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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuelduy, May J, I97S WE IFTHBRIDGH HERAID 9 Ratette, Fairbairn appear ready to play Francis denies accusing Bailey of cheap shot BOSTON (CP) Emile Fran- cis admitted Monday in a tele- phone interview from New York that both Jean Ratelle and Bill Fairbairn were hurting, but de- nied he had accused Boston's Garnet Bailey of knocking Ron Stewart out of the Stanley Cup playoffs with an elbow smash that would do justice to profes- sional wrestling. "I know Bailey hit Stewart with his elbow, but I didn't say it was said Francis, New York's general manager- coach. "1 did say he hit him with an elbow. You and I both know it wasn't a program." Bailey delivered the shot that sent (he Hanger veteran reeling in the second period, then later fired the goal that sent New York spinning to a 6-5 loss as the Bruins took the opener in the b e s t -o f -s e v e n National Hockey League final. Second game in the series goes tonight at p.m. MDT. "No, Ron won't said Francis. "Ho was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital and was gonna have h i s jaw wired this morning. "He'll return to New York with us after the game.'" Calgary, Miami are out, now has 10 teams By THE CANADIAN PRESS Two franchises in the World Hockey Association have been cancelled but the president of the new professional league still vows that the WHA will have 12 teams to open the season next fall. Gary L. Davidson of Santa Ana, Calif., president of the WHA, said Monday franchises in Calgary and Miami, Fla. were cancelled when neither city posted its performance bond by the weekend deadline. He said one of the principals in Calgary is ill while the Miami franchise is stymied by a CAPP DO FIND ALWAYS 1 WRITE SOMETHINV ON A STEAMED UP' MIRROR: Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands park race results Monday: FIRST allowance, 3 year olds, 5 fur- Golden Brisket (Levlne) 3.IQ 2.90 3.50, Regal Point (Sanchez) 4.10 2.60, Shield of Hope (Kipling) 3.00. Time: 3-5 Derby Count) takes over league lead LONDON (CP) Derby- County took over the leadership of the" English Football League First Division Monday night when it beat Liverpool 1-0. But Derby may yet have to surrender the soccer title to ei- ther Liverpool or Leeds United, which Monday beat Chelsea 2-0 at home. Derby, which has finished its league campaign, has 58 points, one more than Leeds and two more than Liverpool. Both clubs still have one match to play. They have better goal averages than Derby, so both will pass the current leader if they should finish even on points with Derby. Leeds, which is in the final the English FA Cup, has a great chance of notching the double. They need only one point from their final game, away to Wol- verhampton Wanderers May 8, to take the championship. Liverpool can only finish first if it wins on champions Arsenal's ground (he same day and in addition Leeds loses to Wolverhampton. Derby ended a Liverpool mil of IS matches wilhout defeat with a single goal scored by John McGovem. In Ihe 74th minute, hundreds of spectators cascaded onlo Hie pitch. Nine persons were taken to hospital but none of the cas- ualties was seriously injured. The incident was caused by spectators jumping up and down in unison, causing Ihe front sec- lion of Iho crowd to bo pushed forward. Never Silent, Celdor, Western Strip, Tlnga Whippet, Klondike Lure also ran SECOND (UOO claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Amber Day (Watson) 9.90 5.40 3.50, Rapid Dove (Whittle) 5.00 3.30, Why Red (Morris) 3.10. Time 2-5 Bhal Force, Brown Page, Parkland Prince. Chantage, Night Shine also ran DAILY DOUBLE: S19.10 THIRD allowance, 2 year olds, 3 tur- longs Free To Travel (Hedge) 4.40 3.60 3 30, supreme Merger (Whittle) 7.30 3.50, Win A Point (Combs) 3.40 Time :35 3-5 Sherzad, Monkey Pod, Royal Horse- guards, Another Trip also ran, QUINELLA: 133.50 Track Scratch EaglB Star FOURTH claiming, 3 yei olds, 5 fur- Rullah Morn (Norrls) 11.30 3.30 2.40, ulack Rouser (Sanchez) 2.60 2.20, Shady Style (Haynes) Time: 1-5 Call M Star, C C Magic also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Bonny (Shields) 16.10 7.30 5.30, D (Whittle) 7.00 4.90, Gay Stitch (Haynes) 9.50. Time: 2-5 Daska, Tiger Tracks, Good Fortune. Olympic Sun and shock Troop also ran EACTOR: S59.50 SIXTH claiming, 4 year old! and up, Careless Sun (Whittle) 3.10 3.20 3.00, Shootalonq (Hanson) 7.90 4.60, Ky Hon- or (Hedge) 5.60. Time: Day Will Come, Crystal Chimes, Mr Bridle, Silver Del, Duchess Han also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up- 5 furloncis Martini Jnd.-iP (KInlinol p.40 4.20 3.50, lame Prince (Whittle) 5.50 4.60, iondlfs Jewell (Hedge) 650 Time: Four Lights, Mlssyway, Rovlngdoc- tor, Jun Ken Poi, Tinga Page also ran. EIGHTH claiming. 4 year olds and p, 5 furlcncis Plodder. Frrtune (Hedge) 9.60 4.40 50, Touch 0 Erin 4.00 Jimwm (Shields) 4.60. Time: 3-5 Lyndon Valley, Moorqato, Dreamln Demon, Tux N Tails, Blue Slrome also OUINELLA: S25.20 zoning regulation involving parking lots for an arena. "We will not go into Davidson said in a statement. "There is no playing facility available there." Ten teams posted performance bonds at a WHA meeting in Chicago April 15. These were Edmonton, Winni- peg, Ottawa, Quebec, Los Ange- les, Chicago, Houston, Minne- sota, New England and New York. TALK TO OTHERS "We are also actively talkin, wilh other groups from Phila- delphia and Salt Lake City and some cities that have applied for National Hockey League Davidson said. He said he could not divulge the names of the groups now but "we will have 12 teams." adding that the problem now is to keep below 12. Davidson also said a new ownership group in Calgary has been in contact wilh the WHA and discussions are being held relative to keeping a team in that city. Scolty Munro, one of the origi- nal backers of the Calpary fran- chise and a co-owner of Calgary Centennials in the Western Can- ada Hockey League, announced three weeks ago he was with- drawing because "junior hockey is my life." He had first sought the WHA entry with Bob Brownridge, an oilman, who became seriously ill and withdrew several months ago. Two other Boswell and Orest also withdrew last month. Hershick said the Calgary entry was "under-financed from the beginning" and added he was convinced the entry would never get off the ground. McCARTAN SIGNS Meanwhile, Minnesota Fight- ing Saints announced two sign- ings Antonovich of the University of Minnesota and Jack McCartan, 35. former Minnesota graduate who was the goalie on the I960 U.S. Olympic team that defeated Russia for a gold medal. McCartan later played in 12 games for New York Rangers of the NHL during the 1959-60 and 1960-01 seasons. He has played for San Diego Gulls in the West- ern Hockey League for the last 10 years. In Montreal, Morden Lazarus, the lawyer for Pete Mahovlich, said Monday the Canadiens' left winger is "under a lot of pres- sure" to sign with the Fighting Saints. Lazarus said the team is of- fering Mahovlich "a lot of money" and the left winger is in a "very pensive mood." Lak IIOWELI, AGREES LOS ANGELES (API Vet- eran dcfenceman Harry Howell, last week was reported to have agreed to coach a learn in the new World Hookey Associa- tion, signed his 1972-73 conlract n.s a player for Los Angeles Kings Monday, the National Hockey League team reported. leers name Vaselenak Doug Frier, manager of the Lcthbridge Lakers, announced Monday night Hint John Vase- lenak will handle the coaching duties for the 1972 Alberta Major Baseball League sea- son. Lethbridge secured a fran- chise in Ihe AMBL Ibis year and will play a 34 game sched- ule againsi teams from Edmon- ton, Calgary and Kcd Deer. Edmonton and Calgary will have two ball clubs playing in the league. Vaselenak coached tile Leth- bridge Junior Miners last sea- son and guided his club to the Canadian Junior Baseball championships affer winning the Alherla title. It was also released that AI Ferchuk will act as the pitch- ing coach and Marry Swan has taken on the purchasiug duties for Uie 1972 season. SPRING TRANSMISSION TUNE-UP Drnin transmission and torque converter Adjust transmission bands Adjust kick-down Readiest transmission operation CERTIFIED NOW ONtY (pnrts cxtrn) 'Ask about our own credit financing' KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and llth St. S., Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 Bowling JUANTFA LINGARD lops the women CAPRI BOWL, Hie tip of the cap for the coveted bowler-of-the-monlh awards goes to Jack Smeed and Juanita Lingard Jack, long one of the top trundlers in Alberta, took the men's honors with a brilliant display in the Alberta Master rolloffs lie took the title with 308, 284, and 314 for a rousing triple of the highest three-game total at Capri, this year Juanita got the nod as the women's bowler of the month by rattling the pins for 270, 257 and 362, 325 big pins over her average in Riga's tills year Bowlers-of-the-week are Karen Carney and Duane Spifzer Carney paced her team to victory in the women's all-star rolloff, hitting for games of 248, 287, 236 and 269 for a four-game pinfall of and an average of 260 Duane led the men with a fine performance in the city mixed championships, turning in 231, 199, 310 and 333 for a four-game pinfall of and an average of 258. In the women's city team championships, the Mar- tinizing League team of Isabel Orsten. Freda Linn, Lorraine Kirchner, May Hiebert and Isabelle Berg- man took the Art Smith memorial trophy while in. the mixed city team rolloffs the winners of the Law- rence Mead memorial trophy were the Young Adults League squad of Randy Wolstoncroft, Suzan McDonald, Klaus Witzke, Duane Spitzer and Linda Malcomson. In the women's all-star rolloffs, the South Plaza Beauty Parlor trophy went to Martinizmg in the four- game rolloff the individual leaders were Karen Carney 287 and Bea Salmon 301 and 904, Isabelle Bergman 256 and 919, Dena Smith 245 and 900 and Betty Paterson 263 and 846 Meantime, the senior citizens selected their 12 top men and eight women for the south zone finals in Medicine Hat Sunday wilh the winning teams going to Edmonton June 11 for the provincial final In the rolloffs, Nellie Berry led the women by bowling 39 pins over her average and Bert Madill paced the men, 110 pins over his average. Individually, the week's top stars were Cliff Block with a 304 in Simpsons-Sears, Gary Ward 318, Randy Wolstoncroft 341 and a 993 for four games, Duane Spitzer 333 and and Otto Pankotay 303 and 925 in the city championships, Velta Argals 305 in Higa's, Lorraine 'Kirchner 322 and May Hiebert 328 in the city rolloffs, Jean Christie 306 and 807 in Speedys, Linda Aspeslet 329 in Morning Coffee. Marge Malcom- son 327 and Mary Wishnevski 29-1 and 781 in NuMode. Linda Aspeslet 306 and 952 for four, Joyce Marsdcn 318 and 957 and Karlyn Spitzer 292 and in the city rolloffs, Brenda Pedcrsen 304 in Young Adults wiih Phyl Harrison 303 and 916. Barb 286 and 906, Mary Onafrychuk 274 and Dorothy Sor- ensen 283 and 916. Bea Salmon 301 and 941, Karen Carney 287 and 1.040 and Linda Hovcy 289 and 918 in Ihe all-star rolloffs. An important meeting of the Lethbridge Fivepin Association is scheduled for May 10 at 7 a.m. at Capri to set plans for the 1972-73 season and also elect a new slate of officers a full turnout, please. Francis, however, had n good medical report on Ratelle and Fairbairn. Ratelle, coming off a broken ankle, played his first game in nearly two months Sunday and Fairbairn was tripped up by Boston's Johnny Bucyk. lie suf- fered a knee injury in the colli- sion. "Billy worked out for an hour this morning and there was no said the Ranger coach. "As for Jean, there's no change planned for him. Til continue to use Bobby Rousseau on Jean's line with Vic (Hadfield) and Rod Gilbert. He's been going pretty good. Jean is skating well so I'll use him a little more. "He's not suffering any 111 ef- fects and has no problem skat- ing. But unless I go with four lines, I don't think he's ready for regular shift." LINEUP NOT SET The Cat, as Francis is known, said he hadn't settled on what realignment Stewart's injury would force him into for the second game. "I might dress six defence- men instead of 12 forwards and still have enough for four Francis said, adding: "You know, I can always use Rod Seiling as a forward." Francis would not rap lu's vet- eran goallender, Ed Giacomin, for getting pulled out of position on Bailey's game-winner with left in the game. "Eddie made the right move tried to stick-check the puck off Bailey's said Francis. "But what surprised me was the fact that Bailey was even able to get around in front of the net. "I thought Brad Park had skated him out of position. Then suddenly he's in front of the net. "Eddie went down on one knee to poke-check him and suddenly the puck went up his stick into the net." DOESN'T NAME GOALIE Despite his forebearance, Francis continued his game-to- game policy of naming his starting netminder "on the day of tbe game." Giacomin shared the chores with Gilles Villemure during the season and when Giacomin was injured in the first game of the semi-fir.als with Chicago Black Hawks Villemure moved in to sweep three more from tbe Hawks. Boston coach Tom Johnson has a different approach. "I like to let them (goalies) know a day ahead of time to let them prepare for the saiti Jolinson. Veteran Ed Johnston is schd' uled to start tonight's game, in a continuing Boston policy to al- ternate don't call it alternating, just using them every other says John- son. "They're both playing real well, so it doesn't matter who 1 start." Johnston has a 1.75 goal-a- gainst average, allowing only seven goals in four playoff games while Gerry Cheevers has let in 16 shots in six games for a 2.64 average. Maclean hits net twice I Rick Maclean scored twice and led Paterson to a 4-2 vic- i tory over Immanuel Christian i in City Junior School Soc- j cer League action Monday i night. Ken Hall and Jeff Virtue added singles in the easy while Richard Ons and John j Bartol replied for the losers. LEAGUE STANDINGS TIIKKIO LIONS I'lAY olis Snints of the cm-! still WIN nut definite, only a VANCOUVER (CPt Three bryonic World Hockey Associa-[ likelihood, but that it likely new players with the British i Uon, his lawyer Monday. j would be done- in Boston shortly Columbia Lions of the ''lie hasn't iUorden i ,'iftcr the Stanley Cup final ends. Football Conference have boon selected to play in the 1972 All- American game nt Lubboek, Tex. June 21. Running hack Johnny Musso from Alabama, linebacker Ray Nettles from the University of Tennessee and defensive line- man Uon Kstay from Louisiana Stale will play for Ihe east all- star squad. Lazarus said in an interview, Orr, the league's No. 1 de- but there will be a soon. Lazarus Ihe Fighting Saints are offering Mahovlich "a lol of money." decision fcnceman who in 10 games had already lied a playoff record for set by Jean Beli- vcau of Montreal Canadiens in 20 games last said lie has been bothered by the carti- lage problem about two months. MAHOVLICH PRESSURED MONTREAL (CP) Polo left is "under n lot. of SUHCiKKV 1.IKKI.Y BOSTON (Cl'l Dr. Ashby n n c u r c confirmed Monday DKNIKS IIKI'OKTS PHILADELPHIA that Bobby Orr may undergo surgery after the National Hockey League season ends to remove n floating piece of carti- lage f.'iim his left knee The Hoslon Bruins team doo- Yaney Durham, manager of heavyweight boxing champion Joe today denied n claim bv Muhammad Ali, Ihe prcssurc" to sign with Mimican- j tor stressed that Uie operation! fighters close to signing "Golfer of the Year" STILL HE AD STEADY SWING A still bead until the ball is struck is essential to a correct swing, for this will help keep your club head moving in a Si steady are and result in flush hits. Here is a good way to detect possibla head movement. On tha practice tee, have 'a j friend stand opposite your chest and rest the grip end of a club on top of your head. If your lead bobs or moves erally, he'll be able to tell z by the movement of the club. Practice until you S get the feeling of a still g head, and your game will p- improve. Takevasu hot V in golf play C2 JL Shig Takeyasu led the way as Fraches came up with a big team effort in Monday's action in the Lakeside Golf League at Henderson. Takeyasu toured the Lake Layout in 33 blows to win low gross. His handicap of six earn- ed him low net of 32 and to- gether with teammates Mike Tobo, Kyoto Shigehiro and Nobby Tajiri won the low team net of 142. In earning low team net the Fraches' foursome belle d Owens for the maximum eight points to move to within four points of first place Dorigatti's in the league standings. Fleming's also came up with an eight point sweep as they took all the points from Safe- way. Dorigatti continues to lead the league with 18 points two more than Flemings and three more than the Sugar Beeters. LAKESIDE Dorigatti Fleming Sugnr Deetera House ol Freches A and w Walkers Pahulje Choc Lethbrldge Herald Owen Gentlemen III Jubilee Homes Singer Ace Building Parsons Hardv Imperial Life Saleways are DSC SERVICE We Install 4 new front brake pads, repack V outer front bearings and inspect calipers, rolors and rear brakes. Discs machined, calipers rebuilt nt extra cost. BALANCE 1O-POINT Cornor 8th Sr. and 3rd Avo. S. Phono 337.8548 ;