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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Sllurdiy, Ftbruary 1, 197S BOOK YOUR DISNEYLAND EASTER VACATION NOW For ill your Irivil ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Herald- Sports LilkbridiiOniMFiraHynlM. LiHltfKtl, MOM (Ml) JM.7411 FILING CABINETS Blades dump Cents THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades have hroken the road-trip jinx that claused them to lose 12 games in a row away from home, despite their first-place standing in the Eastern Divi- sion of the Western Canada Hockey League. They defeated Calgary Cen- tennials 7-3 Friday night in Calgary, gaining their first victory on the road in 13 games. They previously had managed only four, ties while in the Western the last six games. SASKATOON 7 CALGARY 3 First Period: 1. Saskatoon, Arndt (Hoffmeyer) 2. Saskatoon, Hamilton (Williams. Goertz) 3. Saskatoon, Arndt (Federko) Penalties Bandura c Goertz S Hodgson C Second Period: 4. Calgary, D. McLean (Leslander, Lalonde) 5. Saskatoon. Arndt (Klassen. Hollmeyer) 6. Saskatoon, Klassen (Hollmeyer) 7. Saskatoon. Wlnoski (Williams. Leggot) Penalties Glendenning C Bandura C B. McLean C Third Period: 8. Saskatoon, Fedarko (B. Chapman, Hollmeyer) 9. Calgary. Ashby (D. McLean) 10. Calgary, Neeld Penalties D. McLean C Goertz S. Hodgson C (majors) Lalonde C Goertz 3 R. Chapman S Shots on goal by Saskatoon 14 10 9 33 Calgary 7 9 12 Goalies: Oleschuk. Saskatoon; Hendrick. Calgary. Attendance: 3.915. A LITTLE VICTORY DANCE BY TROTTIER Canadian pairs champs stand a better chance Elks host Okotoks Lethbridge Midget Elks will be at home Sunday as they take on Okotoks at the Henderson Ice Centre. Game time for this Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League game is 2 p.m. The other Lethbridge entry in the league, the Warriors, are idle Sunday. QUEBEC Berezowski and David Peter are looking forward to the world figure skating cham- pionships now that they have finally won the Canadian senior dance crown. "They have a much better chance now that they are go- ing as Canadian champions rather than as second-place said Marijane Strong, coach of the young couple at the Toronto granite Club, after they had wrapped up the title Friday night. Miss Berezowski, 19, and Porter, 25, have skated in the shadow of Louise and Barry Soper of Vancouver, Canadian Tire and Auto Centre WHEEL BALANCE SPECIAL HOFFMAN COMPUTER WHEEL BALANCE 1 Reg. 3.50 per wheel 98 PER WHEEL Includes weights Mag Wheels Extra champions the last three years. The Sopers, a husband-and- wife team, retired after winn- ing at Moncton, N.B., last year. All seven judges ranked Berezowski and Porter first in the compulsory set-dance program Thursday and first in the free skating Friday. IMPRESS THE JUDGES Toller Cranston of Toronto and Lynn Nightingale of Ot- tawa tightened their grips on the senior singles titles with strong performances in the compulsory free-skating com- petition. Cranston, a virtual certain- ty to capture his fifth consecutive senior men's title in the free skating today, received marks in the 5.8 and 5.9 a fraction of perfect sixes. The 25-year-old skater, who has revolutionized men's skat- ing with his expressive use of hands, is expected to win the world championship in Colorado Springs, Colo, in March. Cranston was third in the world last year at Munich but clearly established .that he is the best free-skater anywhere. He has worked hard on his figures and should be in better position to make a run for the top this year. Jan Hoffman of East Ger- many, the reigning world champion, will miss this year's competition because of a knee operation, and Cranston stands a good chance of overhauling Sergei Volkov of the 'Soviet Union who barely edged him for sec- ond in Munich. Miss Nightingale, 18, the de- fending women's senior cham- pion, was again ranked first by the judges in the com- pulsory free skating and seemed poised for an easy vic- tory in today's free skating. She was sixth in the world last year but, after winning Skate Canada and Skate Mos- cow competitions in the last few months, is hoping to move into medal contention this year. Three gold medals were awarded in junior competition Friday night. Kevin Hicks of Windsor, Ont., won the men's singles, Camille Rebus of Ed- monton took the women's sin- gles, and Judie Jeffcott of To- ronto and Keith Swindlehurst of Richmond Hill, Ont., cap- tured the dance title. Second place in the senior dance competition was taken by Susan Carsoalgen and Eric Gillies of Toronto, the 1974 junior and third went to Shelley MacLeod and Bob Knapp of Cambridge, Ont., fifth in the seniors last year. SHCHARSKI GETS THREE Ken Shcharski scored three goals Thursday to lead ACT to a 4-3 win over City Packers. Harry Malchow picked up the fourth goal for the winners. Miles Coleman, Ian Schmidt and Don Brycsai scored for the Packers in the Industrial Hockey League contest. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOYER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 ONE WEEK ONLY STARTS MONDAY ENDS SATURDAY SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall, 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. REGION 14 UNIFARM 1975 BONSPIEL Feb. 17-18-19-20th Lethbridge Civic Ice Centre OPEN TO ALL UNIFARM MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATED MEMBERS 4 PER RINK Deadline Saturday, February 8th ENTRIES TO: MISS MOLLY COUPLAND 721 9th Street S., Lethbridge or Phone 327-0495 TROTTIER, DELOR'ME, BANCKS AFTER GAME Trottier, Delorme, Bancks blew out Turner's candles By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Thanks to Bryan Trottier, Ron Delorme and Jerry Bancks Regina Pat coach Bob Turner didn't have all that much fun on his 41st birthday. Friday was Turner's turn at testing his lungs on a brightly lit cake. However, Lethbridge Broncos, paced by the trio of Trottier, Delorme and Bancks, blew out the candles for him early. "We were a little slow in the first two said a pleased Earl Ingarfield after the game, "but the guys knew it was a big game and they came up big I thought." What the Broncos did was give themselves some breathing room in the eastern division of the Western Canada Hockey League. Heading into Friday's game the locals had a slim one- point lead over the Pats as they clung to second place. Today, the margin is three points. "We needed that admitted Ingarfield just after his charges had put a damper on Turner's birthday party. Trottier was the sparkplug for the Broncos as he scored twice and assisted on three others to figure in all the Bronco scoring. Delorme added two markers for the locals while defenceman John Lutz chipped in with a single. Bancks failed to light the red lamp but did contribute with three assists. Regina got goals from Jon Hammond, RusS Mahoney and Callander. The. two teams split 10 minor penalties evenly while Bron- cos' Doug Gillespie drew a 10-minute misconduct and then a game misconduct for disagreeing with referee Joe Cassidy. Broncos, who led 1-0 and 3-2 by periods, opened the scoring at the mark of a lacklustre first period. Lutz, who skated as-well as he has all year Friday night, fed a long lead pass to Trottier at centre ice, found a seam up the middle of the Regina defence and simply parked in front of Ed Staniowski, the Pats' goalie. Trottier hit him with a perfect pass and it was 1-0. Brpnco netminder Rollie Boutin made an excellent save off a shot by Hammond at the but knocked the puck into his own net looking for it. Regina took a short 2-1 lead 11 seconds later as Hammond set up Mahoney. Again Boutin made the initial save but allowed the rebound to get loose and Mahoney drilled it home. "That's the third straight game we have come from behind said Ingarfield at the game's conclusion. He was referring to the way the locals regained the lead with two goals in a span of 34 seconds later in the second period. Trailing 2-1 after getting caught napping, the Broncos even- ed tfte score as Trottier got his first of the night at a power play effort. Boutin made a big stop on Dave Faulkner's breakaway and Bancks fed Delorme a lead pass that was in turn given to Trottier who beat Staniowski. Delorme, playing despite a very sore rib, gave the Broncos a lead they never relinquished as he made patience pay off. .Staniowski blocked Trottier's shot but let the rebound find its way onto Delorme's stick. Delorme let the Regina goalie commit himself and then fired it high into the net. Trottier and Delorme, less than four minutes apart, put the game away for the Broncos before Callander made it 5-3 beating Boutin on a deflected shot. Broncos are at home to Calgary Centennials Tuesday even- ing at eight o'clock. LOOSE PUCKS A crowd of were on hand to watch the Pats outshoot the Broncos 32-27 Boutin was especially sharp in the Bronco nets in the first two periods Friday's three stars were Trottier, Delorme and Lutz___Russ Hall and Gary Wagner were not dressed for the Broncos Friday night... Delorme had to pay for his first goal as he was dumped just after scoring and feeling it on his sore rib... "It feels okay now that we he said later in the dressing room The call on Gillespie was a questionable one but the misconduct and game misconduct were deserved Joe Cassidy, unlike a few referees we have seen this year, keeps the game under control, .Stankiowski had Bronco Terry Bucyk's number late in the game.... "I would go one way and the puck would go Bucyk said after the game. "Then when I do get couple of chances Staniowski is right there." Darcy Regier stopped two potential Regina goals as he dug the puck out of the crease twice. LETHBRIDGE 5 REGINA 3 First Psriod: 1. Lethbrldge, Lutz (Bancks. Trottier) Penalties Lutz L Staniowski R, (served by. Tudor) Second Period: 2. Regina, Hammond 3. Regina, Mahoney (Callander, Hammond) 4. Lethbridge, Trottier (Bancks. Tidey) 5. Lethbridge. Delorme CTrottier. Henderson) Penalties Gillespie Grauer R Jobson L Third Period: 6. Lethbridge, Troflier {Delorme, Bancks} 7. Lethbridge, Delorme (Trottier, Bancks) 8. Regina, Callander (Hammond, Tidball) Penalties Hammond R Smith L, G. Joly R Gillespie L {minor, misconduct, game misconduct) D. Joly R Shote on goal by Regina 13 13 6-32 Lethbridge 7911 Goal Staniowski, Regina; Boutin, Lethbridge. Attendance ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pis: Saskatoon.. 27 13 Lelhbridge 21 20 20 25 18 25 8 249 178 62 4 209 215 46' 3 180 197 43 6 195 226 42 7 167 257 31 Winnipeg 10 33 8 170 290 28 Brandon... Flin Flon 12 27 Western Division Victoria Med Hat Kamloops New West. Edmonton Calgary 34 12 4 302 186 72 30 12 3 254 163 63 26 15 4 225 179 56 23 15 10 221 189 56 20 17 6 207 185 46 7 34 7 163 275 21 MIDGET SPUD LEAGUE -HOCKEY SUNDAY, Feb. 2nd p.m. HENDERSON ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE BROOKS MIDGET COLTS MIDGET B'f HOCKEY RESULTS National St. Louis 4 Atlanta 2 World Minnesota 4 Houston 1 Cleveland 2 Edmonton 0 Toronto 6 Vancouver 0 New England 4 Baltimore 2 American Providence 3 Nova Scotia 3 Rochester 9 Richmond 5 New Haven 3 Springfield 2 Syracuse 4 Virginia 4 Central' Dallas 5 Seattle 2 Denver 3 Oklahoma City 1 Omaha 2 Tulsa 1 Salt Lake 6 Fort Worth 2 Western Internslional Cranbrook 7 Nelson 1 Trail 7 Spokane 6 Western Canada Saskatoon 7 Calgary 3 Lethbridge 5 Regina 3 B.C. Junior Bellingham 4 Vernon 1 Chilliwack 6 Langley 5 Penticton 7 Kelowna 3 STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION WON., FEB. 3 P.M. 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