Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
Golden Suns win 5-3 in fight-filled contest A third period brav 1 marred a closely fought Alberta Junior Hockey League game Tuesday night in which Taber Golden Suns downed Calgary Canucks 5-3. Calgary led 2-0 at the end of the first period but Taber made it 2-2 in the second and Gord Beech, recently ac- quired from The Pass Red Devils, got the winner at of the third. Moments after Beech's goal a fight erupted resulting in both teams serving four game misconducts. Taber also was assessed 12 of 21 minor's and two misconducts and the teams split two majors. Dean Solhiem, Tom Schrieber, Bruce Green and Rocky Saganuik also scored for Taber. Calgary got two goals from Rick Zaparniuk THE OSHRKIR CONNECTION is almost ready... and another from Pete McMahon. Calgary outshot the Golden Suns 47-42. Drumheller Falcons laced Red Deer Rustlers 11-6 before 700 fans Tuesday to run their winning streak to 10 games. Defenceman Dave Stewart, with his first goals of the year, and Roger Mitchell pac- ed the Drumheller attack with two each. Singles were added by Merlin Melanowski, Jim Dennis Wallis, Gary Smith, Garth Morgan, Bruce Small and Ron Rose. Steve Tinordi with two, Darryl Sutler, Ron'Weiland, Terry Witlchen and Gord Gustafson replied for Red Deer. Rustlers led 3-2 after the first. period but Drumheller fired four unanswered second- period goals to gain control. Falcons received strong goaltending from Dan Shearer as Red Deer held a 48-34 edge in shots on.goal, mainly due to the Falcons drawing 13 of the game's 20 minor penalties. Wednesday, January 15, 1975 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD 9 LCC Kodiaks, Kodiettes host Mount Royal, SAIT Help Bareback bronc rider Danny O'Haco of Ari- zona is starting the 1975 rodeo season off the hard Way as he goes out the back door on a bareback bronc at the Denver Stock Show rodeo. Cowboys throughout the United States and Canada use the Denver rodeo as the first rodeo of their season. All have dreams of getting a huge chunk of the over million in prize money that will be offered this year at rodeos across North America. By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Basketball fans in Southern Alberta will get the opportuni- ty Friday and Saturday to see the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks and Kodiettes in action for the first time at the LCC gym in 1975. Friday night at. the Kodiettes will tangle with the Mount Royal College girls team from Calgary while the Kodiaks will hit the floor at against the Mount Royal Cougars. Saturday afternoon the girls once again start things rolling as they take on SAIT at one o'clock. At o'clock the Kodiaks meet the SAIT men's squad. While the Mount Royal Cougars may lack height they use what they have extremely well. The Cougars, who will represent Alberta in the Canada Winter. 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SAIT may have a former Kodiak in their line-up in the person of Alec Dudas. Dudas is now attending SAIT and it's a matter of whether or not his tt f Kodiettes but registration papers get filed re, heavil n the in time for him to play here. If he is in the lineup the JOHN JASIUKIEWICZ stated. "We look for a solid team effort from every one of our players. I never have any doubts about going to my bench, we have the ability a fast start in conference play and have broken the century mark in point scoring a number of times this year. "When a girls team hits over 100 you know they have shooting Linderman said." He added that the girls are putting up a lot of shots and are improving with every game. "They also have added some bench strength this semester as he said. Shirley Yuill is the big point Kodiaks defence will have to comesup with the big game to stop his outside shooting. SAIT have plenty of hustle on the court but are han- dicapped by the lack of height. "We should be able to con- trol the boards against coach Brooks predicted. Dave Preus and Wayne Anderson will be aided by Greg Hess and Glen Schuler in trying to keep control of the boards at both ends for the Kodiaks. They will also be relied on to add much of the scoring punch. Diminutive John Jasiukiewicz is expected to be the quarterback for the potent Kodiak running attack, feeding the ball to Hess, Preus, Anderson or Curtis Travis. The Kodiaks are looking for Dave Peterson and. Bruce Hamilton to come up with strong games and will be rely- ing heavily on their depth. "Our club relies on no one coach Brooks abilities of Shellee Reeder and Brenda Lazarick. They also look to Val Charteris and Nancy Jensen in the rough going. The Kodiaks have their sights set on representing the Four-West in the first ever Canadian College basketball championships in Calgary March 21 and 22. 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