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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IH'iF.TiinGE HEBAIR Friday, Mtiy 3, Ratelle. Dryden first lime winners more room IK IAN Marl.AlM'l NEW VOliK (IT) Orr, lioslon liruins1 land tile Norris Tropliy all-round ability in for the liflh consecutive. season, holh records. Oilier award winners, seledecl The Hart Tropliy goes to Ihe by members of Ihc young clcfciiccnian. was Hie only player to lie Hie must I Hockey Writers' A'isocialiim in double winner lixl.iy HI Hie Na- M'fihiiiblc li> bi.s Irani" and Ihcillic l-l NHL eilies. were: tioniil Hockey awards Norris "to the defence player i Drydcn, Montrcii luncheon, Hie IlnrL Tro- phy for a lliircl consecutive yc-ar who dcinonslralcs throughoutj adieus goallender, thu Caldcr aliility." the regular season the league's oul.ilanding rookie: eenlrc I'liil earlier Halclle, New York won Ihc Art Ross Tropliy as Ihc Hangers, the Lady Trophy league's leading scorer with as Ihe player exhibiting "the iioinls. II was flic Iliird lime in licsl type of and four years lisposilo had won Hie j gentlemanly conduct combined award. Me scored a record d Can- with a high standard of playing goals and 152 points in 19711-71. c a m -m a I e. LOOK AT ME AvErJ CHANSED OR BONE ME HAIS.' (i; V YOU'RE 'OME EABUER THAN I Caldcr JEAN Jf.Vfl.LI I Lady Byng PHIL ESPOSITO Art Uoss Will feature round robin tourney emorial Cup series all set OTTAWA (CP) Without spending a nickel to dale on ad- vertising, the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association has gold roughJy .scats For each day." Gordon Jnckes, CAHA ex- ecutive manager, said in an in- terview-. The rink can seat about For the first time Ihe junior feature win- of the Four games to be played j championship next week in the Memorial Cup nerfi of the Ontario, Quebec and finals. Western Canada leagues in a "We'll start advertising Fri- three-game round-robin compe- tition. The games will be played Monday, Wednesday and Friday next week. The two lop clubs of the round-robin meet Sunday, May 14. for the cup Peterborough Petes of the On- tario Hockey Association are the only team lo make it so far. Cornwall Royals and Quebec City battling for tile right to represent Quebec, and liegina and Edmonton are competing in the final. A Memorial Cup commiLlcc, established some time ago with the idea of giving Ihe week-long playoff a sort of Grey Cup touch, lias yet to cause even a ripple of excitement in The promoters also lost a nat- ural drawing card when Ottawa 67s bowed to Peterborough in the OIIA finals The 67s bad been drawing capacity crowds here. Aside from the annual Memo- 4 hp. 7% hp, hp. 20 hp. Mightiest fleet of fishing outboards anywhere, IVIake no mistake! They may be mini, but they're nil Mercury-tough. Four Merc tigers (there's a size and hp just right your boat) loaded with fish-catching features. Look: Glide-Angle leading edge slips over weeds and underwater snags, Jet-Prop exhaust lets you sneak in quietly, new "troll set" fixes the trolling speed you want, .And all have quick-starting Phase-Maker Thunderbolt ignition, long-life Perma-Gap spark plugs and drainlcss crankcase. Your Mercury dealer has your fishing Merc ready ar.d waiting. Go see him. OUTBOARDS Complete range of power: 4, 9 8 20 flO 50 65 80. 115. 140 hp. For nearest Mercury Dealer, SPC Ihe Yellow Pages under "Oulboard Molors." Mercury Marino Limilcd, P.O. Box 488, MississauRa, (Toronto) Canada. Fiberglas Boats and Canoes FROM 10 FFE7 UP flonf Trorlort Supplini find EquipmOnl Accessories: Life Jackets, Flocitrr Conti SERVICE AND REPAIRS GLASCON INDUSTRIES 327 3rd St. 5. rial Cup luncheon nest Tuesday and a government of Ontario dinner Thursday, no oilier puh- lic gatherings have been an- nounced. Tt is planned lo have players from all three leagues intro- duced in [he House of Commons during the week. The CAHA and Ihe National Hockey League will hold meet- ings leading up (.0 a of Iheir agreemenl and Ihe OHA has scheduled a meeting to con- sider bids for new franchises. The CAHA also is holding a board of inquiry into the retusaJ of Thunder Bay Falcons to play the sixlh game of their Cen- I c n n i a 1 Cup series against Guelpli. Two learn officials are under temporary suspension arising from the incident. Live television has been just about ruled oul. The strike by I the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Tech- nicians cooled CBC interest, and Ihe CTV network has its sched- ule filled irith Stanley Cup play. There is talk of CBC taping Ihc game for showing later and the possibility of closed-circuit showing in Qucljec. About 70 reporters have ap- plied for credentials. The CAHA about 50 of them arc from out-of-town stations or publications. a game EDMONTON (Cn-Ednion- ton Oil Kings moved lo uiUiiti one victory o[ a berth in (be Memorial Cup by defeating Re- Rina PaU 1-1 Thursday night (o load Ihc bcsl-nf-sfivcn IVcslrni Canada Hockey League final 3- 1 have resolved Ihcir differences over the dates and site of this year's Allan Cup final for the Flyers, Jets settle issue (CP1 Esposilo's brother, Tony, and Gary Smilh collected Ihe Vczina Trophv as Ihe league's leading goailcndcrs. The Chicago Black Hawks tandem allowed a.lolal of onh llili goals for a aver- age. Tony Esposilo Die zina alone in when he also won Rookie of the Year honors. The Iwu trophies for Orr, a 24-y e a r -o Id native of Parry Sound. Out., brings lo 11 Ihc number of individual awards be has amassed in six seasons wilh Ihe Uniins. Hinincr-iip in the scoring race lo Esposito Hie lasl (wo seasons, be is Ihe onlv N'l'i, defenccman ever to win tho .scoring title with 120 poinls in J9B9-7H. Drydcn's selection as Ihe lop rookie was unique in lhat he had already won a major NIIL award. Ihe Conn Smythe Trophy as the outstanding performer in year's Stanley Cup playoff. Culled on by the Canadiens wilh only six previous NIIL games under his belt, (he lanky goaltender look lime off from his law sludies at HIcGill Uni- versity to appear in a record 20 post-season games en route lo Ihe cup championship. Although the Rangers had nol had a Lady Byng winner since Ihe 1937-58 season when Camile Henry turned the (rick, Ra- lelle's selection was the 1.1th in club history, led by Frank Bou- cher's seven trophies. No other (earn has had as many Lady Byng winners. Orr's selection in Ihe Norris Trophv balloting was Ihc closest to being unanimous among the voters, lie collected 204 of a possible 210 poinls. Voting was based on five for a first-place choice, three for second and one for third. PARK SECOND Brad Park of New York was a dislanl second with 117, followed by Bill of Chicago Black- Hawks wilh 25. The closest voting was for the Caller award Dryden polled FORSET IT, KID.NOU WORBV TtoO MUCH ABOUT SEE APPEASANCc J T -1 LOVE VK F1 NER MIND NEB COULD rOOLEO MATE I THOUGHT IT WAS v' F1 WHAT I DOWT K 3-for-4 blow as Ihe Reds exploded for j Carroll, laying down a sacrifice By THE ASSOCIATED PJIESS "T hank God for Bobby Sparky Anderson said, but the Cincinnati Reds man- ager also owed a debt of grati- tude to Tony Perez' glove. Tolan's line-drive triple ce- mented a 9-5 Reds' triumph Thursday over the troubled St. Louis Cardinals after Perez, a former all-star third baseman playing first base, kept Ihem in the game Chicago Cubs downed Atlanta Braves 8-0 in the culy other Na- tional League game. The only scheduled American strvation of "mild discomfort" League game between Chicago j i'1 Ihe chest. While Sox and Baltimore Ori- physician, Dr. five runs in the eighth. Dave Concepciou bad singled in pinch-runner Cesar Geronimo and Denis Menke to ignile the uprising, with winning pitcher Cliesl disconiforl bothers Fiiiley and Pete Rose drawing lenfional walk. Cards' then hit reliever Joe Grzenda Joe Morgan with a pitch and Tolan teed off with a sinking line drive on which centre fielder Luis Melendez failed lo make a shoeslring cafcli. Overshadowed by Tolan's hit OAKLAND (AP) Charles not forgotten "by Anderson 0. Finley, owner of Oaklandiuas Concepcion's winning sin- Athletics baseball team, has boosting his RBI counl to been taken to hospital lor ob- 13- He hafl 2I) a11 lasl >'car. oles was postponed by rain. St. Louis had battled to a 4-4 lie in the seventh when Perez made his move. A shot off Malty Alou's bat seemingly headed for the right field corner was instead speared by the G-foot-2 Perez and Alou was held to a single. The bases were jammed as a consequence, but sinker-ball specialist Clay Carroll came on to fan Joe Torre on four pitches and turn the tide. Mill Pappas pitched a six-hit- ter and Rick Monday, Jose Car- denal and Jim Hickman sup- in the chest. Finley's physician, ___ Charles Hudson, said Thursday (he offence as Hie Cubs the baseball team owner was defeated Ihe Braves, admitted to hospital here after! -Monday tripled home two suffering "a little bout of chest'. runs in a four-run rally in the discomfort." fourth inning while Cardenal "There lias been no pain and drove in two runs with a double there has been no Hudson said. and a single. Hickman stroked three singles and scored twice. 152 poinl-S, 20 more than run- ner-up Rick niarlin of Buffalo Sabres. Marcel Dionne of DC- I (roil Red was third wilh 32 poinls Only two olhers re- ceived votes. The widcsl gap between win- ner and runner-up was Ratellc's margin over lasl year's winner. Johnny Bucyk of Ihe Bruins. The New York ccnlrc. who fin- ished third in league scoring wilh 109 poinls despite missing the last 15 games with a broken ankle, polled 192 voting poinls lo Eucyk's 53. Winners of Ihe four individual awards at today's luncheon re- ceive 51.500, fnn going lo Ihe runners-iip. Orr picks up s.oou in go with the S750 he earned as runner-up lo Esposito in the scoring race. Dryden won 51.300 in Caldci Tolan's three hits notwith- manager lo salute Ihc Perez gem. "Perez's play." said Ander- son, a double and they score two runs if be hadn't got- ten to the ball. It was some play." Catling back to the torrid Tolan, Anderson said: "I was just telling the guys on the bench, 'Thank God for Bobby Tolan. He's leading in doubles, he's leading in triple? and he's leading in most hits.' Tolan, whose hits boosted his major league-leading average to .438, slruck his most telling ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE NPV; Vnrk Philadelphia Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago SI. Louis Los Angelas Cincinnati Aflanra Ssr. Diego San Francisco f, i. MO ..6 9 .J30 7 10 .-'I? 6 10 .375 SPOKANE, Wash. Spokane JcLs_and_Barrie Flyers i Trophy money plus for bring second to Orr in Ihe Hart Trophy voting. In addition to his SI, 500 prize senior amateur John Rogers, Terry Mc- Donald, Terry Smith and J C a n a d i a n Darcy Rola scored Ihc Edmon-1 hocfccv litle. a spokesman for on goals. Dennis Sobchuk ruin-1 the JeLs said Thursday nighl. ed Ihe shutout bid of Larry He said Ihe besl-nf-seven i-cr- Hcndrick on a breakaway goal! ics would begin in Spokane Sat- of Ihc second period. urday, wilh Ihc next two sanies I money, Ralelle also Lviniccl Thc teams return lo Rr-gina here Sunday and Tuesdav. The lonighl for the fifth game. A Iwo clubs will then be idle until Kamc will be played in May 15, when Ihe fourth game Edmonlon Saturday if news-: will be played in Spokane. The siry and a scvculh Sunday in i fifth and sixth games, if nec'es- Rppina. sary. will played in Spokane as Ihe leading scorer al the half-way mark in the schedule. During Ihc season, Orr scored 'rnrd 1-71 and 117 poinl.s. (he Ihir ...n total of his career. Ilis standard dcfeneemen. also set lasl year. Following are Ih The Oil Kims oulshot Ihe i May'Hi Pals "2-22, including n l-i-4 mar- game either in Spokane or in an i in in Ihc first period. unspecified British Columbia j Hjn Manorial: n There were 11 penalties in the city. !t; lame, six lo Ihc Pals, including I The problem over dates and nva, five-minute fighling penalties sites arose because Ihc Snokanc Boto' .0 Seoll Smilh of Regina and arena had been booked for an- Fleuri Pen-on of Edmonlon. oilier allraclion May 10-14. Although Sobchuk nwigcd The Flyers prolesled lo the j one goal, Ihc Oil Kings did a Canadian" Amateur Mockey As- i Ford's good job ol putting the brakes socialion, saying Nicy were un- i coumoyr.-, m Ihe high-scoring rookie who1 willing to slay in Spokane for a I picked up 27 poiuls in Ihe I six-day period without playing a i liiarler- and semi-finals. game. Two share low net honors i TODAY 3 GAMES Hooloi Dierker (1-1) AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit Baltirnoi Clcvclan TODAY'S GAMES solfl fl-1) fll (Z.2) at Ballt- lie complete each of Ihc Of the ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 323 5th St. South Licensed Dining. Room Monday to Wednesday 6.30 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday to Saturday 6.30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sundays and Holidays 8 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. Busli Williams playing wilh Hie Oweif.s foursome and Art Smith with Snfeways bolli cov- ered I lie course in :i-{ strokes to share (lie lou1 nc( honors in Lakeside CJolf League play Thursday nighl. Mcnmvliilc Sab Kami nf Flemings and Bernic Gamer Hlinred Ihe low LIPOSS honors counlinp 39 strokes apiece. Kami's low cross seore help- ed Flemings move into a three- sn way lie for second plnco with j C'lIKC and Fraehes, who trail Ihc league-leading DongaUi by one poinl. Jl CHEC aimed Iheir .share of second place hy capturing (he a low team noL score which had ,Rj Rondhousc, Ray nodnanik and Pete Turn- bull rombininfi for n Tin? low I.eam nc( score pnvc a sweep over Walkers 'it l Tor (jighi big [toinLs. (13) (7-01 N at Mor Philadelphia Chan- San Diego Arlin LOF. Anqeles Join (2-1) Sfoncman (7-2) N Piltsburqh Moose (0-2) a! Cine Nclan (3-01 N Allanla Nickro (71) al SI. Gibson (0-3) N THUftSDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 091 OODO 9 10 3 SI. Louis ZOO 000 5 12 7 rVifClolhlin, Merril (7) Carroll (7) (51) and Bench; Spinks, Sflnlnrlni (R. 12-7) (8. flnri Simmons. Atlanta Dm 000 o t o Chicago 010 4flO 6 10 2 Kclley (1-2) Schueler (5) Slone (7) Berber (8) and Williams, Casnnovfl Pappn5 and Hundley. MINOR BALL Pacific Coast Albuquerque 10 Sail Lake Porlland 3 Tacoma 7 Phoenix B Tucson 5 Euqcne 6 Hawaii 5 Louisvill (1-1) N 'i Gocidsws an (3.1) M (2-0) A! Cleveland (0-1) nt Detroit (0-3) B) Oak- n (M) N Brcll (1-2) Ccllifor Mnd Moflrm Milwaukee Ryan [l l) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago al Baltimore, ppd.( rain STANLEY CUP FINAL G W L F A PI Bo-.len 3 2 1 10 II 1 Ne-.v Vr.rt 1 7 11 10 7 Gilhr-rl, MY SlanficlcJ, B NY HOCKEY SCORES Richm e 6 Toledo rt fl at r id fll Syracuse ppd., r, Easirrn Duobec Cily 1 Pawluckcl 0 Wetl Have PillsField al Elrmra ppd., rfli'n 101 ml Cup J.imcs Horrit. See This New Brogue by CAMM'S ONlY SHOES 403 Slh SI. S. AT They're here! STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever soldi ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRi SALES I SERVICE 401 111 Aw. 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