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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 3, 1975 BOOK YOUR DISNEYLAND EASTER VACATION NOW For all your travel contact" ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 "The Herald- Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lmr Lnil Tin llrol (hopping lull 'LitbbrNM, Altai, nm (403) 321-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS KODIAK COACH BEN BROOKS COUNSELS HIS TEAM DURING A TIME OUT Locals run by Grant MacEwan 105-49 Kodiaks' AC AC record now 10-0 By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks ran their Alberta College Athletic Conference record to 10 0 Saturday with a convincing 105 49 win over Grant MacEwan Griffiths. Once the game passed the half way point, with the Kodiaks leading 56 25, the only questions that remained to be answered were, could the Kodiaks pass the 100 point mark and could they hold Grant MacEwan to under 50 points? The answer to both questions was yes. As easy a time as the Kodiaks had in their game the Kodiettes had just as easy, if not easier, time in their contest against the Grant MacEwan girl's team. The Kodiettes won their ninth game of the ACAC season against one loss when they buried Grant MacEwan girls 78 -15. By half time in the Kodiette game Grant MacEwan had managed only two points, that basket coming 12 minutes into the game. Kodiette coach Ray Stoddard seemed at a loss at what to do in order to keep the game respec- table. He pulled out his high scoring forward Shirley Yuill early in the first half and only put her back into the game with a few minutes remaining, and he went to his bench consistently throughout the contest. But it didn't matter, the Kodiettes just kept rolling along. Despite sitting out most of the game Yuill still managed to fire home 21 same total as Shelley Reeder, the other Kodiette listed among the league's top 10 scorers. Two other LCC gals hit the double figure mark as both Doreen Gurney and Jan Paton accounted for 10 points apiece. The Kodiettes hit 38% from the floor while the hapless Grant MacEwan girls could only manage, to hit on seven of 42 shots from the field. Gail Chubb was the top scorer for the visitors with six points and Shirley Wolfe had five. Only one other gal, Mary Anne Clarke hit the scoresheet for Grant MacEwan, she had two points. The Kodiettes were much sharper in the pass- ing department Saturday afternoon than they were Friday evening and they also played far more aggressively'defencively, causing a great number of turnovers. In the Kodiak Griffith contest, all the Kodiaks but one hit the scoresheet and five made it into double figures. Greg Hess was top man in the point depart- ment hooping 23 points for the winners. He also led the team in rebounds, pulling in 13, five more than runner up Wayne Anderson. Kendon Eakett, perhaps the individual star of the game if one could be selected from the po- tent Kodiak scoring machine, fired home 15 points as well as making the Kodiak offence click with some fine play making. Dave Preus added 14 points to go with his rebounding total of seven. Tied with 12 points apiece were John Jasiukiewicz and Glenn Schuler. Kodiak coach Ben Brooks was encouraged by his club's rebounding recovery after a medicore first half against the. taller Grant MacEwan squad. He" pointed to his stat sheets that showed the Kodiaks barely holding their own in the first half, but completely dominating the boards dur- ing the second stanza. "We had 20 turnovers during the game but we also had 20 Brooks stated. "I'm satisfied with an even balance between tur- novers and interceptions. It's, always nice to have more interceptions, but a balance such as we have here cancels out any errors that were made." Curtis Travis, who hauled in six rebounds, just missed the double figure mark, ramming in nine points. Bill Peterson was the scoring star of the game for Grant MacEwan, collecting a total of 22 points. While he hit on only five of 19 from the floor he was good on 12 for 17 from the foul line. An interesting aspect to the game was the number of men who fouled out. Grant MacEwan had four men leave early and the Kodiaks had two. MacEwan's coach seemed to feel his team was being picked on foul wise but an examina- tion of the stat sheet shows his boys collected 37 fouls to 31 fay the Kodiaks. While the referees were calling a tight game, they were calling it both ways. There was no room for complaint. Kodiaks continue to roll past the opposition in league play and their goal of reaching the Cana- dian championship finals, held for the first time on a college level this year, seems to be becom- ing a realistic reality. REBOUNDS Two Grant MacEwan men were tied for second in the scoring with six points apiece, Henry Van Doesburg and Jim Blake Blake is a hard working guard who is a real assest to the northern ball club public address announcer Roy Thurston has a knack for making even the reporting of a basket interesting... he is never reluctant to praise the work of the radio arts students who video tape every Kodiak and Kodiette game either Doreen Gurney hit a number of fancy hook shot type layups during'the girls game for the Kodiaks Shirley Wolfe was the only gal who seemed to be operating with any confidence for the MacEwan girls John Jasiukiewicz had one of his highest scoring games of the season despite fouling out with 14 minutes left to play.. Wendell Cahoon and Bruce Hamilton both had seven points for the Kodiaks Guy Pomahac had the best shooting average, hitting on two of three shots Hess was 10 for 18 Hamilton was five for seven at the foul stripe Kodiaks and Kodiettes next action will be Feb. 5 at Medicine Hat. Clubs surprise Cougars, Bruins By THE CANADIAN PRESS Last-place Winnipeg Clubs conquered two tennis on their weekend British Columbia road trip, including Victoria Cougars, western division leaders. The Clubs turned in a stan- dout defensive effort Saturday as they posted a 4-3 upset over the Cougars. On Sunday the Clubs held on for a 5-4 victory over New Westminster Bruins even though Bruins outshot them 45-23. In other WCHL games Saturday, Regina Pats down- ed Medicine Hat Tigers 5-3 and Kamloops Chiefs defeated Saskatoon Blades 7-4. In Sun- day action, Calgary Centen- nials beat Regina 4-2, Victoria edged Kamloops 4-3 and Flin Flon Bombers took a 6-4 win over Edmonton Oil Kings. In New Westminster, the outstanding goaltending of Lome Molleken saved the Clubs. Winnipeg captain Kelly Greenbank scored twice for the Clubs who had period leads of 2-1 and 3-2. Larry Skinner. Grant Eakin and Diiryi Sutlon picked up the other Winnipeg goals. Scoring for the Bruins were Harold Phillipoff, Mike Sleep, Clayton Pachal and Bob McNeice. Victoria continued to dominate Kamloops Sunday. Kamioops has won 19 games, lost three and tied one on home ice this sea.snn and all three losses were at the hands of Victoria. The Cougars scored twice within 50 seconds midway through the third period for the winning margin. Victoria led 2-1 after the first period and the teams were tied 2-2 after 40 minutes. In Flin Flon Sunday, Steve Montgomery's goal early in the third period and an empty- net insurance tally by Rick Dorman provided Flin Flon with its win over Edmonton. The other Flin Flon marksmen were Scott Williams with two and Ken Davis and Rick Gosselin with singles. FLIN FLON 6 EDMONTON 4 First Period: 1. Edmonton, Lecuyer 2. Flin Flon. Williams (Davidson) ,3. Flin Flon. Williams (Watson. McDill) 4_. Flin Flon, Davis (Kuntz, Williams) Penalties Ballingai F. Olson E (minors, majors) E Dorman F. Maze E Swales E Marines F. Peterson E (minors, majors) Sadler E Dorman F. Bobyck E (minors, Morrow E (misconduct) Second Period: 5. Edmonton, MacDonald (Phillips) 6. Edmon- ton, t Peterson (Lecuyer, Rissllng) Flin Flon, Gosselin (Watson) 8. Edmonton. Currie (Lecuyer, Perkins) Penalties Lecuyer E McDIII F Oorman F Johnston E Fleming F. Rissling E (minors, Lecuyer E (misconduct) Third Period: 9. Flin Flori. Montgomery (Gosselin, Reader) 10. Flin Flon. Dorman (McDill, Gosselin) Penalties Dorman F (minor, misconduct) Lecuyer E Lecuyer E Watson F Marinos F, Olson E Shott on goal by Edmonton 7 15 Flin Flon 17 13 Goal Flin Flon; Soelart. Edmonton. Attendance 1.040. WINNIPEG 5 NEW WEST 4 First Period: 1. New Westminster, Phillipoff (lofthouse, Maxwell) 2. Winnipeg, Skinner (Blumenscheln, Samis) 3. Winnipeg, Green- bank (Blumenschein, Skinner) Penalties None. Second Period: 4. Winnipeg, Eakln (Hanslord, Meagher) i. New Westminster. Sleep (Phillipolf, Berry) Penalties McNeice NW Cameron NW Third Period: 6. New Westminster. McNeice (Phillipoff, Berry) 7. Winnipeg. Sutton (Bridges) 8. Winnipeg, Greenbank (Samls) 9. New Westminster, Pachal (Sleep, McNeice) Penalty Schamehorn NW Shots on goal by: Winnipeg 10 6 7-23 New Westminster 14 14 Goal Molleken, Winnipeg; Lax- ton, Now Westminster. Attendance 1.979. VICTORIA t KAMLOOPS 3 First Period: 1. Victoria. Cairns (Gustafson, Fraser) 2. Kamloops, Lyseng (Kerf, Moores) 3. Victoria, Bridgman (Lucas. Williams) Penalties Cairns V McAloney K Second Ptriod: 4. Kamloops, Gassofl Penalties Cairns V Earp K Young K Fraser V Third Period: 5. Victoria, Bowles (Sanderson) 6. Victoria, Fraser (Hill) 7. Kamloops. McDonald (Morin) Penalties Morin K Topolinsky K Cairns V Moores K Shots on goal by: Victoria 12 10 Kamloops 16 13 Goal Leslie. Victoria: Earp, Kamloops. Attendance 2.134. SUNDAY CALGARY. S REGINA 1 First Period: 1. Calgary. Leslander (Ashby) Penalties Wirachowsky R Bandura C Glendinning C Qrauer R Second 2. Regina, Tudor (Faulkner) 3. Regina, Minor (Tudor) Penalties -r Tudor R Faulkner R Joly R Hodgson C Wirachowsky R, Fynn C (majors) Third Period: 4. Calgary, Fylfe (Bandura) 5. Calgary, Ashby (Hodgson, Lalonde) 6. Calgary. Fynn Penalties Harazny R Tldball R Lalonde C Bandura C Shots on goal by: Regina 119 Calgary 12 9 Goal Stanlowskl, Regina; Hendrick, Calgary. Attendance Golden Suns lose twice, The Pass wins its second TABER (CP) Three goals by George Wright led Red Deer Rustlers to an 8 5 triumph over Taber Golden Suns in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Sunday afternoon. The teams were tied 2 2 at the end of the first period and 4 4 going into the final frame. Gordon Gustafson led Red Deer with two goals, with Terry Wittchen, Kevin Joll, and Grant Stefura adding singles. Rockie Saganiuk got three goals for Taber with Chris McMasters and Don Renner adding singles. Red Deer outshot Taber 44 36. Taber took 23 of 15 minor penalties and two majors while Red Deer had one ma- jor- Saturday Spruce Grove Mets dominated virtually every minute of the game as they trounced Taber 8 2. Paul Messier and Brent Sims had two each for the winners, while Murray Dea, Wayne Turner, Kelly Bunn and Tony Lecuyer added singles. Randy Joevenazzo and Darcy Virostek scored for Taber. The Mets outshot Taber 40 27 and led 3 -1 after the first period and 4-1 after the second. Ron Rose scored his second goal of the game at of overtime Sunday giving Drumhelier Falcons a 6 5 win over Spruce Grove Mets. Dave Scott scored the winn- ing goal for Calgary Canucks with 37 seconds remaining to give his team a 5 r 4 come from behind victory over Drumheller Falcons in Satur- day night in Calgary. The Canucks, behind 2 0 after the first period and 4 0 after the second, scored five unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes for the victory. The game was marred by a wild brawl which erupted with nine seconds left in the game. It resulted in 11 players being ejected from the game, six for Drumheller and five for Calgary. Other Canucks scorers were Wayne Sherger, Mike Bachynski, Peter McMahon and Mike Mclvor. Merlin Melanoski scored two goals for Drumheller and Roger Mitchell and Dan Laslo scored singles. Darryl Sutler scored three goals to edge the Red Deer Rustlers to a 7 6 win over The Pass Red Devils in Blair- more Saturday night. Red Deer led 4 2 at the end of the first period, and the clubs were tied 5 S at the end of the second. Rod Pimm had two for Red Deer, with George Wright and Barry Lassiter adding singles. Scoring for The Pass were Terry Solonski with two, and George Baut, Tom McMasters, Kent Lassiter, and John Hawkins with singles. The teams split four ma- jors, with Red Deer collecting 13 of 20 minor penalties. The Pass outshot Red Deer 65 54. On Sunday, the Red Devils won their second game of the Alberta Junior Hockey League season dumping Calgary Canucks 7 2. George Baut and Hal ANDY CAPP Papke, with two goals each, led the Red Devils who have lost 42 games and tied one in 45 starts this season. They have 15 regular season games remaining. Other Red Devil goals went to Ray Myers, John Hawkins and Dave Lund as The Pass held period leads of 2 -1 and 3 -2. INCIDENTALLY, PET, YOU A NICE WHITE TABLECLOTH F08 YOUR BIRTHDAY YOU MUM- 'E'S P. JUST BURNT A NASTY GREAT'OLE 'N IT ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Saskatoon ...27 14 8 253 185 62 Lethbridge ..21 20 4 209 215 46 26 3 187 204 45 Brandon.....1825 6 195 22B 42 FlinFlon.....13 27 7 173 261 33 Winnipeg ....12 33 8 179 297 32 Western Division Victoria .....35 13 Med Hat ....30 13 Gaels take 51-39 win It was a quiet night on the high school basketball scene Saturday as only four games were played, all of them in the Southwest Conference. Mike Girbav fired in 20 points and Clarence Sincennes added 10 to lead Kate Andrews Gaels to a 51 39 win over Claresholm Cobras. Tim Cisar had 10 points for Claresholm, who trailed 32 21 at the half. In.other varsity boys play, Stirling Lakers erased a 17 -11 halftime deficit to down Milk River Comets 39 30. Dick Qupn had nine points to lead the winners while Gordon Ellert also had nine for Milk River. In junior varsity action, Cameron French scored 15 points to lead Kate Andrews Wildcats to a 39 27 win over Claresholm. Mike Anderson paced Claresholm with 12 points. In a girls game, Bonnie Stanko notched 13 points and Carol French added nine as the Kate Andrews Larks dumped Claresholm Chinooks 45 16. Carolyn MacOdrum had six points for Claresholm. 4 309 193 74 3 257 168 63 Kamloops ...27 16 4 235 187 58 New West ...23 16 10 225 194 56 Edmonton ...20 18 6 211 191 46 Calgary ......8 34 7 167 277 23 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Pt> Philadelphia .32 11 7 178 107 71 Rangers.....26 15 10 210 166 62 Islanders ....21 17 13 172 139 55 Atlanta......22 20 10 147" 149 64 Smythe Division Vancouver.. .26 20 5 174 159 57 Chicago.....24 22 5 164 148 53 St. LOUiS....19 22 9 161 179 47 Minnesota ...13 30 6 133 215 32 Kansas City.. 10 34 6 124 216 26 Morris Division Montreal ....30 9 13 240 145 73 Los Angeles .29 9 13 178 112 71 Pittsburgh ...20 19 11 204 190 51 Detroit ......13 27 10 148 198 36 Washington...4 42 5 109 265 13 Adams Division Buffalo......33 11. 7 225 157 73 Boston......27 14 10 232 151 64 Toronto .....19 25 7 170 200 45 California.... 12 "33 914121433 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A PIJ Quebec .....32 17 0 207 158 64 Toronto .....27 20 2 210 181 56 Edmonton ...24 17 2 162 145 50 Vancouver...22 23 2 143 155 46 Winnipeg .20 22 2 174 156 44 Eastern Division N.England ..27 19 2 165 168 56 Cleveland ...21 26 2 140 157 44 Chicago 18 30 1 166 19637 Indianapolis .10 36 3 108 199 23 Western Division Houston.....31 16 0218 14862 Phoenix____25 20 6 179 165 56 Minnesota ...26 20 0 192 154 50 San Diego ...23 20 1 156 151 47 Baltimore.... 13 33 311720429 WEEKEND HOCKEY SATURDAY National Montreal 5 Los Angeles 3 NY Islanders 4 Detroit 1 Pittsburgh 4 St. Louis 4 Minnesota 3 Kansas City 2 Philadelphia 6 Buffalo 0 Vancouver 5 Washington 2 NY Rangers 4 Chicago 1 World Houston 6 Chicago 5 Phoenix 8 Baltimore 1 Quebec 2 Indianapolis 1 Western International Portland 4 Cranbrook 3 Kimberley 6 Spokane 3 Nelson 6 Trail 4 Western Canada Regina 5 Medicine Hat 3 Kamloops 7 Saskatoon 4 Winnipeg 4 Victoria 3 Alberta Junior Calgary 5 Drumheiler 4 Red Deer 7 Pass 6 Spruce Grove 8 Taber 2 B.C. Junior Langley 5 Nanaimo 3 Peniicton 5 Kelowna 3 Chilliwack 5 Vernon 2 SUNDAY National NY Islanders 1 Chicago 1 Boston 5 Philadelphia 1 NY Rangers 5 Detroit 5 Montreal 5 California 1 Buffalo 8 Kansas City 1 Atlanta 5 Minnesota 3 World Houston 5 Baltimore 2 Minnesota 5 Winnipeg 4 Edmonton 4 Chicago 3 Quebec 4 Cleveland 3 Vancouver 4 Toronto 2 Western International Cranbrook 3 Portland 1 Western Canada Calgary 4 Regina 2 Flin Flon 6 Edmonton 4 Winnipeg 5 New Westminster 4 Victoria 4 Kamloops 3 Alberta Junior Pass 7 Calgary 2 Drumheller 6 Spruce Grove 5 Red Deer 8 Taber 5 B.C. Junior Penticton 5 Bellingham 4 Merrill 7 Kelowna 5 Nanaimo 6 Vernon 3 W.C.H.L. ACTION LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS vs CALGARY CENTENNIALS Tues., Feb. 4-8 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st Ave S Phoru 327-6886 or 327 4445 ;