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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta CHRISTMAS IN DISNEYLAND to ChooM from SUrtlng 20th For PrlcM, etc., The LetKbridge Herald Third Section Tidey, Trottier combine, Broncos romp 6-1 over Pats REGINA (Special) A Charley horse to veteran right winger Ron Delorme may have caused Earl Ingarfield more of a problem that he first believed. Ingarfield, coach of the Lethbridge Broncos, inserted rookie Alex Tidey into the line-up Wednesday night as the right winger on the Bryan Trottier line and the youngster came up with four goals as the Broncos slapped Regina Pats 6-1 in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibi- tion game played before 450 fans. "What a said an elated Ingarfield Wednesday night. "The two of them (Tidey and Trottier) were just great." Trottier, as fine a centre iceman as there is in the league, assisted on all four goals by Tidey and added a solo marker himself. Greg Woods completed the scor- ing for the Broncos with a solo marker. Jim Minor scored the lone Regina goal as he spoiled a shutout bid by Lome Molleken and Rollie Bouton. Ed Staniowski, who backstopped the Pats to the Memorial Cup last year played the first period for the Pats but gave way to rookie Bob Mahnic in the second after giv- ing up four Bronco goals. Broncos, who outshot the Pats 35-22, led 4-0 and 5-1 by periods. Regina took eight of 12 minor penalties while the clubs shared two majors. Ingarfield described the win as a real team effort. "The boys were really tram- he said. He indicated a scrap early in the game, in which Broncos' Archie Henderson held a decisive edge, helped turn the tide. "And of course four big goals in the opening period did their share as well" added Ingarfield. "The club played solid two-way hockey and hit he added "and you can see the end result. Broncos will arrive home today and workout Friday and Saturday. Sunday they will take part in the Broncos' promotion at the Sportsplex in Lethbridge from in the afternoon. Season tickets will be on sale Sunday. As well, members of the Hockey Hounds and the young gals work- ing with them, will be on hand to show Bronco fans just where they will watch the club from this year. In Revelstoke, B.C. Victoria Cougars edged Kamloops Chiefs 2-1 in a league ex- hibition game Wednesday. Mel Bridgeman and Al Hill scored for Victoria. Neil Lyseng scored for Kamloops. The first period was scoreless but Vic- toria led 1-0 at the end of the second. Kim Clackson was given a major for attempting to injure when he kicked Chiefs' Reg Kerr during a fight midway through the third period. The match penal- ty carries an automatic suspension. Length of the suspension will be determin- ed by the league. Chiefs took five of nine minor penalties. Victoria took six of 11 majors. There were five fights during the game. Cougars, Bulldogs meet Friday to settle top spot Catholic Central Cougars and the Winston Churchill Bulldogs are tied for first place in the Southern Alberta High School Football League with 2-0 and no loses. That will change Friday night. The Cougars and Bulldogs meet head-on at Henderson Stadium at 8 and the winner will have first place all to themselves. Both the Cougars and the Bulldogs feel this game is the key to a championship year. Cougar head coach Dean Dahl, looking for a wide open game, pointed to last years meeting between the two teams when the Bulldogs overwhelmed the Cougars in their first meeting and the Cougars reversed that in the second game, saying his squad learned a lot from that first game and put it to use in the second one. "We know we can move the ball on them and last night we proved we could contain their he said. "I think we are ready to put it all together and play our best game. We haven't played to potential yet, at least not coach Dahl stated. The Cougars intend to stop the Bulldogs ground game first and then control their passing. "Hopefully our pass FISHING DERBY MISSION LAKE WILL BE CLOSED TO OPEN FISHING Derby contestants only will be allowed to fish from p.m. Friday, October 4th to p.m. Sunday, October 6th. TIM derby ii open to everyone. Cath and merchandise can be won by Nthermen and ticket No Tribal fishing will be required for derby only. Deiby entry will be at the lake f 3.00 Intry per person will be required rush will be a strong one, because, if we have a weakness it lies in the size of defensive backfield." Dave Jackson, the star of the Cougar game last Satur- day with five touchdowns, echoed his coaches sentiments saying that "with a good solid team effort we should be able to beat them." Jackson said the Cougars would show the Bulldogs a more varied offence than they used against Medicine Hat Saturday when they racked up 59 scoring points. Bulldog defensive stalwart, Albert Dodson, who was a standout in the Bulldogs' win over LCI last Friday, making a total of 12 tackles in the game, predicted that this is the year for the Bulldogs. "Our defence is ready to handle anything they throw at he said "and myself, as well as the team, want to win this one in the worst way." Head coach Peter Neufeld concurred with Dean Dahl's thoughts that it would be a high scoring game, but a close one. He had different ideas as to the ending though. PRE-SEASON HOCKEY SKATE SALE CCM MUSTANG BOY'S SKATES Sizes 3 to 5 Reg. 44.95 This is a special purchase ot lasl years These sKaies have CCM Senior A Blade. soles, tun Sale 23 95 grain tealher bool and tealner lining. Only JOO Pairs in Slock! CCM MUSTANG MEN'S SKATES Sizes 6 to 11 Reg. 49.95 95 Sale 32 EXTRA SPECIAL CCM Pro Standard Adjustable HOCKEY HELMETS 1395 CSA ft CAHA Approved W Don't Forget Our Skate Exchange BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. CLOSED MONDAY 913 3rd Are. S. Phoiw 327-3221 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, September Pages 23 34 Tryouts start Monday The Lethbridge Community College coulee running course has been the scene of plenty of activity over the past few weeks as prospective LCC team members whip themselves into condition. Tryouts for the men's basketball Kodiaks will begin Monday and many of the other sports will be holding their initial work- outs in the immediate future. The coulee runs, for both men and women, have been under the guiding hand of Jack Linder- man. The course is approximately two miles and the athletes can often be spotted strung out single file running through the coulees bottom or straining to make it up the final hill in an effort to get into shape for the tryouts. First ever NHL-WHA encounter HOUSTON (AP) The World Hockey Association champion Houston Aeros, without the Howe family in the lineup, will play host tonight to the National Hockey League's St. Louis Blues in the first meeting ever between the two rival leagues. It's a form of recognition by the older NHL and Aeros coach Bill Dineen says the Aeros. who'll be playing for the first time since capturing the World Cup last May, want to win it. "Of course, our guys would like to win because there has been so much talk that our teams couldn't play over in the other league." Dineen said. Aeros defenceman John Schella said that there seemed to be a lack of excitement over the first of several scheduled exhibition meetings between the two leagues. "It's really not that big a thing." Schella said. "Most of our guys have played over in that league and we know we can play over there. "The only problem will be that they'll have played a cou- ple games before we play them. That's when condition- ing will start to show." The Howes, father Gordie and sons Mark and Marty, are playing for Team Canada in its series against the Soviet Union. The Aeros will have 12 returnees from their cham- pionship team. 1975 Chevrolets Chevelles Novas 1 Monza Olds Cutlasses Cadillacs Vegas Chevrolet Trucks (TDonnell suspended RED DEER. A Ha