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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE l.ETHBRIOOE HERALD Mondiy, Otctmbtr 30, 1074 LAS VEGAS FUN FE8T .3 nights acccmodatlon, U for 48 houn. Hoium Airfare Qroat Falls, Las Vvgu via Frontier Air- only ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Conlrc Village Mall 319-3201 Tigers second 'I'M-; CANADIAN PRESS Mi-ilu-ino Hat Tigers moved sotMitd place in the West- tTM Canada Huckey League's division with a pair of victories over Flin Kion Bombers, 5-3 Saturday and 9-M Sunday. Saskatoon Blades, the east division were beaten 4-1 Sunday by New West- minster Bruins after losing 6-4 Saturday to Victoria Cougars. !n other games Sunday, Ed- monton Oil Kings defeated Calgary Centennials 4-3 on a short handed goal by defenceman John Phillips and Brandon Wheat Kings downed. Regina Pats 7-1. In the other Saturday game. Karri loops Chiefs downed Ed- rnon'on 6-4. Phillips stole the puck at centre ice and raced in alone Saturday to beat goalie Brian fiopp and give his club a 4-2 l'.-ad Rocky Maze. Ted Olson Mike Will also scored Kdmnnton. Rookie Glen Hfr.ny McLean and Larry Lesfander replied for on Sunday, the Wheat. Kings were without two highest-scoring forwards. Dale NlcMullin and Biighr. but turned in one i'i strongest games this vocsr. "sex- V-'CiiL games are virifS'iuy. with S'askatoon at Karnioupx ar.d Lethbridge at M'-dinnc Ha" SUNDAY 4 CALGARY 3 First 1 Calgary. Wylie -i.43 F-iralties Neeld C Jr., E Bucyk McLoa" C i-iinor. major) c iccuble Wylie C i 06 Eas'coti C Swales E Second Period: 2. Calgary. D. McLean (Ashby, Wylie) 3. Edmonrcn. IV'aze (Morrow, Phillips) '9 Penalties Swales E. Neeld C C Phillips t 3' bench (served by Phillipolf NW (major) Ireland S Cameron NW Shinske NW Third Period: 5. New Westminster, Shinske (Secord. Lofthouse) Penalty Secord NW Shots on goal by Saskatoon 5 10 6 2i New West. 14 11 9 34 Goal Oleschuk, Saskatoon; Laxton, New Westminster. Attendance 2.012. MEDICINE HAT 9 FLIN FLON 3 First Period: 1. Flin Flon, Watson (Williams, Ritter) 2. Medicine Hat. Bertram (Caroll) 3. Medicine Hat. Bast (Lukewich, Murdoch) 4. Medicine Hat. Carroll (Ray) Penalties Bertram MH Kuntz FF and Surge MH (minors and majors) Second Period: 5. Flin Flon, Williams (Montgomery, Marines) 6. Medicine Hat. Betram (Ray. Vaughan) 7. Medicine Hat. Dean (Vaughan) 8. Medicine Hat. Hill (Dean, Vaughan) Penalties Bast MH Gosselin FF Bertram MH Lauze FF Durrand MH Dorman Sanche MH Dean MH Third Period: 9. Flin Flon, Kehoe (Williams) 10, Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Bast. Lukewich) 11. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Sanche) 12. Medicine Hat. Ray (Carroll Bertram) Shots on goal by Medicine Hat 12 15 15 42 Flin Flon 12 15 6 33 Goal: Holland. Medicine Hat; Rideout. Flin Flon. BRANDON 7 REGINA 1 First Period: 1. Brandon. Semenko (KaluzniaK. Anderson) 2. P.egina. Grauer (Hammond. Faulkner; 3. Brandon. Parker (Stoughton. Melnyk) Penalties Harazny R G. Joly R Murray B Second Period: 4. Brandon. Murray (Sonar. Bradbury) 5. Brandon. Ashton (Semenko. Kaluzniak) Penalties Bonar B Tudor R Feiger R Anderson B Third Period: 6. Brandon. Parker (Stoughton. Mullett) 7. Brandon. Parker (Stoughton. Mullett) 3, Brandon. Semenko (Derlago) Penalty Feiger R Shots on goal by Regina 14 9 14 37 Brandon 14 16 16 46 Goal Mahnic. Regina; Hanlon. Brandon Attendance 1.941 Third Period: Olson C 3 Edmcnton. Will 6 tdrnonton. T CiVcary. Lestander 3 Vc'.eam 14-22. C 3 Babvch E -2 H-36 Hail. Edmonton: XZW VEST SASKATOON 1 1 56: 2. Socord (Shinke. .-.vs.: i i- ;s George S '3.51 Cameron NW Berry NW 37 Leggot! S Cameron NW IS 22. Srinske NW. D. Chapman S 15-35. Second Period: 3. New Westminster. Sleep M c N r; i c e 035: 4 Saskatoon. 5 15. Penalties SATURDAY VICTORIA 6 SASKATOON 4 First Period: 1. Victoria. Lucas (Hill. Gooeckner) 2. Saskatoon. Peters (D. Chapman. Leggott) 3. Saskatoon. Hawryliw (Gulutzan. Smith) Penalties F. Williams S Hawryliw S Peter V 12.20. Sanderson V Federko S Roberts V and B. Chapman S Second Period: 4. Saskatoon, 3 Chapman (F. Williams, Federko) 5. Victoria. Lucas (Hill, Gloeckner) 6. Victoria, Fraser (Cairns, Gustafson) 7. Saskatoon. Federko (F. Williams. Hawryliw) Penalties Clackson V Roberts V R. Chapman S Peter V Cairns V Third Period: 8. Victoria. Sanderson (Lucas. Hill) 9. Victoria, Sanderson (Gloeckner. Lucas) 10. Victoria. Cairns (Lucas. Hill) Penalty Miazga V Shots on goal by: Saskatoon 8 13 Victoria 16 18 Goal: Ireland, Saskatoon; Leslie. Victoria. Attendance 3.343. jPicture yourself as second jquarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS -AT iC'AJLL !-'.fa. prices' >08 lucky people wil win1 Ticket sales close January 15th. 1975 Draw January 31st. 1975 MEDICINE HAT 5 FLIN FLON 3 First Period: No scoring. Penalties Carroll MH Fleming FF Lukowich MH Carroll MH Nicholson FF Bertram MH Second Period: 1. Flin Flon. Gosselin (Watson) 2. Flin Flon. Sheardown (Davis. Marines) 3.04: 3. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Lukowich. Dean) 4. Flin Flon. Gosseiin (Watson. Reader) 5. Medicine Hat, Bast Penalties Nicholson FF Lukowich MH (minor, Ballingal FF (minor.. major) Ray MH Dean MH (minor, Fleming FF Davis FF (major) Ray MH (minor. Davis FF -minor, major) Third Period: 6. Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Bast) 7. Medicine Hat] Murdoch 8. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Sanche) Penalties Sanche MH Shots on goal by: Medicine Hat 13 11 Flin Flon 7 14 Goal Farwell. Medicine Hat; Swanson, Flin Flon. Attendance 1.003. KAMLOOPS 6 EDMONTON 4 First Period: 1. Kamloops. B. Ferner (Gassoff. Lyseng) Penalties Perkins E Morrow E Rissling E, Zinger K Babych E Morrow E Zinger K (minor, major) B. Ferner K D. Ferner K Lecuyer (major) Second Period: 2. Edmonton. Perkins (Maze. Morrow) 3. Edmonton. Maze (Perkins. Phillips) 4. Edmonton, Will 5. Kamloops, Dyer (K. Ferner. Young) 757. 6. Kamloops. Young 1745. Penalties Zinger K Morin K 538 Phillips E.13-12. Morrow E. l.ysong K Olson E, Robinson K 15-41, D Ferner K Morrow E Third Period: 7. Karnloops. Moores (Gassoft. Kerr) 8. Kamloops. Moores (Melrose, Earp) 9. Edmonton, Perkins 9.37; 10. Kamloops, Lyseng (Gassoff) Penalties Zinger K Will E Olson E Gassoff K K (minor) Dyer K (minor, Rissling E (major) Swales E, Hatheway K (minors, majors) Johnston E Moores K Bucyk E, Young K (minors, majors) Shoti on goal by: Kamloops 14 14 Edmonton 10 8 Goal Earp, Kamloops; Hall. Edmonton Attendance The Herald Sports HOWELL SCORES ONE OF HIS THREE GOALS Earn berth into Winter Games Native Sons impressive By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer One storybook finish was all the Lethbridge Native Son? needed over the weekend as they took three games handily to earn the right to represent Alberta in the Canada Winter Games hockey competitions. The Native Sons put on an awesome display of power before 1.780 fans at the Sportsplex Sunday night as they thumped Fairview Junior Dragons 11-4 in the championship game of a six-team Junior B playoff tournament. On Friday night, the locals had whipped Olds 8-3. and Howie Yanosik's club dumped Calgary Totems 4-1 in a Sunday afternoon semi-final. However, the Sons' other game was a different story as they needed a late comeback and an overtime period to beat Lloydminster Border Blazers 4-3. Aside from that one, however, the locals had a relatively easy time taking the title. "It was just an outstanding effort by the guys." commented coach Yanosik in the dressing room. "They're a great bunch of kids. I've never seen spirit and morale like this before." The spirit and morale was certainly evident Saturday night. That, of course, was when the storybook finish took place after two periods of lacklustre hockey and a standout performance by Lloydminster goalie Stew Weishaar almost knocked the locals out of the tournament. The Border Blazers gave the Native Sons a real lesson in backchecking as they skated to a 3-1 lead after two periods. Lethbridge couldn't do anything inside the blueiine with three Lloydminster forwards blocking all the passing lanes. in the third period. Yanosik's boys came out fired up. but Weishaar continued to stop everything thrown at him. He finished the game with 45 saves and was selected as the first star. said Yanosik. "I never thought we were out of it." "I knew if we just kept the pressure on, we would get a break, and one soft goal did it for us. After that, the kids really went to work." Weishaar made only one mistake, but it was a costly one as a weak shot by Dwayne Howell beat him at of the third period to make the score 3-2. That goal fired up the Native Sons, and they were all around the net the rest of the way, but it was not until the mark, with goaltender Gary Warner out of the Lethbridge net, that Howell tied up the game by lifting a rebound over a fallen Weishaar. At of the overtime period, Reg Osmond capped off the Native Sons' comeback when he took a pass from Albert Dumont and beat Weishaar from point blank range. Dumont had scored the Native Sons' first goal in the opening period, while Lloydminster got a pair of markers from Robin Gervais and a single from Roger Roberge. Lethbridge outshot the Blazers 45-23 and took just six of me 18 penalties handed out. After that close call, the locals had little trouble. They were forced to play the semi-final Sunday aiiorr.oon due to the fact that their goals for-and-against percentage was not as good as that of Fairview after two days of competition. Fairview had defeated Olds 7-2 Saturday afternoon, and that win, coupled with their 4-3 triumph over Calgary Friday gave them an 11-5 margin for a .687 percentage. The Native Sons had scored 12 goals and given up six for a percentage of .666. Calgary got the semi-final when they were upheld by the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association in a protest over their loss to Edmonton Mercurys Saturday. The Totems lost the game 6-5, but were awarded the decision by default when it was learned that Edmonton had used an unregistered player. In the championship final, the Native Sons exploded for five goals in the second period and another six in the third to run away with the contest after being shutout 1-0 in the opening 20 minutes. Dwayne Howell was the big gun for the locals, as he notched a hat trick. Singles came off the sticks of Mark and Glen Scheibner, Ken Klinkhammer, Gino Guzzi, Reg Osmond. Joe Meli, Greg Kveder, and Vic Stasiuk Jr. Mark Moskalyk had two goals for Fairview, while Paul Moskalyk and Neil Hart added singles. Howell. selected the game's first star by Lethbridge Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield, started things off at the 19 second mark of the middle period, and from there on, it was all Native Sons. The locals had built up a 5-1 lead before Mark Moskalyk got his second marker just before the period ended. They picked up where they left off in the third period as well, scoring three goals before Fairview came back with their final two counters, one of them a penalty shot by Hart. Klinkhammer and Guzzi each had three assists to go along with their goals, and were chosen second and third stars respectively. As in the previous three games, the Sons got stellar netminding from Gary Warner, who turned aside 32 Fairview shots. "Gary was just outstanding all the commented Yanosik after the game. "He really played well." "But then, so did everyone. The great part about this club is that every game, someone different comes up big. We have exceptional balance." Yanosik was able to call on that balance in the final game when he made up a fourth line of reserves Rod Pocza and Vic Stasiuk. centred by utility man supreme Gino Guzzi. The trio took a regular turn and did an outstanding job. "I went with four lines because I thought we might be said Yanosik. "After all, it was our third game in 24 hours." Greg Kveder was the hero against the Totems in the semi-final. He notched a pair of goals and was picked as the game's first star for his efforts. A tireless worker in the corners, the little left winger had consistently set up his linemates beautifully in front of the net during the tournament. And both his goals came after he did just that. In the first period, he laid the puck on Ron Simmons' stick in front, and then swept in to bang home the rebound and open the scoring. His second goal came on a similar play after setting up Mark Scheibner. Glen Scheibner and brother Mark had the other Native Son goals as the locals skated to period leads of 2-0 and 2-1 before pulling away in the final frame for the 4-1 triumph. After the final game, all of the Native Sons were presented with individual trophies, and captain Joe Meli accepted the Coca Cola trophy from AAHA chairman Ray Marsh for winning the tournament. The victory, of course, sends the club into the Can- ada Winter Games February 11-23 as Alberta's representative in the national competition. "It's a big thrill for said Yanosik. "And we're really looking forward to representing our province in February." LETHBRIDGE 11 FAIRVIEW 4 First Period: 1. Fairview. Moskalyk (Tomko. Urness) 5'28 Penalty Tomko F Second Period: 2. Lethbridge. Howell (Guzzi, G. Scheibner) 3. Lethbridge. G. Scheibner (Halt) 4. Lethbridge, Howell (Roberts) 5. Lethbridge, Klinkhammer (Guzzi. Dumont) 6. M. Scheibner (Kveder, D. Osmond) 7. Fairview, Moskalyk (Fentie, Tomko) Penalties Kunz F McDonald F D. Osmond L Pocza L Hougen L Rlewe F Third Period: 8. Lethbridge, R. Osmond (Dumont) 9. Lethbridge. Guzzi (Pocza. Klinkhammer) 10. Lethbridge, Howell (G. Scheibner, Kiinkhammer) 11. Fairview, Hart (Penalty Shot) 12. Fairview. P. Moskalyk 13. Lethbridge. Meli (R. Osmond, Klinkhammer) 14. Lethbridge. Kveder (M. Scheibner, Hatt) 15. Lethbridge, Stasiuk (Guzzi, Pocza) Penalties F, Hatt L McDonald F on goal by Lethbridge 10 13 Fairview 12 8 Lethbridge; Halvorson, Fairview. LITHlPIIOai OFFICI FURNITUHI LTD. Ltww kml rid iNMrini Mill MNnv nm M 811-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Canada, Soviets leading the way WINNIPEG and the Soviet Union came up with easy victories in world junior tournament play during the weekend. Canada downed Sweden 10-2 Saturday and the Soviets beat Czechoslovakia 5-1 Sunday. Finland and Czechoslovakia had battled to a 1-1 tie in Brandon Saturday. Canada meets Finland while the United States meets Swe- den, both winless in their opening games, in Fargo, N.D., tonight. Two European coaches said following weekend action that Canada has an excellent chance of winning the round- robin championship, won last year by the Soviet Union. "I was asked last year and I said. Canada had little chance of beating the Sweden coach Lennart Sker- daker said after his club was defeated by the Western Canada Hockey League players. "But Canada this year has a good chance to beat them." Miroslav Kubera of Czech- oslovakia, whose team lost to the Soviets Sunday and dropped two exhibition games to Canada prior to the tour- nament, said: "Yes, I think Canada will beat the Soviets in this tournament." CANADA 10 SWEDEN 2 Period: 1. Canada, Bridgman (B. Davidson, McMullin) 2. Canada, Smith (M. Davidson) Penalties Maxwell C Flockhart C Second Period: 3. Canada, Lapointe (Minor, Klassen) 4. Sweden, Skeen (Lundholm, Weinberg) 5. Canada, McMullin (Bridgman, Hodgson) 6. Canada, Bridgman (Blight. McMullin) 7. Canada. Blight (McMullin) 8. Canada, Arndt (Klassen, Minor) 9. Canada. Flockhart (Smith. M. Davidson) Penalties Trottier C Lundholm S Third Period: 10. Canada. McCarthy (Sutler) 11. Sweden, Bredberg (Nilsson, Meszaros) 12. Canada, Blight (McMullin. Sadler) Penalties Johansson S Shots on goal by: Canada 8 15 Sweden 5 9 Goal Andersson. Abrahamsson. Sweden; Hendrick, Canada. Attendance ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon ...19 9 Lethbridge ..17 16 Regina......17 17 Brandon.....15 18 Flin Flon......8 23 Winnipeg.....7 20 7 182 2 155 2 143 5 159 6 129 8 123 .21 9 .20 11 17 13 13 15 .4 23 Victoria Med Hat Karnloops New West Edmonton Calgary WORLD JUNIOR W Canada .......2 Soviet.........2 Czech.........o Finland........o US..........0 Sweden.......o Western Division .26 10 3 237 169 168 162 5 149 7 113 L T F 0 0 19 009 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 3 1 0 2 A Pts 128 45 157 36 146 36 183 35 207 22 192 22 147 55 116 45 132 43 141 39 153 31 187 15 A Pts. 5 4 2 4 SCORING LEADERS GAP McMullin. Canada.........2 4 6 Trottier, Canada..........3 2 5 Kucnerenko, USSR .......0 5 5 Khatulev, USSR...........4 0 4 Bridgman. Canada........3 1 4 Blight. Canada............2 2 4 Seven players are tied with three points each. NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Pts. Phila.........24 7 5 137 74 53 Atlanta.......16 15 6 104 108 38 Rangers......15 11 8 136 115 38 Islartders.....14 14 9 122 103 37 Smythe Division Vancouver-----22 10 5 139 110 49 Chicago......17 14 4 123 94 38 St. Louis .....15 15 6 125 129 36 Minnesota 11 19 15 99 145 27 Kansas City 5 26 4 84 159 14 Norris Division Montreal .....20 6 11 162 106 51 Los Angeles ..18 5 11 107 63 47 Pittsburgh___11 16 8 135 132 30 Detroit 9 19 5 97 139 23 Washington... 3 30 4 77 197 10 Adams Division Buffalo.......24 8 5 167 121 53 Boston.......20 10 6 172 116 46 Toronto ......11 17 6 112 131 28 California..... 9 22 6 98 154 24 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadjan Division W L T F 1 149 0 136 1 128 0 105 2 97 Toronto Quebec Winnipeg Edmonton Vancouver .20 12 .19 14 .17 14 .17 10 .15 14 Eastern Division N. England ..19 13 1 120 Cleveland ...12 16 1 79 Chicago.....12 60 0 106 Indiana.......6 28 1 76 Western Division Houston.....24 11 0 159 Phoenix.....16 13 2 110 Minnesota ...16 16 0 136 San Diego .15 16 1 106 Michigan___11 22 2 88 A Pts 120 41 115 38 101 35 88 34 96 32 112 39 95 25 124 24 154 13 99 48 104 34 120 32 114 31 152 24 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY NHL New York Rangers 2 Kansas City 1 New York Islanders 7 Washington 0 Philadelphia 5 Buffalo 2 Chicago 5 St. Louis 2 WHA Minnesota 6 Cleveland 0 Edmonton 5 Indianapolis 4 Michigan 4 Chicago 3 Houston 6 Winnipeg 3 AHL New Haven 4 Springfield 2 Providence 5 Richmond 4 Rochester 8 Syracuse 4 WCHL Edmonton 4 Calgary 3 Brandon 7 Regina 1 New Westminster 4 Saskatoon 1 Medicine Hat 9 Flin Flon 3 Saskatchewan Junior Battlefords 7 Estevan 4 Melville .7 Saskatoon 2 Prince Albert 8 Moose Jaw 4 Swift Current 9 Weyburn 1 Regina Blues 9 Regina Foxes 5 Alberta Junior Spruce Grove 15 The Pass 1 Calgary 5 Red Deer 4 Exhibition Soviet Wings 9 Baltimore AHL 3 Saturday National League Toronto 3 NY Islanders 1 Chicago 2 Philadelphia 1 Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 3 Montreal 7 Kansas City 2 California 3 Los Angeles 2 Vancouver 6 Boston 4 St. Louis 6 Minnesota 4 World Association Houston 6 New England 1 Phoenix 3 Cleveland 2 Winnipeg 6 San Kiego 4 Chicago 5 Minnesota 3 Quebec 4 Michigan 1 American League Syracuse 4 Baltimore 2 Hershey 5 Richmond 1 Providence 4 Springfield 3 Central League Forth Worth 6 Tulsa 4 Denver 4 Dallas 2 Salt Lake City 3 Oklahoma City 2 Seattle 4 Omaha 3 Western Canada Victoria 6 Saskatoon 4 Kamloops 6 Edmonton 4 Medicine Hat 5 Flin Flon 3 Alberta Junior Spruce Grove 10 The Pass 4 Calgary 3 Red Deer 1 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 5 Estevan 1 Yorkton 8 Saskatoon 5 Humboldt 7 North Battleford 2 Western International Kimberley 6 Trail 5 Cranbrook 6 Spokane 1 WEEKEND FOOTBALL Sunday NFL NFC Final Minnesota 14 Los Angeles 10 AFC Final Pittsburgh 24 Oakland 13 ELRiCH TIRES LTD. 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