Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Finals go next weekend at Capri King, Violini leading five-pin event SAME OLD GANG BUT A NEW CHIEF - Doug Berkley, wearing glasses, is now the new coach of the Detroit Red Wings. He replaces Ned Harkness who became gen* eral manager after Sid Abet quit. Barkley is shown coaching his first game and his first win against Buffalo Saturday. He lost last nlghf s game against Toronto 3 to 2. Minor hockey Ken King and Dianne Violini emerged the leaders after the first eight games of the Lethbridge five-pin roiloffs which opened at Glendale Bowl Sunday. King and Violini are also the leaders for berths on the Leth-bridge team which will compete in the southern zone roiloffs set for Medicine Hat in February. King led the way in men's play as be rolled up a 2,241 score for eight games and a comfortable lead over Randy Wolstoncroft, with a 2,099. In taking the lead King rolled games of 269, 232, 323, 209, 280, 250, 270 and 348. Wolstoncroft, on the other hand hit for games of 315, 205, 250, 310, 204, 308, 237, 270. Betsy Cifford may quit skiing MONTREAL (CP) - Betsy Clifford, Canada's top woman skier, returned home from the European ski circuit Sunday and indicated she may retire from the World Cup racing scene this week at the age of 17. The young champion flew into Montreal late Sunday and drove to her Ottawa-area home with her parents. When asked by Ed Champagne, Canadian Ski Association manager, whether she might reconsider later and return to Europe, she snapped: "I don't want to talk. I might call a press conference later in the week and announce my retirement. "I'll have some things to say then." Champagne quoted Miss Clifford as saying she might as well retire from this year's competition because she felt she had no chance of recapturing the World Cup this year. He said Peter Franzen, coach of the woman's ski team, had phoned the CDA and had been asked to try to convince Miss Clifford to enter a few more races. "Betsy said she was very lonely," Champagne said. "She said that she was afraid of going all out in downhill because she might get hurt - get killed. She said that she thought of her young brother who was killed in a dune buggy race last fall." Franzen announced from Grindlewald, Switzerland, Sunday that his ace skier was going home because of "physical depression and family problems." "Whether Betsy returns to the European races depends on how she recovers," he said. "She has lost her fighting spirit and is deeply depressed since her brother's death." V.ON SLALOM Miss Clifford' won the special slalom in � World Cup event at Val d'lsere, France, last month and her best finish since then was an 11th place in the giant slalom at Oberstaufen last Friday. Third place in the men's division went to Gary Tunbridge with a 2,095 made up of games Of 291, 261, 259, 248, 31ti, 230, 256, 220, For Violini games of 225, 193, 375, 280, 250, 260, 314 and 298 gave her a 2,195 score and a 152 pin lead over Jean Passey. In taking the runner-up spot Passey had games of 179, 268, 206, 237, 243, 343, 271, and 296. Jean Christie was third after Sunday's action with a 2,007. After a slow start Christie came on strong in her last four games. She bowled 159, 245, 205 and 215 her first four games but then rolled 296, 201, 380 and 306. Rounding out the top 10 men are Steve Pedersen, who tied with Tunbridge at 2,095 after games of 289, 225, 238, 272, 251, 284, 281 and 255. Sam Girardi was fourth at 2,-089 followed by John Rempel 2,032, Francis Higa 1,999, Robin Wheeldon 1,961. Lew Mills 1,937, Francis Wright 1,925 and John Waychesen 1,921. Included in Waychesen's total was a 420 game. He started with a strike, came up with a corner spare on his second frame and then struck out. John Scattergood also had a high game of 380 in the day's action. Completing the top 10 women were Sandy Scattergood with a 1,925, May Heibert 1,820, Ruby Oseen 1,782, Eleanor Dor-igatti 1,766, including a 363 game, Kay Woodman 1,764, Dot Anderson 1,757 and Bea Salmon 1,723. Eight games will be played Sunday at Capri Bowl with 50 per cent of the bowlers advancing to Medicine Hat. At the conclusion of the 16-game rolloff a city men's and women's champion will be declared. The men's champion will receive the Stan McDonald memorial trophy. Monday, January 11, Wl - THE LETHBRIDOI HERALD - 7 BATTLE SCARS - Linesman Matt Pavel ich restrains an angry John Ferguson of the Montreal Canadiens after a fight between Ferguson and Simon Nolet of the PhiladeU phia Flyers during Sunday's National Hockey League game won 3-2 by Philadelphia. Death mars Buenos Aires auto race BUENOS AIRES (AP) - The tragic death of Italian racing driver Ignazio Guinti marred Sunday's 600 � mile Argentina auto race Sunday- The race was won by a Porsche 917 driven by Jo Siffert of Switzerland and Britain's Derek BelL But Guinti's death overshadowed the race. The Italian driver was fatally Injured when his Ferrari smashed into Jean-Pierre Bel-toise's Matra on the 38th lap of the 164-lap race. Beltoise'f ear had run out of gas and Guinti crashed into it rounding a blind curve on the 3.66-mile Municipal Autodrome track. Guinti was leading the race at the time. In Pee Wee action over the weekend the Blues slammed in a goal in the second and third period to wipe out a one goal deficit and oulasted the Canucks 2-1. Brent Logan and Ted Slussar both rapped in a goal apiece for the Blues, while Grant Wiens' replied for the Canucks. The Totems added onto their point standing as they blanked the Falcons 7-0 Friday and came back Saturday with a 3-1 victory over the Bears. Livio Pavan led the Totems against the Falcons with two goals while Dennis Taylor, Mike McLean, Dean Kjeld-gaard, Neal Povey and Theo DeGroot chipped in singletons. DeGroot was the top marksman Saturday night blinking the lights twice and Livio Pavan added a single. For the Bears Jerry Bailey averted a shutout with a first period marker. Ron Gretsinger banged in two goals as he paced the Cougars to a 4-1 victory over the Hornets in Bantam B action. Warriors bomb Elks The Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors proved to the Lethbridge Juvenile Elks they're the stronger of the two entries in the Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League as they clobbered the Elks 16-0 Saturday night. The Warriors maintained period scores of 5-0 and 13-0 before they dumped in three in the final stanza-Ross Walker led the Warrior's attack firing home four goals while Neil Kristjanson, Darryl Wilson and Gary Mar-chuk all aided in the lop-sided victory with three goals each. Jack DeHeer also chipped in with two and Ken Hammersted with one. Lethbridge Elks dropped an 8-5 verdict to Medicine Hat Huskies Sunday. Jim Larson led the winners with two goals while singletons went to Dale Knox, Dale Dole, Tied Gilchrist, Reg Martens, Fred Hall and Mark Carry. Marty Maxwell, Terry Roberts, Ken Klinkhammer, Doug Pinney and Fred Hoffarth replied for the Elks. Your NEW Authorized Dealer jeep" trucks AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-Mli Brian Van Burren and Richard Shardlow both aided with a goal each while John Novak replied with a third period goal to prevent a shutout. The Seals poked in second and third period goals and came up with a 2-0 victory . over the Bruins-Jake Vanseters and Tony Meli both pumped in a goal each for the win. Sheldon Kelly notched three while Greg Babino and Randy Layton both slammed in two goals apiece as they led the Rangers to a 8-0 romping over the Ramblers. Derek Martin added to the total with a single. The Nuggets picked up a hard-fought 3-2 victory over the Mustangs as Dwane Lendrum rapped in two goals. Mitchell Hall tallied the other Nugget marker. For the Mustangs Reno Tren-tini and Bill Ross scored a goal each. In the final Bantam B game staged over the weekend the Eagles trimmed the Monarchs 2-1. John Wasileski and Craig Murray tallied for the Eagles while Harvey Pocza notched a goal for the Monarchs. In Bantam A action the Red Wings over-powered the Maroons and came up with an 8-1 decision. 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