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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ft - THI IFTHBRIDGE HERALD - Monday, January 25, 1971 Minor hockey week started Andreachuk tires first hat-trick Sugar Kings back in third Minor Hockey Week was of-ficially opened Saturday and a full week of entertainment is in store for the young and the old. The biggest event on tap is slated for Tuesday night at 8:15 p.m. when the annual Smockey game when the News Medias take on the members of the LMHA. Over the weekend th Pee Wee and Bantam "B" divisions played a host of games which included some lop-sided victories to closely knitted contests. In Bantam "B" action Sheldon Kelly picked up a hat-trick as he led the Rangers to a 6-0 triumphant over the Seals. Donald Wright chipped in with two markers and Colin Barnes tipped in another to round out the scoring. The Hornets banged in two goals in both the second and third periods as they dopped the Mustangs 4-1. Brian Malacko did most of the damage against the Mustangs as he flipped in two markers while Gary Kaskiw and Brian Thorlacias aided with a goal each. For the Mustangs Bill Ross averted the shutout with a third period marker. Paul Bechdalt held off the determined Nuggets for three periods and registered his first shutout of the season. Harvey Pocza helped Bechdalt as he blasted in the only goal during the 60 minutes of play. In Pee Wee action the Flyers picked up a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the Sabres. W. Findlay and G. Laffing-wall tallied for the Flyers while T. Wall drove in the only Sabres goal. livio Pavan slapped in a second period goal and helped Bruce Anderson in getting a shutout as the Totems blanked the Tigers 1-0. Anderson now has registered' two shutouts for the season. The Penguins slammed in three goals in the third period but was short of the mark and fell to the Bears 4-3. Steve Mickie led the Bears with two goals while Robert Schalgel and Kevin Mille r added singletons. Mickie's second goal of the game was the winner. For the Penguins Jim Severt-son managed a brace and Dave McLellan one. Kevin Dragland paced the Vikings with two goals as they edged the Canucks 3-2. Jamie Henderson rounded out the Vikings scoring while Bobby Kuntz blasted in the Canucks two goals. Kevin Hunt and Frank Zasad^ ny both blinked the lights twice as they led the Blues to a 6-0 romping over the Falcons. Mark Collins and Mike Goluk rounded out the scoring with Richard Shardlow scored twice as the Cougars blanked the Bruins 2-0 in Bantam B action Saturday. Lothbricige Sugar Kings moved back into third place in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Saturday evening by stopping Ponoka Stampeders 9-6 before some 800 fans at the Arena. Kings and Leafs have been waging a battle for third place in the six-team league and only one point separates the two clubs. Randy Andreachuk turned in his best performance of the season to pace the Kings as he fired home three markers, Dave Krook and George McCrea added two goals each for the locals while singletons went to Dave George and Lanny McDonald. Marcel Comeau, who is making a strong bid for the scoring leadership, notched goals 33, 34 and 35. Lee Whitford, Ed Lychak and Evan McPhedran replied with singles. Sugar Kings outscored the Bevies9 retain title Family act triumphs Miller Barber 23 under par PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -"There were some absolutely unbelievable scores out there," Miller Barber drawled after the final round of the $125,000 Phoenix open golf tournament. And his was the most unbelievable of them all, a remarkable 261 total, 23 under par on the flat, short, little desert layout named the Arizona Country Darts Pts OnofrychuK. Minors............71 Lazaruk Miners............... 69 Vlpond, Labor................67 Peacock, Legion..............� M. Johnson, ANAF............61 James, Miners................*� Lazzarotto, Miners ... ..........59 Boulton, Labor...............59 Russllng, ANAF............... �2 Fritz, Legion .................52 Field, Miners..................52 Durlna, Legion ................5; A. Johnson, Legion ............42 Meyers, Labor................fl Bodle, ANAF .................3? Wolstoncroft, Legion ...........38 Susnar, Miners...............36 LaFournler, ANAF ...... ... ....31 Next qames tonlqht at the Legion starting "at eight o'clock. Little Fauss is not your fathers hero. Michael J. Pollard is Little Fauss. Club, a par-71 course that yielded some of the lowest scores in the history of the Professional Golfers' Association tour. Barber fired a 65 in the final round Sunday to pick up $25,000 for his fifth tour triumph. But even with his total, he won by only two strokes and didn't nail it down until the final hole. Billy Casper, who had a season-low 62 on the final round, and veteran Dan S1kes shared second at 263. Sikes had a final 64. George Knudson of Toronto, who finished 10-under par for the four days, finished at 274 and was well back of the lead ers. Dave Hill, who scored a hole-in-one with an eight-iron shot on the 153-yard seventh, Homero Blancas and Rod Curl followed at 264. Hill and Blancas had 67s and Curl a 65. Paul Harney, who held a one-stroke lead going into the final day, still had a shot at a share of second-at worst-when he came to the final hole, a 485-yard par-five. He was on in two, but took four putts to get down. He finished with a 71 for 265 and was one of six tied at that figure. Arnold Palmer had a 66 for 267, U.S. Open champ Tony Jacklin a 67 for 268 and PGA title holder Dave Stockton a 68 for 269. WINNIPEG (CP) - Sandra Bezic, the five-foot-three, 100-pound little sister, always wins fights with her six-foot, 170-pound brother, Val. But the Toronto youngsters are fighting for the same goal when it comes to figure skating, and Sunday they demonstrated what a single-minded brother-sister combination can accomplish. The Bezics, Sandra, 14, and Val, 17, successfully defended their senior pairs title at the six-day Canadian figure skating championships which ended Sunday. They received 312.9 points compared to 301.4 for the run-ners-up, John Hubbell of Point Edward, Ont., and Mary Petrie of Toronto. Sandra describes them as a "normal brother and sister at home," but Val quickly pointed out that little sister "always wins" the fights. "Yeah," said Sandra, "he laughs too much." Karen Magnussen of Vancouver and Toller Cranston of Toronto won the senior ladies' and men's singles championships with brilliant freeskating performances that earned them near-perfect marks. Both skaters received 5.9 of a possi ble 6.0 from six of the seven judges for their artistic impression in freeskating. Barry Soper and Louise Lind of Vancouver gave the West a split of the sue senior titles when they captured the dance competition, upsetting defending champions David Sutton of Guelph, Ont., and Mary Church of Toronto. In the junior events, Stan Bo-honek of Toronto and Karel Latham of Vancouver took the singles' trophies and Allen Carson and Linda Tasker of Toronto won the pairs. David Porter and Barbara Berezowski of Toronto won tlie dance title. Lee Armstrong of Chatham, Ont., won the novice men's singles while Kim Wylie of Gait, Ont., took the ladies crown. The novice pairs title went to Bernard and Marie Souche of Toronto, with John Rait and Ginnie Crieco of Toronto giving Ontario a sweep of the novice events by winning the dance gold medal. The Canadian Figure Skating Association named the teams to compete in the world and North American championships, both being held next month. Named to the world team at Lyon, France, in late February were Miss Maignussen, Cran- NFC Stars too tough LOS ANGELES (AP) - John Brodie fired a 23-yard tie-breaking touchdown pass to Dave Os bom in the third quarter and elusive Mel Renfro put the game out of sight with electrify' ing punt returns of 82 and 56 yards Sunday as the National Conference smashed the American 27-6 in the National Football League Pro Bowl Game. A crowd of 48,222 saw the first test between the two con frences. It was the 21st in what had been an all-NL all-star contest. ston, RutW Hutchinson of Vancouver and Diane Hall of Toronto in the singles. Miss Hutchinson and Miss Hall finished second and third respectively in the senior ladies. Completing the team will be the pairs' winners, Val and Sandra Bezic, and the dance champions, Miss Lind and Soper. OFF TO DRUMHELLER - Bob Ivor, and his mates will seek the southern Alberta high school boys curling championship in Drumheller this weekend. Lyon advanced after winning District 2 this past weekend. The winners are, left to right back row, skip lyon, and third Gerry Machacet. Front row, left to right are second Dennis Mashaet and lead John Fox. Lyon advances to Drumheller Only one winner was decided in two District 2 play-downs staged over the weekend. In men's play Lawrence Len-non saw his hopes of an unbeaten mark in the playdowns fall by the wayside as Tricky Oikawa of Picture Butte stopped the Lethbridge foursome in the first game of the A-B final Sunday evening at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Meanwhile in Warner Bob Lyon and his rink earned the r i g h t to advance to the southern Alberta high school play-downs in Drumheller this coming weekend. Lyon and Jiis mates won the District 2 honors in a four-rink I series. They emerged with the honors by downing Milk River Sunday. Lennon had won the A sec tion title Friday with two wins and needed only a victory over Oikawa Sunday to gain a berth in the south final set for Medicine Hat Feb. 4, 5 and 6. Oikawa, however, had other ideas about who the District representative should be. Saturday afternoon Oikawa sidelined Steve Gillies of Lethbridge and then advanced to the final against Lennon by dropping Garth Nillson of Wrentham from further play Sunday morning. It will all be decided Tues day evening at the Civic Centre as Oikawa and Lennon meet in a showdown. ANDY CAPP Stampeders 3-2 in each period in the wide-open game that saw the locals take 11 of 21 penalties. Each club received a five-minute major. Andreachuk and Lychak got five minutes each for fighting in the second period. Tlie fight came as a result of an earlier skirmish that saw Lychak get his stick up around Andreachuk's ears. The Lethbridge rookie came up big after the two collided in the Lethbridge end shortly after. Lychak went to the dressing room for repairs after Andreachuk landed a series of solid lefts to his head in a one-sided bout. John Davidson stopped 29 shots in the Lethbridge goal while Jerry Thomas blocked 22 for Ponoka. Captain Fraser Robertson of the Kings and goalie Graham Parsons of the Stampeders sat out Saturday's game with injuries picked up Friday night in the AJHL All-Star game against Edmonton Oil Kings. Robertson injured his wrist while Parsons was shaken up by a goal mouth crash. Kings are in Calgary Tuesday evening for a game with the Cougars. The leading Red Deer Rustlers, despite poor finishing around the net, downed last-place Edmonton Movers 3-1 in Red Deer Sunday. Mickey Girard scored twice for Red Deer while Lome Bar-tel got the other goal. Doug Clark scored for Edmonton. The Rustlers were lackluster, but managed to control the game against the inept Edmonton crew who managed only three shots on goal in the last period. Dale Henwood was called on to handle only IS shots in the Red Deer net while Brian Reim-er faced 40 shots in the Mover net. Period scores were 1-1 after the first and 3-1 after two. Despite taking five of eight minors, the Rustlers handled Edmonton without appearing to try. In Calgary the Mount Royal Cougars turned to defensive hockey in the third period Sunday to hold on to their lead and the strategy worked as they defeated Ponoka Stampeders 5-2 The Cougars led 2-1 after the first period and increased their lead to 5-2 after the second. The third was scoreless. Bob Leguilloux scored two goals for Calgary and Ian Hunter, Brian Smith and Darrcll Goss got one each. Doug Silvernagle and Leigh Whitford tailed for Ponoka. Gord Lealke stopped 36 shots in the Calgary net and Graham Parsons turned aside 30 for Ponoka. Five of the 10 minor penalties went to Ponoka. Bill Fraser of Calgary and Evan McPhedran of Ponoka got majors in the second period for fighting. LETHBRIDGE � PONOKA ( First period - J. Ponoka, Comeau (Whlttord) 0:55,- 2. Lethbridge, Andreachuk (Mutch, George) 5:19; 3. Pon oka, Comeau (Bansley, Whitford) U:1B; 4. Lethbridge, McCrea (South ern. Black) 18:11; 5. Lethbridge, Mo Donald (McClennan, Paskuskl) 19:31, Penalties-Chalmers, Murphy, George, Mutch. Second period - 6. Ponoka, Com, tau (McPhedran) 5:02; 7. Lethbridge George (McCrea, Chalmers) 10:51; I Ponoka, McPhedran (Bansley, Com eaul 112:43; 9. Lethbridge, Andrea chuk (George, Krook) 13:10; 10. Leth bridge, Andreachuk (George) 16:41, Penalties - Bansley, McCrea, Snod. grass, Murphy, McCrea, Graham, Martens, Andreachuk (ma|or), Ly. chuk (malorl Whitford. Third period - I.. Ponoka, Whitford (Bansley, McPhedran1) 1:41; 12. Lethbridge, McCrea (Southern, Black) 2:43; 13. Lethbridge Krook (Paskuskl, McClennan) 9:44; 14. Ponoka, Lychak (Comeau) 10:26; 13. Lethbridge, Krook (Andreachuk, George) 18:53. Penalties - Murphy, McClennan, Whit ford, Paskuskl, Southern, Clarke, McDonald, Tollestrup hoops 42 points in losing cause Both Chinooks take it on the chin Even a brilliant 42-point performance by Tim Tollestrup wasn't enough to give the University of Lethbridge Chinooks a win in Western Canada Inter-Collegiate action over the weekend. WRESTLING TONIGHTl 8:30 P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Austin vs. Dupre Sweotan vs. Hayes Girls NA Title Match! GREAT BOUTS - $2, $1.50 Tollestrup, the leading scorer in the conference, had his efforts go for nought as the Chinooks dropped an 81-71 verdict to the University of Brandon Bobcats Saturday night. Bobcats led the Chinooks 36-33 at half time but pulled away early in the second half and maintained their margin of victory. Dave Bauman canned 22 points to lead Brandon. Mike Viara and Bill Moody hooped 19 and 17 points respectively. Jim Gladstone managed 10 in ATTENTION SNOWMOBILE OWNERS AND CLUBS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA! The Alberta Snowmobile Association it holding a meeting to discuss future regulations governing snowmobiles In the Province of Alberta. This meeting is important to owners and prospective owners. Meeting Date: SATURDAY, JANUARY 30th, 7:30 p.m. PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL-LETHBRIDGE This Advertisement Sponsored By: PALISADES SNOWMOBILE CENTRE CALGARY, ALBERTA Your SKIROUIE Distributor for Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C. addition to Tollestrup's output. Chinooks, who lost 80-67 to University of Saskatchew a n Saskatoon Friday will seek to break their recent tailspin when they tangle with the University of Saskatchewan, Regina cam-puj tonight in Rogina. Meanwhile good offence and defence gave Victoria Vikettes an easy 70-40 win over University of Lethbridge Chinooks in a Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletics Association women's basketball game at Victoria Saturday night. For the Vikettes, it was their fourth straight WCIAA win and the second in two nights over Chinooks. Vikettes held a 33-15 lead at halftime. Tlie win moves Victoria out of a tie with Chinooks and into sole possession of fourth place. Blaine Grcnon topped the Vikettes' scoring with 14 points. For Lethbridge, Leona V o t h scored 14 and Rosemary Brod-erick 12. In Edmonton University of Alberta Pandas won both games of a weekend doublcheader over University of Saskatcbean at Regina Cougettes University of Alberta won 48-33 Friday night and 46-45 Saturday night. Linda Phillips was leading scorer for the Pandas Friday night with 11 points and Marge Hawke topped Alberta scorers Saturday night with 14 points. Jan Sandmark was top scorer for tlie Cougettes ir both games, getting nine in both games. University of Alberta Goldcr Bears trounced University of Saskatchewan at Regina Cougars 108-58 Saturday. Alberta led 57-33 at half-time. Walter Dick was the leading Golden Bear scorer with 20 points. Bob Morris and Larry Nowak both counted 17 points for Alberta. Wes Britton led the Cougar scorers with 18 points and Neil Jacoby scored 15. University of Saskatchewan Huskies outscored University of Calgary Dinosaurs in tlie sec-ond half to take a 62-54 victory Saturday. The teams Lied 25-25 at half-time. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES mm NATIONAL LBAOUB fait Division Boston ... New York Montreal . Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit ... Buffalo ... W 33 30 21 22 15 14 11 T F A 5 225 122 8 160 105 1) 163 130 3 163 140 4 127 173 5 12S 111 9 109 179 Chicago . St. LoulS .. Phlla..... Minnesota .. Pittsburgh . Los Angeles California .. NHL LEADERS Esposlto, Bos ... Orr, Bos ...... Hodge, Bos ... Bucyk, Bos ... , R. 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Standings unchanged from last week. Division II W T L Hull ........ 14 6 5 Luton ......12 8 4 Cardiff ...... 12 8 5 Leicester .. ..13 6 6 Sheffield U ... 11 9 5 Division 111 ... 14 8 5 . 13 � 0 Division IV Notts C ...... 18 5 3 Oldham ..... 18 3 7 Northampton . is 7 Burnmouth ..55 Southport .. . 14 3 Aston Villa Bristol R ., Fulham .. Preston ... Halifax... . FAB 39 2< 34 38 17 32 42 23 32 39 25 32 43 30 31 37 27 35 51 26 31 41 26 34 38 28 32 47 37 32 3 48 20 41 7 62 43 39 5 40 26 37 6 47 26 35 II 37 30 31 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I No games scheduled. Standings unchanged from last week. Division II W T L F A Pf East Fife .. .. 14 6 4 56 29 34 Partlck ...... 12 6 3 40 15 39 Arbroath ,. ,. 12 5 6 54 36 29 Ralth ....... 11 7 6 44 39 29 Albion ...... 10 7 6 38 32 27 Wayne Dyck paced the Sas katoon squad with 20 points. Doug Forsyth hooped 12 for the Huskies. Danny Quance led the DinO' saurs with 13 points and team' mate Gary Elliott scored 12, At Winnipeg Bon Thorsen scored 32 points; 22 of them in the second half, to lead Uni versity of British Columbia Thunderbirds to a 79-61 win over the University of Winni peg Wesmcn. The British Columbia squad pulled away from Winnipeg after leading 39-36 at the half. Barry King led the Winnipeg attack with 20 points. Wayne Bradshaw added 14 points. University of Manitoba Bisons downed University of Victoria Vikings 81-50 in a lacklustre game. Top scorers for the Bisons were Ross W'edlako and Bob Town, each with 15 points. Grey Gillies had 13 points. Korky Jossel with 13 points and Tom Holmes with 12 were top scorers for Victoria. , LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY WEEK JANUARY 24 - 30 TONIGHT at Adams Arena 8:30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE A.C.T. BANTAM A REPS, vs. MEDICINE HAT BANTAM A REPS. ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES I SERVICE 40? lit Av� Sooth Phono 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;