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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Monday, DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 day escorted tour Depart Lelhbrldge January 18, February 15. 1175 Priced at only ptr double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall LttkbrMii. Albtrtt PkMM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS EASTCOTT SCORES THE WINNER ON A PENALTY SHOT AS HE BEATS OIL KINGS' DOUG SOETART. RICK ERVIN photo University wins first A three goal performance by Craig Walters paced the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns to a 6-3 triumph over the Olds College Broncos in Alberta College Athletic Conference action at Henderson Ice Centre Satur- day. The Pronghorns outshot the visitors 44-26 and built up period leads of 3-2 and 4-2 in recording their first victory against two defeats in the 1974-75 ACAC season. Walters scored a goal in each period as well as picking up a pair of assists. Defenceman Jim McDonald added a pair of goals while Mike Weisberger scored once for the locals. Randy Armstrong scored twice and Clement Blancett added a single for the Bron- cos, who were tagged with nine of the 20 penalties handed out during the contest. Locals upend Oil Kings 7-5, all alone in third Sutler, Eastcott spark Bronco triumph By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Don Eastcott had two things on his mind when he was awarded a penalty shot at the mark of the third period Sunday evening. Eastcott, of the Lethbridge Broncos, had been hauled down from behind by two Edmonton Oil King defencemen and was awarded a penalty shot by referee Gary Syverson of Medicine Hat. "I didn't want to disappoint the said Eastcott, "and I wanted to score a big one against the Oil Kings." Eastcott brought the local supporters to their feet as he skated in on Oil King netminder Doug Soetart and rammed the puck in under him. Eastcott's goal gave the Broncos a 6-5 edge and proved to be the winner as the locals got past the Oil Kings 7-5 in Western Canada Hockey League action. "The Oil Kings treated me pretty added East- cott in the dressing room after the game. "I really felt like taking the puck, after the penalty shot, and giving it to Oil King coach Ken Hodge." Eastcott, the game's third star, had to share in his glory with left winger Brian Sutler. Sutler, who prior to the game admitted he has been working especially hard of late, banged home two goals in the firsl period and combined with Easlcott to pace Ihe win. Other Bronco markers came from Alec Tidey, who final- ly missed a goal post, Ron Delorme and Stan Jensen. Jensen's goal came with one second left on the clock into an empty net. Oil Kings got single markers from Paul Mulvey, Terry McDonald. Wayne Perkins, Doug Lecuyer and Stan Swales. The two clubs were deadlocked after the first while the Broncos led 5-4 after two. Only 12 penalties marred proceedings. Each club picked up five minors and one major. The majors came in a first Boxing champ loses title period scrap between Broncos' Don Johnson and Mulvey. The Oil King winger held the upper hand although little damage was done. Broncos started quickly as Sutter scored at the mark. After digging the puck out along the boards he gave it to Bryan Trottier behind the Edmonton net and then got it back from Trottier all alone in front of Soetart and put it high over the Oil King netminder. Sutter appeared to score the next two Bronco goals, one from in front of the net in a traffic jam and the second on a beautiful shorthanded effort. However, Delorme apparently got his stick on the second goal. Sunday's gathering gave Sutter a standing ovation after he scored what looked like his third goal but the announcer then gave the correction on the goal. Mulvey, McDonald and Perkins kept the Oil Kings even after 20 minutes as they beat Lome Molleken in the Bronco nets. Molleken didn't see the end of the first period as he was dropped by a sizzling shot off the stick of Mike Will with left in ther period. Molleken's facemask took most of the blow. However, he did suffer a hard blow to his right ear from the impact of the shot hitting the mask and was removed. Rollie Boutin replaced him and turned in a solid ef- fort in his first appearance. Tidey and Eastcott offset a goal by Lecuyer in the mid- dle stanza setting the stage for Eastcott's third period heroics. "We played another strong said coach Earl Ingarfield. "We started slow in the third but came on." Ingarfield said he was pleased with the play of the third line of Eastcott, Bill Jobson and Jerry Bancks. Bancks, up on a three game tryout with the club is ex- pected to stay with the Broncos. "He could add some scoring punch to that Ingar- field said. "He's pretty good with the puck. Just give him some time.' Sunday's win moved the Broncos to within three points of division leading Brandon Wheat Kings and Saskatoon Blades. In other Sunday action the Wheat Kings downed New Westminster Bruins 4-2 after losing 8-4 Saturday in Kamloops to the Chiefs; Flin Flon and Calgary Centennials tied 5-5; Regina Pats edged Saskatoon 3-2 and Victoria Cougars downed Kamloops 6-4. Saturday, Medicine Hat Tigers were 5-3 victors over the Oil Kings. LOOSE PUCKS Popular Archie Henderson wasn't in the lineup Sunday He has two busted up toes as a result of a kung fu exhibition on a door that wouldn't give in... Sun- day's other two stars were first Brian Sutter and John Philips of Edmonton, the second...Garth Morgan is heav- ily taped on the nose...He was hit in a fight in Flin Flon and got it broken... Philips is the best defenceman in the league that the local fans have seen thus far Sutter owned the first period...Besides his two goals and an assist he missed two other glorious chances Broncos play at home to Flin Flon Wednesday and Winnipeg Clubs Friday setting the stage for a showdown with Medicine Hat. LETHBRID8E 7 EDMONTON 5 X First Period: 1. Lethbridge, Sutter (Trottier, Tidy) 2 Edmonton Mulvey (Sadler. Philips) 3. Edmonton McDonald (Maze) 4 Lethbridge. Delorme (Sutter, Banks) 5. Lethbridge. Sutter 12-08- 6 Edmonton. Perkins (Philips. Sadler) Penalties Lutz L Swales E Johnson L Samis L Mulvey E. Johnson L (minors, ma- jors) Rissling E Second Period: 7. Edmonton, Lecuyer (Perkins. Phillips) -6. Lethbridge. Tidey (Gillespie, Lutz) 9. Lethbridge. Eastcott (Regier) Penalties G. Soetaert E Lecuyer E Third Period: 10. Edmonton. Swales (Bucyk) 11. Lethbridge. East- cott (penalty shot) 12. Lethbridge. Penalties Jobson L Delorme L Phillips E Shots on gofii fay: Edmonton 11 5 14 30 Lethbridge 18 7 36 Goaltenders: Soetaert. Edmonton; Molleken, Boutin, Lethbridge. Attendance: 4.322 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES J WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Saskatoon..... 8 3 2 72 45 18 Brandon....... 8 6 2 68 72 18 Lethbridge 7 5 1 57 50 15 Regina........ 7 9 0 60 71 14 Winnipeg...... 2 5 3 36 47 7 Flin Flon 2 8 3 47 74 7 Western Division Victoria 11 5 2 85 68 24 MEXICO CITY (Reuter) CHINOOK ELECTRIC Wiring Apoliance Connections 24 Hr. Estlmstes 1309-24th Street S., Lethbridge The World Boxing Council (WBC) has removed its former world middleweight champion, Carlos Monzon of Argentina, from its classifica- tion list because of his con- duct. WBC President Ramon Velazquez said Sunday: "We decided to remove him because we cannot have on the classification list a gentleman who behaves like this." WCHL weekend summaries ATTENTION WRESTLING FANS! We regret there is NO STAMPEDE WRESTLING ON MONDAY, NOV. 4th Stampede Wrestling will return to the Exhibition Pavilion on Monday, November 11, p.m. THANK YOU, STU HART BRANDON 4 NEW WESTMINSTER 2 Firsl Period: 1. New Westminster. McNeice (Shymyr. Smith) 2. New Westminster. Lofthouse (Shmyr. Secord) Penalties Brandon bench (served by Naka) Sanderson NW (Minor, Major) Beck NW McLean B Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Lotthouse. NW Roiin NW Melnyk B Rolin NW Piche B Third Period: 3. Brandon. Blight 4. Brandon. Bonar (Good) 5. Brandon. Murray 6. Brandon. Blight Penalties Beck NW Bradbury Pachal NW (major) Cameron NW Parker B. Bradbury. B. Anderson B. Sleep NW. Beck NW. Maxwell NW Pachall NW (minor, major, game misconduct) on goel by Brandon 8 8 New Westminster 11 5 FLIN FLON 5 CALGARY 5 Firsl Period: i. Flin Ron. Russell f (Goslin. McDill) 2. Calgary. McLean (Miller. Hodgson) 3. Flin Flon. M. Davidson (McDill. B. Davidson) Penalties Watson F Neeld C Goslin F M. Davidson F Glenddinning C (major) Second Period: 4. Flin Flon. McDill (Goslin. M. Davidson) 5. Calgary. Hodgson (Murrey. McLean) 6. Calgary. Allstad (McLean. Murrey) Penalties Williams F (minor, Dorman F (minor) Third Period: 7. Calgary. McLean (Murrey. Allstad) 8. Calgary, Flinn (Galvon. Ashby) 9. Flin Flon. McDill (B. Davidson) 10. Rin Flon. Kehoe (Kuntz. B. Davidson) Penalties Murrey C Watson F Mayers C Hodgson C Shots on goal Calgary 16 13 Rin Flon 11 20 Attendance: 1.000. REGINA 3 SASKATOON 2 First Period: i. Regina. Minor