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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bernie Parent due for a rest By THE CANADIAN PRESS The way Philadelphia Flyers are winning, goaltender Bernie Parent may finally get a few games off before the Stanley Cup playoffs begin. Coach Fred Shero had said he would not rest. Parent until the Flyers took a firm grip on either first or second place in the National Hockey League East Division. Tuesday night the first- place Flyers opened a nine- point lead over Chicago Black Hawks with a 2-1 win against New York Islanders at Uniondale, N.Y. Parent appeared in 62 of the Flyers' first 65 games and established a 1.92 goals- against average. Most other NHL teams have two or even three goalies sharing the load. Shero said Tuesday he has Summaries BOSTON 4, BUFFALO 0 First Period No scoring. Penalty Vadnais Second Period 1. Boston, Cashman 23 (Esposito, Vadnais) Penalties Schoenfeld Korab Third Period 2. Boston, Bucyk 27 Orr 3. Boston, Esposito 59 Smith) 4. Boston, Leduc 3 (Marnotte) Penalties Savard O'Reilly Korab Shots on goal by Buffalo 1 11 Boston 10 9 7-26 ST. LOUIS 2, TORONTO 1 First Period 1. St. Louis. Giroux 5 (Plante, Merrick) Penalties Pelyk Sather Second Ported 2. St. Louis, Plante 21 Sather, Merrick Penalties Monahan Ecclestone Wright Third Period 3. Toronto, McKenny 13 (Ullman, Salming) Penalties linger B. Plager Henderson Shots on goal, by Toronto 8 10 St. Louis 5 11 PHILADELPHIA 2, NY ISLANDERS 1 First Period No scoring. Penalties Van Impe Schultz, Nystrom double minors Howatt Philadelphia bench served by Kelly Second Period 1. Philadelphia, Nolet 15 (Van Impe. MacLeish) 2 NY Islanders. Stewart 18, 3. Philadelphia. Barber 25 (Flett) Penalties Schultz. Lewis double minors Dupont double minor. Westfall Third Period No scoring. Penalties Dupont MacLeish. Hart Howatt Shots on goal by Philadelphia 8 14 New York 7 5 taken special steps to ensure that Parent has the stamina to play virtually every game. "We don't overwork him in practice and we do everything possible to rest him. We let him room alone on the road and we keep checking to make sure he doesn't lose too much weight." Goals by Simon Nolet and Bill Barber gave the Flyers their sixth win in a row. In other games, Detroit Red Wings downed Vancouver Canucks 2-1, St. Louis Blues edged Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 and Boston Bruins blanked Buffalo Sabres 4-0. Wings 2 Canucks 1 Vancouver missed a chance to climb out of a tie with the Islanders for last place in the East Division when Mickey Redmond scored the decisive goal, his 45th of the year, late in the second period. The Wings held a two-man advantage when Redmond unleashed a 40-foot slapshot that went through the pads of Vancouver netminder Gary Smith. Blues 2 Leafs 1 Wayne Stephenson blocked 25 shots as the Blues ended an eight-game winless streak. Larry Giroux and Pierre Plante gave the Blues a 2-0 lead before Jim McKenny made it close with a third- period goal. Bruins 4 Sabres 0 Bobby Orr topped the 100- point mark for a record fifth year in a row when he assisted on John Bucyk's third-period goal. Phil Esposito scored his 59th goal and picked up his 68th assist and Gille Gilbert recorded his fifth shut-out for the Bruins. WadMMtay, March 13, If74 THI LETHMIDOE HERALD San Diego Padres' bats boom snapping drought Harrelson called out Bud Harrelson of the New York Mets slides away from Boston Red Sox catcher Victor Corell in exhibition game Tuesday. Harrelson was out however trying to score from first on a hit to right field. Red Devils coast to 10-3 win Tonight, Montreal Canadians are at Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings visit California Golden Seals. Pittsburgh Penguins go to Los Angeles and Atlanta Flames are at Minnesota North Stars. BLAIRMORE, Alta. (CP John Hawkins, Wayne Turner and Lyle Murray each scored two goals as the Pass Red Devils blasted' Calgary Canucks 10-3 Tuesday night in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Billy Kelts, Brian Granfield, Stan Alstad and Grant Wells got the other goals for the Pass who led 2-1 and 5-2 by periods. Dean Magee got two goals for the losers while Don Cairns notched the other. The Red Devils outshot Calgary 34-28. Calgary was assessed 12 penalties, including three majors and two misconducts. The Pass drew nine, also including three majors and two misconducts. Meeting for all umpires The Lethbridge Softball Umpires Association will hold a general meeting at the Gas Company auditorium tonight. The eight o'clock meeting is open to all umpires and prospective umpires. Alex Allison, who was recently elected as the 1974 president of the LSUA, will officiate the important session and will be aided by vice-president Mike Varzari and secretary treasurer Ron Legge. CALGARY (CP) The Alberta Junior Hockey League today announced the dates for its semi-final playoff series. The first series opens Saturday when Red Deer Rustlers meet the Mets in Edmonton. The second and third games will be played in Red Deer March 17 and 19, and fourth in Edmonton March 21, the fifth if necessary in Red Deer March 23, the sixth in Edmonton March 24, and the seventh March 26 in Red Deer. In the second series, Calgary Canucks meet the 'Pass Red Devils in Calgary March 17. The second game is scheduled March 19 in Blairmore, 'the third in Calgary March 21, the fourth at Blalrmore March 23, the fifth if necessary at Calgary March 24 if necessary, and the sixth at Blairmore March 26 and the seventh at Calgary March 28. Sudden-death overtime will be in effect for all playoff games, with each game played to a conclusion. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Diego Padres snapped their baseball exhibition drought with three home runs and 14 hits Tuesday en route to their first victory of the pre- season 11-6 romp over Chicago Cubs. Bobby Tolan, Dave Roberts and Ivan Murrell unloaded homers for the Padres, who had scored four runs in 30 previous innings. Tolan's three-run shot capped a four- run rally in the seventh inning and put San Diego ahead to stay. Bill Grief was the winning pitcher and Paul Reuschel the loser. In other action, Pittsburgh Pirates defeated a Chicago White Sox split squad 9-5; Philadelphia Phillies buried Detroit Tigers 10-2; New York Yankees blanked Kansas City Royals 9-0; Boston Red Sox edged New York Mets 3-1; Texas Rangers trimmed Atlanta Braves 7-3; Houston Astros nipped Minnesota Twins 4-3; Cincinnati Reds shaded Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4; St. Louis Cardinals beat the other White Sox squad 2-1; Cleveland Indians topped Cali- fornia Angels 9-6; Oakland Athletics downed San Francisco Giants 8-5; and Milwaukee Brewers defeated Arizona State 5-2. PIRATES 9, WHITE SOX 5 Home runs by Willie Stargell, Richie Zisk and Dave Augustine led the Pirates. Bill Melton and Luis Alvarado contributed tworun doubles for the White Sox. PHILLIES 10, TIGERS 2 Mike Schmidt drove in three runs with a single and triple, and Del Unser slammed a two-run homer for the Phils' Norm Cash and John Knox doubled home the Tiger runs. YANKEES 9, ROYALS 0 Ron Blomberg collected two hits and three runs-batted-in for the Yanks. Blomberg now has driven hi 10 runs in 15 at- bats this spring. Sam McDowell, Bob Polinski, Ken Wright and Tom Buskey shared New York's four-hit shutout. RED SOX 3, METS 1 Rookie outfielder Dick Rice cracked three base hits in Bosto.n's victory. Mario Guerrero and Dick McAuliffe drove in a run each with base hits for the Red Sox. RANGERS 7, BRAVES 3 Jim Bibby pitched four in- nings of two-hit ball to gain the victory for Texas. Rookie third baseman Roy Howell's run-scoring double highlighted a four-run Ranger uprising in the fourth. Worthy had easy third By THE CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Oilers made it easy for goalie Chris Worthy Tuesday night in the third period of their World Hockey Association game. The Oilers tightened their defence to allow just one shot on Worthy while they scored four times in the final 20' minutes to beat Los Angeles Sharks 8-1. In the first 40 minutes, Worthy stopped 31 shots while the Oilers established a 4-0 lead. The Oilers equalled their highest goal output of the season as they took sole possession of third place in the West Division, moving two points ahead of the idle Winnipeg Jets. The Sharks, in the West Division basement with 45 losses, have 10 games in which to equal the WHA record of 50. defeats, set last year by Chicago Cougars. Blair MacDonald led the Edmonton attack with two goals. The Sharks' Gerry Odrowski spoiled Worthy's shutout with a goal in the second period. In other games, the Cougars downed New England Whalers 5-3 and Houston Aeros edged Minnesota Fighting Saints 3-2. Cougars 5 Whalers 3 The win moved the Cougars to within one point of Cleveland Crusaders, who occupy fourth place in the East Division. Cleveland has played one more game than Chicago. ASTROS 4, TWINS 3 Larry Milbourne scored Houston's winning run on a delayed double steal in the eighth inning. Cesar Cedeno. and Milt May contributed two hits apiece for the Astros. REDS 6, DODGERS 4 Junior Kennedy tripled in one run and scored another on a passed ball in the eighth as Cincinnati came up with four runs to beat Los Angeles. Ken McMullen and Andy Messersmith had run scoring doubles for Los Angeles. CARDINALS 2, WHITE SOX 1 Jay Johnstone singled twice and scored both St. Louis runs, one on a double by Tom Heintzelman and the other on an error. Ron Santo singled in the lone Chicago run. INDIANS 9, ANGELS 6 George Hendrick homered in Cleveland's victory over California. Milt Wilcoy was the winning pitcher. ATHLETICS 8, GIANTS 5 j Deron Johnson's home run helped Oakland over San Francisco with the teams. getting 10 hits apiece. Reliever Bob Locker was the winner and Randy Moffitt the loser. Kelly gets WFL team PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jack Kelly, former president of the Amateur Athletic Union, Tuesday was awarded the Philadelphia franchise in the fledgling World Football League. Kelly, a Philadelphia busi- nessman and former Olympic oarsman, is the brother of Princess Grace of Monaco Kelly said he will serve as president of the franchise, which he said he purchased with the help of other investors. He would not name them, nor would he disclose the price. Ron Waller, interim coach of the National Football League's San Diego Chargers last year, will serve as head coach and general manager of the new team, to be called Philadelphia Bell. ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF COST! COME IN AND SAVE NOW! Sale Starts Thursday a.m. Sharp Reg. to 65.00 For Only Rt0.toSS.00 For Only TAB Regular to 20.00 HURRY FOR THESE! DRESS SHIRTS Top name brands at wonderful savings. 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