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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 LETHBRIDfiE HERALD May 1974 Hill head new junior team By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Lethbndge. baseball fans will have a new team to cheer for this season with the arrival of junior baseball on the local scene. The Lethbridge Junior Miners will participate in the south division of the new Alberta Junior Baseball League. This is the initial year of operation for the which is the first attempt at organized junior baseball in Alberta in some time. The league is for boys between the ages of 16 and 22 and so provides an intermediate level between the minor baseball network and the Alberta Major Baseball League. Former AMBL Commissioner Russ Parker has been selected to head the giving it some of the administrative experience needed for the league to be a success. The southern division will be composed of two Calgary as well as teams from High Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. The who will operate out of Henderson are managed by Ted who has been active in Lethbridge baseball cricles for several years at the Pony and Big League levels. Hill will get help from former Lethbridge Laker manager Doug Frier. Frier will hold down the coaching position with the team. The AJBL schedule opens May 24 and will run into mid-July. Following regular season there will be a round-robin tournament to decide the south division champion. The winning team will then play off against the north division champ for the Alberta Junior title and a berth in the Canadian finals. Coach Frier is excited about the arrival of this league in Lethbridge. He feels that it is a shame that boys who are finished Senior Little have in the had nowhere to play in the city unless they can make the Lakers' team. even this team will not provide opportunities for all the boys who are interested. Frier is of the opinion that Lethbridge needs a city league at the junior age level. But it is very hard to get this type of thing off the ground. parents are interested and willing to help out while their kids are playing Little League says Frier. once the boys reach a certain the interest seems to This makes the organization of a city league very difficult and deprives many boys of the opportunity to continue participation in a sport which they enjoy. real shame is that if a boy sits out for a he tends to lose interest in the game. You lose a lot of talented ballplayers this way If there are boys in Lethbridge who enjoy baseball enough to spend their spare time at and the opportunity is not they may wind up devoting free hours to less socially desirable activities Perhaps the Lethbridge Junior Miners will provide the necessary stimulus for organized baseball for 16 to 22- year olds at the local level. At any Coach Frier reports that about 35 players have been showing up for the early workouts. most of the positions are still up for grabs and all interested boys are invited to come out. Manager Hill stresses that the team is not restricted to Lethbridge city the invitation is extended to all of southern Alberta. The Miners will practice tonight and Friday at the Henderson with both workouts going at six o'clock. They will hit the field again on Sunday morning at 10 Sports of all sorts Lethbrio'ge's Len Frig moves in to help Frig looked sharp as Hawks ousted Success no surprise to Sheppard CHICAGO Gregg Sheppard can't account for his new-found scoring but it's not surprising to him that he's suddenly overshadowing more highly-regarded team- mates. The 24-year-old centre from North scored his ninth playoff goal in the third period Tuesday night to lead Boston Bruins to a 4-2 win over Chicago Black Hawks. It ended the best-of-seven Stanley Cup semi-final in six games and the who last won the championship in await the outcome of the Philadelphia Flyers-New York Rangers' series. Sheppard blasted a shot past Chicago goalie Tony Esposito at in the National Crisp got Flyers going Watson is out VANCOUVER The Province says Phil Watson has been fired as general manager of Vancouver Blazers of the World Hockey Association. The morning newspaper the club will make the announcement today on the fate of the former player and coach of the National Hockey League New York Rangers PHILADELPHIA Terry Crisp's scream woke up Philadelphia Flyers in a Stanley Cup playoff game Tuesday night. The 30-year-old centre didn't pick up a point in the Flyers' 4-1 win over New York but coach Fred Shero couldn't say enough about him. was the guy who did all the shouting at the beginning of the second period. He screamed at me and them that we had to get we had to go all Shero said he didn't know what Crisp was screaming about but until the most important thing we did was to survive the first The win gave the Flyers a 3- 2 lead in the best-of-seven Na- tional Hockey League semi- final series. The sixth game is scheduled for Thursday night in New starting at 6 p.m. MDT Rick MacLeish scored two FULL 4-PLY NYLON TIRES 650-13 '2 ply tire Only No charge for lire mounting No trade-in required RUGGED NYLON CORD MILEAGE GUARANTEED HALLMARK DURABLE QUALITY MILES S. STRONG DEPENDABLE RIDE OR 2O MONTHS our MONTHS ENGINE TUNE-UP 6 cyl. 8 Cyl. Can Most North American Cars For Improved Operating Economy Let Our Expert New plugs and condenser. Engine and car- buretor. 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First defen- ceman used throughout as a replacement for injured Barry beat goalie Ed Giacomin at Then Rick with team-mate Gary Dornhoefer acting as a sent the Flyers ahead 2-1 with less than three minutes left in the period. Nolet gave the Flyers a 3-1 margin at of the final pe- riod when his slapshot from the faceoff circle trickled into the net after Giacomin managed to partially block the puck with his right pad. MacLeish completed the scoring after striking the goal post with his first he fired the rebound into an empty net in the final minute. New York coach Emile Francis had removed Giacomin for a sixth attacker. The who received a standing ovation from fans when they emerged for the opening are the first expansion team to have won three playoff games in one series from an established NHL team. PHILADELPHIA N.Y. RANGERS 1 Flrtl period 1. NY Stemkowski 5 Penalties Clarke Saleski 2-56. Vickers Van Impe Dupont Stemkowski Schultz misconduct Vickers 15.48. Second period 2. Bladon 3 3. MacLeish 9 Penalties Kindrachuk Stemkowski Third period 4. Nolet i Watson. c. MacLeish 10 Jim Penalties Nielson double minor. Selling Harris Dornhoefer 8'30 Shots on goal by NY Rangers 10 11 7-28 Philadelphia 5 14 9-28 Attendance 17.007. Hockey League game. had the post said the Chicago he blew it right through my pads It was Esposito who pulled the Hawks through most of the previous five but it was left for his Boston Gilles to pull out game No. 6 for the Bruins. Gilbert's acrobatics held the Hawks to one first-period by Cliff and another from a Chicago power by Len to tie the score at 2-2 early in the third. MARCOTTE CLICKS Don Marcotte's two-period goals gave the Bruins a 2-1 lead going into the final 20 minutes of regulation time and Phil Esposito added insurance with an empty-net goal 33 seconds after Sheppard's score. After a disappointing soph- omors in which he scored just 16 of them after the New Sheppard had a ready-made answer as to why he's suddenly developed as a scorer. always been able to he noting the 24 he got as a rookie while playing on the Bruins' checking line the first two months of this year I couldn't buy a goal. I sat down with coach Bep Guidolin and we checked through a few films. He told me then he had no intention of sitting me and this gave me a lot of The outshot dominated the as they have no other in the the two they won on the strength of Esposito's goaltending. were on us like gang- said Boston defen- ceman Bobby a key figure in the Boston offence. were all over us with their just like we did to them in Boston BOSTON CHICAGO 2 First period 1. Koroll 2 Penalties Koroll Hodge Schrhautz Marks 20.00. Second period 2. Marcotte 2 3. Marcotte 3 10-05. Penalties Redmond Vadnais Mikita Sims Gilbert by Marks 1901. Third period 4. Frig 1 5. Sheppard 9 6. Esposito 7 1844. Penalties Hodge White misconduct 12-00 Shots on goal by Boston 6 16 Chicago 11 7 Attendance DEPARTMENT STORES A niVlSIIN OF UV WCIOIWCRIH CD LTD College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlvt Open Dally 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to p.m. SATISFACTION GUUUNTEED LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Annual Banquet and Trophy Awards LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION MAY 12th P.M. TICKETS 3.00 EACH Available Qordte'a Grocery Special Occaefon fihoppe Trtrlttway Oraen'a Shoee and at the L.M.H.A. Booth at Centre Village Mall on May and College Mall on May 4. NOT AVAILABLE AT THE DOOM AN Minor Hockey Teams must him In raffle tickets thla METZGER OUT HOUSTON Houston Astros' shortstop Roger Metzger has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of an injured thumb. Metzger was hurt in a collision with pitcher Don Wilson while running in the outfield about two hours before the Astros' National League baseball game Monday night with Chicago Cubs. TIGER OUT OF ACTION DETROIT Detroit Tiger pitcher Luke Walker has been placed on the 21-day disabled list as a result of a' head injury he received during an exhibition game at Cincinnati April 22. The 30- year-old southpaw was struck above the left ear by a line drive hit by Reds catcher Johnny Bench. FIGHT SET Md. Oscar Bonavena of Argentina will meet Larry Middleton of Batlimore in a scheduled 12- round heavyweight fight at the Capital Centre on May it was announced Tuesday. SURVIVES KNOCKDOWN PARIS Former world welterweight boxing champion Billy Backus of survived a knockdown and a cut eye to stop Jacques Kechichian of France after five rounds DENVER FIRES COACH DENVER Alex Hannum was fired Tuesday as coach of Denver Rockets the American Basketball' the club announced. Hannum had been coach of the who missed the playoffs this for three seasons. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL St Louis 13 9 591 Montreal 9 7 .563 1 Philadelphia 10 11 476 Z'A Chicago 7 11 389 4 New York 6 13 381 4V4 Pittsburgh .6 12 333 5 West Los Angeles___17 6 .739 Houston....... 14 10 .583 3V4 Cincinnati 10 9 .526 5 San Francisco .11 12 478 6 Atlanta .11 12 .478 6 San Dieqo 10 14 417 7V4 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Carlton at San Francisco Bryant Montreal McAnally at San Diego Freisieben Cincinnati Bilhngham at Pittsburgh Reuss Atlanta Morton at St Louis Curtis Chicago Reuschel at Houston Griffin New York Seaver at Los Angeles Messersmith TUESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 020 000 6 0 Houston 000 010 9 2 Pma Burns and Scherman Forsch and Edwards Atlanta 000 000 200-2 6 1 St Louis 101 300 13 Reed House Gentry and Hrabosky and Simmons HRs- All Aaron SL Brock Cincinnati at ppd ram Atlanta 000 000 200-2 6 1 St Louis 101 300 02x-7 13 0 Reed House Gentry and McGlothlin Hrabosky and Simmons HRs- All Aaron SL Brock Cincinnati at Pittsburgh ram Philadelphia 300 000 11 2 San Francisco 100 000 301-5 10 3 Ruthven. Culver Lmzy Watt and Boone Barr Sosa Moffitt and Rader HR- Pha Bowa NewYoik 301 020 12 1 Los Angeles 000 002 8 3 Miller and Hough Brewer Marshall and Ferguson HRs LA Russell Garvev Montreal 100 000 8 1 San Diego 100 001 7 1 Renko and Greil Romo and Kendall LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE AB SL 84 Pgh 72 Hou 67 SL... 90 Phila 58 SF 95 SD 73 Atl 74 Cm 81 15 28 346 Hou 70 7 24 .343 LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE AB R H Pet. Min .88 12 35 .398 Oak 78 18 31 397 Stanton.Cal ..59 12 23 390 Det. 50 5 18 .360 Chi 78 12 28.359 NY......56 6 20 357 Bal .......68 14 24 .353 Bos 72 8 25 347 Cle 81 11 28 346 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 4 Chicago 2 Boston wins best-of-seven semi- final 4-2 Philadelphia 4 NY Rangers 1 Philadelphia leads best-o'-seven semi-final 3-2 Quebec Major Junior Quebec 8 Sorel 4 Quebec wins best-of-seven final 4- 2 Centennial Cup Thunder Bay 9 Smiths Falls 3 Best-of-seyen final tied 3-3 Kelowna 7 Selkirk 3 Best-ol-seven final tied 3-3 R H Pet. 9 35 .417 15 27 .375 13 25 .373 16 33 .367 12 21 .362 16 34 358 26 356 26 351 13 17 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GBL Baltimore.......11 8 .579 New York......13 10 .565 Milwaukee.....9 8 .529 1 Cleveland 10 11 476 2 Detroit 9 10 474 2 Boston .10 12 .455 Wilt Texas .13 8 .619 California...... 11 11 .500 Oakland...... 10 10 .500 ZVi Minnesota 9 11 .450 ZVt Chicago 8 11 421 4 Kansas City 811 4214 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Hunter at New York Dobson California Stonernan at Boston Lee Detroit LaGrow at Kansas City Busby Texas Hargan at Milwaukee Slaton Baltimore McNally at Chicago Kaat TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 200 040 020-8 13 0 Minnesota 000 010 200-3 8 4 Peterson Beene and Blyleven Corbin Bergmeier and Hundley Cle Duffy Minn Oakland 001 100 001-3 7 0 New York 010 000 10 0 Blue Lmdblad and Stottlemyre Lyle and Munson. HRs NY Sudakis White Chambliss Oak Jackson Tenace California 122 600 18 0 Boston 200 100 662 Ryan demons and Cleveland Segui and Montgomery HRs- Cal Chalk Bos McAuliffe Cooper Detroit 000 031 300-7 15 0 Kansas City 100 000 10x-2 8 1 Lolich and Garber McDaniel and Healy KC Healy Texas 001 000 560-12 13 1. Milwaukee 400 002 12 3 Bibby Foucault and Rodriguez Murphy Bell Sprague and Porter. Tex Burroughs Spencer Tovar Mil Garcia Baltimore 100 000 7 1 Chicago 000 000 7 1 Palmer and Bahnsen and Herrmann HR- Chi Santo NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE E W L F A P Boston...........4 2 28 20 E Chicago..........2 4 20 28 4 Series F W L F A P Philadelphia 3 2 17 10 6 New York. .2 3 10 17 4 NHL PLAYOFF LEADERS G A Pli Pha 10 B 9 B 7 B. 7 B 5 B 1 C............. 5 R 5 R.............3 B......3 Vadnais B 1 WORLD HOCKEY LEAGUE SarlM E W L F Houston..........3 2 23 Minnesota.........2 3 16 Series F W L F Toronto 2 218 Chicago 2 2 17 WHA PLAYOFF LEADERS G M.........10 H.............. 7 Mark H 7 M............ 6 H......... 4 T.........2 T 5 C 4 H 6 M............ 5 C 1 4 14 5 14 7 14 4 11 6 11 10 11 A P 16 6 23 4 A P 17 4 18 4 A Pis B 18 9 16 7 14 6 12 8 12 10 12 6 11 7 11 4 10 5 10 9 10 The Lethbridge Athletic Association 3rd Annual Awards Night May for The Lethbridge Y's Men's Native Sons Junior Hockey Club Tickata may ba obtained by Mr. Ray Naaon at All Star Phono 328-0304 ;