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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 11, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Bears hit century mark BRIAN SUITER (9) MEETS OLD MATES SAMIS AND MOLLEKEN Broncos pulled away from Clubs By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Winnipeg Clubs made Lethbridge Bronco fans wait almost 55 minutes before they gave in Friday night. "Didn't they realize that the issue was over a long time asked one fan on his way out after the Western Canada Hockey League game. Apparently not, is the only way to describe the stub- born Clubs. Broncos chalked up their third straight home victory Friday night as they dumped the Clubs 6-2, a victory made possible by the efficiency of the first line. Paced by the two-goal performances of Brian Sutler and Alec Tidey, the Broncos led 2-1 and 3-1 by periods as they closed to within seven points of first place Saskatoon Blades in the eastern division of the league. Meanwhile, the Broncos today purchased forward Terry Bucyk from the Edmonton Oil Kings. Bucyk, a 6'2" 195 pound right winger will join the Broncos this weekend. He tallied 62 points last year with the Kings on 29 goals and 33 helpers but was having his trouble this year. Said Oil King coach Ken Hodge "The Oil King' organization is hoping the move will help Terry realize his potential." Bucyk, when told of the deal, said he was satisfied and that he thought the purchase was fair. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, JAN. P.M. North American Tills Bout (No Disqualification) BW JOHN QUIIMvs LARRY UNE KELLY TWINS vs RAMIREZ HAYES KING CURTIS vs MR. HITO TOR KAMATA vs MARK LEWIN ROY (Mr. Universe) CALENDER vs STEVE STRONG (Arm Wrestling) S3 J2.50 Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TVI ottman INTERNATIONAL U.S. and Canada COAST TO COAST TRANSMISSION PREVENT TRANSMISSION TROUBLE with a Guarantee Against Mechanical Failure for 6 Months or Miles. Road Test Drain Refill Fluid Remove Pan Visual Inspection Adjust Bands linkage New Pan Gasket Clean Sump Screen Condition Permitting 329-3242 13113th Street North Bill Burton, general manager of the Broncos, feels Bucyk may be just the winger to help the Broncos as they head into the second half of the schedule. "Bucyk is a big young man and he doesn't mind the heavy said Burton. In the meantime, Bryan Trottier, who had six points against Flin Flon Wednesday and Steve Lee added single goals for the Broncos. Kelly Greenbank and Bruce Hudson accounted for the Winnipeg goals. Referee Joe Cassidy had little trouble controlling Friday's game as he handed out just seven minor penalties, four to Winnipeg, and two majors. Broncos outshot the Clubs 36-24 as they allowed just six shots on net in the final stanza while putting the game away. Sutler, who was blanked in a 9-1 win over Flin Flon Wednesday, made no mistakes Friday as he scored twice in the opening period and added two helpers. His first goal came on a power play as he slid the puck past Molleken at the mark. He came right back less than three minutes later as he took a perfect pass from iinemate Tidey and fired it past a helpless Molleken. Greenbank kept Winnipeg in the game with a goal at He fired a quick shot past Rollie Boutin and the period ended 2-1. Tidey scored the only goal of the second period as he finished off a play started by Don Johnson. Tidey took a pass from Sutler in- front of the Winnipeg net and backhanded it past Molleken. Hudson's goal with just 30 seconds gone in Ihe final period closed the gap to 3-2 before Lee, Tidey and then Trottier scored for the Broncos. Broncos were guilty of poor clearing in their own end as Hudson scored. Clubs pressed hard for the equalizer but Boulin would nol give ground. Lee's goal barely made il across Ihe line as Molleken made a good stab al the hard shot but the puck trickled across Ihe goal line making it 4-2. Tidey and Trottier simply finished off excellent passes from teammates Sutler and Ron Delorme respec- tively. LOOSE PUCKS Doug Gillespie saw limited action due to a groin injury... Friday's three stars were Sutler, Tidey and Johnson Jerry Bancks had his chances in the game but Molleken played it tough Boutin, while called on to make just 22 saves, was brilliant in Ihe firsl 12 minutes as he kept the Clubs off the scoresheet. BRONCOS 6 WINNIPEG 2 First Period: 1. Lethbridge, Suiter (Trottier, Tidey) 2. Lethbridge, Sutler {Johnson, Tidey) 3. Winnipeg, Greenbank (Girardin) Penalties McCarthy W Johnson L Second Period: 4. Lethbridge, Tidey (Johnson, Sutler) Penalties Lee L, Brydges W (minors, majors) Third Period: 5. Winnipeg, Hudson (Samis, Skinner) 6. Lethbridge. Lee (Johnson, Delorme) 7. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutler, Trottier) 8. Lethbridge, Trottier (Tidey, Delorme) Penalties Molleken VV. Jobson L McCarthy W Shots on goal by Winnipeg 11 7 Lelhbridge 11 15 Goal Molleken, Winnipeg; Boutin, Lethbridge. Attendance: 2.563. DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. DOUG BOVER Sales Representative Continues to Serve Southern 308 9th St. S. Phona 328-1228 Dismal night for Pronghorns By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer If it was not a happy ending, it certainly was a fitting one Friday night at the University of Lethbridge gymnasium. Dave Holland grabbed an offensive rebound with three seconds remaining, and sent a soft 10-foot jump shot on its way through the hoop to wind up the scoring as the Universi- ty of Alberta Golden Bears thumped the U of L Pronghorns 100-66. The ending was fitting because Holland was without a doubt the outstanding player on the floor as he led the Bears to their fifth win in seven Canada West Basket- ball Conference contests. The husky center's soft jumper from the baseline, along with numerous hook shots with either hand, ac- counted for 34 of the Bears points. Holland also snatched 17 rebounds, top in the game, in a devastating performance. For the Pronghorns, it was a miserable night. Scoring leader Richard Foggo was still limping noticeably on an ankle injured a week ago against Victoria, and was ineffective during most of his brief appearances. Without him, the Pronghorns had trouble penetrating a tough man-to- man defence thrown up by the Bears, and were never really in the game. "We were simply out- commented coach Robin Fry at the conclusion of the game. "What can you say? We can match up with them in maybe two positions, but that's all." Co-captain Phil Letham summed up the Pronghorns' attitude in the dressing room by saying simply. "I don't want to lose like that again tomorrow night." Letham led the locals with 21 points, while Lauren Edlund picked up 18 and Roger Baldry added 12. Behind Holland's 34-point performance for the Bears was Doug Baker with 18. To add insult to injury for the Pronghorns, a former team- mate, Dan Court, turned in a fine two-way performance and picked up 17 points. For the first time this season, the Pronghorns were beaten at their own game. The locals have relied all season on a full-court press to nullify their height disadvan- tage, but the Bears turned loose a press of their own Friday, and forced 34 Pronghorn turnovers while erring just 31 times themselves. On the backboards, as well, the Pronghorns took a beating. The Bears pulled down 50 rebounds while the locals, led by Edlund and Baldry with nine each, could manage just 35. And the Bears shot a phenomenal 51% from the floor in what would have to rate as simply a superlative performance. They are ob- viously full value for their 5-2 record, and should contest for the conference championship. In the women's game, a fine performance by Lori Lilja helped the Pronghorns to a 24- 24 tie with U of A Pandas at halftime, but the visitors pull- ed away in the second half to take a 44-36 verdict. Lilja led the locals with 10 points, on top-of quarterback- ing the team from the guard position. Kathy Bardgett was next in line with seven points while Georgina Lester added six. The taller Pandas out- rebounded the Pronghorns 66- 42. Lester and Bardgett led the locals with nine and eight grabs respectively. Amanda Holloway and Nora Way led the Pandas with 12 points each. Elsewhere in Canada West play, Jim Dudderidge scored 23 of his game high 31 points in the second half as U of Vic- toria Vikings blitzed U of Saskatchewan Huskies 75-58 in Saskatoon. The win boosted Victoria's record to 7-2 and kept them in first place four points ahead of the Golden Bears. The Bears, however, have two games in hand. Steve Pettifer converted a last-minute steal into the winning basket as UBC Thunderbirds nipped U of Calgary Dinosaurs 63-61 in Pettifer had 15 points to lead the T-Birds, while Lyle Leslie and Pat Lee had 12 points each for Caigary, who trailed 27-26 at the half. In women's action, UBC Thunderettes demolished Calgary Dinnies 83-47 and Saskatchewan Huskiettes dumped Victoria Vikettes 72- 38. HOOP SHOTS Friday night proved to be an oddity in Canada West men's play visiting clubs won every game in a league known for the home court advantage the Bears were extremely im- pressive, and should battle right down to the wire with Max Zaugg showed he has a place on the Pronghorn club with some real hustle on defence while Foggo was able to play on the injured ankle, he just couldn't change direction and speed as he usually does the injury is unfortunate as it may cost him the league scoring title in his first year in the loop Curt Wolsey was with the Pronghorns again last night, but as an assistant coach this semester the Bears led 51- 30 at the half, and just didn't stop fast breaking and press- ing at all in the final 20 minutes. Calgary. Victoria for the league title FANS Pats, strong in KNOW By The CANADIAN PRESS Soelaert B Brandon Taloaru Tpntennials and (served by Calgary centennials ana period. Noscori Pemmes Regma Pats put on strong _ Hocnstetter NW Piche B third-period performances Soetaert B phiiipoff Friday night to break losing Nw Blight B streaks in the Western Canada Nw 1 T Snots on goat by Hockey League. Brarjdon 57 football player has played in the most Super Bowls? There's one player who's been in the amazing total of five of the eight Super Bowls Greg Neeld fired four last- New west 119 history He's Marv period goals to spark the Hanlon, Brandon; Laxlon; Centennials to an 8-3 win at _.. n, r, home over Flin Flon who at one time was with Green Bay and played with them in the as they snapped a four-game CALGARY 8 FLIN FLON and '68 Super losing streak. The Pats ended First Period: No scoring, and then was trac- a seven game skid with three Ealson to Miami where he's goals in the final period for a norli in the last three 4-3 win over the visiting (Williams) Flin Flon, Bowls. Saskatoon Blades (M. Davidson, Watson) In other games Lethbridee Enquist (Coibourne, Fynn) in oiner games Lemnnage 12.25 pen _ Colbourne c Broncos upended Winnipeg Third 4. caigary, was the coldest weather any major foot- Clubs 6-2 and Brandon Wheat (Lestander. D. McLean) :29 game was ever play- Kings and New Westminster Caigary, Neeld (B. McLean, in? It's be- Rrnino hotfloH tn o 1 t iio :45 6. Calgary. Neeld (Eastcott, B. Bruins battled to a tie. McLean) 3.59 Ashby that the record Neeld was joined in the Cal- McLean. Laionde) 8. set in the 1967 Na- eary scoring column by Don McLean, D. McLean) Football League Ashbv with two goals Piul 9- Calgary, Easlcoti (Lestander. ASiroy, Wltniwp goals, ram lo.FlinFlon.Gossein Enquist and Don Eastcott. (M Davids0n. Fleming) mso 11. Rich Gosselin scored twice Calgary, Neeld (8. McLean, game between Green Bay and Dallas which Green Bay won for the Bombers and Dan Penalties Hodgson At game time, irfilpr! thp nthpr goal Davls FF 1 c iuinLz aauea tne otner goal. M Davidson FF was 13 below zero with an icy 15-mile-an-hour Centre Dave Faulkner Coibourne c wind which made scored twice for the winners 201510 wind-chill factor, ac- and got help from Kevin 8 9 16_33 to the U.S Nagel and Rob Tudor. The Goal Swanson, Flin bureau, equal Blades, Who claimed Nagel Hendrick, 49 below! didn't get the puck in the net on his goal, received goals REGINA 4 SASKATOON the lowest pos- from Bruce Hamilton, Wes First Period: 1. winning score in a Peters and Bernie Federko. Hamilton (Hawryiiw, Federko) 1 game? It Saskatoon. Peters (Williams) Steve Cllppindale, Harold Penalties B. Chapman which is possible Pliillipoff and Clayton Pachal Harazny R Klassen S handled New Westminster's a forfeit If a game is forfeited, the rule book qrnrintr Dalo Parkpr Dirk Second Period: 3. Regma, scoring, uaie marker, KICK (Tudor, mlnor) Blight and Dan Bonar replied penalties Faulkner R the final official score would be 1-0. for the Wheat Kings. S G. joly R wirachowsky R bet you didn't know BRANDON 3 NEW WEST 3 Third Period: 4. Regina, for value and perfor- First Period: 1. Brandon. Bonar (Minor. Faulkner) 5. you'can't beat our 2. New Westminster, Clip- Nagel (Grauer, Minor) snow plow retreads. pingdale1 (Berry) 3. New West- Regina, Faulkner (Minor, carry the same minster, Phllllpoff (Shinske) 7. Saskatoon. Federko Penalties New Westminster bench (Hawryiiw) Penalties as brand new (served by Shmyr) Soetaert B bench minor (served by Tudor) Lolthouse NW Cameron Arndt S callander H faae) NW Shots or) goal F78-14 and 15 Second Period: 4. Brandon, Saskatoon 11 13 and 15, H78-14 and 15 Parker (Mullett, Vermette) 5. Regina 14 8 Brandon. Slight (McMullin, Piche) Goal Ireland, KIRK'S... for the bis) 6. New Westminster, Pachal Staniowski, lor evey whwll {Shinske, McNeice) Penalties TIRE SALES LTD. 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