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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 16, 1974 STAN JENSEN (12) SCORES THE FIRST OF HIS TWO GOALS Locals scramble back for tie, meet New Westminster Sunday Lady Luck had Bronco ticket Friday By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor They say that tie games are like kissing one's" sister. The Lethbridge Broncos should be thankful, then, for little girls. Broncos, corralled by their own ineptness for most of the game, scored two unanswered goals in the third period and salvaged a 4-4 tie with Winnipeg Clubs in Western Canada Hockey League action before 2.571 fans. Clubs, who dropped a 5-2 verdict to the Broncos last Friday night, were a much improved hockey club this time around. Clubs' manager Gerry Brisson, although he felt his team gave the game away in the third period, was none the less happy. "We gained a tie in Medicine Hat and a tie here in two he said. "I have to be pleased. We're coming now." On the other side of the rink. Earl Ingar- field is still having trouble figuring his young club out. Ingarfield made one significant change for Friday's game and it paid off. With his big line of Bryan Trottier, Brian Sutler and Alec Tidey struggling of late Ingarfield switched veteran Ron Delorme and Tidey and it worked. It worked well enough for three of the four Bronco goals. "That line of Tidey, Greg Woods and Stan Jensen really played said Ingarfield. After that, it was an exercise in frustration. Jensen, with two goals, Tidey and Trot- tier accounted for the Bronco markers. Gord Blumenshein. Pat Meagher, Larry Skinner and Guy Lash shared in the Win- nipeg scoring. Clubs grabbed an early 2-0 lead in the first period but the Broncos came back to even things before the first 20 minutes were up Winnipeg again moved ahead two goals as they enjoyed a 4-2 lead after two periods before the Broncos scored two un- answered goals in the third period for the deadlock. "That just might be the biggest tie we get all remarked Bronco general manager Bill Burton. Clubs got markers from Blumenshein and Meagher just over two minutes apart in the opening stanza. Blumenshien's goal came with the Broncos Dean Samis off for tripping. Tidey got the Broncos back into the thick of things with a power play effort at the midway mark of the first. Doug Gillespie knocked down an attempted clearing pass by Clubs' Kevin McCarthy and slid the puck to Trottier who in turn spotted Tidey all alone at the point. Tidey's blistering shot beat Murray Bannerman cleanly. Jensen took advantage of great hustle on the part of Tidey and Woods to even the count at two apiece. Winnipeg had only five shots on Rollie Boutin in the second period but counted twice to take the lead. Skinner caught the Bronco defence bunched up and walked in alone on Boutin and beat him with a quick shot. Poor clearing on the Broncos' part led to the Clubs' fourth goal as Lash picked up a stray Bronco pass and caught Boutin relaxing. Boutin had to be sharp on a Winnipeg penalty as Grant Eakin got a breakaway. Boutin cut down the angle perfectly and stopped Eakin cold. Broncos, after a lacklustre 40 minutes, appeared to come alive in the final period as they evened the score with less than five minutes gone in the final 20 minutes Jensen took a perfect pass from hnemate Woods and fired a hard wrist shot past Bannerman at the mark. At Trottier took what appeared to be a harmless shot from just over centre ice. The puck, however, fooled Banner- man, hit his face mask and caught the top of the left hand corner. "We were all over the said an up- set Ingarfield We'll have to play a lot better Sunday. The tough New West- minster Bruins make their first appearance at the Sportsplex Sunday night at seven. If there is consolation to an outing such as the Broncos experienced Friday it could be the fact that they did come back twice from two-goal deficits. "We could have just as easily added Ingarfield. Only seven minor penalties, four to Win- nipeg, were called in the game. LOOSE PUCKS The Clubs are young, but they are going to be heard from Pat Meagher. second star of the game for the Clubs, took what I think might have been the first backhand shot of the year Friday Broncos took their merry time coming out of the dressing room for the third period There were more checks thrown in the final two minutes than in the whole game Broncos, who left a great deal to be desired with their passing, pull- ed Boutin with three seconds left and with a man advantage Greg Woods was the first star and Stan Jensen the third BRONCOS 4 WINNIPEG 4 First Period. 1 Wtnn.peg Blumenshein (Green- bank McCarthy) 5 51 2 Winnipeg. Meagher (Lash Skinner) 7 56. 3 Lethbridge Tidey (Trottier. Grtlespie) 1010 4 Lethbridge. Jensen (Tidey Woods) 14.41 Penalties Samis L 4 00. Allen w 9-05 Second Period: 5 Winnipeg Skinner (Meagher. Lash) 11 42. 6 Winnipeg. Lash (Meagher Girardin) 16 24 Penalties Meagher W 5 28. Allen W 8 31. Lutz L 1502 Third Period: 7 Lethbridge. Jensen (Woods Tidey) 1 47. 8 Lethbndqe Trottier (Johnson) 4 05 Penalties Trottier L 9 08 McCarthy W 19 57 on goal by Winnipea 3 5 Lethbndge 10 10 Goal Bannernan Winnipeg Boutin. Lethbridge Attendance 2571 Specialists in all types Clarke is 'very sorry' for remarks League president McGowan worries Roughies, injuries hamper Ottawa EDMONTON (CP) George McGowan will be healthy for Sunday's Western Football Conference sudden- death final between Ed- monton Eskimos and Saskatchewan Roughriders and he has the Saskatchewan coaching staff worried. "The number of problems he poses will be the number of times Edmonton snaps the Saskatchewan coach John Payne told reporters Fri- day night. McGowan, a split end, was named the most outstanding player in the Canadian Foot- ball League last season as he led Edmonton to the WFC title. But he suffered a hamstring pull in training camp and didn't fully recover until late this season. He will be in the starting lineup Sunday when a capacity crowd of is expected to fill Clarke Stadium. The winner will advance to the Grey Cup in Vancouver Nov. 24 against the eastern cham- pion. The weather office has pre- dicted sunny skies and temperatures in the 30s. a complete reversal from last year's final between the two teams, played in the cold and fog. Payne and Edmonton coach Ray Jauch were questioned at a news conference Friday night, but both were careful not to say anything that could fire up the other team. "We have a better team than last said Jauch. "But the only problem is that everyone else in the league is better." Payne had praise for the Es- kimos, who have won five of the last seven games between the clubs. Jauch and Payne both said they won't make any decision on roster changes until Sunday morning. MONTREAL Centre Bobby Clarke of Philadelphia Flyers has sent a letter of apology to Clarence Campbell for critical remarks he made about the National Hockey Nov 2" In his letter. Clarke, captain of the Flyers, said "1 would like to apologize for statements I made to the ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION HON., NOV. P.M. N.A. Bout John Quinn vs Les Thornton Abdullah The Bulcher vs Tor Ktmiti Infl Tag Championship Killy Twins vs Lane Sullivan 7 Big Bouts Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV press about you The statements were made when 1 was angry and were not meant maliciously "As far as I am concerned. I accept Clarke's apology in good faith and the incident is closed." the 69-year-old camp- bell said Thursday Ruggers elect Ontkean While election of officers held a high spot on the agenda of the Lethbridge rugby club, a number of various topics were discussed at the annual general meeting Bernie Ontkean will be the club's president for the 1975 season. Included in officers for the coming year are secretary Pat Hirsche; membership secretary Dr. Archie Alex- ander; treasurer John Grey: club captain Ken Peterson and assistant captain Willie Birrell. Items of interest that carne under discussion included in- corporation of the club and the introduction of the game of rugby to the high schools in the city. Football and soccer are very popular sports currently on the athlectic programs of all the high schools and local club officials would like to see the game of rugby be given a chance. Officials feel that with some training in high school it would benefit the senior club immensely. Anyone wishing more infor- mation on the Lethbridge rugby club is asked to contact Pat Hirsche at 327-6450 The black injury cloud that has followed Ottawa Rough riders all season began to rain again Friday as the defending Grey Cup champions prepare for the Eastern Football Conference sudden-death final against Montreal Alouettes Sunday. Wayne Smith, the club's top Heinsohn wanted a foul THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston coach Tommy Hein- sohn cried foul because of- ficial Mark Schlafman wouldn't. With his Celtics trailing 110- 109 and six seconds showing on the clock Friday night, Hein- sohn watched Boston guard Jo Jo White drive three-quarters the length of the court against Scott Wedman of Kansas City- Omaha Kings. White went up for what would be a game-winning layup, but the ball missed everything, hitting neither basket nor backboard. Hein- sohn waited for a foul to be called on the play. No call. The Kings won and that's when Heinsohn cried foul. Elsewhere in the National Basketball Association Friday night. Washington Bullets beat New Orleans Jazz 104-95, Detroit pistons stopped Seat- tle SuperSonics 117-103, Chicago bulls defeated Phoenix Suns 102-95 and Los Angeles Lakers beat Philadelphia 76ers 105-99. In the American Basketball Association. Utah Stars whipped New York Nets 109-98 and Denver rockets beat In- diana Pacers 120-114. defensive lineman, is a doubt- ful starter for the 1 p.m. EST game that will be broadcast on the CTV television network. The winner will advance to the national final in Van- couver, Nov. 24. Smith, who received a broken thumb and a twisted knee when the Riders eliminated Hamilton Tiger- Cats last Sunday in the EFC sudden-death semi-final, hasn't been practising with the team. "It's doubtful whether he can play against said Rider coach George Branca to. Smith is not the only Rider to fall under the "doubtful starter" category. Linebacker Bill Palmer and offensive guard Tom Schuette will probably dress for Sunday's game but it is unlikely they'll see action. Both received in- juries in the Hamilton game. With a patch-work offensive line and an injury plagued de- fence, Brancato says he will be looking to the long pass to upset the favorite Alouettes. "We've had our best success throwing the ball deep against them he said, "and it looks as if that's what we'll have to try to do again." NINE GAMES SOLD OUT NEW YORK (AP) Nine games, including Monday night's nationally televised contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Broncos in Denver, were sold out 72 hours before kickoff and will available for local telecasts, the National Football League said Friday. Sunday's sellouts are Baltimore at Atlanta, Buf- falo at Miami, Dallas at Washington, Green Bay at Minnesota. Pittsburgh at Cleveland. St. Louis at Philadelphia, San Francisco at Chicago and the New York Jets at New England. 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