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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday. Oclotxr 28. 1974 RID Vflll The s to 30 day excursion fares are back. Illll TUU use the above fare and save KNOW For information and Bookings ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32M144 -The Herald Sports BRONCOS TROTTIER, FAR LEFT, AND SUITER, FAR RIGHT, COMBINE ON A BEAUTIFUL MARKER Broncos led all the way in bouncing Brandon 6-2 It wasn't a Trot (tier )V it was a gallop By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Post time was seven o'clock Sunday evening and the Lethbridge Broncos left the gate shortly there after and never looked back. WCHL summaries NEW WEST. 5, KAMLOOPS 3 First Period: 1. New Westminster, Secord (Maxwell, Lotthouse) 2. New Westminster, Lofthouse (Secord, Schmyr) Penalties Robinson K MacLoney K. Beck NW (majors) Sanderson NW Robinson K Flockhart K Gassoff Second Period: 3. Kamloops, Zinger (Flockhart) 4. New West- minster. Clippingdale (Phillipoff, Beck) 5. Kamloops, Moores (Flockhart, Zinger) 6. New West- minster, Lofthouse (Shmyr, Secord) Penalties Fleck NW( major) Mcneice Kerr K Zinger K (double major) Maxwell NW Pachal NW (ma- jor) Gassoff K Third Period: 7. New Westminster, Shmyr (Secord, Sleep) 8. Kamloops, Moores (Zinger, McDonald) Penalties Phillipoff NW (minor, major, miscon- duct) Gassoff K (major, mis- conduct) Lyseng K (game mis- conduct) en goal by Kamloops 8 12 9 29 New West. 7 8 7 22 Attendance MEDICINE HAT S EDMONTON 4 First Period 1. Medicine Hat, Carroll (Lukowich) Penalties G. Soetaert E Peterson E Sanche MH Carrol! MH Second Period 2. Medicine Hat. Vaughan 3. Edmonton. Sadler (McDonald. G. Soetaert) 4. Medicine Hat Bast (Murdoch) 5. Edmonton, Perkins (Bucyk. Maze) 1622; 6. Edmonton. Rissling (Murvey, Will) Penalties Sanche MH. Perkins E (majors) Carroll MH Swales E (double minor) Sanche MH Carroll MH Third Period 7. Edmonton. Will (Rissling) Medicine Hat Mur- doch Maxwell) 9. Medicine Hat Bast (Boycnuk, Mur- doch) Penalties Lecuyer E 559. Sadler E. Ray MH Maxwell MH Bucyk E on goal by Medicine Hat 13 10 Edmonton 9 12 Attendance VICTORIA 4, REGINA 3 First Period: 1: Victoria, Bowles (Peter, Gustafson) 2, Victoria, Morris (Bridgman, Lucas) Penalties G. Joly R Gustafson V Second Period: 3. Regina, Tudor (Hammond) Regina, Faulkner (Harazny, Hammond) Penalties Gloeckner V Bridgman R G. Joly R G. Joly R Cairns V Third Period: 5. Regina, Faulkner (Minor, Harazny) 6. Victoria; Miazga (Cairns. Floeckner) 7.- Victoria, Gustafson (Bridgman, Morris) Penalty Burdon R oh goal by Regina 12.13 15-40 14 15 10 39 Attendance SASKATOON 10 CALGARY 4 First Period 1. Saskatoon. George (R. Chapman, Milford) 2. Saskatoon, Federko (Hawryliw, Williams) 3. Saskatoon. D. Chapman (Hoffmeyer, Asnton) 4. Saskatoon. Klassen (B. Chapman) Penalties McLean C Jeske C AgarC Second Period 5. Saskatoon. Leggott (Klassen. Hawryliw) 6. Saskatoon, Leggott (Federko. George) 7. Calgary, Hodgson (Shinske. Bandura) 8. Calgary, Rynn (Murray, Lalonde) 9. Saskatoon. Arndt (Federko) 10. Calgary, Neeld (Hodgson) Penalties McLean C Shinske C, Arndt S Neeld C Third Period .11. Calgary. Neeld (Shinske, Bandura) 12. Saskatoon. Hawryliw (R. Chapman. Leggott) 13. Saskatoon. Hoffmeyer (Milford. Peters) 14. Saskatoon. Klassen (Arndt Leggott) Penalties Bandura C Federko S 1127. Lalonde C Bandura C. George S 1628. on goal by Calgary 4 14 5-23 Saskatoon 16 15 Attendance 1.597. Sparked by the five-point performance of captain Bryan Trottier the Broncos ran roughshod over the Brandon Wheat Kings to the tune of 6-2 before delighted local supporters. An elated coach Earl Ingarfield summed up his club's performance with "the boys skated well, hit bard and moved the puck around sharply." "Just say it was a solid team said Ingarfield. While it was just that, it was Trottier who set the pace as he opened and closed the scoring. He also added a third' goal in the second period and set up two more as he figured in on five of the six goals. Greg Woods, Brian Sutter and Darcy Regier added solo markers for the Broncos. Regier feels his screen shot from the blueline hit Sutter on its way to the net but the goal was credited to Regier. Stick Blight, who posses a blistering slapshot, scored both Brandon goals as he found himself in all alone on Bronco netminder Lome Molleken on two occasions. 3 Trottier got the Broncos started at the mark of first period as he took a pass from linemate Sutter and on the second rebound banged it home behind a helpless Elaine Peterson in the Brandon net. Woods goal came just five minutes later as he caught Peterson, napping and fired the puck through his legs. Broncos' Ron Delqrme was serving an interference penal- ty when Woods scored. Sutter got what turned out to be the winner midway through the first period on a power-play effort. Sutter took a pass from Trottier, hit the goal post and then converted a second chance when he scored on a pass from John Lutz.. Blight's first goal came with the Broncos short- handed. Trottier scored the lone goal of the second period with a wrist shot that fooled Peterson. Trailing 4-1 Blight narrowed the gap to two goals as he again got in alone to fire the puck past Molleken. Broncos put the game away with two goals in a span of 36 seconds. First Regier fired his. shot from the point and then Trottier and Sutter again combined for a .Trottier goal. Sutter took a pass from Trottier just outside the Brandon blueline and then drew the Wheat King defence to him before sliding a perfect pass to Trottier at the corner of the net. Molleken finished the night with 30 saves, one less than Peterson. Referee Joe Cassidy whistled down 25 penalties in the game. Broncos got the nod on 10 minors while each club served three majors. Broncos hit the road for three mid-week games. They play in Saskatoon Tuesday evening and then travel to Flin Flon for games Wednesday and Thursday. The locals are, at home to Edmonton Oil Kings next Sunday at seven. A10-4 victory over the Calgary Centennials in Saska- toon Sunday gave the Blades 14 points in the Western Canada Hockey League's eastern division to tie with Brandon Wheat Kings for first place. In the western division, Victoria Cougars maintained their top standing with a 4-3 victory over Regina Pats in Victoria Sunday, giving them an 18-point total. In other games Sunday Bruins defeated Kamloops. Chiefs 5-3 in New Westminster, and Medicine Hat Tigers won a 5-4 decision over the hometown Edmonton Oil Kings. Hometown New Westminster Bruins were defeated 4- 1 by the Regina Pats Saturday while in Medicine Hat the Tigers were able to shutout Brandon 6-0. Following the weekend games, Regina holds second" place in the eastern division with 10 points, trailed by Lethbridge with nine. Winnipeg and Flin Flon each have six. In the western division, Medicine Hat Vic- toria by one point and New Westminster held third place with a win and a loss holding them at 14 points. Edmonton had nine points, Kamloops six and Calgary three. LOOSE PUCKS the three stars of Sunday's game, were in order, Bryan Trottier, John Lutz and Greg Woods A jovial Bronco dressing room was giving Lutz a bad time about his finally getting a kiss... The young gal who gives out the three star trophies gives each player a kiss. Brandon's Dan Bonar had a clear breakaway on net in the first period but dropped his stick... It's just too bad more stars couldn't have been chosen as Brian Sutter and Ron Delorme both played solid, two-way games... It was coach Earl Ingajfield's birthday last Friday but the fellows waited until Sunday to give him his present, a decisive victory. BRONCOS 6 BRANDON 2 Pint Period: 1. Lethbridge, Trottier (Tidey, Sutter) 2. Lethbridge, Woods (GHIespie. Lutaj 3. Lethbridge. Sutter (Lutz, Trottier) 10-19; 4. Brandon, Blight (Parker, McMullin) Penalties Parker B Anderson B Delorme L Piche B Regier L MelnykB Sutter L Second Period: 5. Lethbridge, Trottier (Richardson, Regier) Penalties Gillespie Sutter L, Bradbury B (majors) Lethbridge Bench (served by Eastcott) Naka B Henderson L. Stoughton B Morgan L Naka B Third Period: 6. Brandon, Blight (Stevens. McMullin) 7. Lethbridge, Regier (Trottier, Sutter) 8. Lethbridge. Trottier (Sutter, Tidey) Penalties HendersonL (minor, Melnyk B (major) Morgan L (minor, Bradbury B (minor, major) Trot- tier L. Piche B Jobson L Shoto on goal by Brandon 14 6-32 Lethbridge 17 9 11-37 Goal _ Peterson. Brandon. Molieken. Lethbridge. Attendance 3.829. Blue Bombers eliminated in setback LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lever Level Twi Street LettfcrttM. W-7411 S.C.N. TYPEWRITERS Golden Suns split two over weekend TABER (Special) The Taber Golden Suns just miss- ed a weekend sweep in Alberta-Junior Hockey League action when they dropped a 4-3 decision to the Drurnheller Falcons on Sun- day. the Golden Suns had edged the Red Deer Rustlers 64 Saturday night, and were look- ing for their fourth straight victory against the Falcons, but a goal by Merlin Malinosta midway, through the third, period gave the visitors their winning margin. The Falcons, who led 2-1 after 'the first period and shared a 3-3 tie after the second, were outshot 54-34 but received brilliant netminding from Dan Shearer. Ryan Wecker paced Drumheller offensively with two goals, while Dan Laslo scored once. Don Reimer, Tom Schreiber and Dean Solhiem tallied for the Suns, who served nine, of 19 penalties, all minors. On Saturday, a pair of goals by Don Renner sparked Taber to their 6-4 triumph. Bob Miller, Darcy Virostek, Mike Panteluk and Brad Cox scored the other goals for the Suns. Red Deer goals were scored by Barry Lassiter, with two, Gordon Gustaf son and George Wright. Taber had a 36-34 edge'in shots and was charged with seven of 13 minor penalties. the Calgary Canucks, led by Jerry Bancks' two goal per- formance; downed Spruce Grove Mets 7-4 in an AJHL game Saturday night. On Sunday, Tony Currie scored two goals to pace the Mets to a 5-4 victory over the Canucks. In Blairmore, seven players shared the scoring Sunday night as Red Deer Rustlers flattened The Pass Red Devils 7-4. George Wright, Kent Kricke, Kirby Balfour, Rodney Pimm, Neil Hart, -David Krook and Barry Lassiter counted for the 'Rustlers, who dominated play "almost all the way-. Doug Koentges, Wayne Turner, George Buat and Rick Dursten replied for The Pass. The Rustlers served 10 of 16 penalties, all minors, and but- shot the losers 40-34. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Brandon Saskatoon Lethbridge Flin Flon- Western Victoria Medicine New West Edmonton Kamloops Calgary ALBERTA Calgary Red Spruce Drumheller Taber The NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Islanders Rangers Philadelphia Atlanta W ..5- -.5 ..5 .4 t f 1 30 1 32 1 29 2 32 DMetona Chicago........6 3 0 42 Vancouver......4 3 2 26 StLouis .......2 5 4 Kansas City.....0 2 23 2 15 1 17 A 15 11 24 11 50 J2 26 10 39 6 21 6 39 1 17 13 31 10 26 9 25 5 37 3 31 11 27 9 33 9 42 7 W L TP A P1B N. England.....3 1 0 IS 12 Cleveland -.1 2 1 10 14 3 Chicago........1 2 0 8 10 2 Indianapolis ....1 5 0 12 23 2 LA.............5 Detroit.........S Montreal.......3 Pittsburgh......2 Wash...........1 Buffalo.........5 Boston.........3 Toronto........3 California.......2 WORLD HOCKEY 3 32 0 27 3" 30 1 24 1 17 1 31 3 33 3 34 326 STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MON., OCT. 28 P.M. Big John Qulnn Tor Kamata Abdullah Tho Mr. HHo KsJIy Twins vs Sullivan 4V Yagi By THE CANADIAN PRESS Playoff positions in the Western Football Conference were settled during the weekend and the top three clubs finished in the same order as last year. Edmonton Eskimos whack- ed British Columbia Lions 31-8 at Edmonton Saturday to clinch first place with 19 points and Saskatchewan Roaghriders trounced Montreal Alouettes 17-2 to wrap up second place at Regina Sunday with 18 points. The Saskatchewan victory left the Riders four points up on Winnipeg leaving the Bombers a chance for third place but the Stampeders settled that problem a few hours later in Calgary by eliminating the Blue Bombers .44-11. B.C. has one game left and could tie Saskatchewan in points, but the Riders are safe in second spot because they defeated the Uons in head-to- head competition. The Roughriders have concluded their regular season schedule. B.C. won the season series with Winnipeg and has the same advantage over the Bombers, who could tie the Uons in points if they upend Calgary next weekend and Ed- monton defeats the Uons. B.C. will visit Regina Nov. 10 for the sudden-death WFC semi-final. The winner will visit Edmonton for the final the following weekend. Meanwhile Toronto linebacker Sam Cvijanovich picked off a pass by Hamilton quarterback Don Jonas on Sunday afternoon and pushed the to the brink of playoff elimination. Cvijanovich, who coached a high school football team in California last fall, stopped a Hamilton drive with his inter- ception and set up the touch- down that clinched a 19-11 win by the Argonauts in their Eastern Football Conference game. The win moved the Argos into the third and final EFC playoff spot, one point in front of Hamilton. The Tiger-Cats must beat Toronto in their final league game at Hamilton next Sunday. Toronto had a slim 12-11 lead in the fourth quarter when Jonas led the Tiger-Cats on a methodical march that put the ball on the Toronto 28, in field goal range for Hamilton tockerlan Sunter. It was at that point that Cvi- janovich grabbed a Jonas pass apparently intended for ei- ther Bob Richardson or Car- ney Henley. CALGARY 44 WINNIPEG. 11 Cat Rrsldowns 2J 19. rushing 148 204 Yards oassrng 218 236 Net offence 348 425 Passes made-Wed 17-33 12-23 Ri 0 1 9-39 9-39 2-2 04 8-32 SASKATCHEWAN 17 MONTREAL 2 San Diego. Phoenix Minnesota. Houston... Michigan .1 4 0 15 13 1 20 16 0 14 24 0 21 26 0'12 19 Toronto........5 0 0 27 9 10 Quebec........4 1 024 11 8 Winnipeg.......3 1 0 16 7 6 Vancouver......2 3 0 10 16 4 Edmonton......0 1 0 0 4 0 HOCKEY SCOfttS NY 4 Atlanta 1 Buffalo 3 Montreal 2 Toronto 4 Washington 3 Chicago 10 St Louis 3 World Indianapolis 5 Quebec 3 Minnesota 6 Chicago 5 Winnipeg 5 Michigan 2 Western International Cranbrooke 3 Portland 3 Spokane 4 frail 3 Western Canada Junior Lethbridge 6 Brandon 2 i Saskatoon 10.Calgary4 r, Victoria 4 Regina 3 New Westminster 5 Kamloops 3 Alberta Junior Spruce Grove 5 Calgary 4 Red Deer 7 The Pass 4 Drumheller 4 Taber 3 SATURDAY National NY Rangers 3 Chicago 9 Toronto 3 Montreal 4 Detroit 2 Philadelphia 3 Vancouver 2 NY Islanders 4 Minnesota 0 Los Angeles 5 California 1 Buffalo 2 St Louis 0 World New England 6 Indianapolis 1 Quebec 4 Phoenix 1 Houston 3 Minnesota 2 Western International Nelson 5 Trail 2 Kimberiey 6 Spokane 4 Western Canada Regina 4 New Westminster 1 Medicine Hat 6 Brandon 0 Alberta Junior Calgary 7 Spruce Grove 4 Taber 6 Red Deer 4 WEEKEND FOOTBALL SUNDAY CFL Saskatchewan 17.Montreal 2 Calgary 44 Winnipeg 11 Toronto 19 Hamilton 11 NFL Buffalo 16 Chicago 6 Houston 34 Cincinnati 21 Cleveland 23 Denver 21 Detroit 19 Green Bay 17 Miami 17 Baltimore 7 Delias 21 NY Giants 7 LOS Angeles 20 NY Jets 13 New England 17 Minnesota 14 New Orleans 14 Philadelphia 10 St Louis 23 Washington 20 Kansas City 24 San Diego 14. Oakland 35 San Francisco 24 SATURDAY CFt Edmonton 31 British Columbia 8 BASKETBALL SCORES. SUNDAY NBA Portland 120 Seattle 94 lot Angeles 132 Phoenix 116 SATURDAY 105 Chicago 104 New York 97 Boston 86 Washington 101 Milwaukee 95 Golden Slate 105 Detroit 104 Ctevctand 90 New Orleans 88 v WIV V iMHRMVy NOW Oil THE AIR SPOUTS MEWS downs wShtng Yards Passes tnafle-Wied average tosi PertdlUos yards 17 114 ISO 244 15-32 0 8-44 0-0 5-20 13 104 136 215 16-20 6 10-41 1-1 6-49 EVMONTON 31 B.C. B.C. 16 Z3S 257 17-3S Ocnvns Yards rusWng Yards passing ToWfldftonos Passes made-tried yards 11-45 1-1 9-24 21 169 210 379 10-15 2 9-40 1-1 5-48 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIND FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. ELRICH TIRESUD. 402 Is! S 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;