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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 3, 1972 THE 1ETHEB1DGE HRAID 13 Blueline blasts help end Boston streak at nine Park brilliant in pacing Rangers NEW YORK (CP1 Torn! a lot (o lenrri aboul covering Jolmson is going to have to re- vive his thinking based on Hie old adage that you can't teach an old dog new [ricks. J o h n s o n 's Boston Bruins found Thursday night they had New York's point men as the Rarflers crushed them 5-2 I o narrow Boston's margin in the best-of-sevcn Stanley Cup final 2-1. Game No. 4 goes at Madison Square Garden Sunday after noon at 12 noon MDT with a fifth game back in Boston Tuesday at p.m. MDT. "We gave their point men to many wide-open said Johnson, taking note of tlii Kentucky Derby ready to go Riva Ridge leads way LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Riva Ridge, a winner of many important stakes and more than will oppose 15 other three-year-olds In the Kentucky Derby Saturday, including Dr Neale, which has run in four races and earned LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME ASSOCIA- TION will be holding its annual kids fishing derby at Henderson Lake this Saturday. The derby will be run from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. AH youngsters up to the age of 16 may enter and should register at the dock parking Jot. A variety of prizes will be donated to the various winners. To be eligible for the derby, fishing is from shore only. A patrol is to be maintained during the derby as a safety measure. AT LONG LAST, the 'Lelhbridge Fish and Game Association's skeet range is in operation and it is being kept open every evening until dark. This is in an attempt to find out the interest and the most suit- able days and times for the majority of the shooters. There will be special prices in effect during the Initiation o[ skeet shooting. The trap range will be open at the same times as the skeet range for those who are interested. A skeet range grand opening is proposed for later in the month. To show interest, all a member has to do is to show up for practice. Hot off the press for the benefit of novice anglers arid others new to this area is a guide to sport fish- ing in the Lethbridge region, produced by the fish and wildlife division. It is largely the work fisheries biologists aid- ed by other staff from the region. All waters slocked by the division are listed along with directions to get to those spots. Maps include a code to indicate what species occur in enough num- bers for the average angler to have success. One caution is that the guide lists fishing poten- tial of all streams, whether open or closed. The 1972 guide to sport fishing regulations shows that several tributaries are actually closed this season. Included in the guide are tips on trophy fishing, identification of fish, and proper care of a catch to preserve its quality between stream and table. Best thing about the guide is that it's free. The division has printed copies for distribution from the regional office in the J. J. Bowlen Building, Ed- monton, or from district offices. GEORGE FREEMAN of Stralhmore will later this year take over responsibility for Ducks Unlim- ited work from the Red Deer River to the U.S. bor- der. Bill Campbell of Brooks, a DUC employee since 1939, one year after the organization was born, is due to retire in October. He says moisture conditions appear to be very good in southern Alberta, especially south of Vulcan, and adds that the April storm centering on Leth- bridge made things even better. Ducks and geese first began winging north into the province around March 13, about two weeks ahead of the long-term average for their first ap- pearance. On a swing through the south country he found the area "loaded" with waterfowl, including mal- lards, pintails, baldpates, shovellers, Canada geese and whistling swans. FOR THOSE WHO WANT a complete look at the province, the Alberta Fishing Guide is the best publication to fill the bill to-date. With one of Al- berta's best anglers as the key author, George Mit- chell ol Edmonton, Alberta Fishing Guide is avail- able for SI.50 at news stands, or direct from the publisher: Railton Publications Ltd., 125 Talisman Avenue, Vancouver 10, B.C. It covers the best angling waters (rivers and lakes) in the province, complete with maps and nec- essary directions. The national parks in the province are also covered. Now Is The Time To Install TRACTOR CAB GLASS Cloor nnd tinted glcm Free mtimatei LETHBRIDGE SH ani Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Ph. 327-1581 Riva Ridge, Meadow Stud's 1971 two-year-old champion, is tha early favorite while Dr Neale, owned and trained by Chuck Nicholas, was put in the mutuel Held after being enterec Thursday for the 9Bth running o the Derby at Churchill Downs. Hiva Ridge's toughest compe- tition is expected from Mrs M a r i 1) e 1 Blum's Hold You: Peace, the Flamingo and Step ping Stone winner; J, R. Straus No Le Hace, first in the Arkan sas and Louisiana derbies, and Paul Mellon's Head of the River. Others entered were Joseph and William Stavola's Middle- town Stable's Freetex, Forresi H. Lindsay's Sensitive Music Corbin J. Robertson's Introduc- tivo, Robert M i c h e 11's Our Trade Winds, Mr. and Mrs. A E. Heinhold's Big Brown Bear, Preston Madden's Kentuckian, Bruno Ferrari's Pacallo, Dr. Hassi Shina's Hassi's Image, Robert Lehmann's entry ol Majestic Needle and Napoise and Max Gluck's Big Spruce. If there are no scratches, the derby will gross mak- ing It second only to last year's renewal as the richest derby ever. Saturday's winner's sliaie will FAST TRACK EXPECTED Each starter will carry US pounds over the Vk miles on a irack expected to be fast. The weaLher bureau now predicts no rain in Louisville on Derby Day. Post time will be p.m. MDT. Missing from Ihe derby will be Mellon's Key to the Mint, winner of the Derby Trial Tues- day in his first start since being injured March 15. "I really had no intention o[ entering him in the Derby when brought him said :rainer Elliott Burch. He said would point Key to the Mint !or the Preakness and pin all of lis derby hopes on Head of the Diver, the Everglades winner. Riva Ridge will start from the No. 9 post position under Ron Turcott, the Grand Falls, N.B. native, Hold Your Peace will go rom the third slot under Carlos Phil Runbicco will .ake No Le Hace from the out- side post; Head of the River will leave the No. 14 gate under Mike Hole, and Freetex will go 'rom on the rail under Chuck 3altazar. Other jockey assignments and >ost positions Included Sensitive Husic, John L. Rotz, No. 2; In- .roductivo, Bobby Breen, No. 4; Dr. Neale, Wendell Lecling, No. Our Trade Winds, Jimmy Ni- chols, No. G; Big Brown Bear, Ray Broussard, No. 7; Ken- uckian, Don Brumlield, No. 8; Gustavo Avila, No. 10; Hassi's Image, Heliodoro Gus- ines, No. 11; Big Spruce, Larry Adams, No. 15. Bobby Kotenko was named on >oth Majestic Needle, who drew he 32th post, and Napoise, who ;ot No. 13. Ridge Route rally Sunday The Southern Alberla Rally Club has another rally planned or this Sunday. Called the Ridge Route, Sun- day's event is set to get under vay with the first car leaving at Registration for the .vent is at Sunday morn- ng. The fees for the one-day ally have been set at ?2 for members and ?2.50 for non- members. Anyone Interested Is invited o take part in the rally. Dash 'laques will he awarded. rlwo power-play goals in the firs period by Ranger defenceman Brad Park. "They were bomb ing us from the point." "We're jusl going to have ti give more consideration to prac Using our work on their poin added the Boston coach speaking of an obvious weak point in the Boston machine that had won seven straigh games with the New Yorkers this year and had a playof streak of nine victories going into the contest. Park became the first Na Uonal Hockey League defence man to score two power-play goals in one period of playof hockey. Charlie Conacher of To- ronto Maple Leafs set the stand ard on March 26, 1936, agains Boston and it has since been equalled by 14 other forwards. The young Ranger defence man also picked up two assists and his four points in the game equalled a team playoff recon stalled by Frank Boucher in 1932 and matched by three other Rangers besides Park. The outcome never was in doubt after the Rangers had opened up a three-goal lead by o[ the first period, capital izing on the first three times they had a manpower advan tage. Park, Rod Gilbert and Park again sent the Bruins stagger- ing. Mike Walton and Bobby Orr narrowed the gap to 3-2 be- fore Gilbert and Pete Stemkow- ski finished the scoring in the second period. After the New Yorkers jumped into their early lead, Derek Sanderson, Bruins' penal- ty-killing ace, saw little ice time. "He was Involved in their tirst three power-play goals so I had to make said Johnson of his decision to Insert Don Marcotte on the penally- killing unit wiih Ed Westfall. Johnson didn't fault goal- tender Gerry Cheevers on the :arly goals "We gave their ?oint men too many wide-open said Ed Johnston, who has a 5-0 playoff mark this season to Cheevers' i-2, will start Sunday's game. TEAM DISCONSOLATE It was an unusually disconso- ate Boston dressing room as ;he team rushed to leave lor Boston almost immediately after the game. 'I hurt all over." lamented Phil Esposito, the Art Hoss Tro- Jhy winner as the league's lead- ng scorer over the regular schedule with 133 points. He has been a target for the Rangers whenever he moved into the slot ,n front of the New York goal. The victorious Rangers also were suffering. Veteran defenceman Jim Neilson missed half the game with a strained knee and his replacement, rookie Ab De- Marco, fell on Boston centre narnet Bailey's skate In (he third period and suffered a deep ;ash on the back of his left high. Both men were taken to lospital, where DeMarco under- went surgery which mil keep him out of the rest of the series. That left three 'ark, Rod Selling and Dale finish up the blueline NEW YORK J BOSTON 1 First Period 1 New York, Park [Hadfield, Falrbalrn) 3. New York, Gilberl 6 (Park 3. New York, Park J (Gilberl) J. Boston, Walton 6 (VadnalBl Penalties smllh Irvine :09, Saltier Nielsen Bailey :35, Orr Rolfe Vodnais Second Period 5. Boston, Orr 5 Smilri, Cashman) fl New York, Gilberl 7 (Rousseau, Park) 7. York, stemkowskl 4 (MacGre- or] Penalties Gilberl iolfe Wallon Hodge 17-35. Third Period No scoring. Penal- ies Stcmkowski Irvine :llbtrj, Marcotts Selling, San. erson Shots on QMl by roilon ......H t H- New York 14 17 fl- Allendance JACKALL JACKS Full 4 ton lifting capacity complete with lop piaca and wira 17 B 36" I I 18' ,r I Avolloblt at your SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP 1221 2nd Ave. S. LtTHBRIDGE chores nitri they did n niciKlfipfii) joli as they had IhroughoiiL Hie game. Emile Francis, New York's general manager-coach, still has Gary Doak and Jim Dorey available to dress. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Nwlhlands Park raca results Thursday: FIRST JMKi claiming, 3 year- oltfs, s fur- longs Grand Command (McCauleyl 3.50 3.50 ?.9D, Dull Ouarl: fRycroM) P.30 P.M, Tilllcum (Sanchez) 4.40. Time 3-5 Iblls, Gallant Apollo, Clever Boy, Resolve To Conlorm, Do-A also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds and up. 6V? furlongs Joy's Taffy (Hedge) 3.60 2.60, Ynusweepindoll (Levlne) 6.40 3.90, KeMoiel (Billingsley) i 50 Time: 4J HaycJn's Smoke, Dark Susan, Misler Bountiful, Wolf's Go Go, Peppy Pierre also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S14.40 THIRD clnlmlng, 2 year olds, 3 fur- The Cork (Kipling) 3.30 3.2D 2.80, Alberla Rose (Arnold) AAV 3-20, End Blues (Waison) 6.10 Time: :3fi 3-5 Steel Cone, Alberla Brier, The Due Hope, Prairie Morn, Orlicn also ran. QUINELLA; FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 lurlonqs Turfana (Shields) 15.60 5.70 4.20, Merry Muffet 4.30 3.50, Ky Honor (Hedge) Time: Klllam, Miss E, Gray Cir- cle, Never Too Soon also ran. Track Scratch My Ccmmolloii FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and UD, 5 furlongs Pixie Belln (Sladnyk) 4.90 3.10 2 M. Dreamin' Dcamon (Levlne) ll.M 6.20, Ripple Rajah (Klpllnp) 4.90 Time: 4-5 Bollybold, Western Runner, Good Fortune, Kymnndcr, Mac's Rullah. else rsn EXACTOR: UJ.'O SIXTH S1.7W, claiming, 4 year olds, S longs Balcony Girl (Levlne) 4.30 3.20 2.40, Grey Cup SJar (Sladnyk) Gallant (Kipling) 2.70 Time Poinr To Me, The Wisp, Kool Turk, Oscar A, Friendly Guy also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs Game Song (Hedge) 52.30 7 BO 5.M, Bonnie Brier Magic (Combs) 4-50 3-90, Lad (Kipling) 5.60. Time. 4-5 Golden Compass, Transbrlar, El Hal- cc-n. Long also ren Track Scrnlch Slokc's Road. EIGHTH claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur- longs Count The Spota (Shields) 7.BO 4.io 2.3G, Chnnlicld (Norris) 5.50 Car- bon County (Levfne) 2.JO Time: 2.5 Flying Wing, Vernon Town, Saucy Morn, Toledo Royal, Nor Wejler also aUJNELLA: J24.6Q SCRAMBLE AT THE NET New York Rangers' fjoalie Ed Giacomin (1) has a leammate in his lap during scramble at the net following a Boston Bruin scoring attempt Thursday evening. In foreground is Vic Hadfield (11) of the Rangers. A linesman, unidenlified, managed lo separate the players. (AP Wirepholo) Quick Thorpe leading Houston event HOUSTON (API Chuck Thorpe, a rookie professional who once had a brief fling as a first, baseman with a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball [arm team, held a one-stroke lead going into today's second round in the Houslon open golf tour- nament. "I'm jusl gonna go onl and try lo P'ay the Thorpe said. "I'm nol gonna play safe, even if 1 shoot 80. I'm gonna hit it for the flag on every shot and try to make every putt." Thorpe dominated the pnr fives on the Westwood Country Club course Thursday en route to a six-under-par G6 and a one- stroke margin over Don Eies and Hale Invin. Doug Sanders, out of action with a wrist injury for the last month, Jack Ewlng and Jim Ferriell followed at C3 with Aus- tralian Bruce Devlin, rookia Lanny Wadkins and Dob Menns at 09. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSOCIATION SKEET and TRAP RANGE WILL BE OPEN EVERY EVENING and SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL DARK SPECIAL OPENING PRICES LACROSSE STICKS As Low As BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Your complela bike headquctrleri in South Albertci 913 3rd Avo. S. Phone 327-3221 Cloied Dally 8 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday nnd Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF S4tt HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOUI FURY THESE ARE All IOW MILEAGE DEMONSTRATORS All UNITS CARRY AN IB MONTH OR MILE WARRANTY Stock No. 2438 PLYMOUTH FURY GRAND COUPE 360 V-B automalic, sleeping, dist brakes, heavy duly baltery and suspen. sion, radio and rear speaker. Many othei options. 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List Price Demo Savings NOW ONLY Slock No. 7462 PLYMOUTH FURY II 4 DOOR SEDAN 318 V-8 oulomalic, power steering and disc, brakes, heavy duty bollery and suspension, radio and rtar speaker, power deck lid release, rear defoggcr, and many more options. Tawny gold melallic. List Price Demo. Savings NOW ONLY Stock No. 6534 Plymouth Satellite Custom 4 door sedan, 318 V-8 automatic, power steering, radio, heavy duly battery, linlrd windshield, remolo control mirror, and many more options. Amber Sherwood metallic. Approximately miles. Lilt Price Demo. Savingi NOW ONLY..... Slock No.. 3263 ONE ONLY 1971 PLYMOUTH CRICKET 4 DOOR SEDAN, automatic, white tide walls, interior decor group. List Price Demo. Snvinrl! NOW ONIY IAC BANK RATE FINANCING Cor. 7th S. 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 ;