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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 4, 1974 LETHBRIOGE HERALD May, McGraw two big names traded in Tuesday's deals 4NDY CAPP NHL NEW ORLEANS (AP) One of the big questions remaining after a round of trades at the winter baseball meetings is whether Dick Allen will report to Atlanta Braves. Another question still to be answereo is what the major leagues plan to do about ex- Olympic Lottery financial success MONTREAL (CP) Julien Cote, vice-president of Olym- pic Lottery Canada, said Fri- day that with only three of eight scheduled draws com- pleted, the lottery has contributed million Minor hockey Lethbridge Voyageurs got a four goal performance from Rod Tomita as they outclass- ed Pincher Creek 10-0 in Big Sky Pee Wee League action. Tony Pontarollo chipped in with two goals for the winners while singles went to Blair Spence, Wayne Smith, Robert Brown and John McFadden. Ron Moline registered the shutout. In Bantam A action the Red Wings dumped the Jets 5-1. Five players, Peter McNaliy, Mike Coghlin, Calvin Boetcher, Mike Falkenberger and Reid Enns shared the Red Wing scoring. Brad Dorren came up with the only marker for the Jets. In Bantam B action Tues- day the Blazers defeated the Seals 5-2 Brian Megalla, Lance Gilchrist, Bill Rab, Robert Wood and Ross Urabel scored for the winners while Bill Orr and Kevin Wickersham replied for the Seals. The Jets doubled the score on the Marlins, beating them 6-3. Larry Skidmore and Ron Sackman scored twice for the winners and Dave Stinson and Mark Hopkins added singletons. Frank Zappone, Raymond Taylor and Robert Stewart were the goal getters for the Marlins. toward financing the 1976 games. This is almost million more than the goal set by the organizing committee as part of its over- all budget propos- ed for the Games. "I received a mandate to raise a minimum of mil- Cote said. "That was the money needed from the lottery." He said response to the proj- ect had been excellent. Profit from the third draw was million, more than double the amount realized from the initial series. The first draw netted the organiz- ing committee million, while profit from the second was million. The first two draws featured million tax free as first prize; the third draw, held in Hamilton Nov. 18 had two first prizes, also tax free. Ticket prices have remained cons- tant at The fourth draw in the series is scheduled for Quebec City, Feb. 16, and will also feature dual million tax- free first prizes. Cote said he expects profits from the Quebec City draw to equal the amount gained from the third. To date, only three prov- inces Manitoba, Saskat- chewan and British Col- not agreed to the sale of tickets through banks and other outlets in their areas. But Cote said this may change in time for the fifth draw next June. He said he had held meetings with provincial representatives last week, hoping the three holdout provinces would join the pro- ject. Residents of the three provinces now may order tick- ets from lottery headquarters pansion, if anything. Allan, Tug McGraw and Lee May were among 13 players traded Tuesday in four deals. The question remains whether Allen, the game's highest paid player at a year, will report to the Braves, who obtained the controversial first baseman from Chicago White Sox for a reported and a player to be named later. Allen, 32, left the White Sox Sept. 14, saying he was retir- ing from baseball. However, he never made it official by putting it in writing, and recently he said he wanted to continue playing. He was unavailable for comment Tuesday. Meanwhile, no report on the expansion issue was expected until today or Thursday. Only the National League had the issue on its agenda although groups from Toronto, Seattle, Denver, Honolulu and New Orleans are lobbying for sup- port among the major league owners. Both leagues have in- dicated they plan to add two new franchises in 1976. Among the groups seeking a Toronto franchise are Maple Leaf Gardens; Labatt Breweries of Canada Ltd.; Montreal industrialist R. Howard Webster, and a group calling itself Canadian Baseball Company, headed by Sydney C. Cooper. McNaliy an Expo NEW ORLEANS (AP) Montreal Expos acquired vet- eran lefthander Dave McNal- iy from Baltimore Orioles in a five-player trade completed today at the baseball winter meetings. In exchange for McNaliy, outfielder Rich Coggins and minor league pitcher Bill Kirkpatrick, the Orioles will get outfielder Ken Singleton and righthanded pitcher Mike Torres from the National League club. McNaliy, 32, was 16-10 with a 3.58-earned-run average last season, his 12th with the American League's Orioles. Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Kay Davison 224 George Matchett 314, Velma Miller 286, Arvid Oseen 220. Frank Bernhart301 Alice McLean 211, Len Milner 271. Nellie Berry 220, Slim Berry 217, Harry Chapman 269, Ruby Oseen 239.' COMMERCIAL MENS Jack Smeed 369 Tom Baker 333 Darwin Romanchuk 301 Rick Barva 359 Abe Neudorf 323 Ken King 369 Sam Girardi 329 Roy Smeed 308 Ab Paskuski 290 Roy Cunningham 292 (807) KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Dianne Violini 263 Brenda Goodhope 265 Shirley Warner 259 Leona Pedrmi 264 Wilma Valer 272 Rhea Beekrnan 267 Sat Nagata 266 Duane Hamabata 303, Shmob Tanaka 306 Barry Rosenfelt 299, Jim Malcomson 283, John Rosenfelt 261 JCCA TOURNAMENT Dale Fujita 341, Jim Higa 333, Mike Tobo 314. Mas Shigehiro 292, Sunao Ayukawa 327, Lee Hargraves 293, Sandy Shigehiro 349, Kave Ayukawa 261, Pam Shigehiro 268, Mary Thomas 257, Masa Goshmmon 277, Carol Fujita 284. YBC YOUNG ADULTS Leslie Killms 260, Kalie Pedrmi 252, Nadme Kovacs 264 Cherye Obermeyer 227. Belinda McDonald 249, Ron Gretzmger 295 Bill Todd 248. Kim Kovacs 245, Garry Lohuis 299 Rick Barva 240 GOLDEN AGE Vi Cuell 280, Betty Murtland 253, Ethel Evenson 232; Walter Baker 257; Ane- Koole 282, Mary Ward 237; Velma Miller 236, Frank Bernhart 257 Hazel Wolfe 233; Minnie Petne 255 Alf Bell 251. Bill Arisen 229 C.J.O.C. Marg Michalen'.o 278 Eleanor Fentn- 285 Jim McPike Marg Eford 265, Ruth McLarp- 276 Jim Wright 259; Pea fiobison 251; Jock Mulgrew 250, r.udv Van Ryan 278 Guy Brown 272. SoL'Unrn Alberta Juvenile League -HOCKEY WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Lethbridge Lethbridge WARRIORS MIDGET ELKS Students Children C.F.C.N. TRIPLES Erma McGuire 299 Dave Smeed 291, Ken King 303; Ed Henderson 330 Ken MalComson 317 Elaine Brown 358 Linda Malcomson 305 Jeanette Smeed 336 BOD Costanzo 328; Ken Kurtz 287 Smeed 348 (1184) CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S Gale Hammel 283 Pat Peacock 245, Chris Guenther 252. Delia Pearson 240 Barb Brown 226, Ann Duval 241, Mary Nicolson 275 Joyce Bach 300 Elfriede Quapp 231. frtlDAY MIXED Wayne Gioerson 245; Terry Deak Don Ross 228; Charley Kiely 239; Cliff Clark 247; Morley Richardson 243; Joseph Beresnak 246; Joe Beresnak 2C3. Joyce McCurdy 236, Fian Beresnak 231; Ethel Harvie 225 Y.B.C. JET BOYS Matthew Weaver 144; Bruce Harvie 124; Nolan Mutter 145, David Mann 150; Colin Wiebe 158; Edward Bames 116. Brian Brand 134; Dean Hovey 137. BANTAM BOYS Tommy Doyle 177; Jim Miklos 166; Don Tinordi 161; Tom Amatto 160, Stephen Craiggs 167; Doug Anderson 151; Edwin Burwash 211, Les Hertlem 150. JET GIRLS Sonya Decaire 145, Theresa Miklos 116; Victoria Kieselbach 114; Nancy Ferguson 156; Rhonda Virostek 140, Cheryl Kreutz 120; Patti Christiansen 115; Joanne Mutter 114. BANTAM GIRLS Cara: Coulter 168; Judy McKay 155; Denise Joevenazzo 158; Pam McDonald 166; Debbie Gommennger 165; Patti Miklos 175; Rebecca Holmes 156; Sandra Ferguson 157, NOTICE Effective December 2nd, 1974 Pro Motors Ltd. 1520-2nd AvenueS. Phone 328-8117 Mazda-Mercedes Benz Dealers Will be observing NEW WINTER HOURS (UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE) Monday thru Wednesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. CAN I DO ANYTHINX to 'ELP? I COMB IN, VICAR, DONT WORRY V ABOUT THE N FLOOR IF YOU VVOULRA FLO WAKE ANDYUPANP 7 ASKHlMTD-< SAY APPROPRIATE; 1Z-4 Sabres go 13points up on Bruins Canucks just keep on winning By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Victories by Vancouver Ca- nucks over Minnesota North Stars have been something of a rarity since the Canucks joined the National Hockey League in 1970. Going into this season, the Canucks had four wins, 13 losses and five ties against the North Stars In their first meeting this, year the teams battled to a 1-1 tie in Minnesota Oct. 16 and six nights later in Vancouver, the Canucks dropped a 3-2 decision to Minnesota. Tuesday night, the Canucks, who had a tie in five games against the North Stars last year, won their first game against Minnesota since April 2, 1972, as they took a 6-5 decision. In other action, Buffalo Sa- bres downed Washington Capitals 5-3 and St. Louis Blues clipped California Golden Seals 5-1. FELL BEHIND The Canucks fell behind 2-0 in the first period but rallied in the second to take a 4-3 lead into the final period. Gregg Boddy's second goal of the game and fifth of the season at of the final period gave the Canucks the win before at the Pacific Coliseum. Bill Goldsworthy fired his 15th and 16th goals of the year to lead the North Stars. Vancouver now has a 13- point lead over Chicago Black Hawks in the Smythe Division. However, the Hawks have four games in hand. Left winger Rick Martin scored four in Cathy Hamilton 155. Holly Bmgham 181 Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Sandra Hamilton 231; Brenda Christie 248; Kathy Joevenazzo 249; Lori Chaki 255, Patty Reid 234, Pam Virostek 256 Brian Kanewischer 271, Bill Todd 236; Brent Wakey 333: Andrew Albiston 257, Fred Neville 230 Y.B.C. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS Kelly Okamura 205, Tom Miklos 189, Randy Paskuski 185 Kevin Prin- dle 187, Danny Sudo 223, Kim Masson 201 BANTAMS Jim Okamura 173. Mark Sharun 236, Geof Paskuski 2SO Drew Alston 246, David Prindle 207, Rob- bie Fauser 182, Heather Doyle 160, Terry Kirschenman 162. A.G.T. Mary Ann Perner 236, Liz Robertson 224, Edith Klaiber 246, Gail Parks 224, Chris Ell 229. Mane Rajala 257, Brian Markin 241, Frank Tuttle 254 Art Parks 271 Jerry Areshenko 316 NU MODE HOMES Bev Sarafenchon 255, Marge McLaughliP 277 Mel Seibert 271, Sandra Hunt 277 Dianne Parascak 253, Connie Marshalsay 271 Jean Vanderhelde 287, Lorna Wishlow 281, Mary Moss 265 Maureen Ferguson 269 (646) SUNDOUIST Marie Smith 233, Rose Nunweiler 217, Marg Koole 298 Dons Wickers 233, Pat Plomp 229. Nellie Conrad 227, Dorothy Adams 298, Anne Serbu 323 Dot Sorenson 251 Janet Koole 241. SENIOR CITIZENS Will Ness 222, Ted Haszard 223, Ed Linn 306, Agnes Black 208, Stan Fraser 216, Henry Bechthold 258, Lambert Olenhoff 208. Jim Freel 203. Vivian Jaffary 221, Phyllis Patching 220. MORNING COFFEE Bernice Pavan 247 Delia Pearson 281; Mary Stoffer 246; Myrna Kurma 277 Bernice Hay 251. Mary Ann Ferner 273, Marshalay 276 Verna Voiden 328 Connie Baceda 269. MARTINIZING Marg Roberts 260, Mary Thomson 272; Jean Passey 301 Isabelie Bergman 275 Karen Holm 254; Isabelie Orsten 250 Joyce Kaminski 295 Olhe Turner 268 Joan Seibel 251 Adele Pizzingnlli 261 WINSTON CHURCHILL Marilyn Dietntch 206; Murray Vickers 322 Gordon Besseiing 223; Barb Hansen 275; Bryan Crook 207. GREENS SHOES Al Unrau 310 Norm Tolley 281 Darrell Lagler Phyll Harrison 281 (743) Bert 286 John Rempel 278 Ben Salcedo 274; Eleanor Dorigatti 288 Derm Smith 279 Peter Gaetz 273. J.C.C.A. Francis Higa 296 Dale Fujlta 273 Mar) Fumlta 258; Tom Hlrashirna 265; Glen Tanaka 305 Lee Hargrove 273 Masa Goshmmon 292 Shig Goshmmon 265; Eugene Yamada 320 Mike Tobo 265 Its Tanaka 269 (770) the first lead the Sabres past the Capitals. The Sabres led 3-1 after one period and the Caps came back to narrow the margin to 3-2 before Danny Gare restored Buffalo's two-goal edge. Buffalo leads the Adams Division with 19 wins, four losses and four ties for 42 more than Boston Bruins. The Bruins have four games in hand. The Capitals have managed two wins and three ties in 25 games and are last in the Nor- ris Division. Rookie defenceman Bob Hess scored two goals and assisted on another by Ace Bailey as the Blues defeated the Seals. Bob Gassoff and Garry Linger got the other St. Louis goals with Joey Johnston replying for California. Detroit Red Wings have an- nounced they will play Toronto Maple Leafs in Detroit Sunday, Feb. 9. The game is a makeup of last Sun- day's scheduled game which was postponed because of a vicious snowstorm that struck Detroit. Tonight the Red Wings visit the Rangers in New York while the Leafs travel to Pitt- sburgh to meet the Penguins. In other games, California is at home to Atlanta Flames, the North Stars visit the Kings in Los Angeles, Kansas City Scouts are in Chicago and Montreal Canadiens play host to Boston. Aeros tough on the road By The CANADIAN PRESS Houston Aeros extended their winning record on the road Tuesday night while pushing Toronto Toros closer to a record losing streak at home. The Aeros beat the Toros 54 in Toronto for Houston's eighth consecutive victory on the road and Toronto's fifth consecutive loss at home. The Aeros had already sur- passed the previous World Hockey Association record for the longest road winning last season by Minnesota Fighting Saints. The Toros, meanwhile, are fast closing in on the record longest home losing streak- seven last season by Vancouver Blazers In other WHA games Tues- day, Michigan Stags upset New England Whalers 2-1 and Phoenix Roadrunners rallied for a 5-4 overtime victory over San Diego Mariners. The result of the match at Toronto appeared almost inevitable considering the Toros recent habit of slacking off late in the game while Houston has been learning to come from behind. "At the start of the year, we were losing a lot of games in the third said Hous- ton's Don Larway who scored two goals, including the winner. "Lately, we've been going well in the third, coming from behind." "They started playing steady hockey in the second period and we said Frank Mahovlich who had scored twice to contribute to a 4-1 Toros lead before the Aeros started their rally. "They let up after they took a 4-1 lead and were nursing their lead in the third said Larway. "We just chased after the win and got it." summaries VANCOUVER MINNESOTA 5 1. Minnesota, Hicks 1 2. Minnesota, Oliver 5 (GibbS, Duntop) 3. Vancouver, Boddy 4 (Rochetort, Lalonde) Penalties Hicks Barrett Stcond Ptriod: 4. Vancouver, Pratt 3 (Meehan, Monahan) 7.03; 5. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 15 (Flesch) 6. Vancouver, Hochefort 5 (Lalonde, Dailey) 7 Van- couver, 4 (Dailey, O'Flaherty) Penalties Boudrias (miscon- duct) Flesch Demarco (majors) Parise Monahan Third Period: 8 Vancouver, Gould 14 (Boudrias, Dailey) 5.05: 9. Minnesota. Goldsworthy 16 (Gibbs, Stanfleld) :0 Minnesota. Dunlop 2 (Nanne, Gibbs) 11. Vancouver, Boddy 5 (Lalonde) Penalties Pratt, Nanne Reid, Ahrens Demarco Boddy Barrett 10'57. on goal by Minnesota 11 7 7 25 Vancouver 11 14 18 43 Goal Mamago. Minnesota; Smith, Vancouver. Attendance BUFFALO 5 WASHINGTON 3 First period 1. Buffalo. Martin 16 (Lorentz, Perreault) 2. Washington, Cowick 2 (Bloom, Atkin- son) 7-14: 3. Buffalo. Martin 17 (Robert. Mclntosh) 16.29, 4. Buffalo, Martin 18 (Robert, Perreault) 17.40. Penalty Joly Second period 5. Buffalo. Gare 10 (Ramsay, Luce) 6. Washington, Laframboise 4 (Mikkelson) Penalties Cowich 7-53, Luce 11'28, Brooks 15-44. Lesuk, Gare 1959. Third period 7. Washington, Kryskow 5 (Williams. Labre) 1 21, 8. 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