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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 4, 1975 THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD 11 Bowling banter DARWIN ROMANCHUK At Holiday Bowl, Darwin Romanchuk captured the coveted bowler of the month' award with some out- standing pin battering he rolled 329 and 903 and 303 and 828 in Commercial Men's, had 348 and 853 in Young Adults and 358 and a four game total of in CFCN Triples for one of the best individual ef- forts of the year A red hot Dianne Violini took the women's bowler of the week laurels with a big 410 In other men's league play, Shinob Tanaka had 350 and 753 in Knights of Columbus, Merylen Bunnage 361 in Hamilton, Guy Brown 301 in Bendix, Brent Chambers 301 Norm Greenwood 740 tri- ple in Alcon, Ivan Willis 763 in Automatic Electric, Reg Ar- nold 336 and 764 in CJOC, In women's league action, Linda Malcomson paced Young Adults with 323 and 777, Carol Hall had a fine 311 and 814 in Knights of Columbus, Jean Passey 291 and 772 and Mary Ward-291 in Dairy Queen, Karlyn Spitzer a 709 triple in Bendix, Mitch Bechthold 335 and Bea Salmon 306 and 747 in Speedys, Vi Con- nors 329 and 737 and. Dena Smith 297 and 755 in Holiday Village Carole Homulos paced Eagles with 286 and 735, At Capri Bowl, Bob Noss nailed down the bowler of the month award with his finest hour of the year in. Bankers he clicked for a 336 single and an 811 triple which sent him zooming 307 big pins over his average Karen Willms took the women's bowler of the week crown with 329 and 689 in Green's Shoes, 275 pins over her average honorable mention to Cindy Pedrini in Young Adults with 342 and 763 Jerry Areshenko led ACT with 309 and a solid 821 triple with Keith McCurdy's 312 and 765 leading Friday Mixed Other week's leaders were Henry Bechthold with 282 and 700 in the Pioneer League, Ken David 311 and 716 and Rick Barva 295 and 793 in Monday Mixed, Bill Hamilton 308 and 733 in Gordie's, Stu Nyquist 291 in Canbra Foods, with Brett Townsend'? 324, a In women's action, Masa Goshinmon had 329 and 818 to pace JCCA, Betty Tomiyama adding 285 and 794, with 291's by Brenda Duce and Laverne Schow leading NuMode Homes Pat Plomp's 289 and 709 led Sundquist Construction with Mel Seibert's 693 triple high in Thursday Mixed Allison Wiebe had 302 and 791, Ber- nice Schlaht 295 in Doug's, BOB NOSS single and 986 triple that's a three game average of 328 in Knights of Columbus Cyril Miron was a solid choice among the men, rolling 306 and 751 in Monday. Golden Age, 226 pins over his average, and 358 in CHEC Golden Age big outings in Commercial Men were Jack Smeed 358 and 844, John Kovacs 324 and 829, Les Dyke 330 and 853, John Wildman 307 and 860 and Ken Malcomson 310 and 819. Steve Pedersen 378 and for four games, Roy Cun- ningham 361 and Fred Milner 330, Ken Larson 303 and and Jack Smeed 319 and in CFCN, Von Ten- nant 313 and 772 in CPR, and Glen Whiteside a 736 triple in ADA. Grace McPike had 302 and 751 and Kathy Mueller 304 and 702 in CJOC with Karen Holm burning up Alpine Drywall with 360, a new season high, and 700 Joan Norris added a 290 Leaders in CFCN were Dianne Violini, certainly one of Alberta's top trundlers, with 311 and for four, Linda Malcomson 301 and Jean Passey 310, Erma McGuire 314 and Karlyn Spitzer 339 and and Jeanette Smeed 360 and Hugh Christie hit the high spots in Green's, 366 and 806, for the men's bowler of the week with Keith McCurdy gaining honorable mention with 312 and 765 in Friday Mixed Earl Armour click- ed for 291 and 784 in Green's and Jim Higa led JCCA with 287 and 720 Duane Spitzer's 297 and 745 paced Bankers with George Matchett posting 331 and 719 in Thursday Mixed. 302 by Garry Lohuis and Bill Todd's 292 and 707 high in Young Adults YBC play was led by junior Randy Paskuski 270 and 457 and ban- tam Brent Cardson 226 in Fri- day Schools, while in Saturday YBC Jet boys were led by Edward Baines 173 and Jet girls Sonya Decaire 164, ban- tams Don Tinordi 238, Les Hertlein 231 and Heather Brand 217. with Linda Vrabel's 299 and 701 and a 722 by Jean Passey tops in Imperial Fashions Wednesday Coffee leaders were Norma Wall with 303, Bev Harrison 302 and 707 and Bernice Pavan 301, while the week's best in Monday Senior Citizens were Ann Reid's 264 and a 672 triple by Pat Plomp. Sandra Hunt starred in NuMode Homes with a 772 triple. Pride hurt sitting on MINNEAPOLIS (AP) John Mackey, a former professional football player, told a federal court judge Monday that it hurt his pride to sit on the bench. "Salary wasn't the most im- porlanl Mackey testified al the outsel of a law- suit aimed at giving the players more freedom in sign- ing with the team of their choice. "It was pride. They couldn't pay me enough for sitting on the bench." Sixteen current and former National Football League players are challenging the league's Rozelle Rule. The case, brought as an anti-trust action against the league and its 26 teams, is being heard without a jury by Judge Earl Larson of the United States district court.. The Rozelle Rule covers the cases in which a player declines to sign a contract and plays out his option year, thus becoming a free agent and eligible to negotiate with other teams. But in the event the two clubs don't agree on terms, commissioner Pete Rozelle is empowered to step in and decide which players or draft choices shall go to the team losing the player. The NFL Players' Associa- tion says the rule unfairly restricts a player's ability to set his own terms and amounts to forced servitude. The organization contends thai teams are wary of sign- ing a free agent because they have no idea whom the com- missioner might take in ex- change. Mackey, who signed with Baltimore Colts in 1963, said a player should be able to sign with a team where he can be a regular instead of riding the bench. Mackey played for the Colts nine years, then was sent to San Diego Chargers. Broncos face three big games this week The lease isn't up but the Lethbridge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League will soon have to vacate the Sportsplex, at least for a couple of weeks. To say it will be the supreme test would be an understatement of gigantic propor- tions. Broncos have not had all that much success on the road this year so they don't look forward to straying from friendly grounds unless absolutely necessary. This time it is necessary as the Canada Winter Games move into town and take over the Sportsplex for two weeks. "But right now we have three big games this week we have to concentrate said coach Earl Ingarfield Monday. Broncos are at home this evening to the vastly improved Calgary Centennials. They travel to Calgary for a return engagement Thursday and then await the arrival of the Medicine Hat Tigers Sunday afternoon. After the Tigers' visit it's off on the road. That part of the schedule Ingar- field will leave until later. Calgary got off to one of its worst starts in their WCHL history this year and to date they have won but eight games. are not to be taken cautions Ingarfield. Centennials got past the Broncos 5-3 the last time the two clubs met in the Cowtown. At home the Broncos ruled.7-2 Boxing Day and Ingarfield would like nothing better than a repeat perfor- mance from his .charges. Broncos, at that time were playing with the services of Bryan Trottier and Brian Sutler. They will be without Sutler this time around as we'll. "Right now rest is Ihe Ihing Sutler says the coach. "He's gone home for a few days but may skate by this weekend. It is not likely that he will play. Broncos will be closer to full strength than they were in their last outing last Fri- day against Regina Pats. Forward Gary Wagner and blueliner Russ Hall will be in the line-up this evening. Centennials, not used to Ihe league cellar, knocked off Ihe same Pals Sunday night in Calgary and would like nothing' better than to be two-slraight going home Thursday. Ingarfield agrees lhal Ihe Cents can'l be taken lightly at all. "They have a young club that is just starting lo come around. II has laken a while but things are beginning lo he says. And anolher poinl Ingarfield' emphasizes is Ihe facl lhat Ed Hendricks of the Cents is as good a goallender as there is in Ihe league. "Lei Ihe Centennials gel Iwo or Ihree goals up on you and see whal stated Ingarfield strongly. "Hendricks slams the door on you and it's all over for the night." Game time tonight is set for eight o'clock. Sunday's game against the Tigers has been moved forward to two in the after- noon to allow Winter Games officials to begin preparing the Sportsplex. Advance tickels for Ihe Medicine Hal game are on sale daily al the Sportsplex ticket office between one and five each afternoon. Meanwhile the league scoring derby between leader Mel Bridgman of Victoria Cougars and closest challengers Bryan Trottier of the Broncos and Don Murdoch of Medicine Hat Tigers has now become a mathemalical chase. .Bridgman maintained a comfortable lead during the past week lifting his season tolals lo 47 goals and 64 assists for 111 points. Trottier moved back into se- cond spot with 101 points including a league leading 68 assists, while Murdoch slipped to third place with 98 poinls including 58 goals besl in Ihe WCHL. There is one other crucial slatislic amid the scoring hunt. Cougars have only 18 games remaining in the WCHL's regular schedule while Tigers and Broncos both have 24 games left and thal's where malhematics will enter inlo Ihe individual poinl lotals of the respective leaders. Murdoch's 58th goal Saturday against Regina established a new WCHL record for goals by a rookie. The old record of 57 was set by Ron Fairbrother of Saskatoon Blades in 1967-68. Biggest advance of Ihe week was made by Blades' Bernie Federko who jumped from llth to sixlh place in scoring. Federko now has 81 poinls on 29 goals and 52 assisls. Saskatoon goaltender Bill Oleschuk con- tinued lo lead his peers in goals-againsl average for Ihe fifth week in a row wilh a 3.30 performance. Ken Holland of Medicine Hal al 3.51 and Bob Leslie of Vic- toria at 3.55 presenl Ihe closesl threal lo Oleschuk's lead among goaltenders who have played or more minutes. Oleschuk, Mark Earp of Kamloops, Ed Slaniowski of Regina and Jerry Farwell of Medicine Hal slill share Ihe shulout lead with Iwo apiece. SCORING LEADERS GAP Bridgman, Vic ........................47 64 111 Trottier, Leth .........................33 68 101 Murdoch. Med Hat....................58 40 98 Lucas. Vic :...........................41 42 83 Faulkner. Res........................39 43 82 Kederko, 52 81 Morris. Vic ...........................31 49 80 Ashby. Cal ...........................35 43 78 Sassoff. Kam.........................35 42 77 Gosselin. FFIn ........................32 45 77 HAPPY GARY GROH AND HIS WIFE Minor hockey Brooks besled the Labor Club Bees 8-5 Salurday in a Banlam Spud League contest John Jacobson, Gordie Tail, Darrin Chaki, Brian Kanewischer and Ken Rominiuk scored for the Bees. The Brooks goal scorers were unavailable. In Warner over Ihe weekend Ihe Milk River Mites defeated Ihe Raymond Mites 8 -1. Russ Bornbroek scored five big goals for the victors and Lyle Losey added two. A single marker went to Lyle Thompson. Gary Jensen scored the lone Raymond goal. Milk River Pee Wees dropped a 4 2 contest to Great Falls Pee Wees Satur- day. Terry Bryan scored twoce for the American team and Stan Ekness and Barry Munns picked up one goal. Dennis McCoy and Clifford Bornbrock were Ihe Milk River goal getters. Sunday Milk River reversed things and upended Great Falls 9 0 behind the shutout goallending of Byron Osing. Jessie Doenz scored the hat Irick for Ihe Milk River boys and Clifford Bornbrock, Richard Bornbrock and Jack Bill all scored Iwo apiece. The Bruins defeated the Eagles 3-1 Monday night in Bantam B action. Bob Thomson scored Iwo for the winners and Mark Foder add- ed the remaining goal. David Bennett scored the lone Eagle marker. In a Little Spud League game Sunday, Lloyd Krikke had a hal trick to lead the Lethbridge Midget Colts to a 6 5 win over Brooks Midget B's. Tom Block, Glen Lef- fingwell, and Jeff Takayasu had Ihe other Colt goals. Barry Smith and Bob Medway scored twice each for Brooks while Tim Timmons picked up a single. Hockey Hounds win Dianne Boullon and Tammy Garrett scored three goals each to pace the Hockey Hounds Supremes to a 7 0 win over Bow Island in a Southern Alberta Midget Girls Hockey League game at the Civic Centre. Palmer just close HONOLULU (AP) The disappointmenl of slill another victory that escaped Arnold Palmer is forgotten but he is seeking his next golf tille as eagerly as ever. "I've had disappointments said Palmer, 45, after he had charged into a late tie for Ihe lop, Ihen lei ob- scure Gary Groh escape wilh the tille Monday in Ihe 000 Hawaiian open golf lour- namenl. "I'm not gonna quil or give up jusl because I lost a golf Palmer said. "I've losl a lot of golf lourna- menls. And I've had my dis- appoinlmenls before. Palmer said he's looking forward to the 90-h'oie, five- day Bob Hope Deserl Classic in Palm Springs, Calif., which begins Wednesday. It's Ihe last title Palmer won, two years ago, a tournament he has won five times and one he admits holds a special attrac- tion for him. But while Palmer is looking to the hexl evenl, Ihe 30-year- old Groh, a career slruggler whose previous big cheque was for is alrnosl un- believably stealing glances at Ihe prize he picked up wilh Ihe victory. "This plans my life for Ihe nexl Iwo Groh said. Groh has been a non-exempl player all his career. Gangsters win, Shaughnessy ties BURKA DROPPED FROM TEAM Three skaters are sent home WINNIPEG (CP) Three members of Canada's national speedskating team, including Sylvia Burka of Winnipeg, have been dropped from the squad for disciplinary reasons. Douglas Gordon of Winnipeg, chairman of the International Skating Committee of the Canadian Amateur Speedskating Association, said today Burka, Gerrald Cassan of Ottawa and Andrew Barron of Edmonton will be returned to Canada im- mediately and will not represent this country in anymore inter- national competitions this season. Mr. Gordon said Ihe action was taken because of actions detrimental to the team. He said there have been a number of incidents leading up to the decision. The three, who have been receiving financial assistance for their training, will receive no further monetary support from the association this year. However, they will be allowed to work their back onto the team next year, at their own expense, and will be permitted to compete in the Canadian championships this spring. Burka has been Canada's top jpeedskater for the last three years, winning a number of world class meets in Europe, in- cluding the world junior championship. Lethbridge Hotel got a scare from Shaughnessy Sun- day in Lethbridge and Districl Broomball League play, but managed to salvage a tie. Roger Mc'Adam scored wilh less lhan five minutes remain- ing to give Ihe Holelmen a 1-1 tie. McAdam's close-in shol also moved him into the lead in Ihe scoring race wilh a one point edge over Gus Fomradas. Tony Wolak scored for the Shaughnessy club who dominated the hard fought contest throughoul. Cily Hall Gangsters scored Iheir second win of the season and moved out of the cellar when they edged the Lethbridge Correctional In- slilule 2-1. Clay Richardson and Brenl Kozak scored for the winners while John Courloreille replied for the Institute. Vic Willms recorded his eleventh shulout of the season as Herman's Upholstery blanked the Knight Clubbers 2-0. Roger Handley and Hans Koenig scored both goals for the winners. Willms has allowed only four goals in 15 games. Ron Wall and Stu Dow scored for Ihe Eagles as they defeated Ace Building 2-0. Cam Hodgen was in goal for Ihe Eagles, who also had two goals disallowed. Southern Signs and Jaycee Jets battled lo a 2-2 deadlock wilh Jim Corey and Reg Coleman scoring for Soulhern Signs and Tracy Dow and Tom Greenway Ihe Jel marksmen. Brian Kriljanson picked up Ihe shutout as J and L Roofing edged the Miner's Library 1-0. Bill Howes scored the only goal of the game. Following are the standings and the scoring leaders: STANDINGS W T L .12 2 1 26 .10 4 1 24 .11 2 2 24 5 Leth. Hotel Herman's Upholstery J a L Roofing Shaughnessy......... 7 5 3 19 Miner's Library 6 4 5 16 Ace 3 6 15 Eagles 7 1 7 15 Jaycees Jets.......... 5 3 7 13 Soulhern Signs.......4 3 8. 11 Knight Clubbers 4 2 9 10 City Hall Gang........2 0 13 4 Leth. Corr. Inst........ 1 1 13 3 SCORING LEADERS GAP Roger McAdam......... 18 14 32 Gus Fornradas.......... 21 1031 Hugo Brees 9 6 15 Eugene Yamada 4 11 15 Bill Ressler............. 10 4 14 Rudy Fleischhauer...... 8 614 Tony Wolak 7 7 14 Willy Brees............. 8 5 13 Ben Schmold........... 7 6 13 Max Whitelord.......... 9 3 12 JimCorey.............. 8 4 12 Butch Lee.............. 4 8 12 AND STOP US" Coming to 1090 CHEC BENY'S MID-WINTER ThhSpacial Includes Sun Scope test Compression test Check points Check wiring Check spark plugs Check air filter Parts Extra FRONT END SPECIAL! MB" Here's what we do: ChMkMUeLto CMek ItMring font Ind (CMlMr, 6MNr, TM In) (Parts extra) FREEI With the above COOLINO SYSTEM CHICK AnWiMM Impact Water Pump impact Radiator Impact AN Hoaaa Adtuit Fan Deny Chevrolet Olds-mobile ftnriciDifirftMil 2 An. MM! Mh WreHS. MwmlM-1101 ;