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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thurtday. November 7, 1974 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Strwt Shopping Mall Lsthbridge. Albirti Phons (403) 328-7411 S.C.M, TYPEWRITERS -The Herald Sports DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 Mcortcd tour January 19. 1975 February 15, 1975 Priced at only per person double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Tidey notches a pair, Ingarfield pleased with Boutin, third line A little bit of everything happened in Bronco win By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Broncos extended their winning streak to four games in the Western Canada Hockey League Wednes- day night by defeating the Flin Flon Bombers 7-4 in a game that featured 2 real hockey oddity. The fans at the Sportsplex were treated to the un- usual play late in the third period when Flin Flon goalie Roger Swanson left the ice in favor of an extra attacker on a delaved penalty call against Lethbridge's Brian Sutter. __ Flin Flon's" Darrell Annings moved the puck in front 01 his own net. attempting to set up a rush, when Bronco's Greg Woods hit Annings' stick, without contacting the puck. The puck bounced off Armings' stick and slipped into the open Bomber net before Annings could recover, and Woods was credited with the goal. If the Lethbridge player had touched the puck, the play would have been whistled dead. Woods' goal served as icing on the cake, however, as it was the seventh Lethbridge marker of the night. Alex Tidey was the big point-getter of the night for the homestanding Broncos, scoring two goals and assisting on another. Ben Richardson, Bryan Trottier, Don Eastcott and John Lutz also scored for the locals. Bomber marksmen were Rich Gosselin, Dan Kuntz, Scott Williams and Tom Cullen. The win solidified the Broncos hold on second place in the East Division league, putting them only a single point behind Brandon and Saskatoon who are tied for the lead with 18 points. The Broncos have three games in hand over Brandon, and have played one less game than Saskatoon. Flin Flon opened the scoring last night when Rich Gosselin beat Lethbridge netminder Rollie Boutin with the Broncos' playing two men short. Kuntz moved the visitors ahead 2-0 at the nine-minute mark with a blistering wrist shot that beat Boutin on the stick side. At of the first stanza Ben Richardson put the Bron- cos in the game on a power play slap shot from the point. Trottier, who was chosen as the first star of the game by Minnesota scout Gump Worsley, tied the game up at of the period on a nice passing play from Brian Sutter and Doug Gillespie. Williams moved Flin Flon back into the lead for the se- cond time midway through the second period with a power play goal. Don Eastcott, playing fine hockey the past two home games, knotted things up at 3-3 when he banged in a loose puck in front of the Bomber net on a rebound off a Richardson slap shot. Cullen put the Bombers back into the lead for the final time in the game when he connected on a shot just over the Lethbridge blueline. Seven seconds later the Broncos struck back as Alex Tidey potted his first of two goals on a nifty passing play from Sutter and Trottier off the faceoff at centre ice. Tidey made it two-in-a-row at the mark when he gained control of a rolling puck and fired it past Swanson. John Lutz, who had missed on a clean-cut breakaway chance early in the period, put the Broncos ahead 6-4 at the mark of the middle frame with a blistering slap shot from the top of the face off circles directly in front of the Bomber net. The third period was one you had to see to believe. The game was moving slowly towards completion, with neither team having many opportunities to score when a seemingly innocent penalty call by referee Bob MacPherson broke things wide open. MacPherson tagged the Bombers for too many men on the ice, when they got caught on a player change. Bomber coach Mel Pearson took exception to the call, and gathered his players around him at the bench in a protest move. The referee took exception to his call being questioned and added a bench minor to the original penalty. That really shook things up. Bomber Ray Russell questioned the referee's calls and he found himself with a 10 minute miscon- duct. The Bomber bench emptied onto the ice in protest, but common sense prevailed and order was restored with the Bombers playing two men short and with little hope of getting back into the game. When the third period ended referee MacPherson had handed out nine minors, four majors and three misconducts. Despite the two-man advantage for a full two minutes the Broncos failed to score. It wasn't until the Bomber goalie left the net on the delayed penalty call at the mark that the only goal of the period was scored. Greg Woods will remember that one for many years to come. Coach Earl Ingarfield was pleased with his club's results, and was particularly pleased with the performance of his third line consisting of Jerry Bancks, Don Eastcott and Bill Jobson. "The boys have given us three good he said. "They've scored in the last two games and are really playing well." The Lethbridge coach also singled out goalie Rollie Boutin, celebrating his 17th birthday, for praise. "He looked real good tonight. In fact we could have come out of the first period with four or five goals against us if it wasn't for the coach stated. Brian Sutter was the second star of the game as picked by Worsley and Rich Gosselin of Flin Flon was the third. OVERTIME John Lutz was deserving of a star for his night's work he scored a goal, had an assist and defen- sively broke up a three-on-one break with a nice check he went both ways all night for the Broncos Boutin's fast glove saved the Broncos a number of times the youngster should have gained a lot of confidence with the win last night neither club impressed in power play situations the Broncos played a total of three minutes with a two man ad- vantage but couldn't manage to score the best player on the ice for the Bombers had to be big Bob Watson he was on the puck all night and impressed with his hustle Trot- tier has terrible luck with goal posts he had two shots just trickle by on the wrong side of the post instead of into the open net... Don Eastcott has been flying since his old line- mate. Jerry Bancks, joined the club Broncos proved they can come from behind in the game as they were down three times before coming on to win Sunday's game against Medicine Hat is shaping up to be a dandy. LETHBRIDGE 7 FLIN FLON 4 Period: 1. Flin Flon, Gosselin (B. Davidson) 2. Flin Flon. Kuntz 3. Lethbridge. Richardson (Reiger. Tidey) 4. Lethbridge. Trottier (Sutter. Gillespie) Penalties Trottier L Gillespie L (major, Williams FF (major) Lutz L Kuntz FF East- cott L McDill FF Montgomery FF M. Davidson FF Second Period: 5. Flin Flon. Williams (Watson) 6. Lethbridge. Eastcott (Bancks, Richardson) 7. Flin Flon, Cullen (Kuntz, B. David- son) 8. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutter. Trottier) 9. Lethbridge, Tidey (Sutter, Lutz) 10. Lethbridge. Lutz Penalties Gillespie L Lutz L Fleming FF Richardson L Third Period: 11. Lethbridge. Woods Penalties Gardnier FF Tidey L Bancks L, Russell FF Russell FF Flin Flon Bench Minor, team minor. Delorme L (major, misconduct) Robillard FF (major, misconduct) Lee L Jensen L. Dorman FF (majors) Sutter L Watson FF on goal by Flin Flon 10 11 10-31 Lethbridge 15 20 Goal: Boutin, Lethbridge; Swanson, Flin Flon. Attendance 2.486. Cardston's Lynn Jensen is leading in two events ONE BRYAN TROTTIER IS ENOUGN TROUBLE FOR A GOALIE, BUT TWO? NOT REALLY, IT'S JUST HERALD PHOTOGRAPHER RICK ERVIN HAVING SOME DOUBLE EXPOSURE FUN ON A TROTTIER GOAL. INSET IS ALEC TIDEY. HIGA'S JEWELLERY FINAL DAYS! DIAMOND DINNER RINGS set wiin rutnes. emera'Os or ires. a seleclio''. to 20% OFF GENTS' CALENDAR WATCHES Steel or while cases. Reg. 32.50 I ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL BIRTHSTONE RINGS ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 1974 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT AND GENTS1 DIAMOND RINGS FREE DRAWI 1 GENTS1 BULOVA AUTOMATIC DAY DATE WATCH 1 LADIES' BULOVA 14 KT WATCH PLUS OTHER PRIZES LADIES' WATCHES Reg. 27.95 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 1574 ORDER FAMILY RINGS NOW FOR CHRISTMAS! 10% OFF LIMITED AMOUNT OF ACCUTRON TIME PIECES SAVE UP TO 4GS-13 Street North IGA'S JEWELLERY Phone 327-7610 Frazier, Cloverlay separate PHILADELPHIA (APi Joe Frazier and Cloverlay, the organization of Philadelphia citizens that launched Frazier to the heavyweight boxing championship, have agreed to split The corporation has run out of options to renew the contract written in 1965 short- ly after Frazier turned professional after winning a gold medal in the 1964 Olynv pics. "We've been good for each other, but I think it's time to end it." Frazier said of his nine-year association with the management lirm. Original investors in Clover- lay bought shares at each. The money was used to pay Training expenses and provide a weekly salary for Frazier. then a 22-year-old lather '.f four, the his purses dur'-j; the first three years of the contract. Cloverlay stock has split nu- merous times over the years. Frazicr's share increased to 55 per rent in 1968 and to 60 per cent in 1971. At time. pcif'-ns own 37.000 shares of stock. EDMONTON (CP) John Gratton of Edmonton turned the saddle bronc competition at the first Canadian National Finals Rodeo into a three-way contest with a sensational 86 marking during the third go- round Wednesday. It was the second time Gratton has finished in the money in three performances, and the 40 points he garnered for the top mark Wednesday boosted his total to 70. the same as Melvin Coleman of Pierceland, Sask., who tied for second Wednesday with Tom Bews of Pekisko. Each marked a 74 during the third go-round with a 72 by Jerry Sinclair of Lloydminster good for fourth money, 10 points and a 60-point aggregate after three nights. With the rodeo at the half- way mark, there was a change in the all-around leader. Lynn Jensen of Cardston. scored a third-place ride in bareback to boost his point total to 80. five more than Phil Doan of High River, who managed a fourth- place finish in the same event to finish three go-rounds with 75 points. Kenny McLean of Vernon. B.C.. a five-time all-around champion, moved into conten- tion again with the night's best effort in calf roping 10.2 seconds. Lome Wells of Calgary was second in the third go-round at 10.8 seconds to assume the lead by himself in that event, with 90 points to 80 for Bill Reeder of Cardston. Reeder. tied with Wells after two rounds, was third-fastest on the night at 12.3 seconds. There is also a new leader in bull riding, where Jim Freeman of Caroline, Alta.. marked an 81 to take go-round honors for the second con- secutive night, giving him an 80-point total. 20 more than Brian Oavpool of Saskatoon. Claypool was fourth in the third round after having shared the lead with Tom Davies of Medicine Hat going into the performance. John Dodds of Morningside. Alta.. was second in the event with a 76 while Dale Rose of Medicine Hat was third with 72 to move into third place after three go-rounds. In bareback and steer wrestling, second-round leaders maintained their margins. Jensen, the all- around leader, has 80 points in bareback for a 30-point margin on both Allan Thorpe of Bowden. and Mel Hyland of Ponoka. Gene Miller of Busby. Alia., moved into con- tention with the night's top ride of 75 for a total of 40 points In steer wrestling Lee Phillips of Tarseland. ''jrnpd :n .0 time of five flat for his third straight night in the money and has 100 points after three rounds, a 60-point bulge on Clark Schlosser of Stavely. and Doan In women's barrel racing. .Terri Due? of Granum. stayed r.f ;h" dosni'f her third-place lime of 14 9 seconds Wednesday. Dee Watt of Williams Lake. B.C., with the quickest time of 14.7 seconds, and Elaine Stewart of St. Pierre, Man. second Wednesday at 14.8 seconds share second place after three rounds. In novice saddle bronc riding, Keith Gower of Ed- monton was first for the third straight night and has cinched at least a tie for the cham- pionship. Lonnie Thomson of Black Diamond, retains the lead in boys steer riding after tying with Marty Lyle of Calgary in Wednesday's round. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W Saskatoon......8 Brandon........8 Lethbridge .....8 Regina.........7 Winnipeg.......2 Flin Flon........2 T F 2 72 2 72 1 64 0 60 3 36 3 51 Wettern Victoria .......12 5 2 97 Medicine Hat 9 New Westmin 6 Kamloops......6 Edmonton......5 Calgary ........1 ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgary .......10 Red Deer......10 Drumheller___ 9 Spruce Grove 7 Taber......... 7 0 13 1 57 2 55 0 62 1 52 5 49 T F 0 97 0 70 0 68 0 69 0 91 0 47 A Ptl 4b 18 83 18 54 17 71 14 47 7 81 7 72 26 44 19 61 14 45 12 47 11 77 7 A Pit. 55 20 61 20 75 18 60 14 92 14 99 0 The Pass NATIONAL LEAGUE W L T F A Ptt. Division 1 Philadelphia 8 3 2 44 NY Islanders... 7 3 3 50 Atlanta........ 7 5 2 43 NY Rangers 6 5 2 45 Division 2 Chicago....... 7 4 2 57 7 3 2 44 3 6 3 38 2 7 3 24 Kansas City 1 9 1 28 Division 3 B 1 5 4 Vancouver. St. Louis Minnesota Los Angeles Montreal Detroit Pittsburgh Washington Buffalo..... Boston..... Toronto California 5 5 3 5 1 9 Division 4 8 3 4 3 ...4 5 ..28 4 44 5 47 2 36 2 36 1 21 2 49 5 50 3 46 4 35 31 18 28 17 38 16 39 14 35 16 31 16 44 9 47 7 52 3 22 20 40 15 51 12 40 8 45 3 43 18 36 13 11 67 8 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division W L T F A Pts N. England .....6 1 0 30 17 12 Cleveland ......2 3 1 16 20 5 Chicago........2 6 0 21 27 4 Indianapolis___1 8 0 14 35 2 Wastern Division Houston........6 4 0 43 33 12 San Diego......5 2 0 28 27 10 Phoenix........3 5 1 33 37 7 Minnesota......3 5 0 27 37 6 Michigan.......2 8 0 26 48 4 Canadian Winnipeg.......7 1 0 49 20 14 Toronto ........7 4 0 48 38 14 Quebec ........6 2 0 36 21 12 Vancouver......4 5 0 28 37 8 Edmonton......2 2 01315 4 HOCKEY SCORES National NY Rangers 7 California 3 Atlanta 2 NY Islandersl Montreal 4 Detroit 4 Buffalo 6 Chicago 4 Toronto 7 Minnesota 4 World Quebec 5 Vancouver 3 American Hershey 5 Springfield 3 Rochester 3 New Haven 3 Syracuse 5 Virginia 4 Western Canada Lethbridge 7 Flin Flon 4 Saskatchewan Junior Swift Current 3 Melville 1 Humboldt 4 Prince Albert 9 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA C'eveland 107 Washington 99 Philadelphia 105 Chicago 90 Boston 128 Portland 110 Detroit 118 KC Omaha 104 Buffalo 110 New Orleans 98 ABA Indiana 136 Denver 116 Kentucky 97 Utah 85 San Antonio 111 Virginia 106 New York 126 St. Louis 100 W.C.H.L. 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