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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter ANDY CAPP At Capri Bowl, Jean Passey earned bowler of the week honors for the gals with a 303 and 831 triple in Imperial Fashions, 183 pins over her average, with honorable men- tion going to Marg Seefried who was 187 pins over her average in the same league, rolling a 766 triple David Wells took the men's crown with a standout effort in YBC, rolling 349 and an 804 triple, 185 pins over his average Harry Lang, in Monday Senior Citizens, was next in line with 312 and 741, 183 pins over his average In YBC action, big guns in Young Adults were Rob Miklos with 301, John Wildman a 744 triple, Kim In women's league play, Francis Bambrick's 251 paced Monday Senior Citizens with Higa's led by Doreen Sibbet with 296, Peggie Voort 294 and Ethel Kozak 292 Other pace setters included Peg Forry with 301 in Imperial Fashions, Rosey Cropley 301, Dianne Decaire a 681 triple and Shela Schikowsky 721 in Wednesday Coffee, Carolyn Wilde 305 and 701, Isabelle Bergman a 785 triple and Dala Fujita hit for 348 and Slug Goshinmon 306'and 731 to lead the men in JCCA while in Thursday Mixed Dave Iwaskiw had 315 and- 746, George Matchett adding a 706 triple John Roberton posted a sharp 366 and 746 in ACT with a 279 by Will Ness high in the Pioneer League... Harry Long's 312 and 741 was At Holiday Bowl, Ken Kurtz was on the beam in a big way to take the men's bowler of the week honors he ripped off a 393 and a great 970 triple in Commercial Men's, the latter the new high for the year Joyce Marsden took the women's title for the week with a red hot performance in Eagles Lodge she blistered the pins for 338 and 815, both new league highs for the year In YBC play, pac- ing the bantams were Laura Peterson with 211 and Kirby Nishikawa with 202 with Terry In other men's league play, Jim Malcomson had 339 and 776, Barry Rosenfelt 320 and 762 and Shinob Tanaka 309 in Knights of Columbus with Bill Billings clicking for 321 and 837 in Alcon... Matt Bernhart hit for 341, Frank Bernhart 300, Fred Smeed 302 and Alf Bell a big 360 in Thursday Golden Age Jake Fehr had 306 in CPR, Alan Richards 754 in CJOC and Dennis Smith 301 and 855 and Gene Yamada 300 and 740 in U of L CFCN In women's competition, Kay Davispn shone in Monday Golden Age with 313 and 725 with Dianne Violini with 301 and 771 and Bev Clark with 315 and 749 high in Knights of Columbus Bodil Johannsen's 298 topped Dairy Queen and Betty Paterson's 716 triple was tops in Alcon Karlyn Spitzer continued her hot pace with 338 and 876 in Benriix with Verna Matson's Kovaes 256 and Leslie Killins a 699 triple High in Friday Schools were Carol Gum 215, Terry Kirschenman 217, Tom Miklos 275 and a 549 double, Robert Miklos 248 and Mark Gretzinger 228 YBC Jet and bantam boy leaders were Mark Wright 265 and 401, Don Tinordi 231, Edwin Burwash 223 and Colin Wiebe 197, while lops among the girls were Sandra Ferguson 222, Kim Tolley 192 and Sonya Decaire 209 Junior senior leaders were Sandra Hamilton 241, Cindy Pedrini 231, Susan Stanton 220, Greg Krokosh 318 and 711, Brian Rossetti 318, Parry MacDonald 317 and 707 and David Wells with his big outing. Masa Goshinmon 758 in Mar- tinizing, while in Green's Shoes it was Willene MacDonald 311 and 778 and Kay Wheeler a 729 In JCCA Carol Fujita had 315 and 715 and Sumi Medoruma 718 with a 703 triple by Pat Plomp high in Sundquist Construction Maggie Oliver's 329 led Doug's and AGT leaders were Linda Aspeslet 333 and 693 and Mavis Tuttle 698. the high mark in Monday Senior Citizens, Tom Archbold adding 283 In Gordie's Jerry Mezei had a 779 triple, Bob Taylor 739 and Cec Beaudry 734 with a 715 by Doug Wong tops in Canbra Foods In Green's, Jim Kiefuik was the star with 337 and 840, Sam Girardi posting 306 and 746 and Cec Beaudry 304 and 793. Hamilton's 236 and Cathy Ferguson's 249 leading the juniors There were some big outings in Commercial Men's, besides Ken Kurtz' great 970 triple Ken King had 326 and a fat 903, Bill Koskoski 318 and 754, Ken Larson 304 and 814, George Smerek 361, Steve Saler 319, Jerry Mezei a 756 triple, Sam Girardi 753, Bill Cook 758, Gary Lohuis 754, Steve Pedersen 305 and 743, John Erickson 762 and a smart 341 and 845 by Tom Baker. e leaders were Darwin Romanchuk 358 and for four, Sam Girardi 339, Dave Smeed 357, Fred Milner 301 and Les Dyke 313 and 1.056, Bob Costanzo 343 and Hugh Christie 367 and Ken Malcomson 361 and Ken Larson 325, Norm Tolley 340 and Steve Pedersen 316, Roy Cun- ningham 329 and a sizzling 197 and Jack Smeed 305 and 314 and 729 the week's top ef- fort in Simpsons Sears Alfreda Newell had 290 in ADA and Jeanette Smeed was the star in Speedys with a big 353 and 845 Connie Baceda had 310 in CJOC with a 275 by Joanne Hegi leading Alpine Drywall... Heading the pack in CFCN were Ethel Skinner 311 and for four and Dianne Violini 344 and 'THESTATE OF THE CROWD COMING OUT OP THAT PLACE 7 LAST MIGHT, MRS.CAPP V- IT WAS I NEVER TOUCH THE STUFF MYKLf, ANDMV HUSBAND ONLY TAKES A DRINK ON ONE (jSPECIAU OCCASIONS MINE TOO, MRS. POTT'S ON A COUPLE I OF OCCASIONS Tuesday, January 14, 1975 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 15 Minor hockey In action on weekend Wendell Cahoon, left, and Kendon Eakett, two of the main cogs in the LGC Kodiak basketball machine, will be in action this weekend as the Kodiaks play at home for the first time in 1975. The Mount Royal College Cougars and SAIT, two of the stronger clubs in the league, will be the opponents for the league-leading Kodiaks who have a perfect 6-0 record thus far. The girls team, the Kodiettes, will hit the floor prior to the boys games. The Kodiettes sport a 5-1 record in league play this year. Midget tournament at Warner The Warner Midget C's will be hosting a Midget Hockey Tourna- ment in Warner Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Eight teams, the Vauxhall Midget C's, Coaldale Midget C's, Taber Midget C's, Taber Bantam Reps, Lethbridge North Stars, Lethbridge Nationals, Lethbridge Ti-Cats and the Warner Midget C's, have entered the tour- nament. Will Phil Esposito score 50 goals in 50 games? MONTREAL (CP) Centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins today continues his pursuit of a.National Hockey League record that has remained intact for 30 seasons and has-eluded him in three previous tries. With 42 goals in 41 games this season, Esposito needs eight goals in his next nine games to equal the 50-goals- in-50-games mark set by former Montreal Cariadiens great, Maurice (Rocket) Richard. Richard was the NHL's first 50-goal scorer during the 50- game 1944-45 season. Esposito has come close to the mark three times. In 1970-71, the year he fin- ished with 76 goals, Esposito had 45 in 50 games. The following season he had 44 after 50 games and wound up with 66 goals. Last season the rangy Boston centre had 41 goals after 41 games but scored only five times in the following nine games for 46 in 50. In fairness to Esposito, it remains notable that the year Morrice has quite a debut Goaltender Rod Morrice is probably wondering just what he has gotten himself into by now. Morrice joined the Univer- sity of Lethbridge Pronghprns for the second semester of the Alberta College Athletic Saints top Coleman 3-2 The Labor Club Saints scored one goal in each period to defeat the Coleman girls 3-2 in Southern Alberta Girls League competition. Linda Gorko, Elaine Yip and Helen Raats scored for the Saints while Susan McLeod and Chris Pitt picked up the Coleman goals. The Saints will travel to Calgary this weekend for four exhibition games Saturday and Sunday. They will also take in the Bronco Centen- nial contest Friday night. Conference schedule, and saw his first action in a pair of weekend losses to Red Deer College Kings. Friday night, Morrire went between the U of L pipes at Henderson Ice Centre with gone in the first period, with his teammates already trailing 5-0. The Kings went on to dump the locals 11-3. On-Saturday afternoon, the had to come- back from a 5 3 deficit after two periods to nip the Pronghorns 8 6, but Morrice was faced with 65 shots from Red Deer sticks. Wilf Foord and Phil Jensen each scored twice to lead Red Deer to their romp Friday night. Guy Smith, Bill Anderson and Dennis Smith scored for the Pronghorns, who were outshot 47 32. Red Deer took seven of the 13 penalties handed out. On Saturday, the locals' broke out to a 4 0 lead by the mark of the first period, and led 4 2 going into the dressing room for the first time. The clubs exchanged markers in the middle frame before the Kings came roar- ing back in the third period. The Pronghorns got two goals each from Wally Tunow and Brian Conrad, while singles came off the sticks of Mike Holub and Roh Amatto. Garneau fined EDMONTON (CP) Forward Richard Garneau of Quebec Nordiques was fined Monday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of assaulting a police officer Sunday night in a fracas dur- ing a World Hockey Associa- tion game between the Nordi- ques and Edmonton Oilers. he scored 76 goals, he scored 53 in the last 50 games of the season. With 81 points in 40 games, Esposito was the first-half leader in the scoring race and thus collected in award money from the league. That upped his total bonus money from the Art Ross Trophy por- tion of individual awards to in the last 7V2 seasons. He won the Ross Trophy- awarded annually to the league's top last four seasons and five of the last six. The other season, 1969-70, team-mate Bobby Orr won the scoring title. Orr, inciden- tally, picked up from the league as runner-up in the first-half scoring. In the goaltending depart- ment, Rogatien Vachon and Gary Edwards of Los Angeles Kings shares as first-half leaders in the Vezina.Trophy race. The pair allowed only 77 goals during the Kings first 40 games for a sparkling 1.92 goals-against average. SCORING LEADERS G A P Pirn Esposito. Bos...... 42 41 S3 29 Orr, Boston........ 24 52 76 54 Latleur, Mon....... 32 25 67 25 Perreaull, Bull..... 27 37 64 26 Mahovlich, Mon 184058 22 Roberl, Bud....... 27 30 57 49 Clarke. Phila.'...... 13 43 56 71 Dionne, Detroit ___ 21 34 55 6 Gilbert, NYR....... 22 31 53 12 Ralelle. NYR....... 17 34 51 14 Mikila. Chi 19 31 50 30 Vickers, NYR 18 32 50 28 Linger, St. Louis 20 28 48 81 Schock, Pitts 153348 18 Hodge, Bos........ 143448 58 D. Potvin. NYI 13 35 48 61 Lemaire, Mon...... 19 27 40 10 BUCyk, Bos........ 17 29 46 6 Martin, Bull 22 23 45 53 Lapointe, Mon..... 17 28 45 52 Luce, Buff......... 21 23 44 24 Vadnais, Bos 8 36 44 76 Grant, 23 20 43 16 Apps, Pitts 17 26 43 25 Pronovost. Pitts___ 20 21 41 20 ACT Bantam A's of Lethbridge defeated'the Taber Midget C team 12 2 Saturday in Little Spud League action. ACT was led by Neal Povey, who racked up four goals, and Ivano Fraulin and Alan Gepneris with two apiece. Steve Tsjurai, Bob Odney, Cam Jarvis and Todd Takeyasu added single markers for the winners. Bob Shimbashi scored both Taber goals. The Vikings dropped the Falcons 4 1 in Pee Wee ac- tion with Steve Shipley pick- ing up the hat trick for the winners. Bruce Kostelansky scored the fourth goal. Rob Rab replied for the Falcons. In an exhibition game in Bantam B action the Whalers edged the 8 7. Marty Seebeck scored four goals for the victors while Bruce Cant added two. Singletons went to Randy Neufeldt and Wayne Lyon. Robert Wood, Norman Schwartz and Barry Weintraub scored two goals apiece for the losers while Dan Herauf added a single goal. Darcy Kaminski scored three times to lead the Penguins to a 5 2 win over the Pintos. David Kaminski and Terry MacDonald also scored for the Penguins. Ricky Balaz and Joe Johnson replied for the Pintos. The Maroons edged the Canadians 3 2 in Bantam A play with Darren Ramage potting two goals for the winners. Ken Allen scored the third. Randy Provick and Ken Borla scored against the un- beaten Maroons. Gord Pollock and Mark Wolyshan scored third period goals to lead the Lions to a 2 1 win over the Nuggets. Robert Hoffman scored for the Nuggets. Sunday the Raiders and the Monarchs battled to a 2 2 deadlock. Tim Talbot and Barry Wauters scored for the Raiders while Dwayne Osberg and Gary Vegh replied for the Monarchs. Dave McCuria scored twice and Simon Layng fashioned a shutout as the Blackhawks downed the Oilers 5-0 in Ban- tam A hockey action Thur- sday. Stan Sawicki, Roy Hood, and Brent Belsher scored the other goals for the winners. Three second period goals lifted the Eskimos to a 4-3 win over the Toros in Midget play. CJair Handsaeme, Keith Johnson, and Walter Montina scored in the second period, while Bill Henderson had the winner in the third for the Eskimos. Thero DeGroot, Doug James, and Barry Forry had the Toro goals. All the scoring took place in the first period as the Blues edged the Canucks 3-2 in Pee Wee action. Doug Shostak scored twice to lead the way for the Blues, Brad Harvie scored what proved to be the winner after David Dragland and Scott Leonard had scored for the Canucks. The Midget Eskimos edged the Comets 3-2 with Mark In- nis, Keith Johnson and Clair Handsaeme scori g for the winners. Mik. Valuk and Kevin Jockins wo1 the Comet goal scorers. Lund moving LOS ANGELES (CP) Bobby Hull of Winnipeg Jets and Serge Bernier of Quebec Nordiques continue their two- way battle for the World Hockey Association scoring title, but Houston's Larry Lund is turning it into a three- way fight. But closing in on the high- scoring pair is Lund, 34-year- old native of Penticton, B.C. The Aeros centre has 24 goals and 36 assists for 60 points and is far ahead of his 1973-74 goal production. Lund finished last season with 33 goals and 53 assists for 86 points, second in team scor- ing to Gordie Howe. In the goaltending race, Jo- seph Plante of Edmonton Oilers and Cleveland's Bob Whidden are tied for the league's top goals against average at 2.70. LEAGUE LEADERS G A P Pirn Hull, W............ 36 28 64 19 S. Bernier, Q...... 30 33 63 37 Lund, H 24 36 60 26 Laoroix, SB........ 18 37 55 43 Walton. M......... 29 24 53 26 Nilsson. W......... 13 37 50 44 Hughes. H......... 291847 28 Dillon, T........... 17 30 47 14 Hinse. H........... 17 28 45 4 G. Howe. H........ 16 29 45 56 Simpson. T........ 301444 34 Nedomansky, T.... 21 20 41 13 Rivers. SO......... 24 16 40 16 Henderson. T...... 19 21 40 12 Mahovllch, T....... 18 21 39 8 Parizeau. O........ 142539 30 McGUIRE'S JANUARY SALE STARTS THURSDAY! We will be CLOSED all day Wednesday in preparation for this tremendous Salel (See our ad in Wednesday's Herald) ;