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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDC-E HCRAIO Mondoy, May B, 1972----- v- M ORVAL GOES OVER Orval (he daredevil clown thrilled a gathering of some stock car fans Sunday at Exhibition Speedway with his performance. Here he is shown as he leaves ihe ramp of his truck and clears a semi-trailer, landing an a pile of old cars. Orval was on hand as Ihe 1972 Soulhern Alberta Aulo Racers opened their season. (Ed Finlay Photo) Rangers' backs are to tlie wall Sunday's story Jolinson who called rne veteran goaltender's performance "great." While Johnston was perform- ing acrobatics against the Rangers, New York goalie Eddie Giacomin continued to NEW YORK (CP1 When Bobby Orr is going rigM he's very, vrry good. More limn 17.250 New York fans reluctiiiitly asreed Sunday afternoon when Orr pulled all the strings in steering Boston Bruins to a 3-2 vidory over tlie hometouii Rangers. The Bruins hold a .1-1 edge in the Stanley Cap final and will have home-ice advantage Tues- day night for the fifth game of the National Hockey League's best-of-seven final. Game time is p.m. JIDT. But it may have been a costly victory. Orr, named the league's most valuable player and out- standing dcfcnceman, stopped a no television coverage antl too show a weakness on close-in shots. On Orr's first goal and the short-handed score by Marcolte, the veteran goaltentler commit- ted the sin of going down lo cover Ihe shots. In both cases, Ihe players placed their drives high. Giacomin had no chance on Orr's second goal, a 30-foot blazer lhat caromed off one of the crowd of skates m front of the New York goal. Davidson picked up by Shaiv OTTAWA (CP) Despite a number of set-backs, including shot with his already-injured left knee early in Hie second period. The knee began to swell im- mediately. "I don't know whose shot it Orr said late in the dressing room. Someone later Identified Pelc Stemkouski as the Ranger pulled the trig- ger. "J v.-as just doing what a dcfenceman is suppr.-rd lo do. I got in front of sjid Orr. TWO QVICIi GOALS The young dcfcnceman, plagued by injuries to the same knee through most of the sea- son, wasn't hobbled by the ail- big leg in Ihe first period when he struck for quick goals and engaged Brad Park in a v.reslling m.ilcb. "IL was a misunderstanding." he said of the encounter, ex- plaining the two ''just rolled'1 and that "we didn't get in any punches." Park, who scored two goals in Lhe Rancors' 5-2 win here last Thursday, also shniacd Ihe in- i cident off as a "misundcr-j standing." While Orr carried the early little time to plr.n side attrac- tions, t h e Canadian AmEleur Hockey Association is convinced its new-look Memorial Cup Ca- nadian junior hockey playoffs opening here tonight will be a great success. 'I'm sure we are on Ihe right i said CAHA post-presi- dent Earl Dowson of'the three- game round-robin scries bring- ing together Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey Associa- ion Junior A series, Cornwall Royals of (he Quebec Junior League and Edmonton Oil Kings of tiie Western Canada League. Peterborough and Cornwall open the series tonight at fl p.m. EDMONTON (CP1 Ncrthlo 'ark race results Saturday FIRST albv.'ance. 3 year Social Chongc tLevine) 5.30 380 310. j 660 5 JO, V.ilh j Jamie's Brt New Kindly F. afbo ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year I 80. Theohrld (McCauley) J M, DU5I (Rycrcn) J 10 Iimo 35 till i Twil. Coppl Ta Dash. Table Junie Moon, Perlccl HOST 1990 i Vi Emperor IRycroh) Western Champ (Trojlc) [13 arid up, 'urioncs Bull Hunk 3 W, 3H S.'G. Time 1-5 Prince Lure. Mnht Srinp. I Richmond, Fealher's Inn, Shoe DAILY DOUBLE 577.30. EIGHTH nr.g, 4 year id up, 3.10, ;-s play, it w a s veteran Eddie Johnston w h o contributed the turning poinf. in the game uifh Sl.-CO, clai longs THIRD ning. 2 year olds, 3 fjr- Monkey Prxl (Arnold) li.10 493 3.00, CharleswoMhy (Stadnyk) 3.00 2 So. L'E5Ddr [Morris] 2.BO Ken j Hodge off for hooking Bill Fair- r h i e r. Money Charoer, Flynci Award, Love Vour Hcsl nlso ran. NINTH S1..5M claimirg, d year olds and Up, 7 furlnngs Pam'i De'igM fVcCaulcy) 7.50 3.70 2 70, Pay Your BUI (Billingsley) 7.70 i I 4-1, Auctioneer (Perry) S CO I Chuck'? On. Prince Fa'iv H r.-li, abo QUINELLA: 58.70 Trock Scra'ch.Buroandy bairn. Peter S t e m k o w s k i, who picked up assists on the two New York foals by Ted Irvine and Rod Soiling, hat] an open net to fire into with Johnston prone on the ice. Stemkowski made the right SI .700, allov FOURTH anca, 3 ye. NFL rejects olds, 5 fur. FIFTH no, year olds, 6' 7 sprawled figures in front of 12 him. Bui the Boston goallcnclcr. I N unbeaten in six post-season games this >car, rccmered lo i smother [ha shot. Orr, who set Marcolte up for Boston's third goil in the i second period with team-mate I Mike Walton off for stick-i Trn.c (-vhiitie) EAXCTOR SU.OO. SIXTH sl.iOQ, claiming, J-ye V'- lurk I MINNEAPOLIS. Minn, CAP) j The National Football League j is rejecting the national labor relations hoard's proposal on settling disputes players over artificial turf and certain fines. Max rtotcnbcrc, aoling direc- tor of [he regional office of the 1 said he expects to re- ceive Lhc written cxplan- Normnlly, he EDT. Tlie h'-o lop cluhs of the Dorics meet Sunday. May M for tho championsliip nf Canada. DavEon, who the CAHA Memorial Cup committee this year, is philosophical about nei- ther tiie CBC nor Lhe CTV tele- vision networks making serious bids to show the championship games. "They'll he coming to us next Dawson predicted in an interview Sunday. and his committee also had hoped to tie the play- offs into Ottawa's Tulip Festival and also pet help from city hall in promoting the Raines. "But we started too he said. TICKET SALES GOOD On the sunny side is the sell- out of the annual Memorial Cup luncheon scheduled Tuesday. Another bright spot is that ad- vance ticket sales loialled 5.000 for each of Lhc four games be- fore Lhc weekend when t h c CAHA began' Us advertising campaign, Dal Wilson of RcgiiYi, who has scouted for Montreal Canadicns of the National League for Ihan 20 }ears, picks Edmonton to win the honor. Wilson, a part Owner Of Re- i gina PalS Who last the final SCr- I ies in JLhe west to the Oil Kings, said ti.vJ Peterbor- ough play Lhc same type of hard-lii Lling hockey. Both also are able to protect a lead with close checking. Me gave the Kings an edge in goal- tending and in weight. The Oil Kings Sunday an- nounced from Edmonton that they were picking up goalie John Davidson oT Calgary Cen- tennials, named the outsanciing player in the Canada League this year. Their regular goalies are Lany Hendrick and Doug Soc- taert but general manager Bill Hunter said it would not be dc- There was some doubt as to who was victimized by the low drive before it eluded the Ranger goalie. Giacomin said he believed the shot "bounced off Walt but it was hard to fell." Ernilo Francis, Rangers gen- eral manager coach, credited Boston's checking game ivilh pulling off the first away vic- tory of the scries. "Their people in Ihe first two periods did a great job of block- Riva Ridge Impressive LOUISVILLE, It's beginning to look as thcniph the May 20 Preakjiess al B.iHi- more will an inlriisquad game among hovscs trained by Lucicn Lam'in. Cliick Lang, director of racing at Pimlico race course, said after S ;i I u r d ;i y 's Kentucky Derby lie expects three or loin- losers in LhaL race lo try Riva Ridge again in the second gem in (he Triple Crown. But only 24 hours later, it wasn't possible to find even one. In fact, the only trainer at Churchill Downs talking about going in tlie Preakncss was Lauriri, trainer of the Meadow Stable's wire-to-wire Derby win- ner. And he was talking about winch of his horses he might run against tlie star. "Sure, I plan to run Upper Case against him and I could put Roy Anderson's Spanish Kiddle in the race, said the former jockey from St. Paul de Joliette, Que. Upper Case, also owned by the Chenery family's Meadow Stable, wasn't nominated for the Derby, where supplemental aren't accepted. Spanish Riddle wasn't quite ready for Lhc H.'i- mile race. WILL PASS PREAKNESS But No Le Hace, J. R. Straus' stretch runner who finished 3U lengths behind Eiva Ridge on Saturday, will pass up the Preakncss as will third finisher Hold Your Peace. horse was just too Arnold Winick, trainer of Maribel Blum's Hold Your Peace, said. "Right now, I'm just going lo sit here a couple of days, then f'm going to lake a 10-day vaca- Winick said. "And horse is going to get a 10-day ing Francis said of the vacation, too.' H r u i n s. "Derek Sanderson) 1 Race's trainer. Ihe aff- (m faceoffs a 1 1 able Homer Pardue. is leaded for New York, "I'd like Sandcrsnn. ahnip in think fihout [Ins Ihiny (or a .New York's Bolihy Rousseau few dnvs before' 1 decide exactly .string of fighting in- what I'll do. "DuL I just don't think we'll try Riva Ridge again in the Image, Ma.J2.slic Needle, Our Trade Winds, N a p o i s e, Dr. Ncalc and Pacallo. niva Ridge, as the heavy fa- vorite of Hie fans who but more than anyone ever has in one day, needed only a cou- ple of gentle laps with the whip to lead every step of the way in the Hi-mile Derby. His lime of 4-5 wasn't close to Northern Dancer's record of two minutes flat, but it didn't have to be. s A sure sign that summer Is finally on its way is when you hear the roar of engines from the Lethbridge Exhibition Speedway. summer Is is another Whether or not really on its way question, but the Southern Al- berta Auto Racers chose to open their 1072 season Sunday afternoon. Some braved the chilly weather and were rewarded with some exciting "C" and "B" events along with a spec- tacular performance by Orval the "Daredevil Clown." Orval attempted a number of daredevil feats and had the spectators on the edge of their seats throughout the perfor- nances. After the racing events con- cluded Sunday, Ron Boyce of Lethljridge found himself in a familiar position. Boycc, driving his car num- ber one in the "B" class, took the lead in the point race, earning 15ni points during the course of afternoon. Gary Header 'in car number r way 27 finished far back In second place with OV1 point, while third went to Bill Connors of Lethbridge with six points. In "C" class competition, Neil Lunn of Calgary went home with the most points with 20VJ, while second place went to George ami Blarj Mercer of Lollibridpe with 12'i points. George's wife, Marj, became the first female ever to race with males in SAAR's history. Tliircl place went to Dave Stilgoe of Lethbridge. Meanwhile, in the "C" Claimer class, car number 12r driven by Harold Koitcnbrun- ers of Lethbridge, earned points to lead all the winners. Roy Stolz of Lcthbridge and Andy Van Ryan of Coaldale placed second and third with and six points respectively. SAAR will hold their second meet Sunday with a full slate of "C" and "B" and Claimer cars. Some 10 to 15 cars from Great Falls, Mont, are expect- ed to make the trip north. Time trials are set for 1 p.m. while the racing officially gets underway at 2 p.m. fractions in the opening period, appeared settled away from his performance of three days IK- fore when he was on the ice for three Hanger power-play scores that opened a 3-0 New York lead. Irvine, who also picked up an assist on Selling's goal, said the Bruins didn't allow New York- ers to move out of their own zone as readily as they had in the previous game. "And On- was running the show in great style in the first lie added. "The game in Boston will probably be rough. BOSTON 3 NEW YORK 3 Firsl Pcnnd 1. Bcsfon, Orr 3 (Wallon) 5.1C; 2. Bcslcn. Orr 4 (Me- Keruie, Bucyk) F 17. Penalties Es- posilo Rousseau, Sanderson ma- jors Doak, Marcotlc, Weslfall miscorQucf Carr minor, major, Awrey major Irvine, EscosMo 9. J5, Walton 11 4A, Orr, Park, Salher mators, major, mosconduct Smjin Sccond Perjcd 3. Bcslon AAarcotte 3 (Orr) A New York, Irvine 4 Soiling) Penal- Hodpo Hadfleld, Vadnals Majors, Bailey Doak Villon Awrcy Third Period 5. New York, Selling 1 (Irvine, Slemkowski) Penal- lies SlernkDV.-skj 15-03, Hodge Attendance Prcakncos. We ran as good a race as we could against liim j Saturday and there ju.sL no catching Pardue said. COULDN'T GAIN No Le Hace outdistancing the rest of the field in the final IGth mile, but he ;vabn't gaining on Riva Ridge, who went under the wire under a hand ride hy jockey Ron Tur cotte from Grand Falls, N.B. Hold Your Peace, who had tried three limes in the early part of the race to draw along- side Riva Ridpe, faded in the stretch "like he was Pardue noled "We ran just as straight as we could, except for going around Hold Your Peace, and we just couldn't get Pardue said. Introductive, the 53-to-I fourth finisher, will seek other compe- tition now in Chicago, trainer Stsn Reiser said. Sensitive Music, fifth in the Dcrhy, is going to Hawthorns. The others are going any- where they can hide from tnc champ. They were, in order of finish, Freeiex, Big Snruce, Head of the River, Big Brown Bear, Kentnckian, Hassi's NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pel. GBL 12 6 n 7 .450 _ 51. Louis V.'E Houston LC5 San Dieao AHanla San Francisco TODAY j GAMES Lcs An-c'ci trcal McNally (0-QJ N 12 g .WO i 12-1) at Mon- EDMONTON fCP) Canada j lines should not select an all-star unit unit." sweep and play them as a Houslon el Chicago ppd., wet grounds Francisco 001 000 371 Philadelphia OD4 C20 B n o Brvanl (0-2) Slor.e (5) Johnson (6) (B) McftAahon O) anrf Healy, it-ion le) Carllon (5.1) and WcCarv- er. HRs: Pha-Luzin- ski Los Angelci MO 000 OM MO 0 10 1 Montreal 000 000 050 (00 1 3 0 Sullen, Brewer Pirhert (0-1) (13) and Sims; Morion, Marshall (3-D) (11) nnti BcccabeUa, AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST W L Pel. GBL 10 6 ,625 10 7 .MB 10 7 .iE3 ''i 5 11 .313 i J 10 .734 5 t 10 I 12 3 .ECO Oakland in A .714 Chicago 9 g .579 Texas....... e 10 M4 City 8 11 Cdlrtonfa 7 10 .41J TODAY'S GAMES New York (1-3) ncsola Blyleven (4-0) N SUNDAY Chicago .....030 Cleveland 010 Dahscn Fors nd Herrmannj W Texas Detroit 000 D S 7 020 380 (5) Romo (B) lcox and Alidnla SI. Louis Reed, G 007 OM 4101 ICO 100 5 13 2 Slone (9) Niekro (3-3) (9) (3-0) and SImrrons. HRs: PillEburoh 2D1 001 9 13 1 Cincinnali in 000 A B 1 Brilcs (Ml) ftAcni- (B) and Sflnguil- Icn; OiUinqham (0.5) Hall (7) and Bcncn. HRET 0) Siarnell fJj. Cin-Pere; Morgan U) Tomdn GerononiQ (1) 5an Diego 110 022 OM 6 10 6 New York ooo DM osi a n (8) CaldA'MI IP.} Co (P) and Kendari; Gcnlry, Cacra (61 Taylor (B) McGraw (1-0) (10) and Grolo. HPs: SD-Jelor (2-3) Thomas NY-Atjpe rejection results in prior to cided who would start until just j to face Russia's national hockey j For the first time, Canada ing, wr.s own perFonnnna-. Ho hJs due.s. So did EoMnn .0 talk of his .Johnston coach Tom I r.c: 1 75 1-5 Sandy's .SrilenOour, Silve inq Ucctor, Charlie O, rar. SEVENTH c'niming, i.ssuanuii OL a forjiiitl complaint. Tf the hoard issues a coni- 1 plaint, a hcnrinp; would he held in about n month against Peterborough. meeting Jiflmonlcii. The NTL Players' Association i Wilson lias scouted all three MEAL HOURS Of the Alexandra Restaurant 328 5ih St. South Licensed Dining Room Monday to Wednesday a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday to Saturday a.m. to 2 a.m. Sundays and Holidays 8 a.m. to p.m. complained (o (he hoard tliat the league refused to bargain on artificial turf, which Ihe asso- ciation says causes injuries. The M-'LPA also maintiiins that S20.0flfl in fines levied lOfj players for leaving liench areas duhn.q a figlil arc not au- thorized in the contract. The hoard issued a niliiiR Tuesday sugficslin" IhaL the NFL negotiate Ihosc issues with (lie players. leagues and, although he hasn't seen the Royals, rates them as underdogs in the scries. However, because Cornwall is only alwut 60 miles from Ot- tawa, the Royals arc expected to be Uie favorites of the Ottawa fans. Both the Royals and Ihe Petes decided remain home Sunday and travel to Ottawa by bus this afternoon. The Oil Kings arrive (oniglH. gameUeam in the eight-game series will he able (o (brow its hesL I scheduled next September, says players against Ihe Russians, who have dominated world am- ateur-hockey for much of the last decade. Plantc, seven times a winner we nf the Veziiia Trophy a.s the The third game of the series Jacques Plante, one is scheduled Friday with Corn-] of the few National Hockey 1 League players who lias faced the Sociel hockey machine. ''An all-star (cam like j SATURDAY Pittsburgh a Cincinn-nll 1 Ssn 3 Philadelphia Chicaro 6 Ho'islcn i. San Dicqo 6 New York 3 St. Louis 4 Atlanta 2 002 010 4 11 1 TOO ISO 7 9 1 Bcsman (l-O Paul (5) Cox (6) Shet- fenhack (7) and Biir.ncis, Suarez Lnlirh (5-1) and Trenhan. HR: G. Brcwn ID. Milwaukee OS! 002 S f 0 California 000 010 I t 1 Parson-; (22) Sanders (7) and Por- Irr, Rctiricjucz Clark (M) May (8) Fisher (9) and Kusnyer, HRs: O New York 3D! DOO 3 13 K Oakland CM 341 78! Kline (1-1) Hmlon (5) Beonc (S) Lyln (B) and Munson; McLain, Horlen (1 0) Sequl 6 and Duncan HRs- nicmhrrn (J) Minncsola OBO H2 B 14 4 Boston 100 000 4 e 1 Wocdstcn (3-0) LaRoch? (7) Grang pr (91 and Tiant (0-1) Bo- (A) PflJIin (E) ond Fisk. HR: Win- 111 Kansas Cily Da! 100 4 10 1 5 9 1 lnn Abcrnsthy (4) (7) and Kirkpalrick; Dob- son (32) Matt (9) and Etchefcarren. HR: KC-Kirkpairick SATURDAY Cleveland II Chicago 0 Defrcil j Texas 1 Minnosola 3 Boslon Ooklanfl J Nc-w YorK 1 Kansas Cily 9 1 California 2 Milwaukee 0 STANLEY CUP G L F A Nr.v York i Boston leads 13 13 6 13 13 1 n final 3-1 WANTED IMMEDIATELY FARM EQUIPMENT AND MOTOR TRUCK MECHANICS Full Company Bencfils ft Top Wages Year Round Employment Confael: CALVIN MACDONNELL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER bALES SERVICE 304 Stafford Drivo Phono 327-3125 have for the (NHU All-Star Game is no Planlc said in in interview. ''They must select complete Soccer referees go ou slike SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) Chile's 9.1 professional soccer rcforecs and linesmen went on strike today to protest (lie sus- pension of a a.s Iron for being too roiiflh on some rowdy players. The referees voted IHJ-I Fri- day in .support of Al- i herlr) suspended hy the ('Inlean Soccer Associa- tion for t.wo pames. The lone dissenter in Ihe voting was not identified, hut snid IIP planned to vole yes hut volnd no by mislake. t'SA officials called in ama- teur referees lo officiate 1', I) i v i i d n p'imes (tvcr (he wtH'kcnd, but Infer called off thn KQuies hucniisc of lienvy rain. leading in flic MIL. said an all-star player might be able to put the puck in (lie net, "but first he has to have team- mates who can get the puck to him." "That's what they must have players who have been l.o- If the NHL provides Its best lines Lo the Canadian team, he said, the Canadians will win ail eifihl games. Plantc, goallender on six Stanley Cup champions, said "nothing, absolutely nothing" I compares with the pressure lie i experienced in an cxhibil ion hockey panic he played against I IIP Russian team in I "I never fell anything like lie said. "You could tell it in the arena, by I ho way I he people whispered, by Ihe way they move d, by the way I hoy cheered." Plantc came out of reliremenl to play goal for a team com- pnsod of six minor Tongue pro- fessionals ;md members of the Junior Canndicns. The Canadians won 2-1. They're here! The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAlfS 4 SERVICE 402 lit South LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;