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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, February LETH0RIDOE Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Bernice Hay earned the women's bowler of the-week honors with a sparkling effort in Dairy Queen Women's... she clicked for a 331 and an 803 triple which sent her 216 pins over her 195 average the 331 was also the high single of the year and the 803 high three for the season Roy Cunningham was the men's bowler of the week by turning in his top performance of the season in Commercial Men's he rolled 301, 287 and 290 for an 878 triple, 185 Sins over his 231 average e also earned one -of the berths on the Southern Alberta team which will seek provincial honors next month. Big guns in Commercial Men's were Lyle Wilson with 350 and 734, Ken Kurtz 334 and 842, Jack Tremblay 331, Steve Mezei 332, John Wecels 328, Ken Larson 325 and Bill Hleucka 325. Helen Rossetti posted a 281 in Dairy Queen and Karlyn Spitzer starred in Automatic Electric with 300 and 818, 140 pins over her 226 average Jack Unterscher led Simpsons-Sears with a 312 with Mel Stasiuk adding a 274. Clint Simmons paced Bendix with 277, and in Holiday Village Vi Anderson led with a 271 and Irene Lynde took over high three with a 707 Tops in Vasa Lodge were Nick Bianchi and Dorothy Svennes with 256 each with a 255 by Karl Campa pacing Pepsi... Don McDowell's 312 headed Dept. of Agriculture and the week's stars in Senior Citizens were Arie Koole with 316 and 742, Walter Baker 296, Ben Evanson 289 and Mary Ward 251. Sharon Bodnaruk rolled a 229 in Wilson Junior High and 189 pins over her average Rob Emerson's 211 led the boys In CJOC Harry Garrick had a 294 and Dieter Bechtold 284 with Jock Mulgrew's 902 still the year's high three for the men Erma McGuire's 306 led the gals and Marlene Tremel took over high three for the year with a 775 Orly Cerney's 328 and Bob Sinclair's 291 led CPR, and in CHEC John Schaalje had a 307, Bill Willis 302 and Elaine Brown 286 Leaders in Civil Service were John Erickson 323 and 817, Steve Roth 297, Bernice Stewart 298 and Alice Kolibas 279 Highlights of Classic Triple action were Jeanette Smeed with 329, Dianne Violini 323 and for four games, Phil Harrison 291, Steve Gangur 323, Steve Pedersen 307 and Jack Smeed 301. At Capri Bowl, Earl Armour turned in his top effort of the season to garner the men's bowler of the- week honors bowling hi Green's Shoes he ripped off 257, 344 and 279 for a big 880 triple which will give his 226 average a shot in the arm Evelyn Groves, bowling in Eagles Lodge with a 185 average, headed the gals for the week with 225, 263 and 253 for a 741 triple... Spotlighted in YBC play were Bob Williams with 197, Tommy Doyle 171, Sandra Ferguson 222 and Pamela McDonald 202 in Jet play, Brad Kirschenman 278, Mark Gretzinger 256, Allister Paterson 266, Merylen Bunnage 260, Jan Baker 225 and Pam Shigehiro 212 in bantam action, Marty Shigehiro 264, Tom Miklos 290 and Leslie Killins 294 in jun- ior play and Duane Guzzi 331, Ken Kurtz 281, Linda Malcomson a big 357 and Cherye Obermeyer 333 in senior competition. In men's league play, -Bob Thomson had a 324 and John Kovacs a 751 triple in Prebuilt with Bill Hamilton shining in of Columbus with 328 and 778.. High in Gordies were Morgan Sparks, who is enjoying his finest year yet, with 371 and 767, Ray Decaire 319, Jack Smeed 344 and 831, Ed Henderson 341 and 807, Bruce Canfield 324 and 841 and Klaus Witzke 301 In Green's there were some big games with Bill Hamilton rolling 306 and-804, Earl Armour 344 arid 880, Darrell Lagler 344 and 842, Bill Koskoski 312 and 877, John Rejnpel 336 and 890, Lew Mills 338 and 832, Bruno Baceda 316 and Fred Smeed 319 Leaders in Henry Homes were Norman Gyulai with 305 and Brian Leishman with an 813 triple while tops in JCCA were Tak Katakami 302, Francis Higa 305 and 766 and Shig Goshintnon 298 Dale Pushor's 754 triple led Friday Mixed. In women's league action the leaders in Higa's were Dot Anderson 301 and 780, Edith Voth 301 and Juanita Lingard 326 and 746 A 279 by Janet Wiebe led Tuesday Coffee with a 276 by Ev Kraus high in Junior Shop... Kathy Ludwig paced Capri Morning Coffee with 303 and Sydney Ripley had a 285 In Martinizing Frieda Boulton hit for 343 and 718, Judy Tamayose adding 300 and May Hiebert 308 Nadine Kovacs blistered the pins for a 368 in Green's Shoes with Karlyn Spitzer good for 313, Jean Christie a 786 triple and Isabelle Bergman 285 and 781 Leaders in NuMode Homes were Connie Marshalsay 309, Myrna Olshaski 298 and 749 and Linda Aspeslet 278 and 765 In Sundquist Construction Dorothy Adams had a 294 and Pat Plomp a 749 triple with Patti Balgardson's 284 leading the Bankers Linda Bravel's 707 triple topped Henry Homes. Minor hockey A third period goal by John Wasilewski lifted the Nationals to a 4-4 draw with the Lakers in a Midget game Monday night. Shane Hirsche, Greg Maxwell and Doug Kitaguchi chipped in with singles while Dan Riedlhuber. Brent Bentham. Craig Murray and Craig Brown replied for the Lakers. The Cougars and Hornets battled to a 2-2 tie in a Bantam B match. Blaine Graff and Reid Stringham scored for the Cougars while Owen Hayward and Anton Mihay tallied for the Hornets The Canadians whipped the Jets 6-1 in a Bantam A contest staged over the weekend. Pat McCune and Craig Robinson tallied a pair of goals for the winners while Len Rook aided with a single. Bryan Turner managed a single hi a losing cause. Tim Rohovie scored a paii of goals and led the Bisons to an easy 7-1 victory over the Falcons in a Pee Wee Roy Husch. Dong Spoulos Steve Ayers, Chris Spoulos and Brian Megella chipped in with singles while Mark Murakami replied in a kjsinf came. In another contest, Greg Horon and Rick Williams notched a two goals each and paced the Sabres to a 6-4 win over the Jets. Neil Walters and Ron Terakita aided with a goal apiece while Rick Moser tallied twice for the Jets. Two goals by Peter Watson carried the Islanders to a 5-1 decision over the Fort Macleod Rangers. Curtis McKeen, Rod Snopek and Fred Thompson chipped in with singles. Mauro Cattoni potted in two goals and lifted the A.C.T. Repts to a 5-0 win over the Ti- Cats in a Midget game Thursday night. Glen Leffingwell. Randy O'Sullivan and Scott MacLennan added single? while Tim Katakami and Dave Crighkm combined to earn the shutout in the nets. In another Midget game Thursday night, the Northstars edged the Royals 2-1. Rick Parkyn and Gordon Tokariuk tallied for the winners while Dairy! Snopek replied for the losers Hawks9 netminders finally surpass Flyers' twosome Mixing it up "Hey, watch it" is the'expression on the face of Charlie Prongue, left, as he shoulders a punch from Conrad Sincennes. The two boxers will be in action Friday and Saturday as the Kainai Gloves presents an amateur fight card at the Exhibition Pavilion. NHL players decline MONTREAL (CP) For the first time in the 1973-74 National Hockey League season, West Division-leading Philadelphia Flyers have relinquished their lead in the battle for goaltending honors. Statistics released by the league Monday show that Chi- cago Black Hawks, who trail the Flyers by six points after the two teams have played 52 games each, have taken the lead in the Vezina Trophy race with 109 goals against, one fewer than the Flyers. At the half-way mark in the Flyers led with 75 goals against, while the Hawks were second with 83. Two weeks ago the Flyers had a 10- goal lead over Chicago. In the 13 games since the mid-season mark, the Flyers have allowed 35 goals or an average of 2.69 a game, compared to 26 goals the Hawks have allowed for a two- goals-against mark. The Vezina Trophy award goes to the league's best goalie been basically between Tony Esposito of Chicago and Bernie Parent of the Flyers all season. Both have performed most of the goaltending duties for their respective teams all with minutes of the possible, and parent with of a possible minutes. Mike Veisor played the re- maining time for Chicago, and Bobby Taylor the rest of the time for Philadelphia. Neither can claim he has been over worked. However, neither Parent, with a 1.94 goals-against average, nor Esposito at 2.03, have the individual lead Locals at home Lethbridge Longhorns, fresh from a three point weekend, will be at home to the Pass Red Devils tonight in Alberta Junior Hockey League action at Henderson Ice Centre Red Devils have all but clinched the fourth and final playoff berth in the six team league while the Longhorns are still battling to escape the league cellar. Longhorns trail Drumheller Falcons by six points in the standings A game between the two clubs on Sunday settled little as the contest ended in a 7-7 draw. Tonight's game is set for eight o'clock. Longhorns next action will be Sunday afternoon when the league leading Red Deer Rustlers pay a two o'clock visit to Henderson. among goaltender averages. That figure belongs to Ross Brooks of Boston Bruins, who, in 13 games and 740 minutes, has allowed 22 goals for a sparking 1.78 average. Brooks has lost only one game in the 12 decisions he has figured and has recorded three shutouts. Parent continues to lead in shutouts with 10, three more than Esposito. Only two teams, New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins have failed to record a shutout this season. Meanwhile, in the individual scoring race, centre Phil Esposito of Boston is one point away from reaching the 100- point 4evel for the fifth time and the fourth straight season He has 47 goals and 52 assists for 99 points, a 17-point edge over team-mate Bobby Orr Right winger Ken Hodge, also of the Bruins, is third with 73 points SCORING LEADERS G A P Pirn Esposito, B 47 52 99 26 Orr, B 23 59 82 68 Hodge, B 38 35 73 24 Martin. Buf 38 29 67 30 Clarke, Pha 25 33 58 82 Hextall, Mm 15 43 58 98 Ullman. T 18 39 57 10 Park NYR 17 40 57 75 Courrtoyer M 30 26 56 16 Sittler, T 27 29 56 25 Gilbert NYR 23 33 56 16 Goldswtrty Mm 29 25 54 65 Dionne, D 15 39 54 8 Bucyk, B 18 35 53 6 Robert, Buf 16 37 53 42 Cashman. B 15 38 53 89 Unger.SL 26 26 52 68 Grant, Mm 22 29 51 12 Johnston. Cal 22 29 51 37 Mikita, C 19 32 51 14 By AL COLLETT1 NEW YORK (CP) The National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) said Monday it will not agree to any pre-season exhibition series with the World Hockey Association because the players feel it would be a first step towards a merger. Alan Eagleson, executive director of the NHLPA, said the players and himself have been kept in the dark on the terms of the proposed settlement between the NHL and WHA that would resolve out-of-court the more than million in antitrust lawsuits brought by the two-year-old WHA against the NHL. Eagleson and the NHLPA executive board-met with four NHL governors at La Guardia Airport to reconsider the exhibition series which the NHLPA first rejected two weeks ago in Chicago. The NHL players were represented by Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins, Syl Apps of Pittsburgh Penguins and Pit Martin of Chicago Black Hawks. The NHL governors were William Jennings of New York Rangers, Bruce Norris of Detroit Red Wings, William Wirtz of Chicago and Charles Mulcahy of Boston Eagleson said the NHLPA indicated to the owners that the players "were not prepared to adjust from our position on the exhibition games." Lawyers for the WHA and NHL were due to appear in the Philadelphia courtroom of Federal Judge A. Leon Higginbotham Thursday or Friday to give a progress report on their litigation problems. Eagleson said he did not want the lawyers to take into court the impression that the owners have settled the exhibition issue with the players. Esposito, in explaining the players' feelings on the matter, said they felt because the owners seemed to be "making a lot of fuss" over 15 exhibition games "there must be something more to it than that." "Until we, the players, find out exactly what it'is, we're not agreeing to anything at this time because we don't know that is going on. And that's the truth...." Eagleson said he had not seen any of the NHL or WHA proposals. "That is what disturbs us.... We haven't seen anything, we haven't heard anything, except what we heard in the media and press releases." The NHL owners and the WHA lawyers have refused to give the players' association a copy of the proposed settle- ment Eagleson said. Esposito said he hopes the meetings Thursday or Friday in Philadelphia will help clear the picture. "This is getting to be ridicu- added. Eagleson said after the meeting of ttie players in Chicago he drafted a letter to Judge Higginbotham stating the players' reasons for rejecting the exhibition games. "We also requested of the judge that we be given one month to review any proposed settlement until we could put on record with him our views on the subject. We have received no response in that regard but I would hope he would give us that opportunity so that we would have a chance to say what we don't like about this proposed settlement." Eagleson said, however, he felt an agreement will be reached between the NHL and WHA. "I'll be surprised if they don't finalize some settlement within the next week or 10 days.... Pilling scores four Baden Pilling blasted home four goals and carried the Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors to a 10-8 victory over the Lethbridge Midget Elks in a Southern Alberta Juvenile League game at Henderson Sunday night. The big, chunky forward tallied twice in both the first and third periods which helped his teammates hold period scores of 4-2 and 64. Greg Lewis and Harvie Pocza aided in the hard-fought win with two goals apiece while singles went to Don Johnson and Bob Quinell. Ron Moser and Scott Jarvie scored a pair of goals and Cam MacLennan, Mike Boychuk. Michel Dumont and Bob Miles added singles in a losing cause. The Warriors also picked up five of 12 minor penalties and two of three majors. Meanwhile an all-star club from the SAJHL defeated the Brooks Tubers of the Central Alberta Junior Hockey League 10-8 in an exhibition match staged in Vauxhall Saturday night The juvenile all-stars made up of players from the Vauxhall Legionaires, Lethbridge Warriors and Claresholm Clippers trailed 3- 2 after the opening period but came back to lead 6-5 by the end of the second. Terry Kress paced the all- stars with four goals while Pilling and Pocza of the Warriors added a pair each. John McKee and Kevin Keith added singles. Keith is also a member of the Warriors Wayne Hart led the Tubers' attack with a four-goal performance while teammate Richard Martin aided with a hat-trick and Rob Lassiter a singleton. Merchants victorious The Magrath Merchants scored a slim victory over Lethbridge Capri in a Chinook Men's Basketball League game Monday night. Rick Ponomar was outstanding for the Merchants with a 33-poinl performance while Brad Wilde chipped in with 23. 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