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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 15, THC lETHBRIDCt HERAIB TOPPED HIGH SCHOOL EVENT These lethbriclgs bowlers, along with cooch Dave Smeed back row centre, won Alberta titles at the recent high school champion- ships. Darrell Lagler and Darwin Romarchuk, left and right of Smeed respectively and Rick Barva, right front, were members of the senior boys' team. Ken Kurtz, front left, won the singles title with games of 324, 254, 258, 293, I 97 and 284 for a 268 average. Racing board elects three Lethbridge left out EDMONTON (Special) At- torney General Merv Leitch ruled out the need for "region- al" representation from Leth- brtdge in announcing a new three man Alberta Racing Commission Wednesday. "I'm not sure regional repre- sentation on the commission Is said the Attorney General. "I don't think the problems of racing in Leth- bridge are sufficiently different from the problems at Calgary or Edmonton." Mr. Leitch announced in the Big victory for Paduano MONTREAL (CP) Donate Paduano of Montreal, fresh from a split decision over for- mer world welterweight cham- pion Luis Rodriguez, says he's willing to go to Tokyo for a bout with world junior middleweight champion Kochi Wajirna. "I'd rather fight him here In Montreal maybe at Jarry Paduano said Wednes- day night, shortly after lie scored a ID-round decision over Rodriguez, now fighting from Miami. "Bul I'd be willing to go to Tokyo (o fight him, It's a cham- pionship worth The 23-year-old Montrealer outpunched and outfought the Rustlers three up on Vernon VERNON', B.C. (CD Ficd Deer Hustlers look advantage of Vernon penalties and scored K 6-2 victory Wednesday night to take a 3-0 lead in the best- of-seven Centennial Cup quar- ter-final series. The Rustlers scored two un- answered goals in the first 20 minutes of play and boosied their margin to 5-0 going into the final period. Four of their goals were on power-plays. Darryl Wallis scored three goals for the HustlerSj wilh Doug Lindskog, Dale Lewis and Cord Dillcn adding single goals. Wayne Dye and Cliff Lane scored for the outclassed Ver- non team. Vernon took 12 of 20 penal- ties, including three majors and two game misconducts. The Rustlers iiad three majors. Earl Bowie and Mike Smith- son comhincd to make 32 saves in the Vernon net, while Gra- ham Parson made 32 stops for lied Deer. veteran Cuban and surprised many of the paying pa- trons at Paul Sauve arena with the easy win. Paduano, an Italian-Canadian, started slowly and appeared content to stay away from his opponent for the first three rounds. Rodriguez, who at 1G3 pounds outweighed the Montre- aler by pounds, came out swinging early and kept Pad- uano back with looping left-hand jabs. Rodriguez threw out some effective left-right combinations as Paduano backed off. In the fourth round, Paduano turned the fight around. Showing surprising aggres- siveness, the Montreal fighter began carrying Ihe fight to his opponent and scored heavily with crisp right crosses set up by stinging left jabs. Paduano mixed his punches well and was particularly ef- fective with his counterpunching combinations, scoring heavily to the Cuban's body. By the seventh round, Hodri- guez was staggering around the ring with Pacluano stalking him Paduano buckled his opponent's knees with a vicious right cross in that round and stiffened Rod riguez with a left hook in tho eighth. Bowling CAPRI BOWL WILSON'S JUNIORS Irene PonycK ?55, Nina Sindlinqt 347 Gloria Hrycyk 240, E Cecils ?S9, Mary Srcrfic 251, Rosi Nunvi-eiler 250, Dorothy Sorenson 2J3 Mart) a ret Ccmulini 2.16, Marv Schicikc ?Jl, Re-nate Walscr Kay 231, Jean Passcy 23? Voldene Dewar 233. SIMPSONS-SEARS Vanderzee 759, Dave Dounlfl 291 Ed Rosselli 343 To Pratt 250, Ian Wilson 763, Doug Weik 255, Kac Mann Audrey Abl 231, Cara Wyrostok 275. Vivian Hlnat iuk 378 Bernice HarUey ?29 GORDIE'S Gary Tunbridqe 307 Morgan Sparks 300 Mills 31B Jim Higa 340 Bruce McKillop 322 Abe Ems 310, Mike 7mur chyk 301 Randy We Is toner of I 377 Sieve Pe-risrscn M3 C90i) Ken Kurfz 331 Ron 295 Bill Cook W. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We have some fine RECONDITIONED 16" CARRIAGE STANDARD TYPEWRITERS SEU.KO AT We stack a compTete line of ADDING AND CALCULATING MACHINES ROYAL ELECTRIC AND STANDARD TYPEWRITERS CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES Phone 320-6868 620 13th St. North cgislature n e s d a y af crnoon the appointment of Ti ven Parsons, chairman, J i m rVright, vice chairman ?eter Owen, member of th' new commission. Leitch hinted that the com mission may be expanded i :he future to include represen :atives of the racing fan am larness racing. The commission will increas its surveillance over all aspecL of racing, said Mr. Leitch. Du ties include the making of rule governing horse racing and th licensing of, jockeys, Irainei and owners. Asked by reporters outsid the house, the Attorney Genera said if the federal governmen passes enabling legislation, A berta would likely pass its ov, laws allowing off track betting The new commission replace former members: L. P. Brom ham, C. W. Adams and Bloom. Rough night on goalies By THE CANADIAN PHESS Goalies for two teams spent miserable night Wednesda when Nova Scotia Voyagcu and Baltimore Clippers indulge in scoring binges during th Calder Cup playoffs. The Vees humbled Sprirtgfiel Kings 11-1 to win their best-o seven quarter-final series foi games to one, while the Cli pcrs belted Cleveland Baron 10-1 for a three-games-to-tw lead in their quarter-final. The Vocs next meet Ihe vor of Ihe Boston Braves-Prov dence Reds series, which coil up at Boston tonighf. Tt Braves lead the best-of-seve round 3-1. Baltimore will return Cleveland Friday for the sixi game, with a seventh contest, necessary, scheduled for Ball more Saturday. Yvon Lambert, Ron Busniu Chuck Lefley and Tony Feathe stone paced the Nova Scot club with Iwo goals each. Bo Murray, Chuck Arnason an Raiuly Rota got one apiece. Mike KeeJer scored for tl Kings, last year's America Hockey League champion midway through the second pe- riod. "We had everything going f Teddy Green, the veteran defence- man of Boston Bruins who lias not seen much action during this National Hockey League season, expects to be traded. "They won't leave me un- protected for the expansion Green says in an in- terview in 'Die Record Ameri- can. "I'm too valuable a man to be left unprotected. But if you were to ask me if I think I wil! be traded, 1 would answer yes.'' Green, who played in all 7G I'.mes for the Bruins last sea- son after sitting out the pre- vious year following a head injury, has spent most, of his time on the bench since Bos- ton acquired defencermui Carol Vadnals from Califor- nia. p layers, "I'm really proud cif this said the 69-y c a v -o 1 d Loafs vice-president who took over as coach late in the season when John McLellan was aide- lined by ulcers. "Even though they were hurt- ing for that last game, they went in and might have won it with a couple of breaks. let's face Boston club was a little stronger." Left-winger Darryl S i 11 1 e r, who missed the last game in Boston with a wrist injury, said he will have an operation on the wrist before going to Ottawa next month to starl a six-week course at the University of Ot- tawa. shift throughout the series. nels 12 Cor Lakers LOS ANGELES (AP) Jim iMcMillian scored a career-high points hut it was a basket by Happy Hairston that proved de- cisive Wednesday night as the Los Angeles Lakers edged (he Milwaukee Bucks 135-134 and evened (heir National Basket- ball Association Western playoff finals at a game apiece. Hairston put the Lakers into a 135-132 advantage with six sec- onds left in the game as he took pass from Jerry West. Ka- Most of the other players rcem Abdul-Jabbar sank a field packed up their hockey slicks to goal, but it left the defending take with Ihem to summer j champions a point shorl. hockey schools while others pre- pared to take up summer jobs. tallied '10 points and West had 28. 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