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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, December 24, 1974 Minor hockey results Murry Redman collected his fourth shutout of the year as lie blanked the Raiders and hdped the Kings to a 6-0 win. Ron MacDonald and Ralph Quint paced the Kings' attack with a pair of goals each, while Brian Kowalko and Dale Belsher added singles. In other Bantam B action. Hub Thomson had a hat trick to lead his Bruins to a 6-3 triumph over the Coaldale Heps in an exhibition game. Stewart Thompson, Danny Orich and Dean Callimore had the other Bruin goals while Brian Murakami, Neil McRae and Andy Uytdewilligen scored for the losers. The Blackhawks ran the score to 6-3 against Cardston A's Saturday in a Bantam A game. Gary Degroot scored twice! for the winners while single efforts went to Clarence Taal, Brent Belsher, Roy Hood and Stan Sawicki. Tim Tailfeathers, Mike Ommerfelt and Eldon Carlson scored for Cardston. In Bantam B play the Ramblers dumped the Hornets 5-1. Jamie Coghlin Fill up the holidays with many happy memories. Our thanks for letting us serve you. From Martin, Jim, Malcolm, Bill, Hector and Dale NORBRIDGE 66 SERVICE scored two for the winners and Barry Coghlin, Lome LillemO and Bob Richardson added one each. James Szucs was the lone Hornet marksman. Stewart Aiken picked up the shutout as the Rangers bested the Eagles 2-0 in Bantam B play. Lonny Kucheran and Keith Aiken were the goal scorers. In Pee Wee play Friday the Falcons doubled the score on the Sabres 4-2. Mike Manson scored two for the winners while Cam Provick and David Bodell add- ed single goals. Charles Cockrill scored both goals for the losers. Rick Arelis scored for the Pintos and Geoff Pakuski replied for the Flames as the two teams battled to a 1-1 draw in Pee Wee action Friday. Damberger, Simmons at Princeton Two Lethbridge hockey players are presently playing with the Princeton Universi- ty hockey team. Jim .Damberger, starting his third season on defence, is one of the mainstays of the blue line corps for Princeton and was the leading scorer among their defencemen last year. Colin Simmons is the backup goaltender for the Princeton Tigers and Is a graduate of the LCI in Lethbridge. Damberger was once a member of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings hockey club. Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALLING Opal Taylor 310 Jean Christie 295 Mary Blair 263 Marie Barnett 295; Bunny Anderson 292 Ruby Oseen 258 Helen Brown 271; B. J. Takacs 262; Diane Smith 249; Jen Hegi 253; Ann Chanda 248; Marg Seefried 245; Rose Cropley 246 Eloise Ives 241. CIVIL SERVICE Blair Nicholson 235; Linda Beasley Agnes Sinclair 236 Byron Hirsche 239; Ron Deak 285; Mike Prokop 263; John Erickson 262; Jenny Feher 310; Tom Snow 263; Ken May 242 Bernice Hay 273 Y.B.C. JUNIORS Darryl Bailey 218; Terry Hamilton 210; Karen Ludwig 214; James Szarko 246: Cathy Ferguson 226; Rick Link 206; Judy Rapuano 226: Randy Teichroeb 267; Billy Doyle 218; Terry Hamilton 210. Y.B.C. BANTAMS GIRLS Leanne Chanda 165; Lorraine McMurray 139: Sherry Kolibas 128; Shauna Noss 151; Mary Lou Donate 127; Renee Ives 126; Rosanne Jen- nings 123; Dianne Vaselenak 182; Donna Turner 140; Paula Jennings 135; Carol Tremel 136. BANTAM BOYS Cory Miller 147; Darcy Flexhaug 160; Brian Kolibas 196; Randy Tremel 149; Ross Andreachuk 165; Kirby Nishikawa 175; Victor Hrycyk 182; Raymond Brown 171. CAPRI BOWL SUNDOUIST Anne Serbie" 175; Joyce Andreachuck 220; Pat Plomp 168; Mel Seibert 214; Al Vargb 168: Hertha Matson 256; Jacqui Becktal 201; Jac- qui Klaus 179; Kay Woodman 199; Kay Mercer 184; Janet Koole 185. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Bill Collier 211; Gerry Mann 221; Smokey Home 219; Wendy Sera 218; Hank Teichroeb 242; Gord Diebert 289; Murray Orr 223; Vic Bawel 242; Bill Bonhage 247; Ed Sells 210. DOUG'S Gale Hamrnel 251; Ann Duval 226; Carole Feldbusch 256; Marg Dyck 276; Judy Michelborg 272; Joyce Witwicki 248; Joyce Bach 256: Gwen Fikus 260; Bev Pollard 256; Allison Wiebe 236. A.G.T. Frank Tuttle 311 Jerry Areshenko 238; Linda Aspeslet 344 Marie Rajala 265; Brian Murkin 247; Liz Robertson 242; Art Parks 242; Gloria Balazs 266; Gail Parks 277; Chris Ell 255 FRIDAY MIXED Marion Triska 242; Gary Thompson 252, Bill Cahoon 267; Kay Wheeler 245; Roy Sewers 243; Charlie Kiely 253; Merylen Bunnage 241; Earl Doucette 275; Don Ross 246; Wilt Lake 238. MORNING COFFEE Judy Erickson 260, Myrna Kurina 243, Sharna Unser 243. Verne Wolden 292, Norma Wall 238, Bev Harrison 261, Delia Perason 346, Connie Baceda 278, Donnis Foder 247, Sheila Schikowsky 288. MARTINIZING Elsie Brown 253, Linda Vrabel 288, Pat Henderson ,306. Kay Castle 261, Judy Tamayose 285, Lynn Baker 246. Judy Horlacher 242. Adele Pizzingrilli 246, Barb Jarvie 212. Marilda Brown 209. WINSTON CHURCHILL Gordon Besseling 214. Holly Waselenak 226. Brett Townsend 207. Murray Vickers 232, Laura Scroggie 226. GREENS SHOES Sally Trone 297 Manny Aviles 289 Norm Tolley 276 Eleanor Dorigatti 333 Phyl Harrison 294 AI Unrau 288 Nadine Kovacs 293 Jerry Mezie 282, Kay Wheeler 284. Bert Mezei 275 J.C.C.A. Richard Tanaka 329, Pam Tanaka 255, Masa Goshinmon 259, Shig Goshinmon 304 Sumi Medoruma 271 'Jim Higa 299 Harumi Fujita 285 Wimp Nakamura 281, Shinob Tanaka 291. Arch Miyauchi 250. Glen Tanaka 258 Y.B.C. FAMILY TWOSOME Jet Kelly Kreutz 141, Linda Smith 152. Jody Freel 144, Cheryl Kreutz 126, Nancy Ferguson 117, Roy Ferguson 270 Jim Freel 218. Marilyn Christiansen 259, Dena Smith 260 Donna Jones 209. Bantam Girls Joannie Olnick 203; Judy Cop- pieters 168. Lorenda Holmes 198, Loralee Burwash 168, Shelly Hovey 168. Sid Pollock 240. Art Joevenazzo 253, Linda Erlendson 211. Maureen Ferguson 223. Norm Tolley 278 Jet Boys David Mann 182. Colin Wiebe 178. Mark Wright 244. Tommy Doyle 167. Craig Ellis 160. Adults Gerry Mann 243, Moe Martin 237, Shirley Hertlein 266 LeRoy Hovey 237. Randy Hofield 245. Kodiaks are undefeated in Conference games Statistics released by the Alberta College Athletic Basketball Conference show the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks and Mount Royal Cougars of Calgary are the only undefeated teams in the league. Both teams have only played twice thus far in the season, less than any other team in the league except SAIT who have also played two games. None of the Kodiaks are listed among the top five in league scoring this far but Shirley Yuill, despite having played only two games for the LCC Kodi'ettes is the sixth highest scorer on the distaff side of the ledger. Both the Kodiaks and the Kodiettes will return to action in conference play Jan. 8 with a game against SAIT in Calgary. They will then continue on to Edmonton for a game on the 9th, and into Grande Prairie for two games on the 10th and llth. ACAC MEN'S W NAIT............4 HOC MHC LCC MRC SAIT CLC GMCC ..........0 GPC............0 L F A PtS. 1 454 255 8 1 387 323 8 1 342 315 0 179 118 0 142 131 1 135 138 3 194 260 4 188 338 6 338 481 ACAC WOMEN'S W L F A PtS. ROC ............5 0 421 156 10 MHC............3 2 269 170 6 SAIT............2 0 90 57 4 CLC ............2 I 150 133 4 GPC............2 4 178 357 4 MRC............1 1 109 58 2 LCC............ 1 1 100 145 2 NAIT............1 4 98 200 2 GMCC ..........0 4 116 155 0 SCORING LEADERS GP Pts. 5 108 Kathy Webber, RDC. Laurie Martin, RDC Faith Rostad; MHC Faith Rostad. MHC Marg Wright. GPC Jan Brassard, RDC Shirley Yuill, LCC V SEASON'S for a very Merry Christmas Happy New Year! On the way to all our customers, neighbors and friends, good wishes for a warm, wonderful holiday. W. CZARNY HOMES Spectacular Holiday toolco: onALBUMS GREAT TOPES VALUES ON fHESE DEPARTMENT STORES t WVISIW Of f WOOIWMTH CO. LTD. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 20ih AVE. and MM. DRIVE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLOSED December 25 and 26 OPEN Friday December 27, a.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. Monday Tuesday a.m. to p.m.' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED RfPJOlllOfiyOURKOItyfKfUNOEO ;