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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR 1975 CHARTERS TO EUROPE ALSO LONDON TO CALGARY Register new with ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mill ________Phone 388-3201 Third Section The UtKbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December Lower Level 7th (t. truasilng Mell LethbrUge, Alberta Phone 3M-7411 FILING CABINETS Pages 25-36 Soviets emerge with 5-4 victory EDMONTON (CP) Alex- ander Golikov scored on a rebound at of the final period Tuesday night to give the touring Moscow Selects a 5-4 victory over the strengthened Edmonton Oil Kings in an international ex- hibition hockey game before fans. Edmonton, strengthened by players from other Western Canada Hockey League clubs, was outshot by the Soviets 46- 30, in a well-played contest un- like the occasionally-stormy opening game of the Soviet tour Monday night in Montreal. Golikov's winning goal followed an error by Bryan Maxwell of Medicine Hat Tigers. He gave the puck away to Vladimir Orlov at centre and the Russian forward's low shot was block- ed by Ed Staniowski. The goaltender could not control the rebound and Golikov flipped it over the sprawling Regina Pats' stan- dout REBOUND GOAL The Russians led 3-1 and 4-3 at the intermissions and Ed- monton tied the game for the last time after two minutes of the third period when Ed- monton centre Perkins fooled Moscow netmmder Vladimir Polupanov with a rebound Perkins also scored in the second period. Edmonton's Terry Bucyk and Medicine Hat standout Don Murdoch added the other goals for the Canadians. Flashy Zelmut Balderis scored the first two Moscow goals Golikov also had two and Alexander Obanov the other Doug Soetaert of Edmonton played the first two periods in goal, blocking 28 shots and giving up four goals Staniowski, who played goal last season as Regina won the Memorial Cup and the Cana- dian junior hockey cham- pionship, was spectacular in facing 15 third-period shots MOSCOW 5, EDMONTON 4 First period 1 Moscow. Baldens (Bannov) 1 50. 2 Edmonton Mur- doch (Sadler Maxwell) 6 25. 3 Moscow. Balderis (Kortkov. Volchenkov) 18 26. 4 Moscow. Golikov 18 35 Penalties Obanov M I 24 5 20. Lalonde E 8 30, Hodgson E 1739 Second period 5 Edmonton. Perkins (Maze. Hodgson) 1 56. 6 Ed- monton Bucyk (Hodgson) 5 27 7 Moscow Obanov (Baranov. Balderis) I1 50 Penalties None Third period 8 Edmonton. Perkins (Lalonde. Maze) 200. 9 Moscow Golikov (Orlov) 14 01 Penalty Volchenkov M 9 51 Shots on goal by Moscow 16 15 Edmonton 11 8 Goaltender Polupanov Moscow. Soetaert. Staniowski. Ed- monton Attendance 10 164 Tigers visit Sportsplex Friday at eight o'clock Ingarf ield wants victory Friday By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Lethbridge Broncos wants a victory over Medicine Hat Friday night at eight and he wants it badly. Tigers and Broncos have met three times in the young Western Canada Hockey League and the Gas City crew have come up victorious on all three occasions. "We have to be looking for a win said the coach Tuesday afternoon. "If the Tigers beat us again they're going to think they own us and our guys are going to be wondering if they will ever beat the 'Hat. We can't have that happening, can we9" Ingarfield laughed when he made his last remark but he doesn't find three straight losses to the Tigers all that big a joke He knows his Broncos can beat the Tigers In the WCHL this year any club can upend the other at any given time, he just doesn't want time to run out before he proves his point. You see, the Tigers are the only club the Broncos have not gotten a point off of It could be the Broncos want to beat their Medicine Hat counterpats so bad they try too hard In three previous outings the Tigers have shown very little respect at home or at the Sportsplex Tigers won the first game 5-4 at home and then edged the locals 3-1 before fans at the Sportsplex. As Ingarfield pointed out, that one hurt. The Broncos were riding a five-game victory streak before the Tiger visit and Ingarfield's club only played one period of hockey. "And you can't play just 20 minutes against a club like the Tigers and expect to was his summation of the game. Two nights later in the 'Hat the Broncos let down in the second period and left the rink shaking their heads over a 5-0 setback "We have just played two of our better games at said Ingarfield. "I thought we skated well against both Brandon and Flin Flon. Not only did the club skate well, their defence looked the best it has all season They blanked Brandon 5-0 as Rollie Boutin registered the club's first shutout of the year It was Boutin against backstopping the Broncos as they tripped up the Bombers 7-1 Boutin lost his bid for a second straight shutout with 2 13 remaining in the game. Ingarfield has two new players in camp trying to crack the line-up Glen Anweiler is a 19-year-old netmmder who hails from Saskatoon but played last year in Victoria. Also on hand is 18-year-old Russ Hall of Calgary, a defenceman Ingarfield did indicate that both would be given ex- cellent chances to make the team However, it is unlikely he will dress either of them. Ingarfield is looking for a pair of wins this weekend as the New Westminster Bruins visit Sunday evening at seven JUNIORS FORECHECKED TENACIOUSLY GIBSON GUITARS AT PRUEGGERS 530 5th Street South 'LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM' Phone 329-3151 TOMORROW LAST SALE BEFORE CHRISTMAS TOMORROW SHELDON'S 12-HOUR SALE! TO i ONE DAY DEC. 12th i 9 P.M. I Here's a tremendous opportunity to do your late Christmas Shopping fantastic savings. Don't miss this great on clothing and footwear for the whole family savings event! LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY Boys' and Gifts' Nylon Shell Each Boys' Sport Shirts I Long or short sleeves, perma press. Each Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T-Shirts Long or short t leaves, Sizes 3 to 6. Each Kiddies' Rain Boots Sizes 6 to 3. Pair JEANS AND SLACKS Boys' and Girls', Sizes 8 to 18. Kiddies' Sizes 3 to 6x. Including Brand Name Wrangler and Top Gun Pair Ladies'Bonanza Shoes Sizes 5-10 (all Pair........ Men's Sport Shirts Long or short sleeves. 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