Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 14

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, March 22, 1974 EXPLORE CANADA IN 74 Etcorltd by FUII, But, or Air Eastern or Canada. Yukon and N.W.T. For complete Information and contact- ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centra Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Red Deer await Calgary-Pass victor The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th StrMt Shopping Mall Alberta Phone (403) Store Hours 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday, Ttioaday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thuraday. Closed Canucks not happy with Devils' Styles The pt _ asser Jim Lindsey will be in a new role as passer Saturday night at eight o'clock as he directs the Calgary Stampeders against the Lethbridge Kodiaks at the LCI in an exhibition basketball game. Elks force final game The Lethbridge Midget Elks forced a third and final game in the south division playoff finals of the Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League Wednesday night. The locals paced by Bob Miles" two goal performance, edged the Claresholm Clippers 5-4 in the second match of the best of three south series. Loren Osmond. Darrell Osmond and Ron Moser aided in the narrow victory with a goal each while Brian Massam fired in a pair of goals in a losing cause. Bob Needham and Brian Senft also scored singles for the Clippers, who trailed 3-2 after two periods and held a 4- 3 margin after six minutes of play into the final period. picked up nine of 15 minor penalties called and each team was assessed a game misconduct. The Clippers outshot the Elks 35-31. Meanwhile Vulcan captured the north division finals Tuesday night by scoring a slim 5-4 overtime win over High River. This series also went the limit with Vulcan winning the first game 64 and High River taking the second 3-2. Vulcan will now await the final outcome of the south series for the SAJHL championship title. OUR LAST DEMOS ONLY 7 TO 60! Deal with Beny... you'll BENY-fit Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Main Garage and Ave. and 8th SLS. OK Supermarket Car Ave. and 9th St. S. Phone 328-1101 '5717 '4801 3M4 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Four door H.T. 454 V-8. air. Jape, vinyl root. etc Miteage 10.636. Was S7534.75....... NOW 3MS Chevrolet Impala Two door H.T. 350 engine, air. tadio. Sully' "equipped. Mileage 7.142. Was S6328.45 NOW SP2S9 Chevrolet Caprice Classic four door ssdan. 454 V-8. air. laoe. vinyl. rrxtf Mrleaoe 6.369. was 37277.90.......NOW 3P933 Chevrolet Caprice Clastic door M T. 454 V-S, ai'. tape, vinyl roof, elc. Mileage 10.050. Was 57369.65....... NOW Chevrolet Impala door H.T. 350 V-8. radio, vrnyl rool. Mileage 9610. Was NOW 3M02 Chevrolet Impala Four door sedan 350V-8. radio, rear ger. tinted windshield. Mileage 8.566. Was' NOW Chevene Malibii Classic Two door H.T. 350 V-8. SS Package, auto- malic, radio. Miteage 6.161. Was NOW 5640 4506 '4233 '4313 JUST ARRIVED Also four new ton 4x4. V-t, four spud, By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor CALGARY Edmonton Mets of the Alberta Junior Hockey League didn't want Graig Styles. At 19 years of age he didn't fit in with the Mets' plans. Now, Styles finds himself not wanted by yet another team in the league, the Calgary Canucks. But this time around Styles doesn't feel as though he is being left out. Styles, a standout when he entered the league as a 15- year old rookie, has found a new home with the Pass Red Devils and the Canucks couldn't be unhappier. Thursday night, before better than 800 fans at Foothills Arena Styles scored twice to give the Red Devils a 3-2 triumph over the Canucks and a 2-1 lead in their best-of- seven semi-final. The Devils, who have won just two games in Calgary in the two years they have been in the league, are at home to the Canucks. Saturday night at and then travel to Calgary Sunday for game five. Styles, who has seen limited action with the Devils, was around long enough Thursday to suit his new teammates. _ He scored the winner at the mark of the final period after finishing off a play that saw both Pete McMahon and Rick Austin test Calgary netminder Dan Milton Blues blowing things., playoff hopes are dim By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press St. Louis Blues are playing their way out of a Stanley Cup playoff berth for the first time since they joined the National Hockey League in 1967. On Jan. 20, St. Louis had 20 wins, 17 losses and six ties and a firm grip on third spot in the West Division. Since then, the Blues have had three wins; 14 losses and four ties and are in fifth spot, six points behind Atlanta Flames. St. Louis has only a one- point edge over sixth-place Minnesota North Stars, who have two games in hand, and a three-point lead over seventh- place Pittsburgh Penguins. In Boston Thursday night, the Blues dropped their 13th straight game on the road as the Bruins won 7-0 to assure themselves of at least a tie for first place in the East Division. In other games, Atlanta Flames tied New York Rangers 5-5, Philadelphia Flyers defeated Vancouver Canucks 3-1 and Los Angeles Kings dumped California Golden Seals 6-3. Bruins 7 Blues 0 The Bruins now have 105 points, 16 more than second- place Montreal Canadians and each team has eight games to play. Boston could clinch first with a win or a tie Saturday night in Atlanta against the Flames. Bobby Orr scored three times to lead Boston to its fourth win in five meetings against St. Louis this season. Orr now has 30 fourth time in five years the Boston defenceman has reached that plateau. Last year, he missed 15 games and wound up with 29 goals. Goalie Gilles Gilbert faced only 20 shots as he chalked up his third shutout of the season against St. Louis, half of his season's total. The Blues play in Montreal Saturday night against the Ca- nadiens who have managed to make everyone look good in the last month or so. Rangers 5 Flames 5 Defenceman Pat Quinn's second goal of the game with remaining in the third period gave Atlanta its tie with New York. Bobby Letter with two and Al McDonough got the other goals for the Flames. Jerry Butler, Jean Ratelle, Ted Irvine. Peter Stemkowski Snow Valley weather good Fernie hasn't received any new snow for the past few days, but ski conditions at Snow Valley are in excellent shape. The area is currently cloudy with a slight breeze and the temperature is holding around 35 degrees above zero. The slopes have a 63-inch base bottom and a 19-foot base at the top. and Rod Seiling scored for New York with Selling's goal coming just 17 seconds before Quinn's tying effort. Flyers 3 Canucks 1 Rick MacLeish scored, two goals for the Flyers to bring his total to 29. Bill Barber got the other Philadelphia goal. Andre Bourdrias scored for the Canucks. Vancouver goalie Gary Smith turned back 40 of 43 shots while his team-mates mustered only 22 drives at Philadelphia's Bernie Parent. Summaries BOSTON 7, ST. LOUIS 0 Rrtt period 1. Boston, Orr 28 (Esposito, Hodge) Penalties Polls Cashman Second period 2. Boston, Orr 29 (Edestrand, Esposito) 3. Boston, Bucyk 28 (Forbes, Vadnais) 4. Boston, Hodge 47 (Esposito) 5. Boston. Marcotte 23 (Sheppard) Penalties Awrey. Savard Plante Doak O'Reilly Third period 6. Boston, Forbes 8 (Cashman, Edestrand) 7. Boston, Orr 30 (Forbes, Sheppard) Penalties Smith Plante on goil by St. 5 10 Boston 12 10 Attendance 15.003. ATLANTA 5, NY RANGERS 5 Firet period 1. Atlanta, McDonough 20 (Richard, Quinn) 2. Atlanta. Leiter 22 (Vail) 3. NY Rangers, Butler 6 (Stemkowski. Seiling) Penalties Romanchych Atlanta bench served by Lysia Irvine Ratelle Second period 4. Atlanta. Leiter 23 (Manery, Romanchych) 5. Atlanta. Quinn 4 (Stewart. Bennett) 6. NY Rangers. Ratelle 25 (Hadfield) 7. NY Rangers. Irvine 24 (Stemkowski. Seiling) 8. NY Rangers. Stemkowski 24. Stemkowski Comeau Third period 9. NY Rangers, Seiling 5 (Hadfield. Ratelle 10. Atlanta. Quinn 5 (Lysiack. Richard) Penalties None. on goal by New York 8 13 17-38 Atfenta 13 8 Attendance PHILADELPHIA 3, VANCOUVER 1 First period No scoring. Penalties Barber Lonsberry Pratt Second period 1. Philadelphia. Barber 27 (Kindrachuk. Bladon) Penalties Dupont Dunn Kindrachuk Kurtenbach, Van Impe Daley Flett Third period 2. Vancouver, Boudrias 13, 3. Philadelphia, MacLeish 28, 4. Philadelphia. MacLeish 29 (Saleski) Penalties Clarke Wilkins Dupont on goal by Vancouver 7 7 Philadelphia 14 16 Attendance LOS ANGELES 6, CALIFORNIA 3 Pint Los Angeles, Kozak 15 (Widing. Harper) 2. California. Gilbertson 15 (McKechnie. Boldirev) Penalties Berry Long Murphy. Gilbertson Stewart Second California. Huston 3 (Graves, Murray) 4. Los Angeles. Berry 20 (Long. Widing) 5. Los Angeles, Kozak 16 (Berry, Widing) 6. California, Graves 10 (Croteau, McKay) 7. Los Angeles, Murphy 13 (Carr, St. Marseille) 8. Los Angeles. Nevin 15 (Carr. Murdoch) Penalties Graves, Berry double minors Third Los Angeles. Widing 23 (Berry, Kannegiesser) Penalties Kannegiesser Murray Widing Shots on goal by California 10 8 Los Angeles 11 15 Rinke, Anderson are in Lundbreek Two Canadian champions will be featured on a boxing card slated for the Lundbreek school auditorium Saturday night. Carmen Rinke. now fight- ing out of the host Lundbreek club and current Canadian welterweight champion will see battle along with present Canadian featherweight king Dale Anderson of Rocky Mountain House. Two fighters from Seattle, Washington will be brought in to box with both Rinke and Anderson. Lundbreek boxing club president Norman Lee has scheduled 13 additional bouts to go along with the two featured ones. Boxers from clubs at Lundbreek. Rocky Mountain House. Browning. Montana, Lethbridge. Brocket and the Blood Reserve will join the Seattle fighters on the card. Both Rinke and Anderson represented Canada at the recent British Commonwealth Games in New Zealand, with Anderson coming away with a bronze medal. DIVING Uthbridge Amateur Diving dub RECREATIONAL and COMPETITIVE DIVING Minimum ReotatisUofl for Fltst 3 Month CIVIC CENTRE Saturday March 23rd 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. FOfl RUTTHCT mFOMMATiON CONTACT: D. HACKSON Ptioiw 327-0157 or MILTON WRAY Phone 327-3370 Referee will be highly regarded Milt Berdahl from Calgary. Both Rinke and Anderson represented Canada at the recent British Commonwealth Games in New Zealand, with Anderson coming away with a bronze medal. The 15-bout card is scheduled to get under way at 8 p.m. Gaudaur will talk TORONTO (CP) While the Canadian Football League is digging in for a battle with ihe new World Football League. CFL commissioner Jake Gaudaur says he's willing to hold talks with the rival league's executive. Gaudaur said WFL president Gary Davison called him Wednesday and proposed a meeting to discuss their respective positions. "He said he'd like to get together with me and work out some kind of a relationship between the two leagues." said Gaudaur. "I'm not sure what be has in mind. "I told him that anytime he's in Toronto. I'd be pleased to see However, Gaudaur said that Davidson's approach didn't alter the differences between the two leagues. At issue, besides the WFL Toronto Northmen moving into competition with the CFL Toronto Argonauts, is the draft earl? this week. severely from close range. Milton stopped two shots but left a loose puck for Styles and he made no mistakes in putting it in. Styles had opened the scoring at the mark of the opening period, again pouncing on a loose puck and taking full advantage of the opportunity. It was fitting that Styles score the winner. He was upset with himself as he was off the ice for holding when Mike Mclvor tied the score for the Canucks. Mclvor scored at and then came right back at to complete the Canuck scoring. Canucks appeared to have tied the game in the final 17 seconds with Milton on the bench in favor of an extra attacker and Devils' Bill Kelts serving a penalty. Big Dean McGee fired a loose puck high into the net. It was never really settled as to whether or not he hit the crossbar or if someone was in the crease. The red light never went on and McGee, in total disgust, picked up two 10- minute misconducts after a verbal attack on referee Orie Mandryk. Canucks got the nod on five of nine minor penalties while each club received three majors and three game misconducts. Calgary's Don Eastcott and Brant Sim of the Pass ignited a brawl of sorts at the mark of the first period. While neither seemed to have the upper hand Brent McCracken went to the aid of teammate Sim and it resulted in him taking an early shower along with Sim and Wayne Turner of the Pass and Eastcott, Butch Owchar, Barrel Moriyama of the Canucks. Meanwhile in Edmonton Brian Sutlers scored three goals Thursday night to lead Red Deer Rustlers to a 9-6 win over Edmonton Mets and victory in the semi-finals. Red Deer defeated the Mets in four straight games in the best-of-seven series. They now meet the winner of the Calgary Pass series in the final. Red Deer took a 3-2 lead in the first period and increased it to 7-4 in the second. Bill Haynes, Cam Colborne, Terry Wittchen, Lou Gillespie, Rod Pimm and Irvin Bowles scored the other Rustler goals. Jerry Cormack, Tony Currie, Wayne Babych, Jim Cross, Gary Rissling and Tony Lecuyer tallied for the Mets. Rod Carlson made a total of 19 saves in the Red Deer net and team-mate Ron Boucier made seven. Jim Bowman stopped 20 shots for the Mets. Red Deer took 10 of 19 minor penalties and five of nine majors. LOOSE PUCKS The Pass needed one win in Calgary as the Canucks had the advantage of an extra home game for finishing second The Red Devils were fourth.. Five times Thursday the Red Devils enjoyed a man advantage and came up. with just six shots a bit of concern to coach John Chapman Mike McCollam made two brilliant saves off the stick of Canucks' Don Cairns at the five minute mark of the third period He made the initial save and then followed up with a stop on the rebound. Both clubs fired 42 shots on net... Canucks led 2-1 after the first period and the clubs were knotted 2-2 after two... Minor hockey The Lethbridge A.C.T. Bantam "A" Reps will host the Calgary Hangers fora pair of exhibition games this weekend. The two-game series will get underway at Saturday night at the Adams Ice Centre and will conclude with a encounter at (he Henderson Lake Ice Centre Sunday night Wyatt Blair tallied a pair of goals and paced the Flames to a 6-1 victory over the Braves in a Pee Wee game Wednesday nighi. Craig Nyrose, Robert Stewart. Blair Comstock and Mark Wolosyhn chipped in with singles while Tom Richards replied for the Braves. The receiver Herm Harrison will be in action Saturday night against the LCC Kodiaks at the LCI at eight. Also on tap is a halftime game featuring the News Media and the Canada Winter Games office. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL East Division W L T f A Pts Boston.....48 13 9 318 190 105 Montreal .40 21 9 257 210 89 Rangers .37 20 13 270 215 87 Toronto ___31 24 15 244 204 77 Buffalo.....30 30 10 221 229 70 Detroit.....26 34 10 230 284 62 Vancouver..19 40 11 197 269 49 Islanders ...16 38 16 163 224 48 West Division W L T F A PtS Phila........44 14 11 237 141 99 Chicago ...34 14 21 233 146 89 Los Ang.....28 30 12 197 211 68 Atlanta......26 31 13 185 212 65 St. Louis ....24 35 11 184 212 59 Minnesota ...21 32 16 213 236 58 Pitts.........24 37 8 208 247 56 'California___13 48 9 179 306 35 SCORING LEADERS GAP Esposito. B............ 65 72 137 Orr. B................. 30 79 109 Hodge. B.............. 47 51 98 Martin. But............ 46 34 80 Clarke. Pha............ 30 48 78 Cashman. B........... 24 52 76 Apps. Pgh............. 23 52 75 Dionne. D 23 51 74 Sittler. T............... 33 40 73 Hextall. Min 19 54 73 WORLD G. Kowe. H.............31 69 100 88 88 87 84 82 81 80 80 N. England Toronto Quebec Cleveland Chicago New Jersey East Division W L T .40 29 .36 33 .35 33 .33 31 .34 33 .32 36 F A 4 274 247 84 4 284 259 76 4 280 261 74 8 244 247 74 4 246 255 72 4 253 282 68 Wwrt Houston Minnesota Winnipeg 53 Los Ang. SCORING 48 Walton. M Lacroix. 52 58 110 104 Hull. W.................48 40 Connelly. M ............38 50 Carleton, T.............34 53 Lawson. V..............46 38 B. Campbell. V .........25 57 Lund, H 51 Bernier. Q..............33 47 Hinse. H................24 56 HOCKEY SCORES National NY Rangers 5 Atlanta 5 Boston 7 St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 3 Vancouver 1 Los Angeles 6 California 3 World Toronto 6 Houston 3 Edmonton 5 Quebec 5 Vancouver 5 Chicago 5 American Baltimore 7 Virginia 3 Western Canada Regina 9 Brandon 4 4 Kamloops 1 Swift Current 7 Winnipeg 3 Manitoba Junior Selkirk 4 Portage 3 Best-of-seven semi-final tied 2-2 Alberta Junior Red Deer 9 Edmonton 6 Red Deer wins best-of-seven semi- final 4-0 The Pass 3 Calgary 2 The Pass leads best-of-seven semi-final 2-1 BASEBALL SCORES Houston 6 Atlanta 5 5 Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 3 Baltimore 2 Boston 7 Montreal 6 Pittsburgh A squad 7 New York A 4 Kansas City 10 Pittsburgh B squad 9 St. Louis 2 Detroit 0 Chicago N 9 San Diego 8 San Francisco 5 Cleveland 0 Minnesota 7 Chicago A 6 Oakland 7 Milwaukee 4 California 7 Southern California 5 BASKETBALL RESULTS NBA Buffalo 115 Golden Stale 102 ABA Kentucky 121 Memphis 103 San Anlonio 95 Virginia 81 GENERAL 1st LINE REAR TRACTOR TIRE 18.4x34 6 ply fhe tire experts with the low prices! ELRICH TIRES LTD ;