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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 14, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 SUinicy Cup will have ico defeated Jamaica 4-0 Thur day night for first victory i Olympic Games soccer elimina lion matches. GIIAV van KQUT VANCOUVER CCP) Can iH a n champio Clyde Gray of Toronto heat the list of lioxers signed fo preliminary action on the Ma heavyweight bout here bctwee Canadian champ George Civ valo and lorincr world tillehol er Mulinnimnd All. Mnlclimnkcr Nick Zubr; said Thur.sday that Gray moot Manny Goraalcs of H Ion, Tex., in a ID-rounder. as lucky to pet the big goal, ut my wingers were helping c out" all night." The Canadiens came out ying before fans and arj several good scoring h a n c c sr but Hangers' net- indcr Ed Giacomin was oul- The groy haired goalio CoLirnoyer and Claude arose fiuin point-blank range id did the splits to kick out a _ive from Hcjcan ilonle from ust Inside tho blue-line. "Canndiens have put plenty oC on me in oilier games, ut the puck soon went into the Giacomin said. This time didn't, but the pressure kept ght on being applied." "They came out flying nnd eally poured it New York oach Kmile Francis said. "We xpected that. We knew they be up for this one." TARTS SCORING But it was Falrbairn who pencd the scoring when he auped Tkaczuk's rebound past )ryden from close in at of lie first period. Dryden couldn't iove on the play as defence- man J. C. Tremblay was silling top him in the crease. Cournoycr tied the score for he Canadiens two minutes later vlien he broke away from two and blasted a shot iast Giacomin from 10 feet out. F a i r b a I r n restored the Hangers' lead at of the sec- nd when he took a pass from inemate Gene Carr nnd fired he puck over DrydeiTs right shoulder. i Carr avoided a weak checking effort by Canadiens1 rookie Guy Lafleur In the right corner, bcliind the Canadiens1 net to the other side and then passing lo Fairbairn. But the Rangers were gullLy of a defensive lapse ahoul five minutes later and il allowed Le- nairc lo lie the score. Lemaire, standing in the clear, took a iass from Lafleur and hart time o knock down a bouncing puck and fire an off-balance back- land shot past Gincomin, That set the stage for the winning effort by Tkaciuk. IIAUS IIAVR CHANCES Montreal had its chances to even Ihe score in the third pe- riod, but Giacomin rose to the occasion each time. He stuck out his left leg and just caught a piece of slap shot by Jacques Lemaire wilh 09 seconds left to preserve !be win. Wilh less than 30 seconds left, he kicked out a low drive from Guy Lapoinle. Canadiens had a man- power advantage for the last 7fi seconds of the game as a result if a penalty lo Jim Xeilson. They pulled Drydcn for an extra at- tacker. Gincomin lofted a clearing shot down the Ice with less than 25 seconds left nnd it missed the Canadiens goal by a few inches. ".My firsi intention was to gel Ihc puck out of our Gia- comin said. "I saw I had a chance lo get Hie shot up high and send it really sailing clown the ice. I thought I might have been able to score. I wish it had gone in. Giacomin jumped up and down as soon as Ihe final siren wailed the elimination of Ihe Cnnacliens and tlien his team- mates rushed to congratulate him. "I've been happy in my life but never thai Kut D ryde n brushc cl a way post- game tears. NEW YORK 3 MONTREAL 1 Firsi Period New York, Fair- burn 4 (ThanukJ Montreal, Cournover 2 (Richard) Penally Second Pc-ricd 3 Nesv York, Fair- burn 5 (Cflrr) Monlreal, Le- milro 3 (Lalleur, Tardiff) Pen- Park Third Period 5. NC.V York, Tkac- luX 1 (Falrburn, Selllnq) Penal- ties Laliour biellng Ln- roso minor, mlsccnrtut-t p riovHth ]J (9, PdtK He Sfiots on qual New Yerk 7 Montreal 11 J THE WINNER York Rangers' netminder Ed Giacomin leaps in tho air as ihe siren )o end ihe game and Ihe series. Hew York beat Monlreul Canadiens 3-2 In the sixth game of the besl-of-seven series Thursday in Montreal. (CP Wirepholo) Martin will post bond MIAMI (API Herb Marlin, president of (he homeless Screaming Eagles World Hockey Association team, sairl Thursday he will post a re- quired performance bond and his prospective play- ers will ready for Ihc 19V2-73 season. Earlier ID Ihe week Martin Eairi Hie franchise wns in ardy in Florida because Ihn team had run into trouble find- ing a home. of Bowling CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES I orna Newman 275; Lynn Oide 373; Joyce S tier son 784; Anna belie Prucrv 77D Linda 275 nAargo 3W; M-iry V.'iLh- nevikl (M91; M.irge Roii Jarvio 137; Gair PiirKs 737; Arlena McKay SUNDQU1ST CONSTRUCTION Carler 314 Jean 001 Wicholls JJ5 Paf Plomp 78-1; Leah Gcrla 1U; Pal Tun- Sid 11 370; Joyce AndrcachuK ?55 Irene Lynde 74S Grace Dyk 73i Isnhclle 34P; Dor- o'hy Arfams 219; Null Maclrtlcih 335. J.C.C.A. Tom Wcdwuma 390 (7HJ: Nflkamura 363 Franrls W4 Kyolo Shlgchlro Jiro iViiyaqawa Jim 304 (7S01r Rena TanaKa 739; K.iye 3M Wary ShiQEhira 3flD; FujUfl 741; Sum! Mftizrumn Vt; Pal Tobo 334; Virginia Fulira Flo TomiyBma 314. WEDNESDAY MORNING Isla Welch 747; Allanail Grocdtn 336; Kay Dsvlscn 741 McAuley 3J4; Frances Harris 77i-, Vpra Mcholls 381 Dorolhy Way 313; Helen Wicts Tlsl'v nAnrim iftjn uitK fjnia Sinrt- lirkcjpr I-U< Cnarlolle Reid MARTINIZ1NG Isflhol Orilon iOO t-rrrafne Kircnner 3B3 (7H1; Jean Pnssey 7i8 Lilecn Carlr-r ?i2 Vcra NfrholK Wary Tfiomswi Rose WcNab Robcrli 331; Pat Ploinp 11'; r.'-ary fAorrom 357 Wac Pop ma 550 Gfiice Van Dyk 756. Everl sislers MTU matches ST. PETERSBURG, F1 a. The tocn-nfic Evert sls- Icrs, Chris ami Jcnnnic. lintli won quarlcr-final slots in UIP S1B.OOO Virginia Slims Masters I c n n 1 s loumnmcnl Thursday w i t h victories, respectively, over Corinnc Molcsworth and IlJona Sclmllau. Ki'vciilccn-vcnr-old Oiris. No, socd in tlio tourney, heat her ul jis.ii u-2, ii- i. GREENS SHOES 351 Rny fhfl 331 Allan Kpn K< JcMn Wompcl Rsndy Wclilc-rrrrff 2f.9 J Koskoski 314; Jr .incite Srr.ced Shirley Are.shcrkXo 251 [A Marion TMIcy ?3i f.'c. 331 EAGLES LODGE JM GilleM Evelyn Groves 333: Hefcn 3 .11; Doug McCarfriy 7-tS, Gary VayKovich 3S7; Geo A'Jlchcir Ii3; V.'illlo Plomp 357; Elva Rom- bough FranV ?J4j Joyce SPEEDYS Lorraine KirT.henrr 359 Marg SmlfM ;g; Boauflry Br.irri Malcninicrv J74, Jortr.fllp Sirred 3 13, Chni- 1ie 140, Wilma Vernier 74i, Dareen Wi'St-O 77S (67 2m, DOWNTOWN BOVVLADROVE SAFEWAY MIXED 10 PIH Anna Vjric 141, Darlene Smitn U7 Komr'r MA. Harb 111, Mnrtr Smilh Pal RrxiJinyak IBS Gnrdw )71, Mike 197, Torn iVflir ifli, DGUG Kosnctl JiMn Most of the people who buy our Evinrudc Starflite V-4's aren't racers. They just want the best engine they can buy, from whoever makes the best engines. Selling the world's outboard speed record nnd holding it for 11 years has taught us a lot about how lo build faster, stronger, moie reliable production engines. That's why the big Evmrudes (tiie and ihe new 125) arc all V-4's. The tougher, shorter V-4 crankshaft can take a lot more than conventional in-line crankshafts. And de- liver a lot more, too. Evinrude's V-4 design also cuts down on engine height for greater stability when the going gets rough, We think our 131 mph. record has helped give you a belter outboard. And if our competition didn't think so, why arc they still trying to beat it? Sec the complete Evinrudc line, 1G models from 2 to 125 at your dealer's now. First In Qutboards our future is riding on it ViVvfl ov ei board drains en Ihc nt.v Zvfnurfes. AH fuel fs recycled, A produci nf Guibc.vd cl Cjintda Ltd, Pelciborouah, C i ir.i Hepp's Industries Ltd. Parts and Service Sales Phono 327-2533 Simpsons-Sears Centre Village Mall tefnonago, A tin. Phone 32B-9231 ;