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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, May 28. 1971 Giacomin, Tremblay crack monopoly MONTREAL (CP) - Four high-scoring Boston Bruins won places on the National Hockey League all-star team announced today while New York Rangers provided the goalie and Montreal Canadiens took a defence spot. Stasiuk ivants time to think THIRTY-THREE YEAR PAYOFF - Great Britain's Walker Cup team captain Michael Bonallack Thursday holds the Walker Cup after the British team beat the U.S. team In the amateur golf competition for the first time in 33 years. Beaten by the American team 21 times in the 50 year old competition, Britain won it this year, 13 points to 11. Race results CALGARY (CP) - Race results Thursday from Victoria Park. First St ,400 claiming, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs Lyndon Valley (Shields) 15.50 8.60 6.60 Fare Speed (L. Wiseman) 5.60 3.30 Andy's Rouser (Whittle) 3.30 Time: 1:33 Miss Tally, Reverse Current, Saucy Susie, Peppy Pierre, Holly's Image also ran Second SI ,500 claiming, 4 year olds and up, mile and V'a Chantage (Jackowlak) 3.20 2.80 2.B0 x-Sllver Dandy (Barroby) 3.10 4.10 x-Pretty talk (Coombs) 7.00 8.00 Time 1:59 4-5 Sharon's Star, Bazia, Grand Charm, Cantlnel, Merry Sailor also ran. DAILY DOUBLE $37.60 X-Dead Heat Third S1.500 claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Chlm Cheree (Norrls) 5.90 3.40 2.70 Bull Hunk (Barroby) 5.30 3.90 Flying Phil (Whittle) 3.50 Time 1:29 4-5 Prince D'Reaburn, Blue Twist, Sickle's Queen also ran OUINELLA $22.00 Track Scratch: Miss Kaysuecon Fourth $1,500 claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs ENSO'S BARBER SHOP COLLEGE MALL Grin Tin Tin (Coombs) 7.20 4.80 3.00 Dark Susan (Hunt) 6.10 3.90 I Miss You (Blllingsley) 3.10 Time: 1:30 Lady's Trip, Hellen Grey, Noble Cone, Flambe, Bold Leader also ran, Fifth $1,500 claiming, 3 year olds, 7 furlongs Clothes Fashion (Jackowlak) 5.20 4.80 3.00 Fool Trade (Kipling) 4.10 3.00 Two Pence Tiki (Rycroft) 3.60 Time 1:30 1-5 Some Hand, Flying Clem, Hopplna Hope, Rullah County, Speedy Kim also ran EXACTOR $29.90 Sixth $1,700 claiming, 4 year olds and up 7 furlongs Cash Deposit (Gold) 8.40 4.40 3.60 Crow's Mile (Ryan) 8.60 6.50 Little Gypsy (Rasmussen) 8.00 Time 1:29 1-5 Bronselene, Raider Boy, Air Strike, Paddygoeasy also ran Track Scratch - Careless Sun Seventh $2,000 Alberta Rose handicap, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs More Travel (Hedge) 4.20 4.00 2.1 Blue Bonus (Stadnyk) 4.30 3.00 Obaro's Babe (Norrls) 3.50 Time 1:27 3-5 Janice Marie, Sweet Byeandbye. Dark Star's Girl, Singing Surf also ran Eighth $1,400 claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Gay Circle (Jackowiak) 11.20 4.50 5.00 (correct) Dexter Boy (D. Wiseman) 6.60 4.1 Lisa B Good (Ryan) 4.60 Time 1:29 1-5 My E s c u d o, Kltcatla, Anita D. Something High, Bon Anie also ran OUINELLA $15.50 CBC RADIO PRESENTS THE 55th ANNUAL INDIANAPOLIS 500 Live From Indianapolis Speedway A 33 car line-up including Mike Mosley, Lloyd Ruby, Bill Vukovitch, Peter Rev-son, A. J. Foyt, Bobby Unser, and Mario Andretti will vie for a total purse of over $1 million. CBC Commentator Don Grey joins the Indianapolis Speedway Broadcast network for this exciting event. DON'T MISS THE "INDY" 500 . . . LIVEI TOMORROW 8:30 A.M. CBR 1010 Your CBC Radio Network Station Serving Southern Albuti Four Bruins on first team Defenceman Bobby Orr and centre Phil Esposito-of the Bruins were unanimous picks. Joining them were Boston team-mates right winger Ken Hodge and left winger John Bucyk, goalie Ed Giacomin of New York and defenceman Jean-Claude Tremblay of Montreal. The second team consists of goaltender Jacques Plants of Toronto Maple I�afs, defence-men Brad Park of New York and Pat Stapleton of Chicago, centre Dave Keon of Toronto, Suddenness was a shock PHILADELPHIA (CP) - Vic Stasiuk found the 1970-71 National Hockey League season coming back to haunt him Thursday. He was fired as coach of Philadelphia Flyers. Stasiuk will remember last year as one of conflict in which his methods of coaching were criticized several times by his own players. General manager Keith Allen, who made the announcement, said: "It was something I hated to do. But it was something I felt had to be done for the good of the team." The Flyers finished third in the West, then were knocked off four straight by Chicago Black Hawks in the quarter-finals of Stanley Cup play. The strife between Stasiuk and his players loomed publicly late in the season when a team veteran, who asked at the time not to be identified, said he felt 'I'm on a checkerboard." "Apparently Vic doesn't understand the logic of keeping the same players together. I'm not saying he shouldn't make line changes once in a while, but to do it so often is stupid." After Chicago's second playoff victory over the Flyers this year, in which Stasiuk, a 13-year player in the NHL attempted to stifle Hawks' Bobby Hull by deploying left wingers to check a left winger, veteran Simon Nolet was fingered for allowing the Golden Jet to score two early goals. "Nobody can stop a guy like that," said Nolet who seemed at the time more concerned that his long-time linemate, Andre Lacroix, a 20-goal scorer, should have been benched during the game. "He tries everything else but he keeps 20-goal men on the bench. He's too busy thinking of other things; and he can only think of a few things at a time." Yip throws one hitter Stasiuk, with a year to run on his two-year contract, has been asked to remain with the team as a scout. The Lethbridge native coached in the Philadelphia organization five years, two with Jersey Devils of the Eastern League and two with Quebec Aces of the American League before moving up to the Flyers during the 1969-70 season. He said he was shocked by the suddenness of his dismissal end wanted more time to consi-fer his future. Allen said the club hasn't considered a replacement. ANDY CAPP lBUMPEblKB TOM B*W�  IN THE HI3H STREET, ^ 'E CAUGHT ME FDR THAT THIRTY BOB VOM OWE 'IM- THAT WAS VERYSWRPTj OF NOU, PET - Bowman called by Montreal? Tom Yip fired a one-hitter as he led the Labor Club to 10-0 romp over Nu-Mode in Lethbridge Senior Men's Fastball League action Thursday night. In the second contest of the evening the Contractors came back in their last times at bat to trim the M and K Generals 10-9. Bob Setoguchi blasted a home run and added a single to pace the Labor Club at the plate while Terry Rhodes and Mike Letal chipped in with a double apiece. Allan Barva spoiled Yip's bid for a no-hitter with a single in the second inning. Trailing 9-5 in the bottom of the last inning of play the Contractors roared back with five runs. Aron Clements was the hero of the night as he connected for a single with two out and allowed the run at third to score. Ron Zasadny picked up the mound victory while Dennis Allen had to settle with the loss. In the hitting department Don Deitzen and Barry House both stroked three singles for the Contractors while Cal O'Brien poked out two singles for the Generals. HALIFAX (CP) - The Chronicle-Herald says it has learned that Scotty Bowman will be named coach of Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League. The newspaper said it had learned from Montreal sources that Al MacNeil has resigned as coach of the Stanley Cup champions that the club has come to terms with Bowman, former general manager and coach of St. Louis Blues. The story said MacNeil's future plans were uncertain, although he had been offered another position within the Montreal organization. MacNeil coached the team to third place in the regular season and through three series to the Stanley Cup victory. During the final against Chicago he became involved in a controversy with centre Henri Richard, who was quoted as saying MacNeil was the worst coach he ever played for. Richard later said he meant only that MacNeil had coached one bad game and that as a rookie he was bound to make mistakes. RESIGNED FROM BLUES Bowman, after four successful seasons with the Blues, resigned at the end of the NHL schedule. He started his hockey career in the Montreal organization and from 1954 to 1957 coached and supervised the Canadiens amateur system. For the next two years he was assistant to Sam Pollock as manager and coach of Hull-Ottawa Junior Canadiens. He later coached and man aged Peterborough in the OHA iunior A league for three years and in 1961 was named the Canadiens head scout for Eastern Canada. He returned to coaching in 1964 with Montreal Junior Canadiens, leaving the Canadiens to ioin St. Louis in June of 1966. He coached the Blues to the Stanley Cup finals for three successive years. After the 1969-70 season, Bowman decided to devote all his time to the post of general manager of the club with Al Arbour taking over as coach. But late this season he resumed his coaching role. MacNeil, a native of Sydney, N.S., coached Montreal Voya-geurs in 1969-70 after a successful coaching term in Houston. At the start of this season he was named assistant coach of the Canadiens and was named head coach after Claude Ruel resigned. Cubs host "Kids Night" The Lethbridge Cubs will host the Lethbridge Miners in a Southern Alberta Senior Baseball contest tonight. Tonight's encounter is tabbed as "Kids Night" and any youngster 12 years or under may enter the gates free of charge if accompanied by an adult. An additional treat is in store for the kids as they will be given a chance to win the many prizes to be drawn throughout the evening. The game itself should be a treat as the two clubs will be fighting for sole possession of first place in the early season, WANTED ONE EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Dunlop Ford, Southern Alberta's total transportation centre has an opening for one car salesman. If you are a top producer and wish to handle a leading line of both cars and trucks and would like to operate out of the most modern automotive facility in Southern Alberta, please contact: LYNDEN FOSTER General Sales Manager, Dunlop Ford Sales Mayor Magrath Drive and 16th Avenue South PHONE 328-8861 Stockers to race Sunday The quiet which had settled over the Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds during the winter will be shattered Sunday evening. It's stock car time again. Sunday evening, commencing at five o'clock, the 1971 season of stock car racing, sponsored by the Southern Alberta Auto Racers', will get under way in full force. A total of 14 races will be staged Sunday starting at six o'clock following the five o'clock time trials. Cars from various parts of southern Alberta will be on hand to take part in B, C and Sportsman V-8 races. Better than $1,000 in prize money will be up for grabs the first evening of action. A number of new oars have been added to the local club for the coming year and all will be out in full force to make their presence felt on opening night. Three of last year's top drivers, Wayne Bailey, Tom Ayerhart and George Barring-ton, enjoyed successful outings over the holiday weekend at Calgary bringing home more than their share of winnings. The trio, who compete in V-8 Sportsman races, have already set the stage for some top-notch competition. right winger Yvan Coumoyer of Montreal and left winger Bobby Hull of Chicago. Each member of the first team receives $2,000 from the NHL while second-team choices receive $1,000. There was a rare tie for the defence position with Tremblay and Park each gaming 121 points in the poll among members of the Professional Hockey Writers', Association in the 14 NHL cities. Tremblay was awarded the first-team berth since he collected more first-place votes than Park. Tremblay had a 14 to 11 edge. Points were awarded on the basis of five for a first-place choice, three (or a second and cne for a third. HOWE AND HULL MISS For the first time in 16 years, Gordie Howe of Detroit Red Wings is not a member of either the first or second team; and for the first time in eight years, Bobby Hull is not on the first team. Orr and Esposito are the only two holdovers from last year's first team. Giacomin was on the second team in 1969-70 and Park rnd Hull were both on the first team. The appearance of four Bruins on the first team marked the first time in the 41-year history of the league that Boston has had four players named to the first team and the 13th time cne team has had as many players selected to the first team. It is only the fourth time one team has had all three forward positions on the first team. Esposito, who scored 76 goals and 76 assists for 152 points during the regular NHL season, is making his third straight appearance as first-team all-star centre. Orr, who was runner-up to Esposito in the scoring race with 139 points, is making his fourth straight appearance on the first team. Orr earlier copped the Hart Trophy for the league's most valuable player and the Norris Trophy as the NHL's top defenceman. Hodge, a 105-point man during the regular season, is making his first appearance on the all-star team while Bucyk, a 116-point man during the season was a second-team choice in 1967-68. Tremblay was a second-team pick in 1967-68 and Plante is making his first appearance on either all-star squad since 1961-62. He is making his seventh appearance as an all-star, including four selections to the second team. Both Keon and Coumoyer had one previous second-team selection-Keon in 1961-62 and Cour-noyer in 1968-69. They'll settle it out on the track INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The month of May has seen record speeds, innovations in aero-dynamics and electronics and a surprise pole sitter at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The story will be completed Saturday with the 55th running of the Indy 500. Thirty-three cars will begin the race at 7 a.m. MST with Peter Revson of New York, in his bright orange Team McLaren Mark 16, one the pole. Revson surprised favored Mark Donohue two weeks ago by edging the boyish-faced graduate engineer for the inside spot on the first row with an average speed for the four-lap trial of 178.696 miles an hour. Donohue's speed, good enough for the middle of the first row, was 177.087. Filling out the front row is Bobby Unser who drove his Ea-gle-Offenhauser to an average of 175.816. Donohue, who became the first and only man to average more than 180 m.p.h. on a lap around the 2%-mile track, remains the co-favorite along with three-time winner A. J. Foyt, Houston, Tex. The three men who have won the 500 since the last of Foyt's three 500 victories in 1967 will all be starting the race in the first three rows of the 11-row field. Bobby Unser won the race in 1968. His younger brother, Al, the pole-sitter and winner last year, will start between Foyt and Revson's team-mate, Denis Hulme of New Zealand, in the second row. Mario Andretti, who won the side of the third row with his 1969 race, will start on the out-new German-built McNamara-Ford specially built for Andy Granatelli's team. This year's starting field of 33 cars averaged 171.665 miles an hour in qualifying, 4.526 m.p.h. faster than last year's starters. Eye injury a serious one REGINA (CP) - Doctors say Ed McQuarters, all-star tackle for Saskatchewan Roughriders oftheWestern Football Conference, may lose the sight of the eye he injured in a home workshop accident last weekend. Dr. Jack Turnbull said: "It is just not possible at this time to tell if Ed will be able to play or to what extent his eye has been injured. "There is a strong possibility that he may not be able to play this year and there is the same possibility that he may lose the sight of his left eye." ^so) Moore's Esso Service �4w Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Oil Product*  Imptrial  Ice  Stereo Tapes  Garden Supplies  Ammunition  Atlas Products  Bar-B-Q Supplies DON'T FORGET - WE HAVE  Fishing Licences  Tackle  Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from S a.m. to S p.m. licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES East W L Pet. GBL .. . 28 17 .622 _ . .. 25 16 .610 1 .. 26 18 .591 V/2 .... 18 19 .486 6 .. . 20 24 .455 7Va 16 26 .381 West J .. 32 14 .696 - .. .23 22 .511 m . . 22 24 .478 10 . ..22 24 .478 10 .. 18 27 .400 13'/a .. . 13 32 .289 leva NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis ... New York . Pittsburgh . Montreal .. Chicago ... Philadelphia San Francis Houston ... Los Angeles Atlanta ... Cincinnati . San Diego . TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Pappas (5-5) at Pittsburgh Walker (1-5) N Atlanta Reed (5-2) at St. Louis Cleveland (4-2) N Houston Wilson (4-2) at Cincinnati Gullett (5-2) N Philadelphia Short (3-6) at Los Angeles Downing (3-2) N New York Seaver (5-2) at San Diego Arlln (1-6) N Montreal Renko (4-3) at San Francisco Stone (3-2) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati .. .010 100 000- 2 7 0 Pittsburgh .. .220 010 OOx- 5 9 0 Merrltt (0-7) McGlothlln (7) and Bench; Ellis (6-3) and Sangulllen. HRs: Pgh-Clement* (5) Sangulllen (2). San Francisco 00* NO 100- 1 4 2 Los Angeles .. 210 101 OOx- I I I Bryant (5-2) Cumberland (5), Re-berger (8) and DIetz; Sutton (2-5) and Sudakls. HRs: LA-Sudakls (3). SF- DIetz (7). Atlanta ...... 100 001 000- 4 S 0 Montreal .. .. 000 100 000- 1 4 0 Kelley (1-0) and Dldler. McAnally (1-5) Raymond (8) and Boccabella. HR: Atl-Aaron (15). Chicago..... 000 000 000- 0 2 0 St. Louis .. .. 230 000 23x-10 16 ( Jenkins (8-4) Newman (7) Colborn (8) and Hundley, Cannlzzaro (5); Zachary (2-1) and McNertney. HRs: W-Zachary, (2-1). AMERICAN LEAGUE East Boston ... Baltimore . Detroit ... Cleveland New York Washington W L 28 15 . 24 17 24 20 18 24 18 24 Pet. GBL .651 .585 .545 .429 .429 3 4Vj 9'A 9Vi 17 28 .378 12 West Oakland .......31 16 .660 Minnesota ..... 23 22 .511 7 Calltornla .....22 24 .478 8% Kansas City .. . 20 22 .476 8V3 Milwaukee .. .. 17 23 .425 W/2 Chicago....... 16 23 .410 11 TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore McNally (6-3) at Minnesota Perry (6-3) N Detroit Cain (1-0) at Milwaukee Parsons (5-4) N Cleveland McDowell (3-5) it Chicago Johnson (4-5) N' Kansas City Wright (0-2) It Washington McLaln (4-7) N California Messersmlth (4-5) at New York Kline (4-3) N Oakland Blue (10-1) at Boston Sle-bert (8-1) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Washington .. 001 001 000- 2 11 1 Boston 020 040 OOx- 4 9* Bosman (2-7) Grzenda (6) Plna (8) and Casanova) Peters (6) Plna (8) and Montgomery. HRs: Bos - Smith (9) Petrocelll (6). Minnesota .. .001 000 020- 111 Milwaukee .. . Ota 000 21x- 5 7 1 Kaat, Hall (1-4) (8) Perrancskt (8) and Ratllff, Mltterwald (8); Pattln (5-4) Sanders (9) and Rodriguez. HRs'; Mln-Ratliff (2). Cleveland .. .. 01S 001 1M-1S17  Baltimore .. 000 040 010- 5 7 1 Dunning (5-2) Hennlgan (9) and Fosse; Palmer, Jackson (3) Dukes (0-3) (6) Hardin (6) Hall (8) Rlchert (9) and Hendricks. HR: Bal-Powell (8). New York .. . 000 200 001- 3 S S Detroit .. ....010 003 00X- 4 4  Peterson (4-4) Waslewskl (7) and Munson; Lollch (B-3) and Freehan. HRs: Def-Horton (10), NY-Murcer (7) Ellis (2). KELLY SPRINGFIELD SPECIAL G-70-15 WIDE OVALS With Raised White S^^^ 95 Letters ONLY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 1st Ave South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;