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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Think Think Ahead. Now It tha tlma to raojttar lor CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII 1t74 CMltMt... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CKNTMI VILLAOf MAI L PHONE9M-9201 THIRD SECTION. The Lethbtidge Herald May 1974 LjftkfMfi OfHct FinHtri LM. FILING CABINETS Pages 21-32 Philadelphia might well be Wo. 1 Flyer fans could be right by Thursday PHILADELPHIA been so long since I've seen the net bulge I couldn't believe said Bill Barber of his third-period goal that helped Philadelphia Flyers defeat Boston Bruins 4-2 for a 3-1 lead in their Stanley Cup final. The fifth game of the best- of-seven series will- be played Thursday night in Boston and the sixth if Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia. Barber's first goal in his last 10 playoff games eluded goalie Gilles Gilbert at of the third period and broke a 2-2 tie. Defenceman Andre Dupont wrapped it up for the Flyers slightly more than two minutes later and sent the crowd of into a chant of No. The Flyers led 2-0 early in the first period on goals by centre Rick MacLeish and left winger Dave Schultz. The power-play goal by MacLeish was his 12th in Na- tional Hockey League playoffs this season and gave him the best goal-scoring record. He also has nine assists for 21 tops in the Stanley Cup playoffs. But centres Phil Esposito and Andre Savard gave the Bruins a 2-2 tie before the period ended by beating goalie Bernie Parent. Esposito's goal was his ninth of the but only his second in four games against the Flyers. Barber of gave credit to linemate Ross Lonsberry on his hard drive from the outer edge of the faceoff circle made the big the left winger said. forced Bobby to try to bank the puck off the boards and it wound up dead. picked it up and I knew I had plenty of so I just shot it. It took off and went Gilbert said he had ducked to take a better look as Barber. fired his shot and saw too much of the went over my left shoul- der when I was going Philadelphia coach Fred Shero said the Bruins played especially in the first pe- riod. It was the first time the Bruins have suffered three successive losses in 101 NHL games. Moser hurls a two-hitter Three games were completed in the Businessmen's Fastball League. Liberty Boilers got home runs from Gunner Crawford and Steve Gillies as they dumped Woolco 20-13. Al Pilling picked up the win over Steve Spatola. City Hall took the measure lof IBA n-3 as Jack James outpitched Sig Dobler. In the third game of the evening Robot blanked Money Makers 15-0 Marvin Moser hurled a two hitter. The loss went to Chuck Gagne. I'm proud of my especially in the last five Shero said. that time they never they kept controlling the who last weekend said he would quit hockey to Bruin's Guidolin is not giving up PHILADELPHIA For a coach whose team is on the brink of elimination in the Stanley Cup Bep Guidolin has a lot of confidence in the players he has been criticizing. we have to do is play like we did tonight in Boston on Thursday and we'll Guidolin said after Philadelphia Flyers took a 4-2 triumph Tuesday. The win gave Philadelphia a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven National Hockey League playoff. Guidolin said it was for the Bruins that the Flyers capitalized on a defen- sive allowing Bill Barber to score the winning goal late in the game. The teams were tied 2-2 after a penalty-filled first period that offered numerous scoring chances. What the Bruins weren't was' a strong performance from Phil although the big centre did get the goal that got them moving. Bobby Schmautz also has been a disappointment to the Bruins. He missed two oppor- tunities that would have given the Bruins the go-ahead score. he said of an open-net shot from 10 feet in the second period that went over the top bar. He couldn't control the puck on a third- period breakaway that was smothered by goalie Bernie Parent. Barber credited linemate Ross Lonsberry with making the play that set up his game winner. kept the play inside the blueline when he forced Bobby Orr to bank the puck off the The play took place across the ice from Barber's and the Bruins were making a move to cover so he scooped up the loose puck using Orr as a fired a shot that beat Gilles Gilbert. Barber has been having his own problems of late and it was only through an injury to Gary Dornhoefer that he got a starting berth with Lonsberry and Rick MacLeish. really be hurting if we were losing and I wasn't scor- Barber said. we have been winning and that Captain Bobby Clarke of the Flyers seemed to be upset by Guidolin's criticism of the Bruins following Sunday's game. certainly don't think he should be saying things like he's been quoted as said the young centre along with has been the reason the Flyers are leading the series. played pretty good for him all so why knock them Dies Hermon former PGA and British Open died Monday at his home in Akron. He was 69. NFL hits snag CINCINNATI Judge David Porter refused Tuesday to bar the new World Football League from negotiating with players under contract to Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League. in denying a preliminary injunction against the WFL and Bengals' linebacker Bill wrote that Cincinnati failed to prove it would be undermined by Bergey's contract with Virginia Ambassadors. The contract calls for Bergey to begin play for the WFL team in 1976. His NFL contract expires after the 1975 season. The judge said has no intention of breaching his contract by letting down in the He did that the Bengals might be harmed if several of their players were to sign with the WFL at the same time In a hole and want out Cougars to start digging CHICAGO Chicago Cougars are back in a familiar position in the World Hockey a hole looking for a way out. The East Division playoff champions dug their own hole Sunday night when they tried to outmuscle Houston Aeros. They paid for it as the winners of the West took a 3-2 victory in the opening game of the best-of- seven final. The Cougars face the pros- the second game at home tonight at the next three games in Houston. And while the Cougars have been big winners on the road throughout the they have never won a game against the Aeros in Houston. Sunday's game was a heavy- hitting affair with sticks held high most of the time. was really surprised to see them try to outmuscle said Houston coach Bill Dineen after running his club through an hour-long practice. club in this league can intimidate at least no one has in two Chicago coach Pat Stapleton said his club is not about to try to outmuscle the Aeros. only way we can beat this club is to outskate them. We won't do anything different We'll continue to play our tight game and hope some breaks come our way.'' Houston's offensive power is an obvious factor in their but Dineen said not enough attention has been paid to his defencemen and goaltender. Don the best goal- tender in the WHA this diverted the credit to defencemen John Paul Marty Howe and Larry Hale. finished the regular season with 41 goals against less than any other yet we couldn't put the defencemen on an all-star McLeod said. probably the most unbelievable thing that's happened this Dineen with Popiel and Schella. If anyone belongs on'an all-star they Popiel says whole secret is we're we think we're going to play well. disciplined enough to know that we win hold our Houston will have forward Jim Sherritt back in the lineup tonight between two of the right-winger Gordie and left winger Mark. Szura did a good job but Sherritt fits the Howes' style Dineen gets the and gets it to Gordie who likes to control the will have to continue without goal- tender Cam who re- mains in bed with a sore throat. return to law school if the Flyers won the said he intends to attend a coaching seminar in the Soviet Union at the end of this month. He has been an admirer of Russian methods of training hockey teams. The Herald Sports Special Olympics WINNIPEG -More than Canadians and many Americans are expected to compete here June 13-16 in the Canadian Special organized for the mentally handicapped over the age of 13 years. Jim chairman of the Olympic said Tuesday that in addition to six track and field events and five swimming the National Hockey League has organized and sponsored its third international floor hockey tournament with youngsters wearing the colors of the NHL team within their particular region. The teams each finished with 14 penalties and 37 minutes. Sixty minutes were assessed in the first 31 to the Bruins. The first-period total included six majors for three to each team. PHILADELPHIA BOSTON 2 MacLeish 12 2. Schultz 2 Van 3. Espoiito 9 4. Savard 3 Penalties Kindrachuk Leduc Joe Watson Cashman. Jim Watson majors Schultz majors Saleski Flett Leduc. Clarke O'Reilly Schultz 1915. Second period No scoring. Penalties MacLeish Joe Watson Bladon 19-26 Third period 5. Barber 3 Jim 6. Dupont 4 16.40. Penalties Marcotte. Jim Watson 6.16. on by Boston 11 B Philadelphia 9 9 Attendance Parent beaten Philadelphia goalie Bernie Parent is beaten l.Buy some bottles of Coca-Cola or of Sprite. 4. Look for the name of a Provincial capital and a mileage number on the under- side of the liner. 3. Peel out the vinyl liner from under the cap. 2. Open a bottle 1 5. Collect all ten Provincial Capitals and you may win a Mercury Bobcat 3-door Runabout. 6. Collect exactly miles and you may win a cooler full of Coke and of Sprite. 1.1 i nit. 7. Clip fornTfoTrelerenceT HOW YOU MAT WIN Cnc.lClh So-ill' InilW I I' Hip I srvc i1 linns iimli'r ins on Ini'll s Uiiil'nt eai.li lirnr liml tlipnimeol a Ciin Inn P.ivimnl Cipitil Cili ml i n ii'.i.' nimih'i ii'd ilj Fiench v. ismn C'O Can ir'ui ili stn.Mrby ramli in distrihiilu mn Cd'nila accn-ili is to population is pi mM in SI Cu i isus 197. Plij'r in Kin 1974 MPICIIIV B'I'Ml 3 ni S' 500 00 Collect all Iticu Provincial VI.I.-M- Eiln.onion R-ona Winiurv. Ti.i.jnto Qinric Fredi'ricton i Clnr'ultcto.in anil St Ji ms To be eligible to i cooler ind coupons la 12 10 bottles CKJ Coll and 1210 bottles ol collect linos with miln jt numbers on them totaling eiartly 4784 miles 1. 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