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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 16 day escorted tour Depart Lethbridge January 16. 1975 Ftbruary 15, Priced at only per person doubla occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 326-3201 The Lethbrtdge Herald Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 6, 1974 Pages 21-32 LithbrideiOffici Furniture Ltd. Lower Laval 7th St. Shopping Mall Lembrktge. Phona (403) 326-7411 FILING CABINETS Czech Juniors here at Sportsplex Dec. 22 Broncos open three-game stand By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor "We're in pretty good said Earl Ingar- field Tuesday on the eve of a three game home stand for his Lethbridge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League. Ingarfield indicated his club has an assortment of bumps and bruises, but that's to be expected. Broncos play host to Flm Flon Bombers this even- ing at at the Sportsplex, have Thursday off and then meet Winnipeg Clubs Friday night at eight at the Sportsplex. The Flin Flon and Winnipeg games are key ones for the Broncos as victories would give then even more breathing room in the eastern division of the league. However, the game local fans have been gearing for appears to be Sunday's seven o'clock visit from the Medicine Hat Tigers. All indications are that the Broncos will play to their first full house Sunday night. Meanwhile, Ingarfield and his charges have to think about tonight's game with the Bombers. Broncos ventured into the wilds of Manitoba this time last week and swept a pair of games from the Bombers by identical scores of 6-3. Ingarfield was more than pleased with his club's performance in Flin Flon. "We had just been blanked by Saskatoon Blades and then that long bus ride to Flin he said, "but the boys were just great." Broncos got off to a slow start in their first game with the Bombers but finished strong and then followed up with a solid showing in game two in Flin Flon. Ingarfield, however, is not taking the Bombers lightly. "Every club in this league is said the coach, "we can't play on past performances. JOHN LUTZ Ingarfield will go with almost the same line up that faced the Bombers in Flin Flon with the excep- tion of one or two positions. Rollie Boutin will start in the nets for the Bron- cos. Boutin replaced Lome Molleken Sunday night against the Edmonton Oil Kings when Molleken was hit on the side of the head with a shot. "Rollie earned a shot at starting stated Ingarfield, "he played very well in the game against the Oil Kings. Molleken is healthy, he's just going to get a much deserved rest. Six defencemen, Darcy Regier, Don Johnson, John Lutz, Ben Richardson, Dean Samis and Doug Gillespie, will be in uniform. All should see action. Ingarfield has three set lines for tonight's en- counter The line of Bryan Trottier, Brian Sutter and Alex Tidey, one of the top lines in the league, will lead the way for the threesomes of Greg Wood, Ron Delorme, Stan Jensen and Jerry Bancks, f m East- cott and Bill Jobson. Jim Wishloff and Steve Lee will be the extra forwards while Archie Henderson and Garth Morgan will not dress. "We want to keep our streak said Bronco president Bill Burton. At present the Broncos are on a three game winning streak. Meanwhile, it was learned Tuesday that Lethbridge fans will get a chance to see the Czechoslovakian Junior Olympic team in action at the Sportsplex Dec. 22, a Sunday evening at seven o'clock. The Czechs, who will represent their country in the Olympics, will meet the Western Canada Hockey League All Stars. The Czechs are a team consisting of players junior age and over. The two clubs will also play in Medicine Hat Dec. 23. Herald Sports Cosell fooled TORONTO (CP) A Lon- don, Ont., university student, disguising his voice as that of heavyweight fighter Muham- mad AH, recently tricked sports commentator Howard fosell, says columnist Dick Beddoes of The Globe and Mail. In his column, Beddoes says Foote makes rookie squad NEW YORK (AP) Out- fielders Bake McBride of St. Louis Cardinals and Greg Gross of Houston Astros plus first baseman Mike Hargrove of Texas Rangers received the most votes for baseball's 1974 major league rookie all star team, it was announced Tuesday Others selected to the team were second baseman Larry Milbourne of Houston, short- stop Bucky Dent of Chicago White Sox, third baseman Bill Madlock of Chicago Cubs, out- fielder Claudell Washington of Oakland A's, catcher Barry Foote of Montreal Expos. Michael Banks, 20, a student at University of Western On- tario in London, played the prank on Cosell during the Oct. 28 ABC telecast of the Atlanta Falcons-Pittsburgh Steelers National Football League game. At that time, Ali was in Zari for his Oct. 29 world title fight with George Foreman. "It took me 45 minutes to set it Beddoes quotes Banks as saying "Finally, just before half-time, Cosell climbed out of the ABC booth to take Ali's call one level be- low the pressbox. I really laid it on him." Included in the conversation was this quote from Banks: "I've written a poem, How- ard, listen "Georgy Porgy, puddin' 'n' pie, "Devastatin' punch and heap big thigh, "When Georgy Porgy come out to fight, "I'm gonna knock him outta sight." Banks told Beddoes that Co- sell believed he was talking to Ah, and later told the tele- vision audience about it on the football telecast. Morton resigns Ray Morton, Public- Relations Administrator for the 1975 Canada Winter Games, today announced his resignation from the Games Morton, who began his duties in February of this year, stated a difference of opinion as his reason for resigning. "In the best interest of the said Morton "I felt it was necessary to sever relations with the Games. Morton had been on loan to the Winter Games from Molson's Brewery Doug Dunlop, director of public relations for the Games was unavailable for comment. Morton's resignation takes place immediately. RAY MORTON TOMORROW BACK AGAIN BY POPULAR DEMAND FALL AND WINTER SALE SHELDON'S 12-HOUR SALE! 9A.M. TO 9 P.M. ONE DAY NOV. 7th 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Here's another tremendous opportunity to buy your Fall and Winter clothing and footwear for the whole family at fantastic savings don't miss this great savings event. LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY mmir H Girls'Nylon Shell Each.......................... JEANS AND SLACKS Boys' and Girls', Sizes 8 to 18. 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