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14 Monday, March 26, 1973 The Ottawa Journal TERRY CONROY INJURED O , -: i-H .jf 'S i 'i-.J. . f mM ll The Swedish world curling champions acknowledge the cheering crowd after receiving their gold medals. The Swedes beat Canada 6-5 in an extra end at the world curling championship which ended Saturday. From left to right they are: skip Kjell Uscarius, his brother and third, Bcngt Oscarius, second Torn Schaeffer and lead'Claus Carta an. (CP-Journol Wlrephoto) Swedes upset Canada for world title , REGINA (CP) Sweden stole the world curling championship from Canada Saturday, taking a 6-5 extra-end decision in the final game. The Swedes, skipped by 29-year-old Kjell Oscarius, stole four ends in a row the .. fourth through the seventh as Harvey Mazinke and his Regina rink had a cold streak and a late rally wasn't enough to save them. The loss broke a 41-game winning streak by Canadian rinks in world competition the last time a Canadian lost was in 1969 when Ron North- cott of Calgary dropped one. The Cinderella Swedish team also took the title away from Canada for the first time in six years the last non-Canadian to win was Chuck Hay of Scotland in 1967. . The Swedish rink's win was a remarkable comeback from last year when it lost all seven games. While the personnel was the same the positions were changed. This year's vice-skip Bengt Oscarius was lead last year; this year's sec- . ond Tom .Schaeffer was skip in 1972 and lead Claus Carlman was second last year. . ' WIN A SURPRISE "This is the greatest thing in my life," said Oscarius. "Mazinke is obviously one of the best curlers in the workd and I didn't think we had much of a chance to beat him. "We learned most of our curling from the Canadians. Last year in Germany and once when I was in Calgary, I .spent a lot of time, hours in .fact, talking to Canadian skips about strategy Mazinke, f whose record wis year was 79 Iwins and one loss, was visibly "shaken by the defeat. ; "This was the most impor- tant game of my life and so I ! suppose the pressure was on . ; . . . The ice changed quite a ,;bit from earlier in the week .'and we got a couple of bad ' breaks. "But despite thtt, they played on the same ice as we did and that's what curling is all about I suppose." The final was unusual in that eight of the 11 ends were stolen Canada stole the ninth ' and 10th and the Swedes appeared to be in danger of having the title snatched from them. MAZINKE SHORT However, on the 11th end "Mazinke went through the .house on an attempted draw and with his final rock, hoping . to pull in behind a guard, was '.well short of the house. 1 Canada started strongly, ; stealing the first two ends thanks to some weak shooting !by Schaeffer, who whiffed 'both his shots and skip Oscarius who missed a tough' double takeout. and left Canada one on the first. ; On the second, Oscarius was ; light on a draw attempt and Canada had another point. It appeared as though the ; Swedes were tense, but Os-;carius drew the four-foot in the third and their match to ". world supremacy was started. U.S. hoop results NBA Lot An&eles, 109) Seottfe, 93 Milwaukee, 114i Phoenix, Ill ' Cleveland, 112) Chicago. 105 Portland. 113; Buffalo, 107 Detroit, 115; Philadelphia, M ' Bolton, 125; Hotittan, 111 , " Baltlnwrt, 112; Atlanta, 10S I ABA . New York, 111; Indiana, 115 . Kentucky, 111; Virginia, 95 . Denver, 114; Dallos 106 . Carolina, 124; San Diego 111 Memphis, 131) Utah, 117 NATIONAL INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Virginia Tech, 72; Notre Dame, tl CONSOLATION - North Carolina, M Alabama, of : SMITH TOPS LAVER ATLANTA (UPI) - Stan Smith, the best tennis player I in the United States, beat Aus-: tralian Rod Laver. NEW WORLD CHAMPS The Swedes stole the fourth when the usually-reliable Mazinke missed two shots in a row while . Oscarius made, a fine draw, demonstrating that he now had his weight. ROLLS OUT On the fifth, a dubious call cost Mazinke one. Sweden had a rock in the 12-foot at the front and its shot rock was in the back of the eight. Mazinke chose to take the one in the 12-foot, but instead of his rock staying it rolled out. Oscarius promptly guarded the shot rock and Mazinke couldn't get it out. a Richardson rink leads mixed 'spiel CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -Ed Steeves of New Brunswick upset Alberta 7-5 on an extra end Sunday night and put Sam Richardson of Regina in sole possession of first place in the Canadian mixed curling championship. Richardson, 39, was one of two skips undefeated following a 9-7 win over Richard Boyce of Dartmouth, N.S., in the second draw of me 11-rink round-robin tournament. Richardson won his opener 8-7 over Jim Armstrong of B.C. Doug Cameron of Charlotte-town, who had the evening bye, was second with a 1-0 Stevens' late shot gives Virginia Tech win over Irish NEW YORK (UPI) Bobby Stevens may be the smallest man in Virginia Tech's lineup but Sunday afternoon Tschudi upsets pro skiers STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Otto Tschudi, a University' of Denver exchange student from Norway, upset a field of- professional ski racers Sunday to win the slalom event of the weekend's competition in the $40,000 grand prix for skiers. Tschudi, 23, won the first of two matches by .318 seconds over team-mate Alaine Penz. Penz., a former member of the French National Ski Team, won the second heat, but only by .116 seconds, giving Tschudi the best combined time in the two runs and the victory. Jean-Claude Killy, three-time Olympic gold medallist, took third place by defeating Doug Woodcock of Oshawa, Ont. Killy's 15 points for third place, combined with his Saturday victory in the giant slalom, gave him 40 points in this weekend's events. With only one race remaining on the pro skiing circuit, Killy leads with 288 points followed by defending professional ski champion Spider Sabich of Snowmass, Colo., ' with 258. Austrian Harald Steufer, yho was tied for the lead with Killy going into this weekend's competition, fell far back with 255. SETS WORLD RECORD TRONDHEIM, Norway (AP) - Anita Wold, a 16-year-old Norwegian, has set a women's world ski jump record of 73 metres. T Mazinke was litht on a draw and inside the broom on take-out as the sixth also went to the Swedes. In the round-robin section of the 10-nation tournament, Canada was undefeated while Sweden was in third place with 7-2. Canada beat Sweden 8-7 with a last-rock takeout by Mazinke. In the semi-finals, Canada beat Scotland fourth-place finishers 6-5 while the new champs beat France 6-5. Result in the final game: Sweden 001 111 100 01-4 Canada 110 000 011 105 record thanks to an 8-7 extra-end win over Steeves in the opening round. In other second- round games, George Kilmer of St. Catharines, Ont., bombed Renee Roy of Matane, Que., 15-1, Jim Armstrong of Richmond, B.C., whipped Northern Ontario's John Ross of Kapus-kasing 11-3 and Barry Fry of Winnipeg defeated Bob Cole of St. John's Nfld., 84. In other first-round games, Nova Scotia whipped Ontario 11-5, P.E.I, edged New Brunswick 8-7 on an extra end and Quebec beat Newfoundland 7-2. he was the biggest as the Gobblers defeated Notre Dame 92-91 in overtime for the 36th National Invitation tournament championship. Stevens stands only 5-foot-10 but had seven big points in the overtime period including the last five for the Gobblers. Stevens' winning shot was in me air when the buzzer sounded. "I took the shot and prayed thank God it went in," Stevens said. Craig Lieder had tied the game at 79-79 to send the game into overtime and was supposed to the player who would try the last shot when the Gobblers were down 91-90 with 12 seconds oo go in overtime. "The play was designed to to Craig again,;' Stevens said. "It was the same one we used to tie the game in regulation play. Butthey collapsed and I couldn't get it in. I decided to solo do it by myself. I had a good, shot and missed it but they were so busy collapsing on Crafg and Allan Bristow that I was able to follow it up and grab the rebound. "I took two dribbles to set up and hoped that time wouldn't run out." ' The MVP award was given to John Shumate . . . Shumate was the tourney's leading scorer with 95 points including 28 in the title game but Tech coach Don Devoe was not disappointed that one of hi3 players didn't get the honor. . Kings win but lose all - By LORNE WHITE ST. PAUL, Minnesota Things were tougher than expected here last night for the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the Central A Junior Hockey League, but still they managed to squeeze a 6 to S victory in the first game of their best-of-seven Centennial Cup series with the St. Paul Vul-cans. The Centennial Cup. is symbolic of the Junior A championship while the Memorial Cup is the prize on what they call now the major level. Most observers in the area had the Kings as comfortable winners in. the opening round of the Cup hunt, but Sunday's result had they hurrying back to the drawing boards to rearrange the odds. The Vulcans played this season to the Can-Am League with two other teams from Minnesota and one from Thunder Bay, and were members of the Thunder Bay Hockey Association. In their 34 game schedule, they lost only three games. SERIOUS INCIDENT Nevertheless, the Kings were heavily favored going into the series and everyone ' had the idea it would be a rough trip for both clubs. The Lumber Kings came out trying to intimidate the American club in the first period but lost all-star defenceman Terry Conroy in the process. Conroy is expected to miss the remainder of the series after receiving a deep cut across the middle of his face. He was getting plastic surgery to the nose and above along the forehead late last night The 19-year-old took on St. Paul's Buzz Parrish at 8.27 of the opening' period and looked to be getting the better of the firsticuffs. He had Parrish down on the ice and all of a Hockey scoreboard NHL records East Division G W L T F 75 49 10 16 315 . 75 50 .20 5 318 75 47 21 7 290 ... 75 34 27 14 245 ... 74 35 2d 11 244 74 25 40 9 229 .. 75 22 45 t 224 . 75 12 51 5 162 A P 177 114 550 105 194 101 213 82 231 81 260 59 326 52 330 29 Montreal Boston Rangers Buffalo Detroit Toronto 'Vancouver Islonders Wett Division G W L T F A P 275 213 92 275 241 81 244 221 81 222 243 73 223 236 71 244 351 69 182 225 64 207 320 44 Chicago Philadelphia Minnesota St. Louis Los Anqeles. Pittsburgh . Atlanta California 75 42 25 8 74 35 29 11 75 34 30 9 75 31 33 11 75 30 34 11 75 30 35 9 75 25 36 14 76 14 46 16 RESULTS SUNDAY Chicago 6, Montreal S. Vancouver 7, Toronto 4. Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 2. Pittsburgh 4 Atlanta 2. California 8, Detroit 5. Boston 6, Buffalo 1. Minnesota 2, Rangers 1. RESULTS SATURDAY Montreal 11. St. Louis 4. Boston 3, Rangers 0. Islanders 3, Philadelphia 3. Los Angeles 5, Detroit 3. Buffalo 4, Pittsburgh 4. Chlcogo 7, Atlanta 0. GAMES TUESDAY Detroit at Toronto. Buffalo at Islanders. Vancouver at Minnesota. WHA Records EASTERN DIVISION G W L T F A P New England ..73 44 27 3 297 238 90 Cleveland ... 74 39 32 3 267 229 81 Philadelphia .. 74 35 39 O 276 299 70 Ottawa 74 33 37 4 263 287 70 New York .... 75 33 40 3 293 320 68 Quebec 74 31 38 5 261 295 67 WESTERN DIVISION G W L T F A P Winnipeg 75 42 29 4 277 338 88 Los Angeles .. 77 36 45 6 255 349 78 Minnesota .... 75 37 35 3 240 256 77 Houston ...... 74 34 34 4 266 257 76 Alberta 75 36 36 3 261 3S0 75 Chicago 74 26 46 2 239 277 54 RESULTS SUNDAY Ottawa, 6i Minnesoto, 1. Alberta, 5; Quebec, 4. Winnipeg, 8; New York, 4. Cleveland. 4; Houston, 3. Los Angeles, It Chicago, 0. RESULTS SATURDAY Minnesota, 2; Clevelond, 1. -Quebec, 5; Alberto, 4. GAMES TONIGHT New England at Clevelond. GAMES TUESDAY New York at Minnesota. Quebec at Ottawa. Houston at New England. Chicago ot Los Angeles. OHA records FINAL STANDINGS G W L T F A P Toronto 63 47 7 9 416 198 103 Pettrboro . 63 42 13 8 330 234 92 Ottawa 63 41 15 7 391 243 89 London . 63 33 22 8 334 347 74 St. Colli. 63 34 28 11 280 319 59 Oshawa ... 61 23 33 8 296 318 54 Sudbury 63 21 32 10 288 371 52 Kitchener . 63 16 41 243 368 38 Hamilton . 63 15 41 7 246 374 37 S.S. Marie .. 63 11 43 10 244 396 32 GAMES SUNDAY St. Catharines 4, Kitchener 1. Oshawa 5, Ottawa 4. Sudbury 11, Sault Ste. Marie 4. Peterborough 3, London 3. OAMES SATURDAY London 9, Sault Ste. Marie 3. Ottawa 11, Kitchener.! sudden jumped up, blood streaming from his face. Several fans and Pembroke players interviewed after the game said they saw Parrish kick Conroy with his skate. ' Referee John Kubenic, of Thunder Bay, indicated later that he did not see any kicking nor did his linesmen. Bill Hodgson, junior convenor for the Thunder Bay Hockey Association, was at the game and later reached Tom Law-son, junior convenor of the Ontario playdowns for the CAHA about the matter. There were indicatuons, too, that further consultation will take place and an announcement is expected today on the status of Prrish. . The first period fracas started with the Kings' Grant Rowe and St. Paul's Mark Lambert. Conroy and Parrish followed and after Conroy left the ice, Murray Thrasher jumped off the Pembroke bench to take on Parrish. . THREE THROWN OUT Parrish, Conroy and Thrasher each picked up game misconducts. "It was the ugliest thing I've ever seen," Pembroke coach . Mac MacLean said about the incident. "There's no way that kind (Parrish) should even try to play another hockey game ... we couldn't stand by and let him get away with it." Coach of the Vulcans, Doug Woog, was relatively quiet when asked about the incident, saying be didn't see what happened, but was told that Conroy wasn't kicked, but rather fell on Parrish's skate. Despite the tense atmosphere after the affair, the game picked up in the final two periods, but it wasn't a shining demonstration of hockey. The Kings took a 2-0 first American League Eastern Division G W L T F A Nova Scotia.. 72 40 17 15 294 112 Boston .... 72 32 27 13 341 345 Providence . 73 30 29 14 242 241 Rochester . 73 30 30 12 330 264 Springfield . 72 18 38 16 256 324 New Haven . 74 16 31 30 242 321 Western Division G w L T F Cincinnati Hershey Virginia Richmond Jacksonville Baltimore 72 50 17 5 318 200 105 73 40 22 11 311 216 72 35 21 16 252 209 72 28 34 10 347 361 73 23 41 9 245 308 72 16 45 11 202 309 RESULTS SUNDAY Baltimore 8, Boston 2. Hershey 5, New Haven 2. Virginia 4. Providence 1. Rochester 5, Richmond 3. RESULTS SATURDAY Boston 3, Baltimore 1. Hershey 10, New Haven 0. Richmond 6, Springfield 4. GAME TODAY Cincinnati at Jacksonville. IHL records Semi-Finals Best of sevenl ' W L F A Ft. Wayne 3 1 36 11 Flint 1 3 11 26 Quarter-Finals Best of five) W L F A Port Huron 2 O 0 Toledo 0 3 0 t (Quorttr-Flnals Best of five) W L F A X-Doyton ,. 3 0 10 7 Dee Moines O 1 7 10 x Clinched series. RESULTS SUNDAY Flint, 8i Fort Wayne, 5. Port Huron at Toledo, unavallabl. RESULTS SATURDAY V Fort Wayne, 8; Flint, 1. Port Huron, 7; Toledo, 0. Dayton, 3; Des Moines, 2. (Only game scheduled) NHL leaders GAP Esposlto, B 51 71 122 Clorke, Pho ' 32 66 98 MocLelsh, Pha - 47 49 96 Orr, B 24 69 95 Rattlle, R 40 52 92 Poppln, C 41 50 .91 Bucyk, B . 40 51 '91 F. MohOVllch, M 37 53 90 Lemalre, M 41 47 88 Martin, C 38 60 88 Redmond, D 49 38 87 Hull. C 39 48 87 Qutehl Chrysler 12.. Chrysler's 12.0-hp. outboard h s mill and lightweight aa most "tens," yet quick enough to get a youngster up en skis. Lo-ProIHe style also in t. ana v np. CHRYSLER CANADA OUTBOARD ITO. FOR OEALERt SEE CHRYSLER IN CLASSIFIED SECTION AD period lead, scoring both goals while playing shorthanded. After the second .. was 3-2 for Pembroke and the game was tied 4-4 at 9.46 of the third period. Randy Mohns scored twice for Pembroke while Tim Young, Rodney Schutt, Steve Croucher and Gordon Barrett added singles. For St. Paul, Dan Mielke got a pair, Stan Blom, Pat Phippen and Skip Suss scored one each. Both MacLeaa and Woog were disappointed in their team efforts last night and predicted better performances tonight in the second game of the series. GANNON A STANDOUT With Conroy and Thrasher missing, MacLean was forced to rely on Marty Gannon to play more than 45 minutes. The former defencema". with the Ottawa 67s was equal to the task and was easily the best man on the ice before a crowd of about 1,200 at the Wakota Arena. 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