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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 17, 1975 Joevanazzo scores winner in overtime Golden Suns chalk up pair CALGARY (CP) Dean Solheim' scored twice to lead Taber Golden Suns to a 6-3 victory over Calgary Canucks in'an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Sunday. Darcy Virostek, Tom Schreiber, Randy Joevenazzo and Ted Weist got the other goals for Taber who had a 2-0 lead after the first period. Wayne Sherger got two for the losers while Ken Gordon completed the Canucks scoring. A five minute major penalty to Bill Keeley of Calgary proved costly to the club as Taber scored two goals while he was off the ice to tie the score 3-3 going into the final 20 minutes Taber took nine of 15 minor penalties called in the game The Canucks outshot Taber 48-35. Meanwhile a goal by Joevenazzo at of sudden death overtime lifted the Golden Suns to a 4-3 victory over the Red. Deer Rustlers game Saturday night before fans The win moved Taber to within one point of the Rustlers in the battle for the fourth and final playoff berth. Bernie Syrenne, Don Renner and Tom Schreiber scored the other goals for Taber. Rod Pimm, Brian Stephenson and Terry Wittchen scored for Red Deer. Wittchen's goal with 56 seconds remaining in the third period forced the overtime. Taber goalie Kelvin Erickson made 32 saves compared with 27 by Rod Carlson of Red Deer. Taber drew five of nine minor penalties, each team had one major and Red Deer received one misconduct. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and there was no scoring in the second. Gary Smith and Garth Morgan each scored twice as Drumheller Falcons downed Spruce Grove Mets 6-4 Sunday night before fans. Jim Nil and Roger Mitchell got the other goals for Drumheller who trailed 2-1 and 4-3 by periods. Roy Sommers, Paul Messier, Keith Hertz and Wayne Turner replied for the Mets who took 19 of 31 minor penalties Spruce Grove also was assessed four misconduct penalties The Falcons outshot the Mets 42-34. Calgary Canucks downed the Red Devils 8-1 Saturday night Calgary led 3-0 after the first period and scored five goals in the third to take the win. Greg Miller led the Canuck attack with three goals and Ted Atkinson had two. Singles went to Kent Lowry, Pete McMahan and Rick Anderson. Ray Myers got the only goal for The Pass, which outshot Calgary 33-27. Calgary took eight of 13 minors and a 10-minute misconduct and the teams split two major penalties. Held scoreless for two periods, Spruce Grove Mets erupted for three goals in the final frame Saturday night to earn a 3-1 victory over Drumheller Falcons. Ryan Wecker gave Drumheller a 1-0 lead in the first-period and the score held going into the final 20 minutes. Wayne Turner, Ron Lecuyer and Kelly Bunn were the Mets' third period marksmen as Spruce Grove were outshot 31-28. Drumheller took 10 of 18 minor penalties while Spruce Grove took three of four majors and Falcons were assessed a match penalty, Jazz win upset, Bucks led by 17 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee Bucks appeared to be laughing their way to victory at New Orleans with a 17-point lead after three quarters and a 10-point bulge with four minutes to go. But the New Orleans Jazz players weren't laughing. In- stead they stopped the Bucks' Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with solid defence, reeled off 14 consecutive points and pulled out a stunning 103-101 upset over the Bucks Sunday night. "The only way you can get the other team to miss is to play defence and we're gradu- ally beginning to do said Jazz coach Butch van Breda Kolff, whose team posted its 10th victory against 45 losses. The triumph means that even if New Orleans fails to Win another game all year, it will not equal the National Basketball Association's record for futility set by Philadelphia -'76ers in 1972-73, when they won just nine games all year. Elsewhere in the NBA Sun- day, Chicago Bulls downed Buffalo Braves 114-99, Washington Bullets beat New York Knicks 125-104, Seattle SuperSonics beat Los Angeles Lakers 109-87, Cleveland Cavaliers defeated Houston Rockets 100-95 and Kansas City-Omaha Kings beat Detroit Pistons 102-99. Saturday, Kansas City- Omaha beat the Pistons 93-81, Washington defeated New York 108-106, Golden State defeated Philadelphia 108-101, Atlanta beat Phoenix 111-107 and Boston edged Portland 102-100. In the American Basketball Association on Sunday, Denver beat New York 117-115 in overtime, San Diego defeated Kentucky 133-128 in another overtime and St.Louis beat San Antonio 101-99; On Saturday, Indiana beat Memphis 115-113, Denver beat Kentucky 109-107 and Utah defeated St. Louis 119104 ACE BUILDING SUPPLIES BUILDING MATERIALS Truss Rafters Manufactured by Ace Building Supplies All sizes available up to, 60' Ideal for Home Improvement CUPBOARD DOORS Prefinished (00 each 2 Snead won out SAN DIEGO (AP) J.C. Snead, a playoff winner in the Andy Williams-San Diego open golf tournament Sunday, has for 33 years lived in the shadow of his famous Uncle Sam. At times it's been a problem. But now he's learn- ed to live with it. "Sometimes I've had a hard time with Snead said after defeating defending champion Bobby Nichols and Ray Floyd in four holes of sudden death. Maybe somebody'had a run- in with my uncle a long time ago and they want to give me a hard time about it." Snead came from five strokes off the pace with a four-underpar 68 in the cold and wind to tie Nichols and Floyd at 279, nine-under-par on the seaside, South course at Torrey Pines Park. Nichols had a closing 71, Floyd 72. Nichols dropped out. with a three-putt bogey on the first sudden death hole. Floyd took Snead two more holes before he pumped his second shot into the water oh the fourth playoff hole. Snead made birdie-four and it was over. GOALIE TONY ESPOSITO AND JACQUES LEMAIRE, THE ODD COUPLE Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL HOLIDAY VILLAGE Alice Gier 253; Inge Seller! Hammer 236 Maria Jokuty 300 Irene Lynde 261; Jannett Smith 260; Ev CdUlts 254 Beth Flak 261; Velma Miller 243 Erma McGuire 278 Elizabeth Quick 230. VA5A LODGE Dolly Belle 228; Gunner Holte 237; Bob Hanson 241; Ruby Oseen 242; Nick Blanchl 217; Walter Baker 237; Nick Zornbori 227; Arvld Oseen 235; Carrie Baker 211; Kay Holte 220 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Laurice Block 232; Debbie Wells 221; Dick Wells 257; Larry Barton 260; Ian Hewitt 260; Lynell Gaetz 227: Flora Donaio 226; Betty Shaw 279. EAGLES' LODGE Kathy Ludwig 288 Ralph Fiorino 244; Sharon Pocrie 253; Gary Ward 259 Carole Homulos 236; Larry Veres 256; Geo. Matched 243; Marie Barnett 276 Joyce Marsden 290 Cyril Barnett 235 ALCON REFRIGERATION Al Draper 232; Mike Fogelman 284- Bill Billings 279; Karen Marthiensen 238; Brent Chambers 254; Laurie Koshney 243 CHEC GOLDEN AGE Alt Bell 246; Bodil Johanser, 233; Tom Archbold 230; Dodie Hodges 232; Matt Bernhart 260 Hialmar Nelson 235; Lela Ober 260- Roy Lavalley 271; Zella Gygl 233; ArvirJ Oseen 238; Grace Madill 235; Bill Jensen 246; Harry Long' 253 Cyril Miron 248; Frank Bernhart 251 Norah Hoftorth 294 CJOC Dave Hewitt 282 Chas Whitefoot 255; Reg Arnold 271 Jim More 273; Alex Mlchalenko 295; K. D. SPRUCE 2x2 Construction grade lin.fi. CEILING THE 12x12 Plain While (Mrsiyinfoot K.D. SPRUCE 2x4 Construction grade IS THIS YOUR CANADA WINTER GAMES Lucky Souvenir Program Number? Program Number 14594 Next Lucky Souvenir Program Draw TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18th Buy your program now you could be the lucky winner of a TRIP TO HAWII FOR TWO Norm Wilson 255; Bill Takacs 276; Ruth McLaren 245; Barb Sturrock Beneth Doram 239; Marg Michalcnko 238. CFCN TRIPLES Al Smith 305 Karlyn Spitzer 329 Jeanette Smeed 325 Bob Costanzo .298; Cathy Copeland 315; Ken Malcomson 346; Elaine Brown 310; Steve Gangur 366 Jack Smeed 373 Ken King 319 John Wildman 368 Jean Passey 299; Dianne Vlolini 290. CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Dianne Malchow 272; Laverne Schow 246; Joyce Bedford 243; Marg Mclaughlin 249 Evelyn Olden- burger 252; Bev Sarafenchon 265 Fann Conarroe 280 Joyce Brand. 267; Mel Amatto 257 Gaye PederSen 333 Joyce Kreytz 253. SR. CITIZENS (THURS.) Stan Frasar 204; Leora Ness 209- Phyllis Patching 200. SUNDOUIST CONST. Jane Smyke 253 Carol Dean 270; Marg Prudham 237; Janet Koole 244; Marie Smith 227; Rose Nunweiller 299 Doris Wickers 241 Francis Grant 228; Jacqui Klaus 244; Dot Sorenson 299 LETHBRIDGE BANKS Bob Harris 307 Duane Spitzer 312 Bob Noss 248; Ann Carmichael 274; Gerry Mann 227; Doreen Teichroeb 274; Arlene Bar. tosek 276; Jane Sheen 237; Gord Diebert 299; Murray Orr 273 THURS. NITE MIXED George Matched 312; Norm Gyulai 284 Ken Mack 262; Tim Stuckert 249; Louis Lirette 239 Greg Hamilton 272; Doreen Stolyn 234; Don Crabb 235; Susan Crabb 269; Earl Doucette 235. DOUG'S LADIES Bonnie Schlaht 254; Ann Duval 255; Lisa Stoltenberg 232; Allison Wiebe 239: Agnes MacDonald 233; Bev Pollard 244; Irene Lynde 246; Maggie Oliver 249; Chris Guenther 272 Pat Norlin 261. Y.B.C. SCHOOLS (FRIDAY) JUNIORS Kelly Okamura 242; Tom Miklos 240; Mike Gerla 257 Kevin Prindle 200; Brad Klrschenman 210 BANTAMS Brent Carson 217; David Prindle 278 Heather Doyle 235; Bryan Sparks 197; Geoff Paskuski 182. A.G.T. Frank Turtle 269 Dianne Malchow 234; Naomi Marumoto 253; Marie Rajala 256; Jerry Anderson 279; Mary Atkinson 256; Doug Aspeslet 232; Dick Wells 313 John Robertson 236; Ken Pinchak 231. FRI. NITE MIXED Wayne Roszell 314; Gary Thompson 247; Donna Wiebe 243; Joyce McCurdy 280 Roy Sewers 277; Morley Richardson 274 Fran Beresnak 264; Earl Doucette 245; Meryle Bunnage 284; Rudi Seltenhammer 243; Inge Seltenhammer 248 (717) Y.B.C. JET BOYS Greg Berthiaume 163; Brian Brand 150; David Mann 151; Bruce Harvie 187. Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Carolin Woodman 141; Sonya DeCaire 153; Jodl Freel 172; Nancy Ferguson 183; Rhonda Virostek 127 Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Mark Wright 244 Don Tlnordi 195; Edwin Burwosh 181; Danny Suoboda 213; Craig Ellis 212 Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Debbie Gommeringer 183; Cars Coulter 160; Loralee Burwash 200; Judy Coppleters 184; Calhy Hamilton 178; Sandra Ferguson 176 Y.B.C. JUNIOR SENIOR Lori Chaki 254; Cindy Pedrinl 243- David Wilks 248; Susan Stanton 260; Sandra Hamilton 285 Brian .Rossetti 254; Mike Gerla 321' David Wells 316 Pam Virostek 266; Allison Tennant 216. Kimberley rink out PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) When the shooting starts in the Canadian senior women's curling championships in Swift Current, Sask., March 16, Victoria's Flora Martin will be there defending her national title. Martin, who took the national championship last year in Halifax, cleared her final hurdle en route to this year's play Sunday when she raced to her second straight British Columbia provincial title. In Sunday's final round of play, Martin led her rink to two straight wins, downing Haney's Mary Cass 7-4 and sweeping past Eveline Silverthorne of Dawson Creek 10-5. Going into the final round of play, Cass had held the lead in the playdowns with a perfect 6-0 record to Martin's 5-1 mark. However, after bowing to Martin in their opening match, Haney's skip dropped a 9-6 decision to Kimberley's Ada Calles to finish in a tie for second place with the Kootenay rink. In other final round action Sunday, Kay Leface of Kelowna downed Kathy Kerr of Prince Rupert 12-4, Mabel Taylor of Whitehorse edged Peggy Lennon of North Van- couver 9-8, and Calles defeated Marg Cooke of Van-, couver 8-4. Later Cooke set down Taylor 8-7, and Lennon boasted an 11-9 extra end win over Kerr. SIGN WITH EXPOS MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal Expos announced Mon- day the signing of three more players from their 1975 National League 40-man ma- jor league roster to contracts for the coming baseball season. Signed were outfielder-first baseman Larry Bittner and pitchers John Montague and Dan Warthen. lin.ft. 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