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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBBIDCE HERALD May ID, 1972 ____________________ Who will play goal for Edmonton Kings? MCKENZIE KICKS UP SPRAY Johnny McKenzie, Bosfon Bruins' righf winger, (cicks up a spray of ice as he comes in on York Rangers' goalie Gilles Villemure in second period of Ihe Slanlcy Cup playoff game New Yorkers will see sixth game Tuesday in Boston, Rangers nipped the Bruins 3-2 and now head home for (he sixfh game Thursday. (AP Wirephoto) loosseau, Villemyre too much for Bruins BOSTON (CP) Bobby 'four goals for Minnesota North of-scvcn National Hockey i Rousseau hcedeij Francis's Stars last year when Emilu League final with the Bruins charges he wasn't shooting Francis, Rangers' general man- hold a 3-2 edge. ager-coach, acquired him in a straight trade for New York i captain Bob Kevin, Rousseau silenced Broadway's boo birds Tuesday night, fulfill- ing a promise he made early in Ihe season with JVew York Rangers, Rcusscau scored two goals 10 minutes apart In the third pe- riod to pull the Rangers into a 3-2 victory over Boston Bruins I en rouic lo Minneapolis and Hie 2-1 score. and send the two teams back to New York for the sixth game of the Stanley Cup final Thursday night, starting a t JTDT. The trade was greeted with started juggling his lines early in the third period with the Rangers on Lhe short end of a The changes were sudden and electrifying. he'd produce. Francis stuck b bis FINAL 3 DAYS of The 5 -fool-10, 178-p o u n d e r M o n t r eal hadn't seen action until Francis enough and at blasted a 45-footer at Boston goaltcnder Ed Johaston. The goalie made the initial save but lost sight of the puck and it trickled under liis pads. About 10 minutes later, Hous- seau got his second score off Boston defcnceman Dallas Race results 11.400, clalr dEl (Wise (CP) Norlntanc Is Tuesday: FIRST n, 3 year olds, lui 5.30 5 dO 2.30, Lustrous Sun (Wnlson) 17.00 -UO, Way (Rycorlt) 2.50. 75 Frau, Silent Scud Com- md, Erik's Blue, Polished Point also SECOND 11.JC3, claiming, J year olds nnd up, 5 furlongs. Nayu (Wlsomanl 15 70 6.10 3.10, Crow's AMIe (Kipling) 2.60, Mr, Kubricks (McCauley) Time: 3-5. W.r. Marsn, Mister Bewitch-d, Anila D. Lisa B Good ran. DAILY DOUBLE: SS46.50. Track Scratch LocKy WUch. dike Princess, Balia Marimba also SEVENTH ollowance, 4 year olds and up, iV-j furlongs. Seven's Best (Hamilll 1090 4.DQ 2.70, Moonliqht Shadov; (Slatinyk) 3.90 2.30, Sleel Halter (Nnrris) 2.50. Timp; 3-5. Alomic Tommy end Flight Count also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and un, 7 furlongs. Miss (Trcute) 37.30 1-UQ Rockin' Roman (Phrlar) 2.70, Nioawin (Shicltlsl 2.50. Timr-s: a-5. Tidal Brecic, Convention Len, Silky THIRD claiming, 2 year Page, 1 Miss You also ran. QUINELLA: SiB.BD and Round River olds, 3 fur- W: sincerity we've cut our prices to the bonel In some cases to even LESS THAN HALF PRICE! SUITS 1 rack of suits with values to 1 PRICE SPORT COATS 1 rock of sporl coata with values to I PRICE 1 rack of sport and dress shirts, values to 1 PRICE A Blend (Barroby) 19.7' J..W. West Wind Guy (Haynes) 10.90 I 420, R. U. (Walson) 3 BC. Time. Ediyqopacldy, Prairie Hill, F o r 1 Trail, Royal Resolve. Humble Birlh also SI, SCO, claiming, J year olds and up, 8 M .1 20 3.W, Cowan leaves golf TORONTO (CP) Amateur golfer Gary Cowan, 33, of Kilcli- Ont. Emilh. Tlic puck bounded over Johnslon's left shoulder. "I've had six shots agains Ihe Bruins in this series, and the last luo went Rousseau said after the game. "I think Johnston tried to squeeze the first one between his pads and it trickled through On (he second goal. I believe Dallas Smith touched the puck Francis praised Kousseau's effort, but said the lide cliangec in New York's favor late in the second period when the Hangers played two men short for minutes and held off Boston's vaunted power play. "Brad Park, Dale Holfe and Bruce MacGregor saved the game for us. It was fantas- the New York coach said. Goaltender Gilles Villemure, ie saitf, "played a tremendous with four or five key saves in the second period. Francis credited Boston's over-exuberant fans with help- ing Rangers kill off the penal- ties to Gary Doak and Walter Tkaczuk. Hie fans threw stuff on i the ice during a stoppage of play, that gave me a chance to rest the three men I had out there. "When play started again, I put them back out there and they finished the job." PARK COMES CLOSE Park almost tied it with the Rangers two men short when he stole tlie puck at the New York blucline and skated in alone on Johnston, using MacGregor as a decoy. Park's shot hit Johnston's shoulder, the cross-bar and bounded ojnong the spectators. "We played a stupid, assinine said a disgusted John Speed [Comhs) j.l. Time: 3-5. Sister Cily. War Bridle Flflq Rcac- lien, AllLliard, Johiny Red also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds 6'- lur. Icnqs. Kluridike Charm fWfltSQnl 11 00 5.5n J CO, Carbon Counly (StadnyV) .1.80 3.EC, Snariy Slyle (Haynos) 7.90. Time: Vernon Tcun, For Rex, Cranfield, Win 'N Grin, Ncr Wesler also ran. EXACTOR: HB.30. SIXTH 3.000 handicap, 3 yenr 5 Fur- 20 3.40, sure i sabbatical from tournament golf McKemie in the Bruin dressing for the remainder of the 1972 room. started playing de- season. people This means he will not defend his I'niled Stales or Ontario am- ateur lilies. "Regardless of may he said in an intcr- vioiv Monday, "golt is not the No. 1 thing in my life." IL ranks Ihirri family and business. Cowan is a sales rcnrusenLriUvc with rlasket 'Shields) 3 10 1 innrrnliy) 3 2 ailfe. COIHpailV. Ilo' j emphasized lie is iv poinr. Kion. i from golf. 3.30. Tne Gemiilion (Hedne) 2.CO Tim-: 15 Retcl Rotin, SellCi he aanls. Dress and Casual. Out they go T-SHIRTS PRICE PRICE All alterations extra Uso your chargex card or our own cosy credit t HIGA'S More sport page 10 on Cowan insisted his decision not to piny tournament golf this year is not a snap one resulting from the disappointment of his .performance in Ibe Masters earlier this year. Uo spent a I month preparing (or the Au- gusta, Ga., tournament, then sliol 76-82 ;uid failed to (jnalify for the final 3li holes. OPEN THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS TILL 9 P.M. 406 13th St. N. Phone 327-7610 WANTED IMMEDIATELY FARM EQUIPMENT AND MOTOR TRUCK MECHANICS Full Company Bon of in Top Wngor. Yuar Round Employment Contact: CALVIN MACDONNEL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SAIES and SERVICE fensive hockey after we got the lead and played them too close. "We can't do that. Our game is lulling." Veteran defensive ace Ed W e s t f a 11 agreed the Bruins flat" but the Rangers "played well, you've got to give them cretiil. Keu Hodge, who along with Cashman scored first-pe- riod goals for Boston, faulted the Brains' inability to direct their shots at the New York goal. "We were missing so many shots at the he said. The Bruins, he was fold, were credited with 30 shots at Ville- mure. "We have to play the way we played Sunday if we're going to beat these lie continued. "They loose out there with jnolhing (o lose nnd were trying lo end it here." McKenzic summed it up for most of the ISruins who sat around in a dejected mood. "We didn't hit anybody." OTTAWA (CP) Coacl Brian Shaw of Edmonton Oi Kings isn't impressed by opin- ions of pro hockey scouts thai bis Western Canada junior champions are the team lo beat in the Memorial Cup finals. "The scouts have been wrong said Shaw as his team prepared for its first test in the three-game round-robin tonighl against Peterborough Petes, the OlfA junior representatives. Petes opened the tournament Monday night shading Quebec champions Cornwall Royals 4-2 in a game that was closer than most hockey observers thought it would be. Shaw said in an Interview Tuesday that hockey scouls were calling Toronto Marlboros the best junior club in Canada. "Peterborough beat them, so Peterborough must be better than the reasoned I thaw. Royals, who play Kings Fri- day in the last of the round- robin series to detennine which two clubs play Sunday in the winncr-takc-all game for the Memorial Cup, "come from the league that last year won the Cup, so they have to be said Shaw. GOALIE UNDECIDED The Edmonton coach said he wouldn't decide until pre game warm-up which of his three goalies will play. In addition to liis two regu- fars, Larry Kendrick and Doug Soetaert, Shaw picked up Cal- gary's John Davidson, the all- star netiru'nder in the Western League. Listing his team's strong points, Shaw said his players "are extremely dedicated, we had lo come off the floor times to gel this far." "We have been able to win key games and we play well away from he added. Kings boast a big. strong de- fence led by Keith Mackic, a 6- foot-C-inch skater who weighs 240 pounds. Shaw also Is proud of 15-year- old Terry McDonald, rating him as one of (he finest penally-kill- ers in junior hockey. From watching Peterborough Monday night, Shaw sess them "strictly physically and they do the little things well." Peterborough coach Roger Nielsen hasn't scon Edmonton play yet but his scouting reports say "they are strong in goal, strong defensively and have ono Ejood line." Nielsen said his club hadn'l played as aggressively Monday as it had in regular play. Tlio strong play of Cornwall both surprised and impressed him. Like most people who saw Iho game, he gave great credit to his goalie, Mike Veisor, for the win. "But he has been doing that for us for a Jong said Nielsen. Veisor will slnrt tn night against Kings. Backup goalies Ilolly Kijnblc of Petes and Bunny Larocque, picked up from (i7s, won't see any action until Veisor runs into au injury. Short sport I'KINCE RESOLD LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) _ Crowned Prince, sold at auction two years ago lor a record has been resold for 51.2 Best-ball event set Henderson Lake Golf Clim will be the site o[ a best-ball ournaznent this Sunday com- mencing at 8 The one-day event is an "A- B" competition. Group "A" must consist of one golfer with a handicap of eight or under while his partner must have a mne or over. Group "B" will consist of a two-man team both uf whom have handicaps of nine or aver. Entries, at per person, are being taken at the clubhouse at Henderson. million to the British blood- slock agency of Ireland and Capt. A. D. D. Rogers. Leslie Combs JI, master at Spendthrift Farm here and ono of the owners of the colt, said Monday (he sale was handled through the Fasig-Tiplun Co. SEKPES SQUARE INDIANAPOLIS (AP) York Nets held off a franlig rally by Indiana Pacers Tues- day night to even their Ameri- ca n Basketball Association championship playolf series at one game eacii with a 117-115 victory. HONOR WINNERS OTTAWA (CP) An evening-long Iribute to Canada's Olympic gold medal winners will be held here May 24. The. evening will be topped by presentation of the first Olym- pic Torch Awards by the Cana- dian Olympic Association. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES New York 'hilacielphla Chicago SI. Louis..... Houston Los Angeles San Diego Cincinnali Atlanta San Tranclsco Pel. d .167 7 -650 .631 16 TODAY'S GAMES San Francisco McDowell (-1-0) at Monlreal Sloneman (3-2) N Los Angeles Downing (1-5) a I New York Mallack (3-0) N Houslon Reuss (1-1) at St. Louis Gibson (0-i) N Pittsburgh Johnson (0.1) at Allan- la Nickro (3-3) N Cfiicago Pappas (3-5) at Cincinnali Nolan (30) San Diego Klrby (21) at Philadel- phia Fryman U-Q) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Francisco OW WO 9 S Montreal COJ 104 7 7 1 Marichal (1-5) Barr (8) and Radcr, Torres (2-0) and Boccabclla. Houston OW MO 1 t 1 St. LaulS 2 S D. Wilson Culver (7) and Pd- 'ards; Spinks (3-1) and Simmons. Chicago .....013001 14 1 -incinnall 900 000 I 5 0 Jenkins (3-2) and Hundley; Me. Glolhln (0-3) Spragus C) Borbon (7) Carroll (9) and flench. HR: PiMshurgh 301 101 11 0 Atlanta 001 000 Ellis (31) Klson (B) and Sanciulllen; Kelly (1-3) Schueler (8) and Williams HRs; (5) Los Angeles at New York rain San Diego at Philadelphia LEAGUE LEADERS Cleveland Baltimore Boston New York f-A'iiwaukFH Minnesota Oakland Chicayo Trxas Kansas Cily California N L Pet. CBL 1) 6 I) 7 .ill Vt 10 7 .5GB 1 5 1 .333 5 6 12 .233 4 U .350 6V3 13 J .745 12 .750 9 9 .500 6 10 .tit 5W 8 12 .400 fil'i 7 11 .369 Toian, Cln Cedeno, Hou lennefl, Pgn Hickman, Chi Chi Lcc, SD Hulton, Phf Torre, 5IL .angulllen, Pgh Art. Alou, 5IL Home runs H. Wynn, Houslgn, Colberl, AB R H Pel. 78 17 32 .410 67 11 77 .4Q3 53 I 21 il 14 20 .392 52 13 20 .385 J7 6 19 .301 Al 5 lii .331 69 10 16 .377 8 B 30 .375 77 7 27 .351 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee Bred (1.2) el Oakland Hunter (2-1) N New Ycrk Keklck (3-1) at Minnesota Percy 17-1) N Delrcit Timmerman (2-2) at Chicago Bradley (2-1) Kansas Cify Hedlund (0-2) 8T Cleve- land Perry (4.2} Texea Brobcry (21) at Balllmort McNally (3-1) N Boslon Palin (0-3) D! Calllornia Ryan (22) H TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kansas Cily 000 DQI 4 0 Cleveland ODD ODD 2 t J Splillorif (2.3) and Kirkpalrlck; Tl- drow (7-1) Mmqori (9) and Fwse, HRs: KC Piniella New York .010090 t Q Minnesota 013 000 4 7 1 Peterson 10-5) Aker [71 and Mun, son; Kaal (3-0) Granger (9) flnd Roof, Miilerv.-aid HRs: NY Alou (1) Munson DClroil ......000 000 3 f Chicago .000 OEO 2 1 X Coleman (J-l) Schprman Seel-. bach (9) and Prechan, Wood Gossane Romo (9) and Hernnan, FIRST OD> 001 IM 3 10 I Oakland 000 100 9 0 Slalon (M) Limy (4) Colborn (5) Duncan. HR: Motion SECOND Milwaukee ooo s 1 Oakland OM coo 3 3 i LDckwooiJ Sfephenson Col- born (B) find Porler; Odom (1 Fingers (6) ,tna Tcnace. Texas at Ballimore LEAGUE LEADERS 304 Stnlfnrd Drivo Phonn 327-3125 NEW YORK J DOSTON 1 riit: Prrlrnl 1. 7 fHotJrrn, 1 -.W; t Nr Pnn- 1-11 DARWIN Darwin Linn president of Curling Club Tlie'Lethbridtfc Curling Club closed out a successful season Tuesday evening with Hie elec- tion of the 1972-73 executive. Darwin Linn will direct the club as president for Llic next, year h o 1 n from isl vice president TCnso Barala and 2nd vice president Lylc Davis. The board of directors for Hie imiiiR year arc Art, Bob Morrison, Jim Ilccd, Scoll Henderson, Marry Hudson, Clons Schweilzcr and Lawrence Lcnnon. A bitfliliRhl, of Tncsdny's ego, Kingman. San Francisco, Runs batted )n: Kingman, San Fran Cisco, Tolan, Clncinnnli, Filching O) decisions: Eighl STANLEY CUP W L F A K >lon 32 15 16 6 rv York 2 3 U 15 4 Boston leads besl-of-sevcn series 30, LEADERS: G A Pts. Esposilo, B........ 9 13 n Orr, B A IB 'n a 9 ?o 1? Rousseau, NY......... 6 11 17 McKcnzic, B........... 5 12 17 Hadficld, NY.......... 79 14 Slanfield, B 7 U Haritje, 0 9 6 15 Gilbert, NY 7 S 15 Roberto, 7 6 13 H PCI 20 -117 IB .347 21 .055 24 -3-17 19 -3-15 2 .339 21 .339 31 .33? Braun, P. Kelly, Chi f.' Darwin, Win 6' Piniella, KC 7 Cash. Del 5. McCraw, Cie 5 Frechan. Det A'. Pinson, Cal 6'. Thompson. Win 71 "rohnmcr, Cle _ OS 7 15 .33] Cash, DelroiK 5. Runs hatred in; Darwin, Minnesota, 2C; CnSh. Delroil, 15 Pitching 2 decisions: Kaal, Minneso- ta. 3-0, l.CQO; R. Woodson, Minnesota, 3-0, 1.001; Locker, OaMand, 2-0. l.OOC; Lolich, Delroil, 5-1, ,633. HOCKEY SCORES Stanley Cup New York 3 Boslon 2 Boslon leads bosl-of-seven series 3- 2 Allan Cup Barrle 4 Spokane 2 Soohano leads besl-of-seven final M mccliiiR the presentation nf Ihc club tro- phy to tlio Lloyd Knncwisclicr rink Joining Kancwischer on li.s rink Karl Krancis, (Jerry Knncu'i.schcr and DOUR homson. This year's vinnor of the U. D. Karris Memorial trophy was (lie1. Kick Ovcni rink. here! Seiberlmg STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever soldi ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE ,402 lit Aw. South IETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;