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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuwfay, Mfcratty THI LfTHMIDCI HHALD 7 Chinooks click against Vikings Tollestrup new scoring king By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Tim Tollestrup was outstand- ing as he led the University of Lethbridge Chinook! to thrill, ing 78-70 victory over the visit- Ing University of Vi- kings in Wtttern Canada Inter- Collegiate Buketball action last evening. A good tin crowd took in the exciting Me-uw battle at the Civic Sports Centre and watch- ed the two clubs play near- perfect ball in the first half. As they headed into the dressing room for a well-de- served rest, the Chinooks held a slight 43-W lead which was to increase shortly after. Shirtsleeve set to go, first draw Wednesday The stage Is set for the 32nd annual Lethbridge Shirtsleeve Bonspiel which will get under way Wednesday evening at the Lethbridge Curling Club. A total of 64 rinks are enter- ed in the five day event rep- resenting chibs from various parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Only one rink is back from the list of winners last year. Qowling Banter AT CAPRI BOWL, 16-year-old Randy Sillito was crowned A the men's bowler-of-the-week with a sensational 410 single in YBC senior boys' action, .it was the highest single game rolled at Capri this season, and he added 216 and 220 for a fine 846 triple. .Karen Carney collected the honors for the week among the gab as she hit for 268, 282 and 246 in the Martinizing League for a 796 triple, 226 big pins over her average of 190. .New league highs set during the week included Bea Salmon's 364 single in Green's Shoes, Joyce Marsden's 336 single in Eagles and Jerry Areshenko's 807 in Canadian Dressed Meats, .two new average leaders also emerged with Eleanor Dorigatti forging ahead in AGT with 206 and Beryl'Smith in St. Mike's with 201. In regular league play, the big guns among the men were Ken Kurtz with 342 and Eugene Chollak and Bill Ham- ilton with 318 each in Hepp's, 14-year-old Baden Pilling with 326 and a 752 triple and Sam Girardi 304 and 789 in Gordie's, Bill Koskoski 316 and 781, Leon Checkryn 319 and Sid Pollock 313 and a solid 883 triple in Green's, Joe Gillett 308 in Eagles, Henry Bechthold 339 and 809 in Senior Citi- zens, Mel Lahti 320 in Henry Homes, Ken Kamitomo 353 and 788, Tosh Miyakawa 323, Tak Katakami 311 and Mike Tobo an 810 triple in JCCA, Lyle Young 305 and Norm Tolley 331 and 874 in AGT, Sam Girardi and Chester Jokuty 305 each in CDM, Darrell Lagler 322 and 827, Ken Larson 314 and Ken Malcomson 316 and 782 in Youug Adults. Sparking league play among the gals were Mary Kirby 310 in St. Mike's, Pat Tunstall 290 in Hepp's, Jean Passey 306 and 763 in Hoof and Horn, Darlene Csaki 290 in Fred's, Helen Rosseffi 293 in Simpsons-Sears, Masa Goshin- mon 312 and 772, Pat Plomp 292, Pat Henderson 309 and Karen Carney with her 796 triple in Martinizing, Bea Salmon 364 and 804, Jean Christie 308 and Eleanor Dorigatti 338 in Green's, Joyce Marsden 336 in Eagles. AT GLENDALE BOWL, the spotlight for the week shines on Rose Nicolay who turned on the steam in Civil Ser- vice to take bowler-of-the-week honors among the women. she posted games of 233, 335 and 235 for an 803 triple which exceeded her regular average of 187 by 242 big pins. .Doug Pedersen stepped front and centre as the men's bowler-of- the-week with a fine performance in CPR carrying an average of 184, be rolled 256 and 334 for a 590 double, 230 pins over his average and a new season high in league action. .Youth Bowling Congress zone playoffs will be high- lighted Saturday at Glendale with the zone final getting under way at 11 o'clock, .the singles and bantam team events will launch proceedings with the junior and senior team events in the afternoon. -A- In league action this past week, the stars of the show were Bea Salmon, who's enjoying a fine year, with 301 and 809 in Shoppers World, Ruby Oseen 307 and 763, Jean Passey 306 and 846 and Vera Nicholls 301 and 771 in Stylists, Sandy Scattergood 300 in Chinook Stationers and 350 in IOF, Ed Stanko 337 in Kimura's, John Scattergood 765 in South-Alta and 782 in CHEC, Rick Caldwell 315 in Boise Cascade, Lew Mills, with another top performance, 348 and 828 in Civil Service, Its Tanaka 307 and 726 which was 300 poins over Ms average in IOF, Alf Pedrini 309 in IOF and Bob Anderson 314 in CPR. .A reminder that the first annual CHEC women's match play tournament is set for Glendale March 6 and 7 rath in prize money, bowlers are guaranteed 14 games with an entry fee of deadline is March 1. jawrencc Lennon of Leth- won the fifth event test ear and is returning for an- ther crack at the prizes. Doug Baird of Calgary was ie big winner last time around. He took honre top lonors in the number one event as well as the grand aggregate. Jther winners last year who gi-en't in the fold for the 1971 vent include Dale Groves of Champion, last year's second vent winner, Stan Montgom- ery of Moose Jaw the number six winner, Lyle Davis of Leth- bridge the number four and toy Clelland of Vauxhall last ear's number three champion. Once again the 64 rinks will battle for honors in the num- one Sven Ericksen, number two Enerson Motors, number three T. Eaton, number four Herald, number five Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. and the number six Alberta Distillers. The grand aggregate winner takes home he James Aird Memorial tro- piay opens at the Civic Cen- tre Wednesday evening at seven with a second draw at nine. Thursday play gets under way at seven and continues hroughout the day. The finals of the five day bonspiel are slated for the burling Club Sunday afternoon n all six events. Following is the opening draw: WEDNESDAY Ed Bauer vs. Lew Pollard; Fred KroKosh vs. Dave Russell; Steve Gtt- les vs. Mike Bill Gross vs. Bob Stephen; Garth Pilling vs. Dave For- ry; Lloyd Kanewisher vs. Miro Tom. asta; Marv Hansen vs. Stan Breckaj Wayne McLennan vs. Garth Nllssonj Al Lagler vj. Ohashli Art Beaton vs. Nick Wolfe. 9 P.M. Kay Kltagawa vs. Gerald Coynei Ed Moskoluk vs. I. Sukut; wally Mysyk vs. Fritz Pavka; Jim Reid vs. Jim Nakaoawa; Don Nordlck vs. E. fries sen; Lawrence Lennon vs. Ken Park er; Alex Cummng vs. Ken Moryama Aubrey Gore vs. Richard Kenegawa. Fred Katlclum vs. John Bt-.Ton; Cleas Schweitzer vt. Push Matsumyla. THURSDAY J. Gorrle vs. M.' a'owle; H. Culler i A. Torgerson; H. Larson vs. P Shlmbashi; T. Henderson vs. Welsh; R. Culley vs. C. Forry; Baceda vs. B. Csllett; B. Hutton vs D Ferguson; R. Effler vs. M. Mac Donald; J. Syme vs. B. Mllllken; B Karbashewskl vs. D. Chandler. A.M. B. Sapsford vs. H. Bourassa; L Maffloli vs. F. Quittenbaum. First bet paid off for sailor Number two for Hornets The Hamilton Junior High School's Boys Basketball team travelled to Medicine Hat over the weekend and came home champions of the Alexandra Junior High Sclrool Invitational Basketball Tournament. In capturing their second straight tourney the Hamilton Hornets defeated McCoy Junior High School of Medicine Hat 22-20, Parkside of Redcliff 24-17 and bounced Raymond 46-34 it the finals. Coach Dennis Kosaka was very pleased with his teams performance who had recently won the Parkside Tournairent. JUNIOR 'A1 HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA Thursday, Feb. 11 p.m. LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS vs CALGARY MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS THIS GAME IS RESCHEDULED FROM SAT., DEC. Season Tickets Honored! NEW ORLEANS (AP) There was just the simple an- nouncement over the public address system at the New Orleans Fair Grounds that a bet had just paid off They had to announce over the loudspeaker because they can't fit a sum like into the flashing lights on the tote board. The collective gasp from the crowd of was a mixture of astonishment, delight and envy. "I was so shocked all could think about was getting said Calvin MeManus a 21-year-old navy veteran 01 Vietnam who now works as1 a bus boy in a New Orleans res- taurant. He held the lone win- ning ticket Monday. MeManus arrived at the horse race track "with only to bet and that on the exacta was my first bet of the day." The exacta payoff was record for horse tracks in North America. The previous high was last Nov. 14 a Lincoln Downs. The Chinooks came out trong in the second half and jefore t h e Vikings knew what t them they trailed by 10 points. The Vikings finally managed o catch the Chinooks with remaining in the contest and ook over the lead some two later. Both clubs continued to hit the basket until suddenly the roof fell-in on the Vikings. Trailing by one point at the M mark the Chinooks ram- med in seven straight points nd heM-off the determined Vi- angs in the final minutes to earn the victory. The key to the win must lie the strong defensive per- ormance the Chinooks dis- layed. Tollestrup was superb under he basket as be smashed away any inside efforts made by the ikings sharpshooters while on ie outside his teammates eon- tantly harassed their op- xnents stealing the ball on nany occasions. On offense Tollestrup was ie big man as he pumped In IS points which enabled him to inch the WCIAABL scoring tie. He trailed Ron Thorsen the efending scoring champion ol he UBC Thunderbirds by eight wints after Saturdays' match, nit Thorsen managed to hoop inly 15 points in his final game f the season last night against he U of A Golden Bears. Tollestrup has one more ame yet to play to increase s point total. Brian Sanders also shone for ie Chinooks as he rimmed 14 wints along with 12 rebounds while Jim Gladstone .added 12 i aid the win. For the Vikings Chuck Jos- ul netted 20 points and Mark Taafe 15 in a losing cause. Centre Ron Unruh scored 25 whits and dominated the back- wards to lead University o! Winnipeg Wesmen to a 80-78 rictory over Brandon Univer- sity Bobcats Monday. Wesman led 38-34 at half- ime. Dave Bauman paced Bobcats with 23 points and BUI Moody added 19, Mike Vaira 18 and Bill Warren 10. In Saskatoon the University Of Manitoba Bisons won their 6th straight game with a 74-54 victory Monday over the Uni 'ersity of Saskatchewan Hus- kies. The win also clinched firs dace for Manitoba in the 10- .eam conference. Bob Town led the Bison, with 22 points and Russ Wood ake added 21. Saskatchewan' op scorer was Paul Jacoby with 12 points. Dave Pickette adde( 11. The Huskies loss with Manitoba's victory endet Saskatchewan's hope for a play off spot. In Edmonton University British Columbia Thunderbirds :ompieted their basketball sea son with a 68-62 loss .to Uni versity of Alberta Golden Bears Monday night in the Western Canada Intercollegiate Athleti Association. CHINOOKS 71 VIKINGS 70 Chinooks Tolleslrup 36, Mllner Hague 8, Sanders 14, Burr, Sloan Kempt J, Roberts, Gladstone 12, Pe terson, Christensen. Vikings Cronck 10, Jossul 2 Hatcher 7, Piper, Holmes 10, Hosh 4, Rieger 2, Taafe 15, Andlson Yamaoka. CAPTURE OWN TOURNAMENT The tC! Clipper Queeni won their first annuol invitational girl'i basket- ball tournament over (he weekend. The winners are, front, left to right. Pat Santa, Kathy West, Ineke Lohuis, Debby Borzel and Marilee Michael. In the centre row, left 10 right are, coath Karia, Aileen Metcalfe, Lorell Shelly Whitelaw and Joan Foster. Back row, left to right, Carol Orr, Ardyth Schmidt, Pat Band and Sandra Knight. Hull, Esposito continue assaults Records falling to sharpshooters MONTREAL (CP) National Hockey League records, which a few years ago appeared safer, are falling to league sharpshoot- ers with increasing regularity this season. Phil Esposito, Boston Bruins centre, stands today as the first ilayer to score more than 100 points in two different seasons Left winger Bobby Hull of Chicago Black Hawks has tied former Montreal Canadien great, Maurice (Rocket) Rich- ard, as runner-up to Gordie Howe of Detroit Red Wings in all-time goal-scoring. Hull has also equalled the Rocket's record of 26 regular- season three-goal games. Bobby Orr of Boston, the only defenceman ever to win the scoring title, has moved to within 14 points of his second straight 100-points-plus season. Until two seasons ago, when Esposito won the scoring title with 126 points on 49 goals and 77 assists, no player had cracked the 100-point barrier. That same season Bobby Hull and Howe also passed the 100- point mark. Last season, Orr won the title with 120 points, an amazing feat considering that no defenceman had gained more than 59 points in a season before Orr began his assault on the records. Today Esposito has 101 points, team-mate John Bucyk. Bobby Hull is fifth with 69 points, including 34 goals, sec- ond-high in the league. His car- eer total is 544 goals in 984 games. Richard retired after the 1959 season with the same number of goals in 978 regular- season contests. Howe remains the all-time leader with 781 goals in When the Rocket retired, he was the only player who bad scored 500 regular-season goals. Jean Beliveau, Canadians vet- eran centre and captain, ex- pects to join the other three this Spokane assured of league title including goals. a league-leading 46 Orr is second with 88 points, and leads in assists with 62. Boston's Ken Hodge is third with 75 points, two more than Short sport New contract for Jaiich EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton Eskimos today announced they have signed head coach Ray Jauch to a new three-year contract. Financial details were not released. Jauch, 33, took over the Eski- mos last year, guided the team to second place in the Western Football Conference from a fourth-plac3 finish in and was named Coach of the Year. "We were happy with what Tlay showed us last said 11 Eskimo president Joe Healy, SHAW LEADING NEW YORK (AP) Tom Shaw's victory in the Hawaiian Open vaulted him into the money-winning lead for this year on the Professional Golf- er's Association tour. Shaw has earned so tar, more than Miller Barber who is second with DROPS CHARGES SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Receiver Lance Alworth told a news conference Monday night he is dropping his million breach of contract suit against San Diego Chargers and wants "only to be a good football player." "I have reached a settlement which is more than satisfactory to both myself and the IIINSON' HONORED QUINCY, Mass. (AP) Larry liaison is the winner of the Ben Hogan Trophy, award- ed by the Golf Writers Associa- tion of America, it was learned Saturday. WILL NOT BE HELD LONDON (Router) Brit- ain's two richest golf tourna- ments, the John Player classic and the Alcan Golfer of the Year champion- ship, will not bo held this year, GAMBLE FIRED ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Dick Gamble was fired Mon- day as coach and general man- ager of Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League. Gamble, 42, had managed the team for three years and be- came general manager at the start of the 1970-71 season. His team had finished last during the last two seasons, and is tied with Hershey in the cellar of their division this season. il was announced Monday, i penalties. Fort Macleod earns victory Fort Macleod Broncs grabbed a 5-3 first period lead Sunday and went on to upend Crow United 8-6 in Foothills League action. Alf Gorzitza and Doug Borth- wick leu ilie way for the Broncs with three goals each. Singletons came off the sticks of Dave Madoche, and Craig Hornberger. Paul Filowich accounted for two markers for Crow United. Solo efforts were turned in by Nick Wasylicn, Ken Kramer, Mito Martial and Romeo Bev- elaqua. Crow United outshot the Broncs in a game that saw each club pick up five TRAIL, B.C. (CP) Spo- kane Jets and Dick Vincent put some distance between them- selves and their rivals in West- ern International Hockey League races during the past week. The Jets, leaders for most of the campaign, wrapped up the season championship with a 4-0 victory over Trail Smoke Eat- ers Sunday. Vincent, captain of Kimber- ley Dynamiters, put two goals and eight points between him- self and Charlie Goodwin of Spokane. The two players are battling for the goal title and fourth spot in league scoring statistics. Goodwin has 32 goals and 55 points while Vincent has 34 goals and 63 points. Another Dynamiter, Bill Mc- Lelland, has a two-point lead in the points race with 73 com- pared to 71 for Ken Gustafson of the Jets. McLelland also has a league-leading 52 assists. Spokane ran its unbeaten streak to 12 games during the weekend and now leads the Dy- namiters by 19 points with eight games remaining. Ivan Robertson of Nelson Maple Leafs is the penalty leader with 202 minutes. STANDINGS W L T T A Pts 33 8 2 227 123 68 23 18 3 176 144 49 1 197 189 43 4 151 185 32 2 133 192 30 21 14 14 14 27 itoyko [si (K) C Goodwin (S) Trembecky (S) vipond IN) e A 21 52 73 29 42 71 22 45 4! 34 29 63 3! 23 55 19 36 55 17 35 52 15 35 50 season. He now har 497 goals ia games. Meanwhile, the battle for top goaltending honors continues with only one-tenth of a goal separating the two leaders. Ed Giacomin and Gilles Ville- mure of New York Rangers have a combined goals-against average of 2.30, followed by Tony Esposito and Gerry Des- jardins of Chicago at 2.31. Es- posito leads in shutouts with five. The key encounter sees New York Rangers play Boston is one of four games tonight- busiest Tuesday night yet in the current season. At Montreal, the Canadiens will be fighting to widen their lead over Toronto Maple Leafs in the battle for third place in the East when they play host to Pittsburgh Penguins. At the same time the Leafs, now just four points behind Montreal, hope to close the gap when they face the Blues in St. Louis. In the other game at Vancou- ver, Buffalo Sabres meet the Canucks. EXPORTA (DUKE) KWASNIE-Representativa Campbell Associates Bldg.. 430 Mayor Magrath Dr. Lclhbridge Alberta. Bus. 327-2985-Rts. 328-2606 Let me show you How to turn Income tax into a retirement income. THE MONARCH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY ;