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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta and CALIFORNIA 11 day escorted tour Depart Lethbridge January 1975 February 18. only S3BS.OO per person double occupency J.T WILLIAMS TRAVEL AGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetKbtidge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 13, 1974 LittibrtdBiOfflciFurnlturiLtd. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mill Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS Pages 23 34 Score four times in second period Tigers blank Broncos 5-0 MOLLEKEN STOPPED THIS ONE BUT THE TIGERS GOT FIVE PAST HIM LAST NIGHT Calgary drops another one (CP) Gary Lash each goals Tuesday Winnipeg Clubs Centennials ;tern Canada Hockey League game before fans. The teams were tied 2-2 after the first period and Win- nipeg took a 5-4 lead after the second. The Clubs broke the luing our TRADE- IN JUR OLD COAT rats "IS on Seals DPS repairs to ige tur W Va SIZE DRESSES Arriving daily. Drop in soon and see our outstanding selection! WYORK FUR DRESS SHOP South Phont 327-3276 "MASTER FURRIERS SINCE 1938" game wide open in the third peppering 21 shots at Calgary goaltender Larry Hendrick and outscoring the Centen- nials 4-1. The clubs fired a total of 47 drives in Hendrick's direction while Calgary shot 27 at Win- nipeg's Murray Bannerman and Tim Priestly. Priestly replaced Bannerman mid-way through the second period after Calgary had taken a 4-3 lead. Wagner's linemate, Kelly Greenbank added two goals while Larry Skinner scored the other marker. The line of Larry Lestander, Don Ashby and Greg Neeld scored all the Calgary goals with Ashby and Lestander, each scoring twice. Winnipeg has won only three games this year, all against Calgary. VICTORIA 9 FLIN FLON 3 Al Hill led the Cougars to their sixth straight win with three goals while linemate Rick Martin and Don Cairns University plays tonight The University of Lethbridge Pronghorn hockey team will try to get back to the .500 mark when they host SAIT in Alberta College Athletic Conference hockey action at Henderson Ice Center. The Pronghorns' record presently stands at two wins and three losses in league play. Game time is 8 p.m. A WINNER With your purchase of a brand name SUIT OR TOPCOAT Purchased from Leo Singer's you receive one book of Canada Winter Games Lottery Tickets. All our fine quality merchandise is made by Canada's leading man- ufacturers m carries our guaran- tee of complete satisfaction. UttYour CHARGEX or MASTER CHARGE 214 5tll STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 TTHE AMES each added a pair and Danny Lucas and Rick Lapointe came up with singles. Mark Davidson did all the scoring for Flin Flon with the help of Bob Watson who assisted on all three goals. Only one minor penalty was called in the game at Victoria. The cougars outshot Flin Flon 35-17. SASKATOON 10 REGINA 4 The second period proved successful for Saskatoon as the Blades notched four un- answered goals to take an 8-2 lead after 40 minutes. Outshooting the Pats on Regina ice 33-29, Saskatoon got three goals from Bernie Federko, two from Dan Arndt, Blair Chapman and Neil Hawryliw, and a single from Del Chapman. Ron Tudor fired two in the losing cause with Dave Faulkner and Jon Hammond adding singles for Regina. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat Tigers pulled the welcome mat out from under the Lethbridge Broncos midway through the second period Tuesday night and roared to a convincing 5-0 triumph. Tigers broke open a closely fought battle with four goals in the sandwich session and won the second Western Canada battle between the two clubs in the past three days. Sunday Tigers spoiled a record turnout in Lethbridge as they edged the Broncos 3-1. What looked like an almost repeat of Sunday's contest turned into a minor nightmare for the Broncos. Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield simply looked at his copy of the scoresheet, shook his head and said "pretty bad." On the other side of the ice, Tiger mentor Jack Shupe was elated about his goaltending of late. "Four goals in four he smiled. "That's something." Jerry Farwell put the hex on the Broncos Tuesday night as he turned aside 24 Lethbridge shots. It was his second straight shutout as he was in the nets Saturday when the Tigers blanked Edmonton Oil Kings 6-0. "We haven't been going like we added Ingar- field. Our big guns aren't producing." Production, at least in the last two games, has been at an almost standstill. Sunday night in Lethbridge the Broncos waited until just over two minutes were left before beating Ken Holland. Defenceman Tim Sanche scored what turned out to be the winning goal at the .28 second mark of the se- cond period as he fired a screened shot along the ice that beat Lethbridge goalie Lome Molleken cleanly. Broncos were in the game at that point. However, a Tiger surge that saw the Bengals score three times in just over three minutes salted away the win. First Morris Lukowitch waltzed around the Bronco defence and beat Molleken with a quick shot to his stick side. Then Molleken added to his own misery as he let a one hand push shot from Tom Bast slide between his legs. Greg Vaydick sent the Tigers into the dressing room after two periods with a comfortable 4-0 lead after he fired a high shot past Molleken at the mark. Rookie Greg Carroll iced the cake as he scored the only goal of the final frame. While Molleken could be faulted on the third Tiger goal he still came up with yet another solid perfor- mance as the Gas City crew tested him 39 times. Included in his saves was a penalty show awarded Jeff Boychuk in the first period. Broncos had their chances early in Tuesday's game but for reasons even Ingarfield can't explain were un- able to take advantage of them. "We had a two man advantage at one point of the first period and never got off a shot at said Ingarfield. At Barry Dean went off for the Tigers on a high sticking charge to be followed at by Gary Vaughan who was guilty of tripping. Anchored by the solid play of Bryan Maxwell, the Tigers held the Broncos completely at bay and didn't allow a shot to find its way to Farwell. The same happened in the third period as the Bron- cos again were denied a shot while enjoying a man ad- vantage. Broncos are at home to Winnipeg Clubs Friday night and New Westminister Bruins Sunday and Ingarfield hopes his club will shake loose from the recent slump. LOOSE PUCKS Broncos started quickly and carried the play to the Tigers.. .Dan Samis handed out the best check of the season as he flattened Tiger defenceman John Hilworth The high flying Tiger forwards blew by the Bronco defence on more than one occasion causing Ingarfield to wonder what he can do to stiffen his blueline corps A fair turnout of Bronco fans showed up just in time to compete with the National Anthem. With the crowd were five girls adorned in the Bronco colors of green and gold Broncos had a new defenceman in the lineup in the person of Wade Smith, on a tryout from Victoria The three stars were all Tigers, Tim Sanche, Jerry Farwell and Greg Carroll Only 10 minors and a misconduct marred the game Broncos picked up the misconduct. MEDICINE HAT 5 LETHBRIDGE 0 First Period: No scoring. Penalties Samis L Dean MH Vaughan MH Oelorme L. (penalty shot, misconduct) Second Period: 1. Medicine Hat. Sanche (Vaughan. Vaydik) 2. Medicine Hat, Lukowich (Carroll) 3. Medicine Hat. Bast 4. Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Sanche. Penalties Eastcott L Henderson L Molleken L (served by Morgan) Bast MH Third Period: 5. Medicine Hat. Carroll (Ray. Lukowich) Penalties Trottier L Lomas MH Sanche MH Shots on goal by: Lethbridge 11 a Medicine Hat 11 15 Goaitender Molleken. Lethbridge: Farwell. Medicine Hat. Attendance 3.576. Suns drub 'Pass Bernie Syrenne scored four goals as the Taber Golden Suns blasted The Pass Red Devils 12-2 in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game in Taber Tuesday night. Brad Cox added two goals for the Suns while single goals were scored by Randy Joevenazzo, Tom Schrieber, Tom O'Donnell, Chris McMasters, Greg Koper and Don Renner. George Buat and Doug Koentges replied for The Pass who trailed 1-0 at the end of the first period and 6-2 at the end of two. Bob Iwabuchi was in goal for the homestanding Suns and turned back 27 of 29 Pass shots. Tom Cassidy stopped 47 Taber shots as they bombarded him with 59 shots throughout the game. 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