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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta M. THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD Thurtday, November 28, 1874 Cougars, Crusaders trying to close gap HIK CANADIAN PRESS k'veland Crusaders and (tiHcigo Cougars took advan- tage of a quiet night Wednes- in the World Hockey to take a run at the Kas-t Division leading New Kngland Whalers the distance the haters, have put behind them however the Crusaders and Cougars rnav have to count on a lot more quiet nights I he Crusaders scored a 5 4 met tune win over Winnipeg k'K and the Cougars defeated i'hoemx Road runners 4-2 in s onlv games I hat narrowed the gap between Cleveland and New upland to 13 points while third place Chicago closed to ithin 18 points of the leaders Jim Harrison s second goal ot the game with six seconds remaining in overtime gave Cleveland the victory over Winnipeg The Crusaders took to a 2 0 first period lead peiiod on goals bv Garv Jarrett and Russ Walker Bobbv Hull scored his 19th goal of the season in the last live minutes of the first period narrowing the Jets' deficit to 2-1 and Chris Bordeleau stored early in the second period to tie it 2-2 Jarrett scored his second goal of the evening and his third of the season unassisted a minute later putting the Crusaders in front Norm Beaudin scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season within a minute of each other in the second period and the Jets had a 4-3 lead at 8 27 The Crusaders sent it into overtime at 12 19 of the se cond period when Harrison scored his second goal Specialists in all types ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 NHL summaries No more nice guy Red Kelly, coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs is cracking down on his players, with a six foot bull whip THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Division of Continuing Education announces Dr. Frederick HERZBERG WORK MOTIVATION TODAY This one day seminar will be of interest to all managers in both public and private organizations who have the respon- sibility for motivating people Topics include Management ot Motivators Psychology of the Worker Today Management of Hygiene Diagnosing Problems in Organizations Comparing New Managerial Approaches Or Herzberg is an authority in motivation theory and has lectu ed extensively in this field in over twenty countries DATE AND TIME Wednesday January 15 1975 900 am to 4 30 p m FEE S65 00 includes lunch and materials For further information please contact the Division of Continuing Education at 284 5431 Area Code 403) George Reed re-elected VANCOUVER (CP) Veteran fullback George Reed was re elected president of the Canadian Football League players association at a meeting here Wednesday Reed the record breaking ground gainer of the Saskatchewan Roughnders, said the meeting was a general working session to reorganize certain parts of the association He said there also was discussion on the league pension plan and the election of officers about his own plans and rumors that he is retiring Reed said he will be talking with the Roughnders and with his off season employer but added he can continue to play well All in the family. A great family of spirited Canadians brought to you by Carrington, the distillers of fine spirits. I Kamchatka PIT ,.r IIP in 1 p i il n 1 1-, il ll p-i v n '1 i i 1 AH anaAan 1