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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Frldty, Ftbruiry 28, 1975 FOR CONSIDERABLE SAVINGS Inquire about the special low weekend lares to Vancouver and Victoria. Also Special 8 to 30 day excursion lares. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Your Official I.A.T.A. Agtnl Ctntrt Vlllw Mill________________________Phone 326-3201 RON DELORME ALECTIDEY Broncos face Chiefs tonight Lethbridge Broncos have been frustrated in their last two Western Canada Hockey League outings. "We have played well enough to win both said coach Earl Ingarfield, "but the best we could do was two ties." Both those ties, S-6 and 44, however, came against the tough Medicine Hat Tigers. Ingarfield hopes his club can main- tain some of their momentum for tonight as the Kamloops Chiefs pay the Sportsplex an eight o'clock visit. Chiefs' do not have the almost assured security of a playoff spot so will be looking to add two points to their margin over the Edmonton Oil Kings. As well, the Broncos took three of a possible four points from the Chiefs two weeks ago in Kamloops so the Chiefs will be looking for a degree of revenge. Broncos are healthy heading into tonight's game. "We're not completely said Ingarfield. "But we are in pretty good shape Ingarfield wants to finish second. The Broncos lead Brandon Wheat Kings by just one point but have two games in hand. Tonight's game is one of those games. Broncos' Ron Delorme and Alec Tidey are expected to give the club some of the fire power to get past the Chiefs tonight. Delorme, as well as captain Bryan Trottier, has been a real spark plug for the Broncos and Tuesday scored his 25th goal of the season. Tidey collected his 36th Tuesday. Broncos will get one day's rest before the Edmonton Oil Kings visit Sunday night at seven. Meanwhile Calgary Centennials scored four power-play goals Thursday night to upset the Oil Kings 6-3. It was Calgary's first victory in eight games against the Oil Kings this season. The Oil Kings, fifth in the western division, failed to gain ground as they remained six points behind Kamloops Chiefs and New Westminster Bruins, who are tied for third. Edmonton got off to a quick start on early first-period goals by Wayne Perkins and Ted Olson. Calgary, last in the west, narrowed the score on Greg Neeld's goal at of the first period. Denny McLean scored early in the second period to pull the cents into a 2-2 tie, but Wayne Babych countered at to put the Oil Kings back on top 3-2. Calgary closed the period with goals by Al Glendinning, Rick Lalonde and Neeld to take a 5-3 lead after 40 minutes. Calgary's Mike Fynn had the only last-period goal. Summary CALGARY 6 EDMONTON 3 Fin! period: 1. Edmonton, Perkins (Maze, Sadler) 2. Edmonton, Olson (Will, Phillips) 3. Calgary, Neeld (Ashby) Penalties Morrow E Lecuyer E (minor, Johnston E (double Milford C Colborne C Maze E Olson E (double minor, Hodgson C (major) Second period: 4. Calgary D. McLean (Colborne, Fynn) 5. Ed- monion, Babych (Lecuyer, Sadler) 6. Calgary, Glendinning (Ashby) 7. Calgary. Lalonde (Neeld. Ashby) 8 Calgary, Neeld (Ashby, Hodgson) Penally Babych E Third period: 9. Calgary, Fynn (Colborne, Fyffe) Penalties Bandura C Mulvey E, Lalonde C Lecuysr E. Milford C (minors, majors) Olson E (double minor, major, game Bandura C (major) Shod on goal by Edmonton 15 11 Calgary 12 7 Goal Soetaerl, Edmonton; Hendrick, Calgary. Attendance -Tlic Herald- Sports Saskatchewan, Quebec in playoff Grigg rink hits sidelines FERNIE SNOW VALLEY MONCTON, N.B. (CP) With more than .at'the Moncton Coliseum holding their breath, Saskatchewan's Marj Mitchell cooly delivered her last rock of the 10th end at the Canadian women's curling championship Thursday night and gave it a cold glare as it skimmed toward the rings at the other end of the ice. Her sweepers, Florence Sanna and Nancy Kerr, fol- lowed it, ready for the call from their skip or third Kenda Richards in the house. But their brooms weren't needed, the stone catching the counting Manitoba rock and removing it to give the Hegina girls an 8-7 victory over Joan Souris club. That victory forced a playoff today against Quebec, which finished with the same 7-2 record earlier in the evening. Lee Tobin's Montreal rink romped 10-2 over Ivy Lord and her rink from Saint John, N.B. Quebec set the stage for a playoff earlier Thursday by taking a 10-7 victory over Sas- katchewan with three in the fi- nal end. And the Quebec skip wasn't worried about today's showdown. "We're all curling well as of said Mrs. Tobin. "So we'll give anybody a good game." Alberta's Sharon Grigg saw Flyers now deadlocked for first Fort Macleod Flyers moved back into a tie for top spot in the varsity boys division of the Southwest Conference Thurs- day night, but only by the narrowest of margins. The.Flyers earned their llth win of the season with a 42-37 double overtime triumph over Stirling Lakers to give themselves a share of first place with Picture Butte Sugar Kings. Stirling led the wild contest 17-14 at halftime, but the Flyers came back to knot it 31-31 by the end of regulation time, and the clubs were still tied, 35-35, after one overtime. Jack Lemire paced the winners with 19 points while Blaine Barr added 12. Robert Kupecz was tops for Stirling with 10 points. In the junior varsity game, Dick Quon notched 18 points to lead Stirling to a 60-46 win over Fort Macleod Ansons. Dick Van Wyck led the Ansons with 17 points. 4A LEAGUE Vinlly W L Ptl Cardston ................11 0 !2 Winston Churchill........ 7 4 14 Raymond................ 7 4 14 Magralh.................. 5 6 10. Leth. Collegiate.......... 3 8 6 Catholic Central 011 0 Junior Vanity W L Pll CardMon ................11 0 22 Raymond 8 3 16 Ivtagrath................. 7 4 14 Winston Churchill........ 3 8 6 Lelh. Collegiate.......... 3 8 6 Catholic Central 1 10 2 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Vanity Boyi W Picture Bulle ............11 F. P. Walshe.............11 Kale Andrews 9 W. H. Myers............. 7 Willow Creek Stirling........, Milk River 3 L Pll 1 22 2 22 4 16 6 14 7 12 her hopes of a playoff darken- ed when the Medicine Hat girls were upset by Diane Blanchard's Prince Edward Island rink, 10-5. The Islanders earlier in the day had turned back British Columbia's Marion Had- cliffe, 9-7, wrecking the Ke- lowna club's chances lor a playoff. Elsewhere Thursday night, Gail Hiscock and her St. John's, Nfld., foursome defeated Ontario's Bea Cole of London, 11-8, and British Columbia nipped Nova Scotia's Phyllis MacDonald of Halifax, 9-8. In other afternoon games, the scores were: Ontario 7 Alberta 4; Manitoba 10 New- Sons blast Fort Macleod One close brush with defeat was all the Lethbridge Native Sons needed to bring them off their cloud after winning the gold medal at the Canada Winter Games. Wednesday night, the Sons travelled to Brooks, and had to scrap for a narrow 3-2 triumph. But Thursday night within the friendly confines of Henderson Ice Centre, it was business as usual as the locals walked to an 18-3 victory over Don Renner's lead cut to three points RED DEER (CP) Ron Rose of Drumheller Falcons is continuing his race to over- take Don Renner of Taber Golden Suns for the scoring lead in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Statistics released today show Rose, who trailed by 17 points three weeks ago, has narrowed his deficit to three points. Renner has a league leading 55 goals and 105 points while Rose is tops in assists with 70 among his total of 102 points. Three other players Barry Lassiter of Red Deer Rustlers with 97 points, Dave Scott of Calgary Canucks with 92 and Paul Messier of Spruce Grove Mets with 91 moved within reach of the magic 100 point level. Julian Barretta of Spruce Grove remained tops in goals against average wtih a mark of 3.75 while Dan Shearer of Drumheller continued to lead in all other departments. Rookie defenceman Keith Hertz of Spruce Grove es- tablished an assists record for defencemen by boosting his total to 47, two more than the record set in 1973 by Dale Booth of Drumheller. Hertz has 80 points, another record, and is tied for llth place in the scoring race. Tony Lecuyer of Spruce Grove continued to lead in penalty minutes with a record 368. THE LEADERS: G A Pla Renner. Taber..........55 50 105 Rose, Drumhcller.......32 70 102 Lassiter, Red Deer......45 52 97 Scott, Calgary ..........39 53 92 Messier, Spruce Grove ..40 51 91 Mitchell, Drumheller.....32 57 89 Joevenazzo, Taber......26 62 66 Wecker, Drumheller.....4442 86 Bunn, Spruce Grove-----42 44 86 Mclvcr, Calgary.........35 48 83 Three fight in Canadian welterweight box- ing champion Clyde Grey will be in-action Monday night in Calgary at the Stampede Corral as the feature event on a fight card presenting three Canadian champions in ac- tion. Grey, ranked as the No. one contender for the world welterweight title, will take on top ranked Canadian battler Marc Gervais. Two other Canadian champs are also included on the Four bout card. Lightweight champion Johnny Summerhays will box his number one challenger Danny Stokes and light heavyweight king Gary Summerhays will take on his number one contender Irish Dennis Cochrane. Fort Macleod Centennial Rookies. The two wins finished off the Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League regular season, with the Sons taking top spot with a 32-2 record. They take oji the same Brooks Lakeside Spurs that pushed them to the limit, in the South Zone semi finals, beginning Saturday night at p.m. on the Henderson ice surface. The second game is set for Brooks Sunday afternoon. Last night, Fort Macleod took a 1-0 lead, and trailed only 2-1 after one period. But the roof fell in in the middle frame as the Native Sons outscored the visitors 8- 2, and the locals ran away with it by scoring eight un- answered markers in the final 20 minutes. Terry Roberts and Gino Guzzi paced the Sons' attack with four goals apiece while Reg Osmond, Albert Dumont, Joe Meli, and Ron Simmons scored twice each. Ken Klinkhammer and Mark Scheibner added singles for the locals while Darcy O'Sullivan, Randy O'Sullivan and Mike Plas replied for Fort Macleod. The Sons outshot Macleod 46-34. Against Brooks, Dennis Halt's goal at the mark of the final period was the winner in the 3-2 game. The clubs had battled through a scoreless first period and were tied 1-1 after two frames. Mark Scheibner and Ron Simmons scored the other goals for the Native Sons, who were outshot 38-33 by the hustling Brooks team. Brooks took nine of sixteen minor penalties and the clubs split the game's two miscon- ducts. Short sport 9 6 Vauxhall. Colts triumph Lethbridge Midget Colts doubled the score on Pincher Creek, 6-3 Thursday as they took the first game of a two- game, total point playoff. Colts will have a three-goal cushion for the next game, set for Sunday evening at at Henderson Ice Centre. Tom Block paced the Colts with three goals while singles came from Perry Wilson, Chuck Moore and Tim Richards. Randy Kettles, with a pair and Jim Pelletier replied for Pincher Creek. The two clubs were tied 2-2 after the first period but the Colts put the game away with two unanswered goals in the second. to MWMI In Action AII-CinMfUn FoohMtr "COUGARS" White with rod trim IM SHOE MAKERS TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEN" Genuine PRAIRIE BUFFALO In Natural Tan, Storm welt; E width all sizes 6 to 11. See too, many other Dack styles in alip-ons and oxfords. arrived new shipment of Young Men's styles a touch of class with a vlsable difference. In Antique brown, or navy, In slip-ons or ties. CAMM'S SHOES 403-SttltlnWi. PLAN NO ACTION TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Cincinnati Reds said Thurs- day that no disciplinary action would be taken'against relief pitcher Clay Carroll whom police arrested following an altercation in a motel. Police said Carroll was charged with profanity and with resisting arrest without violence. The right-hander was later releas- ed on bond. No court date has been-set. TWO SIGN CONTRACTS ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) New York Mets an- nounced Thursday that second baseman Felix Millan and out- fielder Jorge Roque have sign- ed their 1975 National League baseball contracts. All Mets now are under contract. SMAHES SPEED RECORD INZELL, Germany (AP) Sippie Tigchelaar, 26, of Hol- land smashed the women's world speedskating record by five seconds Thursday night with a clocking of four minutes 41.01. seconds. The record set dur- ing a warmup race for the weekend Golden Skate com- petition shattered the three- year-old mark of Stin Kaiser of Holland. ABA TAKES CONTROL NEW YORK (AP) The American Basketball Associ- ation took control of the finan- cially struggling San Diego franchise Thursday. The Con- quistadors, owned by Dr. Leonard Bloom since 1972, drew in 32 home games last season for an average of at the San Diego Sports Arena. The Q's also have the worst record in the ABA '3 five team Western Division this season, 28-40. SEMI-FINALS SET NEW YORK (AP) New York will play Tampa and Dallas will face San Jose in the semi-final playoffs of the North American Soccer League's indoor championship in San Francisco on Friday, March 14. Commissioner Phil Woosnam said Thursday that the winners'would meet in the final, also at San Francisco, on March 16. MARSH SHARES LEAD BANGKOK (AP) Australians Graham Marsh and Ted Ball were among five players tied for the lead with one-under-par 71s after the first round of the Thai Open golf championship Thur- sday. Among seven players one stroke back were Bohen, Howard Twilty, Bill Brask and Tom Purtzerans. Pass goalies had 77 shots BLAIRMORE (CP) Calgary Canucks bombarded two of the Pass Red Devil goalies with 77 shots as they breezed to a 9-1 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory Thurs- day night. Wayne Sherger, Mendel Vysohlid and Pete McMahan each scored twice for the Centennials. Mike Bachynski, Ted Atkinson and Rick Anderson rounded out the at- tack. Boyd McMasters had the only Red Devil goal. The Pass was called on nine of 17 minor penalties and look the game's only major. Jerry Perrault and Tom Cassidy split the. goaltending chores for the losers, who managed 42 shots on goal. Low 7Ml It LlIM I (4M) Itt-7411 FILING CABINETS foundland 7; New Brunswick 9 Nova Scotia 4. Alberta and B.C. finished the nine-round round-robin competition with 6-3 records, Manitoba was next at 5-4, Newfoundland turned in a 4-5 mark, Ontario and P.E.I, were 3-6 and Nova Scotia and New Brunswick trailed at 2-7. Kodiak mainstay One of the top back-court men in the ACAC league this past season has been Lethbriclge Com- munity College Kodiaks' Kendon Eakett. Eakett is one of the main cogs in the Kodiak machine and will be in action tonight and Saturday as the Kodiaks compete in the ACAC championships. Action gets under way tonight at when Mount Royal College Cougars take on the NAIT Ookpiks in the first game and the Kodiaks go against SAIT Trojans at in the second. There are four teams entered in the single-knockout tourney with the final games slated for Saturday night at and ELRICH TIRE SPORT WESTERN CANADA Eatlfrn Diviiion W L T F A PH. Saskatoon.. 30 18 10 281 210 70 Lethbridge 24 26 6 256 267 56 Brandon 23 28 9 235 266 55 Reglna 24 31' 3 220 240 51 Winnipeg... 16 34 9 206 319 41 Flon 15 33 8 210 318 36 W.ilern Diviiion Victoria 39 15 5 347 216 83 vledidiie Hal 34 16 6 317 219 74