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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Frldiy, February 14, 1975 THE LETHBRJDGE HERALD 11 Gendron must be pleased By The CANADIAN PRESS When Quebec Nordiques started out on their current nine-game road trip two weeks ago, coach Jean-Guy Gendron said he wasn't concerned about his club stay- ing in first place in the World Hockey Association's Cana- dian Division. The Nordiques coach said he'd just be happy to stay in contention for a playoff spot, and if second-place Toronto Toros managed to regain the division lead, he wasn't going to worry about. But after eight games on the road, the Nordiques are still leading the Toros They in- creased the margin over the idle Toros to six points Thurs- day night with a. 5-3 victory over the Roadrunners at Phoenix. In the only other WHA game Thursday, San Diego Mariners defeated Baltimore Blades 6-1. J.C. Tremblay scored the tie-breaking goal, Serge Ber- nier got his 41sl of the season and Michel Parizeau had a goal and three assists for the Nordiques who have a 5-3 record on the current road tour. Jeannot Gilbert and Marc Tardif also scored for Quebec Gene Peacosh scored two goals as San Diego climbed past idle Minnesota into third place in the West Division. It was the fifth straight home loss for the struggling Blades and their I0th in II games since the team was moved from Michigan to Maryland. Rick Sentes, Andre Lacroix, Wayne Rivers and Ted Scharf also scored tor the Mariners while Alton White was Balti- more's lone scorer. "The way we are playing now I definitely like our chances of making1 the said San Diego coach Harry Howell. "Another reason we are on the move is because Andre Lacroix is playing super hockey again." Lacroix has picked up a goal or an assist in 16 straight games, equalling the WHA record. REAL CAUSE 19'RWIN' IT BACK Roundup of bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS John Wildman 348 Kim Kovacs 294 Brian Miller 255, Drew Plumplon 247, Garry Lohuls 241. Cindy Pedtini 248, Brenda Coutts 231. John Jardfne 238. Merylen Bunnago 259. Rocky Wass 228, Ken Humphrey 223, Kalle Pedrini 249. PIONEER LEAGUE Clara Grandberg 194, Gunnar Nolle 199. Ed Linn 194, Angelle Morrison 201, Slan Fraser 201, Elmer Morrison 197, Will Ness 329 Henry Bechlhold 227, Tom Orr 201, Adam Fellig 204. SENIOR CITIZENS Pal Plomp 238, Arie Koole 250, Scotly Muir 235, Chris Maloney 238, Mall Bernharl 279. Harry Holub 294, Kalie Pirk 236, Will Ness 239. David Oliver 261. Tom Archbold 314. HIGA'S LADIES Linda Aspeslel 262 Joyce Filan 308 Willene MacDonald 266 Bea Salmon 269, Kae Mann 291 Jean Beresnak 247 Juanila Lingard 268. Loraine Persley 272. Marge Rossiler 315 Belly Roberts 245 MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Fred Mllner 311 Teny Cook 302 Doreen Soderquisl 229, Mike Slovens 279. Cy Hoiill 287, Rick Barva 225. Pat Mickey 229, Jerry Kind 225, Tom Callagham 227. Rob Anderson 288, Fred Milner 230. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Wayne Giberson 247 Keith McCurdy 240 Ed Sells 263 Gary Thompson 239 GlenysGerstnebuhler 239 Denise Lake 285 John Harvie 281 Gail Bunnage 252 (667) Irene Beresnak 282 (709) Kay Wheeler 259. TUESDAY COFFEE May Kunsman 239; Bonnie Schlaul 232: Ely Thomas 237; VI Soulherland 283; Belli Lellinnwell 232: Jo Drosle 249: Dorothy Kometz 230; Judy Knox 269; Jean McNamara 247; Penny Ewashen 239. IMPERIAL FASHIONS Jen Hegi 296 Irene Lynde 291 Pag Forry 295 Esther Shields 272; Elaine Tompkins 298 Pal Kadlr.g 295 Marg Constable 288 Shirley McLellan 329 Jean Passey 278 Amy Cheng 270.' GORDIE'S MEN Andy Valer 329 Vince Dagnone 280; Vito DePinlo 277 Rich Chudobiak 288; Bruce Canfleld 316; Fred Msslor 279, Ken Malcomson 296; Jack Smecd 340 Bruno Baceda 291 Cec Beaudry 294 CANBHA FOODS Liz Brymerskl 338 Ed Jankowiak 246; Norm Gyulai 265 Gord Tanaka 235: Tony Boh 225; Sieve Dimnlk 238: Cherye Obermeyer 228; Menno Drenl 221; Slu Nyquisl 246 Mel Mykyliuk 232. MORNING COFFEE Diane Malchow 258; Myrna Olshaski 254 Elfrleda Wiens 314 Sharon Sakalch 303 Myrna Kurina 26B Sandra Cropley245. Rose Cropley 274 Carol Daye 266 Linda Aspeslet 245; Connie Marshalsay 311 Louisa NyhofI 245. MARTINIZING Sigrld Donkln 266, Barb Jarvie 301 May Hleberl 255 Masa Goshinmon 256 Agnes MacDonald 314 Pal Henderson 275: Connie McKnight 274; Lorraine Kirchner 337 Jean Passey 361 Isabelle Bergman 310 Mary Thomson 276; Merl Dually 263; Myrna Tweter 257. GREENS SHOES Jean Christie 263 Willene MacDonald 286 Hay MacDonald 279 Bert Mezie 276; Darrell Lagler 393 Tom Hackman 281; Ben Salcedo 338; Tom Baker 390 Barb Jarvie 277 Bill Koskoskl 330 John Rempel 298 J.C.C.A. Tom Hlrashima 287 Tom Medoruma 287 Mas Shigehlro 360 Al Srligehlro 333; Cherry Hamabala 279; Nish Chaki 321 Jiro Miyagawa 294; Jim Yamada 290; Lee Hargrave 267 Aya Nakamura 268; Belly Tomiyama 264 HOLIDAY BOWL DAIRY QUEEN Bodjl Johannsen 249 Mary Shields 269, Gert Curran 235, Zila Tinordi 308 Olga Geddes 240. Audrey Scoll 231, Marj Fleming 252 Dinnie Turcotte 217, Mary Ward 218. Marge McLaughlln 225, Letham second SASKATOON (CP) The battle for playoff positions in the Canada West University Athletic Association men's basketball league may go right down to the wire, but the same isn't true in most in- dividual departments. Steve Pettifer and Roger Ganes continue to hold a wide margin in the scoring and rebounding races respec- tively, but a four-way battle continues to pick up steam for the two playoff spots. University of Calgary Dinosaurs were the only team to win both their games last weekend and, now sporting an 11-5 record. Dinosaurs hold a share of top spot. Victoria Vikings managed to move back into a virtual tie with Calgary when the Vikings snapped a four-game losing streak by handing British Columbia Thunder- birds an overtime loss at home, UBC's first home loss of the year. With a 12-6 record, Victoria has a slim lead on both UBC and Alberta Golden Bears who also split their weekend series. The latter two teams are both 10-6 for the season. LEADERS Pelliler, UBC Letham, Leth Ganes, Sask Foggo. Leth Bishop, Cal. Baker, Alia Jacoby, Sask Duddridge. Vic....... Lee. Cal......... 16 100 Leslie. Cal....... 16 80 OP FG Ft fit 16 125 93 343 18 132 57 321 16 104 73 281 17 108 59 275 16 113 25 251 16 115 19 249 16 106 36 248 17 114 (Minimum of 12 games played) 30 258 43 243 41 201 STANDINGS W L Calgary .........11 5 Vicloria .........12 6 Albeila..........10 6 B.C..............10 6 Sask............ 4 12 Lelh 3 16 PCI GBL .687 .667 .625 4 .625 1 .250 7 .166 9 Beth Warkentin 219, Rose Hannah 224. SIMPSONS SEARS Mel Slasluk 288. Wendy Cook 276, Pal Sherrlnglon 258, Lou Karbonlk 263, Al Pirol 266. Helen Hoiseltl 260, Herb Ellerman 248. Tom Pralt 244, Verna Matson 239. A.P.A. Sherry Clark 269, Hoy Budd 298. Jean Kgula 260, Glen Whltslde 230, Rila Alexander 209, Calhy McGlnly 287, Swat Jonas 217. BENDIX Larry Barton 273, Ken Humphreys 262, Karlyn Spitzer 301 Dave Hewitl 313, Garth Barr 261, Judy Har- mae 247, Chris Slollenberg 266, Don Bessie 328, Les Hayes 255. BENDIX Louise Burr 234, Grace Beard 246, Bev Odgen 235, Myra Malcomson 235, Nina Zecchigna 270. Karlyn Spitzer 303, Marilynn Tremel 235, Stella Chamber 250, Marllene Tremel 238. MONDAY GOLDEN AGE Mary Ward 231. Ted Ward 243, Frank Bernhart 244 Kalle Bernharl 259, Velma Miller 224, Kay Davison 230 Rob Clark 236, All Bell 235, Slim Berry 236. Henry Brown 236. Dave Pelrle 236. Huby Oseen 279 Arvid Oseon 263 COMMERCIAL MEN H. C. Brown 287. Ken King 316 Tom Baker 320, Les Dyke 331 Hoy Smeed 304, Steve Saler 307, Bob Spitzer 388 Steve Pedersen 375 John Wildman 315. Jack Smeed 298. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Doug Pankhurst 293 Morgan Sparks 297, Lorna Wlshlow301 Jim Malcomson 261 Barry Rosenlelt 264, Dianne Vlollnl 304 Duane Hamabata 278. Mel Viergulz 293, Pete Berthlaume 297 Elaine Viergulz 246, Rollie Jalberl 261 Andy Valer 256. HAMILTON FLOORS WIN Hamilton Floors defeated the Knights of Columbus 5-2 in Lethbridge Industrial Hockey League play Wednesday. Warren Wagner scored two for the winners with single markers going to Vic Palychuk, Merle Pickett and Alvin Tietz. Ken Forrester and Terry Hoyer scored for the losers. Finley will pay others but not Ray Fosse SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Owner Charles Finley of Oak- land A's says he'll be a gracious loser in any salary arbitration catcher Ray Fosse is one of the winning players. "If 1 lose that case, I'll get out of the owner of the American League club de- clared Wednesday. He brought up the Fosse not identifying the catcher by an impromptu luncheon news conference which followed the first arbitration hearing of 1975 in which pitcher Ken Holtzman asked for a raise to s "We pay our players the owner of the world cham- pionship club said, adding that the A's payroll "has increased 155 per cent in the last five years." Finley is out to hold the salary line in the cases of Holtzman, offered the same contract won through arbitration last year, and several other front-line players including Fosse, whose case is scheduled to be heard next Wednesday. Joe Rudi and Vida Blue were scheduled for hearings today, but outfielder Rudi and catcher Gene Tenace settled with Finley Wednesday night. Presumably they were given raises over the salaries they got in 1974 after losing in reported 000 for Rudi and for Tenace. Reliever Paul Lindblad agreed to a Finley offer Tues- day, so only 10 ol the 13 A's cases originally filed for arbi- tration were left. Holtzman should hear today whether he won or lost. Finley said: "One player who didn't even hit .200 last year asked me for a raise and he was really sincere. To make it even fun- nier, he took me into ar- bitration." Finley added that "the player didn't even play a full season." Fosse has lowered his aim to an raise, Finley said, and the owner is offering the same money as last year after at first offering the catcher a raise. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC DirrmcH Ctrtill.d Dinlil MMhlnlc 303 5lh Strnl South PHONE 338-7884 There wasn't much of a sales pitch re- quired as Bev Scotton of Coaldale received a description of the ski equipment she picked up last week from Dieter's Ski Sport in the College Mall. Skis, Boots and Poles were included in the prize Bev picked up from the College Mall Merchants Association during their January Snow Job Sale. Capitol PAUL MCCARTNEY BEACH BOYS GLEN CAMPBELL JOHN LENNON THE BEATLES MERLE HAGGARD RINGO GRAND FUNK BUCK OWENS ANN MURRAY PINK FLOYLD SUSAN RAYS HELEN REDDY GOOSE CREEK LINDA RONSTADT THE ERIC BURDON BAND ami iminy.imiity mow ANGLO STEREO PHOTO 419-5th StrMt South ;