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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDG8 HERALD April 25, 1973 Open net goal clinches ivin Broncos leading by two PENTICTON. B.C. (CP) Pcnticton Broncos scored a 6-4 win over Forage La Prairie Terriers to take a 2-0 lead in the best of seven Centennial Cup semi-final hockey series here Tuesday. Bobby Nicholson counted two goa s for Penticton with others coming from Tim Struch, Dan Ashman, Les Crozier and Chad Campbell. Scoring for Portage La Prair- ie were Bill Robertson, with two goals, Al Hilton and Grant Farncomb. In the third period Portage La Prairie struck for three gcals to trail by just one. How- ever, Penticton locked it up in the final minute when Camp- bell scored into an open net after the Terriers had pulled their goalie. Penticton led 1-0 at the end of the first period and 4-1 after 40 minutes. Remaining games in the ser- ies will be played in Manitoba, with the next game scheduled for Friday. The terriers fired 35 shots at Penticton goalie Glen Buechert. The Broncos took 50 shots at Portage La Prairie goaltend- ers John Menrich and Tye Langton. Penticton won the first game 5-1 Sunday. After the game, Penticton coach Don Slater said: "We played exactly the same game as we did in winning the open- er and we can go on indefinite- ly cashing in on our power play if the Terriers continue taking needless penalties." Once again the Broncos' pro- duction line of Bob Nicholson, Tim Stuch and Chad Campbell figured in all three of the goals that came while Penticton held a man advantage. Meanwhile, Portage La Prairie coach McPherson was in no way disheartened by the two losses as he said: "They've got a good hockey club but they still could be in trouble when we get back to Manitoba." ANDY CAPP LOOK, IF I BUy YOU A PINT, CAN I'AVE A WORO Wl' VER? PERCY- MISSUS ABOU APPOINTMENT APRIL FOOD PRICES ARE RAINING YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 MIHALIK'S Phone 328-5742 for Free City Delivery on Large Orders. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. We sell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. Service Is Our Business PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 26, 27 and 28 SUPER Bellevue, Alberta Phone 564-4638 ATTENTION Your former Super Save IGA in Bellevue has changed to the new group Mayfair Foods. Same ef- ficient service just a new name. Coffee MAXWELL HOUSI Reg............. 1 Ib. net wt. V Orange Crystals 7 -CO RISE N SHINE Free Jello oz. net wt. for I Evap. Milk A Oft T.V................... 16 H. ox. tins W Tuna Apricots GOLD REEF fl. ox. tins Beans with Pork T.V.....................14 fl. oz. tins BYE THE SEA Chunk........7 fl. oz. tins CATELLI Mac and Cheese Dinner ........................7 oz. net wt. Miracle Whip KRAFT Salad Dressing................ 16 fl. oz. Jelly Powders NABOB Ail Flavours 314 oz. mrt wt. Flour R. HOOD All Purpose..........20 Ib. net wt. bag Angel Cakes R. HOOD White Angel, Choc. Swirl and Peppermint Swirl................ 15 oz. net wt. Detergent LUX Liquid PP fl. oz. Toilet Tissue ZEE. Family pink, blue, gr., yellow and whits------4s 2 89" 7.1" 10-r 4.49 59< 59' MAYFAIR FOODS MEATS "WE INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR MEATS THE BEST IN TOWN" "We will cut our meats to suit your requirements'' CHUCK Canada Grade A Beef Ib. Monhotten Rodst Beef Steakettes B Shoulder Roast Side Bacon Q 1 -29 Campfire By the PRODUCE Strawberries Watermelon Grapefruit Carrots 2 Imported Peacocks 2 Ib. Pink 56s Texos New Crep Can No 2 m. H GrownCan No I ead, DAIRY FOODS Cheese Cheese Slices BURNS SPREAD EASY........... 1 Ib. net BLACK DIAMOND 8 oz. net wt. FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice M1NUTEMAID French lit A RED LEAF 111V ......1 Ib. net wt. 5, r SWANSON Beef, Turkey and Chicken............8 oz. net wt. MiHAllK'S STORE HOURS: Monday, TwewJay, Wednesday, Saturday 9 turn, till 6 p.m. .Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to p.m. Crystal Palace dropped down one division level LONDON (CP) Crystal Palace, which earlier this sea- son spent million on new players in three months for First Division survival, slid into the Second Division after losing 2-1 to Norwich in English League soccer Tuesday. An injury-time goal knocked Crystal Palace put of the First Division and virtually guaran- teed Norwich's hold on a place in the same section. Almost cer- tain to be relegated with Palace is West Bromwich Albion. West Brom would have to win Its two remaining games with Norwich failing to gain a point from the one match it has to come, to stand a chance of staying up. Norich has 32 points, four more than West Brom and Palace, which has one game left. Besides spending money on players, Palace appointed Man- chester city boss Malcolm Alli- son as team manager a few weeks ago at a record salary for British soccer. In four years in the First Di- vision, the team never finished out of the bottom five. Palace took the lead when Don Rogers scored on a penalty shot in the 27th minute. But Co- lin Suggett scored the tying goal eight minutes later, and with the match almost over, David Stringer headed in the goal which gave Norwich the win. Brighton and Hove Albion is certain to finish at the bottom of the Second Division following a 2-0 defeat Tuesday to Queens Park Rangers, second in the di- vision. Leading Burnley stayed four points ahead with a 3-0 win over Luton Town. A missed penalty shot in the last seconds of the first half by Tony Field probably cost Black- burn Rovers their chance of promotion from the Third Divi- sion. They were surprisingly Race results CAL6ARY (CP) Ran results Tuesday Victoria Park: FIRST claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur- longs. Fantastic Summer (Inda) 4.00 2.80, Lady In The Dark (Barroby) 12.50 6.20, Calllm Nun (Stadnyk) 7.40. TIlTKS 2-5. Fablenne, Prairie Atom, Sir Magic, The Winnef, Royal Attempt also SECOND claiming, i year olds and up, 5 furlonos. Duchess Nan (Gold) 7.30 4.60 4.10, Dexter Boy (Glesbrecht) 14.50 Speedy Kim (Shields) 4.40. Time: 3-5. Silky Page, Reserva Spted, Traas- cruise, Cheat The Bull, Grey Cup Star also DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 2 year ols, 3 fur- loiws. Clara's Caper (Levlne) 3.40 2.90 2.90, Honeys Wish (Klolinq) 6.90 "4.W, Der- went (Stadnyk) Time: TIfany Star, Alderlch, Donnlta, Are Tee, Chlno's Brave also ran. QUINELLA: 7 FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 5 fur. longs. Royal Horseguards (Watson) 4.so 3.30 3.20. Prince Bully (Hedge) 5.60 Red Fewer (Giesbrecht) 5.10. Time: 4-5. Fair Haydn, My Elation, Hyeleh Barb, Petticoat Pirate, Cariboo Chief also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, S furlonos. Type Away (Levine) 4.00 3.00 J.90, Cranfield (Stadnyk) A70 3.10, Sunshint Charlie (Phfian) 2.60. Time: Shlrlevs Scope, Miss Ballaspree, Alley, Spangit D Amour, Eriks al'o ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up. S furioncs. (Levlne) 18.90 7.00 Future Session (Barroby) 3.90 3.90, Scotime (Grid) 8.80. Time: 4-5. Patapouf, Iron Admiral, Our Dandy, Campus Rebel, Magnums also ran. SEVENTH allowance, 4 year olds, 5 fur- longs. Dozen Dancer (Levlne) 4.30 3 80 4.10, Timber Topper (Morris) 8.10 5.40, Already Farleye (Whittle) 5.00. Time: 1-5. Scotty Georqe, Summer Stan, Damon Demon, Western Strip, Tolaquilo also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 5 furlongs. KelUa Girl rMcCauleyl 3.80 3.90, Will Argue (Kiplinq) 490 4.50, Beauty (Shields) 5.80. Time: 1-5. Crvstfl Chimes, Tis Foolery, Monty B, Fast Friday, No-wester also ran. QUINELLA: 521.50. -Special Comet 14 Tooth Bow Garden Rake ,A must for the gardener! Sturdy welded bow construction, 4Vi' handle. See the complete range of garden cate products tn PRO'S SPRING AND SUMMER CATALOGUE. 16 Economy Lawn Spreader So easy to operate, yet it has a hefty 25 Ib. capacity Durable metal construction, tubular steel handle, rubber-tired disc wheels. Rubberma'KJ Tree Trim Eliminates hand trimming around trees and shrubs, controls weed and grass growth and helps retain ZDVdia. with 5V centre. AH merchandise available at these Pro Hardware Dealers: HOYT J PRO HARDWARE 606-608 3rd Aw. S. Phono 327-5767 HOYT 5 PRO HARDWARE 324 13th St. N. Phono 328-4441 MARTENS PRO HARDWARE SfEGELAARS PRO HARDWARE Biairmore SPENCER S PRO HARDWARE Cordifcn STONE S PRO HARDWARE ;