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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, March 25, 1970 Bhcs Blank Hapless Los Angeles Seals, North Stars Deadlock lly THE CANADIAN I'lttSS Minnesota North Stars and Oakland Seals stayed on the treadmill Tuesday in their bat- tle for the loMrili and final play- cff berlli in the Wesl Division of Ihe National Hockey league. The teams battled to a 2-2 tic that left the Ncrth Stars a sin glc point ahead of the Seals with six games remaining for each club in the regular 7G- game schedule. Jacques Planlo registered lhc Bruins at New York against the other goal for Oakland, while and Hangers, Philadelphia Flyers i Tommy Williams and 1 shutout of 1-Js career the lifth of tlw season as St. Ixmis Dkies downed Los Angeles Kings 4-0. The game meant little to ei- ther club. St. Ixju'.s leads the West Division with points, 22 ahead of second-place Philadel- phia Flyers ar.d Los Angeles trails the division ivilh 32 points, 19 less than Oaklrnd Seals. Tcnight, regular action contin- ues in both divisions with To nd Bill Gold- visiting Oakland, and the Norlhlsucrthy replied for Minnesota. Stars at Pittsburgh against the Penguins. Mike Laughlon ruined the In the only other game of Ilic'ronto -Maple J-c.ifs plr.ying the night, veteran goal tend eriCanadiens at Montreal, Boston Bowling North Stars chances of increas- ing their points lead when hs beat an out-of-position Cesare JIaniago at of the final pe- before the crowd of at Minneapolis. JIaniago had come out cf the net to stop Gary Jarrelt ar.d Ihe shot bcur.ccd off the goal post ami onto Laughlon's slick. Wayr.e Muloin scored the Summaries OAKLAND 1 MINNESOTA 1 First Perlrxl I. ami 13 (Gc'div-Drlhy, Parhel Oakland, Wjlc'n J (Ha.'dj) (sfrvfd by av.scfl) Second Period-3. Wir.ncsera. Golds- GRADE FIVE CHAMPIONS Assumption School won Ihe grade five championship in ihe Lelhbridge elementary school basketball playoffs Saturday. The winners are, top row, left lo tight, Brian Comstocfc, Tony Monaghan, Art Vandeligt, Frank Novak, Ronnie Tarnava, Kenny Lang and Doug Alger. Front row, left lo right, Jim Wells, coach, Mike Dimnik, Andrew Hale, Brian Stanko, David McLellan, Brcll Hanna, Darryl Wurst and Brian Duckett. AT CAPRI BOWL, Jean Passcy took bowler i week honors among the gals, rolling 311 in Pilots Seem Headed For Milwaukee Have To Be Good SEATTLE (AP) Unless someone comes up with an offer at least as gcod as one a Mil- waukee group has made, the Se- attle Pilots appear to be practi- cally on their way to the Wis- consin city. a state official says. William' special assis- ant slalc zttorney general, made the statement Tuesday as the first part of a federal bank- ruptcy hcarlns concerning the Pilots' plight ended. Llvvycr said Sidney Vnlinn, federal bankruptcy referee, would sign an order Wednesday, when the hearing was to re- sume, lifting all restraints on the sale of the A m c r ic a n league team lo the Milwaukee group. Volinn decided on the action, Dwyer said, so he can judge the merits of the sale at a hearing Jfarch 30. At noon Tuesday another hearing in King County Superior Court on sale injunctions sought by the state, Seattle ar.d Alfred Schweppe, Seattle lawyer, was recessed pending the outcome cf the hearing before Volinn. Although various arguments have been presented to keep Ihe Pilois in Seattle, no one has of- fercd a financial plan to support it, Ydinn said, whereas the Mil- waukee group already has agreed to buy the club for Sro.8CO.COO. He said the deal could be closed April 30, and it would en- able Pacific Northwest Sports, Inc., owner of (he Pilots to pay creditors. He stressed, however, (hat he i was not, in effect, saying he will inprove sale of lhc club to the Milwaukee group. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES IFTHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 Volinn said his primary re- sponsibility in the case is to Pa- cific Northwest Sports. Alfred Schweppe, Ihe Seattle lawyer whose court actions stopped the league from approv- ing the franchise sale, said the league should be forced to fulfill its commitment to finance the learn through the 1370 season. "The solution is to make the American League Sclnvcppesaid. Earlier in the hearing, Max Soriano, secretary-treasurer of ;he Pilo's, testified the club losing a day. The club Is in a "cala- strophic" financial situation, So- riano said, and "it has been ap- parent for several months we would be unable to operate without the infusion of new monies." of thc- Hcof and Horn and starling her third game in Ihe bowl-a-prize tourna- ment with a l.cadpin, she then reeled off eight straight strikes before picking up a split for a 3W. .veteran Iteg Sincnl still has Ihe touch, taking the men's bowlcr-of- the-week title with 270, 2CO and 3% for an 818 triple in Green's Shoes. Ken Mogus ar.d Jolm Heinprl retained their doubles challenge, stopping Tom and Roy Cunningham of Pincher Creek by 20 pins. High singles were John Rempel 321 ar.d Roy Cunningham 350 willi Ihe next challenge tonigl'.t on channel three at nine o'clock, Bob Costanzo and Lcn Herring providing the oppostion. Hilda Tirordi, Elaine Brown, Madeline Szckcley, Belly Anlcn and Mary Wishncvski from Capri's NuMcdc Leage won (he first event in Lh2 south zone Housewives rolloffs with the Pinups from Glen- ciale the second event winners anil Joan Uegccr, Elaine Kristjanscn, Chris Stuckcrl, Mabel Stuckcrt and Ina Lay- cock of Capri's Martinizing League copping the third event these three teams now advance to the Alberta final in Edmonton April 8. .oclhy 3) IWLlliarr.s, Parjse) Pe.-.a'Hts WilliA-r.i, Third Perlcd Oakiand, Laugh- an IS eJarreir. El-.man] GitK Shots on goal by Oakland............ IS 1S-3S iamolj .....81! Atler.dance 1J.E7I. ST. LOUIS 4 LOS ANGELES 0 ril Perlsd 1. St. Lcuis, Sabcu 7i (Keenan. Planle) 'arclte. Secwid Pericd 2. Sr. Lodi. Der- is 1 (B. F'loccrl 3. SI. Lc-jis. abotjrin 27 (Si. Pen- Third Perkd 51. De.-rA 2 [Gray, Talbr.tl Shols 01 gcal by sr. uiris 6 n Lei ir.gelfl 1) 3 Attendance A.S50. The Nprlh Stars had taken a 2-1 lead in Hi? second period. Goldsmrlhj's soft backhand scl up Hie first goal by Vfil lianis mid-way through the first period before Muicin lied the with a power-play goal Jusl iiLsiiJe (he blueline late in the same period. Tha defeat was Ih? sixth in a row fcr lhc Kings ar.d dropped los Angeles within one game of the NHL record cf 51 losses in. a season, which was established by Chicago Black Hawks during Ilia 1953-51 season. The Kings new have lost 50 games and have five remaining. Ttt'O TALLY TWICE Gap' Sabourin aixl Norm Donnis scored Iwo goals each, I'lante also gelling an as- sist cu the first Dennis goal dur- ing a power play early in the second period. Dennis scored his second goal of (lie night on a 45-foot slap Short Sport HKSIL1KNT HAI.L OUT NEW YORK (AP) Major league baseball is discontinuing for the balance of the spring training wesson its experiment with a fivc-pcr-cent more resi- lient baseball, commissioner Howie Kuhn said Tuesday. CROFT SldXS LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Bobby Croft, a six foot 10 centre from Hamilton, Ont., signed Tuesday with Kentucky Colonels cf the American Bas- ketball Association. NEW TURF FOll LIONS VANCOUVER (CP) -City council Tuesday approved in- stallation of artificial turf al impire Stadium lime fcr British Columbia Lions' first rome football game of Ihe WKYBUKX TRIUMPHS WEYBUKN, Sask. (CP) Wcyburn of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey league homhcd Verr.on of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League 9-1 Tues- day night in Memorial Cup play, STILL LEADING NEW YORK (AP) Dick Lolz and Bob Lunn remainec one-two in Ihe Professional Golf ers' Association money race the PGA reported Tuesday. Warriors Take Title Lcihbridge Warriors wrapped :p their Southern Alberta Ju- Hcckcy I.eagiis cham- jicnship Tuesday night. Warriors bounced the Medi- cine Hat Wheelers 9-3 to take their bcsl-oMive scries s-1. Randy Andrcachik pumped in three goals for the winners while Hess Walker added pair. Jack Dellcer, Bob Turner, Wayne Bowes L-r.d Bill Christie added a goal apiece fcr ths Warriors. Warriors will host Red Deer this Saturday night at the Arena in the second pame ci their two game total-point provincial juvenile "A" finals. Red Deer leads Use series 3-4 and the Warriors need to win liy five goals Sunday to take the championship. In (lie bmvl-a-prize foumamect, 320 entries took part in [lie ho'.iie roUcffs wilh the lop 65 advancing to the finals April 5. top prize will be with a portable TV set second prize. Leading qualifier was Jlarg Scdried. with an average of 184 siie bowled 278, 295, 203 for TCI, plus a handicap of 09, for Jean Tassey's was high single with other leaders being Kathy T.mhvig 318, John Hcmpcl 3-37, Earl Armour 323, John ErUtoon 325, Ken Mal- comson Bill Malcon-.scn 330, Jiro Miyagawa 315, Doug 323 and Lew Mills 326. Boxing Card On Suluiday KutUtlgc and Denis De.lcrdy shared Ihe Angeles goaller.dir.g duties before a hometown crowd of 0.850. Tonight's ICast Division panics are a must for three ol the clubs with the fourlh-the Maple a position to play tlic role of spoiler. A victory for the Leafs would keep the Canadier.s from in creasing their two-point lead on New York in Ihe talllc for lhc final playoff spot. A victory for .Montreal would move them inlo tliird spot, two ..head of the idle Uclrcil Keel Wings. Boston is also Iwuir.g lo in- crease its first-place lead over Saturday right will be box- ing night in Taber. Boxers from Talicr, end Gleichcn will take part in the 15-bout card which will be held at the W. n. Meyers High School gym. In what is c.xptctcd lo be the feature hcut cf the evening, Taber's Bob Fetlig, a champion at the recent Golden Gloves Tournament which was held in Tabcr, meets Terry Horn] Beth Phihdelp'.iia nnd of Gleichcn. burgh are ballling fcr second Tickets for the card can be j place in lhc Wesl. wilh a single obtained at Doug's Earlier Shop point separating the teams and n Talier. Ringside tickets sell the right lo get away from play- Chiecgo Black Hawks, who trail Calgary the Brains by a single point ar.d part in are until Thursday. The Hangers r.ced ibe victory lo keep pace with tha Cana- diens. Philadelphia can help Minne- sota by defeating (he Seals, while the Ncrlli Stars must beat Ifie Penguins to maintain their onc-p-int lend. or SI.75 while rush tickets sell for SI .23. ing the Rlucs in lhc Stanley Cup quarter-finals at stake. OF MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR BOYS' SPORT JACKETS Broken sizes 10 to 14. Reg. to 24.95. PRE-EASTER SPECIAL JUST ARRIVED! BOYS'-YOUTHS'-GRADS' SPRING SUITS, CO-ORDINATES AND BLAZERS Doublo breosled in brown or green, one Took will convince you (hot these are realfy wilh "in trowtt." BOYS' ALPACA SWEATERS PULLOVER STYLE ,95 Sleeveless MEN'S FINE All-WOOl. ENGLISH WORSTED SUITS Regularly Priced at 99.00. A CROUP CLEARING NOW Al- PRICE BALANCE OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS -J.99 While and Blue Reg. lo 10.00 long sleevo for (or only MEN'S SPORT JACKETS Assorted styles, Broken sizes Reg. lo A 01 High rollers for the week in league play included Bill Gorzi'.za .lolin Ilemrel 321 and 823, Bcri. Slomp 309 and 607, Ken JIalcomson 310, Reg Smccd SCO and Mick Lar- son 335, Van 355, Kim I'rinillc 358 and a C42 double. Ken Kurtz 354, Stan McDonald 822 triple, Mcrt Qually 321, Marg Smith 3M, Irene Wnnil 313, Caliiy McGinty 310. Jean 1'assey and 763, Gloria Pearson 236 and Jean ChrisSic 29i. AT GLE.NDAI.E BOWL, Jerry IlaVze got (lie nod as (lie men's howlcr-oHlie-wcck. bowling in South-AlU he hit for games of 241, 305 and 212 for a 753 liiplc, IV, pins over liis average. Stealing Hie spo'.ligb'. as the women's bowier-of-the-wcel; was Jane Snivkc who clicked fnr 315, 182 and 22G and a 733 triple in Civil Service. she exceeded her 1C9 average by 163 pins. In the doubles challenge, Ken Kurtz ar.d Linda Jlaleomson teamed up to stop Pcdcrscn and Marlcne Trcmel by 146 pins, they successfully defended Ihcir crown by Irimming Al Smilh and Barb" by 215 pins as Linda cut looso with a big 815 triple. Then .lean I'asscy and Ken Maltom- son grabbed the lille by stopping the champions by 103 pins The Erickscn award winner for the week was Jane Smyke for beating her average by 196 pins. In Glendalc's bowl a-p r i z e tournament, Enrl Armour showed the way by capturing first prize of S2oO. lloli SpiUrr was good lor Ihe nranerup position and a portable television set. (he other prize winners, in order of finish, were Vi llnatiuk, Linda Woodman, Dianne Violini, II. C. Brown, Dianne Dccaire, John Kolh and Barbara Hopman. In league action, lhc big games were turned in by Dave Smccd who hit for a 356 and 842 triple, Keith Robin 332, Francis Wright 323, John Scaltcrgnoil, continuing to score consislenlly, wilh 326 and 806, Jerry Kakze 305, ten Herring 313, Ed'smitli 320, Lyle Smyke 32.1, Lew Mills 318, Tony Uogusky 330, Randy Sillilo 313, Gary Lmd 318, Lyncl Gactz 321. leaders among the gals were Sandy Sraltcr- good 313 and a solid B7-I triple, Uwcn Edwards 205 and 782, Marion Vickers 305, Irene liourossa 300, Betty llnWa 293, Dianne Violini 327 and 789, Dorothy Anderson Vi llnaliuk 306, Gladys Field 293, Jane Smyke 315 nnd June Taylor EIR1CH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East [Xviilon W L T F A PI Bcsfcn 37 IS 17 ?S7 199 91 cs-.rt.d33 3i a 93 31 M 13 HA 67 36 19 IS E? Ycrk 35 70 If 172 SS Tcrcr.'o 'it 't3 U 213 219 73 Vrtit SI. Lou's Phi'ade'phia iuX, UY ile, H'f 'erer.scn, S1L 10311 E3 17 J? 34 191 311 3? 73 34 11 147 Ttl IS 31 231 Ui 52 t? 23 U 153 it 11 S3 151 376 32 G A PtiPitn 20 73 117 33 SI 19 M 3? El SO <4 J? 75 32 53 JJ n U 31 37 70 33 23 3i 6i ?5 33 3S tS 13 33 33 (i 1C1 LEAGUE Phwnix Denver LaKe L T F A Pli 11 315 114 9' 3? 7) 7 394 321 S5 :0 77 9 533 317 4? 77 33 7 371 !O tl J4 31 11 in 337 il Ji 9 318 14 3? II 373 331 HOCKEY RESULTS Si. LCLis -I Lei 0 American 7 J ScaHic J Denver 1 San Difgo 3 Sa.t LaVe i Wtilern Canada Jr. SasVatocn 0 Calvary c-erfeMiral tlrd M BlevST 3 7 Vrlr-.n ECS b c s I cf seven qjer 2-0, came tied :Tn FICT 7 Brandon 4 .--linulB 3-0 LdTisntcn 2 Currcnf 5 cuancr final litd M Ycrllcn 6 Wcc-se Javr if.scven finals tied J-l SASEBALL RESULTS 13 Chicago 4 M-irtiGta 0 isbirch 7 SI. Lcjls 3 Bcs'cn i Mcus'cn 3 Dailimcrf 4 1 New Ycrlc (H) 4 Yc'k (A) ..jiptia 5 0 Cicvciard 10 cuicaqo ;N) Srallls l' 3 Ka-iiaS 0 PRO BASKETBALL ABA W-a-ni 1M 121 Dd'ldi 1J3 K! FOR ONLY BOYS' TAM O'SHANTER T-SHIRTS Reg. 5.00 ,50 BOYS' SHIRTS Assort 3! New spring colors. Assorted ilyles, ihiilt ond regular 3 buHon cuff BOYS7 FLARE PANTS SPECIAl! MEN'S PANTS Large Siie Only. Broken Siici to 42 REGULAR TO 77.50 8.95 New spring colon ejncl fobrlcs..... and MEMS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED COLORED SHIRTSRog" 8.50 7-00 CARRY ONIY NATIONAUY ADVERTISED BRANDED LINES LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR "WHERE A GENTLEMAN'S CHARGE ACCOUNT ALLOWS YOU TO MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS" 214 5th St. S. Phone 327-3958 "Oul of Ihe HJgh Renl DiiFricI lo Save You Money" Fn'g Shines Calgary Wins CALGAliY (CP) Defence- man Lcn Frig scored al o! lire third period Tuesday night lo give Calgary Centen- nials n 1-0 victory over So.ska- tcon Wades and lie liicir West- ern Canada Hockey lor.guc besl of seven quarter-final series 1-1. HONCHO 90cc i SPEEDS It H.P. THE GOER FOR 70 IN THE lOOcc ClASS. took Ilusly Palcnaudc's rass al centre ar.d split the Saskatoon defence before beat- ing iNcil AlacXcvin wilh a crisp shot from aljoul lo feel o'.it. MacN'cvin stepped ,13 shols while Dyck nwilc 28 Eaves for ttio Centennials. Tnere were 16 penalties, 10 to Saskatoon, including a sec- cml period misconduct call on Frig for arguing an of- ficial. First-period fighting pen- alties were given to Bill Thom- son of Saskatoon and Allan Rycroft of Calgary, The next games are schedul- ed at Saskatoon Thursday and Friday night with the. fifth set lor Calgory April I, FARM SPECiAL! 7.50x18-4 PLY FIRST LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES SINGLE RIB 16 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE Mont 357-4816 or 317-444S ;