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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ?4 LETH8RIDGE November 13, 19.4 Ogilvie scores, Blues triumph 4-3 THK CANADIAN PRESS Brian Ogilvie's goal midway ihrough the third period Tues- day night earned St. Louis Blues a 4-3 National Hockey League win over Boston Bruins. Ogilvie took a pass from Ciarry scored once and set up the last two St. Louis' fired a 30- footer past Bruins' goalie Chiles Gratton for the winning margin. In Tuesday's other National lOckey League games, Wash- igton Capitals tied Atlanta Blames 2-2 and Vancouver Ca- nucks blanked Chicago Black Hawks 1-0. At St. Louis, Dave Hynes, Wayne Cashman and Dave Forbes scored for the Bruins Jack Egers tipped in a shot y YvanLabreat of the "inal period to give Washington its tie with Atlan- ,a. ending the Capitals' 10- ame losing streak. Washington coach Jim Anderson, whose team had allowed 27 goals in its three irevious games, said the Capitals had to "pick apart le Flames to beat them." VCREASE LEAD Vancouver goalie Gary jmith turned away 29 shots to ;hut out Chicago, as the sur- irising Canucks increased ieir lead over the Hawks to jix points in Division Two. John Gould got the game's jnly goal, his ninth of the sea- son Kansas City Scouts recalled defenceman Dennis Patterson centre Hugh Harvey from ;altimore of the American Jockey League, sending centre Glen Burdon down to .he AHL club and placing Bryan Lefley on aivers safety 3rogram set The Lethbridge Green icres Kiwanis will once again -ponsor a gun training -ogram this fall. Instructors Frank and .velyn Leffingwell will be on Thursday evening for at seven o'clock it the Fish and Game hall on ,inth Avenue South. Open to boys and girls interested in gun safety the meetings are for the 14-16 sars of age group. For further information contact Frank or Evelyn at S27-1027 after five o'clock Detroit Red Wings promoted defenceman Barry Salovaara from their Virginia farm club of the American Hockey League on Tuesday, sending down centre Nelson Pyatt in his place. Salovaara is expected to play tonight when the Wings visit Minnesota North Stars. The rest of tonight's schedule has Philadelphia Flyers at New York Rangers, New York Islanders at Pitt- sburgh Penguins, Washington at Atlanta, Buffalo Sabres at Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs at Los Angeles Kings, Chicago at California Golden Seals and St. Louis at Kansas City. Summaries VANCOUVER 1 CHICAGO 0 First Period: No scoring Penalties Jarrett 3 14. Demarco 4 21 Jarrett 9 04 Boudnas 9 51 Second Period: 1 Vancouver. Gould 9 (Oddleifson. Bordeieau) 5 07 Penalties Monahan. Mikita 1 18. Jarrett 11 29 Third Period: No scoring Penalties Meenan 1 08. Russell 4 55 Shots on goal by Chicago 12 3 Vancouver 10 17 Goal Esposito. Chicago Smith, Vancouver Attendance 15570 ATLANTA 2 WASHINGTON 2 First period 1 Washington. Williams 2 (Dupere. Kryskow) 11.08. 2 Atlanta. Talafous 1 (Quinn. Vail) 11 49 Penalties Belhumeur 049. Egers 1642 Hextall 1857 Second period No scoring Penalties Leiter 5 03. Brooks (minor, Lysiak (major) 9-20 Vail 1433. Kryskow 1643. Third period 3 Atlanta. Murray 2 (Lysiak, Bialowas) 5 14. 4 Washington. Egers 3 (Labre. Hrycuik) 12 13 Penalties Vail (ma- jor) Labre 2 42. Kryskow 3.40. Brossart 15 38 Shots on goal by Atlanta 10 7 Washington 10 7 Goal Myre. Atlanta. Belhumeur. Washington Attendance 7 823 ST. LOUIS 4 BOSTON 3 First period 1 Boston. Hynes 1 (Bucyk. Sheppard 4 59. 2 St Louis. Mernck 5 (Bailey) 14 59. Penalties None Second period 3 St Louis Unger 6 (Mernck. Hess) 7.51. 4 St Louis. Plante 7 (Under. Bailey) 15 42 Penalties Orr 607. Smith 11.14. Bob Plager 17 15. Evans. Esposito 1907. Third period 5 Boston. Cashman 5 (Vadnais. Bucyk) 6 45 6 St Louis. Ogilvie 5 (Unger) 9 35. 7 Boston. Forbes A (Bucyk) 14 50 Penalties Robertson 0 33 Shots on goal by Boston 15 10 St Louis 12 12 Goal Gilbert. Boston. Davidson St Louis Attendance 18.035 CANADIAN CHAMPIONS PICTURED, BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, BOB DAKU, WAYNE BOWES AND TIM FILUK. SEATED ARE LOGAN TAIT AND JODY FRY. INSERT SHOWS RACQUETBALL ACTION AT YMCA. Racquetball big in Lethbridge By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Racquetball may not be the best known sport around, but Lethbridge proudly boasts five newly crowned Cana- dian champions in the sport. Wayne Bowes was crowned Canadian men's singles champion for the second straight year and he and Bob Daku also repeated as men's doubles champions. Jody Fry is the new Canadian women's champion and the team of Logan Tait and Tim Filuk are the senior men's dominion champions. The five members of the YMCA Racquetball Club picked up their titles this past weekend at the Canadian championships in Montreal. The YMCA Racquetball Club came into being when the new Family Y swung open its doors for the first time, under the guidance of Dale Aasen. Today the Y club is un- der the direction of Stan Pisko and boasts in the neighborhood of 90 men and 30 women members. Racquetball is a relatively inexpensive sport to get in- to, with the only equipment needed being a racquet, a ball, a pair of runners and some shorts. Racquets range in price from to while balls cost each. The ball is far from being perfected with a lasting quality that ranges from a few vollies to a game or two. The ball is 2% inches in diameter, weighs 1.4 ounces and is of an inch thick. Racquetball is a sport that, relatively speaking, com- pares with handball, only a racquet is used instead of the hand to propel the ball off the ceiling, side walls or end walls. The object of the game, besides winning, is to endeavor to place the ball so that your opponent cannot return it before the ball bounces off the floor for the se- cond time. Points are scored only by the server and the game is over when a player reaches 21 points. "You must be a member of the YMCA before you can join the president Pisko stated. "We will see that a novice player has instruction as to how to play the game and what equipment to buy. "The club membership has fairly well levelled off of late, due mainly to the unavailability of he added. "We have a booking system whereby you reserve a court, and they are available from a.m. to 10 p.m. each day the Y operates." While the city has not been asked to host, nor has any plans to bid for the Canadian championships, due mainly to the lack of facilities, they have been approached to host the Western Regionals. With only two courts at the YMCA it must be con- sidered truly amazing that the champions the Lethbridge club has produced have had adequate court time in which to develop their skills. It makes their achievement all the more astounding. The club will be hosting the Lethbridge closed cham- pionships Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week. Why not drop around and watch some of the best racquetball players in Canada in action? THROUGH THIS WEEKEND FIBERGLASS BELTED POLYESTER CORD TIRES Bridgman aims at Clarke's record Tuc Only No criprge for lire mounting SMOOTH RIDING POLYESTER CORD FIBERGLASS BELTED FOR STRENGTH SMOOTH RIDING POLYESTER CORD WIDE SERIES "78" DESIGN Flyfe Tree Snow DEEP BITING CLEATS FOR TRACTION FIBERGLASS BELTED FOR TRACTION AND STRENGTH Flyte True MILES ox 36 MONTHS PREMIUM BATTERIES low Fct Motf Cotnpod Standard A GAS LINE AMD-FREEZE SASKATOON (CP) Mel Bridgman of Victoria Cougars is maintaining a fast race as he takes a run at Bobby Clarke's all time point scor- ing record set during the 1967- 68 Western Canada Hockey League Season. Bridgman, a 19 year old centre, leads the scoring race with 21 goals and 28 assists for 49 points with the first 20 games of the season com- pleted. The league, in statistics released Tuesday, said if his fast pace continues he could finish the season with a record 171 points compared with Clarke's 168 on a record 51 goals and 117 assists Still in the runner up spot was Rick Blight of Brandon Wheat Kings with 43 points. Blight leads the league in goals with 24 while Bndgman's 28 assists are tops in that department. Medicine Hat Tigers' goaltender Jerry Farwell used W College Shopoing Msll 2025 Mayor Magrtrth Drive Monday. Tuesday and 9 30 m. io 8 00 p m Thursday and Friday 9.30 a m. io 9 00 o m. Saturday 9 00 a m to 6-00 p m wmwwwm SATISFACTION GUARANTIED Chynowelh suspends Mel Pearson SASKATOON League Sunday's game was extremely well played and only nine minor penalties were called I was glad to see that chances are very good for over people to take in the Bronco-Tiger season series I would hate to see fights or un- necessary roughness spoil things. Coach Earl Ingarfield of the Broncos has been asked on more than one occasion and I have as well why Nationa Hockey League and World Hockey League scouts are no introduced before the games they attend It is virtually im- possible Most of the scouts arrive just before game time anc most enjoy a degree of obscurity while they are at the game They are not trying to shun the public, but they do have a job to do Logan Tait does not profess to be a prophet, however, he came very close to being just that some time back when he tolc yours truly just how talented Wayne Bowes of Lethbridge is on a racquetball court Bowes, and Tait and the remainder o the Lethbridge contingent who travelled to the Canadian cham- pionships put our city on the map, in no uncertain terms Bowes set the pace as he won the men's singles title Jody Fry then captured the women's singles crown and the local? finished up with two titles in doubles action Bowes and Bob Daku won the men's doubles while Tait and partner Tim Filuk captured the senior title I said it at the start of the Canadian Football League and I will say it again The 1974 Grey Cup will be a repeat of the 1973 classic although now I have a hunch the Eskimos of Edmonton may just win it all... I said Ottawr Rough Riders would return and once again best the Eskimos. My money doesn't feel all that secure I'm sure the Eskimo? will get past Saskatchewan Sunday in the west final, but they will be feeling it... The experts say the winner will have to win it in the trenches. Great Falls Americans, a hockey club that represents our neighbors to the south some 185 miles, are looking for exhibition hockey games... In an attempt to keep the game alive and well the Americans play a season of exhibition games Any team? in Southern Alberta, of the intermediate variety, wishing more information on how arrangements can be made to play the Americans can contact Bill Gibson Gibby has all the par- ticulars at 328-1101 or 327-7795 evenings If you haven't picked up your tickets for the Old-Timers game Dec. 8, you had best do so, and soon The game, featuring the National Hockey League Old-Timers and the Western Old-Timers, is set for two in the afternoon, at the Sportsplex... Word has it that the phone in the Ara Parseghian home will take a severe beating during this year's National Football League off-season With the success Don Coryell and Chuck Fairbanks have had, the heac coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish seems to be next in line for an NFL job Coryell's St. Louis Cardinals are 7-2 while Fairbanks and his Patriots are a solid 6-3 ELRICH TIRE SPORT WESTERN L Saskatoon 11 8 6 Winnipeg Flin 10 Western 7 Louis 5 Med 3 New City 1 Edmonton 9 7 5 WORLD 4 Canadian 1 10 6 4 2 N 2 Washington 1 Chicago Louis 4 Boston San 5 Michigan Diego 4 Chicago 6 New 9 Hm Flon BASKETBALL NBA Boston 91 Milwaukee 83 Portland 105 New York 103 Buffalo 112 Cleveland 94 Chicago 83 New Orleans 79 Houslon 103 KC-Omar-3 99 Go'dcn Slate 128 Atlanta 111 Winnipeg 9 Calgary 5 Saskatoon 10 Regma 4 Medicine Hat 5 Le'hbr'dge 0 Alberta Junior Taber 12 The Pass 2 Ontario Major Hamilton 8 Kitchener 4 Toronto 7 St Catharines 6 OShgvva g Kingston 8 StMEBAl TIME CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. 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