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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 2, 1975 Special 2 week Hawaii Departure. Depart Calgary Feb. 28. Personally Escorted Tour. Limited space available. Contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Conlro Village Mull Phono 320.3201 -The Herald" Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES CZECH'S KAREL HOLY IS TOO WELL COVERED TO BE DANGEROUS Staniowski blanks Czechs Canada near perfect in win 'WINNIPEG Sta- niowski of Regina Pats recorded the first shutout of. the world junior hockey tour- nament Wednesday and mov- 'ed Canada to within one vic- tory of the world junior hockey title. Canada scored two goals in the first period and went on to beat Czechoslovakia 3-0 for its fourth straight triumph. In the other game Wednesday, Sweden defeated Finland 5-3 to grab a solid hold on third place in the six-team, round- robin competition. All teams are idle today with the United States meeting Czechoslovakia Fri- day in Minneapolis and Sweden going against the Soviet Union in Winnipeg. "The reason there was a Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 shutout is that everyone gave 110 per cent. Everyone was keyed up and all the guys were coming said Staniowski, who kicked out 29 shots to backstop the Western Canada Hockey League representatives to the victory. The only time he was severely tested was early in the first and second periods and in the final minute of the third when the Canadians were playing two men short. Mel Bridgman of Victoria Cougars and Bryan Trottier of Lethbridge Broncos, the two leading scorers in the WCHL, each picked up their fourth goals of the tournament. Mark Davidson opened the scoring with his third. Canada needs only a victory against the defending cham- pion Soviet Union in their final game Sunday to win the cham- pionship. Sweden picked up its second win in three games by scoring a pair of goals less than a minute apart late in the third period. The goals came after Finland had tied the score in the first minute of the period. Sweden then had a goal dis- allowed midway through it. The shot by Joergen Pattersson seemed to pass through a hole in the net but the goal was not counted. With both teams on edge, tempers flared soon afterwards with Anders Steen of Sweden and Finland's Tapio Levo squaring off and receiving major penalties. CANADA 3 CZECHOSLOVAKIA 0 First period 1. Canada, M. Davidson (Smith, McCarthy) 2. Canada, Trottier (Sutler, Lapoinle) Penalties Minor C Holy Czech Lapolnte C (minor and misconduct) Second period No scoring. Penalties vetrovec Czech Suiter C Blight C Stanstny Czech Maxwell C Karl Czech Third period 3. Canada, Bridgman {B. Davidson, McMultin) Penalties Trottier C Smith C, Dutnar Czech Holy Czech (misconduct) Blight C McCarthy C Shots on goal by Czechoslovakia 13 8 Canada 9 12 Goal: Sevela Czech, Staniowski C. Attendance: Tigers slam Broncos REMUS TELEVISION LTD. CLEARANCE SALE Portable TV's, Color TV's, Stereos, Radios, Cassettes, Dishwashers, Ranges, Dryers, Refrigerators, Etc. COMPARE THESE 12" TV tQO Portable Dishwasher t9CQ Only.............................. Only........................... yfcOw 18" Color TV Range tOCQ Only.......................... Component Stereo tl 00 Micro Wive Oven OfiQ (WitnStrack) Only.............. yAvv Only........................... ywVV And all items in stock at discount prices, some one of a kind only. FULL WARRANTY AND SERVICE-OPEN TILL 9 P.M. FRI. THIS WEEK ONLY REMUS TELEVISION LTD. 62413th St. North Phone 328-9759 THE CANADIAN PRESS Western division teams were victorious in Western Canada Hockey League games Wednesday as Medicine Hat Tigers dumped Lethbridge Broncos 11-2 and Kamloops Chiefs defeated Saskatoon Blades 7-4. The victory on home ice was the sixth win in a row for the Tigers. Don Murdoch and Greg Car- roll each scored three times to pace the Tigers to the victory. Morris Lukowich and Garry Vaughan each tallied twice with Brian Hill adding the single. Archie Henderson and Ron Delorme scored for the Bron- cos, who played without two of their top men. Bryan Sutler and Brian Trottier were play- ing with the WCHL All-Stars in the World Junior Tourna- ment in Winnipeg. MEDICINE HAT 11 BRONCOS 2 First Period: i. Medicine Hat, Lukowich {Dean, Farweil) 2. Medicine Hal, Carroll 3. Lethbridge, Henderson 4. Medicine Hal, Vaughan (Dean) 5. Medicine Hat. Carroll (Ray, Lane) 6. Medicine Hal, Carroll (Ray) 7. Lethbridge, Delorme (Lutz, Hegier) Penalties Lulz L Sanche MH Henderson L Dean MH (ma- jor, minor) Jensen L Johnson L Second Period: 8. Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Lukowich, Sanche) 9. Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Lane, Dean) 10. Medicine Hat, -Vaughan (Dean. Hill) 11. Medicine Hal, Hill (Murdoch) Penalties Gillespie L Lane MH Bench penalty. Vaughan MH Durrand MH Third Period: 12. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Dean, Murdoch) 13. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Sanche) Penalties Sanche MH :40, Lutz L Durrand MH Mur- doch MH. Regier L Shots on goal by Lsthbridge 10 8 Medicine Hat 12 16 Goaltenders Boutin, Anwiler. Lethbridge; Farwell, Medicine Hal. Attendance KAMLOOPS 7 SASKATOON 4 Flrat period 1. Kamioops, Gassolt Penalties Moores K George S Morin K Gassofl K Federko S Smith S Second period 2. Saskatoon, Hawryllw (Federko) 3. Saskatoon, Chapman (Leggott, Peters) 4. Saskatoon, Hamilton (Chapman, Smith) 5. Kamloops, Gassof! (Young) 6. Kamloops, Gassoff (Young, Kerr) Penalties Zinger K Robinson K Dyer K Hoffmeyer S Robinson K Morin K. Chapman S (majors) Third period 7. Kamloops, Zinger (Dyer. McAloney) 8. Saskatoon, Williams (Hamilton) 9. Kamloops, Zinger 10. Kamloops, Young (Gassoll) 11. Kamloops, Moores (Hathaway, Robinson} Penalty Robinso'n K Shots on goal by Saskatoon 10 9 Kamloops 14 9 14-37 Goal Ireland, Saskatoon; Earp. Kamloops. Attendance Pronghorns need to take two, host Victoria on the weekend By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Robin Fry is hoping that his University of Lethbridge Pronghorns can start off the New Year on the right foot this weekend, but he isn't looking ary farther ahead than that. His club resumes its Canada West University Athletic Association basketball schedule Friday and Saturday night, after a one-month Christmas break, hosting league leading University of Victoria Vikings twice at the U of L gymnasium. The Pronghorns, after an impressive 89-69 triumph over highly touted UBC Thunder- birds in their season opener, are now 2-4 in league play, and need a pair of wins to get back in the race. In a league known for the. home court advantage, the locals could get back in it in a hurry as they host the Univer- sity of Alberta Golden Bears the following weekend. "But we've got to worry about Victoria says Fry. "When the final buzzer sounds Saturday, then we can start thinking about the Bears." "Before Christmas, three times we let down in the late going, and three times it cost us a ballgame." The Pronghorns lost those three games by a total of only ten points, and "two of them were at home on Saturday night, after we had run away with it Friday." Fry's boys will have their hands full with the Vikings, who now look like the team to beat after whipping, pre- season favorite UBC twice, and almost taking Alberta in Edmonton. The Vikings have five players back from last season's, club, and boast five men 6'4" and up. "That doesn't scare says Fry. "We've already proven that our full-court press can pretty well neutralize the height. One thing that does worry Fry, however, is the absence of star forward Curt Wolsey from the lineup, who was forc- ed to leave the team after the first semester due to personal reasons. "His shoes are going to be hard to fill. He's a very talented ballplayer, and on top of that, he had a great at- titude." Fry can still smile, however, when he thinks of rookie guard Richard Foggo or sharp-shooting veteran Phil Letham. Foggo, presently the league's leading scorer with a 21.7 average, is expected to be ready this weekend after pull- ing a muscle in an exhibition game with Regina last Friday. Letham fired in 37 points in that game, and appears set, for a strong finish this year. However, as Fry notes, his club has to rely on a team ef- fort, and while Foggo and Letham have been doing the scoring, everyone has been contributing. The Pronghorns will have one new player in the lineup, although he is not likely to see much action this weekend. Max Zaugg returns to the club after sitting out the first semester, and will be available for duty, although Fry is hoping to give him another week to get back in shape. The Pronghorns tip-off against the Vikings both nights at p.m., following the women's game which starts at Jack Lilja's .female Pronghorns will also be look- ing to improve on a 2-4 record. After getting thumped by UBC in their home opener, the locals gave perennial cham- Power play helps Mets pion Saskatoon Huskiettes a real run for their money, los- ing only 52-48 in Saskatoon. They won both their games with Calgary just before the Christmas break and look for a strong finish in their last 14 league contests. Donohue will quit RED DEER (CP) League leading Spruce Grove Mets scored six power play goals and crushed Red Deer Rustlers 7-0 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Wednesday night before 900 fans. Keith Hertz paced the Mets with three goals in succession early in the second period, all on power play's. Tony Lecuyer, Barry Brown, Kelly Bunn and Paul Messier scored the other Spruce Grove goals, Messier also had four assists. Spruce Grove goalie Julien Baretta had a relatively easy time in posting the shutout, making only 15 saves. The Mets peppered 50 shots at Red Deer's Rod Carlson. Spruce Grove drew 13 of 25 minor penalties. Red Deer took five of eight majors and five of nine game misconducts and Spruce Grove had a mis- conduct in the penalty studd- ed affair. 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Sales Service Rontflls HAVANA (CP) Coach John Donohue says he will quit as coach of the Canadian women's basketball team ear- ly in the new year. Donohue, who kicked one player off the team Monday, said Tuesday that he will be head of the men's and women's basketball programs but will not coach. He. also said that Liz Silcott, 23, of Montreal, was thrown off the team because she was unwilling to work' hard. He had had a problem with her at- titude since last summer. Donohue's decision to stop coaching the women's team was not abrupt. He said it had been made earlier and he had hoped that Silcott, a guard on the team since 1973, would not have to be dropped before a new coach was picked. However, he said her attitude. was causing problems for other team members. The women's basketball squad is one of eight national teams here for 10 days of win- ter training and competition with the Cubans. They return home Jan. 6 and Donohue said Miss Silcott will not be sent home earlier. 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