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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TH8 lETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurtday, Mov 7. 1970 NOT THIS TIME Jerome Mzarek of the Weyburn Red Wings got real. Mzarek didn't have that much success' againsl the Junior Habs all his glove on this shot by Scott MacPhail of the Montreal Junior Canadiens the time as they scored nine times for a 9-4 win in Ihe first game of a Wednesday evening as the Memorial Cup final got under way in Mont- best-of-seven final. "It's All Ours Says Ken Hodge The Smell Of Money Getting To Bruins BOSTON (AP) "We can smell the money and Sunday it's all said Ken Hodge as IK looked forward to the monetary rewards due Stanley Cup champions. The Boston Bruins' right winger and Ms team-mates are confident they can defeat St. Louis Blues in the third game of the best-of-seven cup final to- night and wrap up the series a victory in Sunday after- noon's fourth game. "The guys are really hun- said supsrstar defence- man Bobby Orr. "No one on this team has ever won the cup and it's more exciting with each game in this series." The Bruins, who last won the cup in 1941, have reason to be confident after routing the Blues KEGoodrich Get 'em while they last 4-ply Nylon Custom Long Miler SIZE: F-7Sxl4 (7.75x14) BLACKWALL Here's why the Custom Long Wiler carries a Lifetime Quality and Road Hazard Guarantee: 4-ply Dupont nylon-protects tire, delivers top mileageforan economy tire; Quiet, anti-squeal rubber time-proven design you saw on new cars just a few models ago; Specially designed easier steering, better con- trol; Smart design- to make your car look like new, ride like new. Stop in now and snap on a set of Custom Long Milers. We've got most sizes in stock. But you'd better hurry. Another "Century Two" value from B.F.Goodrich See 3F Goodrich Tire Men 6-1 and 6-2 in the first two games at St. Louis. "I bad great respect for that club and I still said Bos- ton coach Harry Sinden. "But I never thought for a second, even when I was dreaming about winning everything, that t would be this easy." Rightwinger Eddie WestfaU, who suffered a slight back in- jury in Tuesday night's 6-2 rotflp, added; "All we have to do is play as we did Tuesday." Westfall, who suffered the in- iury during the second period Bobby Hull Not Ready To Retire PICTON, Ont. (CP) Bobby Hull, staf left winger for Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League, says "I'll play hockey as long as I can and it doesn't much matter Where." Hull, at his father's farm near lere, was commenting on re- norts that he might be traded >y the Hawks. "After 13 years, if they want o jack me around like this, it's their he said. Trade talk began after1 Boston Bruins dumped Chicago in four straight games in the Stanley Cuo semi-finals. General Manager Tommy :van of the Hawks said at the time: I can't make any comment, s the report about Bobby Hull arfetched? Well, nothing is far- etched today." Said Hull of the Ivan remark; "I don't know why he said it. guess that's the kind of guy he is." Hull said Chicago had a good rear, coming from last place to irst, because "we happened to come up with a bunch of guys vho got along real well. We had good spirit." "If I had a he said, 'I'd stay in Chicago. "But that's only because we own our home there and there's a lot of stuff in the basement I'd lave to dig up if we moved." BAKER AND FITCH TIRE LTD. TABER COMPLETE CAR TRUCK TRACTOR TIRE SERVICE UNION 76 MAYOR MAGRATH SERVICE 422 Mayor Magrath Drive TUNE UP SPECIALISTS WHEEL BALANCE COMPLETE CAR AND TIRE SERVICE IMPERIAL MOTORS TIRE SERVICE Located in Downtown Lelhbridge Nexf to Gait Gardens WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCING SPECIALISTS Tuesday night whsn Blues def enceman Bob Plager took hill into the boards, said he expects his back will be sore tonight. "Play Thursday? This is toi good to he said. Said centre Derek Sandersoi cf Ms line with Wesffall an Wayne Carleton: "We're realr, playing hockey now. In the firs series, I was too busy fighting In the second series, I was tot busy worrying about Bobby Hull. Now we're playing hockey." Sanderson was thrown out o the third game of the quarter-fi- nal series against New York Rangers for his par.t in the fights, and in the semi-fina against Chicago Black Hawks, he and WestfaU drew the task a checking the high-scoring Hull, DIFFERENT STORY But Tuesday night, Weslfail and Sanderson each scored two goals to prove they can be a dangerous scoring line as wel" as strong checkers. And Orr, who got the Bobby Hull treatment from the Blues left wingers, eluded his shadows Tuesday to join centre Phil Es- posito in setting scoring rec- ords. "There was no waiy they coulc contain said Westfall "I don't care what they try. He's too good to be held down He skates too fast and well for any one man or even two to check him. And he knew wha to do to get one or two of us loose when they tried it." Orr's assists Tuesday gave Mm a total of 18 scoring points a record by a defenceman in erne playoff year. Esposito's two assists gave Mm a total of 23 points, also .a record by a player In one playoff year. Both records are likely to grow tonight, and the Bruins could set another mark with most consecutive victories in one playoff year. Their Tuesday win tied them with the record of eight consec- utive victories first set by Mont- real Canadiens in 1944. The Blues' goalie Jacques Plante, who suffered a concus- sion when struck by a puck in the first game last Sunday, was still in a St. Louis hospital Wednesday and Glenn Hall, the beam's ether veteran netminder, was nursing a bruised hand. Canadiens Edge Closer To Second Junior Title SWEATERS BLOUSES LOUNGE WEAR WE GIFT WRAP FREE OF CHARGE LINGERIE GLOVES SCARVES OPiN TONITE TILL 9 P.M. Marg Ingle's PRIMROSE SHOP 313 6ih St. S. Phono 327-2244 MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Junior Canadiens are one step closer to winning their sec- ond consecutive Memorial Cup. The defending national junior hockey champions coasted to an easy 94 win over Weyburn Red Wings before fans Wednes- day niglrt to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven'final seies. Left winger Richard Martin was the big gun, firing four goals, two in each of the second and third periods. "If it's not Perreault it's an- other said Stan Dunn, coach of the Bed Wings, follow- ing Martin's performance. He was referring to Gilbert Perreault, Montreal team cap- tain, held to two assists in the game but generally considered the country's number one draft choice by National Hockey League scouts. ERUPT IN SECOND After a first period that endet in a 1-1 lie, the Canadiens jumped to a 5-2 lead after 40 minutes. "We got shellshocked and started t h r o i n g the puck said the coach of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League champions, explaining his team's letdown in the secow period. Dunn remained convince! Red Wings won't be swept out the final. "I think we'll take a he said, adding that his team needs "just a bit more hustle." In the Montreal dressing room, most Oanadiens rated the Red Wings the best team they have faced since they elimi- nated Toronto Marlboros to the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A title. CHECKING STRONG Coach Roger Bedard sale "they're playing the man" six noted the effective forechecktng employed by the visitors in the opening period. He was especially impressed by Weyburn defenceman 'Steve Carlyle, a member of the now disbanded Canadian national team that visited Moscow last summer. "A good car- ries the puck very Be- dard said. Montreal goaltender Wayne Wood said the Red Wings "are the best forechecking team we've come up against all year." But at least two team- mates, Martin and Normand Grattan, predicted their team would sweep the series in four games. In addition to Martin's four goals, Canadiens got singles from Paulin Bordeleau, Claude Moreau, Bobby Lalonde, Serge Lajeunesse and Pierre Brind'Amour with Grattan add- ing four assists. WINGS OUTSHOT Larry Giroux, Gary Leippi, Oarlyle and Bob Gerrard scored for the Red Wings, outshot 4ft-37 despite holding a 20-12 shooting edge in the first -period. Martin scored one power-play in the second period and another in the third when Wey- burn was two men short, Gi- roux' first period goal was a power-play effort while Ger- rard's goal late in the third pe- ricd came with his team a main short. Referee Bob Nadin called nine penalties, six lo Weyburn, three of them to Alrin Wawro. Jerome Mzarek went the disl- aticc in goal for Weyburn while Wood played the full 60 minutes for Montreal. Dunn said Mzarek likely will play the second game Friday night. The third game is scheduled Sunday night. Dates for the re- maining -games are not yet fixed. All will be played in Montreal. Chamberlain Breaks Loose (Bowling 1 Highs CAfHI BOWL WEDNESDAY AFT5RNOOH Carol Hall 293; Masa Goshinmon 369 Faye Urano 38! Malcomson 272; Gwen Edwards 7.65; 265; Florence Rellingson 253; Sandy Shlgehiro 251; Beth Hing 230; Verm Volden 229; Doreen Wilson 22B. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Ken Malcomson Frank Gorda 26fl; Ron senda 261; Ken Mas- son 244; Alex Szekely 243; Fred Mo gus 248; DIanne Slndllnger 547; Jean Vtatchett 234; Madeline Szekely 231; lys Armour 229; Helen Gepnerls 221. Classic Triples (4 games) Marg Smith 395 JMn Chris- tie 361 Bea Salmon 320 Dennis Smith 312 Bert Mezel 299 Abe Enns 298 Sam Glrardl 322 BUI Koskoskl 27S Jock Mulgrew 319 Al Smith 291 Ken Maleomson 306 VASA LODGE Joyce Berry 243; Doris Johnson 254; Dick Anderson 264; Bob Hansen 222; Verh Cederbsrg 210; Dave Hegland 205; Arvld Oseen 202; Clare Holth! 200; Jim Berry 213. No Comeback For Hogan HOUSTON (AP) -The im- TOsing figure of Ben Hogan, the mmortal Texas hawk who clorn- Jiated another' era of' golf, oomcd over the slimmed-down field set for today's first round of the Houston Champions Inter- national. But the ailing stylist who has not played competitively in al- most three years denies is ilanning any major comeback. Hogan has not played since the 1967 U.S. Open. He has had a shoulder operation since then and now is suffering from an ild injury to his left knee. But his appearance gave a major boost to the tournament that is lacking niaiiy of golf's greatest n.-.nics. LOS ANGELES (AP) Wilt Chamberlain broke loose in the absence of New York's Willis Reed to score 45 points and lead Los Angeles Lakers to a 135-113 victory Wednesday night, squar- ing their National Basketball Association playoff at three games apiece. The series returns to New York's Madison Square Garden for the deciding battle on Fri- day night. Reed, the NBA's most valua- ble player, missed action be- cause of strained hip muscles, an injury suffered in the fifth game. The Lakers built a 36-16 first- quarter lead when rookie Dick Garrett Mt seven field goals in as many tries to lead the at- tack. In the final quarter the Knicks managed to cut the lead at one stage to 13 couldn't match their comeback of Monday night when they rallied to win 107-100. Chamberlain scored 24 points in the first half and added 17 In the third quarter and four in the final session before leaving the game with remaining; In addition to his biggest point production of the playoffs, 7-foot-l veteran grabbed 27 re- bounds. Jerry West scored 33 points and had 13 assists while his run- ning mate at guard, Garrett, scored Id. Dave DeBusschere tallied 23 to lead the Knicks before being forced out of action with a cut OB bis heel in the final period. Cazzie Russell scored 23 for New York. Meanwhile, Indiana Pacers defeated Kentucky Colonels 116-103 Wednesday night to cap. ture the American Basketball best-of-seven playoff finals four games to one. The Pacers will meet die whv ner of the Western Division playoff for Hie ABA title. Los Angeles leads Denver 3-1 in the West, with their next game scheduled Saturday. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE till W Baltimore.....16 14 13 13 14 Detroit Boston Washington New York Cleveland West 15 12 Pet. .667 .409 .565 .520 .519 .39] .65! Mi .462 .4St .333 Minnesota California Oakland ........_ Chicago.......11 Kansas City 8 Milwaukee 6 TODAY'S GAMES New York Petersen 3-2 at Oakland Fingers 1-0 N Washington Coleman 1-2 at Cailfor- nla Murphy i-2 N Boston Gulp 2-3 at Milwaukee Krausse 2-5 N Minnesota Perry 4-1 it Detroit Nil- ro 3-1 N Kansas City Morehead 1- et Balti- more Cuellar 3-2 N Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City m too 9 Baltimore BIO DM 3 T 1 Butler Drabowskv (8) and Red- McNally Rlcnert m and Elchebarren. ipjola OM ooo 970 Detroit 309 Ml 5 I I Bcswell Barber (7) and Mit- Cain (1-1) and Freehan. HRs: New York mg lit 7 II 1 Oakland .006 120 I 1 Stottiemvre Hamilton Aker (9) and Munson; Downing Grant Rodriguez Sequ) (9) and Dun- can. HRs: Monday Washington in HO t t 1 MO ijx_ 4 9 A Cox, Knowics (0-1) (I) end Casan- ova; May, Fisher (2-0) (I) and Aicue. HRs: Relchardt Cleveland m 1W-1 1 Chicago "M OM 4 1 McDowell (3-3) and Fosse; Horlen [4-2) and Joseohson, Herrmann Hopkins HR: Reston OM IM 110-3 I I Milwaukee tM 3M 41 0 Peters, Phillips (0-1) (8) and Moses; Bolin (1-2) Gelnar (9) and McNertney. HRs: Cmlgllaro Yasln. imskl Kuclak NATIONAL LEAGUE East Chicago New York 13 13 Philadelphia 13 St. Louis 10 Pittsburgh 11 Montreal 6 West 21 Cincinnati Atlanta Los Angeles San Francisco Houston ........_ San Diego .....1C 13 13 12 .591 12 .520 12 .520 12 .455 I .771 11 .577 12 .520 7 14 .481 8 15 .444 9 17 .370 11 TODAY'S CAME] Cincinnati McGlothln 2-2 at Chicago Hollzman 3-3 San Francisco Perry J-J at Montreal Morion 2-0 N Los Angeles Foster M at New York Sadeckl 0-0 N San Diego Corklnj 0-3 at Philadel- phia Short 2-3 N Pittsburgh Veala J-S at Houston Wil- son 0-0 N Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'! RESULTS San Dlege at 000 10 I Philadelphia IM 010 t 1 Klrby (8) and Cannl- naro; Sunning, Selma (2-1) Hoer- ner (9) and Compton, Bates HRs: San D-Colberf Pittsburgh M> Me MO- I 1. I Atlanta 200 C21 349 Ellis (2-2) Giusti (6) and Sangull- lent NItkro (3-4) and Dldier. HR: All lie Angeles Ml 000 Ml- 4 11 1 New York 210 200 Sutton Moeller Pascuai Pena (8) and Sudakis; Seaver Taylor (9) and' Dyer. HRs: Siiemore Crawford San Francisco at Montreal, ppd., wei grounds. HOCKEY SCORES Menwial cut Montreal 9, Weyburn 4 First game besl of seven Una! Calder Cup Buffalo A, Springfield 3 First oame best of seven final PRO BASKETMLL ABA Eastern DIvtslM Indiana 117, Kentucky 13. Indiana wins best-of-seven final 4-1. NBA New York 113, Los Angeles, 101 Best-of-seven final tied 3-3. FARM SPECIAL! 18.4x34-6 PLY REAR TRACTOR TIRES Each APPOINTMENT with to thai JOHN BURLA Hui appointed at our SERVICE MANAGER John hoi bun in buiintu in for ovtr 30 ytfira and is well qualified lo allii) you with of your SM hirn ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETf TIRE SALES SERVICE o, J27 ;