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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 25, 1975 Book your European Charter Now Fllibls to London-Amslerdim-Frinklurt For all your travel arrangements contact Art Williams Travel Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 -The Hcwld- Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. LOW uwtf nti MTMI tttu Alkvte PfcOM (403) 3M-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES take in game at Sportsplex Lethbridge, Saskatoon battle to 6-6 deadlock Friday By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield was torn between experiencing pleasure and disappointment after his team's 6-6 tie with the Saskatoon Blades Friday night at the Sportsplex. Ingarfield was pleased about his club's improvement over their Wednesday night showing against Kamloops and also pleased with the way the Broncos never gave up, moving from behind to take a short lived lead in the third period. However, the Bronco mentor was definitely disappointed with his club for blowing a three goal first period lead and a one goal lead in the third period with only four minutes remaining. "The game was a great improvement over Ingarfield stated, "but I'm not happy with the letdown we had in the second period that enabled the Blades to come back. But then you have to hand it to our boys for hanging in there. They never gave up." While it wasn't a classic hockey game from a coach's point of view, Ingarfield conceded that it was probably the most ex- citing game of the year for the fans. Broncos opened quickly and by the end of the first period had built up a 3-0 lead. The Blades completely reversed things in the second as they came out hitting and by the close of the period the game was tied up 4-4. Lethbridge had a 6-5 lead late in the third stanza but it was short lived as the Blades tied things up 32 seconds later. Bryan Trottier fired home two goals for the locals while singletons went to Alec Tidey, Jerry Bancks, Doug Gillespie and Les Crozier. Besides his goal Bancks also chipped in with four assists. Neil Hawryliw scored twice for the Blades and Ron Valade, Bernie Federko, Wes George and Danny Arndt picked up a goal apiece. Trottier opened the scoring with a short handed goal with Gillespie sitting out an interference call. After being waved out of the face off circle Trottier positioned himself in the slot. Sutler got the draw back to the high scoring Bronco and he popped it home. Gillespie's power play goal was a blistering slap shot that hit Bill Oleschuk on the pads'but had enough force to trickle through to make it 2-0. Crozier closed out the scoring in the first stanza when his attempted pass hit a skate and bounced back onto his stick. He fired a wrist shot past Oleschuk from deep in the slot. Saskatoon followed the Bronco example of the first period and came out hitting and playing positional hockey in the second period and within 11 minutes had themselves a 4-3 lead. Wes George opened the scoring for the Blades when he banged home his own rebound off Lethbridge goaltender Rollie Boutin's glove. Within two and a half minutes Arndt scored the second Blade goal as he swept past Boutin and backhanded a shot that trickled through the sprawling goalie's pads into the net. Hawryliw then scored two in a row as he connected both times with point blank shots from in front of the Lethbridge net. Both goals came as a result of faulty clearing by the Broncos. Broncos quit hitting in the second stanza and the Blades took the momentum away. It wasn't until the middle stages of the third period that the Broncos started to control the play once again. Bancks was selected as the game's first star, while Hawryliw was given the nod as the second star. Trottier picked up the number three vote. LOOSE PUCKS In the only fight of the night Trottier scored a two punch win over Blades' Peter Goertz the fight came as a result of lack of action on referee Murray Harding's part after three successive scuffles in front of Blade goalie Bill Oleschuk Oleschuk seemed to feel he had a free reign in harrassing his former teammates both goaltenders made a number of brilliant saves despite the highscoring contest. Boutin's stop on Fred Williams' slap shot in the dying minutes of the game was a classic there were at least 20 blue blazered Blade boosters in the crowd the Blade fans flew in with the club on a special excursion rate promoted by the team. until the Broncos fired in six goals last night Oleschuk had only allowed five goals in his previous three games Broncos experienced real problems trying to move out of their own end early in the third period due to the fine fore checking by the Blades... the tie still leaves the Blades with a 13 point bulge on the Broncos who hold down second spot... the next game for the Broncos is Sunday night at home against the Edmonton Oil Kings. BILL GROENEN photo and end to the Bladef to BRONCOS' BRYAN TROTTIER LOOKS LONGINGLY AT PUCK JUST OUT OF HIS AND GOALTENDER BILL OLESCHUK'S sprawling Oleschuk to cap off the Bronco power. play attack. Valade didn't waste any time getting the Blades back into he lead firing home a slap shot from 25 feet out at the 111 1 mark of the third period. Kll 1 1 fl ffcCfC Bancks waited until the mark before he managed to MJ U J. J, VrSiO V H.J.J.J.V> fiid. J.J. J.V> knot things up, scoring on a delayed penalty call to a Blade Jefenceman. Tidey then put the Broncos one up much to the delight of the fans on hand, with a bullet like drive from 1 1 1 1 1 M. 9 TB M. M. _ he slot. I. OUl JjUttG The local supporters' joy was short lived however as Vr J-F H. TIRE SPORT SCORES "'ederko came right back down the ice off the faceoff and tied Churchil hings up. And that's why it ended 6-6. Bulldogs used star forwar Hitting was the key to the Bronco success in the first period p BMirkovich to good ad jut for some unknown reason, even to coach Ingarfield, the vantage Friday nignt as tne_ took a 55-52 overtime wi from Magrath Zeniths i BRONCOS 6 SASKATOON 6 Southern Alberta 4A hig First Period: 1. Lethbridge. Trotlier (Sutler) 2. Lethbridge. Gillespie school basketball play. (Bancks, Delbrme) 3. Lelhbridge. Crozier (Bancks) Penalties Mirlmuioh nrtpH un 1 Johnson L 2-37, Gillespie L Faderko S MirKOVlcn racKea up i Second Period: 4. Saskatoon, George (Smith, Williams) 5. points for the Bulldogs, Wh Saskatoon, Arndi {D. Chapman, Klassen) 6. Saskatoon, Hawryliw trailed 28-27 at the half bef or (Federko) 7. Saskatoon. Hawryliw (Federko. Valade! Lethbridge, coming back to tie the gam Troll er (Bancks. Regier) Penallies Sutler L Henderson L 40 jo tup nf rpm, latin Hofirr.eyer S Smith S n-suiduu Third Period: 9. Saskatoon, Valade (R. Chapman) 10. Lethbrirjge. time. Bancks (Bucyk, Tidey) 11. Lethbridge. Tidey (Bucyk, Bancks) 12. Ron Marker led the Zenith Saskatoon. Federko (Valade. Hawryliw) Penalties Trottier L, Goertz S wjth 16 points while Doi majors) Boutin L (served by Jobson) MeheW added 14 Saskatoon 91413-36 In the other varsity gam< .ethbridge 13 1-t Friday, Raymond Comet Goal Oleschuk. Saskatoon; Boutin, Lethbridge. picked up their fourth win ii Attendance-- six starts as they jumped Rod Ririe hooped 22 points I for the winners while Brian Saleski replied with 17 for the f Mastiffs, i Raymond Wildcats got 12 i points from Dave Williams as i they dumped Catholic Central Flyers 50-39. Tim Gross had 12 I points in a losing cause, j In the Lethbridge High 3 School Girls' League, the LCI i Clipper Queens moved to i within one victory of an undefeated season by downing i Winston Churchill Griffins 45-i 26. Connie Frouws led the Clipper Queens with 18 points i while Barb Payne added 13. i Debbie Bosch was tops for Churchill with 13 points. The LCI girls can finish off i their undefeated season at home on Wednesday if they beat the Catholic Central i Cittens in the final league contest, i In the Southwest Conference Friday night, Terry Hanna capped off a brilliant comeback effort by the Picture Butte Sugar Kings when he scored at the buzzer to give the Kings a 52-50 win over Coaldale's Kate Andrews Gaels. The Gaels had led 28-16 broke out from a 23-23 Brown notcned IB points tie at the half to take a 45-41 apiece as Fort'-Macleod WESTERN CANADA WORLD ASSOCIATION decision from Milk River Meteors dumped Vauxhall Vi- EMiem Division Canadian Comets. Queens by a 50-18 in another Saskaloofi 24 8 221 154 66 Quebec 28 16 0 ise 142 56 Rob MacOdrum rimmed 18 game Friday. Lethbridge ..20 19 319019343 Toronto 2319 218616648 f MO In RiV6r' 1 vaTT J? 1 S also got 10 points from Hay chinooks took a 21-8 lead into HinFion 11 27 7 IGO 254 29 Winnipeg ....18 20 2 155 138 38 Derochie. Gord Elliott had 14 the dressing room at halftime Winnipeg ....10 29 815726528 Eastern Division points.for the Comets. and coasted to a 48-12 win over cieveiano" 23 III 39 In junior varsity action, Miik River Novas. Victoria .....33 11 4 289 176 70 chicag0 ,7 25 i 145 167 35 Stirling was pushed to the Coryl Schuler had 14 points MedHat 2812 323715259 32 310418523 final moments of the game narp thp winnpri Kamloops ...25 15 421317154 Western Division before taking their seventh TSr W ac- SS "iS I? 5? 1 is 1 IS III II straight contest without a tion, Lundbreck Sabres turned Calgary 730 715024721 22 19 i 143 140 45 loss, a 38-36 win over W. K. the tables on Coalhurst Celtics Minnesota ...22 20 0 175 145 44' Myers. in tne seconfj half as they NATIONAL LEAOUE Baltimore.... 13 2? 310717929 Mark Steed had U points for came 'back from a 24-21 deficit Patrick Diviilon Stirling while Derek Shaw tn K L T F A Pii Vancouver 4 Atlanta i was thp iramp'q Men scorer r, Philadelphia .30 10 6 166 99 66 California 6 Toronto i was me games mgn scorer Mike Cornish racked up 26 Hangers.. ..24 12 9191.14257 Worid with 18 points in a losing ints for while' Atlanta 2019 913213549 Minnesota 7 Toronto 5 cause. Gary Cravford added 15 islanders .18 17 11 152 127 47 Edmonton 7 Houston 5 Cameron French fired in 18 Gordjon was tops Smyth. Division points to lead Kate Andrews th CelUcs witn 16 polnts_ Vancouver ..24 19 5 162 150 53 Veslern Canad, Wildcats to a 41-22 triumph In pincher Crefik st ..22 20 4 154 134 48 g over Picture Butte Bears, Michael's Dragons got 19 M 37 J "S 15 28 N.W w.simin.tw 4 Regin. a while Fort Macleod Ansons points from Marcel Hofstein Kansas !o 31 i 113 194 24 Saskatoon 6 Le.hbndge 6 downed Vauxhall 37-14 in the and another 18 from Rob Fritz Norri, Dlvi.im jJS.r otner games. as they edged the Nobleford LOS Angeles .27 712157 9366 Calgary 10 Taber 2 Kate Andrews Larks edged BiafjPS 55.43. Montreal ....26 8 13 214 131 65 BASKETBALL Picture Butte Sugar Queens The win moved" St. Mike's Pittsburgh ...18 17 10 185 171 46 B" 35-31 in girls' play as they took into sole possession of first SLo'n' 3 1 IK ?i Boston 96 Kansas City-Omaha 87 their eighth win without a th. twn ci..b, had wMnmgion...j js s 11 105 NBW York.99 loss. been tied Tl records Ad.m. Division Houston 95 Milwaukee 91 Bonnie Stanko had 14 ooints I records 30 2013757 Chicago 86 Seattle 81 1 Tfh.Iart. Boston 25 13 8 "2 58 113 Allanta 103 to lead the Larks while Art steinberger had 17 Toronto .17 23 7 158 187 41 Los Angeles no New Orleans ioa Warren replied with 12 for pojnts jn a losing cause while California... 12 29 913619633 Portland 119 Philadelphia 97 Picture Butte. Trevor Esau added 12 for to a 36-17 nalttime lead STAMPEDE WRESTLING ssu0''1-1" Cent a EXHIBITION PAVILION Mark DeMeester paced the 1AM IT fl-in D M Comets with 12 points whiU MON., JAN. ZA O.4U r.WI. Mark Williams chipped ii GRUDOE TAG TBAM MATCH! with 11. LARRY LANE MARK LEWIN vs The Cougars got 10 point BIG JOHN QUINN A KING CURTIS IAUKEA from Ray Macidey HAYES vs STRONG RAMIREZ vs HITO jn junior varsity action KELLY TWINS vs FRANKIE LANE LES THORNTON Magrath Eagles moved into i CALLENDER vs IVEY second place tie with the idl< LCI Colts by thumpinf Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Winston Churchill Mastiffs CROSS COUNTRY SKI CLINIC AND TOUR FEB. 1 st and MARCH 1 st Total cost (inclusive) without equipment and with your own equipment Pre Ski .Inn. 29rh, S p.--n. Bussed to either Westcaslle fli JJ-x'JiChiw 3k; Haws or Pad Rock Clothing, Equipment and Waxing Instructors: Slv Smithson, Leave A.M. Clinic Centre p. Stockdale, R. Huile Return same day t Tour leader: J. H. 's last second heroics gave him 34 points for the night, and Kevin Sauer added 10 points for Picture Butte. George Low paced Coaldale with 14 points while Leonard Boras managed 12. The comeback win enabled Picture hang on to a first place tie with Fort Macleod Flyers, who bested Vauxhall Vikings 60-33 in another contest Friday. Both clubs sport 7-1 records. Jack Lemire poured in 25 points for the Flyers, who led 32-17 at the half, while Ben Janz had 12 for Vauxhall. Third place W. R. Hester and (jinny In the other boys' game, _ .Larry Bennett scored 16 f nnP'nnt'ri points to lead the Matthew i 1 11 HaUon Hawks (o a 57 ]8 wjn over Cfowsnest Panthefs. 1 Their female counterparts, teaiUS 1OS6 theHomets, also had an easy over Crowsnest, downing VANCOUVER (CP) The the Pandas 50-12 behind the University of British Colum- 14 point performance of bia Thunderbirds broke open a Sharon, Sorgic. close game in the second half Elsewhere, Nobleford Friday night as they dumped Bladettes extended their University of Lethbridge record to an unblemished M Pronghorns 72-49 in Canada with a 50-43 win over St. West men's basketball action.- Michael's Dragonettes. League scoring leader Steve Shelley Konynenbelt paced Pettifer racked up 27 points the winners with 16 points for the T-Birds while team- while Lorna Sulava had 12 in HOCKEY ACTION LETHBRIDQE BRONCOS vs EDMONTON OIL KINGS Sunday, Jan. 26th 7P.M. LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX SKI CLINIC APPLICATION ADDRESS PHONE Have you skied before? YES d NO the league leaders by edging Stirling Lakers 55-53 in Stirling. Keith Jensen scored 15 points for the winners while Scott Levirie paced the Lakers with Ralph Turner added 15. losing cause. Phil Letham led the locals In Coalhurst, Gerry Price with 14 points while Richard notched 22 points and Debbie 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 vVfl III Foggo chipped in with 12. Delinte added 19 to lead In the women's game, UBC Lundbreck Sabrettes to a 53-44 Thunderettes built up a huge triumph over the Celettes. 41-12 halftime lead and went Grace Ruttan led Coalhurst rrnnrhnnr 7f Stfff'T ln 1ft Do you have your own equipment? YES D NO SEND FORM OR APPLY TO: GOTSCHNASKIHAUS 1287 3rd S., ;