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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Think Earlyl Think Alwad. Now to the to for CHRISTMAS IN NAWAI11974 CMiUct... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CCNTRIVILLAQIMAIL The LetKbridge Herald LETHIM06E OFFICE FUlWITUnt LTD. 7th StrMl Shopping Mril AttMrtl 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES THIRD SECTION Saturday. May 1974 Pages 21-32 Steelers within a game OTTAWA we don't win the cup now we don't deserve said Selkirk coach George Dorman after his team took a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven Centennial Cup final Friday night The Steelers dumped Smiths Falls Bears 2-1 in the fourth game and hope to wrap up the series here Dorman said Smiths Falls outshot the Manitoba team 49-22 and con- trolled the play for most of the game as penalties took a heavy toll on the Steelers Selkirk played more than 18 minutes of the game short- handed before about fans had our chances but couldn't make things said Smiths Falls' coach Glen McKenney after the game Mike Chubey opened the scoring for the Steelers at 4 59 of the first period when his team was short-handed The Selkirk defenceman broke up a Smiths Falls' play and shot the puck between the legs of goalie Fraser Greenwood BEARS TWO SHORT The second goal of the game came at 16 32 of the second period when Rick Klassen blasted a bluelme drive past Greenwood Perry Henningsen and John Kennery of the Bears were serving interference penalties at the time In attempt to narrow Sel- kirk's lead McKenney pulled Greenwood late in the third period for an extra forward and Don Robertson scored for the Bears The goal came when Rob- ertson picked up a loose puck during a goal-mouth scramble and rapped it in off the post to beat goalie Andy Stoesz Our defensive game was right up to par said Dorman But Stoesz played a great game and that's what you ve got to have in playoff goaltending The Steelers took 13 of 20 minor penalties assessed during the game Chubey and Barry Kerfoot of Smiths Falls received five- minute majors for fighting in the first period Golf league Lakeside Golf Low Karbash- Ace Building 41 Low Karbash- Ace Building Ken Sugar 3ob CHEC 36 Low team net Ace Building Bill Dong McKay Lyle Jerry Probe 163 Eight point sweeps Beeters over Walkers STANDINGS 'arsons 20 raches 19 lingers 17 Ice Building 16 Beeters 16 ubilee 13 HEC 10 Jmon 76 10 laming 10 louse of Lethbndge 9 JOC 9 ahulje 8 lerald 7 npenal Life 7 Iwens 6 longatu 6 talkers 6 W -0 DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 331 lie JTKEET NORTH Action around the net The Selkirk Steeler net was a busy place Friday night Remparts trounce St. Catharines 11-3 CALGARY When Quebec Remparts defeated St Catharines Black Hawks 11-3 Friday night to qualify for the Memorial Cup junior hockey final Sunday everybody was surprised except the Remparts' brass didn't know we would win by so said Quebec coach Marc who will lead the Remparts Sunday into a nationally televised final against Regma I knew we would win Picard had insisted all week that his club was playing bdly but few believed it until a crowd of watched the Remparts score six goals in the third period to make it look easy Real Cloutier collected three goals for the while Dan Beaulieu and Jacques Locas added a pair each Singles came from by Richard Michel Andre and Guy Choumard who also had four assists St Catharines got goals from Rich Mark Dumesnil and Wilf Paiement Paiement was one of many prospects approached by agents and representatives of National Hockey League and World Hockey Association franchises this week HAD PERIOD LEADS The who lost 4-1 to St Catharines last Sunday in the first game of the three-team led the Black Hawks 1-0 and 5-2 by periods Quebec directed 25 shots at goaltenders St Catharines' Frank Sahve and Larry who replaced Bill sent home earlier this week in a disciplinary measure Goaltender Robert Sauve of particulaily outstanding in the first two blocked 22 shots Paiement was outstanding considering the pressure imposed on him this accompanied by rumors he had been signed or drafted by Kansas City scouts of the NHL St Catharines owner Hap Emms said he did not know whether Paiement had signed a long-term Contract and I don't know if it's said Emms a great hockey player He has not played as well in this series as he can play I think something should be done to help us protect young men from the agents who do not care about the men and do not care about the game Sincennes triumphs The Herald- Sports WHA Blazers sign Saskatoon's Price CALGARY At least one of Canada's top junior hockey players has signed a lucrative long-term contract as a result of negotiations here this week during the 1974 Memorial Cup Junior Playoffs It was learned today that Pat considered perhaps the best 18-year old in the has signed for a reported 3 million with Vancouver Blazers of the World Hockey Association Price made it plain earlier this week that he was leaning towards Vancouver A native of B C he spent several hours negotiating here with Vancouver general Joe Crozier Crozier also has talked here with brilliant Ron all-time leading scorer in the Western Canada Hockey League The Brandon centre was believed to have been selected in a recent National Hockey League draft reason for all these talks this week is that no club wants to waste a draft choice on a player it can't said Ernie General Manager of New Westminster Bruins of the WCHL Owner Hap Emms of St Catherines Black Hawks who meet Quebec Remparts tonight in a sudden death Memorial Cup confirmed that his top 18- VANCOUVER The sparse boxing crowd watching the Western Canadian amateur championships Friday night had just loudly voiced its approval through three rounds of a semi-final lightweight bout but as the final bell the audience was distinctly silent And then an anonymous bout of the year fellows At that the audience again rose up in applause and loud shouts of approval The cause of all the commotion had been a fight featuring Lome Daigneault of B C and Morgan Williams of Sask Though not perhaps the best bout of the it was certainly the most vicious and bloody battle of the night Daigneault won the bout on a narrow which brought more but looked the worse of the two fighters as a large gash had been opened under his left eye Another exciting but decidedly featured featherweight Glen O'Connor of Cloverdale against Canadian champion Dale Anderson of Rocky Mountain House Other winners Friday included light welterweight Conrad Sincennes of Flyweight Randy Smith of lightweight Don Wilson of welterweight Gary Fulton of Prince Albert PAT PRICE year old Wilf Paiement has been drafted by Kansas City Scouts of the NHL don t know if he has signed Clark Gillies of Regma Pats who impressed coach Scotty Bowman of Montreal Canadiens he plays it like a pro right now has been asked several times this week if he has signed He consistently says but rumors abound that he too has signed with a major league club Tiger-Cats hand Ealy new pact HAMILTON Quar- terback Chuck who threatened to quit Hamilton Tiger-Cats because of an increase in the Eastern Football Conference has been given a new one-year contract from University of said he would leave the team because of an increase to 16 games from 14 in the eastern portion of the Canadian Football schedule He said he signed a contract with a 14-game schedule and should be compensated for having to play an extra two When general manager Ralph SaziQ turned down the Ealey and nine other Hamilton players said they would pursue the matter in court Hamilton lawyer Henry Katz is expected 5to use Ealey s case as a test for the others Tony Larry Al Mike Walker Steve Je- rome Bruce Bob Richardson and John Williams Terms of Ealey's contract were not but he was making about 000 a year He was CFL rookie of the year in 1972 The others say that the club did not inform them of the change Unser blisters Indy time trials INDIANAPOLIS Bobby Unser and Johnny Rutherford had hot hands Friday as pre-qualifying CANADIAN ROLLER DERBY May 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION AtfitilswOtt I tt.OO CMMrm 11.00 off TteMM on Mto or CiMblllon Office CANADIAN ALL STAN8 IALTIMOME WASHINGTON for First International Roller Derby League PLUS HALF TIME QIRLS RACE Roller Derby every Saturday on Channel 13 el 330 p m shakedown runs ended at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Unser unwound his Olsonite Eagle for a 2Vz-mile lap at 192 513 miles an hour to remain a formidable contender for the front-row pole position in Saturday's initial round of time 'rials last year's pole cranked out 191 610 m p h in a Team McLaren car that has consistently ranked among the top runners in four days of practice For old pro Lloyd the crisp day ended in disaster at 46 the oldest lost control of his Eagle in turn No skidded about 400 feet and crashed into a retaining wall The machine scraped along another 280 feet before coming to rest seeking his 15th spot in an Indianapolis 500 walked away from his heavily damaged machine But the damage very well could keep him out of Satur- day's which begins at EDT A J who is conceded to be the top pole position warmed up for Saturday's qualifying task with a lap at 191 205 m p h On Foyt had turned 196 259 m p h In 43 to be a single-day track record- made the final full day of practice By the day's seven drivers had clocked speeds in excess of 190 m p h and at least 27 had been spotted at more than 180 m p h Royals are on the must have a win tonight BC Barne Flyers can wind up the Allan Cup senior hockey championship with a victory here tonight Barne edged Cranbrook Royals 4-3 Friday to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of- seven final series If Cranbrook wins the seventh game will be played Sunday Paul Reagan Corby Bob Baird and Frank Hmcks scored for Barne while Geoff Billy Martin and Jim Miller replied for Cranbrook Both which had objected to the refereemg earlier in the expressed satisfaction with the officiating Friday Bill Bucyk of a referee in the Western Canada Hockey League and the World Hockey was in charge of the game In the first Bucyk assessed 11 two of them majors when the game was only seven seconds old His firm handling of the first period resulted m only two second period penalties and none in the third The third period was the first regulation period in the series that was penalty-free Earlier in the Barne playing- coach Darryl Sly said the from the Western International Hockey League Cranbrook's home were a farce of the Allan Cup Sly made his comments after Barne lost 4-2 in the second game of the series The Flyers had protested that one Cranbrook goal had not gone into the net They also claimed one of their shots went in and out of the Cranbrook net It was not counted after the fourth game Wednesday which Barne 5-4 in overtime Ron Cranbrook manager said there should be neutral referees consider it totally unfair to the home team to have to play a series in which the officials are from the WIHL he said UNIROYAL KASTRAK POLYESTER No cash down use your CHARGEX PAY ONLYy 30 45 EACH E78xl4 Other Slzci it F7BX14 678x14 078x15 H78X14 H78x15 WHITEWALL FREE INSTALLATION 4 tough plies of polyester 78-senes design for that low low wide husky look Deep tread depth for long dependable mileage Original equipment styling engineered for stability and steering control 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