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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta t - THI IETHBR1DGE HERALD - Tuesday, January 26, 1971 OVER THE BOARDS - Ir just wasn't th e night for referee Gerry Godfrey who officiated this past w e e k e n d in Western International Hockey League action at Spokane. Godfrey was caught between a Kimberley Dynamiter player (foreground) and Spokane's Gail Holden (background) and wa s knocked over the boards. Honors shared at judo tournament Keen competition at meet The first judo tournament of the 1971 season was held over the weekend at the Lethbridge YMCA and proved to be one of the most competitive events in some time. Some 60 judoists took part in the one-day competition at the YMCA. There were four divisions including junior, intermediate senior and black belt. Members of the host Lethbridge Judo Club came up with a pair of first place finishes in junior and intermediate ranks but were defeated in the finals of other competitions. In the junior division Blaine Bartel won the under 60 pound event over Robert Moriyama of Calgary. Steven Tsujiura topped teammate Ricky Aldori for the honors in the under 70 class. Bowling scores OLENDALE BOWL SHOPPERS WORLD Bea Salmon 268 (751); Sandy Scattergood 277 (789); Jean Passey 281 (68U; Betty Paterson 278 (478)? Mary Morcom 249 (621); Dena Smith 204 (607); Etfreda Wlens 255; Irene Sell! 251; Ruth Cunningham 238; Mel Fin-nerty 231. HAY AGENCIES Chris Maloney 245 (680); Sandy Scattergood 242 (681) Rita Pearce 231 (637); Isla Welsh 273 (623); Jackie Clark 255 (603); Marg McLaughlin 245 (661); Eleanor Fonton 280 (636); Mary Potvin 235; Phyl Jardlne 212; Mary Bogusky 227. CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scattergood 356 (776); Nina Slndllnger 244 (645); Jean Mills 221 (647); Minnie Kasklw 242 (623); Bren-da Roulstone 221; Elaine Strcllev 234; Olanne Decaire 213; Jean Armstrong 211; Peggy Forry 251; Mert Qually 225. KIMURA'S MIXED Ann Pearson 277 (742); Randy Larve 237 (651 ); Ruth Johnson 242 (620); Wayne Graham 293 (635); Ed Slanko in: Laverne Block 235; Dennis Dick 217; Melody Ives 223; Bert Blllett 211; Willis Wesfergreen 235. WILSON JNR. HIGH Mark Charles 223; Selma Nlshlmura 206; Ken Ponech 210; Arlene Hing 217; Murray Kobe 167; Jim Chymboryk 173; Adells Bessellng 172; Clayton Woo 169. MECHANIC WANTED WITH HEAVY DUTY PAPERS Mutt be capable of working on own initiative OX 29, CAYLEY, ALBERTA VASA LODGE Bob Hanson 226 (602); Arvld Oseen 204; Jim Berry 203; Peggy McLaren 226; Bud Grouette 235; Wilf Ness 222; Rick Larson 260; Flo Seager 189; Tim Larson 194; Nick Bianchl 193. SENIOR CITIZENS Frank Bernhardt 274 (704); Aire Koole 333 (773); Roy Lavelley 241 (624); Jack Nunweller 224; Evan Evans 234; Bert Madell 234 (616); Harold Perry 204; Betty Murtland 211; Irene Soenen 196; H. C Brown 277 (709); Henry Brown 262 (718); Bill Riley 259; Fred Beard 216; Jack Sta-cey 215. SOUTH ALTA PRODUCE Sandy Scattergood 294 (822); John Scattergood 288 (703); Lynne Tremel 268 ( 697); Graham Scatterqood 238 (683); Hazel Jensen 242 ( 641); Layne Bateda 246 ( 623); Dale Fitzslmmonds 223 (629); Dot Olshaski 225 (613); Nick Lastuka 250; Mary Mysyk 245; Sat Na-gata 230 (600). BOISE CASCADE Judy Harnack 254 (691 ); Dave Wad' dell 249 (658); Guy Brown 265 (627); Fred Klever 233; Lois Caldwell 200; Marion Klever 210; Merlin Gelger 214; Vlnce Kovacs 211; Ralph Heltman 208; Anne Gillespie 205. TRACYS Jean Passey 316 (837); VI Price 287 (720); Flo Nyqulst 287 (702); Judy Harnack 264; Sally Trone 218; Dot Anderson 241 (688); Ruby Oseen 291; B. Hay 249 (697); M. Flldes 244 (662); Ddoie Hodges 240. CIVIL SERVICE Arvil Silllto 266 (745); John EricV.. son 286 (740); Karlyn Spitzer 301 (707); Bob Black 321; Betty Patorson 251 (676); Bob Reld 352 (722); Rose Nlcolay 271 (662); Fran Harris 252; Bev Swaren 236 (666); Dan Flnnerty 237; Dorothy Glduk 228; Herman Janlk 265 Doug Crawford, in the under 100 pound category lost in the final to Reece Nelson of Rose mary. Other winners in the junior ranks were Allan Duff of Medicine Hat under 80 pounds, Nor man O h a m a of Rosemary, under 115 and Randy Burk of Edmonton in the 130 and under class. Scott Tanner and Greig \Vhel ler emerged with victories in the newly - formed intermediate class. Tanner bested Jim Hopkins of the Crowsnest Pass in the under 125 pound final while Wheeler stopped Charles Peszneker of Calgary in 140 and under. Sharing in other first place finishes in the intermediate division were Gary Nelson Jasper Place, under 110, Mike Graham of Rosemary, under 160 and Jim Pierce of Swift Current in the 160 pound over. Gerry Court of the host club managed a second place finish in the middleweight division senior competition losing Peter BoLassen of the University of Alberta. Andy Ferrence won the lightweight title while Don Szymiec of Calgary was the best in the heavyweight ranks. A pair of local judoists just missed in the black belt ranks Howard Alexander was beat en in the final of the middleweight ranks while David Potter suffered the same fate in the heavyweight division. Alex^ ander lost to Ron Powell of the U of A. Potter was defeated by Ron Cousins of Red Deer. The other winner, in the black belt lightweight final was Dick Sugama of Vauxhall. Minnesota has yet to defeat eastern leaders Bruins, Rangers have been hard on 'Stars NEW YORK (AP) - When it comes to comparing Boston Bruins and New York Rangers, the two powerhouses of the National Hockey League's East Division, there's no better source than Minnesota coach Jackie Gordon. Yeah, we've seen both of them plenty," said Gordon Monday. "We've seen them too much." Gordon's North Stars are locked in a four-way battle with Los Angeles Kings1, Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers for the final two playoff spots in the West Division Seven points separate the four teams. "We're fighting for our lives," said Gordon, "but it might be a little different if we had done something with New York and Boston." The North Stars are 0-9 with the two East leaders who meet Wednesday night in a showdown game. Against the rest of the league, Minnesota is a perfectly respectable 16-11-10. "They talk about parity between the expansion teams and established teams being close," Gordon continued. "Well, it's not close with those two teams," BRUINS AHEAD The Bruins lead New York by three points and have played one less game than the Rangers. Third place Montreal Canadiens are 18 points back of Boston. In tonight's lone game, Chicago Black Hawks visit Vancou ver Canucks. 'Boston and New York are both solid teams," said Gordon, "There's no question about that. I think the Rangers may have the edge in goaltending but it's hard to match Boston's scoring. It's really a toss-up." The Bruins are the NHL's top offensive club-with 225 goals scored-and have the top four scorers in the league including Phil Esposito, who has 90 points, and defending scoring king Bobby Orr, who has 77. The Rangers are the NHL's top defensive club with goalies Ed Giacomin and Gilles Ville-mure backstopping the defence that coach Emile Francis calls the most mobile in the NHL. Gordon admits that he approaches games against the Qinic set Wednesday Amateur baseball and fastball coaches in southern Alberta will have an opportunity to im prove their techniques if they attend a clinic in Lethbridge Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the Park Plaza at 3 p.m. Bobby Wine, shortstop for the Montreal Expos of the National Baseball League, will be in Lethbridge to conduct a one-day clinic sponsored by O'Keefe Brewery. Wine will handle the clinics of which there are six in Al berta and one in Saskatchewan Other Alberta clinics include Medicine Hat, Calgary, Re Deer, Edmonton and Grande Prairie and Saskatoon. The clinics cover all aspects of baseball play, including tips for the development of young players. A typical agenda would be as follows; a welcome followed by demonstrations pitching, infield play, catching and outfield slay. There will also be demonstrations on cutoffs, relays and defences for the bunt, hitting and bunting, coaching strategy and the secret of playing winning baseball Each clinic has been scheduled to last about three hours. Rangers and Bruins differently. "You've got to think differently against the Bruins because of those two big scorers. They play a much more wide-open game than the Rangers." said Gordon. Minnesota's most recent experience with the two East powers was a 6-2 loss at New York Sunday. The Stars had played a tough 2-2 tie against Philadelphia in Minnesota Saturday night, caught a plane to New York and didn't get to bed until 3:30 a.m. Nine hours later, they were back on the ice against the Rangers. "It was a quirk of the schedule," said Gordon, "and I'm sure they'll look at it more closely before they schedule a game that way again. "And to make it worse, the Rangers were off Saturday. They were sitting here, wailing for us." S l� c It T S Bowling Banter AT CAPRI BOWL, steady Sam Glrardl, enjoying his finest season yet, took the men's bowler-of-the-week honors with another sterling effort . . bowling in Canadian Dressed1 Meats, he hit for 295, 234 and 364 for a big 893 triple . . his 364 single and the 893 triple are both league highs for the year . . Masa Goshinmon, who experienced some early trouble getting untracked, is obviously back in the groove and took the women's bowler-of-the-week title with 190, 265 and 343 for 798 in Martinizing, her 343 also setting a hew league high . . Along the YBC front, the big guns in the bantam section were Michael Gerla 200, Lanette Szemberg 203, Darren Pepper 210, Mike Sharum 215, Harvie Pocza 267, Kim Tinordi 215 and Parry McDonald 257 . . leading the juniors were Harold Oddie 266 and Lori Palmarchuk 274 with the seniors paced by Linda. Malcomson 273, Darwin Romanchuk 258, Bernie Pohl 290, Dennis Smith 270 and Darrell Lagler 282. ? ? ? In league play, the mens' spotlight directed its attention on Bill Hamilton 335, Eugene Chollak 345 in Hepp's, Sam Girardi 328 and 841, Al Smith 334 and 834 in Gordie's, John Rem-pel 316 in Green's, Jerry Areshenko 335 and 807 in Henry Homes, Tom Hirashima 309 and 807 and Mike Tobo 362 in YCCA, Henry Lewicki 312 in AGT and Rick Larson 302- Randy Wolstoncroft 797 triple and Darrell Lagler 785 in Young Adults . . Pacing the gals for the week were Darlene Csaki 304 and Anne Todd 304 in Freel's, Colleen Manak 302 and Pat Plomp 300 in Juniors, Bea Salmon 312 and Joey Soice 292 in Green's, Vi Price 304 in Eagles, Bernice Hay 297, Isabel Orsten 299 and Marg Smith an 805 triple in Martinizing, Agnes Pocza 298 in NuMode, Betty Dionne 309 in Sundquist and Eleanor Dori-�gatti 294 in AGT with Carol Fujita 290 in JCCA. Short sport MOORE DROPPED LONDON (AP) - Sir Alt Ramsey dropped England captain Bobby Moore from his squad Monday for the European Nations Cup match against Malta Feb. 3-one of the biggest surprises in Ramsey's seven years as English team manager. Moore, 28, captained England to victory in the 1966 World Cup series in 1966 and again led th>> team in the defence of the trophy in Mexico last year. * * ? NORTHERN CHAMP EDMONTON (CP) - Kay Baldwin of Edmonton Monday qualified for the Alberta provincial women's curling championship by winning the north ern Alberta sectional playoffs. Baldwin won the A section of the event and had to win one game against B-section winner Marg Cunningham of Ardros-sam. ? ? * TROPHY WINNER INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -John Kinsella, an 18-year-old Indiana University freshman and an Olympic swimmer, was named Monday as the recipient of the 1970 Jame E. Sul- livan Memorial Trophy by the Amateur Athletic Union. The 6-foot-3 Kinsella Is the current American record holder in the 500 - yard freestyle and 1,650-yard freestyle events. In addition, he holds world records for the 1,500 metre freestyle and 400 metre freestyle. ? ? * UNIQUE HONOR PHILADELPHIA (A P) -Tom Dempsey, who refused to let half a kicking foot and a stub for a right hand keep him from becoming a place kicking star in the National Football League, was honored Monday night with the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association's unique award of Most Courageous Athlete of the Year (1970). ? ? * HYLAND TOPS DENVER, Colo. (AP) - Mel Hyland of Surrey, B.C., won the saddle bronc riding championship at the National Western Rodeo windup Sunday, scoring 224 points in three go-rounds and winning $1,936. Paul Mayo of Grinnell. Iowa, walked away with the all-around cowboy honors. Mayo pocketed $3,910 in the competition. AT GLENDALE BOWL, Dianne Violini was the shining star, not only of the week but for the season . .. named bowler-of-the-month in December for some sparkling efforts, she hit the high spots again in brilliant fashion in Higa's with 386, 286 and 353 for a triple of 1,025 . . this marked only the third 1,000 triple in the last three years with the others being turned in by the late Stan McDonald in 1968 and Steve Mczei last year . . her average for the three games was a fantastic 341.., The men's bowler-of-the-week was Spike Martell who blistered the pins for a great 907 triple in Commercial Men's . . he came up with 296, 318 and 293 to exceed his 184 average by a whopping 355 pins. ? ? ? Sam Girardi kept right on humming at Glendale, too, with 385 and a 906 in Commercial Men's, joined by Ken King with 341 and 879 and Orcst Yurchak 326 and 895 . . other stars of the week were Kay Mann 319 and 819 in Higa's, 258 pins over her average, Sandy Scattergood 822 in South-Alta, Jean Passey 316 and 837 in Tracy's, Bob Reid 353 in Civil Service, John Rempel 352 and 926 in IOF while in YBC play, the leaders were Dave Barton 319 and a 539 double, Brian Anderson 253 and 505, Rod Barnett 243, Kelly Vaykovich 273 and Gloria Lazarick 300 and 488 in the junior-senior section . . in the bantam division the leaders were Brent Anderson 186, Brian Jackson 179, David Snopek 182 and 357, Brenda Veres 181 and Doug Vogt 184 and 367 . . and it's a big weekend coming up in Medicine Hat as Lethbridge bowlers gun for berths on the 15-member Western Canada rolloffs squad . . a total of 16 games will determine the team with the locals led by city champions Gary Tunbridgc and Dianne Violini. R. J. KWASNIE (DUKE) - Representative Campbell Associates Bldg., 430 Mayor Magrath Drive Bus. 327>2985 - Rei. 328-2606 - lethbridge, Alberta. Let me show you How to turn Income tax into a retirement Income. THE MONARCH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY Should break 100 points ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES "-^"^"^"^---" -i------- NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T r A Pt ... 33 B 5 225 122 71 .. . 30 9 8 160 105 68 . . 21 14 11 163 130 53 .. . 22 23 3 163 1/0 47 ... 15 28 4 127 173 34 ... 14 27 5 128 183 33 ... 11 26 ? 109 179 31 West Olvnion ... 31 10 5 174 107 67 . .. 21 12 12 128 112 54 .... 17 21 9 121 136 43 . . 16 21 10 105 131 42 14 21 12 132 135 40 14 23 8 134 168 36 14 30 3 118 166 31 Boston ... New York Montreal Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit .., Buffalo .., Chicago ., St. Louis .. Phlla. ... Minnesota . Pittsburgh . Los Angeles California SCORING LEADERS Esposito, Bos........ M 46 90 35 Orr, Bos............ 20 57 77 59 Hodge, Bos.......... 28 38 66 60 Bucyk, Bos.......... 28 35 63 4 B- Hull, Chi.......... 28 33 61 22 Ullman, Tor.......... 25 34 59 14 R��elle, NY........, . 21 '30 ll \i JSt�? T,or ;,......... 24 26 50 2 McKenzle, Bos........IB 32 50 86 Cashman, Bos........13 35 a 60 Cournoyer, Mtl....... 26 21 47 12 Tkaczuk, NY.........15 32 47 24 Kar,',n; Chi.......... 19 27 46 36 5'f,n'le'd- 25 43 2 MJf1,a holds meeting A talk and display of equipment on cross-counlry ski-touring will be a feature of tonight's meeting of the Chinook Outdoor Club. The meeting is set for the Gas Co. auditorium starting at eight o'clock. Anyone interested is invited to attend the meeting. LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY WEEK JANUARY 24th to 30th TONIGHT - 8:15 P.M. at ADAMS ARENA ANNUAL SM0CKEY GAME LETHBRIDGE NEWS MEDIA vs LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY EXECUTIVE and COACHES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 l�l Ave South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;