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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 16, 1975 Minor hockey Mike Dikun turned in a shutout performance as he led the Labor Club Bantam Bees to a 7 0 win over the Lakers. Warren Calder scored twice and singletons went to Brian Kanewischer, Greg Braun, Allan OuVal, David Zarooben and Bruce Besplug. In another Midget game Tuesday the Nationals edged the Toros 5 4. Danny Reidelhuber, Randy Charlesworth, Ross Mitchell, Kevin Hunt and Roy Duval scored for the winners. Barry Forry got two for the Toros and Jamie Henderson and Guy Vervoort added single efforts. Bantam A play saw Pincher Creek score a 6 3 win over the Blackhawks. Brandy Kilkenny scored two goals for the winner while singles came from Brad Lowe, Bary Bigford, Keith Land and Kevin Roth. Danny Laronde scored all three goals for the losers. Kainai Cougars and the Blackhawks battled to a 6 6 deadlock with Norman Ward potting two goals for the Cougars. Single efforts came from Murray Heavyshields, Dan Knife, James Russel Jr. and Levi Blackwater Jr. David McCuria picked up the hat trick for the Blackhawks and Stan Sawicki scored twice. Neil Court rounded out the scoring. The Lethbridge Blades edg- ed the Warner Pee Wees 6-5 with Jason Como scoring two goals for the winners. Ward Tamayash, Greg McKuan, Gerald Saccasco and Clark Bosh added single markers. Danny Lomas blasted four goals for Warner and Pat Pittman added the fifth goal. The Warner Mites took a 3-1 verdict over the Milk River Mites with Mike Orcutt, Keith Thomas and Danny Murray scoring for the winners. Lyle Losey picked up the lone Milk River marker. IF YOU THINK THAT'S A BIT 'ROUSHjYOLI6HOUL.il 'EAR 'IM AFTERWARDS IN THE 'QW DARE YOU DO THAT TO LCC and Miner's Library post wins The Lethbrhlge Community College continued to win in City Recreation League Hockey as they upended Puri- ty Bottling 4-2. Bill MacKenzie scored three goals for the LCC while Dennis Oberg and Brian Campbell were'the Purity goal scorers. Miner's Library picked up two goals from three players, Cam llodgen, Brian Murkin and Chris Wandler and went on to defeat Labor Club 8-2. Roundup of bowling scores YAMAHA ORGANS I New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 HOLIDAY BOWL DAIRY QUEEN Alma Bluekens 274, Rose Hannon 240. Hertha Matson 249. Mitz Wooldrldge 236, Bernice Hay 244. Llse Tlnchscherar 222. Maxine Ostrom 218, Linda Llnde'n 224. Mary Ward 213, Cathy Carpenter 218, Marj Fleming 211. Alice Kennedy 213. Jean Passsy 251 Rosemarie Pallmlere 252. HAMILTON JUNIOR HIGH Ray Rowland 192, Lynne Able 221, Merylen Bunnage 259, pam Shigehiro 206, Marty Shlgehiro 266, Alan Baker 237. A.D.A. ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Alex Szentes 252. Svat Jones 249, Rod Chernos 254, Sherry Clark 266, Allredo Newell 253. BENDIX Kay Hyndman 205, Judy Harnack 269 Debbie Barton 259 Dale Jonson 234, Karlyn Spitzer 273 Liza Stoltenberg 237, Jan Jewitt 227, John Dubbelboer 244, Garth Barr 220, Darwin Romanchuk 236. SIMPSON SEARS Doug Anderson 222, Sherry Anderson Jim Van Der Zee 225. Art Fukunaga 280, Tom Pratt 212, Debbie Vaykovick 211, Jack Unterseher 215. Kay Goshlnman 227, Verna Matson 268 Alan Matson 252. SPEEDY'S Marg Smith 254 Isabellc Schramm 277. Jeanette Smeed 281, Karlyn Spitzer 275 Rose Johnson 248, Grace Beard 270 Isabella Schramm 277, Gail Sarka 234, Norma Anderson 235. HOLIDAY VILLAGE Lois Aucoin 268 Alma Tolley 259 Elfie Madson 246, Millie Shewchuk 272, Irene Lynde 246 Marg Malcomson 277, Doreen Wilson 263 Maria Jokuty 259, Laura Peake 263 Mel Finnerty 239, Katie Bernhart 252, Alice Gier 238. VASA LODGE Will Ness 280, Leora Ness 245. Bea Hanson 25'2. Arvid Oseen 255, Doug Hegland 248, Carol Park 252. Dolly Belle 242 Bob Hanson 239, Ann Aim 236: EAGLES LODGE Joyce Marsden 338 John Rosenlelt 274 Phyl Moore 264. Marie Barnett 255, John Frecka 284, Geo Matchett 287 Frank Gorda 567, Kathy Ludwig 253 Len Groves 241, Beth Kokoski 280 Helen Weets 253, Gary Ward 252 DAIRY QUEEN Minnie Kaskiw 257, Jean Mills 235, Mary Shields 281. Margaret Prudham 236, Budil Johannsen 298 Dln- nre Turcotte 230. Bernice Hay 272, Hertha Matson 241. Erma McGuire 243 Mary Qulttenbaum 228. BENDIX John Duebelbolr 248. Karlyn Spilzer 338 Jim Wensueen 250, Guy Brown 265. Cris Stoltlnburg 236. John Hyde 226. Ken Humphreys 247, John Hewitt 218. SIMPSONS-SEARS Bernice Hartley 221, Brian Rossetti 239. Jerry Ellerman 256. Herb Ellerman 225, Alice Pirol 214, Verna Matson 314 Albena Kirschenman 211. A.D.A. Ken Ball 250, Ross Bertrand 230. Letham. ALEXTOKARIUK NAMED BENY SALESMAN OF THE MONTH OF DEC. Gerry Wagenvoort, General Sales Manager of Beny Chevrolet is pleased to announce that Alex Tokariuk has been named "Salesman of the Month" for December, 1974. Only hard work and exceptional service to his customers made this achievement possible. Alex's advice to you Deal with Beny-you'll BENY-fit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Main Garage and Showroom OK Supermarket Car Lot ________ Phone 328-1101 Foggo in top 10 SASKATOON (CP) The University of Victoria Vikings are riding the crest of an eight game win streak which has carried the Canada West Intercollegiate Mens Basket- ball team into first place. However, Victoria doesn't have any league leaders to ac- count for its 8-2 record, depending on team effort for their top ranked position. Jim Dudderidge is the lone Viking in the top 10 with a 16.7 point average, good enough for fifth place, and 8.1 rebounds, sixth in that department. University of British Columbia Thunderbirds' Steve Pettifer has reclaimed the scoring lead and now leads University of Saskatchewan Huskies' Roger Ganes in that department. Pettifer has a 20.8 point average with 167 points in the eight games UBC has played and the margin on games, se- cond with an 18.5 point average. Ganes leads in two other categories. The Huskie centre has the best field goal shooting percentage, hitting on 56 of 104 attempts for a 53.8 per cent mark. In rebounding, his 97 total rebounds, in- cluding a league leading 67 defensive, gives him a 12.1 rebound average. University of Lethbridge Pronghorns' Phil Letham is the top free throw shooter, sinking 34 of 40 attempts for an 85 per cent mark. LEAGUE STANDINGS Alice Clark 262. Sherry Clark 233, Allreda Newell 290. Ray Budd 247. Lorraine Szates 231, Alan Szentes 222. GOLDEN AGE Matt Bernharl 347 Charles Ober 271, Frank Bernhart 300 (704) All Bell 360 Nick Bianchi 278, Harry Long 231, Melba Hocking 211, Bbdil Johansen 231, Minnie Petrie 231. Annabelle Graham 213. CJOC Don Bernhart 288, Jim McPike 290, Alan Richards'295 Jock Mulgrew 269. Connie Baceda 310, Frank Baceda 279, Eleanor Fenton. 275 Bern Carrier 264, Neil No- ble 256. Vicky Van Ryan 258, Shelley Larson 271. ALCON REFRIGERATION Bill Billings 321 Lorraine Miller 252, Blair Nicholson 294 Dennis Hurst 260, Betty Palerson 277 Tom Paterson 237, Chick Hill 228. CFCN CLASSIC TRIPLES Darwin Romanchuk 358 Sam Girardi 339. Ethel Skinner 311 Smeed 357, Fred Milner 301 Les Dyke 313 Bob Coslanzo 343 Diane Vlollni 344 Hugh Christie 367 Ken Malcomson 361 Ken Larson 325. Norm Tolley 340 Sieve 'Pedersen 316. Roy Cun- ningham 329 Jack Smeed 305 CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Diane Decaire 283 Liz Robertson 273, Bev Kieselbach 276, Rose Cropley 301 Connie Marshalsey 245, Verne Volden 261 Shirley Herllein 282 Marilyn Saunders 245. Sheila Schikowsky 283 Liz Higa 243 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 225, Tom Smith 260. Will Ness 233, Harry Holub 253. Ed Linn 250, Phyllis Patching 225, Grace Madill 224, Jim Arthur 239. Francis Bambrick 224, Roy LaValley 246. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDYDIITRICH Certified Denial Mechanic 303 5lh Street South Metcalf Building PHONE 338-7884 The "Right" kind of lines to meet all your needs! Engine Rebuilding Cylinder Boring and Resleeving Crankshaft Regrinding WISCONSIN ENGINE SALES SERVICE CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605 3rd AVI. 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