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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, January 18, 1975 Book your European Charter Now For all your Iravtl contact Art Williams Travel Mall Phon. 328-3201 -The Herald- Sports Seven straight for LCC club Cougars fall prey to Kodiaks By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Mount Royal Cougar coach Jack Kenyon said it all. "They simply blew us off the court." He was referring to his team's 100-51 shellacking that they suffered at the hands of the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks at the LCC gym Friday night. Kenyon's club came into Lethbridge sporting an un- blemished 5-0 record in league play, and while he expected his charges would have to bat- tle to stay with the Kodiaks, he did think they had a chance at beating them. "If we can force them to make mistakes and then take advantage of those errors we could take this he said prior to the start. "I knew they would be tough, but they really hurt us. Their rebounding was superb, there was no 'way our boys could cope with Kenyon stated after the game. One of the main reasons behind the Kodiaks one sided win, besides pulling in 56 rebounds as a team, was the outstanding play of Glen Schuler. "Shoe" pulled in 11 rebounds and his 19 points was tops for the club. He was also responsible for four steals. "He was .LCC coach Ben Brooks stated. "When you consider he was just coming of the flu you must really appreciate the ef- fort he put in. He was follow- ing through on every fast break and playing strong defence." The win moves the Kodiak record in league play to seven wins without a loss. Prior to the Kodiak's big victory, the Kodiettes won their sixth game of the year against one defeat, as they defeated Mount Royal Kittens 52-48. Jan Paton was the gal who put the icing on the cake for the Kodiettes when she sank two free throws with only seven seconds left in the contest to put the game out of the Kitten's reach. The Kittens, trailing 50-48, with less than a minute left, had their chances to knot the game but missed two consecutive shots from the floor. The Kittens had to com- mit a foul on Paton in order to get the ball back. But the strategy failed and the Kodiettes ended with a four point cushion instead of two. Val Charteris was the top scorer for the Kodiettes with 10 points while Shirley Yuill and Doreen Gurney were next in line with nine apiece. Gurney led the rebounders with four. The Kodiettes held a narrow two point lead at the half, 24- 22. Foul shooting played an im- portant part in the game as Minor hockey week busy for 950 boys in Lethbridge Minor Hockey Week, today through to Saturday, Jan. 25, will be celebrated in Lethbridge with a special schedule of hockey games involving all 57 of the teams involved in the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association. The games will be played at Adams Ice Centre, the Civic Ice Centre and the Henderson Ice Centre. Over 950 boys are registered in the Minor Hockey Association which is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Lethbridge. Leo Harrold, current president of the Lethbridge Association, heads an ex- ecutive committee of 18 persons, all volunteers. There are over 100 coaches and managers involved in the operation as well. The age categories of Minor Hockey are Pee Wee, 10-11 years; Bantam B and Ban-. tarn A, 12-14 years; Midget, 14-16 years; and Juvenile over 16. There are 15 Pee Wee teams, 17 Bantam B teams, nine Bantam A teams, nine Midget teams and seven "Rep" teams in the program. Two featured games during the Minor Hockey Week in the city will be the annual struggle between the Lethbridge news media team and the Minor Hockey ex- ecutive. The annual "Smockey" game takes place Tuesday at p.m. at the Adams Ice Centre. The second featured game will have a Pee Wee All-Star team playing against their mothers. This laugh filled event will take place Friday at in the Civic Ice Centre. A special windup to the week long ac- tivities will be the annual Kinsmen Club's Skat-a-thon. The event will be held in the Sportsplex Skating Oval Saturday, Jan. 25 and con- tinues all day long. The week's activities also features special door prizes at all rinks being used for the events. The activities mean a great deal to the boys taking part, but they mean a great deal more if the parents are there to watch the proceedings. Following is a schedule of the week's ac- tivities. It is suggested that you clip this list and keep it as a handy reference. SATURDAV, JAN. 18 At Adams Ice Centre a.m. BB Eagles-Nuggets a.m. BB Aeros-Argos a.m. BB Cougars-Mustangs p.m. BA Maroons-Red Wings p.m. BA Islanders-Maple Leafs p.m. BA Canadians-Saints p.m. BA Jets-BB Blazers p.m. PW Marlands-voyageurs At Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Labor Club Bees-Foresmost p.m. Warriors-High River Juvenile League SUNDAY, JAN. 19 At Henderson Ice Centre p.m. Leth. Elks-Brooks Juvenile League p.m. A.C.T.-Brooks Spud League MONDAY, JAN. 20 At Adamt Ice Centre p.m. PW Vlkings-BB Lions p.m. BB Raiders-Seals p.m. M Lakers-Stampeders p.m. M Labor Club Bees Nationals TUESDAY. JAN. 21 At Adams Ice Centre p.m. PW Totems-Braves p.m. BB Kings-Ramblers p.m. L.M.H.A. Executive and Coaches vs Leth. News Media Smockey Game p.m. M North Stars-Tlcats WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22 At Civic Ice Centre p.m. PW D.Q. Jets-Falcons p.m. Exhib. Midget Colts-A.C.T. Ban- tam Reps p.m. Exhlb. Midget Elks-Juvenile Warriors THURSDAY, JAN. 23 At Adami Ice Centre p.m. PW Flames-Bisons p.m. BB Blazers-Blades p.m. BA Red .Wings-Oilers p.m. M Toros-Eskimos FRIDAY, JAN. 24 At Adams lea Centre p.m. BB Lions-Eagles a.m. BB Rangers-Monarchs a.m. BB Bruins-Hornets p.m. BB Blades-Rural Team p.m. BA Jets-Maple Leats p.m. BA Maroons-Black Hawks p.m. BA Islanders-Canadians p.m. A.C.T.-Vauxhall Spud League At Civic Ice Centra p.m. PW Canucks-Sabres p.m. PW Flyers-Blues p.m. Pee Wee Mothers vs Sons p.m. M Royals-Comets SATURDAY, JAN. 25 At Civic Ice Cantra p.m. PW Bears-Pintos p.m. PW Penguins-Centennials p.m. PW Vlkings-Cardston At Hendarton Ice Centre p.m. Labor Club Bees-Med. Hat Kinsmen p.m. Midget Elks-Vauxhall Juvenile League PW Pee Wee BB Bantam B BA Bantam A M Midget THE OSHFlAlfl CONNECTION is here! Alberta boxing eliminations set for LCI tonight at seven The Lethbridge Collegiate gymnasium will be the scene of amateur boxing action tonight at seven as the best amateur boxers in Alberta competed for the right to represent this province on the Canada Winter Games team. Among those looking for a berth on the team will be Bruce Anderson of Rocky Mountain House, Andy Stump The "Right" kind of lines to meet all your needs! Enjine rebuilding Cylinder Borini mil RnlMving CrankshiH WISCONSIN ENGINE SALES ft SERVICE CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 16Q53riAn.SHtk PhMt 3214111 of the Blood Indian Reserve, and Conrad and Norman Sincennes of the Lethbridge Boxing Club. The Canada Winter Games Boxing Committee is using the card as a training ground for the upcoming Games. A sidelight of the card is an officials' clinic that is being held under the direction of International officials Bert Lowes of Vancouver and Al Tumman of Toronto. ALLEN READY ATLANTA (AP) Slugger Dick Allen's "most fervent desire is to be on a pennant- winning team, Atlanta Braves executive vice-president Ed- die Robinson said Friday. the Kodiettes made 14 of 27 attempts, many of those late in the game when the'pressure was on, while the Kittens could only cash in on four of 13. Michele Courauble was the top Kitten, hooping 13 points. Kodiak coach Ben Brooks was extremely pleased with his club's defensive efforts. His club, at the beginning of the second half, outscored the Cougars 28-2 in the first 11 minutes of play. "That is an indication of what we are capable of doing on he said. Brooks echoed Kenyon's praise of the Kodiak board game. "We knew we could control the boards, we have the men to do it. We took away their inside and forced them to shoot the long ones." Dave Preus was the leading rebounder for the Kodiaks as the big Tennessee native pull- ed down 14. He also rammed home 15 points. Greg Hess, who hit on a number of 20 footers, added 17 points to the Kodiak cause. Kendon Eakett played another outstanding game for the homestanding Kodiaks, firing 14 points and assisting on seven. "Kendon sets the mood of our club. He's an aggressive player and he's not to be Brooks said and also added that John Jasiukiewicz was a strong man in the Kodiak attack. Jasiukiewicz, who is always hustling while on the court, got into foul difficulties early in the game, but still managed to add 10 points to the total ans assist on four others. The Cougar cause was hampered in the first two minutes of play when starting guard Doug Smith came down hard on a rebound attempt and severely sprained his left ankle. Tow men, Kelly O'Brady and Darryl Turko, hooped 13 points apiece for the Cougars while the next highest scorer was Joe McLaughlin with eight. REBOUNDS The Kodiaks hit for 46% from the floor and made 16 of 24 foul shots Cougars' big gun Stu Bauck was held to only five points by the tough Kodiak defence one fan figured out that if John Jasiukiewicz continued to get fouls at the rate he was in the first 10 minutes he'd have 12 by the end of the game Shelley Reeder fouled out of the Kodiettes game the Cardston gal still managed to add six points to the Kodiette cause despite leaving 11 minutes early coach Ben Brooks substituted freely throughout the game Cur- tis Travis and Wayne Anderson played strong games as well for the winners and were the authors of some pin point passing at times... Travis hooped seven points while Anderson banged in six. the LCC video tape cameraman also had two points in the game a deflected pass hit his camera and dropped straight through the hoop on one of the side backboards the game was definitely the best that Glen Schuler has played at home this year... the Kodiettes and the Kodiaks both played teams from SAIT this after- noon in league play Paton looks like a fine addition to the Kodiette squad. CURLING BRITISH CONSOLS COMPETITION LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB FrMty, JM. 24-25-26 p.m. p.m. Admission 16 rinks from Red Deer and south will be com- winners will advance to provincial finals which will determine Alberta's entry In the Mac- donald Brier. LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. LOOM Ltw4 PhOM (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES COUGAR'S DAVE FAULKS TRIES THE ONLY DEFENCE POSSIBLE Trail hike planned The Soiathern Alberta Cross Country Ski Club is sponsoring a trail kike this Sunday. The trek will commence at 11 a.m. from the Syncline Group Camp, half a mile west of the Castle River Ranger Station. The station is 23 miles west of Pincher Creek. The tour will be led by George Gemer and non members are welcome. Those irequiring more infor- mation may phone George at 328-5696. ACT wins 12-4 Four players, Lyle Rajala, Jack Taylor, Ross McKenzie and Sucharski, scored two goals apiece as AGT romped to a 124 win over Hamilton Floors in Industrial Hockey League play Thursday night. Doug Rolfe, Roy Vaykovich, Myron Ell and Rick Renouf scored the other four AGT goals. Warren Wagner scored twice for Hamilton as did Cliff Bloch. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F Phlla. Rangers Atlanta Islanders Vancouvei Chicago St. Louis Minnesota 28 10 6 155 22 12 9 183 20 16 9 128 17 16 11 14 Smythe Division 22 18 5 153 20 19 4 147 17 20 7 141 20 18 0 62 Kansas City 8 30 4 106 Morris Division Montreal 25 6 13 201 Los Ang. 25 7 12 143 Pittsburgh 16 17 9 171 Detroit 11 23 7 119 Washington 3 37 5 91 Adamt Division Buffalo 28 9 7 191 Boston..... 24 12 7 202 Toronto 16 20 7 149 California... 11 27 9 124 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon Lethbridge Regina Brandon.. Flin Flon A Pis. 96 62 138 53 122 49 .123 45 144 49 128 44 154 41 134 40 186 20 120 63 90 62 160 41 161 29 240 11 136 63 132 55 164 39 185 31 Victoria Med. Hat Kamloops New West.. Edmonton Calgary Western Division 30 10 4 267 161 64 25 12 3 215 145 53 23 13 4 194 156 50 20 13 9 197 167 49 17 17 5 180 171 39 .7 28 7 149 232 21 23 11 7 207 20 18 2 180 18 23 3 167 16 23 6 180 11 26 6 154 Winnipeg 10 26 8 153 A Pts. 146 53 179 42 183 39 218 38 247 28 238 28 HOCKEY SCORES National NY Rangers 4 California 4 Atlanta 5 Los Angeles 0 Buffalo 4 Vancouver 2 World Edmonton 7 Phoenix 1 New England 2 Toronto i Western Canada Medicine Hat 6 Winnipeg 3 Victoria 5 Edmonton 4 New Westminster 4 Regina 4 Calgary 5 Lethbridge 3 Saskatoon 4 Kamloops 1 B.C. Junior Langley 9 Nanaimo 3 Kelowna 13 Vernon 6 Chiliiwack 3 Bellingham 1 Western International Cranbrook 2 Nelson 2 Trail 6 Portland 4 Saskatchewan Junior Swift Current 4 Weyburn 2 Prince Albert 4 Melville 2 Moose Jaw 6 Notre Dame 4 Warriors, Elks both in action Bcilh the Lethbridge Waniors and the Elks will wee action over the weeikend in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League play. 'Warriors will take on High River at the Henderson Arena at tonight while the Elks will be travelling to T'aber for an gamt! at the Community Centre. Sunday the Elks will be at home to Brooks with game time 2 p.m. at the Henderson Arena. Justgef a hold of otirnew The tire experts with the low prices. ELRItlU TIRES LTD. 402 1st 327 6886 or 327-4445 ;