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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 Mcortwi tour Dtpurt January 10, 1079 February 15, 1975 Prlctd at only person occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL 'NTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 320-3201 The LetKbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Shopping Mall flterta PhOM (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES 'Third Section Lethbndge, Alberta, Saturday, November 9, 1974 Pages 21-32- second period paced by Sutter Broncos win fifth straight By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Winning five straight Western Canada Hockey League ames has to give a coach a good feeling. "You bet it said a smiling Earl Ingarfield Fn- ay night after his Lethbndge Broncos had belted Win- iipeg Clubs 5-2 before fans. "We're getting a solid effort from three lines and it's smiled Ingarfield. His smile reached its ultimate when he stated that the game with Medicine Hat Tigers was a complete "That will be a big he added, "a nice one to win." In the meantime, Ingarfield soaked up the feeling that tes with five straight wins in the league. He indicated he would take five-for-five anytime It's long season so a club has to get all they can when they Friday night the Broncos went after all they could get the second period and it garnered them three un- answered markers that put the game out of reach for the .tubs. After Ron Delorme of the Broncos and Kelly Breen- of the Clubs exchanged first period markers the icals went to work In particular the line of Brian Sutter, Bryan Trottier nd Alec Tidey shook a slow start and set the pace Stan Jensen, Delorme, and Trottier each banged ime singles while Sutter fired in a pair of goals. Green- anks and Jerry Rollins accounted for the Winnipeg cores Jensen moved the Broncos ahead 2-1 at the 2.47 mark he blasted a high-rising shot past Winnipeg net-minder im Bannerman. Jensen's goal set the stage for Trottier's goal, the one at turned out to be the eventual winner Trottier fought off a Winnipeg check, camped his 11" frame in front of Bannerman and banged in a pass from Sutter who dug the puck out of the cor- ?r Sutter came right back and converted a pass from Jec Tidey In what appeared to be a Tidey shot that appeared headed behind the Winnipeg net, turned out to another almost perfect setup. Tidey's long shot came off the boards just to the right the Clubs' net and Sutter drilled a high shot past a itunned Bannerman Sutter completed the Bronco scoring in the final mod as he finished off a three-way play involving inemates Trottier and Tidey. Trottier knocked a Winnipeg player off the puck, slid ic puck to Tidey who in turn fed it to Sutter who was all ilone in front Bingo, it was 5-1 and all over. Rollins jammed a rebound past Lethbndge netminder ollie Boutin at the 12-minute mark but the damage had jen done. Boutin finished the game with 28 saves while >annerman stopped 26. A total of 18 penalties marred proceedings Friday with the visiting Clubs getting the nod on seven minors as compared to three for the Broncos. The two teams shared eight major penalties Broncos had a light skate today in preparation for Sunday's battle with Medicine Hat Tigers. The game with the Tigers is all sold out but standing room only seats will be available at Sunday evening. ICE CHIPS Friday's three stars were all Broncos In order from first to third were Rolhe Boutin, Brian Sutter and Ron Delorme Jerry Rollins of the Clubs, who took a few runs Friday, dished out his best check of the night when he belted teammate Larry Skinner Winnipeg uniforms looked very much like the Russians, all red with some white trim.. .Broncos'Dean Samis, who has gathered a few splinters on the bench of late, turned in his best effort of the season Besides a solid two-way game he chalked up a pair of wins in the fisticuff depart- ment Friday's game was the first game for the Clubs in 17 days BRONCOS 5 WINNIPEG 2 Firat Period: 1 Lethbndge Delorme (Woods, Jensen) 1 14, 2 Win- nipeg, Greenbank (McCarthy, Bannerman) 6 45 Penalties Lash W 1 17, Sutter L (major) Rollins W (minor, major) 2 16, Samis L, Greenbank W 2 38, Bancks L 5 17 Samis L Legge W 18 21 McCarthy W 19 32 Second Period: 3 Lethbndge, Jensen (Delorme, Samis) 2 47, 4 Lethbndge Trottier (Sutter Tidey) 5 10, 5 Lethbndge, Sutter (Tidey, Lutz) 8 53 Penalty Gillespie L 15 13 Third Period: 6 Lethbndge Sutter (Tidey, Trottier) 5 48, 7 Winnipeg, Rollins (Warren) 12 00 Penalties Brydges W 8 49, Samis L, Warren W (majors) 14 40 Sutter L McCarthy, W (majors) 17 08, Blumenshien W 1723, Rollins W 1855 Shots on goal by Winnipeg 9 12 9 30 Lethbndge 10 12 9 31 Goal Bannerman, Winnipeg, Boutin, Lethbndge Attendance LCI Invitational tourney dates finalized-Dec. 6-7 The dates for the annual LCI Invitational Basketball Tour- nament have been set. The prestigious highschool event will be run off Dec 6 and 7 Eight teams will take part in the two day tourney, including the host LCI Rams Others attending include Walter Murray Collegiate of Saskatoon, Thorn Collegiate of Regina, David Thompson Secondary School from Invermere, teams from Calgary and Edmonton, Cardston High school and Winston Churchill High School in the city. A special pep rally has been set up for p.m. in the main LCI gym to introduce the players and coaches the opening day of the tourney. Sportsmanship awards, for both team and individual, will be awarded at the tournament's conclusion and trophies will be presented to the winners of first, second, third and consolation positions. A foul shooting contest will run throughout the tournament and the best cheerleading squad will also be selected. Tournament chairman is Hugh Tamblyn. Mowinto with Uniroyal's SUPER VINTERIDE -onomicai 4 ply nylon with great sno.v iction Available in 78 series and 83senes smaller cars Also available in 78 series liroyal has a snow tire to fit every ir and every pocket book. lETREADS You Can't BtM iraoel In Including F78-1-S and 15 G78-1-J and 15 H78 it aid 15 SNOW PLOW RETREADS va'ue perioTrnance1 CoTTtpt Gua'-cirileed' Thev Carry the S New Tires1 Let us put a Snowplow on your car TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRID6E 16213rd AVB.S. Phom 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Avi. PilDM 223-3441 CALGARY 1210 45th Avi. N.E. Phow 276-5344 UNIROYAL Kodiaks win first RED DEER (Special) A strong second half perfor- mance lifted the LCC Kodiaks to a 76-66 triumph over the NAIT Ookpiks Friday night in first round action of the Alberta College Athletic Conference pre season tour- nament The Kodiaks battled back from a 37-28 halftime deficit for the victory to advance to the semi finals this afternoon against the host Red Deer College Kings Greg Hess led the local at- tack with 23 points while Wayne Anderson and Alan Pard added 16 and 14 respec- tively Rick Gawlick was tops for the losers with 22 points In other action. Camrose dumped Grande Prairie 67-50 and SAIT downed Olds 74-63 Grant MacEwan College lost both of its games Friday, dropping a 58-52 decision to Olds before getting clubbed 80-44 by Mount Royal. Conrad nets four goals OLDS (Special) Brian Conrad notched a pair of goals in each of the first and third periods to pace the University of Lethbndge Pronghoms to a 9-7 triumph over the Olds College Broncos in Alberta College Athletic Conference hockey action Fnday night The locals built period leads of 4-1 and 5-4 en route to the victory, which evened their ACAC season record at 2-2 In addition to Conrad's four -goal outburst. the Pronghorns got two goals from Guy Smith and singles from Jim McDonald. Dennis Smith and Merton Vaile Randy Armstrong had a pair of markers for Olds The University was assess- ed nine of the 22 minor penalties handed out as well as one major and a game mis- conduct Olds was also tagged with a major and game mis- conduct in addition to a match penalty SUTTER PULLS TRIGGER IN SECOND PERIOD Sportsplex all sold out for Sunday It took just over a month for the Lethbndge Broncos to set a new attendance record. On Sunday, Oct 6 the Bron- cos played host to Regina Pats in the Western Canada Hockey League season opener for both clubs. In the stands that even- ing were fans At the time the crowd was the largest ever to watch a hockey game in Lethbridge. Forget all that as of Sunday night. As early as the start of the second period of Friday night's game with Winnipeg Clubs Sunday's encounter with Medicine Hat Tigers was a sellout What it all boils down to is the fact that over people will be on hand at seven Sun- day evening when the Broncos play host to the Bengals of the Gas City in the second meeting between the two clubs this season. The Tigers won the opener 5-4 on home ice. Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Broncos is expecting a very tough contest Sunday. "The Tigers have a winning he said. "They have been to the Memorial Cup and they are tough." Ingarfield went on to say that the Tigers have good balance and as well they hus- tle and work hard If Ingarfield makes any changes in his club they will be few and far between It is expected that Lome Molleken will be back in the nets while Archie Henderson should be back in uniform Molleken has had a rest the last two encounters as rookie Rolhe Boutin saw action "Boutin played very Ingarfield said "He certainly isn't out of place in this league DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 Forest Fire Hazards Are HIGH PLEASE Put out Camp Fires Destroy Cigarettes and Douse all Ashes before you leave the Forest Area LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow ;