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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LD TuMday, Ftbruary 19, 1974 t Junkin a busy netminder Soviets still use same techniques tf J fnrmir Oshawa. Ont.. and back to tually screened for 12-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -TuMday, Ftbruary 19, 1974 Gordie keeps scoring NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (CP) Gordie Howe scored only five goals in his first 18 World Hockey Association games. Now he's up to five goals a week. His five goals last week pulled the 45-year-old Houston Aeros winger to within one point of WHA scoring leader Wayne Carleton of Toronto Toros who just managed to stay ahead by adding three assists during the week. Carleton now leads with 79 points on 29 goals and 50 assists in 61 games. Howe has 78 points on 26 goals and 52 assists in 57 games. Howe ranked 25th in the scoring parade back on Nov. 26 when he had five goals and 14 assists out of 18 games. SCORING LEADERS GAP Carleton, Tor........... 29 50 79 G. Howe, Hou 26 52 78 Connelly, Minn.......... 34 41 75 M. Walton, 324375. Hull. Wpg 39 33 72 Lacrofx. N.J............. 22 50 72 Harrison, Ed............ 24 45 69 Lawson, Van............ 37 31 68 Campbell, Van.......... 21 46 67 Lund, Hou.............. 21 43 64 Morrison, Minn 30 33 63 Hughes, Hou 33 29 62 Bernier, due............ 25 36 61 Hinse, Hou 20 41 61 Huck, Wpg............. 19 40 59 Climte, Edm............ 30 27 57 Pleau, N.E.............. 21 36 57 BackStrom, Chi......... 22 34 56 Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Adeline Klause 297 Mert dually 260 Gay Pedersen 251, Elfrieda Wiens 295 Wilda Howell 250, Betty Martin 253 Chris Burwash 285, Shirley Hertlein 311 Linda Aspesiet 268, Elaine Yates 278 Linda Kish 260, Lila Latham 256 MARTINIZING Myrna Tweter 266, Bonnie Stimatz 291 Arlene Niemi 296 Pat Henderson 262 Lynne Lengyel 266 Isabella Bergman 272 Anne Todd 272 Linda Vrabel 275 Mary Nicolson 250 Alice Ries 245. GREENS SHOES Dianne Violini 418 Helen Deal 291. Jean Passey 272 Dena Smith 277 Cherye Obermeyer 341 Lew Mills 305 Bruno Baceda 333 John Rempel 354 Lovro Novak 300 (754) Bert Mszei 326 Tom Hackman 308, Steve Pedersen 313, Cec Beaiidry 329 EAGLES LODGE Kathy Ludwig 264 Cyril Barnett274, Geo Matchett 286. John LaRocque 304 Joe Gillett 242, Gary Ward 252 Evelyn Groves 253. Frank Gorda 271, Hick Larson 259 Brenda Kirkham 229. NU-MODE HOMES Marg McLaughlin 246, Chris Ell 245 Marten Praskach 267 Jane Smyke 273 Mary Wishnevski 265 Marge Ross 273 Myma Olshaski 247 Ann Reed 295 Hilda Tinordi 240, Linda Aspesiet 240. SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Grace VanOyk 242 Jen Hegi 230 Doris Wickers 235. Dot Anderson 262 Ruby Oseen 269 Eileen Carter 240. Marie Smith 226 Frances Grant 227, Joanne Sharun 228, Peggy Guzzi 222. SENIOR CITIZENS Len Halmrest 277, Henry Bechthold 228. Will Ness 220, Hugh O'Neil 211. C. VanWyk 208, Jim Whelan 210. Tom Smith 202. Erie Graham 222. HENRY HOMES Bryan Leishman 263 Rick Kennedy 264, Mona Leslie 226. Cal CooUdge 261. Earl Doucette 279, John Kulisha 275 Norman Gyulai 265 Doreen Stotyn 236. Carol Appleton 226, Ken Malcomson 349 Jerry Hakze 272, Jean Passey 230. Ev More 223, Mel Seibert 254 LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Doug Pankhurst 295 Dorren Teichroeb 245. Bill Bonnage 255. Bob Harris 274. Ina Harris 224. Gordon Deibert 244, Donna Umeris 234 Kathy Ponech 226. Steve Satosek 259 Don Bilozyr 235, Loretta Hanzel 215. J.C.CJL Jim Higa 320. Helen Higa 238. Tak Katakarni 291 AW Moriyama 245. Kaye Ayukawa 275 Mary Shigehiro 284 Man. Fujitt 271. Ryo Nagata 286 Ken KamHomo 362 Sandy Shigehiro 231. Sumi Medoruma Tomiyama 266 Nish Chakl 291 Nobby Tajiri 284 HOLIDAY BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Velma Miller 256 Spol MHter 269. Jack Stacey 237. Bianchi 291 Sidney Jones 256. Matt Bemhart 292 Frank Bemoan 247 Bert MadHI 244. Harry Chapman 268. Mary Ward 259. Betty Murtland 224. CJOC Deiler BectrtoW 263. Jonn Weeds 258 Heten Myndto 281, Bern Carrier 261. Rudy Van Ryan 245. Sam Oatfson 252, Kay Davison 257 (666) Gordon Payne 245. Bemtiart 281. 278. BvS Harrison 275. Nefl NoWe 262. CHCC Marton Nelson 248. Same Brown 263 Oorma 276 Terry Prusatt 329 BUI, WIIHs 27B, John Scaatye 264. fraehe 301. Dan Kllparcrnft 253. ShMey Malnzer 231. CLASSIC TRIHJM Ken King 293 Kartvn Spltter 298 Norm Tofley 3Z9 Jack Smew} 321 Diarme VloWit 300 Ool Anderson 299. 309 fleg ArnoW 354 Abe Ens 321 Steve Pedersem 307 (11391. CPU Shirley Alexander 255. Baine Sinclair 283. Charteen Oberg 268. Bot> Anderson 283 Orty 281. Chris Vaioney 254. MaWhefl 315. leona Haydsn 852, Arcihbold 246. CIVIL SERVICE Jotm Erldkwn 263 Burmese 288. Bfll Craft 259. Uria Vioore 251. George Komanac 270. Cecfle Komanac 2S7, Lyte SmyW S3, Abe Erms 276, law MBit 244. Bryon Hlrsdhe 243. CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP) Joe Junkin once was told that a goalie who stops nine out of every 10 shots is "playing pretty darn good." By that standard, the New Jersey Knights goaltender i to fantastic when he stopped all but three of the 49 shots Chicago Cougars fired at him. That gave the Knights a 4-3 victory in the only World Hockey Association game played Monday night. The Na- tional Hockey League was idle. The Knights' third win in a row vaulted them over the Cougars and out of last place in the WHA East, five points back of fourth-place Cleveland Crusaders. "This has been a troublesome year for said Junkin, referring to the beginning of the season when the team, known as the New York Golden Blades, moved to New Jersey because of financial problems. "We started out fighting for our survival. Now we're fight- ing for the playoffs. I think we can make it." Bob Brown got New Jersey's first goal on a 55-foot shot, and Brian Morenz made it 2-0 after Gene Peacosh got the puck out from behind the Chicago net. Peacosh, who made it 3-0 before the period ended, also scored the tie- breaker midway through the third period. For Chicago, Joe Hardy scored in the second period. In the third, Jim Benzelock made it 3-2 and Bob Liddington tied the game at Peacosh then fired a backhander past Chicago goalie Cam Newton at Pat Stapleton, Chicago's playing coach, said he wasn't completely disheartened at being last in the division. "We aren't out of he said. "We've got 23 games remaining, 16 at home. OTTAWA (CP) The coach of a touring Soviet Union midget hockey team said Monday that Russian coaching methods have remained basically unchanged since the defeat of his country's national team to Team Canada in 1972. "But we are attempting to improve our checking and de- velop a tougher form of coach Nikolav Golmazov said through an interpreter. "Generally we do not admit to the business of rough he told a news conference. "We believe in tough hockey, not rough hockey." Golmazov, 30, a former player, said the series did help the Soviets concentrate on checking but did nothing to al- ter standard practice tech- niques. The coach, here for a news conference before a game be- tween an Ottawa midget team and his Soviet Central Army club, said he hoped to win all six games on the tour. His team opened the series Friday with an 8-2 win over a Verdun, Que., team, then trounced a Longueuil, Que., squad 21-1 Sunday night. Today, the Soviets play Sherbrooke, Que., midgets, then a Trois-Rivieres team prior to a game against Oshawa, Ont., and back to Ottawa. The Verdun team travels to the Soviet Union for a similar six-game series next month. Golmazov said the Verdun team was "very good and that he was surprised his 14-and 15-year-olds took the match. But the Longueuil midgets simply "didn't skate as well" as the Soviets. The Russian youngsters live at home but spend six hours a week in practice, then spend another three or four hours at games through the SeptemberApril season. Players are brought into the system at six and are even- tually screened for army play. The coach said hockey Is re- garded as "a tool for educating young people, and is considered a form of recreation rather than "an occupation or business." All equipment was supplied by the state. Russian boys who hockey keep in shape by ing a wide variety of other sports, but Golmazov said there is no equivalent to domestic summer hockey schools. All players were required to take a full slate of courses at school as well. DRAW JULY 16, 1974 out rmrtif iininnnnnrlrWiHr" Olympic Lottery Canada f> O S7411ON TORONTO C P Loterie Olympique JS Canada treiuti flJOUIS A i W 8UHE AU i i I I I I M I -1IUJ i i i PBOl'IWOf CODE 3 j I J f .1 .1 1 I I 1 I I I I I J i r i r 3 I i fTTT I I I I I I i I_1-1 ii_i. z UJ UJ o N UJ I- Cf) OIC 74-SJ ;