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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE lETHBRIDGE HHAIO Soluidny, March 28, 1970 Cse.chs Bounced Uy Russia Sweden Needs To Beat Poland STOCKHOLM For the woild charnpioasliips here. Swedes, the route to Russia is On March 18, in their first clash in the current championships, the Russians beat the Czechs 3- Their loss Friday left Ihe RECORD ROOKIE Rookie gooliender Tony Esposito of Ihe Chicago Black Hawks set o modern National Hockey League record Thursday when he registered his fourleenlh shutout of the season in a 1-0 victory ovr Ihe Delroit Red Wings. Esposilo is shown in aclion during (he game. through Poland. Sweden needs a win against lowly Poland today lo set up a decisive final match Monday uilh Russia for Ihe 2Cth world hockey championships. The Swedes are the only team lo have won a game against Russia in (his year's champion- ships but they are three points belu'nd UK defending champions in Ihe standings following Rus- sia's 5-1 defeat of Czechoslova. kia Friday. They have played one game less ihan Russia, however. A win over 1 a s I -p I a c c Poland give them 15 points and they could win the champion- ship by Dealing the Russians Monday. The Russians would need only a tic Monday to cap- ture their eighth consecutive Lille. In today's other game, East Germany meets Finland. Tlie who had lost three straight lo Hie Czechs be- fore the championships, had lit- tle (rouble with them Friday, ___ taking the inilialive from thchii' (mi: vc first wild fast, accurate passing. LeTVv's'Sa The Soviets led 2-0 after the nr.ry. jii; Rcy Smeed first period and 4-0 after Ihe second. Checking grew fici'ccr on both sictcs towards the end of the Czeclis in lliird place with 11 points followed hy t'inland with elghl points and Kasl Germany and Poland with one point each gained from a lie when the two played each other. The championships conclude! with Poland meeting East Ger- many Sunday and Finland play- ing Czechoslovakia Monday in addition to the Sweden-Russia clash. Bowling Scores GLENDALE BONL CATHOLIC CENTRAL Gofd Englihard Cli'Jj.o Chhie 234; Mike A-.yron JH; Keilr ITt; Larry Anderson 333; Mark Lew- Reb Taylor CIIEC -._ Salmon 3H Dave Bi.r. 763; Ettald Krueser 357; Walt 231: La.'ry Granger 245; nbell ?il rtoll 'Simons Wright 252; Praxis 254 B. Cyre SENIOR CITIZEKS I Felk UcMwIh 237 Henry Ifjld Jll f.MCarji !il. Malt r.harl J31 Frank Evan Evans En-.iL Colljn 3 LlrxJtrmanslo, BiiL Jerutn 204. COM torce Furo 341, Conrad Ajncld 351, o Fa.M 777, Les najy 111 Jiii tea Sam Cirardl 29' ilh Telier 133. Phyl Manllon 3D7; VI Cockbor.n Dol Bilpilt 241; 255; Kae 243; Bosch 350; Jean fwia 27J; Ma.'9 Gaiartfc 215. TOWN-COUNTRY Jo Hodge Jackie Clark ula 244; LtcJIle :E; Kay Davison 3JS Jean Pal >ey 354 Marq McLAughLin Dianr.e Federien Flo Bates SM; Djn.lie Ttrcolfe 2iO; 243. CC.'.WERCIAL MENS MiVe Esposito Snaps Shutout Mark Oakland Strengthens Grip LYLE'S Sproile Gv.en E'! in _____-e Goruk 235; Vc 253; Dot Anderson 7ii; Dunr trimf anrl nlnvprs ar> I Anderson 257; Petunia 271 (734 K soNergocd 211,, 29 By THE CANADIAN PRESS I Oakland Seals scored twice in i the [irst period Friday ard held on lo Irip St Louis Dlues 3-2, strer.glhcning their fourth-place grip in Ihe National Hockey League's WosL Division. The Seals have a Ihrec-pcinl edge on Minnesota North Stars for the final playoff position, hut their challengers have one game in hand and they play to- night in Ajigclcs against the last-place Kings. A win for the North Stars would set Ihe stage for a show- down the Seals Sunday aft- cmcon in Oakland. Bill Ilicke and Earl Ir.garficld sho'. Ihe Seals ahead in the first period. Ingarficld's goal, his IBih or the year, come a power play with Barclay Plager o! St Louis in the penalty box. Ab McDonald cul the Oakland lead in haU in Ihe second period with his 22rd score cl the sea- son, but Oakland defcnceman Harry llowell scored the winner sis seconds after emergir.g from the penalty box. Rookie Norm Dennis finished the scorinj for St. Louis late in the second pe- riod. All olhcr learns were Idle Fri- day, but a weeker.d schedule of ]0 games, including three nome-ajid-home scries, is ex- pected lo shuffle the frantic Easl Division race, ESPOS1TO SETS RECORD Chicago Black Hawks with Tony Esposito, their record- breaking rotHe r.ctmir.der, in lop form have a shot at over- hauling Boston Bruins for first place. Tire Black Hawks, one point off Ihe pace, play Ite last-place Maple Leafs in To- ronlo and in Chicago Sunday. I Esposilo, wlH) Thursday blanked the Red Wines 1-0 in Detroit lo set a ore-season shut- out record of 14, has five slarls left lo increase his record. Harry Lumlcy of lha Leals set Ihe record al 13 in Espcsito turned in a dazzling going to Real Lemieux one display, handling 35 Detroit drives cleanly for the Pit Martin scored the Chicago goal midway through third period. The only other game Thurs- day saw Angeles nip Phila- delphia Flyers 3-2, the winner Asceslfl 243, Jen Heal 7 e Rcss L-J5, Carol Viefcb 246, L nice David 233. Joan Jcnes 213, Ns _____k !J2, May H'eKrl 245 Ca'iiy Ciiqulon 730, rAary Wish-.5V SUNDQUIST LADIES Lvelyn CcLtls 333 Jeal 331 f.'.erl Qujlfy Arlor." Re Jo 244. Isabel Orjtcn 2 n Milula iiS, flaida Low 219, Ire Dar.3ass 217. Maravicli Inks With Atlanta NEW YORK CAP) The rival pro basketball leagues arc dishing out dollars as if they were going out of style. The signing of Pele Maravich (or an c s t i m a I c d Thursday by Atlanta Hawks of Ihe National Basketball Associa- tion was Ihe latest cyc-opcncr. pro basketball leagues, despite discussions about merg- ing, have been tossing arour.t million-dollar-plus contracts to athletes for tbe last 10 days. The NBA and the younger American Basketball Associa Son are making pro foolbal look like a piker. It wasn't so long ago that the Joe Namath got a three-year con tract v.ith the American Foot ball League New York Jets considered absolutely ical. Maravicli, Llw flcppy-hairtx kid with Iho sloppy sucks and saucer-sized brown eyes from Louisiana Stale, will get almost 3s much lor one year. His for five years breaks I whom will undoubtably want more moTicy. It's nol exactly like going to the bar.k and rolling away a vheclbarrow full of bills at one lime, however. Because of Ihe lax lav.'S much of Ihe money will spreai out over long periods of time sccor.d remaining in the second period. Tha Kings grabbed a 2-1 Lurst period lead on goals by Ed Joyal and Matt Ravh'ch. Simon No'lct scored Ln the first period for the Flyers and Andre Lac- OK in the third period. The Red Wings, involved in a lircc-tcam playo'f survival struggle with New York Rangers and Montreal Cana- diens, lake on the Bruins in Joslon lonight ar.d Sunday on wine ice. The defending champion Can- adiens, two poiuLs aliead of De- Iroil ar.d four ahead of Ncv. York, play the Rangers in Mon- treal tonight and in New York Sunday. Second place in the West Divi- sion is at slake lonight in Phila- delphia when the Flyers, point behind Pittsburgh, tangle with the Penguins. In the oilier Sunday contest, St. Louis visits Pittsburgh. With peared lo be seeking a fighl. In 1 Larry bojgias tlie Soviet-Czech game lasl m week anli-Sovicl placards were CAPRI BOWL raised and beer cans thrown HU-MODE HOMES into Ihe Eovicl players bullLInds Friday's game saw only vliis- Iling wlicn nag-waving Itussian fans tried lo chant support foi Iticir leam- TAKK 2-fl I.EAU V y a I c h c s 1 a v Starshinov opened the scoring for the Rus- sians after of piny and Vladimir Pctrov made it 2-01 minutes later and the Czechs seemed to lose licarl. Anstoli Firsov and Vladimir Vikumov raised the liiissian total in the second period. Jan Hrbaty scoi'ed lor the Czechs after five minutes of Ihe final period and Vikulov closed out the scoring a minute lalcr. It was the biggest score for U'.c. Russians againsl Czechoslo- vakia in a world tournament since a 7-1 victory in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, four years ago. The Czechs triumphed M at Ihe 1S63 Winter Olympics at Grenoble, France, and 20 and 4-3 at Ihe iadmiiilon Jlay Sunday The Civic Centre Badminton lub will to holding regular lay Easter Sunday from Iwo- until five o'clock in Ibo ftcrnoon. Next Surrday, April 5, Iho :iub will sponsor tlie City Open Tournament with residents o outhcrn Alberta qualified lo enter the event. Up for grabs at the lourna nienl will be the championship n Lhc men's and women's sin- ;les, Ihe men's and women's ioublcs, ar.d Ihe mixed doubles. Entries, which must be in Fri- day April 3, are 51.00 [or each event. HENRY HOWES Rtrr.pel 3W Bvl HcBur- 291. Heny Bro'.n 313, Merv 358 BrLte 213, Gordon Vorcom 2E3, Gloria Pearlryi 217, Elaine flrov.n 331 (ISO, Fran Sar- rcaenl 323, Linda Belly Pallerson 350, Lydia GeAcrsky 213. JCCA Gw Mofiyai-a 311, Jim TcmlyamA Jjm Adachl 300, Tom Tckio Horio 273. T.O.TI Ura.TO 293. Francis Hica D'J Miyalhiro SI Kai Kawnlro 27S, Cetlil 254, Nancy Kalafcaml 230, tfKt Sh-gehlro 205, San'.l Medvru-ra MORNIKG COFFEE 353; Agnes Pccra 230; Pal PJcrrp 221; Joare Bayon 20a; Dor- Hur.'er 217; Aria Teleris 712; Gloria Balais Dorclhy Errtrlon Gloria Pearson 351. MARTIN1ZING hitelle Bergman 333 Sniilri 331 Eileen Carter 7frs; Clc-ise Ives Asa Hw.roe Pal Plo.-np 2al; Je-T Kegl 374; Lyrn; Maiir.e BUCK 35J; Jean Passey 2 GREEN'S SHOES John fcritVson Jotk Mut- 324 (fltl; Eirl Arrr.O'.r 217 (SMI; Alex 276; B-ll HIeucka 27J; Sio'l 'SSI: Colleen Sindlir.s-r 2M Jran Chriltie 251 Msy Hietfrl 2ti; ElaT.e 254. EAGLES Jean 2J1; Kal> 7JI; Vi 331 Lvelyn Groves Kalhy 2a; 212; LE.I Grotcs 2e5; Gary 2l3j Bin Rliler 211. VASA LODGE A-vM Osee.i 27i; Bob Helton lltl Dick 200; Bca Hanjcn 20ft; Belle Bud Dave 2C4. Minor Ball Meeting The annual general meeting of the Minor Base- ball Association will he held April 2 in room 12 of the Civic Sports Centre. Klection o.' officers for Ihe coming year and other imper tanl matters will discussed at the meeting which will start el p.m. Everyone interested in minor baseball is invited to attend this important meeting, down lo SSSO.COO a season. pact now. FAH BEHIND The highest-paid pro foolball players days get annually. Baseball's biggest sal- ary cheques, in Ihe range, go lo.Willie Mays, Carl Yas'.rzcmski, Bob Gibson and Frank Howard. Basketball learns liavc re- cently signed contracts with col- lege athletes for r.early The big names this season arc committed but Ihcre are a hundred or so mere rookies to sign. And Ihe NBA and ABA still have lo deal with established stars like Jerry West, Wilt Chamherlain, Oscar Robertson and Willis Heed, all nick Mount, Ihe Purdue AU- American, signed earlier LMs month with the A3A Indiana Packers (or a contract that could ultimately result in over 40 years. Part ol Ihe deal calls for Mo-ant to get annually starling in 1090 20 years from a 20-year investment program. Nevertheless, the mcncy has lo eventually be paid. Where will it come from? Television, which financed the dollar duel Iwtwccn the pro football leagues before they merged, will, in a large part, finance Ir.e basket- ball bidding battle. The NBA last month a new Iclcvkion contract wliich will net annually. The ABA is negotiating television this game, Ihe Penguins will pick up their one game in hand on Philadelphia. Latin Boys Closing In Menue Stainpeders Win Crown CALGAIIY (CP) Calgary Slampcdcrs captured Ihe Al- berla Hockey League champion- ship Friday with a 3-0 win over Edmonton .Monarchs before 7.W5 fans. Sfampeders were carried lo he limit oE the best-ol-scven inal and now meet Spokane Jets of the Western International lockcy League in the opening round cf the western Allan Cu- >cst-of-five semi-finals here to- night. Dave Haley, Pete Wcston and Tommy Burgess scored tor Cal- Eimmor.s blocked 22 EIRICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES Seals Can't Make Move MEMBERSHIP FEES Magrath Golf Club Announces 1970 Golf Fees FAMILIES MAN AND 445 MEN WOMEN COILEGE STUDENTS Memberships Now Avciiloblo P.O. BOX 343rMAGRATH, AlBERTA. MONTREAL (CP) Oakland Seals of the Nalional Hockey League cannot move to Long Is- land, N.Y., because il is New York Rangers territory, says league president Clarence Campbell. lie was commenting Thursday night in an interview on a pub- lished report trial the Seals and Boston Celtics of Ihe National Basketball Association may be- come lio.T.e teams for the new S'assau County Coliseum on Long Island next year. The report said Island Sports and Entertainment Corp., one of seven firms bidding lo operate the Coliseum, has a written agreement from Woody Erd- man, head of a conglomerate wliich owns the Celtics and Seals, (o bring Ir.e learns lo Nassau if Island Sports is suc- cessful in i s bid to operate Ihe Coliseum, "It's no1, possible lo do that as far as hockey is Campbell said. "Such a move Would intrude on New York Hangers jurisdiction in Lhe I league. H is, he said, theoretically possible that NI1I. govc, nors I could study a possible change in the- league's rules lo allow the switch, hut il would also be i jc-ct lo UK veto of the Mangers ov.nprsfiip, "As .is I kno'.v, the Hnr.gcrs have not been ap- proached for their approval." OAKLAND ST. LOUIS 2 Firsl period I. Oakland, HickE 15 Vadnois) 2. Oalrla-d. 18 (Harnpson, H'cVe) Penalties Hide B. Plager R. Plager Imaior) period 3. Lo-jis, i. Oakland, Hovscll'', s'o7; i. SI. Lsjis. Den-is 1 Kl. Plaserl Per.ailics Hov.ell, Oakland bench (served by Tri-'d Period Na scc'ing. penal tiei P. Placer II. Sho's DT goal by SI- Lcjil.......... 5 17 5-37 Oakland.......... 11 THURSDAY CHICAGO 1 DETROIT B First Psriri-llo Harris De'rcil, Bench [I: many men on iccl pin HeslererlD JarreM, (iJoLb'e minor) Second PeriM-No sccrinj. Pera'lis HCW2 Third Period-1. Chicago, 3 (Kcrcl1, D. Hull) Penalties Kor.e. shals en cjaal by Delroil 12 t 14-3 AMcndar.ce 15.390. LOS ANGELES J PHILADELPHIA Fi-sl Periad-1. Phliadj'pti'a, 31 Hillmanl 3. 1- Anqelti, Jcyal I! isvs'.v, Raviichl 3. Lo', Anc.el55, 7 [Joyal, Schatk) IBr57. Ppnalliss Van Impe Waro'le VI. Hillrran, NATIOKAL LEAGUE Ifatt Divslcn tl L T G A Pts loslcn 33 14 17 7U 303 Los Ange'es LEADERS Orr, Ojilo, Chi Thacujk, HY GuyBllD, SI L 47 31 8 37; 141 53 37 19 15 733 t? jr 30 13 319 17S E7 35 21 IS 733 175 B5 39 37 12215224 73 Weil Diviien 35 77 ID 213 1H 24 34 II K a 17 31 24 195 53 71 T3 13 159 233 55 15 V 37 30) 747 52 12 50 10 157 214 34 Eary. Gary MIA-MI (AP) Bob Mennc sn't afford lo glance over his hculder. There's a matched set f Latin laugliing boys closing "round for (he sirctch run to a top cheque in Ihe Na ional Airlines Open Golf Tour namcnt. Mexican Ifc Trcvino streaked around the County Club of Miami course in sLt-under-par 66 Friday and Puerto Rican Chi ;hi Rodriguez thot both al nine-uniler J3.i lor two days' work. iilcnne withstood pressure to back up his course record C4 of Thursday with a sharp 63, giv- ing the unknown from .Massa- chusetts a two-stroke lead willi 36 holes on Ihe docket. Behind the (ronl-nmning Ihree-somc is II. H. Sikes at IM, one behind Trcvino and Hodri- guez and Ihree off Menne's blaz- ing pace. Leading money winner Dick Lolz kept his game hot with a 66 shots in registering his second shutout of Ihe scries. had 26 shots at Barry Tlichard- son in the Edincnion nets. learns battled through a scoreless [irst period and Cal- gary led 1-0 alter the second. Edmonton look seven of 12 penalties called by referee Ber- nic Holey of Red Deer, includ- ing a ten minulc misconduct to Art Hart late in the Lhird period. Rolellc, NY Ba'cn, NY WESTERN LEAGUE G A Pll Pirn 33 79 ICil 171 39 51 50 50 3? 4( 64 5Q 75 a 75 37 1> J5 73 31 37 70 31 35 a 13 3J 33 24 35 eS 16 23 39 IA 102 Vancouver PcrtrsnS San Seatlle Phccnij Denvtr.. Salt Lake ti L T A f.; Alberla Senlsr Edrror.fcn 0 Caigary 3 Calgary wlr.s fl-ll i-i V7citcrn canarii Fli.n Flcn 3 Brandyi 2 Flin Fico tesl cl-savcn leml- -i-sl 4-0 2 SuHI Current 1 Edmonlo.-i leads beslof-seven q-jar- 'r-linal 7-1 Winnipeg 7 3 leads best-o'-seven qLar- ler-linal 3-0 and cne tied Calgary 1 Saskaloc-i 4 SasValoon leads besl-of-ieYen quar- ler-linal 2-1 Memorial Cup 0 3 leads beit-oTseven Canaia qjarler-li-a[ 3-2 THURSDAY 1 Dclrcil o Philadelphia 2 Angclei 1 Eastern Cliilon 3 li'.-a Haven 0 Clinlcn Icjds best-ol-seven 3-0 Weslern Der.vcr 5 San Diego 5 IS 8 373 3Ci ffl 31 7 331 87 30 37 10 713 737 70 !7 33 B 223 2J? 67 75 31 II 237 340 (I 31 37 10 237 3J5 52 15 40 It 337 345 tl Diego 5 ealllt 2 berry i'.cir.d LCI Angles, Lt- 6 f Joyal) Penally Jsml' li-sl 40 Gve'pfi 1 Branldrd wins bcst-cf-sevcn lerr.l Vancejver 2 Se Interralional f.'.usVegon 1 Dayton 1 FirM game, besl-Df-seven N'ewlCLT.Oiand Senior GflnJtr 1 SI. 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