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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE 9 Team Canada meets Russians on Tuesday Countdown to showdown is one day QUEBEC (CP) With one day remaining before the opening of the hockey series between Canada and the Soviet Union, the youngest member of Team Canada '74 has butterflies. "It was hard to said Pat Price, 19, who played his way aboard the club during a five-game exhibition tour in Western Canada. "I' will get worse before it gets better." Price is not expected to play in the opening game here Tuesday, but coach Billy Harris said the brilliant defenceman would see action during the series. "I don't mind said Price. "I'm just glad to be here." Price impressed Harris with his mobility, which may be lacking among Team .Canada's eight original defencemen. WATCH STAPLETON "I want my defencemen to defend territory, to retreat when the Russians have the said Harris. "I've ask- ed Ihem, when they're sitting on the bench, to watch Pat Stapleton, who was among the leading defencemen in the 1972 series." Stapleton and J.C. Tremblay are expected to be Team Canada's premier defensive pairing throughout the eight-game series which ends Oct. 6 in Moscow. "I expect our forwards to use more bodily contact than Wynn, Sutton co sign up this wt-ek. Games need bi-lingua) help An important merUng srherfjileii lonight at Ihe i.ethbridge Collegiate In- stitule for volunteers interested in serving the Jeux Canada Winter Games on the bilingual commiller. Any bi-lingual person inlorrMf-d is to he- in Jhf Jxrturo ThcaJre TOOTH al Broncos scrimmage Lethbridge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League spent aH weekend working out in preparation for their exhibition season. Coach Earl Ingarfield began trimming the club's roster Sunday. Tigers maul Centennials MEDICINE HAT (CP) Brad Murdock made an im- pressive debut in Medicine Hat Tigers uniform Saturday as he fired four goals, leading his team to a 10-1 win over Calgary Centennials in Western western Canada hockey league exhibition play. The 18 year old player scored once in each of the first two periods before tallying twice in the final frame. Tigers also got two goals from Gary Vaughn with singles Jeff Boychuk. Greg Vaydik. Brad Gassoff and Jim Lomas. Larry Lestander notched the lone Centennial goal in the first period as the Tigers held period leads of 2-1 and 7-1. Medicine Hat was tagged with 20 penalties, including five majors and misconducts to Barry Dean and Tom Bast. Calgary received 15 penalties, five of them majors. Each team used two goalies and Medicine Hat outshot Calgary 42-26. On Sunday. Can' Vaughan scored on a breakaway with five minutes remaining to give the Tigers a 7-7 tie with the Centennials. Greg Vaydik led the Tigers with three goals while the others were by Don Murdock. Elmer Ray and Cliff Lane. Rookie Derek Spring paced Calgary with three goals while Rick Shinske added a pair, one on a penalty shot. Don Ashby and rookie Darcy Galvon added singles. Medicine Hat took 10 of 19 penalties. FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD PTICAl. PRESCRIPTION CO. OCI i JOIN THE AIR CADETS No. 11 Squadron will commence the New Training Year on TUESDAY. SEPT. 10 at p.m. Pick-up will be at the usual points as last season. We welcome new interested boys who have reached their 13th birthday by September 1. 1974. For new boys, parents may bring their boys on their first night and see our training program and facilities and enquire about courses and career opportunities available. Parents are welcome at any of our parades. PARADE LOCATION 20th Independent Field Armories Kenyon Field Every Tuesday Evening al p.m. Transportation is provided and there are no enrollment costs. THE LOCAL INITIATIVES PROGRAM Again ihis year LIP. will provide funds to finance ideas by Canadians Jo jobs outing seasonal employment slowdowns in their communities- Applications are available now at your Canada Manpower Centre. 419-7th Street South Phone 327-8535 Lethbridge LAST DATE ON WHICH APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED IS OCTOBER! ,1974 Canada Manpower Centre Centre de Main-d'oeuvre du Canada er and Immigration Mam-d'cetwe 9i Immigration Anflras MinsT'e ;