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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, November 11, 1974 DISNEYLAND and CALIFORNIA 18 day escorted tour Depart lethbrldge January 18, 1975 February 15, 197S Priced at only per person double occupancy ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Herald Sports Single goals in each period lead to triumph before Tigers consistent in upending Broncos By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor The Medicine Hat Tigers were simply hungrier Sun- day at the Lethbridge Sportsplex. "They were hungrier than we said Lethbridge Bronco coach Ealr Ingarfield after his club had dropped a 3-1 verdict to the Tigers before a record crowd of "They wanted the win more than we added Ingarfield, "It's as simple as that." Tigers were never headed as they led 1-0 and 2-0 by periods. Ingarfield went on to say that the Gas City crew out- skated and outworked his club. "We only played one period of hockey and I have said before, you can't win in the Western Canada Hockey League playing just 20 continued Ingarfield. Broncos' big line of Bryan Trottier, Brian Sutter and Alex Tidey did not have one of their better games. A lot of their problems stemmed from the performance of Medicine Hat netminder Ken Holland. Holland was brilliant as he stopped 34 of 35 shots directed at him, including 20 in the final period when the Broncos fought desperately to get back into the game. Greg Vaydick, Don Murdoch and Morris Lukowitch accounted for the Medicine Hat goals while Sutter spoiled Holland's bid for a shutout at the mark of the final period. The damage, however, had been done. The two clubs stuck to hockey and as a result just nine minor infractions marred proceedings with the Tigers getting the nod on six occasions. Lukowitch opened the scoring for the Tigers at the mark of the first period. He appeared to fool Lethbridge goalie Lome Molleken as Molleken was slow to move on the shot and it beat him on the stick side from a rather bad angle. Vaydiok's goal came as a result of hustle, with a little help from Lady Luck. Vaydick outraced a Lethbridge defender on what would have been an icing call and slapped the puck at Molleken, again from a bad angle. "It went in off my said Molleken after the game. Murdoch made it 3-0 Tigers in the third period as he was left unguarded in front of Molleken and made no mis- take in putting it home. Suiter's goal helped ease the frustration of having miss- ed two excellent opportunities earlier in the game. Sutler's linemate Trottier drove his hard shot off the post MOLLEKEN STABS HARD SHOT FROM THE POINT STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER KAMATA BIG JOHN QUINN vs LES THORNTON KELLY TWINS vs SULLIVAN ft MARTEL LANE vs KLOKEID 7 Big Bouts Champs will play CALGARY (CP) The Canadian Amateur Softball Association decided Sunday that the men's team winning the 1975 Canadian cham- pionship will represent _ jo H Canada at the 1976 world championship in New Zealand. The delegates, at the end of the annual meeting, rejected a motion to select an all-star team to compete in the world event. A record attendance was set for the meeting which also elected the first woman provincial commissioner. Joan French of Calgary, who will represent Alberta. The 1975 senior men's cham- pionship will be played at Osh- awa. Ont. with the senior women's at Calgary and the junior men's at Saskatoon. The executive will decide the of the junior women's event later Hob Van Impe of Saskatoon was re-elected president for his sixth term. Dee Murphy of Si John's was re-elected first vice-president with Ray Veaseau of Montreal, second vice president. Jack Gray of' Halifax, third vice-president, and George Lehnert of Calgary, fourth vice- presidenl Cliff Heoch of Hflk-vilJe, Ont was elected Irrasurer and Sutter slid in the rebound. The two clubs go at it again in Medicine Hat Tuesday while the Broncos' next home action is this Friday night when they play host to Winnipeg Clubs. LOOSE PUCKS The Broncos played two men short in the first period but the Tigers failed to score The award for the best sign of the night has to go to the person or persons who made up the one reading "Tigers duck shupe for Broncos Jack Shupe is the Tiger coach Ken Holland was the game's first star, Lome Molleken second and Greg Vaydick was third Molleken stopped Lethbridge product Bryan Maxwell on a clear breakaway Tigers were a man short at the time It was great to see the large crowd on hand, the largest ever to watch a hockey game in Lethbridge MEDICINE HAT 3 LETHBRIOGE 1 First Period: 1. Medicine Hat, Lukowich Penalties Bast MH Delorme L Gillespie L Vaughn MH Hilworth MH Second Period: 2. Medicine Hat, Vaydick (Dean, Sanche) Penalties Carroll MH Trottier L Ray MH Third Period: 3. Medicine Hat. Murdoch (Bast. Boychuk) 4. Lethbridge. Sutter (Tidey. Trottier) Penalties Sanche MH Shots on goal by Medicine Hat 14 11 10 35 Lethbridge 8 7 20 Goaltenders Holland. Medicine Hat; Molleken. Lethbridge. Attendance: WCHL summaries REGINA 5 EDMONTON 2 First Period: 1. Regina, Minor (Tudor. Faulkner) 2. Edmonton, Sadler (G. Soetaert. Perkins) Penalties Minor R :56, Harazny R Olson E Second Period: 3. Edmonton, Bucyk (Lacuyer, Sadler) 4. Regina, Tudor (Minor, Faulkner) Penalties Babych E, Wirachowsky R (majors) G. Soetaert Lecuyer E (minor, Bucyk E G. Joly R Wirachowsky (major) Third Period: 5. Regina, Tudor (G. Joly, Minor) 6. Regina, Tudor (Faulkner) 7. Regina, Faulkner. (G. Joly. Minor) Penalties Tidball R Mulvey E D. Soetaert E (misconduct) G. Soetaert E (minor, misconduct, game misconduct) Johnston E Shots on goal by Edmonton 13 14 Regina 11 18 Attendance: SASKATOON 4 WINNIPEG 2 First Period: 1. Winnipeg. Blumenschein (Wagner, Greenbank) Penalties Rollins W Peters S Rollins W (double minor) Girardin W. Hawryliw S Second Period: 2. Saskatoon, Arndt (B. Champman. Williams) 3. Winnipeg. Brydges (Wagner) Penalties D. Chapman S Meagher W Saskatoon Bench (served by Gulut- zan) Girardin W Rollins W. (minor) Deters S (misconduct) Third Period: 4. Saskatoon. Arndt (Federko. Williams) 5. Saskatoon. D. Chapman (Peters) 6. Saskatoon. B. Chapman Penalties Rollins W Baumgartner W (minor, ma- D. Chapman S Hoffmeyer S (game misconduct) Eakin W Shots on goal by Winnipeg 8 7 Saskatoon 6 16 Attendance: 1.647. NEW WEST. 6 FLIN FLON 2 First Period: 1. New Westminster. Maxwell. (Smith. Pachal) 2. Flin Flon. Montgomery (Watson) 3. New Westminster. Lofthouse (Beck. Shmyr) Penalties Kuntz FF (major) Berry NW (double minor) B. Davidson Pachal NY Hochstetter NW Fleming. Second Period: 4. New West- minster. Sleep (Beck, Berry) 5. New Westminster, Maxwell (Shmyr, Pachal) Penalties Gorman FF Cameron NW Shmyr NW Haugen FF Fleming FF Third Period: 6. New Westminster, Cameron 7. New Westminster. Shmyr (Maxwell. Lofthouse) 8. Flin Flon, Williams (Watson. Gar- diner) Penalties Beck NY (double Haugen FF Hochstetter NW.Gardiner FF (majors) Dorman FF (major, game mis- conduct) Cullen FF (major) Rideout FF (double minor, game Flin Flon bench (served by Clippingdale NW Rolin NW Beck NW (game miscon- Pachal NW (double minor, game misconduct) Shots on goal by Flin Flon 10 126 28 New West. 13 13 13 39 Attendance 2.214. Blades first By The CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades erupted for three unanswered third- period goals Sunday in a Western Hockey League game against Winnipeg Clubs and with a 4-2 victory moved into first place in the league's eastern division. Regina Pats also scored three unanswered goals in the third period against Ed- monton Oil Kings at Regina. Two of the Pats' goals in the third period were on power plays and gave the Regina team a 5-2 victory. In the other game Sunday, the New Westminster Bruins dumped Flin Flon Bombers 6- 2 at New Westminster in a fight-filled encounter. In games Saturday. Flin Flon was drubbed 10-1 by Vic- toria Medicine Hat shut out Winnipeg 6-0 and New West- minster defeated Kamloops 4- 1. Saskatoon was the only club to improve its position in the standings, edging ahead of the idle Brandon Wheat Kings. Blades now have 21 points while Wheat Kings have 20 and Lethbridge is in third spot in the eastern division with 19. one ahead of Regina. Win- nipeg and Flin Flon trail with sever, point1; each. In division. Vic- lorn has 23 points and a five- point edge on Medicine Hat. Westminster follows with r, points. Kamloops has R i monton 12 and Calgary seven. Minor hockey Action was plentiful in the Lethbridge Minor Hockey League over the weekend. In Bantam "B" action the Kings, behind the shutout goaltending of Murray Red- man, defeated the Hornets 3-0. Ralph Quint scored two goals and Lane Belsher knock- ed in one for the winners. The Blazers outdistanced the Nuggets 7-5 in a high scor- ing Bantam "B" game with Robert Wood scoring four times for the winners. Lance Gilchrist added two more and Barry Weintraub rounded out the goal scoring for the Blazers. Len Young banged in two for the Nuggets while singletons went to Braum Barber, Bruce Lyon and George Siegl. The Bruins, aided by two goals from David Kar- bashewski. out distanced the Mustangs 4-2. Tommy Amatto and Danny Orich also scored for the winners. Ron Watson and Russel Coulter replied for the Mustangs. In another Bantam "B" contest the Eagles beat the Lions 4-2 and the Falcons out- scored the D. Q. Jets 3-2 in Pee Wee action. Volleyball University of Lethbridge men's volleyball teams took it on the chin over the weekend, but their female counterparts came home from Calgary with a tournament championship. The varsity men lost two matches to Mount Royal College teams in Calgary, as did the junior varsity men. But the women took top spot in the eight-team University of Calgary Women's. "B" In- vitational by dumping Mount Royal 2-0 in the championship final. The women won top spot in a round-robin tournament, and then edged the U. of Alberta Junior Pandas 2-i in the semi-finals. The varsity men dropped three straight games to Mount Roya! varsity by scores of 15- 6. 15-6 and 15-11. They manag- ed to win one game against MRC Grads by a 15-fl court, but dropped 15-32. 15-11. and 15-4 contests. The junior varsity men lost three games straight to both Mount Royal teams. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mill LKtbrieff, AlbMli PhOM (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS 1 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts. Saskatoon..... 9 3 3 78 49 21 Brandon....... 9 7 2 81 87 20 Lethbridge 9 6 1 70 59 19 Regina........ 8 10 0 71 74 16 Winnipeg...... 2 8 3 40 62 7 Flin Flon ......2 12 3 60106 7 Western Division Victoria ......13 5 2 107 74 28 Medicine Hat ..11 3 1 66 45 23 New West...... 8 8 2 65 64 18 Kamloops..... 7 7 0 72 54 14 Edmonton..... 5 6 2 56 54 12 Calgary 1 11 5 54 92 7 NATIONAL LEAGUE Division 1 W L T F A Pts. Phila........11 3 2 55 33 24 Atlanta........ 8 6 2 48 42 18 NY Islanders... 7 4 3 52 32 17 NY Rangers 6 5 3 47 41 15 Division 2 Vancouver..... 9 4 2 57 41 20 Chicago....... 7 5 2 57 37 16 St. Louis 4 6 3 42 46 11 Minnesota..... 3 8 3 31 54 9 Kansas City 1 11 1 33 64 3 Division 3 Los Angeles 9 1 5 51 27 23 Montreal 7 4 5 62 44 19 Detroit 5 6 2 38 55 12 Pittsburgh..... 4 7 2 47 55 10 Washington.... 1 12 1 28 72 3 Division 4 Buffalo........10 3 2 63 47 22 Boston........ 6 3 5 64 43 17 Toronto....... 4 6 3 51 55 11 California...... 2 10 4 37 75 8 LEAGUE LEADERS G A Pts Orr, Bos..................9 21 30 Esposito. Bos............15 12 27 Pappin, Chi..............11 9 20 Lysiak, All................8 12 20 Perreault. Buf............10 919 Lafleur, Mtl...............8 11 19 Dionne. Del...............4 15 19 0. Potvin. NY I ............3 16 19 Boldirev. Chi..............6 12 18 Boudrias. Van ............4 14 18 Oddleifson, Van...........4 14 18 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A Pts. Toronto 9 4 0 62 42 18 Winnipeg...... 7 1 1 52 23 15 Quebec 6 3 0 39 25 12 Vancouver..... 4 6 1 32 42 9 Edmonton..... 3 2 0 17 16 6 Eastern Division New England 7 2 0 35 21 14 Indianapolis 4 8 0 28 40 8 Cleveland 3 4 1 19 25 7 Chicago....... 2 7 0 21 34 4 Western Division Houston....... 6 5 0 47 San Diego..... 6 4 0 32 Phoenix....... 4 6 141 Minnesota..... 4 6 0 41 Michigan...... 2 9 0 27 WHA LEADERS G Dillon. Tor...............10 Hull. Wpg................12 Nilsson. Wpg .............5 Simpson. Tor............10 Henderson. Tor ...........9 Lacroix. 3D...............8 Hickey. Tor...............9 Lund. Hou................9 Walton. Min...............9 Mahovlich, Tor............7 Hedberg. Wpg ............5 Trernblay. Clue............1 38 12 36 12 49 9 48 8 54 4 A Pts. 13 23 8 20 13 18 7 17 7 16 8 16 6 15 6 15 5 14 7 14 9 15 13 14 WEEKEND HOCKEY SUNDAY National Philadelphia 3 California 0 Boston 4 Atlanta 3 Montreal 11 Washington 1 Buffalo 8 Pittsburgh 3 Vancouver 4 Detroit 2 World Minnesota 10 Phoenix 4 Edmonton 4 Cleveland 1 Indianapolis 6 Michigan 1 Toronto 7 Chicago 0 San Diego 4 Quebec 3 American Nova Scotia 3 New Haven 2 Springfield 4 Providence 4 Virginia 6 Rochester 4 Syracuse 7 Richmond 1 Central Dallas 4 Omaha 2 International Des Moines 3 Flint 3 Lansing 4 Kalamazoo 3 Muskegon 5 Port Huron 2 Western Canada Regina 5 Edmonton 2 Saskatoon 4 Winnipeg 2 Medicine Hat 3 Lethbridge 1 New Westminster 6 Flin Flon 2 Manitoba Junior Dauphin 5 Winnipeg 3 West Kildonan 5 St. James 4 Selkirk 6 Portage 3 Brandon 7 Kenora 6 Saskatchewan Junior Batlietords 6 Moose Jaw 3 Swift Current 3 Estevan Prince Alberta 7 Weyburn 2 Alberta Junior Spruce Grove 9 Calgary 5 B.C. Junior Spruce Grove 9 Calgary 5 B.C. Junior Vernon 8 Merritt 7 Bellingham 4 Vernon 3 SATURDAY National NY Rangers 2 Los Angeles 2 St. Louis 4 NY Islanders 2 Philadelphia 6 Washington 2 Montreal 4 Vancouver 3 Pittsburgh 5 California 2 Minnesota 7 Toronto 5 Buffalo 6 Kansas City 1 World Toronto 7 Minnesota 4 Indianapolis 5 Houston 4 Phoenix 4 New England 2 Winnipeg 3 Vancouver 3 American Baltimore 4 Syracuse 2 Hershey 6 Richmond 5 Springfield 5 New Haven 1 Central Denver 5 Fort Worth 1 Oklahoma City 2 Tulsa 2 Salt Lake 3 Omaha 3 Seattle 4 Dallas 2 International Dayton 6 Toledo 4 Columbus 4 Fort Wayne 3 Muskegon 8 Des Moines 3 Port Huron 5 Lansing 4 Saginaw 2 Kalamazoo 1 Western International Spokane 7 Kimberley 1 Cranbrook 5 Trail 2 Western Canada Medicine Hat 6 Winnipeg 0 Victoria 10 Flin Flon 2 New Westminster 4 Kamloops 1 Manitoba Junior Dauphin 6 Winnipeg 4 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 2 Weyburn 0 Humboldt 4 Regina Foxes 0 Melville 7 Battlefords 5 Alberta Junior Drumheller 11 Taber 0 B.C. Junior Kelowna 11 Merritt 4 Penticton 6 Vernon 3 Bellingham 5 Chilliwack 4 WEEKEND BASKETBALL SUNDAY NBA Seattle 109 Philadelphia 95 Buffalo 124 Detroit 117 New Orleans 102 Portland 101 Boston 102 Kansas City-Omaha 99 Golden State 106 Los Angeles 103 ABA Indiana 117 St. Louis 109 Memphis 91 San Antonio 89 Denver 125 San Diego 101 SATURDAY NBA Buffalo 109 Detroit 100 Portland 119 Atlanta 115 Washington 96 Chicago 89 Phoenix 101 Houston 96 Golden State 97 New York 93 ABA Kentucky 103 New York 97 Denver 130 Virginia 108 San Antonio 131 Indiana 118 San Diego 103 Utah 99 NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GBL Buffalo..........8 3 .727 Boston..........7 5 .583 1'-i New York........6 5 .545 2 Philadelphia.....5 6 .455 3 Central Division Washington......9 2 .818 Cleveland .......6. 4 .600 2Vi Houston.........5 5 .545 3 Atlanta..........5 6 .455 4 N. Orleans......- 1 11 .083 8''i WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division KC-Omaha......6 5 .545 Detroit ..........7 6 .538 Chicago.........5 7 .417 Milwaukee.......1 10 .091 5 Pacific Division G. State .........9 3 .750 Seattle ........7 4 .636 1 v, Phoenix.........5 6 .455 3' LA..............4 6 .400 4 Portland....... 5 8 .385 4V- SUNDAY CFL Ottawa 21 Hamilton 19 Ottawa wins Eastern Conference sudden-death semi-final Saskatchewan 24 B.C. 14 Saskatchewan wins Western Conference sudden-death semi-final NFL Houston 21 Buffalo 9 Dallas 20 San Francisco 14 San Diego 14 Kansas City 7 Cleveland 21 New England 14 NY Jets 26 NY Giants" 20 Washington 27 Philadelphia 20 Denver 17 Baltimore 6 Green Bay 20 Chicago 3 Miami 21 New Orleans 0 Cincinnati 17 Pittsburgh 10 Los Anasles 21 Atlanta 0 Oakland 35 Detroit 13 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. ELRICH TIRES LTD. Sales and Service 402 Is! AVI S 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;