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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 29, 1974 Late Bomber tally ANDY CAPP earns them a draw Elks settle for 9-9 tie THE CANADIAN PRESS A power-play goal with less than three minutes remaining in the game gave Flin Flon Bombers a 5-5 tie with Winni- peg Clubs Thursday night in Western Canada Hockey League action. In New Westminster, the Bruins scored three goals in the first period and hung on to defeat Kamloops Chiefs 5-2. The Flin Flon tie wasn't enough to get them out of the Eastern Division cellar, where they now have 11 points, five behind Winnipeg. Saskatoon leads the division with 32 points. Kamloops held New West- minster out of third place in the Western Division, in spite of the Bruins' win. Kamloops has 27 points, while New Westminster now has 26. Vic- toria leads with 40 points. In Flin Flon, Blair David- son's goal at came on a sharp-angle shot with Grant Eakin of the Clubs sitting out a hooking penalty. The goal came about three minutes after Eakin himself had scored a power-play goal to give Winnipeg a 5-4 lead. PAIR SCORED Mark Davidson scored a pair of goals for Flin Flon with Rick Gosselin and Danny Kuntz getting one each. Other Winnipeg goals were scored by Pat Meagher, with two, Guv Lash and Don Hansford. First Period: 1 New Westminster, Pachal (Maxwell) 3-41, 2 New West- minster. Sleep (Cameron, Beck) 13 58, 3 New Westminster. Sleep (Shmyr. Cameron) 17 49 Penalties Zmger K 2 28. Kamloops bench (served by Hatheway) 3 41. Ferner K. Popollnsky K Lyseng K (game Fleck NW (minor, major) 7.36. Maxwell NW 10 17. Cameron NW 15.16. Gassof K (double minor 10-minute miscon- duct) 1738 Second Period: 4. New West- minster. Smith (Pachal) 11-17; 5 Kamloops. Moors (Morm. Flockhart) 1232. 6. Kamloops, Moors (Monn. Zmger) 1423 Penalties Zinger K 7 02. Shmyr NW 7 22. McNeice NW 1031, Beck NW 11 47 Third Period: 7. New Westminster. Phillipoff (Clippingdale. Maxwell) 252 Penalties Cameron NW 3-15. 6-35. Ferner K 6.35. Young K. Pachal NW 8 23. Hathaway K 13 19. Bradley NW 1849. Shots on goal by Kamloops 7 14 New Westminster 13 7 Goal Pnestner. Kamloops, Lax- ton, New Westminster Attendance 2 247 FLIN FLON 5 WINNIPEG 5 First period 1. Flin Flon, M Davidson (Annmg, Watson) 5'43; 2 Winnipeg, Lash (Eakin. Rollins) 8.57, 3 Flin Flon. Qosselm (M Davidson. Watson) Winnipeg, Meagher (Lash. Blumenschem) 19-52 Penalties Reader FF 12 10. Girardm W 14.26. Floch FF 18-38. Second period 5. Flin Flon. M. Davidson (Gosselm, Watson) 0.47. 6. Fhn Flon. Kuntz (Williams. Dorman) 2 29: 7 Winnipeg. Meagher (Lash. Eakin) 9.14. 6. Winnipeg, Hansford (Brydges, McCarthy) 16 46. Penalties Russell FF (served by Allan W (minors, majors) 10-34. Rollins W 1105: Watson FF 13.06. Annmg FF (served by Brydges W (majors) 16-52 Third period 9. Winnipeg. Eakin (Lash, Rollins) 14.29. 10 Flin Flon. B Davidson (Gosselin, Watson) 17-48 Penalties Dorman FF 7.30, Meagher W 10-43, Greenbank W (minor, misconduct) 12-07, B Davidson FF 13-23, Eakin W 17.10, Girardm W 20.00 Shots on goal by Winnipeg 11 16 Fhn Flon 11 12 Goal: Nemetchek. Winnipeg, Rideout. Flin Fion. Attendance ;0 Dsily Minor I Id Andy im, I'ul'l YOU TWO-PACED SO AN1 SO.1 KEEP VOUR VOICE DOWN EH I KNOW I TOUD THAT SHE WASN'T 600D ENOUGH FOR TOU- BUT! DIDN'T SAY SHE r- WASN'T GOOD ENOUGH PDR y Oil Kings reinforce for game with Selects EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Oil Kings will be rein- forced by players from other Western Canada Hockey League teams when they meet Moscow Selects in an exhibi- tion game here Dec. 10. the club announced today. Eleven players will be brought in from Medicine Hat Tigers. Lethbndge Broncos. Saskatoon Blades, Regina Pats and Calgary Centennials to join eight Oil Kings for the game. The Blades will send in a complete line Ralph Klassen. Danny Arndt and Blair Chapman, who collected 202 points as a unit in the WCHL last season. The Pats. Memorial Cup champions, will contribute goalkeeper Eddie Staniowski and two thirds of their top line. Jim Minor and Rob Tudor The Broncos will supply centre Bryan Trottier, who has already signed a contract to play next season with New York Islanders of the National Hockey League, and his left winger, Brian Sutter. The Centennials will send in defencemen Rick Lalonde and Rick Hodgson and the Tigers will allow captain Bryan Max- well to play defence. The Oil Kings on the team will be goaltender Doug Soetaert, defencemen Robin Sadler and John Phillips, and forwards Wayne Perkins, Terry Bucyk, Rocky Maze. Mik'e Will and Terry McDonald. "I think the game is more than just an Oil King produc- tion." Edmonton coach Ken Hodge said at a news con- ference after announcing the decision to call in rein- forcements. Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Marge Michalenko 240. Laura Peake 325 Dena Smith 252. Irene Lynde 261. Gen Hecker 246, Pat Plomp 305 Beth Flak 228, Marge Storyack 230. Shirley Plontke 237 Erma McGuire 228 WILSON JR. HIGH Bill Todd 230. Terry Hamilton 235. Adrian Ostlander 216. Rhonda Silhto 170. Rick Link 167. Joanne Schneider 163. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Ivan Mills 218, Sieg Zowa 224, Dick Wells 249. Debbie Barton 293 Flora Donate 292 Darrell Block 248. Alex Kowal 226. VASA LODGE Lil Hegland 233. Arvid Oseen 227. Dolly Belle 236. Ruby Oseen 279. Flo Seager 231, Don McLean 212 EAGLES John Rosenfelt 324, Joyce Marsden 271. Carol Homulas 250, Cyril Barnett 240. Kathy Ludwig 269 John Anderson 260. Beth Kokoski 281. Dave Siewert 285. Larry Veres 237. ALCON Dick Marthienson 252. Dennis Hurst 257, Bill Billings 332 Blair Nicholson 260. Gloria Bell 240, Harry Rosenthell 238 CAPRI BOWL MONDAY MIXED Tom Cailaghan 347 Fred Milner 300 Rick Barva 268 Maynard Roeloffs 281 Abe Pleti 260 Leslie Fryer 291 Anna Nagy 236 Marion Keiver 240, Eunice David 247, Evelyn Milner 233. Judy Plett 246 TUESDAY LADIES Beth Leffingwell 241, Louis Hoult 226. Karlene Hoffman 246, Ingrid Funk 249. Ella Hathaway 228, Mary Vanderberg 224, Judy Knox 225, Karen Taylor 234 Didi Dorigatti 248, Louise Church 243. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Peg Forry 249, Olga LaRocque 258, Jean Thomson 254, Jenny Copeland 263 Nellie Conrad 258. Dot Sorenson 329 Marion Tinsley 248 Agnes MacDonald 269 Muriel Waiters 268. Linda Vrabel 299 GORDIES MEN Vince Dagnone 279. Garry Johnson 313 Vito DePinto 254 Mike Vine 254. Ray MacDonald 290 Morgan Sparks 272 Ron Gretzinger 329 Bruno Baceda 265. Klaus Witzke 272. Duane Spitzer 286 Ken Malcomson 266 LCC Wes Olsen 247. Robin Habart 291 Ray Yezovich 254. Ron Leblanc 217. Cathy Parkins 220. Karen Qumn 251. CANBRA FOODS Lawrence Baumback 235. Flo Ny- quist 256. Stu Nyquist 273 Manny Aviles 327 Doug Wong 246. Ed Manlier 265. Ken Weets 238. Jean Passey 237. Gernt Vandersteeg 251. COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED JUST LEAVE YOUR FILMS FOR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING ENVELOPE. COLOUR FILM Quality Developing, You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you receive! No Hidden Charges No Cottffons_ COLOUR or BLACK WHITE SIZES 110 120 620 127 126 135mm College Shopping Mall f 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday Wednesday a.m. to p.m. DEPARTMf NT STORES Thursday A Friday a.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED The Vauxhall Legionaires came from behind to tie the Lethbridge Midget Elks 9-9 in a wild Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League en- counter at the Civic Centre. The Elks led 4-1 after one period and 6-4 after two frames before the Legionaires came back with five goals in the final 20 minutes. Earl Ingarfield scored three goals in the first period for the Elks, and added another in the third, while Dave Snopek add- ed a pair of counters. Singles came off the sticks of Scott Jarvie, Greg Max- well, and Murray Auld. Leading the attack for Vauxhall was Edwin Wall with three goals, while Reid Stevenson and Gordon Millar each scored twice. Rocky Hammergren and Rocky Hauserman scored the other Vauxhall goals. Rodgers MVP MONTREAL (CP) Johnny Rodgers, runner up tc Tom Wilkinson of Edmonton Eskimos in voting for the out- standing football player in Canada, has been named the most valuable player on the Grey Cup champion Montrea Alouettes, it was announcec Thursday. Plymouth's got your size JL for 75 Gran Fury Gran Fury Brougham Beautiful Gran Riry has inspired a new size Riry. So now there's a Plymouth Riry7 exactly right for you. What a choice! 24 beautiful ways to go Fury this year, and one of them is exactly the car you've been waiting for. With stretching room comfort in- side. Styling that makes heads turn. And the kind of smooth readability you've every right to expect from the car you drive. If it's full-size luxury you're after, what a choice Gran Fury gives you! If a personal car of trimmer, more youthful lines is your style, there's a completely new mid-size Fury line-up waiting for you. Either way, you can count on a lot more car. ft- You get sure-fire electronic starts every time you turn the j key. New insulation provides a ride that's even quieter than before. And there's new fuel economy too, with an optional fuel pacer that actually tells you when you're using too much gas. And 1975 Fury and Gran Fury give you the important advantage of not having to search for hard-to-find unleaded gasolines. Even deluxe impact bumper guards come standard this year. Size up Fury at your Plymouth Dealer's today CHRYSLER CANADA 1TO NOW HERE'S II THE CLINCHER! New 12 month unlimited mileage warranty It's going to take better care of the people who buy our cars. If HOT the fust }2 months of DSC. any Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer will fix without charqe for parts and labour, any part of our I97b passenqer cars we supply (except tires, which are covered by the people make them) which proves defective in nomvil use, regardless of mileage Special policies and proqraniN include the replacement of selected items such as brake linings, shock absorbers, tail pipes and mufflers should they wear out in normal use during the first twelve months. Participating dealers will supply a loaner free of charge. The warranty period for police cars and taxis is twelve months or twelve thousand miles whichever occurs first. Visit your local Chrysler Canada Ltd. dealer for complete details. Gran Riry Riry Valiant Duster Cricket Dodge Trucks ;