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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LfTHMIDGE HEKALD Tundoy, Delator 27, 1970 McKenzie Tied For Second Yvan Finding Range With Man Advantage MONTREAL winger Yvan Couraoyer has put tlie power back in, Montreal Canadians' power play. The five-foot, seven-inch, 165- pound Cournoyer is the National Hockey League's leading goal- scorer today. Seven of his nine goals Have been scored with the opposition short-handed. Cournoyer is tied with John McKenzie of Boston Bruins anc Pit Martin of Chicago Black Hawks for second place in the individual scoring race. All three players have 11 points. Bowling Qanter CITY CHAMPS Betty Fournier and her motes won the Lethbridge City Dart League championship this year. The winners are front row, .left to right, Carol Gangur and Fern Field. Back row, left to right, Kay Rown- tree and Fournier. Rowntree did not play for Fournier but held the high score for the year. Bowling Scores CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. SCHOOLS Rkk nl (ail; Garry Lori 206; Tom Passey 203; M a r I1 Sanders 138; Bev Passey 141; R MacLean 230 Ron Gretzing A.O.T. Agnes Pocza 262 Shirley Y 217; Gloria Murkln 224; Marian Toll 254; Lucy Miller 233; Frank Tut 580 Ray Nesting 513 (6. Norm Tolley 299 Roy Vayko Ich Joyce Plzzingrllll 276. Y.B.C. JUNIOR-SENIOR John Novak 272 Bernie Po 252 Ken Kurtz 233 Da Henderson 215; Randy Joevenaz 213; Darwin Romanchuk 203; L o Smnd 234 Linda Malcomsc 258 Cherye Ofaermeyer 2 Vikings Turn Back Rams 13-3 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Car Eller simply explained tha Minnesota Vikings took the right attitude to the line of scrimmage on a game-turninj goal-line stand against Los An geles Rams. "We never doubt Eller, a sbc-foot-sbt, 250- pound defensive end. "We realize the percentages But we will never concede." The Rams, after Kermit Alex aider's 49-yard return of a de- flected punt, had1 a first down on Minnesota's two with 19 sec ends left in the first half and the Vikings leading 10-0 in a rainy muddy National Football League game Monday night. First, Les Josephson got yard in the middle. Roman Ga- briel got a few inches on quarterback sneak. And Gabriel was smothered in the middle again on third down as time ran out and the Vikings finished up with a 13-3 victory. The Rams actually got an extra down after Gabriel's sec- ond down thrust over right tac- kle and no time on the score- board dock. But referee Fred Silva ruled that the Vikings did not unpile in time, and gave Gabriel another down. But it made little difference. PUNT BLOCKED Alexander thought he had put six points on the board with his run after Willie Ellison stormed in to get a hand on Tom Mc- Neill's punt. Jim Luidsey tac- kled him at the two. "I thought I was said Alexander. "I should have tried to elude Lindsey, but I was worrying about a fumble." Alexander had cause for worry. The Hams lost four of seven fumbles and Vikings turned two of them into 10 points. Sharon Vaselenak 192; Delphi Trimmer 198; Lori Paimarchuk 195. C.D.M. Betty Van Gaal 211; Irene Fa's) 237; Lelth Teller 211; Sharon Toth 200; Sam GirardI 253; Cheryl Donald- son 205; George Furo 291; Jim Yam- ada 237; Ivan Wills 235. Y.B.C. BANTAMS Cathy Roberfs 143; Darcy Tama- yose 131; Diane Rolllnson 130; Leslie Killins Ml; Barbara Turner 131; Lori Hamilton 124; Rod Malchow 215; Michael Sharun 203; Gordon S y m e 194; Danny Stinson 177; John Craig 170; Doran Anderson 166. YOUNG ADULTS Ken Malcomson 282 Bruce Canfield 260; Randy Wolstoncroft 261; Ken Dew 255; Kim Kovacs 251; Chester Jokuty 253; Karen Bergman 255; Clara CziriaK 240; Debi Myers 222; Gail Hedberg 219; Carolyn Passey WEDNESDAY MORNING..... Aria Teterls 213; Betty Purdy 205; Marj Sforyack 201; Mel Roberlson 86; Phyllis Jensen 175; Nancy Prin- de 170. MARTINIZING Joyce Brown 301; Joan Blslett 278; sabelle Bergman 273 Masa loshinmon 268 Marion Me. leely 267; Issie Orsten 258; Mabel luckart 228; Barbara Buliert 218; Marg Smith 217; Mae Popma 216. EAGLES LODGE Robert Thomson 250; Doug Mc- Carthy' 234; Mary Thomson 216; teve Mezei 273 Mary Ward 23; John Sctiaffer 242; Gus Schaffer 24; olga LaRocque 225; Joyce Mers in 218; Frank Gorda 264; Cyril srnelt 252 GREEN'S SHOES Randy Wolstoncroft '290 Bill amilton 355 (ma; Leon Checkryn 84; Ken Kurtz 308 Fen Tun. ridge 296 phyl Harrison 250; ea Salmon 274 Helen Hlga 259; Erma McGuIre 283 Joey olca 243; Linda Malcomson 230. OWLADROME JUNIOR TEN PINNERS Terry 186; Randy Slllitto 183; ,eorge coiners 176; Jim May 165; ralg Kometz 148; Roger Carrier 153; 'endy Stegen 146; Morgan Slllitto 143; orinne Kometz 143; Gordon Mclntosh 42; Waller Glduk 143; Pat Lewis 133. LENDALE BOWL TRACY'S STYLISTS Ann Duval 284 Jean Passey 0 Dot Anderson 285 uny Aderson 248; Gladys Field 220; MacDonald 261; Irene Lynde 242; race Hill 255; c. Guenther 252; M. iver 280. CIVIL SERVICE Dick Tuk 266 (7781; Dan Finnerty 9; Jim Taylor 260 Joe Dimnlk 2 Cal Coolldge 259; George pp 276; Mary Forester 278 larlolte Reid 976 Jana Srnyke 8; Karlyn Spitzer 233; Lena Moore 1; Roma Roth 233. I.O.F. John Rempel 282 Dean Low 6 Bruce Woodman 269; Brian anderek 242; Lino chlste 238; Lome hnurr 242; Marie Smith 277 (711JJ dna Lowen 258 Sandy Scat- jood 275; Jean Rapuano 251; Vera Isop 248; Marge Reid 222. C.P.R. SOCIAL Dan Dublnski 235; Ernie Komm 284; ffie Osecki 261; John Morris 226; ss Johnson 223; Doug Young 224; ilh Voth 274; Marg Morris 215; Bun. Maloney 223; Phyllis Church 216; Anderson 202; Fay Lowther 201. SENIOR CITIZENS 1. C. Brown 263 Jim Freel Fred Beard 231; Van Wyck 239; nry Bechtold 235; Ben Evenson Bill Jensen 254; Lll Dlckout 196; My Adams 150; Trls Archibold 182; rg Rasmussen 149. Y.B.C. BANTAMS Neal Nlshikawa 201 Mark ebble 199 Tom Gross 189; rdon Besseling 167; Darren Urban Bob Rapuano 189; Phil Pro 177; onda Sillilo 166; Barb Toth 173; dy Duval 16.1; Cindy Anderson 249 Cindy Pedrlnl 194 Judy puano 184; Carol Calhour. 167. Y.B.C. JUNIOR AND SENIOR Dave Barton 29? Brian Ander- 277; Rod Barnett Robert Dob- 204; Clayton Woo 213; Barry Nie- mier 245; Sandra Sawchuck 298 Melody Pela 253; Wendy Sera Kalle Pedrini 183; Brenda Peder- 200; Lori Finnerty 184; Adelia Bes- ng 186; Debbie Calhoun 185. AT GLENDALE BOWL, the men's bowler-of-the-week was Handy Wolstoncroft who started like a house afire in Commercial Men's with a big 369 and then a 318 he ran Into headpin troubles in his game, finishing with 201, good enough for an 888 triple The honor of women's bowler-of-the-week goes to Kay Woodman who has come up with some solid games of late she set Glendale's high women's single of 380 and had a triple of over 850 last week, bowling in the same IOF League, she turned on the steam again with a 358 single and an 838 triple she ak sports one of the highest women's averages at Glendale, 245. There was plent of action, in the women's leagues this past week as play got under way in the annual Col. Sanders tournament the top teams will roll off this week with the three leading squads advancing to the zone final in Medicine Hat, from which the winners will move on to the Alberta final in Edmonton In Hay Agencies, the Alley Cats, made up of Doris Johnson, L. Kattenbruner, Marj Neely, L. Boyden and Chris Burwash advanced to this week's rolloffs along with the Strikers In Shoppers World, tba winners were Dena Smith, Gladys Berglund, Sandy Scatter- good, Laura Peak and Mel Finnerty with Top Hands and Lakeview Kids also advancing From Chinook Stationers the team of Flo Bates, Vi Davies, Alice Melvin, Pat Beattie and Mary Haaland won out with the Glendalers and Pinups also advancing Leaders in Tracy's Styists were Dot and Bunny Anderson, Gladys Going, Ruby Oseen and Vi Price with the Beavers and Blue Belles also moving into the sec- ond round. IT CAPRI BOWL, Jean Passey was sharp as a tack in Hoof and Horn, hitting for 259, 240 and 345 and a triple of 844 for the women's bowler-of-the-week crown Marvin Higa was named the men's bowler-of-the-week with an average of 175, he rolled 242, 350 and 208 in JCCA for an 800 triple New highs for the year were set by Ed Gilchrist with a 292 single and 701 triple in St. Mike's, Randy Wolstoncroft with a 232 average in Hepp's, Ev Krauss with a 299 single in Juniors, Jean Passey rath her 345 and 844 in Hoof and Horn, Louis DeJager rath a 667 men's triple in the same league, Norm Tolley with a 251 average in Gor.die's, Jean Koskoski with a 334 single in Green's Shoes, Marie Smith with a 203 average in Sundquist Construction and Jim McPine with a 331 in Henry Homes. -A- Leaders in YBC play for the week were Rodney Mai- chow 215 and Mike Sharun 203 in the bantam section, John Novak 272 and Cherye Obermeyer 232 in the junior division and Bernie Pohl 287 and Karen Bergman 255 in the senior section Capri day women's leagues have completed1 their Col. Sanders playoff with all qualifying teams meeting in a six-game rolloff Friday and again November 6 to determine tlie teams for play in the southern zone final at Capri November 15. Individual highs for the week included Eleanor Fenton 282 in Hepp's, Ev Krauss 299 in Juniors, Jean Passey 345 and 844 in Hoof and Horn, Kathy Rollingson 289 in Freel's, Marion Carbert 282 and Pat Henderson 274 in Martinizing, Jean Koskoski 334 and May Hiebert 318 and 725 in Green's, Rose Nunweiler 283 in Eagles, Lorna Newman 281 in Nu- Mode and Pat Plomp 285 in Sundquist pacing the men were Henry Williams 324, Gary Tunbridge 311 and 821 in Gordie's, Lynel Gaetz 301 in Green's, Jim McPike 331 in Henry Homes, Tom Medoruma 356 and 773, Mun Takeda 308, Marvin Higa 350 and 800 in JCCA and Norm Tolley 299 and 758 in AGT. two fewer than centre Phil Es- posito of Boston. Esposito has 13 points on six goals seven assists in six games. There is a three-way tie for fifth place with wingers Wayne Cashman and Ken Hodge of Boston-the only undefeated team in the Jean Beliveau of the Canadians each having 10 points; one more than Wayne Maid of Vancouver Can- ucks. The last time the Canadiens' power play was outstanding was in 1966-67. In that season Cour- noyer contributed 20 of the team's 50 goals scored with an opposing player in the penalty box. Since then, Cournoyer has scored a total of 31 power-play goals, including 10 last season. 79 ON POWER PLAY Of his 161 NHL goals scored ji regular-season play, 79 have been off the power play. Esposito's leadership in the scoring race means that in all but five of the last 42 weeks of action, going jack to 1853-69, a Boston player has led the scoring. From the third week of last season, defenceman Bobby Orr held the lead. For the last 13 weeks of the campaign, Esposito was the leader as he powered his .way to a record 126 points. He was also the leader one week ago. Orr is missing from among the top 25 names in the individ- ual scoring race today. Gary Bergman currently is top de- fenceman on the scoring lift with two goals and five assists. Orr has two goals and three as- sists. Goaltender Ed Giacomin of New York Rangers, wearing a face mask for the first time in his career, has the best indivH- ual average among netminders who have played more than one game. Giacomin has allowed only six goals in five games, a 1.20 aver- age. He also shares the lead in shutouts with Chicago's Tony Esposito. Each has two. A LONG LEFT Jerry Quarry slams a left 1o Muhammad All's mouth in the second round moving All back. The fight, scheduled for 15 rounds, was stopped after three} rounds offer Quarry's left eye was badly bgltered. All, Who won the heavyweight litlu under the name Cassius Cloy, fought for Ih e first lime in years. Aiwrds Night At Fort Macleod Honor Top Performers Short Sport In the only NHL game sched- uled for tonight, Buffalo Sabres visit Vancouver Canucks in contest between the league's lat- est expansion pair. SCORING LEADERS 0 A Hi Pirn Esposito, Bos........ 6 7 13 Cournoyer, Mil....... 9 2 11 4 McKenzie, Bos....... 3 8 11 4 Martin Chi.......... 2 9 li 7 Cashman, Bos........ 4 6 10 8 Hodge, Bos 3 7 10 2 Beliveau, Mil......... 2 B W. Maki, Vcr......... 5 4 Bucyk, Bos 5 3 Ratelle, NY..........3 5 Boudrlas, Vcr.........3 j R. Hull, Chi.......... 3 5 Kurtenbach, Vcr 3 5 Berry, LA ............2 i Berenson, St. L....... 6 1 7 0 Clarke, Phil..........3 4 7 4 P. Mahovllch, Mil 437 27. Pinder, Chi.......... 4 3 7 11 Sabourin, St. L....... 4 3 7 6 Howe, Det ............3 4 7 6 LacroIX, Phil 3470 Hall, Vcr 3470 Bergman, Det........25 7 li Bordelesu stL....... 2 5 7 12 Campbell, Chi........2 s 7 2 FORT MACLEOD (HNS) It was a big night in Fort Mac- leod this past Saturday evening. The occasion for the celebra- tions was the annual Southern Alberta Rodeo Association's awards night. Also on the agenda Saturday was an execu- tive meeting held in conjunc- tion with the awards and ban- quet. Five cowboys and one cow- girl were honored as the best University Loses Three On Weekend FRACTURES CHEEKBONE MONTREAL (CP) Bob Sheehan, centre with Montrea Voyageurs of the American Hockey League, underwent sur gery Monday for a depresse( fracture of the right cheekbone Shechara suffered the injury Saturday night when hit with a puck just below the eye in the Voyageurs' .6-3 win o v e r the Bears in Hershey, Pa. WESTERN CANADA HOCKEY LEAGUE HOCKEY ACTION TABER CIVIC CENTRE Wednesday, Oct. 28th p.m. MEDICINE HAT TIGERS vs CALGARY CENTENNIALS ADVANCE TICKET SAIES LETHBRIDGE: SAFEWAY STORE, 13lh St. and 3rd Avo. S. TABER: ODDIE'S CENTRA! DRUGS SUPERMARKET FOOD BAR Snow Valley Named Site FERNIE (Special) Fernie's Snow Valley ski hill has been selected by the Canadian Ama- teur Ski Association as' the site for the Canadian junior cham- pionships next Easter. The national team coach, Al- Raine, was here to inspect the run and was impressed with the hill and facilities. He labelled it one of the best in Western Canada. Word has also boon re- ceived here that the national team may hold some of their training sessions at Snow Valley in De-comber at which time Mr. Raine's wife, the former Nancy Greene, world cham- pion, will be on hand. RECEIVED CLEARANCE CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) The Cranbrook Royals of the Western International Hoc key League have announced they have received clearance to play former professional defenieman Gary Kilpatrirk. KOZAK LEADING RED DEER (CP) Wally Kozak of Calgary slanipeders is ahead in the League scoring race with 10 points, two more than Bob Bartlett and Bobby Cox of Drumhcllcr Miners. Statistics released today show Kozak with four goals and six assists. He is the leader in both categories. LIONS BUILDING VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- sh Columbia Lions of the West- ern Football Conference signed another player Monday for next year. He is Ed Walson, a six-foot, our inch, 217 pound linc- Mckcr, who played with Hous- on Oilers last season. RUSSIANS TRIUMPH PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) The Russians won the most medals ui the 40th world shooting chain- lionships that drew to ,1 close rlondny night with mixed fccl- ngs among llic r n n n c r-up Americans. The Alberta Senior Volleyball League got Men's under way this past weekend in Cal- gary and the University of Letbbridge took it on the chin in all three series." Coached by John Day the University of Lethbridge suf- fered 3-0 setbacks in their games with the University of Calgary Dinnies "A" squad and the Calgary Premiers. In the best-of-five encounters with the Dinnies "B" squad the locals were stopped 3-2. The loss to tile "B" squad did not sit too well with Day but he stated that some changes will be made this week that will strengthen the club. Day was impressed with rookie John Paskuski who turned in some strong perform- ances. The coach also was pleased with the play of Art Bareham. The locals will play in Milk River ajid Vauxhall this week and will travel to OOgary for another weekend1 series. in their respective categories. Tom Bews of Longview came away with a pair of honors. Bews won the saddle bronc cat- egory which in turn earned him the all-round cowboy tenors. In winning two sections Bews took home a pair of hand tooled, saddles and two cheques in each the amount of The saddle bronc cheque was from Kck's Brewery while Great West Garment sponsored the all-round competition. All ths saddles given out Stuirday were from Eamor High River. Malcolm Jones of Lethbridge won'the bareback section and took home a cheque from Grey- hound Lines, Valley Feeders put up the money for the brahma bull riding won by Dale Fuhriman of Taylor, B.C. while Arnold Haraga won the Canadian Western Natural Gas cash award in steer wrestling. Haraga, from Skiff, was named the all-round champion in the Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Asso- ciation Monday. Calf roping brought Dale Lawrence of Cal- gary a cheque from Calgary Power. No cash was up for grabs in the barrel racing but Joy Duce of Granum won the saddle. Meanwhile at the meeting, Walter Hyssop of Fort Macleod was elected president with Wayne Jen son of Vauxhall chosen as vice-president. Gen- eral manager for the southern circuit is Dick Gray of Leth- bridge while Pearl Mandeville, also of Lethbridge, is secretary. Gray and Filmer Eamor of High River, were named to the board of directors as honorary vice-presidents. It was agreed at the meeting that the area of most concern for the continued success of the association's rodeos is to have better public relations between rodeo personnel and the donors. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eut Division W L 1 Ion .........5 o 1 York.....S I treal .......5 2 Vancouver Chicago Philadelphia St. Louif Los Angeles 5 0 .....1 5 0 Weit Division F A Ph 1 32 18 1 0 IB E II 0 19 11 II 1 10 19 1 19 30 5 ALBERTA JUNIOR W Lethbridge 6 Deer S Edm. Leafs 3 Edm. Mover! 1 Ponoka 1 ALBERTA SENIOR 19 24 4 16 22 2 23 15 10 2 1 17 14 2 3 20 IB 1 0 21 13 3 0 13 13 3 2 9 12 t 1 10 28 1 L T F A 2 1 4 1 33 42 1 29 30 3 0 21 38 2 L T 1 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division 0 23 14 0 22 20 0 22 36 Regina Flin Flon Winnipeg Estevan Brandon Swift Current i 4 2 1 .441 451 4 1 0 1 7 0 I Division 7 2 1 47 31 4 2 2 2! 4 I 1 27 14 F A PtJ 26 23 9 25 28 9 35 39 1 22 17 8 31 42 2 PONIES HALTED EDMONTON (CP) Racing at Northlands Park has been cancelled until Wednesday be- cause of a storm that deposited more than 10 inches of heavy snow on the race track, offici- als said today. The trotting meet, final event of. the season, is scheduled to lend Saturda1 Saskatoon 2 S 0 15 26 Medicine Hat 1 4 0 i? 25 2 CFL STANDINGS Eastern conference W L T F A PIS Hamilton ......8 5 0274261 16 Toronto .......7 6 0310273 1 Montreal ......7 3 0228251 l Ottawa ........4 9 0 238 261 Western conference W L T F A PI fMk....... 1 1 2302183 2 Edmonton .....9 6 0272253 1 8 7 0282203 l B.C Winnipeg (5 9 2 13 0 282 351 0 178 321 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY East Boston Unlv 2! Rhbdo island 0 Colgate 10 Brown b Columbia 30 Rutgers 14 Connecticut 21 Massachusetts 21 Dartmouth 37 Harvard 14 Hofstra Univ 34 Vermont 1> Maine 42 c. W. Post 8 MIddlebury v Rensselaer 7 New Hampshire 33 Northeastern 7 Penn state 38 Army 14 Pittsburgh 28 Miami, Fla. 17 Princeton 22 Pennsylvania 16 Syracuse 23 Navy 8 Vlllanova 34 Holy cross 14 38 Cornell 7 South Duke 21 C'ensom 10 Florida slate 21 South Carolina 13 Georgia 19 -Kentucky 3 Georgia Tech 20 Tulane 6 Louisiana state 17 Auburn 9 Mississippi 26 Vanderbllt 16 Mississippi st 51 South Mississippi 13 No Carolina st 6 Maryland 0 Tennessee 38 Florida 7 Virginia 33 William and Mary 6 Wake Forest 14 North Carolina 13 Midwest Cincinnati 29 Ohio 21