Marseille who flipped the puck over Smith's shoulder to wrap up the scoring. Andre Boudrias got one of the other St. Louis goals when he took a perfect pass from Terry Gray. Tim Ecclestone counted the other goal in the second pe- riod'when the Blues' Ab Jic- Docald was sitting out a minor penalty. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) William C. Robinson's Admi- ral's Shield charged from far behind Tuesday to upset a stel- lar field in the Derby Trial Stakes and earn a berth in Saturday's Kentucky Derby. Admiral's Shield, with Jimmy Nichols aboard caught Califof- nia Derby-winner George Lewis in the final 16th of a mite and won with plenty to spare. Supreme Quality, owned by Walter Kitchen of Toronto, fin- ished fifth in the field of 10. Supreme Quality pulled up with a deep cut in his right rear foot. The coU has a history of kicking himself as be runs, but Weekend at LEO SINGER'S When only nationally advertised brand merchandtM n told MEN'S SUITS A special selection Ideal for graduation or. oil occasion. 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Phont 327-3958 Stampeders Sign Pair CALGARY (CP) Halfback )on Summers and offensive ineman David Sterritt have jeen signed by Calgary Stara- jeders, the Western Football Honf e r e n c e team announced Tuesday. Summers, an import, five- feet, nine-inches and 190 pounds played with Oregon State Uni- versity in 1963. Last season he tried out with Winnipeg Blue Bombers, but was cut. Sterritt, six feet and 245 pounds, was co captain at the University of Waterloo last year and was fourth round drift choice of the Stampeders in the college draft. He is a non-import. Stampeders have signed 18 players for the 1970 season. Bruins Will Be Hitting BOSTON (AP) Coach Harry Sirden says his Boston Bruins will hit hard in practice, even at the risk cf injury, in order to remain sharp for the Stanley Cup final. "The problem is Sinden said cf the layoff his team is having while St. Louis end Pittsburgh battle for the other berth in the final series. "We certainly can't cruise through several days of prac- tice. We must have some hard work and some good contact work. We certainly don't want anyone hurt at stage of the game. But we have, to take the risk to.stay sharp." The Bruins, who wound up their sweep over Chicago Black Hawks in the East Division final lart Sunday, will have been idle from competition at least a week before starting the Cup final. St. Louis now lead the West Division final 3-2. If the Blues win the sixth game Thursday night, the final series will open in St. Louis Sunday. If the Western scries goes the full seven games, the final will start on Tuesday night, the site depending on who wins in the West. St. Louis will get the home ice advantage if it is Uie Bruins' op- ponent, but Boston will have the home edge a Pittsburgh makes the finals. Sinden said Gerry Cbeevtrs, who sparkled in goal through the Chicago series, will open in the nets in the finals. trainer Lloyd Gentry bad hoped the habit bad been corrected. Michael G. Phipps' Panicum Repens finished third, with Ethel D. Jacobs' High Echelon, Supreme Quality and Allen and Frankel's Fish Market trailing. Diane Crump, as the lirsl female ever to ride in the derby trial, apparently lost her bid to be the first girl derby rider when Fathom faded from just off the pace and finished sev- enth in the one-mile trial, two furlongs shorter than Saturday's darby. After a night and a day of steady rain, the track was in a condition that might not yield as big an effect on the deity status of the trial horses as might oth- erwise have been imagined. The trial was timed in 1- 5, with the winner paying S42, and George Lewis paid and and Panicum Repens re- turned SURE DERBY ENTRY The victory for Admiral's Shield almost certainly puts the bay son of Crazier into the derby, and trainer Harvey Van- ier already has announced that Nichols will ride him in the added classic. George Lewis, too, almost is certain for a derby start after liainer Buster MiUerick said he wanted only a stout effort from the handsome colt and didn't even bother to put special mud shoes on for the race. John Jacobs, who took over training duties of the family stable after the death of his father earlier this year, said before the trial that High Eche- lon is a derby horse no matter where he finished. High Eche- lon will be' part of a deity en- try with Sood Memorial-winner Personality. Meanwhile, the derby lost two probable Red aad Vfflager-and when Rancho Lejos, owned by businessman Steve Carson and attorney Irving Apple, left Hol- lywood Park by plane for Louis- ville. Arnold Wuuck, trainer of Corn Off The Cob, is one who fears the possibility of the first off track for a derby since Carry Back's victory in "Too much he said, "probably would eliminate us." With official entries for the derby not due until Thursday morning, a probable field of IS is shaping up for the Run for the Roses. ELRICH TIRE LTD, SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago .......12 Pittsburgh 11 St. Lo-jls 9 Philadelphia lo New York Montreal 5 West 15 Pet. .750 .411 .K'l .556 .Til .UO .ai, .350 .300 Registrations Friday Night lite Lethbridge Minor Base- ball Association will hold reg- istrations Friday evening for their newly-formed league, The local association will stage 2 baseball league for boys 16, 17 and 18. It will mark Ihe first lime Ihcse three age groups have been formed as one unit. The registrations will get un- der way at seven o'clock at the Civic Centre. All games in the new league will be played under the lights at Henderson Park rather than at Dave Elton. W, Cincinnati San Francisco Lcs Ar.seles Atlanta Kowton Diego..... TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Hands 3-D at Plltsbursh Moos: tn II Atlanta Nash M at St. UcTi Culver M) N Grlifh M or Wilson M at Cincinnati Merrllt 4-1 Philadelphia JscVson 1-2 tl Los An- eres Osteen 1-3 N Montreal Scarma at San Diego Roberts 1.2 N New York Koosman 0-2 at San Fran- cisco Marlcha! M TUESDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta IM an tcl- I st. uoii aaa m 7 IM) (7) and King. Didier Torre, (2-3) Taylcr (9] and Torre. HRs: Boyer Aaron (71; StL Allen Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl Balltmofi Dflroil Washington West 12 13 e .7tt .at .at .m .675 Ml .3U .353 Kansas City 6 II Milwaukee 5 TODAY'S 'GAMES' Detroit Kilkenny CO at Kassai city Draco 1-1 N Cleveland Hands 0-J. it Minnesota ES'lTmsra Pairr-r M It Slsk 00 t) Mlimukee 2-3 at Wnhtoa- ton Bosnian 2-2 N California Messersmlth M or Oaf- rett IM) at York, Cumbcrlmd'141 oaklard Dobson 1-3 at Boston Sto- bert' 0-1 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Pirtstwroii M n j rhltzmm (3-2) Col born I nalhy (7) and Rudolph, tn (11 Aber i, Martin Frank Beard Making Move NEW YORK (AP) Frank Beard moved into the weekly top 10 leaders of professional golf's 1970 money winners with his victory IT the Tournament of Champions Sunday, the PGA Tournament Players Division announced Tuesday. Beard's triumph in the Tour- nament o( Champions earned him and placed him sev- enth on the money list with Fof the fifth consecutive week, Lee Trevino leads with Bobby Hull Could Be Trade Bait CHICAGO (CP) A report [hat Chicago's superstar Bobby Hull may go to current today and general man- ager Tommy Ivan of the Black Hawks said "nothing is far- fetched" when asked lor com- ment. "We will all sit down one of these days and discuss the past season and start laying plans for next the National Hockey League manager said Tuesday. "This is a routine thing we always do about two weeks after a season ends. "f can't make any comment now on trides. Is the report about Bobby farfetched? Well, nothing is farfetched today." A Chicago sports cohimirisl wrote Tuesday that the Black Hawks will make a major trade before the NHL meetings in June and that one of their super or Stan may be involved. "The overwhelming consensus is that the super player who shall go is Bobby Hull rather than Stan wrote Bill Gleason of the Sun-Times.. Walker [3-1) Dal canton It) Gl-jsti (7) and Sanguilten. HRs: san- gm 1 [31. Houston m m OC1-J 11 J Cincinnati M 1 i Lemaster (1-3) Rah (J) ar.d Edwards: Nolar, (4-f) Granger at and Bench. HRs: Ctn Pere! CUlj Howtcn Mayfcerry New Yark Me M on-1 t San Franctso IM aga I Gentry 12-0) VcCraw ard Dyer; Perry (2-3) Reberger o (2-2) Grant (6) Segul (I) ind Fernar.dei, Duncan [Bit Lea (M) Jarvjs Lyle and MOMS. HRs: Bos A. Cor.lsllaro 12) Andrewi California 000 M 5 t New Yark OM r) 1 Wrlshl 13-3) Fisher (I) and Azcue; Peterson (2-2) Hamilton (9) and Him- son. HRs: NY WoooH (3) Pitenvi Cal McMullen s OH aaa-1 u.: i Kansas City OM 001 000-1 Nielro and Fteetua! Bunder (0-S1 Wright [3) (I) and Camp- an-s. Hrs! Det Kallne (II: KC -inlella Schaal (11. Milwaukee OM 120 103- 14 1 Washington 201'Ml 1 Landeric.ue (1-2) Meyer IS) O'Dono- 9h-je (7) and McNerfcey; Svch (1-1) (5) Pina (9) and Rosetoro, Casanova (SI. HRs: Wash Howard (d) tl) Rodrlguei (1) Mil Savage (1) Walton Baitiirwra jao 010 001-4 l IM 100 000-1 I 1 Cuellar [3-D end HendrlcVs; JanesM (M) Mv-rpriy ard Joseplison. Hrj: Bill Pcwll HI; CM Melton Cleveland OM 110 7 1 Mlniwsila 001 OM OM- 1 1 Moore (2-1) Hernigan (9) and Fonei Perry (3-1) amd Mitlerwald., LEAGUE LEADERS Mantreal tn MI San Diege Mr W-7 13 OM OU-) Renko (1-J) and Balemai; Coomhs RMS Roterts Herbel (M, Corkli-s <9) and Barton. Cannll- zaro HR: Mtl LEAGUE LEADERS Pan, Cln "rty, Ati SF Money, PMI Clemente, Pitts All SF Cardenal. St. L 74 W 3S 72 u W .393 73 .3e3 2S .312 Hunt, SF 51 Bcrds, SF..... 75 Home RUTS: perei, Clnchr.all, 11; Aaron, Atlanla. 7. Runs Batted In: Perei 24; Ch'cago, Pllchlng: Hands, Chicago, M, T.OOO; Seaver, New York, 1.000: Culver SI. Lours, M, 1.000; No'an, Clnclmatl, 4-0, 1.000. Alyea. Mi-.n P. Kelly, KC A. Johnson, Cal AparJcIo, Chi Pinson, Clev 19 .411 II .375 27 .370 22 JS1 F. Robinson, Eslt X 12 M .357 D. Johnson, Bait 25 357 Carew, Mirn n 7 U .357 Hoiriey, mi a 1 23 .354 Monday, Oak M 24 .353 Home Runs: Walton, 7; Mincher, Oakland, and Howard, Wash- ington, d. Runs Bafted In: Alvea, Mlnnesott, Jl< Walton, 23. Pitcnl-g 3 Decision: J. Ot- trclt, and Tlant, Mlanesota, M, l.OOB. PRO BASKETBALL ABA Planffl Division Semffinah Western ofvlsln FlMhl Washingtcn 119, Denver Denver wins beil ot 7 series 4-i The ID money leaders: Trevino, Gary Player, Billy Casper, Dick Lolz, J69.321; Miller Bar- ber, Bob Limn, Beard, Tony jacklin, Bruce Devlin, and Bert Yancey, TIRE SALESMAN REQUIRED Excellent opportunity with expanding Ounlop FrantMw In eslobliihccl lernlory- Good starling jalary plus commis- sion. are proven sales ability and some V.nowledpo of Tire Troefe. Sales ond expenses provided. Appfy by ai relivtrnf Information to DUNLOP TIRE 1203 2nd AVE. S, jBowlingl Highs CAPRI (OWL SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Eechlhold 361 Jim Freel 372; C. Vai Wyk 294 (7331: Nun- W; Frank Bernnart 275; Len Halmresl m; BUI Jer.ien Can HtCtmiSti Rcy LaValler 230; Scotty MIXED LEAGUES BOLL OFF S'd Pollock 313; Bill Hleucka Vll Rjmsay VlcVers 299; Tak KaUka.rl W; Joftn 2M; Bill Taylor Dea Salmon E'aine Bro-Aii Pfcvl 363: Faye Teruya 364; Jean Cr.rlsUe Warg Roth 3S5. Htrrs ROLL OFF Bill Hamilton }70; George Petrunlo Gut !95; Slen McDon- ald 278 Lyla i58; Al Lip. lak !S9; Slfele 231; Verda Ham. lllon 133; Edllh 233< Way Hie- bert Bergman 243; t-ln- da Kovey 1SI. CUP CHAMPIONS LONDON (CP) The Arae- rial soccer team of England de- fealed Andertechl of Belgium 3- 0 Tuesday night to win the Eu- ropean Fairs Cup with a 4-3 ag- gregate. FARM SPECIAL! Kt REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each APPOINTMENT wish le that JOHN BURLA Hat been appointed ot our SERVICE MANAGER John den In tin In for over JO ywn flnd is wtll qwtifixf to enltf yov wrm any of yovt tirt pvfchvm- ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE SALES t SERVICE ;