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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBHIDQE HERALP TuMdiy, 11, 1975 VIS Wl DO... Wo represent oil major Alrllnei ind Slttmihlp Compinln, Wo can Alno ahead lor accommodation, U Drivel. Vour I.A.T.A. Appointment Agant ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Village Mall Phont 328-3201 Herald' Sports LETHBRIDOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTDT Loner 7th (topping Mall L.thbfldge. Albwii (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Bowling banter Hunt was brilliant At Capri Bowl, the shining star and women's bowler of the week was Sandra Hunt who turned in a brilliant dis- play in NuMode Homes, ripp- ing the pins for a 410 single, high of the year, and a 909 tri- ple Honorable mention to Isabella Bergman with 307, 345 and an 842 triple in Green's Shoes Frank Posterski took 'the men's In YBC play, Friday ban- tam leaders were Linda Smith with 200, Terry Kirschenman 214 and David Prindle 211 wifh the junior pace setters Carol Guzzi 232, Kelly Okamura 216, Brian Rbssetti 299 and a 510 double and Tom Miklos 263 and 471 Jet leaders were Mathew Weaver 198 and Sonya Decaire 145 with ban- tams led by Kim Tolley with 214, Patti Stanton 212 and Sandra Ferguson 223 Senior junior leaders were Pam Virostek 256, Brenda Christie 249, Mike Tolley 305, Bill Todd 303 and 780 and David Wells 300 and 717 In men's league action, Elmer In women's play, Lil Holt led Monday Senior Citizens with 314 and Mary Thomson was high in Higa's with 304 while Pat Mickey's 690 triple topped Monday Mixed Dot Sorenson hit for 330 and 761 in Imperial Fashions while in Canbra Foods Cherye Obermeyer had 314 and 794 and Helen Weets 280 and a 761 Bernice Pavan rolled 306 At Holiday Bowl, John Rosenfelt earned the men's bowler of the week award with an 819 triple in Commer- cial Men's and 338 and a 752 in Eagles Bert Mezei got honorable mention with 327 and a big 932 triple in Commercial Men's Ruby .Oseen was the worthy winner among the women with an out- standing effort in Monday Pete Berthiaume hit for 780, Jim Malcomson 331 and 824, Rollie Jalbert 334 and Bert Langenberg 765 in Knights of Columbus Brian Rossetti had 327 and 784 in Sears and Larry Barton 725 in Automatic Electric Harry Long's 700 triple paced CHEC Golden Age with Reg Arnold rolling 322 and 790 and Jim Wright 320 and 742 in CJOC... Byron Hirsche's 297 and 751 led CSA and Von Tennant's 703 led CPR YBC bantam In women's league action, Wilma Valer topped Knights of Columbus with 286 and 721 with Alice Kennedy rolling 320 and 722 and Marg McLaughlin 722 in Dairy Queen a 771 triple by Karlyn Spitzer head- ed Bendix while the leaders in Speedys were Karlyn Spitzer with 281 and 815, Alice Gier 314 and 712 and Phyllis Tiffen 721... Irene Lynde's 289 was the best in Holiday Village and a 705 triple by Kathy Ludwig topped Eagles other leaders for the week included Sandra Hunt 303 and 760, Mary Blair 780 and Jean Christie 330 and 735 in Alpine honors with 312 and a 634 tri- ple in Monday Senior Citizens, 268 pins over his average Honorable mention to Richard Jankowiak in ACT with 351 and 792, 228 pins over his average Leaders in Young Adults were Garry Lohuis with 312 and 731, John Wildman 303 and 898, Merylen Bunnage 303 and Rick Barva with 376 and 738. Morrison's 239 led the Pioneer League with Matt Bernhart posting 288 and 692 in Monday Golden Age Other leaders included Cec Beaudry with 310 and 815, Ken Larson 355 and 812 and Doug Christie 308 in Gordie's, Norm Gyulai 291 and 799 in Canbra Foods, Murray Vickers 302 and 741 in Winston Churchill, John Rempel 341 and 780, Darrell Lagler 326 and 833 and John Kovacs 320 and 736 in Green's Shoes, Mike Tobo with a 796 triple in JCCA, Henry Bechthold 295 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Duane Spitzer an 801 triple in Bankers and George Matchett a 757 in Thursday Mixed. and 728 and Marion Krewusik 289 in Wednesday Coffee, Karen Taylor had 311 and 725, Kay Castle 294 in Martinizing, with Eveiyii Oldenburger clicking for 341 in NuMode Janet Koole had 300 in Sund- quist, Joyce Witwicki 319 and 732 and Maggie Oliver 718 in Doug's with a 282 and 709 by Irene Beresnak topping Fri- day Mixed. Golden Age, 332 and an 804 tri- ple other stars in Commercial Men's were George Smerek 348, Roy Cun- ningham 354 and 836, Bill Hleucka 331 and 843, Tom Baker 306 and 792, Roy Chanda 346 and 847, Bill Billings 308 and 794, Sam Girardi 315 and 821, Ken Kurtz 352 and 758, Ken Malcomson 304 and 799 and Reg Arnold an 807 triple. leaders were Raymond Brown 253, Donna Turner 185, Trina Johnson 183, Dianrie Vaselenak 197 a'nd Brian Kolibas 210 junior pace setters were Billy Doyle 234 and 641 and Karen Ludwig 217 in men's CFCN action, Bob Costanzo had 331 and a four game pinfall of while Ken Kurtz had 304 and Ken Larson 345 and Dave Smeed 321, Roy Cunningham 298 and Elias Sawilla 310 and and Steve Pedersen 287 and Alberta representatives Pictured are the Lethbridge Native Sons, Alberta's representa- tives in the Canada Winter Games. Back row, left to right: Gino Guzzi, Greg Kveder, Ron. Simmons, Dwayne Howell, Joe Meli, Randy Lowe, Gord Gejdos, Dennis Hatt, Ken Klinkhamme'r, Dave Hougan, Reg Osmond, Mark Soheibner, Glen Scheibner, Terry Roberts, Darrel Osmond, Albert Dumont. Front row: coach Howie Yanosik, stick boy Darrin Bisosky, Gary Warner, trainer Peter Vanderhilt. Gary Clark, manager Hans De Grppt. Oilers lose EDMONTON (CP) A weekend break in at the Edmonton Coliseum cost Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association about in equipment, including the skates of five players. The robbery was dis- covered Saturday morn- ing by the team's train- ing staff before an Oilers' practice. A lock- ed door leading to the team's dressing room on the Coliseum's ice level floor appeared to have been jimmied. Police said sticks, skates, pads, gloves and helmets were among the items stolen. Players losing skates included Bruce McGregor, Blair McDonald, Bobby Sheehan, Billy Laing and goalie Ken Brown. Brown also lost a new catching glove. "They left me my old catching he said. "That was good of them." Another player term- ed the Coliseum "a ma- jor league arena with 10 cent security." Mike Cueller leads 30 others Short into baseball's arbitration sport THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The old saying that you' can't argue a judgment call has given umpires the final say on the baseball diamond. That same principle has now moved behind closed doors with arbitrators having the one and only call in baseball's contract disputes. When the clock struck 12 Monday night, close to 30 ball- players began looking to members of the American Arbitration Association to find out how good their 1974 seasons actually were. Oleschuk solid in Saskatoon net Drywall, Jean Christie 356 and a fine for four, Jeanette Smeed 312 and and Ethel Skinner 298 and in and Shirley Alexander 292 and 806 and Charleen Oberg 307 in CPR. TEAM HIRES COACH WOODSTOCK, Ont. (CP) Woodstock Warriors of the Ontario Fastball League (OFL) announced Monday the signing of Ken Fortey of Lon- don, Ont., as coach for the 1975 season. Fortey replaces Tom Murphy. CANADA WINTER GAMES SPECIAL COCA COLA 6 1 V quarts I At Participating Dealers Coca Cola n bottled by Purity Bottling (1967) Ltd. 2920 9ttl Avt.N. Phone) 328-1891 SASKATOON has been one measure of con- sistency in Saskatoon Blades' convincing charge towards the Eastern Division pennant in the Western Canada Hockey League. His name is Bill Oleschuk. Amid a rash of injuries from day one of the WCHL schedule, Blade coach Jack MacLeod has fallen back on .goaltender Oleschuk more and more as the season has progressed and Oleschuk has responded with the stingy flair of all good netminders. For the sixth consecutive week, Oleschuk leads all WCHL goaltenders in goals against average with a 3.15 rating. That gives him a com- fortable bulge over Medicine Hat Tigers' Ken Holland who owns a 3.47 average and Vic- toria Cougars' Bob Leslie who has a 3.60 average. Oleschuk, who has bounced around the WCHL and is currently with his fourth team, also leads the league in more remote categories. The 19-year-old stopper has the highest save percentage, at 89.8 and is also tied for the lead in shutout's with two alongside Ed Staniowski of Regina, Mark Earp of Kamloops and Jerry Farwell of Medicine Hat. Gord Laxton continued his attempt to play in every New Westminster game this season. The 19-year-old Bruin netminder has played in all 52 New Westminster appearances and leads in minutes played with Calgary's Larry Hendrick has made the most saves with Victoria's Mel Bridgman remained the leader in the in- dividual scoring race with 47 goals and 66 assists for 113 points. Bryan Trottier of Lethbridge is next with 106 points, including a league leading 72 assists, while Don Murdoch, the Medicine Hat rookie, is third with 103 points, including a league leading 60 goals. Jerry Rollins of Winnipeg is still the WCHL penalty leader with 391 minutes. SCORING LEADERS GAP Bridgman, Vic 47 66 113 Troltler. Loth.......... 34 72 106 Murdoch, Med Hat..... 60 43 103 Faulkner. Reg 42 46 88 Lucas. Vic............. 45 42 67 Ashby, Calgary 40 47 87 Federko. Sask......... 30 55 85 Morris, Vic 33 51 84 The players, including such star performers as 25-game winner Ferguson Jenkins of Texas Rangers, slugger Reggie Jackson of Oakland A's and batting champions Rod Carew of Minnesota Twins and Ralph Garr of Atlanta Braves, have jotted down a number approxi- mating their self-worth. The teams have countered with a different financial figure, a smaller one no doubt. Which leaves it all up to the binding arbitrator, who must pick either the owner's figure or the player's nothing in between. The ar- bitration hearings begin Wednesday. Last year, 53 players were reported set to go to arbitra- tion but only 29 filed and had their cases heard. The scoreeard read 13 winning players and 16 players called out. This year's roster would make a representative all-star team. There's Joe Rudi, Sal Ban- do, Ken Holtzman, Vida Blue, Gene Tenace, and Bert Carn- paneris, all.of Oakland; Bert Blyleven and Steve Braun of Minnesota; Pat Dobson of New York Yankees; and Garry Maddox and Randy Moffitt of. San Francisco Giants. And then there's the Jerry Kapstein team with Baltimore Orioles. Veteran Baltimore pitcher Mike Cuellar, represented by Kapstein, notified the Orioles Monday that he wanted to take his salary dispute to arbi- tration. And the Orioles re- quested arbitration for eight other unsigned represented by Kapstein. The Orioles requested arbi- tration for Ross Grimsley, Bob Reynolds, Mike Torrez, Doyle Alexander, Don Baylor, Al Bumbry, Bobby Grich and Andy Etchebarren. FIREBIRDS FLEECED PHILADELPHIA (AP) An estimated worth of equipment was taken by thieves who broke into the dressing rooms at the Spectrum used by Philadelphia Firebirds of the North American Hockey League. Police said robbers used a crowbar Sunday to break through two garage doors then crawled to the locker room through a heating vent. KINGS BUY MURRAY KANSAS CITY (AP) Kansas City Scouts said Mon- day they had sold deienceman Ken Murray to Los Angeles Kings for an undisclosed sum. Murray, who had played in eight National Hockey League games this season, had been assigned earlier in the year to the now disbanded Baltimore Clippers of. the American Hockey League. GO TO ARBITRATION SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Pitcher Randy Moffitt and outfielders Garry Maddox and Von Joshua of San Francisco Giants will take their salary disputes to arbitration this week, the National League baseball cltib said Monday. The Giants also announced the signing of catcher Dave Rader, who hit .291 in 113 games last season. He is the 15th Giant to sign. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern division W L T F A PIS Saskatoon ...29 14 8 266 187 66 Lethbridge ..22 23 4 219 223 48 Regina ......22 28 3 196 214 47 Brandon.....20 26 7 210 243 47 Winnipeg ....13 34 a 192 310 34 FlinRon.....1329 717827633 Western Division Victoria 54 36 14 4 318 198 76 'Med Hat 49 32 14 3 273 180 67 KamloOpsSO 29 17 4 241 195 62 New Wast 52 24 18 10 234 208 58 Edmonton 48 23 19 6 234 209 52 Calgary .53 9 36 8 180 298 26 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Spruce GroveSS 15 Drumheller :.33 13 Calgary .....27 19 Red Deer___23 25 Taber.......22 27 The Pass 2 43 Pantera KCOLLeoe MO ROt TRY Now Through February 15th for Miller WASHINGTON (AP) Miller's victory in the Bob Hope Desert golf tourna- ment during the weekend has sent his 1975 winnings soaring over the mark. Miller's triumph in the tour- ney that ended Sunday at Palm Springs, Calif., was his third in four starts this season. The first place prize money increased his earnings for-the year to J108.343. Runner-up Gary Groh is a distant second with Geiie Littler is third at followed by John Mahaffey, and Al Gciberger, LEITER INJURED ATLANTA (AP) Centre Bobby Leiter of Atlanta Flames suffered a fractured right ankle Sunday night dur- ing a 3 2 loss to Minnesota North Stars in a National Hockey League'game and will be sidelined indefinitely. It was Leiter's second such in- jury of the season. The first time he fractured his left ankle. NAMED TO HAIL NEW YORK (AP) Judy Johnson, a third baseman in the American Negro leagues during the 1920s and 1930s, was elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame today. Johnson, 75, was elected by the Hall of Fame committee on Negro leagues. He will enter the Cooperstown, N.Y., shrine on Aug. 18 along with Ralph Kiner, Bucky Harris, Billy Herman and Earl Averill. FIGHTS FOR BIRDS BALTIMORE (AP) Mayor William Donald Schaefer, stymied in his ef- forts to find a buyer for baseball's Orioles who is will- ing to keep the team in Baltimore, threatened legal action Monday to prevent any shift of the franchise. Schaefer said he had been assured by Maryland's gover- nor, Marvin Mandel, that the state would, join in any suit brought by the city. T F A Pis 0 306 200 70 0 256 191 66 0 280 225 54 1 215.240 47 0 284 266 44 1 138 357 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Pts. Phila....... 33 13 7 183 118 73 Rangers.... 28 17 10 224 181 66 Islanders 22 18 14 180 147 58 Atlanta..... 23 21 11 155 156 57 Smylhe Division Vancouver.. 27 21' 5 179 163 59 Chicago 25 24 6 171 157 56 St. Louis 20 23 10 172 187 50 Minnesota 15 32 6 144 222 36 Kansas City 12 35 7 132 227 31 Morris Division Montreal 32 9 14 259 155 78 Los Angeles 30 11 13 183 119 73 Pittsburgh 23 19 11 214 195 57 Detroit 14 30 10 164 223 38 Washington.. 4 45 5 114 282 13 Adams Division Buffalo..... 34 11 9 237 164 77 Boston..... 30 14 11 251 162 71 Toronto 20 27 8 183 214 48 California... 13 35 9 148 221 35 SCORING LEADERS G A P Pirn Espisolo, B........52 53 105 46 Orr, B..............33 65 98 60 Lafleur. M..........44 51 95 31 Mahovllch, M.......27 54 81 30 Dionne, D ..........30 49 79 8 Gilbert. NYR Clarke. Pha Ratelle, NYR Perreault. Buf ___ Bucyk, B Lemaire, M 30 40 70 16 14 53 67 88 24 41 65 18 27 37 64 26 20 40 64 6 24 38 62 12 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A Ptl Quebec .....34 17 0 215 164 68 Toronto .....29 22 2 227 200 60 Edmonton ...25 19 2 169 155 52 Vancouver...25 13 2 156 159 52 Winnipeg ....21 25 2 186 172 44 Eastern Division New Eng.....28 21 2 172 181 58 Cleveland ...23 28 2 149 167 48 Chicago.....'.19 33 1 177 210 39 Indi'polis ....11 38 3 120 211 25 Western Division Houston.....3418 023816468 Phoenix.....28 21 6 201 176 62 Minnesota ...27 22 1 203 170 55, San Diego 2 176 170 52 Ball.........14 35 3 123 213 31 HOCKEY SCORES World Indianapolis 4 Chicago 1 Central Salt Lake 4 Denver 1 Saskatchewan Junior j Weyburn 6 Regina Foxes 2 Exhibition Japan 4 London OHA 3 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA New Orleans 96 Atlanta 89 Milwaukee 130 Detroit 109 ABA Utah 97 Virginia 90 O.C. SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE FA Cup Fourth Round Replay Wimbledon 0 Leeds 1 Leeds away to Derby County in the'- Fifth Round Fourth Round Third Replay Notts'Forest 1 Fulham 2 Fulham away to Everton in the Fifth Round Division IV Hartlepoole vs. Lincoln City, ppd to Wednesday SCOTTISH LEAGUE FA Cup Third Round Replay Rangers 1 Aberdeen 2 Aberdeen away to Dundee U in the Fourth Round Division I Airdrieonians 1 St. Johnstons' 1 ppd from Jan. 11 Dune 4 Motherweil 1 ppd from Jan. i 18 Take two of our new snow tires and relax. ELRICH TIRES LTD. Tire Sales ana Servcr 402 lit Ave S -Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;