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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 7, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 28 Chinook champions The Chinook Amateur Rodeo Circuit held its wind- up awards banquet for the 1974 season Friday night at the Labor Club in Lethbridge. Pictured above are the champions for the year. Left to right, front row, Diane Krause, junior barrel racing; Monte French, bull riding; and Bruce Kostelansky, boys' cow riding. Left to right, centre row, Donna Brantner, senior barrel racing; Bob Lytle, calf roping; Tom Ivins, steer wrest- ling; and Lawrence Draper, team roping. Back, left to right, is Marlm Draper, team roping; Oscar Walter, all around; and Steve Reveerts, saddle bronc. Miss- ing is bareback winner Jim Cammaert. SPORT FANS 7 BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW When freshman sta Tony Dorset! of Pitt was chosen to the first-tearr All-America last season he became the first fresh man to make the All America team in almos 30 years Do you know who the last one was1? Answer is Doc Blair chard of Army who was first-team All-America as a freshman in 1944. Here's a tough question for you Who was the last man to play in both the National Footbal League and in major league baseball? Answer is Tom Brown who played big league base ball with the Washington Senators in 1963, and then played pro footbal with the Green Bay Packers and the Washing ton Redskins from 1964 to 1969. Of all the teams in sports, which one do you think makes the most money? Answer is the New York Knicks of the National Basketball As- sociation According to an economic survey of sports teams, the Knicks are the most pro- fitable, making about million dollars profit a year. I bat you didn't know that our UNIROYAL ZETA 40M Bailed RADIAL TIRES ara Mid with an Ironclad 40.000 mill guarantaa and give 75WJ mora hazard protection, 20% mora car control, 12% mora traction, and you can actually monay on gat. SM KIRK'S... lor (to toil dnl lor ivty wftMll KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD., "The YO.T UNIROYAL 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU LETHBRIDGE 1621-3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 KIRK'S-CALGARY 121045 Aw. N.E. 276-5344 KIRK'S TIRE (TAIErl) LTD. 1201 -SO Ava. PhOM 223-3441 Old-Timers, Broncos share weekend Sportsplex spotlight The stage is set for Sunday's National Hockey League Old-Timers visit. But first come the Broncos and Flin Flon Bombers. The NHL Old-Timers take to the ice Sun- day at two against the Western Canada Old-Timers bolstered by the addition of seven Southern Albertans. This evening at eight o'clock the Bron- cos host Flin Flon in a Western Canada Hockey League encounter The Old- Timers, from both east and west will be the guests of the Broncos at tonight's game. Meanwhile, the local officials organiz- ing the Old-Timer match received the news that Maurice "Rocket" Richard would not be here for the game late Thur- sday. "It is very unfortunate that Richard isn't said Bill Johnson of the Kinsmen Club, "however, every effort is being made to have Guyle Fielder in un- iform for Sunday." Fielder, it can be said, carries every bit as much importance to Lethbridge and Southern Alberta hockey fans as does Richard. "We know that Rocket is a favorite of many added Johnson, "but then again, so is Fielder." Until Gordie Howe came out of retire- ment to play with Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association Fielder held the record of the most scoring points in professional hockey. It may not have been in the NHL but it carries every bit as much significance. Despite the loss of Richard the game will feature such stars as Ted Lindsay, Elmer Lach, Bill Mosdell, Bill Gadsby, Jack Stewart, Bill Hay, Ray Kanasewich, and Rock Crawford just to name a few. Joining the western club will be Earl Ingarfield. Les Colwill, Howie Yanosik, Al Willis, Stan Maxwell, Bob Bartlett and Jim Baird Referees for Sunday's game will be Red Storey and Don Marshall. The Old-Timers will break with custom for Sunday's game and will allow local of- ficials to turn all of the proceeds from the game over to the Canada Winter Games. In most cases the Old-Timers take a share of the gate for liieii uwn charitable organizations. NHL OLD-TIMERS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 24 Mike Kanat Jack Stewart Nick Musat Bill Gadsby Jack Roberts Bob Brown Ted Lindsay Jim Peters Marty Pavellch Jerry Abel Joe Carveth Joe Klukay Elmer Lach John Rea Ken Mosdell Mark Reaume NIC Cmor John Ferguson Jerry Serviss Coach Norm Smith Red Doran Manager Rollie Roulston Trainer Tom Shaw WESTERN OLD TIMERS 1 Murray Dodd 25 Bob Sangster 2 Bob Solmger 3 Bud McPherson 4 Howie Yanosik 5 Tony Schneider 6 Art Michaluk 7 Dick MeGhee S A! Willis 9 Bill Hay 10 Earl Ingarfield 11 Gord Cowan 12 Ken Cairns 14 Rock Crawford 15 Bert Olmstead 16 Lou Jankowski 17 Ray Kmasawich 18 Gerry Melnyk 19 Stan Maxwell 20 Les Colwill 21 Jim Baird 22 Bob Bartlett Coach Sweeney Schrmer Manager Jim Fmney Canucks triumph, Saints win again By THE CANADIAN PRESS Curt Bennett was all set to emerge as the star of Atlanta Flames' match Friday night until Chris Oddleifson and a swarm of Vancouver Canucks ruined the party Bennett scored three goals to lead the Flames to a 4-2 lead after two periods of the National Hockey League game at Vancouver. But then, Oddleifson, who had matched Bennett's first goal in the first period, scored another two to open a furious third-period rally that gave the Canucks a 7-5 victory. In other NHL games, California Golden Seals beat Minnesota North Stars 5-3 and Philadelphia Flyers tied 3-3 with Kansas City Scouts. The Canucks outshot Atlanta 18-4 in the third-period rally which appeared to founder midway in the period after Oldleifson's two goals tied the score 4-4. Eric Vail scored his 12th goal of the season to put Atlanta back in front 5-4 but, 34 seconds later, Gerry Meehan tied it again and goals by Paulin Bordeleau and Gerry O'Flaherty sunk the Flames. Minnesta also staged a third period rally, including two goals from Bill Golds worthy, but the Seals added an empty net goal to in- sure their sixth win in 28 starts this season Just a week ago, coach Harry Neale of Minnesota Fighting Saints was complain- ing that his club was off to a bad start and he didn't know why. The Saints, World Hockey Assocation playoff finalists last season, had just beaten Toronto Toros to break out of last place in the West Division and Neale said: "Maybe this win will get us going." Friday night, the Saints won their third game after one loss since the Toronto game, beating Winnipeg Jets 4-2. The Saints narrowly missed taking over third place in the West Division when, in Friday's only other game, Phoenix Roadrunners defeated Edmonton Oilers 3-1 to stay two points ahead of Minnesota. Midget Elks thump Vulcan 10-2 Lethbridge Midget Elks topped the Vulcan Blazers 10-2 in a Southern Alberta Juvenile League game. Gordon Tokariuk picked up the hat-trick for the winners while singletons came from George Szakaly, Leroy Pavan, Gerry Lypka, Don Higa, Scott Jarvie, Randy Syrenne and Keith Miyashiro. Robert Da hi and Doug Becker replied for Vulcan Native Sons play tonight The Lethbridge Native Sons will be in action tonight when they host a tough Olds club in a Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League game at Henderson Ice Centre. Game time is set for The Native Sons will play again Sunday, when they travel to Fort Macleod to face the Rookies at 2 p.m. PLAINSMAN SPORTS We can help you with those difficult to buy presents The largest selection of Guns in Southern Alberta! 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