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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, November 5, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Cutler tops in West, Sunter leader in East TORONTO (CP) Dave Cutler of Edmonton Eskimos won the Canadian Football League scoring title this season, but he lost his field goal record to Gerry Organ of Ottawa. Cutler scored 144 points on 32 converts, 34 field goals and 10 singles. His field goal total was two more than his record of 32 set last year, but Organ kicked 36. Ironically, while Organ was setting the field-goal mark he lost his scoring title in the Eastern Football title he had held for two years. Ian Sunter of Hamilton finished the season with 141 points on 22 converts, 35 field goals and 14 singles. Organ and Zenon An- drusyshyn of Toronto Argonauts finished tied for se- cond place with 134 points each. Ivan MacMillan of British Columbia Lions finished se- cond to Cutler in the Western Football Conference scoring race with 101 points. He pass- ed the 100-point plateau with two field goals and a single in the Lions' 15-7 loss to Ed- monton on Saturday night. His points made it the first year in which six CFL players have hit the century mark in scoring. The other player to reach 100 was kicker Don Sweet of Montreal Alouettes, who finished with 109 points, good for fourth place in the EFC. The former record of five was set in 1970 and equalled last year. Andrusyshyn won three indi- vidual categories: He was first in most yards punting, best punting average, 46.9 yards, and most singles punting, seven. Fullback George Reed of Saskatchewan Roughriders topped two categories: Best rusher, yards, and most carries. 288. Reed's rushing marked the 10th time in 11 years he has passed the plateau. In 12 seasons he has carried the ball times for yards, a CFL record. FINAL SCORING LEADERS WFC TD C FG S Pit 0 32 34 10 144 0 28 18 19 101 0 35 15 2 82 Cutler. E MacM'an. B.C. Berg. S McKee. W Harris. B C McFall. C Harrell, E ......10 Eley. B C 8 Scott. W........ 7 T Forzam. C 6 Thompson. S 6 EFC TD Sunter, H And hyn. T 0 20 15 14 79 12 0 0 0 72 0 17 17 71 60 48 42 36 36 C FG S PtB 0 22 35 14 141 0 22 32 16 134 Balazs shines Bob Balazs fired home four goals Monday night to lead the Knights of Columbus to a 7-2 victory over City Packers in Lethbridge Industrial Hockey League action. John Koshney added two more for the K of C club and Rick Bernard accounted for the remaining goal. Dan Bryksa scored both goals for the Packers Meanwhile in a weekend game Schwartz defeated Hamilton Floors 4-2. Randy Scoville, Rod Morrice. Kim Krammer and Ron Berland shared the scor- ing for the winners while Merle Pickett and Andy Mouro replied for Hamilton Floors. INDUSTRIAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Organ. O........ 0 19 36 Sweet M 0 32 24 0 0 0 0 Rodgers. M Dalla Riva. M Nixon. 0 Shufworth. T Bledsoe. W-O Jones. M Fleming. H Muller. T 134 109 66 48 42 31 30 30 30 30 W L K.C.'S Gas. 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Phone THOMAS Phone 329-3338 PINCHER CREEK TRAVEL CENTRE Bowling banter Ron Lancaster, Reed's teammate, led in passes thrown, 395, and most touchdown passes, 20. Braunstein over Smale in Evergreen VANCOUVER (CP) Terry Braunstein of Winnipeg took an early 4-1 lead and went on to a convincing 7-4 win over former British Columbia curl- ing champion Kevin Smale of Prince George Monday night in the championship game of the Evergreen Tourna- ment of Champions. The win was Braunstein's third of the day and his eighth in nine games dur- ing the 32 rink four day event. Braunstein's only loss was a 3-2 last rock deci- sion to reigning Canadian champion Hec Gervais of Ed- monton and it dropped Braunstein to B event from which he qualified for the final. The Braunstein rink won while Smale's picked up Third place went to defending champion George Fink of Calgary whose 12-6 win over John Trout of Ed- monton was worth Braunstein was named all star skip. Other members of the winning rink were Don Wiles, also the all star third, Bob Boughey at second and Stuart Manness at lead. LINDA MALCOMSON bowler-of-the-month At Holiday Bowl, the coveted bowler of the month award for October goes to Linda Malcomson who rattled the pins for a pair of standout performances she rolled 308 and an 843 triple in Young Adults and turned in a 338 and a pinfall of for four games in CFCN Triples to beat out several contenders for the crown men's bowler of the week is Roy Cunningham who missed a perfect 450 by a whisker with In other men's action, Neal Nishikawa led Young Adults with 316 and 739 and Frank Bernhart had 331 and 721 in Monday Golden Age other leaders were Shinob Tanaka 324 and 761 and Pete Berthiaume 340 in Knights of Columbus, Oscar Ludwig a 794 Leading the gals for the week were Cathy Copeland with 309 and 732 in Young Adults, Dianne Violini 336 and 804 in Knights of Columbus, Dena Smith 304 and 717 and Er'ma McGuire a 796 triple in Holiday Village, Flora Donate At Capri Bowl, Tak Katakami steps front and centre as the bowler of the month with a great perfor- mance in Canbra Foods he hit for a 980 triple with and 393 with the 980 and 393 both league highs for the year Dena Smith took the women's bowler of the week crown with a 332 and 813 in Green's Shoes and Matt Bernhart was a solid choice for the men's honors with 283 and 828 in Monday Senior Citizens, 283 pins over his average Gordies was led by Ken Larson with 335, Ray MacDonald 302 and 719 and In women's league play, Marilyn Tollin's 726 paced Monday Mixed, Joan Milton led Imperial Fashions with a 284, Cherye Obermeyer's had a 705 triple in Canbra Foods, Jean Burnett's 288 and a 745 by Sharon Davidson led Wednesday Coffee, Rose McNab was the star in Mar- tinizing with 326 and 771, Marg Big guns in Young Adults were Leslie Killins with 340 and 779, Kim Kovacs 317. Drew Plumpton 301 and 734 and Kevin Low 300 and Garry Lohuis 300 and 784 Along the YBC scene, best of the week were boys Kevin Prindle 228 and 432, Tom Miklos 240 and 425. Terry Kirschenman TAK KATAKAMI bowler-of-the-month a 420 in Commercial Men's he also had 342 and for four in CFCN Triples Jean Christie took the women's honors for the week with 330 and in CFCN and 308 and 741 in Alpine Drywall. alot of big outings in Commercial Men's again with Ken King sizzling with 348 and 916, Jack Smeed 312 and 807, Sig Dobler 342, Ed Hebert 316 and 886, John Schaalje 309 and 802, Les Dyke 328 and 853 and John Rempel 309 and 818. triple in Eagles, Cleas Schweitzer 306 and 797 in CPR and Steve Pedersen 313 and Les Dyke 323 and Ken Larson 331 and Bob Spitzer 345 and Ken Fred Milner in CFCN Triples. 286 in Speedys, Betty Hobbs 326 and 735 in Alpine, Janice Johnson 323 and 803 in CPR, Hilda Bianchi 279 in Monday Golden Age and Jean Passey 318 and 987, Karlyn Spitzer 013 and Dianne Violini with 967 for four in CFCN Triples. Jerry Mezei 301 Gunnar Holte's 266 was high in the Pioneer League with a 701 tri- ple by Wes Olson the best in LCC other men's leaders for the week were Gordon Besseling 295 in Winston Churchill. John Kovacs 348 and 766. Tom Baker 319 and 804 and John Rempel an 843 triple in Green's, Gus Moriyama 318 and Wimp Nakamura a 758 triple in JCCA, Henry Bechthold a 740 in Thursday Senior Citizens. Norm Guylai 318 and 835 in Thursday Mixed and George Snowdon 303 and 730 in Friday Mixed. Dyck had 307 and Jean Christie 745 in Green's. Masa Goshinmon 295 and 734 in JCCA. Linda Aspeslet 295 and 724 in NuMode Homes, Karen Taylor 298 in Sundquist Construction, Agnes McDonald 268 in Doug's, Didi Dorigatti 268 in Tuesday Coffee and Bea Salmon 268 in Higa's. k 183, Dean Hovey 160, Edwin Burwash 298 and 515, David Ross 191. Parry MacDonald 281 and 696, Andrew Albitson 271 and 645 and Mike Tolley 259 and 681 girls were led by Nancy Ferguson 166. Kim folley 258, Cathy Hamilton 235. Brenda Christie 267 and 601 and Cindy Pedrini 228 and 622. Minor football dinner all set The annual Lethbridge Minor Football League awards banquet-is planned for this Friday at in the main gym of the Civic Centre. Tickets, at a piece mav be obtained from ativ player or at the door Friday. Master of ceremonies for the event will be Alan Bell of CHEC Radio while guest speaker will be Alec Recsky. head trainer of the Calgary Stampeders football club LCC Kodiaks in action on weekend, will compete in Red Deer tourney By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer The LCC Kodiaks have four basketball tournaments on their schedule this month, the first one is Friday and Saturday at Red Deer. Besides the Red Deer tourney, the Kodiaks will be competing in the Cougar Classic at Calgary Nov. 15-16; at tourney in Spokane, Washington on the 22 and 23rd; and hosting their own President's Invitational on the 29th and 30th of this month. Kodiak coach Ben Brooks looks for an interesting tournament at the ACAC Pre-Season affair at Red Deer this weekend. His charges will start the proceedings against the NAIT team and coach Brooks looks at this game as one of the major hurdles in the tourney. "They will be he said, "and we also expect a fight from Mount Royal if we meet them in tourney play." The Kodiaks will be using the four tournaments as a means of solidifying their team in preparation for the opening of their Conference schedule at home on Dec. 6 against Carnrose Lutheran College. In looking ahead to league play, coach Brooks stated that he felt the calibre of the league would be vastly improved over last year, due mainly to the acquisition of many American ball players by some of the clubs. "Medicine Hat will definitely be stronger than last he said, pointing out that they have four American members on their team. "The Camrose team has also improved, in fact they are an extremely tall team, with only one man under six feet." The main hurdle the Kodiaks will face in league play will be the always tough Mount Royal squad. While the league has improved, coach Brooks feels his team have a good shot at repeating as Conference champions. Last year the Kodiaks dropped only one Conference game, and in the past three years have captured the Four-West title on two occasions. "The question of the strength of the other clubs lies with the talent they have acquired over the off-season, JOHN JASIVKIEWICZ ALPARD not with their team's height or the number of Americans on the team. Ability is the key, not size and coach Brooks said. The Kodiaks will travel to the United States fr.e times during their season which winds up early in March, for a series of exhibition encounters "We use the games against the American teams as a barometer. We can appraise the calibre of our team by playing this kind of competition as well as expose our players to the watchful eyes of U.S. coaches and the LCC coach stated. There are two American ball players on the LCC Kodiaks, Greg Hess and Curtis Travis, while the rest of the squad is comprised of Alberta boys, many from the Southern section of the province. Besides basketball the boys must also concentrate on their school work, as a 75% average is required to re- main on the team. Season tickets for Kodiak home games are still available at each and may be picked up by con- tacting Ben Brooks at the LCC. Canadiens humble Stars for fifth win of season MONTREAL (CP) Left winger Steve Shutt scored two third-period goals and assisted on another by Guy Lapointe as Montreal Canadiens skated to a 6-1 vic- tory over the inept Minnesota North Stars in National Hockey League play Monday night. Jacques Lemaire, Serge Savard and Henri Richard got the other Montreal goals with Lou Nanne spoiling Ken Dryden's shutout bid midway through the third period as he tipped in Fred Stanfield's shot from the point. The North Stars, who lost 10-1 to Boston Bruins Sunday night, managed 18 shots at Dryden, half of them coming in the second period. Montreal had 39 shots at Cesare Maniago and Fern Rivard who divided the Minnesota goaltending chores. The win brought Montreal's record to 5-5-2 for the year and left them four points behind first-place Los Angeles Kings in Division 3. The North Stars have a 2-6-3 mark and are fourth in Divi- sion 2. Lemaire gave Montreal a 1- 0 lead with the only goal of the Library, Purity win Two games were played Monday night in the City Recreational Hockey League. The Miner's Library nipped the LCC 2-1 and Purity Bottl- ing bested the Labor Club 3-2. Larry Boulton and Chris Wandler were the goal scorers for the Library while Kurt Doerksen fired the lone reply for the LCC. Dan Paskuski. Tim Negrello and Dennis Oberg shared the Purity Bottling scoring and Jem- Veres and Ed Sloboda scored for the Labor Club first period when he backhanded a shot past a sprawled Maniago, who had just failed to sweep the puck off the Montreal forward's stick. Lemaire's goal was one of three good scoring chances in the sloppy, lacklustre opening session. Earlier, Yvan Cour- noyer fired wide of the open net and a few minutes later he hit tt e left goal post. The North Stars did not test Dryden severely with any of their four shots. Savard got his third goal of the season at of the se- cond period with Stanfield off for holding. It appeared Savard had kicked Guy Lafleur's shot from the point past Maniago. Some of the North Stars thought so. but referee Wally Harris didn't and the goal stood. Richard got his first goal of the season before the period ended and the Canadiens wrapped up the game with three goals against Rivard. who replaced Maniago at the start of the final 20 minutes. Referee Harris called 28 minutes in penalties. MONTREAL 6 MINNESOTA 1 First period 1 Montreal. LeMaire 4 Penalties Hexta'l 9.04. Bouchard 17-48 Second period 2 Montreal. Savard 3 (Lafleur) 5 21 3 Montreal Richard 1 (Wilson. Savard) 1225 Penalties Lapointe (minor, Hextall (major) 2-48. Stanfield 4-31. O'Brien 19.30. Third period 4 Montreal Shutt 3 (Lafleur. Mahovlich) 1 34. 5 Montreal. Lapointe 5 (Cournoyer. Shutt) 4 23; 6 Minnesota, Nanne 4 (Stanfield) 10 01. 7 Montreal. Shutt 4 15-57 Penalties Bouchard 9'39. O'Brien 1709. Reid. Chartraw 1835 Shots on goal by Minnesota 4 9 Montreal 6 16 Attendance 15455 Nordiques beat Toros TORONTO (CP) Defen- ceman J. C. Tremblay's powerplay goal at 8.19 of the third period broke a 3-3 tie and led Quebec Nordiques to a 5-3 victory over Toronto Toros in a World Hockey Association game before 8.210 fans Mon- day night. Other Quebec scorers were right wingers Pierre Guite and Michel Parizeau, defenceman Dale Hoganson and centre Serge Bernier. Centre Wayne Dillon scored twice for Toronto with right winger Pat Hickey getting the other goal. YAMAHA ORGANS and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 MEN'S SHOES ALL STYLES COLORS "A" Width to "EEE" Width To Size 14 AT Till 9 P.M. JOE GREEN'S SHOES Downtown On Sixth Street RETREAD SNOW TIRES In carry 95 any size TRIMBLE TIRE SUPPLY LTD. BLAIRMORE 562-2743 LETHBRIDGE 327-2OO7 327-2398 VULCAN 485-2062 ;