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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thursday, April ANDY CAPP TS-Eft-ER V AFRA.DOF RUINED BY SUCCESS, Bullets force decider as Clark pumps in 20 THE CANADIAN PRESS Archie Clark of Capital Bul- lets scored 20 points INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 5174th Ave S 327-1541 Wednesday night including 12 in the final period as the Bullets defeated New York Knicks 109-92 in a National Basketball Association playoff game The victory evened the best- of seven quarter-final series at three games apiece with the deciding game in New York Friday night 1 finally felt comfortable late in tt'e game said the 32- vear-old Clark who has been plagued for two years with in- juries and had been used spar- ingly in the playoffs I hadn't been able to adjust coming off the bench because Easter is a family day Relatives from out-of-town That special meal An opportunity to show-off your Spring outfit A day to visit We've got an enjoyable Easter suggestion This Easter leave all ihe work to us You just sit back Our menu includes a wide range of family favourites We can comfortably accommodate any number of guests you d care to invite Reserve early Call 328-1111 Extension 1100 Easter Sunday, April 14th starting at p.m. per person for children (under 12) 421 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbndge GOOD FRIENDS...TOGETHER it s hard to feel the tempo of the game In the only American Basketball Association playoff game San Antonio Pacers downed Indiana Pacers 102-86 to tie their quarter-final playoff series at 3-3 Elvm Hayes of the Bullets scored 31 points to run his total in the six games so far to 169 The Bullets led 68-67 going into the final 12 minutes and quickly jumped in front 77-69 on the shooting of Clark and Phil Cheruer who also scored 12 final-period points Spurs 102 Pacers 86 The Spurs relied heavily on the hot shooting of Bird Aventt who finished with 19 points and Swen Nater who had 18 San Antonio never trailed after taking an early 8 7 advantage and their lead grew as big as 23 points in the fourth period The series now switches back to Indianapolis for the deciding game Friday night Russia shelled HELSINKI Soviet Union hockey team, defending world hockey champions, suffered one of its worst defeats in the history of the tournament when it was beaten 7-2 by Czechoslovakia todav The Czechs, now the only unbeaten team in the six- country A Group championship, could regain the world title they lest to the Soviets last year Jvan Hlinka and Vladimir Martmec each scored twice to lead the Czechs who took a 6-0 lead after two periods of the fourth round match The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and hauled hy Joseph F Seagram Sons, Lid Waterloo, Ont. JeIs fall two back of Aeros Could be goodbye Oilers Friday By JOHN SHORT CP Staff Writer New England Whalers, Ed- monton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets had similar complaints Wednesday night after they were defeated in World Hockey Association playoff games They were unable to score when they had the chance As a result, the Whalers ab- sorbed a 2-1 overtime loss to Chicago Cougars, the Oilers were thumped 6-2 by Minnesota Fighting Saints and the Jets were edged 3-2 by Houston Aeros Chicago's victory tied their best-of-seven Eastern Division semi-final at 2-2 while the Oilers fell behind 3-0 in games and Houston increased its margin to 2-0 in Western Division series Chicago Z New England 1 Ralph Backstrom poked in a goal with less than three min- utes remaining in the first overtime period to give Chicago its victory The series resumes Friday in Springfield, Mass Jan Popiel connected with only 25 seconds remaining in regulation time to avert a Chi- cago defeat New England took the lead early in the third period when Tim Sheehy banked a backhander off the glove of Chicago netmmder Cam Newton Minnesota 6 Edmonton 2 Coach Harry Neale of the Fighting Saints said Edmonton made a mistake in trying to outmuscle his club, which held a big edge in goaltendmg and persistence They took some stupid pen- Neale said of the Oilers, who face elimination at Edmonton Friday night The Saints scored two powerplay goals, but more important were two solo efforts by Bob McMillan, in the first minute of both the second and third periods He picked the short side to beat Edmonton goaltender Ian Wilkie on both plays Billy Klatt also scored twjce for the Saints while Wayne Connelly and George Morrison shared the others Hamilton and Ross Perkins scored for the Oilers, who outshot Minnesota 41-29 "We got terrible goaltendmg in both the second and third said Edmonton coach Brian Shaw Houston 3 Winnipeg Z Third-period goals by Mark Howe and Andre Hinse won the game for the Aeros, who go home with a distinct edge in the series Marty Howe notched the first Aero goal, in the first period Norm Beaudin connected in the first period and Milt Black in the second for the Jets Tremendous penalty-killing in the first period saved Houston Ted Taylor and Murray Hall served consecutive double minors for the Aeros, who killed off the penalties with surprising ease The Jets hit the post three times behind Houston goalten- der Don McLeod GUS'S BARBER SHOP 410- 13th SI. N. Now Re-opened Gut hii cuttonwri following hit recent Illnett SPECTACULAR SAVINGS DURING DUNLOP FORD'S. We're off and running into the spring season and we're offering some outstanding new and used car buys. Have a great summer this year enjoy the wide open roads in one of our new or newer cars. SAVE TODAY ON THESE A-1 USED CARS STOCK NO 614A 1973 Custom 500 4 door sedan Copper wth white rool 8 cylinder p s p b radio tormpr parts demo Carries 100% 30 day warranty See salesmen for details STOCK No 1493A 1972Buick Le Sabre 4 Door Sedan Light P s tan in color V8 auto p b radio Owner s name available STOCK No 1326A 1972 Custom 500 2 Door Hardtop V8 automatic pb radio med blue in color STOCK No 1228A 1972 Pinto Runabout Red in color 2000 cc 4 speed radio S2150 STOCK NO 1448A 1972 Pinto 2 Door Orange m color 2000 4 speed radio We will paint stripe this unit on request '2495 STOCK Ne 1409A 1971 Dodge 4 Door Polara Blue m color Formerly Letn- bndge City police car Reg Now STOCK No 1409A 1971 Marquis 4 Door Pillar Hardtop V8 auto ps p b radio factory air radial tires Ivy yellow and green vinyl root STOCK No 1402A 1971 Meteor Rideau 500 4 Door Medium blue and white top V8 auto p s p b radio S2195 STOCK No 1303A 1970 Cougar 2 Door Hardtop New metallic blue paint V8 auto p s radio Just In. Hurry STOCK No 1451A 1970 Ford XL 2 Door Hardtop New red paint V8 auto p s p b radio new tires STOCK No 1181A 1969Thunderbird 4 Door Landau Fully equipped air radial tires Special STOCK No 146SA 1968 Chev. Impala 2 Door Hardtop V8 auto p s p b radio FARMERS AND CONTRACTORS We now have 33 light trucks in stock, including the popular Econoline Van, Crew Cabs and Rancheros. BRAND NEW 1974 PINTO 2 door 2000CC blk. heater. We presently have 26 Pintoa available. s 2995 OUTSTANDING SAVINGS ON THESE SPECTACULAR 1974 DEMONSTRATORS Stock No. 1253 DEMO 1974 LTD 2 door hardtop. Pastel lime with green vinyl roof, 400 2V auto., radio, radial tires. p.S., p.b. Reg. S6055. NOW...................... Stock No. 1158 1974 Galaxie 500 Country Sedan Station Wagon Fully equipped. 400 engine, p.b., radio, roof raqk, radial tlrei. Service demonstrator. NOW Silas Hours: Dally 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. D U N LPLP FORD Mayor Mwilhdrivi ind 16th AVI. S. Phoii 328-8861 ;