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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETH0RIDGE HERALD Monday, April 30, 19. J------- Final games for Charllon brothers Liverpool, Celtic capture titles LONDON (CP) Liverpool and Celtic won familiar soccer titles as the Scottish League como'etcd its schedule and the English League lind )U last full day of competition. Liverpool, leading (he First Division for most of the season, won the championship for the eighth time bcfoie 50 WO fans at home when the team played to a scoreless draw with Leicester City And for the cightii successive season Celtic placed first in the First Division of the Scottish League with a 3-0 win over Hi- bernian to finish om pomt ahead cf Rangers. 2-0 winners cner East Fife Liverpool completed its 12- garoe schedule with 60 points on 25 wins and 10 ties, while Arse- nal clinched second with a 2-1 win over West Ham for 37 points ard one icmammg Leeds lost 3-0 away to South- ampton to finish third with 51 points. Leeds, which meet-, Sec- Division Sunderland in the English Football Association cup final next Saturday, Well played A great career ends with a handshake for Bobby Charlforr from Chelsea captain Eddie McCready after Charlton's 604th-and last-league appearance for Man- chester United at Stamford Bridge Saturday. Chelsea won the match 1-0. without six regular players be cause of injuries. Celtic, which needed only a draw to win the title, made no mistake before fans a Edinburgh. Dixie Deans scored two o. Celtic's goals and Kenny Dalg- lish one. Saturday also marked the end for Bobby Charlton, Manches- ter United's star forward who plaved 106 times for England. Charlton, 35, received a silver cigarette box in a presentation before a match with Chelsea, but he was unable to end Ills career on a winning note as Chelsea won 1-0 with a second- half goal by Peter Osgood. Charltcn's older brother, Jack, also played his last game for Leeds at Southampton and the 38-year-old former England Pro fastball teams won't compete EDMONTON (CP) Teams in the Western Major Fastball League agreed Sunday they will not compete in the Cana- dian amateur softball champ- ionships this saason. Earlier this month, the as- sociation had said the league would be regarded as amateur until "pioof of professionalism" was presented. The league, which consists of ;eams in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton and Cal- gary, has billed itself as a pro- fessional organization since it began Feb. 11. The Alberta and Saskatche- wan clubs have been prevent- ;d from competing in senior )laydowns in their own prov- nces, but the Winnipeg :he Colonels has permission Tom the Manitoba Softball As- sociation to do so. However, the Winnipeg team, even if it decides to compete in and win the championship of then- own province, would not be allowed in the Canadian championship. Larry Skinner of Winnipeg, director of the softball asso- ciation, in a letter to Des Archer of Calgary, commis- sioner of the western league, said such competition would only be permitted when all teams are affiliated with "all" their individual provincial as- sociations. Skinner said the teams would also have to fol- low the bylaws and operating rules of the softball associa- tion. centre-half made a painlul exit after pulling a hamstring mus- cle Under pressure at the start, Ajsenal shocked West Ham with first half goals by Ray Kennedy and John Radford be- fore Pat Rice put West Ham on the scoresheet. Crystal Pa'ace. doomed to re- leeation, enjoved a final First Division flourish bv beating Manchester City 3-2. John Richards, Wolverhamn- ton Wanderers striker and the top scorer in the First Division, boosted his goal total to 32 as the Wolves hammered Coventry 3-0 to move into fifth place be- hind Ipswich Town, held to a 1-1 draw bv Sheffield United. Derby County, last year's champion which was ousted from the European CUD by Italy's Juventus last Wednes- dav, whioped Everton 3-1. West Bromwich Albion, rele- gated along with Crystal Pal- ace, ended its First Division membership bv losing 3-2 to Birmingham City, while Burn- ley clinched the Second Division championship by tying Preston 1-3 In the Scottish League, Kil- marnock accompanied Airdrie into the Second Division after tying Falkirk 2-2. LIVERPOOL LEADS Here's how the divisions stood after Saturday's games- First Division Liverpool champion; relegated; Crystal Prlace and West Bromwich Al- bion. Second Division Promoted' Burnley chammon and Queen's Park Rangers; releg a t e d; Brighton and Huddersfreld Town or Cardiff City Third Division Promoted: Bolton Wanderers champion and Notts County; relegated; Brent- ford, Swansea, Scunthorpe, Hal- ifax or Rotherham Fourth Division Promoted; Southport rtanroion. Hereford, Cambridge, Newport or Alder- shot; to seek re election; irewe, Northampton, Colches- ter, Darlington. SCOTTISH LEAGUE First Division Celtic cham- pion; relegated; Airdrie, Kil- marnock. Second Division Clyde champion; to seek re-election, Brechin and Albion Rovers. TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY LTD. BLAIRMORE 562-2743 AND LETHBRIDGE 327-2007 is pleased to Announce Their New line of HIGH PERFORMANCE WHITE LETTER TIRES SUPER CHARGER by KELLY SPRINGFIELD 660x15 G60xl4 F60xl4 660x14 F60xl5 A 60x13 WIDTH 6ft 9 8 7 Doherty critical of play TORONTO (CP) Frank Do- lerty, president of the Ontario Hockey Association, Saturday criticized players and officials responsible for the excess of and fighting in junior jockey. Doherty, of Thorold, Ont, ad- Iressing delegates at the annual mestmg of the OHA in Toronto, varned, "next year we're going o be real tough and we're go- ing to clean things up. "We won't have any scram- bling all over the ice with play- ers trying to look like tin he said. Fresh in his mind were the fines he handed out Thursday to the Toronto Marlboros and Peterborough Petes, competing in the OHA Major Junior A playoff finals. Each tsam was fined for its part in bench-emptying brawls in the second game of the series in Peterborough Wednesday night. Doherty attended the third game in the series Friday night at Maple Leaf Gardens which ended in a 3-3 draw. Each team has three points, wi'h one win and a tie. Fourth game of the series is this evening in Peterborough. Allen, Melton 't like park? Not enough Dave Nelson (14) of the Boston Celtics puts up two points Sunday as Dave DeBusschere watches. DeBusschere and his New York Knicks' mates won the National Associ- ation eastern title with a 94-78 triumph. Celtics beaten, legs gave away of an injured right shoulder. Havlicek, unable to shoat prop- erly, managed just four points, two on free throws. Tupp barebow title EDMONTON