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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LRHUIDCi HitAlD March In Red Deer Sunday Kings need a victory to keep hopes alive DISINTERESTED SPECTATOR While Noel Picard touis Blues defenseman and California Golden Seals Centre Dennis Hextall 22 fight on the ice a spectator tips a The fight occurred midway through the first period of a National Hockey League game at Oakland Friday Both were penalized for M right is Seals defenseman Ron Paces Lakers once more McMillan big surprise By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim McMillan has surprised himself and most everyone else by the efficient way he has stepped into the shoes of the in jured Jerry West for the Los Angeles Lakers in the National Basketball Association The 6foot5 rookie from Col umbia again was the key as the Lakers beat Chicago Bulls 105 95 Friday night for a 20 lead in the bestofseven Western Con ference Baltimore Bullets evened their Eastern Conference semi finals with Philadelphia 76ers at 11 by whipping the 76ers 119107 in the other scheduled NBA playoff McMillan scored 26 points in the Lakers 10099 squeaker over Chicago Wednesday and added 24 Friday for a twogame total of Not only but he TAPESAIE MUSICLAND end 3nl did a great defensive job on CJiet Walker of the The former Ivy League star averaged only points during the regular Penticton advances CP After several weeks of negotia officials of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League have ticton Broncos as tne leagues standard bearer in inter provincial playoffs next League president Arnold Lowden announced F r i day night that Bronocs will repre sent against the Alberta Junior Hockey League The series begins in Penticton The BCJHL had intended to send an Okanagan division As in the first game Wednes the Lakers came from be hind to They were down 7672 starting the last quarter but pulled it out in the last four minutes as Gail Goodrich in 10 of his total 29 Vet eran Wilt Chamberlain got points and grabbed 20 rebounds Bob Love topped the Bulls with 34 Earl The Pearl Monroe who injured a rib and playec only 11 minutes in Baltimore first game 126112 defeat turned the table on the 76ers for the H scored 24 points and took con trol of the game from the star The Bullets an 76ers are idle today awaitin the third game of their serie Tonight the New Yor the NBA ti to make it two straight over A lanta Hawks and Milwauke Bucks opens its semifinal ries against San Francisco playoff loser against the AJHL Cnritf rivpe OCUU up AAALE HELP WANTED Man required to operate a modern Radio Controlled Tow Truck To cover Lethbridge and Must have pleasing personality and be free lo be on 24hour Apply Box stating references coaching duties EDMONTON CP Unive sity of Alberta Golden I football team if the Western Canada Intercollegiate Athleti Association announced to d a the resignation of head coa Harvey Ed athletic director of the said Scotts decision to resign followed his appointment to the universitjs faculty of physical By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Just as I was leaving the aber Civic Centre Thursday veiling a Lethbridge ing supporter hollered Sugar make sure you bring them back for a game here There is no guarantee that the Kings will be back in Taber next but if desire rules they will be back in fly ing Stan Fischlers Inside Hockey pAOH season the National Hockey League bestows a se ries of prizes to players for exceptional performance over the the shinny governors been limited in their To correct the this bureau has spent consid erable time investigating players and executives worthy of recognition and hereby presents the 1971 Fischler Hall of Fame and Kamikaze Trophy to Charles who last year bought the Oakland changed the name to California Golden and now is rapidly discovering the difference between pure gold and the phony stuff at least when it comes to hockey Mortimer Snerd Award to the trusted advisor who told Charles Finley hed be smart buying the Oakland Cornell Scholarship to Ned so that he can return to the friendly confines of Cayugas relearn college hockey rules and get the feel of winning games again with Canadianbred university Punch Imlach Bowl to Punch Imlach for perpetuating the myth that Punch Imlach is a hockey This carries with it a 45rpm record of Punch proclaiming a playoff berth for his Buffalo Sabres on a dozen occasions in Ten Free Memory Lessons to Emile Francis who has vowed for the past few years that he is building a young Rangers team and this season traded away such promising kids as Syl Mike Tom Miller and Jim Krulicki to other NHL teams while adding old legs to the New York Good Ship Titanic Trophy to goalies Gump Worsley and Joe Daley for refusing to wear face masks despite im minent peril OrrEsposito Plaque to Derek who man aged to get his mug in and as sorted other national who was featured on CBS wrote his own and managed to get more interna tional coverage than Ms recordbreaking simply by being Lord Byng Trophy to Derek for reforming his deportment so much in one season he almost but not quite deserves the Lady Byng Outrageous Comment Medal to Brad Park when asked if the Rangers feared Boston who City of Boston Blue Ribbon retroactively to Tommy Ivan for dealing Phil Ken Hodge and Fred Stan field to the Bnuns in what inadvertently developed into New Englands foremost urban renewal Mirage Medal to the New York who keep seeing a Stanley Cup over the horizon but havent grabbed the trophy for 31 count thrityone Revolving Door Replica to Carl Brewer and George Armstrong who are in and out of the NHL scene so often its hard to tell whether theyre coming or A Years Supply of Aspirins to Hal for work ing under Jack Kent Cooke and Bud in two successive years while maintaining his 0 Canada Cup to any Canadian hockey official with the nervp to tell the NHL it must put another bigleague franchise in Canada if the league is to expand once Glass Jaw Replica to Terry Eric Arnie Brown and Rod Selling who have and may win a fight in the Methuselah Medal to Clarence Gordie Howe and Jacques Plante who have abundantly proven that cal endars are irrelevant if you like your Sugar Kings leave today for Red Deer and the fifth game of the Alberta Junior Hockey League final Kings trail the Rustlers 31 in games and it wasnt until the fourth they were able to break into the win Thats all we needed to get us said Garry Pasku ski Thursday after the Kings had edged the Rustlers W be fore a rink full of partisan fans hi who has been a standout in the series despite having to have his ankle frozen before each quickly cau tioned his its still but were moving Kings cant afford to lose any more games and two of them are in Red Deer if the series goes seven have beaten them before in Red said coach John and we should have won at least one of the games there last It was last weekend that got the Kings off to such a poor start as they dropped 31 and 32 verdicts to the host Chapman kept referring ANDY CAPP ITS AMAZIN1 OW MUCH TO SAVE WELL IK CAN TAKE IT STRAI6HT PET fER SAVIN AWE THAN WE CAN Cusson hot for Saints the fact the Kings didnt get any breaks the first three Thursday the tide DAVIDSON SHARP Kings were outshol 4321 but while John Davidson was stop ping 39 Red Deer drives the Kings beat Dale Kenwood five The five goals marked more than the total output of the club in the first three games They dropped a 21 decision to the Hustlers Wednesday night in I hate to sound added but we just didnt get any breaks until Thursday icings took full advantage of the breaks Thursday and pick ed up needed momentum head ing back into enemy Chapman is not saying he feels he has the Rustlers on the One victory is a long way from and the firstyear coach is the first to realize Kings are healthy Paskuski still is having trouble with his ankle but George Mc Crea is experiencing fewer problems with his injured Fraser Robertsons broken nose is still puffed and blue but didnt hamper his play Wednes day or and shouldnt for as long as the series Lapses in the first two games proved costly to the We have to play 60 minutes of solid hockey against the Chapman If we let up it could cost The clubs spirits are still higher today than they were after the third game but they never really got discour It was as though they knew they could do it and are now proving The series isnt over added What the coach seemed to say was that if the breaks keep coming the Sugar Kings way they will make an series out of what looked like a Only time will tell if he is right Dick Cusson played brilliant ly as he put Basils one vic tory away from the City Re creation Hockey League cham pionship crown last Cusson fired in five big goals as he led his teammates to a 86 verdict over the Labor Club in the third game of the best of five The victory put the Saints in he drivers seat as another win would give them the As t stands the Saints main ain a 21 lead in The Saints took a 20 first pe lead but had it washed away as the Labor Club came up with three fast goals early n the Both clubs battled furiously to regain the lead after a 44 second period but sat jack as they watched a one man Cusson had been given a 10 minute misconduct at the minute mark of the second pe riod for arguing an incident too During the 10 minutes remaining in the contest he blasted in three markers to salt away the Brian Bob Boswell and Bob Balazs rounded out the Saints scoring with singla markers while Grant Harring ton and Al Rowntree paced the Labor Club with two goals Bob Young and Jack Taylor managed singletons in a losing During the three periods of play the Labor Club took six of the 11 minor penalties Action will continue Sunday at 6 at the Adams Ice Centre for the fourth game of the ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pfs Boston 54 12 7 574 191 115 New YorK 17 11 239161101 Montreal 39 21 12 348 198 91 31 7339197 79 Buffalo 39 13 201 279 55 Detroit 21 42 10 202 286 52 Vancouver 21 5 7 205 2B2 49 Western Division Chlcaqo 17 17 9 265 173 103 SI Louis 31 35 17 207 197 79 Minnesota 28 30 16 18S 210 72 Philadelphia 26 32 15 196 215 67 21 31 18 209 223 60 23 33 12 221 285 Pittsburgh Los Angeles California NHL LEADERSi Esposito Bos Bos Bos Bos R Chi Tor Kec Tor Bos Bos Mtl 19 50 5 184 295 43 6 A Pis Pim 67 74 Idl 71 37 96 133 E7 50 60 110 t 42 59 101 109 Ai 51 95 32 33 4B 81 24 37 37 74 A 30 H 74 112 20 51 74 96 32 49 71 38 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pis Montreal 27 W 13 211 228 67 Providence 25 29 13233249 63 Springfield 27 33 8227266 Quebec 23 29 16 197 224 62 Western Division Baltimore 37 27 8 241 202 82 Cleveland 35 25 7 245 IBS 77 Hersney 29 28 10 224 197 68 Rochester 22 32 11 197 221 55 Protests filed by NBA dismissed IAKEV1EW TEXACO SERVICE Supersonics get Haywood NEW YORK AP The Na tional Baksetball Association gave Seattle the rights to Spen cer Haywood today but fined the SuperSonics Seattle SuperSonics for violation of its constitution and bylaws in the Haywood Kennedy said the Sonics will participate in all rounds of the CHICK MACINTOSH LesseeOwner With Spring Just Around The wsre offering truly SUNSATIONAl DEALS on quality Fireslono Drivo in today and let ui install a set while stock lasts JUST LOOK AT THESE 2 GREAT TIRE SPECIALS FOR AN EXAMPLE OF THE BUYSI FIRESTONE PREMIUM 50Q 4 riY NYLON TIRES F 78x14 for 7 SPRING SALE 2 YOU SAVE FIRESTONE STRATQSTREAK 4 PLY NYLON TIRES F 78xM SPRING EACH Blackwall Whilewalls S3 extra In announcing an outofcourt i NBAs college draft next Mon NBA Commissioner day and that all protests filed Walter Kennedy said by NBA teams m reference to All litigation now pending in games in which Haywood par reference to the HaywoodSeat j licipated have been tie SuperSonics case in federal Wilh prejudice is a legal j court is to be immediately dis1 term which means an issue can missed with not be brought up again in a Seattle retains the to court Spencer H a y w o o ds playing services and he will not be sub ject to the 1971 colege draft The H a y w o o d controversy started when the former Olympic and University of De In consideration of receiiv1 troit star jumped from Denver ing those rights the NBA im1 Rockets of the American Bas poses the fine of on the ketball Association and signed a TEXACO 1001 Mayor Magralh SERVICE Phono 3275697 WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MARCH 29 NORTH AMERICAN TITLE MATCH les vs Bob Challenger EARL BLACK vs DAN KROFFAT WAR LANCE vi JONES BEIAFONTE vs PIR1E 7 BIG BOUTS Admission Box Office Opens Wrjicli STAMPEDE on CJLHTV contract with Seattle last Kennedy said that at the time of Haywoods signing the Sonics i told him they were asking a judge to issue a restraining i order preventing him or any I NBA club from interfering with I Seattles right to sign and play j j The NBA constitution and bj Jaws do not allow 3 club to sign a college player until his class has graduated and Haysroods class does not graduate until Judge Warren Ferguson is sued a temporary restraining order under which Haywood played 21 games wiih the Son ics On the indgc issued a preliminary injunction prohibited the league from us uigs ils rules to interfere with Hayvoods with Sealtl j About a month later the U i Court of Appeals stayed in1 junction m al lowed the XBA to declare Hay wood Haywood then appealed to Justice William Douglas of the U S Supreme Court who on March 1 stayed the opinion of the Court of and thus reactivated the prelimi niiij micV again eligible to play with WESTERN LEAGUE Portland 43 16 93 278 197 San Diego 33 24 11 77 240 210 Phoenix 32 27 9 73 251 226 Denver 23 28 15 218 228 Seattle 24 33 57 204 237 Salt Laks 18 45 J 41 210301 HOCKEV SCORES National Buffalo 3 Vancouver 1 Louis 8 California S Western Portland i Salt Lake 2 Phoenix 1 San Diego 1 American rshey S Bait 1m Quebec 1 Montreal 2 Providence 3 Rochester S Cleveland 4 Springfield 3 Eastern New Haven 6 Johnstown t ew Haven leads bestofseven quar terfinal 3D International Muskegon 5 Port Huron 3 First of bestofseven quarterfinal Des AAoines 7 Fort Wayne 3 First of bestofseven quarterfinal Flint A Davton i First of bestofseven quBrterflnal Centra Oklahoma 3 Omaha 2 First of bestofseven Alberta Senior Edmonton 3 Calgary 1 Calgary leads bestofseven flnil M Western Canada Calgary 3 Swiff Current 1 Calgary leads bsstofseven quarter final one game tied Manitoba Junior St Boniface 3 Kenora Boniface leads bestofseven final 20 British Columbia Junior Vancouver 6 New Westminster fl Vancouver leads bestofseven quar terfinal 21 Penticton 10 Kelowna 5 Penticton leads bestofseven quar ter final 30 Chllliwack 5 Victoria 0 Bestofseven quarter final tied 11 Vernon 5 Kamloops 1 Ksmloops leads bestofseven quar terfinal 21 World Hockey Soviet Union 8 Sweden o Czechoslovakia 5 Finland 0 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Baltimore 119 Philadelphia 107 Eastern Division bestofseven semi final series tied 11 ABA Virginia 130 Utah 112 Carolina 120 Memphis 118 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON 5EIBERLING SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply Polyester 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