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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Monday. October 21, 1974 GOING HOME FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON your rtMnwtloim by booking tarlyl CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL______________________PHONE 328-81M Herald- Sports RICK ERVIN photo BRIAN SUITER (9) AND BRYAN TROTTIER (10) DIG AT LOOSE PUCK IN FRONT OF BLADES' RANDY IRELAND Breeze by Blades 6-2 Broncos humble Saskatoon By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Earl Ingarfield, coach of the Lethbridge Broncos, was sporting a satisfied look after his club's 6-2 victory over the Saskatoon Blades Sunday night before fans at the Sportsplex. "I'm very satisfied with our performance in the last three he said. "We'replay- better positional hockey and instead of a group of in- dividuals we're working together as units." In their last three outings the Broncos have -picked up five of a possible six points with- two wins and a tie in Western Canada League play. Last night Ingarfield was getting results, not only from ithe likes of Bryan Trottier, Alex Tidey and Brian Sutter, but from a line consisting of Greg Woods, Stan Jensen and Ron Delorme. Delorme was later replaced by Archie Henderson but the line still continued to fly, with the pop- ular Henderson picking up two assists. Delorme was playing well when a puck caught him on the YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 side of the right knee and he had to be assisted from the ice early in the second period. The knee was reported to be bruised but Delorme will be back in action for the Bronco's next game. Jim Wishloff and Bill Jobson were also standouts for the Broncos offensively over the game. Besides his forwards Ingar- field is more than pleased with the type of goalteriding he has been getting from Lome Molleken of late, as the six foot one inch goalie turned in another solid performance Sunday. Molleken was sharp throughout the game, making some fine saves, particularly in the closing minutes of the second period. Bryan Sutter and Stan Jensen were the scoring stars of the night, both picking up a pair of goals. John Lutz and Jim Wishloff added singletons for the locals while Saskatoon's goals came off the sticks of Don Arndt and Neil Hawryldw. Sutter got the Broncos off to a fast start in the opening period when he capitalized on a Saskatoon penalty to Bob Hoffmeyer. Sutter completely fooled Blades' goalie Randy Ireland with a deflection off a soft Bryan Trottier shot from directly in front of the net. Jim Wishloff moved the locals in front 2-0 at the mark when he took a pass from Don Eastcott and backhanded the puck past Ireland. Sutter picked up his second goal of the period, banging home a pass from Tidey and Trottier, and the Broncos were off to a 3-0 lead. Neil Hawryliw finally found the range for the Blades at of the first stanza as he popped in a shot from right in front of the Bronco net with Don Eastcott in the penalty box for the locals. Stan Jensen moved the Broncos ahead 4-1 at the mark of the second period, drilling home a pass off the faceoff from Greg Woods. Saskatoon's Don Arndt, who led his team with 42 goals last year, moved the Blades to within two just 44 seconds after Jensen's goal, finishing off a nice passing play from Del Chapman .and Ralph Klasseri. Jensen's second goal of the game came as a result of a lot of hard work and digging by himself and teammates Archie Henderson and Greg Woods. Jensen jammed the loose puck past Ireland only seconds after Henderson had missed what looked like a sure goal in a scramble in front of the net. Henderson, a hero with the Lethbridge fans since display- ing his fistic prowess in the last home game, started the prettiest play of the night when he sent Jensen and Lutz in on a two on one situation with a rink wide pass. Jensen took the pass, drew the defenceman and goalie to his side, then passed the puck back to Lutz who tucked it into the middle of the wide open net. The Blades had only dropped one game prior to running into the Broncos Sun- day night. The Broncos have now won three, tied one and lost three in league play. The Lethbridge squad look- ed stronger both offensively and defensively last night and the team has become ac- customed to their new fans and surroundings. "With the support we're getting now from the fans and the way we're beginning to pull together, we're going to be a tough club to beat on home ice as this season Ingarfield stated. ICE CHIPS Lome Molleken saved the Broncos' bacon on more than one occa- sion with some brilliant stops. Molleken gloved a sizzler off the stick of Ralph Klassen in the dying seconds of the se- cond period at a time when the Bronco defence had fallen completely apart Arndt had a ciean cut breakaway STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHTI P.M. BIG JOHN QUINN TOR KAMATA KELLY TWINS vs SULLIVAN ft RAMIREZ ABDULLAH TMt BUTCHER VS. HIROSHIYAQI THORNTON va. Big Liverpool are favorites LONDON (Reuter) Liverpool and Arsenal, who share the record of eight English Football League championships, now contemplate contrasting fu- the top and bottom of the First Division. Liverpool is favored to win the title a ninth time, but last- place Arsenal may be relegated to the Second Divi- sion for the first time since 1919. Liverpool beat Queens Park Rangers 1-0 Saturday to bring its points total to 19 from 13 games. Manchester City, 1-0 winners over Luton Town, also has 19 points, but has played a game more and has an inferior goal average. Arsenal lost 2-0 to Tottenham Hotspur and has gathered only seven points from 13 games. With three teams to be relegated, its out- look is bleak. But Arsenal can take some consolation from Manchester United's revival. United, rele- gated last year after 36 years in the First Division, now leads the Second Division and appears certain to bounce back into the top bracket. Tottenham, also down in the First Division basement, beat Arsenal with goals by Steve Ferryman and Martin Olivers. Liverpool's ninth win of the season came on a seventh- minute goal by Brian Hall. LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Laval 7th ttraat Shopping Mall LfthlrMii.Alb.t1i PfclH (403) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Tigers finally lose one, finish weekend with split for the Blades in the second period but ended up shooting the puck harmlessly into the corner the two fights of the night were of a minor nature only George Samis delivered any telling punches and the linesmen, John Kobal and Jerry Grey, soon had the local defenceman pulled off his fallen opponent Lethbridge played two men short the last 30 seconds of the game but it didn't help the Blades any the big new timeclock at the Sportsplex came up with a short in the dy- ing minutes of the game and the only indication of time remaining was via the public address system the Bronco bench were on their feet hollering encouragement to their players on the ice on more than one occasion Murray Harding was the referee he has been the target of abuse around the league of late but called a close, fair game in the Sportsplex last night. BRONCOS SASKATOON 2 First Period 1. Lethbridge, Sutter (Trottier, Tidey) 2. Lethbridge. Wishloff (Eastcott John- son) 3. Lethbridge. Sutter (Tidey. Trottier) 4. Saskatoon. Hawryliw (R. Chapman. Leggott) Penalties Hoffmeyer S Johnson L Eastcott L Lutz L Second Period 5. Lethbridge, Jensen (Woods) 6. Saskatoon, Arndt (Chapman. Klassen) Penalties Peters S Third Pariod 7. Lethbridge. Jensen (Henderson. Woods) 8. Lethbridge, Lutz (Henderson. Jensen) Penalties Hoffmeyer S. Eastcott L. (majors) Peters S Hoffmeyer S (misconduct) Trottier L Hawryliw S George S. Samis L (majors) Morgan L Johnson L Shots on by Saskatoon 8 7 Lethbridge 9 10 Goal Ireland. Saskatoon; Mollekin. Lethbridge. -Attendance 4.033. There were two ties among the results of an active Western Canada Junior Hockey League weekend that saw Medicine Hat, Kamloops, and Lethbridge take wins Sun- day. Flin Flon Bombers tied Vic- toria Cougars 5-5 and New Westminster Bruins tied Win- nipeg Clubs 3-3. Flin Flon marksmen were Blair Davidson with three and Jeff McDill and Rick Gosselin with one each. Replying for Victoria, who came from behind a 3-2 second period deficit, were Tim Williams with two, Peter Morris, Jim Gustafson and Dan Lucas. Mark Lofthouse put together two goals for New Westminster and Harold Philippoff added one to match efforts by Craig Miller, Grant Eakin and Kevin McCarthy for Winnipeg. In other games Sunday Medicine Hat Tigers downed Regina Pats 5-4, Kamloops Chiefs trounced Calgary Centennials 9-0 and Lethbridge Broncos beat Saskatoon Blades 6-2. Medicine Hat got its points from Morris Lukowich, Gary Vaughan, Cliff Lane, Greg Vaydik and Barry Dean while Regina put on a strong show- ing with goals by Dick Van Der Velden, Mike Harazny, Doug Keil and Les Grauer. Regina's push in the final minutes of the game, which included 14 of their 25 shots on goal, wasn't enough to over- come the Tigers even with Pats' goalie Ed Staniowski on the bench. Soviets want 1980 Olympics VIENNA (CP) Union, which has had 523 champions since it entered the Olympics in 1952, is making a high powered bid for the 1980 Games. Los Angeles is the only other city that will be bidding for the event Tuesday before the International Olympic Committee Despite reports that the So- viet Union is a sure winner, Lord "Killanin of Ireland, president of the IOC, says that both Moscow and Los Angles will "be listened to and given the same treatment and con- sideration." Volleyball tournament The Third Annual In- vitational High School Volleyball Tournament is set to go October 22, 25 and 26 at the University of Lethbridge. A record number of boys and girls teams will be involv- ed this year as two new entries from Southern Saskatchewan will compete along with 33 teams from around Alberta. Competition gets underway at the U of L gymnasium at 6 p.m.. Tuesday, October 22, and continues Friday, October 25 from 5 to 10 p.m. Tournament finals will be held Saturday, October 26, beginning at p.m. 1974 CLEARANCE ON ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS TRAILERS, CAMPERS, TRUCK MUST BE SOLD FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON USED TRAILERS and CAMPERS one only 1974 DODGE CLUB CAB Trailer Lou has a Oeal for You al TRAVEL CRAFT South 327-4084 Kamloops on the other hand had no trouble with Calgary, outshooting the Centennials 49-18. Scoring for the Chiefs were Rob Flockhart and Brad Gassoff, each with two, and Don Moores, .Daryl Ferner, Mai Zinger, Allan Young and Ryan Walter. In games Saturday, Brandon Wheat Kings dropped Winnipeg Clubs 5-3 and Saska- toon ended Medicine Hat's un- beaten record with a 4-2 vic- tory. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern DMalon W L T F A Brandon....... 5 1 2 41 30 12 Saskatoon..... 5 2 1443211 Regina......'.. 3 5 1 35 43 7 Winnipeg...... 2 3 3 28 35 7 Lethbridge 3 3 0 29 29 7 Flin Flon 2 5 2 33 50 6 Waatam Division Medicine Hat 6 1 1 34 23 13 Victoria 4 3 2 35 30 10 Edmonton..... 4 2 1 34 26 9 New West..... 3 4 2 34 30 8 Kamloops..... 2 4 0 23 21 4 Calgary 0 6 2 22 43 2 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Calgary 8 2 0 75 36 16 Red Deer...... 6-4 0 42 41 12 Drumheller 5 4 0 38 48 10 Spruce Grove .5 2 0 42 29 10 Taber..........3 7 0 61 62 6 The Pass...... 0 8 0 23 65 0 FOOTBALL CFL WflaVtcm Conference W L T F A Pta Edmonton___8 5 1 229 232 17 B.C...........8 6 0 291 253 16 Sask.........8 7 0 288 287 16 Winnipeg.....7 7 022829714 Calgary ......5 9 0 234 277 10 Eastern Confarahea .W L T F A Pta Montreal .....8 4 2 310 234 18 Ottawa.......7 8 0 241 244 14 Hamilton .....6 8 0 242 270 12 Toronto......5 8 1 238 277 11 NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Weatarn Division W L T F A Pet N.England 5 1 0 176 91 .833 Buffalo 5 1 0137105 .833 Miami.....4 2 0 123 111 .667 N.Y. Jets ..1 5 0 88 141 .167 Baltimore.. 1 50 75 169 .167 Central Division Pittsburgh .4 1 1 132 99 .750 Cincinnati .4 2 0 160 101 .667 Cleve......1 5 0 98 163 .167 Houston 1 5 0 79 146 .167 Weatam Division Oakland... 5 1 0 148 89 .833 Denver.... 3 2 1125120 .583 Kan City... 2 4 0 89 110 .333 San Diego .1 5 0 79 120 .167 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EtMtMffi DtafiwOfi NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division 1 NY 7 NY Rangers Division St. Kan Division LA Detroit Wash Division Buffalo Toronto Boston WORLD Eastern Cleveland New Western San Diego Minnesota Canadian Vancouver Edmonton St. LOuiS Phila Wash Dallas NY Giants Minnesota Green Bay Chicago Detroit Atlanta N. 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