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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tmtday, January 28, 1975 Book your European Charter Now Fllikti to For all your trivd irrangnnmM contact Art Williams Travel Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 Giimell backs down, but he's not happy VICTORIA (CP) Pat Ginnell, owner coach of the Victoria Cougars said Mon- day he feels some teams of the British Columbia contingent of the Western Canada Hockey League are "getting stuck" by the league and, if that is the case, perhaps another league should be formed. Ginnell agreed Monday to pay a fine levied by league president Ed Chynoweth after brawling encounters in Brandon and Winnipeg last week. Chynoweth had said Ginnell lacked control over his team. "What did Winnipeg and Brandon get? Nothing. I guess our team must have been fighting with said Ginnell: "This is not the National League and a fine is utterly ridiculous. If this is the way it's going to continue, I might as well hire a coach.... I've got enough to do as owner and manager of the club." Commenting on the charge' that he lack- ed control of his club, Ginnell said: "I've coached teams for nine years and I've got about 50 guys playing in the National League I must be able to control something." He said the club did not experience problems with fighting when "we play the good clubs like Regina and Saskatoon." He added that in terms of forming a new league with the B.C. members of the WCHL "Kelowna would draw as, well as Winnipeg would here in Victoria." Monday, Ginnell told Chynoweth he would pay the fine today but also would appeal the fine immediately. Earlier, the Victoria coach had refused to pay the fine. He said his decision to pay the fine was made "mainly for the players and a large following that the Cougars have built up in Victoria." Chynoweth also has ordered a three game suspension for Ginnell and a six game suspension for Victoria defenceman Kim Clackson. The Cougars are scheduled to play the Kamloops Chiefs here tonight. Late victory for Kings EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton Oil Kings scored two goals 20 seconds apart in the last three minutes of play to salvage a 5-4 victory over Winnipeg Clubs in the Western Canada Hockey League Mon- day night. Doug Lecuyer tied the game at 4-4, capitalizing on a penal- Hotelmen defeat Herman's 1-0 More than 200 people were on hand Sunday to watch the battle of the giants in Lethbridge and District Broomball League action. Lethbridge Hotel ran their season's record to 12 -1 -1 and opened up a three point margin between themselves and Herman's Upholstery when they edged Herman's crew 1 0 in an exciting game. Ron Low was the hero for the Hotel as he picked up a pass from Eugene Yarnada and blasted it home past goalie Vic Willms from 30 feet out for the only goal of the game with less than 10 minutes remaining to play. Leo Matteotti chalked up Judokans do well at Calgary The Lethbridge judo club traveled to Calgary over the weekend and picked up two first place finishes in a tour- nament held at the YMCA. Steven Tsujiro captured the 120 pound class and Wayne Tsukishimo came out on top in the 135 pound division. Daren Tabo and Niel Pomahac earned second place finishes in the 70 pound and 80 pound classes respectively. Ken Tsukishimo, Bobby Coin, Blain Takata, Allan Tsukishimo and Clint Johnson all picked up third place finishes during the tour- nament. the shutout victory for the Hotel. Herman's record now stands at 9 4 -1, with the loss Sunday being their first one of the .season. J and L Roofing scored four consecutive goals after trail' ing 2 0 for much of the game to defeat Southern Signs 4-2. Dennis Bogusky, Tom Boychuk, Dwayne McKnight and Dennis Perverziff scored for the winners while, Jim Corey fired home both goals for the losers. Bob Blair recorded his first shutout of the year as the Miner's Library blanked the Knight Clubbers 2 0. Kerry Bahak and Henry Fehr scored for the Library. Gary Jellum, Peter Mainzer, Roger Rombough and Chris Kolodziej all scored a goal apiece as Ace Building defeated the Lethbridge Correctional Institute 4-1. Phil Dust Horn replied for the Institute. Shaughnessy, behind the shutout goaltending of Frank Kocsinko, defeated the Eagles 2 0. Rudy Fleischhauer and Tony Wolak scored for the winners. Jaycee Jets ran into a stub- born City Hall Gangster team and managed to come out on the long end of a 2 -1 score. Bill Ressler and Robert Ber- savak scored for the Jets while Brent Kozak replied for the Gangsters. Gus Fomradas antl Roger McAdafn continue to dominate the individual scor- ing race with 31 points apiece, with Fomradas the league's leading goal scorer with 21. "The Herald" Sports UETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lwnr LwtJ 7ft I PhOM HOME AND OFFICE SAFES ty to Winnipeg defenceman Joey Girarern for using an il- legal stick. Robin Sadler scored on a 20 foot backhand with the game winner at and Ted Olson, Rocky Maze and John Phillips scored the other Edmonton goals. tarry Skinner with two, and Steve Plouffe and Dave Marion with one each, scored for Winnipeg. Murray Bannerman in the Winnipeg nets was peppered with 42 shots while.Brad Hall, who played the first two periods, and Doug Soetaert, faced 29 Winnipeg shots. Edmonton took five of nine minor penalties and Kevin McCarthy of Winnipeg receiv- ed a misconduct for disputing the illegal stick penalty to Girarern at of the last period. He also was handed a game misconduct at when he continued to dispute the call from the penalty box. EDMONTON 5 WINNIPEG 4 First period: 1. Edmonton, Olson (Currie, Will) 2. Winnipeg, Skinner {Blumenscnein, Greenbank} 3. Winnipeg, Ploulfe (Lash, Allan) Penalties None. Second period: 4. Skinner (Marion, McCarthy) 5. Edmonton, Maze (McDonald, Perkins) 6. Edmonton; Phillips (McDonald) 7. Winnipeg, Marion (Skinner, Blumenschein) Penalties Johnslon E Olson E Sadler E Third period: 8. Edmonton, Lecuyer (Maze, McDonald) .9. Edmonton, Sadler Penalties Sutton W, Olson E Girarern W, McCarthy W (misconduct) Giarern W Blumenschein W McCarthy (game misconduct) Sadler E Shots on goal by Winnipeg 9 10 Edmonton 10 19 Goaltenders Bannerman, Win- nipeg; Hall, Soetaert, Edmonton. Attendance: 664. Trying the'Digger'hats Joe Frazier, left, and Jimmy Ellis try on a pair of "Digger" hats. The two will fight in Melbourne, Australia, March 2. Falcons will draft first, Bartowski in Atlanta now NEW YORK (AP) -It's a great year for linemen and linebackers, but all-America quarterback. Steve Bartkowski was expected to be the No. 1 selection today when the National Football League opened its annual two- day draft of college players. "I think Atlanta and the South are the places to play Bartkowski said Monday shortly before he left the University of California and flew to Atlanta to attend a news conference today. "They take the game se- riously and the fans have en- thusiasm, as I learned from trips to Gainesville, Fla., and Mobile, Ala. I look forward to playing with the Falcons." And the Falcons look forward to having the drop- back passer, who broke Craig Morton's single-season California passing record by throwing for yards, including 12 touchdowns. "He's the best to come along since (New England quarterback) Jim says Tom Braatz, Atlanta's player personnel director. If Bartkowski is the No. 1 pick, he will be the first quar- terback to achieve the honor since New England picked Plunkett in 1971. The last three No. 1 picks were defensive Trottier third BALD SO IS Al Salut cowed, he feels belter... because he looks better ...with hair again. NATURALLY-ROOTED, IN A PATENTED FLEXl-BASC SECONDS TO PUT ON (Without TOTALLY SECURE f EASY TO CARE FOH...COM8S LIKE YOUR OWN HAIR! YMI il to If? Mff PfM SIR ESCORT 101 THE HALLMARK OF QUALITY HAIR. HtPlACtMEHTS________ SASKATOON (CP) Mel Bridgman, Don Murdoch and Bryan Trottier might be leading the individual categories in the Western Canada Hockey League scor- ing race but the last week belonged to Danny Lucas. Lucas, the super 16 year old of the Victoria Cougars scored eight goals and added one assist during three games to vault from seventh to fourth place in the point der- by. Lucas' totals include 40 goals third best in the league, and 40 assists for 80 points. Bridgman, a linemate of Lucas in Victoria, still leads in points with 106 on 43 goals and 63 assists. Nine points behind Bridgman is Medicine Hat Tigers' Don Murdoch, who tied the league record for goals by a rookie with his league leading 57th of the season Saturday against Saskatoon Blades. Former Blade Ron Fairbrother set the record during the 1967-68 season. Fairbrother set his mark in 53 games while Murdoch has fired his 57 goals in just 44 games. Trottier of Lethbridge Bron- cos leads in assists with 64, in- cluding eight in his last two games. Trottier is third in points with 93. Saskatoon's Bill Oleschuk maintained his supremacy among goal tenders who have played more than minutes. LEAGUE LEADERS S A P Pirn Bridgman, Vic 43 63 106 132 Murdoch. Med. Hat 57 40 97 31 Trottier. Lettl 29 64 93 57 Lucas. Vic..... ...-40 40 80 42 Faulkner. Regina.. 38 41 79 32 Morris, Vic 31 48 79 90 Blight. Brandon 37 38 75 38 Ashby, Calgary 33 42 75 42 Gassolf. Kamloops 33 41 71 185 Tidey, Leth 32 41 73 52 Federko, Sask 26 47 73 24 Dame's Walt Patulski by Buffalo in 1972, Tampa's John Matuszak by Houston in 1973, and Tennessee State's Ed (Too Tall) Jones by Dallas last year. Bartkowski is rated the best of a slim quarterback crop. But there is no shortage of linemen and linebackers. "This is the best crop of linemen and linebackers says coach John North of New Orleans Saints.. "It's the top year for line-, backers since I've been' in the said' Cincinnati scouting director Pete Brown, mentioning 230-pound- Robert Brazile of Jackson, Miss., State as "the finest I've seen in three years." Atlanta, which originally was supposed to pick No. 3, acquired the No. 1 choice in a trade with Baltimore Colts last Thursday. The Falcons gave up six-year offensive tackle George Kiinz and their own first-round pick in ex- change for Baltimore's No. 1 pick plus the Colts' sixth- round pick. The Colts and New York Gi- ants finished with 2-12 records, worst in the NFL. However, the Giants traded their first-round pick to Dallas in midseason for Morton and Baltimore won the coin flip with the Cow- boys, winning the choice they eventually swapped to Atlan- ta. After the Falcons draft Bar- tkowski, the Cowboys were expected to go for 255-pound defensive end Randy White of Maryland. Following the picks by At- lanta and Dallas, the Colts draft third, followed by Chicago, Cleveland and Gene Littler in second spot WASHINGTON (AP) Gene Littler's victory in the Bing Crosby National pro am during the weekend pushed him into second place behind Johnny Miller on the pro golf tour money winning list. The PGA Tournament Players Division announced Monday that the first prize at Pebble Beach, Calif., Sunday sent Littler's earnings for the season to Houston. The Oilers will use Kansas City's firstround pick acquired in the John Matuszak-Curley Gulp swap. The rest of the opening round, in order: New Orleans, San Diego, Los Angeles using Green Bay's choice, San Francisco, Los Angeles again, using Philadelphia's choice, New York Jets, Detroit, Cincinnati, Houston, New England, Denver, Dallas, Buf- falo, Los Angeles, St. Louis, San Diego with a pick obtain- ed from Washington, Miami, Oakland, Minnesota, and, finally, the Super Bowl cham- pion Pittsburgh Steelers. The 26 NFL teams will draft 442 players in 17 rounds. Clipper Queen tournament set The annual Lethbridge Collegiate Institute's Girl's In- vitational Basketball Tournament will take place Friday and Saturday. Eight teams, including the host LCI Clipper Queens, are entered in the tournament. Other teams entered include the Marian Blues from Regina, St. Joseph's Ceinahs, of Grande Prairie, Crescent Heights from Medicine Hat, Mount Baker Trojanettes from Cranbrook, B.C., Bishop Carroll of Calgary, M. E. Lazerte of Edmonton and the Winston Churchill Griffins of Lethbridge. The games will get under way Friday at p.m. with Regina Marian taking on Grande Prairie St. Joseph's. Other games opening day pit Bishop Carroll against Cranbrook at Winston Churchill at Medicine Hat at and Edmonton against the LCI Clipper Queens in the final game at 9 p.m. Friday's four games will be followed by six more on SatOfr- day. The opening game Saturday will be a.m., with games following at a.m., noon, the consolation event at 7 p.m. and the final at p.m. Medicine Hat Crescent Heights Chinooks will be making their first appearance at the tournament and have a 11-1 record thus far this season. The host Clipper Queens have won their own tournament three times and presently have a 13-3 record this year. Connie Frouws, Barb Payne and Cindy Cann are among-the leaders on the Clipper Queens but they will also be looking to Cathy Fraser, Sherry Groves, Myrna Allert and Debbie Wakelen to help bring them their fourth championship. Despite their tiny school population, 126, the Grande Prairie 'Ceinahs have an amazing record in basketball. Last year they reached the finals in the tournament, losing out to the Clipper Queens and they currently have an 11-0 record this year. Mount Baker Trojans bring a 10-2 record to the tournament while Regina's Marian girls have a 9-1 record. Both teams look to be tough for whoever comes up against them. M. E. Lazerte are the defending 4A provincial champions, having defeated the Clipper Queens in the Alberta cham- pionships last year. Bishop Carroll of Calgary is listed among the tournament favorites. The ideal matchup would of course be the Clipper Queens and the Winston Churchill Griffins in the final game Saturday. And you can bet that both Lethbridge teams will be doing their best to reach that final game. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon ...25 12 Lethbridge ..20 19 20 24 18' 25 11 27 ..10 31 Regina Brandon FlinFlon Winnipeg Minor hockey roundup I How KM U, IHM Imkvo. I Name...................................................... Address................................................... VIKIHO HAIRSTYLISTS 111 Ml Slmt South AttMrti Phorw 317-0150 Rod Tomita fired home the remarkable total of seven goals Sunday to lead the Voyageurs to a 15-0 victory over the Kainai Pee Wees in a Big Sky League contest. Tony Pontarollo and Greg Horon added two goals apiece to the total while single goals came from Tim Rohobie, Robert Brown, Ken Gilbert and Wayne Smith. Ron Moline and Byron Dudley shared the shutout vic- tory in the Voyageurs' net. Bruce Kostelansky scored two goals and Sheldon Jesson, Daryl Robertson and Mark Shebel scored one apiece as. the Vikings, defeated the Flyers 5-1 in Pee Wee action. Gerry" Vangal scored the lone Flyer marker. In a Pee Wee exhibition game Saturday the Vikings defeated Cardston 5-1. Ken Bradley, Darren Seibel, Frank Popson, Daryl Robertson and Bruce Kostelanksy scored for the winners. The Cardston goal scorers name was un- available. barrel Yakulic picked up the shutout as the Labor Club Bees defeated the Nationals 2- 0 in Midget play. Calvin Logan and Ron Opyr were the goal scorers. WAYNEANDERSON Kodiaks host 'Hat Wednesday Lethbridge Communi- ty College Kodiaks and Kodiettes will be busy Wednesday, Friday and Saturday hosting con- ference basketball games. Wednesday's games are against the Medicine Hat Antelope and Kudas. The Kodiettes take on the Kudas at and the Kodiak Antelope game' follows at The Kodiaks, who are returning from a three game road trip through Oregon and Idaho, are currently standing 8-0 in league play. The Kodiettes are enjoying one of their best seasons ever, sporting a 7-1 record thus far. Wayne Anderson, who is coming off a strong performance on the road trip, is expected to be a key board man for the Kodiaks while Shirley Yuill, second in the conference scoring race, will be the gal the Kodiettes will be look- ing to for scoring punch. Friday both teams take on NAIT and Satur- day, afternoon Grant MacEwan college will be in town. A Pis 8 235 167 58 4 197 200 44 3 177 192 43 6 195 228 42 7 160 254 29 8 163 275 28 Western Division Victoria .....34 11 4 298 181 72 MedHat.....29 12 3 248 161 61 Kamloops ...25 15 4 213 171 54 New West ...22 15 10 413 186 54 Edmonton ...19 17 6 203 183 44 .Calgary ......7 32 7 158 262 21 Tuesday Lethbridge at Saskatoon Kamloops at Victoria Calgary at Medicine Hat ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pts Spruce Grove32 12 0 274 174 64 Drumheller ..30 11 0 223 173 60 Calgary .....24 17 0 259 201 48 Taber.......21 24 0 270 243 42 Red Deer....19 23 1 180 208 39 The Pass___ 1 40. 1 122 329 3 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F A Pis Quebec .....29 16 0 192 146 58 Toronto .....24 19 2 193 171 50 Edmonton ...22 16 2 151 135 46 Vancouver...21 21 2 136 141 44 Winnipeg-....18 21 2 156 141 38 Eastern Division New Eng.....25 19 2 157 163 52 Cleveland ...19 24 2 126 147 40 Chicago.....17 27 1 152 178 35 India'pOlis ...10 33 3 104 191 23 Western Division Houston .29 14 201 130 58 Phoenix.....23 18 6 163 152 52 San Diego...23 19 1 149 142 47 Minnesota ...23 20 0 177 146 46 Baltimore.... 13 29 3 109 183 29 SCORING LEADERS: G A P Pirn Hull, W............ 41 33 74 19 S. Berhier. Q...... 35 37 72 54 Lund. H........... 25 41 66 40 Lacroix, SD........ 20 43 63 43 Nilsson. W......... 14 43 57 53 Walton, M......... 30 26 56 26 Hlnse, H........... 23 30 53 6 Dillon, T............ 17 35 52 14 G. Howe, H........ 19 32 51 58 F. Hughes. H...... 31 19 50 30 Tremblay, Q....... 11 37 48 10 31 1647 34 Rivers, SD......... 28 19 47 22 NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F A Ptl Phlla........30 10 7 168 101 67 Rangers ..25 13 9 196 149 59 Atlanta......21 19 9 136 138 51 Islanders 17 12 157 132 48 Smytne Division Vancouver...25 19 5-168 154 55 Chicago.....24 20 4 ie1 137 52 St. Louis ....18 7 149 169 43 Minnesota ...12 27 6 122 198 30 Kansas C. ...10 32 5 117 201 25 Norris Division Los Angeles 27 8 164 101 67 Montreal ....27 9 13 227 140 67 Pitts.........19 18 10 192 180 48 Detroit ......12 26 8 133 183 32 Wash........ 4 40 5 103 254 13 Adams Division Buffalo......31 10 7 211 147 69 Boston......25 13 10 219 147 60 Toronto .....17 24. 7 162 193 41 Califor.......1230 913819933 MONDAY'S HOCKEY National Boston 3 Kansas City 3 World New England 2 Cleveland 0 Central Dallas 5 Salt Lake City 5 Western Canada Edmonton 5 Winnipeg 4 Saskatchewan Junior Moose Jaw 6 Humboldt 5 Estevan 6 Notre Dame 4 O.C. SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE FA Cup Fourth Round Derby 2 Bristol R 0 Derby at home to Leeds or Wimbledon SCOTTISH LEAGUE FA Cup Third Round Montrose 0 Hamilton 0 STANDINGS W T Leth Hotel............12 l Herman's Uphol. 9 J L Roofing ........10 Shaughnessy......... 7 Miner's 6 Ace Building.......... 6 Eagles 6 Jaycees Jets.......... 5 Southern Signs....... 4 Knight Clubbers 4 Leth. Corr. Inst.....'... 1 Cith Hall Gang........ 1 L Ptl 1 25 1 22 2 22 3 18 4 16 5 15 7 13 7 12 8 10 B 10 1 12 3 0 13 2 a hold of our new snowfifes. The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. fltf Tst S 327 6886 or 327-4445 ;