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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Blades invade Sportsplex, Broncos looking for win Hustle won't be assigned any particular jersey tonight when the Lethbridge Bron- cos host Saskatoon Blades in Western Canada Hockey League action at the Spotsplex. Hustle had better be in every jersey for the Broncos tonight. Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Broncos watched his club out hustled Wednesday night 8-4 by Kamloops Chiefs, he is not looking forward to a repeat performance. Ingarfield indicated that tonight's game is a big one for the locals. "It's one of those four point he says. What he means is that a win moves the Broncos two points closer to the Blades in the battle for top spot in the league's eastern division. A loss drops the Broncos two more back, in other words a difference of four points. Simple, isn't it? What is simple, however, is the fact that the Broncos must play better than they did Wednesday. The locals got what is referred to as "a bad one out of their system." Hopefully their system is clear for tonight. Ingarfield is not expected to make any drastic changes for the game. He will start Rollie Boutin in goal in place of Glen Anweiler who was in the nets Wednesday. His forward lines will not be finalized until just before game time. "A lot will depend on the condition of Greg said Ingarfield. Woods, who was on the shelf for eight weeks with a broken shoulder, was hit hard Wednesday. Ingarfield said that he did not reinjure the shoulder but may have a muscle spasm because of the inactivity of the shoulder. Brian Trottier, Brian Sutler and Ron Delorme will form one forward line for the Broncos while Woods is expected to play between terry Bucyk at left wing and right winger Alec Tidey. The Hne of Jerry Bancks, Gary Wagner and Les Crozier has been going well of late and if need be Ingarfield can go to the bench for Archie Henderson or Steve Lee. Six defencemen, John Lutz, Don John- son, Wade Smith, Doug Gillespie, Darcy Regier. and Russ Hall will man the blueline. Game time this evening is set for eight o'clock. Broncos will stay right at home for a Sunday visit from the Edmonton Oil Kings. Murdoch fires three more By The CANADIAN PRESS Right winger Don Murdoch scored three goals to pace Medicine Hat Tigers to a 6-3 win over Kamloops Chiefs in one of three Western Canada Hockey League games Thurs- day night. In other action, Victoria Cougars blanked Winnipeg Clubs 6-0 and Brandon Wheat Kings edged New West- minster Bruins 2-1. Murdoch, the league's leading goal-scorer this season, now has 54 goals, and his efforts helped to open a seven-point spread between the Tigers and the third-place Chiefs in the Western Di- Sons beat Pass 11-1 Mark Scheibner scored three goals to lead the Lethbridge Native Sons to an 11-1 win over the Pass Junior' Blues. Greg Kueder and Ken Klinkhammer scored two goals apiece for the winners while Joe Meli, Ron Simmons, Albert Dumont and Glen Scheibner picked up singletons. The lone Pass goal was scored by Wade Bloomer. Sons led 3-0 at the end of the first and second periods but scored eight goals in the third. There were 16 minor penalties called in the game. Jim Bertram, Tom Bast and Greg Vaydik also scored for the hometown Medicine Hat team, while Reg Kerr, Neil Lyseng and Don Moores replied for Kamloops. In Winnipeg, it was hardly a contest between the Cougars, first in the Western Division, and the Clubs, last in the East. Goaltender Bob Leslie turn- ed in his first shutout of the season as the Cougars built up period leads of 2-0 and 5-0. Tim Williams scored two goals, with one each going to Mel Bridgman, Greg Miazga, Dan Lucas and Jim Gustaf- son. The win was the first for Victoria following a loss that ended a streak of nine outings without a defeat. In Brandon, rookie centre Dan Bonar led the Wheat Kings to their narrow win over the Bruins. Bonar and New West- minster's Harold Phillipoff traded goals in the opening period, and Bonar scored what proved to be the winner in the second. BRANDON 2 NEW WEST 1 First period: 1. New Westminster. Phillipoff (Cameron, Shymr) 2. Brandon, Bonar (McMuiiin, Blight) Penalties Maxwell NW Cameron NW Phiflipoff NW Second period: 3. Brandon, Bonar (Blight) Penalties Melnyk B Bradbury B Third period: No scoring. Penalties Sleep NW (misconduct) Shots on goal by New West. 16 15 Brandon 17 9 Goal Laxton, New Westminster; Hanlon. Brandon. AttentJance MEDICINE HAT 6 KAMLOOPS 3 First period: 1. Medicine Hat, Mur- doch (Maxwell) 2. Medicine Hat, Bertram (Hill) 3. Kamloops, Kerr (Lyseng) 4. Kamloops, Lyseng (Kerr, Moores) Penalties Dean MH Melrose K Second period: No scoring. Penalties Melrose K Dean MH 'Dyer K (double Lane MH Lyseng K Robinson K Third period: 5. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Maxwell. Vaughan) 6. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Sanche, Maxwell) 7. Kamloops, Moores (Gassoff. Zinger) 8. Medicine Hat, Bast (Dean) 9. Medicine Hat. Vaydik (Dean, Maxwell) Penalties Lukowloh MH Dyer K Shots on goal by Kamloops 12 13 Medicine Hat 15 9 Goal Earp, Kamloops; Holland. Medicine Hat. Attendance Hairpiece for Gay lord Gaylord Perry of Cleveland Indians gets ready for a banquet Thursday. Top left is how he looked at the start while at the bottom is the finished product. Kiner thanks Hank Greenberg VICTORIA 6 WINNIPEG 0 First period: 1. Victoria. Bridgman (Lucas, Peter) 2. Victoria, Miazga. (Hill) Penalties Blumenschein W Lapointe V Second period: 3. Victoria, Lucas (Morris, Lapointe) 4. Victoria, Gustatson 5. Victoria, Williams (Martin, Penalties Bowles V Bridgman V Allan W Eahin W, Martin V (major, misconduct) Fraser V Bridgman V Third period: 6. Victoria. Williams (Gustafson, Cairns) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Victoria 10 14 Winnipeg 5 17 Goal Leslie, Victoria; Molleken. Winnipeg. Attendance 1.010. SHOOTERS' SCOREBOARD! HAND-GUN SHOOTERS....TAKE NOTEUI The lethbridge'Fish I Gam. Pistol Club re-organized lor year 1975. At a meeting at the B.C.M.P. range last week an election! o! officers was held. Schneider, 1st Vice r Ray McMurren, 2nd Vice President-Henry Komadowski, Sec. Bobinec. L The club has good news for the members, permission has been! received from the "K" Division R.C.M.P. to shoot on Sunday! evenings as well as Tuesday evening. The times and place for the I Winter months for indoor pistol shooting are as follows: 7 7 "-m" Everyone is welcome to come and see what Is going on. All members win be glad to know that the President! snd his executives indicate that all efforts are being made to bringl the Indoor shooting, this season, up to Shooting Federation standards I There will also be some competitions this year: Ken Schneider! appears to be very enthusiastic as the new president, all he needs! is a few members to pitch in and they are off and running for 1975 I II the turn out last week was any Indication as to Interest for the! year, the Fish Game Pistol Shooters are in for a "Bang Up no pun intended! There must have been a total attendance of 30 or more. Any Pistol shooter, or person interested in becoming a pistol shooter can get in touch with any of the executive -members or drop in to Plainsman Sports any time at ail. Incidenlly, there Is an instructor available to the Novice Bill Karbashewskl last years president, attended the Shooting Federation Instructors class, hold in Calgary last fall, and is more than willing to help out. All you have 10 do is turn out. either Tuesday or Sunday and ask for a little help. Plainsman extends a big "Good Luck" to Ken Schneider and his executive for 1975 Amateur wrestling in Cardston There will be a sneak preview of the Canada Winter Games wrestl- ing competitions Satur- day at Cardston High School. Teams from Calgary, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Regina, and Browning, Montana, will compete in an amateur wrestling card beginning at 10 a.m. Featured will be six of the ten Alberta team wrestling members for the Winter Games. NEW YORK (AP) "The primary reason I'm said Ralph Kiner following his election into baseball's Hall of Fame, "is Hank Greenberg. "When he came over to Pittsburgh in 1947, he taught me how to be serious about baseball." The deal that brought was voted into the Hall in Pitt- sburgh was a unique oc- currence in the game's history; the joining-of home run champions. The veteran Greenberg had led the American League in homers for the fourth time with 44 for Detroit Tigers in 1946. Kiner was the National League's home run king with 23 for Pittsburgh in 1946, his rookie season. "He was not really serious about baseball at that Greenberg recalled Thursday following the announcement that the Baseball Writers Association of America had elected Kiner into the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y., giving him only one vote more than required. "The Pirates were a last- place club; and a lot of the guys on the team were there just to have a good Greenberg said. "Ralph was young and impressionable then, and he fell into that climate and environment. "I tried to convince him that he could be a great ballplayer and not just an or- dinary one. He had the swing, the quick wrists and a good stance at the plate." Greenburg spoke up when the Pirates' management decided to send Ralph back to the minor leagues early in the 1947 season, when he was in a woeful slump; "I went to Frank McKinney, the owner, and Roy Hainey, the general manager, and .tried to convince them that Ralph had great said Greenberg. "I asked them how could they send a guy who led the National League in home runs the previous year to the minors when they were a last-place club." Minor hockey Lethbridge Warriors out distanced the Lethbridge Elks 12 2 in Minor Hockey Week play Wednesday. The Warriors received four goals from Dave Jackson and two apiece from Bob Quinell and Dock Shardlow. Ken Bond, Ron Moser, Michelle Dumont and Bob Miles added single goals for the Warriors. Randy Syrene and Doug Roberts scored the only Elk goals. The two teams picked up seven minor penalties apiece. In Pee Wee action the Lethbridge Voyageurs dropped Coaldale Reps 7 -1. Rod Tomita scored twice FRIDAY, JAN. 24 At Civic Ice Centre p.m. PW Canucks-Sabres p.m. PW Flyers-Blues p.m. Pee Wee Mothers vs Sons p.m. M Royals-Comets SATURDAY, JAN. 25 At Adami leg Centra a.m. BB Lions-Eagles a.m. BB Rangers-Monarchs a.m. BB Bruins-Hornets p.m BB Blades-Rural Team BA Jets-Maple Leafs for the winners while singletons went to Robert Brown, Tony Pontarollo, Blair Spence, Allen Norlin and Jon McFadden. Gary Larcgue scored the lone Rep marker. Two third period goals by Clark Bosch lifted the Blades to a 4-4 tie with the Blazers in Bantam B hockey action Thursday. The two goals gave Bosch a hat trick for the evening, while Randy Vanee scored the other Blade goal. Allen Clampitt had a pair of markers-for the Blazers, while singles came off the sticks of Scott Parenteau and Dan Herauf. p.i p.m p.m p.m BA Jets-Maple Leafs 9A Maroons-Black Hawks BA Islanders Canadians p.m. Spud League A.C.T.-Vauxhall At Civic Ice Centre p.m. PW Bears-Plnios PW Perigins-Centennials p.m.'PW Vikings-Cardston At Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Labor Club Bees-Med. Hat Kinsmen p.m. Juvenile League Midget Elks-Vauxhall NFL faces full-scale investigations now, Federal drug agency believes woman APRIL I. II. III. IV. MAY I. II. III. JUNE Rsgan SMltjfSiM 8MJ8IIMI M.LMfhOH _ _ MLHIMlltldu 1. M.fistl 1. !__... Aggregate Jack Appleby 1. BfUjia 2. J. 3. K. 1. K.BT t.l.WR 3.- I. Mbnfal 2. G.fcp Aggregate George Jost 1. 2. ElrtWHi 3. I. l.hpi 2. J.MtMr 3. B.Jni 1.1.JM 2. 3. I.IHH I. M.Ymi 2. g.Miia 3. t.JM Aggregate Bill Anderson 1.1.Mra z. 3. g.MnMl I. 2. I.MnH 3. B.MtnM 1. t.MnM 2.1.MmM 3. t Iff, Aggregate G. Burger I. f.ftiM i. JtaMi 3. M.rimi 2. I.TKfin 3. i. i.Mtnm 2. LMIM 3. I. D. mHMMII I. I. asfn Frontiersman of the year award went to Bill Anderton GMI-PltlH Ml. PilM rjrlllffl.iStlck ffiltUl ait. cm SO (4. Ml. ULY looni.fcKii MytOHM.L. SOyi.lncllM.L EPTEMBER ra PLAINSMAN SPORTS Hlf Western Canada's leading sup- plier ol quality firearms, target equipment, reloading supplies, lightweight camping gear, com- plete gunsmithing service. THBHIDOI, ALTA. SHEILA KINO KINKOTKAt 101 DON MAKING AKT BOURNE ST. LOUIS (AP) A federal drug investigator said Thursday that a full scale investigation is warranted 'despite a refusal by Roxie Ann Rice to corroborate a story that she was a courier of drugs for professional foot- ball and basketball players. Thomas Maher, administrator of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in St. Louis, said the DBA considered Miss Rice's story "authentic" and her account to police warrants "a full scale investigation." The 19-year-old St. Louis girl has denied that she ever told police of a cross-country caper to carry drugs to various athletes on the advice of Major Charles Wren, assistant chief of detectives. "In the absence of an attorney, I felt I must take a protective role in her Maj. Wren said. "I do not want her to be exploited. He also said she refused to take a lie detector test or to talk to any one of several persons in the National Foot- ball League who remember some of the incidents related in a 39-page intra-departmenlal police memo. Maj. Wren has also refused to confirm that such a memo exists, saying only that he is investigating news reports. ARRESTED FOR FRAUD Miss Rice was arrested Jan. 4 on charges of defrauding an innkeeper and fraudulently using a credit card, believed to be stolen from Ken Houston, a defensive back for Washington Redskins. She is still in jail. The reports, leaked to the news media Tuesday, were based on Miss Rice's statement made during a six-hour session with St. Louis police and agents of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. The memo quoted Miss Rice as saying she was recruited to transport briefcases containing what she believed were narcotics to players in many NFL cities. The memo said Miss Rice posed as Dr. Andiza Juzang of Ghana and dealt with players on the Redskins, Houston Oilers, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals football teams. She said she was recruited by a woman she 'now believes lives in Miami, the memo said STAYED WITH HOUSTON Houston told the Washington Star-News that a Dr. Juzang, who claimed to be the daughter of an am- bassador, stayed at his Reston, Va., home for a couple of days. He said he agreed to let her slay as a favor to a woman who telephoned, saying she knew several other NFL players. He said that after she left, a pocket computer and a credit card were missing. Solomon Freelon, a reserve guard with the Oilers, also said he met Miss Rice, although said she showed him no drugs and he accepted her tale that she was a medical researcher from Ghana. Most NFL team spokesmen have declined comment on the investigation, but Detroit coach Rick Forzano said he had met Miss Rice. He said she called him in early December, asking for press credentials to a Lions game. When informed that Miss Rice had named eight of his players as clients, Forzano replied: "I can't believe that." The memo said Miss Rice also attended games of the ABA's Spirits of St. Louis and actually delivered drugs to two Spirits players at Long Beach, N.Y. Team officials have declined comment. Ill's who you know that counts Women's volleyball tournament Some of the top women's volleyball teams in Western Canada will be in Lethbridge this weekend for the Canada West University Athletic Association Women's Volleyball Championships. The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will host teams from UBC.U of Victoria, U of Alberta, U of Calgary, and U of Saskatchewan' in the two day tour- nament. Action gets underway at the U of L gym- nasium this afternoon at 3 p.m., with games running right through to 10 p.m. Competition resumes again Saturday morning at nine. 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He was five strokes behind Hubert Green and Larry Ziegler who had 66s. Miller had a 71. It was the first time in this season's nine rounds that Miller had failed to lead or share the lead. It was his first round in the 70s. The record-setting winner of the Phoenix and Tucson opens had to work hard to salvage his one-under-par. "I'm said Miller. "I kept my subpar string intact. I want to see how long I can keep it going." Jack Nicklaus also had a 71. Miller, Nicklaus and Green all played Cypress Point, the shortest and probably the easiest of the three par-72 courses being used. Ziegler was at Spyglass Hill. Two strokes back of the leaders were Ross Randall, North and veteran Gene Littler, tisd at 68. Randall and North played Cypress, Littler was at Spyglass. A 69 by Cesar Sanudo was the low score at Pebble Beach, the seaside course that will serve as the site for the final round Sunday. Sanudo was tied with Jerry McGee, at Cypress Point, and Tom Wat- son, at Spyglass. They all shift courses for the second and third rounds. Nines of 36 and 37 put To- ronto's George Knudson seven strokes behind the leaders with a total of 73 while Ben Kern of London, Orit., shot a 76. U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin blew to a 77 at Spyglass. BOYS' 8 GIRLS' Skate Exchange Coma Down and Swap Your Old SkatM On Another UMd Pair APPROX. EXCHANGE SKATE SPECIAL SAVE '40 Super C CCM Professional Hockey Skates Price 95 1070 FORD 2 Door Hardtop. Radio, auto. malic trans., power steering power brakes. 5P117A 1971 METEOR 4 Door. Fully equipped, including air conditioning. 5P161A 1070 MERCURY 4 Door, radio, automatic trans- power steering, power brakes. 5P95A 1074 BUICK CENTURY 2 Door, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 4CN74A 1074 OLDS CUTLASS 4 Door, radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. 4CN74A 1074 ELDORADO Fully equipped. I5P13A 1973 DODGE 2. Door H.T. Radio, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes. 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