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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE April We are I AT A Agents for all Airlines. Steamship Companies and tours. Book through us now at no extra charge ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32S-3201 The Herald Sports Pat Sullivan A bit of everything Mike Obrigewitch and Conrad Sincennes a pair of Lethbndge scrappers recently earned berths in the Alberta Golden Gloves set for Edmonton April 27 Obrigewitch won the 95 pound title as well as being named the best left hand in the competition held at Breton Sincennes a 139-pounuet topped his weight division and was named best novice I don't suppose it will ever happen but with the recommendation of Health Minister Marc Lalonde to limit United States imports into the Canadian Football League suppose the U S government in turn limited the number of Canadian hockey players who could seek employment south ot the border'' It is like I sav out of the question I think Atlanta police at Monday s historic game between the home town Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers were called upon to make a number of arrests of fans with knives and guns in the stands, Mong with fish nets the weapons to be used to obtain the 715th home run off the bat of Hank Aaron I haven t had the chance to give >ou mj choices to win division iitles in the major leagues of baseball this year Vvhat I think I will do is just name the four who will reign the eventual pennant umners and an out on the limb shot at who will win the World Series In the American League look for Boston Red Sox in the east and Chicago White Sox in the west iNevv Mets can repeat in the National east and will lace the Los Angeles Dodgers I can see the Red Fox and Dodgers in the World Series with the Sox winning it in six games Now I hope vou will grant me a change of mind in August just in case I appear wrong Billy Martin manager of the Texas Rangers has a secret he uses in managing a major league club Just keep the live guys who hate away from the five who are undecided The season wasn t a complete loss for the N'ew York Islanders the minor officials at Wednesdav s Montreal Candiens New York Rangers game were from the Islanders Boston Bruins who should be two games up on the Toronto Maple Leafs today have signed defenceman Carol Vadnais to a three-year contract to help flatten the talks that Vadnais is planning a jump to the World Association The scores and goal-scorers from the Lethbndge Broomball League appear in The Herald each week This past year the league has had its share of troubles with player fights and Ian involvement Trouble reached an all time high this past week when Tom Beresnak of the league champion Welterlich club belted a referee Beresnak league scoring champion the past two vears has been suspended for the 1974 75 season Things have been very quiet on the homefront as far as the Lethbndge Lakers of the Alberta Major Baseball League are concerned News is expected to come fast and furious next week with this spell of good weather here to stay hopefully for awhile uregg Pilling a Lethbndge native son coached his Roanoke Rebels of the Southern Hockey League to that circuit s first championship The Rebels were forced seven games before disposing of Charlotte Checkers And if earlj reports are any indication the Czecns are playing the best hockej in the world Stories from Helsinki the site of the current world hockey championships said that the Russians placing a brand of hockey better than that displayed in the National League were a shoo in lor another world title Someone forgot to tell the C ?echs as thev pasted the Soviets 7 2 This shot got away from the goalie and started a comeback WALTER KERBER photos Midget tourney ends Sunday night Red Deer chalks up two wins Red Deer Optimist Chiefs were the only club to chalk up tuo wins in the first two days ot the annual Lethbndge Elks midget hockey tounament being staged at Henderson Ice Centre Plav continued throughout the ddv today with more action Sundav leading up to Sundav night s tourney final at 8 30 Fndav morning saw Rod Heisler score twice and set up a third marker as Moose Jaw Kinsmen Fivers blanked Edmonton Cessco 3-0 Edmonton were the defending champions Doug Small scored the other Moose Jaw marker The three stars in the Moose Join The New Breed drive ADVANCED radiate with the steel safety belt MICHSUN X SMOOTH AS SILK ON HI-SPEED EXPRESSWAYS MICHELIN-X RADIAL WHITEWALLS GIVE YOU GREATER TRACTION and CONTROL FASTER STARTING and BRAKING TOMORROW'S TIRE FOR TODAY'S CARS WORLD'S NO. 1 RADIAL ST'OP IN TODAY AND SEE HOW MUCH YOU SAVE WITH THE BEST" KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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Phone 423-7746 Jaw Edmonton game were Heisler and Mark Fillip of Moose Jaw and Jamie Galhmore of Edmonton In the second game Friday Vernon Midget Reps edged past Regina Inland Rangers 5-4 as they scored two unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes for the win Five players Terry Lowe Jim Sparrow Willy Madden Bill Vachon and Scott Wenger scored for Vernon while Barry Clarke Dave Way AI Simpson and Cliff McCallum replied tor Regina who led 4-3 alter two periods Three star honors went to Dean Solheim of Vernon the lirst Oliva Bourassa of Regina and Bruce Green of Vernon Game five saw the Elks bounce back from Thursday s loss to slip past Calgary Milchem Black Hawks 6-5 as Scott Jarvie notched a pair of markers for the winners Cam MacLennan Mark Baldrv Mike Bovchuk and Bill Zarooben added singles Scoring for Calgary were Dan McCarthy Brent Belbeck Gary McAuley Paul Vaughan and Dave Evans The three stars in order were Darrell Osmond of the Elks Belbeck and Boychuk Regina evened their record at 1 1 with a convincing 9-3 triumph over Edmonton Cessco Gerald Minor put on a one- man show with four goals and an assist Chipping in with singles were Cliff McCallum Bam Clarke Ohva Bourassa Dave Wav and Cal Guest The three stars all from Regina were Minor Bourassa and Guest In the final game Friday Red Deer ran roughshod over Medicine Hat Cablevision 10 Darrell Kretzul and Dwayne Howell led the Red Deer attack with two goals each Solo markers came off the sticks of Randy Bowles Jim Causgrove Dale Horsley Rick Parton Blame Hanson jnd Blair Smith Pveil Maser Steve Bosch and Gary Benson scored for Medicine Hat who trailed 32 alter the first period Meanwhile, Thursday night tvio games were run off as Medicine Hat Cablevision All Stars downed Calgary Milchem Black Hawks 6 4 and Red Deer Optimist Chiefs doubled the score 8-4 on the host Lethbndge Elks Tim Couper paced Medicine Hat with a pair of goals while singles went to Brian Maser Mark Mast Allan Mayer and Darcy Kundert Dan McCarthy with two and Paul MacDonald replied lor the Black Hawks Steve Bosch and Couper named two of the three stars while Calgary s Dave Evans was the third Lethbndge Elks had control ol the game with Red Deer until the midwav mark of the second period Leading 4-1 and carrying the pla> to the Chiefs three straight foolish penalties gave the Red Deer club three power play goals The reeling Elks never got back into it as the Chiefs scored four unanswered goals in the final period tor the win Jim Causgrove paced the Red Deer attack with three goals Solo markers went to Darrell Kretzul Jim McQuarne Dale Horsley Bairy Wittchen and Dwayne Howell PEPSI SPRING Clean-Up Campaign April 15th-20th Chinook Beverages Ltd. will now accept national soft drink bottles. Bring your national brand soft drink bottles to Chinook Beverages Ltd. 2907 2nd Ave. South Paying Regular Deposit 1C Extra V per bottle goes to Association for the Mentally Retarded V per bottle goes to person returning bottle Chinook Beverages will continue to remain open 6 days a week for the return of empties BOYS! PLAY SOCCER! Ages 8 to 16 (3 Divisions) League play starts April 10 teams or more. Fee Mail to Box 74, Herald NAME AGE. SOCCER EXPERIENCE ADDRESS PHONE NO...................... BIRTH DATE VOLUNTEER PARENT'S NAME........... Registration in the Lobby of the Civic Sports Centre Monday, April 15 7 p.m. to p.m. Spontortd by LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT MINOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION AND SUPPORTERS With tht of your local community and Uthbrii'MOfflwFymilyriLtd. 7th SI. Shopping Mill AllMrU (403) 321-7411 FILING ,ji Rustlers shackled RED DEER (CP) A goal by Duane Monteith at 2 21 of an overtime period gave Kelowna Buckaroos a 6-5 victory over Red Deer Rustlers Thursday night in a Western Canada Centennial Cup semi-final series The series is tied l-l as the teams shift to Kelowna for the next three games, beginning Saturday Monteith scored the winner when his shot from just inside the blue line trickled between the legs of Red Deer goalie Ron Bourcier It spoiled a spirited comeback by the Rustlers who trailed 5-2 with 12 minutes remaining in regulation time Mark Lofthouse led the Kelowna attack with three goals all in the second period Dale Costanzo connected once in the tirst period and Murray Hansom scored in the third Red Deer got goals from Irvine Bowles, Terry Wittchen, Brian Sutler, Barry Lassiter and Brian Stephenson The Buckaroos received outstanding goaltending from Bill Stankoven, who made 45 saves, 20 more than Bourcier The Rustlers were assessed eight of 13 minor penalties and the teams split four majors and two match misconducts WILL PAY FEE NEWPORT BEACH Calif (AP) World Team Tennis (WTT) has agreed to pay a sanction fee of to 'the United States Lawn Tennis Association the WTT announced Friday ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE Playoff East D W L Pet Montreal 2 0 1 000 St Louis 51 833 Chicago 21 667 New York 23 400 2 Philadelphia 2 3 400 2 Pittsburgh 0 5 000 San Francisco 5 2 714 Los Angeles 5 3 625 Cincinnati 4 3 571 Houston 43 571 Atlanta 3 5 375 San Diego 1 6 143 SCORING FRIDAY'S Cincinnati 000 103 18 Atlanta 000 Oil Kirby (1 1) Nelson (6) and Reed (1 1) House (6) Aker Easterly (8) Frisella (9) and HR Bench (2) Retlenmund Angeles 000 011 Houston 100 003 01 5 8 Downing (0 2) Brewer (6) (8) and Ferguson Osteen (1 Forsch (8) and May HR St Louis 000 002 400 14 Pittsbrg' 004 000 011 15 Siebert Richer! (7) Pena Herbosky (8) Garmon (2 0) (9) Simmons Reuss Giusti (7) Hernandez (7) Morland (9) Kison 1) (10) and Ryan Kirkpatrick (7) HR (i) Zisk (1) S m In.....ii. HID Illll t, I) HI 0011 (kill 1 Willoughby (1 1j Barr (7) Williams (8) and Rudolph Boccabella (8) P Arhr (1 1) Romo (8) and Kendall Chicago 000 100 166 California 211 320 16 1 Forster (0 2) Moran (4) Granger (8) and Herrmann Downing (7) Ryan (2 1) Lockwood (9) and Rodriguez HRs (2) (2) Lahoud (1) THURSDAY St Louis B 4 New York 7 3 Philadelphia 4 Chicago 3 Montreal 5 Pittsburgh 1 Atlanta 6 Los Angeles 4 Houston 9 San Diego 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE East I rn (.III Baltimore 4 2 667 New York 4 2 667 Milwaukee 3 2 600 Boston 22 500 1 Detroit 34 429 1 z Cleveland 15 167 3 West California 6 1 333 Minnesota 3 1 750 1 Oakland 32 600 1 Kansas City 2 2 500 2 Texas 24 333 3 Chicago 0 5 000 4 2 FRIDAYS RESULTS Detroit 000 000 380 Boston 402 000 682 LaGrow (0 1) Fryman (3) and Freehan Lee 11 1) Cleveland (8) and Montgomery HRs (1) (1) Kansas City at Minnesota ppd wet grounds Baltimore 002 300 5 11 1 Milwaukee 000 030 3 11 2 McNally (1 1) B Reynolds (8) G Jackson (9) and E WiMiams Slaton (1 1) Sprague (4) and Porter C Moore (9) New York 010 000 4 1 Cleveland 020 600 01 9 e 2 DO'JSOP (111 Vvnght (4) McDowei (61 i_yle (8) and Munson G Perry (1 1) and Duncai (1) Bell (D THURSDAY Milwaukee 7 Cleveland 6 Detroit 4 New York i Baltimore 7 Boston 6 Cahforna 11 Texas 8 Series C Chicago 3 2 21 19 6 New England 2 3 19 21 4 Series D Toronto 3 0 12 5 6 Cleveland 0 3 5 12 0 HOCKEY SCORES FRIDAY National Philadelphia 4 Atlanta 1 Philadelphia leads best of quarter finals 3-0 World Chicago 4 New England 2 Chicago leads best-of seven quarter finals 3 2 Toronto 4 Cleveland 2 Toronto leads best of seven quarter finals 3 0 Edmonton 2 Minnesota 1 Minnesota leads best of seven quarter finals 3 1 American Baltimore 7 Richrrond 6 Baltimore wins best of seven quarter finals 4 1 Nova Scotia 7 Providence 6 Proxidence leads best of seven quarter finals 3 1 Western Phoemx 6 San Diego 5 Phoenix leads best of seven semi finals 2 0 Portland 5 Salt Lake 2 Best of seven semi-finals tied 1 1 NATIONAL Boston 6 Toronto 3 Boston leads best of seven playoff series 2 0 Philadelphia 5 Atlanta 1 Philadelphia 'eads best of seven playoff series 2 0 Chicago 4 LOS Angeles 1 Chicago leads best of seven playoff series 2 0 Montreal 4 NY Rangers i Best of seven playoff series t ed 1- 1 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Boston 106 Buffalo 104 Boston wins Eastern Conference best seven semi finals 4 2 New York 91 Capital 81 New York wins Eastern Conference best-of seven semi tmals 4 3 ABA Indiana 86 San Antonio 79 Indiana wins West Division best of seven semi finals 4 3 GENERAL 1st LINE REAR TRACTOR TIRE 18.4x34 -6 ply S175 The tire experts with the low prices! 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