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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter Big guns boomed At Holiday Bowl, Carol Hall and Kred Thomas earned bowler of the week honors with their top efforts of the .season Carol hit for 299 and an 812 triple in Alpine Drywal! to exceed her 191 average by 239 pins Fred headed the men with a sizzling performance in Commercial Men, reeling off a 351 and a 915 triple, 240 pins over his highly respectable average of 225 the big guns boomed In other men's league play, Frank Bernhart had 291 in Monday Golden Age and Darwin Romanchuk 325 in Young Adults Ed Peter- son's 303 and 765 triples by Shinob Tanaka and Robin Wheeldon led Knights of Columbus with Bill Todd's 303 tops in Wilson Junior High... Nick Bianchi's 307 and 732 led CHEC Golden Age with Reg Arnold starring in CJOC with 358 and a big 920, Frank Bernhart adding 323 and 825.. other leaders were Blair t In women's action, Ruby Oseen's 747 triple led Monday Golden Age with Wilma Valer's 291 tops in Knights of Columbus, Elaine Viergutz with 707 and Mary Wishnevski 713 posting high triples Jean Passey had a 710 in Dairy Queen and Karlyn Spitzer 711 in Bendix She also led Speedys with a 779 while in Holiday Village Sandra Hunt rolled 323 and 724 and Velma Miller 718 Flora Donate was the star in At Capri Bowl, Bob Noss was the man's bowler of the week with 336 and 811 in Bankers, a whopping 307 pins over his average honorable mention to Bill Koskoski with an 883 triple in Green's Shoes and Will Ness who was 201 pins over his average in Thursday Senior Citizens Joyce Bach took the women's bowler of the week with 288 and pins over her average in Doug's Maureen Ferguson was right behind by going 205 pins over her average in Higa's In YBC play, Friday School junior leaders were Merylen 4 In women's league play, Cherye Obermeyer led Young Adults with 273 and 729, with Alta Clarke's 333 tops in Higa's other leaders included Jen Hegi with a 774 triple in Imperial Fashions, Cherye Obermeyer 752 in Canbra Foods, Marg Legge 774 in Wednesday Coffee, Carolyn Wilde 300 and Judy Horlacher 295 and 712 in Mar- In men's play, Murray Vickers was the Shining star in Winston Churchill with 319 and 862 with Jiro Miyagawa's 716 triple high in JCCA In Green's, Bill Koskoski had 311 and 883, John Rempel 331 and 826 and Darrell Lagler 312 and 762 with George Matchett's 284 topping Thursday Mixed.. Morley Richardson had 323 and 732 in Bankers, and in ACT John Robertson posted 306 and 757 and Jerry again in Commercial Men as Darwin Romanchuk clicked for 303 and 808, Steve Pedersen 300 and 801, Les Dyke 333 and 792, Roy Smeed 316 and 752, Jim Higa 314 and 751, Al Smith 319 and 788, Reg Arnold 776, John Wildman 308, Tom Baker a 783 triple, Bill Billings 763, Ab Paskuski 788, Ken King 768, Wimp Nakamura 786 and Tom Hirashima 791. Nicholson with 306 and Lyke Smyke 323 and 743 in Civil Ser- vice. Von Tennant 307 and 732 and Dick Wheeler 326 in CPR, and in CFCN Triples it was John Wildman 388 and for four, Roy Cunningham 325 and Sam Girardi 343 and Jack Smeed 361 and Dave Smeed 322 and Steve Pedersen 353 and Ken Kurtz 325 and Al Smith Fred Milner Les Dyke Rudy Van Ryan and Ken King Automatic Electric with 334 and Ruby Oseen's 702 paced Vasa Lodge High in CJOC were Donnis Foder with 304 and Eleanor Fentori with 298 and 806 Besides Carol Hall's 812 in Alpine, Marie Barnett had 343 and 734, Ruby Oseen 726 and Erma McGuire 764 high in CFCN were Linda Malcomson with 303 and for four, Jean Passey 299, Jeanette Smeed 291 and and Ethel Skinner with Dunnage with 261 and a 412 double, Mike Gerla 258 and 421 and Brian Rossetti 228 and 432, while bantam leaders were Geof Paskuski 238 and Brent Carson 211 and a 421. double In Saturday's play, Jet leaders were David Mann 185 and Sonya Decaire 133, bantam leaders Tom Amatto 242, David Ross 222, Stephen Taylor 215 and Shelly Hovey 238 junior senior leaders were Sandra Hamilton 256 and 602, Cindy Pedrini 256, Brenda Christie 254, David Wilks 282, Greg Krokosh 268 and 673 and Parry McDonald 259 and 682. tinizing, Eleanor Dorigatti 721 in Green's, Maureen Ferguson 299 and 787 in NuMode Homes, Dot Sorenson 293 and 726, Lenore Fletcher 293 and Jane Smyke a 703 tri- ple in Sundquist Construction, Agnes Black 246 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Kathy Pirk 308 in Thursday Mixed, and Janette Dragland 289 in Bankers. i Areshenko a 709 triple Garry Lohuis led Young Adults with 299 and 765 and Morley Richardson's 731 pac- ed Friday Mixed other leaders were Fred Milner 349 and 808 and George Snowdon 295 and 740 in Monday Mixed, Ed Henderson 316 and 821, Ray MacDonald 313 and 808 and Morgan Sparks 300 and 780 in Gordie's, and Norm Gyulai with a 765 triple in Canbra Foods. Murdoch moves ahead of Trottier SASKATOON (CP) Western Canada Hockey League statistics released Monday show that Medicine Hat Tigers and Kamloops Chiefs may have made the trade of the season when Tigers acquired Don Mur- doch, 18, from Kamloops in exchange for Brad Gassoff, 19. Murdoch became the WCHL's first 50-goaI scorer of the season during the past week, hitting the mark with his eighth game winning goal in a victory over Brandon Wheat Kings Saturday. Besides leading the entire WCHL in goals, Murdoch has also moved into second spot in points with 87 11 back of Victoria's Mel Bridgman. Gassoff is in eighth place in the individual scoring derby with 70 points, including 32 goals. He also leads the Chiefs with 179 penalty minutes. Bridgman established a milestone of his own during last week's action, erasing Cougar's club record for points in a single season. Bridgman's total of 98 points surpasses the old team record of 95 points set two seasons ago by Dale Cook and tied last years by Brad Anderson. Bridgman's 57 assists are also a new season high for a Cougar. Lethbridge's Bryan Trottier slipped to third place in scoring with 86 points. His 59 assists lead the league in that category. Bill Oleschuk of Saskatoon Blades increased his edge among WCHL goaltenders who have played more than 000 minutes. Oleschuk lowered his average to 3.18. Tueiday, January 21, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Herman's, Hotel meet on Sunday SHAUGHNESSY ABOUT TO SCORE IN THEIR 5-1 WIN OVER ACE BUILDING ROVERS NHL, WHA All-Star games on tap this evening predicts a lack of hitting MONTREAL (CP) You may be disappointed if you ex- pect to see hard hitting in tonight's 28th annual National Hockey League all-star game. Fred Shero of Philadelphia Flyers, coach of the Clarence Campbell Conference club, said: "You will see a lot of great stickhandling, shooting and passing but you won't see much hitting." Neither Shero nor BepGuid- olin, coaching the Prince of Wales Conference all-stars, would name their starting goaltenders. Shero has Bernie Parent of the Flyers and Gary Smith of Vancouver Canucks while goals on the rise, Esposito leads way with 22 jj_ MONTREAL (CP) Power-play goals account for just under one quarter of all goals scored' in the National Hockey League. But statistics issued by the league Monday show that more than one third of the goals scored by the current top 25 players listed in the in- dividual scoring race were counted with the opposition short handed. The importance of the power play to the leading scorers is shown in the follow- ing figures: leading point men have scored 541 goals, 192 of which were on the power play, or 35.5 per cent. 405 games this season, there were goals and 658, or 24 per cent of tnose, were power play goals. 25 current scoring leaders have scored 19.7 per cent of all the goals, but 29.1 per cent of all the power play goals. LEADING SCORER The league's leading scorer for the last six seasons, including this one, is Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins. The Boston centre has 43 goals among his league leading 87 points and he also leads in power play goals with 22. That is only six shy of the league record he set in 1971-72 when he had 66 goals, 28 of them off the power play. Second in power play goals is a player tied for 24th place in the over-all list left 4NDY CAPP winger Danny Grant of Detroit Red Wings. Grant has scored 13 of his 25 goals while the Wings have held the man advantage. Grant has 46 points, tying him with Don Luce of Buffalo Sabres. Luce, with six goals, currently leads the league in short handed goals scored while his team has been kill- ing a penalty, two short of the record set by Dave Keon of Toronto Maple Leafs in 1970- 71. Tied for third in power play goals are centre Jean Ratelle of New York Rangers, right winger Ken Hodge of Boston and left winger Rick Martin of Buffalo, all with 11 each. Minor hockey Gordon Melnyk, Bill Orr, Kevin Wickersaam, Greg Forrest and Tom Nagy scored a goal apiece as the Seals beat the Raiders 5-4. Perry Odney picked up the hat trick for the Raiders and Mike Ziefell scored their fifth and final goal. The Nationals and the Labor Club Bantam Bees played to a 2-2 deadlock with Darrin Chaki scoring both Labor Club goals. Dave Stevens and Calvin Logan scored for the Nationals. In Bantam B action the Vikings and the Lyons tied 4-4. Frank Popson, Ken Bradley, Sheldon Jesson and Brian Monaghan scored for the Vikings and Jim Huchala, Doug Huchala, Steve Csaki and Billy Cousins scored for the Lyons. The Centennials doubled the score, 4 2, over the Bears in Pee Wee action. Darren Klovansky led the winners with two goals while singles went to Kennon Larue and Tim Keenan. Colin Sturm and Gordon Elliott replied for the Bears. Lethbridge Voyageurs came up with two impressive Pee Wee victories over the weekend. Blair Spence and Tony Pon- tarollo scored twice each as they Voyageurs trimmed the Marlands 7-1. Mark Dumont, Rod Tomita, and Greg Horon chipped in with singles. Rick Gal scored the lone Mar land marker. Horon stole the show against Pincher Creek as the Voyageurs won 13 0, allowing the Pincher Creek team just nine shots on goal. Pontarollo and Tomita fired in two goals apiece for the winners with single markers coming off the sticks of John McFadden, Allen Norlin, Robert Brown, Dumont and Spenee. Guidolin has Rogatien Vachon of Los Angeles Kings and Ken Dryden of Montreal. Shero said Bobby Clarke of the Flyers will centre a line with team-mate Bill Barber oh left wing and former team- mate Simon Nolet, now of Kansas City Scouts, on the right side. Garry Unger of St. Louis Blues will be between Jim Pappin of Chicago Black Hawks and Steve Vickers of New York Rangers while Chicago's Stan Mikita will centre the third line of left winger Eddie Westfall of New York Islanders and right winger Rod Gilbert of the Rangers. Shero also has sophomore centre Tom Lysiak of Atlanta Flames on a line with team- mate Curt Bennett and Dennis Hextall of Minnesota North Stars. Philadelphia's Jimmy Watson and Ed Van Impe form one defensive pair with Tracy Pratt of Vancouver Canucks and Chicago's Doug Jarrett on another. Denis Potvin of the Islanders and Brad Park of the Rangers will be the other defensive duo and Shero said he probably will use them on the points during power plays. Meanwhile at least one sur- prise developed Monday night in the make-up of the eastern team in the World Hockey Association all-star game tonight. Eastern coach Ron Ryan said Al Smith, goaltender for his New England Whalers, likely won't be in the nets for the sold-out game in the new Edmonton Coliseum. Ryan said Smith doesn't think he's having as good a year as he should, and doesn't think he deserves to be here for the third annual all-star contest which will not be seen on national television. Whalers coach said he will start Gerry Cheevers of Cleveland Crusaders and then put in Andy Brown of In- dianapolis Racers for the final 30 minutes. The stage has been set in Lethbridge and District Broomball League action for a battle of the titans Sunday at p.m. That's when Lethbridge Hotel and Herman's Upholstery meet head on. The winner of that game will quite likely go on to win the league championship. The Hotel won again last Sunday when they defeated the Miner's Library 5-1 behind the two goal performances of Gus Fomradas and Roger McAdam. McAdam and Fomradas are knotted with 31 points apiece atop the scoring race, well ahead of their nearest opposition. Alvin Tietz scored the fifth goal for the winners while Bob Blair scored the lone Library goal. Once again Vic Willms chalked up a shutout, his 10th of the season, as Herman's upended the Eagles 2-0. Willms has only allowed three goals in 13 games. Ron Teshima and Guenther Duda scored for Herman's. Next week's battle should be a dandy. While Herman's have only allowed three goals they have only scored 24, com- pared to 67 for the powerhouse Hotel crew. J and L Roofing blanked the City Hall Gangsters 4-0 behind the perfect goaltending of Brian Kritsjanson. Bill Howes, Bill MeHefont, Butch Lee and Ted Pecth scored for the Roofers. Shaughnessy got three goals from Tony Wolak and one apiece from Mel Hudson and Rudy Fleischhauer to defeat Ace Building 5-1. Gary Jellum scored the lone goal for the losers. Bob Olshaski scored the only goal of the game as the Knight Clubbers defeated Southern Signs 1-0. Don Lewis registered the shutout. Barry Matthews was in the net as the Jaycee Jets shutout the Lethbridge Correctional Coaldale planning 'Games Day' Coaldale is planning a special "Games Satur- day, Jan. 25 as their way of helping to promote the 1975 Canada Winter Games. The one-day event, which will feature hockey games on the Squirt, Pee Wee, and com- ic level, as well as a figure skating demonstration and numerous other attractions, will be held in the Coaldale Sportsplex. Proceedings will get under way at one p.m. and run through until 10 p.m. The comic hockey game will have the district farmers tak- ing on the doctors and den- tists. The Midget Colts will also play the Hockey Hounds Supremes. R. I. Baker's Pep Band will be in attendance along with Games hostesses and Pharley Pheasant. A raffle for a color televi- sion set is planned. There will be no admission charged. Institute 3-0. Bill Ressler scored two goals and Tracy Dow got the other. Following are the league standings and the scoring leaders: Ptt Lelh. Hotel 23 Herman's Uphol 22 J 8 L Roofing 20 Shaughnessy 16 Miner's Library 14 13 Eagles 13 Knight Clubbers 10 Jaycees Jots 10 Southern Signs 10 Lelh. Corr. Insl 3 City Hall Gang 2 SCORING P Gus Fomradas 31 Roger McAdam 31 Hugo Brees 15 Eugene Yamada 14 BUI Ressler 13 Willy Brees 13 Max Whiteford 12 Rudy 11 Ben Schmold 11 Tony Wolak 11 Butch Lee 11 Smockey game goes tonight The best way to describe Smockey is that it is a game played the way hockey shouldn't be played. Tonight at eight o'clock at Adams Ice Centre the News Media Monsters take on the executive and coaches of the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association in the annual Smockey game. Representatives from all Lethbridge media are expected to be in the line up for tonight's struggle. Hoyt, Harris tops TN 'E COULD 8E A LOVIN CONSIDERATE 'USBAND to ME IF 'E'D TRY- TROUBLE IS, 'E DOESN'T DO 'ISREHEARSIN AT 'OME.' Legion mixed curling set Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 25 and 26, the Legion mixed curling playdowns will be tak- ing place in Nobleford. Teams from the branches in Zone Three, which includes Barons, Picture Butte, Cham- pion, Kipp, Coalhurst, Ray- mond and Lethbridge, will compete for the right to ad- vance to the District Six finals at Foremost, Feb. 15-16. The men's playdowns in Zone Three, recently com- pleted at Barons, saw George Row of Barons, and his team- mates Alan Kittleson, third, Frank Machacek, second, and Dave Wilson, lead, emerge as the winners. Teams from Champion, Nobleford and Lethbridge competed in the finals. Ray Harris and Martin Hoyt emerged victorious in the men's section of the YMCA racquetball tournament stag- ed this weekend. Meanwhile, Barb Pettinger and Shawn Dzuren chalked up enough wins to earn the women's title. Harris and Hoyt were forced three games be- fore sidelining Ray Hop- kins and Phil Leier. Harris and his mate won the opener 21 -16 but dropped the second game 21-8 before roaring back for an im- pressive 21-6 victory in the third game. In the men's consolation event Pic Piccini and Bill Howes combined to oust Frank Llewellyn and Dave Hughes in two straight games, 21 9 and 21 -10. Pettinger and Dzuren defeated Laverne Dzuren and Helen Nikiforuk 21 -11 and 21 16 in the women's final. In what was probably the most highly contested honor Chris EH and Judy Lawson emerged with the spoils in the women's consolation. But before they could lay claim to the silverware Sandy Daku and Darlene Hudson forced them the limit as they bowed 21 -18 and 21-20. Library wins 4-1 Miner's Library stopped the Labor Club 4-1 in a City Recreational Hockey League game Monday night. Ken Boulton scored twice for the Library and Cam Hodgen and Don Bruchet scored one apiece. Randy Maxwell picked up the lone Labor Club goal. In the second scheduled game the LCC lost by default to the Purity Bottling team. The LCC club pulled their team from the ice in the se- cond period after a disputed call and failed to return. The score was tied 2-2 at the time. CO-OP LETHBRIDQE -1221 2nd Avftiuw S. BARONS. BOW ISLAND, CARDSTON COALDALE. LETHBRIDGE, PICTURE BUTTE, TABER. Phone 329-0017 ANTI FRE Available at all Stores GALLON ;