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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.iday, May I, THt IITHIKIDGE HERMD 7 Elites Stopped Orr But Not The Others Sinden Not Planning On Any Changes ST. LOUIS (CP) Coach Harry Sinden says he plans no changes in his lineup or strat- egy'to compensate for the spe- cial attention St. Louis Blues are giving Bobby Orr in the Stanley Cup final. And Blues' coach Scotty Bow- man says he will continue to as- sign Jim Roberts to shadow Orr when St. Louis meets Sinden's Boston Bruins tonight in the second game of the best-of- scven series. But why, Sinden was asked, does he not want to try to spring his super-star defence man away from Roberta's clos checking? "Well, I think 6-1 is a prctt good said S'jnden; re ferring to the score by whic the Bruins beat the Blues in th first game Sunday. PER11S OF THE TRADE Umpire Ken Burkhordt was in good position to view play at lecond base as Tony Taylor tteali tecond In game with San Francisco Glanti. Ball thrown by catcher Dick Dietz glanced off glove of lecond baseman Ron Hunt (33) and hit Burkhardt in the face. Other Giant player is Hal Lanier. The umpire left the game for a short while but returned. Bowling Scores BOWL Jot Gazarek 298; Irene 343j Eldon weslling 264; val Gal "I.- Larry Granger 294 Bea Salmon 295 Slg DobUr 334; Bev ion 254; Steve Saler 263; Walter cur SENIOR CITIZENS Tom Archbold 242; Fred Beard 514; JacK Stacey 205; Henry Meyers 258. L. Valentinsen 2fl8; Smokey Home 570; Bill Roth 341; Cliff Block 268; Ken Keval 2Mj Gregory 279; Bonnie Kllmek 224; Jean Virginello 220; Fillmena Caruso 232; Ruth John- ton 226; LaVerne Block 221. TRACY'S STYLISTS Elsie Meszaros 250; Irene Lynde 273; Gladys Field 257; Bernlce Hay 253; Judy Harnack 281; Ann Duval This Year Fly Suzuki T-250 II HUSTLER Twin cylinder, two stroke engine developing 33 h.p. at r.p.m. 6 speeds and m.p.h. up to 100-105 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 'Over 300 Bicycles In Slack" Open Thurs. and Frl. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Southern Alberta For Over 30 Yean" Rita salmon 257; Nova Jean Dam 263; Shirley Bloudoff Flo Bates 146i Dot Anderson 273; Ruby. Qseen 240. SENIOR CITIZENS Hrnry Btchtold 585 Spot Mil- ler 244; Bob Linderman 226; Bill Jen- sen 248. YBC BANTAMS Brian Robinson 251 Gordon Besseling 227; Brent Anderson 201; David Wells 221; Tom Morrison 197; Barabra Toth 195; Lori Hamilton 171; Carol Caihouh 198; Kelly Gross 167; Debbie Urban 147. YBC JRS..SRS. Barb Allsop 546; Carol Andreachuk 287; Brenda Pederseri 281; Wendy slra 240; Lori Finnerty 245; Terry Pocza 576; Brian Anderson 253; Rod Barneft 268; Don Cassefl 383; Gordon Zabtl 265. j CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS SPRING Barry Seaman 325 Ouane Spltzer 323 Ken Kurtz 302 Randy Wolsloncroft 385 Ken Mulcomson 271 Nina Waselenak cherye Obermcyer 25' Wanda Weber 233; Llndi Mai comson 230; Bev Mezei 518. HOUSE FINALS 4 GAMES Ron Senda 367 Bill HIeueki 328 Mike Tobo 304 (1039) Bill Taylor 303; Steve Mezei 297 Elaine Brown 292 Ev Hunt 288 Jean Christie 306 Marg Smith 283 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechlhold 354 Mat Bernhart 269 Velms Miller 246 Spot Miller 258; Bill Jensen 230; Evan Evans 226; Frank Bernhart 211; Hugi Miller 210; Carl McCann 222; Harold Perry 220. MONDAY MIXED ten Scheibner 279 Hugh Chris tie 271; Sam Girardi 293 Norm Tolley 314 Cliff Larson 305 (773) John Erlckson 291 Linda Mai comson 285 Marion Tolley 418 Agnes Rains 288; Isabella Berg man 29S Bonnie carrico 254, Grace snider 246. Two Earn Sweeps As Action Opens Two eight point sweeps were recorded Monday as the Lake- side Golf League kicked off its 1970 season at Henderson Lake. Parsons and Owens were the two clubs picking up eight points while on the receiving end were The Herald and the A and W. Norm Hudson of Boise Cas- cade took the low gross honors as he toured the par-37 outside nine in 39. H. C. Brown of Parsons and Jack Lacey of Owens shared tlie low net as each had a 34. Parsons had the low team net Tennis jLessons Begin Tomorrow Tennis lessons for all mem- of the Lcthbridge Tennis Club will commence Wednes- day evening. Juniors. 14 and under will re- ceive instructions from un- til while those juniors 15 awl over will occupy the mat hour, to as Brown, Fred Harrison, Na- zem Kirk and Bill Ponech com- bined for a 148 total. B and R Men's Wear jumped into the lead in the Country Club Golf League as they took a total of seven points from Parsons Doug Brown of Lilydale took the low gross with a 39 while Ed Clarke of Beny's had the low net with a 31. LAKESIDE Parsons Owens Pahutjes Soufh Alta. Co-op ...............6 Leo Singers ...................s safeways.....................5 Boise Cascade..................5 CHEC t Dorigattis................... 4 Flemings........'. 3 Walkers .....................3 Kimuras 3 Bastedos Fraches 1 A and W......................0 Tho Herald ....................0 COUNTRY CLUB B and R Mens Wear............ 7 Lclh. Office Furniture 6 Batons.......................6 Benys 6 Tollcstrups............... .....4 Dorlaatlis ;..4 Lilydale ......................4 Packers 4 Atlas Astros ...................9 CHEC 1 Jepps a Parlont "In Sinden said in joking manner, "1'u like t inankv Scxitvy lor keeping Bobb back on deience. "All season I've been tryin to get him to stick to defenc ana now the Blues have solvec my problem." high-scoring Orr operate from a right deience positio but uses all the ice in his spec tacular rushes. When Roberts and left wingers Tim Eccleston and Terry urisp shadowed him Sunday, the Bruins' defencema just stayed back near his ow goal and dumped the puck ou to his forwards who provided al the scoring necessary. SCORE IS FACTOR "Maybe, it we were down a few goals, we might try some thing said S'mden. "but as long as the othe guys score enough goals for us I don't see any need to try t change anything." And despite the fact his let winger's attention to On- kep them from their usual task o back-checking against an oppos ing forward, Bowman sees IK reason to leave Orr alone. "The only way we're going ti stop Boston is to stop Bobby On-. And we're going to stick tc that Bowman said. "I think we did fairly we! stopping Orr Sunday, but maybe we didn't do too well in stopping the .rest of the Bruins. Bu maybe if we can cut down on a few mistakes, we will do a little better. 'I don't think we were really five goals worse or they were five goals better than we were. We had as many good chances Tough Road Ahead MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Junior Canadiens have had a fairly easy time making their way to the best-of-seven Memo- rial Cup junior hockey final opening here Wednesday. But it's a never-say-die propo- sition for Dan Garringer, gen- eral manager of the opposition, Weyburn, Sask., Red Wings. :'I saw Montreal play Toronto Vlarlboros and I feel we can skate with Garringer said after his club reached the final last week. "But they're deadly within 30 feet. "They play terrific positional hockey and puck control. We'l have to get a top effort from our defence and the forwards are going to have to backchecl much more in order to contro them." Weyburn will also have to spend considerable time with Montreal's highly-praised for ward, Gilbert Perreault, touted as the. National Hockey tgue's next Jean Beliveau and the first choice in this year's NHL draft. Perreault scored seven goals as the Canadiens whipped Quebec Remparts in three straight games in their best-of- five Eastern Canada final. But Phil Wimmer, genera manager of Montreal's defend- ing champions, said Monday he expects no breeze past Wey- burn. 'I don't care what the scouts say. All I know is any team thai has made it to the Memorial Sup final has to have some- thing." Montreal coach Roger Bedari 'eels that Weyburn will be strong if only because they are allowed to pick up six players rom other teams in the Saskat- chewan Junior Hockey League. ''That's almost an all-star :eam." Weyburn knocked off Thunder Bay to reach the final. All games in the final series will be played in Montreal. Leeds United Fined LONDON (AP) The Leeds United soccer club was fined British lay for fielding weak teams in Jnglish League games at the nd of its hectic season. The league imposed the fine md told Leeds it was not wholly atisfied with the club's explan- tion that players were rested n medical advice. Leeds, bidding for both the Inglish Cup and the European !up of Champions at the time, ised six reserve players in a cague game against Southamp- on and then faced Derby with n all-reserve lineup. Leeds was defeated 2-1 in vertime last Wednesday by] Chelsea foe the English Cup, as they did but our guys just couldn't find the net. I think if we can start putting the puck where it belongs instead of bouncing it off goal posts, we'll have an equal chance in the next game." Sinden said he agreed with Bowman's estimation that the Bruins were not really five goals better through most of Sunday's game. "Our team holds the St. Louis team in very high regard. St. Louis cannot be compared to any of the oilier teams in the expansion division. They fin- ished about 20 points ahead of the others, and I think they could have even won a playoff spot in the East Division. "I will take odds that Chicago will not finish 20 points up next year, if they finish on top at all." Chicago Black Hawks, East Division champions this season, were defeated in. four straight games of the semi-final by Bos- ton, and next year move to the West Division to accommodate the further expansion of the Na- tional Hockey League to 14 teams from 12. Sinden said he thinks perhaps the Blues missed the help of goalie Jacques Plante, who was knocked out early in the second period Sunday by a hard shot from centre Fred Stanfield. "Not that I want to see any- body hurt, but 1 would just as soon not see Plante in their goal again. We regard Jacques as their best goaltender." Bowman said he plans to start rookie Ernie Wakely tonight and save veteran, Glenn Hall for the next two games at Boston. Wakely took over Sunday after the 41-y e a r -o 1 d Plante was helped from the ice and taken to hospital where he remained Monday for further observation. Doctors said the blow, which cracked Plante's protective face mask in the area of the fore- head, caused a concussion. Plante said his head "still aurts" whenever he tries to move it. Released from hospital was Blues' defenceman Barclay Pla- ;er, who still had some discom- :or from a rib separation suffer- ed when he tried to check Bos- ton's Johnny McKenzie. Tonight's game is scheduled for 6 p.m. MST will be tele- vised nationally by the CBC. I THE END OF THE RIDE Jockey Lewis Nelson nearly had it made in this iteeplo- chase held on the weekend in Warrenton, Virginia. With only one fence left his mount Haffaday fell throwing Nelson and ending his hopes of victory. Short Sport Of All Sort LOTS OF INTEREST VANCOUVER (CP) -Chaif- man Avery Brundage of the In- ternational Olympic Committee is about to get a telegram from Vancouver signed by people. The telegram is in support of Canada's bid for the 1976 Win- ter Olympics at Garibaldi, north of Vancouver. Signatures were collected during the past couple of weeks. SHANNON WORKS OUT ST. LOUIS (AP) Third baseman Mike Shannon of St. Louis Cardinals is being allowed to exert himself under close su-1 pervision this week to set the stage for tests that will deter- mine whether he is recovering from a rare kidney disorder, Clomerulo nephritis. NATIONALS WIN MONTREAL (CP) Can- ada's national basketball team thumped the Montreal Basket- ball League senior all-stars 118- 78 in the national team's first exhibition game Monday night BURNS TO COACH? ST. PAUL (CP) The presi- dent of Minnesota North Stars says Charlie Burns is the lead- ing candidate to coach the Na- tional Hockey League club in 1970-71. But Walter Bush Jr. says It will not be decided until this month whether Bums, playing coach last season, will return to the bench as e. player or coach. THREE IN HOSPITAL MONTREAL (CP) Three harness-racing d r i v e r taken to hospital Monday for x- rays and treatment following six-horse pile-up in the sixth race at Blue Bonnet] Raceway. DATSUN 1600 PICKUP the most misunderstood truck in the country We built the Dafsun 1600 pickup to be a tough, rugged, no-nonsense, hard-working tool. Fine, A lot of people bought it for just that But a lot of other people bought it and they don't use it for work. They use it for play. We put a sturdy 96 horse engine in it because a working truck needs lots of power. We designed it to haul a ton, because a working truck should be able to handle heavy loads. It gets up to 30 miles to the gallon, because a working track should bs economical to operate. And it handles like a nifty little car because there's no reason why a truck that wears like a tank should handle like a tank. We built North America's number-one selling imported truck to work for its living and they're out there living a life of pleasure. Where did we go wrong? the more-for-your-money car J2175 SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE. PORT OF ENTRY VANCOUVER. MONTREAL. HALIFAX PLUS TAX, LICENCE, LOCAL FREIGHT, IF ANy, 7Mre'E a Dareon (or you; WOO 2-Door mad 4-CKor Sedans. 1KK> 2-Dow Delias Sedans BM 2-10-1 Spans, 1600 ana 2000 Sports. (600 Pickup. Over 800 Dalsun dealers in North AmwiM. Nissan Automobile Co. Ltd. factory zone offices and parts depots it: Vancouver, Toronlo, Montreal, Halifax. FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. llrh Street S. Phone 327-3933 ;