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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMBHIBMB Think Earlyl Think Aht id. Now it time to rtgkttr lor CHRISTMAS IN HAWAI11974 Contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAI U PHONE 32S-3201 The Herald Sports LETHIMME OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th StrMl Shopping Mail AHMrta 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES Pats are in f Remparts still alive CALGARY Quebec Remparts threw the Memorial Cup playoff wide open again Wednesday defeating Regina Pats 5-3 before a crowd of to lorce a sudden-death game Friday night The Remparts shooting moie and skating harder than in a dismal opening-game loss to St Catharines Black Hawks broke the game open with third period goals by Jean Gagnon and Rich Nantais The victory gave Quebec an opportunity Friday to avenge their 4-1 loss to the Hawks The winner will meet Regina Sunday night in a final also to be televised nationally by the CTV Regina earned the berth in the final by virtue of goals for and against Quebec will be the home team Friday and Regina will be the home team Sunday expected a rougher game but it didn't work out like said Quebec coach Marc Picard knew we could play we had to Greenwood great OTTAWA Coaches of the Smiths Falls Bears and Selkirk Steelers agreed about one thing Wednesday goalie Fraser Greenwood played a great game as they defeated the Steelers 3-0 for their first win in the Centennial Cup junior hockey final The Steelers now lead the best-of-seven national final 2-1 ith the next game scheduled here night I w an ted to play so said Gieenwood after the game So when I got the chance I knew I had to prove mvself Smiths Falls coach Glen McKennev put Greenwood mto the nets after Rocky Menard acquired from the Gloucester Rangers of their home Central Junior allowed 11 goals in the first games of the series But I had a lot of said Greenwood who had just come off a six-game layoff Everybody played great out in front of the net Greenwood turned aside 21 shots while Selkirk goalie Andy Stoez stopped 30 drives 'Greenwood played a good steady said McKenney Don Robertson opened the scoring for the Bears at 12 24 of the opening period on a powerplay drive from inside the Selkirk bluelme Perry Henmngsen gave the Bears a 2-0 lead late in the first when he was set up by teammate Tim Daley and fired the puck into the right- hand corner of the net past Stoesz After a scoreless second pe- Earl Moulton scored a short-handed goal after Terry Fournier did all the work Fourmer intercepted a Steelers pass at centre waited for Moulton to catch up drew the Selkirk defencemen out of position and then passed the puck to Moulton in the clear Moulton easily beat Stoez either played much better or we played said Steelers coach George Dorman after the game The Bears took 11 of 22 minor penalties assessed during the game play better and we can play better yet Coach Bob Turner of the Pats described his club as a The Pats got caught off guard in the first few moments while Dan Beauheu and Guy Chouinard scored for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League champions The other Quebec which tied the score 3-3 in the second came from Richard a low flip shot that trickled off the glove of Re- gina goaltender Ed Staniowski REGINA TOOK LEAD The Pats got goals from Glen Burdon and Rob Laird in the first period which ended 2- 2 and Rick Uhnch gave Regina a lead that lasted less than four minutes when he backhanded the puck past Quebec goaltender Robert Sauve during a second period power play goaltender didn't play particularly said Turner 'But some of our so- called big guys didn t play all that well either He praised Quebec lavishly but said he has no preference which team the Pats meet in the final Sauve blocked 36 shots in a brilliant display Staniowski who looked shaky on three blocked 25 shots The Pats served seven minor one more than Quebec Each club drew one major Forward Dave Faulkner of the Pats dislocated his elbow in a collision in the third period He was treated in the dressing room and Turner said he might play Sunday Faulkner also was knocked unconscious when hit in the head by the puck in the second period He was helped from the bench to the dressing room but returned to play strongly until the second in- cident A dressing Coach Doug talks with players Terry Jon Petruma and Dennis Hatt in what will be the new dressing rooms upon completion of the Henderson Lake Ball Park. Frier and his junior club are working out daily at the park Royals argued winner was an offside goal B C Disputed goals worked against Barne Flyers in the An Introductory Offer men who never bought from but Made-to-Measure tailored from famous Hield Brothers of England all wool worsteds. Famous English all wool worsteds. Tailored to your exact measurements and special requirements for less than the usual ready-made price. This is an extraordinary value. It's an extra-special price event. An enticement. If you've yet to try try us now. The way prices are we may never be able to repeat this offer. Regular 150.00 'Slight extra charge for sizes 46 and over. low because we make it ourselves. second game of the Allan Cup hockey final with Cranbrook Royals but in the fourth game Wednesday a disputed goal helped Barne Barne edged Cranbrook 5-4 in overtime to tie the best-of- seven series 2-2 Fifh game will be played here Friday night In the second game on Sun- Barne protested one Cranbrook but the goal was allowed Then the Flyers odjected when the referee dis- allowed a Barne but the referee stuck by his decision it was Cran- brook s as the Royals protested that the winning goal involved an offside pass Ron Robinson and Jack Smith had a two-on-one break with Robinson passing to Smith and taking a return pass to score at 3 52 of the second overtime period The win gave Barne a after the Ontario club had ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN the OPEN THURS. FRI. NIGHTS TO 9 P.M. Watt End Ctntra Vlllaae Mall Phone 328-8021 master charge Duncan helps seek support Ont One of Jim Duncan's first duties as general manager of the proposed London entry in the Canadian Football League will be to seek support for granting of the franchise from clubs in the Western Football Conference Duncan was named to the position Wednesday by Bob who heads a group seeking a CFL franchise for this city for 1975 Duncan coached Calgary Stampeders of the WFC to a Grey Cup victory in 1971 He was fired as head coach by the Stampeders after their fourth game last season Harris said he wants Duncan to be part of the delegation that will meet with the CFL at its semi-annual meeting May 28-31 in Edmonton London must obtain the sanction of three of the five WFC clubs and all four of the EFC clubs to get a franchise The London group plans to build a seat stadium east of the city Harris estimates it will cost million Tlie if would be the largest in the CFL blown a 5-2 second-period lead in Tuesday's game to lose 9-5 don't ordinarily play hockey like said Darryl Barne's playing of the Tuesday game haven't really played well since we've been out here so we got together after the last game had to find out what was wrong to give everybody a chance to air their views and come up with a few ideas that I think helped us tonight who had been critical of refereemg in earlier said he was satisfied with the refereemg tonight Ron Cranbrook was dissatisfied consider it totally unfair to the home team to have to play a series in which the officials are from the he said The Western International Hockey in which Cranbrook is supplying referees for the series Hutchison said the referees have become accustomed to Cranbrook players over the season and appears to me they arc watching certain players whom they know through experience tend to play the game a little aggressively Kent a physical education grad who joined the Flyers from University of Toronto Blues after their season got a power- play goal for the only marker of the first period Playing coach Eric Sutcliffe tipped in a screened shot at 2 22 of the second to tie the score and Ruhnke counted again 30 seconds later Roughies sue Jack Gotta OTTAWA Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League are suing former coach Jack Gotta and the Birmingham entry in the New World Football League Rider general manager Frank Clair confirmed reports Wednesday that litigation had begun but he declined comment in the hand of our lawyers right now and I'm not at liberty to disclose the details of the he said who led the Riders to a Grey Cup in jumped to the WFL earlier this year The Riders are seeking undisclosed damages against Gotta for breach of contract with the Ottawa club They also are seeking damages against Birmingham for inducing Gotta to break his ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Edit W St Louis Philadelphia Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh Pet GBL 571 500 2 476 2V4 435 3 A 393 333 5 16 14 10 10 11 8 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