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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntsdiy, January 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 11 ,.NX' Minor hockey Pee Wee tournament winners Pictured above are the Lethbridge Vikings, winners of the recent Lethbridge Minor Hockey League Pee Wee tournament. Front row, left to right, are coach Shig Takeyasu, Daryl Robertson, Frank Popson, Greg Romaniuk, Stephen Shipley and Keith Takeyasu. Middle row, left to right are, Duane Selbel, Greg Westling, Graeme Bowden, Darren Seibel, Bruce Kostelansky and Mark Shebel. At the back, left to right, are Brian Monaghan, Frank Gross, Ken Popp, Bradley Piontek, Sheldon Jesson, Ken Bradley and manager Orest Romaniuk. Roundup of bowling scores Doug Richardson scored twice to lead the Bantam B Seals to a 4-3 win over the Hornets. John Szentes and Gordon Melnyk also scored for the winners. Jeff Jarvie picked up two goals for the losers and Greg Castle scored the third. Carol Turney is leading point getter SASKATOON (CP) Carol Turney had an enjoyable weekend in Calgary and, as a result, the University of British Columbia Thuhderette star leads most categories in Canada West University Athletic Association Womens Basketball. Turney scored 70 points in two games against winless University of Calgary Din- nies; including a 37-point ef- fort, as B.C. increased its record of 7-1 and grabbed a share of first place. Saskatchewan Huskiettes, also 7-1, and Victoria Vikettes, 8-2, are the other teams battling for first place in the six-team league. As a result of her perfor- mance, Turney leads the league in scoring, free throw accuracy and rebounding. Her 22.6 point average on 181 points in eight games, gives her a comfortable margin over Huskiettes' Lorraine Wright, second at 18.1 points her game. Dwayne Osberg scored two goals while leading the Ban- tam B Monarchs to a win Monday night. Greg Boessenkool, Don Credico, Glenn Yacyshyn and Perry Osberg rounded out the scor- ing for the winners. Len Yoowg scored both Nugget goals. Lethbridge Warriors picked up eight goals from eight different players Sunday and went on to defeat the Vauxhall Legionaires 8 5 in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League action. Greg Lewis, Dave Jackson, Bob Quinell, Cam McLennan, Bill Zarooben, Richard Shardlow, Dale Yakiwchuk and Greg Montieth were the goal getters for the winners. Reid Stevenson picked up two for the losers and singletons went to Gordon Miller, Rockey Hammbren and Edwin Wall. In Bantam B action Ralph Quint scored four times and Murray Redman picked up his sixth shutout as the Kings downed the Rangers 12 0. Dale Belsher added the hat trick for the victors and Brad Kirschnemen potted two goals. Single efforts came from Randy Rook, Tod Canan and Jim Gilbert. Lethbridge Voyageurs' Pee Wee Rep team upended the Fort Macleod Cougars 7 2, lod by Jon McFadden with two goals. Blair Spence, Rod Tomita, Wayne Smith, Greg Horn and Mark Dumont also scored for the winners. Danny Vanee and David Ludwig were the Cougar marksmen. The Voyageurs also took an exhibition victory over the weekend from Vauxhall Blades by the score of 5 4. Rod Tomita scored twice for the winners and single efforts came from Allen Norlin, Blair Spence, Greg Horon and The Vauxhall goal scorers were unavailable. A three-goal third period splurge by Dale Pytcia led the North Stars to a 5-1 win over the Royals in Midget play. Gary Mikula and Steve Campbell added singles for the winners who scored four unanswered third period goals. Kevin Miller notched the lone Royal goal in the first period. Bantam B play Tuesday saw the Lions drop a 4-1 verdict to the Raiders. Dave Siemans scored two for the Raiders and single markers went to Marshal Dearmand and Leigh-Aaron Harrison. Jim Huchala scored the lone Lion marker. STANDINGS HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALLINS Ann Chanda 253 Helen Brown 243; Jean Christie 242; Mary Noss 249 Marion Tinsley 273 Melody Bobinec 256; Jen Hegi 236 Jo-Anne Hegi 275; Laverne Owen 252; Barb Jarvie 262; Mary Rath 246 CIVIL SERVICE Sharyn Broadbent 252; Ernie Frache 256; Betty Swaren 241; Bryon Hirsne 233; Ron Deak 233; Ken May 259; Lyle Smyke 275 Vern Stewart 255; Ray Patterson 272; Lena Moore 233. C.P.R. Jake Fehr 306; Christ Guenther 249; Fll Oberg 266; Geo Matchett 293 Pete Canan 256; Elaine Sinclair 270 Cleas Schweitzer 264; Frank Szkulak 255; Bob Anderson 241; John Morris 242; Jean Matghelt 249. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kolibas 169; Shauna Noss 130; Paula Jennings 129; Laura Peterson 211; Betty Ann Pitt 126; Carol Tremel 123; Cathy Tremel 117; Dianne Vaselenak 170; Donna Turner 134; Leanne Chanda 143. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Donald Taniguchi 170; Kirby Nlshikawa 202: Allen Stewart 155; Brian Kolibas 158; Randy Tremel 141; Raymond Brown 191; Cory Miller 147; Murray Johnson 137; Victor Hrycyk 124; Ian McMurray 124. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Rick Link 220; Terry Hamilton 236; Sask. B.C.... i Victoria iAIberta.......... 2 Cathy Ferguson 249; Randy Telchroeb 203; Judy Rapuano 210: Billy Doyle 235; Malinda Hamilton 220; Darryl Bailey 210; Heather Doyle 200. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Dennis Smith 301 Gene Yamada 300 Margo Gyorli 212; Hay Romses 213; Kim Scott 201: Remi Baycroft 200. MONDAY GOLDEN AGE Frank Bernhart 291 Rose Nunweiler 237 Ted Ward 237; Ruby Oseen 263 Nick Bianchi 232; Velma Miller 240; All Bell 226; Howard White 221; Nellie Berry 226; Mary Clark 226: Minnie Petri 220. COMMERCIAL MEN Al Smith 319 Darwin Romanchuk 303 John Wildman 308 Steve Pedersen 300 Les Dyke 333 Fred Thomas 351 Roy Smeed 316 Steve Dimnik 297; Wimp Nakamura 290. Tom Baker 296 Jim Higa 314 YOUNG ADULTS Jim Malcomson 236; Neal Nlshikawa 250; David Urban 250; Rogan Sinclair 253 Robert Andreachuk 292; Adella Besseling 246; Linda Malcomson 271 Darwin Homanchuk 325 Bar- bara Toth 260; Deena Urban 224. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Shinob Tanaka 274 Robin Wheeldon 274 Bob Olshaski 263: Ellas Sawill'a 261 John Lacey 272; Ed Peterson 303; Shirley Herllein 285 Wilma Valer 291; Brenda Duce 259 Ruth Aldott 263 Mary Wishnevsk! 263 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Dick Wells 338 Darrell Block 246, Maxine Morton 243, Laurice Block 260. Brian Dangus 233, Darrell Burr 257, Doug Allan 222, Enzo Zanoni 220, Sieg Zowa 227, Debbie Barton 226. CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Rotta Lazaruk 256: Arlone McKay 262; Kay Wheeler 262 Helen Richardson 257 Gail Parks 281; Marlene Praskach 266 Joan Jones 286 Sandra Hunt 275 Dorothy Napper 279; Mary Wishnevski 265 SUNDOUIST Dot Sorenson 243; Pat Plomp 249 Mel Seibert 223; Marg Roberts 238; Muriel Sparks 220; Peggy Guz- zie 266; Jane Smyke 228; Marie Smith 267 Doris Wickers 258. SENIOR CITIZENS Leora Ness 227; Henry Bechthold 262; Jim Freel 202: Phyllis Patching 204; Will Ness 263; Ted Haszard 241; Jessie MacDonaid 205. THURSDAY MIXED Tim Stuckerl 239; Pat Hamilton 256; Dave Iwaskiw 315 Greg Hamilton 239; Keith Seibert 264; George Matchett 284 Tom Snow 270; Dave Crabb 283; Ed Morrison 248; Louis Lirette 263. BANKS Wendy Sera 235; Arlene Bartosek "JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE" MAJOR BRAND BOOTS By Tony Lama, Justin and Texas DISCONTINUED STYLES OF BOOTS By Tony Lama, Justin Sanders, Texas and Boulet (for the whole family) BRAND NAME FELT HATS By American, Resistol and Stetson _ DOWN-FILLED VESTS AND COATS Pioneer and Sprung 20% OFF OFF 20% OFF 20% OFF OOR ENTIRE STOCK OF SHIRTS 9 A07A, CflK. ACC By Karman. Caravan. Lee and Lev! reduced from.................. W V It) V V 9.95 9.95 7.50 PLUS MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS FARMER STOCKMAN SUPPLY Lethbridge MEN'S PANTS Lee bootcut checks, only MEN'S KARMAN JEANS Our entire stock clearing at BOYS'JEANS By Lee and Karman (checks and plain colors only) 319-5th Street South 239: Hardy Umeris 243; Herman Wdelders 246; Marion Triska 228; Gerry Mann 294; Mike Soroka 241; Morley Richardson 247; Janelte Dragland 235; Gord Diebert 289 Vic Bawel 283. FRIDAY YBC SCHOOLS Carol Guzzi 215; Brad Kirschenman 226; Mark Gretzinger 228; Danny Sudo 186; Tom Miklos 275; Robert Miklos 248; Kevin Prindle 198; Merylen Bunnage 217; Terry Kirschenman 217; Geoff Paskuski 199. YBC JET AND BANTAM BOYS Colin Wiebe 197; Edward Baines 144; Brian Brano 145; Bruce Harvie 161; Dean Hovey 163; Ricky Woodman 176; Mark Wright 265; Don Tinordi 231; Edwin Burwash 223; Danny Svoboda 182. YBC JET AND BANTAM GIRLS Sonya DeCaire 209; Shelly McKenny 123; Brand! Lamont 156; Theresa Miklos 131; Sherry Erlendson 138; Nancy Ferguson 123; Rebecca Holmes 184: Sandra Ferguson 222; Kim Tolley 192; Karcy Shigehiro 178; Lorinda Holmes 170. YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS Greg Krokosh 318 David Wells 349 Brian Rossetli 318; Parry MacDonaid 317 Greg Mann 263; Cindy Pedrini 231: Susan Stanton 220; Max Coupiand 297 Sandra Hamilton 241; Brenda Christie 214. DOUG'S Maggie Oliver 329; Judy Williams 226; Judy Bruchet 236; Mary Nicolson 249; Gale Hammel 248 Dianne Parascak 239; Agnes MacDonaid 230; Chris Guenther 254 Belly Fehr 229; Allison Wiebe 230. A.O.T. Jerry Areshenko 280; Brian Murkin Mavis Tuttle 287 Ken Pinchak 281; Chris Ell 264 Doug Aspeslet 258; Linda Aspeslet 333 John Robertson 266 Ken Rollag 272; Art Parks 268 FRIDAY MIXED George Gerstenbuhler 280; Earl Doucette 248: Morlev Richardson 233; Wayne Giberson 249; Beresnak 282; Kay Wheeler 269; Mel Amatto 269; Guila Bunnage 219; Joanne Hancock 213; Wayne Rozeli 243. MARTINIZING Judy Tamayose 251, Masa Goshinmon 264 Pal Henderson 249 May Hiebert 246 Shirley Bludoff 243 Isabelle Bergman 281 Judy Horiacher 249. Carolyn Wilde 305 Joan Sudo 253, Theresa Burkhart 250 WINSTON CHURCHILL Debbie Persinger Gordon Besseling 227, Brett Townsend 245 Murray Vickers 279 GREEN'S SHOES George Mabln 278, Cec Beaudry 304 Bryan Leishman 277, Marion Bailey 277. Darrell Lagler 269, Sam Girardi 306 Hugh Christie 270 -Jean Christie 261 John Rempel 267 Rick Barva 271, Kay Wheeler 278 Jim Klelulk 337 Willene MacDonaid 211 J.C.C.A. Tosh Ibuki 265, Dale Fujita 348 Carol Fujila 315 Jim Miyauchi 286, Wimp Nakamura 267 Aya Nakamura 274, Betty Tomiyama 269, Sumf Medoruma 271 Shig Goshinmon 306 L Pel. OBL 1 .875 1 .875 2 .800 6 .250 5 Cherry Hamabata 264. Larry, Loth............. 2 8.200 6 Nakahama 293. Calgary 0 8 .000 7 MIDGET SPUD LEAGUE -HOCKEY TONIGHT WED., JAN. 15th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE MIDGET COLTS TABER "B" MIDGETS TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE FIBERGLASS BELTED POLYESTER CORD TIRES E78-14 F78-14 G78-U H78-U F78-15 G78-15 H78.15 J78-I5 L78.15 29.44 32.44 35.44 29.44 32.44 35.44 35.44 35.44 blnekwoll E78-14 Wide Series "78" Design Smooth Riding Polyester Fiberglass Belted for Traction Strength No trade-in required. No charge fo Mileage Guaranteed ry HALLMARK we carries a lifetime guarantee against road liaiar .WITHOUTJIMIT TO MONTHS OR MILES AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE. MILES OR 36 MONTHS COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAU DISC BRAKE OVERHAUL WAVY DUlr BATTERY On. Low PrieB Fo, Slolo Su. per Blend 10W30 Replace Rebuild Slondord Norlh Amerieon Ca HEAT-THRU CUSHION OPAQUE VINYL FLOOR MATS INSTAIiED Dry charged for 3 yean of dependable high power. Scries 01, 191. 22F, 24F Rebuild wheel cylinder. Replace brake hardware Bleed, flush, and refill Resurface GUARANTEED HUB Should carlf inilallatioi) of reptocerna ing! and podt which or vidcd 01 no charge. For Most North Aroerie Cors. Serie. 27. 27F 33.88 mojp in Canada Mokhing Rear Mais 5.29 EVERY SNOW TIRE IN STOCK 8 TRACK STEREO AND FM STEREO GAS LINE ANTI-FREEZE LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE EXAMPLE FIBERGLASS BELTED WHITEHALL H7B-15 REGULAR S39.4J SALE PRICES29.S8 BLACKWALLS DEPARTMENT STORES college Shopping man 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Monday, Tuesday A Wednesday a.m. to p.m. Thursday Friday a.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. SATISFACTION LEO SINGER'S MEN'S SUITS 89 Regular Values to BARGAIN CARNIVAL 95 A SPECIAL GROUP OF MEN'S SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS MEN'S CAR COATS Itafiriirty to J70.M. QO99 MMAINCARNIVAL Qj MEN'S PULLOVER A CARDIGAN SWEATERS CLEARING AT PRICE ONE TABLE OF MEN'S DRESS SLACKS Wooll, bhndl PRICE AND LESS BALANCE OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS DWH MM MnflniSt nNMf 9 Continues this week with terrific savings on regular top quality merchandise. Don't miss out on this great yearly event. MEN'S DRESS SOCKS Regular p.rr 465 FOR ONLY SHORTS AND TOPS Rtoulsr S2.00 NOW ONLY PARKAS Regular lo BARGAIN Q99 CARNIVAL 9 214-5th Street Phone 329-3958 ;