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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Bowling banter CHERYEOBERMEYER KEN KING Obertneyer outstanding 'Somewhere there has to be someone who can help9 At Capri Bowl, the coveted bowler of the month award goes to youthful Cherye Obermeyer who handed the pins a real thrashing in Young Adults, entering the exclusive 900 Club with games of and 235 for a red-hot triple of 936 a great effort by a talented trundler Darrell Lagler took the men's bowler of the week honors with a 365 and an 834 triple in Green's Shoes and Verna Volden earned the women's crown for the week with 328 In women's league play, the week's best were Barb Hansen with 275 in Winston Churchill, Eleanor Dorigatti 288 and 775 in Green's, Jean Vanderhelde 287 and Sandra Hunt a 739 triple in NuMode, Anne Serbu 323 and 713, Marg Koole 298 and 775 and Dorothy Adams 298 in Sundquist, Joyce Bach 300 and 704, Gale Hammel 283 and 743 and Mary In men's play, John Wildman had 284 and 532 in Young Adults, Murray Vickers 322 and 794 in Winston Churchill, Al Unrau 310 and 736 in Green's, Eugene Yamada 320 and 743 and Glen Tanaka 305 in JCCA, Ed Linn 306 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Bob Harris 297 and 745 in Bankers, Jerry At Holiday Bowl, Ken King is the bowler of the month on the strength of four straight 800 plus triples in Commercial Men's he blistered the pins for 830, 820, 810 and 817 to boost his already impressive average from 262 to 265 Men's bowler of the week is Ken Malcomson with a 340 and a great 964 triple while Karlyn Spitzer, who's really been battering the pins of late. and a 757 triple in Wednesday Coffee, 220 pins over her average... Stars in YBC play Danny Sudo with 223, Geof Paskuski 250, Drew Alston 246 and Mark Sharun 236 in Frl-' day School play while in other action Jet leaders were Colin Wiebe with 158 and Nancy Ferguson 156, Edwin Burwash 211 and Holly Bingham 181 in bantam play with Pam Virostek 256, Lori Chaki 255, Brent Wakey 333 and Brian Kanewischer 271 topping junior senior action. Nicolson 747 in Doug's, Anne O'Neil 291 in Monday Senior Citizens, Grace Franz 296 and Willene MacDonald 293 in Riga's, Dot Sorenson 329 and 811 and Linda Vrabel 299 in Imperial, Jean Passey 301 and Joyce Kaminski 295 in Mar- tinizing, Brenda Coutts 285 in Young Adults, Masa Goshinmon 292 and 736 in JCCA. Areshenko 316 in ACT, Henry Bechthold 288 in Pioneer, Lambert Olenhoff 289 in Mon- day Senior Citizens, Tom Callaghan 347 and Fred Milner 300 in Monday Mixed, Ron Gretzinger 329 and 750, Garry Johnson 313 and 740 in Gordies and Manny Aviles 327 and 735 in Canbra. NOW OPEN BOYS' GIRLS' Skate Exchange Come Down and Swap Your Old Skates On Another Used Pair APPROX. EXCHANGE FOR THE BEST TEAM DEAL on hockey equipment see us. STICKS BY VICTORIAVILLE KOHO CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CANADIAN CCM SHERWOOD TORSPO COOPER SKATES BY: DAOUST CCM BAUER COOPER BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913-3rdAve. S. Phone 327-3221 Ingarfield indicates some changes coming By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor You would think that moving into a new office would help brighten the average Monday. Such was not the case for Earl Ingarfield, coach of the Lethbridge Broncos. For Ingarfield, Monday was his longest day of the season and it came on the heels of two of his longest days in hockey. The Broncos had just checked in after a three game swing that saw them play Kamloops Chiefs, Victoria Cougars and New Westminster Bruins. If Ingarfield could find a memory eraser he would use it to blank out these three games, the last two in particular. "They blew us right out of the rink in Victoria and New West." said a disturbed Ingarfield. "Nobody is hit- ting. They simply ran us out of the two arenas." Where does the trouble lie? Ingarfield is put out by the fact that opposing forwards park themselves in front of the Bronco net and just stand there. Our guys just leave them in front and they get two or three good chances at a time, continued the coach. "Such was the case in he said. The Bron- in was the made certain that all cos lost 13-1 in Victoria and then dropped a 10-5 decision in New Westminster. Earlier Kamloops had won 5-3. Ingarfield admitted that Routin, (goalie Rollie Boutin) had played extremely ?11 in Kamloops. The winning goal came with him uncc ;ious on the ice in front of the net. "The roof caved in on Rolli way Ingarfield described it. But the blame did not fall on Boucir As Ingarfield said, the Bn :os had 20 guys who played poorly and some were worse than others. Ingarfield used Lome Molleken Sunday night against the Bruins but again was disappointed in his number one net minder. Molleken, according to Ingarfield, hasn't had a good game in three weeks and it is hurting the play of everyone. Ingarfield also pointed out that he has four defencemen, John Lutz, Dean Samis, Darcy Regier and Don Johnson who are all six feet and over, but they are not hitting. "There has to be something wrong when two of your youngest players have to handle the rough said Ingarfield. He was referring to Archie Henderson and Steve Lee. Ingarfield didn't stop at his goaltending and defence. He is not all that happy with the play of his forwards either. Ingarfield asked the question "how bad can you play and how scared can you He said that some of his forwards should have 20 foot sticks so they can check without touching anyone. Ingarfield said that if he and team general manager Bill Burton could make some changes by Wednesday they would. "Some of the guys will be going." said Ingarfield in closing, "we have to do something." To which Burton added "there will be something done." Twenty eight goals in three games would indicate quite a challenge to overcome. Broncos are at home to Brandon Wheat Kings Wednes- day at eight and then Flin Flon Bombers Saturday even- ing at If there are any changes, they will be evident on either of these two nights. topped the gals with another fine effort, 361 and 871 in Speedys Winners in the triples tournament were Jean Passey, Jean Christie and Sam Girardi in the scratch with a pinfall of with the same trio taking the handicap with High in CFCN Triples were Bob Costanzo 328, Jack Smeed 304 and for four, Ken Kurtz and Ken Malcomson 317 and with Ken King rolling a 381 in the triples tournament... top women were Jeanette Smeed 336 and Elaine Brown 358 and and Linda Malcomson 305 and Highlighting women's league play were Ruby Oseen with 705 in Monday Golden Age, Dianne Violini 303 and 788 and Wilma Valer 765 in Knights of Columbus, Gailya Pedersen 334 and 751 in Dairy Queen, both new season highs, Marj Fleming 304, Karlyn Spitzer with 871 in Speedys, new high for the year, Jeanette Smeed 315, Marlene Conine 305, with Kathie McGinty posting 330 in Dept. of Agriculture Laura Peake had 325 and 775 and Pat Plomp 305 and 752 in Holiday Village with Debbie Barton's 293 single and Flora Donato's 712 triple new highs in Automatic Electric Kathy Ludwig's 742 ia a new high three in Eagles and Vi Cuell had a 280 in Thursday Golden Age. Leading the men for the week were Alf Bell with 313 and 714 in Monday Golden Age, Les Dyke 346 and 881, Roy Cunningham 371 and 801, Jack Smeed 334 and 826, Lino Chiste 834, John Rempel 358 and 882 and Bill Braun a big 400 and 803 in Gordies with Ken Malcomson's 964 the season's new high three Other leaders were John Rosenfelt's 324, new high single in Eagles, Bill Billings' 332 new high in Alcon, Tom Snow 304 and 762, Bev Swaren 303 in Civil Service, Fil Oberg 333 and 779 and Rollie Hows 333 in CPR. BLACK MAKES TEAM OXFORD, England (Renter) A black American has been included for the first time in the Oxford University rugby union team, which will meet Cambridge University, Dec. 10 at Twickenham. Ray Burse, 23 of Kentucky, won selection after a successful debut for Oxford against Gloucester last Saturday when he scored a try and made another. Minor hockey The Blades, behind the shutout goal tending of Louis Laman, defeated the Aeros 8-0 in Bantam B play Monday night. Gerald Saccardo scored twice and Ward Tamayosa, Greg McKean, Scott Murakami, Ron Zimmer, Frank Mazzuga and Tim Manzak added singletons. It was Laman's second shutout of the season. The North Stars won their fifth straight game in Midget action as they topped the Nationals 4-2. Dale Ptycia, Tony Raats, Ross Matheson and Andy Tse scored for the winners while Ron Oper and Dale Laval replied for the Nationals. In a Bantam A game Satur- day the Blackhawks and Cardston battled to a 4-4 tie. Brent Belsher got two for the Blackhawks and Neil Court and Stan Sawicki scored one each. Cardston got goals from Roy Russell, Ken Secretan, Len Wiley and Robert Roy. MIDGET W L T Pt8. North Stars 4008 Toros ...........3 1 0 6 Nationals .2204 Eskimos..... 1213 Slampeders .....1 1 1 3 Lakers 1202 Comets 0 3 1 1 Royals ..0400 SCORING LEADERS Pts. Bryon Turner .6 Barry Forry......... 5 Mauno Cattoni .....4 Dale Ptycia...... 4 Ken Serbu 4 Barry Charlesworth .4 BANTAM A W L T Pit. Red Wings.....3017 Black Hawks .3006 Maroons 3006 Oilers 3106 Canadians 1035 Saints ............1 0 2 4 Islanders..... 1213 Jets 0 4 0 0 Maple Leafs ........0 3 0 0 SCORING LEADERS Pis. .....10 7 6 6 ANDY CAPP AS A COMPANION, V V WHAT YOU 'EAR ABOUT'IM UP ffcRny r Q[ Trottier second in WCHL scoring Darren Ramage Brian Robinson Ricky Leitch Brent Belsher Danny Laronde 6 BANTAM B W L T Pts. Blades ...........4 0 0 8 Blazers...........3 0 1 7 Cougais...............2 026 Kings 3006 Seals..............3 0 0 6 Bruins .........2 1 1 5 Ramblers 2 1 1 5 Hornets ...........2 1 0 4 Monarchs 2204 Rangers.....2204 Mustangs..........1 2 1 3 Eagles 1302 Raiders ..........1 3 0 2 Nuggets 0 3 1 1 Lions............0 3 1 1 Argos .....0 4 0 0 Aeros 0300 SCORING LEADERS Pts. Russell Coulter......... 8 Jamie Cognhn ............7 Clark Bosch 7 Ralph Quint 7 Danny Onch ..........6 Jason Coma............. 6 Lundbreck, Pincher split In Far West high school basketball action Monday night Pincher Creek and Lundbreck split two games by the identical score of 37-32. Lundbreck Sabrettes took the girls contest over the Pincher Creek Matthew Halton Hornets 37-32 and the Halton Hornets boys' team defeated Lundbreck Livingston Sabres 37-32. Gerry Price and Debbie Delinte both had 17 points for the Lundbreck girls while Sharon Sorge was tops for Pincher Creek with 18. The Lundbreck gals trailed 14-11 at the half. Pincher Creek boys held the lead 19-14 at. the half and maintained it until the end of the game. Mike Sproule was top scorer for the Hawks with 20 points. SASKATOON (CP) Mel Bridgman of Victoria Cougars flirted with a Western Canada Hockey League goal scoring record" last week as he con- tinued his pursuit of the league's individual scoring title. Bridgman scored two goals within six seconds in Vic- toria's 13-1 romp past Lethbridge Broncos Saturday night, one second shy of the WCHL record held jointly by Bob Young and Nels Jacobsen of Winnipeg. Bridgman leads the league in goals, 29, and points, 65, and shares the lead in assists. 36, with Bryan Trottier of Lethbridge. Trottier, with 55 points, is second to Bridgman in individual point gathering. Meanwhile, Ernie McLean, coach of the New West- minster Bruins announced that Trottier and Alec Tidey of the Broncos would join his club when they meet Moscow Selects Dec. 12. Jim Minor of Regina Pats reached the 50-point level last week and now has 20 goals and 30 assists, good for third place. Jerry Farwell of Medicine Hat Tigers remains the leading goaltender among those who have played 600 minutes or more. Farwell has two shutouts and a 3.20 goals against average, while Ed Staniowski of Regina leads in minutes played, and Larry Hendrick of Calgary Centennials in saves, 889. Jerry Rollins of Winnipeg Clubs has the most penalty minutes, 181. mile guaranteed alignment This price entitles you to a com- plete alignment every miles or as often as necessary, in accordance with the printed guarantee You re covered for 4 years or miles whichever comes first regardless of present mileage Just one price for North American cars. Ask your Firestone man nbout this unique protection policy today Priced to make it easy! Big trades anticipated as major leagues meet NEW ORLEANS (AP) Major league baseball of- ficials took up the subject of expansion today while everyone waited for the big trades to break at the annual winter meetings. Expansion was on the Na- tional League agenda with owners due to get a report from a special committee set up last August to study the possibility of additional clubs. "There's a lot of pros and cons regarding NL president Charles Feeney said Monday. "It's going to get a lot of discussion." The American League, on the other hand, does not have expansion on the agenda but president Lee MacPhail said: "I'm certain it will be dis- cussed." The majors already have in- dicated they will add two teams in each league for the 1976 season. New Orleans arid Seattle, which have domed stadiums under construction, and Toronto, which began renova- tion of its CNE Stadium last month, are considered leading candidates. Four separate groups from Toronto are here to bid for a franchise. Denver and Honolulu also have asked to be considered and have representatives here. Washington, D.C., also is pressing for a franchise. In re- cent years, two clubs have been moved out of the nation's capital, which may wind up with the Baltimore club which is up for sale. It's possible the team would play a split season at Baltimore and Washington. Approval of expansion is not expected at these meetings. The nation's economy is regarded as the major concern for not taking that step now. The lack of players was em- phasized Monday when the major leagues held their draft of minor leaguers. Only three were chosen at a cost of 000 each. Chicago Cubs chose catcher Tim Hosely from Tucson of LCC defeats Library 4-2 Lethbridge Community College handed the Miner's Library its first loss in the City Recreational Hockey League Monday night by defeating them 4-2. Russ Love, Bill MacKenzie. Gary Marchuk and Pie Lavarato scored for the winners while Cam Hodgen and Gary Canadine replied for the Library. In the second game Purity Bottling upended the Labor Club 9-3. Tim Negrello had two for the winners while singletons went to Ken Hutton, Brian Campbell, Dennis Bogusky. Dave Ball, Greg Hamilton. Tom Yip and Dennis Oberg. Labor Club goal scorers were Cal Olson. Randy Max- well and Ken Kristjanson. the Pacific Coast League, New York Mets grabbed out- fielder Jorge Roque from Puebla of the Mexican League, and Boston Red Sox chose second baseman Kim Andrew from Rochester of the International League. Meanwhile there was little action on the trading front. Tommy Harper was the first name player to by Boston to California Angels for infielder Bobby Heise. Harper, 34. is a 12-year vet- eran who can play the outfield and third base, but Manager Dick Williams said he would probably use him as a desig- nated hitter Harper batted .237 with five homers and 24 runs batted in last season. He has a .257 life- time batting mark and is an adept base stealer. Heise, 27, fills the need oi a reserve infielder following the retirement of Dick McAuliffe after last season. Labor Club tops Magrath Labor Club Athletics defeated Magrath 81-66 in Southern Alberta Chinook League basketball action Monday night. The Athletics were led by Rick Nielson with 28 points and Kenny Nakama with 15. Ray Stevenson hooped 20 for Magrath and Greg Henry add- ed 14 You'll be the perfect Santa when you give her. 1 the perfect Laundry Pair READY-TO-USE WHEN YOU BUY! PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRYER Uses 120V current! Compact' 24" x 16V x 31V Plug into standard electric outlet (15 amp minimum) Portable...rolls on wheels...no vent- ing required Ideal with Hoover Spin-Drying Washer...gets clothes dry faster Use it everywhere...store it anywhere 3 separate cycles regular...wash 'n wear...fluff tumble Automatic cool down period e Up to 135 minutes drying time R L PORTABLE SPIN- DRYING WASHER Built-in Water System! 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