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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIDOE HERALD TuMday, March 12, 1974 St. Mary's win own tourney The annual Lethbridge St. Mary's Boys' Grade Seven Basketball Tournament was a complete success for the fith year in a row over the weekend. Eight teams took part in the two-day modified double knockout event which got underway Friday while concluding Saturday. The participating teams included Hamilton, Immanuel Christian, Paterson "A" and Taber St. Mary's, Wilson and Lethbridge St. Mary's "A" and "B" One of the reasons why the tourney was a complete success is that the St Mary's "B" captured the tourney title by defeating Hamilton 43-28 in the championship final. Taber St Mary's earned the consolation title by scoring a slim 16-14 win over Wilson while in other games Hamilton defeated St Mary's "A" 30-22, St Mary's "B" dumped Immanuel 29-18, Wilson edged Paterson "A" 21-19, Taber St. Mary's dropped Paterson "B" 14-8, St Mary's "A" whipped Wilson 30-14, Hamilton defeated Paterson "A" 17-8, Immanuel dumped Paterson "B" 26-16 and St Mary's "B" thumped Taber St Mary's 24- 15. Sinden doubts he'll ever play for Boston again Bruins have had it with Sanderson Suspended Boston Bruins suspended Derek Sanderson for the remainder of the season and the playoffs Monday. Sanderson, said to be in Los Angeles, was not avail- able for comment. BOSTON (AP) Controversial Derek Sanderson, known among National Hockey League fans for his free lifestyle and penalty killing ability is apparently through as a player for Boston Bruins. "I think if he's going to get back on the right track as a hockey player he's going to have to take the initiative said Harry Sinden, Bruins' general manager, in Chicago Monday where he was attending a meeting of NHL general managers. Sinden also said he doubted the six-year-veteran centre would ever play another game for the Bruins. The Bruins said Sanderson was suspended for the rest of the season and the Stanley Cup playoffs because of "conduct detrimental to the proper operation of the hockey team Published reports said Sanderson and team mate Terry O'Reilly had a scuffle before the Bruins 6-2 loss to the California Seals in Oakland Sunday night A club spokesman said Sanderson went by bus with the team to the Oakland airport for the return flight to Boston after the game, but he never boarded the plane Sanderson was reported to be in Los Angeles, but efforts by reporters to reach him failed "You don't suspend the average player just for missing a Weston Adams Jr Bruins' president, said He declined to comment further. Sinden said the suspension capped a series of incidents involving Sanderson which started before the season began "A great deal of what happened is due to the stupidity of the managing director of this Sinden said of himself. "I should have been smart enough to see this coming from very early in the year." Bob Woolf, Sanderson's attorney, blamed the 27-year- old player's trouble on management, and a personality conflict between Sanderson and Coach Bep Guidolin in specific. Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Roy LaValley 287, Tom Archbold 225, Nick Bianchi 269, Frank Bernhart 242. Hjalmar Nelson 262, Matt Bernhart 225. Edna Wutske 222, Bill Jensen 258. Betty Murtland 237, Ben Evanson 268, Jack Stacey 257 Norah Hofforth 248 Harry Chapman 241 CLASSIC TRIPLES Dianne Violmi 314 Kent Leishman 331 (1051) Ken King 339 (1114) Karlyn Spitzer 307, Jeanette Smeed 304 Linda Malcomson 344 Steve Pedersen 358 (1064) Hugh Christie 301. Norm Tolley 323 (1016) Jack Smeed 321 (1130) Jean Christie 358 Bob Costanzo 316 (1056) C.J.O.C. Jock Mulgrew 291 Jim Wright 315 (723) Sam Davison 280 (684) Frank Baceda 283, Erma McGuire 295 Wendy Thompson 278. Harry Garnck 261 Vicky Barfuss 253 Brent Seely 287 Neil Noble 277 CPR Alma Williams 247 Elaine Sinclair 260, Pete Canan 298 Dennis Oberg 268, Joan Sera 239, Dan Paskuski 222. Bob Anderson 316 Ella Anderson 254, Frank Szpulak 233, Rick Renouf 270, Jean Matchett 231 Irrna Oberg 228 CIVIL SERVICE Ceclle Komanac 260, Barry Tollestrup 267. Roy Sewers 250, Kathy Sewers 255, Keith McCurdy 381, Guila Bunnage 259 Bev Swaren 248 Mitz Wooldndge 243, Bill Craik 255, Bob Black 251 Lew Mills 240, Prokop 248. Alice Kolibas 251. Agnes Sinclair 306 Les Fisher 254 CHEC Steve Ramais 292, Elaine Brown 288 (774) Marion Nelson 232, Rayma Frache 280, Ernie Frache 270, Don Wardlaw 220 Terry Prusak 250, Bill Willis 262, Marilyn Dewar 273 CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Trudy Newmger 262, Marilyn Heaton 232, Didi Dongatti 235, Karen Taylor 247, Lil Erdos 253, Beth Leffmgwell 223. Dora Blue 231, Shirley Jans 327. Gloria Hyde 218, Mae Popma 214, Susan Reron 214 JUNIOR'S SHOP Ethel Stynpr 240 (683) Joanne Hegi 255. Miriam Givens 239, Margaret Cemuhni 242, Jean Passey 261 Mert Qually, 276 Helen Weets 278 Mary Negrey 244 Jen Hegi 244 Grace Vandyk 280 Eloise Ives 268 Karen Williams 239 LCC Valerie Serbu 293 Mary Lou Jobe 203. Wes Olson 240. Beryl Rempel 250 Andy Krajewski 271 Hilda Parker 239 GORDIES MEN Bob Thompson 272 Ed Henderson 284 Cec Beaudry 273 Ken Malcomson 297 Kim Kovacs 279 Dave Smeed 318 Jack Smeed 275 Morgan Sparks 320 Francis Higa 287 Wimp Nakamura 282, Nobby Tajiri 277 Wayne Montgommery 281 (717) SPEEDVS LADIES Grace Tolley 254, Jeanette Smeed 297 Grace Beard 245 Ev Ostroski 264, Aya Nakamura 242, Myra Malcomson 333 Marg Reid 257 Jean Larko 239, Gail Sarka 238, Betty Tavlor 236 ALCON Jack Tremblay 259 Shyrley Brooks 241 Gerry Garrau 247. Stella Chambers 236, Mimi Tremblay 224 Mel Perry 215, Elias Sawtlla 296, Nona Kirby 234 Albert Bleile 215. Brent Chambers 212 HOLIDAY VILLAGE Irene Lynde 249. Shirley Plontke 266. LOIS Aucom 247. Dena Smith 257 Laura Peake 273 Mitz Wooldndge 291. Rhonda Gier 236, Dorothy Hodges 272 Erma McGuire 297 Alma Tolley 235 VASA LODGE Bea Hanson 219. Doug Hegland 237, Ann Aim 234. Bud Grouette 238, Emery Field 227, Arvid Oseen 236, Leora Ness 262, Bob Hanson 273. Nick Bianchi 219 "Derek has not been in good favor with the management people in Boston the last few Woolf said. "He's very concerned with the .suspension. Again, it goes back to conflict with the coach. Everything that happened has been magnified." WANTS HEARING Woolf, who said the suspension could involve a "substantial amount of money for said he will ask for a hearing on the suspension, "and I'm hopeful that when tempers are calmer, we can work something out He added that action might be taken through the players' association Sinden said the club had considered trading Sanderson before the NHL deadline Sunday night "We didn't try, really, perhaps intently, as intently as we could he said "I felt he would snap out of it. There seemed to be a continual hangup betwedtphim and his coach." The Bruins were idle Monday night, but tonight they play host to Buffalo Sabres In other games, Toronto Maple Leafs visit St. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers play New York Islanders, and Detroit Red Wings go to Vancouver to play the Canucks. Five goals for Fleischhauer Rudy Fleischhauer chalked up six points and led the Red Devils to an easy 6-1 victory Bucks9 lead comfortable THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors have holds on first place but with different grips The Bucks' hold is a stranglehold after Milwaukee crushed Phoenix Suns 105-92 Monday night and took a Ka- game lead over Chicago Bulls in the Midwest division of the National Basketball Association The Bucks have seven games remaining and the Bulls have eight. Golden State Warriors' 120- 108 victory over Detroit Pistons raised their lead in the NBA's Pacific division to one game over Los Angeles Lakers But besides the division winners, two other teams in the Western Conference make it to the playoffs The other two clubs qualify on superior record, and at this stage Chicago and Detroit, both in the Midwest division, have the inside track. Therefore, whichever team maintains the upper hand between Los Angeles and Golden State, makes the playoff and the other probably faces elimination. In the American Basketball Association Monday night New York Nets outlasted the Indiana Pacers 124-117 in double overtime, and Virginia Squires scored a 102-91 victory over San Antonio Spurs. over Local 740 in City Broomball League action Sunday Fleischhauer was hot as he netted no less than five goals while assisting on the other tallied by team-mate Tony Wolak. Kim Grunninger averted the shutout for the Local 740. Meanwhile Herman's Upholstery also scored an easy win as they defeated Ace Building 4-1. Rudy Van Ryn, Gred Guenther, Walter Duda and Robert Meheden tallied singles for the winners while Dave Asplund replied for the losers.- Herman's were scheduled to play two games Sunday and after defeating Ace Building 4-1 they had to settle with a scoreless tie with the Lethbridge Hotel. Vic Willms registered the shutout for Herman's, which set a new record (16 shutouts) while Lou Matteotti earned a shutout in the Hotels' net. The Southern Signs scored a 3-1 victory over the Fire Department in another league game. George Fujikawa, Ben Schmold and Bob Van Tol notched single markers for the Sings while Bill Howes handled the scoring for the losers In the final two games staged Sunday, the Jaycees blanked the Lethbridge Correctional Institute 3-0 and Sunburst Ceramics dropped Knight Clubbers 2-0. Don Miles, Ron Fabbi and Larry Veres tallied single goals in the Jaycees' win while John Seaman and Eugene Yamada scored in Sunbursts' victory. Datum's new luxury number. Hew power: For 1974 our top-of-the line Datsun is equipped with a bigger overhead cam engine, and a 4-speed standard or optional 3-speed automatic transmission. New interior comfort: Fully reclining front bucket seats feature cloth inserts in sedan models for smart appearance and cool comfort in warm weather driving. For your convenience, we've added a clock to our dash. A new 610 option this year: Datsun's own air conditioning units. New safety: We've added an energy-absorbing bumper system to the 610's package of standard safety equipment that already includes power-assisted front disc brakes, independent rear suspension for better handling, tough unit body construction and fully retractable belts. Improved emission controls make the new 610 safer for the environment too. New continuous or intermittent operation windshield wipers improve rainy weather visibility. New Datsun economy: The 610's overhead cam engine was designed by the same team that enabled Datsun to claim better fuel economy than any other car sold in the United States, according to U.S. Government 1973 Environmental Protection Agency tests. Datsun saves. m IH remien HOMES! It's All Here Now! WE UNDERSTAND Buying a new mobile home is an important family decision. And it ought to be fun. PREMIER HOMES keep the fun in it, because PREMIER understands. Visit a PREMIER HOMES housing coun- sellor. Hell give you the honest help you need, and in lots of ways. You select your new home. PREMIER TAKES OVER FROM THERE Your new home delivered, all set up, you move m and no extra cost to you. And PREMIER doesn't forget you after the purchase. Each new mobile home warranteed for a full year of service you can count on. it's easy to buy from PREMIER, and you can buy with confidence. BE SURE TO VISIT PREMIER FIRST. It will pay you well. PREMER HOMES LTD. InMVwIny Wnl wl 3 Qilf dm 3294242 Test drive a 610, Datsun's new luxury number. It comes as a 4-door sedan, a hardtop and a 5-door wagon. all you really need h a DATSUN There are more than 1300 Datsun dealers in North America. Foreign Car (Lethbridge) Ltd. 1102-3rd South Alberta Tel: ;