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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Mondiy, Ptb.mry 10, 1975 VIS Wl DO... Wt rtwme nl ill Alrllntt ind Slwmihlp Compinln. Wi oin ilu reewvt alwad tor aocommodltlon, U Drlvti. Your I.A.T.A. Appointment ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mill PKom 328-3201 Herald- Sports tlTHMIOOI OPFICI FUHNITUM LTD. Lww Lewi rth Ihapalm Mail LttttrMM.AIaWti HUM 321-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Sportsmanshi] award goes to Cardston REGINA (CP) Winnipeg Sisler Spar- tans rode a 14 point lead and clung to a 56 55 win over Calgary Crescent Heights Cowboys to win the 23rd Annual Luther Invitational Basketball Tournament Saturday night. The victory was the third in a row for the Spartans in the Luther tournament. Ralf Macek led the Spartans with 19 points and Clyde Van Caeyzeele led the Sisler scoring attack. Mike Abercrombie, the tournament's most valuable player, led Calgary with 19 points. The Dakota Lancers of Winnipeg won the third place playoff Saturday by defeating the Cardston, Alta., Cougars 63 53. Regina's Campbell Tartans won the con- solation by defeating the host Luther Lions 60 52. In other games Satur- day on the cham- pionship side, Sisler defeated Dakota 41 28 and Calgary edged Cardston 52 51. On the consolation side, Campbell edged Holy Cross Crusaders of Saskatoon 51 48. Luther Lions blasted Miller Marauders of Regina 55 32. Cardston was selected the most sportsmanlike team of the two day high school tournament. WCHL summaries SUNDAY SASKATOON 9 FUN FLON 1 First Period: 1. Flln Flon. Watson (B. Davidson, McDIII) 2. Saskatoon, Hawryliw (Federko, Arndt) 3. Saskatoon. B. Chapman (Leggott. Soertz) Penalties Davis FF. Leggolt s Dorman FF George S Hoffmeyer S. Marines FF Valade S Second 4. Saskatoon, Federko {Peters. Hawryliw) 5. Saskatoon. Peters (Federko) Penalties Watson FF. Hamilton S Gosselln FF Nicholson FF Goertz S Third Period: 6. Saskatoon, Hamilton (B. Chapman, Leggott) 7. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Hamilton) 8. Saskatoon, Hamilton (B. Chapman) 9. Saskatoon, Hamilton (B. Chapman, Valade) 10. Saskatoon. Peters (Leggott) Penalties Watson FF. George S (minors, majors) Marines FF, Hoffmeyer S. Lauze FF, Peters S (majors) Gosselin FF Balllngall FF Hawryliw S on goal by Flin Flon 1013 8 31 Saskatoon 12 16 23 51 Goal Swanson, Fiin Flon; Oleschuk. Saskatoon. Attendance 2.108. TROTTIER (10) GIVES TIGER NETMINDER SOME ANXIOUS MOMENTS Officiating hurt locals in game with Tigers EDMONTON 4 REGINA 1 First Period: 1. Edmonton. Currie (Phillips. Will) 2. Regina. Tudor (Grauer, Mahoney) Penalties Minor Ft, Morrow E Second Period: 3. Edmonton, Lecuyer (Currle. Morrow) Penalties Callander R Phillips E Perkins E Babych Third Period: 4. Edmonton, Currie (Will. Olson) 5. Edmonton, Maze (Perkins, McDonald) Penalties Faulkner R Ham- mond R, Olson E (Majors) Shots on goal by Edmonton 9 9 8 26 Regina 11 20 13 44 Goal Soetaert, Edmonton: Staniowski, Regina. Attendance NEW WEST 5 VICTORIA 4 Firtt Period: I.Now Westminster, Secord (Sleep. Beck) Penalties Clackson V Schamehorn NW (minor, Brldgman V (major) Fraser V (minor, Fleck NW Leslie V (minor) Gustafson V Cameron NW Second Ptrlod: 2. New West- minster, Shlnske (Sleep) New Westminster, Shlnske 4. Vic- toria. Morris (Peter) Penalties Gustalson V Second NW McNeice NW Berry NW Hill V Philllpoll NW Cameror NW Third Period: 5. Victoria, Lucas (Lapointe) 6. Victoria, Lucas (Williams. Morris) 7. Victoria. Sanderson 8. New Westminster. Shinske (Sleep. Maxwell) 9. New Westminster. Sleep (Shinske. McNeice) Penalties Maxwell NW Cairns V Schamehorn, NW, Morris V (minors, majors) Sleep NW (minor, Lapoinle V (minor) Shots on goal by Victoria 7 5 13 New West 17 6 7 30 Goal Leslie. Victoria; Laxton, New Westminster. Attendance CALGARV 3 BRANDON 3 Fits! Period: 1. Calgary. D. McLean (Hodgson. Ashby) 2. Brandon Blight (Soetaert) Penalties Bonar B, Soetaert B. B. McLean C D. McLean C Plche B Second Period: 3. Calgary, Ashby (Lalonde 4. Brandon, Blight Penalties Kaluzniak B, Hodgson C (minors, majors) Milford C Soelaert B D. McLean C Piche B Third Period: 5. Brandon. Kaluzniak, (Blight. McMullin) 6. Calgary, Fylfe (Glendinnlng. Enquist) Penalties Ashby C Bradbury B Hodgson C D. McLean C (misconduct) Murray B, Fynn C Shots on goal by Brandon 7 13 a Calgary 10 n 12 33 Goal Hanion. Brandon; Hendrick, Calgary. Attendance 4.314. Broncos didn't get a break Sunday Warriors win two The Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors picked up two wins in Southern Alberta Juvenile 1 Hockey League action over the weekend, winning 8-3 in Okotoks Saturday, and taking a 7-3 decision from Brooks at Henderson Ice Centre Sunday. Richard Shardlow scored three goals while Dave Jackson and Bob Quinell add- ed two each for the Warriors in Okotoks. Greg Lewis had the other goal. Sunday, Michel Dumont was the big gun with four goals for the locals. Bob Quinell, Dick Shardlow and Dave Jackson had the other markers while Elven Olsen, with two, and Bob' Lassiter Scored for Brooks. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Lethbridge 'Broncos didn't have to express his dis- satisfaction with Sunday's refereeing in the game with Medicine Hat Tigers, better than local fans did it for him. The look of disappointment was very evident on Ingar- field's face as he left the Bronco dressing room. "We try and sell hockey and this is what he stated rather calmly consider- ing the fact the Broncos deserved a better fate than the 3-1 setback they suffered at the hands of the Tigers before supporters. "We certainly didn't get any breaks, did he asked. The answer was plain and simple, no. Broncos played well enough to win and were forcing the play when a turn of events took away all but every chance they had of victory. Trailing 2-1 Ron Delorme scored what would have been the tying goal and may just have given the Broncos the momentum they needed to get past the very tough Tigers. Instead, the next three minutes cost the Broncos the services of two key forwards and the Tigers skated away with a 3-1 win, their fourth win in five games with the Bron- cos. Barry Dean authored the Tiger victory as the big forward set up Cliff Lane with the goal that proved to be the winner and then scored the in- surance marker at the mark. Tom Bertram for the Tigers and Jerry Bancks, with his 24th of the season, matched second period goals after the two clubs played through a scoreless opening session. "We were right in the game until the said Ingarfield, again showing his disappointment. "If we had won this one it would have been a great lift for the fellows." What Ingarfield was implying is the fact a win Sun- day would have been a great way to start off an eight game road trip that will see Winter Games Ski Equipment the club away for two weeks. But such was not the case and the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of referee Graham Smith of Calgary and linesman John Kobal. Smith missed Delorme's shot that eluded Tigers' Ken Holland on his glove side. As well, Broncos' Bancks was cross checked to the ice directly in front of Smith by John Hillworth of the Tigers and no penalty resulted. However, seeing his team- mate chopped to the ice Ron Delo'rme proceeded to> pummel Hillworth and both went off for fighting. Delorme drew an extra two minutes for not leaving the ice when told. He couldn't as he was being baited by every Medicine Hat player on the ice. The loss of Delorme for seven minutes with less than eight, minutes left hurt but the biggest hurt was to take place just three minutes later. Broncos, pressing for the equalizer they felt they had been jobbed out of, forced the Tigers to ice the puck. Linesman Kobal, and for what reason cannot be explained, waved the icing call off. Not more than a minute later, to be exact, he whistled down an identical icing and when questioned by Bronco captain Bryan Trottier the Bronco forward was sent to an early shower with a 10 minute misconduct and a game misconduct assessed by referee Smith. For all intents and purposes the Bronco chances became almost nil. With Trottier gone the club lost its .go-go guy and the Tigers knew it. When asked later what he had said to Smith and Kobal, Trottier replied "I simply told them wha.t kind of game they had As for the game itself, it was one of the best of the year. The two clubs played a solid two way game with ex- cellent forechecking throughout. Goaltenders Holland and Rollie Boutin were very sharp despite the lack of excessive shooting by both clubs. Tigers outshot the Broncos 29-21. Broncos were their awn worst enemies on the first Tiger goal. Bancks took a pass from defenceman John Lutz and without looking back pass- ed the puck right to Bertram ARLBERG 101 EPOXI6LASS SKIS Complete with rental type step in bindings, safety straps and poles. In 190-195-200 C.M. SUPER CLEARANCE PRICE PAIR 49 Blades unbeaten at home in 13 All Famous HART FIBREGLASS and EPOXIGLASS SKIS InSlockitiSivinof taV AU Clearance of all Clearance 01 an SKI BOOT IN STOCK., 73 OFF You always do better at... Sfrtirtlnf Dipt. 608-3rd An. s. PlMN 327-5767 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades swept to their 13th straight home-ice victory Sunday night in one of eight weekend Western Canada Hockey League games. Saskatoon downed Fiin Flon Bomberrs 9-1, while New Westminster Bruins edged Victoria Cougars 5-4, Medicine Hat Tigers downed Lethbridge Broncos 3'1, Ed- monton Oil Kings beat Regina Pats 4-1 and Calgary Centen- nials drew to a 3-3 tie with Brandon Wheat Kings. In games Saturday, Victoria trounced New Westminster 5- 0, Brandon beat Medicine Hat 6-4 and Edmonton topped Win- nipeg Clubs 8-4. The games gave Saskatoon a strong lead in the eastern division with 66 points as Lethbridge was well back in second place with 48. Regina and Brandon both had 47 and Winnipeg, and Flin Flon brought up the rear with 34 and 33 respectively. In the western division Vic- toria headed the list with 76 points followed by Medicine Hat with 67, Kamloops with 62, New Westminster with 58, Edmdonton with 52 and Calgary with 26. Bruce Hamilton turned in three goals and Blair Chapman and Wes Peters each scored twice to pace the Blades. Bernie Federko and Neil Hawryliw added singles. The lone Bomber goal came from Bob Watson in the first period. Saskatoon put five goals into the net behind Roger Swanson in the third period and two others in the second. The Bruins also recorded a home ice win behind the three-goal effort of Richard Shinske and singles from Mike Sleep, who got the third- period winner, and Kelly Secord. Dan Lucas scored twice for Victoria and Peter Morris and Eric Sanderson notched the others in the game that saw Victoria stage a comeback from a 3-1 second period deficit to gain a short-lived 4-3 advantage in the third. Regina fans watched the Pats finish the first period tied 1-1 only to drop to a 2-1 deficit after the second thanks to Edmonton marksmen Tony Currie who fired two, Doug Lecuyer and Rocky Maze. Rob Tudor scored for Refina who outshot Ed- who drove a quick shot by a startled Boutin. Bancks came back to tie the game as he scored on a rebound of a shot off the stick of Delorme. Trottier started the play at the side of his own net and left a drop pass to Delorme at the Tiger blueline. Delorme fired and Holland made the save but couldn't control the rebound and Bancks backhanded the puck over him. Dean picked up a loose puck in the Bronco end to set up the eventual winner as he drilled a shot that Boutin was screen- ed on. Lane, standing un- molested in front of Boutin got his stick on it and it went up over Boutin. Dean's insurance marker came just after the Broncos had pressed the Tigers with a power play effort. Dean, Sun- day's best opportunist, jumped on another stray puck, got behind the Bronco defence and after being thwarted by Boutin on his first try scored into an open net and that decided the issue. Broncos got the nod on seven of 12 minor penalties while the two clubs each pick- ed up three majors. LOOSE PUCKS Tiger Rookie Don Murdoch was held off the scoresheet by the checking of Delorme... Mur- doch, who has 60 goals, jumped Delorme early in the second period but got the worst of the scrap as he ended up underneath the Bronco forward Elmer. Ray, who lost a decisive battle to Don Johnson in the first period, took a quick shot in the second period from close in that hit Boutin just back of the facemask as the Bronco goalie bent down to watch the play Rink attendant Jim Reid doing a little jig to the organists' music in between the second and third periods.. Greg Vaydik of the Tigers es- caped serious injury when he crashed into the goal post on a good solo effort while killing a penalty Sunday's three stars were Boutin, Holland and Dean. MEDICINE HAT 3 BRONCOS 1 Pint Ptrlod: No scoring. Penalties Johnson L (minors, ma- jor) Ray MH (minor, major) Henderson L, Dursnd MH Second Period: 1. Medicine Hat, Bertram (Carroll) 2. Lethbridge. Bancks {Delorme, Trottier) Penalties Rosier L Delorme L. Murdoch MH. (minors, majors) Crazier L TMrd PMod: 3. Medicine Hat, Lane (Dean) 4. Medicine Hat, Dean Penalties Durrand MH Hillworth MH L (minor, major) Trottier L (10- mlnute misconduct, mltcon- duct) Sanche MH Short on goal by Medicine Hat 710 Lethbridge 4 9-21 Ooaltenderi: Hal; Boutin, Lethbrldge. Attendance: 5, ?3e. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon...29 14 B 266 Lethbridge ..22 23 4 219 Regina......22 28 3 196 Brandon.....20 26 7 210 Winnipeg ....13 34 Flin Flon.....13 29 Western Division Victoria 54 36 14 4 318 Med Hat 49 32 14 3 273 KamloopsSO 29 17 4 241 New West 52 24 18 10 234 Edmonton48 23 19 6 234 Calgary .53 9 36 8 180 8 192 7 178 A PtI 1B7 66 223 48 214 47 243 47 310 34 276 33 198 76 180 67 195 62 208 58 209 52 298 26 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Ptl. Phlla.......33 13 7 183 118 73 Rangers.... 28 17 10 224 181 66 Islanders 22 18 14 180 147 58 Atlanta.....23 21 11 155 156 57 Division Vancouver.. 27 21 5 179 163 59 Chicago 25 24 6 171 157 56 St. Louis 20 23 10 172 187 50 Minnesota 15 32 6 144 222 36 Kansas City 12 35 7 132 227 31 Norria Division Montreal 32 9 14 259 155 78 Los Angeles 30 11 13 183 119 73 Pittsburgh 23 19 11 214 195 57 Detroit 14 30 10 164 223 38 Washington.. 4 45 5 114 282 13 Adams Division Buffalo 34 11 9 237 164 77 Boston..... 30 14 11 251 162 71 Toronto 20 27 8 183 214 48 California... 13 35 9 148 221 35 WORLD ASSOCIATION W L T F Canadian Division 34 17 29 22 25 19 25 23 21 25 0 215 2 227 2 169 2 156 2 186 Quebec Toronto Edmonton Vancouver Winnipeg Extern Division New Eng.... 28 21' 2 172 Cleveland 23 28 2 149 Chicago 19 32 1 176 Indianapolis 10 38 3 116 WMttrn Division Houston 34 18 0 238 28 21 27 22 25 21 14 35 Phoenix Minnesota San Diego Baltimore. 6 201 1 203 2 176 3 123 A Pit. 164 68 200 60 1SS 52 159 52 172 44 181 58 167 48 206 39 210 23 164 68 176 62 170 55 170 52 213 31 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Montreal 4 Buffalo 4 Kansas City 2 California 1 New York Rangers 7 Washington 3 Boston 5 New York Islanders 1 Minnesota 3 Atlanta 2 Los Angeles 2 Chicago 1 Detroit 5 Toronto 3 World Phoenix 6 Edmonton 4 Houston 4 Cleveland 1 Winnipeg 3 Chicago 2 Toronto 7 Indianapolis 5 Vancouver 5 New England 1 American Nova Scotia 3 Syracuse 2 New Haven 6 Providence 2 Springfield 2 Rochester 2 Richmond 3 Virginia 2 Western International Spokane 8 Trail 4 Wealern Canada Junior Edmonton 4 Regina 1 New Westminster 5 Victoria 4 Medicine Hat 3 Lethbridge 1 Brandon 3 Calgary 3 Saskatoon 9 Flin Flon 1 Alberta Junior Red Deer 5 The Pass 2 Spruce Grove 4 Taber 3 SATURDAY National Montreal 7 NY Rangers 1 NY Islanders 5 Washington 1 Minnesota 5 Philadelphia 0 Boston 8 Detroit 5 St. Louis 3 Toronto 3 World Quebec 4 Phoenix 3 San Diego 8 Minnesota 4 Vancouver 4 New England 1 Chicago 6 Winnipeg 3 Baltimore 6 Houston 4 American Hershey 5 Virginia 2 Providence 5 Springfield 4 Central Tulsa 4 Fort Worth 4 Oklahoma City 8 Dallas 3 Denver 5 Seattle 5 Omaha 2 Salt Lake 1 Western Canada Victoria 5 New Westminster 0 Edmonton 8 Winnipeg 4 Brandon 6 Medicine Hat 4 Alberta Junior Drumheller 14 The Pass 1 Taber 4 Spruce Grove 3 Calgary 7 Red Deer 2 Take two of our new snow fires and relax. 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