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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE CETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 7, 1974 Kodiettes also win season opener Kodiaks thump Camrose ANDY CAPP WALTER KERBER photo KODIETTE NANCY JENSEN GOES IN FOR A LAYUP NHL summaries CALIFORNIA S MINNESOTA 3 First Period: No scoring. Penalties Drouin Min (double Johnston Cal (minor, major) Stanfield Min Hampton Cal Nanne Min major, MacAdam Cal ma- jor Williams Cal, Reid Min Lavender Cal Second Period: 1. California. Weir 11 (Johnston, B. Stewart) 2. California, Hampton 3 (Weir. John- ston) Penalties Patey Cal Barrett Min Flesch Min Third Period: 3. California. Williams 4 (Hrechkosy, Huston) 4. California. MacAdams 3 (Patey, Johnston) 5. Minnesota. Boucha 11 (Flesch, Drouin) 6. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 17 (Hextall. Nanne) 7. Minnesota, Goldsworthy 18 (Parise, Hextall) 8. California, Huston 6 (Hrechkosy) Penalties Barrett Min Shots on goal by Minnesota 9 13 California 6 13 PHILADELPHIA 3 K.C. 3 First Period: 1. Philadelphia, Leach 11 (Clarke, Barber) 2. Philadelphia, Kelly 6 (Clement) 3. Kansas City, Powis 3 (Lefley, Nolet) Penalties Clarke Second Period: 4. Kansas City, Rota 5 (Dube, Patterson) 5. Kansas City, Rota 6 (Lemieux, ONLY PER MONTH WHY PAY RENT? YES for only down and per month P.I., you can purchase your own deluxe two bedroom apartment home offering pleasant view. The homeowner grant may apply to first time pur- chase. Newly constructed fourplex, fully self contained, the property features spacious bi-level living with shag carpeting throughout. Professionally designed, the interior is color co-ordinated. Drapes and.color appli- ances are included. Private entrance and fully landscaped yard area. Buy direct from Builder. PHONE 328-5303 McElmury) Penalties Oornhoefer Dupont (double minor served by Kelly Polis Parent (served by Plasse (served by Paiement) Saleski, Hudson Third Period: 6. Philadelphia. Leach 12 (Clarke) Penalties Oube Dornhoefer Shots on goal by Philadelphia 10 6 Kansas City 9 8 Attendance 8.971. VANCOUVER 7 ATLANTA 5 First Period: 1. Atlanta, Bennett 12 (Lemieux. Romanchych) 2. Van- couver, Oddleifson 7 (Bordeleau, Gould) Penalties Hextall Dailey Bennett Body Hextall Dailey Second Period: 3. Atlanta, Bennett 13 4. Atlanta, Bennett 14 (Lemieux) 5. Atlanta, Ecclestone 3 (Romanchych, Vail) 5. Vancouver, Monahan 7 (Lever, Dailey) Penalties Bialowas Bouchard (served by O'Flaherty Hextall Bordeleau Third Period: 7. Vancouver, Oddleifson 8 (Pratt) 8. Van- couver, Oddleifson 9 (Gould. Dailey) 9. Atlanta, Vail 12 (Harvey, Lysiak) 10. Vancouver. Meehan 5 (Monahan. O'Flaherty) 11. Vancouver. Bordeleau 8 (Oddleifson) 12. Vancouver, O'Flaherty 6 (Meehan) Penalties None. Shots on goal by Atlanta 10 13 Vancouver 6 17 Attendance 15.570. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS FREE DRAW EVERY DAY DEC. 16th thru DEC. 21st. No purchase necessary to enter, just drop in and enter your name. Here's what you've got a chance to win: Bushnell 22 Rifle Scope Browning Hunting Knife Kentucky Black Powder Flint Lock Pistol Remington Model 66 22 Calibre Rifle With Scope Winchester Model 490 22 Calibre Rifle Winchester Model 490 22 Calibre Rifle 7x50 Binoculars CIL 22 Ammunition VOSTOK 22 CALIBRE TARGET RIFLE complete with peep sight. alto feature a great gift suggestion display for that sportsman In your life. ___________ PRECISION GUNS and Sports Ltd. -13th St. N. (Open Thura. A Frl. till 9 p.m.) 327-7595 By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks literally blew the Camrose Lutheran College Vikings off the court Friday night in the Kodiaks' opening game of the college season. The Kodiaks' fast-breaking game was responsible for 110 points while all the Vikings could muster against the tough Kodiak defence was 66 points. Wendell Cahoon, who fouled out of the game with three minutes still to play, was the cream of the Kodiak crop. He played superb two way ball, hitting for 16 points offensive- ly and defensively setting up plays and stealing the ball on seven occasions. He was the key to the Kodiak defence. "Wendell was the backbone of our defensive thrust said a pleased LCC coach, Ben Brooks. Greg Hess and Curtis Travis were the leading Kodiak point getters with 19 apiece. Dave Preus hit for 15 and Wayne Anderson added another 13. "I was very pleased with the game. And the boys were happy as well. We were runn- ing plays we've been trying in practice and we applied the pressure on the other team for the first time this the LCC mentor stated. The LCC kodiettes com- pleted the college's domina- tion of Camrose as they defeated the Vikettes 63-60 in the opening contest. The Kodiak men started strong, rattling in 12 straight points before the Vikings hit the score sheet. By half time they had a comfortable 59-38 lead. The Kodiaks played an aggressive, fast moving game throughout, led in the back court by Cahoon and John Jasiukiewicz. Hess and Travis provided the main scoring punch and Anderson, using his 220 pounds to good advantage under the boards, grabbed off 14 rebounds and blocked a good number of shots. Hess and Glen Schuler pick- ed off nine rebounds apiece. "Wayne, Dave Preus, Hess and Schuler played a strong prevent-type defence for us. I was real pleased with them, they handled themselves coach Brooks said. Mike Dronyk of the Vikings was removed from the contest by referee Ron McKay in the second half for submarining a Kodiak player. Submarining is classified as a flagrant foul, resulting in ex- pulsion from the contest. It is considered one of the worst moves in basketball, the equivalent of spearing in hockey. At no time in the game were the Kodiaks even pressed, continually adding to their lead until they had the 44 point edge they enjoyed at the end of the game. Bob Beattie was the top scorer for the Vikings in a los- ing effort with 17 points and Richard Schwartz was next in line with nine. In the girl's game the Kodiettes led throughout, at times by as many as 20 points, but found themselves hanging on at the end as the Vikettes put the pressure on and narrowed the gap to three points at the end, 63-40. The LCC girls played sporadically throughout the game, running the score up with hot shooting at times, and then cooling off at others as the Vikings employed a press that seemed to fluster the local girls. Shirley Yuill played a strong game offensively for the Kodiettes, firing home a game-high 23 points. Nancy Jensen hooped 14 for the winners and Doreen Gurney chipped in with 12. Naomi Erickson was top gal for Camrose with 20 and Cherilyn Pinsky added 10 more. Vikettes ran into foul trou- ble in the early going of the se- cond half, losing three gals via the foul route. The Kodiettes had two gals, Shellee Reeder and Brenda Lazarick, foul out, but not until past the 17 minute mark of the final stanza. The Kodiettes had a 34-28 lead at the half, after leading by as many as 20 points in the early going. The LCC girls never regained their 20 point bulge but had a comfortable cushion to work with until the last eight minutes when Camrose narrowed the gap to five and finally three points. REBOUNDS.. .A crowd of about 250 took in the two games... Doreen Gurney left the Kodiette-Vikette game with an injured knee early in the second half her absence was felt, both offen- sively and defensively teammates were helping Greg Hess look for a contact lens he didn't lose Bob Beattie of the Vikings was wearing a high-top runner on his left foot and a low cut one on his right. Kendon Eakett missed the game due to a thigh injury suf- fered in the LCC tournament last week.... Wendell Cahoon was just married last week.. if his play last night is any in- dication of what married life can do for a player than a few more boys should consider getting hitched there was more than one submarine inci- dent committed by Camrose in the Kodiak-Viking game... there is no place in sport for tactics like that Guy Pomahac performed well in his brief appearances with the Kodiaks he had a total of six steals in the short time he played there were more technical fouls in the Kodiak- Viking game than there were in the entire LCC tournament last week Glen Schuler was the sixth Kodiak to hit the double figure mark he hooped 10 points. Oil Kings tied in dying seconds By THE CANADIAN PRESS Goalie Brad Hall of Edmon- ton Oil Kings lost his chance for a victory Friday night when Flin Flon Bombers scored in the final minute of play to tie the game 4-4 in Western Canada Hockey League play. "Someone skated in front of me at the last moment and I was said the 16- year-old rookie. It was Hall's first start in the teams's 24 games this season. In other games, Regina Pats dumped Saskatoon Blades 7-4, Calgary Centen- nials nipped Brandon Wheat Kings 4-3 and Kamloops Chiefs edged New West- minster Bruins 5-4. Edmonton 4 Flin Flon 4 Davidson's goal with 35 sec- onds remaining came almost five minutes after Mike Will scored unassisted to give the Oil Kings a 4-3 lead. Will may have had a chance to block the tying goal, but he broke his stick seconds before Davidson let fly and couldn't do anything. Brent Peterson, Terry Bucyk and John Phillips had the other Edmonton goals. Kevin Marinos, who scored Flin Flon's first two goals, and Rich Gosselin joined Davidson in the scoring column for the Bombers. Regina 7 Saskatoon 4 Regina, moving one point ahead of Lethbridge Broncos into second place in the Eastern Division, was led by rookie centre Les Grauer's three goals. Mike Wirachowsky, Drew Callander, Dave Faulkner and Al Dumba added singles before home-town fans. Del Chapman, Bruce Ham- ilton, Bernie Federko and Ron Valade replied for the Blades in the rough affair that saw each team get six major penalties. Calgary 4 Brandon 3 The Centennials, mired in the Western Division basement, won the game in the second period when Mike Fynn, Larry Lestander and Denny McLean scored to give them a 4-2 lead. Darcy Galvon scored the first Calgary goal. Gary Kaluzniak, Doug Mur- ray and Dale McMullin replied for the visitors. Kamloops 5 New West 4 The Chiefs, who moved into a tie with idle Medicine Hat Tigers for second place in the West, were sparked by Neil Lyseng's two goals. Terry McDonald, Brad Gassoff and Alan Young rounded out the attack. The visiting Bruins got goals from Barry Beck, Steve Chippingdale, Fred Berry and Al Cameron. Three games are on tap tonight with Brandon continu- ing its western swing at Medicine Hat, Winnipeg Clubs taking on the Cougars in Vic- toria and Flin Flon trying its luck at Lethbridge. Cuiidi Winter Games Lottery SALES BLITZ (House to House) COULD FLORRtEBXKW DRILL, I'M AFRAID IT'LL NEED A NEW PLUS ON IT WCHL summaries REGINA 7 SASKATOON 4 First period 1. Regina; Wirachowsky (Dumba, Grauer) 2. Regina, Grauer (Hammond-, tid- ball) 3. Saskatoon, D. Chapman (Peters, George) 4. Regina, Grauer Penalties Hoffmeyer S, Harazny R Leggott S George S, G. Joly R (majors) Klassen S Faulkner R Harazny R Second period 5. Regina, Grauer (G. Joly, Hammond) 6. Saskatoon, Hamilton (Peters) 7. Regina, Callander (Faulkner, Kell) Penalties Wirachowsky R (double minor) Peters S (major) D. Chapman S. Tudor R (minors, Saskatoon bench minor (served by Klassen) R. Chapman S Third period 8. Regina, Faulkner (Minor, Tudor) 9. Saskatoon, Federko (D. Chapman, Hoffmeyer) 10. Regina, Dumba (Ham- mond) 11. Saskatoon, Valade (Williams) Penalties Geortz S, Gulutzan S, Callander R, Wirachowsky R (majors) G. Joly R R. Chapman S (minor, Hammond R (double major) Minor R Geortz S, Wirachowsky R Shots on goal by Saskatoon 11 8 Regina 8 14 Goal Oleschuk, Saskatoon; Staniowski, Regina. Attendance CALGARY 4 BRANDON 3 First period 1. Calgary, Galvon (Glendenning. Colbourne) 2. Brandon, McMullen (Blight, Kaluz- niak) Penalties Hodgson C Fynn C, Naka B Stevens B Bradbury B Bonar B Second period 3. Brandon, Murray 4. Calgary, Fynn (Colbourne, Galvon) 5. Calgary, Lestander 6. Calgary, D. McLean (Ashby) Penalties Ashton B, D. McLean C Piche B Ashby C Blight B, B. McLean C Third period 7. Brandon, Kaluz- niak (Blight, Murray) Penalties Galvon C Neeld C Hodgson C 1 on by Brandon 15 8 Calgary 16 9 Goal: Hanlon, Brandon; Hendrlck, Calgary. Attendance EDMONTON 4 FLIN FLON 4 First period 1. Flin Flon. Marines (Dorman, Nicholson) Penalties Mulvey E Fleming FF Second period 2. Flin Flon. Marines (Dorman, Williams) 3. Edmonton, Peterson Penalty Morrow E Third Period 4. Edmonton, Bucyk (Phillips) 5. Edmonton, Phillips (McDonald, Mulvey) 6. Flin Flon, Gosselin (Williams) 7. Edmonton, Will 8. Flin Flon, B. Davidson (M. Davidson, Williams) Penalties Sadler E B. Davidson FF Olson E (double minor) Shots on goal by Flin Flon 9 11 Edmonton 10 11 Goal: Swanson, Flin Flon; Hall, Ed- monton. Attendance 956. KAMLOOPS 5 NEW WEST 4 First Period: 1. New Westminster, Cameron (Pachal) 2. Kamloops. Lysen (Ferner, Gassoff) 3. Kamloops, McDonald (Moores, Flockhart) 4. New Westminster, Berry (Lofthouse) 5. Kamloops. Gassoff (Young) Penalties Young K. Smith NW (majors) McAloney K, Pachal NW Pachal NW (misconduct) Sleep NW Moores K. Beck NW Zinger K Sleep NW (miscon- duct) Zinger K. Cameron, NW (double minors) Second Period: 6. Kamloops, Lysen 7. New Westminster, Beck (Shinske, Maxwell) Penalties Morin K Young K Beck NW (double Gassoff K Zinger K Third Period: 8. Kamloops, Young (Melrose, Morin) 9. New West- minster, Chippingale (Shymr) Penalty Bradley NW Shots on goal by New Westminster 17 11 Kamloops 10 12 Goal Lsxton, New Westminster; Priestner. Kamloops. Attendance ELRiCH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division TONIGHT PINCHER CREEK Conducted by Plncher Creek Minor Baseball Assoc. COALDALE Conducted by South Old Man River Recreation. TABER Conducted by Pee Wee Hockey Assoc. MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY BLAIRMORE and COLEMAN Conducted by Crowsnest High School Students PICTURE BUTTE Conducted by Picture Butte High School Students LETHBRIDQE By Lethbridge Minor Hockey Assoc. 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ACTION LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS vs FLIN FLON BOMBERS Sat., Dec. 7, p.m. Lethbridge Sportsplex ELRICH TIRES LTD. Complete T're Sa-'es Sev ce 402 1st Ave 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;