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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 1972 _ THE LETHBRIDGf HERALD ONE SIOED CONVERSATION Texas Ranger Frank Howard stepped out of the baller'i box, kicked ihe dirt and had a few words to lay lo umpire James Odom when Odom called a strike against Howard In the firs! inning of Friday's game In Detroit. Detroit Tiger catcher Bill Freehan stayed in position and out of Ihe discussion. Howard went on to strike out swinging against Detroit Tiger pitcher Joe Colemon. (AP Wirepholo) DANCE HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB SATURDAY, MAY 6th DANCING 9.-30 P.M. TO J.-DO A.M. Music-VIBRATIONS MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Stauipeders add two to rosier CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampeders today edded line- backer Steve Kitchens and wide receiver Bill HoRan to their rosier, boosting Iheir signings to 25 players for the 1972 West- ern Football Conference season. Kitchens joins Calgary from University of Georgia where he spent four years. SOUTHLAND CYCLE See Us For The Complete Line Of YAMAHA 60 cc to 360 cc ENDURQS Also We Have A Complete Line Of Yamaha 100 cc to 650 cc Street Machines BICYCLES BICYCLES BICYCLES We have a complete line of bicycles from the tot to the adult by such famoui makers as CCM, Gitane, BRC and Phillips. TABER "See Us For The Best Deal In The South" (Formerly Scropian Soles) PH. "PARTS AND SERVICE FOR ALL BIKES AND MOTORCYCLES" Chippy play, but no major infractions as yet Orr not surprised with final series NEW YORK (CP) There'i nothing unusual in the pattern of play employed by the tw teams Involved in the Stanley Cup final. Bobhy Orr, Boston Bruins Hart and Norris trophies win ner, was asked lo comment Fri day on the style of gam against New York Rangers in which the action lias swung from wide-open, to light-check ing, to a free-skating game. "If you go back over the sea replied the young delen sive superstar, "you'll see thi is the pattern of game we've had with New York." Boston took the first tw games of the best-ot-seven ser ies to decide the 1971-72 Na tional Hockey League title a home, 6-5 and 2-1, end lost the third game here Thursday night, 52. The two teams meet here again Sunday at 2 p.m. EDT. "Im not a bit surprised at thi style of play in the games so Orr said. "I've felt al along it was going to be a long series and I don't have any rea son to change my thinking now." HITTING NOT HARD Surprising so lar in the series has been the lack o[ bodily con tact in a post-game round tha was expected to produce mucl solid hitting, a game conducive to tlie success of both teams. The three games to date have produced a lot of chippy play by both clubs, but no major infrac tions. Emile Francis, New York's general manager-coach, saic Friday the Ranger success in the third game was Boston's in ability lo solve the home team's power play. "New York ice Is longer than Boston I Garden) and the cor ners are Francis said 'This gives players on em- power play more chances to manoeuvre and get the puck back to the point man. "Because of its larger size (10 [eet longer than Boston Garden) and the players' familiarity with the Ice surface, this makes .he Hanger power play Francis added by way of ex- Dlaining the three early goals in Thursday's game when the Rangers scored with a man- power advantage. R a n g e r s' Jean Ratelle, awarded the Lady Eyng Trophy as the NHL's player best com lining ability and sportsman- ahip at Friday's annual award's uncheon here, was used spar- ngly by Francis alter the first period after the New Yorkers gained a 3-1 lead. "The early lead enabled us to rest Ratelle more than I in- ended. But, there's no sense pushing him when he wasn't needed." Ratelle broke his ankle In I ;ame March 1 and has since ilayed only in the three games against Boston. Francis has jeen spotting his all-star centre almost exclusively on the power tlay between lineinates Vic Hadfield and Rod Gilbert. Earlier in the series Ralelle ilso saw duty on the Rangers' ourth line but the New York oach was forced to abandon liat scheme when veteran Ron ilewart was knocked out of the ilayoffs with a broken jaw in he opening game. Stewart's loss leaves Francis Cougars visit Royals Sunday The Lethbridge Royals will see action for the first time this season as they host the Calgary Cougars In an exhibi- tion soccer encounter Sunday afternoon. Game time is set for 3 p.m. at the Civic Sporls Centre. In a quandary. Two of Rangers' defensive corps were injured in Thursday's game. Veteran Jim Neilson's status Is questionable. He has strained knee ligaments. Rookie Ah DeMarco is more definite. Bos- ton centre Garnet Bailey's skate inflicted a deep wound in De- Marco's left thigh when the two fell along the boards and the young New York player wiU miss the rest of the series. That reduced the healthy New York blueline brigade to three players for the final 10 minutes of the game. "I told Glen Sather to get Francis recalled during Friday's luncheon. "He has Guelph sweeps series GUELPH, Onl. fCP) Guelph CMCs blanked Red Dee Rustlers 3-0 here Friday nigh to sweep the Centennial Cup li nals in four straight eamcs. Ted Lcnssen turned aside 2 shots to register the shutout bu Red Deer got a sensational net minding performance from Gra ham Parson, playing despite a eye injury. He turned aside al but three of 45 Guelph shols. Bruce Herridge scored thi winning goal at of the firs period, when he converted Mik Zettle's pass on a Guelph powe play. Two third-period goals b; Guelph minor hockey grad Doui Risebrough put the game out o reach. Guelph drew 22 of 42 minute in penalties. Most of the penalties came in the third period after Guelph Paul Fendley was checked anc hit his head on the ice. He wa knocked unconscious and taken to hospital. Two majors lo each team lo fighting were handed out by. ret eree Blair Graham in the las half of the period. Guelph dominated pla: throughout most of the garni but Parson's netminding kep Red Deer In the game until Ris ebrough's third period heroics. CMCs club owner John Trl ?lone said after the game: "We're going to issue a chal [enge for the Memorial Cup ant we hope that It will be ac- cepted." The win was Guelph's 23rd in 25 playoff games, after finishing 'irst in the Southern Ontario Hockey Association. Whalers ink Sehvoocl CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) England Whalers of the World Hockey Association an- nounced Friday the signing of defenceman Brad Selwood of he National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs to a three- rear-contract. Selwood, 24, Is the second NHL player to sign with the Vhalers in less than e month, jarry Pleau, formerly with iTontrcal Canadiens, signed ear- ier. Selwood scored four goals and got 17 assists in 72 games last reason. "With Brad's signing. It hould be obvious that the Whal- rs 'are seeking young players vith proven major league abil- (y who can play for us for many years to Jack t'elley, general manager and :oach of the Whalers, told a news conference. Selwood, a native of Leaming- on, Ont., was picked by To- onto in the amateur draft in %8 and was sent lo Tulsa Oil- xs in tJio Central Hockey ,eague where he played ono cason before being traded to 'ancouvcr Canucks of (he onal Hockey League. A Brand New Season A Brand New Show In conjunction with Enerson Motors Ltd. PONTIAC-8LJICK AGENCV 817 4th Avcnuit S. A W Drive-ins Home of the Burger Family and Chubby Chicken 3rd Avo. and Scenic Dr. Mayor Magralh Dr. 5AAR ACERS OPENING SHOW STOCK CAR RACING SUNDAY, MAY 7th Time Trials at 2 p.m. Racing at 3 p.m. EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY INCLUDED IN OUR OPENING SHOW Dnrorlovll Clown will drivo an older modol car up o ipocinl romp nnd IOor ovor 100 fool and crajh lioad on Inlo n lino of parked cars. 'B' CLASS Well known norno plui Lindy Smith, Ron Boycc, Tho Hondenon Driv- ing Team, Bill Connors, Tom Dowdell, Jack Roberts and Garry Moader. SUPER STOCKS occoitoiiolly Appearing throughout th0 'C CLASS Wtrh n rot old. onoi. of new nnmos Including I ho A NEW CLASS THIS YEAR CLAIMER CLASS (rcplacoi old 'D' class cars) With ovor 30 now can. SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan] A BIT OF EVERYTHING The major league base- ball strike, thai held up the start of the 1972 season some 13 days and a few hours, is still gelling publicity Howard Cosell, ABC-TV sportscasler, disgruntled by the news media's disclosure during the baseball strike of some players' fat salaries, staled "this strike was never for Ihe Hank Aarons, Carl Yastrzemskis or Willie Mayses It was for the four-year players who pass up college, spend three to five years to make the majors and have a career ruined by a dead arm or leg." Some big names are on the entry list for the July 3-9 Canadian Open at Cherry Hill Golf Club in Fort Erie George Archer, Jerry Heard, Bobby Mitchell, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer and Wilf Homenuik A native of Kamsack, Sask. Homenuik enjoyed his biggest pay day of his career in the recent Byron Nelson Classic The likeable Canadian pocketed and was within two feet of another Joe Lakie and Dr. Ed Cairns will match shots at the Country Club Sunday as the Coulee Course season officially gets under way with the President, versus Vice president tourney And for those interested, the dinner and dance at the Country Club set for this evening is hooked full according to club manager Doug Boyer Adolph Rupp, retired Kentucky bas- ketball coach, driving through the hills of Kentucky, stopped at a general store to make a purchase Scrawling his name on a check and then pointing to the signature, asked the storekeeper, "do you know who that The old man sleepily looked at Rupp and drawled, "well I was hopin' it was you Has the Lethbridge rugby team mellowed with age? Last year it was the Barbarians, now it's the Miners President of the club this year is Bob Baunton while next in command is Roger Marsh other executive members include Doug Mundell, Willie Birrell and Paul Carter The charter flights to sporting events that have been offered to south Alhertans over the past two years seem to be catching on Celtic, the Scottish League soccer team, will be supported by more than 200 Canadian fans from Toronto in today's game with Hibernian The Canadian fans paid ?180 each for the trip I'll liave to talk to my friends at Arf Williams Travel and see if something can't be arranged to travel to Ireland for the 1972 hurling championships If the selection of Ken Dryden, as the National Hockey League rookie-of-the-year, surprised you because he played in last year's playoffs, it has no affect on his winning the Calder Cup Dryden played in only six regular season games and thus was eligible One thing that did surprise me was 1hat Guy LeFleur, Di-yden's Montreal Canadien teammate, didn't draw one vote for rookie honors LeFleur, you'll re- member, was the first draft choice last spring. Bob Wilson of Cardslon will be Ihe classiest cow- boy in any parade this summer, should he decide to dress up Wilson was the winner of a pair of silver spurs at the Silver Buckle Rodeo in Innisfail recently He won the calf roping in a time of 10 seconds flat and placed in both steer wrestling and bull rid- ing The gals of Henderson Lake Golf Club have a full day of activity planned for Sunday Nine holes of golf will be followed by a lunch and prizes Wednesday the gals have a banquet and at the same time will see the posting of the league teams for the coming year I didn't realize it but the New York Rangers lay claim to having their players win tlie Lady Byng Trophy more times than any other team in the NHL A member of the Rangers has won tlie most gentlemanly player award 13 times They didn't show it Thursday evening and it may be a good sign if they intend to upend the Bruins in the Stanley Cup final It was in- teresting to note that Johnny McKenzie called the New York fans animals I can't imagine what, he would call the Boston fans were he playing for New York Waller Tkaciuk has been outstanding for the Rangers, especially in checking Phil Esposito Tlie Ranger centre has managed to handle Esposito quite well despite the presence of Esposito's bodyguards Wayne Cashman and Ken Hodge. ANDY CAPP SW4DDUP.' PEOPLE 'AVE FEELIN'5, VKNOW.' about 10 games experience (on defence) In pro hockey. "The man I'd normally drop back in a case like thai would be Stewart But he's Francis was 5tiU pondering what aclion to take if Neilson Is unable to dress Sunday. He has several possibilities to consider, none o[ which leaves him with a glowing cense of security. He has Gary Doak, who dressed as the fifth defenceman in the first games at Boston but whose chippy p e n a 111 e proved costly lo the Rangers. He has Jim Dorey, a young veteran who played but ono game after being acquired from Toronto Maple Leafs in Febru. ary before suffering a dislo- cated shoulder. Doctors would prefer lhal Dorey give tha shoulder more time to mend. Lakers near NBA title NEW YORK (AP) _ "If New York had von, everybody would have been talking about what a great game Bill Bradley said Gail Goodrich o! Los Angeles Lakers. "But they he said, pausing to savor the moment, then adding: "We did." And by beating the Knlckj 1116-111 in overtime Friday night in Madison Square Garden, the Lakers, long frustrated trying for supremacy in the National LJaskclbaJI Association, moved within a step of finally wearing (he crown that has slipped from Iheir grasp since 1954. That was the year they last won the championship only back then they were known as Minneapolis Lakers. In 1960 they moved to Los Angeles. Seven time since then they have made It to the finals. And seven times they have been thwarted, the last time in 1970 by the Knlcks. by GARY KIRK i KIRK'S TIRB SALUS LTD. Do you realizs thai In I I Joif 16 yeori orcly two fecmi I based IQ. Ihe U.S. won I Ihe Stanley Cup? Chi-I cago won in 1961 and Boi. Ion in 1970 and in evsry I 1 year txcppf Ihose Iwo, from through 1971 either Toronto or Montreal took lha I Here's o surprising fact I about the Kentucky Derby that most people aren't aware of Most peopla I think that a horse hai to ba good to run in the but, on the contrary, ANY 3- I year old horse can be enter- ed provided his owner has I paid tho necessary entry feej, 01 I Allhougli most boscball fans know that Ty Cobb hoi Ihe highest lifetime batting average in baseball Hillary, I al .367, few fans know who slands as ihe second greatest I hiJ'er of all lime The I player who hos ihs second highest lifetime average is Rogers Hornsby He fin- ished with o mark of .358. I bef you didn't know that I Kirlc't has just rolled In a I Icorlond of Uniroya! Fastrak 4-Ply Polyester Tires created I especially For flie family iff- o lot of (earing around See our ad on Pago 9 for ail the details! 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