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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LFTHBRIDQE HERALD TlMMdty, Octobff 9, 1974 GOING HOME FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON Ensure your by booking early! CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ________________ PHONE Herald Sports Former Czech coach agrees with Canadians Kostka felt officiating poor PRAGUE (CP) Former coach Viktor Kostka of the Czechoslovak national team said Monday night the Czech Ice Hockey Federation has been struggling for years to have the level of international officiating improved. Kostka said in an interview at a reception for the Cana- dian delegation that of- ficiating throughout the Canada-Russia series was inadequate. Canada 74, the World Association selection which completed its eight- game series against the Soviet Penalty shots important, Bruins bounce Rangers THE CANADIAN PRESS Penalty shots and overtime were featured in two come- from-behind victories in ma- jor league exhibition hockey Monday night. In the final National Hockey League pre-season match, a penalty-shot goal by Bobby Schmautz in the second period helped Boston Bruins to a 7-4 victory over New York Rangers at Boston. In a World Hockey Associ- ation match, Minnesota Fight- ing Saints beat Houston Aeros 6-5 on George Morrison's overtime goal. Greg Sheppard, Andre Sav- ard, Johnny Bucyk, Bobby Orr, Carol Vadnais and Terry O'Reilly scored the other Bos- Wheels, Sharks kaput? NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) Detroit Wheels and Jacksonville Sharks will fold within three days unless new investors are found, the World Football League announced Monday. The Wheels and Sharks games this week were wiped off the schedule. Florida -Blazers, who were to play Detroit on Thursday, and Chicago Fire, scheduled against Jacksonville, will play each other instead at Chicago under the revised, schedule released by WFL president Gary Davidson. Don Andersen, a WFL vice- president, said: "No exact hour has been set as a deadline but new financing probably will have to be done in the next two or three days to keep the clubs operative this year." Andersen said the cost of op- erating the Detroit and Jack- sonville teams is about 000 each for the balance of the season, which would cost the first-year league million. It also operates the Florida Blazers franchise. We have a complete line of APPROVED HOCKEY and FIGURE SKATES NYLON SUPREME JUNIOR SUPREME SPECIAL PRO SLACK PANTHER GOAL SKATES PLUS A Z'jTio'eie line 01 Coovr He foho ami LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117- 2nd AT0.S. Plram 327-8889 ton goals. Pete Stemkowski, Jerry Butler, Rod Selling and Rick Middleton shared New York's goals. The Rangers took a 2-0 lead on a goal by Stemkowski in the first period and Butler's goal early in the second. An unsuccessful penalty shot attempt by the Ranger's Ted Irvine at of the se- cond period was followed by three Boston goals. Sheppard cut the deficit to 2- 1, then Schmautz was award- ed a penalty shot when he was tripped by defenceman Gilles Marotte on a breakaway. Schmautz beat goalie Gilles Villemure to tie the score. Savard put the Bruins ahead to stay. Morrison scored with 30 sec- onds remaining in sudden death overtime in the match between last season's WHA finalists at St. Paul, Minn. Houston had led 5-3 with three minutes to play in regulation time, but Don Tan- nahill scored by banging in a Ted Hampson pass at and at Minnesota defenceman Terry Ball took Morrison's pass and hit the lower right of the net, past Houston goalie Wayne Rutledge. Scoring for Houston were Andre Hinse, Frank Hughes, Paul Popiel, Gord Labossiere and rookie Terry Ruskowski. Scoring earlier goals for the Saints were Ted Hampson, Kevin O'Shea, and John-Ar- bour. Minnesota now is 4-0-1 in ex- hibition play while Houston is 1-1. WHA pre-season action con- tinues tonight with Toronto Toros meeting Cleveland Crusaders at Memphis while Michigan Stags are at home to Houston. The NHL regular season opens Wednesday. St. Mary's bus overturns Odney stars for Stamps Only one of the scheduled games in the Lethbridge Minor Football League was played Monday night at Henderson Stadium due to a traffic accident involving the Cardston St. Mary's Warriors. The game scheduled between the Warriors and the Catholic Central Bombers had to be postponed when the St. Mary's bus overturned on the way into Lethbridge. In the game that was played the Hamilton Stampeders scored a come from behind 35-13 victory over the Wilson Junior High Lions. The Lions were leading the Stampeders at half time 13-6 on touchdowns by Brian Gerbracht and an 80 yard run by Dave Rae. Frank Kogler added a convert to bring the Lion total to 13. Bob Odney scored the lone Stampeder major in the first half. The second half was a different story for the Stampeders. Odney contributed two more touchdowns, giving him three for the night, and Mike Coghlin and Will McMillan also added ma- jors. Not content with his three majors Odney also booted two singles, one convert and ran into the endzone for a two point convert. Many of the St. Mary's players were brought in to St. Michael's Hospital in Lethbridge for treatment after their ac- cident. With one exception, the injuries consisted ef sprains and bruises and all the boys were released after treatment. The only St. Mary's Warrior player detained over night in the hospital for observation was Frank Smallface. Minor Football League official Lew Kennedy said the St. Mary's Bombers game will be postponed for the time being, until a meeting with league officials decides what to do about the missed contest. Calgary pair wins Auc-Skok-Skasi is over and Tom Cook and Ian Robertson are the winners. Auc-Skok-Skasi? That's the Blackfoot name for the Lethbridge Sports Car Club's rally held this past weekend. The name means Running Back. Old man winter interfered with some of the plans for the rally and instead of the ex- pected 19 cars only seven took part The heavy snow in many areas of Alberta prevented many of the teams from reaching Lethbridge to com- pete in the sanctioned rally. Cook drove the winning Datsun 1200 and Robertson was the navigator for the Calgary team. The pair completed the skill testing course, computed to take 6.5 hours, in only 13 minutes and four tenths of a second over the computed time. The Lethbridge team of Phil Wakelen at the wheel and Russ Wilton doing the navigating placed second. They were 15 minutes and 49 seconds over the time. The pair would have won hands down in their Mazda R100 except for one wrong turn that cost them 11 minutes of precious time. Third place in the Saturday night and early Sunday morn- ing run went to another Calgary team. Brian Flewwdling driving and Boris Ganchen drove a Dodge home 30 minutes and 43 seconds overdue. Tffwn Ccmrtry Misic NOW ON THE AIR SPORTS NEWS Union on Sunday, arrived here by chartered aircraft Monday. The Canadians face the Czech national team tonight before returning home. The Soviets won fpur games, lost one and three were tied in the series marred by poor officiating in most games. "The Polish (Roguld Szcza- pak) and the West German (Josef Kompalla) officials are second-rate, even by Euro- pean said Kostka, who coached the Czechs for many years before retiring in 1973. He also objected to the use of a Canadian, Tom Brown of Toronto, and a Russian, Vic- tor Dombrowski, in such a vital competition. "Officials from the United States, Czechoslovakia and Sweden should be he said. "There the hockey is of good calibre and the officials have a chance to work in games of top teams." Journalists here reacted strongly to an announcement Monday that Vaclav Nedomansky and Richard Farda have gone to Canada. The announcement that the Czechs have joined Toronto Toros of the World Hockey As- sociation was made in Toronto in July. One reporter said Nedomansky was over-rated and that pressure had been ap- plied to have him dropped from the Czech national squad. The announcement here of the defection was accom- panied by a front-page editorial condemning North American teams for luring top Europeans away from their homes. The editorial also said Nedomansky had accepted a large salary and short-term benefits over the security of a liftime here. The Canadians, preparing for their 16th game since the opening of training camp Sept. 1, said they are much more re- laxed now that the Soviet series has ended. A telegram from Prime Minister Trudeau congratulating the team was read by Ambassador Pierre Dumas. "The Russians are too good to do some of the things they said Mark Howe, 19, brilliant left winger who was in his second international competition. He was upset by the Russian announcement before the final game that the contest would be ended if the Canadians got too rough. Mark, who played with the United States as a 16-year-old in the 1972 Olympics, said telephone calls in the middle of the night were a problem for some players. Others received wakeup calls too late to prepare properly for games. "They don't have to pull that said Howe, who teamed with his father, Gor- die. and centre Ralph Backstrom to form Canada's top line in the games for Moscow. Despite Canada's loss to Russia, applications have been received for the ex- hibition tonight, which will be played in a building. The Czechs said they would like to meet Canada in a series similar to the one just com- pleted, rather than in one exhibition game every few years. Basketball meeting The Southern Alberta Chinook Basketball League has scheduled a league meeting for Wednesday at p.m. at in Lethbridge Any team wishing to par- ticipate in the league must be represented at the meeting and have a performance bond of It is hoped the league will consist of eight or nine teams and anyone in Southern Alberta interested in entering a team is invited to the meeting. SHOWS WINNING FORM Gordon Keith tops high school golf Gordon Keith of Catholic Central High School in Lethbridge was the winner of the first annual South Western High School Boys' Golf Tour- nament held in Magrath. Inclement weather postpon- ed the second day of the com- petition, which was slated to be a 36 hole affair. The event was originally scheduled to run Friday and Saturday but organizers decided to make it an 18 hole test on Friday only. Randy Jensen of Cardston topped the first flight with a score of 92. Jim Coleman, shooting a 97, was the winner of the second flight. Women boxers? NEW YORK (AP) Tyger Trimiar, a trim 130-pounder, and Jackie Tonawanda, a solid 170, applied Monday for professional boxing licences at the New York State Athletic Commission. The Tyger is 21-year-old Marian Tyger Trimiar and Jackie is 26-year-old Jac- queline they are attempting to become the first women professional fighters. Both work out regularly and have boxed exhibitions but never an actual fight "I think other girls will app- ly if we get our said Miss Tonawanda, who says she doesn't want expect fight against men. "One of my reasons for ap- plying is to open the door for others." said Miss Trimiar, who says she knows of other women interested in boxing for pay. She also said that she didn't expect to box against men, but added that she has sparred against even lost a tooth boxing one in the said said, flashing a proud smile. "I'll fight one of them." said Davey Vasqoez, a pro fighter. There were 21 entrants in the tournament from the South Western region, which includes all schools south of Nanton to the United States border and west of Taber to the Saskatchewan border. Keith's championship round of 79 was remarkable when the frigid weather conditions are taken into account. The team trophy, which went to the team with the best score posted by their school's three lowest golfers, was taken by Magrath High School with a 260 total. A spring tournament is planned for the high schoolers in May. Details will be an- nounced closer to the date. Following are the winners in the various categories: CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 1. Gordon Keith. CCHS ........79 2. Tom Alston. Magrath.........84 3. Ken Dahl. Magrath ...........85 FIRST FLIGHT 1. Randy Jensen. Cardston......92 2 Mike Christou. LCI ...........94 3. Lloyd Gaboon. Cardston......94 SECOMI FLIGHT 1. Jim Coleman. Magrath........97 Z Kevin Miller. Winston Churchill 106 3 Randy Haynes. Magrath.....106 1 Magrath...........260 2. Cardston...................272 Local seniors still looking for curlers The Lethbridge Senior Curl- ing Club is still looking for members for their upcoming season. Thus far the seniors have 20 rinks set to start play on the 15th of October out would like to have four more rinks to fill out their schedule. Anyone 55 or over and interested in curling with the seniors can register at the Lethbridge Curling Club. The registration fee is for the year. AH seniors currently signed with the league are reminded of the general curling club stag slated for Wednesday at 8 o'clock at the Lethbridge Curling Club in the lounge. Festivities get under way at 8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Stnvt Shopping Mdl Phom (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Mustangs win West Division The High River Mustangs finished on top of the West Division of the Foothills Foot- ball Conference by virtue of their win over the Okotoks Ocelots Sunday. The Mustangs out-distanced the Ocelots 49-23. In other West Division play the Claresholm Cobras beat the St. Mary's Warriors 45-7 and the Vulcan Cougars shutout the Nanton Knights 30- 0. In East Division action the Picture Butte Elks got past the Raymond Comets 36-20 and the Cardston Cougars, scored 54 points against Coaldale while the Spartans could only manage 20 against the Cougars. The High River scorers were led by Paul Blayney with three touchdowns. Dave Per- cifield scored two majors and a two-point convert while Craig Spangler rang up two touchdowns, three converts and one two-point convert. Ross Dickson had two ma- jors for the Ocelots and Brad Leavitt had one. Tim Minue added a field goal and two converts for the losers. Claresholm's leading scorer was Glen Wiesensel with two touchdowns and a single point. Tim Morkin, Ken Foxcroft, Larry Simpson, and Doug Howe all scored single touchdowns for the home- standing Cobras. Dale Wallace had a field goal and three singles and Jeff Lindsay contributed a two-point convert. The lone St. Mary's touchdown was scored by Mike Bruised Head and Larry Fox booted the convert. Mike Going, Les Rhodes, Tim Path and Blane Davies all scored majors for the home town Vulcan squad and Wade Nslson added two converts and the team had two safety touches. The Cardston Cougars ran up 54 points and Don Yuill was the major point getter as he racked up five touchdowns. Ralph West scored a major and a two-point convert and Frank Daniels and Eric Brooks both had touchdowns. Rick Chalmers .contributed two two-point converts. Allen linger, Don Tsujiura and Jim Martens all scored touchdowns for Coaldale and Martens added a two-point convert. Hal Nummi crossed the goal line twice for the Picture Butte Elks and Marvin Bebek, Mike Oliver and Brian Heninger, had single touchdowns. Heninger also had a two-point convert and LeRoy Wamsteeker kicked a field goal and a single. Raymond received two touchdowns from Kent Douglas and one from Allen Bridge. Dave Williams and Larry Bartsoff both kicked single points. The East Division will wind up next weekend with the Coaldale Spartans visiting the Raymond Comets on Friday and a key game between Cardston and Picture Butte at the 'Butte on Saturday. There is a possible three- way tie in that division if Cardston and Raymond win and the 'Butte loses. The divi- sion champion will be decided on the least points against over the season. The West Division playoffs start next week but as yet dates have not been decided. St. Mary's play at High River, Nanton tackles Okotoks at Okotoks and Vulcan travels to Claresholm. Following are the stan- dings: EMI Divition W L T Picture Butte Elks.....4 1 0 8 Cardston Cougars 3206 Raymond Comets.....3 2 0 6 Coaldale Spartans .0500 Division Final Conference Standings High River Mustangs ..5 0 0 10 Okotoks Ocelots 4108 Claresholm Cobras 3 2 0 6 Vulcan Cougars 2304 Nanton Knights.......0 4 1 1 St Mary's Warnoi 3 0 4 1 1 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern DfvUton W L T -F A N. England 4 0 0 124 61 Miami 3 1 0 97 88 Buffalo 3 1 0 80 63 NY Jets 1 3 0 68 82 Baltimore. 0 4 0 26 122 Central Division Cincinnati 3 1 0 99-47 Pittsburgh 2 1 1 78 59 Houston 1 3 0 42 64 Cleveland 1 3 0 SB 109 Oakland.. 3 1 0 104 52 Kansas City 2 2 0 62 67 Denver... 1 2 1 65 96 San Diego 1 3 0 62 79 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern OhrWon W L T F A St. Louis 4 0 0 87 29 Phila 3 1 0 59 34 Washington 2 2 0 70 58 Dallas.... 1 3 0 61 50 NY Giants 1 3 0 51 61 Central Division Minnesota 4 0 0 73 51 Chicago 2 2 0 69 53 Green Bay 2 2 0 65 91 Detroit 0 4 0 47 61 Pet 1.000 .750 .750 .250 .000 .750 .625 .250 .250 .750 .500 .375 .250 PcL 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .250 1.000 .500 .500 .000 LOS Angeles 3 1 San Fran 2 2 71 43 .750 45 78 .500 Atlanta 1 New (Means 1 3 0 37 61 -250 3 0 37 78 .250 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Winnipeg 2 0 1 12 9 5 Brandon....... 2 0 1 15 12 5 Saskatoon 2 1 0 22 14 4 Lethbridge 1 0 0 5 1 2 Rin Ron 0 3 1 14 28 1 Regma........ 0 3 0 5 20 0 Western Division Medicine Hat 2 0 014 4 4 New West..... 2 0 010 3 4 Edmonton..... 2 1 0 14 9 4 Calgary 0 3 1 14 18 1 Victoria 0 2 0 3 10 0 Kamloops..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pto Calgary 5 0 0 47 20 10 Drumheller 3 2 0 28 26 6 Red Deer.... 2 2 0 18 17 4 Spruce Grove 110 7 14 2 Taber....... 1 3 0 21 26 2 The Pass... 0 4 0 14 30 0 HOCKEY SCORES Exhibition Boston NHL 7 NY Rangers NHL 4 Minnesota WHA 6 Houston WHA 5 Quebec Major Hull 5 Quebec 4 Laval 13 Montreal 4 Quebec Junior St Jerome 2 Longueutl 1 Provincial Junior Aurora 9 Seneca 3 Western Canada Brandon 6 Rin Ron 4 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. 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