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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 8, 1970 HOGAN COVERS Ben Hogan, from Fort Worth, covers up offer an iron shot our of trees on the sixth approach hit a tree and ricocheted. Instead of coming back at Hogan it ended up in the middle of the fairway. Hogan is playing his first tournament golf in over two years. He wears a brace on his weak leg and does limp, but he finished the first round of the Houston Champions International with an even par 71. Hogan Trails By Two Strokes HOUSTON (AP) He carce stumping down the fairway on once-shattered legs, limping badly on an injured left knee, the familiar white cap a sign- post out of the past. Ben Hogan was back, briefly, perhaps, but back at competi- itve golf. And the fabled Texas Hawk who dominated another era of golf received an ovation at every green from the gallery that came to study the moves of the master who won 10 major championships, including four United States open titles. He responded with a par 71, a highly respectable score on the treacherous Champions Golf Club course, and trailed leader Deane Beman by just three strokes going into today's sec- ond round of the Hous- ton champions international in- vitational golf tournament. It was the first competitive appearance in almost three years for the man who swept three major U.S. and British Opens and the 1953. "I must admit I was a little said Hogan, long re- puted to have nerves to match his steel-gray eyes. But he made same putts when he had woes forced him into a semi-retirement several years really had trouble only on the sixth hole, on which he went two over par. The 32-year-old Beman, wh had an outstanding amateur record before turning profes sional only three years ago ilayed early in the day, postec As 68, then sat back am watched it stamd up for flii lead. He held a one-stroke margin over Gibby Gilbert, who hac only the marshals as a gallery Australian Bruce Crampton anress was best displayed in th hird period when Dere Sanderson raced into the Blues after a loose puck whi] the Bruins were a man short. Sanderson easily reached th puck at the side of the Blues ;pal and just stood waiting fo his team-mates to join him. The Blues scored the openin goal, their 18th power play goa f the playoffs. Centre Frank St. Marseill carried the puck into the Bosto one and moved to the right o goaltender Gerry Cheevers in attempt to get around def inceman Bobby Orr. Orr hooked the puck away iut team-mate Dallas Smith ac identally knocked it behinc Cheevers. The Bruins dominated th lay from there on .and had the goal scored before the Jid of the period. Johnny Bucyk collected the ruins' 14th powerplay of tht layoffs to tie the game and IcKenzie scored the winner. Bucyk's goal came after Hal srawled on the goal crease to ap a hard shot from Phil Es KJsito and the puck dancei nose as Bucyk swooped in anc toed it into the net. McKenzie broke in from the glit wing, took a perfect pass Fred Stanfield ant hipped the puck over Hall's milder. Win up to EXPORT CIGARETTETOBACCO To you must qualify under tulcs appealing on certificate. Vorin Rauhaus Loses Fingers VANCOUVER (CP) Norm former end and de- 'ensive back with Winnipeg 3Iue Bombers, said Thursday re has signed as assistant foot- jail coach at University of Bri- Columbia minus three fin- ders. "I was working on a power saw at work last Monday when my left hand slipped and the saw sliced through three fin- said Rauhaus, Rauhaus, who played 12 sea- sons with the Winnipeg club be- ore retiring in 1967, said he vill be an assistant to head coach Frank Gmip at UBC tarturg this fall. "My hand's all right and tiere are no complications, ust some missing fingers. An almost identical shot from the left wing beat Hall for the Bruins third goal and Cashman, who scored it, got his second of the night by picking up the puck behind the St. Louis net, coming around to the fi'ont and banging it several times before getting it over Hall. Hall, who did not play in tlie first two games of the series, worked despite an infected hand. "Glenn volunteered to said Blues' coach Scotty Bow- man. "He likes to play on the road and especially in Boston.1 And I've never seen him play better. He made tlie game." Bowman made several changes in his lineup. With vet- eran Al Arbour and Bill Mc- Creary sidelined with injuries, Norm Dennis and Ron Ander- son, who have seen little playoff action, took their places. "I wanted to play Anderson ANDY CAPP 000. ME MOUTH FEELS wry -FETCH AS BEER.FUO 6'YERWANT ITRISHT j bEAR? JUST ANY THE NEXT THREE SECONDS.' President Gives Warning e Brewing Storm AMSTERDAM (AP) Avei 3rundage, the American pres dent of the International Olyi lie Committee, today warne vinter sports athletes and fan that he has "an atomic bomb eady to explode next week. Skiing and hockey will be th ubject of an announcement, h ndicated. Brundage has wage a running fight for many year ver increasing commercialis] m Olympic sport. His words today left man rersons wondering whether th OC at its meeting here nes week will get around to fccidin n the sites for the 1976 Sum let1 and Winter Olympics. Vo ing on both sites is schedule or Tuesday night. Montreal, Los Angeles an Moscow are bidding for th 1 u m m e r Games. Garibald :.C., Denver, Colo., Tampere 'inland, and Sion, Switzerland re trying for the White ames. "I've got an atomic boml eady to explode next weel bout amateurism in alpin ding and ice Brun age said in an Interview. "There are men bragging rout making to year from alpine skiing while ill claiming to be e said. "How can they be ama Brundage said the Interna onal Ski Federation had m, lot of noise in the newspaper terviews "but the IOC has eard nothing officially frorc em." The.IOC president has had a mining fight with the alpine ski Dsses over commercialism in at sport. At the Winter Games Grenoble, France, in 1968. ws broke out over skiers hav- WE'RE OPEN 24 Hours A Day Everyday! ALL YOU NEED TO SMBIGONE INCLUDING: Fishing Licences Live Bait Etc., Etc. Bs sura to Check Our Selection of Stereo Tapes. Ws have ons of (he largest dis- play; in Southern Aibefta. MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Man., Fri, f ing tlie names of manufacturers on skis. Brundage warned: "It is pos- sible that tlie site for the Winter Games may not be decided here because of these problems. We shall have to wait and see." Hockey, too, is under an Olympic cloud because of a Ca- nadian-initiated move to allow professionals to play hi the world championships. "Another question that will come up is a move to expel tlie South African National Olympic Brundage said. "The Supreme Council for Af- rican Sport is going to spell out its case against South Africa. The South Africans will reply and then a vote will be taken." The South Africans have been barred from competing in the last two Olympics. But the na- tional committee still is recog- nized. and Bowman said "They've been working out fo the last couple of weeks am they deserve a chance to play, also wanted to get some bigger men in there." Defencemen Ray Forlin and Billy Plager also got more ici time with1 Arbour and Barclay Plager out with injuries. Barclay Plager, oldest of the defencemen brothers, suffered a rib separation in tlie first game of tlie series and Arbour is stil nursing a shoulder injury suf- fered ill tlie quarter-finals. Bowman continued assigning Cheevers Was Easy BOSTON (CP) Boston Bruins defenceman Dallas Smith took a good-natured razzing from his team mates Thursday night after he scored the only St. Louis goal in Bruins' 4-1 victory in the third game of the Stan- ley Cup final. Smith tried to clear a loose puck but poked it be- hind Bruins goaltender Gerry Cheevers. "Dallas said he couldn't understand all the talk about how tough Cheevers is in cracked Boston coach Hairy Sinden. "He said he found him pretty easy." his left wingers to shadow Orr, the high scoring defenceman whose spectacular rushes start many cf the Boston scoring plays. Jim Roberts again was the most conspicuous of the Orr shadows and took the end of Orr's slick in his ribs and an elbow in the face at least once. Most of the time, Roberts or left winger Tim Ecclestone were l.ard pressed to keep up with tlie speedy Orr and his end-to-ehd rushes were as evi- dent as ever. The Bruins' victory was their ninth straight in this year's playoffs and broke the record of e'glit, first established by Mont- real Canadiens in 1M4. It was tlie 12th game of the ilayoffs for Cheeyers and his llth victory. Esposito, who assisted on Bu- cyk's goal and both of Cash- man's, pushed his playoff-lead- ing total to 26 points, also a rec- ord. Sunday's game will be tele- vised nationally by the CBC be- ginning at 11 a.m. MST. BOSTON 4 ST. LOlTi I First Period 1. St. Louis, St. Mar- seille 6 1. Boston, Bucyk 10 lEs- osito, Staniield) 3. Boston, Mc- Kenzie 5 {Stanfield, Orr) Penni- es Awrey McKenzie Roberts, Berenson, Cashman Second Period No scoring. Pen- Hies Anderson Awrey it. Marseille Dennis, Fortin, Cash- nan, Hodge R. Smith Third Period 4. Boston, Cashman (Hodcjc, Esposllo) 5. Boston, ashman 5 (Hodne, Esposito) enalty Awrey Shois on goal by I. Louis.......'.. n oslon 10 17 Attendance K835. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Top Team Adds To League Lead Par'sons jumped into a four- point lead atop the Lakeside "olf League standings Thurs- day night. Parsons -have picked up total of 15 points after two nights of action while the South- ern Alberta Co-op, Pahuljes and Owens are deadlocked for second, each with 11 points. Gordon Laurie of the South- ern Alberta Co-op and Sonny Slavich of Dorigattis shared he low gross honors as each oured the outside nine in 38. Mac Crumbley took the low net as the Southern Alberta Co-op golfer had a 33. Southern Alberta Co-op and CHEC tied for the low team let, each team having a total if 150. Comprising the Co-op team, lesides Laurie and Crumley, ire Fred Turner and Elmer Reynolds while making up the CHEC team are Harry Black- er, Bruce McKenzie, Pete Turn- ull and Doug Roadhouse. At the Country Club Golf Thursday, Lilydale took seven points from Hepps to move to within one point of co- leaders B and R Men's Wear and Beny's. B R and Beny's each have 12 points while Lilydale shares second place with Eaton's at 11 points. Jim Freel Jr. of B and R Men's Wear took the low gross with a 36 while the low net honors went to Al Haysom of Beny's who had a 32. LAKESIDE Parsons Soulh Alia. Co-OD AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroil Boslon New York .583 .542 .536 .500 .391 .6S7 .640 .458 .444 .320 .159 loy Leo Singers Safeways Basledos CHEC Dorigattis Fraches nings ...t........... Kimuras Boise Cascade......... Walkers A and VI Herald.......... COUNTRY CLUB B and R Men's Wear Beny's............... Batons Lilydale Leth. Office Furniture Jorigattis rollesfrups Packers CHEC 'arsons Atlas Astros........... Hepps Minnesota 16 8 California.....16 9 Chicago 13 Oakland 12 15 Kansas CHy e 17 Milwaukee 7 20 TODAY'S GAMES Boston Romo 2-0 at Oakland Dobson 1-4 N New York Cumberland 1-1 at Cali- fornia Wright 3-2 fj Kansas City Johnson 0-0 at Detroit Kilkenny 2-0 N Minnesota Kaat X-l at Cleveland Moore 3-1 N Chicago JaneskI 2-1 at Baltimore Palmer 3-2 N Only games scheduled. THURSDAY'S RESULTS 'tansas City TOO III i II laltimore 300 010 10 Morehead, Drabowsky (7) and Rodriguez; Cuellar, Hardin Loner Hall Watt (1-0) (8) and Hcn- drlcks. HRs: Bait-Powell (8) Robin- sen Boston mo ooi 7 i Milwaukee 100 000 S 4 2 Cuip Lylc (8) and Moses; Krausse Gelnar (8) and Roof. HR: Mil-Walton Minnesota 311 GOO 9 13 Detroil OCO 100 6 9 I Perry Perranosk! (7) and Rat- lltf, MItterwald Niekro HII- ler Robertson Scherman Tlmmerman (9) and Freehan. HRs: Killebrew Freehan Washington 009 m 0 t 0 California 040 040 8 13 1 Coleman Shelienback Such Hannah (8) and Roseboro; Mur- ohy (4-2) and Aicue. NSW York 100 100 Oakland 10e oil 3 10 0 Peterson McDaniel (8) and Sibbs; Fingers Roland Lind- blad segul (9) and Duncan. HRs: 2 BASEBALL pacific coast Spokane 1 Phoenix 4 Tacoma 6 Tucson 8 at Sale Lake, ppd. Eugene 5 Hawaii 4 International Buffalo 1-0 Louisville 4-8 Columbus 9 Toledo 4 Richmond 15 Syracuse I Tidewater 7 Rochester 13 HOCKEY SCORES Stanley Cup Boston 4, St. Louis 1 Boston leads best of seven final 3-0 Western Canada "lln Flon 4, Edmonton 3 Flin Flon leads best of seven final 3-0 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Chicago New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Montreal L Pet. GBL 13 10 .565 13 13 .500 m 13 13 .500 IVa 12 14 .441 10 12 .455 Vh 7 16 .304 A West Cincinnati.....22 6 .786 Atlanta....... 15 11 .577 6 Lcs Angeles U 12 .538 7 San Francisco ..13 15 .464 9 Houston .......12 16 10 San Diego.....11 17 .393 11 TODAY'S GAMES Son Diego Corklns 0-3 and Saniorlnl 1-4 at Montreal Renko 1-3 and Was- jewski 0-1 2 San Francisco 0-0 at New York Gentry 3-0 N Los AngelEs Osteen 3-3 at Philadel- phia Fryman 2-0 N Cincinnati Merritt 6-1 at Chicago Holtman 3-3 Pittsburgh Blass 2-3 at Houston Grit- fin 1-4 N St. Louis Gibson 2-1 at Atlanta Jar- Is 3-2 K THURSDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 110 200 15 I Philadelphia ooo 010 t 9 Dobson (3-3) Herbel .and Barton; Short (2-d) Palmer (2) Wilson (6) Sel- ma (fi> and Bates. HRs; 2 Huntz Cincinnati 1W 001 3 11 I Chicago .001 000 5 1 McGiothlin (3-2) Carroll (9) and Bench; Decker (M) Abernafhy (7) Regan (8) and Martin. HR: Cin-r-Car- bo San Francisco 120 TIO 11 Montreal .301 361 T5 I Perry Bryant Limy Reberger McCormick (8) and Dietz; Morton (3-0) and Raymond and Hiaif. HRs: Fairley Jones .os Angeles 000 000 1Z 1 New York 100 000 030 4 S 1 Foster, Brewer Lamb (9) md Tcrborg; Sadecki, McGraw Cardwell Kooncc McAndrew 1-3) (9) and Dyer. LA-Parkar 'iltsburgh 401 100 9 12 1 Houston 200 lot i i Veale, Dal Canton Walker Giusti (B) and May; Wilson, Cook Bouton (2-3) DiLauro ladding (8) -and Edwards, Martinet Watson HRs: Robertson (41. LAYOFF LEADERS isposito. Bos rr, Bos ucyk. Bos McKenzie, Bos tanlield. Bos McDonald, S1L joyelte, StL eenan, StL odge. Bos 0 A Ptl 12 14 26 1 11 4 12 9 12 Raee Results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Careless Sun (Morris) 7.90 3.00 2.50, ark resulls Thursday: First claiming, 4-year-olds and up, turlonos Grin Tin Tin (Coombs) 12.30 6.80 60. Berngale (Barll) 7.00 4.50, Ryslo gillingsley) Tims: 2-5 Playficld, Simalo, Left Count, Dale's Is take, Triple Banner also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-oldi, 5 fur- gs irtore Money (Combs; 4.M 3.00 2.40, eel Hatler (BHIingsley) 3.90 D'Reaburn (Barroby) 2.50. Time: 3-5 Rubella, Censworln, Helration, Jeans oldie, Hopes Imaqe also ran. A1LY DOUBLE: Third 3-year-olds, 3 furlongs Grey Knight (Barroby) 3.20 2.70 2.60, erry Astro (Stsdnyk) 3.90 3.30, Tally y (Coombs) 7.10. Tims: :35 1-5 Go Show, Flying clem, Seaqulll, Tafate For Tony, Plenttus also ran. Fourth claiming, and 6V; furlongs Chuckle On (Hedge) Brown Tuque (Shields) 5.10 3.30, War 2.60. Time: 1-5 Klondike Quill, Short Circuit, Shar- on's Rigal Hawk, Harlfcrd also ran. Fifth si.409 claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Ferment (Whittle) 3.50 3.80 2.30, Duchess Nan (Hedge) 6.80 3.70, Sharp Rcniy (Norrls) 3.00. Time: 2-S Miffed, 'Sister City, Home James, Prince's Lanl. wild Toots also ran. EXAC10R; Sixth Ji.BM claiming, 4-yoar-old3 and up, 5 furlongs Cash Deposit (Combs) 2.60 2.30, Little Gypsy (Hedge) 2.70. Time: :59 3-5 Raider Boy, Jasper Park, Free Ground, whlriagale also ran. Seventh handicap, 4-year-oldi and up, 5 furlongs Kcol Copy (Parsons) 3.00 2.20, Obaro's Babe (Combs) 4.30 2.40, Can- gai (Giesbrecht) 2.30. Time: :59 Dark Stars Girl, Graceful Lar's Theme eiso ran, Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs Mr. Marsh (Parsons) 4.23 3.50 7.60, Wolf's Go Go (Shields) fi.90 4.60, Ken Kal (Glesbrecht) 3.20. 1-5 Foxy Bud, Be There John, Tetralass, Magic Cort, Sharonita also ran. GUI NELL A; First Black I Head Coach HAJIPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) Allan Webb, 37, former back with New York Giants, became the first black hesd coach in professional football history Thursday when he was elevated to the post by Long Islands Bulls of the Atlantic Coast Foot- ball league. Thsre four black coaches in the National Football League. FAMOUS FLEETWOOD Full 4 Ply 7.75x14 Whilewall PRICED AT ONLY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 4to lit Av-.. SoWh ;