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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta fill! Vflll The 8 to 30 day excuralon fares are back. UIU lUU U8e the above fare and save For lnformatlon and Bookings ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL m mmMA VILLAGE MALL The Lethbtidge Herald Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October 30, 1974 Pages 23 34 Ofllci FnHin III i (4M) 32S-7411 FILING CABINETS Worm Johnson hurls stick at referee Oleschuk gives Broncos nothing LCC RODEO CLUB EXECUTIVE CINDY YOUNG, BOB MENZIE AND DARLENE TERRY LCC rodeo club has come a long way By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer As they say in the ads, they've come a long way baby. No. not women's lib, the LCC rodeo club Back in 1970. 20 to 30 people huddled together in the seat Whoop-Up in the Lethbridge Ex- hibition grounds on a cold, windy April day and watched the first intercollegiate rodeo in Lethbridge In March of 1974 over people jammed the Ex- hibition Pavilion for the Lethbridge Community College's indoor rodeo Yes. sir, they've come a long way. The LCC Rodeo dub. which boasts nearly W College rodeo is a growing sport and provides a perfect stepping stone Tor the, advancement of rodeo in general and gives the student, with an interest in rodeo, an opportunity to compete .in this sport and attain bis schooling at the same time With the advent of the high school rodeo association, the growth of the college rodeo association and the con- tinued growth and popularity of the amateur associations, professional rodeo has a natural stepping- stone process lor the advancement of rodeo competitors. Graduates of college rodeos are numerous in amateur and professional ranks Oscar Walters, Tommy .'Sadie Hawkins "week Nbv 18-23. planned in conjunction with the students' council, the rodeo club plans a western fashion show and a number of jackpot rodeos throughpat the year They are also conducting a raffle for eight-' tickets to the Canadian National Finals rodeo in Ed- monton Nov 4-9 "The LCC rodeo club is among the top club's on the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association's circuit, which also includes clubs from the University of Alberta. Vermilion, Fairview. Red Deer, Olds, SAIT. NAIT, Mount Royal. University of Calgary. University of Saska- toon and Cariboo College in Karriloops, B.C. Under the direction of 1974-75 president Bob Menzie, the LCC club also incorporates students from the Univer- sity of Lethbridge in its membership The U of L members belong to the LCC club because they are not large enough to form their own club and therefore join the club closest to them, which is the LCC Membership in the rodeo club is very reasonable It to belong solely to the LCC club and another 12 to join the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Assisting president Menzie this season are vice president Cindy Young. Secretary Darlene Terry, treasurer Karen Jacobson and club adviser Wendy Rasmussen. The rodeo season has already started, with the SAIT rodeo at Nanton being held early hi October. The LCC club placed second overall in the team standings at that rodeo and club member Glen Thompson carted off the all around honors along with the bareback and calf roping laurels College rodeos feature the five major rodeo events, bareback and saddle bronc riding, bull riding and calf roping and steer wrestling. Besides these five events each roden offers two women's events, goat tying and barrel racing and two optional events as well. The op- tional events are chosen from team roping, break away roping and wild cow milking. The LCC-hosted rodeo is scheduled for March 29 and JO. 1975 in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. An added feature of the LCC indoor rodeo in March will be the presentation of a new trophy to the team ac- cumulating the most points at the rodeo. The award is in the form of a memorial trophy to be given hi memory of LCC executive member Jim Bowes, who lost his life in a traffic mishap following the SAIT rodeo at Nanton earlier this year. Among the goals of the LCC club is an exhibition rodeo with the college club at Great Falls. Montana. It is hoped this exhibition rodeo will eventually lead to the Canadian Association affiliating itself with the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association in the United States circuit. THE CANADIAN PRESS Saskatoon Blades' goalie Bill Oleschuk didn't try to hide his feelings after he blanked Lethbridge Broncos 3-0 Western Canada Hockey League play Tuesday night. "I really snowed them Oleschuk said after defeating his former team-mates. Oles- chuk, 19, acquired from Leth- bridge last week, faced 23 shots and said hr only had trouble with two of them. In other games, Edmonton Oil Kings upended Brandon Wheat Kings 6-4 in a wild contest that ended with Brandon coach Norm Johnson hurling a stick at referee Darryl Havrelock, and Regina Pats' downed Victoria Cougars 5-3 on the West Coast Saskatoon, moving into first place in the Eastern Division, two points ahead of Brandon, had little trouble with the Broncos Fred Williams scored two goals and Wes Peters added one before their hometown fans. Lethbridge goalie Lome Molleken stopped 32 shots and his team-mates were called on seven of 12 minor penalties. It was the first shutout in two seasons for Saskatoon. Havrelock, -who was not hit by the flying stick, said after the game he would send a re- port on Johnson's antics to league officials. Johnson, still raging in the dressing room, was upset at the 16 minor pen- alties called on his squad. "I originally thought it was number 19 (Jeff said Havrelock, one of the senior WCHL officials "But everybody tells me it was Johnson. The stick just missed me." Johnson appeared to try and jab at Havrelock more than once with the stick-as players from both teams milled around at centre ice. Havrelock said Johnson in- vited the official to take a poke at him. "I told hinxnot to be so said Havrelock. The game ended with two 'separate brawls on the ice. Edmonton was called for 10 minor penalties, seven of 13 majors and two of three mis- conducts. Mike Will scored twice to pace the Oil Kings and Doug Lecuyer got the winner for Edmonton midway through the final period with a 20-foot shot that beat Brandon goalie Glen Hanlon cleanly Terry Bucyk, Terry McDonald and Paul Mulvey had the other Ed- monton goals. Rick Blight scored twice for the Wheat Kings while Dale Parker and Mike Bradbury added singles Jim Minor scored three goals for the Pats and Dave Faulkner had two, the last into an empty net with 12 seconds left in the game. Peter Morris, Kim Clackson and Don Cairns replied for the Cougars, who remained one point in front of second-place Medicine Hat Tigers in the West Victoria took an early 3-1 lead but the Pats failed to give up, tied the score in the se- cond period and scored twice in the final 20 minutes. Calgary Centennials, winless in 11 outings this season, entertain the Wheat Kings tonight while Regina travels to Kamloops and Lethbridge plays at Flin Flon. Herald' Sports WCHL summaries Exhibition game Sunday at Henderson Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors and Lethbridge Midget Elks, both entries in the Southern Alberta Juvenile -Hockey League, will meet in an exhibition game Sunday at the Henderson Ice Centre at 2 p.m The two Lethbridge teams will play hi the East Division of the league which also includes teams from Taber, Vauxhall and Brooks Admission for Sun- game will be 75t for_ adults..and JSOf -for, students and children REOINA 5 VICTORIA 3 Firat Period: 1 Victoria Clackson (Gustafson) 3 Victoria. Cairns (Fraser. Miazga) 1548, 3 Victoria Morris (Bridgman. Lucas) 1703. 4 Regina Minor (Hammond. Tudor) 1945 Penalties Gloeckner V 2 42. Grauer R 614. Cairns V 1102. Nicholson V 1813 Second Period: 5 Regina. Minor (Faulkner. Tudor) 910 6 Refllna Faulkner (G Joly. Minor) 1905 Penalties Harazny R 0 23. Wirachowsky R. Bridgman V 1 30 G Joly R 5 10. Cairns V 5 49. Clackson V 1640. LaPointe V. Hammond R 18.38 Peter V 1941 Third Period: 7 Regina Minor (Faulkner Tudor) 626. 8 Regina. Faulkner (minor) 19 48 Shots on goal by Regina 12 17 13-42 Victoria 21 10 SASKATOON 3 LETHBRIDO.E 0 First period 1 Saskatoon Williams (Federko Ashlon) 9 57. 2 Saskatoon Peters (R Chapman Hoffmeyer) 1814 Penalties S 1 42. Hoffmeyer S 6 16 Giltespie L 709. Regier L 1040 Johnson L 1337 Peters S 1606 Saamis L 19-03 _ Second period 3 Saskatoon WiHiams (Hoffmeyer. Federko) 3 36 Penalty Slitter L 8.26 Third period No scoring Penalties GHtespte L 3-03. Woods -L Arndt S 11-52. Williams, S 1916 Shots on 0Mibr Lethbridge 6 9 8-23 Saskatoon 15 11 Goal Molleken Lethbridge Oleschuk Saskatoon Attendance 1 522 EDMONTON 6 BRANDON 4 First period-1 Edmonton Bucyk 707 Penalties Stevens B 045 Blight B Lecuyer E majors 741 Parker S 8 35 Phillips E 11 28 Mulvey E Melnyk B majors 14 31 Second period 2 Edmonton. McDonald (Phillips D 11 3 Brandon Parker (McMullm) 5 41. 4 Mulvey (Phillips Sadler) 646 5 Brandon Blight (McMullm Piche) 14 45 6 Brandon Bradbury (Bonar McMullm) 1713 Penalties Mulvey E, Naka B 2 51 Melnyk B. G Soetaert E misconducts 4.27 Stevens B 632 Bradbury B 11 03 Risslmg E minor misconduct 1158 Phillips E Bradbury B 0 E 13 40. Naka B minor. McOone'd E major 14.56. Babych E 16 34 Blight B 17 02 Bucyk E Piche B 19 37. Melnyk B 19 43 Third period 7 Edmonton Will (G -Soetarert Sadler) 3 IS 8 Ed- monton Lecuyer (Peterson) 10 07.9 Brandon Blight (Parker McMullm) 16 41. 10 Edmonton Will (McDonald) 1905 Penalties Perkins E Melnyk B majors 652 Babych E 7 09 Murray B 1039 McLean B Perkins E10 42 HanlonB (served by Bradbury) 13 43. Piche B 1414. Mulvey E Piche B minors ma JOTS 1645. Bradbury B 18 14 Shots on god by Brandon 10 18 Edmonton 12 11 22-45 Goal Hanlon Brandon D Soetaert. Edmonton Attendance 1 053 BOOT SPECTACULAR Thurs. Frl. Till 9. OVER 500 PAIR Sat. 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