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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE lETHBRIDOE HERALD Tuesday, November 10, 1970 Familiar figure on lop of les show Canucks surprising MO.VTIU5AL look at xsl Division standings and at the leaders' list in the indi- vidual scoring race shows why Vancouver Canucks are the sur- jrisc learn of the young Na- ional Hockey League season. With 12 points in M games, the Canucks trail Boston Brains, the East Division icacters, iy six point s and New York Rangers and Montreal Cana- diens, tied for second spot, by five. owling atmougn dinner The thb-d annual LDS Father and Son Alhlctie Awards ban- quet will be held ot the Lcth- bridge Community College, Saturday, January K- Oncc' again Krai Watmough mil be the master of cere- hocke Iji Hie bantam division, the Red Wings and the Cougars opened up their 1970 Lethbridge Minor Hockey League season with victories last evening. The Red Wings playing in the Bantam A section blanked the Black Hawks by a 5-0 count. Cliff Miyashiro was the big gun for the Hed Wings as he picked up a hat-trick while Robert Miles and Bob Salmon blasted in one apiece. Serge Caltoni was credited with the shutout. Playing in the Bantam B divi- sion the Cougars had no prob- lems with the Rangers as they dropped then) 4-1. j Ken Siebert found the range twice tor the Cougars while .lames Aspltmd and Eicliardj Shardiow netted one each. The Bears and Tigers battled 1 to a 1 1 deadlock in Pee Wee j action. Darryl Laidlaw tied Uie game for the Bears in the third period after Darren Ram- age had given the Tigers a 1-0 lead hi the second period. Two goals by Dale McMann paced the Contets to a 4-1 mid- get league victory over the Eskimos. Cam Mclntosh and Jim Mc- Lellan chipped in with singles for the winners. Trevor Kinsey averted a shutout for the Eski- mos. I monies. This marks the third time Watmough has handled the duties. Watmough is presently the Citv Editor of The Lethbridge Herald and is bishop of the First Ward of the LDS Church in Lethbridge. No stranger to fastball en- thusiasts, Watmough pitched for the Shaughnessy Cadillacs when they dominated the fast- ball scene for many years. Watmough led the Cadillacs to many Alberta championships in his career. Before retiring from the game Watmough hurled a perfect game as well as a number of no-hitters. Head table guests for the dinner, which is o p c n to the public, will hn announced from time to time before the dinner. A highlight of the annual af- fair will be the presentation of the Percy Butler Memorial Trophy to the LDS sportsman of the year. Awards will a so be presented to the top LDS junior and senior athletes. Dinner chairman Bill Bin- ning announced today that only 600 tickets will be sold. Tickets are currently on sale at Thrift- way Drugs and Doug's to Leth- bridge. They are again at ?5. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Unbeaten mark iiitaet Doug's remained the only un- beaten team in the City Men's Basketball League as they dropped Tom's 62-48 in league play Monday. In the other game Cardsion edged Great West Tire 69-67. Alex Dttdas hooped 21 points for Doug's while Bill Kenney chipped in with 11. Jim Elhert with 12 and Muiloy Hanson with paced Tom's. Darryl Leavitt led the way for Cardston with 21 points. Blaine Bunnage added 13, Lance Brown canned 23 points in a losing cause. Don Jestin had 11. Wednesday evening Bon's meets the Campus Kings at followed by the Redskins and Capri at nine. CORTINA V 30 plus miles per gallon V Better Stability V Front Disc Brakes V Easy Handling V Lower Maintenance Costs V Durability Plus many more features B- IETHBRIPGE Down Per Monlh Q.A-C. T GLENDALE BOWL, lefty Bill Kostoski gels the nod as boK-ler-of-lhe-wcck with a sizzling 405 in Commercial Men's he started out slowy, but found the range in the second game by opening with a spare and booming along for 10 straight strikes he rolled 325 in his third game for an Hit! triple which ties him for the league lead with Randy IVolstoncroft his 405 is the highest game this season at Glendale the women's bowlcr-of-the-wwk is steady Jess I'asscy who has thrown many 750 to 800 triples and is among (he top three with a fine average of 2-10 in her over-all league pbv Ken Kins balds high average in Commercial Men's wilii 257 while in Shoppers' World the current leaders arc Bca Salmon and Patereon with triples, Dena Sniilh 365 single and ,Bea Salmon with high average of 230. In other Glendale leagues, Diannc Violini holds both lu'gh three of 882 and lu'gh average of 246 in Higa's with Lorraine Perslev's 345 lu'gh single In Chinook Stationers, Nina Start- linger "boasts high single 321 and iligh triple 752 with Bel-nice Hay sporting the top average with 204 In Tracy's Stylists, Jean Passey leads with a 238 average white Sandy Scattergood has high single of 378 and high three of 910 The pace- setters in Hay Agencies are Marge McLaughlin with a 333 single and 793 triple with Joyce Stinson holding high average of 210 in B and E Hardware, tlic men's leaders are John Scattergood with a average and triple with Graham Scattergood's 386 single tops Eva Dcimuth holds the gals' high average at. 211, Barli Scattergood high single of 302 and Saiidy Scattergood 793 triple In South-Alta Produce, Sat Nagala leads with a 223 average while Gerry Hatae has high single of 331 and high three o! 767 Sandy Scattergood leads the women with a 237 average and 803 triple with Marlene Tremel's 323 single tops In Civil Service, Lew Mills is in front with a 244 average and 878 triple, Bob Black 365 single, Karlyn Spitzer 215 average and 748 triple and Kay Bathgate a 360 single. A T CAPKI BOWL, Bill Jensen is ttie man's bowler-of-tne-week after coming up with a solid 268, 293 and 202 for an 823 triple in Senior Citizens he's one of many of the senior bowlers who are turning in some fine performances Eloisc Ivcs is the women's bowlcr-of-the-week as she hit for 312 and a 763 triple, both season liigiis, in NuMode Homes while boasting a 188 average In HE Col. Sanders' roltoffs, Hilda Tinordi, Madeline Szeltely, Betty Dawson, Mary Wishnevski and Boise Ivcs ot NuMode placed first with the Mod Squad, Swinging Five and the Screwballs following these four teams will compete in (he south zone final Sunday at Capri with the top three squads then advancing to the Alberta final in Edmonton December 6 Oddity of the week belongs to Siggi Donkin who spared a headpin split in Sundquist Construction Bowlers are reminded of the annual Remembrance Day best ball dou- bles partners will be picked out a hat with action starting Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Heading the parade lor the week in YBC play were Daren Pepper with 217 in bantams, John Novak 232 and Ron Grcl- zingcr 303 in junior play ajid Bernie Pohl 258, Ken Kurtz 286, Dennis Smith 268 and Doane Spitzer 259 in the senior division. The leading lights for the week among the men were Jim Freel 303, Bill Jensen 293 and 823, Tom Adams 320, Henry Williams 346 and 768, Larry DuMontier 328, Ken Malcomson 316 and 789, Bill Gonitza 311, Norm Tolley 302 and 782, Jack Jones SCO triple, Bert Sloinp 393 and 794, Fen Tunbridge 324, Lew Mills 323 and 783, Ramsay Vickers 313 and 778, Steve Mezei 308, Bab Thomson 312, Mas Shigehiro 309, Ryo Nagata 312 and Ken Malcomson 307 among the gals it was Barbara Buijert 287, Phyl Harrison 343 and 738, Verda Hamilton 203, Bea Salmon 295, Erma McGuire 313, Opal Taylor 291 and Linda Malcomson 331 and 758 New league highs include Bill Jen- sen 823 triple and 214 average in Senior Citizens, Ken Malcom- son 234 average in Hepp's, Marion McNeely 771 triple in Mar- linizing, Pat Ptomp 214 average, 748 triple and 310 single in Wednesday Coffee, Phyl Harrison 343 single in Green's, Eloise Ives 763 triple and 312 single in NuMode and Linda Malcomson 331 single in Young Adults. Cusson sparks Saints' victory The 'Milv Generals picked up a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Uie U of L Chinooks while in thc- second encounter St. Basil's dropped Purity Bottling 5-3, with the help of Dick Cusscn's thrce-goal performance. In the Generals Chinoolis contest Ken Magwood gave the Chinooks an early lead scoring from the point with a slapshot that was deflected past goalie Red Morrice. The1 Chinooks nainlaincd the 1-0 lead gding into the third period, but the Generals came out strong and finally Tc.x Wifibe deflected a Peter Neufcldt shot past Chi- i (inks' goalie Wavire Ncilson. Al Fwcbuk put the Generals ahead eventually at the mark with a wrist shot that was screened by a dcfcnscmnn. Fourteen penalties w ere called in the game wiih the Chincoks getting the nod eight ti UPS. Dick Cusson was hot for the SI. Basil's club and rammed IMIK ihiTe ni'irkcr.1; in (heir a v c r (he Purity Boll ling. Other fixti scorers (or the SI The newly-formed Canucks are two points ahead of fifth- place Detroit Red Wings, six better than the sagging Toronto Maple Leafs and have seven more than their 1370 expansion Sabres. The Canucks have the leading scorers among the teams which joined the NHL since its ougi- nal expansion to a two-division league in 1967. Wayne Maki, Vanciwei': choice in last June's expan- sion draft, and Murray Hall, who played the last two seasons for the Canucks in the Western Hockey League, are lied for seventh place with 14 points same as John Bueyk and Bobby Orr of Boston, Gor- die Howe of Detroit and Jean Ratelle of New York. ONLY BHUINS BETTER Only the first-place Bruins have more players in the top 23 scoring leaders than the Can- ucks. Boston's Phil Esposito contin- ues to lead with 22 points, three more than team-mate John McKcnzic and five more, than line-mate Ken Hodge and Jean Belivcau of Montreal. Esposito and Belivsau share the lead in assists with 14 each. Little Yyan Cournoyer of Mont- real, recuperating from a foot fracture, is still the goal-scoing leader with 10. In addition to Maki and Hall, captain Orland Kurtenbach and Andre Boudrias are the other Canucks in the leading scorers list. The Bruins have five play- ers listed and the Canadiens foui', the same as Vancouver, Chicago Black Hawks have three players on the list, Detroit two, and New York, Toronto Buffalo. St. Louis and California Golden Seals one each. RECORD IMPROVED The six teams which joined the NHL in the 1967-68 expan- sion have an improved record aga'.is the six original teams, compared to last season. There have been 31 games in- volving the 12 teams and the new teams won 10, lost 15 and tied six 26 of a possible 62, or 41.9 eent. This compares with eight wins, 16 losses, seven ties and 23 points after as many inter- locking games last season. The St. Louis goaltending of Ernie Wakcly and Glenn hall lead (lie goaltenders' race with an average o[ 1.75. The pair combined for a shutout last wsek against Boston, the first time since Feb. 14, 1968, that two Betesinders shared a shut- out. Ed Giacomin of New York and Tony Esposito of Chicago lead in shutouts with two each. Meanwhile in Toronto Jacques Plants will he lost to Toronto Maple Leafs for at least a week- after an injury suffered in Sat- urday's 3-2 National Hockey League loss to Vancouver Can- ucks was diagnosed as a stretched ligament. The veteran goaitcndcr's inju- ries were detailed Monday after he was examined by the club's physician, Dr. David Hastings, Basil's team v-'orc Jerry Heck and Doug Harrokl who each drove in one apiece. For the Purity Bottling Garth Lamb, Wayne RusJing and Cliff Block managed a goal each in a losing cause. During iho GO minutes of play the referees tagged Purity Bottling four out of the six pen- alties issued. Purity Bottling have yet to gain a victory this young sea- son. But when this y o u g club starts clicking it could he in Uie thick of tilings. Meanwhile the St. Basil's club has a 1-2 record and seems be coming on .strong. I There will he no c n w c sf.igari Wednesday, huf, action will resume Thursday evening when the Generals take on Uie Labor Club at, B p.m. i PKKIIAI'S NEW HAVEN? CLEVELAND (AP) An American Hockey League offi- ciid said Monday night pros- pects look sfood for Now Conn., gelling mi A1IL fran- chise. Short sport K.NEE EXAMINED NEW YORK (AP) -Out- fielder Tomniie A gee of New York Mels liad Ills ailing left knee examined Monday by the clubs physician, Dr. Peter La- motte, wtra decided against sur- gery at this time. Agee injured his knee Aug.. 22 and played with it heavily taped the rest of the season. HOOKIK COWBOY DENVER (AP) An Ari- zona eowpokc who made good in his first year on Uie profes- sional rodeo circuit and pocket- ed in the process was named rookie of the year by the Rodeo Cowboys Association Monday. The title went to Dick Aron- son of Tempe, a graduate of Colorado State University. KOSEWALL XO. 1 NEW YORK (AP) Ken Ro- sewall succeeded his Australian rival, Kod Layer, Monday as tennis player of the year. The 3fi-ycar-old veteran was voted No. I in a world-wide poll ot lennij writers. SIMPSON DISCHARGED BUFFALO, N-Y. f AP) 0. J. Simpson was discharged from hospital Monday after observa- tion overnight for a sprained left knee the Buffalo Bills' star run- ning back suffered Sunday. Bills Coach John Bauch said that while "the diagnosis was Ihat it Isn't a serious S.'Mpsun's chances of playing .'it ftitltinmrft next Sunday v c r c "vary FANS GET INTO THE ACT If the fans in Boston don't think their Bruins are get- ting a lair shake, they