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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE lEIMr.RlDOE HSSAin Aiidt 1771 Hunger-Bruin scries should be physical ik-, I itetVOv' vjly te f f- fefr JUST RESTING Boslon Bruins' defence mon Bobby O llie Rruinr.' praclice session Friday ns team rnnte Don Mnr Bruirs, nieet New York Rangers In the Stanley Cup fj rugged workout Frirloy morning. T r-ils out a -ihorl break in coMo leans on tbe rail. Tlip finnls opening Sunday, bold (AP Wireplioto) Trevino out of slump? DALLAS (APt ''I usually come out ot spring training about this time of the Trevino, vhrj has linil his problems this season, was la Ik- ing about I he four-under-par Cfi that staked him to a share of t b e rain-delayed, first-round lead in the Byron Nel- son rolt H v.-jjs tiie f'fi-t (inie this JGS- srn tliat (ho oJ-yearold product of the Dallas slums, who would like nolhmr; hotter than tn win here, has led or shared the lead M the end nf a round, "I had the lead In the last I round oE the BinfJ Trevino recoiled, "then I left, it in a bunker and made a double The flambnynnl Trsviuo, win- ner of (he Athloln of tbe Year award in 1971, indicated he was ready to regain his form when lie finished third in last week's Tournament, of Champions. He would have had the lead alone here except for a rue- over-par six bo left it in a trap the tbird hole Friday. ''Those par-five holes are kiil- Inp he- said. As it Is, shared the lead INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES ond SERVICE 306 SlolFnrd Drivo Plionn 327-3125 LAWN MOVIES SPECIALS 0 International 19" push- type with finger touch 139.95. Special 9 Infornnlional solid slala with finger touch ilarf. Reg. 159.95. Spcciol International 21" propelled {gear drive) wilh linger loirch start Res. O7Q Special j v.ilh Chi Chi Rodriguez ami Boh Murphy, bolh ol credited improved puLting with their four-under-par elforls nn the 1 Preston Trail Golt Club course. The course wns inundated Thursday with 1'i inches ot rain washed out Iho scheduled firs, round and pushed Ihe tour- nnment back one full day. It's now s'aled to close viilh nn 18- Iwlo round Monday. The rain left the course damp long, hut made for excellent scoring as of tbe l-vi-man field matched nr bettered par on a course that usually plays extremely tough. IIOMF.NU1K HAS 07 The leading trio held a one- stroke lead over a group of five tied at 67: Canadian Will Hom- cnuik ol vrinnippg, Australians Rruce Devlin and Bruce Crainp- ton, and Lan-y Zieyler and Jim Barber. Ben Kern of Toronto had a 73. Billy Casper was one ot a halt dozen at 03, Jack Nicklaus headed a big group at and Arnold Palmer had a 70 despite pair of three-putt greens, STEP UP fo the dirl bike from Yamaha, Greet for camping, hunting, or Jusf around town. The 90cc to 3600cc Fndjroi oro economical, lightweight and proven performeri. They are ready For iha fougheit terroin. They 3G SERVICE Ph. 328-6977 missing inside 13 inches on bolh. "I never pKiy well in the said Trevino, who won six tournaments including three national open (Hies last year. "I don't play well in cold weather for one thing. And I ha- ven't had as much lime to prac- tise this year DS I'd like Lo. I j need to practise a lot." BOSTON1 (CP) For those tinm! fouls who abhor violence on ice, Sunday's Stanley Cup final opener may hold little in- tcvc.st. Doslon Urtnns, almost lo a man, predict n rough scries wilh New York Rangers al- though cuach Tom Johnson cau- tions Mint officiating early in thn scries probably will dictate tho L c in n o of the bcsl-of-scvcn round. Ccnlro Derek Sanderson will in harness for the first time since UIG quarter-finals against Toionlo Maple Leafs, having re- covered from a virus that lias left him weak one! modest. The other Bruins appeared Jiiirdy and milling (o share top billing al any championship card 111 [he coiinlry as (hey froc-wlinclcd through n houi- workout Friday that in- cluded .1 pood-nalurcd hut solirl-hitting scrimmage. "Tliey're loose nnd observed one of (ho fans in the alniosl open-house atmosphere thai prevailed during the Eruins1 preparatory sessions ''They look as though they want to piny and play hard." OPIvN Dozens oE kids and parent- by to watch. In con- trast, the Rangers have bcnn holding seci-el workouls at their Long Island ImJeawny. llVon have to goL tliein, really velcran said of Ihe forthcoming hesl-of-scvcn series tiint starts here Sunday noon, "They're a (cam lluil raps you to dcaUi. It's n pood fi- nesse club, so you have lo gcL lough." Fred Stanficld said (he lough approach gave Bruins the edge a in I h e L r six regular-season games against New York. "Viro losl a game to them and then heat them five said SLanfiehl. "W e beat them because threw our weight around nivl we're going lo have lo do il actaln. "We have to hit and keep hil- ling. Thai's our style, but got. to he smart ahout it, They've got a prelly poixl power play, not as good as ours, but can't take chippy penalties." McKKNZIK DOESN'T MINI) Scrappy John a fa- vorilc tEirgct for Llie, fans in New York, doesn't mind tlie Oiump- int he takes whew the Hanger taut chant, "Get McKenzie, get McKeuzic." He nnd New York's Brad Park are almost sure lo con- tinue their vendetta, a feature of recent Boston-New York games since Hie Hanger dc- fenccinan's hook hit the streets and accused the Boston veteran of being "a cheap-shot artist" who "hits from the back." That's what I c 1 a r e d ex-broncobustcr Mc- Konzie, ,n one-lime Ranger who found happiness in Boston. "If they go after mo, they leave someone olse alone. "It's going to he a real lough series. They are coming to play, and we arc, loo. can play a physical game, or we can play a passing-shooting club will dictate Hie outcome ol finals, Tbo Urtiins h.id n rela- tively easier lime wilh llieir earlier playoft ronto and St. Louis did New York against MouUonl Canadicus nnd Chic.'lgn Hawks. "I don't lliink Micro's much lo that. Wo were a liltlo stale against Toronto nnd then >ve gol imich looser lor goals against St. Louis and it built our confidence." The Bruins were so loose in their series with Ihc Blues they swonl Ihe round in (our straight and set a four-game playoff slDi'.dard (or goals by one team wilh 23. -By Pul Sullivan game they The firs five tninules nf each game will decide which.' "We'll be promised Wayne Casbman. "All season our games have been physical and the teams aren't going to change [heir styles now in the finals." Ken irc-rlge doe't't feel the earlier playoff games by eilhcr LETHBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB Invites APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP FOR INFORMATION CONTACT THE MANAGER Telephone 327-2527 BIT of everything Look Cor Muhninmad All to deck George Cliuvalo Monday evening in Van- couver Chuvalo, wlio tliey say is inclestniclable, will fall, gel up and collect a pay cheque and say goodbye to the world oE professional boxing I see where season tickels lor Ihe Calgary Stamped- ers arc going at a record clip To (late they have sold surpassing the old mark o[ eslahlished last August This lime lasl year Ihe reigning Grey Cup champions had sold 11. -101 season ducals There apparently is no room for- dancers in professional In a recent fight in Lon- don, Joe Bugner of Britain dcfealed American Leroy Co I dwell after the referee slopped the fight because '.'aldv.'cll was not CaUhvel] danced around the ring and hardly landed a blow as Ihe 22-year-old Dugner pursued him AL [he end of (he fiflh round the referee told Caldwell he didn't think he was trying Nothing happened, so the fight was called off in the sixth Did yon know that there arc howlers in Japan, according to Hie U.S. National Bowling Congress? The recent baseball strike may change things Init heading into the 1972 baseball season people had been (o ball parks over the past live years Attendance is up 2SM.7 per cent since .1910 while the population has gone up only 51.2 per cent. Uid you get a glimpse of the standings in the Lakeside Golf League Friday? Our also-ran Newsbo3's team is right in the liiick of things with 10 points I can't remember the last time they were out of the last division 'Hie first golf tourna- ment of the year is set for the Lake layout .Sunday at a.m. as the President versus Die Vice- President annual affair is held President Dick Rempel meets his understudy Lloyd Kanewischer in an IS-hole malch The event is actually a three- point Nassau competition with the wiiuiers getting a steak dinner compliments of (he losers The dates for this year's second annual Chinook Classic golf tournament at Henderson Lake are May 20, 21. and 22 and, according to club professional Earl Francis, there are some big names sel to take part in the three-day event Fraser Scott, middleweight boxer, who had a checkered career, wns asked if he has ever been threatened with harm "Not yet, buL I'd like to say ight now that if I met an acciden- tal death, it wouldn't lie accidental How is this for thievery? Tom Washington of Pittsburgh set Hie American Basketball Association playoff record for Ihe most rebounds in one game when he snalched 35 in a 1968 contest against Minnesota I thought I had made a safe bet when 1 took Los Angeles Lakers over New York Knickerbockers in the NBA playoffs but now I'm not sure Is Jerry West never going to be on an NBA championship team? Lcthbridge Lakers, the newest team in the AI- bcrla Major Baseball League, are progressing al a steady clip They became a Los Angeles Dodger farm team jusl by electing Reno Lini to the hoard of directors If you are interested in a new Arena for Lcthbridge then I would suggest you attend the meeting of city council May B at sever, o'clock The results of the feasibility study will be made pub- lic at the meeting and city fathers are anxious to .see the public's response to the study I can't imagine the officials of the two teams in the Centen- nial Cup championship final challenging the winners of the .Memorial Cup to a showdown for Die Cana- dian junior hockey title I would have Ihoughl Alf Cadman of lied Deer had learned something in his brief slint in Ihe Western Canada Hockey League He wasn't good enough to coach in the west's best junior league and his club certainly isn't of that calibre Don't forget the amateur fight card to- night at Henderson Ice Centre at seven o'clock There will be 14 bouts and all will, Oscar Odney as- sures me, be dandies Tn case you are interest- ed, the Ali-Cliuvalo fifihl will be shown in on Channel 2. Cablevision 'Hie fight will gel under way at and will be in color. A SINCERE THANK Short sport To nil tha coachQi, rnnnagen, clubi, organilalloni, media, parenhi, and any other groupt or who atililtd wilh line, effort nnd finnncel In moMng the T97I-72 Minor the heil avfirl ArvH to more than 700 hov? whn provided with mvl hrcVey loon mywl'orfll Thinl' ynu. Trom Ihe Preiidcnl and Lethbridge Minor Hockey Assoc. Winner tne Stereo Sel, drawn for nl the recent Minor Hotkey Awordi banquei MRS. H. NEUFtlD, Box 1064, lelh. Tickel No. 4746. PURCHASE nOL.YVD NEW YORK (AP) Now York Yankees purchased left- handed pitcher .lim Kolanrl Fri- day from Athlelics for an undisclosed sum. Roland, 29, has no decisions In Iwo American League games this year, He broke into major leaguo basehal] In 1962 with KITCHENER, Out. (CP) luelph CMCs took a 1-0 lead lii icir best of-scvcn Centennial 'up hockey finals with Red Jeer Rustlers Friday night on a victory in the scries opener. John Van Rosmpcr led the r.uelph offensive with a pair of Minnesota nnd has hpcn the Athletics since 1369. FLVEHS KIItE OUS1I RICHMOND, Va. Tn parent Philadelphia Flyers the National Hockey I.cafjue an- nounced Friday (hat Eddie Bush has been fired as head coach of their American Hockey Ltaguo farm team, Richmond P.obins. series opener .1 Piglit card set Jo go The Boxing vill sUigc its (irsl fiphl card of! ho 1972 season Mils cvcring. Previously si'licdulcd Lo lake acc in the Centre the card lins been changed to Hen- derson Lake Ice Centre. Action on the H bout cnrrl ;cls under way at seven o'clock. nxers frnm Brocket, Cards- .011, Cratibrook, Hocky Mouu- ain IIon.se and the liosl club will mnke np the evening's matches. A unique double msia event ill lilgliljght the card. Carmen ninkc, the pride and joy of the host Lettibriripe Club, will meet Sliaync Iloyt of Cran- :jrook In one main event while Dennis Cliicfmoon of Carriston will do battlo with Dale Ander- son of. Rocky Mountain House. Troptiies will be given to the most Improved Lethbridge IJDX- er, best left hand, best right hand, best foot work, best ef- fort by a boxer, best sportsman and the best all-round boxer. Advance tickets are on sale at Doug's or All Star Sports. goals while single goals cama from John Rutherford nnd John Woods, Keg Kinch nnd Gordio Dillon scored for the Western champs. Goaltcnders Graham Parsons of Red Deer and Jake Dupuls oJ Guclpb were slandout perform- crs. Guolph ouUshot "Red Deer 29-21 nnd had nn edge in every po- nod. CMCs drew minutes in pon- allies In only four for ths Hus- tlers and, while both I he losers' goals came off power plays, CMC's got effective pcnally-klll. ing performances from Paul Kendlcy anr( Bruce Herridgc. bttMi missed excellent scoring opportunities in penalty-kilTinjj roles and bolh missed (lie net in the final minute of play when Parsons was lifted in favor of an extra attacker, Bill Kestoll and Mike Zettlo turned in strong games on dig GiH'Inh drfoncT. The line of Dale Lewis, Reg KiiU'b mirf llarryl Wallace was Red Deer's most dangerous at- tacking unit. gore Guelph a 1-1 first-pcriwl lead, hut Kinch tied it late in the period. Van Box- mecr scored the only goal of the second period and CMCs opened up a 4-1 lead on goals by Woods and Van Boxmeer before Dillon closed out scoring with less than lour minutes remaining In the game. Second game In the scries fa in Kilchcncr Sunday night with the balance of the series in Guc1ph Tuesday, Friday, day, Sunday and Tuesday, If a seventh game is required. ELR1CH TSRE Ptl. GBL a '.i'm i NATIONAL LEAG1JB LGS Angeles 9 Afianla .1 San Francisco 5 Clndnnaii San Diego ____ _ -1 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Clncinn.HI 1H 303 Oil- I II 1 Chicago :tH 1M II 0 Billmgham (0-3J, Sprggut nlt Dorbon (B) and Bwch; Jcn- Cins and Hundley. HRs: Cin- Qench Chi-Hlckman Monday CarrJenal [71. Sf. IK IDS 713? HoL-ilon 000 010 2 10 1 (1-1J, Drabov- 5Xy (B) and Simmws; O. Dkrkrr Rsy BldSingame York (9) and AllRnla DOT 1M 004-13 14 4 PillsOurgh 010 S It 1 Jarvls (2-1) McQurcn (i) nnd llarni; Wtxse (0-3) Veale (7) end Sangulllen. Philadelphia Kfl Ho J 7 o San Diego 000 COO 160 Fryman (1-0) end McCarver; Kir- by Acedia and Barren. MR: New York 010 000 S fl T Los Angelei 010 Ml l 4 9 (2-0) and Sincer (1-1) (3) end HR: Morfrfisl OIJ 000 1 San Fran IDI wi t u o str-ohmaycr Warshill f3) ond Fiotcabella; Carrilhcrs, HRsi Kingman HendErscn L PCI, GBL AMERICAN LEAGLJH Oshlanrt Chicago Texas FRIDAY'S RESULTS COO 7 ft New YorK DM 1W 9 0 Olylevcn (3-0) find fl-xrf; SloHlf- myrp fo 31, f 3) end Munsc-n. MR: Onrv.-in (11. CAlifornTn OM M? 1 I fl Ballimor? I'J D'O U 14 1 Ryan, ttuT.ny Oucen Tinker (B) pnrt Palmer [1-2) Oflkldnd Kt Ml t IB 4 Milwaukee K3 C01 1 1 1 Unltimen and Slaron (1 Jl Cr.lrrnan (8) and Rcdrlfluei. 9oiton 110 104 I 1 Texas ODJ Oil 9 0 Siebflrt, Leq tO-l] Bolln (71 and Fisk; Rro'xrg, Co< PIna (8) and King, Blllmqi HR: Tex-Fcrd OM MO 000-0 3 0 033 IIS 111} 4 Chicago Dolroil fiahnscn I') end H KC'-Mavberry WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 1-8.30 p.m. CARIOS BEIAFONTE vi TICtR TOMASSO PORfZ and A1CHESON vi HAYES ond frVARQUIS THORNTON vi SULIIVAN 6 Bouts Wokh STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV here! ein STEEL The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we'vo ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE 402.lif LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;