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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 3, 1974 FLORIDA-WEST INDIES CRUISES 7 Tampa 7 Caribbean Crutoa Dapart Canary FrWay, Commencing Jan. per panon (douMa occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL aMi CanlraVMIagaMall PhonaMI-3101 Shutouts highlight broomball action Four shutouts highlighted Lethbridge and District Broomball action Sunday. Herman's Upholstery, who have five shutouts thus far and have only allowed two goals in seven games, blanked the Jaycees 5-0. Vic Willms was in the nets for the winners. Jim Fraser scored twice and Robert Meheden, Hans Koenig and Roger Handley. added singletons for the winn- ing squad. Leo Matteotti was in goal for the Lethbridge Hotel as Edmonton will host ski event NEW YORK (AP) Plans were announced Monday for a series of women's freestyle skiing competitions with a total purse of The first of six events will be staged Dec. 19-21 at Aspen, Colo. Other tournaments are scheduled for Stowe, Vt., Jan. 23-25; Waterville Valley, N.H., and Sugar loaf, Me., dates to be announced later; March 21-23; and Heavenly Valley, Calif., April 4-6. Each of the, six events will have in prize money with going to the Grand Prix champions at the end of the series. GOLF VENUE SET NEW YORK (Reuter) The 1975 World Cup golf matches will be played at the Navatanee golf course in Bangkok, Thailand, Dec. 3-7, the sponsoring International Golf Association (IGA) an- nounced Monday. IGA tourna- ment director Fred Corcoran said a record 50 countries have been invited to send two- man teams to compete in the 23rd annual edition of the matches. they whitewashed Ace Building 5-0. Roger McAdam and Ernie Brotherwobd scored two goals each and Willy Tietz added the other. Southern Signs, behind goalie Norm Vaselenak, shutout the City Hall Gangsters 3-0. Jim Corey scored twice and Don Corey once. Cam Hodgins shutout the Knight Clubber as the Eagles won 3-0. Willy Brees, Hugo Brees and Morris Sonen shared the scoring. J and L Roofing and Shaughnessy battled to a 1-1 tie in a hard fought contest. Gary Bird scored for J and L while Rudy Fleischhauer scored for Shaughnessy. Miner's Library won their game by default over the Lethbridge Correctional In- stitute when the Institute team failed to appear due to a lack of guards to accompany the players. W T L Pts Lethbridge Hotel.......6 1 013 Herman's, Upholstery...5 2 0 12 Roofing ...........4 2 1 10 Miners Library.........3 228 Shaughnessy ..........2 3 2 7 Jaycees...............3 1 3 7 Ace Building...........3 1 3 7 Southern Signs........3 1 3 7 Eagles................3 0 4 6 Knight Clubbers........1 1 5 3 Leth. Institute..........1 0 6 2 City Hall Gangsters.....1 0 6 2 SCORING LEADERS G A Pts Roger McAdam..........10 515 Gus Fotnradas............5 4 9 Max Whiteford............6 2 8 Bill Ressler ...............5 3 8 Butch Lee................2 6 8 Allan Pennington..........5 2 7 Willy Brees...............5 2 7 Hugo Brees..............3 4 7 Roger Rombough.........3 4 7 Eugene Yamada..........2 5 7 Goalies sharp Western Canada Natural Gas and York Hotel played to a scoreless tie Monday night in Industrial Hockey League play. Gunner Crawford was in the nets for the Hotel men and Gerry Sarka recorded the shutout for the Gas Co. GIFT BICYCLES BIG SELECTION PRICED FOR GIFTING LAYAWAY A BIKE for CHRISTMAS NOW Over 500 Bikes in Stock Standards, 3-5-10 speeds ALL CCM BIKES AT 1973 PRICES Bert Macs Cycle Ltd. 913-3rdAve.S. Phone 327-3221 Herald" Sports LCTHBNIDQE OFFICE FUHNITUHi LTO. LMMT Start HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Mandin returns to LDS banquet LCI STARTING FIVE, DAVE ADAMS, GARY SINCLAIR, MIKE SHEEN, MARK BALDRY AND ROY ROBINSON SURROUND COACH JIM WHITELAW. LCI Invitational Tournament set for Friday, Saturday Ian Mandin will return as the Master of Ceremonies for the second year in a row for the LDS Father and Sons Athletic Awards Banquet. The banquet will be held Jan. 11 at the Lethbridge Community College. Mandin joins Cardston rodeo cowboy Bill Reeder and former Cy Young Award winner in the National Baseball League, Vernon Law, as guests already named to the head table. Mandin was the man in charge at last year's successful LDS father and son banquet and brings with him a vast background of radio, television and stage ex- perience. He is currently instructor of the radio arts course at the Lethbridge Community College and has worked in radio in Lethbridge, Ed- monton and Provo, Utah. A highlight of this year's banquet will be the presenta- tion of the LDS junior and senior athlete awards as well as the awarding of the Percy Butler Memorial trophy to the LDS sportsman of the year. Tickets for the seventh an- By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Boys Invitational Basketball Tournament is all set and ready to roll Friday and Saturday. Eight teams, including the host LCI Rams, are entered in the two day tourney which kicks off at Friday with Bonnie Doon Lancers going against Invermere Lakers. The game will pit Walter Murray Marauders against the Winston Churchill Bulldogs. At p.m. opening day Sir Winston Churchill of Calgary will meet the Cardston Cougars. The wind-up game Friday night sees Thorn Trojans battling the LCI Rams. Saturday's action begins at a.m. and runs through to the p.m. championship game. Saturday's combatants will be decided by the outcome of Friday's initial contests. Besides declaring a tournament champion, a consolation winner will be determined as well, and a game at p.m. will determine the third place finisher. The Thorn Trojans are a Regina ball club and boast seven players off last year's Regina junior championship squad. Lad Fog.-rty, Pete Hillsdon and Jim Wershier are three of the club's main offensive and defensive stalwarts. The Trojans promise to be a tough hurdle for whoever meets them during the tourney. British Columbia's Invermere Lakers are making their first trip to the tournament and are reported to be an aggressive basketball team, especially on the boards. Six foot one inch Peter Nicholas will be the starring centre for the Lakers while Mike Warn and Jack Cablaquen are reported strong at guard. Walter Murray Marauders hail from Saskatoon. The tall, well balanced club is led by Parmjit Lalli and Tom Groat. The Saskatoon club operates an aggressive press and one of their strongest points is their bench depth. Cardston Cougars, winners of the Magrath tournament, employ a fast breaking style of game and while they are not tall they make up for it in the quality of their shooters. Don Yuill and Ken Leavitt will be two of the players that the other teams will have to be conscious of throughout the tourney. Five members of last year's Cougar squad, which won the con- solation trophy at both the LIT and provincial championships, are back with the club. The Winston Churchill Bulldogs, led by the fine play of Perry Mirkovich, are competing in 4A basketball this year after winning the Southwest Conference "B" championship last season. A good disciplined offence that can employ the fast break and a defence that employs the press at times make the Bulldogs a team to watch during the tournament. Edmonton will be represented by the Bonnie Doon Lancers who have Terry Sulton returning for his third year at starting forward and two experienced guards in Brent Burr and Gord Jenkins. The Lancers are coming off a successful season last year and will be a club to contend with at this year's show. Last year Sir Winston Churchill of Calgary were the LCI In- vitational tournament and provincial champions and though they have a coaching change this season they will still be a tough club to handle. They employ a fast breaking game and will use the press on occasion on defence. Their strength lies in their rebounding and shooting. Doug Batterskill will be making his second appearance at the LCI tourney and if he's as tough as last year the Calgary team will be a definite contender. The host LCI Rams will be putting a relatively new squad through its first Invitational Tournament action. Mark Baldry is the backbone of the LCI squad with his rebounding and play making. Mike Sheen is a newcomer that most basketball people expect big things from and joins.Dave Adams, a hustling ball player who comes to the team from the eastern United States. Roy Robinson, is a real worker for the Rams as is Darryl Brooks and Mike Steed. Gary Sinclair is a good shooter and Craig Murray adds plenty of hustle when he's on the floor. Owen Yoshida, Roy Yorgason, Roy Hudson and Jim Davidson give the Rams a strong bench. Kevin Malmberg is also a member of the Rams but is in the process of recovering from an operation at the conclusion of the football season and will not suit up with his team for the tourney. The Rams main strength lies in their knowledgeable coach, Jim Whitelaw. Whitelaw has seen many teams come and go over the years and there's not much that takes place on the basketball floor that he hasn't seen before and knows how to handle. A cheerleading contest will be held in conjunction with the tournament as well as a foul shooting contest. A pep rally Friday at where players, coaches and cheerleaders will be introduced, will kick off the two day, 11 game tournament. Canadiens finally defeat Flames 2-0 MONTREAL (CP) For the first time since the 1972-73 National Hockey League season, Montreal Canadiens have defeated Atlanta Flames at the Forum. The Flames had two wins and two ties against the Canadiens at Montreal but NOTICE Effective December 2nd, 1974 Pro Motors Ltd. 1520 -2nd AvenueS. Mazda-Mercedes Benz Dealers Phcr.e 328-8117 Will be observing NEW WINTER HOURS (UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE) Monday thru Wednesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. lost 2-0 in the only NHL game Monday night. Defenceman Larry Robinson scored both Montreal goals and goaltender Michel Larocque stopped 22 shots to record his first shutout of the 1974-75 season. "Both teams checked close- ly said Montreal coach Scotty Bowman. "Atlanta checks well. You have to play tight against them." "All the wings were coming back said Robinson. "That helps us on defence. "Our forwards were not taking any foolish chances and they were not getting caught up." Robinson gave Montreal a 1- 0 lead at of the first period after taking a pass from Peter Mahovlich and fir- ing a hard shot past Atlanta goaltender Daniel Bouchard. The Montreal defenceman added his second goal of the night and fourth of the year with less than five minutes to go in the second period. MONTREAL 2 ATLANTA 0 First period Montreal. Robinson 3 (Mahovlich) Penal- ty Lambert Second period 2. Montreal. Robinson 4 (Cournoyer. Lemaire) Penalties Murray Risebrough Atlanta (too many men served by Graves) Third period No scoring. Penalties Lapointe Vail (ma- jor, game Risebrough (minor, Bouchard (served by Graves) Shutt 1535. Shots on goal by Atlanta 9 5 Montreal 7 11 Attendance 16.548. Dolphins trounce Bengals MIAMI (AP) Coach Paul Brown watched Miami's de- fending National Football League champion Dolphins beat his Cincinnati Bengals 24- 3 Monday night and said: "They're back in the Super Bowl swing." The Dolphins, who have been in the last three Super Bowls cinu won the last two, agreed. "This was our best perform- ance of the said Miami coach Don Shula, whose team can win a fifth straight playoff berth by beating Baltimore Colts Sunday. The Dolphins, now with a 9-3 record, are tied with Buffalo Bills for the American Conference East Division lead. Quarterback Bob Griese, who completed 11 of 13 passes for 118 yards and threw four- yard scoring passes to Mer- cury Morris and Jim Mandich, said the Dolphins have the ability to excel in crucial games. "It's nice to know when the chips are down and it's a big game, we're going to get said Griese. IAN MANDIN nual banquet are available from Dougs and Stubbs Phar- macy in Lethbridge. They re- main at apiece and are available to all fathers and sons in Southern Alberta. Five more head table guests, including the LDS father and son who traditionally grace the head table, will be named in the coming weeks prior to the banquet. Supremes win 5-3 Lethbridge Hockey Hounds Supremes defeated Fort Macleod 5-3 in a Southern Alberta Midget Girls Hockey League game Saturday. Kim Farrell scored the hat- trick for the winners while Deanna Miyauchi and Linda Hamilton rounded out the scoring for the winners. Leta Milne got two for the Fort Macleod girls and Cheryl Becker scored the other. Fort Macleod lead 2-0 at the end of the first period and 2-1 at the end of two. They also led 3-2 at one stage of the final stanza. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division w Saskatoon ...14 Regina T F 6 5 126 13 1 109 10 4 110 13 2 114 12 6 84 16 5 66 114 121 126 107 145 97 81 95 89 101 33 .27 26 26 16 13 44 31 29 26 18 9 Brandon Lethbridge Winnipeg Flin .12 .5 We -Victoria Med Hat Kamloops New West Edmonton Calgary Division .21 5 2 166 .14 7 3 107 .14 10 1 116 .13 9 2 100 ..7 11 4 95 ..2 18 5 .95 61 38 33 79 33 88 20 94 16 54 125 7 85 40 69 29 76 94 16 58 111 13 SCORING LEADERS G Bridgman, Victoria...... 29 Trottier, Leth............ 19 Minor, Regina 20 Morris, Victoria......... 23 Faulkner, Regina........ 23 Sutler, Leth............. 19 Blight. Brandon......... 25 Gustafson, Vic.......... 22 Tudor, Regina 22 Ashby, Calgary......... 17 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A PIS Spruce Grove 16 7 0 135 98 32 Calgary ......14 8 0 149 99 28 Drumheller ...14 11 0 121 121 28 Red Deer.....13 9 0 102 98 26 Taber........13 13 0 160 145 26 .The Pass..... 0 22 0 67 173 0 A P 36 65 36 55 30 50 26 49 26 49 29 48 21 46 23 45 21 43 26 43 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F Phila........15 6 3 91 Atlanta .13 8 5 72 Rangers Islanders Smythe Division Vancouver Chicago Minnesota St. Louis .10 8 5 87 9 8 7 82 .15 6 4 94 .10 9 3 76 9 11 4 69 7 11 5 71 Kansas City .418 1 55 A Pts 55 33 66 31 70 25 69 25 66 34 53 23 90 22 87 19 103 9 Norris Division Los Angeles .12 2 9 70 Montreal ....13 6 7 111 Pittsburgh 8 11 Detroit...... 7 13 Washington.. 2 19 Adams Division Buffalo......18 4 4 121 Boston......12 6 5 99 Toronto 6 12 Califor.......4 16 SCORING LEADERS G A PUPim Orr, B ...............15 27 42 16 Esposito. B...........21 19 40 13 Perreauli. Buf........16 23 39 16 Robert, Buf ..........13 17 35 53 Clarke, Pha...........9 26 35 49 Lafleur, M............16 18 34 15 Martin, Buf...........15 18 33 27 Dionne, D.............9 23 32 4 Mahovlich. M.........11 20 31 14 WORLD HOCKEY W L T F A Pts. Canadian Division Toronto ......15 8 1 111 85 31 Winnipeg......12 6 1 86 53 25 Quebec .......12 8 0 82 71 24 Edmonton..... 96 0 56 48 18 Vancouver..... 7 10 1 56 62 15 Eastern Division New Eng.......14 6 0836428 Cleveland 9 6' 1 50 49 19 Chicago 7 13 0 63 81 14 Indianapolis 4 19 0 48 108 8 Western Division Houston......15 8 01097030 San Diego.....11 8 7 10 7 11 Phoenix Minnesota Michigan 5 15 Hull. W................23 Lund, H ...............16 Nilsspn, W............. 8 Hughes. H.............20 Dillon, Bernier, Q.............10 Simpson. T............19 Walton, M 0 61 65 22 2 67 73 16 0 74 80 14 0 54 91 10 G A 15 20 26 11 18 19 9 13 P 38 36 34 31 30 39 28 28 8-26 "This was just like a playoff game. We've been in a lot of big games when there's a feel- ing that it's a must game and we've got to execute, every- thing seems to fall into place. I guess it gets down to pride." The Dolphins' defence held the Bengals to just 66 yards rushing, 61 of them in the sec- ond half. Ken Anderson, the AFC's leading passer, was held to 119 yards on 14 pass yards below his average. OtHtHAl1 W.C.H.L. ACTION Lethbridge Broncos vs Brandon Wheat Kings WED., DEC. 4 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX ELRICH TIRES LTD Sates "and 402 1st Ave Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;