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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 4, 19 3 Scene moves to Boston ets battle back, Whalers' edge WINNIPEG A speedy winger who missed most of the regular season with injuries, a pickup defencem an-turned-for- ward and the sentimental home town favorite sparked Winnipeg Jets to a 4-3 win Thursday night over New England Whalers. The victory left Winnipeg trailing New England 2-1 in their best-of-seven World Hockey Association final series, which now moves into Boston for games Saturday and Sun- day. Playing coach Bobby Hull fired two goals, including the winner at of the final pe- riod The goal stopped a New England rally after the Whalers bounced back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the contest. Other Winnipeg goal-getters were Ab McDonald and Danny Johnson. England replied with goals from defencemen Rick Ley and Ted Green and right- winger Tim Sheeny. Hull knew something drastic had t o be done to salvage a home-town win over the bigger, faster Whalers, and called on Garth Rizrutto. John Shnryr, a SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan TF you didn't know that the annual Chinook Clas- sic golf tournament was held at Henderson Lake Golf Club, you would be in real trouble if you read the poster advertising the biggest tour- ney of the spring. I was just kidding Earl Francis, golf professional at the Lake Layout, when I asked him where the tour- ney would be held. But, I didn't have to bring to his attention that the golf course and city had been left off the poster. More than one person let Francis know about it. Let it be said, here and now, no one at Henderson Lake is responsible. The blame lies with Labatt's Brewery who co-sponsor the three-day event along with CHEC 'Badio and Starlite Motel. However, despite the fact Henderson Lake Golf Doug Dunlop is going to take another chance with a Ford Pinto for a hole-in-one on 15. Two years ago Andy Andreachuk of the city took Dunlop up on his offer and drove home in a new car. For this tourney only, the loth hole will be a 625-yard par three, and even I can't hit them that far. All kidding aside though, the Chinook Classic continues to grow. As a result entries win close Saturday May 12. Expected to be in the list of entries will be three mem- bers of Alberta's Willington Cup team, Doug Silverberg, Keith Alexander and John Souter all of Calgary. Don Graham, the fourth member and Alberta's amateur champ I met Elaine Tanner Xahr- gang last summer at the Lethbridge Exhibition. Elaine, of Prince George B.C., is a former Olympic swimming competitor. She struck me as a sincere young woman and so I can believe she said just this in Halifax Tuesday: "Nationalism shouldn't be played down in the Olympics." Course is left off the poster, it is at the Lake as it has been for the past two years. The event opens Saturday, May 19 with 54 holes of medal play to decide the winners of S6.00Q in prizes. Entry fee for the event is S25 and a certified handicap is required with entry. All golfers will be placed in divi- sions according to handicaps, which means there will be gross and net prizes in each division. Only the first 180 entries will be accepted. Low gross winner will re- ceive Labatt's trophy while low net will take home the Starlite silverware. CHEC will see that the low gross, Lethbridge golfer, will re- ceive a trophy for his efforts. A hole in one on the eighth hole, should it take place, is worth a color television while a special prize is in store for an ace on 11. last year, attends school in Arizona and will not be here. Edmonton always sends a strong contingent in Bob Bradburn, Laurie Scott, Earl Wilder and others. Local shotmakers taking aim at the bop prize include Alex Murrell, Doug Brown, Cliff Stroh, Earl Ingarfield and Murray Mills. Francis says all are shooting well at this early stage of the sea- son. I could believe it of Stroh, Brown, Murrell and Ingar- field but Mils hits the ball from the wrong side. But, there is still I hope Murray, Lefty Wilson tells me he has the irons in the fire to start a sports league for those who do things lefthanded. She disagrees with those who felt Nationalism had no place in Olympic competi- tion. "I think people are wrong. I competed at my best when I was under pressure and I think others are probably the same. I was a Canadian and darn proud of it and as a Canadian I tried harder." Right on, Elaine. defenceman picked up for the playoffs, and Brian Cadle to start things rolling. FANS CHEER CADLE Cadle. perhaps the least likely Jet to gain the starting centre- man's spot, was greeted with a tremendous roar from the crowd of fans who made him their hero during the regu- lar season. It was the first playoff ap- pearance for both Cadle, a lanky, hard-hitting bone-rack of about 165 pounds, and Shmyr, brother to Cleveland defen- ceman Paul. Backed by Joe Aznussi and Larry Hornung on the blueline. they immediately started hit- ting and forechecking. Zanussi sent Jolm French heavily into j the boards and Hornung caught Larry Pleau solidly behind the Winnipeg net and the pattern was established. "I made up that new line and they went out and set the said Hull after the game. "We weren't winning with the combinations we had. They played well, all three of them." HULL HOT Jets took a 2-0 lead on Hull's seventh goal of the playoffs and McDonald's second. On a slow- developing play, Norm Beaudin and Chris Bordeleau passed their way to the blueline and Bordeleau hit Hull breaking in off left wing. In the final minute of the pe- riod, McDonald stretched his limit to deflect a Beaudin pass through goalie Al Smith's pads. A cautious style of play devel- oped in the second period be- fore Jets took a slight edge in territorial play, testing Smith from several distances. The New England goalie looked shaky on some shots but came up big when Beaudin cruised into the slot to pick up a shot unmolested. Ley cut the margin to 3-1 after the Jets were forced into sloppy play in their own end by New England forechecking. Joe Daley, who broke a personal winless slump against New England, also looked shaky at times but was sharp on saves off Tom Earl, Mike Dyers and John Cunniff. In an attempted rally similar to Wednesday night when they scored five unanswered goals to beat Winnipeg 7-4, Green deflec- ted a slapshot at to cut the margin to 3-2 and Sheehy blasted a hard, high shot from the slot past Daley at to gain the tie. Just as the prospects of play- ing overtime brightened, Hull took a pass from the blueline. skated into the corner and threw it back to defenceman Bobby Ash. Smith stopped Ash's shot and Beaudin's rebound attempt, but Hull swooped in and lifted the puck into the top corner for the victory. During the game Whaler Brit Selby took a hard check from Steve Cuddie and had to be helped from the ice. He was kept in hospital overnight for observation. New England coach Jack Kel- ley said he was pleased with the way his club came back in the final 20 minutes and carried the play. Gals ready for season The women's section of Henderson Lake Golf Club are set for an- other year. This year's executive, headed by president Gail Umeris, second from the right, includes Irene Marcinko, Marg Scatter, Thelma Coutts, Gail Umeris and Marion Mokosh. The gals have a Sunday morning outing planned. See story page 15. Judo finals set to go at University Saturday Thursday's race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park face results Thursday: FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 3 dur- longs. Brown Phoenix (Jewell) 3.S; J.90, Mistic Shadow (Norris) 3.00 2.JO, Honey's Wish (Kipling) 2.60. Time: 0.35 1-5. Senatro Sam, Tiffany Star, Alex- anders Return, Maple Boy, berwent also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- tongs. Calgary Red (Parsons) 8 80 i 30 3 20, Ruby Petite (Whittle) 3.30 3.00, Morn- ing Mini (Norris) 3.30. Time 1 29. Fire Speed, Spanish Treasure, Lily's Finest, Ragtime Robert, Bright Flight aibu ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Fair Fizz (Phelan) 39.10 29.70 10.50, Swift Cash (Rasmussen) 680 470, Kelly H (Parsons) 3.90. Time: 2-5. Our leases are full of extras, but you'd never know it by the price. Phone ROY McINTOSH ot 328-9271 now! Kino CORNER OF 3rd AVE. and 11th ST. S. PHONE 328-9271 CHRYSLER Brendakedan, Captor's Street, AAin- itt's Sister, Hyaleah Barb, Sheba's Spirit also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Choppo affair, a 10-rnember team will be selected to represent Canada in the Europcm champ- ionships in Switzerland in June. As a result, officials have taken European weight classes and covered kilos into pounds so the Canadian team will be accust- omed to the difference in weight. The Lethbridge Judo Club will have six Judoka entered Satur- day including Scott Tanner. Joe Meli, Michael Calder, Don Tsu- jiura, Tom Greemvay and Guy Pomohac. A closed banquet, for com- petitors and officials, will fol- low the action Saturday even- ing. A number of dignitaries will be on hand including the Con- solate General of Japan, Mr. Shigihara of Edmonton, a pro- XT ncial government representa- tive, deputy mayor Ed Bastedo, Mr. and Mrs. fi da. Dr. and Mrs. Gary Bowie and an exec- utive of Judo Canada who has not yet been named. Preliminary action gets under way Saturday morning at 10 with the official opening cere- monies at seven with the semi- finals and finals to follow. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago Pittsburgh W 13 10 Two more instructors arc named Two more names have been added to the list of instructors for the Games City Hockey School. The school, which actually takes in three weeks, will be headed by guest instructor Vic Stasiuk, coach of the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hoc- key League. Earlier Lcs Colwill and Stan Maxwell were announced as in- structors. Today Hec Negrello and Gary Canadine were acquired. IVpjjrPllo, former captain of the World champion Lethbridge Maple Leafs in 1951, played all of his senior hockey in Leth- bridge. For a number of years Negrello coached in the ranks of the Lethbridge Minor Hoc- key Association. Canadine, on the other hand, played five years with the Uni- versity of Alberta Golden Bears in university hockey. As well, he has instructed local teams for the past three years. The Games City Hockey School mail-in registration forms will be appearing in The Lethbridge Herald beginning Saturday. For any further in- formation phone 328-2341, ex- tension 256 or 327-1310. KIEFU1K EARNS WIN Ober's Esso led by pitcher Brian Kiefuik edged the Nat- ural Company 7-5 in Com- mercial Men's Slow Pitch League action Thursday night. Pete Enns suffered the loss. Secretariat favored Pet. GBL .591 .588 "j .545 1 .450 3 .450 3 .238 .704 652 .615 480 .318 .320 2 2V: 6 Derby all set LOUISVILLE (AP) Secre- tariat, his reputation tarnished, will try to win the 99th and richest running of the Kentucky Derby Saturday and bring trainer Lucien Laurin and Meadow Stable their second straight victory in the Churchill Downs classic. bring on Laurin, who won the 1972 Derby vith Riva Ridge, said Thursday after entering Secretariat in tin's year's field of 13 three- year-old thoroughbreds. Secretariat, 1972 Horse of the Year, lost some prestige when he finished third, behind Angle Light and Sham, in the Wood Memorial after having scored impressive victories in his first two starts of the year. Angle Light, owned by Ed Whittaker of Toronto, also was entered and will run as an en- try with Secretariat because he also is trained by Laurin, a for- mer Montreal jockey. ENTRY FAVORED The entry was made the early even-money choice while Sig- mund Sommer's Sham was sec- ond at 7-2. Pritcbard, Thomas and Resseguet's Our Native was third at 8-1. followed by the Lou entry of Joe Kellman's Shecky Greens and Arthur Appleton's My Gal- lant at 10-1. Others entered, and their odds, were Elkwood Stable's Restless Jet, 20-1: Ed Elzame- yer's Warbucks, 15-1; Stevenson and Stump's Navajo, 30-1; El- mend orf Farm's Twice A Prince, 30-1; Aisco Stable's Royal and Regal, 15-1 Lazy F Ranch's Forego, 12-1, and Got- tdank and Sechrest's Gold Bag. If all start, each carrying 126 pounds, the IVmi'c Derby will be worth with to the winner. Post time is p.m. MDT, and the forecast is sunny and mild weather. Television cov- erage will be from 3-4 p.m. on the CBC national network. Secretariat will start from the No. 10 post under Ron Turcotte of Grand Falls, N.B., while John LeBlanc will send Angle Light out of the No. 2 slot. LeBlanc. who campaigns regularly on the Ontario circuit, also was to be aboard favored La Prevoyante in today's Ken- tucky Oaks, the pre-Derby stakes race for three-year-old fillies. La Prevoyante, owned by Jean-Louis Levesque of Mon- treal, goes against 12 rivals in the Oaks, looking for her second stakes victory of the season. LeBlanc also starrs from the No. 2 stall in the Oaks. Princess Doubleday has the No. 1 post vith Braulio Baeza aboard. Golf league play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Ralph Guzzi, Sing- ers 29. Low gross Ralph Guzzi, Singers 34. j Low team Singers, Joe i Kenwood, Ralph Guzri. Andy i Andreachuk and Gordon Car- penter 141. Eight point sweep Ace Building over Ace 74 Sinqer...... 21 New York 12 Montreal 9 Philadelphia 9 St. Louis 5 West San Francisco 19 Cincinnati 15 Houston 16 Los Angeles 12 Atlanta 7 San Diego 8 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Reed 10-4 )at Philadelphia Ruthven Cl-o) Houston Forsch (3-1) at New York Koosman (4-0) Cincinnati Billingham '4-0) at Mon- treal Torrez (2-3) St. Louis Wise (3-1) at Los Angeles Osteen (2-2) Pittsburgh Blass (0-1) at San Diego Norman '0-3) Chicago Jenkins f2-2) at San Fran- cisco Marichal (4-2) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 252 and Rader. MRS: Oliver May Cincinnati 000 600 u New York 4M 100 McGlothlan, Hall (2-D (4) and Bench; Mattlack Webb it) Hen- niqan (5) McGraw (7) and Grote. HRs- (li; St. Louis 000 020 3 0 San Diego "00 000 I i J. Cleveland (1-3) and McCarver; Grief Ross (8) and Kendall. Chicaqo 100 000 411) Los Angeles 100 000 1 5 0 Reusrhel, Laroche (1 0) (8) and Pu dolph, Hundley <9i. Brewer (91, and Yeager. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 10 10 10 10 10 Milwaukee Baltimore New York Clevelpnd Detroit Boston L Pet. GBL 10 .500 11 .476 V- 11 .476 12 .tSS 1 12 .455 1 11 .421 W- WDSt Chicago Kansas City i California 1 Minnesota Oakland Texas 5 .706 9 .609 8 579 9 .500 12 455 11 .389 1 2 3V- 4' 5V- TODAY'S GAMES Boston Pattm (1-4) at Minnesota Kaat (3-1) New York Stottlemyre (3-3) Chl- caao Bahnsen (3-1) Kansas City Busby '2-2) at Milwau- kee Slaton n-1) Texas Bosrnan (2-3) at Detroit Perr, '20) Oakland Hunter (1-1) at Clevelanc Perrv (3-3) California May (2-1) at Baltimon McNally (3-3) LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet .48 397 .39" .347 31 .33" LEAGUE LEADERS Maddox, SF Santo, Chi Fairly, Mon Starqell, Pgh Concerjcion, Cin Sanquillen, Pgh Cardenal, Chi Watson, Htn A Oliver, Pqh Mcta, LA Home runs Kelly, Chi 39 10 19 Valentine, Cal 78 10 31 Kirkpatrick, KC 56 14 22 Wmson NY 75 11 29 Holt, Win 47 3 IB Fisk, Bsn 14 23 Ceoeda, Rsn 11 1? 25 Johnson, 70 u Norton, Del 5" 10 17 Andrews, Chi 48 7 16 Home runs Tenace, Oakland, 7 Fisk, Boston, 6, Boston, A Spikes, Cleveland, 6; Melton, Chicano 6. Puns batted In Kan- sas Citv, 20; Oieda, Bos'on, 17 Pitching 3 decision1; Paul, Texas 3-0, 1 000; Coleman, Detroit, i 1 "33. WORLD ASSOCIATION FINALS AB K H Pet. 79 12 31 .397 81 14 31 383 48 10 19 12 15 20 16 15 18 .375 22 .267 24 358 New England Winnipeg THE LEADERS: 29 .358 29 .349 32 .344 25 .342 13 .342 Pahulie 21 Fraches C.H E.C 18 Owen 17 Suoar Beeters 16 C.J.O.C. 15 Imoenal Life 14 A W U Lethbridge Herald 14 Parsons 13 House of Lethbridge 13 Walker 12 Fleming 12 Safeway '0 Dorigatti 10 COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Harry Hudson, Reliance Agencies 41. Low net Cam Barnes, Swift's 33. Low team net Swift's, Ken McLean, Barnes, Jack Rut- ledge and Dave Hodge 142. SwiftS'S 6 Eatons 6 Key Realty 6 Black's Men's 6 Gentlemen III 5 Reliance Agencies 4 Packers 4 Tollestrup's 3 Dorigatti's 2 Parsons 2 Lethbridqe Office Furntiura 2 Lakeview Texaco 2 Wynn, Houston, 8; Stargell, Pittsburgh; H. Aaron, At- lanta, 7 Runs batted In A Oliver, Pitts- burgh, 21; Watson, Houston, 19. Filching 3 decisions Koosman, NDw York, 40, Billingham, Cincinnati, 4-0, Sosa, San Francisco, 3-0, 1.000, Grimslev, Cincinnati, 1-1, Reuss, Hous- ton, 4 1, 800 HOCKEY SCORES Stanley cup Chicago 7 Montreal A Montreal leads best-of-seven final 2-1 World Winnipeg 4 New England 3 New England leads best of seven final 2-1 Allan Cup Orillia 7 Thunder Bay 0 Orillia wins best-of-five eastern final 3-1 Centennjai Cup Portage la Parirle 6 Penticton t Portage wins best-of-seven western final 4-3 Beaudin, W Hull, W Webster NE Dorev, NE Sheehy, NE Pleau, NE Williams, NE Sutherland, W W L F A HIS 7 1 17 in 1 t 10 17 G A 11 15 Z< 6 15 2- 10 17 r. 3 15 IB 7 10 IT 8 5 U 6 7 T 5 8 i: STANLEY CUP STAND'NGS FINAL Monfrpal Chicago LEADERS: Hull, C Cournoyer, M F. Mahovlich, M Lemaire, M Miklta, C Staoleton, C Lapointe, M Pappin, c Perreault, Buf W L F A Pts 7 1 16 11 1 7 11 16 n f 13 2' 7 1< n i. 8 lr 10 V 3 T 6 V t V 7 11 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA New York 99 Los Anoeles 95 Best-of-seven final tied 1-1 ASA Kentucky 92 Indiana BS Kentucky leads best-of seven 2-1 fma AUTOMOBILE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES General Motors of Canada Limited has retail franchise opportunities available In. th-a Province of Alberta and Eastern British Columbia. For further details and discussion, please writs Box 58, Lethbridge Herald or phone Calgary, DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPUTE TW SAIES SERVICE ;