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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-TuMday, LAS VEGAS RUNTIME 4 fays. 3 HilU 1215.00 NT toiMi Mcupucy 5 tilt. 4 ptma tfonkli occiipiicy Uto iviiliMi Includes return air fare Calgary-Las Vegas. Accommodation Mint Hotel, plus many extra attractions. First departure Sept. 12th, 1974. For Information and bookings contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL___________________PHONE 326-6184 The Herald Sports Russians rally from 5-2 deficit Monday It's all even heading for Moscow VANCOUVER (CP) A malfunctioning Scoreboard clock at Pacific Coliseum showed only it didn't tick them away fast enough for Team Canada "74 Monday night. The Soviet Union kept the eight-game hockey series tied with two goals 51 seconds apart in the final four minutes then killed a critical penalty to gain a 5-5 tie. ANDY CAPP The result gave each team a win, a loss and two ties as they head for Moscow for the fifth game Oct. 1. The Canadians held a 5-2 ad- vantage at the end of the first period as Bobby Hull scored three times in five minutes and four seconds to run his series goal production to six. Frank Mahovlich and Gor- die Howe got the other Cana- dian goals. Valeri Vasiliev, Boris Mikhailov, Alexander Yakushev, Alexander Maltsev and Alexander Gusev scored in that order for the Soviets. The Russian comeback fol- lowed consecutive penalties to Johnny McKenzie who had kept his stick, elbows and gloves in the Soviets' faces for nearly every shift. McKenzie, booed by some fans after he took two penalties that could have been costly, said he was frustrated by the officiating. "I'm not saying it cost us the game, but in the last few games we've taken almost three times as many penalties as the Russians and I'm sure we're not that much worse than they are." McKenzie said the club was downcast but that the World Hockey Association players would be ready when the series resumes after exhibi- tion games with the national teams of Sweden and Finland. YOU'RE ONLY ONCE, EH, MISTER CAPP? AN' AFTER THAT XXI CAN ALWAYS SUAME IT ON f Organ responsible for lots of points TORONTO (CP) It's safe to say that most football teams would be in trouble without their kickers, but it's particularly true of Ottawa Rough Riders. Gerry Organ has kicked more than 58 per cent of Ot- tawa's points and he leads the Eastern Footbal Conference in scoring. The whole Ottawa team it's third in the EFC just two points out of second place has scored 174 points and Organ has 102 of them, including a record threaten- ing 29 field goals. Organ needs four more field goals to shatter the Canadian football league mark of 32 set last season by Dave Cutler of Broom ball meeting set The organizational meeting for the Lethbridge and District Broomball Associa- tion will take place Wednes- day at 7 p.m. in Room 1 of the Civic Sports Centre. Election of officers and a discussion concerning rule changes are on the agenda. The teams that competed in the league last year are asked to have at least two members present at the meeting. Any individual interested, or any new team wishing to enter the league, are welcome to attend. Edmonton Eskimos. With five games in which to do it, there's little doubt he'll break the existing mark. However, he'll be pressed by Ian Sunter of Hamilton Tiger-Cats who is the hottest kicker in the league. Sunter, who has played one game less than Organ, has 25 field goals and 92 points, which represents about 54 per cent of Hamilton's 170 points. Sunter has been successful on his last 10 field goal tries. Trans-Canada Telephone System in-depth communications study to help you put your finger on everyday business problems! Once you've identified a business communications problem, you're half way to beating it. There's a man who wiii help you do both. An AGT Communications Consultant is a trained business researcher. He works with you and your people. Gets to grips with information gaps. Helps you to put your f iger on communications problems and shows you how they can be eliminated. Whether your business is local, national or international in scope, it makes good sense to talk with an AGT Communication Consultant. His in-depth study costs noth ng and can mean greater efficiency and