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HAWKS BACKED INTO A CORNER IN CUP SERIES IChicagoans Hurting, i Need Help Continued from first page ' left arm with a thumb hooked I over the edge ' of his coat pocket. Elmer Vasko, his blue I line mate, forgot himself this morning and placed a hand on ! the shoulder. Pilote winced, then feigned a collapse to ease ! Vasko of the pain of self-incrimination. self-incrimination. self-incrimination. self-incrimination. But the hurt is deep in Pilote. He will dress for each series ' game just to keep his unbroken playoff record intact. But it is extremely doubtful if Pilote will play hockey again until next fall. ! Wharram was limping badly since his left knee was knocked out of kilter by Gary Berg- Berg- KEN WHARRAM . . . expected back ' man in the last semi-final semi-final semi-final game against Detroit. This morning, tho, the limp was gone. He said it feels better, but, as yet, is unable to dig in with it. There is a good possibility ' that Wharram will be ready for the second game here Tuesday Tuesday night. It is almost certain I that he will be on the ice next Thursday when the scene shifts to the Chicago Stadium for the : third game. Management Is fending off the delicate question about re-i re-i re-i placements. The only source is the Buffalo farm club. The Bisons were eliminated from the American league playoff i tonight. The Big Question Billy Reay was asked who he was calling in Don Johns, 2 I Cup Playoffs CUP FINALS (Best of seven games) w. l. g. o.o. Montreal 1 0 J I CHICAGO 0 1 J REMAINING GAMES Tomorrow a! Montreal Thursday of Chicago Sunday April 25 at Chicago II Neassary Tuesday, Awl! 21 c) MontTWt Thursday April 29 at Chloacu Saturday May 1 at Moatreal John Miszuk, the only defense-man defense-man defense-man with major league experience? experience? Xen Lunde, the .right winger with the brilliant scoring scoring record, but a perpetual minor leaguer? Ray Cullen, another St. Catherines Tee Pee sensation? Maybe even Alain Boom Boom Caron, another right winger the Bob Hull of the minors? Doug J a r r e 1 1, Pilote's replacement replacement in last night's game, made two errors that cost two goals. These, however, can be overlooked on several counts. It is the youngster's first big league season. It was his first match in the cup finals, finals, and he obviously was nervous and tight. Had Tough Assignment Then he was against Henri Richard, who, next to Stan Mikita of the Hawks and Jean Beliveau of Montreal, is the trickiest center in the league. Henri "deked" the raw rookie good. Johnny Ferguson, a second-year second-year second-year second-year man with driving skates and some good moves, got around Jarrett for the second second goal with the aid of a bouncing puck. But it is noticed noticed that Jarrett played cup hockey the remainder of the way. Gus Kyle, St. Louis. farm club coach, added a very important important point to Jarrett's defense: defense: "Look, he's played very little hockey lately. He is not in condition to play ordinary hockey let alone Stanley cup hockey." The question of prac tice was inserted, and Kyle scorned. "Practice? You can practice until doom's day and that's all it is. You've got to be inr there playing, developing developing the timing and the feel of the game thru competition." Jack McKenzie, Wharram's replacement, is a dilemma. Jack has great moves, a valuable valuable fast break, a whip-shot whip-shot whip-shot and bubbly eagerness in practice. practice. But during the game all was lost except the bubbly eagerness. YOVICSIN TO ENTER MAYO CLINIC TODAY Cnmhrirlffe. Mass.. ADril 18 (UPDJohn Yovicsin, Harvard university football coach, wm enter the Mayo clinic in Roches ter, Minn., tomorrow for tests to diagnose the cause of persisting persisting heart murmur, a university university official said today. years, illustration wage-price made predictable Veterans in the follow the and role trick events time, the of make you
Clipped from Chicago Tribune, 19 Apr 1965, Mon, Page 73
19 Apr 1965, Mon • Page 73
19 Apr 1965, Mon • Page 73