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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LAS VEGAS FUN PEST 4 days, 3 nlghti tccorr ditlon. U drive for 48 Return Airfare Great Fans, Las Vegas via Frontier Air- lines only ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL 32I-3201 The Lethbridge Herald third Section Lethbrldgo, Alberta, Wednesday, December 16, 1974 UMriMi Office hrttiriLU. 7th M. PhoM tM-7411 FILING Q 1 Pages 21-32 Minor Hockey roundup Danny Orich was the whole snow for the Bruins as he scored five goals to lead his Bantam B team to a 7-1 vic- tory over the Aeros. Blake Tillotson and Bob Thomson scored the other two Bruin goals and Jerry Simons picked up the lone Aero marker. In Bantam A action the Black Hawks defeated the Maple Leafs 4-2. Stan Sawicki, Leonard Stotyn, Brent Belsher and David McKenzie scored for the winners while Owen Hayward and Darron Visoski scored for the Leafs. The Black Hawks dropped a 5-3 decision in a Sunday game to Bellevue. Bill Bolog and Greg Dosek each scored twice for the winners while D q Ozar picked up the fifth goai. Danny Laronde got two for the Black Hawks and Brent Belsher scored the other. The Royals and the Labor Club Bantam Bees battled to a 2-2 deadlock in Midget play Tuesday. Tom Gross and Dave Maxwell scored for the Royals while the Labor Club's two goals came from John Jacobson and Ken Rominiuk. WCHL summaries REGINA 4 VICTORIA 2 Firtt Period: .1. Regina, Callander (Keil) 2. Victoria, Roberts (Fraser, Cairns) Penalties Williams V G. Roily R Morris V Tudor R Fraser V Tidball R Second Period: 3. Victoria, Lucas (Bridgman, Morris) 4. Regina, Minor (Haraznh, Faulkner) 5. Regina, Minor (Faulkner, Tudor) Penalties Williams V Bowles V Fraser V Wirachowsky R Lucas V, Bridgman V (misconduct) Third Period: 6. Regina, Tudor (Hammond, Minor) Penalties Grauer R Miarga V Oumba R Bridgman V Gustafson V, Bridgman V (miscon- duct) Faulkner R Roberts V (misconduct) on goal by Victoria 15 9 15 Regina 12 18 17 47 Goal Leslie, Victoria; Staniowski, Regina. Attendance WINNIPEG 7 BRANDON 2 First Period: 1. Brandon, Bradbury (McMullen, Bonar) 2. Winnipeg, Greenbank (Meagher, Skinner) 3. Brandon, Bonar (Murray, Bradbury) Penalties Eakin W Rollins W Parker B Rollins VI Parker B Soetart B Second Period: 4. Winnipeg, Skinner (Greenbank, Allan) 5. Winnipeg, Greenbank (Skinner, McCarthy) 6. Winnipeg, Brydges (Hudson, McCarthy) 7. Winnipeg, Blumenschein (Meagher, Lash) 8. Winnipeg, Allan (Greenbank, McCarthy) Penalties Girardin W Brad- bury B Rollins W Piche B Third Period: 9. Winnipeg, McCarthy (Greenbank, Skinner) Penalties McCarthy W, Kaluzniak B (majors) Rollins W, Parker B Girardin W Mullett B, Allan W (Minors, majors) Piche B Eakin W Shots on goal by Brandon 15 8 6 29 Winnipeg 13 16 7 36 Goal Hanlon, Brandon; Molleken. Winnipeg. Attendance 400. SASKATOON 8 LETHBRIDGE 2 First Period 1. Saskatoon, Smith (George, Peter) 2. Lethbridge, Tidey (Trottier) 3. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutler, Trottier) 4. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Peters, George) Penalties Regier L Leggott S Second Period 5. Saskatoon, Hamilton _ (Williams, R. Chapman) 6. Saskatoon, Peters (Baron, B. Chapman) 7. Saskatoon, R. Chapman (Williams, Federko) Penalties Trottier L Hall L Jensen L Smith S, Sutler L, (majors) third Period 8. Saskatoon, Peters (D. Chapman) 9. Saskatoon, Peters (0. Chapman) 10. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Hamilton) Penalties Leggott S Sutler L, George S majors Hawryliw S Henderson L minor, major, Gulutzan S major on goal by Lethbridge 10 12 Saskatoon 13 14 Goal Lethbridge: Oleschuk, Saskatoon. EDMONTON 10 NEW WEST 7 Period: 1. Edmonton, Risslihg 2. Edmonton, Bucyk (Morrow, Maze) 3. New Westminster, Berry (Shinske) 4. Edmonton, Peterson (Rissling) 5. New Westminster, Pachal (Shmyr) Penalties Johnston E Schamhorh NW Phillipoff NW (double Johnston E (major) Maze E Second Period: 6. New West- minster, Sleep 7. Edmonton, Peterson (Phillips, Rissling) New Westminster, Lofthouse (Hochstetter) 9. Edmonton, Babych (Johnston) 10. Edmon- ton. Morrow (Olson) Penalties Morrow Swales E, SChamhorn NW (majors) Perkins E. McNeice NW (double minors) Third Period: 11. Edmonton, Morrow 12. Edmonton, McDonald (Johnston, Phillips) 13. New Westminster, Shmyr McNeice) 14. Edmon- ton, Babych (Johnston) 15. New Westminster, Smith (Schamhorn, Pachal) 16. Edmonton. Perkins (Maze, Bucyk) 17. New West- minster, Berry (Sleep, McNeice) Penalties Bucyk E Pachal NW (majors) Schamhorn NW Olson E Camerson NW (majors) New Westminster (delay of game, served by Ed- monton (delay of game, served by Maze, Babych E on goal by New Westminster 8 7 8 23 Edmonton 12 17 10 39 Goal Laxton, New Westminster; D. Soetaert, Edmonton. Attendance Give her the most wanted Christmas Gift a lovely Fur Coat Choose from a lovely Christmas selection of all the most wanted furs. Natural, Muskrat, Racoon, China Mink, Persian Lamb, Mink Paws, Mink and others in the newest styles and finest quality. SILVER DOLLAR DRESS SALE Choose now from a lovely selection of Christmas Half-Size Dresses. Sizes from 14Vt to and receive I Winter Simis Siver Dollar Free with every purchase (collectors item) Hy and Thelma Caiman and Staff wish you all a very and a Happy New Year NEW YORK FUR AND DRESS SHOP 604 A-3rd South PhoM 327-3276 "Service and Quality tor over 38 years" Suns thump Red Devils 13-3, Renner, Schriebner lead way RECORD SETTING JOCKEY ALL WET McCarron breaks record LAUREL, Md. (AP) Chris McCarron, who looks as if he should be in junior high school rather than at a racetrack, set a world record by riding his 516th winner of the year in the seventh race Tuesday at Laurel. The 19-year-old apprentice, who had won two races Mon- day to tie Canadian Sandy Hawley's one-year record of 515 winners, broke the mark by winning a stretch duel from his older brother, Gregg. Chris, riding 3-to-5 favorite Ohmylove, lost the lead to Gregg's Boston Ego on the turn in the seven-furlong race but regained it nearing the finish and won by a nose. The record breaker came a little more than 10 months after Chris won his first race and "is about the same" when it comes to his top thrill. "You never forget that first said McCarron, who had five shots at breaking the record Tuesday before he finally succeeded. Then he added to his record, guiding Apres Vous to victory in the eighth race for his 517th winner of the year. The freckle-faced, red- haired kid from the Boston suburb of Dorchester finished third in the first race, skipped the second and then had three fourths and a third. Then came his record- breaking duel with his brother, which was watched by their father, Herbert, from atop a circle. stand in the winner's "My God, it's Gregg he has to shouted the elder McCarron as his sons battled through the stretch. "Come on Gregg, come on Chris." When it was all over, the fa- ther said: "This is great, this is great, my God this is great." It was Gregg's success as a rider that made Chris decide to give it a try. TABER (CP) Taber Golden Suns peppered the Pass Red Devils' goaltenders with 77 shots en route to a 13-3 victory in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Tuesday night. Jerry Perreault and Tom Cassidy handled the Pass' goaltending chores, with Perreault kicking out 29 shots and Cassidy making 35 saves. Don Renner and Tom Schrieber, with three goals each, paced the Golden Suns' attack, while Tim O'Donnell and Dean Solheim added two each. Singles were contributed by Bob Miller, Bernie Syrenne and Darcy Virostek. George Buat, Ray Myers and Dave Lund scored for the Red Devils, who managed 25 shots on Taber goaltenders Kel Erickson and Bob Iwabuchi. Taber took 13 of 24 minor penalties called in the game, while each team had two five minute fighting majors. Taber led 5-1 and 8-2 by periods. Meanwhile, Drumehller Falcons scored five goals ear- ly in the first period Tuesday night and held on for a 7-4 league victory over Calgary Canucks. Randy McCullough scored twice to lead the Falcons' at- tack, and singles were added by Grant Pushie, Morley Scott, Dan Laslo, Jim Nill and Ryan Wecker. Rick Anderson, Dave Scott, Mike Haworth and Mendel Vysohlid replied for the Canucks, who were outshot 36- 34. Drumheller le'd 5-2 and 6-2 by periods and took eight of 15 minor penalties. Calgary also was assessed a 10 minute misconduct. In Edmonton, three goals by Dave Hoyda spurred Spruce Grove Mets to a 7-4 victory over Red Deer Rustlers before a crowd of 600 Tuesday night. Spruce Grove led by period scores of 3-1 and 3-2. Other Mets marksmen were Kelly Bunn with two, and Murray Dea and Vince Magnam with singles. Kevin Joll scored two goals for Red Deer, with Barry Lassiter and George Wright adding singles. Red Deer outshot Spruce Grove 5447. Spruce Grove had 12 minors and one match, while Red Deer had six minors. "The Herald- Sports Blades sharp against Broncos By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Clubs won their first game in a month and an Ed- monton Oil Kings' rightwinger who hadn't scored in 24 contests powered Edmonton to victory in Western Canada Hockey League play Tuesday night. Winnipeg was left tied for fifth place in the eastern division after beating Brandon Wheat Kings 7-2 and Edmonton remained in the fifth spot in' the west with a 10-7 win over New West- minster Bruins. In other games Tuesday night, Saskatoon Blades battered Lethbridge Broncos 8-2 and Regina Pats struck for three power- play goals to down Victoria Cougars 4-2. Rookie Wes Peters scored three times to lead eastern-divi- sion leading Saskatoon to its win. Helping him with singles were Dell Chapman, Rob Chapman, Blair Chapman, Rick Smith and Bruce Hamilton. Alex Tidey scored both Lethbridge goals. Winnipeg, which had tied its last two games, was paced by Kelly Greenbank with two goals and two assists. Larry Skinner, Kevin McCarthy, Randy Brydges, Gord Blumenshein and Dale Allan also scored for the Clubs. Replying for the Wheat Kings were Dan Bonar and Mike Bradbury. The Cougars' loss was their third on the road, and their sec- ond to the Pats this season. TITANO ACCORDIONS AT PRUEGGERS 530 5th Street South "LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM" Phone 329-3151 We are authorized and exclusive Dealers for tepSS