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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LEiHBRIuuE HERALD lusidciy, April iD, i? 4 Bowling Banter AT Capri Bowl, a pair of performeis in the Morn- ing Coffee LcJguc shaie wom- en's bowlcr-ot-the-week hon- ors Gertrude Gri'tzingoi, an of Ib4. turn- ed in her performance of the with 22G, 235, and 242 for a 70 J Hllle Donnis Voder. a 187 hit tor the high single of the year with 353 Ab Paskuski was the In the South Plaza Beauty Shop all-star rolloffs, Sund- quist Construction League grabbed top honors The winners were paced by Grace Van Djke with 273 and a fine four-game average of 241 Marie Smith chipped in with 273 and other members ot the team were Eileen Carter, Pat Lethbndge's senior boys YBC team of Ken Kurtz, Dar- reli Lagler, Barry Neidemier, Ron G-retzinger and Danvin Romanchuk and the Alberta junior girls' singles champ- ion, Lori Palmarchuk of Leth- bridge, head for the Canadian finals in Saskatoon this com- ing weekend the best of luck to a talented band of youths who could return with a Canadian championship and speaking of youth, a salute to Lethbridge fire- fighters who once a week take over the job of assisting the retarded youngsters in their bowling outings the fire- fighters keep score, instruct the youngsters, some 50 in all, and their efforts are appreci- In men's league play during the week, Reg Arnold's 301 and a 792 tuple by Jack Smeed led the way in Knights of Columbus while the big guns in Gordie's were Ken Kurtz 344, Bill Hleucka 341 and 815, Ken Malcomson 339 and 840, Ab Paskuski 308 and 798, Bill Hamilton 310 and 789 and Bill Koskoski with a 761 triple In Green's Shoes Bill Koskoski came back with a 306 and 844, Lew Mills had In women's league play, Edith Voth rolled 308 with Shirley Alexander adding a 748 triple Linda Malcom- son hit for 328 and 801 and Lor- raine Kirchner 324 in Pre- built with Velma Miller's 701 tops in Senior Citizens Jeanette Smeed was high in Knights of Columbus with 292 and 774 while in Wilson's Jun- ior Shop Dianne Corbett was the week's best with 300 and and 764 Bea Salmon posted 331 ?nd 787 and Jean Passey 306 and 787 in Speedys btat of the week among the men he's steadily brought Ins average up in Goi die's N Chicago Reuschsl Pittsburgh Moose N New York Koosmsn (04) at St Louis Cleveland N Cincinnati Gullett (0-1) at Atlanta Gentry (0-0> N Los Anaees (0-0) Hous Roberts N San Diego Kirby old It Atlanta 000 300 1W-1 9 NeKcm. McC-lOlWm fi> and Boncnj Morton, NieVro <3) House (8) Hoerner n-1) Upsnaw (9) and Dates. HRs. Atl (1) Los Angeles 000 WO 1 S 1 Houston 100 000 461 Osfeen, Hough (0-1) (7) and Fer- guson; Reuss (1 0) ano Howard HR: Hou Wynn AMERICAN LEAGUE East W Boston 3 Baltimore.......2 Cleveland Detroit Ne.v York Minnesota Chicago Kansas City California Texas Oakland West L Pet. GBL o i ooo 0 icoo 1 S67 I 1 500 1'j 2 2Vj .000 3V 2 0 1000 0 1.000 1 S67 2 .333 2 000 000 TODAY'S GAMES (3 0' at Cali- fornia '0-0' N Brsbra '0-0) Kansas City SplitJorl" N Baltimore (o 0) at Detroit Fryman N MONDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland ofi 001 1 0 New YorV 010 090 1 Strom II 0' -and Duncan; Pri- son (0-1) and Mutwoft. Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. 'CCMPUTF SALES 4 SCRVlC! ;