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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i fl mpniaWBk MEN'S WEAR SUPER VALU MEN'S DRESS SLACK CLEARANCE Specially priced for quick sale. Top brand names as Daimor and Rivieria. Choose from assorted patterns and material blends. 68 pair only. Sizes MEN'S TIES Made in an easy care poly- ester. Choose from assorted sum- mer patterns in popular 4 inch widths. EACH .99 MEN'S SPORT DRESS SHIRTS Choose from assorted plains and patterns styled with long printed collar and long sleeves. Available in machine washable fabric blends. Sizes EACH fm A _ 99 Opon DaNy 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. STOKES Thursday and Friday tt.m. to p.m. DIVISION of f wwooiwnsiH co no Aeros in WHA finals ST. Minn. A disputed goal by rookie centre Jim Sherritt lifted Houston Aeros to a 3-1 victory Wednes- day night over Minnesota' Fighting Saints and into the World Hockey Association final. The who took the best-of-seven semi-final 4-2 will meet the winner of the Toronto-Chicago series. Houston and Minnesota were tied 1-1 until Sherritt scored at of the third period. Goalie Mike Curran of the Saints was ejected with a game misconduct after he knocked referee Bob Sloan to the ice while protesting the goal. Curran appeared to have the puck trapped beneath his glove about six inches out from the goal line. But Sherritt jammed his stick Football showdown CALGARY A player competition similar to the televised National Hockey League showdown was approved Wednesday for the Canadian Football League season by CFL general managers. Approval for the which will include prize money of more than was given after Paul originator of the NHL told the general managers he already has a commitment from a national television network and a sponsor. The competition will be filmed for telecast prior to the start of the regular season and will form part of the half- time television show. A spokesman said possible competitors may include leading offensive linemen against defensive or receivers versus defenders. the best six Eastern Conference players would compete against the best six in the west. Although the initial prize money will total the promotion involved may mean an expenditure of about the spokesman said. Shopping Mill SATISFACTION GDMUDITfED Kelowna is out B.C. Selkirk Steelers defeated Kelowna Buckaroos 5-3 Wednesday night to win the best-of-seven Canadian Centennial Cup semi-final hockey series 4-3. The teams played to a first-period draw and were tied 2-2 at the end of the second before two goals in 40 seconds early in the third period gave Selkirk the and the victory. Murray Owen Bill Jerry Dudar and Erwin Martens scored for Selkirk. Duane Monteith and Archie McKinnon scored for Kelowna. The Selkirk goals in the first and second periods came while the Steelers were playing shorthanded. But in the contrast to previous there were few penalties and no fights. Selkirk coach George Dorman said he thought his team was better all.-round than Kelowna. felt their goaltending was he said following the final game. were shooting more than usual and tonight it paid Bowling scores CAPRI IOWL 8R. CITIZENS Arfe Koole 277 Leora Ness Dave Oliver Will Ness Frances Bambrick Ed Linn Harry Chapman Maggie Oliver 219. Bart Madlll Qunnar Holte Phyllis Patching 210. HIQA't LADItt Dlanne Malchow Sylvia Seredlnski Maryann Ferner 240. Lorraine Perstoy 242 Barb 235 Mann 330 Pat Jarvle 236 Juanlta Lingard Marge Clark Phyl Harrison 272. MaNene Saler 257 Marg Mlchaienko beneath the glove and shoved the puck into the net. puck was Sherritt said. of their defencemen shoved me from behind and when I was I got my stick on the had control of the puck under my stick Curran said. was incompetency on Sloan's FALLS ON N a whistle on the w. incensed when the red light flashed on signalling a goal. He charged Sloan and fell on top of the referee. Mark Howe scored the other Houston his second of the game into an empty net with John Garrett pulled for an extra attacker and father Gordie Howe sitting in the penalty box for tripping. never been happier to see a goal go said Gordie. Ted Hampson was the lone Minnesota scorer. He put the Saints ahead 1-0 in the second period on a brilliant individual effort. The who had a 2-1 lead in the put on the pressure in the final of the but failed to penetrate the goaltending of Don McLeod. Minnesota coach Harry Neale credited McLeod with being a big factor in Houston series win. problem was the in- ability of our power play to score as often as we did during the regular season. When we did get a decent McLeod stopped Toros chalk up victory TORONTO Jack Brit Selby and Billy Orr got a little more ice time Wednesday much to the regret of Chicago Cougars. They scored a goal apiece to lead Toronto Toros to a 5-3 triumph over the Cougars and a 3-2 advantage in their best- of-seven World Hockey Association semi-final series. The sixth game will be played Saturday night in Chicago with the if in Toronto Monday. The winner meets Houston who Derby is all set LOUISVILLE A field of the largest in was poised today for a shot at Saturday's running of the 100th Kentucky Derby. A move by Churchill Downs to ease the traffic jam by doubling the purse for an alternate race Saturday apparently removed only one prospect from the Mrs. Herman Udouj's Silver Hope. in the Twin Spires in- stead of the said one trainer. if I wasn't here for the I'd ship to New The Kentucky State Racing Commission adopted a new rule Wednesday that no more than 24 horses can be entered the Derby so that it can never be split into divisions. Derby fever rose steadily on the with a few of the probable starters getting their final workouts and the crowds around the barns swelling by the minute. The entry fee for what will be the richest of all Derbies is due today when post positions will be drawn by lot for the race. To start in the Derby Saturday costs another If all 23 probable starters go to the the centennial Derby will carry a purse with of it going to the for for third and for fourth. In the winner gets a diamond-and-emerald- studded gold cup worth and Princess Margaret will award an antique bowl. Seth Hancock's Judger and John Olin's to run in the Derby as the Woody Stephens-trained are the probable favorite. HEAD NOT BROKEN BOSTON Second baseman Doug Griffin of Boston Red struck above the ear by a pitch during an American League baseball game Tuesday night at Fenway was moved from intensive care Wednesday. He suffered a concussion but no fracture when hit by the pitch from California Angels' Nolan Ryan eliminated Minnesota Fighting Saints with a 3-1 decision Wednesday in the final'. a scored his first goal of the playoffs at of the first period to give the Toros a 1-0 lead. Selby made it 2-0 after taking a pass from Gibson. The teams were tied 3-3 until Gibson scored his first goal of the playoffs at of the final period. Guy Trottier clinched the win at MICKEY HELPS Pat Hickey scored the other Toronto goal before fans. Rosaire Duke Harris and Jim Watson got the Chicago goals. Toronto coach Billy Harris said Orr and Selby haven't been playing they are there when we need a credit to them they have kept themselves in shape and have come up big for Playing-coach Pat Stapleton of the Cougars was unhappy with referee Brent Casselman. had him for one game in the New England series and I wasn't satisfied with his work Stapleton picked up a 10- minute misconduct at of the first period for protesting a disparity in penalty calls. Before his Casselman had given minor penalties to Darryl Dick Rick Morris and Larry Mavety of the and a minor to Brian Gibbons of the Toros. Orr and Trottier scored their goals on power plays. the Cougars re- ceived a three miscon- ducts and 13 minors for 61 minutes. The Toros were assessed a major and 10 minor penalties. The Toros outshot the visitors 34-26. The Taber Golden Sun Summer FIGURE SKATING SCHOOL Invites you to Summer Skate in Sunny Southern Alberta from July 15th to August 24th A weekly fee of is based on ice time many patches per day as you and 8 private lessons. for more information write TABER SPORTS ENTERPRISES LTD. Box 749 Taber or phone Mrs. Joanne Engelhardt at 328-8927 also Taber Golden Sun Hockey School contact Mr. Garry Box Taber Alberta or phone 223-3310 There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. SUP I ft Oft RYE ;