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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October THE LETHBMDQi HERALD 9 Black Hawks go on weekend splurge, ffi. MEDICINE HAT GOALIE DIDN'T SEE SCREENED BLUELINE SHOT Native Sons take 6-1 decision in impressive CAJHL debut By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Some stingy goaltending had them shaking their heads in the first period, but the Lethbridge Native Sons found the range in the final two frames as they dumped the Redcliff Cubs 6-1 Sunday afternoon at Henderson Ice Centre. There were 279 Lethbridge hockey fans in attendance to watch the Native Sons open their Central Alberta Junior Hockey League season on a winning note. After a scoreless first period in which Redcliff goalie Brent Sauer time and again frustrated the local shooters, the Sons got goals from Ron Simmons, Albert Dumont, and Joe Meli to take a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes. Meli, who was selected the first star of the game, scored his second goal in the third period, and Dwayne Howell and Gino Guzzi also flashed the light for the Native Sons. Sauer was tested 48 times by the hard skating Native Sons club, and came up with an outstanding performance in a losing cause He particularly effec- tive in the first period, when he turned aside 21 shots, many of them from point blank range. The Native Sons opened the scoring with Ron Simmons' short handed goal at the mark of the second period. Defenceman Ken Klinkhammer had cleared the puck off the boards to center ice, and Mark Scheibner beat the Redcliff pointmen to the puck to start of f a two on one break. Witavii HM 01 Scheibner then drew the lone defender to him, and slid the puck to Simmons who slipped it underneath Sauer's pads into the net. Less than two minutes later, Meli picked up the puck at center ice, and sent little Albert Dumont into the clear with a perfect backhand pass. Dumont made no mistake, drawing Sauer out, and tuck- ing the puck into the left cor- ner. The Cubs cut the gap to 2-1 when Terry Bartman slapped a rebound past Lethbridge goalie Gary Clark from close range, but Meli's unassisted goal late in the period built the margin to two goals again. The Native Sons started out a little shaky in' the third period, but Clark made a miraculous save on Redcliff's Kevin Dalmas, and from there it was all Lethbridge. Howie Yanosik's club hemmed the Cubs in their own end throughout much of the final frame, and could have really run up the score had it not been for Sauer's play between the Redcliff pipes. Dwayne Howell took a Den- nis Halt pass at center, and Weekend scorers ibauer APPROVED HOCKEY By THE CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Atlanta 1 at NY Rangers 4 New York "Rangers-Sand- erson, Rousseau, Tkaczuk, Polls; Montreal 2 at Buffalo S Gare, Ramsay; Savard. Toronto 4 at Washington 3 Toronto-Ferguson 2, Ham- marstrom, Sittler; Washing-. Smith, Krys- kow. Kansas City 2 at Boston 8 2, Bucyk 2, Cashman, Marcotte, Smith, Schmautz; Kansas Paiement, Nolet. St. Louis 3 at Chicago 10 3, Hull 2, Redmond, Boldirev, Rota, Pappin, Mulvey; St. Uneer, Richardson, Merrick. SATURDAY NY Rangers 5 at Pittsburgh 4 NY Rangers-Vickers 2, Sanderson, Tkaczuk, Irvine; 2, Kelly, Apps. Miuesota at NY Islanders 4 NY IslaBden-Gillies, Mac- Millan, Harris, Stewart. Buffalo 2 at St. IxNns 2. Chicago 9 at Toronto 3 Chicago-Hull 2, Mikita 2, Redmond, Gagnon, Pappin, Martin, Bordeleau; Toron- to Sittler, Ferguson, Ecclestone.- Detroit 2 at Montreal 4 Lam- bert, Lafleur, Wilson; De-. Grant. California 1 at Los Angeles 5 Los Angeles Nevin 2, Berry, Widing, Carr; Califor- nia-Wier. Philadelphia 3 at Vancouver 2 2, J. Watson; Gould. Watson wins tournament PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) Roger Watson of Caiy, N.C., rolled hi an 85-foot birdie putt on the last hole of regulation play Sunday and then paired the first hole of sudden death to beat veteran Sam Snead in the PGA club pro golf cham- pionship. went around the Redcliff defence as if it wasn't there to beat Sauer and give the Native Sons a 4-1 lead at the mark. Minutes later, the locals got their second short handed goal of the game when Randy Lowe sent Joe Meli in alone. Meli fired the puck over Sauer's left shoulder to make it 5-1. Gino Guzzi wrapped up the Lethbridge scoring with only three seconds remaining after being put in the clear by another Lowe pass. Sauer was selected by Joe Green, chairman of the Winter Games Hockey Com- mittee, as the third star of the game for his work in the nets. Second star was Native Sons' Reg Osmond, who picked up only one assist, but was a constant thorn in the side of the Cubs The Native Sons were tagg- ed with 10 of the 18 penalties handed out during the game, all of them the exception of a match penalty for spearing to Sons' Greg Kveder. Sunday's win was the se- cond of the weekend for the Native Sons, who shutout the Taber Palace Pats 54 in an exhibition contest at Henderson Saturday night. The Sons got'goals from Albert Dumont, Dwayne Howell, and Reg Osmond as they built up a 3-0 first period lead. Mark Scheibner and Ron "Simmons added goals in the final two periods. THE CANADIAN PRESS though Chicago Black Hawks scored 19 goals in two National Hockey League games during the weekend, coach Billy Reay was still a bit worried. "These explosions worry he said. "I always fear the next game." Chicago hammered St. Louis Blues 10-3 at Chicago Stadium Sunday night after thrashing Toronto Maple Leafs 9-3 at Maple Leaf Gardens Saturday. Their next game is in Montreal against the Canadiens Wednesday night. In other Sunday action, Buf- falo Sabres edged the Cana- diens 3-2, New York Rangers downed Atlanta Flames 4-1, Toronto Washington Capitals 4-3 and Boston Bruins smashed Kansas City Scouts 8-2. Saturday, Montreal defeated Detroit Red Wings 4- 2, Buffalo blanked St. Louis 2- 0, New York Islanders shut out Minnesota North Stars the Rangers beat Pittsburgh Penguins 5-4, Los Angeles Kings clipped California Seals 5-1 and Philadelphia Flyers scored a 3-2 win over Van- couver Canucks. Sophomore Darcy Rota, who scored three times with his final goal coming with four remaining, led the Black Hawks' scoring Sunday. But the Sunday win, the Hawks' fifth straight, was costly as defencenwn Keith Magnussen suffered a broken right wrist and Stan Mikita sprained a shoulder. Magnussen is expected to be out for six weeks while Mikita will miss two or three games. Despite the close score in ANDY CAPP Buffalo, the Sabres were by far the better team in their clash against the Canadiens. Craig Ramsay scored the game-winning goal at of the third period when he out- hustled Jacques Lemaire and poked the puck past Ken Dry- ston I. den while team-mate Jerry Korab was in the penalty box. Greg Fobs, acquired by the Rangers from the Blues this summer, scored the 100th goal of his NHL career in New York's win over the Flames, moving New York into a three-way tie for first with the Islanders and Flyers in Divi- University women win tournament CALGARY (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorn women's basket- ball team took four straight games to win the Cold Springs Invitational Tournament held over' the weekend at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary. Lori Lilja and Kathy Peacock hooped 10 points each while Les Lilja added eight as the Pronghorns whipped Mac's of Calgary 48-28 in the championship game of the eight team double knockout tournament. Earlier, Peacock scored 14 while Lori Lilja counted 10 points as the U of L dumped Mount Royal College 52-35 in their first game. The Pronghorns went on to edge Cold Springs 37-29, and Mac's 52-46 in quarter and semi final contests. Peacock .maintained her shooting touch in both contests, firing 16 points against Cold Springs, and another 11 against Mac's. Sandra Knight helped out six points against Cold Springs while Debbie Yanota led the local attack in the semi final with 13 points. cosrtou A CAY'S t. WWPAW AN EASONABLE Pronghorns lose again, meet Alumni Tuesday MURE SKATES Mcmi HACK FAMTMEH GOAL SKATES A complete Hne of Cooper. Vidoriavme, Kotto Ctiris- We Mie trade-in 4Mi flMMir ailtflAj fPn nVW OTUPP PLUS have SKATCEXCHANQE 1117-2nd TRAIL, B.C. (Special) The Simon Fraser University Clansmen built up a 30 point lead m the first half, and went on to thump the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 94-48 in an exhibition basketball game Saturday night The Prongborns, snooting from outside a stubborn Clansmen defence throughout most of the game, could not find the range. On defence, the locals were forced into fouling the much- taller Simon Fraser players. The Clansmen scored 23 of their 94 points from the foul line. Ross Van Wyngarden tod Simon Fraser scorers with 24 points, 18 of them in the se- cond half as be went to the foul line for 10 points. Rob Stewart ted the Clansmen in the first half with 10 points, and finished the game with 13, second best for the victors. Phil Letbam led the Prongborns with 16 points while Richard Foggo dapped in with eight. The Piuitfiurm win be in action again Taesday night at the University gymnasium, when they meet the U of L Ahmad, a team made up of players who bare played for OK Prongborns in the past Expected to suit f or UK Ahmad are such tanner stars as Tim Tollestrnp, Bill Magierowski, Larry Baker, Brian Saunders, and Doug Kempt. Game time for the exhibi- tion contest is 8 p.m. 9 NO, SIR NOT ME This may have been your reaction to the suggestion that you enter the Life Insurance field. But perhaps you did not have all the facts. We do not suggest that a Life Insurance career is for you. We do' however, offer you an opportunity to determine whether or not you should choose such a career. You may do so with- out any disturbance from your present occupation. We will assist you to evaluate objectively your chances of success in a field where many men are suc- ceeding very well financially and otherwise. If you are genuinely interested in a real career, reply to Box 108, Herald stating age, address, present in- come, marital status and telephone number. All correspondence is strictly confidential MUFFLER CENTRES LTD. Ten Minute Servke Free Installations Guaranteed As long As You Own The Car Dual Exhaust Monroe Shocks Walker Exhausts WE KEEP YOUR SPACEQUIET lETHMIOGf 371-13th ST N 1329-4666 ALL CANADIAW The lowly Indianapolis Racers gave Toronto Toros some breathing space Sunday night in their fight for top spot in the World Hockey Association's Canadian Division. With second-place Quebec Nordiques playing the wmless Racers, the Toros' hold on the division lead seemed to be in jeopardy when a breakdown in the icemaking equipment at Cleveland's new arena forced postponement of their game there. But the Racers handed the Nordiques a 5-3 loss, their first of the season, leaving the still unbeaten Toronto team with a two-point edge over Quebec. Winnipeg Jets defeated Michigan Stags 5-2 and Minnesota Fighting Saints edged Chicago Cougars 6-5 in Sunday'f other games. In Saturday's games, New England Whalers whipped In- dianapolis 6-1, Quebec defeated Phoenix Roadrunners 4-1 and Houston Aeros edged Minnesota Fighting Saints 3-2. >ring your own Borzoi Borzoi-when your second passion isNfodka JIM TOTH ;