Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
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THE WAV TMEY CARRY ON THESE 'LIKE IT WAS YESTERDAY I WISH 7 IT WAS I TODAY; -I'D CANCEL IT Minor hockey scores Expos postponing opener Learn to drive this spring enjoy this summer more 16 to 24 Years of Age Young Drivers Next Course Starting Thurs., March 28 p.m. of Canada Young Drivers of Canada A Federally Chartered Non-Profit Organization Enroll Now in Our Spring DRIVER TRAINING COURSES 9 In-Car Sessions of 2 Vz Hours O Drivers Licence Road Test incl. 4) 25 Hour Classroom Instruction a) Certificate for Insurance Reduction Automatic or Standard Transmission Tuition Income Tax Deductible To Register Call "Young Drivers of Canada" 1276 2nd Ave. South 328-0961 MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal Expos, faced with their earliest-ever home opener in their six seasons in the National League, may be forced to postpone it unless there is a vast improvement in the weather within the next 10 days. The Expos are scheduled to open against Chicago Cubs here April 6. but Marc Cloutier, director of operations for the club, said Tuesday it was still "touch and go" Whether Jarry Park will be ready in time for the initial game. Cloutier had a force of 50 men employed Monday and Tuesday clearing an estimated two feet of wind- blown snow from the centre- and right-field areas of the park. The snow was the result of two heavy late-season' accumulations. As he spoke, Cloutier watched another snow squall scatter on to the newly- cleared parts of the field. But the weather forecast called for gradual clearing and little snow. "The field is not really in that bad Cloutier they finish (Wednesday) there won't be an inch of snow left on it." another... Towfte Tuniituiff Discovery 74 Spring Special "Y 4-piece Chesterfield Group by DUCAN High-Back Chair Ottoman Available in Green, Harvest or Natural 100% Polypropylene Tweed Covering. Six Week Delivery. Regular SAVE Discovery 74 Spring Special 4-pieces OPEN DAILY to pjm. Fridif to p.m. J3W. Strwt North Towfte Country Turnituiff CMKD fLM Last season the Expos were scheduled to open at Jarry Park against Pittsburgh Pirates April 13. But cold weather and snow forced a 24- hpur postponement. The club's earliest opener at home in previous seasons was in 1970 when St. Louis Cardinals visited here April 8. "What we need now is a few days of sunshine and 40 to 45 degree Cloutier said. In an interview from Daytona Beach, Fla., where the Expos are based for spring training, a spokesman for the club said if Jarry Park is not ready for the home opener, the team likely will remain at it's Florida camp for an extra four davs. Blair Nyrose was brilliant as he sparked the Eagles to a 7-6 comeback victory over the Raiders in Bantam "B" action. Trailing 6-2 after two periods, Nyrose scored four times, to go with one from the stick of Bill Cousins, to give the Eagles the win. Nyrose counted in the second period for a five-goal outing. The other Eagle marker went to Doug Hanna. Bob Sudekat led the way for the Raiders with three goals. Lyle Skretting. Marshall D'Armond and Roland Mariano rounded out the Raiders' scorers. Meanwhile, the Labor Club Bees will meet .Brooks Bantam Tubers in a Spud League playoff game tonight. The two clubs will meet at the Civic Centre at Lethbridge Voyageurs travelled to Nakusp. B.C.. to take part in a Pee Wee tourney over the weekend and came home with one win in three outings. In their first game the locals were edged 4-3 by Kelowna as Mark Smith scored his second goal in sudden-death overtime. Alan Blankenship, Terry Hamilton and Reggie Heggan shared the scoring for the Voyageurs while Dave McKinnon and Chris Emstrom replied for Kelowna. Against Revelstoke. Ronnie Bittner scored four times to sink the Voyageurs 8-5. Mark Beckley scored twice for the winners with singles going to Vaughan Astra and Andy McKay. Heggan and Hamilton notched a pair of goals each for the Voyageurs. Neil Court scored once. Voyageurs got three goals from Court as they trounced Kamloops 9-3 in their third game. Hamilton and Warren Calder added two each while Dave Miyashiro and Scott Williams scored one each. Jamie Severtson popped in two goals and pushed the Maple Leafs to a 5-3 win over the Canadiens in a Bantam A playoff game Tuesday night. Terry Bailey, Clement Crowflag and William Brown chipped in with single markers while Terry Hanna tallied twice and Pat McCune once in a losing cause. The Rogers9 Prize- winners are here. Fifty delicious prize-winning recipes of the more than entered in Rogers' Recipe Contest have now been assembled in a new cook booklet that's yours FREE for the asking. Just send your name and address to THE PRIZE-WINNERS, Rogers' Recipes, P.O. Box 2150, Vancouver, B.C. V6B3V2. Here's a sample from that new collection of bright ideas using Rogers' Golden Syrup. You'll find everything from Fruit Flip drink to Do-Ahead Beef Stew among The Prize-Winners. Fruited Oat Muffins Vi c. chopped seedless raisins Vi c. chopped candied mixed peel 1 c, all-purpose flour 2 tsp. baking powder tsp. salt 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1 c. rolled oats c. margarine c. lightly-packed brown sugar Short Sport FILES FOR DIVORCE LAPORTE, Ind. (AP) Shirley Finley, Wife of millionaire sportsman Charles Finley, has filed for divorce, ending their 32-year marriage. Finley is the owner of baseball's Oakland Athletics of the American League and is a former owner of California Golden Seals of the National Hockey League. WILL DEFEND CROWN HALIFAX (CP) Canadian middleweight champion Dave Downey of Halifax will defend his boxing crown at the Halifax Forum Thursday against Terry Hayward of Labrador. The announcement was made by promoter Bill Hartlen. who said Downey has to defend his title by Thursday or lose it under the six-month rule set by the Canadian Professional Boxing Federation. BRILES SIDELINED FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) Kansas City Royals placed pitcher Nelson Briles on the disabled list Tuesday and asked waivers on catcher outfielder Carl Taylor and first baseman Gail Hopkins for the purpose of giving them their unconditional release. Briles has been bothered by a sore right knee which he dislocated while working out a few days before spring training started. GERMANS MOVE UP LJUBLJANA, Yugoslavia (AP) West Germany beat Romania 6-3 Tuesday to move into a tie with the United States for the lead in the Group B world hockey championships. West Germany and the U.S. are both undefeated in four games. Holland and Japan are next in the standings with two Wins and two losses each, while Yugoslavia also has four points from a win and two draws. In Tuesday's other game. Jaoan beat Austria 4-3 AGEE RELEASED VERO BEACH, Fla.