Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, January 6, 1975 Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL THURSDAY GOLDEN AGE Malt Bernhart 278 Alt Boll 244 Arvld Osoen 304, Frank Bornhart 270 (6781, Dorothy Morrow 242, Dodlo Hodges 220, Mario Arthur 231. Jack Stacey 225, Bon Evonson 229. Arlo Koolo 226, Mary Ward 225 Bunny Maloney 236, VI Cuoll 200. Harry Long 227. Bob Llndorman 218. CJOC Stella Chambers 268 Jan Smith 242. Wendy Thompson 243. Brenda Duce 243 Marg Richards 242, Jock Mulgrow 272 Bernie Carrier 338, Norm Wilson 251. Ian Hewitt 295, Neil Noble 262. Reg Arnold 254. CFCN TRIPLES Karlyn Spitzer 324 Jeanette Smeed 303 Jack Smeed 314 Jerry Mezsi 348 Dianne Violin! 299 Phyl Harrison 293- Ethel Skinner 291 John Wildman 367 Roy Cunningham 416 Elaine Brown 350 Tom Cronkite 319 Norm Tolley 305 Bob Costanzo 319 CAPRI BOWL FRIDAY NITE MIXED Kay Wheeler 277 Mel Amatto 270 Guila Bunnage 246; Fran Beresnak 273 John Reedyk 247; Wayne Giberson 240; Meryle Bunnage 258; Steve Ramias 295 Keith McCurdy 243; Roy Sewers 240; Joseph Bersnak 2601; John Harvie 296, Y.B.C. JET BOYS Bruce Harvie 122; Gary Schlichter 116; Mitch Martin 173; Dean Hovey 145: Tommy Holfield 124; Colin Wiebe 127; Brian Brand 173; Greg Berthiaume 122. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Jim Miklos 162; Tommy Doyle212; Brent Baldrey 172; Stephen Taylor 160; Les Hertlein 165; Don Tinordr 175; Dwuane Robertson 177; Rickey Woodman 189; Mark Wright 227. Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Nancy Ferguson 137; Sonya Decaire 156; Brandi Lament 113; Sherry Erlendson 108 Jodi Freel 116; Friday may reconsider HAMILTON (CP) Bill Friday, who handed in his resignation as referee-in-chief of the World Hockey Associa- tion two weeks ago, stepped into the breach Saturday when the WHA found its officiating staff depleted. The veteran referee volun- teered to handle the Toronto Toros-Quebec NordiqUes game at Quebec City in the absence of Brent Casselman. Carolyn Woodman 117 Thorosa Miklos 145. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Darcy Shigehlro 181; Marneo Larko 152; Cathy Hamilton 182; Holly Blngharn 157; Palle Stanton 215; Loralee Burwash 170; Dobbia Henderson 163; Sandra Ferguson 170; Janet Allan 157: Debbie Gommerlnger 155. Y.B.C. JRS. 8 SRS. Brian Rosselti 244: Mike Tolley 255; Robin Stanton 229; Duane Guzzi 252; Mike Gerla 231; Bill Todd 264 David Wllks 233; Kalhy Edwards 229; Pam Virostek 221; Lori Chaki 257 J.C.C.A. TOURNAMENT Masa Goshlnmon 324 Tom Hlr'ashima 294 Sum! Medoruma 269 Ken Kamitomo 319 Stan Koyanagi 312 Aya Nakamura 258; Carol Fujita 318 Pam Shigehiro 315 Mas Shigehiro 315 Jim Hlga 305 Sandy Shigehiro 279; Mike Tobo 310 Marty Shigehiro 317 Helen Higa 259. DOUG'S WOMEN Tami Wakelin 269; Judy Williams 231; Chris Guenther 243; Linda Fellger 248; Maggie Oliver 224; Harriet Nilsson 225; Allison Wiebe 221; Mary Tollestrup 234; Sally Trone 242. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Y.B.C. JUNIORS Merylen Bunnage 227; Kelly Okamura 205: Brian Rossetti 221 Danny Sudo 215; Mark Gret- zinger 252 BANTAMS Geof Pasknski 234 Jim Okamura 155: Heather Doyle 150; Terry Kirscnenman 147; Greg Paskuski 145; Brent Carson 164: Mark Sharun 159 A.G.T. Miklos Kaldy 237; Dick Wells 251: John Robertson 229: Frank Tutlle 261 John Koenen 244; Doug Aspeslet 272 Brian Murkin 270; George Richardson 247; Shirley Areshenko 220; Deb Wells 224: Chris Ell 225. NU MODE HOMES Iris Cooke 254; Jean Vandervelde 276: Chris Ell 253; Sandra Hunt 339 Eva Benis 257: Helen Richardson 285 Mary Araki 266 Jean Conarroe 262; Marj Bouchard 272: Mary Wishncvskl 286 SR. CITIZENS (THURS.) Jim Freel 215: Stan Fraser 263 Ted Haszard 200; Will Ness 263 Ed Linn 219 THURS. NITE MIXED Norm Gyulai 275 Louis Lirette 265; Mary Roth 244; Elsie 241; Mel Siebert 230; Pat Hamilton 232; Gayle Storyack 240: Angele Morrison 221; Ed Morrison 247; Earl Doucette 269. BANKERS LEAGUE Glen Whileside 258; Gerry Mann 252; Morley Richardson Ina Harris 356 Dennis Sparks 265 Bob Harris 254: Janelte Dragland 261: Hardy Umeris 269; Donna Umeris 232; Bill Bonhage 283 NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE, MATE.' Mystery surrounds Don Wilson's death Toros regain their division lead Capitals have but three wins By GLENN COLE The Canadian Press Washington Capitals are heading for what could be the worst season ever by a National Hockey League club. The Capitals have three wins, 33 losses and four ties. They have scored 80 goals while allowing 216. Washington was blanked 3-0 by the Flames at Atlanta Sun- 20th road loss in as many tries. New York Rangers topped Vancouver Canucks 6-2, Mon- treal Canadians defeated Chi- cago Black Hawks 6-4, Buffalo Sabres downed St. Louis Blues 4-2, Toronto Maple Leafs edg- ed Detroit Red Wings 1-0, and California Seals surprised Philadelphia Flyers 5-1. The Capitals were blasted 10-0 at Montreal Saturday night, Toronto downed the Black Hawks 6-3, Atlanta defeated St. Louis 4-1, the Rangers topped New York Islanders 5-3, Philadelphia and Los Angeles Kings tied 2- 2, Pittsburgh Penguins edged Vancouver 4-3, Kansas City Scouts upset Detroit 2-1, and Boston Bruins bombed Minnesota North Stars 8-0. "We're trying our says Caps' coach Jimmy Anderson. "But it's the same thing with Kansas City. It's going to take time. "Sure we're struggling. But the league could have helped us more in the expansion draft. I know one don't have one quitter on this club." In their weekend games against Montreal and Atlanta, the Capitals were outshot 92- 37. Montreal had a 47-17 edge and Atlanta 45-20. Eric Vail, back in the Atlanta lineup after recover- ing from an arm injury, scored twice for the Flames Sunday and goaltender Phil Myre registered the shutout. At New York, the Rangers won their sixth in a row by de- feating the Canucks for the first time this season. Meanwhile, Minnesota sent defenceman Barry Gibbs to Atlanta for rookie forwards Dean Talafous and Dwight Bialowas and traded veteran forward Jean-Paul Parise to the Islanders for forwards Er- nie Hicke and Doug Rom- bough. Tonight, the Scouts are at home to Minnesota. Instant replay is the nemesis of sports officials and a friend of the fans, and Sun- day, it almost turned into the downfall of Toronto Toros. Tom Simpson scored his Weekend scorers SUNDAY Toronto 1 at Detroit 0 Toronto McDonald. St. Louis 2 at Buffalo 4 St. Louis Berenson, Collins; Robert 2, Perreault, Luce. Vancouver 2 at NY Rangers 6 Vancouver Hochefort. Lever; NY Rangers uvine 2, Tkaczuk. Greschner. Fairbairn, Vickers. Washington 0 at Atlanta 3 Atlanta Vail 2, Harvey. Montreal 6-at Chicago 4 Montreal Robinson, Cournoyer. Lemaire, Lambert, Lafleur, Roberts; Chicago Mikita 2, Martin, Rota. Philadelphia 1 at California 5 Philadelphia Barber; California Patey 2, Gardner, MacAdam. Ahern. SATURDAY Chicago 3 at Toronto 6 Chicago Pappin, Redmond, Gagnon; Toronto Keon 2. Ellis. Sillier. Flett, Thompson. Washington 0 at Montreal 10 Montreal Lafleur 2, Mahovlich, Tremblay, Risebrough. Lapointe. Lambert, Wilson, Lemaire. NY Rangers 5 at NY Islanders 3 NY Rangers Irvine. MacMillan, Fairbairn. Middleton, Stemkowksi; NY Islanders Harris. Gillies, D. Potyin. Vancouver 3 at Pittsburgh 4 Vancouver Lalonde. Rochefort, Lever; Pittsburgh Arnason, Pronovost, Schock, Apps. Atlanta 4 at St. Louis 1 Atlanta Hextall 2, Bennett. McCreary; St. Louis Hess. Detroit 1 at Kansas City 2 Detroit Nowak; Kansas City Rota. Nolet. Boston at Minnesota 0 Boston Sheppard 2, Hodge 2, Bucyk, Vadnais, Esposito, Graham. Philadelphia 2 at Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia Clarke, Leach; Los Angeles Williams, Carr. 28th goal of the World Hockey Association season, giving Toronto a 4-2 lead over Cleveland Crusaders at of the third period. Seconds later, the goal was replayed on the giant televi- sion screen in Cleveland's new Coliseum. thought that goal put the game away for said Toros' coach Billy Harris, "But everybody on the bench started yelling to Simpson to watch it on the instant replay screen." While it was being replayed, Cleveland scored. "He looked up to watch it and seconds later it was said Harris. "You learn something in every game and I guess that's what we learned today." The Toros held on to the 4-3 margin despite Gary Jarrett's second goal of the game at of the third period. The win pushed the Toros back into first place in the Ca- nadian Division, one point ahead of Quebec Nordiques who held the lead briefly after beating Toronto 3-1 Saturday. In other WHA games Sun- day, Phoenix Roadrunners defeated Indianapolis Racers 2-1, Minnesota Fighting Saints whipped New England Whalers 9-3, Michigan Stags beat Vancouver Blazers 3-1 and Chicago Cougars edged Edmonton Oilers 3-2. HOUSTON (API-Autopsy reports were expected today on the bodies of Houston Astros' pitcher Don Wilson and his five-year-old son, Alexander, both found in their carbon monoxide filled home Sunday. Wilson, 29, preparing to start his 10th season with the National League baseball club, was found in his car in the attached garage of his fashionable home. Alexander was found in a bedroom above the garage. Mrs. Wilson was listed in fair condition with injuries that in- cluded a broken jaw. The Wilson's nine-year-old daughter, Denise, was in criti- cal condition and remained in a coma late Sunday night. Mrs. Wilson phoned the fire department Sunday. Jack MacGillis of the fire department ambulance ser- vice said a woman called say- ing she could not wake up her children and her husband was in the car. Juvenile officer T.R. Trinkle said he talked to Mrs. Wilson at the hospital but she was under sedation. He quoted her as saying she awoke after hearing a car mo- tor running and went to check on the children. She said the children "sounded like they were cry- ing in their sleep." Trinkle quoted her as saying she picked up the boy and took him to the master bedroom and shut the doors to both the daughter's bedroom and the master bedroom. She said she could not go back to sleep be- cause the car motor was still running so she went to check and found her husband. She said she called a regis- tered nurse friend who told her to check for a pulse. She said she did not know how she suffered the broken jaw. Authorities said the garage and house were filled with au- tomobile exhaust fumes. How- ever, G. Sheldon Green, assistant Harris County medical examiner, declined to speculate on the cause of death. "It was a terrible said Astros' general manager Spec Richardson. "The whole organization is very sorry over this tragedy." Wilson tailed off to an 11-13 record and a 3.07 earned-run average last year, but he pitched two no-hitters in his career and narrowly missed a third last September when manager Preston Gomez pull- ed him after eight hitless in- nings. Bobby Risinger, in charge of Astros' publicity, said he had talked with Wilson several times during the off- season and he was looking forward to the 1975 season and hoping to win 20 games. Hockey Hounds win two games Deanna Miyauchi found the net for six goals Saturday to lead the Hockey Hounds Supremes to a 13-0 triumph over Bow Island in Southern Alberta Midget Girls Hockey League action at Bow Island. Kim Farrell added three goals for the winners while Tammy Garrett and Crystal Miyashiro had two goals each. On Sunday, Myashiro and Miyauchi each notched three markers as the Hockey Hounds Supremes whipped Winston Churchill High School Falcons 7-2 at Adams Ice Centre. Pat Branch had the other goal for the winners while Ev Daw and Kathy MacDougail replied for the Falcons. ACT wins Two goals by Garry Avery led ACT to a 3-0 win over Ben- dix in Lethbridge Industrial Hockey League action. Lee Muirhead picked up the shutout in the nets. UNITED MOTORS is over 70 cars behind last year, because of factory problems until we catch up we are offering you, fantastic savings. 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