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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Mondiy, Jinmry 27, 1975 Book your European Charter Now Flllkli to IjrioMMlwbfrFraiMvt For ill your trtvtl contact Art Williams Travel Centre Villia. Mill Phom 326-3201 -The Herald- Sports LETHBHIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Low Level 7td street Shopplne Hill Pkm (403) 321-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Chynoweth explains WCHL 'has not backed down at all9 BUCYK, HELPS CELEBRATE BANCKS' TYING GOAL BANCKS SHOWS OFF HIS FOUR GOALS Broncos rally from 5-1 setback to earn 7-7 draw Oil Kings didn't on Jerry By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Four goals by Jerry Bancks, two in the second period and two in the third, enabled the Lethbridge Broncos to overcome a 5-1 deficit and go on to earn a 7-7 tie with the Edmonton Oil Kings in a game played Sunday night at the Sportsplex. The Broncos were trailing 5-1 near the midway point of the second period when the Bronco forwards went to work after a goal by Alec Tidey narrowed the gap to 5-2. Two quick goals by Bancks brought the score to 5-4 at the period's close, after trailing 4-1 at the end of the first stanza. Bancks won the hearts of the fans present when he scored the Bronco's sixth and seventh goals of the night giving them the 7-7 tie. Bronco coach Earl Tngarfield was elated at the way his boys battled back. "This is the second game in a row the boys have come back after slow starts in the first period. While I'd like to see them get over their first period problems of late, I can't be more pleased with the fact that they never gave up and carne-back to tie it up." On, the sour side of things it was evident from Ingarfield's reactions on the bench that he was somewhat less than satisfied with the refereeing of Murray Harding. The Broncos have had Harding for their last three home games and each game he seems to cause a problern. It would be safe to say that the Broncos feel intimidated by his presence. Sunday night the Winnipeg referee missed a flagrant tripping penalty by the Oil Kings that resulted in a breakaway for the visiting club and their seventh goal of the game. Alec Tidey picked up two goals for the Broncos and Don Lutz scored the other. Scoring for Edmonton were Rocky Maze with two, Ted Osien, Dave Morrow, Tony Currie, Wayne Perkins and Wayne Babych with one apiece. Don Lutz opened the scoring for the Broncos in the first period but their W) lead was short lived. Edmonton rebounded back with four straight goals, three of them power play efforts. Maze tied things up when he banged home a rebound off Bronco goalie Rollie Boutin's stick on a power play situation with Lutz off for holding. Perkins' effort was the result of a nice passing play through the heart of the Bronco defence and that moved the Kings in front 2-1. First Currie, and then Morrow, connected on booming shots from well out with Lethbridge players sitting out penalties, and the period closed 4-1 in the Kings' favor. Olsen drilled a 30 footer past Boutin at the mark of the second period and things began to take the form of a rout, as the Kings led 5-1. Tidey did a lot of digging during a goal mouth scramble at the mark and.it paid off as he banged home the rebound off his first effort to move the Broncos to within three. Bancks' first goal was a power play effort as he picked a shot from Delorme out of the air, teed it up, and fired it home. His second goal hit the cross bar behind goalie Doug Soetaert and bounced down, trickling into the net. With the gap narrowed to only one goal by the start of the third period, the Broncos came out flying. Tidey scored his second goal of the night to knot the game at five apiece, when he slid his own rebound into the gaping net past a sprawling Soetaert. Babych took advantage of a Bronco defensive miscue in their own end and drilled the puck at Boutin. Boutin was equal to the first shot but the rebound eluded him and Babych knocked it in to give the Kings a 6-5 lead. Maze's goal, while it was a pretty breakaway ef- fort, was marred because of the missed call by Har- ding. The goal counted of course, and the Oil Kings seemed to have things sewed up 7-5 with only eight minutes remaining. The sixth Lethbridge goal, Bancks' third of the night, was a short handed tally with Jerry Wagner in the penalty box for tripping. Bancks picked up the puck at his own biueline and skated the length of the ice unmolested, beating Soetaert cleanly to his glove side. Bancks capped off his brilliant performance with a power play goal at the mark, giving him four goals for the night and the Broncos a 7-7 tie. "Jerry works very hard when he's out Bronco coach Earl Ingarfieid stated, "and he deserves a big night like this. He was a big reason for our 6-6 tie Friday as well." LOOSE PUCKS The chatter in the hall ways after the game and during the periods centered on referee Harding the question seemed to be why a man of his ability was refereeing in a league the calibre of the WCHL? Ingarfieid should have been given an assist on Bancks' tying goal it was the Lethbridge coach who called Harding's attention to the illegal stick used by Oil King Rocky Maze... the penalty to Maze led to the tying goal. if the stick had been legal size, however, it would have been the Bronco's that were penalized the three stars were Bancks, Tidey and Trottier Robin Sadler, the Oil King defencernan who picked up three assists and played solid defensively, could have earned a star in place of Trottier Trottier did pick up five assists and played a solid game however as one fan pointed out after the game though, it is tough not to give a team a star after they scored seven goals the excitement generated during the game was even greater than that of Friday's game with Saskatoon while coach Ingarfieid may be going grey with tie games at home the fans are eating them up the Oil King defence was very tough in the first 30 minutes of play... Lethbridge out shot the Kings 55 33... despite allowing seven goals Soetaert was brilliant at times Terry Bucyk played his best game to date as a Bronco. TORONTO (CP) The Western Canada Hockey League has not compromised any of its demands after weekend meetings with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association WCHL president Ed Chynoweth said Saturday. "I hope it doesn't sound like we've backed Chynoweth said in an inter- view. "Our position hasn't changed any. "The next move is for the CAHA to decide how it will re- act to our concerns." Last week Chynoweth said league governors had voted unanimously to withdraw from the CAHA, citing a lack of leadership in pressing the professional league's for over- due draft payments. Chynoweth met with of- ficials of the Quebec and On- tario Major Junior leagues Friday. A set of proposals from the three leagues were taken by the CAHA officers to the semi-annual meeting of the CAHA directors Saturday. The officers were authoriz- ed by the membership to pur- sue further meetings with the junior leagues in an attempt to negotiate a compromise. "Our big concern is still the fact the pros can sign our players as early as October and not pay for them until Chynoweth said. "We can't operate on that basis and there has to be a better solution than to wait that long to be paid." Clarence (Tubby) Schmalz, commissioner of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series, said Friday the National Hockey League's draft payment was in the mail to the CAHA and that pay- ment from the World Hockey Association "is expected to be forthcoming shortly." The two professional leagues owe more than 000 for players signed and drafted from last June's amateur draft. The CAHA passes the payments on to the various teams. Chynoweth was not happy with news of the expected payments or with Schmalz' assertion that problems that were regarded as major by the WCHL are only minor by the standards of the Ontario and Quebec leagues. "The agreement was for them to pay for all drafted and signed players by Nov. 30. Do we pat them on the back for coming up big on Jan. Pronghorns thumped VANCOUVER (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns fell victims to an outstanding shooting perfor- mance by the UBC Thunder- birds Saturday night, and suf- fered a 114 58 defeat in Canada West men's basket- ball play. The OBC club shot 57% from the floor as they built up a 55 27 lead by half time and coasted to the win. League scoring leader Steve Pettifer again paced the T Birds with 22 points while Blake Iverson added 18.- Richard Foggo collected 18 points for the Pronghorns, while .Max Zaugg and Phil Letham chipped in with 10 apiece. The Thunderbirds also gave the U of L team a lesson in rebounding, out boarding them 52 28. Roger Baldry and Phil Letham had five rebounds each for Lethbridge. In women's basketball, UBC Thunderettes built up a 35 -17 lead by half time and went on to dump U of L Pronghorns 73 -29. Carol Turney had 26 points to lead the Thunderettes, while Jacy Fox and Kathy Peacock netted eight points each for Lethbridge. In Victoria, University of Alberta Golden Bears surpris- ed the league leading Vic- toria Vikings with a 66 51 win Saturday night, and stopped the Vikings' winning streak at 11 games. Dan Court led the Golden. Bears with 16 points while Colin Fennell added 12. Jim Dudderidge with 13 points and Dave Mulcahy with 11 paced the Vikings, who trailed 32 25 at the half. Pat Lee scored 24 points and Ted Hellard added 14 to help University of Calgary Dinosaurs defeat University of Saskatchewan Huskies 69 55. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Elks take pair WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon Lethbridge Regina Brandon.. Flln Plon A Ptl. 8 235 167 58 4 197 200 44 3 177 192 43 6 195 IIB 42 7 160 254 29 8 159 270 28 LETHBRIDGE 7 EDMONTON 7 Period: 1. Lethbridge, Lutz (Tidey, Trottier) 2.'Ed- monton. Maze, (Sadler, Morrow) 3. Edmonton, Perkins (Phillips) 4. Edmonton. Currie (Olsen, Sadler) 5. Edmonton, Morrow (Lecuyer, Sadler) Penalties Lutz L Babych E Trottier L Johnson L Second Period: 6. Edmonton, Olsen (Will, Swales) 7. Lethhrldge, Tidey (Trottier) 8. Lethbridge, Bancks (Delorme, Tidey) 9. Lethbridge, Bancks (Trottier, Crazier) Penalties Currie E Babych E Olsen E Third Period: 10. Lethbridge, Tidey (Regler. Bucyk) 11.. Edmonton. Babych (Lecgyer) 12. Edmonton, Maze 13. Lethbridge. Bancks (Trottier.. Sillespie) 14. Lethbridge, Bancks (Tidey, Trottier) Penalties Olsen E, Wagner L Delorme L (misconduct, game misconduct) Regier L, Lecuyer E, (majors) Maze E Wills E on goal by Lethbridge 14 24 17-55 Edmonton 13 a 12 33 Goal Boutin, Lethbridge; Soetaert. Edmonton. Attendance 2.975. Tigers' Murdoch now has 57 markers By THE CANADIAN PRESS This weekend's road trip proved unlucky for Calgary Centennials, who remain in the last place in the Western SUNDAY SASKATOON 5 WINNIPEG 2 First Period: 1. Winnipeg, Blumenschein (Meagher) 2. Saskatoon. Federko (Hawryllw, Valade) 3. Saskatoon, Federko (Valade, Leggott) Penaities Greenbank W Williams S Lash W George S Second Period: 4. Saskatoon, Peters (Federko, R. Chapman) Penalties Girardin W Hawryliw S Third Period: 5. Winnipeg, Blumenschein (Meagher, Hanstord) 6. Saskatoon. Arndt (B. Chap- man) 7. Saskatoon, B. f Chapman (Arndt, Smith) Penalties Brydges W Samis W Hamilton S George S Hawryllw S Shots on goal by: Winnipeg 10 21 Saskatoon .10 8 Goal Bannarman, Winnipeg; Oleschuk, Saskatoon. Attendance REGINA 2 BRANDON 1 Firs! Period: 1. Regina, Faulkner (Harazny, Tudor) Penalties Stevens B, Dumba R Harazny R (double Parker B Tudor R Brandon bench minor (serv- ed by Donnelly) Tudor R Melnyk Second Period: 2. Brandon, Bonar (Murray, Bradbury) Penalties Wirachowsky R Anderson B Callender R (minor, miscon- Bradbury B Parker 8 Wirachowsky R (minor, mis- conduct) Third Period: 3. Regina, Faulkner Division of the Western Canada Hockey League. They lost 6-3 Sunday to New Westminster Bruins in New Westminster, after being de- (Tudor. J. minor) Penalties None. Shots on goal by: Brandon 9 7 Regina 13 12 Goal Hanlon. Brandon; Staniowski, Regina. NEW WEST 6 CALGARY 3 Firit Period: 1. New Westminster, Phillipoff (Lolthouse, Maxwell) 2. New Westminster, Maxwell (McNelce, Smith) Penalties Colbourne Cal McNelce New West Hodgson Cal Pachal New West Lalonde Cal Second Period: 3. Calgary, Symm (Neeld, Colbourne) 4. New Westminster; Secord (Sleep, Shinskl) 5. New Westminster, Maxwell (Secord, Shinskl) 6. Calgary, D. McLean (Ashby, Leslander) 7. Calgary. Fyfle (Colbourne, Fynn) Penalties Beck NW Neeld Cal (major) Shmyr NW Hendrick Cal Phllllpoff NW (major) Third Period: 8. New Westminster, Shmyr (PhllHpoff, Maxwell) 9. New Westminster, Berry (Beck, Max- well) Penalties Beck NW McNIece NW minor) Lestander C (major, minor) Hodgson C Shmyr NW Colbourne C Fleck NW Shots on goel by New West 22 14 Calgary 4 9 11-24 Goal Hendrick, Calgary, Nisbel, Laxton, New Westminster. Attendance feated 9-5 Saturday night in Victoria by division-leading Victoria Cougars. In Sunday's game, Brad SATURDAY VICTORIA 9 CALGARY S First Period: 1. Victoria, Lucas (Morris, Lapolnte) 2. Victoria. Lucas (Brldgman, Lapolnte) 3. Victoria. Hill (Gloockncr, Martin) 4. Calgary, Eastcott (Milford) 5. Calgary, Easlcott (Hodgson) 6. Victoria. Cairns (Gustafson) Penalties Bridgman V Bandura C. Lalonde C Bowles V Fynn C Morris V (minor, misconduct) Neeld C Second Period: 7. Calgary, D. McLean (Lalonde, Hodgson) 8. Victoria, Bridgman (Williams) 9. Victoria, Lucas (Bridgman, Lapointe) Penalties Williams V Cairns V Gustafson V Hodgson C Gloeckner V Williams V Hodgson C Bowles V (majors) Third Period: 10. Victoria, Gustafson (Cairns, Gloeckner) 11. Victoria, Martin (Hill) 12. Calgary, Ashby (Lestander, Lalonde) 13. Victoria, Lucas (Morris, Bridgman} 14. Calgary, D. McLean (Hodgson, Lestander) Penalties Glendenning C Bridgman V Lapolnle V Glendenning C Peter V and Neeld C Shots on gotl by: Calgary 5 15 5-25 Victoria 18 .9 13-40 Goal Hendrick. Calgary; Leslie. Victoria. Attendance MEDICINE HAT 11 SASKATOON I First Period: 1. Medicine Hat, Mur- Maxwell led scoring for the Bruins with two goals and three assists. Teammates Harold Phillipoff, Kelly Secord, Brian Shmyr and. doch (Dean, Vaughan) 2. Saskatoon, Hawryliw. (Federko) 3. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Arndt, Klassen) 4. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Murdoch, Sanche) 5. Saskatoon, Peters (B. Chapman, Williams) 6. Medicine Hat, Dean (Vaydik) 7. Medicine Hat, Vaughan (Vaydik) 8. Medicine Hal, Dean (Vaydik, Lane) Penalties B. Chapman S Lane MH Durrand MH Second Period: 9. Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Lukowich) 10. Saskatoon, George (Peters. Williams) Saskatoon. Arndt (B. Chap- man, Federko) 12. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Bast) 13. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Murdoch, Bast) 14. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Arndt) Penalties Durrand MH B. Chapman S, Murdoch MH Ray MH Hoffmeyer S Third Period: 15. Medicine Hat, Bast (Lukowich) 16. Saskatoon, B. Chapman (Klassen) 17.. Saskatoon, Leggott (Arndt) 16. Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Vaughan.., Dean) 19. Saskatoon, Arndt1' (Klassen) 20. Medicine Hal, Vaydik (Dean) Penalties Medicine Hat bench (served by Ray) Bertram MH, R. Chapman S Blukowlcr) MH, B. Chapman S (majors) Vaydik MH Shots on goM: Saskatoon 12 15 Medicine Hat 10 12 13-35 Goal Ireland, Saskatoon; Farweil, Medicine Hal. Attendance Fred Berry scored the oth- ers. Calgary goals came from Frank Flynn, Dennis McLean and Kirk Fyffe. In Saturday's game, the Cougars' 16-year-old rightwinger, Danny Lucas, posted his first four-goal game. In Regina Sunday, Dave Faulkner scored two goals to move Regina Pats into third place in the Eastern Division with a 2-1 victory over Brandon Wheat Kings. In Medicine Hat Saturday, right-winger Don Murdoch tied the league record for most goals in a season by a rookie as he led Medicine Hat Tigers to an 11-9 victory over Saskatoon Blades. Murdoch, with his second three-goal performance in as many games, now has 57 goals to tie the record set by Ron Fairbrother of Saskatoon in 1967-68. Morris Lukowich, Greg Vaydik and Barry Dean each had two goals for Medicine Hat, while Gary Vaughan and Tom Bast added singles. Blair Chapman had three goals for the Blades, while Dan Arndt added a pair and Glen Leggott, Wes George, Wes Peters and Neil Hawryliw scored singles. The Lethbridge Midget Elks picked up a pair of close wins over the weekend in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League action, but the Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors were not so lucky. The. Elks nipped Vauxhall Legionaires 10 9 Saturday night at Henderson Ice Centre, and then came back Sunday afternoon to edge the Juvenile Warriors 9 8. The Warriors, meanwhile, could count it as a lost weekend after losing 10 7 in Brooks Saturday night. George Szakaly scored his third goal of the game at the mark of the third period Sunday to give the Elks their 9 8 win over the Warriors. Bruce Mock also had three goals for the Elks, who led 3 2 after one period and 7 5 after two. Duane Lendrum added a pair of goals and Leroy Pavah notched a single to wind up the Elks' scoring. Ron Moser was outstanding in a losing cause as he fired four goals while Vic Stasiuk added a pair and Bob Quinell and Dave Jackson hit singles for the Warriors.. Saturday night, Earl Ingar- fieid paced the Elks with three goals as they came from 8 5 deficit after two periods 'to win the game. Scott Jar-vie added a pair of goals for the locals, while singles came off the sticks of Greg Maxwell, Rocky McGee, Dave Snopeck, Leroy Pavan and Duane Lendrum. Gordon Miller had a pair of goals for Vauxhall, as did Rick Rombough. The Juvenile Warriors played Brooks on even terms in the first and third periods Saturday but were outscored 4 -1 in the middle frame. Rob Lassiter had a hat trick for Brooks while Nol Gausman added a pair. Singles came oft the sticks of Elvan Olson, Roger Pickett, Alan Sander, Kelly Wallace, and Blair Pritchard. 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