Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 26
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NHL Bruins Take 3-2 Series Lead After Drubbing The LA Kings 7-1 By TV Associated Press Boston Coach- Don 'Cherry ' says All-Star. delensoman Brad Park still is only about 75 to 80 per. cent recovered i from: knee surgery less-than seven weeks ago. But it may take the Los Angeles. Kings longer Shan that to recover from Park. ·:'. Park, whose left knee' went under the knife in February lo repair torn cartilage.' scored two-goals and had two as'sists in Boston's 7-1 drubbing of the Kings. The victory gave Boston a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven National Hockey League quarter-final series. - . : ; . . "I feel good, holier with ev- shifts I feel belter tliati on oth° ers. but I don't think-about any hing like tint oil the ice I Irj to pla -K cording to the tempo of the game ' .°|' e of Park's goals came- vnile the Bruins were short handed and (he other came on * power pla\ Park plajed well bul h e s still onK.,75 to 80 per cent fullj lack arid has got quite a .way o HO," Cherry said; "However, t's sure nice lo have him." "Now v/c have lo go hack lome and win Thursday night." said (he Kings' Marcel Dioime, whose first-period goal got Los Angeles off to an early lead. , In the other twb'NIIL, playoff games Tuesday, night, Philadelphia whipped Toronto- 7-1. and the New York Islanders beat Buffalo 4-3. The Flyers and Islanders each lead Ihei'r series 1-2. These three series-Montreal already lias eliminated Chicago- all change venue for games Thursday. Don Saleski scored three goals, two in a 1:33 span in Ihe second period uhcn Phila delphia -scored Ih'ree times, to power the defending - Stanley Cup ' champion Flyers past Toronto. Bill Barber gave the .Flyers - 1-0 Irad at 3:55-6f the first period, when'.he ..poked 'a live footer ' ' past Maple Leafs goalie \V ns ne Thomas who was partial!} Houston Aeros Open Chase For 3rd WHL Title Tonight screened. -Then Thomas and Philadelphia'goalie Bcrnic Parent-took over and neither team scored until Saleski set off the Flyers' burl at 10:04 of the second period. .Twenty-eight seconds later, Toronto's Bob Necly lifted a 12- footcr over Parent's shoulder and the score was 2-1, But 52 seconds later, Gary Dorhpefcr sEecrcd in a shot by Larry Goodcnough, and it was only another 13 seconds before Salestki deflected in Bob Kct ly's bullet from the left circle Saleski scored his third goal at 4rl7 of tiic third period. Islanders dc-fcnseman Bcrl Marshall, an 11-year NHL voter an, scored his first goal of the season, with 19 seconds left in the game to beat Buffalo. Marshall said the piickV was a foot off thfi ice when I hit it, think he (Sabres -goalie Gerry Desjardins).was screened on it -There were a couple of guys i front of him. Marshall was surprised tha his shot; which he claims is on of the slowest in the league went m You usiullj can read the la bel on rnv ahots he said Midland Still Unbeaten In Texas League By The Assoc'falcil Press Division leaders Midland and jafaycUe triumphed in the only Texas League games played Tuesday night. Midland, unbeaten after its ,wo games in the West, bested Amarillo -1-1. LaFayctte. pacesetter in the East wilh n half game .edge on Shrevcporl after seven outings, . spoiled Aransas' home ojiener 6-1. The El Paso at * San Antonio game was rained out and other clubs had open dales. · ' : -Midland lettlmnder Steve Gamrick teamed ' w i t h reliefer Gary J'jnge for a four-hit effort in beating Amarillo whose Bob Shirley also hurled a four hitter but lost. The winners picked up single runs in the second 'ant fourth innings..and added a · pair in''the! fifth on a .walk, two in field hits, a sacrifice fly and an error. A full set of-games' is schcd uled tonight with · Amarillo a Midland LafajeEte at Ar kansas, El Paso at San Antonio ind Shreveport at Jackson. ( MiiBniiiifliiiiiiinniiwiraiiiimwminMimiT Professional Basketball By The Associated Press NBA Playoffs Quarter-finals Tuesday's KesulU Phoenix 130, Seattle ; 114, Phoenix leads series 3-1. Golden State 127, Detroit 103, Golden Stale leads series'1-0. Wednesday's Games. Cleveland at Washington, Cleveland leads series 2-1. Buffalo at Boston, first game Thursday's Games Washington at Cleveland Detroit at Golden Slate Friday's Game Buffalo at. Boston · . · ABA Playoffs Semifinals Rcst-nf-7 Scries Wednesday's Garhes Penver at Kentucky New York at San Antonio Thursday's Games Kentucky at Denver-Sunday's. Games Denver at Kentucky, 'after neon, if necessary : '. San Antonio at New'York, 1 necessary Nerthwwt Arttoiwcrt TIMES, Wed,, Aprit 21, 1976 · FATETTEVlLrE. ARKANSAS ' ., ; · · Nets-Spars Sixt/i Meeting = Should Be A Heated Afftiir By The Associated Press ;. There's no love lost between .he New York Nets and San An- .onio Spurs, and tonight's sixth game of their American Has* kclball Association playoff series promises to be a healed affair. The last time the clubs met in San Antonio, the game was marred by an all-mil brawl in which the Spurs' George Karl and the -Nets' Brian Taylor were the initial combatants, but the Nets* Rich Jones--a former Spur--was the most effective. A f f e r t h a t game, San Antonio General Manager John Beg/os called Jones "Garbage with a capital G. Trash." Nets Coach Keven . Loiighery was incensed at that remark and accused Begxos of "inciting hysteria and "trying to incite a riot." AU of which provides a highlj charged backdrop for tonight's sixth game of the bcs(~of-scvcn ABA semifinal s'erics. The Net look a 3-2 lead with a thrilling 110-108' triumph at Uniondafe N.Y. Monday night and can wrap it up wilh a victory :onight. In Iho olher ABA semifinal set, the Kentucky Colonels hold a 2-1 lead over the regular season cliampion Denver Nuggets, and will try to exlend their advantage in Game 4 at Louisville tonight. ' ' ' SUBDUED "B .Jones was subdued following Monday night's game, hut did criticize Begzos for his comments. ' "It's unfortunate, he's running around doing · things like. that," Jones said. "All we're out thfre trying to.do is play hall. I'm not calling any names but it's something 1 don't think should he going on in this game." Nets' star Julius Erving showed what the Nets fee should be going on in Monday^ narrow victory.-. Offensively lie poured in 32 poinls, and defen siyely he blocked * a shot by San Antonio's Mike Gale in the fina five' seconds lo preserve the 'Ectory. . ,' - ·, ,'_".h,- "It's all, in a nighlls.'jiyork/ 1 Dr. J, the ADA'S mosUvaluable )layer each of the pa$i. three seasons', .said with ,^smile. 8he Nuggets, wlio.waH,zed to Hie regular season crown, find themselves one game ^o^n and going against Kentucky's, home- court advantage _loniglil.;,,-[Dcn- ver Coach Larry Browfi ---feels play has gotten too rp'u.gh,- and that his club has not gotten an even break from the officials. 'It's become · a -: .physical series, and there's no.-chance for us in that type ot;game," Brown said. "I don't think many teams can play r with these . folks' rules ; and"'be successful against Kentucky." But he's,not ready to/give up just yet. '. --I-. · "We have some people who respond to'challenges," 1 -he said. "We've just got to come-back " Colonels Coach HubieyBrowrr, meanwhile, isn't .looking "· r or ,my comeback from nis club. He's happy where they' ar« right now. Bj The Associated Press The Houston Acros open their chase for a third consecuti\e W o r 1 d Hockey ·: .Association championship tonight after ^pending the last luo fighting amongst'themselves to pass the time, :THe , two-time titlists .haven't played - hockey in anger since April.6,-'when the regular sea- sou came id a close, and are threatened" wilh' staleness.in.the opener of their United t States divisional semifinal against the San Diego Mariners. 'I feel stale.! 1 says 48-year- old Aeros President Gdi'tlic Howe.': "But if, doesn't ..bother :rne as much when I hear some of the younger guys say 'the same thing. At least I know I'm not the only-one. 1 The pressures of just .sitting around apparently have gotter to some of the other Aeros. 'We couldn't schedule ,scrimmage' today because o u r , l a s t two practices we've 'had four : fights," ,. Elouston Coach Bill Dinoen added Tues day. The Acros mil be taking on a Mariners squirt which needed all· five"-'{fames' to oust'the Phoe ii \ Roadrunncri from their "irstrojnd series while Hons :on--which won the West Dm sion crown for the third year in a row--gained a bjc In the other U S Dn ision iemifinnl tonight, the New Eng [and Whalers and -Indianapolis Racers, will play to break their current 1-1 tic in the- best-of seven set; The Canadian Division final, the winner of which will face the U. S, Division champ, begins Friday night with the Calgary Cowboys at Winnipeg against the Jets. The Whalers will rest their liones on a third-string goalie at Hartford, Conn., tonight, having lost Bruce Landon to an ankle Christer Abra neck injury and injury and hamsson to a concussion suffered in March. Tliat leaves the pressure on a local/ boy Cap Raeder, (he rookie from [he University of New Hampshire who won the series-opener 44 before dropping i -JQ decision last Satur da ntghl Charges Filed Against NHL's President OTTAWA (AP -- The Sky Shops ' case ' exploded Tuesday night as "charges'of defrauding a n d ' conspiracy^td 'defraud the ·government were sworn against National Hockey League Presi- .dent Clarence'Campbell. Liberal Senator. Louis GJguere,: and three other men. The i docjments allege that .Campbell and three, other former officers of Sky Shops tx port Ltd gave the senator $9o 000 tn 1972 to gam a lease e\ tension to 1980 for the company's duly-free shop at Dorval Airport, Montreal, Besides Campbell and the senator,; .three former- Sky Shops , officers also were charged. "They were chairman .-Louis Lappinle, 66'.years' old and vice-president Gordon G Brown, bolh of Montreal,, and treasurer James Lavery .ol Toronto. . . I t was expected they;will~Jbe 1 Formally, charged in court later this week. - . · The' 70-ye.ar-old-J Campbell, ":NHL president since 1946, was . in Philadelphia watching (he FJyers-JIaple p ;Lea'fsV , playoffs game as .the information was sworn. " " . ; ' He was president of Ski : -Shops and, with other rnajoi shareholders,- sold Senaloi - Giuere, 65. a total of 5,00( shares of Sky Shops stock at $1 a share June 9, 1972, just:after : ,receiving .word t h a t . t h e lease ~ extension would be granted. Sky Shops was sold fou months later 16 P. Laws on .Travel at -$20 a share, givini Senator Gtguere a $95,000 profi "on his purchase. Pro Hockey By The Associaled Press NHL Playoffs Quarter-finals : Besl-o1-Sevcn Series Tuesday's Results Boston 7, Los Angeles 1, Bos ton leads 3-2. Philadelphia 7, Toronto 1 Philadelphia leads series 3-2. New York Islanders. 4. .Bu falo 3. New York leads 3-2. , Thursday's Games . Buffalo at New York Islam Philadelphia at Toronto Boslotn at I-os Angeles . Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Boston, if nee . '; Toronto : at Philadelphia, necessary \ New York Islanders at Bu falo, .If necessary WHA Playoffs Quarter finals Besl-of-7 Series Wednesday's Games Indianapolis at New Englar wries tied 1-1. ' San Diego al Houston, fr game · Friday'* Games Indianapolis at New Englan San Diego »(, Houston Calgary at Winnipeg, (ir Saturday's Game* New England at Indianapol League Leaders iimsiiotiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiBngiiiniiHimpiniir By Th« Associated Press Xational League BATTING (20 at bats) - roSe NY oOO Johnstons, hi, 500 A Oliver Pgh 481 ose Cm 474, Milner NY. 172. HUNS-Griffey. Cin. ' 1 3 : lose, Cin, 11;'Milner, NY, 10; idt, Chi, 10; Cabell. Htn, 0; Cedeno. Htn. 10. RUNS BATTFD IN -Kmg nan NY 15 Schmidt Phi, 11 Griffey, Cin, 13; Cedeno, Htn'. 2; Matthews, SF, 11. "ITS--Cabell, H l n , ' 2 0 ; Hose 18; Milner, NY, 17; fcBride, SIL..17; Monday, Chi, S; Grote, NY, 16; 5Iil|an, NY, 6; Watson, Htn, 16. DOUBLES-Millan, NY, 5; Gcrohimo, Cin, 5; : -7 tied With TRIPLES- Gefonimo,- Cin, .3; loh'nsto'ne. Phi, 2; Moose, Pgh, 2; R.Mclzger, Htn, 2; 24 Tied Vilh 1.; HOME RUNS-Kingman, NY, '; Schmidt, Phi, 7; Monday, Chi, . 4; Cedeno, Htn'. - 4; .Morales, Chi, 3; Milner, NY, ; Matthews. SF, 3. " STOLEN ' .BASES--Morgan, Cm, 8;.Cedeno, Hln, 7; Griffey, Cin, . '4; Cabell,' Htn, 4; l.Mangual, Mon,- 3; J.WJiite ! .Ion. 3; Bench, Cin, 3. ' .,3-0, PITCHING R.Jones. SD. Matlnck, NY, 2-0, ·(cuss, ·· Pgh, 2-0, P:Nidkro All, 2-0, Juthven, All,' 2-0, Norman, Cin, 2-0. Dicrker. Htn, (2 Decisions)-1.000. 2.52 1.000, 2.57 1.000, 4.24 1.000,.- 4.22 1.000, 1.64 1.000, 0.00 .687, 4.85 J.Richard Hln, 2-1, .667, '4.08 STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver NY ' 21; P.Niekro, All, 18; Rogers.' Mon, 1C; J.Niekro, Hln, 13; R.Jones, SD, 13. American League BATTING (20 at bats) -- Pi- riclla, NY. .550; Lynn, Bsn, .400; B.Bell, Clc. .400; Patek, KC, .400; Chalk, Cal, .395. ' ' RUNS--D.Evans. Bsn, 9; J Fisk. Bsn, 0; Carew,'Jlin,':9; : Yastrzemski, Bsn, 8; North,' Oak, 8. V . i RUNS'BATTED IN--Mellon, 1 Cal, 10; Rudi, Oak, 10; J,Spencer, Chi, 9; 6 Tied With 8. · ' . · ' · .:·: : , 1 HITS--Chalk', Cal, 15; Fisk.' Bsn, 13; Bochle, Cal, 13; L y n n , ' Bsn, 12; Carew, Jlin, 12. DOUBLES--Carew, Min, 7; D.Evans, Bsn,' 5; L.Slanlon, Cal, S; Garner. Oak, S; Rudi ' Oak. S.' '· . . ' · . ' .:-. TRIPLES--nice.'Bsn, 2;;'Pi- niella.'NY. 2; 18 Tied With 1. HOME RUNS-11 Tied-With ' S T O L E N BASfa-Carcw. Min, 6;-Rivers, NY, 5; Remy, Cal, 4; Palck. KC, 4; North, Oak. 4. , ; . - PITCEI1NG (2 Decisions!-- Tianl, Bsn. 2-0, 1.000, 1.60 Filz- morris, KC, 2-0, 1.000, 4.50 Palmer, Bal, 2-1, .667, 3.00 Slaton, Mil, 2-1, .667.; 1.50, Ryan, Cal. 2-1, .667 1.08. Wood. Chi; 2, 1..667, 1.38, G.Pcrry, Tex, 2-1, .667, 3.08,- Wise Bsn, 'l-l, .500, 2.84. -·;· ' · v ' . STRIKEOUTS --· Ryan, Cal, 28; Tanana, Cal, 17; Rlylcven, Min,' 16; Decker, Min, 15; G.Perry, Tex, 15. WED. THURS FRI. SAT. 12-V SPOTLIGHT * !,,!· ^-w r --· fir · · ~ j»;?»"i*-sr*n FIRE EXTINGUISHER 6 57 MINI RUCKSACK LIGHT 88 FLOURESCENT Our Reg, 3333 4 Days! Our Reg. 3 89 4 Days Only Our Reg. 337 4 Days Only Our Reg. 19.88 4 Days Only Dry chemical. USC.G approved. 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