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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (J _ THE IETHBKIDGE HERAID Tuoirfay, Mortli 71, 1972 iwiuier minutes left into thick of playoff By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sporls Writer Sugar Kings are right hack in (lie thick of things in their Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-tinal sc- ries with Canada's defending 'Pier 2 'junior champions, Red Deer RiLstlcrs. Kings (ought back on even terms Monday niglit with a gutty fKi win before some responsive fans at Henderson Ice Centre. The scries with the Hustlers is nott' tied with each team own- ing a victory and two ties. When (tie series will end is any- body's guess as tie games Andreachuk {17) of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings plows into Tom Lindskcg of the Red Deer Rusllers Monday evening. Kings tied up their semi-final series whh the Rustlers with a 5-3 win, Right arm feels good Three straight THUNDER BAY, Ont. (CP) Al Delmage of YellovrknUe says his Northwest Territories rink may be over-rated in this year's Canadian mixed curling championship despite being un- beaten in three games. Only one rink, Trev Fisher of Minor By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Seaver. the high-priced right-handed pitcher of New York Mets of the National League, tried his aching arm in an exhibition game Monday and said he was satisfied with the result. There was concern around the Mets1 spring training baseball camp when Seaver, a a-season pitcher, complained about aches in his right hand a couple of weeks ago. He spent 12 days on the side- lines trying to work out the kinks and took his first test Monday. He worked four in- nings of the Mela' 4-3 cxhiti'ion Joss against. Los Angeles ers and was touched for three runs. The numbers might indi- cate a less-t ban-satisfactory out- ing but that wasn't Seaver'5 re- action. "I was satisfied, very satis- he said. "My shoulder didn't bother me and I felt verv good. In fact, I pitched bdler than I expected, con-sidpring I hadn't worked in 12 days." In other spring training games Monday, Detroit Timers New York Yankees 3-1, Philadelphia Phillies shut out Kansas City Royals 1-0, St. Louis Cardinal- topped Cincin- nati Reds 3-1, Tokyo's Lotte Or- ions edged San Francisco Giants 2-1, Houston Astros j whacked Atlanta Braves 10-5, Montreal Expos downed Texas Rangers 6-2, Boston Red Sox edged Chicago White Sox 3-2, Oakland Athletics outlasted Chi- cago Cubs 7-S, San Diego Padres nipped Milwaukee Brew- j ers 3-2 and Cleveland Indians I jarred California Angels 8-5. j Seaver, whose 1.76 earnetJ-run average was the host in base- ball last year, had four shutout innings on March 8 against Detroit, before a tight- ness in his shoulder developed. t "I'll admit the shoulder con- I SEASON" cemcd me until said Seaver after working against the Dodgers. "But not now. It was loose and free and 1 was able to get the ball where I wanted it most of the time." While Seaver was setting Met minds at ease, Don Sutton worked six scoreless innings for Los Angeles, permitting just three hits and striking out six. But there were even better pitching performances in other games. Detroit's Joe Coleman, for ex- ample, pitched six innings against the Yankees and the first 5 2-3 were hitless. Billy Champion and rookie Rick Fusari shared a four-hit shutout as Philadelphia nipped Kansas City. The Phils man- aged only five hits against Paul Splittorff, Bill Butler and Ted Abernathy, Finley. Blue still talking 0 A KLAK D f AP) Owner Charles Finley of Oakland Ath- letics says ho and star pitcher Vida Blue are within of e-ach other in bargaining for Blue's services in 1972, Finley says Blue came to see him at i a.m. Monday morning and in a three-hour session of- fered to pitch for Finley's startl- ing one condi- tion which Finley declined to define but said was unaccepta- ble. On Saturday, said P'inloy, Blue had asked for a contract. Blue, whose salary was last year, his first full .season m the majors, wound up the biggest individual drawing card in the business with a 2-f-S record and the American League's Cy Young and Most Valuable Player awards. The Hornets got off on the right foot in tlieir first game for the Bantam "B" title. Ed Parker .sewed three times as the Hornets belted the Rangers 8-1. John chipped in with two goals while singles went to Gary Kaskisv, Mike .Roth and Dale Ptyoia. KeiUi Bodi e scored for the Rangers. The Starapeders advanced Jo the Midget semi-finals with a 7-3 win over the Eskimos, Don Mills notched a trio for the winners. Don Miller, Glenn Mills, Corry Rraak and Steve Gorko rounded out the scoring for the S'arnps with a goal each. Paul Kolk, with two and Don Henderson, replied for the Es- kimos in the third period. The Maroons doubled the score on the Jets 4-2 in Bantam "A'1 action. Tony Meli led the way with lii'o markers. Conrad Suyker and M ikn Gcrba u added si n- gles. Paul Byrne and Elarold James scored for tiie Jets. In another Bantam "A" en- counter the Canadians stopped the Red Wings 4-1 as Kim Tor- fason came up with two goals for the Canadians. Jim Vvasi- lowski and Warrick Molls add- ed solo markers. Tom Haibeck replied for tlte Wings. FINAL STANDINGS PEE WEE Canutks Vikings Sabres............... Penguins...... Tigers............... Flyers............... Whips............. Falccns............. Blues Bisons................ BANTAM B Hornels............... Coquitlam, B.C., has a better record, 4-0, after Monday's fourth round. "People may say we are one of the rinks to beat, but I tliink they may be over-rating us be- cause we are new and they ha- ven't soon us Delmage said after beating Nova Scotia In otter fourth-round games. Fisher knocked Bob Dillon of Charloitetosvn, from the unbeaten ranks with a 94 triumph, Al Baldwinson of Win- nipeg beat Roger Anholt of Moose Jaw, S ask., 7-1, Tom Stcbbs of Sprinpbank, Atta., do feafcd Tom dishing of Toronto 10-6. and John Clark of Frcdcr- icton, N.B., edged Dal King of North Bay, the Northern On- tario representative, 9-7 in an exlra end. Andre Emond of Montreal and Jim Gushue of St. John's, Nfld., had byes. In today's fifth round, vSaskst- ch o wan meets Prince Ed ward Island, Alberta plays Manitoba, Ontario plavs British Columbia. Northern Ontario goes acis inst North weft Territories, and New- foundland meets Quebec. LAST ROCK DOES IT U wa> Delmage's last rock In the fourlii end that turned tlw tide in his favor. Wilh Nova Scotia sifting live, Delmage raided one of his stones from in front of the house to the four- foot circle, cutting out four Nova Scotia counters. Dslmngr? had trouble with runs in the ice early in Ihe game and his rink of third Joyce M u v r e s, second Roy Giles, and lead Lee Waddell, were, missing often. The Yellowknife rink, first Northwest Territories rink to compete in a national mixed championship, counted four in the seventh to go ahead to stay. The Yel lowknile rin k fa ess Nort liern Ontario. Prince Ed- ward Island and Ontario today. DC Image said his showing against these teams will deter- mine how well his rink does in the championships. Iruins BANTAM A Maroons Jeh Red Wings Black Maple Leafs.. Canadrars MIDGET CADE'S COUNTY TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION Naughty! Naughty! SUNDERLAND, England (Rcuter) Soccer player James Dunne was fined Friday for whipping down his shorts in the mid- dle of a game before a booing crowd last Decem- ber. A magistrates' court found him guilty of using in- sulting behavior likely to cause a breach of the peace. Dunne, an Irish interna- tional player, with the Ful- ham team, said he was adjusting liis ath- letic supporter at the time, "f didn't intend anything by that movement to insult the he said. AL DORGE has a car or truck to suit you! -A New 1971 Tandem Truck Ib. from oxlc, Ib. fronl 1000 x 20 lires front and rcnr, gouges ond lach, tow hooks, Ib. rear axle, 19 WO Ib. rear springs, 427 V8 engine, 4-5 speed 1ransmission7 vyheelbose, oir condilioning and may other options. RETAIL PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE....... -A 1972 Pontiac Laurenticm 2 door hard lop, wllh bloc'n the insurance marker as he lit the middle of the empty net wit hhis shot from just inside the Graham Parsons and Keith Dc-lanev made a total of 29 saves for the Rustlers and Plul Wandler stopped 2f> for the Kings. Parsons was replaced after he was hit on his face mask early in the game. He required three stitches for a small cut. Lelh bridge pot the nod on sis penalties while the Rustlers were guilty of eight infractions. ICE CHIPS Rod Deer coach Alf Cadman pulled his goalie with left in the game and it backfired much to the delight of the Lelhbridge fans Cadman doing his best to get Sugar King coach John Chapman to break his vow of obedience to the league Cadman knows if Chapman mis- behaves he is out The Red Deer coach is doing his best to see Chapman gets an early exit from Ehe series The Line of Randy Andreachuk, George McCrca and rookie SJu Young- fir didn't get going until they got more ice time Young Chris McMasters is a never ending ball of fire when ever he is on the ice The crowd has taken a real fancy to the Kings' rookie-of-lho-year Referee Ron Biinvash has trou- ble keeping up with the play They just may have to tip tlio rink lo help him keep pace with the hustling juniors. LETHBRIDGE 5, RED DEER I First period 1, Lelh. M (Goorgel Pa nail its L 1 Dillon, Wifson f minors- Scclt Severyn Dillon Second period 2. fled Deer, Llrvd skog. (Murphy} 3, Red Deer. Kinch Penalty Lewis Third period 4. Lefh. McMaster (McCrea, George} :42. S. Red Deer Dill en, 6, Dixld [LaLcndL GewgO 7. Wilson (McCrea, 8. Lelh. Anrfrea- chufc, 18-J7. Psnaltiss :I9, Lyser.y Bingham Krebs, rViOrin [majors) OPENING UP With water impoundments through- out southern Alberta now opening up with the relurn of warm, wealher the lunkers are also showing tip. Alex Mauser of 521 1 1th St. 5., whacked into the abova pike, and it took cufte a tussle to get Et ashore. His secret angling spot for th's one was a( the east end of Chin lake. It weighed 10 pounds, eEght ounces. CAPRI DOWL HENRY HOMES Andy Durina 369; David Numn 374j Steve Gangur 333; Orest Yarchak JOS Jim Wright 2J4 (49'9i; Kim ovacs 311 Jim 782 Frances Bambrlck 25S; Melai'ie Wilson 250; Belly Palerson 319 ean Passey 2S1 Helen Myndio 39; Carol Traenuk ?Hh J.C.C.A. Fa ye Urano 34E; Carol 33B; Fujita 261 Suml Medwu- ma 379 Pal Tobo 3M (67SJ; Akl r'ame 231; Francis Hlcja IR-i (7311; 57? Sob Ti Baiicn Plllinq CPR SOCIAL Morris ail, Elaine Sinclair 20S, arnrner 330, Pete Gael; 732, Anderson 2-16, Shirley Alexander Rcns Johnson 731, Gecrge MafchelT F'rank Wisfce 233, Elaine Trmpklna !23, Vera Hlchclls 305 Audrey dleHe 793, Ann Pushor 233, Judy 250, Alice Kolibas Irens Lvr.dc 232, Gladys Field 23-1 Flo Ny- JiSt 225. FRI SCHOOLS YBC BANTAMS Michael Gerla 212. Stephen Kenwood 710. Greg Smifh 1EO. Don Cotrtls 1SD, ertt in, Cindy PedrinE 19Q, Matlnda Hamllfon 161. JRS AND SR5 Ron Grfctjinrrcr !50, Tom Aliklcs 313, ,V. Oev 210, Wilkins 103, Garvin 110, Fr.Tnk Grcfzlnnrr 207. AGT MIXED Frank Tulfla uios IS' '7J11, Tin- 239, Ken Sfcrcltiro 7f: Kc.n Rollafl Z2J, Mary Srnilh J14, Jesl'a Skretling 227, CIVIL SERVICE Boh Sch-jfcr Blslr Hurl ?5S. ?7J. Yo 2iO Dick TLk 330 Barb Epp :71 June Tayclr Jeiso Purro'.v 2.C8, Marq Pedrinl 255, Darlene Terry 323 YOUHG ADULTS GlorH Lazarick. 251, Anderson 249 Carrlyr, Linda Malcornscn 765 Brenda Peder- srn 3i3 (758) Svran AlcDonald Randy V.'olstanrrcft 3S6 Ken Larson Ken Kurtz 381 (7191, RMI Grdzina-r Klin Kovacs Darwin Rcmanchuk 2ft MAJOR MIXED Bert Mezei 339 Sandra ITnq :S3 Snr.eed Ifil Steve Dlan- ne Vlolini 30B (772J, Jim 306, Jean Chrislie Gary Tun- idge JJ1 (sabtlle Bergm ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eajf Division W L T F A P Boilon il 10 10 30-1 17J 113 New York 11 11305170307 W.onkeal n IS 13 160 187- 101 into if, 5? 13 IE? 73 Oerrcit 3'3 33 9 23i 333 65 ilfalo 14 17 1W 775 J5 Vancouver IB 7 181 27? 43 Wo! Division Chkago J? 17 11 735 153 97 ncscta 31 37 10 175 78 S1. V-nuis JS 35 11 195 230 California 21 33 18 ?0i 261 60 Phlla...... 33 34 12 ISO 58 Pittsburgh 33 37 1? 157 is Los Angeles 18 (7 E 134 2B5 J4 HOCKEY SCORES Alberta Junior hbridqe 5 Red Deer 3 scmi-final Jlsd 1-1, games tied Confennial Cup St. Jfthn's 6 W.finetcn 3 ter-linets tied 1-1 Western Canada Vancouver 5 Vidcria 1 rV.edicfne Hal 9 Saskatoc.n 4 WeiFern Fnternalional Nelson 7 Kimberfey 2 rjelscn best-of-sovcn 4-3 Spokane J Cranhrook 0 SpoVane wins bcit-cf-seven semi- final 4-3 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Divlsfon Vf L T F A PIS. RE-tjina 31 t J83 127 fifi SaskAtcon 37 77 3 30? 250 77 Brandon .....35 33 0 333 331 70 Flirt Finn 31 3A I 2ftS 307 63 ?J J2 1 235 ?t? .i-> Swif) 24 42 1 24-1 306 -J? Diviiicn Calgary..... J3 14 3 393 9? Edmonton 4) 21 2 170 743 90 New Westminster 39 26 1 273 236 79 iV-dicine Mat 3S 30 3 351 312 73 Vicrcria 18 31S 321 33 Vancouver 16 49 1207372 33 Oertli car takes rally Max Oertli and navigator Darcy Hamilton won the Dun- lop Ford 150 rally over the weekend. Driving a Fnrrl Maverick, Oertli and his partner accumu- lated just 15 points against ttrem, j Running a close second was a VW driven by Max Baines with partner Lorna Mueller. The Baines-Mneller team had 23 penalty points. Third place went to Scott Foss and Dave Okamura in a VW. They had 37 points. Only eight cars of the 13 en- tered finished tte rally spon- sored by the Southern Alberta Eally Club. MOVE UP TO GENERAL Better Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 111 South Phone 357-6586 or 317-4445 ;