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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, March 11, 1974 AMOVCAPP 1' .f.b.jf. 'WAIT TIU.TOU'BAR WHAT X WON AT BINGO, I'UlTAKE NOU A DRINK! THAT DOESN'T THINK. SHE JUST REARRANGES 'ER JSs Locals win both weekend games in playoff Native Sons have Taber on ropes Weekend The Stanley Cup scorers in Philadelphia? By THE CANADIAN PRESS NY Islanders 2 at NY Rangers 4 Nyst- rom. Kger. Fairbairn, Rousseau Philadelphia 4 at Buffalo 3 Bar- ber, Clarke, Kmdrachuk, Buf- Robert Schoenfeld Detroit 0 at Atlanta 4 2, J Stew- art Richard Montreal at Pittsburgh 4 2, P Ma- hovhch 2, Lemaire, Pitts- 2, Pronovost 2 St. Louis 1 at Minnesota 8 St Louis Gard- ner Droum, Stanfield, Nanne, Harvey, O'Brien Boston 2 at California 6 Shep- pard 3, Graves 2 Mott SATURDAY Philadelphia 2 at Toronto 1 2, Detroit 3 at NY Islanders 1 2, Rob- erts Boston 4 at Los Angeles 4 2, Orr, ashman, Los Chicago 4 at Vancouver 4 Chicago-Pappm 2, Hull, Redmond, "mieux, McSheffrey, Bor- deleau. O'Flaherty Pittsburgh 7 at St. Louis 5 2, Kellv. Stackhouse. Durbano, Pronovost. Lukowich, St. 2, Harbaruk, Gardner Polls NY Rangers 2 at Montreal 4 Tkaczuk, Mahovlich 2, F Mahovlich, Roberts SETS RECORD GOTHENBERG Sweden (Reuter) Nadezhda lima of the Soviet Union set a world indoor record in the women's 400 metres Sunday with a time of 52 44 seconds. By THE CANADIAN PRESS There s a growing conviction among armchair analysts of the National Hockey League that the Stanley Cup may come to rest in Philadelphia this sea- Bruins and Mon- treal Canadiens notwithstand- ing The Flyers reinforced that appraisal by winning back-to- back road games on the weekend to expand their lead in the West Division to seven points over Chicago Black Hawks Philadelphia defeated Buffalo Sabres 4-3 Sunday afternoon, after nipping Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 Saturday night Meanwhile, the defending champion Canadiens, who have suffered some incredible losses recently, recovered some of their poise by topping Pittsburgh Penguins 5-4 Sunday after defeating New York Rangers 4-2 Saturday night Boston Bruins gained only a single point on their trip to the West Coast, being upset 6-2 by the lowly California Seals Sun- day, after settling for a 4-4 tie Saturday against Los Angeles Kings In other games Sunday, the Rangers defeated New York Islanders 4-2, Atlanta Flames shut out Detroit Red Wings 4-0 and Minnesota North Stars thumped St Louis Blues 8-1 In other games Saturday, Vancouver Canucks tied the Hawks 4-4, the Wings defeated the Islanders 3-1 and the Pen- guins downed the Blues 7-5 NO GAMES TONIGHT The league is idle tonight, but Tuesday Toronto visits St Louis. Philadelphia plays the Islanders, Buffalo is at Boston and Detroit goes to Vancouver Although Philadelphia has won five games in a row, coach Fred Shero doesn't believe in relaxing "We have a seven-point lead but we can't relax We had an eight-point lead once before and we lost he said He conceded, however, that the Flyers have jelled into a good team "We're at the point now where I have confidence in whatever line I put out there, and that probably means we have a pretty good team Our club is loose and doing everything it can to keep the heat off one another A coach can t do it all, you Shero said "Shero has everything go- Buffalo coach Joe Crozier said, after watching Sabres playoff-hopes fade I figure I had about seven guys going and that's not enough In a big game you can't have passengers It was third-period goals by Bobby Clarke and Orest Kind- rachuk that sealed the Sabres fate Sanderson suspended BOSTON (AP) Boston Bruins announced today that they have suspended centre Derek Sanderson for the rest of the current National Hockey League season and the Stanley Cup championships playoffs for "conduct detrimental to the proper operation of the hockey team The Bruins offered no further comment on the move. The controversial Sanderson missed the beginning of the season with a back injury After returning to the team, he suffered a broken bone in his foot when hit by a puck in a game and missed several more games He returned to the Bruins recently but has seen limited action He played in Sunday night's loss to California Seals Lethbridge Native Sons of the Central Alberta Junior B League, .appear to have hit their at just the right time Sons, wHo were stuck in last place when the regular season ended, have come alive and are now just one game away from a berth in the league final Saturday and Sunday the locals dropped the Taber Palace Pats to take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five Southern Division final Third game is set for Taber Tuesday night A fourth game, if necessary, is set for Henderson Ice Centre Wednesday at 8 30 Saturday night the Sons outlasted the Pats 10-8 and then came back Sunday for a convincing 6-2 triumph Sunday, at Henderson Ice Centre, Reg Osmond and goalie Gary Warner shared the spotlight for the Sons Osmond scored twice, including once on a penalty shot, while Warner blocked 38 shots Allan Marchuk, Piero Blazers have Oiler number By THE CANADIAN PRESS If officials of Edmonton Oil- ers wonder why their team is struggling to stay out of fourth place in the West Division of the World Hockey Association they need look no further than Vancouver The Oilers saw the Blazers end a nine-game losing streak Sunday night with a 2-1 over- time victory before Ed- monton fans It was Van- couver's sixth triumph in nine meetings with Edmonton Pete Donnelly provided ex- cellent goaltending and Murray Myers supplied the winning goal at 1 32 of the extra period to sink the Oilers, who remained in a tie for third place with Winnipeg Jets, who were idle In other matches Sunday, Los Angeles Sharks stopped Minnesota Fighting Saints 6-5, Toronto Toros whipped Cleveland Crusaders 8-3 and Quebec Nordiques toppled New Jersey Knights 5-2 On Saturday, the Saints de- feated the Nordiques 9-5, Houston Aeros downed the Toros 4-2 and Chicago Cougars edged the Jets 5-4 Minnesota 5 at Los Angeles 6 The second-place Saints had lost only three and tied one in their last 21 games'hadn't lost since Feb 12 and boasted the WHA's hottest scorer in Mike Walton But the Sharks pulled to leads of 2-0, 4-3 and 6-4 while blanking Walton, who had scored 11 goals in his last three games Lavaratto, Greg Kveder and Rod Pocza added single markers for the Sons Darcy Virostek, the third star of the game behind Osmond and Warner, and Robin Knibbs replied for the Pats The two clubs were even, 1- 1, after the first 20 minutes of play The Sons put it out of reach by outsconng the Pats 4-1 in the middle stanza Saturday night Taber took a 3-2 lead into the dressing room Longhorns complete 1973-74 season EDMONTON (Special) The Lethbndge Longhorns completed their 1973-74 Alberta Junior Hockey League season schedule with a tie and a loss in Edmonton over the weekend. The Longhorns. who finished last in their initial season in the AJHL. battled TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE Prnm thf mjkers of TUMS Take gentle-acting M... Nature's remedy'HI is an all vegetable ln laxative Forever 70 years. M has been giving folks pleasant eMecfove relieJovernigJJt Mtomgnt tomorrow alright' -CMOCOUTT CCAftO-WMKMS the third place Mets to a 4-4 overtime draw Sunday while taking a 7-3 setback Saturday. In Sunday's encounter. Bruce Small scored a pair of goals to lead the Longhorns' attack while singles went to Darryl Zaparniuk and Bernie Syrenne Rick Zaparniuk tallied twice for the Mets while Gary Rissling and Gerry Cormack chipped in with singles Dale Emmelcamp had 39 saves in the Longhorns" net while Brian Henderson and Jim Bowman combined for 36 saves in the Edmonton net Only six minor penalties were called during the three periods of play with two going to the Mets, who'll now meet the Red Deer Rustlers in a best-of-seven semi-final series opening in Edmonton next weekend Meanwhile in Edmonton Gary Rissling and Gerry Cormack each scored two goals to lead Edmonton Mets to a 7-3 victory over Lethbridge Longhorns Saturday night. Singles were added by Bob Sokolowski. Wayne Babych and Tony Lecuyer. while Darrel Zaparniuk. Ken Klinkhammer and Terry Roberts replied for the Longhorns Craig Dodds made 17 saves in the Lethbridge nets, while Brian Henderson of the Mets managed 36 The Mets led 4-1 and 6-2 by periods, and took eight of 13 minors Edmonton also had one misconduct Jerrv Bancks scored his 48th and 49th goals of the season and Dave Scott and Brock Kaluznick added two goals each to lead Calgary Canucks to an 84 win over the Pass Red Devils in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Saturday night Russ Hall and Don Cairns Achieves Distinction of Being Named "Salesman of the Month" for February Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that Murray Bullock has attained the distinction of being named "Salesman of the Month" for February, 1974 Murray has had many years experience in the Auto- mobile business Why not let him help you in your choice of your next car or truck whether new or used His advice to you is Deal with Youll BENY-fit BBfY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBULE MURRAY BULLOCK MataGaregi id Sin OK Supermarket Lot after the period of play. Sons made it 6-3 after two with four unanswered goals. It looked as though the Sons would make it look easy as they scored two quick third period goals to take an 8-3 lead However, the Pats were far from finished as they fired in four goals within two minutes to narrow the gap to 8-7 Osmond was the big gun Saturday night as well with goals and a pair of helpers Kveder added two goals and a like number of assists while singles went to Pocza, Joe Meli, Tom Ellin, Gary Craik and Lavaratto. Zom Kover scored three times for Taber, Dennis Setoguchi chipped in with a brace while solo markers came off the sticks of Virostek, Dan Cole, and Ted Weist Only six minor penalties were called while Taber outshot Lethbndge 36-32 Tuesday's game is set for Al Unser edged by brother ONTARIO, Calif Bobby Unser out-dueled brother Al Unser down the stretch Sunday and won the fifth California 500-mile auto race after a "one-m-a- milhon" incident struck down A J Foyt The oldest of the two driving brothers from Albuquerque, N M, came home a scant half-second ahead of his younger brother in a brilliantly executed race that had started with many uncertainties because of a fuel shortage on and off the track The two brothers solved the fuel problem on the track, going the 500 miles with only 280 gallons of fuel and an estimated spectators solved their own gas problems to see the action Bobby Unser's average speed was 157017 miles per hour, despite seven yellow- light slowdowns involving 30 laps He stands to collect at least from the purse and a good share of the lap prize money. It was the closest finish in the history of Indianapohs- type racing The best previous finish was in the 1970 Cal 500 when Jim McElreath nipped the late Art Pollard by three- quarters of a second The winner needed only three hours, 11 minutes and 03 71 seconds to complete the race Foyt, a three-time In- dianapolis winner, had been the early leader, starting his Gilmore Racing Team Coyote from the front row position with a qualifying speed of 190 617 m p h But Foyt, auto racing's all- time money and championship winner, ran across some debris on the track and pierced his oil tank, sending him to the sidelines after 57 miles of action 8 30 at the Taber Civic Centre. Meanwhile, in provimcal Juvenile B playoffs the Lethbndge Kinsmen Warriors doubled the score on Claresholm Clippers 8-4 in the first game of the two-game, total-goal series Warriors, with players from the Midget Elks, led 2-1 after one period and 5-3 after two Ron Moser, of the Elks, paced the win with three goals, Darrell Osmond, also of the Elks added two with singles going to Mike Boychuk, another Elk, Greg Lewis and Baden Pilling Bryan Massam scored twice for Claresholm Solo markers went to John McKee and Larry MacDonald Friday night the Clippers trounced the Elks 10-3 EdVinNiMiwmluiizM Chinook 319 -7th St. South MEET ED Ed is our newest sales representative and is well qualified to serve your office, stationery and printing needs. Ed is look- ing forward to meeting our many old and new cus- tomers. JLia. Phom 327-4591 Complete car care 14 Point. Electronic added singles for the Canucks Stan Alstad with two Craig Styles, Lyle Murray and Bob Dittnck with one each scored for the Pass The loss for the Red Devils. with Edmonton Mets' 7-3 victory over Longhorns. assured the Mets a third-place finish in final league standings The Pass is five points back in fourth place with two games left to play AJHL playoffs start next weekend with the Mets meeting first-place Rustlers in Red Deer Second-place Calgary will meet the Pass in the other semi-final in a best- of-seven series at Calgary. Bob Haldane scored five goals to lead Red Deer Rustlers to a 13-2 win over Drumhel'er Falcons Saturday night. Brian Sutler scored three goals, and singles were added by Ron Lecuyer, Dave Beardsworth. Peter Skrabyk and Rod Pimm and Terry WiUchen Garth Morgan and Grant Pushie scored for Drumheller who trailed 4-1 and 9-2 by periods Grant Pushie scored with 14 seconds remaining in regulation play and then scored the winning goal at 48 seconds in overtime Sunday to give Drumheller Falcons a 2-1 victory over the Pass Red Devils The first two periods were scoreless Stan Alstad scored the lone Red goal in the third FOR THIS ONE PRICE YOU GET: Initial electronic scope check Battery cables and hold down, tested and cleaned All labour for service and installation of spark plugs Cylinder output test All labour for replacement of condenser Rotor check H T wiring distributor cap coil and primary circuit checked Timing checked and adjusted P C V operation check Heat riser valve checked and lubricated Idling mixture checked and adjusted Fuel pump and filter checked Air cleaner element check And a final scope check CYLINDER Parts extra if required 8 CYLINDER Disc or Drum Brake Reline YOUR BRAKES MAY NEED RELINING RIGHT NOW. 95 Including patls and labour Most Cars FOR CARS WITH FRONT WHEEL DISC BRAKES YOU GET: New front brake pads installed 9 pt. inspection of your complete brake system. 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