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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October LETHBRIDQE HERALD-13 Eagles win first in three years LEAFS' STOUQHTON WELL COVERED BY L.A.'s LARRY BROWN Rangers get eight goals, five on Seals, three on self By The CANADIAN PRESS There must have been a time during Wednesday night's 5-5 tie when New York Rangers' goalie Ed Giacomin wondered what was going on. Three of California Seals' goals were put into the net by New York defencemen and another actually entered the dis- allowed. That's the way New York's National Hockey League season has been going. In Toronto Saturday night, the defence was more of a hindrance than a help in the Rangers' 7-3 loss, and the same was true Wednesday. "Bad the only explanation I can said defenceman Gilles Marotte. who deflected Joey Johnston's shot into the Rangers' cage just nine seconds after setting up a sec- ond-period goal by Pete Stem- kowski which gave New York a 2-1 lead. In other NHL games Wed- nesday, Chicago Black Hawks picked up their first win of the season with a 4-0 decision over Boston Bruins, and Detroit Red Wings beat Atlanta Flames 4-2. Toronto Maple Leafs earned a 1-1 tie against Los Angeles Kings and Minnesota North Stars did the same against Vancouver Canucks. Two of the California scores came during a three-goal Golden Seals' second period. Stan Weir scored at of the period, but 50 seconds later, defenceman Rod Selling tipped the puck into the net in an effort to stop John Stewart's pass. With the score tied 44 late in the third period, Giacomin had made a save on Al MacAdam, but Brad Park's momentum carried him into the net with the puck under his body. Only Steve Vickers' tip- in with remaining salvag- ed the Giacomin's sanity. Jean Ratelle and Dale Rolfe counted other goals for New NHL We have a complete line of APPROVED HOCKEY FIGURE SKATES NYLON SUPREME JUNIOR SUPREME BLACK PANTHEft GOAL SKATES PWS A complete line of Cooper, Vicloriaville, JCono ana Chris- Hanson We take trade-in on new skates. PLUS we have SKATE EXCHANGE HONM CENTRE 1117-2nd Ave. S. Phone 327- summaries Vancouver summary unavailable. DETROIT 4 ATLANTA 2 First Period: 1. Detroit. Redmond 3 (Dionne) 2. Atlanta, Hextall 2 (Graves, Lemieux) Penalties T. Bergman D Price A Grant D Detroit bench (served by Lochead) Second Period: 3. Atlanta, Bialowas 1 (Bennett) 4. Detroit Redmond 4 (Hogaboam, Hamel) 5. Detroit Lochead 3 (Dionne) Penalties Watson D Lysiak A Quinn A Hogaboam D Third Period: 6. Detroit. Libert 3 (Dionne) Penalties Nowak D Shots on goel by Atlanta 8 13 Detroit 814 Atlanta: Ruther- ford, Detroit CHICAGO 4 BOSTON 0 First Period: 1. Chicago. Koroll 1 (Mikita. Gagon) 2. Chicago. Mikita 2 Penalties Magnuson C. Chicago bench (served by Marks) Redmond C Sims B Edestrand B Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Bucyk B Edestrand B Redmond C Third Period: 3. Chicago. Pappin 2 (Hull. Boidirev) 4. Chicago. Mikita 3 Koroll. (Gagon) Penalties Schmautz B Sims B Orr B (double Mikita C 1451. Shots on goal by Boston 11 11 Chicago 11 9 Boston; Esposito. Chicago. RANGERS S CALIFORNIA 5 Fhet Period: 1. NY Rangers. Park 2 2, California. Stewart 2 (Patey. Neilson) Penalties Stewart Cat Irving R Lavender Cal 1427, TkaczUk R Weir Cal Second Period: 3. NY Rangers. StemkowsW t (Marotte. Selling) 428 4. California, Johnston 1 (McAneety) S. CaBforrtau Wer 4 (Gabertson. McAdam) 6. California. J. Stewart 3 (King. B. Stewart) 7. NY Rangers. RateDe 1 (Marotte. Fair- bairn) Penalties Park R minor, Patey (major.) Sanderson R (misconduct) Marotte R Stemkowsk) R PSrtoifc 8, NY Rftngors. RoUfc 1 (Park) 9. CaWomJa. MacAdam 1. 1734 10. NY Rangers. VWkers 1 (Fatrbahn. Park) Penalties Huston Cal frig Cal (miscon- duct) vlNptV Ml fJMH CainoMta 6 10 NY Rangers 14 8 Goal WleJoche. California: Giacwrrtn, NY Bangers. LOS ANGELES 1 TORONTO 1 First Period: 1. Los Angeles. Murpfty 1 (Williams, Murdoch') Penalties Corrtgan LA Harper LA 1039. SaliWng T 1550. Murdoch LA 18.O8. Second Period: No scoring. Penalties Maloney LA (TTrtnor, fnis- oomdoct) 1057; Mwpihy LA. Moffat T (majors) TNrd Period: 2. Toronto. Ben 2 (McKermy. Ktfbn) Penalties Tumbulf T Berry LA WWW Ml Iff Los Angeles 10 S Toronto 15 15 Goal Vadhon. Los Angefes; Wilson, Toronto. York, while Stewart had an- other for the Seals. At Chicago, centre Stan Mi- kita scored two goals and as- sisted on another by Cliff Koroll to lead the Hawks over the Bruins who remained winless after three games. Goalie Tony Esposito stopped 29 shots to record his 47th career NHL shutout. MANIAGO HOT At Minnesota, Cesare ,Ma- niago allowed only a first- period goal despite facing 43 Canuck shots while Van- couver's rugged forechecking performance allowed Minnesota 20 shots. Lou Nanne of the North Stars slammed in a rebound -past Vancouver goalie Gary Smith at of the final period to lift Minnesota to a tie' and keep the club even on the year with a 1-1-1 mark. Vancouver's Don Lever scored two minutes into the contest when he slammed a missed shot by Andre Boudriaf past Maniago from point blank range. Mickey Redmond scored twice and rookie Bill Lochead's goal broke a 2-2 second-period tie to lead Detroit against Atlanta. At Toronto, Bill Flett's power play goal with less than three minutes remaining, gave Toronto the tie against the close-checking Kings. Los Angeles goalie Rogatien Vachon stopped 37 shots. Two fourth-quarter touchdowns by Rudolf Wells lifted the St. Mary's Eagles to a 20-12 triumph over the Eskimos in Lethbridge Minor Aeros belt McLeod 6-0 By The CANADIAN PRESS Houston Aeros, the defending World Hockey Association champions, show- ed goalie Don McLeod on Wednesday night that they don't miss him at all. McLeod left the Aeros after a salary dispute during the off season and- moved to Van- couver where he tended goal Wednesday for the' Blazers against Houston. The Aeros pelted McLeod with 35 shots on the way to a 6- 0 victory. In one other WHA game, Phoenix Roadrunners opened their first season in the league with an 8-2 win over San Diego Mariners. Ron Grahame, a second- year pro from Denver Univer- sity, recorded his first WHA shutout by stopping 29 Van- couver shots. Mark Howe, Larry Lund, Jim Sherrit, Frank Hughes, Murray Hall and Gord Labossiere provided the Houston scoring. It took Houston only 69 sec- onds to score its first goal of the season, with Howe beating McLeod while the Aeros were shorthanded. Houston scored in the last minute of the opening period when Lund capitalized on a clearing pass by Vancouver defenceman Duane Rupp. The Aeros scored four times in the second period to put the game away. The Blazers failed to score despite a two-man advantage for a full minute early in the third period. Houston left-winger Andre Hinse retired from the game when he injured his left knee after a second-period collision along the boards with Van- couver's Murray Myers. Robbie Ftorek led the ex- pansion Roadrunners with three goals. The Roadrunners, playing before a home crowd of allowed the Mariners two first-period goals and then got shutout goaltending from Gary Kurt, who made 30 saves. Phoenix picked up two powerplay goals and scored another while short-handed. The Roadrunners collected goals from Jim Boyd, Hugh Harris, Al McLeod, Michel Cormier and Murray Keogan. Ray Adduno and Norm Fer- guson scored for the Mariners. Football League play Wednes- day night at Henderson Park. Wells also scored a two- point convert while Tom Little Bear added a touchdown as the Eagles won their first league game in three years. A 102-yard run by Dale Kaminski and another major by Vince Peterbridge had given the Eskimos a 12-8 half- time lead, but Wells' exploits in the final frame provided the margin for the upset and gave the Eagles ample cause for jubilation in their dressing room. In the other contest played Wednesday, the Bombers scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to whip the Stampeders 32-6 and run their season record to seven wins and no losses. Bill Caswell and Irwin Ar- nold scored two majors each for the Bombers, while Ivano Fraulin added another touchdown and a single. Walter Montina rounded out the Bomber scoring with a convert. Neil Povey scored the lone Stampeder touchdown. Play resumes Monday night with the Eskimos facing the Lions and St. Mary's going up against the Stampeders. Next Wednesday, the Bombers will face the St. Mary's Eagles in a game that was postponed earlier this season. LCC Kodiak basketballers BEN BROOKS Ben Brooks is beginning his second year as head coach of the LCC Kodiaks. He is also the athletic co- ordinator of the LCC. Born in Cardston, he obtained his physical education degree from BYU. The Kodiak record is a superb one, having won the provincial title three times and the Western Canada ti- tle twice. Ben promises basketball fans an exciting team for this season and he promises his players six months of "excruciating GREG HESS Greg Hess was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 19 years ago. He is starting his second year with the Kodiaks. The six foot five inch guard-forward is ma- joring in business at the LCC and is one of the more exciting players on the Kodiaks. The 200 pound Hess played basketball for Idaho State before coming up to Lethbridge and is a real asset to the LCC squad. Hess is a vibrant personality and a hard worker both in practice and during a game. CURTIS TRAVIS Curtis Clyde Travis is the holler-guy for the Kodiaks. The lively noise maker is a native of Los Angeles, California and is 22 years of age. Standing six foot two inches and weighing 175 pounds, "Sir Curtis" is starting his first year with the Kodiaks. He is major- ing in business and physical education at the LCC and is a guard- forward. He played basket- ball with Big Ben College at Moses Lake Washington before coming to the LCC. Roundup of bowling scores Foreman looks sharp N'SELE, Zaire (AP) World heavyweight champion George Foreman punished sparring partner Henry Clark for two rounds Wednesday in preparation for his title fight against Muhammad Ali. Foreman appeared sharp in scoring almost at will against the veteran Clark. None of Clark's punches got near the champion's injured eye, which forced a five-week post- ponement of the fight until Oct 30, Zaire time. "I had to slow George said Foreman's manager, Dick Sadler. "He's ready right now." Ali shadow boxed and hit the heavy bag, but did not spar Wednesday. MEETS ELLIS LONDON (Renter) Joe Bugner, British and European heavyweight champion, will meet Jimmy Ellis of the United States in a 10-round bout Nov. 12 at Wembley Arena, it was announced Tuesday. Ellis once held the World Boxing Association heavyweight title. HOLIDAY BOWL DAIRY QUEEN Jean Passey 349 Pat McMillan 239; Gailya Pedersen 256 Marge Mclaughlin 276 Helen Rossetti 241; Cindy Patterson 259; Irene Harris 260; Ursula Hutchinson 252 Hertha Matson 227; Zita Tinordi 227. HAMILTON JUNIOR HIGH Merylen Bunnage 260; Marty Shigehiro 242; Terry Steen 246; Brian Evanoff 195; Pam Shigehiro 182, BENDIX Kay Hyndman 229: Karlyn Spitzer 276 John Vair 239; HanaSnicer 235; Guy Brown 235; Joe Samuels 328; Josie Skretting 218; Larry Barton 215. SIMPSON SEARS Debbie Vanykovich 234; Tom Pratt 302 Bob Anderson 213; Marlene Stasiuk 254; Bob Rossetti 202; Helen Rossetti 214; Trudy Valen- tinsen 227; Merlin Colins 200. A.D.A. Jean Kozalar 203; Sherry Ant 257; Rod Chermos 228; Alex Szento 273; Al Will 225; Alfred Newall 228; Annie Klassen 221. SPEEDY Pat Tiffein 264; Marg Smith Irene Chiste 290; Jeanette Smeed 272; Elaine Brown 236; Helen Cromber 229; Marilynne Tremel 250. ALPINE DRYWALL AND PAINTING Marge Malcomson 315 Jen Hegi 300 Betty Riemann 241, 'Marj Wright 244, Marie Bennett 258 Melody Bobinec 285, Jean Christie 254, Ruby Oseen 280 Barb Jarvie 242 C.SJL Tom Snow 258. Bryon Hirsche 256. Janet Radtke 295 Terri Deak 252. Murray Gould Hamke 290, Alice Kolibas 248. Vern Stewart 274, Ber- nice Stewart 245, John Erickson 263. Mitz Wooldridge 283. Jan Farrell 253. YOUNG ADULTS Rhonda Gier 235 Rudy Traichel 236. Darwin Romanchuk 339 Adella Besseling 337 Linda Malcomson 284 Laurie Koshney 225, Rogan Sinclair 313 Brian Rossetti 237, Gerry Gardin 226, Ken Korsa 213. ALCON REFRIGERATION Bill Billings 206; Brian Rains 212; Allan Draper 209; Mel Perry 226; Gordon Morcom 243; Karen Marthienson 217; Betty Paterson 225; Joanne McTighe 209; Dennis Hurst 261; Rogan Sinclair 226. DAIRY QUEEN Alice Quire 246; Ruth Cronkhite 243; Mabel Wiggill 251; Grace Hill 242; Bernice Hay -265 Gayla Pederson 229; Ursula Hutchinson 240; Rena Purchase 229; Helen Heinonen 230; Mary Shields 219; Hertha Matson 269. CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. JET BOYS Dean Hovey 183 Colin Wiebe 125; Edward Baines J20: David Mann 126; Simon Atkinson 101; -Greg Berthiaume 118; Matthew Weaver 136; Bruce Harvie 127; Nbian Mutter 144. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Edwin Burwash 186 Jim Miklos 160; Bruce Virostek 167; Don Tinordi 285 Craig Ellis Tommy Doyle 206; Adev Ahluwalia 161; Danny Svoboda 163; Mark Wright 175; Stephen Taylor 173. NOW OPEN LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST MAJOR MINOR RECREATION VEHICLE REPAIRING CENTRE Recreational vehicles need special attention when it comes to repairs. We are experienced in all makes and models. We guarantee. _________ OPENING B.T.U. B.T.U. 3009540495 CONDITIONERS inttvllvtion R.V. SERVICE ID) WIRING HOOK-UPS SALES CENTRE 1502- 2nd Ave. South Phone 327-6834 RALPH MISKULIN i PLAINSMAN SPORTS ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SALE The boys at Plainsman Sports are having Thank-You sale in appreciation for the patronage we have received over the past year. This means great savings to you on our regular stock quality merchandise, as our way of saying Thanks. 'FRIDAY MORNING' SPECIAL S. E. Woods DOWNFILLED REVERSIBLE JACKETS 4995 raiDAY IKMMHMO spaciAu BONANZA W RELOADING PRESS MM 44 Complete with bencTi rest dries and shell holders. Reg. ST1.4S sjOIUIIIttt DUNHAM TYROLEAN ROOTS Vibram Soles Suede tog.SO.9S 39 Sako Vixen 222 Rent Reg. Sako Forester 243 Win. RIFLES Sako Finnboar 7 mm Ram. Mag. SsvsgsModsf 110L 7 mm Hem. Mag. .ALE SHOTGUNS Hi Standard Model C2011 Semi-Auto FrancMFatoonetteaOGauge Winchester Super X12 Gauge '145 SALE SALE SERVICE SPECIAL 20% OFF ON ANY TELESCOPIC SIGHT PURCHASED WITH ANY RIFLE I krSk 25 Oh ON OFF FISHING Wrr TACKLE PACK TENTS 25% OFF 25 WHITE STAG ncc SLEEPING wrr ROBES 329-7th St. S. DOWNTOWN Lathbridge UNITED QUANTITIES. SALE BIDS SAT.. OCT. 19 Shotehollf Expert Heavy Load 12 Gauge ;