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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuviday, February 4, 1975 Rangers' Gilbert moves to eighth MONTREAL (CP) Right winger Rod Gilbert returned with 'a flourish this weekend after a bout with the flu and continued his assault on the New York Rangers record book. After missing four National Hockey League games, Gilbert returned to action Saturday night in Chicago against the Black Hawks but failed to earn a point for the first time in nine games. But the 33-year-old's skating legs showed no ills effects at home Sunday afternoon as he scored four goals against De- troit Red Wings in a 5-5 tie. It was the second four-goal game of Gilbert's career, the first coming in Montreal Feb. 24, 1968, in a 6-1 win over the Canadiens. Gilbert, 33, already owns Ranger club records for most career goals with 334, assists with 485, points with 819, 20- goal seasons with 10 and 30- point seasons with 12. He has 29 goals and 36 Verbal agreement reached OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associ- ation (CAHA) has reached a tentative agreement with both the National Hockey League and the World Hockey Associ- ation concerning the drafting of under-age junior players, it was learned Monday. CAHA administrative direc- tor Pierre Turmel, said a ver- bal agreement reached between the CAHA and the two professional leagues prohibits the signing of junior players until they have ed their junior hockey eligibility." "In the past the NHL 'and the .WHA have signed 18-and 19-year-old players" when they have had two and one years respectively remaining in junior ranks, he said. Drafting of junior players by the. professional leagues takes place every June and Mr. Turmel says he hopes a formal agreement governing the draft can be signed before that time. Last year, 12 of the 77 junior players drafted by the NHL were under 20 while 5 of the 35 players signed by the WHA were not yet age when junior eligibility ends. Mr. Turmel said no definitive date had been set for the signing of the tentative agreement but CAHA officials are hoping it may be sometime in March. MILNER SIGNS NEW YORK (AP) First baseman John Milner and pitcher George Stone signed 1975 baseball contracts Mon- day, raising to 20 the number of players who have agreed to terms with New York Mets. Milner, the club home run leader the last three years, hit 20 homers in 1974 with a .252 batting average. assists ,1'or 65 points in 47 games this season, good for eighth place in the scoring race. If he can be maintain the pace of the last 10 goals better than two points a game he's certain to break the Ranger record of 109 points in 'a season, set by line-mate Jean Ratelle in 1971-72. Meanwhile, centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins looms on the threshold of his fifth straight 100-point season. Esposito boasts a league- leading 47 goals which, com- bined with 49 assists, give him 96 points. Four more points also will give Esposito his sixth 100- point year in the last seven. The goaltending race saw a change at the top for the first time since early in the season as Bernie Parent of Phila- delphia Flyers recorded his ninth shutout and checked in with a 1.97 goals-against aver- age. Rogie Vachon of Los Angeles Kings, meanwhile, slipped to a 2.03 average as the Kings club average moved upward to 2.20, second behind Philadelphia's 2.12. BAP Esposito, Bos ...........47 49 96 Orr. Bos ................31 60 91 Lalleur. Mil..............40 45 85 Mahovlich. Mil...........25 50 75 Dionne, Del.............29 44 73 Robert, Bui .............29 37 66 Clarke. Pha .............14 52 66 Perreault, Buf ...........27 37 64 Gilbert. NY R ...........29 36 65 Ratelle, NY R ...........23 39 62 Hull continues to lead LOS ANGELES (CP) A big week didn't save Serge Bernier of Quebec Nordiques from losing ground to Bobby Hull of Winnipeg Jets last week in their battle for the World Hockey Association scoring title. Bernier picked up three goals and four assists to bring his season's totals to 35 goals and 37 assists, but fell another point behind Hull, who has held or shared the weekly scoring lead since Dec. 2. Hull produced four goals and four assists, bringing his totals to 45 goals and 37 assists, good for a three-point change. The only other change among the league's top 10 scorers was the addition of Marc Tardif of Quebec, who climbed into a loth-place tie with Frafik Hughes of Houston. Veteran Gordie Howe reached the 20-goal plateau for the 24th time in the last 26 seasons when he scored for Houston against Chicago Cougars on Feb. 1. Howe sat out the other two seasons. WHA LEADERS GAP Hull, Wpg...............45 37 82 S. Bernier, Que .........38 41 79 Lund. Hou ..............25 44 69 Ucrolx, SD .............22 45 67 Nilsson, Wpg ....'........14 50 64 Walton, Win.............30 29 59 Hinse, Hou...............27 30 57 Dillon, Tor ..............18 37 55 G. Howe, Hou...........20 34 54 F. Hughes, Hou .........31 21 52 CAREERS EXPERIENCED PART TIME NIGHT COOK 3 Weekly from to p.m. Apply to: ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 1st Avenue and 8th Street S., Lethbridge SALESPERSON PAPER SALES Full company benefits, Company car, experience preferred, but not essential. Send complete re- sume to: Box 135 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Native Sons meet Pass tonight The Lethbridge Y's Men Native Sons, hav- ing bested almost all comers in the Junior B hockey ranks so far this season, will move up to Tier II junior hockey for one night in Piricher Creek this evening. The Native Sons will take on The Pass Red Devils of the Alberta Junior Hockey League in an exhibition game set for p.m. at the Pincher Creek Arena. To date, the Sons are 24 2 in Central Alberta J-unior B Hockey League play, and went through a six team Alberta playoff tourna- ment in December un- defeated to earn the right, to represent the province in the upcom- ing Canada Winter Games. Bantam B champions Pictured above are the Ramblers, the winners of the Bantam left to right, Mike B Minor Hockey Tournament in Lethbridge over the weekend. Front row, left to right, Lome Lillemo, Barrie Coghlin, Butch Bogden, Dwaine Blazejak, Doug'Kowal and Robert Gigor. In the middle row, Witt, Doug Henderson, David McDougall, Jamie Coghlin and Louie Baptiste. Back row, from the left, coach Fred Londeay, Ron Linton, Bob Richardson, Gary Jackson, Robbie Earl and manager Fred Popovitch. Roundup of bowling scores FULLY EXPERIENCED Automotive Partsperson for SalM and Stock Control Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in perwm HAGEN ELECTRIC LETH. LTD. 1202-2nd Avenue South CAPRI BOWL V.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Lori Brunner 221: Pam Virostek 250 Susan Stanton 235; Sandra Hamilton 228; Cindy Pedrini 232: Brenda Christie 237; Parry McDonald 274 Bill Todd 283; Andrew Albistan 278 Marty Shigehiro 297 Dave Wells 222; Mike Gerla 222. NU MODE HOMES Sandra Hunt 269 Iris Cooke 268 Brenda Dues 291 Pat Ruston 280; Linda Aspeslet 245 Mary Araki 253 Mary Jorgenson 263; Ann Reed 262; Mel Seibert 265 Laverne Sehow 291; Karen Steinbrenner 248; Gaye Pederson 270. SUNDQJIST CONST. Charlotte Rakette 268; Kay Woodman 237; Heather Barnes 266: Dot Sorenson 264 Lenore Fletcher 244; Kathy Clements 289; Marie Smith 251 Doris Wickers 261; Pat Plomp 289 Mel Seibert 265. SR. CITIZENS Will Ness 256; Frank Posterski 224; Jim Freel 229; Phyllis Patching 213; Leora Ness 226 Tom Smith 245: Henry Bechthold 225; Ted Haszard 210; Eva Link 221; Lawrence Link 212. LETH. BANKS Bob Noss 248: Duane Spitzer 297 Eileen Spitzer 237; Morley Richardson 237; Gord Dragland 245; John Chrlstensen 240: Mel Kreil 238; Bob Steele 245; Hardy Urneris 226. DOUG'S Ann Duval 294 Joyce Brown 273; Allison Wiebe 302 Elaine Tompkins 256 Pat Norlln 235: Bernice Schlaht 295; Ann Starren- burg 270; Tami Wakelen 273 Kay Dyck 245; Marg Dyck 255 FRIDAY SCHOOLS V.B.C. JUNIORS Brian Rossetti 219; Mike Gerla 226; Kevin Prindle 246; Tom Mlklos 265; Kim Masson 261; Merylen Bunnage 248: Randy Paskuski 270. BANTAMS Terry Kirschenman 206; Brian Sparks 196; Jim Okamura 204; Brent Carson 226; Geof Paskuski 221; Lori Asquln 189. A.O.T. Dick Wells 256: Jerry Areshenko 309 Richard Jankowich 240; Lou Pizzingrille 269; Ken Rollag 249; Doug Aspeslet 241: Chirs Ell 269; Linda Aspeslet 243; Gloria Murkin 235: Deb Wells 233: Naomi Marumoto 238. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Keith McCurdy 312 Gary Thompson 252; Steve Ramias 265 Moriey Richardson 296: Joseph Beresnak 259; Roy Sewers 251: Fran Beresnak 257; Sal Doucette 264; Isabelle Gray 750: Doreen Ross 270 Guila Bunnage 246. Y.B.C. JET BOYS David Mann 146; Dean Hovey 139; Colin Wiebe 143: Edward Baines 173; Curtis Boyden 132; Matthew Weaver 142; Bruce Harvie 164. BANTAM BOYS Bruce Virostek 160: Edwin Burwash 210: Les Hertlein 231; Greg Holtield 182; Rickey Woodman 202; Don Tinordl 238; Craig Ellis 172. JET GIRLS Sherry Erlendson 136: Cheryl Kreutz 106; Theresa Miklos 138; Carolfn Woodman 130; Nancy Ferguson 150; Sonya Decaire 164; Brand! Lament 101. BANTAM GIRLS Kim Harvie 191; Kim Tolley 192; Sandra Ferguson 184; Cara Coulter 191; Judy McKay 173; Heather Brand 217: Debbie Gommeringer 188. I ONE HOUR MARTINIZINO June Matkin 234. Barb Jarvie 305 Bonny Anderson 269 Mary Nicolson 242, Jean Passey 233 Rose McNab 251. Lisa Wilson 254. Judy Horlacher 236, Elaine Caithness 241, Mary Thomson 243, Alma Lust 244. L.C.C. Brett Townsend 253, Murray Vlckers 222, Gordon Bessellng 221, Barb Hansen 203, Gerry Qardln 249, Holly Waselenak 244, Debbie Per- Jinger 221. QUEEN'S SHOES Jean Koskoskl 283 Bill Koskoskl 286 Karen Wlllms 329 Jean Armstrong 287 Rick Barva 281 Tom Cronkite 291 Lou Stolyn 288 Christie 273 Hugh Christie 366 Earl Armour 298 Sam Girardi 281. J.C.C.A. Lee Hargrave 288, Masa Goshinmon 329 Shinob Tanaka 269, Betty Tomlyama 285 Jim Higa 286 Francis Higa 287. Tom Medoruma 276, Bob Senda 282, Jim Yamada 262, Tom Hirashima 260 Lindsay Hamabata 260, Mary Thomas 254. MORNING COFFEE Beth Lelfingwell 237; Gall Plourd :277; Betty Qiesbrecht 241; Dianna Haberman 236: Sharl Williams 238: Marg Matheson 237; Betty Gieske 234; Trudy Newinger 261: Clarice Luhovey 258; Phyllis Spence 223; Sharon Labonte 225; Judy Knox 229. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Jen Hegi 248; Jean Passey .286 Leah Gerla 243; Miriam Givens 243; yary Blair 249 Marg Con- s able 294; Peg Forry 261 Joan Milton 244 Jean Thomson 256; Jenny Copeland 255; Julie DeMaere 281- Linda Vrabel 299 (701) 'Al Baliia 260 Dave 229; Phyllis Mantler 237; Lawrence" Baumback 235; Doug Wong 223. HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALLING Karen Holm -360 Marie Barnett 245; Joan Sudo 243; Mary Noss 258; Joan Norris 290; Melody Bobinec 271: Jen Hegi 253: Elolse Abe Enns 279; L. Zymurchyk u.y 263; Morgan Sparks 266; Ouane L.C.C. Allana Ell 270; Florence Kobe 230; He en Weets 278 Dorothy Olshaski 265; Doug Christie 209; Rod Pocza 242. CANBRA FOODS' Larry Nakahama 268- Norm Gyulai 275; Helen Weets 260 Cherye Obermeyer 250 Flo Nyqulst 259; Stu Nyquist 291; Al Takasaki Seven Athletics go to arbitration OAKLAND (AP) Seven members of the three-time world champion Oakland A's, including Reggie Jackson and Sal Bando, say they 'will take their salary demands to arbi- tration for the second time in two years, the San Francisco Examiner reports. Lethbridge was more interested The University of Lethbridge simply tried harder and that is why Richard Foggo is wear- ing a Pronghorn sweater this season. At least, that's the opinion of Roy Foggo, Richard's father, who was in Lethbridge Saturday to watch his son play against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The young Foggo, who was leading the league in scoring prior to an ankle injury in early January and who is a likely all star can- didate in his rookie year, hails from Calgary. But last spring, he decided to attend the U of L, much to the dis- may of other 'schools around the league. "We had calls and letters from several says Roy Foggo. "But Lethbridge made more of an effort and seemed much more interested in Richard." "So when he made his decision, I was very he adds. "And I'll certainly encourage him to come back next year." Also headed for arbitration, the newspaper said are pitcher Rollie Fingers, the 1974 World Series Most Valuable Player; 19-game winner Ken Holtzman; clutch hitter Joe Rudi; first baseman-catcher Gene Tenace, and veteran catcher and World Series hero Ray Fosse. The seven were reported to be preparing to file for arbi- tration this week and planned to present their demands dur- ing the week of Feb. 17. Jackson, The Examiner said, is believed to have rais- ed his sights to a year and perhaps He is said to be taking his cue from the multi-million-dollar deal Jim (Catfish) Hunter got with New York Yankees after the A's owner Charles Finley's failure to live up to all parts of a contract made Hunter a free agent. Jackson was asked during the weekend whether he'd' received his contract for the coming season. Jackson said, "I received one but I don't care to discuss it. It's too depressing." 'Jackson nearly exploded when he heard a reference to Hunter's name. "It's too depressing to talk he said. "It's stupid, Dennis Ober 282 Bob Sinclair 282; VI Anderson 252; Von Tennant 313 Charleen Oberg 284 John Morris 266 CIVIL SERVICE Ken May 275 Tom Snow 241; Bernice Hay 266 Lyle Smyke 251; Wendy Farrell 250; Mike Prokop 248; John Erickson 275 Bart Langenburg 239; Geo Schneidt 261; Edith Voth 251: Ernie Frache 242; Roy Tomlinson 283. YOUNG ADULTS Rogan Sinclair 295; David Urban 261: Gloria Bell 207; Barbara Toth 264 Janyce Westling 222: Larry Melior 203; Brent Chambers 207. CHEC GOLDEN AGE Arvid Oseen 236: Roy LaValley 228; Cyril Mlron 358; Frank Bernhart 244; Dodie Hodges 222; Bunny Maloney 246; Alt Bell 226; Nick Eianclii 228; Audrey Scott 220; Bert Madill 225; Charles Ober 218: Matt Bernhart 229; Ben Evenson 225. CJOC Grace McPike 302 Reg Ar- nold 336 Rudy Van Ryan 281 Kathy Muller 304 Jim Wright 299 Alice Gier 255; Niel Noble 265; Jim McPike 256; Mary Richards 260; Norma Adams 248. CFCN TRIPLES Dianne violin! 311 Darwin Romanchuk 356 Linda Malcomson 301 Jack Smeed 319 Ken Larson 303 Jean Passey 310 Erma 256. Jean passey 291 Mary Shields 228, Grace Hill 227, Bernice Hay 255 Marietta Bergstrum 248, Marge McLaughlln 233, Alice Kennedy 222, Erma McGuire 231. HAMILTON JR. HIGH Merylen Bunnage 361, Kelly Blake 211. Laurie Wilson 218, rene Yamamito 214, Edwin Burwash 219. BENDIX Larry Barton 226. Kariyn Spitzer 254 John Dubbelboer 298, Debbie Barton 286 Dave Hewitt 248, Guy Brown 301 Hank vande seek 239, Don Bessie 225, Chris stoltenberg 220. SPEEDYS1 Mitch Bechtold 335. Bea Salmon 306 Doreen Wilson 245, Elaine Brown 257. Kariyn Spitzer 237. Alice Gier 245, Betty Deal 240, Gail Conn A.D.A. Sherry Clark 235, Ray Budd 252. Lorraine Szentes 233, Svat Jones doh HOLIDAY VILLAGE VI Connors 329 Katie Bernhart 270 Erma McGuire 240. Dena Smith 297 Laura Peaks 251, Maria Jokuty 239, Irene Lynde 265 Inge Seltenhamer 238, Pat Plomp 237, 'Betty Ann Trachenko 226, Anne Rushford 220, Rose Nuriweller 236. Alice Gier 237. UBC takes volleyball' tournament VICTORIA (CP) Univer- sity of British Columbia was undefeated in five matches in the first half of the Canada West University Men's Volleyball Championship Saturday night. The Thunderbirds defeated University of Alberta Golden Bears 15 15, 15 7, to finish the preliminary round robin por- tion of the two day tourna- ment with a 4 0 record. In the playoff match" between the two top teams, UBC downed the Golden Bears 15 4, 15 11, 15 7. Alberta shaded University of Calgary Dinosaurs, 15 -12, 7 -15, 15 8, to finish the preliminary play at 3 1. Calgary, 4 winners over Lethbridge, was third with a 2 2 mark and host Victoria Vikings, 15.- 11, 15 11 winners over University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, was fourth at 1 3. The Dinosaurs downed the Vikings, 12 -16, 15 13, 15 6 in the playoff match between the third and fourth place teams. All five teams will take part in the other half of the cham- Calgary. APPLIANCE MOTORS Available Kariyn Spitzer 339 Jeanette Smeed 360 Fred Milner 330; Les Dyke 311 WILSON JR. HIGH John Gardin 220, Darren Toth 211, Carol Higa 191, Brad Poch 201. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Debbie Mehrer 232. Flora Donato 242 Darrell Block 272 Hewitt 243, Maxine Morton 202, oeb- bieweiis2oo. Nick Zombon 240, Jim Arthur 281, Bea Hanson 265 (682l HJamar Nelson 235, Cleve McLean 267. Ruby Oseen 243, Kay Holte 222, Asia cederberg 252. Leora Ness 218, Bob EA'OLES LODGE Helen Weets 241 Joyce Filan 249 Gary ward 255, Carole Ka2 Sillet 257 Geo Ma chett 271 Spud Wilkie 225, Evelyn Groves 231. Marion Nadja 227. ALCON ,259' 286 Helen Myers 261' Sinclair 247. Brent Chambers 301, Tom Boytel 226, Bill Billings 235, Norm Greenwood 244 ALIGNMENT I with MILE GUARANTEE I n IP iwn SAVP CLIP AND SAVE V Expires March 31. 1975 J ON THE EXTRA-LIFE 36 MONTH GUARANTEED BATTERY -CLIP AND SAVE Expires March 31, 1975 SMART EXECUTIVES LMM Ttoir BwinMt at PMMMI Cm HCAUM... LOMlOfl CM DO OXpOfMlVO ttWO bliyfflQ LMMOQ Mfito MvinQ ind convwitont Lotting your Ux records No CMh Invofttmont roqulrod POT Mw oonptoto facto on toMin conlMt KOMtNliMOV, UHktf UK hMMMM BENY CHEVROLET OLD8MOBILE LMSIIM AND INMMANCI DIVISION 2nd An. MM! 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