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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 13 DON EASTCOTT BRIAN SUITER GREG KREBS STAN JENSEN BILL JOBSON ALEC TIDEY ARCHIE HENDERSON RON DELORME Left side lacks league experience Ingarfield's club strong down right High school footballers ivill tackle 'Hat teams DOUG TETARENKO BRAD COX BERNIE SYRENNE By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Earl Ingarfield, coach of the Lethbridge Broncos knows his right from his left. His right side is much more ex- perienced. It's not really Ingarfield's side, it's the right side of his Western Canada Hockey League club. "We don't have anyone who has any real experience in the WCHL on left said the coach Wednesday before the team bus left for Olds and an exhibition meeting with the Edmonton Oil Kings. When Ingarfield looks down the right side of his team's roster he sees Ron Delorme, Doug Tet- arenko and Alec Tidey All three have played in the WCHL. Delorme and Tetarenko played with the Swift Current Broncos last year while Tidey saw some action with the Kamloops Chiefs. On the left side of matters Wayne 'Krebs saw parttime duty in Kamloops and after that the rest of the players are from Tier 11 clubs. Delorme, an assistant cap- tain, is just a "super team man" says Ingarfield He never stops hustling, a real end to end 110 per cent ef- fort at all times. Delorme, "Chief" as he is called by his teammates, has a great attitude, he just loves to play the game He stands 6 ft. 2Vz in. and weighs 185 pounds and can throw his weight around. Tetarenko, on the other hand, has had a slow start but will help the club once the season gets rolling because of his experience Tetarenko possesses a great shot as he gets his six foot, 175 pound frame behind his blasts. Tidey has enjoyed an ex- cellent pre season thus far. He has chalked up five goals, including four in one game against Regina, in three games and has looked im- pressive. Tidey stands 5 ft. 10V2 in. and weighs 185 pounds and like teammate Tetarenko, can really fire the puck Don Eastcott had a whirl in the WCHL last year but finish- ed the season in Calgary play- ing with the Alberta Junior Hockey League Canucks At 5 ft 10 in., weighing 170 pounds, the 19 year old is in his draft year and is determin- ed to make a strong showing Eastcott has shown well in pre season play and has worked very hard in his ef- forts to wear the green and gold of the Broncos this year. Henderson, in the true sense of the word, is a rookie, but a good one Just 17 years old and out of midget last year, Henderson has already shown he can han- dle the rough going He stands 6 ft. 5 in. and weighs 205 pounds His heighth fools one as to just how heavy and tough he can be Henderson takes his game seriously and scrapping is just part of it. As his coach puts it "Archie is aggressive and a real hustler. He's going to be a good one. Just give him time Krebs never stops working, an asset when the going gets rough. He stands 6 ft. 1 in. and weighs 185 pounds and is an excellent corner man. "A guy with all kinds of said his coach Of the first year players Ingarfield has patrolling the left side Brian Sutter, a graduate of the Red Deer Rustlers, has shown great potential. Sutter, who says he just loves it in Lethbridge and is looking forward to the WCHL, is 18, stands at an even six feet and weighs 170 pounds He has been playing with Bryan Trottier and Alec Tidey Broncos triumph OLDS (Special) Lethbridge Broncos com- pleted the exhibition part of their schedule" Wednesday night by edging Edmonton Oil Kings 5-4. Darcy Regier's goal at the mark of the final period gave the Broncos the narrow victory and ran their exhibi- tion record to two wins, a loss and a tie. Broncos, who last year played out of Swift Current, will this year call the new 000 Sportsplex in Lethbridge their home. Broncos open the Western Canada Hockey League season Sunday even- ing against the defending Memorial Cup champion Regina Pats Bryan Trottier paced the Bronco attack with two goals, including the tying marker midway through the third period Alec Tidey and Stan Jensen chipped in with singles for the winners. Paul Mulvey, Gary Rissling, Wayne Babych and Rocky Maze scored for the Oil Kings. Broncos led 2-0 after the first period while the two clubs were tied 3-3 after 40 minutes. Only five minor and four major penalties were whistled down in the game. Edmon- ton's Mulvey took both majors as he had fights with Brian Sutter and Archie Henderson of the Broncos. Meanwhile Winnipeg Clubs launched their season Wednesday night with a 4-3 victory over Calgary Centen- nials. Grant Eakin got the game winning goal at of the third period, on a play with Greenbank and Skinner Darcy Galvon scored for the Centennials at 15-15. and has proven to be a very heady hockey player, es- pecially for a rookie. Stan Jensen can double as a left winger or a centre. A big strong young man, Jensen is 6 ft. 1 in. and weighs 185 pounds. Jensen played in Prince Albert last season. Bill Jobson, like Henderson, is right out of midget and will have to adjust to the much faster, harder hitting style of play. He has the tools to be a good one. Just 17 years old, he spreads his 182 pounds over a six foot frame. Brad Cox and Bernie Syrenne played last year with the Lethbridge Longhorns. Both have enjoyed a good camp and could see some ac- tion early in the season. Cox, a converted defenceman, is 18, stands 5 ft. 10 in. and tips the scales at 170. The jump to Tier one has been a real challenge but Cox has never stopped working. Syrenne is at a disadvantage because of size. He is just 5 ft. 7 in., weighing 148 pounds.- He doesn't lack anything else. Broncos open their home season Sunday at the new Sportsplex against Regina Pats at 7 p m. They met the Pats once in pre season play and came away on the winning end of a 6-1 count. By Sunday, Ingarfield hopes his left side knows just what the right side is doing There's one great reason why Acadian 400 is becoming so popular. Flavour! KfE The three Lethbridge high school football teams, Catholic Central Cougars, LCI Rams and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs, will all be facing Mediicine Hat op- ponents this weekend. Friday night at Henderson Stadium the LCI Rams will take on McCoy High from the Gas City. Last Saturday the Rams won their first game of the season, defeating another Medicine Hat squad, Crescent Heights. The Rams are in the posi- tion where they must win all their remaining games of the season in order to have an out- side chance of retaining the Southern Alberta High School championship. The Rams presently have two out of a possible six points while the Bulldogs and the Cougars are tied for the west division lead with five out of a 'possible six points. Catholic Central Cougar will also see action Friday night, becoming the first city team to travel to Medicine Hat this season. They will meet the same Crescent Heights team that the Rams defeated here in Lethbridge last Saturday. The Cougars are in a similar position to the Rams, in that they can not afford to lose game from now to the end of the season. While they are un- defeated to date, with two wins and a tie, a loss would give the Bulldogs an oppor- tunity to move ahead The Bulldogs, of course, can't af- ford to lose either. The Bulldogs see action at Henderson Stadium Saturday, Chynoweth set fines, suspensions SASKATOON (CP) Two players were suspended and two coaches fined Wednes- day by Ed Chynoweth, president of the Western Canada Hockey League. Kim Clackson of the Victoria Cougars was suspended for four games for receiving a match penalty in a game against Kamloops Sept. 25 and Mai Zinger of Kamloops is out for one game for leaving the players bench to enter a fight. Coaches Pat Ginnell of Victoria and Harvey Roy of Kamloops were fined each hosting Medicine Hat High. A loss suffered by the Bulldogs would give the Catholic Central squad the opportunity to take a big two point lead in the standings It is a safe bet that neither the Bulldogs nor the Cougars have any inten- tion of losing Friday While the games this weekend are against the Medicine Hat teams none of the Lethbridge clubs can af- ford to let up One mistake could cost the leaders top spot and a loss by the Rams would put them completely out of the championship picture. LCI have a game left against each of the Lethbridge clubs, against the Cougars on the llth and the Bulldogs on the. 25th The Bulldogs and the Cougars meet in the final game of the season on Oct 25. The championship game is scheduled for Nov 1 in Medicine Hat where the winner of the west division will meet the winner of the east conference. The action gets under way Friday and Saturday at Henderson Stadium at 8 p m. and you can bet the Rams and the Bulldogs will be going all out to rack up another two points. And for those of you who want to take a short drive Friday why not head out to the Hat and watch the Cougars in action. Plymouth's got your size for 75. mOTORS LETHBRIDGE 7th St and 1st S. Phone 327-1591 OpwiMon.-FH.9tn9 ;