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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 26, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 17 Bulldogs dominate stat sheet but Cougars finish undefeated WES RiCE, RIGHT, PRESENTS (CHAMPIONSHIP STEVE DEVCIC, DAVE JACKSON AND ALAN BORAS TROPHY TO, FROM THE LEFT, BARRY NIEDERMIER, OF THE COUGARS. Broncos fail to put it all together Friday, locals come up flat in setack to Cougars By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Baffle, counteract, disap- point frustrate. You could read the frustra- tion in coacn Eari Ingdriield's eyes after his club had dropped a 5-3 Western Canada Hockey League; decision before faithful at the Sportsplex Friday night. Ingarfield's Lethbridge Broncos played just one solid penod of hockey against the Victoria Cougars and as a result dropped their third home game in five starts. "Some of our 19-year olds are letting us said Ingarfield shortly after leav- ing the club's dressing room. "Victoria has a good the coach added, "but there is no reason for them to beat us at home Broncos, looking to stretch their unbeaten string to four games, fired 50 shots at Vic- toria netminder Lloyd Saar beating him just three times. As Ingarfield and club presi- dent Bill Burton both pointed out, a good many of those shots were from well out in the first two periods. "We didn't come to life until third stated Ingar- and you can't win in this league playing one period a game." Cougars led 2-1 after the first, period and the two clubs exchanged goals in the second Jim Gustafson scored what proved to be the winner at the mark of the final penod as he walked in on Lethbridge netminder Lome Molleken, used winger Irv Bowles as a decoy and then fired the puck low past Molleken's glove hand. Broncos were not finished as Stan Jensen put them into the game with a goal at the 19- minute mark. However, Bron- cos pulled Molleken for an ex- tra attacker and the move backfired as Kim Clackson scored into an empty net with 37 seconds left in the game. ATTENTION Weekend icestill available for curling for clubs, private parties, and organizations even fun games. Contact rink manager at 327-1213 Lethbridge Curling Club Other Victoria marksmen were Peter Morris, Rick Peter and Mel Bndgeman. Darcy Regier and Brian Sutler added single markers for the Broncos. The game was a cleanly- played encounter as only seven minor penalties were whistled down, five to Vic- toria. Cougars also got the nod on the game's only miscon- duct to Don Cairns in the third period "We came up said Ingarfield. But he couldn't un- derstand why. The Broncos had been playing solid hockey in their last two outings. Ingarfield indicated there would be changes made before Brandon Wheat Kings, east division leaders, pay a Sunday visit to the Sportsplex at seven The coach wouldn't say what the changes would be other than the possible return of Dean Samis to the bluelme. Samis has been sidelined by a slight shoulder separation First Period: 1 Lethbndge, Regier (Tidey, Sutler) 1 56, 2 Victoria, Morns (Lucas. Bndgeman) 1015, 3 Victoria Peter (Gustafson, Martin) 18 35 Penalties Bowles V 4 07. Henderson L 7 22, Saar V 12 31 Second Period: 4 Lethbndge, Sutler (Trottier, Tidey) 5 07. 5 Vtc- tona, Bndgeman (Morns. Lucas) 10 31 Penalties Johnson L 2 02, Fraser V 7 31 Third Ptriod: 6 Victoria, Gustafson (Lapointe, Bowles) 15 Lethbndge, Hensen 'Richardson) 19 00. 8 Victoria. Clackson (Bndgeman) 19 23 Penalties WiPiams V. Cairns V (misconduct) 5 44. Mizga V 16 06 Shots on 0oal by Victona 13 7 8 28 Lethbridge 14 14 22 50 Goal Saar. Victoria, Molleken Lethbndge Attendance 3.545 FREE For All DATSUN OWNERS DURING DATSUN SAFETY WEEK October 28 through November 2 at FOREIGN CAR (Leth.) Lid. what wil do PR11 for your SAMTTY. will Impact all th> taHowhig Item for SAFETY on yovr DATSUN and gto a dotallod SAFETY STEERING FRONT SUSPENSION BRAKES REAR SUSPENSION CLUTCH EXHAUST SYSTEM U JOINTS EMISSION CONTROL BATTERY ALL FLUID LEVELS TIRES BODY IN GENERAL LIGHTS COOLING SYSTEM Plus One FREE BONUS per Datsun Owner Your choice of any ono of following FREE GIFTS 1 FREE OIL FILTER 1 FREE AIR CLEANER 1 FREE FAN BELT ELEMENT 2 FREE SEALED BEAMS 2 FREE WIPER BLADES During DATSUN SAFETY WEEK we will be OPIN FROM B A.M. TILL 0 P.M. DAILY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TILL 4 P.M. Ptease PHONE for your APPOINTMENT early 327-2622 FOREIGN CAR (Leth.) LTD. LOOSE PUCKS Alex Tidey, with two goalposts and a like number of misses on an open net had enough chances to win the game himself The three stars, selected by Lome St. Louis Blues' scout, were, from first to third, goalie Lloyd Saar of Victoria, Brian Sutler of the Broncos and Cougars'Rick Lapointe Garth Morgan of the Broncos had the cobwebs cleared by a stiff elbow on the right arm of Lapointe Kim Clackson, who just finished a four-game suspension for the Cougars, leaves a great deal to be desired His antics have cost him to sit out a number of games and you can expect more in the future He plays the game much as you would expect Atilla the Hun to John Lutz came up with his best game of the year and almost tied midway through the third penod but was thwarted in his bid by two Victoria defenceman after he had beaten the two clearly... Chiefs triumph KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) Kamloops Chiefs snapped a 1- 1 first-period tie with six un- answered goals to rout Regina Pats 7-1 Friday in Western Canada Hockey League ac- tion. Chiefs took a commanding 4-1 lead after the second period and were never threatened in the third. Ron Flockhart led Kamloops with three goals, the final one shorthanded with a minute left in the game. Terry McDonald, Neil Lyseng, Daryl Ferner and Allan Young scored the other Kamloops goals. Dave Faulkner scored the only goal for the Pats with 44 seconds left in the first period. By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer The Catholic Central Cougars picked up a few breaks here and there, and made a few of their own as they dumped the Winston Churchill Bulldogs 10-1 at Henderson Park Friday night to finish the Southern Alberta High School Football League season undefeated. It was a frustrating evening for the Bulldogs, who clobbered the Cougars on the stat sheet, but faced a Catholic Central defence which consistently came up with the big play. The Cougar defence recovered two fumbles, intercepted a pass, and twice held the Bulldongs on critical third down situations. The first half statistics told the story of the game as clear- ly as anything. The Bulldogs rambled for 220 yards total offence while holding Catholic Central to 65, yet wound up on the short end of a 4-1 score when the gun sounded. The score remained the same until Steved Devcic plunged over from the five- yard line for a Cougar touchdown early in the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs got a preview of the entire evening on their first series when, following the.opening kickoff, they marched quickly to the Cougar 22-yard line. However, the Cougars held, Greg Martin to a yard, and usually steady Barry Schmidt dropped a Derek Redman pass in the end zone, forcing Churchill into a field goal attempt, which went wide The next time they got the ball, Redman connected with Schmidt on a bomb, at the Cougar 15 But Schmidt dropped the ball when tackled, and was held down while another Cougar raced in to pick up the ball on his own three. Catholic Central was penalized on the play, but they had the ball, and another Bulldog threat was nullified. The Cougars got a running attack going, and managed to drive to the Churchill 34-yard line From there, Alan Boras opened the scoring by booting the ball through the end zone for a single point. Another Redman bomb ear- ly in the second quarter put the Bulldogs first and ten at the Cougar 11-yard line, but Steve Devcic broke through the line to throw Redman for a seven-yard loss, and the Bulldogs had to settle for a single point on another missed field goal attempt. The Cougars took a 4-1 lead when George Seiller split the uprights on a field goal attempt which was set up when George Konrad recovered a fumble for Catholic Central at the Winston Churchill 15. In the second half, Churchill went to its hurry-up shotgun offense, but still were unable to sustain a scoring drive. Following a scoreless third quarter, the Bulldogs were forced into a punting situation deep in own end. A short punt and a Bulldog penalty for rough play combined to give the Cougars the ball at the Churchill nine-yard line. Two plays later Devcic gave Catholic Central a 10-1 lead. Seiller's convert attempt was partially blocked and went wide. LADIES, IS HE BALD? MIRACLE MEMBRANE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SECONDS Noising a man s sell 0r than his of hair il Hhe man in your lite bald and roncerned about Shis 10 rtiscovtn the teal ito baldness a from SIT Esrcfl 10 In rmp tv-njT Help him lo discover wtisl ha IT r ?n t JT turn Write or phone lor details now1 Ph. 423-2437 SIR ESCORT 101 LTD ftiic T The Bulldogs had cause for jubilation only once all night, that being in the last minute of play when Redman hit Chris Alexandropoulous on a 66-yard pass and run play which went to the Catholic Central seven- yard line. But the game pattern was not to change as a cbpping penalty moved Churchill back to the 22, 'and on the game's final pjay, Barry Niedermier broke through the Bulldog line, to throw Redman for a five-' yard loss. The Cougars, who clinched the West Division title last weekend, wrapped up their undefeated season with a Flyers, Seals battle it out THE CANADIAN PRESS Philadelphia Flyers were at their rowdy best Friday night, combining with California Golden Seals for a National Hockey League record game total of-232 minutes in penalties. The Flyers' rough antics didn't help them much on the Scoreboard, however, and the Seals upset the defending Stanley Cup champions 4-1. In other NHL games, Van- couver Canucks beat Kansas City Scouts 5-3 and Minnesota North Stars tied 2-2 with At-' lanta Flames. The main rhubarb at California started with a fight between Flyer forward Crest Kindrachuk and Seals' defenceman Mike Christie midway in the third period when the Seals were leading 4- 0 The fight led to a bench- clearing brawl and referee Brian Lewis ended up throw- ing eight players out of the Don Saleski, Bob Kelly, Andre Du- pont and Dave Shultz of the Flyers and Christie, Len Frig and Jim Neilson of the Seals TOPPLED 1953 MARK The previous record total penalty minutes by bojth teams in one game was 204 set by Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs in a game at Toronto, Dec. The Flyers also set a record for most penalty minutes by one team in one period of play with 117 minutes in the third penod, surpassing Montreal's total of 96 in that 1953 game at Toronto After a scoreless first penod, the Seals opened the scoring with Stan Weir's deflection while the Flyers were two men short. It was Weir's seventh goal in nine games. Larry Patey and Stan Gilbertson pushed the score to 3-0 by the end of the second penod and Joey Johnston add- ed the fourth goal early in the third. MINNESOTA 2 ATLANTA 2 First 1 Minnesota, Goldsworthy 4 (Hextall, Panse) 8 47, 2 Atlanta, Manery 2 (Lysiak. Graves) 1227, 3 Atlanta, Murray 1 (Leiter Vail) 1524 Penalty Hextall Mm 1841 Second Period: 4 Minnesota, Stanfield 1 (Boucha 1853 Penalties Hicks Min 656, OBnen Min Talafous A 8 14, Reid Mm 14 19 Third Period: No scoring Penalties None on goal by Minnesota 11 5 9 25 Atlanta 9 5 11 Attendance 13.411 VANCOUVER 5 K.C. 3 Ftrct period: Not available Second Period: 4 Vancouver, Gould 4 (Bordeleau, Oddleifson) 4 29, 6 Vancouver, Monahan 3 (O'Raherty, Meehan) 1041, 6 Kan- sas City, Nolet 4 (Crashley. Burns) 13 22 Penalties Hudson KG 10 28, Rochefort V 11 01, Dailey V 12-46 Third Period: 7 Vancouver, Bordeleau 4 (Gould) 1 26, 8 Van- couver. Oddleifson 2 1941 Penalty Oddleifson V 1 39 Shots on goal by Kansas City 9 6 9 24 Vancouver 16 20 8 44 Attendance 15570 CALIFORNIA 4, PHILA. 1 First Period: No Scoring Penalties Leach 0 22; Schultz minor, major, Christie major 329, Barber 1322, Simmons 17 10 Second Period: 1 California, Weir 7 (Johnston, 6 54, 2 California, Patey (4 Christie) 7 50, 3 California, Gilbertson 1 (Weir. Johnston) 15 55 Penalties Dupont 318 5 43, Schultz 543, Neilson Cal 940, Schultz, J Stewart majors Frig 13 19. Bladon 15 20, Dupont 17-25; Domhoefer 1925, Van Impe 1952 Third Ptriod: 4 California, Johnston 3 (Huston. Patrick) 3 08. 5 Philadelphia, MacLeish 2 (Bladon. Clark) 1841. Penalties Bladon 448, Kindrachuk, Saleski, Dupont, Frig Christie majors, misconducts game misconducts, Kelly double minor, game misconduct, Schultz. Nielsen misconducts, game miscon- ducts, Taylor, Simmons Lonsberry 9 40, Van Impe 14 35 Shots on goal by Philadelphia 8 7 13 California 9 9 MAC-O-LAC FEED SALESMAN REQUIRED Salary per year Depending on experience and qualifications, ex- cellent fringe benefits, training program, all en- quiries confidential, send resume to: BOX 109 The Herald STAMPEDE WRESTLING Exhibition Pavilion Mon.. Oct. 28 p.m. Tte Mcktr Mr. Wto Mr Twte is Sriftm ft Ysfi TbmlM vs MarM vs Iwj tariraz it KJHnU Hmt n Vftdri Watch Stampede Wrestling on CJOC-TV LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS PLAYER OF THE WEEK OCT. 13-19 BRIAN SUTTER This woGiVs p8ayw ot ifte 3s Brian Sutler, the 16S