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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lakers facing ouster, Knicks hang on 103-98 NEW YORK (AP) was a hope explained New York Knick forward Dave De- Busschere. "I was looking for the free throws; it was just luck that the ball went in." A horde of reporters were gathered in the New York trainer's room where the six- foot-six DeBusschere, an ice pack on his sore right knee, was describing the key play in the Knicks' 103-98 victory over Los Angeels Lakers Tuesday night at Madison Square Gar- den. The Lakers had cut a 21-point New York lead down to two, 94- 92, with one minute to go. Los Angeles was surging, having scored eight points in a row. The Knicks were disorganized. Walt Frazier had fouled out, and none of the Knicks were shooting well. JUMPSHOT MISSED Knick forward Bill Bradley tried a jump shot from the right side. It missed, bounding high off the rim. The two centers, Willis Reed of New York and massive Wilt Chamberlain of Los Angeles, went for the RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 SPORT ANDY CAPP IT'S NEARLY 5AME-NO80DY LAID A FINK5ER. SUTTHIS IS V. RIDICULOUS SIX OF THEM JUMPED ON ME IN THE BAR. AFTERWARDS.' Short sport rTIROCHER RETURNS (AP) Manager Leo Durocher of Houston As- tros, who was sidelined April 20 with an intestinal inflammation, will rejoin .the National League baseball team Friday, a club Bpokesman said Tuesday. COLTS GET BARNES BALTIMORE (AP) Balti- more Colts announced Tuesday that Mike Barnes, a second- round draft choice from Miami of Florida, has been signed to a multi-year National Football League contract. Barnes, a 6- fOot-6, 255-pound defensive end, was a starter for three seasons at Miami. TAKES EASY WIN LONDON (AP) Northern Ireland defeated Cyprus 3-0 in a World Cup soccer qualifying match Tuesday, although nei- ther dub has a chance to ad- Investigation a third time LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) An official investigation is un- der way for the third con- secutive year into circum- stances concerning the 10th and final race at Churchill Downs on the day of the Kentucky Derby, The Courier-Journal re- ported Wednesday. In a copyright story, the newspaper said steward Art He- bel of the Kentucky State rac- ing commission noted a dra- matic "reversal of form" on the part of Pear A Bit, the winner in Saturday's 10th race. The Courier-Journal quoted Hebel as saying he began a "preliminary investigation" and interviewed Vic Karr, trainer of the horse, and Fires Tuesday. jockey Earlie Hebel said Karr was to ap- pear at a private hearing today. The six-year-old gelding en- tered the 10th race, which fol- lowed the Kentucky Derby Sat- urday, after running out of the money in six starts this year. The gelding is owned by Karr's wife, Irene D. Karr. vance to the 1974 final in West Germany. Bulgaria, with six points and Portugal with five, are still in contention. CARDS SEEK HELP ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals burdened with a dis- mal National League baseball record Tuesday traded 25-year- old Al Santorini to Kansas City Royals in exchange for Tom Murphy also a right-handed pitcher. Santorini without a won-lost record, has a 5.63 earned-run average. Murphy, 27. formerly with California An- gels, has appeared in three games for Omaha, the Royals' farm club. FAVORITE UPSET CHESTER, England (CP) Canadian-owned Gospill Hill, previously one of the favorites for the June 6 Epsom Derby, finished fourth in the Chester Vase race Tuesday at 1% miles. Proverb, 33-1 outsider, won by a head over Freefoot. Gospill Hill is owned by Garfield Wes- tbn, former Toronto resident. DeBusschere lurking alongside. "Willis kept the ball said DeBusschere. "He and Wilt went up, but neither got control of the ball. When they came down, that's when I went up. I just grabbed it and put it back up. "Wilt reacted by grabbing me. The shot I threw up was just a hope shot. I was playing for the foul, since Wilt had both his arms around me." .The ball went in, and the foul was called on Chamberlain. "It was the 7-1 Chamberlain said of the foul. "He just had better position than me; all I could do was foul him." SANK CRUSHER DeBusschere calmly sank the free throw, and the Knicks were ahead 97-92 with 48 seconds to go. The Lakers couldn't get closer than three the rest of the way, with two free throws by Earl Monroe and four by De- Busschere keeping the Knicks safely ahead. As a result, New York took a 3-1 lead in the National Basket- ball Association's championship playoffs. The Knicks can wrap up the best-of-seven series with a victory in Los Angeles Thurs- day night. DeBusschere finished with 33 points, his career playoff high. He had 22 in the first half, when the Knicks raced in front 47-26, then took a 55-44 margin into the lockerropm. Heed added 21 points, Frazier 19. For the Lakers, guards Gail Goodrich and Jerry West each had 23. The Knicks led by 13 after the third quarter and were ahead 94-84 with five minutes to go be- fore the Lakers reeled off eight straight points before DeBuss- chere's crusher. CHAMPION SIGNS LONDON (AP) Joe Bug- ner, European heavyweight boxing champion, signed Tues- day to defend his title against Danny McAlinden here July 2. McAlinden is British and Com- monwealth champion, so all three titles will be at stake. PATRIOTS INK TWO FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) Sam (Bam) Cunningham, a running back from University of Southern California, and wide receiver Darryl Stingley of Pur- due were signed Tuesday by New England Patriots of the National Football League. Both received multi-year contracts but the salaries were not dis- closed. PLEADS NO CONTEST SAN DIEGO (AP) Line- backer Jeff Staggs of St. Louis Cardinals in the National Foot- sail League pleaded no contest Tuesday to a charge of battery on a police officer and guilty to drunken driving. He will be sen- tenced May 30. Kharlamov liked Park, Stapletoii MONTREAL (CP) Valery Kharlamov, star forward on the Sonet Union's national hockey team, said Tuesday he was im- pressed with the work of defen- cemen Brad Park and Pat Stapleton in the Team Canada- Russia, hockey series last fall. "Park is very brave and has good Kharlamov said in an interview. He then noted that both Stapleton and Park saw "all of the ice very clearly." Kharlamov said he was im- pressed with the three Canadian goaltenders-Ken Dryden, Ed Johnston and Tony Esposito. He added that right winger Yvan Cournoyer was "a very good skater and is physically strong enough so that he can play all three, periods and not be tired." Kharlamov said the Russians benefitted from Team Canada's aggressive play in the series. "It is easier playing on our amateur teams back home now that we are more acquainted with this type of play." Khariamov also said the So- viet players would welcome an- other series with Team Canada. Kharlamov anrl Vsevolod Bobrov and Boris Kulagin, the Soviet Union's top hockey coadies, are here attending the Memorial Cup championship. They attended the fifth game of the Stanley Cup final between Montreal Canadians and Chi- cago Black Hawks Tuesday night. Kryczka ij apologizes HELP WANTED BAR HELP MALE OR FEMALE Dishwasher for washing dishes by machine. Spare help for 1 or 2 nights per week. PHONE MANAGER Elks Club of Lerhbridge 327-7219 MONTREAL (CP) Joe Kryczka, president of the Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Asso- ciation (CAHA) Tuesday apolo- gized to the teams competing in the Memorial Cup series for the cancellation of a tour of Czech- oslovakia. The Memorial Cup winners were supposed to leave for Czechoslovakia for a seven- game tour after the round-robin series for the major junior hockey championship, but the Czechs called off the series. "We are going to get to the bottom of Kryczka said. "Somewhere in the back- ground, I can see the fine hand of Mr. he added, re- ferring to John F. (Bunny) Ahearne, president of the Inter- national Ice Hockey Federation. "I think it we petition the Pope and have him (Ahearne) appointed a bishop, we would only bave to kiss his ring." Trevino hurting Wedntsday, May 9, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD it Golf equipment changes causing some concern Golfer Lee Trevino grimaces and grabs his shoulder during exhibition tournament Tuesday at a suburban San Diego course. He bowed out after nine holes of the 18-hole tourney but was a stroke ahead of Billy Casper and two ahead of Byron- Nelson. Bob Hope and Jack Lemmon were well 'back. FAR HILLS, N.J. (AP) Claims that graphite-shafted clubs are knocking golf balls farther and a change in dimpl- ing is making golf balls fly far- ther than ever has caused con- cern with the United States Golf Association The sport's ruling body in the U.S. announced Tuesday it is conducting a series (A tests to see that golf remains a game Of skill and innovations do not make existing courses obsolete. "For some years the U.S. Golf Association has been con- cerned about the potential for increasing distance in the game of golf through new develop- ments in ball and club manu- the USGA said in a formal statement. It added: "The USGA fears that recent aerodynamic developments in ball dimpling and the in- troduction cf graphite shafts may render existing distance controls inadequate." The USGA said its current tests would be made with both men and machines, indoors and outdoors, to determine the ef- fect of these latest improve- ments. While it did not say so, it in- dicated that some equipment may be banned to keep the game within bounds. At present, the distance of the ball is controlled by sirs, weight and initial velocity restrictions. There are no comparable re- strictions on clubs although the indentations on the face of the clubs must meet certain stand- ards. In recent months, many of the touring pro golfers have shifted to graphite shafts, which are said to be much lighter than steel or aluminum and which permit the head to go through the ball with greater impact. Exponents of the new club shafts are boasting distances of 20 and 30 yards more than clubs of other material. Also, ball makers have begun ex- perimenting with the dimples on the ball to improve accuracy and reduce wind resistance. The USGA said it had ex- pressed its concern to equip- ment makers in Rochester, N.Y., in 1968 and repeated a warning to all manufacturers In general letters mailed in May, 1969, and September, 1970. The USGA said the latter let- ter dealt specifically with the moment of inertia and radius of gyration effects on the flight of halls. The tests, the USGA added, are to determine if a distance bonus has been achieved through the latest de- velopments. BLAZERS WIN The Bridgeville Blazers rack- ed up a 31-24 victory over Ad- vance Lumberjacks in Com- mercial Men's Slow Pitch League action Tuesday night. Roy Weir earned the mound win. i Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how one may lose I bulky fat and help regain slender pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Use this home recipe dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask for Naran Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. 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