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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Tuetday, January 21, 1975 Book your European Charter Now to LoM'H-AMliriM-Fniktin For all your travtl arrangamania contact Art Williams Travel Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Herald" Sports Brawls interrupt contest between Victoria, Winnipeg By THE CANADIAN PRESS Victoria Cougars continued their winning ways Monday night with a 10-3 victory over Winnipeg Clubs in a Western Canada Hockey League game marred by brawls in the last two periods. New Westminster Bruins and Flin Flon Bombers tied 3- 3 in the only other game. There were only five minor penalties at Flin Flon. But there was blood on the ice at Winnipeg as referee Joe Cassidy of Calgary handed out 42 penalties and ejected four players from each team for fighting. The Clubs also lost three players to injuries. Victoria outshot Winnipeg 47-29 and had period leads of 5- 1 and 7-3 en route to the vic- tory, which widened its Western Division lead to 13 points. NEW WEST 3 FLIN FLON 3 First period: 1. New Westminster. Chlpplngdale (Smith. Pachal) 2. Flin Flon, Dorman (Williams, Kunlz) Penalties Snmyr. NW Cameron NW Shamhorn NW Reader FF Second period: 3. Flin Flon. Williams (Dorman, Kuntz) 4. New Westminster, Berry (Lofthouse, McNelce) 5. Flin Flon, Gossalln {Fleming, McDill) Penalties Watson FF Third period: 6. New Westminster Maxwell (Berry, Sleep) Penalties None. Shots on goal by New Westminster 10 12 Flin Flon 9 11 Goal Laxlon, New Westminster; Swanson, Ftin Flon. VICTORIA 10 WINNIPEG 3 First Period: 1. Victoria, Sanderson (Roberts, Clackson) 2. Victoria, Morris (Bridgman, Roberts) 3. Victoria, Gloeskner (Hill, Bowles) 4. Victoria, Cairns (Gustafson. 5. Victoria, Lucas (Morris. Gustalson) 6. Win- nipeg, Lash (Girardin. Eakin} Penalties Morris V Gustaf- son. V Second Period: 7. Winnipeg, Hudson (McCarthy) 8. Win- nipeg. Sutton (McCarthy, Hansford) Victoria. Lucas (Clackson, Mar- tin) 10. Victoria, Morris (Bridgman. Clackson) Penalties Rollins W (major) Bridgman V (major) Pion W (double major, game Hansford W Martin V (dou- ble Sanderson V (major, game Lapointe V (ma- jor) Lapointe V Rollins W, Clackson V (majors) Third Period: 11. Victoria, Gloeskner (Cairns, Gustafson) 12. Victoria. Miazga (Morris) 13. Victoria. Cairns (Hill, Bowles) Penalties Roberts V Rollins W (double major, game mis- Clackson V (minor, double major, misconduct, game miscon- Birdgman V (game miscon- Fraser V (game Leslie V Samis W (game mis- Sutton W (minor, game Banrierrhan W Plouffe W, Peter V (majors) Morris V Eakin W Roberts V (minor, major) Williams V (double Skinner W (major) Shots on goal by: Victoria 15 15 17 Winnipeg 7 12 10 29 Goal Leslie, Victoria; Molleken, Bannerman, Winnipeg. Attendance 847. KEN STABLER LOSES THE BALL OFF HIS FINGER TIPS Harris bailed out NFC DAVIS, HENDERSON FRONT; MCQUARRIE, GILLIES, BACK McQuarrie meets Beaton Davis advances Lyle Davis will have the home ice advantage this weekend as he represents this zone in the Southern Alberta men's playdown. Davis, with rinkmates Scott Henderson at third, Jim McQuarrie at second and lead Steve Gillies sidelined a stubborn Dan Brown in the A-B final Monday evening at the Lethbridge Curling Club. What had started out as a 15-rink playdown last Friday boil- ed down to a two rink battle that started Saturday night. Brown, with his rink of third Rick Overn, second Brian MacDonald and lead John Lebeau, won the A section with a narrow, last rock shot in the 13th end Saturday night. "We still have to Win one said Brown Saturday. But it wasn't to be. Davis put it all together Sunday night forcing a one game battle Monday which he wdn. Monday night, Davis was in the driver's seat as Brown tried to pull victory out of the fire. Davis was one up coming home but the key was the fact that he had last rock. The Southern Alberta men's finals get under way Friday with draws at .two and seven and will continue on through the weekend. In senior women's play in Red Deer Lethbridge's Kay Redding was 1-1. She lost 9-6 to Phil Crist of Calgary after downing Irish Foord of Red Deer 13-2. Doris Falconer of Fort Macleod won twice. She bested Rose Tallman of Taber 13-6 and Dorothy Sheilds of Medicine Hat 11-10. Sheilds is the defending champion. In Drumheller, defending, champion Polly Beaton of Medicine Hat defeated Joan Lewis of Calgary Monday at the (opening day of the Southern Alberta Women's Curling Cham- pionships here. In other games, Eileen Reach of Fort Macleod defeated Shirley Peatfield of Banff, Myrna McQuarrie of Lethbridge won over Myra Cocks of Airdrie and Pat Hawkins of Calgary defeated Joan Micks of Oyen. Arthema Fleming of Calgary won over Wendy Greier of Irricana and Ann Wiebe of Rolling Hills defeated Ev Patterson of Okotoks. Three draws were planned for Tuesday and Wednesday, with the final Thursday morning. A playoff, if necessary, would be played Thursday afternoon. In zone 13 Tuesday, June Scott of Red Deer meets zone 15 representative Joan Hart of Calgary. In zone five, Sharon Grigg of Medicine Hat meets zone ll's Jeannie Richardston. In other games in the A section, Eileen Reach meets Ann Wiebe, Flem- ing meets Pat Hawkins and McQuarrie confronts the Beaton rink. Meanwhile, Roy Talbot of Red Deer advanced to the Southern Alberta curling finals as he defeated Don Longmore 11-10 in the zone 15 competition 'Monday night. The defending champion placed a perfect rock on the button to take the A-B final after Longmore had stolen a single in the llth to tie the game. Hockey boys are guests of Broncos When Lethbridge Broncos meet Kamloops Chiefs Wednesday evening the rafters of the Sportsplex should get a big boost. Bill Burton, general manager of the Bron- cos, said today that all boys taking part in Minor Hockey Week this week would be ad- mitted free of charge to the Broncos' Western Canada Hockey League game. "With this being Minor Hockey Week we thought the boys might enjoy a game on said Burton. "We ask that each boy wear his team sweater, that will be his ticket." Burton also asks that the boys try and sit in sections A and B or R and S and sit together as teams. Prior to Wednesday's game the Bantam B Raiders and Hornets will play at MIAMI (AP) It was restoration of tarnished pride for the abused National Foot- ball Conference all-stars, but it was a personal triumph for James Harris, the black quarterback castoff who some said would never be able to cut it. "I wasn't trying to prove the 6-foot-4, 215- pound signal-caller for Los Angeles Rams said, reflecting on the NFC's 17-10 victory over the American Conference in the Pro Bowl game Monday night. "I just prayed I would play my best. I knew if I could play my best, with the best guys in the league supporting me, we were capable of doing the job." Harris, a late replacement on the NFC squad for. Minnesota's sore-armed Fran Tarkenton, was voted the most valuable player after taking over late in the second quarter for the injured Jim Hart of St. Louis Cardinals and passing for two quick fourth-quarter touchdowns that won the game. The first, an eight-yard throw to Mel Gray of the Car- dinals, was set up by a 57-yard bomb to Gray. The other, just minutes later following a fumble by Pittsburgh's Franco Harris, was another eighty-yarder to Charley Taylor of Washington Redskins. Both scoring passes came on third-down plays. The AFC built a 10-3 lead in the third quarter on a 32-yard pass from Miami's Bob Griese to Dolphin team-mate Paul Warfield and Roy Gerela's 33-yard field goal. Green Bay's Chester Marcol kicked a 33-yard field goal for the NFC in the second quarter. Harris is not prone to boast- fulness, often speaking so low it is difficult to understand him. Yet he is not one to down-grade his own passing ability or to lightly pass over his problems in getting a starting position with a National Football League team. Warriors triumph in three outings The Lethbridge Warriors scored two wins Friday and Saturday in Southern Alberta Juvenile League play! Saturday they dumped the High River Imperials 10 2 and Friday they blanked Vulcan Juveniles 11 0. The scorers in Saturday's game for the Warriors were Ron Moser with two and Rod Olshaski, Richard Shardlow, Bill Zarooben, Vic Stasiuk Jr., Ken Bond, Dale Yakiwchuk, Dave Jackson and Bob Quinnell with one goal apiece. Dave Churchill and Jim Harde scored for High River. Dave Jackson scored three times for the Warriors Friday and Richard Shardlow and Bob Quinnell added two apiece. Bill Zarooben, Ron Moser and Bob Miles added singletons. Meanwhile Sunday the Warriors chalked up an ex- hibition win as they belted Medicine Hat Wheelers 10 6. Yakiwchuk fired home three goals Sunday while Jackson and Michel Dumont added two. Singles went to Moser, Bond, and Shardlow. Ken Voua and Larry Larson had two goals each for the Wheelers while Don Lawrence and Merle Kurpjuivert managed singles. Lethbridge Midget Elks defeated Taber Juveniles 5-3 in Southern Alberta Juvenile League play Saturday.' Jerry Lypka scored twice for the winners while single goals went to Rocky Magee, Murray Auld and Greg Max- well. Ken Kurio scored two for the losers and Randy Sparks had one. Brooks dropped the Midget Elks 5 4 in a league game Sunday. Nolan Garisman scored two for the winners while solo ef- forts went to Kelly Wallace, Blair Pritchard and Byron Smith. Jerry Lypka, Earl Ingarfield Leroy Pavan and Dave Snopek scored for the Elks. Roundup of bowling scores LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lomr Lmd 7Nl ItfMt thnit.lng Hall PhOM (403) 32f-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES "I got so disgusted at one stage I thought I would just toss it he said. "I felt that people thought a black quarterback could never make the grade. I really got the impression there was something racist in my early failures to make the grade." Harris joined Buffalo Bills in 1969 and was cut in 1972, joining the Rams' taxi squad. Can Olympics go as scheduled? MONTREAL (CP) The Canadian Olympic Associa- tion (COA) has recommended that the organizing com- mittee (COJO) for the 1976 Summer Olympics make a decision by Feb. 15 as to whether the Games will be held as scheduled in Montreal. The COA, the Canadian arm of the International Olympic Committee, said in a letter to COJO that should it be deemed impossible to hold the 1976 Olympics on schedule, then the International Olympic Committee (IOC) should be advised that an alternative solution will be necessary. The letter, dated Jan. 15 with copies to Montreal Mayor Jean Drapeau as well as representatives of the provincial and federal governments, comes amid specula- tion as to the Games fate because of construction problems. Some iron workers, on strike since Nov. tied up construction on provincial work sites including the east-end camp of the 1976 Games, causing officials to speculate as to whether Olympic facilities, such as the main stadium, can be finished by July 15, 1976. Although the iron workers returned to their jobs Mon- day following a provincially imposed wage settlement to their salary demands, Mayor Drapeau and organizing committee officials are to appear Tuesday before a com- mittee of the Quebec national assembly to answer questions concerning the project. The letter says in part: "We would, as no doubt would COJO, regard it as a national catastrophe if COJO were unable to honor its commitment to stage the 1976 Olympic Games in accor- dance with its undertakings. "If the undertakings can be complied with, we pledge our entire support to you and your efforts... If, however, they cannot be honored, a decision, difficult as it may be, must be made within the next 30 days to advise the IOC that some alternative solution will be necessary in order for the 1976 Olympic Games to be held. "We do not encourage such a decision, nor would we welcome it, but your ultimate responsibility to the Olym- pic responsibility to the Olympic movement requires your best judgment as to whether it will be possible to do what has to be done." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Before You Lease Look Into the Scope, size and services of Beny's LEASING. With our exper- ience, organization and we can tailor leasing arrangements to fit EVERY need for maximum service at minimum cost. For tact. M em wtd larto KcnthMfcm, LMdng top. M- BENY CHEVROLET OLD8MOBILE LEASING AND INSURANCE DIVISION Corner 2nd I. lllhtildn. Ate. PHONE 321-1101 CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Retta Lazaruk 247, Leta Konynenbelt 242, Bev Saralenchon 260, Marie McLaughlin 243, Maureen Ferguson 299 Judy Lawson 276, Eileen Mateotti 269, Karen LaRonde 248, Dorrie Asplund 248 Dianne Parascak 271, LaVerne Schow 280 SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Doris Wichers 248. Anna Brown 223, Lenore Fletcher 293, Pat Hooper 222, Voldene Dewar 227, Jane Smyke 265 Nellie Conrad 219, Heather Barnes 210, Heather Barnes 210, Anne Serbu 221. Dot Sorenson 293 SENIOR CITIZENS Ed Linn 254, Agnes Black 246, Will Ness 266 Bert Dow 229. Stan Fraser 236, Leora Ness 212, Henry Bechthold 262. THURSDAY NIGHT MIXED Gayle storyack 217, Norm Qyulai 258, Ken Mack 263, Tom Snow 266, Earl Doucette 244, Louis Lirette 227. Kathy Pirk 308, Don Crabb 249, Fred Leslie 213, George Matched 284. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Qord Deibert 255 Herman Woelders 243 Gerry Mann 228 Marg Steel 228. Janette Oragland 289, Hardy Umeris 284 Randi Richardson 252 Morley Richardson 323 Bill Bonhage 228 Ina Harris 250 Bob Moss 336 YOUNG ADULTS Leslie Klllins 263. Bill Todd 241. Merylen Bunnage 252 Cherye Obermeyer 273 John Wildman 252 Garry Lohufs 299 Kalle Pedrini 247, Cindy Pedrlnl 258, Brenda Coutts 245, Nadlne Kovacs 251. PIONEER LEAGUE Burga Fettlg 210, Helma Skundberg 226, Adam Fettig 219, Qunnar Holte 213. Will Ness 207. Henry Bechthold 221, Stan Fraser 215, Elmer Morrison 208. MORNING COFFEE Nellie Conrad 241. Betty Zsovan 247. Ethel Harvie 243. Shirley Stertz 287, Adrienne McKeever 263 Rose Cropley 241, Marie Gereneser 259, Judy Neal 244, Marg Legge 277 Jan Crabb 243. ONE HOUR MARTINIZING Shirley Bludoff 249, Pal LeClaire 252 Isabelle Bergman 258. Mary Nicdlson 269 Mary Mihalik 248 Masa Goshinmon 276. Carolyn Wilde 300, Ollie Turner 274 Ann Aitehison 244, judy- Horlacher 295 GREEN'S SHOES Frapl< Tuttle 294 J. Areshe'nko 274 Manny Aviles 275 Tom Baker 290 Cec Beaudry 278 Bill Koskosky 311 Earl Johnson 292, Darrell Lagler 312 John Rempel 331 Rick Barva 302. Eleanor Dorlgatti 265 Carol Pankotay 262, Debl Lagler 253, Marlon Tolley 263. Vito DePinlo 276. J.C.C.A. Jiro Miyagawa 260 Marty Shlgehlro 250, Jim Miyauchi 272, Roy Kamitomo 266, Betty.Tomiyama 270, Lindsay Hamabata 265, Shinob Tanaka 271, Masa Goshinmon 233, Harumi Fujita 215. Dale Fujita 233. HOLIDAY BOWL CHEC GOLDEN AGE Charles Ober 251, Harry Chapman 261. Fred Smeed 231, Mary Ward 263, Harry Long 248. Bob Linderman 241. Nick Bianchi 307 Frank Bcrnhart 224. Silm Berry 229. Louise Ober 223. All Bell 227, Minnie Petrie 231, Dave Petrie 229, Ben Evenson 227, Marie Arthur 211. C.J.O.C. Kay Davison 288 Donnis Foder 304. Reg Arnold 358 Frank Bernhart 323 Alan Richards 269, Eleanor Fenton 298 Kathy McGinty 260. Jim Wright 269, Marg Michalenko 270, Stan KOSOlOfSki 254. CFCN TRIPLES Linda Malcomson 303 John Wildman 388 Hoy Cun- ningham 325 Jean Passey 299 Sam Girardi 343 Jeanelte Smeed 291 Jack Smeed 361 Dave Smeed 322 Steve Pedersen 353 Ken Kurtz 325 ALPINE DRYWALLING Carol Hall 299 Bunny Anderson 288 Marie Barnelt 343 Mary Rath 278 Barb Jarvie 247, Ruby Oseen 259 Karen Holm 247, Marian Tinsley 241. Melody Bobinec 240, Jen Hegi 258 Erma McGuire 279 CIVIL SERVICE Blair Nicholson (306) Dale Corbetl 244 Linda Beesley 260, Bernice Stewart 242 Mike Prokop 243. John Erlckson 234. Alice Kolibas 265. Bill Farrell 248, Bryon Hirsche 276 Lyle Smyke 323 Ernie Frache 247. CPR LEAGUE Shirley Alexander 252 Cleas Schweilzer 271 John Morris 298 Rollle Howes 283 Dick Wheeler 326. Von Tennant 307 Janice Johnson 224, Ella Anderson 227, Jean Malchett 231, Marg Morris 210. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Renee Ives 150, Sherry Kolibas 156. Shauna Noss 153, Dianne Vaselenak 149, Donna Turner 163, Trina Johnson 129, Laura Peterson 134, Barbie Costanzo 125, Connie Blackeley 143, Mary Lou Donalo 159. Y.B.C. BANTAM Victor Hrycyk 191, Kirby Nlshlkawa 180, Rayhiond Brown 179, Brian Kolibas 187, Randy Tremel 147, Allen Stewart 148, Willie Macomson 131, DarCy Flexhaug 174, Warren Ives 135. Ian McMurray 151. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Floyd Moncrielf 227, Patrick Doyle 225. Billy Doyle 245, Terry Hamilton 205. HOLIDAY VILLAGE Sandra Hunt 323 Mary Herkers 266, Alice Gier 252, Velma Millar 286 Bernice Hay 241. Irene Lynde 248, Marg Osborne 247, Dena Smith 262 Maria Jokuty 260 Mel Finnerty 259. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Flora Cpnato 334, Tom Smart 233. Debbie Barton 232, Maxine Morton 255. Doug Allan 279, Enzo Zanoni 229, Brian Dangus 225, Lynne Mad- dlson 225, Linda Brooks 225, Ivan Wills 223. ALCON REFRIGERATION Bill Billings 299 Roy Cun- ningham 251, Ethel Skinner 275 Karen Marthiensen 247, Dick Marthiensen 233, Betty Paterson 218, Joanne McTighe 213. Dennis Hurst' 242, Hogan Sinclair 225, Gloria Bell 225, Brent Chambers 255. WILSON JUNIOR HIGH Terry Hamilton 277, Bill Todd 303, Janice Sanford 182. Joanne Schreider 185, John Gardin 191. V.A.S.A. LODGE Bea Hanson 256, Gunner Holte 289, HJalmar Nelson 245, Hilda Bianchi 223, Arvld Oseen 223, Ruby Oseen 253 Carol Park 240, Dol- ly Belle 232, Nellie Berry 217, Bob Hanson 216. EAGLES Joe Slllett 246, Cyril Barnett 268 John Rosenfelt 238, Bert Baker 230, Marion Najda 256, Bob Ward 242, Mary Ward 240, Kathy Ludwig 227. Marie Barnett 229. Helen Weels 266 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T T A Pis Sask 24 11 7 215 148 55 Leth 2018 218017942 Regina 19 23 3 172 187 41 Brandon 1624 6 163 223 38 Flin Flon ....11 27 7 160 254 29 Winnipeg ___ 10 27 8 156 248 28 Western Division Victoria 32 10 4 281 167 68 Med. Hat.... 26 12 3 220 148 55 Kamloops ...23 14 4 198 161 50 New Westminister. 20 14 10 202 178 50 EBmonton ...18 17 5 191 172 41 Calgary 7 29 7 150 243 JUNIOR LEAGUE G W L T F A Pts Spruce Gr 42 30 12 0 264 167 60 Drum 38 27 11 0 207 164 54 Calgary 39 22 17 0 241 198 44 Taber 42 21 21 0 259 222 42 Red Deer 41 19 21 1 178 196 39 The Pass 40 1 38 1 116 318 3 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A Pts Quebec 28 15 0 183 137 56 Toronto 23 18 2 181 159 48 Edmonton ...20 15 2 132 120 42 Winnipeg ....18 17 2 148 124 38 Vancouver... 18 20 2 124 128 38 Eastern SCORING Bridgman. Vic Murdoch. 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