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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, September 13, 1974 Cables trailing by three games NEW WESTMINSTER, BC (CP) Peterborough PCOs moved to within a game ot their third consecutive Canadian junior lacrosse championship Thursday, but Peterborough coach Ben Floyd said he wants to go one step further. The PCOs downed Burnaby Cables 15-11 to take a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven final for the Minto Cup. Peterborough can wrap it up when play resumes Saturday. ''We want to play the said Floyd, referring to the New West- minster team that thrashed Windsor Warlocks a week ago to win the Canadian senior lacrosse title and the Mann Cup would like to put the Minto Cup and the Mann Cup at centre floor and challenge the New Westminster Salmonbellies to one take both cups Floyd said. Paul Parnell of the Salmon- bellies, all-time leading Western Lacrosse Association scorer, said "I understand every member of the team has been approached and all have agreed to play "I can't wait to get on the added the Peter- borough native who moved west in 1960 WILL DECIDE TODAY The Canadian Lacrosse Association, the national governing body of senior and junior lacrosse, was to make a decision today regarding the proposed showdown But before meeting the Salmonbellies, Peterborough will have to finish off the Cables They didn't have much trouble with the western representatives Thursday, despite being tied 11-11 near the mid-way mark of. the third period Burnaby scored six con- secutive goals to tie the game, but Peterborough rallied 31 seconds later when Brian Evans scored on a breakaway. BLUM JOINS FLAGS PORT HURON, Mich (AP) Frank Blum, who in five games last year with Toronto Toros of the World Hockey As- sociat'on compiled a 2 29 goals against average, has been acquired by Port Huron Flags of the International Hockey League. The 22-year- old goaltender logged more than 200 minutes in penalties last season with Mohawk Valley of the North American Hockey League 1 BLOCK NORTH OF WATER TOWER MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 328-2732 W I L D E R H0NIES S E Singles. Doubles and Modular Mobile Homes Outstanding Values 2x4 Walls Double insulation in Ceilings 2x12 JoisJ 2l02-2ndAve. N, Bob Wasson was the leading scorer for the PCOs, beating Burnaby goaltender Gary Greer four times. Jim Johnston added three while Evans and Dan Green scored twice each. Greg Lustic, Mark Zitarelli, Steve Plunkett and Gord Duncan had singles. Ray Durante scored tour times for Burnaby and Kelly McLenaghen scored twice Singles came from Mike Holden, Mike McLenaghen, Dave Matheson, Rich Boucher and Kevin Alexander Peterborough led 7-2 after one period and were ahead 11- 8 after 40 minutes PCOs goaltender Tim Barrie stopped 44 Burnaby shots Floyd is anxious to see how his eastern champions would do against the country's best senior club and apparently the Salmonbellies also want a shot Courageous two ahead of Aussies NEWPORT, R.I. (Reuter) Australian challenger Southern Cross, beaten in the first two races and with its hopes fading fast, goes after its first victory today against American defender Courageous in the America's cup yacht series. Another defeat would put the Southern Cross in the almost impossible situation of having to win the last four races in- the best-of-seven match in order to capture the ancient silver trophy Courageous is seeking to re- tain the cup for the United States for the 22nd consecutive time Fairly brisk southwesterly winds of between 10 and 20 knots were forecast for today's third race, scheduled to start at 12 10 p.m. EOT. Similar wind conditions pre- vailed Thursday when Cou- rageous caught up with and passed Southern Cross after two miles of the-first leg and then held the lead the rest of the way over the 24.3-mile triangular course on Rhode Island Sound. The American defender crossed the finish line about 100 yards ahead of the Australian 12-metre, with a winning margin of one minute and 11 seconds. Courageous won the opening race Tuesday by about a half mile, finishing four minutes and 54 seconds ahead. Both boats hoisted protest flags about seven minutes be- fore Thursday's race began as they manoeuvred for starting positions. But Thursday night, after a three-hour meeting, a three-man international jury disallowed both protests. Spokesmen for both the American and Australian syn- dicates refused to discuss the nature of the protests which arose after Courageous and Southern Cross came close to colliding just before the race began Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL IMPERIAL FASHIONS Jen Hegi 263 Pat Plomp 257. Mir.am Givens 261 (651) Marg Siefned 257. Ana Teter.s 266. Rose Chudoblak 265. Chns Wass 284. Linda Vrabel 255. Irene Ponych 265. Betty Hobbs 246 GORDIES Morgan Sparks 255. Al Balija 235. Duane Sprtzer 255 Jerry Mezie 301. V Oagnone 344 Fred Master 265. Bill Hamilton 285 Ron Grettmger 289. Ken Mack 274 Bruno Saceda 308 (756) Ed Henderson 257. Bob Trtompson 266 HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Oena Smith 257. Mel Fmnerty 262 <723I. Ooroltiy Hodges 268 Irene Lynde 248 SrnrJey Pitmjke 266. Wlarg NHctiaienfco 254 Nlarg Valoomson 248 Berrnoe Hay 256. Alma Tottey 237 Wlana 239 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Brian 295 Randy Wilson 211 Bob Stiaw 218 Moms TrenJmi 226 Dowg Allan Linda Broods J14 Ivan Mills 262 Debbie Wells 241 Wells 227 Flora Donate 220 Darren Burr 226 Shtrtay NASA LODGE NicV 8ianc.hi 228 Lil Heqland 267 (679) Hjalnat Ne'scai 235 Carol 209 Bud Grouette 215 Maris Arthur 210 fiuby 222 Arvifl Lorraine tarter 215 Debi Hanson 222 EAGLES George Matcher) 279 7511 Jcyre Marsden 265 <695l John 246 frank Gorda 256 (655) Bert Bafcer 251 Gary Ward 311 (736) Mary Ward 253 Jean Malctier 249 Joe Si'tefl 277 Kalny Ludwig 238 ALCON flogan Sinclair 254 (729) B J 211 Abbey Webber 253 Tom Krann 255 Bill Billmgs 243 Alsn Draper 206 Saidy Brady 195 MEAT DINNERS Manor House Frozen Assorted Kinds CREAM CORN Tisli Trill Ciflidi ChoiM. 14 fl. oz. tin ICE CREAM Snow Stir Assorted Flavors, 6 pint carton KIDNEY BEANS 3 ...............................W APPLE SAUCE Town HousiCinuli Fancy. 14 fl. oz. tin FRESH BREAD 3 s7Qo SkylirkPiORNr or Brown, 20 oz. net wt. loaf W R MARMALADE flflc Empress Sovilli Orange or 6LO, 24 fl. oz. tin TOMATOES Vine Ripe California Canada No. 1 FLOUR 39 ORANGES B.C. 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