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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-07,Lethbridge, Alberta Longhorns dished it out, Monday, JaiUMry 7, 1»74 - THE iETHMIDQE HIMLO —• but got it right back It would be safe to say that the Lethbridge Longhorns experienced what it’s like to give and take as they spUt a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey games at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre over the weekend. Saturday night the Longhorns _ gave ■ " alo _    , the Drumheller Falcons a 7-4 thrashing, but in turn were handed an beatiqg by the hands of the Edmonton Meta Sunday afternoon. Saturday’s victory snapped a two-game losing streak for Longhorns, who have seemed to come on strong during the past few weeks. A aalr of goals by Bruce Small paced the Lob^nu’ assault arainst the ^oons, who trailed 5-2 after two periods of play. Albert Dumont, Darcy O’Sullivan, Byron Stephan, Minor hockey scores The Sabres came up with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the Penguins in a ,Pee Wee game over the weekend. Greg Horon and Ron Terakita led the Sabres with a goal each while Mike Kelly replied for the Penguins. The Canucks also registered a one-goal victory as they defeated the Jets 2-1. Ron Gore-Hlckman and Lonnie Kucheran notched a goal each for the Canucks while Danny Zrim tallied for the Jets. The Jets had better luck in another contest as they battled the Flyers to a 1-1 draw. Zrim scored for the Jets again while Faron Ellis did the honors for the Flyers. Jack Johnson fired in a hattrick and lifted the Nuggets to a 4-1 win over the Bruins in a Bantam “B” game. Rob Smith tallied for the losers. In another “B" game, the Blazers dumped the Rangers 5-2. Robert Wood, Scott Marshalsay, Billy Rab, Brent Lang and Richard Ooms scored a goal apiece for the winners while Peter Robb and Gary Duce tallied for the Rangers. The Argos defeated the Kings 4-1 with the aid of two unanswered first period goals. Argos’ marksmen included Michael Millar, Roy Hood, Clarence Toal and Jfay Bentham while Randy Rooic replied for the Kings. A pair of goals by Brian Ferenz gave the Hornets a slim 3-2 win over the Seals. First Cup title for Kreiner PFRONTEN, West Germany (CP) — Kathy Kreiner, a 16-year-old blonde from Timmins, Ont., mastered a giant slalom course in a rainstorm Sunday for her first World Cup ski triumph. Miss Kreiner had a victory margin of nearly one second with a time of one minute and 20.43 seconds. Lise-Marie Morerod, 17, of Switzerland finished second in a field of 71 with a time of 1:21.40. The triumph boosted Miss Kreiner to second place in the World Cup standings with 66 points. She was one of four racers who placed in the top 10 in both World Cup races this weekend, finishing 10th in Saturday’s downhill race.at this Bavarian resort. fp^as it in ? Three Lethbridge Longhorns question the goal judge to see whether or not the puck actually went into the net. The disputed call occurred in the final period of the Alberta Junior Hockey League ganne between the Longhorns and Edmonton Mels at Henderson Sunday afternoon. The goal counted and the Longhorns were belted 8-2. STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION miLION T0NIGHTI-8:30P.mi. ThtSTMPBInniMIITUS AMUILUli »• NTCWm TM KIKISI eumatim nmrtow wmtei I TrMMrtm imi K.M. 12. Saturday’s race was won by Annemarie Moser-Proell of Austria, who retained her World Cup lead with 106 points. Mrs. Moser-Proell, who is aiming for a fourth consecutive World Cup, was eighth in the giant slalom. Miss Kreiner skiied aggressively, especially in the early stages of the race “where I thought I made a number of errors and almost lost my balance.” Behind the Canadian in the World Cup standings are MarieTherese Nadig of Switzerland with 57 points, and Wiltfud Drezel of Austria and Hanni Wenzel of Liechenstein with 55 points each. Denis Taylor and John Szentes managed a goal each in a losing cause. The Cougars and Monarchs fought to a 2-3 stalemate with Phillip Ripley and Gary DeGroot tallying for the Cougars and Gary Vegh and Morris Many Fingers scoring for the Monarchs. The Eagles dropped the Kings S-2 behind Bill Cousins’ three-goal performance. Brent Belsher and Mark Hauffe notched singles for the Kings. Rob Sudiekat and Marshall DeArmand scored a goal each in the first period and lifted the Raiders to a 2-1 victory over the Lions. Brad Dorren scored for the Li IMIS, Trent Auch and Brad Ruston fired in a pair of goals each and carried the Red Wings to a 7-1 win over the Fort Macleod Royals in a Bantam “A” game. The Black Hawks edged the Jets 3-2 in another Bantam “A” contest. Ken Lang, Carey Kamitomo and Dave Maciura tallied for the Hawks with Tom Gross and Jim Malmberg replying for the' Jets. Meanwhile in exhibition action over the weekend, the Lethbridge Voyageurs and Vaiixhall Blades fought to a 44 draw. The Voyageurs also earned a slim 4-3 win over the Bellevue Pee Wees. Neil Court scored twice in the Bellevue match with singles going to Terry Hamilton and Warren Calder. In a Pee Wee exhibition match, the Lethbridge Totems blasted Calgary South View £►- John Csurka and Mark Gretzonger tallied twice for the locals while Tim White rifled in a hat-trick for Calgary. East earns Hula Bowl victory HONOLULU (AP) - Quarterback Norris Weese of Mississippi came off the bench to inspire a bruising ninning attack as the E^st downed the West 24-14 Saturday in the Hula Bowl football game. Weese ran 34 yards for the East’s first touchdown and directed two other scoring drives. The 19S-pound Weese, who ran for 92 yards and passed for 35 yards, was named the game’s outstanding offensive player. Heisman Trophy winner John Cappelletti of Penn State and Jim Jennings of Rutgers had one-yard touchdown runs for the East and Chuck Ramsey of Wake Forest kicked a 19-yard field goal. Ben Malone of Anzona State accounted for all the West scoring with a 33-yard pass reception and a seven-yard run. The heavier East team contained the West within its own 30-yard line in the first half, but the offence didn’t start moving until Weese replaced starter David Jaynes of Kansas. Weese directed a 49-yard drive to the West one-yard line, but lost a fumble there to West linebacker Tome Poe of Washington State. The East got the ball again on the 36 after a short West punt. One play later, Weese got a key block from tackle John Hicks of Ohio State, reversed his field to the left arid scored from 34 yards out. Weese had a 26-yard run in the next East drive which was capped by Ramsey’s 19-yard field goal. Despite losing the statistical battle, the West capitalized on two big plays to keep the outcome in doubt until the final minutes. Daryl McOallion of Houston intcR^ted a Weese pass at the East 46 early in the third Sifter and Arizona State’s nny White hit Malone for the touchdown six plays later. Malone’s other toudtdown came one play after Steve Odom retuniea a kidioff »3 yards early in the fourth quar- Bernie Syrenne and Terry Roberts completed the Longhorns’ scoring while Jim Bertram, Dennis Wallis, Gary Bembridge and Kevin Jabusch replied for the Falcons. The Falcons, who drew eight of 18 minor penalties, outshot the locals 38-32 and picked up two of five major infractions. Meanwhile the Longhoms are probably wishing right now they could replay Sun* day’s match against the Mets. The locals with more than their share of problems during the 60 minutes of action found themselves trailing 4-0 after the first period and 7-0 by the end of the second. Rick Zaperniuk was a thorn in the Longhorns’ side as he paced his teammates with three goals and an assist. Dave Morrow gave the Longhorns a little more trouble with two goals while singles came off the sticks of Brian Kinsman. Joe Poplowski and Craig lopojnisKy. Bemie Syrenne and Ron Krikke repUed for the locals, who outshot the Mets 43-36 and took seven of 15 nilnor penalties. In Blairmore, The Pass Red Devils scored four goals during the last eight minutes Sunday night to take a 6-2 victory over Falcons in a league game. The Pass held period leads of 1-0 and 2-1 and Drumheller tied the score 2-2 at the 3:32 of the third period. Red Devils got two goals each from Lyle Murray and Bill Kelts with single goals going to Wayne Turner and Pete McMahon. Gary Bembridge and Roger Mitchell scored the Drumheller goals. The Pass outshot Drumheller 37-28 and Dnunheller took five of the nine minor penalties. Each team was assessed one major. Edmonton Mets scored a goal in each period Saturday night and blanked the Pass Red Devils 3-0 in an Alberta Junior Hockey league game in Blairmore. Dave Morrow, Bob Waldem and Tony Lecuyer handled the scoring in the mild contest, in which the Pass outshot Edmonton 35-23. Only four minor penalties were called, three to the losers. Calgary Caüucks scored three goals in the third peridd to pull away from Red Deer Rustlers and register a 9-5 win Sunday night. Dean Magee, Jerry Bancks and Dave Scott with two goals each accounted for most of the winning score. Ken Woodkey, Butch Owchar and Mike Haworth contributed singles. Doug Gillespie with two goals and Bob Haldane, Brian Sutter and Terry Wittchen with one each scored for Red The Canucks led 3-2 at the end of the first period and 6-5 at the end of the second before adding their three unanswered goals. In Calgary right-winger Don Eastcott of Calgary Canucks, who received a gross misconduct last Thursday, has been suspended for two games as a result of the incident, the AJHL announced Sunday. Eastcott was to sit out his team’s next two games, Sun- day night against Red Deer Rustlers and Thursday Night against the Pass Red Devils, both at home. Tie suspension results from a series of fights by Eastcott during the game which ended as a 9-4 victory over Lethbridge Longhoms. Q^e of the fights continued in the penalty box. LCTHBRIDQE 7 OAUMHELLER 4 FIrit parlnd — 1 Lelhbridge. Ou-mom (Syrenne, Roberts) 2 26: 2 Lsthbndge, Small (Hatt) 11'17, 3 Drumneiler, Bertram (Bembridge, Mitchell) 12'47, 4, Drumheller, Wallace 13 32 Penalties — Lowry. Rose (minor, misconduct), Stewart, Lowry. ••coiKf pcrtixt — 5 Lethbridge, O’Sullivan (Cox. Small) 4 3S, 6 Lethbridge, Co* (Small) 6 48, 7 Lathbridge. Stephan (Knkke, Joe-venazzo) 13 48 Penalties ^ Krikke (major) Gfeene (minor, major), Johnson. Hilworih, Hatt, Hatt (mihor, maJor) Morgan (minor, major), Pushie, Krikke Third pwted — 8 Drumheller, Bembridge (Bertram, Milcfie'l) J as, 9 Orumhelter. Jabush (fvlorcan, PuShie) 11:54: 10 Letnbridge, Roberts (Syrenne) 14 26, 11 Lethhridge Syrenne 19 36 Penalties — Johnson IDMONTON • LITHHIHE Ì Flril period — 1. Edmonton, PoplowikI (WiPdern, Solkolowiki) 2:16; 2, Edmonton, Zaperniuk (Solkolow»ki) 10 04, 3. Edmonton, ZapernmK (Fellows, Cormac) 13 00, 4 Edmonlon. fllr>»man (Poplowski. Morrow) 15:33 Penalties — Topolmsky, Poplowski, Solkolowski. t«C«rtd p«tM — S Edmonton, Morrow (Cormtc, Magmam} 5.t2, 6 Edmonlon. Topolnlsky SSO. 7 Ed-n^onlon. Morrow (Messier, Zaperniuk) IS 03 Penalties — Zflp«rniuk, Lecuyer, Hatt, Dumont Third p»rl«d — 8 Lethbridge, Syrenne (Dumont, Roberts) 7 38, 9 Edmonton, Zaperniuk (Morrow, Messier) 15.00; 10. Leihbndge. Krikke (Jo«vttrMno> 10 23 Penatltes ~ Johnson, Cross, Magmam, Waldern, Krikke. Dumont, Small, Cormsc    ' Ouch! Lethbridge Longhorns' netmin(jer Dale Emmel-kannp stops a shot with his shoulder, but still manages to keep his eyes on the puck. Emmelkamp made the save on the shot, but had trouble with others as the Longhorns dropped an 8-2 decision to the Edmonton Mets in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game at Henderson Sunday afternoon. Emmelkamp left the game after the Mets' fourth goal. Vicklaus predicts Miller’s future as a brilliant one PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. CAP) — JacJt Niclclaus predicts a brilliant future for Johnny Miller. “For someone to catch him, Johnny would have to play bad,’* Nicklaus said after a glance at the scoreboard at the Bing Crosby national pro-am golf tournament. “This course can grab you” said Grier Jones, who has the best chance of overtaking Ml-ler. “But Johnny doesn’t look like he wants to back off.” Miller had some similar thoughts. Native Sons couldnU click on road trip "Maybe 1 shouldn’t say this, and maybe it won’t happen but I think another 70 will win it,” he said Sunday after his two-under-par effort staked him to a four-stroke lead over Jones, alone in second going into today’s weather-delayed final round of the chase for ^15,000 in total prizes. Miller who gained the front rank of the games stars with his record-breaking United States’ Open triumph last year had a 208 total and an The Lethbridge Native Sons faced a rou^ road trip over the weekend and came home empty-handed in a pair of Central Alberta Junior “B” Hockey League games. The locals suffered a narrow M setback in Rocky Mountain House Saturday night and then dropped a heart-breaking 9-8 decision to Olds Sunday afternoon. In Saturday’s contest, the two clubs were deadlocked 2-2 Sports of all sorts GOOLAGONG UPSET SYDNEY, Australia (AP)-Towering Karen Krantczke of Australia upset coi^patriot Evonne Goolagong 6-2, 6-3 Sunday in the women’s singles final of the New South Wales tennis championships. The 6-foot-l Miss Krantczke, No. 7 seed, needed only 58 minutes to iKat the top-seed Miss Goolagong on the centre court at White City Stadium. In the men’s final, Australian Geoff Masters, seeded ninth, beat his Davis Cup team-mate, Colin Dibley, No. 6 seed, 6-1, 6-4, 6-2. MARLBOROS LOSE TORONTO (CP) ~ Tesla Pardubic of Czechosvakia defeated Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Jr. A series 8-2 Saturday night in the final game of the Ontario international hockey tournament for both clubs. SABICH MAKES MONEY MOUNT SNOW, Vt, (AP) -Spider Sabich, two-time world champion from Colorado, and three-time Norwegian champ Otto Tschudi earned f4,000 each for winning two races in the weekend’s |30,(»0 Mount Snow Grand Prix ski meet. Sabich, who had won only fl,SOO in two previous tour stops this season, won the slalom Sunday. Tschudi easily won Saturday’s giant slalom, defeating Alain Penz of France in the final. CANADIANS THIRD OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Pat Tatham of Hamilton scored 16 lints and At^e Dobie of anaimo, B.C., added 14 points and grabbed is rebounds to lead the Canadian national team to a 62-60 victory over Taiwan Sunday, giving Canada third place in the international invitational women’s basketball tournament. Prentice finished BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Veteran Dean Prentice of Minnesota North Stars decided to retire Saturday. But when he gave written notice of his decision to Wren Blair, general manager of the National Hockey League team, Blair threw it away. “We had some heated words,” Prentice said. "They want me to sit and wait for somebody to get injured, and Blair said I was a quitter. “He threw my statement in an ash can and called me a quitter. I’ve been in the league 22 years and I’ve got some pride. He thinks it’s quitting, but it isn’t easy to admit you’re through "1 just had to come to that realization. They don’t want kids to sit out, and they don't want me to go to the minors because I’ll be taking some kid's place. I’m throwing away (26,000 by retiring now, but I can’t agre« to sit on the bench and take their money.” Blair, giving his version of the incident, said: "Yes, I got a little curt with Dean. To my way of thinking, you retire at the end of tlie season; you don’t quit in the middle. "I’m not doing anything about It yet and I don’t know if it's certain or not.” Prentice, 41, has scored 391 regular-season goals in a NHL career which started with New York Rangers in 1952. after the opening period and 44 going into the third. Rocky Mountain House notched the only two goals in the final period, the sixth marker going into the empty net. Don Johnson led the Sons with a pair of goals while shigles went to Joe Meli and Reg Osmond. Brian Justinen tallied twice for the winners, who outshot the Sons 35-26. Meanwhile in Sunday’s match, the Sons blew a 7-3 lead as they gave up four unanswered goals in the final period and an overtime marker to Olds. The 60-minute contest was a rough one to say the least as five major penalties along with three game misconducts were assessed. The Sons will see action again Thursday night when they host the Taber Palace Pats at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. Hie Lethbridge Midget Elks jumped to a slim 2-1 first period lead, but went on to thump the Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors 5-2 in a Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League game Sunday night. Darrell Osmond led the Elks’ attack with a two-goal performance while singles came off the sticks of Mike Boychuk, Dave Jackson and Michel Dumont. Harvie Pocza, Don Johnson and Nelson Doenz replied for the Warriors, who took five of minor penalties called. Meanwhile the Elks defeated the Lethbridge Midget Colts 5-2 in an exhibition encounter Saturday night. Dave Jackson, Bob Miles, Grant Marchuk, Rick Collier and Bruce Mock tallied for the Elks while David Bourassa and Rod Olshaski scored for the Colls who trailed 3-0 after two periods. eight under par. Jon ones was next at 212 with Rod Punseth, Tom Kite Bruce Summerhays and John Jacobs sharing third at 214. Jones matched par 72 at the water-logged-Pebble Beach Jinks—site of today’s final round—while Kite had a 68, Summerhays a 69 and Funseth and Jacobs a 72. Rookie Gary McCord, who led or shared the lead through the first two rounds, hit two balls into the cold gray waters •f Carmel Bay en route to an 80 that killed his chances at 218. John Morgan of Victoria, B.C., shot a 78 Sunday for a 238 total. Nicklaus broke par for the first time in this event but appeared out of it. His 71 gave him a 218 total 10 off the pace. "Johnny is an awfully good player right now” Nicklaus said “He’s improved every year he’s been a pro and I think he’ll continue to improve for about the next eight years. "He’s had enough tournament experience so that he isn't concerned when he gets in position to win. He’s right now at the height of his strength. He’ll continue to learn over the next few years.” Most of Sunday’s round was played in a cold drizzle. Thursday’s round was washed out by a day-long rain that put the tournament schedule back one day. Hailstorms delayed play and 24 players were stranded on the course by darkness Saturday. The course was soggy, mushy marshes. Sand traps were filled with water. Players were allowed to lift, clean and place their ball on the fairway Sometimes that didn’t help. "Often you couldn’t find a dry spot to put it,” Miller said. "1 had to hit several out of the water.” Named “Salesman of the Month” for the Third Month in a Row Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile is pleased to announce that Chester Pocza has attained the distinction of being named Salesman of the Month for Dec. 1973 for the third month in a row. Let Chester with his many years experience in the automobile business assist you in buying your next car or truck. He would be pleased to be of service. 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