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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGfc HERALD Wednesday, December 11, 1974 Cougars continue to fly, Bombers win one on road By THE CANADIAN PRESS Victoria Cougars lengthen- ed their lead in the western division of the Western Canada Hockey League by trouncing Winnipeg Clubs 14-5 Tuesday night, while eastern division Flin Flon Bombers won their first road game with a 6-3 victory over Brandon Wheat Kings. Cougar centre Greg Miazga scored three goals in Tuesday's game with Win- than he scored in the 31 previous games he played this sea- his total to five goals. Kim Clackson and Eric Sanderson each scored two goals for the Cougars. Singles went to Al Hill, Danny Lucas, Curt Eraser, Irv Bowles, Rick Martin, Tim Williams and Jim Gustafson. Minor hockey GRIFFITH HAS RIGHT SHOULDER LOOKED AT Griffith's left was all he needed MONTREAL (CP) Emile Griffith of New York scored a unanimous 10-round junior middleweight decision over Donate Paduano of Montreal Tuesday night, fighting with only his left hand after a third- round injury to his right shoulder. Using a stiff left jab, a good hook and a right hand feint that effectively concealed his handicap from Paduano, veteran Griffith outpointed his younger opponent before about fans in the seat Montreal Forum. Griffith, 36, five-time world champion in the welterweight and middleweight divisions, said he injured his right shoul- der in the third round. "I clipped him with the right good and when I picked it up to throw again the whole arm was he said. Gil Clancy, his manager, said he considered asking the referee to stop the fight but changed his mind when it be- came apparent Paduano was unable to exploit the han- dicap. Paduano. 26, said his plan was to circle to Griffith's left and that he was unaware Griffith was fighting with only one hand. "We knew he was a good hitter with the right." he said. "Our strategy was to stay away from it. I never knew he wasn't throwing rights. "The fight goes so fast you don't realize it." Griffith, appearing in his 100th professional fight, weighed 157 pounds to Pa- duano's 151 lk and now has 82 wins, 17 losses and one draw. Paduano, former Canadian welterweight champion, now has 41 wins, seven losses and one draw. Both fighters were guaranteed In the semi-final, 36-year- old Joey Durelle of Sorel, Que., earned a draw with Fer- nand Marcotte of Quebec City. Both Elks, Warriors in action Lethbridge's two entries in the Southern Alberta Juvenile League will see action tonight. Here in Lethbridge at the Civic Centre the Midget Elks play host to the Taber Juveniles at Meanwhile, Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors are the guests of Vauxhall in an encounter. Lethbridge Midget Elks bombed the Strathmore Colts 10-2 in Southern Alberta Juvenile League play. Dave Snopek led the home standing Elks with four goals and Murray Auld added two. Single markers came from Leroy Pavan, Dwayne Lendrum, George Szakaly and Scott Jarvie. Nels Stockwell and Doug Knight replied for Strathmore. The Elks outshot Strathmore 36-21. Butch Bogden turned in a shutout performance in Ban- tam B action as the Ramblers defeated the Cougars 4-0. Barry Coclin picked up the hat-trick for the winners and Bob Richardson got the fourth goal. In a Bantam B game Mon- day night the Kings defeated the Monarchs 5-2. Five boys shared in the Kings' scoring, Brian Kowalko, Dale Belsher, Ralph Quint, Ron MacDonald and Brad Kirschenmen. Glenn Yacyshyn scored both Monarch goals. In Bantam A action Maroons defeated the Red Wings 4-3, after over-coming a three goal deficit. Billy Caswell and John Duncan split the Maroon scoring with two goals each while Dennis Taylor, Rick Van Luck and Mike Lenaour scored for the losers. The Nationals dropped the Eskimos 3-2 in Midget play on goals by Gary Prince, Randy Charlesworth and Kevin Hunt. Mark Rowe and Walter Mon- tina replied for the losers. Lethbridge Pee Wee Voyageurs managed a win and a tie on the road. The locals got three goals from Allen Norlin as they We've got 'em! And they're all John Deere quality! Outstanding values in authentic Pedal-Driven Riding Tractor Delight a Iittle one with this quality pedal tractor' Authentic John Deere design guarantees hours and hours of imagined adventures, years and years of happy play. Sure to excite every child on your list, and there's a trailer for it. too' JOHN DEERE TOYS ARE MADE TO LAST... ONE OF THE BEST TOY VALUES YOU CAN BUY! 0 Toy Bulldozer with Winch for the mover on your hsi Toy Excavator for special sandbox fun S8.80 Toy Combine authentic in every detail Historic Tractors traco history in 7 models Toy Planter for the would- farmer be