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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Book your European Charter Now For ill your Irivtl iri'ingementi contact Art Williams Travel Ctnln Village Mill Phone 328-3201 Third Section The tethbridge Herald Lethbrldge, Alberta, Wednesday, January 22, 1975 LeiWf Level 7th it MMMring Mill nun 3U.7411 FILING CABINETS Pages 25-36 Pat Sullivan Chiefs have been troublesome Lethbridge Broncos are still one player under the allowed limit of 19, and things don't look to change at least before this weekend.. Broncos, currently in second place in the eastern division of the Western Canada Hockey League, play host to the very tough Kamloops Chiefs tonight at the Sportsplex at eight o'clock. Once again the locals will go into the game short-handed. Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield must be getting used to it by now. "We haven't had a rash of he admits. "But they have been to key players, that's what hurts the most." What Ingarfield is, of course, is first the loss of centre Greg Woods with a broken shoulder. "Things were just starting to fall into place when that said the coach. Then, with Woods on the shelf, Stan Jensen tears the ligaments in his knee and goes under the knife. Jensen, it can be just hitting his stride on a line with Woods and Ron Delorme and then bingo, two thirds of the Broncos' second line is gone. But the biggest hurt'of all was the loss of left winger Brian Sutler in the All-Star game at Victoria. Myers (Tim) has given us good news regarding Sutler, we says a concerned Ingarfield. "The doctor feels lhat it's cartilage trouble and that Sutler could be back in the lineup as early as Ihis weekend. Woods will be in uniform for Ihe firsl time in eight weeks tonight againsl the Chiefs. This time lasl year, a visit by the Kamloops Chiefs was con- sidered a gift of two poinls. The Chiefs went Ihe enlire 1973-74 season wilhoul a win on Ihe road. Ingarfield can sympathize with Kamloops officials. The Broncos-haven'l been shutout away from home bul Ihey are also having Iheir troubles winning away games. "But thal's another says Ingarfield. The story tonighl will be facing up lo a tough assignment for the Broncos. It can be said lhal Ihe Broncos have nol enjoyed all lhat much success with the Chiefs and yet have nol really been oul of the Iwo games Ihey have lost to the Kamloops club. Kamloops made its only other visit to the Sporlsplex, Tuesday, Oct. 8.1 can recall the night because it was Ihe firsl lime Ihis year I have seen Ingarfield visibly upsel. Ingarfield can keep his cool in most instances but thai nighl Ihings gol a little oul of hand and il hurt Ihe locals. Murray Harding was the referee and he saw fit to keep the Broncos shorthanded Ihrough mosl of Ihe third period. Ingarfield admitted thai the locals were not playing that well. Bul Ihey only trailed 2-1 when Harding gave Brian Sutler a match penalty for having adhesive tape on his thumb and then a bench penally. Hislory shows the Chiefs scored twice while the Broncos were two men short and that was it. In Kamloops, with Ihe score lied al 3-3 the Chiefs scored the winner while Lethbridge goalie Rollie Boutin was laid out cold on Ihe ice. Ingarfield, again had lo admil il was a slrange one lhal nighl too. "But, agrees Ihe coach, "you can'l do anything aboul whal has gone past Right now we have to look to come up big against the Chiefs tonighl." In the back of his mind, I would think, is also the weekend tussles, first with Saskatoon Blades Friday and Edmohlon Oil Kings Sunday. McQuarrie rolling, enters 'A9 final DRUMHELLER (Special) Myrna McQuarrie of Lelhbridge defeated Sharon Grigg of Medicine Hat 10-8 in the A event of the Soulhern Alberta women's curling final Tuesday night; The McQuarrie rink advanced to the A final today against Arthena Fleming of Calgary, who defeated Ann Weibe of Roll- ing Hills 12-6. In Ihe B evenl, June Scott'of Red Deer downed Joan Lewis of Calgary 9-1, Ev Patterson of Okotoks beat Joan Mick of Oyen 10-7, Polly Beaton of Medicine Hat defeated Joan Hart of Calgary 10-6 and Pat Hawkins of Calgary beat Eileen Reach of Fort Macleod 8-6. Earlier McQuarrie defeated defending champion Bealon of Medicine Hat. 9-7. Grigg defeated Jeannie Richardson of Olds 9-3 and Wiebe downed Reach 11-4. Hart won out over Scott 9-5 and Fleming outlasted Hawkins 8-5. Meanwhile in Red Deer, Phyl Crist defeated Kay Thubron 8-3 in the all Calgary A evenl final of the Southern Alberta Senior Women's curling cham- pionships Tuesday. II was the second win of the day for the Crist rink. Earlier, Ihey downed Doris Falconer of Forl Macleod 12-6 in Ihe A evenl semi final. Thubron joins Rose Tallman gf Taber, Kay Redding of Lethbridge, and defending provincial champion Dorothy Shields of Medicine Hat among rinks slill alive in the B event. Shields also won twice Tuesday, 8-4 over June Taylor of Carstairs, and 9-5 over Tina'Hubbs of Medicine Hat. Tallman slayed alive by whipping Phyt BissiUion of. Calgary 14-6, and Redding eliminated Falconer from the double knockout competition by winning 13-7. In Edmonton, defending Alberta cham- pion Marilyn Johnston of St. Albert and Iwo other one time provincial champions will head the six team Edmonton delega- tion to the Northern Alberta Women's Curling compelition thai opens in Camrose Thursday. Johnston qualified from B section of the 40 rink Edmonton competilion with a 6-4 decision over two time national winner Gale Lee. Lee, along wllh Iwo time provincial champion Betty Cole, came back to win the final two spots from C section Tuesday morning. Lee dropped Alice Kmech 9-4 in nine ends while Cole defeated Maureen Bird 7-4. II is the sixth time in seven years thai Cole has skipped a rink into the northern playdown. Two first time zone representalives are among Ihe Ihree remaining learns from the Edmonton area. They are Louise Sweluk, who emerged from B with a 10-6 Iriumph over clubmale Stella Hazlell, and Myrna Seeman of Sherwood Park, who won four straighl in A section, including a 10-9 triumph over Hazlett. Joyce Chrislenson also swept Ihrough A section with five straighl wins lo take her second straight zone berth. She won il wilh a 9-6 decision over Lee. Senior Apps simply thrilled MONTREAL name Syl Apps is in Ihe Nalional Hockey League's all- star record book again. Apps, a centre wilh Pitts- burgh Penguins, won an au- tomobile after he was selected most valuable player in Tuesday night's annual all- star game as his Iwo-goal per- formance helped the Prince of Wales Conference lo a 7-1 roul of Ihe Clarence Campbell Conference. Apps' performance came in his first .'all-star appearance and 28 years after his famous father, then a centre with Toronto Maple Leafs; had TOTAL STOCK REDUCTION! OFF ALL MERCHANDISE THE STORE JAN. 22, 23, 24 (FIXTURES INCLUDED) MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY 421 -5th St. S. (1971 Ltd.) Phone 327-4951 scored a goal and assisted on another as his club dropped a 4-3 decision to Ihe NHL All- Slars. And Syl of Toronto fame was on hand lo see his son win Ihe accolades. "I've never had a bigger so proud of my son and so happy I was here to see the elder Apps said as he stood at the dressing room door. "I've had lots of thrills in hockey, bul this is one of the greatest." Bul il was as great a thrill for the son, because he was not one of the 12 members of the Prince of Wales crew voted to the team. The younger Apps was among several players added .to the original 12 by coach Bep Gtiidolin. So were right winger Terry O'Reilly of Boston lale sub- Medical personnel to meet A final briefing session for all medical volunteers associated with the Canada Winter Games will be held Thursday from 7 -10 p.m. at the Nurses Auditorium in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. The session will be for all doctors, dentisls, nursing slaff, SI. John's personnel, physiotherapists, trainers and para medical personnel who have volunteered to serve dur- ing the Games. A final taping clinic will be given, instructed by Alex Recsky and his associates from the Calgary Stampeder football club. stitule for team-male John Luce of Buffalo Sabres and Darryl Sittler of Toronto. Thai trio responded in similar all scored goals in Iheir inilial all-star appearances. A pair of old hands, defen- ceman Bobby Orr and centre Phil Esposito of the Bruins, added the other goals for the winners. It was Orr's firsl goal in seven all-star appearances and Esposito's second in the same number of games. Defenceman Denis Potvin of New York Islanders was the lone scorer for the losers. Each member of the winn- ing side received J500, with each going to Ihe losers. WALES 7 CAMPBELLS 1 period: 1. Prince of Wales. Apps (Johnston, Vadnais) 2. Prince of Wales, Luce (O'Reilly, Supere) 3. Prince of. Wales, Sittler (Lafleur) 4. Campbell, Potvin (Unger) Penalties None. Sacond period: 5. Prince of Wales, Esposito (Lalleur, Murdoch) Penalties Vickers Luce Harper Third period: Prince of Wales, Apps (Robert, Martin) 7. Prince of Wales, O'Reilly 8. Prince of Wales, Orr (Lafleur, Sittler) Penalties Watson Clarke Shoti on goal by Campbell 10 9 Prince of Wales 14 Goal Parent, Smith, Campbell; Vachon, Dryden, Prince of Wales. Attendance Broncos at home to Chiefs, t Cougars slapped by Kings Lethbridge Bronco fans will get their first look at recently acquired Terry Bucyk this evening at the Sportsplex when the Kamloops Chiefs come calling. There will also be an extra treat in store for the Bronco boosters, Greg Woods will be back in uniform after what seems like a season? Game time tonight is eight o'clock. An exhibition Bantam "B" game is slated for a start. Meanwhile, Bucyk played in his first game last Friday in Calgary and scored his initial marker as a Bronco. Coach Earl Ingarfield has him play- ing on a line with Bryan Trot- tier and Alec Tidey. Bucyk, normally a right winter, is as Ingarfield described him, big and tough and able to play either wing. "We knew Terry was a good hockey player when we got .him from the Oil said Bucyk's new. coach. "He'll help us." Victoria Cougars suffered their worst defeat of the West- ern Canada Hockey League season Tuesday night with a 9- 2 loss to Brandon Wheat Kings. In the only other league game, Medicine Hat Tigers kept Winnipeg Clubs on their losing streak by dumping the club 11-1. The game also saw Victoria coach Pat Ginnell ejected dur- ing a dispute with referee Murray Harding of Winnipeg late in the second period. "I'm going to phone (league president) Ed Chynoweth and tell him that under no circum- stances will my team play an- other, game that Harding Ginnell said after the game. BRANDON 9 VICTOHIA 2 Firil period: 1. Brandon. Bligh (McMullln) 2. Brandon, Brad bury (Bonner, Melnyk) Penalties Miazga V Murray B Clackson V Second period: 3. Brandon Stoughton 4. Brandon, Brad- bury (Anderson) 5. Victoria .Lapolnte (Miazga) 6. Brandon Bradbury Penalties Gustafson V Murray B Guslalson V Williams V Sanderson V (minor, major, Plche B Victoria bench minor (served by Martin) Clackson V (minor, Murray B Victoria bench minor (served by Bowles) Third period: 7. Brandon. Blight (Anderson, Bradbury) 8. Vic- toria, Lucas (Brldgman, Lapolnts) 9. Brandon, McMullln (Blight; Bradbury) 10. Brandon, Bonar (Bradbury, Parker) 11. Bran- don, Kaluznlak (McMullln, Blight) Penalties Mullett B Clackson V V (minor, Murray B (major) Gloeckner V (double minor, game Martin V (double major, game Miazga V (double major, game Clackson V (double major, double game mis- Parker B (double major, game Melnyk B (double major, game Piche B (double major, game misconduct) Shots on goal by Victoria 9 6 Brandon 19 12 Ooai Simpson, Leslie, Victoria; Peterson, Brandon. MEDICINE HAT 11 WINNIPEG 1 Flril period: 1. Medicine Hat, Max- -The Herald Sports well (Sanche) 2. Medicine Hat. Vaughn (Murdoch, Vaydik) 3, Winnipeg, Samls (O'Sulllvan) 4. Medicine Hat, Sanche (Vaydik) 5. Medicine Hal, Dean (Vaydik. Vaughn) Penalties Durrand MH Samls W Bast MH Lomas MH Second period: 6. Medicine Hat, Hill (Lomas) 7. Medicine Hat. Vaydik (Maxwell) 8. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Lukowlch. 9. Medicine Hat, Dean (Vaydik) Penalties Dean MH Vann W, Surge MH (minors, majors) Baumgartner W Third period: 10. Medicine Hat. Maxwell (Dean. Vaydik) 11. Medicine Hat, Lomas (Lukowlch, Sanche) 12. Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Vaughn) Penalties Samls W Carroll MH Shoti on goal by Medicine Hat 15 13 Winnipeg 8 17 Goal Farwell. Wlediclne Hat; Bannerman, Molleken, Winnipeg. Attendance 474. GREG WOODS HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICES2979 Preservlced F.O.B. Lethbridge McPhearson struts .suspension front and rear Gas mileage you won't believe 2 and 3 door models Front wheel drive 4 speed transmission, full syncromesh Overhead camshaft motor Before you buy any economy car, you owe it to yourself to tett drive Honda Civic. 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