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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuwdiy, February 18, 1975 VIS Wl DO... Wt reprwnt ill nujor Alrllnw ind Steemihlp Companlae. We can alto reierva ahead tor accommodation, U Your I.A.T.A. Appointment Agent Centre Vlllnga Mall ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Phone 321-9201 -The Herald Sports LETHBrnOOE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowr level thayalna: Mai Lethkritae, Alberta 329-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Bowling banter Smead simply sizzled Monday was a day off, weekend produced records At Holiday Bowl, a red hot Jack Smeed hit the high spots to earn the men's bowler of the week honors he had an 803 triple in Commercial Men's, 373 and a pintail of 161 for four in CFCN and 380 and a rousing 989 triple in the Thomas Adams rolloffs for his biggest week of the year Bob Spitzer took runnerup honors with 388 and 864 in Commercial Men Maria 'Jokuty captured the women's bowler of the week title by clicking for 30Q and a 770 tri- ple in Holiday Village, 185 pins over her 195 average in other big outings in Commer- cial Men, Ken King had 316 and 878, Tom Baker 320 and 812, Les Dyke 313 and 879, Reg Arnold an 801 triple, Steve Pedersen, 375 and 851, John Wildman 315 and 802, John Rempel a 776 triple, Wimp Nakamura 766 and Mike Tobo 772 In YBC play, bantam leaders were Laura Peterson 241, Randy Tremel 205 and Ray Brown 209, juniors Val Wallace 228 and Billy Doyle 268 and seniors David Urban 287 and 763, Laurie Mellor 297 and Linda Malcomson 318 and 835. i Frank Bernhart's 712 paced Monday Golden Age with a 779 by Jim Malcomson tops in Knights of Columbus Beri- dix leaders were Dave Hewitt 313 and Don Bessie 328 with Roy Budd's 298 high in ADA Gary Ward's 702 triple paced Eagles with a 284 by Mike Fogelman tops in Alcon other leaders included Harry In women's league action, CFCN was led by Rarlyn Spitzer 329 and for four, Jeanette Smeed 325 and Cathy Copeland 315 and Jean Passey 299 and and Dianne Violin; 290 and Ruby Oseen's 279 and 723 led Monday Golden Age with Lorna Wishlow 301 and 721 and Dianne Violini 304 and 780 high in Knights of Columbus A 301 and 783 by Karlyn Spitzer set the pace in Bendix with Zita Tinordi's 308 tops in Long with 726 in CHEC Golden Age, Reg Arnold 750 in CJOC, Reid Anderson 758 and Ernie Frache 297 and 754 in Civil Service, Orley Cemey 754 and George Matchett 295 and 755 in CPR, while in CFCN Ken Malcomson rolled 346, Steve Gangur 366 and for four games, Ken King 319 and and Bob Costanzo 298 and Dairy Queen... Mel Stasiuk's 288 led Simpsons Sears with Cathy McGinty's 287 high in ADA Betty Shaw's 279 led Automatic Electric with Joyce Marsden's 290 and a 717 triple by Marie Barnett high in Eagles other leaders were Norah Hofforth with 294 in CHEC Golden Age, Marie Barnett 358 and 751 in Thomas Adams, and Barb Jarvie 301 and 732, Edith Voth 758, Carol Hall 738, Sandra Hunt 741 and Joan Sudo with a 737 triple, all in Alpine Drywall. MONTREAL (CP) All 18 National Hockey League teams had a day off from scheduled play Monday. And for many of the players it afforded an opportunity to savor last weekend's exploits as the teams combined to produce the highest goal out- put of any weekend in league history. During 15 games eight Saturday and seven Sunday 120 goals were scored, an average of eight .per game. The total exceeded the previous high of 112 in 13 games last April 6-7, although that weekend still ranks as the highest average goal total 8.6. The previous high this season was 104 goals in 15 games Dec. 14-15. For Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal Canadians the respite provided him with time to consider his personal single-game high production. Cournoyer scored five goals against Chicago Black Hawks during Saturday night's 12-3 win in Montreal and added a pair of assists. The last time a player scored five times in an NHL game was Nov. 7, 1968, when Red Berenson of St. Louis Blues had six goals during an 8-0 victory at Philadelphia against the Flyers. The last Montreal player to score five goals in one game was right winger Bobby Rousseau, who did it against Detroit Red Wings at Montreal Feb. 1, 1964. The 12 goals represented the most by a Montreal team in a single game since Jan. when it defeated the Hawks 12-1. The 15 goals equalled the most in one game by both teams this season. Minnesota North Stars defeated Pitt- sburgh Penguins 8-7 at Minnesota Dec. 21, in the other 15-goal game. Centre Pete Mahovlich will also have fond memories of the weekend. He picked up four assists in the two games against won 6-3 Sunday at Chicago to set an all-time Montreal club single-season record of 59 assists. He has played 58 games and surpassed the old Montreal mark of 58 assists set by Jean Beliveau in 1960- 61. Greg Polis of New York Rangers also had a good weekend as he scored four goals to lead the Rangers to a Saturday 9-2 win at Minnesota. It was the first time Polls had scored three goals in one game. Rookie Eric Vail of Atlanta Flames scored all three goals during his club's 3-3 tie at Vancouver against the Canucks to give the rookie his third three-goal game of the season. Rick Kehoe turned in the first three-goal game of the season by a Pittsburgh player as the Penguins beat Toronto Maple Leafs 8-3 Saturday at Toronto. It was Kehoe's se- cond three-goal game of his NHL career, the other coming while a member of the Leafs in 1972-73. But despite the flood'of goals, the leading scorers in the individual points race had a lean week. Centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins was held to one assist in three games, but still retains a four-point lead over team-mate Bobby Orr. Orr picked up four assists in three games. Esposito has a league- leading 52 goals and 106 points. Orr leads in assists with 69 to go with his 33 goals. Three-draw days tough in senior curling ranks At Capri Bowl, Darrell Lagler, who has enjoyed some big outings this year, blistered the pins in Green's Shoes with a great effort to capture the men's bowler of the week honors he posted 393 and a fat 993 triple, a mere seven pins off the magic triple mark Tom Baker got honorable mention with 390 and 852, an effort which hor- In men's league play, Mas Shigehiro headed the pack in JCCA with 360 and 748, Al Shigehiro adding 333 and Tom Hirashima 775 Leaders in Bankers were Duane Spitzer with 312 and 721 and Bob Harris 307 and 777 while Dick Wells topped AGT with 313 and 743... Wayne Roszell had 314 and Morley Richardson 744 in Friday Mixed with Fred Milner's 311 and 729 tops in mally would have given him the laurels, also in Green's... Marge Rossiter took the women's bowler of the week crown with 315 and 795' in Higa's, 305 pins over her average, with Gaye Petlersen earning honorable mention with 333 and 763 in NuMode Homes, 160 pins over her average. Monday Mixed Will Ness sparkled in the Pioneer League with 329 and 773 while Tom Archbold had 314 and Harry Holub 294 in Monday Senior Citizens Jack Smeed sizzled in Gordies with 340 and a big 988 Valer had 329 and 751 and Bruce Canfield 316 Norm Gyulai's 714 led Canbra Foods and Ben Salcedo clicked for 338 in Green's Shoes. CALGARY (CP) Sas- katchewan skip Morrie Thompson of Saskatoon's Nutana Club says three-draw days take their toll in the Canadian senior men's curling championship. The 50-year-oid Thompson, who with Glen Adams of Lachine, Que., is the youngest player in the competition, said his team had a distinct advan- tage going into its fifth round battle with 1971 champion Dr. Wendell MaeDonald of Prince Edward Island on Monday night. "We were coming off a he said. "Wendell was heading into his third game of the day. That's tough for a guy Winnipeg and Alberta's Del Mclntyre of Edmonton took the third round off, then won two straight. Henry whipped Royal Cooper's winless New- foundland outfit 12-3, then scored a 6-5 victory over Lawrence Carter of Amherst, M.S., who earlier defeated B.C. 11-4. Mclntyre struggled through both his victories, accepting stolen points in bundles. Against the Territories' Herb Taylor of Whitehorse, the Ed- monton rink stole a pair of threes in an 8-4 win. Then it handed defending champion B.C. its third straight loss by taking four points in the last three ends played for another 8-4 decision. Northern Ontario's Jim Simpson lost two of three matches. Simpson missed his last rock of the third round to give P.E.I, a 7-5 win. Then after thrashing Ottawa's Wagner 11-3, the Thunder Bay rink bowed 74 to Quebec's Adams, whose two wins even- ed his record'at 2-2 along with the Territories. Carter has a 2-3 record while Ontario and B.C. are 1-3 and Newfoundland has lost all five of its matches. Queen's Plate candidate The first Secretariat offspring to be eligible for the Queen's Plate was born last week in Toronto. Jim Black owns the mare Bright New Day after buying her from Secretariat's trainer Lucien Laurin. Stan Patrick dead at 74 In women's league play, Nish Chaki led JCCA with 321 and 749, Dot Sorensbn with 299 and 757 and Rose Nunweiler 299 and 736 topped Sundquist Construction and Arlene Bar- tosek's 276 led the Bankers... Chris Guenther's 702 triple paced Doug's with Joyce McCurdy's 280 tops in Friday Joyce Filan had 308 and Kae Mann 291 and 737 in Higa's Vi'Sutherland's 283 headed Tuesday Coffee while tops in Imperial Fashions were Shirley McLellan with 329 and 719, Jen Hegi 296 and In Young Adults John Wildman starred with 348 and 872, Kim Kovacs adding 294 and 790 Friday YBC Schools were led by Kelly Okamura with 242 and a 426 double, Mike Gerla 257 and 492 and Tom Miklos 240 and 433.. Jet leaders were Bruce Har- vie 187, Greg Berthiaume 163, Nancy Ferguson 183 and Jodi Irene Lynde with a 717 triple Liz Brymerski paced Canbra Foods with 338 and 708 while in Wednesday Coffee Elfrieda Weins had 314, Con- nie Marshalsay 311 and 748 and Sharon Sakatch 303 Jean Passey blazed away in Martinizing with 361 and 927, a standout effort, with Lorraine Kirchner also starring with 337 and 849 and Agnes MacDonald 314 High in Green's were Willene MacDonald with 286 and 717, Jean Chrstie 704 and Barb Jar- vie 715. i Freel 172 Bantam pace setters were Mark Wright 244 and a 401 double, Danny Suoboda 213, Craig Ellis 212 and Loralee Burwash 200 Leading the junior seniors were Sandra Hamilton 285 and 721, Pam Virostek 266 and 693, Susan Stanton 260, Mike Gerla 321 and 775, David Wells 316 and 744 and Brian Rossetti 254 and 684. INCOME TAX SERVICE Income tax forms have become a lot more complicated than they used to be. Why not turn yours over to Niagara? We have experts and computers. Give us your income and expense information and we'll do up your return quickly and accurately. Just visit your nearest Niagara Office. It's listed in the white pages. Tax our brains instead of your own. Niagara NIAGARA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED At that, Thompson admitted the veteran Islanders gave his rink "all we could handle." "We'd get a jump he'd come right back to tie. It hap- pened three times. But he gambled in the ninth end and lost." MacDonald was trailing by two and elected to play a dou- ble takeout at the back of the rings for a tying two instead of making an easy draw for one. When he missed the takeout, it was 9-5 Saskatchewan and the Islanders called it quits. The three Prairie teams joined New Brunswick with leading 3-1 records and each of the leaders drew a bye Monday to support Thomp- son's theory. "The tables are turned said Thompson, who played third oh a 1964 men's rink which lost on the last rock to Ernie Richardson of Regina in the provincial championship. Today's second schedule of three rounds, the last such day of the competition, calls for each of the leaders to play three games apiece. At a.m. MST in the six- th round, Saskatchewan and Manitoba face off in the key game. In the seventh round at p.m., Manitoba plays New Brunswick. Ken Melvin's Saint John team was the last to suffer defeat Monday. Riding a 3-0 record, Melvin was beaten 8-6 by MacDonald who displayed consistent draw weight. Earlier, Melvin beat British Columbia 11-4. Saskatchewan's bye split its day. Thompson beat Bill Wag- ner of Ontario 13-6 in the third round, then outlasted P.E.I, in the fifth round. Manitoba's Lyle Henry of Montreal should get Grey Cup nod TORONTO (CP) The Canadian Football League is expected to choose Toronto over Montreal as the site of the 1976 Grey Cup game when discussions for the cham- pionship event come before the CFL's four-day annual meeting which begins today. Both Toronto and Montreal have bid for the game, but Toronto appears to have an edge for 1976 and Montreal in 1977 since the completion date of Montreal's plus seat Olympic Stadium still is a question mark. The 1975 game is scheduled for Nov. 23 the earliest championship game in 60 years at Calgary. Announcement of the successful bidder is expected to be made during the CFL's executive meeting Thursday. The question of roster changes, will also be con- sidered with most teams in favor of adding one more. Canadian. One of the excep- tions, however, is believed to be Saskatchewan Roughriders who are believed to be behind a move to reduce the number of players being carried. Today's meeting of general managers from the nine CFL clubs is expected to clear up any problems still unresolved before they are dealt with at the owners' level. The college draft, in which Steve Scully, a starting offen- sive guard the last two years at Syracuse University will be the No. 1 pick, will begin at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, who have first pick by virtue of a 1974 trade with Calgary Stampeders, indicated last week the 6-foot-3 275-pound Kitchener, Ont., native would be their first selection. The Eastern and Western conferences will convene for separate meetings later Wednesday, preparing presen- tations for the following morning when the CFL con- ducts its annual'business VANCOUVER (CP) Stan Patrick, 74, youngest of the four Patrick brothers who dominated professional hockey on both coasts for more than two decades, died Monday. Born William Stanley Patrick, he stayed in Van- couver to look after family interests while his late brothers, Lester, Frank and Guy went to New York to take over the Rangers of the National Hockey League. Mr. Patrick Was a former manager of the family owned Denman Auditorium. In the heyday of the Pacific Coast Hockey League, before and during the 1920s, he helped his brothers manage teams in Victoria and Vancouver. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F ..30 14 ..24 24 ..20 27 ..22 31 ..15 31 ..14.34 Saskatoon Lethbrldge Brandon__ Reglna___ Flin Flon. Winnipeg. A Pit 9 271 189 89 5 236 241 53 8 213 250 48 3 208 236 47 7 202 305 37 8 196 313 36 Wetlern Division Victoria .....37 15 4 330 205 78 MedHat.....34 14 4 297 193 72 Kamloops ...29 19 6 258 220 64 New West ...25 18 10 240 208 60 Edmonton ...26 19 6 257 216 58 Calgary ......9 39 8 189 321 26 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A PU Spruce Or. .36 16 0 313 207 72 Drum........35 14 Calgary .....29 20 Taber.......24-27 Red Deer... .23 27 The Pass 0 273 205 70 0 300 236 58 0 294 272 48 1 225 254 47 1 143 374 5 IS THIS YOUR CJUUOA WINTER GAMES Lucky Program NumlMrt Proflram Numbw 14594 Next Lucky Seuvtnir Program Draw TUESDAY, PURIf ANY 18ttl Soy your program you could be the lucky winner of a TRIP TO NAWII TOM TWO Scoular wields a heavy club RED DEER (CP) Three players have been suspended and in fines assessed as a result of a bench clearing brawl which prematurely ended a game in Red Deer Feb. 4, the Alberta Junior Hockey League announc- ed Monday. AJHL president Jim Scoular said Steve Tinordi of Red Deer Rustlers has been suspended for six games and Julien Baretta of Spruce Grove Mets and Ron Weiland of Red Deer for two games each. Each club, Red Deer coach Cec Swanson, and Spruce Grove manager Jack Reid were fined Doug Messier, the Mets coach, was fined and placed on probation for the remainder of the regular season. Scoular said Swanson was tagged for disrespect of the referee and poor conduct in the stands after he was ejected from the game. Reid was fined for conduct un- becoming an official of the league and Messier for allow- ing his players' bench to empty and becoming involved in skuffles with fans. Tinordi received three games of his six game sentence as a result of the Feb. 4 incident, two games for harassing fans after he was ejected from the game and one for "making a travesty of the game in that he refused to allow his stick to be measured and purposely broke it." The other three games In the suspension stem from his "threatening a referee with physical violence in a sub- sequent the league said. Weiland was given two games for harassing fans after he left the game and Baretta two games for leaving his goal crease to enter the fight which started the bench clearing incident. In another case, the league said forward Bruce Small of Drumheller Falcons had been suspended for three games and John Chapman, coach of The Pass Red Devils, fined for harassment of officials. 2 45 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Dliition W L T F A Pti Quebec 19 0 232 184 72 Toronto .....32 23 2 249 219 66 Edmonton .26 21 3 186 170 55 Vancouver...26 24 2 165 170 54 Winnipeg ....24 26 2 206 186 50 Extern Division N.England ..29 21 3 178 186 61 Cleveland ...25 30 2 159 179 52 Chicago.....21 35 1 194 229 43 Indiana......11 40 3 128 221 25 Wntwn Dlvlilon Houston.....37 19 0 254 175 74 Phoenix.....29 23 6 213 190 64 Minnesota ...29 24 1 214 183 59 San Diego .27 23 t 195 181 56 Baltimore.... 14 "38 312922931 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Divliion W L T F A Pt> Philadelphia .35 14 8 193 125 78 Rangers.....29 18 11 242 195 69 Islanders___24 19 15 189 154 63 Atlanta......23 21 13 160 161 59 Smythe Divliion Vancouver...29 21 6 191 170 64 Chicago.....2627 618618258 St. Louis-....22 23 11 186 193 55 Minnesota... 16 34 615623938 Kansas City.. 13 38 713723833 Norrif Divition Montreal ....34 9 15.279 163 83 Los Angeles .31 .11 14 193 123 76 Pittsburgh ...25 20 12 229 205 62 Detroit ......14 33 10 172 240 38 Washington...6 47 512529817 Adami Dimion Buffalo ......35 11 11 247 172 81 Boston.......30 17 11 258 177 71 Toronto .....20 28 10 193 229 60 California.... 15 36 9 159 231 39 HOCKEY SCORES World Houston 5 Quebec 3 Chicago 6 Indianapolis 5 Minnesota 2 Cleveland 1 Central Seattle 5 Denver 3 Quebec Major Laval 10 Quebec 2 Cornwall 6 Shawinigan 4 Western Canada Flin Flon 10 Regina 8 Lethbridge 5 Victoria 3 Saskatchewan Junior Notre Dame 5 Prince Albert 3 PacHte Junior Vancouver 6 Richmond 5 The tire experts with the low prices. 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