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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 2, 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 day escorted lour Depart Lethhrldge January 16. 1975 February 15, 1975 Priced a! only per perton double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta t Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Pronghorns drOD ODener team effort sinks Medicine Hat 27-0 in final EDMONTON (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns shot a miserable from the floor Friday night and were thumped 113-74 by the host University of Alberta Golden Bears in one of two in the Tri-University Basketball Classic The Pronghorns will now meet the University of Calgary Dinosaurs for third place in the four-team tourna- ment tonight. The Dinosaurs were decisively beaten 94-55 at the hands of the University of Manitoba Bisons. Doug Baker led the Golden Bears with 23 points while Len Davidiuk added 22. The Pronghorns edged 4-3 The Olds College Broncos got two goals each from Don Jensen and Randy Armstrong as !.hey edged the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 4-3 in Alberta College Athletic Conference hockey action Fri- day night at Henderson Ice Centre. The Pronghorns, who out- shot the Broncos 48-30 during the contest, opened the scor- ing early in the first period on a goal by Mike Weisgerber. However, Olds came back for three goals before the period ended, and took a 4-1 lead on Armstrong's second goal of the night early in the second frame. Weisgerber's second marker and another goal by Guy Smith brought the Pronghorns within a goal by the mark, but the two teams played through the rest of the second and the entire third period without scoring. Olds took eight of the 12 minor penalties handed out. The two clubs were to meet again today at 2 p.m. at Henderson. Pronghorns were led by Gary Paynton's 18 points, while Curt Wolsey added 17 and Joey Shackleford 14. Paynton was the only Pronghorn who could find the range from the floor. He rtn half hie fiolH crnal w.. attempts. Darryl Rumsey paced Manitoba scorers with 24 points while Rick Watts turn- ed m 17. Tom Bishop led the Dinosaurs with 16 points. Manitoba meets Alberta tonight in the championship game. In other exhibition action Friday night, Ross Gains fired 27 points to lead University of Saskatchewan Huskies to a 71- 70 triumph over University of Regina Cougars. Gains was supported by Paul Jacoby, with 18 points, and Kim Renwick, with 13, as the Huskies opened a halftime lead of 35-33. West Stevenson of Regina was high scorer with 30 points. Taber Suns lose 6-3 TABER, Alta. (CP) The efforts of two goaltenders were not enough to save Taber Golden Suns from a 6-3 defeat at the hands of Calgary Canucks Friday night in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game before 735 fans. Mario Dibella was pulled at the mark of the second period in favor of Bob Iwabuchi. Together, they fac- ed 32 shots on goal, while Calgary goalie Ron Burgess was tested 52 times. Calgary held period leads of 3-1 and 4-3. Scoring for Calgary were Mendel Vysohlid, with two goals, Bob Kerr, Ross Mclvor and Glen Wylie. Tom Schieber, Bernie Syrenne and Rocky Saganiuk replied for Taber. DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month KEITH CHILTON Corner 16th Ave. M.M. Drive Mr. Lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, is pleased to announce that Keith Chilton is the Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of September. Keith is to be congratulated for his fine efforts in attaining this prestigious achievement in the sale of "Better Ideas" quality new cars and trucks. Keith extends his thanks to all who helped make this achievement possible. FORD Phone 328-8861 Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING RKSLEEVING RKGRINPTM; WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre CUSTOM PARTS LTD, 1505 3ro venue Soulh Phone 328-8181 Cougars breeze to southern championship By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer MEDICINE HAT The running of Dave Jackson, the kicking of George Seiller and Alan Boras, plus a solid team effort, carried the Catholic Central Cougars to the Southern Alberta Football League championship Friday night. The Cougars demolished the Medicine Hat Crescent Heights Vikings 27-0 and won the T. Eaton Co. trophy for the second time since Medicine Hat joined the league in 1971. "It was without a doubt our best all around effort of the Cougar coach Dean Dahl stated after the game, which saw his offence rack up 314 yards and his defence hold a potent Viking attack to a mere 38 yards. "All the boys played to their potential. It was a solid team the Cougar coach said. "The new plays we add- ed to our offence, where we run more trap plays, made the difference. We simply ex- ecuted well; we made no mis- takes." Dave Jackson lead the Cougar attack, compiling 149 yards rushing and ringing up two touchdowns. Jackson's running game was balanced by the rushing of Steve Devcic, who scored one major and racked up 85 yards rushing. George Seiller accounted for six of the Cougars' 27 points with a field goal and three converts. It was the Cougar kicking game that really spelled the end for the Vikings. If Seiller wasn't try- ing field goals or booting converts, then it was Alan Boras' booming punts that kept them in constant trouble. It was a Boras punt, for 36 yards, that first put the Cougars on the Scoreboard early in the second quarter. It only gave the Lethbridge club a single point, but as it turned out that was all they needed. The Cougars failed to score in the opening stanza, despite having the ball on the Viking three yard line with a first and goal situation. Morgan Monroe had given the Cougars the ball at the Viking 49 when he intercepted a Viking pass from quarter- back Perry Hehr. The Cougars moved the ball to in- side the Viking five but couldn't lug it over the goal line, and the Vikings took over on their own one. They had to punt the ball away after two unsuccessful attempts to move the ball away from the showdowns of their goal posts. It was on the next series of plays that the Cougars drive stalled and Boras booted his single point. In the dying minutes of the first half the Cougars had a third and six situation on the Viking 40. Seiller's field goal attempt sailed inches wide of the crossbar and the Vikings managed to move the ball out of the end zone to their two yard line On the first play from scrimmage a wave of Cougar tacklers trapped Tom Stevenson in his own endzone and the Lethbridge squad moved into a 3-0 lead as a result of the safety. After the kickoff, Cougars' Barry Niedermier moved the ball to the 31 yard line of the Vikings on the first play from scrimmage. With only one se- cond remaining in the half Seiller booted a 36 yard field goal and Catholic Central went to the dressing room leading 6-0. Early in the third quarter the Cougars moved the ball from their own 45 to the Cougar 14 yard line in nine plays, whicti saw Jackson convert two third and one situations. Dominic San- tangelo was stopped inches short of a touchdown on a first down from the Viking 14 yard stripe and on the next play Jackson bulled his way around the right end for his first major of the night to finish off Santangelo's effort. Seiller was good on the convert and the Catholic Central boys lead 13-0. And that's how the quarter ended. In the final stanza Morgan Monroe was in the right place HAPPY COACH DEAN DAHL CONGRATULATES ALAN BORAS. INSET, DAHL RE- CEIVES KISS FROM WIFE ANNE ANDY CAPP GO JTUKN THAT A J (EVERYBODY WHEN E TELLS A IT'S ISO LAUGHIN' CHARfiKX CUSTOM RELOADING Owner-Manager RICK KUCHERAN WANT! USED RIFLES, SHOTGUNS and HANDGUNS CASH PAID, ANY CONDITION PACIFIC RELOAD5NG EQUiPfvlEJ.T Largest (election of GUNPOWDER in Southern Alberta Top selection of HUNTING KNIVES Loupe-Id RIFLE SCOPES by f'Sld Weaver coe ift; for upo'ic PRECISION JT UDJGUNS and Sports Ltd. 312 13th Street North Phone 327-7595 Block North of Simpsons-Sears LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS PLAYER OF THE WEEK OCT. 20-26 This week's player of the week is Lome Molleken, the 180 rb. native of Regina. Saskatchewan, toiled 'n the nels for the Broncos last year Lome nas beer oigying outstanding go-ai for this year's Broncos, and has been instrumental in their success LOBNE MOLLEKEN Your SSS's Buy O-uB': At' MINUTE MUFFLER INSTALLATIONS 3rd ivr I St S ftvn, 327.8888 at the right time again and recovered a Cougar punt on the Viking seven yard line after it had bounced out of the hands of the Vikings' Bryon Hirsch. Three plays later Jackson plunged through the middle of the Viking defence from one yard out and the Cougars lead moved to 19 Seilier added the 20th with another convert. With only a few minutes remaining in the contest Steve Devcic took a handoff from quarterback Boras and broke through the centre of the Vikings defensive wall for a 16 yard touchdown romp. Seiller once again booted the convert and the Lethbridge representatives had the game on ice, leading 27-0 with only minutes remaining. Coach Dahl put in his second stringers at this point in the game and the rookie squad did a fine job for the remainder of the contest, forcing the Vikings to cough up the ball after three incompleted passes. The Cougars were ready to roll again from the Viking 47 when the gun sounded, ending a frustrating evening for the home standing Vikings. THE FIFTH QUARTER Dominic Santangelo only carried the ball five times but racked up 36 yards rushing big Barry Niedermier was a standout on defence for the Cougars and added 23 yards to the rushing total on offence Roman Ksiazek was the most frustrated Cougar of the night as he had to sit out the championship game with a cracked shoulder bone he contributed a great deal to the team throughout the year however, and deserves as much credit as those that played in the game the Vikings' Tom Stevenson was held to a 14 yards the Cougars had 16 first downs to only three for the Crescent Heights team Lloyd Mann intercepted a Catholic Central pass in the second quarter but the Vikings couldn't take ad- vantage of the break an overflow crowd of 600 jamm- ed the bleachers in the Gas City for the ball game head referee was Jack Gleason of Lethbridge penalties played a very small part in the cleanly played contest Volleyball The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns travelled to Calgary Friday and came home with a split with the Southern Alberta In- stitute of Technology in Alberta Major Men's Volleyball League com- petition. The U of L varsity men took three straight games from SAIT by scores of 15-10, 15-12, and 15-3, while the junior var- sity dropped their match 3-1. The Pronghorns host Mount Royal for a pair of matches to- day at the University gym- nasium beginning at one o'clock. In Southwest Conference high school play, Winston Churchill and W. R. Myers split boys and girls matches, as did LCI and Vauxhall. Winston Churchill girls beat W R Myers 5-0 while Myers' boys came out on top 3-2. The LCI girls edged Vaux- hall 3-2 while their male counterparts won a 4-1 decision. 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HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS vs EDMONTON OIL KINGS Sunday, Nov. 3 7p.m. LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete Sales and Service 4021st AVI S 3274886 or 3274415 ;