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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wldnndiy, 19, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 In action tonight Dave Preus, the big centre for the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks, will see action tonight as the Kodiaks travel to Calgary to take on Mount Royal College Cougars in their final league game of the year. The Cougars just finished competing in the Canada Winter Games basketball where they finished sixth. The Kodiaks lead the ACAC conference and already have one win over the Cougars in league play, 100-51, and are Booking for their second victory. The LCC girls team, 'the Kodiettes, will also be making the trip to finish off their league schedule as well. i Victoria Vikings assured of spot r SASKATOON (CP) Steve Pettifer may have the Canada West University Athletic Association men's. basketball scoring title wrapped up, but only University of Victoria Vikings are sure oi a playoff position. Pettifer continued his run to the crown as University of British Columbia Thunder- birds split a crucial series against University of Calgary Dinosaurs and maintained a wide lead. The UBC performer now has 371 points in 18 games for a 20.6 point average, well above Phil Letham's 17.9 point average. Letham has posted his totals in 20 games as University of Lethbridge Pronghorns have already completed their schedule. Letham's team-mate, Lauren Edlund, leads in free throw accuracy. The Pronghorn centre has hit on 61 of 77 shots for a 79.2 per cent mark. Victoria's Lee Edmundson has the best field goal shooting mark, hitting on 74 of 146 shots for a 50.6 per cent conversion rate. University of Saskatchewan Huskies' Roger Ganes still leads in rebounding. His 216 rebounds, including 150 defen- sive, give him a 12 rebound average. UBC's Mike McKay is second at 8.5 rebounds while Victoria's Dave Mulcahy leads in offensive rebounds with 74. As far as the race for the two playoff spots is concerned, four teams still are alive. Victoria has com- pleted its regular season schedule and sports a league- leading 14-6 record. Calgary and University of Alberta Golden Bears are just one game off the pace with a 12-6 record while UBC is 11-7. This weekend, in the final doubleheader of the .regular season, Alberta travels to Calgary for a showdown series with the Dinosaurs while UBC is in Saskatoon to meet the Huskies. CANADA WEST UNIVERSITY W L Pet. GBL 14 6 .700 12 6 .666 1 12 6 .666 1 11 7 .611 2 ..4 14 .222 9 3 17 .150 11 Victoria Calgary Alberta... B.c Saskatchewan Lethbridge THE LEADERS GP FGM'FTM PIS Pettifer. UBC 18 138 95 371 Letham. Lethbridge 20 147 65359 Ganes. Sash 18 111 76 298 Foggo. Lethbridge. 19 120 66306 Baker. Alberta ....18 133 23 289 Bishop. Calgary 18 127 26 280 Jacoby, Sask 18 119 38 276 Duddrldge, Victoria 19 124 34 2S2 Lee. Calgary 18 110 46 266 Leslie. Calgary 18 94 47 235 Simpson superstar .ROTONDA, Flai (AP) O.J. Simpson won the 100-yard dash in 9.69 seconds Tuesday and was crowned the new Superstars champion Tuesday. Simpson finished with 47Vi seven points ahead of 1973 champion Bob Seagren. Defending champion Kyle Rote Jr., of the North American Soccer League's Dallas Tornado was third with 31 points. He was followed by Franco Harris 27, Lawrence McCutcheon 20, Ard Schenk 18, Steve Smith 14, Phil Vill'apiano Hugo Nindl 12, Marty Riessen 9, Lou Brock 4, John Havlicek 2 and Jack Ham and Mike Hargrove at a point each. Simpson, star running back of the National Football League's Buffalo Bills, was not a contestant in the first two Superstars events. Games schedule (lor Thundny, Ftbruiry 20) Shillng 7 B 10 A. Hockey 12 vs. 3 vs. 5 vs. 5 vs 9 vs 9 vs. Judo 2-b Churchill High 2-5 p.m.-Wlnslon Churchill High Scriool-Llght-heavywelgm-212 7 p.m.-Wlnston Churchill High School-Featherweight llnals-213 7 Churchill High Tennis teams in 2 teams In 6 teams in Volleyball Men ol ol Women 10 ol vs 11 ot vs 12 ot vs 10 a vs 11 vs 12 vs 2 o) vs 3 p ol vs 4 ol vs 2 vs 3 vs 4 vs Weightlitling 1 1 Broncos ailing, lose 5-2 to Clubs By The CANADIAN PRESS Guy Lash fired two goals for Winnipeg as the Clubs skated to period leads of 2-1 and 4-1. Singles were added by Pat Meagher, Larry Skinner and defenceman Kevin McCarthy. Brian Suiter potted both goals for Broncos who were outshot 42 to 26. Saskatoon Blades' home ice undefeated record was ended abruptly Tuesday night at 15 games when they fell 6-4 to the visiting Calgary Centen- nials in one of four games played in the Western Canada Hockey league. In other games, Kamloops Chiefs continued their domination of Brandon Wheat Kings with a 3-2 win in Bran- don, Winnipeg Clubs defeated Lethbridge Broncos 5-3 in Winnipeg and Victoria Cougars outlasted Medicine Hat Tigers 9-6 in Victoria. For Centennials, who have won just 10 games this season, much of the credit went to the outstanding goaltending of Larry Hendrick who had to make 55 saves in the game. At the opposite end of the ice, Randy Ireland was called on to make just 23 saves for Blades who are the runaway leaders of the eastern division. Centennials got two goals each from Don Ashby, Dennis McLean and Kirk Fyffe. Replying for Saskatoon were Bernie Federko, with two goals, Ron Valade and Bruce Hamilton. WINNIPEG 5 LETHBRIDGE 2 Fir.l Period: 1. Winnipeg. Meagher (Rollins, Hudson) 2. Winnipeg. Lash (Rollins, Eakin) 3. Lethbridge. Sutler (Delorme. Trottler) 17-17. Penalties Samls W Smith L Johnson L Rollins W Lutzt Second Period: 4. Winnipeg, McCarthy (Skinner) 5. Win- nipeg. Lash (Eakln, Sutton) Penalties Regler L Samis W Third Period: 6. Lethbridge. Sutler (Regler, Delorme) 7. Winnipeg. Skinner (Hansford, Greenbank) Penalties Rollins W Shoo on goal by Lethbridge 10 7 Winnipeg 1' 10 21-42 Goal: Anweiler L, Molleken W. Attendance: 1.000. VICTORIA 9 MEDICINE HAT B Firit Period: 1. Victoria. Lucas (Bridgman, Morris) 2. Medicine Hat. Vaydik (Bertram, Bean) 3. Victoria, Gustafson (Clackson, Cairns) 4. Victoria, Lapolnta (Morris, Lucas) 5. Medicine Hat. Maxwell (Vaydik) 6. Medicine Hat, Vaydik (Mniwell, Mur- doch) Penalties Clackson V Carroll MH, Gustatson V Ray MH Murdoch MH Sanderson V Hlllworth MH, Bridgman V (double minors) Lucas V Sanche MH (minor, misconduct) Second Period: 7. Medicine Hal. Dean (Vaydik, Lomas) 8. Vic- toria. Hobers (Cairns, Fraser) Medicine Hat, Murdoch (Sanche) 10. Medicine Hat, Lomas (Vaydik, Dean) 11. Victoria. Bridgman Penalties Lukowlch MH Clackson V .Ourrand MH, Lucas V (malors) Maxwell MH, Clackson V Lomas MH Third Period: 12. Victoria. Lapolnte (Morris) 13. Victoria, Gustatson (Cairns, Fraser) 14. Victoria, Lucas (Williams, Bridgman) 15. Victoria, Fraser (Gustafson, Cairns) Penalties Carroll MH Bridgman V Lomas MH Shots on goil by Medicine Hat 11 9 11-31 Victoria 17 9 17-43 Goal: Holland. Medicine Hat; Rogers, Leslie, Medicine Hat. Attendance: 2.960. CALGARY 6 SASKATOON 4 Flnt Period: 1..Calgary, Ashby (Fylle) 2. Calgary. D. McLean (Ashby. Lalonde) 3. Saskatoon. Hamilton (B. Chapman) Penalties Barvdura C D. McLean C Second Period: 4. Calgary. Ashby (Fylle. Lestander) 5. Calgary. Fytle (Lestander, Ashby) 6. Calgary, Fylle (Lestander. Ashby) 7. Saskatoon. Federko Penalties Holfmeyer S Saskatoon bench (too many men. served by Hamilton) Bandura C Third Period: 8. Saskatoon, Valade (Williams, Goertz) 9, Saskatoon. Federko (Williams) 10. Calgary. 15. McLoan Penalties Glendennlng C Smith S. Ashby C, Hoflmoyor S. Bandura C Shott on goal by Calgary 14 8-29 Saskatoon 11 21 Goaltenders: Hendrick, Calgary; Ireland. Saskatoon. Attendance: 1.529. KAMLOOPS 3 BRANDON 2 Flnt Period: 1. Kamloops, p. Ferner (Gassoft. McDonald) Penalties Plche B Zlnger K Second Period: 2. Kamloops, Hathaway (Galllmore) 3. Bran- don. Sloughlon (Mullett. Stevens) 4. Brandon, Blight (Kaluzhiak. McMullin) Penalties Zlnger K Morin K, Murray B (majors) Anderson B Gassotf K D. Ferner K (misconduct) Zlnger K. Kaluzniak B (miscon- ducts) Lyseng K. Stoughton B Third Period: 5. Kamloops, Zlnger (D. Ferner, Gassoft) Penalties Dyer K Gassoff K Shots on goal by Kamloops 19 S 10-37 Brandon 13 16 11-40 Goal: Henderson K. Hanlon B. Attendance: 2.292. YVONNE NEILSON will devote every Thurs. from p.m. to Men's Hair- styling 'at LAKEVIEW BEAUTY SALON 2638 S. Parkiide Dr. Phone 327-4843________ STARTS 8 A.M. THURS. PERSONAL SHOPPING. LIMITED QUANTITIES SIZE 520-13 600-13 650-13 650-13 700-13 700-13 700-13 700-13 700-13 600-14 645-14 645-14 695-14 735-14 735-14 775-14 825-14 825-14 855-14 855-14 885-14 155-15 165-15 GRADE QTY. Supertred BW. 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