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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Special 2 week Hawaii Departure. Depart Calgary Feb. 28. Personally Escorted Tour. Limited space available. Contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Contro Village Moll Phone 328-3201 The Letlibndtje Herald Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, January Pages 21-32 LithbrldgaOffictFinHurtUd. Low.r 7th St. Shopping Mill Albwfe Phomt (403) 321-7411 FILING CABINETS Golden Suns trounce Pass 8-2 Taber Golden Suns trounced the Pass Red Devils 8-2 Tues- day night in a fight filled Alberta Junior Hockey League game. Taber was assessed 19 of 34 minor penalties handed out. The teams split two miscon- ducts and The Pass was hit with two game misconducts. The Golden Suns outshot the Red Devils 36-33 and led 2-0 and 4-2 by periods. Scoring for Taber were Ber- nie Syrenne and Dean Solheim, both with two, Bob Miller, Brad Cox, Randy Joevenazzo and Don Renner. Boyd McMasters and George Buat replied for The Pass. Pass coach John Chapman entertained the Taber fans as he hurled the water bottle at the referee after the referee had assessed four, two-minute minors to one of Chapman's players. Centennials scared Blades, Hanlon brilliant in loss JOHN CHAPMAN WASN'T ALL THAT HAPPY WITH THE REFEREE Two-point conversion enters CFL game WASHINGTON (CP) There will be further slrain on Ihe cerebral powers of coaches in the Canadian Foot- ball League when the 1975 season gels underway. Because of a rule change ap- proved Tuesday, Ihey wijl have lo decide after touchdowns whether lo play il safe and kick for a single poinl or gamble by running or pass- ing for two poinls. The ball will be spoiled on Ihe five and the attacking club may try for a single point by placement or go for two points under the change approved at the annual meeting of Ihe CFL's rules committee. Under the old rule, the ball was spotted on the 10-yard line for the point-after attempt The conversion was worlh only one poinl, no rnalter how it was accomplished. The two-point conversion -The Herald- has been in effect in United States and Canadian college foolball for several years and is used in many Canadian high school leagues as well. General manager John Bar- row of Toronto Argonauts said he was sold on the rule afler Sports talking to several U.S. college coaches, who are holding their annual meeting here this week. The two-point conversion has been decisive in several major U.S. college games, most recently the Rose Bowl when Southern California used the extra point to beat Ohio State. The committee rejected a proposed reduction to 11 from 12 players on the field for each team, which would have brought the Canadian game in line with U.S. rules. Also turned down were the fair catch, another U.S. rule, and a conversion to metres from yards for field measure- ments. All of the changes approved Tuesday must be ratified at the league's annual meeting Feb. 20 in Toronto. The rule-makers decided not to let defensive teams wipe out field goals by running them back from the end zone, but did add a third option for teams that have just given up three points. Another change allows un- limited the waist runbacks of missed field goal runbacks. THE CANADIAN PRESS Calgary Centennials gave Saskatoon Blades a scare in Western Canada Hockey League play Tuesday night, but when the game was over the Centennials were in their usual the short end of the score. Calgary, last in the Western Division with only five vic- tories, stayed with the Blades most of the game but gave up a late power-play goal and dropped a 5-4 decision to the Eastern Division leaders. In other games, Winnipeg Clubs upended Regina Pats 4-3 in Winnipeg, Flin Flon Bombers got hot goaltending from Roger SWanson to dou- ble Edmonton Oil Kings 6-3 and Victoria Cougars pleased their home fans with a 4-1 win over Brandon Wheat Kings. Swanson made 50 saves as the Bombers won only their second road game of the season. WINNIPEG 4 REGINA 3 First period: 1. Winnipeg. Brydges (Eakin. Lash) Penalties Rollins W Tidball R Second period: Winnipeg, Allan (Greenbank, Skinner) 3. Win- nipeg. Greenbank (Skinner) 4. Regina. Penalties Rollins W Third period: 5. Regina, Minor (Faulkner. Harazny) 6. .Ham- mond (Faulkner. Minor) 7. Winnipeg, Skinner (Lash, McCarthy) Penalties Skinner W Minor R Shots on goal by Regina 11 11 Winnipeg 10 11 Goal Staniowski. Regina; Molleken, Winnipeg. Attendance Not available. FLIN FLON 6 EDMONTON 3 First period: 1. Edmonton, Lecuyer (Babych, Rissling) 2. Flin Flon, Dorman (B. Davidson. Kunst) 3. Flin Flon. Kehoe (Gosselin, M. Davidson) Penalties Sadler E Watson FF (minor, miscon- duct, game misconduct) Lecuyer E Currie E Second period: 4. Flin Fion, Gosselin (McDIII. B. Davidson) 5. Edmonton. Babych 6. Ed- monton. Rissling (Lecuyer.- Babych) 7. Flin Flon, Kehoe (M. David- son. B. Davidson) 8. Flin Flon. Gosselin (M. Davidson, Kehoe) Penalties Olson E M. Broncos meet Bombers Bryan Trottier and Brian Sutler will be back in uniform tonight when the Lethbridge Broncos host Flin Flon Bombers in Western Canada Hockey League action. Trottier and Sutler played with Ihe WCHL All Stars in Ihe recenl World Junior cham- pionships in which Trot- tier was named the oul- standing Canadian player. Game time tonight at Ihe Sporlsplex is eighl o'clock and Ihe Broncos will have Iheir hands full wilh Ihe high fly- ing Bombers. Bombers have chalk- ed up three straight wins in four days and will be looking for their first win of the year over the Broncos. Coach Earl Ingarfield has not decided who will make up the second line for tonight's game. With Greg Woods and Stan Jensen both on Ihe shelf only Ron Delorme is left. However, Ingar- field can go to his bench for help. Davidson FF Davis FF Rissling E Williams FF Sadler E Marinos FF, Lecuyer E Third period: 9. Flin Flon, Kehoe (Gosselin, M. Davidson) Penalties Olson E, Dorman FF (minor, major) Rissling E McDonald E. Marinos FF (majors) Olson E Williams FF Babych E (double Bellinger FF Rissling E, Dorman FF. Sadler E. Fleming FF (majors, game misconducts) Shots on goal by Flin Flon 13 11 Edmonton 17 20 Goal Swanson. Flin Flon; Soetaert. Edmonton. Attendance 962. SASKATOON 5 CALGARY 4 First period: 1. Saskatoon. Peters 2. Saskatoon, Arndt (Klassen, B. Chapman) 3. Calgary, Colborne (Fylle. Fynn) 4. Calgary, Neeld (Millord, Bandura) Penalties Hoftmeyer S Bandura C Wylie C Second period: 5. Calgary. Ban- dura (Fynn) 6. Saskatoon. Arndt (Klassen, Hoftmeyer) 16-09 Penalties Neeld C Leggott S Holfmeyer S Third period: 7. Saskatoon. Arndt (Klassen, Leggott) 8. Calgary. D. McLean (Lestander, Hodgson) 9. Saskatoon. Williams (Peters) Penalties D. McLean CT, B. Chapman S Oleschuk S (served by Hawryliw) Fynn C Shots on goal by Calgary 7 8 Saskatoon 16 14 Goal Hendrick. Calgary; Oleschuk. Saskatoon. Attendance 1.657. VICTORIA 4, BRANDON 1 First Period: 1. Victoria. Miazga (Roberts) 2. Victoria, Peter (Hill) Penalties None. Second Period: 3. Brandon Murray (Bradbury, Blight) Penalties Clackson V (minor, major) Parker B Roberts V Third Period: 4. Victoria, Gustafson {Clackson, Good) 5. Victoria, Lucas (Morris, Bridgman) Penalties Soetaert B, Bridgman V (majors) Piche B Hanlon B (served by Kaluznick) Clackson V Ashton B Shots on goal by Brandon 4 8 2 14 Victoria 15 22 19 56 Goal Hanlon, Brandon; Saar, Victoria. Attendance 2.112. 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