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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April 25, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGC HMAlO f Cardinals noiv 2-12 Topsy turvy Montreal Expos' third baseman Ron Hunt takes a dive as he loses control of the ball on a throw from centre- fielder Jorge Roque Tuesday evening. Cincinnati's Jos Morgan (on base) was safe on the throw. Expos scored seven times in the ninth inning to defeat the Reds 7-2. Houston club faces 3-0 deficit Aeros still can't beat Daley HOUSTON (AP) Winni- peg's alternate goalie Joe Daley wears Houston Aeros like a comfortable of shoes. "I guess I feel confident against them because they haven't beaten Daley saic Tuesday night after spending a busy evening in goal to lead the Jets to a 4-2 victory over the Aeros in the World Hockey As- sociation's semi-final playoffs. "It's gotten to the point that when I go in, I'm relaxed and confident against them." Daley appeared anything but relaxed in the first period Tues- day when he turned back 19 shots on goal by the aggressive Aeros, who now are down 3-0 in the bestnof-seven series and face elimination in Thursday's game here. Cleveland Crusaders also face elimination in the other league semi-final series against New England Whalers with the fifth game set for Boston Thursday night. The Whalers lead that best-of-seven set 3-1. The Aeros'fired 40 shots at Daley Tuesday but he didn't seem to mind. "You always come up against a team you like to play against and I'd have lo say I like to play against this said Daley, who has beaten the Aeros five times this season, in- cluding twice in the playoff series. "I got real lucky Daley said. "I stopped a couple that I didn't even see." The speedy Jets, with one of the best front lines in the WHA, appeared to be racing away from the Aeros, taking a 3-0 lead after two periods on goals by Joe Zanussi, Norm Beaudin and Bobby Hull. But suddenly in the third pe- riod, the Aeros scored two goals in the first five minutes of play. Winger Ted Taylor got the first one at and Jack Staafield took a pass from Keke Mortson at to pull Houston to within one goal. Chris Bordeleau added the dincher for the Jets at "When I scored the goal, they were expecting me to pass to Tigers, Blades play it again MEDICINE HAT icine Hat Tigers and Saskatoon Blades battled to a 2-2 tie Tues- day in the second game of their Western Canada Hockey League final, the second tie in as many games. The teams fought to a 44 tie in the opening game Monday, also played in Medicine Hat, Miners Rugby Club whipped The Calagary Saints, whallop- ed the. Lethbridge Miners Rugby Club 6-3 in an exhibition match over the Taster weekend. The Saints, who were bolster- ed with four Alberta also dumped Missoula, Mont, in another contest Sunday. It was Missoula's second loss of the weekend as they dropped a 26-13 decision to the Calgary Hornets Saturday. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Miners will see action again his Saturday as they host the Cornets in an exhibition tilt slated for 2 p.m. at the Civic Sports Centre. with the third and fourth games scheduled Thursday and Friday at Saskatoon. Lanny McDonald and Ken Gassoff scored the Medicine Hal goals while Ralph Klassen and Dennis Abgrall replied for Saskatoon. The teams played through a scoreless first period and were tied 1-1 going into the final frame. The star of the game was Medicine Hat netminder Sam Clegg who.turaed aside.36 of 33 shots. Ed Humphreys in the Saskatoon net made 20 saves. There were 11 minor penal- ties, six to Saskatoon in the game played before fans. The major blow to Medicine Hat came at of the second period when defenceman Jim McCrimmon was given a game misconduct by referee Terry Pierce. McCrimmon's loss left Tigers with three defencemen, one a rookie, for the remainder of the game. tinder the scoring for the series, the winner will be the first to reach a total of eight points with two points for a win and one point for a tie. Each team now has two points. Bobby Bordeleau said. "I didn't even take a high just came in quick." Hull's goal came on a 30-foo slap shot at of the secant period with the Jets in a power play. It ended a string of 15 straight successful penalty kill ing performances for the Aeros in the series. "This thing is far from player-coach Hull said. "We have made it tough for them though. They have to win four straight." A dismayed Aeros coach Bil Dineen said getting home migh help for Thursday's game. "We've been on the road 19 of 27 days but we're home Dineen said. "We're not walk ing around in shirts and tie, and living out of a suitcase." Easy wins registered Two lop-sided victories were registered in the official open ing of the City Slow Pitch League Tuesday night. All-Star Sports waxed Ad- vance Lumber 18-5 in one con test while Western Truck an more. COTT ABSORBERS iy Most Domestic Cors Reploce those worn shocks with best shock ab- sorbers for improved tire wear, stability, end riding comfort, INSTALLATION ONLY 11.75 EACH In CsnMg TURTLE UQMD CAR WAX .96 T-123C Delergent resistant car wax for long lasting 18 ounce size, limit 2. CAR TOP CARRIER )A Model 255 S All sttcl conilrvdion with non-Trnr suction cup movni- ingj. Soggoge downt included. BEnumHERT STORES J Open Doily 9 a.m. to A p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. reserve the right to limit quantities. COUSGE SHOPPING MAU 202S Mayor Mograth IMVISWW OT THt IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;