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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Think Think Ahead. Now Itftht lima to rcglatar for CHRISTMAS IN HAWAI11974 Contact.. ARt WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAQI MAIL PHONE 321-3201 The Herald Sports Travel bothers Flyers' Parent NEW YORK It's the travelling that bugs Bernie Parent. He doesn't care how many games he plays in goal for Philadelphia Flyers. one of the reasons why the Flyers have a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup semi-final series with New York led the National Hockey League during the regular season with 12 shutouts. He shared the Vezina trophy as the top goaltender with Tony Esposito of Chicago Black Hawks and set records for most most 73. and most minutes 4.314. Bruins after Hull CHICAGO Coach Qep Guidolin says he ordered his Boston Bruins players to pay extra attention to throwing checks at injured left-winger Dennis Hull of Chicago Black Hawks in Tuesday's Stanley Cup playoff game. suffering from a muscle spasm in his tried to play early in the but after absorbing a couple stiff he retired to the bench because of the pain. admit we picked on him when he was in there for that short said Guidolin. told our guys to concen- trate on left wing and try to get something going. You hate to do but that's the way rhe game is The Bruins won the game 4- i to eliminate the Hawks four ijames to two in the best-of- National Hockey League semi-final. Hull also missed the fifth of the series in Boston Sunday. He said he tried to have the bothersome muscle before Tuesday's game. ''We tried to freeze it after the but it didn't take. We couldn't locate the right spot. couldn't do the club any good I just couldn't The 29-year-old native of Montreal will undoubtedly be the key man in Madison Square Garden tonight when the Rangers and Flyers battle in the sixth game of their series. The game is scheduled for 6 p.m. MDT and will be televised by CBC. Asked if playing 73 of 78 regular-season games plus all nine playoff matches wasn't too much of a strain on a Parent unless the games are back to back or if there's a lot of travel involved. Sometimes the travelling is as hard as playing a The Flyers gained the edge Tuesday night with a 4-1 win after dropping a pair of games f- 'n a city which has tr CHI been the scene of only one vic- tory for Philadelphia in its seven-season history. Opposing coach Cat Francis says Parent has hurt his team more that any other Flyer. We could have been off and running in that first period and half of the second if it hadn't been for Coach Fred Shero said he seldom asks Parent to practice unless there is a three-or four-day layoff between games. he'll come to me and tell me when he wants to Shero said. So far Shero's system with his goaltender paid and observers agree that had it not been for the Flyers would not hold their current advantage. While the Flyers outshot the Rangers 53-49 in the first two games of the New York held a 76-35 advantage in the next two. Students from far and wide at Gladstone Rodeo College By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Unlike most whose enrolment is limited 'to a few miles the Jim Gladstone Rodeo College draws students from as far away as New Zealand. Besides New Zealand's Gar McMaster the Gladstone school also has students from Wyoming and Apple California. Tuition fees for the college ra'nge from to in the boys' steer riding and the barrel racing to for the major events like bull bareback and saddle bronc calf roping and steer wrestling. The average age of the students is in the mid with many of them participating in rodeo events for the first time. The youngest students are enrolled in the boys steer riding section. limited the boys to 13 years and under and some of them are as young as six and school director Jim Gladstone stated. Instructors at the college are highly being either world or Canadian champions or National Finals competitors. Former worl all round champion Phil Lyne of George Texas handled the recently completed calf roping section and National Finals perennial Warren Wuthier conducted the steer wrestling. Bull currently under is being conducted by former world champion John Quintana. Up coming classes include the saddle bronc and bareback slated to be under the guidance of two former world Bill Smith and Joe Alexander. Jerri the first Canadian to make the National Finals in the barrel instructs her favorite event. Bob Lynn Jensen and Jim Gladstone will conduct the steer riding clinics. There were 38 calf ropers and 24 steer wrestlers presents. The bull riding entry numbers the bareback bronc riding has 40 30 saddle bronc 60 boys in the steer riding and 15 barrel racers. The barrel racing school is not as large as the teacher desires and their is still room for late comers. Classes get under way at nine and run to three for the morning classes while the afternoon people work from 5 to 10. The purpose of the school is to upgrade the calibre of the competitors in rodeo and thereby improve rodeo itself. Rodeo is not the only benefactor of the school as the restaurant and general business owners of Cardston can attest. The which started on April runs through to May 18. JIM GLADSTONE Short sport of all sorts Rugby match this Saturday The Lethbridge Miners Rugby Club will taste action for the first time this season when they host the Calgary Hornets Saturday. The who finished second in the senior rugby league last have scheduled the afternoon match for one o'clock at the Civic Centre. CAMPBELL SIDELINED HOUSTON Infielder Dave Campbell who injured his right hand in Tuesday's National League baseball game against Chicago Cubs was placed on the Houston Astros' 21-day disabled list Wednesday. MADRID TEAM FINED GENEVA Atletico Madrid has been fined and reprimanded by the Union of European Football RAK POLYESTER PAY ONLY WHITEWALL FREE INSTALLATION EACH E78x14 Other Slzaa at Comparable F7BX14 B78x14 878x15 H78X14 H78x15 4 tough plies of polyester 78-series design for that husky look Deep tread depth for dependable mileage styling engineering for stability and steering control NO CASH DOWN... USE YOUR KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ava. 9. Phona 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ava. Phona 223-3441 Associations for unsportsmanlike behavior in the European Cup semi-final soccer game against Glasgow Celtic in April. A UEFA spokesman said the the largest in was imposed because of violent conduct of Atletico players and officials caused serious incidents after the when police and players fought on the field. TWILLEY STAYS ON MIAMI Wide receiver Howard Twilley has signed a new contract with Miami the National Football League club announced Wednesday. will be in his ninth season with the Dolphins this year. GERMANS WIN WARMUP West Germany West Germany beat Sweden 2-0 in a friendly soccer match Wednesday. The game was a warmup for both clubs who enter World Cup finals next month. BUCHANAN WINS Sardinia Ken Buchanan of Scotland won the European lightweight boxing title Wednesday when he beat Antonio Puddu of Italy. The referee stopped the fight in the sixth round. Golf league GOLF LEAGUE-Country Club Low net Don Oliver Industrial 30. Low gross Bill Bastedos 41. Low team net Oliver Dale Don Jim John Home. STANDINGS Lakeview Texaco ...............8 Black's Men's Shop..............6 Dorigalti.........................6 Reliance Agencies ...............6 Oliver Industrial..................6 Bastedos........................5 Gentlemen III....................3 Eaton's..........................2 Packers.........................2 Perky...........................2 King Chrysler....................1 Lethbridge Office Furniture......0 Graduation Special CCMTARGA10 SPEEDS Sun tour changer Centre pole brakes with safety levers Alloy handle bar post High flange front hubs Amber wall tires Reflector pedals and rear reflector' Includes chain guard and kick stand wheels Comes in frame sizes Women Sugg. List Save Now 109 95 Here's your opportunity to the number 1 bike in Canada from the oldest cycle house in Southern Alberta. Set up and complete with warranty. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913-3rd A South PhOM 327-3221 LETHBRID8E OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowtr 7th Strati Shopping Mall Albarta Phona 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES Labor supports purchase of Jets from Ben Hatskin WINNIPEG Organized labor in Manitoba has thrown its support behind a group of businessmen attempting to purchase Winnipeg Jets to keep the World Hockey Association franchise in the city. Executive members of the Manitoba federation of labor and business agents of various unions attended a one-hour meeting with the group Wednesday. Federation president Len Stevens said labor's reaction to the purchase bid was If they weren't interested they wouldn't be Mr. Stevens said he feels the members are in favor .of public funds being involved in the purchase of the club. funds are involved in everything today. We members who go to the arts there's public funds involved there. And certainly we have members on the Blue Bombers that's public No vote was taken but the majority of union speakers came out in favor of keeping the club in the city and offered some suggestions for doing so. The businessmen are to meet next week with Premier Ed Schreyer in an attempt to have him change the government decision not to support the bid. M. Schreyer had said the NDP government would grant interest-free loan to the group if Winnipeg City Council also provided a similar loan. The city approved such an arrangement but the government then said it would not. That decision has forced the group to alter its plans. They are currently surveying the general public Jockey three nailed with bribery N.Y. Tape recordings of conversations alleged to be about efforts to fix a horse race were played Wednesday in the trial of three men accused of sports bribery. The conversations were picked up on a small transmitter worn by Jockey Edith the prosecution's major witness. She has testified that she was paid to hold her horse back in the ninth race at Finger Lakes Race Track Oct. 1972. The thoroughbred race was a superfecta in which bettors select the top four finishers. Charged with conspiracy and sports bribery Robert L. a and Claudio J. a and Keith a jockey from Ont. Seven other persons have been indicted in the case. Gas City separate Alta. Drumheller Falcons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League have ended their association with Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League and will operate independently next Jack coach and general manager of the announced today. For the last three the Falcons have received players and financial help from Medicine Hat. Samuels said the Tigers suggested shifting the Drumheller franchise to near Medicine but the city of Drumheller and Falcons' directors have agreed to keep the club here to obtain their feeling towards keeping the club in Winnipeg and Bill one of the group said if the government will not change its mind the group will try and raise in public support. The businessmen themselves have already raised They want to keep the Jets in Winnipeg by making it a community owned cor- poration much like Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Football Minor baseball The 1974 Lethbridge Little League Baseball League got under way Wednesday. It was to have opened Monday but inclement weather forced the postponement. In Norcrest Little League the Pirates blanked the Dodgers 6-0 with Gordon Melynck the winner. Bruce Lyon had two singles for the winners. The Braves outslugged the Cardinals 26-12 with Lauren Leroux the winner over John Csurka. Kenan Leroux had a home run and double for the Braves while Greg Duce enjoyed five including two doubles. Myles Sanford had two singles for the Braves. In the Yankees got nine strikeouts from Jeff Krokosh as they trimmed the Indians 17-12. The loss went to Scott Parenteau. Ricky LeBaron had a triple and single for the Yanks. Parenteau aided his own cause with a double and single. Doug Winter was the winner as the Twins edged the and Howie 5- 4. In a Lakeside Farm League encounter the Bluejays downed the Raiders 8-2 as Duane Robertson fanned 10 in besting Greg Dudley. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L 10 8 12 12 14 13 Pet. GBL .565 .529 .455 .368 .364 .316 1 4 5 St. Louis .......13 Montreal 9 Philadelphia 10 Chicago........ 7 New York 8 Pittsburgh...... 6 West Los Angeles___18 6 .750 Houston...... 15 10 .600 Cincinnati 11 9 .550 5 Atlanta........ 12 12 .500 6 San Francisco .12 12 .500 6 San Diego..... 11 14 .440 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Harrison at Si. Louis Siebert or Foster Cincinnati Norman at Pittsburgh Reuss WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Cincin 110 030 6 3 Pitts. 201 000 12 1 Carroll Hall Borbon and Morlan Sadowski Hernandez Giusti and Sanguillen. Phila. 103 202 8 15 0 San Fran. 012 090 14 1 Carlton Culver Farmer Watt and Gryant. Williams Willoughby Moffitt and Rudolph. Pha Schmidt Matthews Montreal 010 000 4 1 San Diego 004 000 01 10 1 McAnally Taylor DeMola Walker and Friesleben and Kendall. Atlanta 040 000 9 2 St. Louis 100 100 9 2 Morton Frisella and Garman Folkers Pena and Simmons. All Garr Foster SL Hickman Chicago 201 000 93 Houston 003 052 01 11 0 Reuschel Hutson Burris and LundstaoX Garrett Griltin. Wilson Scherman and M. May Madlock Monday Williams New York 000 000 010 000 7 0 Los Angeles 000 010 000 000 62 Parker and Marshall Brewer and Yeager. LA Garvey PLAYOFF STANDINGS World StriM E W L F A P Houston...........4 2 26 17 8 Minnesota.........2 4 17 26 4 Result Wednesday Houston 3 Minnesota 1 Houston wins best-of-seven semi- final 4-2 F W L F A P Toronto ...........3 2 23 20 6 Chicago............2 3 20 23 4 American Strict G W L F A P Hershey...........2 0 7 5 4 Providence......0 2 5 7 0 L Pet. GBL 10 .583 8 .556 9 .550 10 .500 11 .476 13 .435 1 1 2 9 .591 11 .522 11 .476 11 .450 11 .450 12 .400 2V4 3 3 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE EMI W New York......14 Milwaukee ......10 Bait.............11 Detroit ..........10 Cleve............10 Boston..........10 Wnt Texas...........13 Califor ..........12 Oakland.........10 Chicago......... 9 Minn.........'... 9 Kansas C........ 8 TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Coleman at Kansas City Fitzmorris WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 010 101 7 0 New York 001 101 11 1 Hunter Knowles Fingers and Dobson Lyle and Munson. NY Blomberg Cali. 002 100 12 0 Boston 000 100 6 3 Stonemarr May and Lee and Fisk. Fisk Detroit 020 000 6 2 Kansas C. 001 000 5 0 LaGrow and Busby and Healy. Texas 102 000 3111 Mil. 022 302 11 1 Hargan Brown Shellenback Allen and Slaton and Porter. Mil Briggs May Garcia Bait. 000 000 6 0 Chicago 010 010 10 0 McNally Alexander and Kaat Forster and Herrmann. LEAGUE LEADERS American Laagut AB R M Pet. Min......88 12 35 .398 Oak___ 82 18 32 .390 Cal..... 59 12 23 .390 NY 6 22 .367 Del 50 5 18 .360 Bal.......71 14 25 .352 Bos......72 8 25 .347 Cle......81 11 28 .346 Chi ..82 12 28 .341 NY 50 11 17 .340 Home Nettles. New Jackson. 10. National Lcagut AB R H Pet. SL........88 10 37 .420 Hou...... 72 16 27 .375 SF 100 17 37.370 Pgh.....76 15 28 .368 SL .......93 17 34 .366 Pha......58 12 21 .362 Pha___73 11 26 .356 Grubb. SD ......73 13 26 .356 Hou 93 13 32 .344 Hou......70 7 24 .343 Home Los Los 6. Runs Batted 22. The Lethbridge Athletic Association 3rd Annual Awards Night May for The Lethbridge Y's Men's Native Sons Junior Hockey Club Tlckttt may ba obtained by Mr. Ray Naaon at All Star Phont 328-0304 ;