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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta M. W4 TMi UTNWHOOI HUIALO 11 Track stars get rude awakening CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z. (CP) Canada's track and field team descended abruptly from Cloud Nine at the Com- monwealth Games today but the shooters still were up in the stratosphere. Sacked Shack Eddie Shack of Toronto Maple Leafs grimaces to show off the new look he received from the stick of Bob Gasoff of the St. Louis Blues last Saturday night. Shack wound up with a bruised and lacerated eye and cheek and he lost a tooth. Welterlich on their way, running away with league Defending champion Welterlich are well on their way to another City Men's Broomball League pennant title as they chalked up win number 15 at the Civic Centre Sunday night. The league-leaders have yet to taste a loss this season and hold a commanding lead in the standings with 30 points. Herman's Upholstery follow in second with 24 points while Lethbridge Hotel and the Red Devils share third with 18 points apiece. Meanwhile Welterlieh registered an easy 8-1 win over Ace Building to keep their winning streak intact. Gus Fomradas led the powerful league-leaders with a hat-trick while John Vaselenak and Nick Deneky added two apiece. The league's individual scoring leader, Tom Beresnak Canadian team at 1974 Games Badminton Men s singles Jamie Paulson, Toronto won semi-final game Women s doubles Judy Rollick and Mimi Nilsson Vancouver, lost semi-final game Lawn Bowling Singles Neil Salkeld, Caledonia, Ont won ninth-round game, lost in 10th round of round-robin competition Pairs James Macaulay Lachme, Que and Edward Franklin, Chateauquay, Que had ninth round bye lost in 10th round Fours Ronald Jones and George Robbms London, Ont, and Graham Jarvis Vancouver and John Miller, Belleville, Ont, had ninth-round bye, won 10th-round game Shooting Free Pistol Dr Jules Sobrian Omemee Ont, won gold medal Don Hanford Calgary, fourth Full bore rifle Alain Marion Hull, Que fifth after second stage, Edson Warner Lennoxville, Que 12th Track and Fltld Women s 100 metre hurdles Elizabeth Damman Kitchener, Ont. fourth m semi-final, qualified for final, Wendy Taylor, Abbotsford, B C sixth in semi-final, eliminated Women's 200 metres Marjone Bailey, Vancouver, fourth in final, Paul Loverock, Vancouver, eighth Women s 800 metres Maureen Crowley, Vancouver, sixth in final Women s long jump Brenda Eisler, Burnaby, B C, qualified for final Diane Jones, Saskatoon, failed to qualify Men's 200 metres Robert Martin, Pans, Ont sixth in semi-final, eliminated Men's high jump Claude Ferragne Montreal won bronze medal John Beers Merritt B C. fourth, John Hawkins Courtenay, B C fifth RUNS FAST MILE FARGO, N.D. (AP) Former North Dakota State runner Mike Slack ran an in- door mile in in an in- door track meet at North Dakota State Saturday night. Roundup of bowling scores While Dr. Julw Sobrtan of Omemee, Ont., picked up the third Canadian gold medal in four shooting events in the free pistol event, a seemingly endless prucesiion of Australian, Kenyan, English and Jamaican athletes buried Canada's hopes on the track. It was the second medal in two days for Sobrian, who took the silver behind Rev. William Hare of Renfrew, Ont., in the rapid-fire pistol Monday. The 38-year-old physician won silver and bronze medals in the 1966 Games at Kingston, Jamaica. Together with an earlier victory by Harry Willsie of Montreal in skeet, that gave the Canadians a near- Scotty Bowman really upset, all-star club under strength aided with a solo effort while Fred Anderson replied for Ace Building. In another league match, Angelo Mauro tallied twice and led the Lethbridge Hotel to a 3-0 shutout over the Knight Clubbers. Teammate Roger McAdam tallied the other lone marker scored. Local 740 picked up their fourth victory of the season by stopping the Fire Department 2-0. Art Guenther and Kim Gruninger notched a goal each for the winners. The Jaycees came up with a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Red Devils. Larry Veres managed to notch the lone goal scored in the game. Herman's Upholstery came up with a narrow 1-0 decision over Southern Signs. Sig Majchrzak fired in the only goal registered while Vic Willms recorded his twelfth shutout in the nets. In the final game staged Sunday night, Sunburst Ceramics earned a 3-1 win over the Lethbridge Correctional Institute Mavericks. Bob MacMann, Barry Lust and Bill Ressler tallied for the winners while I. Holysinger replied for the Mavericks Meanwhile the CMBL board of directors will hold an important meeting at the Civic Sports Centre Wednesday night. The meeting for all the managers in the league will get underway at seven o'clock in Room 1. CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Gertrude Gretzinger 257. Mary Ann Ferner 252. Joan Milton 269 Tilly Roberts 257, Kay Davison 290 Sydney Ripley 270 Adrienne McKeever 270, Carol Daye 323 Verna Volden 262 Gail Lewicki 259 Linda Kish 268 (678) MARTINIZINQ Bonnie Stlmatz 259. Men Dually 256, Mary Thomson 261 Freida Boulton 250 (682) Arlene Niemel 282 (684) Pat Henderson 314 Jen Hegi 291 Pat Leclaire 253 (6761 Judy Tamayose 263 Masa Goshinmon 261, Jeanette Smeed 269 (744) HOLIDAY BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Len Milner 227. Nick Bianctii 230, Bob Clark 238 Jim Arthur 242, Arvid Oseen 248, Vi Cuell 234. Walter Baker 257 Marry Chapman 238. Hialnan Nelson 232 Kathleen Bernhart 223 amiN'B SHOM Kim Kovacs 315 Mills 303 John Rernpel 358 Sam Otrard! 307 Sid Pollock 293 Linda Mateomson 275 Violini 368 Marian Toltoy 275 Joan JOrtoi 285, CWna Smith 335 332 Anrw CnarWi 277 CJOC Dennis Foder 272 Eleanor Fenton 293 (678) Bob Fenton 298 Jim McPike 259 Grace McPike 286 (704) Edith Voth 313 Brent Seely 259 Bias Sawilla 277 (724) Kathy Mueller 263, Leon Checkryn 313 (755) Katie Bernhart 269 (746) MAJOR CLASSIC TRIPLES Hugh Christie 301, Norm Tolley 289 (1039) Jean Christie 318 (1086) Bob Costanzo 339 Kim Kovacs 305 Jack Smeed 226 (1036) Steve Gangur 308 Melanie Wilson 319 Ken King 318 (1132) Steve Pedersen 306 (1125) DAIAY OUEEN Mope Ferguson 228 May Kunsman 228 Hazel Wolle 235, Bernice Hay 258 Gailyn Pedersen 243 Marge McLauqhlin 241 Erma McGurp 271 Eleanor Holroyd 235 Mary Ward 223 Helen Rosselti 287 SIMPSONS-SEARS Kay Goshmman 248 Marlene Stasiuk210 Vic Bawel 213, Allan Bird 249 Loretta Karbonik 237 Laurie Coupland 218, Ern Davis 219 Jack Unterescher 275, Ed Rossetti Helen Rossetti 227, Jerry Elterrrmn 243 ALCON Eva Link 228 SntrMy 256, Ellas Sawilta 261, Ruth Aldott 330 (843) Albert BUM 253. Perry 239, Oennij Matton 249. Sandy Brady 2S7. Jack TremMAy 224, Rick Bruges 282 BENDIX Garth Barr 268 (726) Dave Hewitt 227 Dave Nelson 295 Hana Snicer 232 Robert Stanko 283 (701) Galen Harris 245, Don Bessie 245 Karen Brogarrd 240. Jack Brown 253 HOLIDAY VILLAGE Ethel Styner 252, Beth Flak 277 Lois Aucom 274 Irene Lynde 283 (741) Laurie Blasetti 266, Dena Smith 252, Maria Jokuly 251 Marg Besselmg 257 Pat Plomp 276 (692) Betty HObbS 240 WILSON JR. HIGH Ed Gertenbuhler 179 Merlyen Bunnage 233 Myrna Renfrew 182, Rod Houghton 193 Rob Emerson 221 Randy T'echroeb 204 Bill Todd 240 Bob Rapuano 194 Brad Poch 199 Shelly Wolyson 179 Ken Jang 181 C.H.E.C. Steve Ramais 274. Glenys Gerstenbiiper 231, Allan Brown 257 Elaine Brown 253, John Schaalje 257, Frma Schaalje 246, Rayrrta Frache 239, Peter Milnzer 247, Dan KlyMrchuk 236, Stan Dtwar 282, Terry Prusak 250. Donna Highway 241 C.P.R. SOCIAL Orly Cerney 272, Janice Johnson '255. Roberta Vanderzee 670, Charkwn Oberg 242, Ptte Canan 264, CMaft Schweitzer 264. Bunny Maiorwy Alma Williams 249. Tom Archbow 248. Dtck Wnmwr 240 CHICAGO (CP) If the National Hockey League's 27th annual all-star game provides as much action as the pre-game verbal sniping, tonight's contest should be an exciting one. More than fans are expected to jam Chicago Stadium for the clash between the East and West Division all-stars that will be televised across Canada by the CBC starting at p.m. MST. Coach Scotty Bowman of Montreal Canadiens, pilot of the East Division team, and manager-coach Emile Francis of New York Rangers, were the chief verbal adversaries Monday. Bowman, chagrined by the loss of at least five key players through injuries, accused Francis of withholding player reinforcements for his team. Francis lambasted Bowman for what he called an effort to embarrass the Rangers hockey club and said the East Division coach has "diarrhea of the mouth." Meanwhile, Billy Reay of Chicago Black Hawks, who will guide the West Division team, has no injury problems. Reay said right-winger Bill Goldsworthy of Minnesota North Stars is the only doubtful starter on his 20-mati roster. Goldsworthy injured a knee Sunday night and Reay said he would go with 19 men if neces- sary. Bowman has added defen- cemen Larry Robinson of Montreal and Jim McKenny of Toronto Maple Leafs and forward Red Berenson of Detroit Red Wings to complete his 20-man squad. Bowman said Robinson and McKenny were added when Carol Vadnais of Boston Bruins and Swedish-born Bjorne Salming of Toronto were not available. Berenson agreed to play after centre Darryl Sittler of the Leafs and right-winger Rod Gilbert of New York Rangers declined invitations to appear. Defencmen Jocelyn Guevre- mont of Vancouver Canucks was added after Guy LaPointe of Montreal and Bobby On- of Boston were injured in Satur- day and Sunday games respec- tively. Bowman, who was allowed to add eight additional players to the 12 selected in a poll of Professional Hockey Writers' Association members, earlier lost defenceman Serge Savard and centre Jacques Lemaire, both of the Canadiens, also due to injuries. Bowman selected Henri Richard of the Canadiens as one replacement. Centre Gilbert Perreault of Buffalo Sabres, one of Bow- man's eight fill-ins, also bowed out because he had not fully recovered from a broken Bowman said he asked Francis last week for Gilbert or centres Walt Tzacuk and Jean Ratelle But Francis said he told Bowman that Gilbert was having back problems "He (Bowman) didn't think it appropriate to pick any Ranger for a Francis said. "If he wanted these players so badly, why didn't he take them among his eight additions? I think he just tried to embarass our hockey club right from the start." Bowman said his choice of the additional eight players was made on the basis that each of the eight East Division clubs must, under NHL regulations, have one representative on the team He said he had added such players as right winger Mickey Redmond from Detroit, defenceman Denis Potvin of New York Islanders and right winger Bobby Schmautz of Vancouver to round out the division's rep- resentation. Bowman said veteran forward Ed Westfall of the Islanders also was in the fill- in group because, if necessary, he could be used as an extra defenceman. The divisional confrontations began in 1969, The East has a 3-1-1 record with the West winning 2-1 in 1971 and the 1969 contest ending in a 3-3 tie. The NHL decided that if tonight's game fails to produce a winner, the two teams will play 20-minute overtime periods until a tie- breaking goal is scored. JUST PUTTIN4 MY COAT ON, PSRCV GO AN1'AVE A NATTER ABOUT MY ARREARS OVER A COUPLE IN THE AIR -THESE, AVORNIN'S XDU'RE RKJHT- THE FIRST REAL TOUCH OF WINTER IS ALWAYS National League studies proposed peace with WHA CHICAGO (CP) The Na- tional Hockey League's board of governors will continue study of its proposed peace with the rival World Hockey Association today. NHL president Clarence Campbell said Monday night an afternoon session between the owners of the 16 clubs had not resolved any differences concerning the draft of a peace agreement. The NHL and WHA had been given until Jan. 31 by Judge A. Leon Higgenbotham of Philadelphia to work on an out-of-court settlement on the WHA's 950 million litigation against the established NHL. Campbell said he could not give a personal opinion on how the meeting progressed and it might be misleading if he at- tempted to project any decision the governors could reach today. "I said last week I thought it would go without Campbell said, "but I'm not as confident as I was before coming here." The league president refused to disclose which governors remained opposed to the agreement which would see the NHL pay the million legal fees accrued by the WHA in its suits against the NHL. On another front, Campbell said the NHL governors had agreed for the league to acquire California Golden Seals from owner Charles 0. Finley for He felt hopeful that the Cali- fornia franchise problem might be resolved within the SANDERSON OUT BOSTON (AP) Derek Sanderson, flamboyant centre of the Boston Bruins, suffered a broken bone in his left foot in a National Hockey League game Saturday night against New York Islanders at Union- dale, N.Y., x-rays showed Sunday. next few days. Each of the 15 other NHL teams will contribute to the purchase price of the Seals by the league. Campbell said if agreement Longhorns at home Lethbridge Longhorns have a score to settle with Calgary Canucks in Alberta Junior Hockey League action, 11-3. Canucks thrashed the locals last Thursday when the Longhorns made the trip to the Cowtown and will be looking to consolidate their hold on second place with another win over the Longhorns. The game is set for eight o'clock at Henderson Ice Centre. Longhorns, while not out of the playoff picture completely, are looking to vacate the league cellar as they trail Drumheller Falcons by six points. of a draft settlement is reached by the governors, it does not indicate in any way a merger with the new league. "If you're going to call it something, 'peace' will describe it as well as he said. If no agreement is reached, Campbell said the Philadelphia judge had set trial date for the litigation for March 18. He also said that a possible settlement might come any time up to that date, but that lawyers for both parties still would be required in court Jan. 31. Major areas of the agreement already agreed to by WHA trustees included at least IS exhibition games between NHL and WHA teams next September. Each league will recognize the other's contracts and permit inter- league trading of players who are waived out of their own league. The WHA, which has raided the NHL for player strength since its inception two years ago, also agreed to honor the NHL's new one-year option clause in the standard player's contract. monopoly in shooting, broken only by Australian housewife Yvonne Gowland in the smallbore rifle. A fourth gold appeared un- likely in the fullbore rifle, a three-day competition which ends Wednesday. After two days, Alain Marion of Quebec was fifth, behind two English- men, a Scot and a marksman from Northern Ireland. Edson Warner of Lennoxville, Que., was 12th. Buoyed by earlier victories in track and field, two by Jane Haist of Thprnhill, Ont, in the women's discus and shot put and a third by Yvonne Saunders of Guelph, Ont, in the 400 metres, the Canadian team had gone into today's action with high hopes. They had the three top-rated male high jumpers in the Commonwealth. And after Miss Haist's unexpected pair of victories, they were looking for upsets elsewhere. As things turned out, the only upset was in the high jump, where two Australians consigned the Canadians to third, fourth and fifth place. The winner was the second- string Aussie, Gordon Wind- eyer, who foiled the bid of vet- eran Laurie Peckham to win the event for the third time and broke his Games record with a leap of seven feet one inch. Peckham equalled the old mark, jumping a quarter- inch over seven feet and the Canadians, all seven-footers at home, fell short of the mark today. Claude Ferragne of Montreal took the bronze medal by clearing 6-11 Vz. John Beers of Merritt, B C, and John Hawkins of Courtenay, B.C., both managed Beers taking fourth place because of fewer misses. The establishment triumphed in most of the other events. Don Quarrie of Jamaica and Raelene Boyle of Australia both completed sprint doubles, as they had done in Edinburgh four years ago, by winning their 200-metre races. Petra Rivers of Australia was a repeat winner in the women's javelin and the Kenyans continued their dominance of distance races, John Kipurgat winning the 800 metres and Ben Jipcho adding the metres to his previous steeplechase crown. Jipcho got a spirited argu- ment from Brendan Foster of England, who chased him to the wire in near world-record time after leading him until the final turn. World Travel Service 7 Days-6 Nights GOLF TOUR to SAN DIEGO TIJUANA, MEXICO (doubto occupancy) TOUR1 LMVW Calgary Fob. 24lh TOUft J LMVM Calgary March 1711) For further Information mtnratlOfM contact and A.M.A. World Travel Service Phono 321-7M1 Kittens undefeated Lethbridge Catholic Central Kittens scored their third straight victory in the city high school girls' championship round-robin series over the weekend. The Kittens upended the Winston Churchill Griffins 28- 14 which gives them a 3-0 record along with the lead in the championship series which ends after each club has played one another twice. The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Clipper Queens sit in second with a 2-1 standing while the Griffins are in last winless in four starts Mickey Kinahan propelled her teammates to their win over the Griffins as she connected for as many points as the entire Winston Churchill Club 14. Gail Blanchard and Dianne Turner hooped six points apiece in a losing cause. 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