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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October LETHBRIDGE Defeat Mohawks 23-8 BULLDOG JOHN VOORT AVOIDS MOHAWK TACKLER BRENT SAUER Golden Suns, Red Devils both drop pair of games DRUMHELLER, Alta. (Cp) Drumheller Falcons defeated Taber Golden Suns 6- 4 Sunday night in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game. Drumheller marksman Ryan Wecker scored three goals, with Ron Rose, Dennis Wallis, and Jim Nill adding one each. Scoring for Taber were Bob Miller, Tom Schieber, Don Renner and Darcy Verostik. Drumheller led 3-1 after the first period, and 5-3 after the second. The Falcons outshot Taber 32-29. Drumheller took 10 of 19 minor penalties, with each team assessed a five-minute fighting major. Saturday night the Red Deer Rustlers coasted to an 8-3 win over the Taber Golden Suns in Red Deer. Barry Lassiter and Ed Guise sparked the Rustlers with two goals each. Grant Stefura, Ralph Maclean Pont, Gord Gustafson and George Wright scored the other. Red Deer goals. Rocky Saganuk, Dean Solheim, and Greg Koper scored for Taber, who led f-Q after the first period. The Rustlers caught up in the se- cond period, scoring five un- answered goals. Rustlers directed 40 shots at two Taber goalies, while Red Deers' Rod Carlson faced only 24 shots. Taber drew seven of 13 minor penalties and the game's only misconduct. The teams split two fighting ma- jors. Meanwhile Darryl Sutter and Kevin Joll each scored two goals to lead Red Deer Rustlers to a 5-2 win over the Pass Red Devils before 900 fans in- Red Deer Sunday night. Barry Lassiter got the other Red Deer goal while John Hawkins scored both goals for the Pass. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and Red Deer scored the only goal in the second. The Pass goalie Tom Cassidy made 30 saves com- pared with 16 by Rod Carlson of Red Deer. The clubs split 22 penalties evenly with each getting four minors, four majors and three game misconducts. The Pass Red Devils blew a 3-1 first period lead and were outscored 3-0 in the third period Saturday night as Drumheller Falcons took a 7-4 victory in Drumheller. Randy Sparks, Gary Beech and Rick Durston scored for The Pass in the first period and Barry Luyckfassel scored the fourth goal in the second period which ended in a 4-4 tie. Ryan Wecker led. Falcons with three goals while Gary Smith and Roger Mitchell each added two goals. The Calgary Canucks trounced Spruce Grove Mets 13-4, outshooting the Mets 74- 39 Sunday night in Calgary. The victory left Calgar? un- beaten after five games. Calgary led 7-1 after the first period, scoring five goals in 2% minutes, and led 10-f after the second period. Scoring for Calgary were Jerry Bancks and Dave Scott with three each. Wayne Sherger scored two with Mark Russell, Bob Kerr, Bill Keeley, Mendel Vysholid and Derral Moriyama adding singles. Mets' goals came from Ray Sommers, Paul Messier, Barry Brown and Tony Currie. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1974 NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF LIST OF ELECTORS Notice is hereby given under the provisions of The Municipal Election Act that the List of Electors of the City of Lethbridge has been prepared and that a copy of the List of Electors is posted in the following places: Centre Village Shopping Mall College Shopping Mall City Hal! Notice is also given that individual lists for each Polling Division have been posted for inspection at the following places: NORTH LETHBRIDGE Westminster School Rainbow Hall Senator Buchanan School Wilson Junior High School St. Paul's School Winston Churchill High School SOUTH LETHBRIDGE Civic Centre Hamilton Junior High School Allan Watson School General Stewart School Lakeview School Gilbert Paterson School Sea Cadet Ship Reetwood Bawden School St. Patrick's School Assumption School Agnes Davidson School Honpa Buddhist Church WEST LETHBRIDGE Physical Educational Building, University of Lethbridge. Any qualified elector may during business hours make application to the City Clerk for correction of any errors or omission in the said List of Electors by applica- tion to the City Clerk on or before the sSh day of Oc- tober. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of October 1974. John Gerla Returning Officer Minor Hockey practices set Mass practices for boys who have registered with the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association for the 1974-75 season and who wish to try out for various "Rep" teams are slated for the coming week. Registration deadline is tonight, Monday, and those who want to play must register between 6 and 9 p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. No late registrations will be accepted. The tryout schedule is listed below. Additional tryouts will be announced throughout the week. Per Wre and Monday. Oct. 7 at Adams Ice Centre. 6 p.m. and Tuesday. OcL 8 at Adams at 6 p.m. A.C.T. BanUm Rrp< and Labor dob Monday. 7 at Adams at 7.30 p.m. and Tuesday. Oct. 8 at Adams at 730 p.m MidRrt Klk< and Tuesday. OcL 8 at Adams. pm Bulldogs back in tie for first By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer It was homecoming week at Winston Churchill High School and Saturday night at Henderson Stadium the par- ticipants in that week had something to cheer about. The Bulldogs moved back into a tie for top spot in the West Divi- sion of the Southern Alberta High School Football League. The Bulldogs downed Medicine Hat High Mohawks 23-8 to move into a first place tie with Catholic Central Cougars. Both clubs have three wins, one tie and no losses. Churchill, however, had their hands full with the Mohawks and it wasn't until late in the fourth quarter that the Bulldogs put the game out of reach. The Bulldogs played the game, with the exception of three plays, with Gil Poberznick handling the quar- terbacking chores, replacing the ailing Derek Redman. Of Redman's three brief appearances, one proved to be a vital factor in the Bulldog win. His first two appearances resulted in incompleted passes, one that looked like a reception and then a fumble, but the officials ruled otherwise. The third play Redman ran was the beginning of the end for the Mohawks, as he broke around left end late in the Backstrom, Hull would play again MOSCOW (CP) If Team Canada plays the Soviet Union again in international hockey, Bobby Hull and Ralph Backst- rom want to be part of it. But other Team Canada '74 players said Sunday night they are not so sure. Hull and Backstrom, who scored the Canadian goals in a 3-2 Russian victory Sunday, said the experience was frustrating but valuable. They said a North American team of the best players in the National Hockey League and World Hockey Association should be selected for future competitions. Team Canada '72 was made up of NHL players and the latest edition drew on Canadians in the WHA. "It would be easier if we had players like Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito to help said Hull, whose last-second goal Saturday night was not allowed as Russia escaped with a 4-4 tie and the point needed to give Russia its first series victory over Canadian professionals. The Soviet Union had four victories to one for Canada in the eight-game series. Three games, were tied, leaving Russia with 11 points. The Canadians had one win for a total of five points. Two years ago, with Esposito as the spearhead, Canada won three games in a row in Moscow to capture the inaugural series 4-3 with one tie. Team Canada 74 earned a 3- 3 tie on opening night in Quebec City and followed with a 4-1 victory two days later in Toronto. Then coach Billy Harris used several new players at Winnipeg and the Russians downed Canada 8-5 to pull even in points after three games. The Soviets staged a three- goal rally to tie the fourth game at Vancouver 5-5. The game featured Canada's best period of the series, a five- goal outburst in which Hull scored three goals and Howe and Frank Mahovlich one each. Canada lost 3-2 and 5-2 in the first two games here and tied rather than won the third when the timekeeper and referee Tom Brown of Toronto ruled that Hull's shot between Vladislav Tretiak's legs in the final second of Saturday night's game was a fraction too late. Almost every player had FLUORIDATION STATISTICS INACCURATE? Dr. F.B. Exner, M.D.; F.A.C.R. of Seattle, Washington, had this to say: 'There is no way to measure tooth decay and consequently no way to measure reductions in decay. Moreover the experimental error in counting cavities is as large as the claimed reductions. When numerous investigators, all using such in- accurate methods, all come up with the same numerical answer of 60% (or any other percent) reduction in decay, you can know without further ado and beyond a shadow of a doubt that all the answers were rigged in one way or another and just how it was done in each case is unimportant." Or. Arthur Ford, former Water Com- missioner, City of New York said: "Whatever benefits may result in reduction of tooth decay have been grossly exaggerated by erroneous and promotional handling of the fiuoridation statistics in a way that would never be tolerated in an engineering office." Another revealing statistic on the fiuoridation issue. On Motor 16... Bifon Yn Iwwt... iRvtstiuti VOTI AGAINST X LETHBRIDQE SAFE WATER COMMITTEE WO 2nd Arantx North 327-7142 praise for Cheevers, who re- mained with the team although his father-in-law died last week in Toronto. The goaltender received permission to fly directly to Canada today from Prague, where Team Canada plays Tuesday night in the last ex- hibition game of the 11-game tour that opened Sept. 17 in Quebec. The rest of the team leaves Wednesday. fourth quarter for an 18 yard touchdown. That moved the Bulldogs into a 16-8 lead and they never looked back from there. The Bulldogs rushed for 276 yards but only hit on one of nine passes for 10 yards. Gret Martin was their top man in the rushing department, racking up 129 yards and a touchdown." Winston Churchill opened the scoring late in the first quarter when Len Jarvie's 24 yard field goal attempt went wide, but bounced through the end zone for a single point. And that was the total scoring in the first stanza. A Mohawk third and five attempt from their own 32 failed in the second quarter and the Bulldogs were quick to take advantage of the situation. Poberznick handed off to John Voort on the second play of the series and Voort burst through the middle of the Mohawk line for 24 yards and a touchdown. Mark Howe's conversion was good and the Bulldogs moved into an 8-0 lead. Neither team could move the ball with any consistency during the quarter, with a John Voort interception of a Stelter pass, and a blocked field goal attempt by the Mohawk's Rod Schmidick highlighting the play except for the touchdowns. A Bulldog fumble by Greg Martin late in the quarter on his own 46 yard line set up the only Mohawk major. On the first play after the fumble, Gary Stelter followed the old football adage that after a fumble you should hit them with the bomb. Stelter spotted Brent Sauer in the clear and hit him perfectly, resulting in a 46 yard pass and run play for a touchdown. Sauer scooted in for the two- point convert and the half closed in an 8-8 deadlock. The third quarter saw the Bulldogs break the tie, but only by one point as Brent Hamilton booted a 40 yard single, making it 9-8. Bulldog coach Pete Neufeld made the right move at the right time midway through the final quarter when he inserted Redman on a first and 10 situation at the Medicine Hat 18 yard stripe. The Bulldog quarterback surprised everyone in the place who were expecting a pass. But instead he took off around the left end and went in for the major. Rowe connected on the field goal and the Bulldogs led 16-8. Voort quelched the final Mohawk attempt to get back into the game when he intercepted a Stelter pass on the Medicine Hat 32 and ran it down to the two yard line. After failing on the first shot at the major Poberznick sent Greg Martin wide around the left side and the Bulldogs went into a commanding lead. Rowe's convert was good again and the game wound up a few minutes later 23-8 for the Lethbridgeites. THE FIFTH QUARTER A good portion of the nearly 600 fans were Churchill homecoming celebrants Albert Dodson of the Bulldogs and Robin Herrmann of the Mohawks both had 10 tackle on defence Pat McCune had 50 yards rushing for the Churchill crew John Voort had 56 The Mohawks managed 114 yards on the ground they added another 106 in the air, hitting on nine of 12 attempts Chris Alex- andropoulos sacked Mohawk quarterback Stelter for a 15 yard loss in the second quarter on a fine play Gil Poberznick intercepted a Stelter pass on the last play of the game. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT P.M. QUINNvsVAZIRI KOWALSKI SAVAGE VS HURST MARTEL THORNTON vs CANNON TUUFULI vs SULLIVAN KELLYS vs RAMIREZ YAGI 14 point 6 CYLINDER 8 CYLINDER Labour only Parts extra... most cars. One price includes. Initial electronic scope check Test and clean battery, cables and hold down All labour for service and installation of spark plugs Test cylinder output All labour for replacement of condenser Check rotor Check H T wiring, distributor cap, coil, primary circuit OQ88 Labour Parts extra... most cars. Check and adjust timing Check P C V operation Check and lubricate heat riser valve Check and adjust idle mixture Check fuel pump and filter for proper operation Check air cleaner element Final scope check Disc or Drum Brake Refine OO88 Labour only AHHUJHIH Parts extra... nrifAl most cars. Your car's brakes need regular check-ups. They may need relining right now. Trust the job to your Esso Complete Car Care retailer. Here's what you get for this one price! For cars with drum brakes. Disassemble and examine whsete drum shoes, springs and adjusting mechanism Examine wheel cylinders InspecS and measure all brake drums Clean and lubncate baching plates inspect brake shoe return springs Labour tor installing Hinmgs. 4 wheels Clean and lubncate adjusting mechanism Unspecl Jronj wheel seals Examine master cylinder Adjust brakes Check power cylinder Check brake lights Final quality control test ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 90 DAYS OR MILES For cars with front disc brakes: Remove wheels, disassemble calipers and check condition Check discs Jor run out and wear Labour Jor installing Iron! pads Remove rear drums, inspect lining condition and wheel cylinders Inspect and measure drum condition Assemble drums and wheels Check master cylinder Check brake lights Final quality control test NOTE Disc machining and or caliper rebuilding -s extra-Rear lirrngs extra