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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 19 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday. October 26. HT4 Be sure to visit Cmitro Mall during MEXICAN FIESTA DAYS ART WILLIAMS TRAVIML VIMMtt Flaw. 3211111 Herald- Sports (jdhtottfi JOffltt FniHifl LM. LMW Ltvtf mi M. Stapftaf SWt l (4M) ttft-7411 FILING CABINETS Open season Sunday, exhibition tonight Native Sons will be exciting ByJCLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer A lot of hustle and an exciting brand of hockey is what the Lethbridge Y's Men Native Sons have to offer this year, according to Howie Yanosik, coach and manager of the local Junior B club. "I'm not making any first-place says Yanosik. "But we've got a bunch of guys who are will- ing to work, and I think the fans are in for a real The Native Sons will tune up for Sunday's Central Alberta Junior Hockey League season opener with an exhibition contest against the Taber Palace Pats tonight, beginning at p.m. at Henderson Lake Ice Center. On Sunday, the Sons begin playing for keeps at 2 p.m. at Henderson when they face off against the Medicine Hat entry in the league. Sponsored once again by the Y's Men's Club, in af- filiation with the Lethbridge Athletic Association, the Native Sons will compete in a six-team southern divi- sion of the CAJHL. Other clubs in the south include Medicine Hat, Taber, Brooks, Fort Macleod and The Pass. The northern division is made up of Vulcan, Claresholm Nanton, Hanna, Olds and Rocky Moun- tain House. Yanosik, along with assistant coach Jerry LeGrandeur, has trimmed his lineup to 19 active players from a training camp which started out with over 80 hopefuls. Another two skaters are still with the club, but are recovering from injuries at the present time. The Native Sons look to be very strong in goal this year with young Gary Clark arid returnee Garry Wagner. Clark, a lanky 14-year old from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, comes to the Sons after trying out for the Lethbridge Broncos and, according to Yanosik, could be with the big club next year. Meanwhile, Wagner, a 19-year old local boy, gives Yanosik much-needed experience between the pipes. If there is a weak point on the club, it is with the defencemen, says Yanosik, but this may be more a tribute to the goaltenders and forwards than a criticism of the rearguards. The Sons have three seasoned veterans on the blueline, as well as a pair of youngsters. Dennis Halt and Randy Lowe are back from last year's club, while Ken Klinkhammer skated with the Lethbridge Longhorns in 1973-74. All three are Lethbridge products, as is 16-year old Darrel Osmond, a newcomer to the Junior B ranks. The baby of the group is 14-year old Gordie Gejdos from Skiff. Yanosik is really high on this youngster, whose dedication to the game may earn him a Lethbridge Bronco sweater in another year or two. On the front line, the Native Sons are in fine shape. Yanosik can sit out three forwards every game, and still come up with three solid, well-balanced lines. At present, the line of Joe Meli centering for Reg Os- mond and Albert Dumont should pose the most serious problems for opposing clubs, but the Sons have a kid line with Greg Kveder and Ron Simmons on the wings and Mark Schribner in the middle which should get better and better. Osmond and Meli both return from last year's club, while Dumont comes from the Longhorns. All three are 18 years old and should work very well together. The Kveder Schribner Simmons unit provides the Native Sons with three quick, hustling skaters who xmight all make the Western Canada Hockey League in the future. Kveder and Simmons both played for the Sons last season, while Schribner comes to Lethbridge from Brooks. Schribner's older brother Glen was the Most Valuable Playefof the Sons last year, and he centers a line which also includes ,Vic Stasiuk and Terry Roberts. Stasiuk and Roberts are both local products in their first year with the Native Sons. A fourth line has Dwane Howell and Rod Pocza flanking Gino Guzzi, and Yanosik doesn't feel he will lose anything when these three are on the ice. Howell, a 17-year old from Red Deer, comes to the club with outstandingfotential while Guzzi and Pocza, both 19, lend the line a lot of experience. Def enceman Bruce Modi and centre George Szakaly are both still with the club, but recuperating from in- juries, so Yanosik and LeGrandeur have been unable to take a close look at these two. With this array, the Native Sons tackle a 36-game league schedule as well as the task of representing Lethbridge in the Canada Winter Games playdowns. As the host club, the Sons get a bye into a six-team tournament December and 29 at the Sportsplex. Should they emerge victorious from that tournament, the Native Sons would represent Alberta in the 1975 Jeux Canada Games hockey competitions in February. HOWIE YANOSIK MAKES A POINT TO FIVE OF HIS PLAYERS. FROM RIGHT, DARREL OSMOND, KEN KLINKHAMMER, DENNIS HATT, YANOSIK, RANDY LOWE, AND GORDIE GEJDOS. Eskimos' McGowan back in lineup Largest crowd watches game TORONTO (CP) draw the largest crowd ever HuU couldn't manage to keep to a world Hockey Association Winnipeg Jets unbeaten Fri- game in Toronto, day night, but he did help A crowd of turned out i AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern DOUGBOYER Sales Representative 3O89thSt.S. Phono 328-1228 at Maple Leaf Gardens to see HuU and his Jets lose 3-1 to the Toros. "It really felt like a hockey game with all those people said Toros winger Paul Henderson, accustomed to crowds of more than when he played for the National Hockey League Toronto Maple Leafs until last year. The Toros averaged a little more than fans for their games last season at Varsity Arena and averaged about 000 in their first four games this season at the Gardens. It was Toronto's fifth win in as many games and kept the Toros on top of the Canadian Division, four points ahead of Quebec Nordiques, the only other unbeaten club. J M ELECTRIC 3MB 1OVi Street Norm Wish to Announce Change of Management EiMcnve Will take over managerial duties. For complete electrical inctsUstions call 328-6768 or 328-7944 IRISH CANADIAN SOCIETY HALLOWEEN DINNER-DANCE Friday, Nov. 1st Ericksstfs Family Restaurant par couple or par person Phone Jim Houston 328-1306 Optional THE CANADIAN PRESS Edmonton Eskimos will have a healthy George McGowan in the lineup for the first tone this season when they put their position as top team in the Western Football Conference on the line against British Columbia Lions tonight. McGowan, the flashy receiver named the most out- standing player in the Cana- dian Football League last season, has been sidelined with a pulled hamstring mus- cle for most of this season. He has made only two token Suns play two games The Taber Golden Suns will be out to extend a two-game winning streak when they host the Red Deer Rustlers and the Drumheller Falcons in a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League contests this weekend. Tonight, the Golden Suns host the second-place Rustlers in an p.m. contest, while Taber will face off with the Falcons Sunday at GUTS WINTER TUNE-UP SUN RACK' SOUTHERN ALBERTA Good C.I U Anshutz Model 190S Remington HICK KUCHEftAN BULLETS Remirigloo 40X (40 x BOR AcSon) HedfieW 94 22 acton Winchester 94 22 fever action POWDCT CO Alcvn Spew WinetiesWf Neater RWS Southern Alberta Hotfgcton en. Winctwsfter Norma Hercutes RCBS A PACIFIC 1 Open Thursday end Friday UK p-m. 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Offer expires Nov. SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE IflftMMeMlMnslSjBM appearances and hopes to return to full speed for the first time tonight when the Lions visit Clarke Stadium in Edmonton. McGowan returns to the lineup as the WFC heads into the next-to-last weekend of the season with four of the five teams still in contention for playoff spots. Edmonton has 17 points, one more than B.C. and Saskatchewan Roaghriders, who'host Montreal Alouettes' of the Eastern Conference Sunday. Winnipeg Blue Bombers are three points off the pace with 14 points and visit Calgary Sunday to tangle with the Stampeders, the only team out of playoff conten- tion. Saskatchewan's game against Montreal will be its last of the season, while the other four teams all play again next weekend in the final attempt to unscramble the playoff picture. "How much does McGowan mean to Edmonton coach Ray Jauch asks. "He means at least a field goal, maybe a touchdown a game. "You don't realize how much a receiver like McGowan does for your offence until yon don't have .him." The Edmonton-B.C. game will be televised on the CBC network at 8 p.m. MDT. The Montreal Saskatchewan game will be on the CTV network at p.m. MST. Clansmen overwhelm Pronghorns TRAIL, B.C. (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns pot up a real bat- tle in the first half, bat were overwhelmed by the powerful Simon Fraser University Clansmen in the final 20 minutes and dropped an ex- hibition basketball contest by a 91-67 score. The Pronghorns trailed only 44-37 at halftime, but the taller and more ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Brandon... Saskatoon Regina Lethbridge Winnipeg Flin Flon A Pta. 2 49 37 14 2 48 36 12 0 38 SO 8 1 32 34 T 2 32 43 6 2 36 57 6 San Diego. Phoenix Houston... Michigan Minnesota 3 2 1 1 1 0 15 13 6 1 19 12 6 0 18 24 2 0 10 14 2 0 6 16 2 Victoria Medicine Hat New West.. minster...... Edmonton 4 Kamloops .3 Calgary....... 0 ALBERTA JUNIOR W Calgary....... 8 Red Deer 6 Spruce Grove 6 Drumheller-----6 Taber 5 Western Division 7 4 2 63 52 16 6 5 5 1 39 28 13 2 40 33 12 2 40 33 12 1 34 26 9 0 30 22 6 28 51 3 Toronto Quebec Winnipeg Vancouver Edmonton 0 27 9 10 0 17 5 6 0 11 5 4 0 10 16 4 0040 SCORING LEADERS L T F A 3 0804316 4 0 42 41 12 2 0 49 33 12 5 0 49 60 12 0 73 72 10 0 33 77 0 Pta. 7 12 3 8 7 8 3 7 4 7 3 6 3 6 The Pass 010 NATIONAL LEAGUE Division 1 W L T F A Ph. Atlanta 4 3 2 31 21 10 Islanders 41 1 26 15 9 Phila 4 3 1 26 23 9 Rangers 3 2 1 23 19 7 Division 2 Chicago 4 3 0 23 13 8 Vancouver 4 2 2 26 23 10 St Louis .2 3 2 22 27 6 Minnesota.... 2 3 2 15 17 6 K.City 06 1 15 31 1 Division 3 LosAng 4 1 Detroit 5 2 0 25 27 10 Montreal 2 2 3 24 23 7 Pittsburgh.-.. 2 2 1 10 10 5 Washington.... 1 6 1 14 33 3 Division 4 Buffalo 33 1 26 29 7 Toronto 2 2 3 27 21 7 Boston 2 2 3 25 25 7 California 2 4 32537 7 SCOnNO LEADERS Q A Lysiak.Atl 3 10 13 Okmne, Det 1 12 13 BennettAfJ 6 6 12 Cournoyer. MB 5 6 11 Off. Bos 3 8 11 Johnston. Cal 3 811 Weir.Cal 7 3 10 PerreauX But 7 3 10 Mevm. 6 410 Esposito. Bos 6 4 10 Pappon. Chi 6 410 MahovDch. Mfl 5 5 10 Letter. At) 3 7 10 OddteHson. Van 3 7 10 Boudrtas.Van WORLD HOCKEY 0 10 10 New England Cleveland Chicago..... W L T F A P ..2 1 0 9 11 1 2 1 10 14 ..11034 0 4 0 6 14 Dillon, Tor Simpson, Tor....... Featherstone, Tor Mahovhch, Tor..... Lacrow, 3 Mickey. Tor 3 Henderson. Tor......... 3 HOCKEY SCORES National California 4 Philadelphia 1 Minnesota 2 Atlanta 2 Vancouver 5 Kansas 3 World Toronto 3 Winnipeg 1 American Hershey 5 New Haven 5 Providence 6 Richmond 2 Springfield 7 Rochester 3 Baltimore 3 Syracuse 3 Central Denver 4 Omaha 1 Tulsa 8 Fort Worth 6 Oklahoma City 5 Seattle 1 North American Mohawk Valley 5 Long Island 2 Western Canada Kftmfoops 1 Victoria 5 Lethbridge 3 Manitoba Junior Selkirk 4 St Boniface 1 Brandons Kenora 2 Dauphin 9 Si. James 2 Saskatchewan Junior Estevan 6 BaWefords 5 Yorkton 5 Weybum 3 Moose Jaw 12 Regina Pats 4 HumbokJt 6 Swift Current 2 Alberta Junior Drumhener 7 Calgary 5 B.C. Junior Langtoy 3 Nanaimo 2 Ketowna 6 Benmgham l Penticton 8 Meuitt 3 Western international Nelson 6 Kimberlsy 2 Spokane 4 Cranbroofc 3 M04ASKETSAU. NBA Boston 116 Atlanta 109 Kansas CHy Omaha 112 Chicago 91 Washington 111 Milwaukee 96 Golden State 99 Portland 97 Detroit 110 Los Angeles 107 Houston 110 Philadelphia 86 Seattle 106 Phoenix 97 ABA New York 113 Sen Antonio 93 Utah 105 San Diego 88 St Louis 91 Kentucky 86 dub from Burnaby, B.C. ran away witt the game in the se- cond half. Rookie forward Richard Foggo led the Pronghorns with IS points, while Cart Wobey bit for 16 and Phil Letham chipped in with 12. Lethatnwasthetoprebonnder for the locals with seven. Simon Fraser was ted by 6V Ross Van Wyngarden, who fired a game-high 28 points through the hoop. From there, the Clansmen scoring dropped to Rob Stewart's U points. WCHL Hockey Lethbridge Broncos YS Brandon Wheat Kings SUNDAY OCT. 27TH 7P.M. Lethbridge Sportsplex ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st AVI S 327-6886 or 327 4445 ;