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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, 9, KODIAK'S CURTIS TRAVIS (25) WINCES AS BALL BOUNCES OUT OF BOUNDS LCC Kodiak's bench main factor in victory over Red Deer Kings By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer The key to the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks is their depth. That depth gave the Kodiaks their second victory of the college season in as many days when they bested Red Deer College Kings 69-54 at the LCC Saturday afternoon. Ten of the 11 Kodiaks hit the score sheet, with Curtis Travis leading the way with 13 points. John Jasiukiewitez had 12 points, Dave Preus 11, Glen Shuler nine, Wendell Cahoon eight and Greg Hess seven. The Kodiak balance was a necessary ingredient Satur- day, particularly in the first half when the club had more than its share of problems offensively. Kodiak coach Ben Brooks substituted freely throughout the game, twice changing the entire five man squad at the same time. The LCC coach is never reluctant to go to his bench, but Saturday he went to them more frequently than usual, trying to get his club rolling offensively. "I don't know why, but we always play that way against Red Brooks said. "We never seem to be able to work against them." Jasiukiewitez echoed his coach's feeling, "It's been this way for years. We don't play well at all against Red Deer. We don't play our game and always end up scrambling on offence." If the Kodiak game was off, the girls' squad, the Kodiettes, never got their game rolling at all. They were blasted 85-37 by the Red Deer Queens. Only tour Kodiettes managed to score, and three of those scorer's total output was seven points less than Shirley Yuill, who hooped 22 points. Val Charteris had seven, Shellee Reeder six and Nancy Jensen two. The Kodiettes were only able to hit on 25% of their shots from the floor, while the Queens led by Laurie Martin and Kathy Webber with 18 points, hit on 43% of their attempts. Queens led 50-22 at the half and simply out ran, out- shot and out passed their hosts. Kodiettes' coach Ray Stoddard pointed to his lack of bench strength, with only three reserves, as a factor in the loss. He also pointed out that Doreen Gurney had to miss the game due to an ankle injury suffered Friday night. The loss leaves the Kodiettes with a one win one loss record in league play this year. On the bright side of the ledger for the Kodiak men was their impressive defensive game. "The boys played well on coach Brooks said. "They denied very well and helped each other out a lot. But, you know, its tough going into the dressing room after you've played like WP did and celebrate a win." Dave Preus was a power under the boards for the Kodiaks, pulling in 18 rebounds. Glen Schuler also played well, coming up with 11 rebounds. The Kodiak team accounted for 34 defensive rebounds, but only came away with 13 loose balls off the offensive boards. They forced 15 turnovers during the contest with Curtis Travis coming up with seven oHhem. Greg Hess forced five turnovers. Red Deer showed flashes of a good offence during the game, particularly in the first 10 minutes, but the Kodiak defence soon neutralized their attach. The opening minutes of the game belonged to the Kings as they took advantage of some erratic Kodiak shooting to build up an 11-2 lead. But by the 10 minute mark the Kodiaks had caught up. The lead see-sawed back and forth for a few minutes before the Kodiaks moved in front to stay. Gord Graves was top man for the losers with 12 points while Murray McLean and Keith Thompson chipped in with 10 points apiece. REBOUNDS A small crowd of 200 took in the two afternoon games... Kodiak Wayne Anderson was sent off early in the contest after picking up his second technical foul the second technical was deserved but the first one was highly questionable the Kodiaks are not an afternoon ball club their loss in the President's Tour- nament last week was an afternoon game as well... 57" John Jasiukiewitez finally got to play against somebody shorter than himself, 5'4" Rick David of Red Deer an oddity happened when a Red Deer shot jammed between the rim and the backboard that was one rebound Preus wasn't credited with officially Greg Hess had a frustrating afternoon, shooting wise, hitting on only three of 16 tries the Kodiaks are in Missoula, Mont, tonight for an exhibition game three players didn't make the trip injured Kendon Eakett, Al Pard and Robert Wells. Minor Hockey roundup Steve Tsjurai had a hat trick Thursday night to lead the ACT Bantams to a 6-0 triumph over the Toros in Midget hockey action. Rod Snopek, Al Gepneris, and Bob Odney scored the other goals for the victors, who got shutout goaltending from the duo of Mark Tokariuk and Troy Dinon. In other Midget action, the Comets skated to a 4-1 win over the Labor Club Bees. Rick Smith, Leonard Rook, Mike Goluk, and Barry Charlesworth scored the Comet goals while Darin Chaki replied for the Labor Club. Blake Tillotson's two goals gave the Bruins a 2-0 lead after one period, but the Rangers came storming back to take a 7-3 win in Bantam B action Thursday. Rod and Murray Houghton, Dale Harold and Gord Spid- more scored goals for the Rangers in the second period while Richard Burla, Keith Aiken, and Lonny Kucheran notched markers in the third. Bob Thompson. scored the other goal for the Bruins. The Eskimos downed the Stampeders 5-1 in Midget play with Mike Craig scoring twice for the winners. Frank Zasad- ny, Bill Henderson and Walter Montina added singletons. Jerry McNamara was the lone Stampeder scorer. Brian and Dale Norlin scored a goal each to lead the Totems to a 2-0 shutout over the Canucks in Pee Wee hockey action Friday night. Fred Abel turned aside everything that was fired at him in the Totem net. In other Pee Wee action, Doug Canadine scored two goals to spark the DQ Jets to a 5-2 win over the Pintos. Howie Heaton, Scott Max- well and Brian Colwill scored the other goals for the winners while Rick Arelis and Rick Balaz replied for the Pintos. Brad Kimura had a hat trick and Wally Kazokas notched two markers as the Sabres dumped the Centennials 8-3 in Pee Wee play Friday. Charles Cockerill, Troy Lougheed and Pete Lavorato had the other Sabre goals. Wayne Pallett, with two, and Karl Schmidt scored in a losing cause. Lome Eichendorf earned the shutout as the Raiders blanked the Eagles 8-0. Leigh Harrison and John Braak scored twice for the Raiders and Marischal Dear- mand, John Braak, David Seimans, Ken Sparks, and Perry Odney added single goals. Winnipeg clubbed twice at west coast, score three times while giving up 29 THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg Clubs had a long, tough weekend in the Western Canada Hockey League, giv- ing up 29 goals and scoring only three while suffering two whopping defeats. The Clubs were shocked 15-1 by Victoria Cougars Saturday night and bowed 14-2 Sunday to New Westminster Bruins in a busy weekend schedule. It was a valuable stretch for the Cougars, who whipped Kamloops Chiefs 6-2 Sunday night. They were the only club to post consecutive wins. Edmonton Oil Kings bounc- ed Calgary Centennials 5-2 Sunday while Brandon Wheat Kings thumped Flin Plon Bombers 6-3 and Saskatoon Blades trounced Regina Pats 7-4- In other Saturday games, Medicine Hat Tigers clipped Brandon 7-3 and Lethbridge Broncos pounded Flin Flon 7- 1. Scoring leader Mel Bridgman set a team record with five goals for the Cougars Saturday. Jim Gustafson added three goals and Eric Sanderson con- tributed a pair for the Western Division leaders, who held period leads of 3-0 and 10- 1. Single goals were added by Peter Morris, Dan Lucas, Rick Martin, Rick Lapointe and Gord Roberts. The Win- nipeg reply went to Gary Wagner. In Sunday's debacle, New Westminster got seven goals in the third period. Mark Lof- thouse scored four goals and Kelly Secord three. Steve Clippingdale scored twice and added three assists. Single goals went to Brian Shmyr, Allen Fleck, Fred Berry, John Bradley and Terry Hochstetter. Guy Lash and Darrell ANDY CAPP Tenner scored for Winnipeg. Lucas and Don Cairns each scored two Victoria goals Sun- day while Lapointe and Martin added singles. Brad Gassoff and McAloney replied Kamloops. Rick Blight scored Jim for four points, including two goals, in Brandon's victory at home against Flin Flon. The game was marred by two incidents involving fans. In the third pe- riod, coach Mel Pearson and Flin Flon winger Tom Cullen chased a spectator almost out of the arena. A few moments later, another inci- dent developed behind the Flin Flon bench. Dale McMullin, Doug Murray, Gary Kaluzniak and Dan Bonar tallied single goals for Brandon. Rich Gosselin, Dan Kuntz and Scott Williams retaliated for Flin Flon. WCHL summaries NEW WEST 14 WINNIPEG 4 Pwiod: 1. New Westminster, Shmyr (Clippingdale, Philllpoff) 2. New Westminster, Clippingdale (Smith, Pachal) 3, New West- minster, Secord (Shinske, Lofthouse) 4. New Westminster, Secord (Sleep, Fleck) 5. Winnipeg. Lash (Rollins, Meagher) Penalties Shmyr NW Girardin W Sleep NW Rollins W, Phillipoff NW Second Period: 6. New West- minster, Fleck (Shmyr, Sleep) 7. New Westminster. Berry (Sleep, Max- well) 8. New Westminster, Hochstetter (Clippingdale. Berry) Penalties Nemetchek W (Served by Eakin) Berry NW Third Period: 9. New Westminster, Lofthouse, (Beck) 10. New Westminster. Bradley (Berry, Clip- pingdale) 11. New Westminster, Lofthouse (Secord, Shinske) 12. New Westminster, Lofthouse (Beck, Berry) 13. New Westminster, Clippingdale (Secord, Shinske) 14. New Westminster, Secord (Shinske, Hochstetter) 15. New Westminster, Lofthouse (Berry. Beck) 16. Winnipeg, Tenner (Girar- din) Penalties Maxwell NW Rollins W Baumgartner W Tenner NW Shots on goal by Winnipeg 9 6 10 25 New Westminster 19 15 22 56 Goal Laxton. Nisbet. New West- minster) Howes. Nemetchek, Win- nipeg. Attendance VICTORIA 6 KAMLOOPS 2 First Period: 1. Victoria, Lapointe (Bridgman) 2. Victoria. Lucas Penalties Sanderson V Clackson V Zinger K Second Period: 3. Victoria, Cairns (Lapointe, Morris) 4. Victoria, Martin (Williams, Sanderson) 5. Victoria, Cairns (Gustafson. Roberts) 6. Kamloops, Gassoff (MacLoney) 7. Victoria, Lucas (Lapointe) Penalties Peter V Peter V. Lyseng K (majors) Kamloops (bench) (served by Dyer) Third Period: 8. Kamloops, MacLoney (Melrose) Penalties Cairns V (misconduct) Sanderson V (minor, Gallimore K (major) Roberts V, Kerr K (majors) MacLoney K Sanderson V Zinger K (minor, major) on goal by Victoria 10 16 Kamloops 11 11 Goal Leslie, Victoria; Priestner, Kamloops. Attendance BRANDON 6 FUN FLON 3 First Period: 1. Brandon, McMullin (Blight) 2. Brandon. Blight (Bonar, Piche) Penalties Piche B Watson FF (double minor) Gosselin FF Williams FF Second Period: 3. Flin Flon, Gosselin (Watson, Montgomery) 4. Brandon, Murray (Parker, Mullett) 5. Brandon. Blight (Murray, McMullin) 6. Bran- don, Kaluzniak (Blight, McMullin) Penalties' Marines FF Williams FF Third Period: 7. Brandon. Bonar (McMullin) 8. Flin Flon. Kuntz (Marines) 9. Flin Flon. Williams (Kuntz) Penalties Watson FF (misconduct) Davis FF (minor, game Watson FF (game misconduct) Ashton B Sheardown FF (double minor) Melnyk B (triple minor) Bonar B Dorman FF Piche B Shots on goal by Flin Flon 6 8 Brandon 24 17 Goaltenders Rideout. Flin Flon; Hanlon, Brandon. Attendance: SASKATOON 7 REGINA 4 First Period: 1. Saskatoon. Hawryliw (D. Chapman, Peters) 2. Saskatoon, Hamilton (Gulutzan, Federko) 3. Regina, Faulkner (Tudor, Grauer) Penalties Wirachowski R Harazny Williams S G. Joly R Tld- ball R. Gulutzan S Hawryliw S Smith S Second Period: 4. Saskatoon, Williams 5. Regina. Mahoney (Keil) 6. Regina, G. Joly (Dum- ba, Faulkner) 7. Saskatoon, Hamilton (R. Ireland, Hoffmeyer) 8. Saskatoon, Hawryliw (Federko, Leggott) Penalties Williams S Faulkner R Tudor R. Smith S, (minors, ma- R. Ireland S, (minor, mis- George S, Grauer R Third Period: 9. Saskatoon. Valade (Federko, Leggott) 10. Saskatoon, D. Chapman 11. Regina, Hammond Penalties Faulkner R Harazny R Hamilton S Williams S Hoffmeyer S Feiger R Gulutzan S Shots on goal by Regina 5 18 Saskatoon 10 12 Goaltenders Staniowski, Regina; R. Ireland, Saskatoon. EDMONTON 5 CALGARY 2 First Period: 1. Calgary, Fyfln (Hodgson) 2. Edmonton, Mulvey (Will, McDonald) 11.14; 3. Edmonton, Olson Penalties Galvan C (major) Olson E (minor, major) Sadler E Neeld C (minor, mis- conduct) Sadler E Second Period: 4. Calgary. Ashby (Hodgson, Neeld) 5. Edmon- ton. Bucyk (Maze) 6. Edmon- ton, Mulvey (Mc.Donald, Morrow) 7. Edmonton, Morrow (Will, Sadler) Penalties Swales E McDonald E Third Period: No scoring. Penalties. Peterson E Lalbnde C Ashby C Swales E (minor, ma- Fynn C (major) Johnston E Rissling E McDonald E Shots on goal by Calgary 11 9 Edmonton 15 21 Goal Hendrick, Caigary; D. Soetaert. Edmonton. Attendance THAT WOMAN IN THE CORNER'S SEEN YOU THE EYE ALL EVENING SHOULD T SE ALL RIGHT THERE 1974 DftiEy Mirror papers Ltd. Andy ,u> CHAUCIE- SHE'S ALMOST AS MY y _ Tfeiistv BUT FLORRIE'S THREE YEARS YOUNGER THAN LET'SfcVEALASTj IN THE ROSE Kings break jinx THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas City-Omaha Kings ended a long victory drought at Detroit's Cobo Arena Sun- day as they beat the Pistons 96-92 in a National Basketball Association game. It was the first win for the Kings at Cobo Arena since Dec. 29, games ago. Kansas City-Omaha moved to within a half-game of the first-place Pistos in the NBA's Midwest Division with the vic- tory. Jimmy Walker and Nate Ar- chibald scored 18 points apiece to lead the balanced Kings' attack. Bob Lanier had 32 for Detroit, 12 of them in the final period. In Sunday's other NBA games, Washington Capitals defeated Cleveland Cavaliers 88-75, Boston Celtics beat New Orleans Jazz 111-101, Los Angeles Lakers trimmed Phoenix Suns 107-102 and Atlanta Hawks downed Seat- tle Super-Sonics 102-95. San Diego Conquistadors dumped San Antonio Spurs 104-92 in Sunday's lone American Basketball Associa- tion game. In Saturday's NBA games, New York Knicks downed Portland Trail Blazers 120- 112, Philadelphia '76ers beat Buffalo Braves 116-112, Washington stopped Detroit 94-89, Phoenix topped Los Angeles 92-88 and Golden State Warriors whipped Seat- tle 132-96. In ABA action Saturday, In- diana Pacers trimmed San Diego 126-113, New York Nets, defeated Virginia Squires 103- 86, Kentucky Colonels stopped the Spirits of St. Louis 119-107, Utah Stars shaded San An- tonio 111-107 and Denver Nuggets trounced Memphis Sounds 122-108. Elvin Hayes pumped in 10 of his 18 points in the third quar- ter as Washington posted its sixth straight victory. Phil Chenier topped the winners with 24 while Jim Cleamons and Dick Snyder had 14 each for Cleveland. Jo Jo White scored 21 points and John Havlicek and Paul Westphal added 20 apiece for Boston. Jim Barnett netted 29 points for the Jazz, who lost for the 23rd time in 25 outings. Lucius Allen tossed in 19 points, had 13 assists and made six steals as Los Angeles rallied from a 10- point third-quarter deficit. Charlie Scott led Phoenix with 28 points. Rookie John Drew scored 27 points for Atlanta and Dwight Jones added 18. Spencer Hay- wood led Seattle with 18 points. 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