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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, 13, 1974 AUSTRALIA and SOUTH PACIFIC FARMERS and RANCHERS TOUR Priced il I23H.OO person Oeubto Alrtart Accommodation, Tourt, Metlt ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAOt MALL PMONI 371-1144 LESCROZIER WADE SMITH Tigers here tonight, Ingarfield wants win Medicine Hat Tigers have been spoilers more than once in games with Lethbridge Broncos this season in the Western Canada Hockey League and Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield feels it's time it stopped Tigers invade the Sportsplex this evening at eight for a game Ingarfield thinks his club should win "We have put two of our best games of the year back- to-back this past week and we're he said. The coach added that his club will have to play three periods of solid hockey against the Tigers, something they haven't done against the Bengals from the Gas City this year In three previous outings the Tigers have held the upper band 5-4 and 5-0 in Medicine Hat and a tough 3-1 verdict before the largest crowd ever fn p hnrtlrair cramo ,ri d Lethbndge's history, at the Sportsplex Broncos, due to a trade with Winnipeg Clubs Thursday, will have some new faces in the line-up this evening when they meet the Tigers. Broncos sent defenceman Dean Samis and goaltender Lome Molleken to Winnipeg for Gary Wagner of the Clubs As well, the locals also receiv- ed Chris Magnussen, current- ly playing with Penticton Broncos of the B C Junior Hockey League and future considerations All four players named in the trade are 18-year olds and all are expected to strengthen their news teams "It was a tough decision to let Samis and Molleken go" said Bronco general manager Bill Burton. However, with centre Greg Woods on the shelf for another seven weeks the Broncos needed help up the middle, a gap Wagner is expected to fill Wagner will be in Bronco colors tonight while Molleken and Samis are set to suit up with the Clubs Also expected to be in un- iform tonight are Russ Hall, a defenceman from Calgary and goalie Glen Anweiler Another twosome the Tigers will be seeing for almost the first time will be Les Crozier and Wade Smith Crozier has met the Tigers in the past in Edmonton Oil King colors while Smith saw limited ac- tion in the last game in Medicine Hat Both, however, have come to life in a Bronco uniform Crozier, a 19-year old right winger has fit in beside centre Jerry Bancks and left winger Steve Lee. Heading into tonight's encounter Crozier has scored in his last two out- ings and has shown consistent improvement Smith, a blueliner, has had previous WCHL experience with Victoria Cougars. The 18-year old defenceman is the son of Don Smith who toiled with the Lethbridge Native Sons in the late 50's Doubtful starters for the Broncos tonight are forwards Lee and Bill Jobson, both suf- fering from the flu. CHRISTMAS SLIP-ON STYLE In Black Polished French Calf also in Antique Brown Calf also Prairie Buf- falo Brogues and dressy plain toes in black brown Open Friday till 9 p.m.K CAMM'S SHOES GLEN ANWEILER 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. 913-3rdAvt. S. 327-3221 Herald Sports Canadian basketball final established for colleges The Lethbridge Community College iv Kodiaks have a goal to shoot for this year S in basketball that has been unavailable un- til now the Canadian College cham- g: pionship. It was announced Thursday by LCC g athletic co ordinator Ben Brooks that the Canadian College Athletics Association, in co operation with Sport Canada, have es- 3 tablished the first Canadian finals in 3 men's basketball. :j: The announcement also included a Cana- dian college championship in hockey, but the LCC hockey club is ineligible for this g tournament as they do not play in an accredited league. "The real importance of this announce- ment as far as basketball is Brooks said, "is that it assures that the Alberta conference will continue to develop. The championship insures an :j: incentive for our ball clubs." S The site for the men's basketball final will be Calgary. Mount Royal College will host the function March 21 and 22 of next year. Canadian colleges are broken down into four regions with Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia competing in the 4-West region. Other regions include Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. The Alberta championships will be decided Feb. 28 and March 1, while the 4- West title will be decided March 7-8. The Canadian Colleges Athletic Associa- tion is composed of 114 colleges and represents approximately students The Canadian semi finals will start Friday, March 21 with Quebec meeting Ontario and the next game will pit the 4- West winner against the Maritimes. Satur- day will see the two losers playing in the consolation game and the two winners battling it out for the Canadian cham- pionship. "This championship will do an awful lot for the Kodiaks this Ben Brooks stated. "It will give our boys something to shoot at beyond the 4-West regional." The Kodiaks are defending 4-West champions. "The championship has been four years in coming since we instigated discussion of the concept. It was a long drawn out process with a lot of internal battling before plans were Brooks said. It is anticipated that the emergence of the Canadian college championships in hockey and basketball will lead to domi- nion finals on the college level in such sports as men's volleyball, women's basketball, badminton and curling. RUSSHALL Chris tennis queen NEW YORK (AP) Chris Evert has joined her former fiance, Jimmy Connors, in the throne room of United States tennis and reiterated that separate roads lie ahead for the king and queen of the game. The two have been ranked No. 1 by the United States Lawn Tennis Association "There are no plans for a Chris, 19, said from her home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla after being informed Thursday that she had replac- ed Billie Jean King at the top of the women's list Pnnnnrs was nirlrpri parlipr in the week as best of the men, breaking last year's tie with Stan Smith The two young court stars had called off a scheduled fall wedding before the ratings were announced "We are both neanng the peak of our Chris said "It is an important period for both of us and a chance for us to make the most of it. I intend to concentrate on my tennis. I am sure Jimmy does also. CIRCUITS DIFFER "I don't know when we would have seen each other We will be on the road, play- ing different circuits We realize how foolish it would have been to go through with the wedding at this time. "We might have looked back and said to ourselves, 'Why didn't we Chris, No. 1 for the first time, no longer wears Con- nor's engagement ring. "We have no strings on each other, "Chris said. "I think we will both be too busy playing tennis to worry about the other." She ended a four-year reign of King, 31, in the women's rankings. The veteran had been No. 1 seven times since 1965. Bruins thumped, Trottier scores EASING National Identification Card Predictable Costs Frees investment usually less than Adaptable to private individual as well as business Current model prestige Easy way to get second car siiprrsnr inn Phone 223-3537 I LEASING g business VANCOUVER (CP) The men took on the boys Thurs- day night and had little trou- ble as Moscow Selects soundly defeated New Westminster Bruins 9-3 in an exhibition International hockey game: The Selects, who averaged 23 years of age, took com- mand early in the game against the strengthened Western Canada Hockey League club All of the Bruins are under 20 Moscow went ahead less than four minutes into the first period and the Bruins simply couldn't catch up. Sergei Kotov led the Selects with three goals and Vladimir Orlov added two, while Konstantin Klimov, Vic- tor Zhluktov Zelmut Baldens and Vladimir Devjatov added singles Rick Blight, Peter Morris and Brian Trottier scored for New Westminster. The Bruins bolstered their lineup for this exhibition with players from other WCHL clubs It was a wise move. Blight plays for Brandon Wheat Kings, Morris for Vic- Churchill tournament set to go The Second Annual Winston Churchill High School girls' basketball tournament gets underway this afternoon at 5 30 with Catholic Central fac- ing Black Diamond. The two-day seven team tournament has a pair of other games scheduled tonight, with action set to go again Satur- day morning at and carry through to the championship game at p.m. In the other two games tonight, the host Churchill club takes on Grassy Lake at 7 p.m., and Kate Andrews tips- off against Brooks at The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Clipper Queens received a bye into the tourna- ment semi-finals toria Cougars, and Trottier for Lethbridge Broncos Moscow was up 3-1 after the first period and led 8-1 after the second They would have put it beyond reach early had it not been for the goaltending of Gord Laxton Despite being beaten on those three Moscow goals in the first period, Lax- ton turned aside several ex- cellent scoring opportunities Rebounds did him in as the Bruin defencemen couldn't handle the swarming Moscow forwards. Power play opportunities are seldom wasted by teams from the Soviet Union and there was no exception Thurs- day Four of Moscow's goals came while they had a man- power advantage. In the second period. New Westminster found itself two men short It took the Selects only 23 seconds before Balderis beat Larry Hendnck who replaced Laxton midway through the second period That got one of the New West- minster players out of the penalty box The other player came out 43 seconds later when Devjatov scored another Moscow goal. MOSCOW 9, NEW WESTMINSTER 3 First Moscow, Klimov (Kotov Repnjov) 3 20 2 Moscow Kotov (Khmov Tenoknin) 5 07 3 Moscow. Orlov (Golikov) 1840 4 New Westminster Blight (McNeice McMullm) 1907 Penalty Secord NW 237 Second Period 5 Moscow. Zhluktov (Baldens Fjodorov) 14 076 Moscow Baldens (Volchenkov Kullkov) 17 15 7 Moscow. Deviatov (Kulikov Fiodorov) 17 58 8 Moscow Orlov (Golikov, Fjodorov) 1955 Penalties Cameron NW 3 43, Zhluktov M 6 59 Fjodorov M Tidey NW 1050. Krikunov M 11 49. Tidey NW 1557 McMeice NW 1652 Third Period 9 Moscow. Kotov (Klimov) 038 10 New Westminster, Morris (Bridgman. Tidey) 826 11 Moscow, Kotov (Bannov. Repnjov) 11 29 12 New Westminster Trottier (McMullm, Blight) 1604 Penalties Morris NW 018 Devjatov M 4 29 Krikunov M 6 35 Golikov M 1522. Orlov M 18 14 Shots on goal by Moscow 16 16 New Westminster 13 7 Moscow, Lax- ton Hendnck. New Westminster 554 JUNIOR "B" HOCKEY LETH. Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS VS ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE SAT., DEC. 14th P.M. LETHBRIDQE SPORTSPLEX FREE ADMISSION COURTESY OF ASTRO REALTY'S SALES STAFF TITANO ACCORDIONS AT PRUEGGERS 530 Sth Street South "LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM" Phone 329-3151 LETHBRIDOt OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. LMW twrt Phone (403) HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Minor hockey Lethbridge teams swept a pair of Southern Alberta Juvenile games Wednesday night. Out in Vauxhall the Kinsmen Warriors doubled the score on the host juvenile club 12-6 as Ron Moser and Greg Lewis each scored three times. In the game played in Lethbridge, Lethbridge Elks trimmed Taber Imperials 9-6. Ken Bond, Richard Shardlow and Dave Shardlow added a pair of goals each for the winners. Gordon Miller, with three, and Daryl Steen, Reid Steven- son, and Leroy Hammergreen each added single goals. In the Taber Elks game Leroy Pavan scored three times to pace the Elks while solo markers went to Don Baroldi, Ron Bowden and Ron Hart. Two goals by Chris Lengyel sparked the Nuggets to a 3-1 triumph over the Eagles in Bantam B action Thursday night. Pete Leclair scored the other goal for the winners. In Midget play, the Toros edged the Ti-Cats 4-3 behind the two goal performance of Barry Forry. Bryan Turner and Doug Stephens scored the other Toro goals. Glen Martin, Rod Ross, and Craig Robinson replied for the Ti-Cats. Rustlers triumph CALGARY (CP Red Deer Rustlers, aided by two goal performances from Terry Wittchen and Rod Pimm, took and early lead and went on to defeat Calgary Canucks 8-6 in Alberta Junior Hockey League play Thursday night Red Deer led 4-2 after the first period and 6-3 going into the third. Barry Lassiter, Darryl Sutler, Doug Gillespie and Gordon Gustafson rounded out the scoring for the winners. Dave Scott with three goals, Lyle Murray, Wayne Sheiger and Rick Zaparnuik replied for the Canucks. Calgary outshot Red Reed 37-35. The teams shared 14 minor penalties and two ma- jors, while the Rustlers also took one misconduct. New snow at Fernie Fernie Snow Valley is reporting good to excellent ski conditions for this weekend. Temperature is hovering at the 30-degree mark, and snow has reached seven and a half feet at the top, with one foot at the lodge. Six inches of new snow should give skiers much better conditions than last week. The Ski Club will run a bus to Fernie on Sunday. It will leave the College Mall parking lot at 6'30 a.m. and tickets are available at either ski shop un- til 4 p.m. Saturday. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division Saskatoon Lethbridge Regma Brandon Winnipeg Flm Flon W L 16 7 14 13 14 14 12 15 5 18 T F 5 146 2 126 1 120 4 128 6 100 6111 Victoria Med Hat Kamloops New West Edmonton Calgary 5 20 Western Division 24 5 3 208 16 7 3 122 17 11 14 10 9 11 4 19 1 137 3 123 5 114 5 93 A Pts 100 37 127 30 125 29 156 28 169 16 182 16 110 51 88 35 112 35 101 31 110 23 146 13 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Calgary 17 8 Spruce Grove 17 9 Red Deer 15 10 Drumheller 15 11 Taber 13 15 Thp Pass 0 24 T F A Pts 0 178 112 34 0 146 111 34 0 115 109 30 n 126 123 30 0 168 160 26 0 74 192 0 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W 16 16 14 11 L 11 9 9 8 T F 1 125 0 105 t 103 0 73 1 75 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division Diego St Kansas Toronto Quebec Winnipeg Fdmonton Van 10 13 Eastern Division N England 17 8 0 97 10 9 1 60 9 15 0 81 5 22 0 6? Western Division 18 9 12 12 11 12 10 13 8 17 A Pts 105 33 84 32 70 29 58 22 84 21 81 34 62 21 96 18 127 10 80 36 87 25 89 24 94 20 113 17 Norris Division Montreal 15 6 10 131 Los Angeles 15 3 9 85 Pittsburgh Detroit National 94 40 Boston 8 Los Angeles 1 50 39 Philadelphia 6 Minnesota 0 9 13 5 106 101 23 Pittsburgh 3 Montreal 3 9 15 3 79 111 21 St Louis 4 Detroit 3 Wash 2 23 4 68 156 8 NY Rangers 6 Washington 6 Adams Division Vancouver 5 Buffalo 3 Buffalo 21 5 4 143 95 46 Kansas City 5 California 3 Boston 15 7 6 124 84 36 World Toronto 7 14 6 89 109 20 Michigan 5 Winnipeg 3 Califor 6 19 5 70 128 17 Quebec 5 ClevelandI 2 Phoenix 4 Vancouver 2 NHL LEADERS Central GAP Seattle 8 Denver 5 Orr Bos 17 34 51 Manitoba Junior Perreault Buf 20 29 49 West Kildonan 7 Selkirk 3 Esposito Bos 24 23 47 St Boniface 7 Winnipeg 2 Martin Buf 21 22 43 Saskatchewan Junior Lafleur. Mtl 20 23 43 Melville 5 Humboldt 4 Robert. Buf 20 23 43 Alberta Junior Dionne Del 14 26 40 Red Deer 8 Calgary 6 Clarke Pha 10 30 40 Exhibition Mahovlich Mtl 12 26 38 Moscow Selects 9 New Westminster Potvm, NY I 7 27 34 WCHL 3 I [HEM TIKE W.C.HI. Hockey Action Lethbridge Broncos vs Medicine Hat Tigers FRI., DEC. 13th p.m. LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Sales and 402 ;