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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Memorial Cap big success A first for Cornwall Royals FIRST GOAL Cornwall Royals' Tony McCarthy (17) picked up an assist on Ihe play, watches the puck slida past Peterborough Petes' sprawled goalie Mike Veisor in Memorial Cup play in Ottawa Friday. Cornwall won the sudden-death final game 2-1. (AP Wirephoto) (iI- home lonight Jets need only one victory SPOKANE. Wafh. (AF) Spokane Jets' coach Norman Johnson Is confident the return of AlJan Cup play to the Jets' home ice tonight will give Spo- kane fans the chance to see their team win the cup. 3-5 In Hie best-of-seven series for the cup, the symbol of Cana- dian senior hockey supremacy. They moved back into the lead Saturday night by defeat- ing the Ontario club 7-3 In Kim- berley, B.C. The Flyers had The Jets lead Barrie Flyers I won the previous two games to tip. Ihp. scrips at two games Flyers' coach Barry! Sly said I Friday his team was glad to be OTTAWA (CP) For Ihe1 first time since competition for thc Memorial Cup began in 1019, Cornwall, OnL, is the home of Hie national junior hockey champions. The Royals, considered under- dogs in this year's three-way compel i Lion apninst Peterbor- ough Pelts, Ontario Hockey As- sociation champions, ami West- cm representatives Edmonton Oil Kings, stunned Hie experts and delighted their loyal fans willi a 2-1. win in Sunday's night sudden death game Petes for the title. "Thc toughest bunch of kids In the beamed their coach, Orval Tcssicr, tho Quebec Junior Hockey League champions skated off with the upset victory. j Tliis was the first test of a new round-robin format for the Memorial Cup, bringing to- gether Quebec, Ontario and Western Canada junior champi- ons. Although all three coaches spoke against the round-robin series to decide M liicli two teams would play in the sud- den-death game, thc series was a success on the ice and at the box office. All lour games were reasona- bly close and provided good hockey. And more than fans attended the Civic Centre for the games for a gate of ap- proximately The Canadian Amateur Association, governing body oC amateur hockey, also announced during S u n d a y 's game Lhat all three major jun- ior leagues have agreed to play Ihe same type of series next year. The 01IA, Quebec and West- ern Canada leagues also agreed lo move towards uniform regu- lations and rules and to con- Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park rac.9 results Sfllurday. longs. apiece Two weekend games were back on Canadian ice. but Spo- plaved in Kimberley because kane turned the change to their Spokane ice had been previously advantage Saturday, dominat- commilfed. I ing Ihe scoring throughout. A seventh game, if necessary. TOUGTI ICE FOR JETS will be played here Tuesday. Taber, Native Sons earn victories Lacrosse league opens Taber Ebony Hawks and Ihei Saturday nlglit In Taber the Lethbridge Native Sons started j bounced the Premiers off on the right foot as they j 10-2 while Sunday the Native officially opened the new Soulh- Sous edged Llie powerful ern Alberta Lacrosse League, Shammrocks 7-5. Tn Sunday's contest some 150 the match at the mark of the final period. Doug Kakama, who tallied his first marker in lacrosse competition tied the game and on the weekend. Tn Sunday's contest some 150 then" watched The new SALL 'will operate spectators gathered at thc iDwayne Kitchener with four teams in the 1972 sea- Henderson Lake Ice Centre to j dub the lead 34 seconds later. teammate give his The win was only the second for Spokane on Kimberley ice tins season. They played Kim berley Dynamiters in the West- ern International Hockey League during the regular M-hedulc. In Saturday's game, Barrie moved into an early lead with two goals from Ron Robinson in the first four minutes of play. Spokane quickly substituted Russ Gillow for goalie Dave Cox, and from then on look- over. Don Scherza banged in a goal for the Jets less than a minute son with two reprcsenUlu cs from Calgary and one each from Lethbridge and Taber. The Calgary entries are the Premiers end the Shamm- nxk5. cheer the local Native Sons to victory. Trailing M after the first period and 4-3 after the second Ihe Native Sons finnllv evened were Ken Boychuk. Phil Legge, Bill Shaw, Jerry St. Jean and Don Kitchen. Tim Benstcad paced Calgary j'.vith two goals while Grant Gene DeGroot and Lowell Nichol added singletons. The Iv. n clubs split 2d miner infractions railed during the three periods of play. I lUcam1. bile in Taber Sat- cente Zarazua, playing captain hest Canada could offer in Ron Chmielewski for the Mexican Davis Cup bles competition in Davis Cup lhrce team, said before play began he I wlLhm flvc tn 1hc was confident of his team's abil- ity to defeat Canada in tJic best-of-five challenge round. later and Ron Huston added the first of his three markers befors Other Lethbridge sco r e r s i Canada ousted VANCOUVER (CP) Vi-' never even lost a set against the His confidence was borne out 35 the two teams completed three days of competition Sun- day with Mexico taking a 3-2 I I j live imnuins 10 spur the Mike Bclkin, the Canadian IIawks to 'heir convincing 30-2 (cam captain, and 22-year-old ovcr thc Premiers. Dale Power of Toronto broke Cbmielcwski tallied al the thai record in taking one set, i and mark of but thc Mexicans took three olh-1 Llie first period. ers, and the match. Saturday. The Hawks were never In Zarazua and Joanuin Loyo real trouble durinp the cn- and Uie right to meet Mnyo defeated Ihe pair 6-4, counter as I hey held fi-0 and the defending Davis Cup cham-1 6-3.. pion United States team. "We thought before the series began that it would come down to the Zarazun said. "We were very confident of taking the doubles. After all, we have never lost a double game against Canada." DREARY HKPICTITTON For the Canadian side, In fact, the Mexicans had round was a dreary rrpclilion nf last year's Mexico City round, in v.hicli .Mexico also won 3-2. Mike Belkin look two singles matches, as he did in Mexico City, but. Canada couldn't man- age another point. 9-0 period leads. Roper McAdam, Ken Gropus the and Ron Low added two finals apiece in the Hawks victory while Am Thompson chipped in wjLh one. Wayne Jnrdon and Tan Tra- quair replied for the Premiers. League action will resume Tuesday night when thc Native Eric Sutcliffe, Brian Harper and Huston scored for Spokane in the second period, then Hus- ton and Ken Gustafson scored in the third before John McMillan got Uie final Barrie goal mid- way through the period. GOALIE PULLED Barrie goalie Gerry Me- Namara was pulled from the game early in the second period after he was hit in the leg by the puck. Flyers' manager Jim Short said M c N a m a r a 's leg was bruised and that he also pulled a muscle but probably bi back in action tonight. "The in- jury is more sore than Short said. Ken Payne, the Flyers' repi. lar goalie, took over for his first appearance in Uie serirs. McNam ara was pi ck pd up from Orillia Terriers for the series. Johnson, commenting nn the Jets' win Saturday, said: "Jl can attributed to the fact that they got back to [lie basics and the basics are what However, Short accounted for WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM N.A. TITLE BOUT: KAMATA VS THORNTON PORTZ vs BRUTUS-5 Bouts (.he win this way: "We (Barrio) Insi nnr gnt. slnpny in Sons will [rave', tn Taber tor a our own end and (lie Jets' were lilt against the Ilnwks al ii-30 able lo lake advantage of our linue to acknowledge the CAHA as their governing body. Sunday's winning goal was the result of a hooking penalty to Peterborough's Danny Gloor. His two-minute sentence was up and he was just about lo skate back Into play when Corn- wall's Gary McGregor put the puck past Fetes Mike Veisor to make it 2-1 early in Ihe final period. The Royals hung on grimly from Iherc to the final bell but tliere were some tense moments as the Ontario champions tested Cornwall goalie Hichard Bro- deur. GOALIE THE DIFFERENCE Brodeur's brilliant work was (he difference in Uie light baltle and it came as little surprise that he was named not only to the tournament's all-star team but also walked off wilh the Conn Stafford Smythe trophy, awarded for the first time to the tourney's most valuable player. The Conn Stafford Smythe tro- phy was donated this year by the family of the late Stafford Smythe to honor his long-time involvement in junior hockey. Also named to the all-star team were defencemen Colin Campbell of the Petes and Bob Murray of Cornwall; centre Gerry Teeple of Ihe Royals, and wingers Bob Smulers of the Peles and Dave Johnson of the Royals. This was Peterborough's first loss in the week of hockey. They earlier had defeated Royals 6-4 and Oil Kings 4-2 to qualify for the final game. This also was the second time a Peterborough team played ajid lost in the Memorial Cup. They lost lo a Winnipeg team 33 years ago. Referee Joe Cnssidy of Cal- gary assessed 7G minutes in penalties in the first period along with a game misconduct lo Craig Brown of tlie Peles, Only seven minor penalties were called in the rest of {he game, as the teams settled rinwn tn brilliant, fwn-wav plav in the second and third periods lo get rounds of applause fiorn Ihe fans. ngs. Frencsi (Barroby) 5.70 3.80 3.10, Greek Touch (V.'alion) 7.00 5.10, Klon- dike Dave (Kipling) J-20. Time: level, North Lynn, Khula, Julie's Auction, Cfiinoi Lynn also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 lurlongs Haydens Belle (Hedge) J3.20 13.50 Tropical Treasure (McCauley) 3.40 3.40, Brown Page (Billlngsley) 7.30. Time Mister Bountiful Dreaming Demon, Western Arrow, Wolfs Go Go, Flying Phil also ran. DAILY DOUBLE 1123.20 THIRD si.JOO, claiming 2 year olds, 3 f r- j longs. Sco'ch Indian (Kipling) 4.10 d.OO 3 20, i Fablenne (Barroby) 5. JO 4.00, Gollon I 0 Gold (Whillle) 4.10. I Time 35 1-5. Grandin Park. Baby P i e, M y 1 Meteor, Caesar's Boy, Magrendslr also QUINELLA HI- 10. ANDY CAPP TOUR THB3W ANDY 'LOGS OVER THE THEY AREN'T. EEC, IT'S SCOTS.' FLO GOT THEW ATA JUMBLE SALE-1 TAKE A SEVEN AN SOME BLOKE? 'L BELIEVE ANYTHIN THESE TENS ll.dOO, claiming, 4 year olds end up, 7 furlongs. Courteous (Shields) 17.20 J.20 3.40, Hungry hawk (Barroby) 4.50 3.00, Amber Day (Watson) -1.50. Time A-S. Kiiam Old Army, Oulfoot, Joy's Tally, Lois 0 Zip also ran. FIFTH 1MQQ, claiming, 3 year olds, S fur- longs. Lady Tyrone (Norrlil 6-00 3.SO 3.30, Grand Com-riand (McCaulpy) 3.30 2.80, Tol-do Royal (Kipling) -J.70. 1 5. Davey'a Hope, Law, Samson Jones, Lonesomi Roed also ran. EXACTOR J21.30- SIXTH SI ,600, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Carlcss Cat (Hedge) 11.60 5.40 4.BO, Freeway Flyer (Kipling) 3.70 3.70, Low- boss (Hamill) 6.30. Time 1-5. Merry Muffet Shootalong S 0 I 0 r Record, Pedce "Le Blue, koyal Deal also ran. SEVENTH SI ,700, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 lurlongs. Jun5 Ken Pol (Berroby) 9.40 350, Hewlnsum (Stadnyk) 2.00 2.80, Tufuna (Shields) 3.70. Tall Ridge, Lonley Street. The Who. Here Comes L'cki ca ran. Track Scrslcfi Explwats. EIGHTH claiming, year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Makro Presto (McCauley) fl.OO 3.90 330, Big Den (Slndnyk) 2.60 2.20 Brybe Bee (Ghields) 2.30. Time 2-i- Pencil Hum, LOVB Your Hosf, 5oo Ume also ran, NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Now Iran (Barroby) 33-9f> 9.50 5.00, Main (Whillle) 3.30 2.BO, Jnbber- wocky (Levine) 3.BO. Time S. Flower De May, El Crtsso, Sparrow- hawk, Tlnga Page, Marnl also QUINELLA 174.70. All becomes a father PHILADELPHIA f AP) wife of former heavyweight box- ing champ Muhammad All gave birth Sunday afternoon to a sev- en-pound, four-ounce boy, their first son and the couple's fourth child. Ali, who once told reporters: "I've got lo get me a boy be- cause all these women in the house sure can raise named him Muhammad Ali Jr. Ali, 30. and his wife, Belinda, 2.1, also have three girls, twins Reeshcmah and Jamillah, 2, and Maryuin, 4. A spokesman for the Women's Medical College of Penasyl- vania Hospital, where the baby was born at p.m., EOT Sunday, said everything was normal in Hip delivery Belinda is Ali's second wife. They live in nearby Cherry Hill, N. J. RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Simpsons-Sears Your Headquarters Tor Dependable, Prnlerfivc, Ilcniilifnl Roofing Conic In lo Your Nciircsl Siinpsori's-Scnrs Store or Phoilc' most likely cluh WHA teams will take Parent OTTAWA CCP) At leapt three World Hockey Association clubs have said they are willing lo pick up Roalie Bernie Par- ent's contract frnm the defunct Miami Screaming Eagles, says Krl Fit kin, an administrative as- sistant to the WHA president. Filkin raid in an intcrvic-u- lh.il Kntflaml Whalers and I Minnesota Fighting Saints are in the market for the Toronto Leafs' goalie if he still is willing to switch leagues. Thc third club said to be In- terested in Parent is one of two new cities being considered for WIIA franchises. The best bet is Philadelphia. Filkin sjiirl llnl if Parent ATTENTION PILOTS AIRCRAFT FOR HOURLY RENT Competitive Ratos 1971 CESSNA 172 1972 CHEROKEE 140 SOUTHWEST AVIAT50N UD. Phono 327-1561 Hcinflcr 7 Ulhbridflo, Alln. agrees to join any of the three Bill Hunter of Edmonton Oil clubs, his three-year said to he be guaranteed by the WIIA. General managers from the 10 WHA clubs were in Ottawa over Lhe weekend lo discuss pol- icies on such fldministrfllivo mailers as rules, number of players lo be carried and train- ing ca.mps. JMOST RAMK While Ihe new league '.rill po nlnng most rules now in force in thc National Hockey League, one change being consi- dered Is playing overtime. No firm announcements as lo signings of players were re- vealed by the general managers rd a news conference. Most of the said Miry would be making an- nouncemrnls of signings of NUT, players nc.xl week in Iho.ir hnmr Kings, for example, said he had "in my pocket signed contracts of two young NHL players." Filkin said Ibat none of the NHL players signed are in the super-star category. Rut the WIIA was more con- cerned wilh light competition, he said. That would attract I Filkin lold Ihe news confer- I hat in clubs already have posted bonds and will be dcfl- nilc starters next season, "A (Mimic decision on two olhcr franchises will be made in Quebec Cily next he said. WIIA trustees meet in the Quebec capital Monday nnd Tuesday. Filkin said Ihe WIIA was hav- ing liic some (roubles ns any nl.hrr new leapio bul none were Mackie confined lo lios-pilal OTTAWA (CP) Keilh Mackie, Edmonton Oil Kings de- fenceman, will remain in hospi- tal here at least five days re- covering from an eye injury suf- fered in Friday's Memorial Cup game. Mackie has a lorn Iris caused when a deflected puck struck his eye. He was wearing conlact lens at the time of Ihe Injury. Dr. A. G. Watson said Sunday that surgery would not be nec- essary but a close watch must be kept on thc eye in case o[ renewed bleeding. "I don't think it will affect hlj playing said the doc- tor. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE New YwV Philadelphia Monlriral Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis... 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