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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tussdsy, Octobsr THE (LiTHBRIOOC HERALD 21 GOING HOME FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON Emura your reservations by booking ssriyl CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL MM1M Third Section The LetHbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, October 15, 1974 LETMBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower level Wi Street (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Pages 21-32 Herald Sports Broncos at home against Victoria The Lethbridge Broncos will be endeavoring to get back on the winning track tonight when they go against the Vic- toria Cougars in the Canada Games Sportsplex. Game time is eight o'clock. After'an impressive 5-1 vic- tory over the defending Memorial Cup champion Regina Pats in the team's opening game of the season, the Broncos have fallen on hard times, losing their last three contests. With the return home to the Sportsplex, Bronco coach Earl Ingarfield hopes his hockey club will snap back to life. Mets get Joe Torre LOS ANGELES (AP New York Mets acquired veteran first baseman Joe Torre from St. Louis Car- dinals Sunday for pitchers Ray Sadecki and Tommy Moore in major league baseball's first key post- season trade. Torre, 34, batted .282 last season with 11 homers and 70 runs batted in for the Car- dinals. He was the National League's Most .Valuable Player in 1971 when he batted .363, hit 24 homers and drove in 137 runs. Torre broke into the majors as a catcher in 1961 with Mil- waukee Braves and remained with the Braves until March 1969 when he was traded to St. Louis for first baseman Orlando Cepeda. During his career Torre has been named to nine All-Star teams. He carried a .302 life- time batting average into the 1974 season and has a lifetime total of 240 homers. Sadecki, a 33-year-old left- hander used mainly in relief and as a spot starter in five seasons with the Mets, had an 8-8 record and a 3.41 earned run average last season. Umpires meeting A meeting for all members of the Softball Umpires Association is slated for Thursday night in the Gas Company auditorium. The meeting, which starts at 8 p.m., will review the events of the past season and choose the executive for the coming year. "We've just gone Ingarfield said. "Our goals against average is awful. You can't blame just one or two players, the whole team has been playing poorly. "Our defence has not been good, but it's not all their fault, the forwards are not coming back to help them." Ingarfield is looking for a fast, aggressive game from his charges tonight and ex- pects the big Victoria club to be throwing their weight around as well. Victoria is currently in third place in the West Division of the Western Canada Junior Hockey League. Among the returnees on the Cougar squad are Mel Bridgman and Peter Morris, who accounted for 50 goals between them last year for the West Coast team. Ingarfield is still undecided as to what players will sit out the game and which goalie he will have in the nets. "Our goal tending has been shaky, but we have a boy coining into camp in the next few days and we hope he can strengthen out net minding." One definite lineup change for the Broncos will be the omission of Dean Samis on the blueline. Samis will be out of action for a while with stretched ligaments in his ankle. Lethbridge players Brad Cox and Don Johnson were singled out for praise by coach' Ingarfield. "Johnson looked good in the Medicine Hat game. In fact he, Doug Gillespie and Darcy Regier have been our three best defencemen in the last few games. The Cox line also played well in the 'Hat, being about the only line that show- ed any aggressiveness." There are still a number of extra players in camp, and the Broncos are bringing in a few more boys to look at Very few players have secured positions on the team and Ingarfield promised that those who wanted to stay with the club were going to see some hard work. The Lethbridge hockey fans can bet their bottom dollar they'll see a more aggressive Bronco team hi action tonight The nervousness of the new Sportsplex ice should be gone, and the Broncos can turn all their attention to winning hockey games. There are still a few Bronco players without room and board facilities and the club asks that anyone interested in having a player in their home contact the club at 3294X04. vm ED FILAN for Lethbridge School Trustee Businessman and P.Eng. with 7 years teaching experience, grades V to XI, Edmonton Public Schools Lethbridge resident since T971 and father of 3 school aged children Will strive for businesslike manage- ment in our city educational system BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, DAVID BOBAK, ROD RIRIE, MIKE DUERDEN. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, SILVANA SACCOMANI, LAURIE GLEN, EVELYN DAW. Churchill9s squad dominates By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Twenty-three Southern Alberta high school students took part in a cross- country run Saturday and when all the points were tabulated, Winston Churchill High'School won the grand aggregate team trophy. The Churchill squad had a total of 41 points, well ahead of Livingston High School in Lundbreck with 11 points. St. Mary's of Cardston was third over-all with nine points. The races were held at the University of Lethbridge. The U of L track served as the start and the finish of each race, and the runners wound through the large campus area on various courses. David Bobak of Winston Churchill took the boys' open run. He led throughout the grueling metre course and finished in 28 minutes 24 seconds. The gals' open winner was Silvana Sac- comani of Catholic Central. The women's course was metres in length and it took the winner 14 minutes and 19 seconds to complete it. Senior boys winner was Mike Duerden of Winston Churchill with a clocking of 16 minutes and 40 seconds over the metre distance. Evelyn Daw, also of Winston Churchill, took the metre senior girls title, with a seven minute six second run. The gals' junior honors went to Laurie Glen of Lundbreck, taking six minutes and 22 seconds on the metre course. Rod Ririe was the junior boys champion. The Magrath youngster toured the metre course in 16 minutes and 40 seconds. The races were run off smoothly with assistance from numerous teachers throughout the district and from George and Carol Gemer. The metres converted into miles shows the metre run is .93 miles, metres is 1.86 miles; metres is 2.5 miles .and metres is 3.75 miles. The event marked the first time a cross- country run was held under the direc- torship of the high schools in the area. The schools included all those sooth of Nanton to the American border and west of Taber to the B.C. boundary. A number of races were very com- petitive, in particular the boys open and the junior girls metres. The second and third place finishers in both events were only one second apart. SHORT RUNS It was disappointing to see so few parents out to watch their children competing the St. Mary's youngsters continue to have trouble with buses. this time their bus broke down and delayed their arrival for over an hour a St. Mary's bus recently rolled over with their junior football team Mai Clewes and his assistants did' a fine job running the event the start was delayed, awaiting the arrival of the St. Mary's contigent the wind had an effect on runners Laurie Glen of Lundbreck caught everyone by surprise as she whisked home almost a minute ahead of both the junior and senior girls the most exciting race of the day was for se- cond spot in the men's open between Gavin Fenton and John Wagontall Fenton ran the latter part of the race in his socks following are the final placings in all categories: Team Trophy School Pit 1 Winston Churchill 41 2. Livingston High, Lundbreck 11 3. St Mary's. Cardston 9 4. Catholic Central 5 5. Magrath 5 6. Lethbridge Collegiate 5 7. Coalhurst 3 Jr. 1.500 Metres NMM School Time 1. Laurie Glen, Lundbreck 622 2. Francis Goodstriker. SL Marys 3. Lorraine Daw, Winston Churchill 4. Marie Russell. St Mary's Senior QMa, 1300 Metres 1. Evelyn Daw. Winston Churchill 2. Diane Turner. Winston Churchill 725 3. Joanne Red Crow. SL Mary's 726 4. Donna Snieder. Lundbreck Open, 1. Silvanna Saccomani. Catholic Central i Heather Glen, Lundbreck vHMOr tMyVg 4f 000 MOITWi 1. Rod Ririe. Magrath 2. Ken Rebel. Lethbridge Collegiate 3. Leo Reedyk. Winston Churchill 1850 4. Ken Van Rootselaar. Coalhurst 5. Shawn StebMns. Coalhurst 1. Mike Duerden. Winston Churcb 2. Brent Hamilton. Winston Churchill 3. Dale Cronktiite. Winston Churchill 4. Ed Parker, Wiftston Churchill 5. Robert Henderson. LethbrHJge Collegiate Soys1 Open. 1. David Bobak. Winston Churchill 2. Gavin Fenton. Winston Churcnm 3. JoM Wagontall, Winston Churchill 23.02 2824 3028 3029 Taber Suns gain split, ''Pass drops both contests By CANADIAN PRESS The Spruce Grove Mets in- vaded Southern Alberta over the weekend, and thumped both the Taber Golden Suns and the Pass Red Devils in Alberta Junior Hockey League action. Saturday, the Mets dumped the Golden Suns 6-3 in a game marred by 56 penalties, including nine majors. In Blairmore Sunday, the Mets skated to an easy 11-0 victory over the Red Devils. In Taber Spruce Grove took 21 of 38 minor penalties and two of three misconducts. Taber took five of nine majors and the teams each had three game misconducts. The game took three hours and 15 minutes to play. There was no decision on which team came out on top of the numerous fights, but Spruce Grove won the en- counter 6-3 after trailing 1-0 after the first period. Mets held a 5-2 edge after two periods. Murray Dea, Ron Bignell, Rick Zaparniuk, Paul Messier, Kelly Bunn and Keith Hertz scored for Spruce Grove who were outshot 45-38 by Taber. Golden Suns got two goals from Don Renner with Ted Wiest adding the other. In their triumph over the Pass Spruce Grove took a 40 lead in the first period, on two goals by Kelly Bunn, and singles by Murray Del and Geoff Elkon. Spruce Grove marksman Ron Bignell scored the only goal of the second period. Mets collected six goals in the third period, two each by Elkon, Vince Magnum, and Rick Zaparniuk. The Pass took 23 penalties compared with 21 handed to Spruce Grove. Mets received five majors, and The Pass two. Spruce Grove outshot Red Devils 23-21. The loss was the second of the weekend for The Pass. Gordon Gustafson fired two goals as the Red Deer Rustlers scored a 54 victory over the Red Devils in Blair- more Saturday night. Other Red Deer marksmen were Ralph MacLaine Pont, David Krook and Jim Causgrove. Randy Sparks, Tom Marriott, Dave AHerby and Rick Durston each got single goals for The Pass, who took a 1-0 lead after the first period but trailed 3-2 going into the final 20 minutes of play. The teams split 24 penalties with The Pass picking up two misconducts and a major in their total. Red Deer outshot The Pass 22-21. Taber salvaged a weekend split when they overwhelmed the Rustlers 9-3 before fans in the Taber Arena on Sunday. Taber led 5-1 at the end of the first period and 7-3 after 40 minutes. Shots on goal showed Taber taking the offence, out shooting Red Deer 55-35. Scoring two goals each for Taber were Rocky Saganiuk, Darcy Birostek, Bernie Syrenne, and Randy Jovenazzo. Dean Solhiem got the other Golden Suns goal. Red Deer scorers were Ed Guise, Ralph McLean Pont and Earl Switzer. There were 18 penalties. Taber took nine minors, one major and one game miscon- duct while Red Deer had a major and a game miscon- duct. In other AJHL action over the weekend, Dennis Walls scored near the end of the third period Sunday night to give Drumheller Falcons a 2-1 victory over Calgary Canucks in a game watched by 1.000 fans. Jim Nill scored the only goal of the first period to give Drumheller a 1-0 lead after the first period. Calgary's Mendel Vysohlid scored for the Canucks to give the teams a 1-1 tie going into the final frame. Calgary took nine of 14 minor penalties and one mis- conduct. Dan Shearer made 33 saves in the Drumheller net while Ron Burgess faced 46 drives in the Canuck net. Flin Flon moves out of last spot Flin Flon Bombers emerged from a slump of five losses and a tie to take two weekend games in the Western Canada Hockey League, moving the team out of the cellar in the Eastern Division. But the total of five points left Bombers in fifth place in the six-team division, three ahead of Lethbridge. The wins were both on home ice and each by a one-goal margin New Westminster Bruins lost 54 on Saturday and 3-2 on Sunday. The two losses for Bruins left them in fourth place hi the Western Division. Medicine Hat Tigers, on top of the Western Division, mov- ed into first place with a win and a tie a hard-earned 4-3 decision Saturday over Kamloops Chiefs before battl- ing Calgary Centennials to a 4- 4 stalemate Sunday. The three points put Tigers one point ahead of Edmonton Oil Kings after the Alberta team dropped a 64 decision to Victoria Cougars in Edmonton Sunday. In other games Sunday, Saskatoon Blades took a 64 decision from Kamloops at Saskatoon and the Winnipeg Clubs suffered their first defeat in four games, losing 5- 3 to the Pats in Regina. Kamloops and Calgary are tied in the Western Division cellar each with two points. On Monday night Brandon Wheat Kings scored four un- answered goals in the second period, three of them by right winger Rick Blight, and went on to defeat Winnipeg Clubs 104. A crowd of watched the teams play to a 3-3 tie in the opening period. Brandon led 7-3 after the second. The Wheat Kings, who successfully killed off overlapping minor penalties on two separate occasions, didn't manage a shot on goal in the second period until Blight scored at Dale McMullin and Wayne Naka scored two goals apiece for the Wheat Kings, with others going to Wayne Ramsey, Dan Bonar and Denny McLean. mo TmftCNriryMufe NOW ON THE AIR SPORTS NEWS at aJiL, 730 p.m. andSgOpjn. with BRENT SEELY STEEL IT'S THE MAGIC WORD FOR SNOW TIRES TOO. TOYO STEEL BELTED RADIAL WINTER TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT LEONARDS! UNITED SUPPLY STEEL IIP FOR WINTER. FULLY GUARANTEED. LEONARD TIRE MART 1S02 2nd ATS, South Phons ;