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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 4, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HMALD IB Frig stopped goal, almost scored Black Hawks rise to the occasion CHICAGO (CP) Chicago's injury-plagued Black Hawks re- bounded Thursday night to nail Montreal with a 7-4 setback that left the Canadiens with a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven Stan- ley Cup final. Stan Mikita, who missed the second game of the series at Montreal with a cut middle fin- ger on his right hand, scored once and assisted on two other goals. And defenceman Doug Jar- rett, who suffered a broken rib in a collision with Montreal's Rejean Houle in the second game, came back strong while taking a regular shift. "It didn't surprise Mon- treal coach Scotty Bowman said of the appearance of the two veterans in tire Chicago. lineup although they had been listed as doubtful starters. "I expected them to play." Jarrett, who had his back heavily taped for the contest, said later as he stripped it off: "I feel great." Asked if he took a jolt in the sore spot during the game, he said he had tried to avoid con- tact on that side of his body. The fourth game of the series is scheduled for here Sunday. Starting time is 1 p.m. MDT SPORT fiifflBSlft ANDY CAPP and the game will be televised nationally by the CBC. Chicago look advantage p f early power play opportunities Thursday for goals by Dennis Hull and Jean-Pierre Bor- deleau. Short-handed goals a minute apart by defenceman Bill White and with Hull in the penalty box- pushed the Hawks into a 44 first-period lead. John Marks got another power play goal early in the second period to make it 5-0. Frank Mahovlich started a Montreal rally with his seventh goal of the playoff season in the second period and the Cana- diens pulled to within one goal of the Hawks with third-period scores by Yvan Coumoyer, Guy Lapointe and Jacques Lemaire. TWO IN EMPTY NET The Canadiens threatened to tie the game up in the last few minutes but the Hawks held on and clinched t he victory with empty-net goals by Hull and Jim Pappin. The two short-handed goals by Chicago marked the second time in as many National Hockey League championships that a team has scored twice while killing off one penalty. Boston pulled off the trick against New York Rangers in Oliver sizzles against Giants the 1972 final during 6-5 Brains victory. White surprised himself as well as the Chicago Sta- dium fans with his scoring shot from a bad angle. He seemed to be well in check and made a move as if to round the Mon- treal net when he lifted the puck toward the front of the WORK'S... WORKEO...YER MATES WORK... WHAT MAKES :H A LAYABOUT.. WHATEVER- IT IS if Henderson sals By THE CANADIAN PRESS. One run scored on an error by j San Diego shortstop Derrel Thomas and another on Tim McCarver's sacrifice fly. Don Kessinger's two-run single keyed a four-run rally in the ninth as Chicago came back Pittsburgh Pirates, put on their version of "Oliver" in San Francisco and it was quite a production. Al Oliver was a virtual one- man show with six RBI on two home runs as the Pirates brought the curtain down on the Giants in a National League baseball game 14-5 Thursday. "Both homers were on fast balls that was the first time I've had so many RBI in one game'' said Oliver after hit- ting a two-run homer in the first inning and a grand slam blast i n the Pirates' five-run second. "The grand slam was on a 3-2 pitch and nine times out of 10, j it's going to be a fast ball so I was expecting said Oli- j ver of tile home run off San f Francisco starter Jim Will-1 LOS ANGELES CAP) Bill oughby. Bradley scored 26 points and a In other games Thursday, j stingy New York defence to beat Los Angeles. Knicks knot series starting Sunday The 1973 Henderson Lake women's golf season kicks off Sunday with a breakfast at 10 a.m. and golf to follow at noon. All interested women are asked to contact Marion Mo- Golf equipment' to be displayed If you were wondering where officials of Henderson Lake Golf Club were spending the club's money, Saturday and Sunday you will be allowed to see for yourself. Club president, H ar old Brown, said today that a com- plete showing o f equipment bought .for this 1973 golf season, will be on display. "This will allow our mem- bers to sec just exactly where their monay is said Brown. The Lake course spent some thus far and more im- provements are expected to be added throughout tlie course of the season. kosh 328-rsoi, Pat Henderson 323-3925 or Bev Probe 327-4057. Gail Umeris is the president of the women's section this year while Thelma Courts is vice president, as well as golf league president. Marg Scotter is club captain while Marion Mokosh handles hospitality and Irene Marcinko league co-cap- tain. The gals will open their j annual 'league play Wednes- day. May 9 at six o'clock. Last I year there were six teams of eight goLfsrs. The league is open to any women golfers with establish- ed handicaps.- They are asked to contact Mrs. Coutts or Di- anrie Carrier before Sunday evening. Tuesday, May 8 will mark the official opening day for the gals. Cincinnati Reds defeated New York Mets 6-5; St. Louis Cardi- nals beat San Diego Padres 3-1 and Chicago Cubs whipped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1. With Oliver leading the long- ball offence, the Pirates put the game away early. Milt May had a three-run homer in Pitts- burgh's four-run fourth that built their lead to 13-1. TALENT SHOWS Oliver, who raised his RBI to 21 in 17 games, felt the awe- some show of 17 base hits was a true indication of Pirate power. "We've still got the best tal- ent in baseball." said Oliver. "We have to show it on the field, put it to use." Willie McCovey had a solo home run for the Giants, his sixth of the season. Pinch-hitter Larry Stahl's three-run homer capped a six- run uprising in the fourth inning as Cincinnati defeated New- York. The rally wiped out a 4-0 New York lead built on Rusty! Staub's grand slarn homer in the first.. j The Reds knocked out New i York starter Jon Matlack with HOST SAINTS The Lethbridge Miners Rug- by Club wi'l! host the Calgary Saints in an exhibition rugby mntrli Saturday afternoon. Game time is slated for 2 p.m. at. the Civic Centre. checked the Los Angeles scor- ing attack Thursday night as the Knicks defeated the Lakers 99-95 to square their National Basketball Association best-of- seven championship series at one win each. The Knicks, who lost the opener 115-112, set a deliberate pace in the second game and got away with it as five New York players shot in double fig- ures. Walt Frazier scored 20. Phil Jackson came off the bench for 17. Earl Monroe had 14 and Willis Reed, 11. Only Jerry West and Jim McMillian could score con- sistently for the Lakers as the former scored 32 and the latter 26. A capacity crowd of watched the Knicks successfully use a strategy of fouling the 7- foot-1 Wilt Chamberlain before he could shoot on most occa- sions. The big Laker sank only one free throw in nine attempts and two field goals. The deadlocked series be- tween the defending champion Lakers and the team they de- feated in last year's finals now moves to New York for games the rally. They scored runs on a Sunday afternoon and Tuesday double by Tony Perez, a single by Bobby Tclan and a double- play bouncer by Dave Con- cepcion before Stahl's blast over the centre field fence. night. MORO TRADED TORONTO (CP) Toronto Argonauts of the Eastern Foot- Reggie Cleveland scattered ball Conference said Thursday nine hits and St. Louis capital- they traded end Tony Moro to ized on San Diego errors to beat Edmonton Eskimos for college the Padres. The Cards scored' star Wayne Allison and "a fu- their winning runs in the fifth.' ture consideration. I think it went between his arm and the said White, "Lemaire wasn't leaning on me too heavily." "It seemed he had no said Montreal goaltender Ken Dryden. "I didn't know if he was shooting or throwing it out in front." Chicago's Len Frig, up from Dallas Black Hawks of the Cen- tral League and dressed ini- tially as insurance in the event Jarrett was unable to play, saw a lot of action, particularly on the power play. He originally got credit for Marks' first playoff goal with Canadiens Serge Savard in the penalty box. The goal was later credited to Marks who was standing in the slot in front of Dryden. "I just saw a crowd in there, but I could see the top post of the Frig said. "I saw John was in there so I just shot. It hit his leg and dropped in." CHANGED OFTEN Bowman, whose juggling of lines in the past has left his col- leagues shaking their heads, ei- ther in wonder or admiration, used about 15 different line combinations in the last half of the game to shake up his of- fence. "Why not when you're be- he said later in the Mon- treal dressing room when asked about the juggling of lines. The Canadiens were pressing right to the final whistle, miss- ing several good scoring oppor- tunities that might have changed the final outcome hac they been able to score earlier. Bowman removed Dryden with about a minute to go and Hull almost immediately put the game out of reach with a rink-length shot into the ung- uarded goal. Dryden was still on the bench in favor of an ex- tra attacker when the second empty-net score, by Pappin. connected with 11 seconds to go. EXPECTED COMEBACK Chicago coach Billy Reay said he wasn't surprised to see the Montrealers open up after falling behind 4-0. had to, the way things were going. They had to open up in the first game, too, when we grabbed a 2-0 lead. The sec- ond game was pretty well even, but that one out there tonight was really a thriller, diller." Reay said the Canadiens "threw caution to the wind" in an effort to catch up. j CHICAGO 7, MONTREAL t First Period 1. Chicago, Hull 7 (Pappin, Stapleton) 2. Chicago, Bordelsu 1 11 3. j Chicago, V.'hile 1 (Siaplelon, Sack- Strom i t. Chicago, Mikita 5 i 'Koroll, V.'hitcl Penalties Larose P. Ma- hovlich minor, misconduct Hull Second Period S. Chicago, AAarks I iFricj, Mikita) 6. Montreal, F. Mahovlich (Robinson, P. Mahovlich) Penalties Savard Ko- rab Savard Stapleton j Laocinte I Third Period 7. Montreal, Cour- noyer 12 i Lemaire, Lefley 8. Montreal, Lapoir.te 6 (F. Mahovlich, Larosei 9. Montreal, Lemaire 7 (Cournoyer, Tardif) 10. Chicago, Hull 7, 11. Chicago, Pappin 6 (Hull) Penalties None. Shots on coal by Montreal 8 14 Chicago U 13 Season is for real You know a golf season is for real when the men's league invades the course. Such was the case Thursday evening at the Country Club. Here, Bill Van Buskirk lines up a putt while Ron Peake checks out Bill's shot from behind. ____________________ Alberta team handball hosts championships The Alberta Team Handball; Association will be hosting the! j 3973 Canadian championships j at the University of Alberta in j Edmonton Slay 20-21. j Alberta representatives will" I joined by teams from On- tario, British Columbia, Mani- toba and Quebec in the two- day event. Quebec is favored in both the men's and women's competition due mainly to the interest of the sport in that province. Some players partici- pate each year in Quebec. Alberta will be represented by the Edmonton Internationals and the Calgary's in the men's division while a j team has yet to be named in i the women's division. Meanwhile three outstanding: players from Alberta have been chosen to represent Alberta on a Canadian team to compete in Hamburg, West Germany this summer. Ron Gorgichuk and V i n c e Bennett of Edmonton and Mar- were selected to play against tin McDonald of Calgary West Germany, who is top ranked in world handball com- petition. Glenda Leach of Edmonton also made the Canadian wom- en's team. DUDLEY'S CUSTOM SHOP has moved to 1219 3rd Ave. S. or the Corner of 3rd Ave. ana' 12th St. A South We Have Two LICENSED MECHANICS to handle all of your ALIGNMENT, BALANCING, BRAKE WORK and TUNE-UPS STORES Save at RADIAL tire headquarters Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Led series 3-1 at one lime OUR INSTALLATION EXPERTS CAN IOOK AFTER EVERY REQUIREMENT, Tractor Cabs Picture Windows Auio Glass Table Tops Plexiglass Window Glass FREE ESTIMATES LETHBRIDGE COR. 5th AVE. and 4th ST. S. PHONE 327-1581 Broncos lose in final We make it easy to stretch tire life PORTAGE LA MAN. (CP) Portage La j Prsirie Terriers scored thre; unanswered goals in the final period Thursday night to de-1 feat Penlicton Broncos 6-2 in the deckling game of their Western Canada best-of-seven Centennial Cup final series. Terriers will host the best-of- ssven final series against Pem- broke Lumber Kings, begin- ning Sunday in Portage. Scott Hethsrington and Randy Penner each scored two i goals for Portage and singles j went to Randy Hextall _ and Miller. Mike Hicfield and Bob Nicholson replied for Pentic- ton. In a penalty-riddled second period Hetherington and Nich- olson traded goals, Nicholson scoring with a flip-shot over the sprawling Memryk after the Portage netminder stopped a drive from Chad Campbell. Although Portage led the en- tire game, the team was forced to come up with an extra ef- fort in the third period when they had two men in the pen- alty box for nearly two min- utes. Al Hilton, Wan-on Remple and Bill Robertson killed the penalties for the Terriers and and Penner, Hetherington and Miller scored the goals. Ty Langton, who made his first start in goal in the sixth game of the series, obviously impressed Terrier coach Mur- ray MacPherson as he alter- nated with Meniryk and got the nod to start in goal Sunday against, the Lumber Kings. "We've got. the two best goal- ies in western Canada, and un- less something goes wrong, we're going to alternate them the rest of the MacPher- son said after the game. MacPherson said his team proved they were number one beating "a great team from Penticton. a team with a whole lot of class." Penticton can be proud of every one of he added. can say i? east, of Sas- katchewan's border and west, of Saskatchewan's border we are recognized as a rough but. dedi- cated hockey club. "We're proud to represent western Canada." At Firestone, we inspect s tot of tires on customers' cars. And we sse 3 lot of tires that havs been ruineci long before their time. Most times, improper wheel alignment is the culprit. When wheels are out of true, tlie tires are scuffed, end scraped. Tread will be worn off on or.9 tdge. There Way be bald patches with our showing up. At one tirr.e cr another ewv car suffers from improper w'nsel alignment. So to get the most for your tire o'oi'ar, drive in for a Firestone wheel alignmsr, 'That little 55.88 ounce of prevention can save you ;he price of a new set o! tires. FORD DOUG DUNLOP LEASING LTD. 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Specializing in: INDIVIDUAL OR FLEET LEASING CARS or TRUCKS CALL BOB DAVIDSON (Leasing Consultant) Phone 328-8861 "PROHTS EARNED THKGUGrl THE USE NOT THE OWNERSHIP" SHORT TERM IONG TEPM ond Mointenonc" Provided Rfqopsi ftrestone WHEEL ALIGNMENT for most North American cars. A little more if your car has torsion bars. Imported cars sg85______________ RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE ;