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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD November 5. 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA January 10. February 15. 1975 Priced at only per person double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL rFNTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 -The Herald' Sports Pat Suliivan Bill great guy Bill Hay could play in the National Hockey League today. He could get by just on instinct and moxy. Don't get me wrong, he isn't announcing his return to the game, he simply looks in that fine condition. Hay was a Lethbridge visitor Thursday and he proved to be as classy off the ice as he was on. There is no need to go into his background, other than to say it took him a long time to find out you make more money play- ing half a year than you do for a full season. Hay, for those of you who do not remember, was an ex- cellent centre for the Chicago Black Hawks. Playing in the shadow of Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita, Hay was still a superstar in his own right. Today, he is just a super guy. The personable Calgarian is knee-deep in promoting the Dec. 8 National Hockey League Old-Timers game with the Western Old-Timers. That contest is set for the Sportsplex with a two o'clock starting time. Hay wasn't trying to compete with the local story tellers at the informal gathering at Spike's Place (better known as the Lethbridge However, when you have spent 10 or more years in the NHL you have a story or two. Hay, had he wanted too, could have spent all afternoon entertaining. But that isn't what he was in Lethbridge for. He did relate the story of making more money in half a year than in a full season. He did that with St. Louis Blues after ask- ing the Hawks not to protect him. Hay had planned to retire and the Hawks left him un- protected in the expansion draft. St. Louis selected him, opened their purse strings and Hay made more in half a season as a Blue than he did as a Hawk. Meeting Sidney Solomon III was quite an experience for Hay. After corresponding Dy phone with Solomon for a couple of months Hay flew to St. Louis. After arriving at the airport he was introduced to Sidney III. A startled Bill Hay's first question was "are you the Solomon I have been calling Mister all this Sidney was all of 26 years of age. Hay, just to make conversation as they were leaving the air- port asked Sidney how he got involved in hockey. Well, the story goes, it was the first year of NHL expansion and Sidney Ill's father asked him what he would like. "I told my daddy I wanted a hockey team and he bought me the Blues." As Hay said "lots of bread but tough people to work for." Hay doesn't have to work at hockey anymore. It is all fun now and he made it very clear he enjoys it immensely when he can make other people happy playing the game. Hay and the Old-Timers of east and west will be here to entertain. It's as simple as that. As is so often the case the winners of games of this type are the fans. Where else can you go nowadays and see Elmer Lacb, Rocket Richard, John Ferguson and Ted Lindsay playing for the same team? Minor Hockey Sutler one point ahead of Trottier in Broncos' scoring race thus far By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Somewhat overshadowed by linemate Bryan Trot- tier's sizzling pace of late, Brian Sutler's hard work has been paying big dividends as well. Sutler, who flanks to the left of the Lethbridge Bron- cos' slick centre Trottier, leads the locals in the individual scoring race, a point which is not all that surprising. When Trottier scores, which has been often of late, it is usually Sutler who gets an assist. Such is the same in reverse. Heading into Wednesday night's game with Flin Flon at the Sportsplex at Sutler has accounled for 10 goals and 20 assists for 30 points, one more than Troltier who has 12 goals, tops on the club, and 17 helpers. Alec Tidey, the right winger on the line, is Ihird at 19 points with seven goals and 12 assists. Trotlier has held the hot hand over the past five games as he has erupted for 16 points, including eight goals which came in four games last week. Sutler is in a tie for fourth place in the overall Western Canada Hockey League scoring race according lo statistics released Monday. Sutler is deadlocked wilh Peler Morris of Victoria. Trottier, on the other hand, is even wilh Jim Guslafson of Victoria as Ihey share sixlh place. Meanwhile, Rick Blight of Brandon Wheat Kings, who possesses a blistering shot, became the first 20 goal scorer in the WCHL last week and relained second place in Ihe scoring race behind Mel Bridgman of Victoria Cougars. Blighl boosted his lolals lo 20 goals and 13 assisls, well behind Ihe slreaking Bridgman, who has scored al leasl one poinl in the lasl 11 games for 39 poinls. Tops in goals againsl average is Mark Earp of Kamloops Chiefs with a 2.84 mark. He is followed by Card Laxton of New Weslminsler Bruins, whose average is 3.21. BRIAN SUITER BRONCO SCORING G Brian Sutler .........................................10 Bryan Trottier.........................................12 Alec Tidey........................................... 7 Greg Woods........................................4 Stan Jensen.......................................5 Ron Delorme.....................................6 Oarcy Regier 3 John Lutz......................................3 Doug Gillespie....................................... 2 Don Eastcott........................................2 Archie Ben Richardson...................................... 1 Dean Jim Wishloff........................................ 1 Don Johnson 1 Bill Jobson Jerry Bancks Garth Morgan Steve Lee A Pit. 20 30 17 29 12 11 5 3 6 4 5 1 3 2 2 19 15 10 9 9 7 7 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 L. A. Rams nip '49ers 15-13 The Lelhbridge Minor Hockey League gol off to a flying start Monday night al the Adams Ice Cenlre. In Banlam B action the Rangers, behind Ihe goallending of Slu Aiken, shuloul Ihe Aeros 4-0. Mark Wolasyn scored Iwice for Ihe Rangers while Clarence Hunl and Richard Burla added singlelons. In Banlam A aclion Ihe Black Hawks outscored the Voyageurs 7-3. David McKenzie, Danny Laronde and David Macuira scored Iwo goals apiece for the Black Hawks and Roy Hood picked up Ihe other marker. Rod Tomila scored all Ihree of Ihe Voyageurs' goals. The Toros defealed Ihe Royals 5-2 in Midgel aclion with Brian Turner scoring the hal Irick for Ihe winners. Carson Tse and Randy Teichrob scored Ihe other two Toro goals. Mauro Cattoni and Carey Kamituma replied for the Royals. The Colts Irounced Ihe Lakers 7-0 in Midgel House League action with Ed Bourett and Glen Leffingwell firing two goals apiece. Rick McRoberts. Scoll MacLennan and Terry McNeely added Ihe olher Coll markers. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Los Angeles defence pun- ished San Francisco's rookie quarterback Tom Owen, mel ils malch in 35-year-old Norm Snead. bul made the difference Monday night in Ihe Rams' 15-13 Nalional Football League viclory over Ihe '49ers. The Rams' fronl four regis- tered four sacks, including one which sel up a firsl-half louchdown, and linebacker Isiah Robertson inlercepled a pass by Snead lale in the fourth quarter after the veteran had thrown a 39-yard louchdown pass lo Gene Washinglon which cut the Rams' lead to Iwo poii.ls. Los Angeles won Ihird conseculive game under ils new starling quarterback, James Harris, who Ihrew a 23- yard louchdown pass to Bob Klein in Ihe second quarter and direcled an 80-yard louchdown drive in Ihe first quarter which included long passes lo Jack Snow and Harold Jackson. Bul Ihe Rams' margin of viclory lurned oul lo be the three points provided by David Ray's 20-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter, making the score 15-6. F.ay had drawn a blank on Ihe extra-poinl attempts follow- ing the Rams' touchdowns, trying unsuccessfully lo run Ihe ball inlo Ihe end zone after a bad snap from cenlre and Ihen kicking wide after Ihe se- cond louchdown. Tony Baker opened Ihe scoring for Los Angeles wilh a one-yard run off lefl guard lo complete Ihe firsl quarter drive. The Rams, in command of Ihe Nalional Conference Western Division race, push- ed their record to 6-2 in scor- ing their ninth straight victory over Ihe '49ers. San Francisco suffered ils sixlh conseculive loss after two opening vic- tories and tied with Atlanta for the cellar in the division. ANDY CAPP BOY.'CAN I PICK WINNERS.' WHERE'9 ALL THIS EVIL is SUPPOSED ZSI6HS- WINTERIZE YOUR CAR... NOW! C Let us Check your Anti-freeze Pressure cap Hoses Beits Battery and cables You can trust the care of your car to the experts at College Mercury. Before winter really sets in make your appointment now for a complete checkup and ensure trouble free driving all winter long. YOUR EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM Should be checked before winter for more economical cold weather operation. icoLLeoe BRCl SALES LTD. I7l8-3rd Avenue S. Phone 329-0333 Niedermier outstanding in goal Ace Building out scored Shaughnessy 2-1 in Lethbridge and District Broomball League action Sunday night in an exciting game. Shaughnessy out played the Ace Building team bul the goal tending of Barry Nieder- mier kepi Ihe Builders in the game and they managed to hang on to win. Bowling CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Ma'v 263. D'anne 250, Si-nicy "eM'em 265 Bernce 244. Sharon Davdso-i 267 (7451. Jean Burnett 288 Conn.e Baceda 260. Kalhy CtS'aos 261 Pulh CoDDieie-s 247. Lyd'3 761 MARTIN1ZING Pal 2dB. ShOSlaH BeVv 255 McNab 325. i771> FB' -c 281 i 2'-0 Donna Je-si-i 2-S5 WINSTON CHURCHILL B'fll 223 Mu'Tgy pr.tt.r.b-.g Mr-qis'-d 2rl3 GREEN'S SHOES BOb 2V P.al-i-t 'find' Dar-r-il 230 G r.-jrg 306, 277 (722) '7iSi Ki J C.C A. J) 2-.? 'Ml-i 250 ?Ci'1 Allan Pennington scored bolh goals for Ihe victors while the lone Shaughnessy marker came from Mel Hud- son. Vic Willms earned a shutoul as his Herman's Upholstery team blanked the Eagles 2-0. Ron Teshima and Roberl Meheden were the marksmen for the winners. City Hall Gangsters manag- ed only six shols on Ken Mercer in the J-L Roofing net as they dropped their third game 9-0. It was Mercer's third straight shulout. Tom Boychuk. Gary Bird, and Dennis Boguski scored two goals apiece for J-L. while Bill Howes. Butch Lee and Ted Pecht added singletons Roger McAdam's two goals led the Lelhbridge Hotel past the Miner's Library 4-1. Max Whitcford and Ron Low also scored for winners while the lone Librijrv was polled by Fehr. Southern Signs and Ihe Knight Clubbers played to a 2- 2 lie Owen Kcenan and Tom SV.eith scored for Ihe Clubbers while Tex Wicbe and Ben Srhmold accounted for the Southern Sign's goals The Jaycccs dropped the Lfthbridge Correctional In- silnite 4-1 with Don Leon gelling two goals and Roy Champion and Bill Ressler rounding oul Ihe scoring Clarence Crazy Bull scored for the Institute Following are Ihe slandings and leading scorers: W T L PTS J-L Roofing.......300 6 Lethbridge Hotel........300 6 Herman's Upholstery .210 5 Jaycees................1 1 1 3 Knight Clubbers.....111 3 Ace Building .......111 3 Miner's Library 111 3 Shaughnessy......021 2 Eagles .......102 2 L C Institute 1022 Southern Signs .012 1 City Hall Gangsters 003 0 TOP SCORERS G A PTS Roqer McAdam 62 8 Max White'0'd .42 6 Eugene Yamada .23 5 Butch Lee 23 5 Hugo 1 3 Roger HarSH-. 22 Dennis 31 4 Important officials' meet slated The Alberta basketball of- ficials of the Southern zone will hold an important meeting Thursday in room 60 at the Lethbridge Community College The meeting will get under way at 7 p m Lack of a hill attendance at this meeting could lead to Ihe dropping of two or more leagues for the corning season, therefore all officials are urged to be in attendant If it is impossible for an of- ficial to make the meeting they are asked to contact Jim Wood al 328-5065. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Luvet 7th StrMt Shopping Mcll UthbrMgo, (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Davies rides Stubby for high point 79 EDMONTON (CP) A high score of 79 by Tom Davies of Medicine Hat in the bull riding competition highlighted the first go round Monday in the first Canadian National Rodeo final. Davies, a 19 year old prospect ranked 10th coming into the finals, recorded his high mark on Stubby as first competitor in the competition. It stood up all night. Dale Rose, also of Medicine Hat, finished second with 78. A crowd of about watched Lester Gurnett of Airdrie, Jerry Sinclair of Red Deer and John Gratton of Ed- monton share a three way tie for top spot in saddle bronc riding. In bareback riding, Mel Hyland of Ponoka, marked a 77 to snatch the lead while Clark Schlosser of Stavely, Alta., was clocked in 8.5 seconds to lead in steer wrestling. All competitors participate each night with the all round champion this week to be crowned Canadian cham- pionship. In previous years, the National championship was based on money won dur- ing the summer rodeo season. Jerri Duce of Granum, was the only competitor to main- tain her money winning lead in the first go round of the national championships. She earned a time of 14.5 seconds in barrel racing to nip Dee Watt of Williams Lake, B.C. by 2-10 of a second. McLean fined, Clayton Pachal suspended SASKATOON (CP) Two members of New West- minster Bruins have been dis- ciplined for their part in a stormy Western Canada Hockey League game with Brandon Wheat Kings last week, President Ed Chynoweth announced Mon- day night. Chynoweth said coach Ernie Mclean has been fined and player Clayton Pachal has been suspended for his team's next game. Mclean went to the officials' room after the game and berated the referee, said Chynoweth. Pachal was suspended for "outright said Chynoweth. who said Pachal dropped his gloves and stick and started a fight .with only 19 seconds remaining in the game. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Divition Saska.oon Lethb. .dge Begin. Winnneq..... Flin F on 2 Victc ia Hat New West Edmonton Kam'oops Calgary T F 2 72 2 68 1 57 0 60 3 36 3 47 Western Division 11 5 2 85 1 57 2 51 1 52 0 51 5 49 TOP SCORERS Bridgman. Victoria Blight. Brandon Minor. Regina Morris. Victoria----- Sutler. Lethbridge.. Gustafson. Victoria Trottier. Lethbridge Tudor. Regina Arndt. Saskatoon Faulkner, Regina McMullin. Brandon ALBERTA JUNIOR W 10 .10 ..8 .7 G A 16 23 20 13 14 17 14 16 10 20 13 16 12 17 13 14 12 13 12 12 9 15 A PIS 45 18 72 18 50 15 71 14 47 7 74 7 68 24 44 19 49 14 47 11 41 10 77 7 P Plm 39 32 33 28 31 17 30 35 30 44 29 14 29 40 27 33 25 4 24 12 24 2 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A Pts Winnipeg.....6 1 0 43 16 12 Toronto ......6 4 0 43 36 12 Quebec ..5 2 o 31 18 10 Vancouver___3 4 0 20 28 6 Edmonton___2 2 0 13 15 4 Eastern Division N. England ...6 1 0 30 17 12 Cleveland 2 3 1 16 20 5 Chicago......2 5 0 17 22 4 Indianapolis 1 7 0 14 32 2 Western Division San Diego___5 1 0 25 18 10 Houston......5 4 0 34 30 10 Minnesota 3 4 0 23 31 6 Phoenix......2 5 1 30 37 5 Michigan.....2 7 0 24 43 4 NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Emlern Division W L T F A Pet Buffalo 7 1 0 182 139 .875 N. England Miami..... NY Jets Baltimore.. Calgary Hed Deer Drumheller Spruce Grove Taber........ 7 T F A Pts 0 97 55 20 0 70 61 20 0 64 72 16 0 66 56 14 0 91 92 14 Pittsburgh Cincinnati Houston 6 2 0 221 134 .750 6 2 0 182 125 .750 1.7 0 123 188 .125 1 7 0 96 210 .125 Central Division 61 1 183 116 .813 5 3 0 205 149 .625 3 5 0 140 189 .375 The Pass ......013 04799 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Division I W L T F Philadelphia .8 3 1 40 Islanders ...7 2 2 45 Atlanta..........6 5 41 Rangers___ 5 4 2 37 Division II Chicago.....7 3 2 53 Vancouver___6 3 2 42 St Louis 3 5 3 35 Minnesota___2 6 3 20 Kansas City 1 8 1 25 Division III 40 Los Angeles 7 1 4 Montreal 5 4 4 43 Detrott.....5 5 1 32 Pittsburgh 2 5 2 31 Washington .19121 Division IV 7 3 1 41 4 3 4 48 Buffalo Boston Toronto California. 3 5 3 39 2 7 4 32 A PIS 27 17 22 16 37 14 34 12 29 16 30 14 40 9 40 7 47 3 19 18 36 14 47 11 37 6 45 3 37 15 34 12 44 9 60 8 Cleveland 2 6 0 156 220 .250 Western Division Oakland 7 1 0 211 130 .875 Denver___ 3 4 1 163 171 438 Kan City___3 5 C 140 157 .375 San Diego .2 6 0 129 179 .250 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A Pet. St. Louis ...7 1 0 186 121 .875 Washington. 5 3 0 151 107 .625 Dallas......4 4 0 158 126 .500 Phila. ..4 4 0 128 113 500 NY Giants ..2 6 0 101 168 .250 Central Division Minnesota 6 2 0 171 98 .750 Detroit .....4 4 0 122 121 500 Chicago... 3 5 0 95 108 375 Green Bay.. 3 5 0 114 143 .375 Western Division LA...... 6 2 0 149 100 .750 N.Orleans 3 5 0 95 143 .375 Atlanta 2 6 0 77 150 250 San Fran .2 6 0 109 1S2 .250 HOCKEY SCORES National Montreal 6 Minnesota 1 World Quebec 5 Toronto 3 Saskatchewan Junior Melville 5 Yorkton 1 Eslevan 4 Regina Foxes 0 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. ELRICH TIRESD. 're a I Ul AVI. S -Phoni 327-68Wte 327-4445 ;