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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February, 10, 1973 ~ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - %% Jasiukieivicz turns in brilliant effort There is a \T in Kodiak alphabet And he's ivinning Coach Tom Karren of the Community College Kodiaks looks on almost in despair Friday evening. The coach had very little to worry about as Mount Royal 128-76. his club bounced Zeniths edge Rams 58-57 Cougars drop opener REGINA (Special) - Lethbridge Catholic Central Cougars were eliminated � from the championship side of the annual Regina Luther Invitational Boys' Basketball Tournament Friday night by dropping a hard-fought 52-49 loss to the host Luther College. It was a heart-breaking setback for the Cougars, who never trailed the Regina ball club during the exciting match. The Cougars opened up with a commanding 20-14 lead after the first quarter of play and extended their lead to 35-26 by half-time. Luther came, back in the second half using a strong offensive attack and cut the Cougars' lead to 43-41 after the third quarter. Randy Royer hooped 21 points and Peter Sikora 17 for the Cougars, who shot 49 per cent from the field and 82 per cent from the foul line. The Cougars, who never went to the free throw line in the second half, managed nine of 11 attempts in the first two quarters. The Cougars saw action again this morning at 8:45 a.m. in the consolation semi-final meeting City Park of Saskatoon. If they recorded a victory against City Park this morning they'll face the winners between the Calgary Crescent Heights - Regina Thorn Collegiate semi-finait for the consolation final set to go at 3:05 p.m. Meanwhile in Southern Alberta "A" Boys' Basketball League action Friday night, the Ma-grath Zeniths moved into a first place tie by edging the LCI Rams 58-57 in overtime. The Zenith's and Rams sport 6-2 records in first place while the CCHS Cougars remained in second with a 5-2 standing. In last night's encounter, the host Zeniths held a slim 16-14 lead after the first eight minutes of play and increased their margin to 36-30 by the half-way mark. The third quarter didn't differ much as the Zeniths still held a 4641 lead. The Rams came back in the I final quarter and managed a 54-54 tie after regulation time. John- Balder son paced the Zeniths' attack with 19 points while Tim Rollingson, Brad Wilde and Rick Ponomar managed 10 points apiece. Kelly Strong led the Rams with an 18-point outing while Joey Sbackleford notched 15. In "B" Boys' Basketball League play, the Magrath Eagles secured a playoff spot by squeezing past the LCI Colts 3S-35. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Lethbridge Community College KodiaK supporters tound a new letter in their abbreviated alphabet Friday evening. While a great deal of the attention has been focused on the three W's of late, Friday evening a big "J" found its way into the limelight. John Jasiukiewicz, who just recently cracked the starting line-up, put all of his 5'9" of talent to good use as he pumped in 24 points as the Kodiaks belted Mount Royal College Cougars 1S8-76 in Alberta College Athletic Conference Basketball League action at the LCC Friday evening before some 250 supporters. In gals action the Mount Royal club managed to earn their school a split in games as they trimmed the LCC Ko-diettes 54-44. The Kodiettes were scheduled to hit the floor again this afternoon at one against Southern Alberta Institute of Technology while at three the Kodiaks meet SAIT Trojans. But Friday night most of the show belonged to Jasiukiewicz-Cabbage to his teammates. ' And they could not have picked a more appropriate name for the hustling young ball player because Friday he dismayed a very cool, basketball head. He sparkled in the early goings and only the fact that coach Tom Karren gave him a rest with 6:34 remaining in the opening half kept him from running his point total higher. Time and again he frustrated the Cougars with his quickness. Dwight White, combining almost flawlessly with Gary Williams on pass plays throughout the game, came up with 30 points, 22 in the opening half. Jasiukiewicz > hooped 16 of his 24 in the first half. Williams turned in perhaps his best all round performance of the season. The hoop had ice it. He finished the game, despite his slow getaway, with 20 points as he hit on 10 of 24 attempts from the field. ,Curt Wolsey, the third member of thS three W's; along with Williams and White, canned 23 points. Al Pard and Greg Ross also enjoyed double figure nights as they hit for 13 points each. For Mount Royal the show belonged almost entirely to Ted Hellard as he pumped in 26 points. Bernie Simmons, who didn't see that much action in the first half, finished the game with 14. points while Phil Letham managed 12. Kodiaks, whose record now stands at 10-0 in conference play, led 71-40 at half time In the gals encounter Gayle! chance at one foul shot in the Bain sparked the Mount Royal I entire game . . . John Jasiukie attack, with an outstanding 26-1 wicz can really stir the crowd point show. Debbie Yanota and GLASCON HOUSE CLEANING SALE SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST: 14 FOOT CANOES Value $189.00 NOW $149.00 12 FOOT BOATS Value $298.00 ... NOW 249.00 10 FOOT BOATS Value $249.00 .. NOW 199.00 1 10 FOOT BOAT Clearing at............$149.00 Also Several SKI-TER SNOWMOBILE SLEIGHS Assorted colors Regular $139.00 ......NOW $ 79.00 MOLDS FOR SALE 19. 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GLASCON INDUSTRIES LIMITED 327 3rd Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-4850 Melvin ...Wong netted nine points for the Eagles while on it from his cold shooting in Roy Hudson swished 16 in a the early stages but his play-losing cause. making more than made up for Oilers' victory a season first By THE CANADIAN PRESS Alberta Oilers ' and Ottawa Nationals did something for the first time this season and even goaltender Jack Norris got into, the act in two World Hockey Association games Friday. Norris recorded his first shutout of the year as the Oilers blanked Minnesota Fighting Saints 6-0 before 2,304 fans hi Edmonton. For the Oilers, it was their initial win over the Saints in three games. In Boston, the Nationals got two goals apiece from Tom Simpson and Jack Gibson in a 7-4 triumph over New England Whaler's during a rare weekday afternoon game. The Nationals hadn't defeated the Whalers in five previous matches. The Oilers who moved within two points of Los Angeles Sharks and the fourth and last playoff position in the western division, scored three power-play goals and twice while they were shorthanded. Jim Harrison boosted his season's total to 26 with a power-play goal in the first period and a shorthanded one late in the third with team-mate Al Hamilton in the penalty box. Ed Joyal also beat Minnesota goalie Mike Curran with Hamilton off. Other Alberta scorers were Ron Walters, Rusty Patenaude and Doug Barrie. Curran stopped 33 shots and held the Oilers to a 2-0 lead, picked up in the first period, until the winners finally got to him in a four-goal third period. Norris stopped 27 shots, 10 in each of the second and third periods. The fifth-place Nationals, five points away from a playoff berth in the eastern division, outscored the Whalers 3-2 in the third period to clinch their 21st win of the year. Tom Simpson, who got his first start Tuesday night at right wing with Wayne Carleton and Bob Charlebois and a goal and two assists, came through with two goals against the Whalers. Jack Gibson also scored twice with Bob Leduce, Rick Sentes and Gavin Kirk sharing the others before 4,274 spectators. Terry Caffery starred for New England with two goals, his 31st and 32nd, along with two assists. Tom Webster got his 40th goal and two assists, with Larry Pleau completing the scoring. Goals came often By THE CANADIAN PRESS After scoring 13 goals in the first two periods, Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers seemed to be pointing for a National Hockey League record Friday night, but in the third period it was obvious the teams had shot their bolt. The Flyers emerged victorious, 10-5, to pad their second-place position in the Western Division, while in Atlanta, the Flames bowed 4-3 to Chicago Black Hawks and squandered a chance to vault alone into third place ahead of St. Louis Blues and Minnesota North Stars.' The NHL record for most goals in one game was established back in 1920, when Montreal Canadiens defeated the old Toronto St. Pats 14-7, so the high-scoring game in Vancouver fell seven short of the number needed to erase the old mark. Bobby Clarke shared scoring honors for the winners with Rick MacLeish and Ross Lon-sberry, each picking up two goals. Clarke is in third place in the individual scoring race, three points behind Stan Mikita of the Hawks, who has 77 points as runner-up to leader Phil Es-posito of Boston Bruins. PHILADELPHIA 10, VANCOUVER 5 First Period - 1. Philadelphia Clarke 24 2.CM 2. Philadelphia, Mac lelsh 29 4:00. 3. Philadelphia, Flett 30 (Fladon, Barber) 7:29. 4. Philadelphia, Macleish 30 8:00. 5. Vancouver, La. londe 11 (Tallon) 12:42. 6. philadel phia, Dornhoefer 22 (Macleish, Du. pont) 13:57. 7. Vancouver, Tallon 10 (Lemieux) 16:05. 8. Philadelphia, Lonsberry 11 (Dcrrthafer, Macleish) 19:40. Penalties - Schmautz ma|or, Dupont double 'major 1:31, Tannahlll 7:40, Potvin 9:03, Schmauti ma)or, Wright game misconduct, Schultz Pha ma|or 11:45, Flett Pha, Wilklns 13:41, Schmautz, double minor, gams misconduct, Schultz minor 17:07. Second Period - 9. Vancouver, Bou-drlas 19 (Lemieux) 1:17. 10. Philadel phia, Clarke 25 (Bladen, Nolet) 4:43, 11. Philadelphia, Barber 20 (Bladen, Clarke) 11:33. 12. Vancouver, Lemieux 11 (Boudrias, Guevremont 14:16. 13, Philadelphia, Lonsberry 12 (Dornhoefer, MacLeish) 18:34. Penalties - Mc-Sheffrey 2:45, Schulf2, major, Tallon, major, Saleski, Lemieux 8:38, Saleskl, minor and game misconduct, Lemieux 10:59, Wllking 11:18, Van Impe 14:10, Wilklns 14:40 Barber 15:33, Guevremont 19:59. Third Period - 4. Philadelphia, Schultz 5 (Dornhoefer, Barber) 2:48, 15. Vancouver, Lalonde 12 (Lemieux, Boudrias) 10:22. Penalties - Barber 8:55. Shots on goal by Philadelphia......... 11 15 9-35 Vancouver ......... 10 U 1-31 CHICAGO 4, ATLANTA 3 First Period-1. Atlanta, McCreary 18 (MacMillan, Bennett) 8:47. 2. Atlanta, Rochefort 6 (Stewart, Lelter) 14:43. Penalties - White 11:10, Mikita, Richard 15:45, White 15:59. Second Period - 3. Atlanta, Lelter 22 (Hlckei 0:57. 4. Chicago, Angottl 8 (Mikita) 18:10. Penalties - Korab 0:57, Hicke 4:05, 16:49, Maloney 5:36. Third Period - 5. Chicago, Hull 28 (Pappin, Stapleton) 8:25. 6. Chicago, Mikita 24, 12:05. 7. Chicago, Hull 29, 18:1.1. Penalties - Russell 11:05, Comeau 11:56. Shots on goal by Chicago ........... � 10 1�-2� Atlanta .............. 11 10 3-24 More lilllilllllll!�!!l�ll�lfllill�lli!!!i sport on page 12 Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION M0N., FEB. 12th -8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs GINO CARUSO ARCHIE"STOMPER" GOULDIE vt LENNIE HURST KROFFAT v� KAYSER 18 Wrestlers - $2.50 $2.00 Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV Gloria Townsend came up with eight each. Nancy Kinnear hooped 15 points for the Kodiettes. Judy McNab followed with 13. HOOP SHOTS - Don Firtli still has to Tie the most colorful basketball referee around . . . Gary Williams, in a rather unusual outing, did not get a as he goes flying down the floor Save $8,0Q an Hour on Automotive Expenses! Rent a stall and repair your own car �k All tools and equipment supplied �k Licensed mechanic oh duty for advice and assistance ONLY $2 AN HOUR 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday UNION 76 CHIM0 SERVICI 714 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-0422 . . Williams and Dwight White have been doing some work together . . . They have come up with a rather polished pass play . . . Once again the LCC drill team impressed the gathering at Friday's game . . . If Jim Cornish of Mount Royal were playing hockey he would spend all night in the sin-bin for elbowing . . . LCC coach Tom Karren wore a look Friday night that would be fitting of a coach whose club was on its way to its 10th loss in a row, not its 10 straight win . . . Tom certainly can hide hi3 emotions. KODIAKS 128, COUGARS 7( Cougars - Wouni 2, See 6, Myers' 2, Letham 12, Helland 26, Snider, Cornish 6, Simpson 8, Simmons 14. Total 76. Kodiaks - Williams 20, Wolsey 23, While 3D, Millis 3, Jasiukiewicz 24, Pard 13, Ross 13, Lelshman, Montsion, Hansen 2. Total - 128. MT. ROYAL 54, KODIETTES 44 Kodiettes - Kinnear 15, Patterson 2, 5aunders 7, f/.cNab 13, Ransom 2, McDonell, Mazerolle 4, Yuill 1, Mcclain, Garber. Total 44. Mt. Royal - Bain 26, Culp, OlynyK 2, Yanota 8, Mennes 2, Webber, Peacock 6, Townsend 8, Craig 2. Total-54. SPORTS FANS I All hustle John Jasiukiewicz turned in his best performance of the year as he hooped 24 points for the Community College Kodiaks. The hustling forward picked up 16 of those points in the first half. PRIME OFFICE SPACE FOR RENTE 1000 square feet, fully air conditioned, ground floor, first class building, downtown on fourth avenue south, across from City Hall. Will finish interior to fit tenants requirements. Contact: ENERSON'S FRED WEATHERUP Telephone 327-5705 BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK I KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Do you know when the red ] line at centre ice was added to hockey rinks? . . . The I centre red line did not ap- I pear until the 1943-44 sea- I son, and because this speed-ed up the game and allowed I for more offense, that marks I the beginning of the so-called I "modern era" of hockey. 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