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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBRinGI! IIFRMD Sclurclay, Mny IJ, 197J SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan IJIT 01'' EVERYTHING; The .Stanley Cup is over and llic best team won, Orr did they'.' Hoslon's bi-illiant dctenccman Bobby Orr is truly smnctliinf! else don't you agree? Lclhbriclgc's Herb Christie is ofC to Regina Tuesday and the West- ern Canada Hockey League meetings You'll re- member Kuril and Sran Maxwell have applied for a franchise in the WC11L for Lethbridge I stopped in io see JMaxio Ihe other day and his eyes sparkled ivlicn lie talked about the proposed new arena for U'lJibridge Let me tell you, I have seen the plans and if we get a new rink such as this we'll be Ihe envy of Ihe province John Wooden, head basketball coach at UCLA Is not too happy with the way the pros are drafting undergraduates these days Says Wooden "There has been greed since the and it has always devoured itself. And 1 honestly feel that the greed of professional baskcl- All cast Memorial Cup final Hunter admits Kings outplayed OTTAWA fC'P; Cornwall i Ute final Friday night in put on by (lie Caiia- hull will do Hie same.' might upset. 1 sec where Roger Kramer will be back fcr the Chinook Classic goU tournament I can recall the first time I met Roger, he was still with the Calgary Stampeders football club and was to speak at the Milk River Sportsman's Dinner When they intro- duced him to me he thanked me for making him famous 1 had referred to him in my column as Jerry Kramer of the Green Bay Packers Did you see that yours truly and the Milk River dinner were upstaged last Monday evening A re-broadcast of Ihe dinner was scheduled for Channel 7 but U.S. President Richard Nixon had something of more im- portance to tell the people Vada Pinson of the California Angels while playing in his 2.000fh game April 26, doubled and then raced to third when the hall was thrown home. While time was called, Pinson dusled himself off and asked umpire Larry McCoy for the ball "Why." asked McCoy, "is this your first major league 1 see where the Univer- sity of Lelhbridge has been accepted into the Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League Mount Royal and Camrose also were accepted 1 wonder what that will do lo 'the Mount Royal franchise in the Alberta Junior League? Len Chambers of Lelh- bridge had himself a good afternoon recently in Cal- pary Len won the trophy for high over average score in llic Canadian Institute for the Blind rolloffs Lcllibridge Royals open their 1972 soccer season tins Sunday at the Chic Centre at three o'clock against a team from Calgary and coach Chaster Jo- kuty is looking for big things from John Stropnik ]n an exhibition game last weekend Stropnik scored all four goals as the Royals played to a 4-4 stalemate wilh Calgary Cougars Chuck Holdaway, formerly Ihe coach of tie Calgary Centennials of the WCHL knows how Al McNeil must have fell last season after guiding the Montreal Canadiens lo the Stanley Cup Holdaway direcled the Cents lo the western division in the WCHL then found himself without a Job things, however, have been cleared up and Chuck has escaped for the lime being, the unemploy- ment lineup Who said nothing succeeds like success? Canadian fans are reacting almost un- believably to the Canada Russian hockey series according to reports extra secretaries are being hired by Hockey Canada just to handle the mail of lale And you can say what you want about Harold Ballard but he has set the pace for the upco'iiinff series with his contribution of any member of his Toronto Maple Leafs and the use of Maple Leaf Gardens Don't forget the Lacrosse season open- er Sunday evening at seven at Henderson Lake Ice Centre Coach Dave Smith is predicting big things from his Native Sons this year And also, the Southern Alberta Auto Racers have another full afternoon of racing set Time trials go at one wilh racing at two Word has it that a strong contingent of cars will be here from Great Falls. WANTED IMMEDIATELY FARM EQUIPMENT AND MOTOR TRUCK MECHANICS Full Company Benefits Top Wages Year Round Employment Contact: CALVIN MACDONNEL INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES and SERVICE 304 Stafford Drivo Phone 327-3125 Koyals and Peterborough I'ctes Kuiul.'iy nipliL in a sudden- death for tlio Memorial Cup. It's the first time either city gone this far in Ihe running for the Canadian junior hockey championship. made their way into vincmjj fashion, blanking Ed- monton Oi I Kings 5-0 before 11.400 fans. From the noi.se in the Civic Centre, most of them wero Floyfil supporters. Petes earned their place intn the final earlier in the first-ever round-robin series in the junior dinn Amateur Hockey Associa- ion. Peterborough dumped the Hoyals 4-2 Monday and beat the Oil Kings 6-4 Wednesday. Kdmonlon general manager BUI Hunter, who screamed foul Wednesday when illegal-slick penalties played a part in his ruins just waiting for Svliat You might say the man BOSTON (AP> The miglily BosLon Bruins reigned as Stan- ley Cup champions for Ihe sec- ond time in Uircc years Friday and were just waiting for the question they heard atl last Centre Phil Esposilo said, summer: "What I "This year I'll be happy to tell ''I'm just waiting to be asked thai darn question we heard all last year after the Barrie square with Spokane KIMBEItLL'Y, B.C. (CD "It was just like old home Darryl Sly, playing- coach of Barrie Flyers, said Friday night after Ins team re- sponded to a return to Canadian ice with a 4-1 victory over Spo- kane Jcls. The win was (he second straight lor the Flyers and lied Ins bcsl-of-seven scncs for Ihe Canadian senior amaleur hockey championship and Allan Cup at two games each. Spokane had Irken (lie first iwo games on their ice, 3-0 and and Barrie had turned In closer checking lo lake the third game 4-2 Tuesday, also in the Washington Stale city. A long-standing commitment at the Spokane Coliseum made Ibe ice unavailable until Mon- day, so games were scheduled Dong Kempt chance gets WINNIPEG (Special) Win- nipeg Blue Bombers ot the Western Football Conference InvViy announced the signing of three Canadian rookies. They 1 are Doug Kempt o[ Calgary, j Rodger Hunter of Guelph, and Rorl Smith of Regina. Kcinnt, a 23j-pound tight-end from tho Calgary minor foot- ball system, attended the Uni- versity of hethbridge last fall. Hunter, a defensive back from the University of Guelph, was drafted by Hamilton Tiger Cats in 1971. Smith, a 238-pound offensive guard and tight end. played junior Cool ball in Regina and attended the Bombers' training camp last spring. Meanwhile Calgary Suamped- ers increased Lheir 1972 sign- ings to 29 players today with the additions of" offensive guard John Jennings and running back Everett Marshall. The Western Football Confer- i encc club recruited Jennings, six foot two and 230 pounds, from University of Georgia i where he was a starting offen- sive guard. He played with Georgia in Ibe Gator bowl last year. i Marshall, S-lfl and 180 pounds, I joins Calgary from the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. Noted as a speedster, Marshall was a start- er at Oklahoma as a junior and was the leading rusher. An injury in training camp last season and Greg TYuitt, named nn all American nnd who filled Marshall's position. 1 prevented him from gelling 1 job bark. SKEET SHOOTING LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME RANGE North On Hardievillo Road SUNDAY, MAY 14th 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. WELCOME! CLAY TARGETS (2i PER SHOOTER) INSTRUCTION COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS USE OF SHOTGUN IF NEEDED Ammunition Will Be Available AT Special Member Pricn For Furlbor InFormulion Phono 328-'1721 Friday nighl and tonight in the much smaller rink here. On hand for Friday's fray were fans, many of them Jets' supporters who had trav- elled from Spokane, hut almost an equal amount were British Columbians, backing the On- tario rntry. "All in Sly said, "coming back to Canada was just like playing at home again." He forecast another Flyers victory tonight "without chang- ing our style of play." SCORES UNASSISTED John McMillan, fourth-place finisher in Uia Ontario Hockey Association Senior A scoring race this season, led the Flyers with two goals, one of them un- assisted. Team captain Corby Adams, a former memlrer of Canada's national team, and Pete Pana- gabko got the other Barrie mar- kers. Counting Ihe lone Spokane goal was Ron Huston, who was with Calgary's Allan Cup final- ists last fcason, and shared the Western International Hockey League scoring championship this year. The Flyers jumped Into an early lead wiih a goal from Adams at and reinforced it less than six minutes later wilh McMillan's first. Spokane's goal came lale In the first period. McMillan scored again for Barrie midway through the third and Panagabko shot into an emply net wilh eleven sec- onds remaining. Spokane goalie Huss Gillow had been pulled with min- utes to play but Panagabko broke through the Jet's defence. everybody, particularly m y brother Tony." The high scoring Bast on forward, like all the other Bruins, was embarrassed plen- ty after being eliminated in the opening round of the playoffs in defence of the Stanley Cup last spring. He was ribbed quite a bit by brother Tony, Chicago Black Hawks goalie. Bruins salved their wounded pride by sweeping everything this season. They easily won Die Prince of Wales Trophy as East Division champions dur- ing the regular National Hoc- key League season. Then they finished off what they didn't do in 1971, elimi- nating Toronto in five games, taking four in a row from St. Louis and then winning the Stanley Cup by blanking the Rangers in New York ;i-o Thursday night in the sislh game of the best of seven championship scries. "Now can hold our heads high." vderan wing Krtdie Wcslfall said. "All last sum- mer, why just las! week. Ihe questions kept coming. Every- one wanted to know how a great team like ours could lose. This year we had to win to stop all the talk." The weary Bruins had little time to rest Friday, returning home at a.m. on a charter flight from New York. Mast managed to avoid thousands nf fans waiting to greet them al the airport. However, the team received an official recept i o 11 from Mayor Kevin While and the cily later in the day. Despite weariness, Bruins could smile as looking forward to additional cheques S2.500 a player for winning Iheir division and an- other siri.ooo for capturing the pri7.e. Super star Bobby Orr, of Parry Sound, Ont., who led the Bruins despite a damaged left knee, looked ahead lo a Florida vacation, nnd probable surgery early in June. "flic knee feels Ibe 24- year old defenceman said. "Right now. I don't feel any- thing. I'm just so happy. This is too sweet." Race results CALGARY (CP) Vlclorla Park race results Friday. First claiming, 3-ycar-old ma'dens, 7 lurlongs A Shield of Hope (Kipling) 770 3.90 3.30, Bramble Magic WcCauley) 6 90 5.10, Spollfd Turk (Halabl) 4.00. Time: 4-5 Kindly Farmer, Regal Polnl, Tlnga Whipper, Western Echo, Go By Nighl also ran. Second claiming. 4-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs Oulroman (Billlngjley) 7.M 3.60 1 4Q, Bntly Bold (Morris) A 10 2.BO, Countess Belinda (Barroby) 2 30. Time: 2 5 Canadian Capor, Reverse Susans Choice, Pnullnr's Pol, Legal Term nlso ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 121.40. Third claiming, Iwo-year-cld maid, ens, 3 furlonqs. Shenad (Shields) 8.10 3.10 2 90, Charlesworlhy (S t a d n y k) 2.SO 2..10, Fflnlaslic Summer (Combs) D.fO. Time: :35 Bowling CAPRI BOWL TUES. MITE LADIES Mar, Jenny 234 Isabel OrMen 7-ifi, Gracs v3nDyck :J1, Ann Cissr J35. EHrcn Barton 34? Fo ry Rntly Hobbi 27-1 Karon WEDNESDAY MORNING (SPRING) LoreMa ?53; Donnls FrxJer 173 (4781; Warj Nrcly .In Krnkosh 5a3; AAfirjan Yannsik 259 (65B1; Kflrnn Lnrondc 733; ?33; Berby Return Fare, Malna Cove Silver Fizz, Lady Sluarl also ran. QUINELLA: J7.7I. Fourth claiming, J-year.olds and up, 1 l-li miles Pay Your Bill (Billingaley) 4.50 2.70 Arllsl's PallcMc (Hedge) 3.00 240, Silver DcH (Shields) 3.00. Time: Mister Auctioneer, Gay Stitch, Gay Circle also ran. Fiflh claiming, and up, 1 Turlonos Rubella (McCnuley) ll.Iu" 5.00 3.30, Ail BlacK (Ccmbs) 3.60 2.po, John Cy- ckD5 fWhUlle) Tirnr: :S9 BUTCHER and PRINGLH PORTZ BRUTUS 5 BIG Woldi STAMPEDE WRLSHING on CJOC-TV (cam's loss, said Cormvall "beat us on the icu." "Wo were Hunter admitted. Orval T c s s i c r, coach, said the win was [he re- sult "of a cent effort from every player." "And we'll need the same ef- fort a R a i n s t said Tcssicr. A jarring note was an eye in- jury to (lefenccman Keith Mackie apparently was struck in the face with the puck. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL It is believed that a contact lens he was wearing was shat- tered. He was taken to Ottawa General Hospital. Oil Kings once again dis- played poor shooting from the points Friday. While their skat- ing was much-improved over Wednesday, they were inclined to make too many plays while deep in Cornwall territory, giv- ing Royals the chance lo break up their more threatening scor- ing attempts. When Kings did get the puck on net, goalie Richard Brodeur turned them away. Edmonton was called for nine minor penalties and twice Ihe Royals cashed in their man ad- vantage. The Royals look seven minors and guarded well. At the mark, with his club down 3-0, Edmonton coach Brian Shaw removed goalie John Davidson for an extra at- tacker. The move backfired twice and Davidson was in Ihe nets when the game ended. The Royals took a 2-0 lead In the first on a power-play goal by Dave Johnson. King defence- man Tom Bladen was serving an elbowing penalty at the time. Less lhan a minute later Gary McGregor scored Cornwall's second goal, using a team-mate as a decoy in a two-on-ona break. Early In the third period, Ed- monlon's Brian Ogilvie took a hooking penalty and Garry Tee- pie sank Ihe Oil Kings' hopes will] his power-play goals. Canadians in trouble VANCOUVER (CP) Mike Belkin, playing captain of Can- ada's Davis Cup tennis leam, sairl aflor the first day of play Friday in the North American Davis Cup challenge round against Mexico tliat the depar- ture of Peter Eunvash from the team may cost Canada a chance to win. Bur wash, the 20-year-old Brockvillc, Out., player, quit the Canadian team in a huff; Wednesday after being in- formed he wasn't playing the singles matches. Instead, Belkin chose Tony Bardslcy, 27, of Vancouver, as the singles player, along with himself. If the script Is the same as last year's, in which Mexico took a 3-2 victory in the best-of- five scries, Bunvash's flight may mean defeat. It all hinges on the doubles competition, which gets under way today at 2 p.m. EDT. "I haven't played with either Tony or Dale Power, our other Learn Belkin said, "so it's going to be tough to beat the Mexicans, who are good in doubles. "I had played wilh Peter he- fore, and if the two of us had played, we might have had a pretty good chance. Now I'd have to say we're going to have to he lucky." ANDY CAPP MUCH TALENT ALL FOR THE I COULD DO WITH AN NIGHT FDR A CHANGE A BUJKE WHO SB.IEVK1 'E WON'T BE WALKIN1 SOME BIRD 'OWE, JUST BECAUSE CAN'T "SEE ONE FANCIES ....DONTKIbVERSELF WffEjfER AN ADDICT.' Minor baseball The Yankees belted the Twins 12 5 Friday evening in Lakeside Little League play as Kent Binning picked up flic win over the combination of Tim Hisaoka and Kim Kirkpa- trick. Binning fanned 13 in register- ing tlie win ivhile Kirkpahick. after coming on in llie third came up wilh 11 strikeouts. Cam French led the winners with a triple and double while Randy Hook added a double and iwo singles. Stan Sawicki had three singles for the Twins, In Norcresl; action t h o Braves trounced the Cardinals 13-1 with (Irani Wcins the win- ner over Dave Kicld. Wcins aided his own cause with Ihrce triples. Keviu Hamilton had a double and sin- gle. Frank Kogler got the only hit off of Wcins, a single. Jn mother Lakeside game the Angels upended Ihe Orioles 8-3 with Harvey Pocza picking up llie win. The loss went lo George Iliraga. Allan Gepneris stroked 3 home run for the Angels as well as a single. Mike DeHeer chipped in with a double. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE M New fork Philadelphia Montreal Chkago PiMsburqh SI. Louis Lcs San Dieqo CinclnnaM 9 13 Allanla 9 15 San Francisco T 17 17 10 11 11 ID 11 10 13 Wesl 15 10 IJ 9 11 13 Pel. .582 .609 .'SOD liw Pel. .411 .3-16 The All-New BMW's FRIDAY'S RESULTS LDI Angelei Ml 041 MO- SHI Philadelphia 000 OM 1 2 Sutlon (5-D] and Sims; Selma (1-3) Reynolds 15) Shorl (9) and McCar- ver. HRs: LA-Roblnson (3) Russoll Sf 'Louis 200 TOO t 17 1 Cincinnati ;oo 5 ID 1 Cleveland (3-11 Drabowsky (8) Shaw (B) and Simmons; Grimsley (1-0) Bil- llngham (7) Gullett (B) Carroll (9) and Bench. HRi: San Diego 000 130 5 6 0 Monlreal 000 120 3 a 1 Grief (3-3) Schaetler (7) Corkini (P) and Kendall; Morton (1-2) Srrnhmayer (4) Walker (8) ancl Bnleman. HRs: SD (2) (31. San Francisco ow ool 1 B 0 NCW York 000 3 B 0 Stone, Johnson (1-2) (B) and Ra- Healy Gentry, Taylor (8) ..jella (1-0) (9) BHd Grcle. HR: sneler Chicago .Oil 000 6 0 Atlanta.....OM 000 050 Hands (7-1) and Hundley; Reed (l.-D Upshaw (9) and Williams. Plllsburgh WO 010 4 9 7 Houslon 010 100 000- 2 B 1 Blass (3-1) Mllkr (9) and SangulL len; Dierker (2-2) Ray (9) nnd Ed- wards. HRs: Hou- May LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Lee, SD........ 55 9 72 Slennell, Pgh 53 l 71 .W6 Tolan, Cin E7 18 34 J91 Torre, S1L fl? 11 31 .37H Sanguillen. P5h E3 1 33 .375 Cerinnn, Hou 0 3D .31S Monday, Chi fci 1-1 J? Alou, 5IL 7? B TB Hickman, Chi 4 15 71 .3ST L. May, Hou B9 16 31 Home runs: Colbert, San Diego, R; Aaron, Atlanta, L. May, V.'ynn, Hou- slon Kingmnn, San Francisco, 6. Runs balled In: Klngman, 2-1; Tolan, 71. Pilching 3 Decisions: J. Ray, Hou -Jon, i-0, Sutlon, Los Angeles, JO, Me Dowcll, San Francisco, 50, 1.000; Mar. shall, Monlreal, 3-0, Mallack, Ne-.v 3-0, Cliampicn Philddelphia, 3-0, 1.000. Detroit Cleveland IBalirmoro Bos'on New York Milwaukee i Oiiklfind......12 Ml 1 Chkogo .......li A 10 11 ..174 i'j California.....fl 13 -381 Kansas CMy 8 13 .381 711 TRIOAY'S RESULTS Texas 100 ooo Cleveland OCO 001 1 7 1 Bosman (2-d) Paul (7) Plna (9) flnd King, Billings Wilcox (-13) Col- bert (3) Lomb (6) RIddlcbsrqer (8) Farmer (B) and Fosse. HR: Detroit Al Kamai City Ballimori OOQ OM Chicago.....001 210 4 I 1 Cueliar (1-3) Lncnhard (5) Harrison (6) Wall (9) and Flcheharren, Wood Krflley (9) and Herrmann. HRs: New York 010 001 t f 1 California OM) 100 3 n 3 Kline (1-1) Lyle (B) and Clark Fiihur (7) (B) Bnd Kusnyer, Aicue (9.) HR5: Rloniberg (Jl. Cal-Cflrdenns Bcjion 041 000 001 1 13 T Oakland 1DO auD 100' i 13 I Sictcrl, Tiant Lee (II) (91 Ta- lum (12) and Montgomery; McLflin, Segul (3) Locker fB) Ffngen (1-1) (11) and Duncan. HRs, Bos Miller (1) Harper (I) (3.) Oak Duncan (5.) MHwaukei OGO 100 3DD DDQ 000 000 3 11 1 Minnesota.......100 020 ooo ooo 000 000 It 1 Parsons Slepnenson (5) Sanders (7) Limy (12) Colborn (15) and Porler; Woodson, LaRoche (7) Granger (10) Corbln (IS) Gebhard (18) Norton (21) and Mltlerwald, Roof (P) Dempsey LEAGUE LEADERS Breun, Win Pinson. Cal Cash. P. Kelly, Chi PinirllflV KC Brnhair.er, fie Treehan, Dst AB R H Pel. 55 7 71 ,3ft? 62 32 .33S NY 68 9 73 .338 Horro runs: Darwin, Cash, D. Allen, Chicago, Duncan, Oakland 5. P.uns bflllcd In: Darwin, CflKh Pilrhi'nn 3 Decision i: Ksal, Min- nfiola, 2-D, R. Woodson, Minnesoto, 3-D, 1.000; Lolich, Detroit, 5-1, .833. see them at: LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Avo. 5. Phono 327-8889 Closod Monday Opon Doily S.-30 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. They're here! STEEL BELTED TIRES The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever soldi ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 Itl South Phom 3374864-or 397-4441 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;