Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 1HE UTKEPllDet KEUUJ Mon'aV, AfKil 27, 1WO Junior Batter Saidt For Third Time Weybui'n Nearing Western Championship A SIGN OF VICTORY Boston Bruins, Jahn McKenite victory sign Jn dressing room after he scored the winning goal to send the Chicago Black Hawks down to de- feat in four straight games in the NHL division playoff series. McKerule's goat came with less than two minutes left in the game ot Boston Garden. WEYBURN; -ffeybum Red Wings, one win away from advancing to tlie Heraorial Cup final, hope to seep the pressure on Thunder Kay Hurricanes tonight in the sixth game of the best-of-seven western series. The Red Wings took a 3-2 lead in the western final with a 5-1 win over the Hurricanes before fans Sunday afternoon. It was their third straight victory after dropping the first two games of the series at Thunder Say. "If we're going to win this we have to keep control of he Weyburn coach Stan Dunn said in an interview. "We hare to keep the pressure on hem to force their younr.s players to make mistakes." The Red Wings, who won the Saskatchewan, Junior Hockey fague title, snapped a M irst-period deadlock with four unanswered goals in the second ERRORS COSTLY Wait, coach of the Hurri-anes and former National 1 o c V e y League defenceman, darned Thunder Bay's mistakes or the setback. "They simply look advantage of our mistakes. We gave then he puck on three of their four "Our backs are to the wall But if we start thinking hockey we'll show them what we can do tonight." Eugene Sobchuk sparked Weyburn with a goal and two assists. He set up Gerry Leippi formerly of Regina Pats, winning goal at the 37-sec-ond mark of the second period. Other Weyburn scorers were Larry Giroux, Calvin Booth and BobGerrard. Caul Sandberg scored the toe Thunder Bay goal" which scoring at of the first jeriod. Meanwhile in Montreal, Sault sfe. Marie Greyhounds face elimination tonight when they meet Montreal Junior Cana-diens in the fifth game of the wst-of-seven Eastern Memorial Cup semi-final series. The Junior Canadieis, champions of the Ontario Hockey ociation Junior A series, smashed their rivals from the Northern Ontario Association Sunday night before to take a 3-1 lead in the series. The winner will meet Quebee Remparts in the Eastern final. Richard Lemieux, Robert Guindod and Gilbert Perreautt scored two goals each for Montreal while Robert Lalonde, Michel Latreille and Pierre Brind'Amour collected one each. Eddy Bumbacco scored twice for the Greyhounds and Julio Francella added the other. Destroys Portland Track PORTLAND, Ore. destroyed the grandstand at Portland Meadows Horse Racial Track early today and loss was estimated at more than The fire left only a skeleton of steel and concrete. Winds at first pushed the flames across the brack toward the horse barns but firemen wietted down' the bane an later the wind shifted, easing the danger of the blaze spreading. No race horses were and Recreation Department CITY Of LETHBRIDGE City of lethbrioy Cemetery By-'aw Hie following Mctlon: (o) No jwrjon ploct artificial flowers on ony lot in Iht laid Publk Cemeteries during the period May lit-September 30th inclusive In ony year. (b) The Superintendent iholl have full authority to artificial flovvm from any lot en the ;jid Publk Cemetery during the period referred to in >ub paragraph Notice is hereby given that of May 1; 1970 artificial flower arrangements remaining in the Cemetery will be collected for d social by Cemetery itatf. Owners who wish, to .retain, their arrangement, must have them removed prior to May 1, Tait, Aasen Take Title Lethbridge entries took home half of the silverware from the Alberta open raquetball championships which concluded Saturday at the YMCA. Dale Aasen and Logan Tait combined to take the championship in the doubles competition while Brian Trenholm o Lethbridge teamed up wit Howard Rankin of Edmonton to take the consolation doubles Rankin was the singles cham pton while Ronald Thompson o Calgary was the consolatio singles winner. A total of 26 competitors took part in the three day BOMB 5CARE-B5U Trent went through an Tcy agony when the coptain of his plane announced there might a bomb on board. How dfd the other passengers react? What motions did the crew go through? Trent describes the tense scene where every minute might be the Last. IN YOUR lETHBXIDGE HERALD Spokane Takes Opener SPOKANE, Wash. (CP) Spokane Jets got good mileage from pickup Ron Huston Sunday night as they broke a 2-2 sec- ond-period tie for a 5-2 win over Orillia Terriers in the first game of the oest-of-seven Allan Cup senior hockey final. Huston, picked up from Cran- brook Royals and last season's Western International Hockey League scoring champion, fired iip the Jets with too goals in the final period. Tom Rendall scored the oiher third period goal before the QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 M SI. 5. Ph. S28-7684 Capitol Ftrmitun EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. crowd of Don Scherza and Gail Holden also scored for Spo- kane. Gscrge WcstfaH ar.d Corty Adams counted for Orillia. The second game of the series wiD be played here Tuesday night It is the first time in the 62-year history of the Allan Cup, symbol of Canadian senior hockey -supremacy, that the final is being played in the United States. Huston tipped a loose puck into the Orillia net for what proved to be the winning goal after goaltender Gerry JIc- Namara bad stopped a- shot by Peter Vipood. STOPS 35 SHOTS McNamara blocked 35 shots, four more than Spokane net- minder Seth Martin. Orillia dished out some of the heaviest physical punishment Jets have encountered all season but Spokane's skating game paid off in the final pe- riod. Scberza opened the scoring at of the first period, driving a 15-footer past McNamara. Westf all Bed H a minute later after Carl Hymers stole a Spo- kane clearing attempt. popped in the. rebound after Martin blocked Hymers. Orillia took the lead early In the second period -when Adams bulled past the Spokane defence and scored. But Holden evened tlie score three minutes later with a Utckhander. Eastern Canada sen- ior champions, fought back gamely in the final period but couldn't catch the fast-skating Jets. Third game of the series li here Thursday. 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