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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Native Sons win 15-3 over Rookies Lethbridge Y's Mens Native Sons won their second straight game in the young Central Alberta Junior "B" Hockey League season Saturday night at Henderson Ice Centre when they trounced the Fort Macleod Rookies 15-3. The Sons were in command Sawchuk honored WINNIPEG (CP) For- mer National Hockey League goaltender Terry Sawchuk has been chosen as Manitoba's Hockey Player of the Century. Sawchuk appeared in 971 regular season games during a career that spanned more than 20 years. Most of that time he spent with Detroit, but he also had stints with Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles and New York. Sawchuk won the rookie-of- the-year award in three sepa- rate United States Hockey League, the American Hockey League and the was named to three NHL all-star teams in the early 1950s. Accepting the award for Sawchuk, who died in 1970, was his son Gerry, a forward with Detroit in the Southern Ontario Hockey League. Two other finalists consid- ered for the honor were right- winger Andy Bathgate and Frank Frederickson, a star of the 1920s. The award was given at Hockey 100, a Winnipeg Cen- tennial event which also fea- tured a hockey game between the City Fathers and mem- bers of the provincial legisla- ture. The city won 7-1. Volleyball The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns won one and lost one in Alberta Major Men's Volleyball League play at the U of L gymnasium Saturday. The locals bested Mount Royal College Varsity 3-0, tak- ing 15-13, 15-4. and 15-0 decisions from the visitors. But the Mount Royal No. 2 team, a unit composed of Mount Royal graduates, dumped Jim Day's boys by a similar 3-0 score, winning games by scores of 17-15.15-6 and 15-9. The Pronghorn junior varsi- ty lost both to the Calgary visitors by 3-0 counts. NOW OPEN BOYS' GIRLS' Skate Exchange Come Down and Swap Your Old Skates On Another Used Pair APPROX. EXCHANGE FOR THE BEST TEAM DEAL on hockey equipment see us. STICKS BY VICTORIAYILLE KOHO CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CANADIAN CCM SHERWOOD TORSPO COOPER SKATES BY: DAOUST CCM BAUER COOPER BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 throughout the penalty filled encounter, leading 4-2 at the end of the first period and 9-2 at the close of the second. Albert Dumont, Randy Sparks. Dennis Hatt and Glen Scheibner all had four point nights for the home standing Sons with two goals and two assists apiece. Rod Pocza, Gino Guzzi, Dwayne Howell, Mark Scheibner, Ken Klinkhammer, Darryl Os- mond and Ron Simmons all scored one goal for the Sons. Dwayne Dogginghorse, Ron Plourde and Kelly O'Sullivan were the only Rookies who were able to beat Gary Warner in the Lethbridge net. Things got out of hand in the second period as a freeswing- ing donnybrook erupted midway through the frame. When order was finally restored referee Jim Wallace had ejected eight players from the contest, four from each club. The Sons fired 45 shots at the Fort Macleod net while Warner was called on to stop only 15 shots. A total of 38 penalties were called in the game with 21 go- ing to Fort Macleod and 17 to Lethbridge. Instruction available for lifters Are you a prospecitve weight lifter? If so, then contact the recreation office at 345-3746 before Nov. 15. Qualified instruction is available for anyone in- terested in weight lifting training. Weight lifting is one of the events that will be featured at the 1975 Canada Winter Games slated for Lethbridge and district. Feb. 11-23.' Monday, November LETHBRIDGE Golden Suns win, Pass drop two NATIVE SONS MADE IT LOOK EASY SATURDAY Bombers escape Argos sidelined By The CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Blue Bombers won the battle to avoid the cellar with a 19-9 victory over Calgary Stamperders Sunday as the Western Football Conference regular season ended. The home-field victory evened Bombers' season record at eight wins and eight losses and pulled them into a third-place tie with British Columbia Lions. Lions, however, will advance into the playoffs by virtue of a better won-lost record between the two clubs. Stampeders, meanwhile, finished the season in last place with a record of six wins and 10 losses. First-place Edmonton Es- kimos ended their season with a 15-7 win Saturday night in Vancouver against the Lions. Tom Scott, the WFC nomi- nation for rookie-of-the-year, and Jim Washington scored touchdowns in the Bomber victory. Walt McKee converted both touchdowns and added a third-quarter field goal and two fourth- quarter singles. Place-kicker Cyril McFall produced all the Calgary points with three field goals. Winnipeg quarterback Chuck Ealey completed six of 12 passing attempts while the Bomber offence rolled up 263 yards. Calgary quarterbacks Joe Pisarcik and Karl Douglas managed only 10 completions in 27 attempts for a total of 168 yards Calgary's Willie Burden was the game's leading rusher, rambling 103 yards on 22 car- ries. Eskimos' reserve quarter- back Bruce Lemmerman McQuarrie is top rink at Calgary Myrna McQuarrie's rink, the only Lethbridge entry in the 48-rink Calgary women's Westwinds annual curling bonspiel, walked off with top honors Sunday. Myrna and her teammates. Rita Tarnava. Barb Davis and Barb Allsop won five straight games to capture the first event, beating out many top names in women's curling. replaced Tom Wilkinson in the first quarter but could not rekindle the sluggish Eskimo offence until the third quarter. Lions carried a 7-0 lead into the second half. Ottawa Rough Riders have home field for next Sunday's Eastern Football Conference sudden-death semi-final against Hamilton Tiger-Cats but, judging by the season record, that could provide lit- tle advantage. The Ticats closed the regular season Sunday, gain- ing third place with a 26-24 victory over Toronto Argonauts. Ottawa lost 27-20 Saturday to conference champion Montreal Alouettes and Ot- tawa and the Ticats finished with 7-9 won-lost records and 14 points each. In the four season games be- tween the Riders and Ticats, each won twice but Ottawa outscored Hamilton 83-73, thus winning home field for the semi-final. But each team won once on the other's home field, in- dicating that the home field doesn't mean much between the two semi-finalists. TABER (CP) Brad Cox and Bob Miller scored two goals each Saturday night to spark Taber Golden Suns to a 6-3 victory over Spruce Grove Mets in Alberta Junior Hockey League play. Rocky Saganiuk and Bernie Syrenne scored the other goals while Barry Brown connected twice and Innis Mackie once for the Mets. Taber outshot the Mc'ts 56-40 and generated period leads of 2-1 and 5-2 in the rugged contest, marred by 20 penalties. Taber served four minors, two majors, one 10- minute misconduct and a game misconduct while the losers served six minors, four majors and two game miscon- ducts. Meanwhile The Pass Red Devils dropped two more games over the weekend, los- ing 5-4 to Red Deer Saturday and 10-3 to the Drumheller Falcons Sunday. Both loses came on the road. A two-goal performance by Roger Mitchell and Ron Rose sparked Drumheller Falcons to their 10-3 victory Sunday. Danny Laslo, Dennis Wallis, Jim Mill, Bruce Small, Bruce Hatton and Brian McAusland added singles. Perry Turnbull, Pat Mandryk and Wayne Turner scored for The Pass who trail- ed 3-1 and 7-3 by periods. The Pass took 12 of 23 minor penalties and each team was assessed one fighting major. Drumheller outshot The Pass 32-27. Saturday the Red Deer Rustlers blew a 4-1 lead but managed to escape with a 5-4 win over the Red Devils. Red Deer led 2-0 after the first period and 4-1 midway through the second but the Red Devils stormed back with three goals in less than four minuted to tie the game before Kevin Joll of Red Deer scored the winner late in the frame. The third period was scoreless. Other Red Deer goals were scored by Kirby Balfour. Barry Lassiter, Darryl Sutter and Gord Gustafson. Wayne Turner, George Buat. Dave Lund and Rick Durston scored for The Pass, still winless after 13 games. Red Deer took five of nine minor penalties, a major and a game misconduct. The Pass also received a misconduct. Each team had 28 shots on goal. Sunday two third period power-play goals by Darryl Sutter gave Red Deer Rustlers a 6-5 victory over Spruce Grove Mets. Sutter tied the game 5-5 at with the Mets playing two men short and scored the winner with 12 seconds with a Spruce Grove player in the penalty box. Grant Stefura, with two. Barry Lassiter and George Wright also scored for the Rustlers who moved into a tie with Calgary Canucks for first place. Murray Dea scored twice and Dave Hoyda. Vince Magnan and Keith Hertz once each for the Mets. The Mets took 11 of 19 minor penalties and were outshot 32-22. Green, MeLendon triumph LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) Hubert Green, winner of four titles and more than this season, is one of pro golf's outstanding young players. He ticked off his schedule for the rest of the year: a Monday flight to Australia for a tournament, then to New Zealand, with maybe a stop in Hong Kong. Then to Japan for two more tournaments. Mac MeLendon, Green's partner in their successful assault on the national team championship, had just broken out of a four- year slump and had a less complicated schedule for the rest of the season. "I'm gonna go home and drink a little beer." said MeLendon. The old friends from Birm- ingham, Ala., combined for a final-round 64 Sunday and a one-strike triumph in the event in which scoring is bas- ed on the team's better ball on each hole. They finished with a 255 total, 33 strokes under par. George Knudson of Toronto and Bob E. Smith were far back, but won each. They shot a 67 for 265. Sam Snead and nephew J. C. Snead tied for second with Bert Yancey and Ed Sneed at 256. Sam and J.C. had a final round 64 while Yancey and Sneed, the third-round leaders, had to birdie the final hole for a 67. John Schlee and Bobby Cole of South Africa followed with 65-257. Take that! Curtis Travis of the LCC Kodiaks bats away a certain two-pointer during an exhibition game Saturday afternoon with IDS Elders. The Kodiaks, who start playing in earnest this Friday Saturday in a tournament slated lor Red Deer, easily out-distanced the Elders 96-44. 14 point 4 6 CYLINDER Parts extra... most cars. One price includes: Initial electronic scope check Test and clean battery, cables and hole! down. All labour for service and installation o! spark plugs. Test cylinder output. AH labour for replacement of condenser Check rotor Check HT. winng, distributor cap. coil, primary circuit. Check and adjust timing. Check P.C.V operation Check and lubricate heat riser valve. Check and adjust idle mixture. Check fuel pump and filter for proper operation. Check air cleaner element. Fmal Scope check ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 90 DAYS OR 4.000 MILES "We know how much you depend on your car." 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