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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETMMIDOI HMALD IfTI SMCIAI. PUMMWUIM HAWAIIAN N0UBAY IT Mftfttty CINTMVI ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Herald- Sports Lewis sharp Two netminders m the Commercial Men's Bropmball League have been giving op- posing .attackers nightmares as they have yet to be scored against after three league games this season. Joe Snopek of Welterlich and Don Lewis handling the goaltending chores for Sun- burst Ceramics have been phenomenal up to now as they both carry an unblemished goals-against average. Snopek registered his third shutout of the season Sunday as he led his teammates to a 4- 0 victory over the Fire Department. Last year's scoring cham- pion Tom Beresnak supplied a single marker in the easy win as did John Frank Popson and Tom Virostek Lewis also kept his loss column unblemished as his teammates battled Southern Signs to a scoreless tie. Norm Vaselanak recorded his second shutout of the season by holding off the se- cond place Ceramics. In another league Herman's Upholstery blasted the Lethbridge Correctional Institute Mavericks 4-0. Robert Handley scored twice in the one-sided decision while Robert Meheden and Walter Duda added singles. Vic Willms picked up his se- cond shutout of the season. Randy Rauben kept up with the other netminders in the 12- team league as he also record- ed his second shutout of the young season. Rauben was outstanding as he helped the Red Devils whip the Knight Clubbers 3-0. Rudy Fleischhauer tallied a pair of goals in the win while Tony Wolak aided with a singleton Meanwhile Ron Louis Horvath and Jack Fehr fired in a goal apiece and paced Lethbridge Hotel to a 3-1 ver- dict over the Jaycees Willy Brees tallied in a los- ing cause. In one final league match Local 740 and Fiorino Rovers fought to a 1-1 draw after three periods. Jack Fehr notched a goal for Local 740 while Fred Anderson replied for the Rovers. Typical Ranger trouble One defender and two forwards has been the type of trouble New York Rangers have had all this year the NHL. Here Jim Neilson of the must cope with Chico Maki and Dennis Hull in front of goalie Ed Giacomin. Rangers lost 4-1 for their seventh straight setback. Roundup of bowling scores HOI nm now i CLASSIC TRIPLES TIno luvale 325 Reg Arnold 348 Ken Kurts 358 Jeannette Smeed 316 Ken King 369 Dianne Viollm 304 Jack Smeed 311 Elais Sawilla Bill Hamilton 284 Jean Christie 296 Elaine Brown Bob Costanzo 277 C.J.O.C. Leon Chechryn Barb Sturrock 275 Kathy Mueller Bern Carrier Vicky Bortuss Guy Brown Diane Wilson 281 Marg Clarence Tremel Marlene Tremel Jannett Smith Jim McPike Jess Matlock Ralph Thompson Bob Fenton 252 SENIOR CITIZENS Arvld Oseen Ben Evanson 303 Slim Berry Bert Madill Marcinko Mary Ward Harry Chapman 292 Walter Baker Ted Ward Roy LaValley 290 C.H.E.C. Erma Schaalje 242. Ed Prince Ernie Frache Steve Ramais Frank Prusak 314 Terry Prusak Allan Lunan Bill WIHis Elaine Brown Tom Sanders 203 C.P.R. SOCIAL George Matchett 296 Alma Williams 306 Janice Johnson 293 Bob Sinclair 290. Tom Archbold 252. Ken Pmchak Bill Howes Orly Cerny Danny Paskuski 329 Cleas Schweitzer Florence Wheeler Vaughn Tennant 261 Charleen Oberg 250 CIVIL SERVANTS Bev Swaren 252 Edith Voth Alice Kohbas 283 John Enckson 246 Dick Hewer 301 Lyle Smyke George Komanac Meryle Bunnage Abe Enns 246 CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S MUSIC SPORTS Gall Hammel Ann Duval Sally Trone Bonnie Cartoon Chris Guenther Joyce Wltwlcki Mary Negrey 228. Maggie Oliver Elaine Tompkins Pat Norlln Mary Mlhallk 220 FRIDAY SCHOOLS YBC JUNIORS Mike Gerla Crystal Myashlro Dan Sudo 206. Robert Mlklos Michele Maclean Bev Passey Lynn Pearson Deb- bie Wltwlcki 201. BANTAMS Brad Klrschenman Jackie Pearson Terry Klrschenman Kelly Okamura Mark Gret- zlnger Tom Herlnger Floyd Moncreltf 192. Kevin Sudo Kim Masson Brenda Graveland 138 FRIDAY MIXED Angele Morrison Elmer Morrison Jack Fettlg Irvln Barby Lucille Barby Henry Hardy Edwad Bogden Mary Rath 244 YOUNG ADULTS Linda Maicomsom 242 Tom Mlklos Barry Nledermler 262. Randy Ramage Richard Chudobiak Craig Waterfleld John Wlldman 317 Kim Kovaci Bob Hirsche Cindy Pedrlnl Kalle Pedrlni 231. Y.B.C. JET BOYS Russel Holt Kevin Chakl Bruce Gray Jimmy Okamura Tommy Doyle 167. Dean Hovey 181 Robert McCracken Craig Ellis Darren Selbel 133 Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Darren Swaren Randy Paskuski Gerald Saccardo Russell Derksen Mike Tolley Mark Edwin Burwash 211. Rod Krokosh 176. Y.B.C. JET OlBLS Sandra Ferguson Lee Ann Tunstall -Darcy SHIgehlro Margaret Smyke Judy McKay Sherrle Morlyama Laurl Wishnevskl Pam McDonald Laurel Harris 4.14 Y.B.C BANTAM GIRLS Pam Shlgehlro Jan Baker Kim Tolley Lorraine Kwan Cathy Hamilton Cheryl Miyeslilro LOrl Shakl Janette Simpson 153. DIETER'S SKI SPORTS COLLEGE MALL Presents a... SKI PACKAGE for the WHOLE FAMILY PACKAGE II 34 10 PACKAGE III TttuSki TyrallNl 34 10 7 PACKAGE IV Mzzirifti ....60 00 DIETER'S SKI SPORTS UtkGTIMtot. 46 SpMilNi 15 Shopping Malh PhoiMi 327-0553 LlMl Mfc at FILING CABINETS Ullman looks off to quick start MONTREAL Toronto Maple Leafs appear off to a better start in this season's National Hockey League and one of the reasons for the team's im- proved play today is veteran centre Norm Ullman. a 37-year-old native of is off to the second-best start of his 19-sea- son NHL career. After 12 who has more 20-goal seasons than any other active player in the has 16 points. This total includes seven goals and it puts him in a tie for sixth place in the individual scoring race with Jacques Lemaire of Montreal Canadiens and Wayne Cashman of Boston Bruins. Ullman's best previous start was while he was with Detroit Red Wings during the-1960-61 season when he had 18 points in his first 12 including six goals. Last season after 12 games Ullman had nine but only four assists. During his lengthy career Ullman has proved consistent as he has put together 15 seasons of 20 or more goals Only once was he a league leader in either goals or points and that was in 1964-65 when he topped all goalscorers with 42. Prior to the start of this sea- general manager Jim Gregory and coach Red Kelly predicted a much-improved Toronto team. One of the reasons for their optimism was Ullman's performance during training camp. And so far Ullman has been able to carry his camp per- formance into the regular spearheading the Toronto club's fast start that has the Leafs tied with Buf- falo Sabres for third place in the East Division SpORING LEADERS Box Box- Martin. Buf Box Mtl T Lemaire Bos Buf..... Mln Pha Boudrlas. Van Cal T Comeau. All........ Bos LA Del Pha Hextall. Mln G A P Phn 16 12 28 6 10 11 21 6 11 9 20 4 6 14 20 10 9 B 17 0 7 9 16 2 5 11 16 0 5 11 16 11 3 11 14 6 7 6 13 6 4 9 13 6 3 10 13 6 7 5 12 12 6 12 0 7 12 0 9 12 0 5 11 2 5 11 0 7 11 20 8 11 4 6 5 3 6 6 4 3 Sanderson works out in minors BOSTON Boston Bruins assigned centre Derek to Boston their American Hockey Monday. Managing director Harry Sinden said the colorful Sanderson cleared waivers by all other National Hockey League teams. He will start practising with the Braves im- mediately. The six-foot 174-pound Sand- erson suffered a sprained back early in the and hadn't appeared in any of the Bruins' 12 games this year. Sanderson also spent time with the Braves last season after jumping back to the Bruins from Philadelphia Blazers of the World Hockey Association. He had been inac- tive for a number of and was assigned to the Braves to work himself back into shape. Returning to the Bruins for the last 25 games of the 1972-73 Sanderson scored five goals and added 10 also accounting for a goal and two assists in Boston's five- game loss to New York Rangen in the Stanley Cup quarter-finals. The 27-year-old Sanderson's best year was when he scored 9 foals and 34 assists for 63 points in 71 games. In Sanderson tod a 25 goals and 33 assists. After that Sanderson jumped to the signing a Si-million contract with the Blaten. But after a back injury and problems with the financially troubled Slaters' front Sanderson went back to two points behind the Bruins and one behind Montreal. Buffalo gets an opportunity to change that tonight as the Sabres travel to Vancouver against the Canucks in the only game scheduled. the Bruins con- tinue to dominate the scoring race with centre Phil Esposito continuing his record pace. Esposito has 28 points in 12 including a league- leading 16 goals. He leads teammate Ken Hodge by seven points and third-place Richard Matin of the Sabres by eight. Boston defenceman Bobby Orr is tied with but Martin has U only to Esposito. Orr leads in assists with 14. Bernie Parent of Philadelphia Flyers leads all goaltenders with a 1.2S goals- against average and five shutouts. Parent's five shutouts is a personal and club record Fernie native helps Houston SANTA Calif Through the first three weeks of-World Hockey Association a name conspicuous by absence on the scoring front was that of Robert Marvin Hull. With the arrival of the fourth who hit for 51 goals last is behav- ing in.his accustomea manner While the Winnipeg Jets were breaking even in four games last Hull rapped in six four of them Sunday night in the Jets 8-2 thumping of Quebec Nordiques. It was the WHA's first four- goal night of the season. The week also produced Gordie Howe's first goal Saturday m Houston Aeros' 6- 4 victory over Los Angeles Shark. The big news in was Frank 24-year-old native of B.C. Paired with a couple of old Larry Lund and Hughes delivered'three goals against Los giving him his fourth multiple goal night in nine games. The Hughes-Lund-Hinse who used to be known as the Go-Go Line when they were stationed in Phoenix with the ran up 17 points m two games. Hinse had six Lund two goals and four assists and now lodged in fourth place on the WHA scoring four goals and one assist. Basketball meeting set An important meeting of the Chinook Basketball League is planned for this evening. All team representatives and league executive members are asked to be at the Civic Centre at Doug's and Capri have moved into a first place tie in the league statistics released today. Both have won two games without a setback. Bryce Thomson of Doug's leads the scoring race with 46 10 more than team- mate Alex Dudas and Rick Ponomar of Magrath and Roger McAdam of Capri CHINOOK LEAGUE W L F A PU Doug's 2 0 183 97 4 Capri 2 0 193 133 4 Golden Eagles 1 1 43 75 2 Cardston 0 1 77 82 0 Magrath 0 2 110 209 0 Raymond 0 1 by detlt 0 IT ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES FOOTBALL STANDINGS NFL C ontarvnc v Enl DIvMon W L T F A 0 201 94 0 134 147 0 124 174 0 116 170 0 144 215 Central DIvMon 7 1 0 205 106 43 1 129 139 .4 4 0 120 139 1 7 0 135 277 Miami Buffalo Eng NY Jets Bait. Pitts Cleve Cm Houston Oak. KC Denver San Diego Dallas Wash Phila St Louis NY Giants Minn Detroit Chicago Grn Bay Los Ang Alt N. Orleans 4 San Fran 3 2 1 174 118 3 1 104 94 3 2 218 183 6 1 101 206 Conference Division 5 3 0 242 149 5 3 0 178 104 34 1 181 203 34 1 177 214 1 6 1 139 208 Central Division 8 0 0 161 87 34 1 167 135 3 5 0 161 167 2 4 2 89 144 West Division .6 2 0 208 122 5 3 0 196 104 4 0 93 188 5 0 158 168 Pet 875 .625 250 250 250 .875 563 500 125 688 .563 500 .188 625 625 .438 .438 188 1 000 438 375 375 750 625 500 375 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T Leeds 11 3 Newcastle B 3 Everton 7 5 Burnley Derby Middles Ast Villa Orient Notts C Bristol 7 7 5 7 4 Division II 95 .7 6 5 8 7 4 7 3 Division III Bristol R 96 Oldham 7 7 B'moutn 8 5 York 6 8 Tranmere 6 5 Hereford 57 Wrexham 6 5 Charlton 7 3 Division IV Peter 9 5 C'chester 8 6 Reading 6 8 Gillmg 7 5 Lincoln 7 5 Torquay 7 5 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 7 1 Hearts 6 3 Aberdeen 4 4 Hibernian. .52 Ayr 5 2 L F 0 29 3 24 2 17 2 23 4 19 1 16 2 22 2 23 3 21 5 18 0 19 1 18 2 23 1 18 4 15 3 17 4 16 5 26 1 21 1 23 1 10 2 18 3 17 A Pti 8 25 14 19 10 19 14 19 13 1fl 8 23 12 20 15 18 17 18 15 17 5 24 8 21 13 21 18 20 9 17 12 17 12 17 25 17 10 23 8 22 E 20 16 19 13 19 17 19 8 15 12 15 6 12 14 12 14 12 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off tto Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 Isl Ava S 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;