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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE April Wt are IATA Agents for ill Alrllntt. Steamship Companies and tours. Book through us now at no extra charge ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 Neil Cusack crosses the finish line Cusack outruns Boston starters BOSTON Neil Cu- vick j 22-vear-old East Ten- nessee State University student Irom Limerick Iteldnd wore down a record held ot 1 705 starters with a blistering earh pace and won the Boston Marathon Monday DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE A GENERAL MACHINE SHCP SERVICE 12c STREET NORTH m the second fastest time in the 78-vear history of the Patriot s classic Slender bushv haired and sporting a knob of a black beard on his chin Cusack left the field a shambles as he cov eied the 26 mile 385-yard c ourse from Hopkinton to Bos- ton in 2 hours 13 minutes 39 seconds He was just 40 seconds off I he record pace with less than 1 wo miles to go but then eased up missing the course mark of 2 10 30 set by hngland s Ron Hill in 1970 Tom Fleming 22 a graduate student at William Patterson College in New Jersey suffered another heart breaking setback linishing as runner-up for the second vear in a row Fleming improved his time from 2 IT 46 to 2 14 25 .'erome Urayton a veteran distance runner from Toronto who holds the Canadian mara- thon record was third in 2 15 40 followed by Lucien Rosa 30 a Cevlon native who is a student in Wisconsin in 2 1553 Lethbridge Little League Baseball WANTED! Senior Little League Ballplayer Age 13 to 15 Special Registration and mass practices will be held on Tuesday, April 16th and Wednesday, April 17th from p.m. to p.m. OAVE ELTON PARK The Herald Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 7th Stopping MM AMMrt. Phone (403) 328-7411 HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES South squad impressive as a seven-member team Local bowlers lead in national final VANCOUVER (CP) Bowlers from northern Ontario Alberta, Manitoba and host British Columbia had first five block leads Monday in the Canadian five pin bowling championships Play started Monday night in the men's and women's team open events and the men's and women's singles closed competition More than 200 champion bowlers from five provinces and the Maritime and European Canadian Forces commands are rolling two blocks of five games to determine national champions Many of the competitors appeared Monday to be suffering from fatigue particularly bowlers from Saskatchewan victims of current airport disruptions They flew from Regina to Calgary, then endured a 16-hour bus trip, but still were at the official breakfast and later on the line tor pre-tournament practice In the men's open singles, Ron Stansfield of Dryden Ont boasting a 240 average this season rolled a 305, 315, 376 the best of the day so far 244 and 197 to post a 1 437 five-game total In runner-up spot was Bernie Sutton of Edmonton with 1.311 and third was Winnipeg s Ken Boddis at The Alberta team had a 362-pomt lead over runner-up Manitoba after five games in the mixed open event The Alber'ans were not spectacular individually, but were consistent and this paid off in the fourth game when they rolled the best single-game total by a team in the competition so far Steve Pedersen. Dianne Violini, Ken Malcomson, Lynda Malcomson, Roy Cunningham, Ken King and Jeanette Smeed had on the Scoreboard Manitoba had 6095 and norther Ontario was third with In the mixed team handicap event, Manitoba's Bill Bass of Brandon, Linda Bartel of Winnipeg Pete Fnesen of Carmen Pat Hicks of Winnipeg and Bryan Dixon of F'ln Flon had a five-game total of 256 points better than runner-up norther Ontario In third place were Alberta bowlers with 5 455 Jan Peters of Burnaby B C led the ladies open singles Going into the fifth game, she held a 231-pomt lead over June Gregg of Kitchener Waterloo, Ont thanks largely to a 343 second game But at the end of the day s play Miss Peters total was 1.371 and her lead had dwindled to 174 points over a new runner-up. Sue Turtle of Saskatoon who had a 1 197 total June Gregg was third at 1 190 Hawks want it over CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Black Hawks who admit they have not been playing their best hockey, hope to wrap up their current Stanley Cup plavoff series Tuesday night against Los Angeles Kings The Hawks lead the best-of- seven quarter-finals 3-1 and one more triumph will qualify them for the semi-finals against Boston Bruins who swept past Toronto in four games The Black Hawks were geared for a sweep against Los Angeles Sunday but the Kings aftei falling behind 1-0 roared back for a 5-1 victory That followed a 1 0 loss to the Hawks in Los Angeles Saturday night in a game which saw the Hawks get only 10 shots on in the last two a total of 32 for the Kings The way we ve been playing lately Los Angeles should be winning this series said Hawk forward Jim Pappm Chicago won the first two games 3-1 and 4-1 but the Hawks were hard pressed in both contests Following Tony Esposito s shutout Saturday .night coach Billy Reay switched to rookie Mike Veisor Veisor played well until the Kings took a 2 I lead and then was deserted by the usually sticky Black Hawk defence Reav defended the move to Veisor by saying four games in five nights is too much for any goalie Tony had to be given time off I have faith in Mike he said He was doing well, too until our guys just about deserted him after we fell be- hind 2 1 Chances are Esposito will be back in the nets foi the Hawks tonigh'. And the Kings, who switched to Gary Edwards probably will go back to Rogatian Vachon Meanwhile, Boston, if for health reasons only, probably will be rooting for Los Angeles tonight The Bruins probably would like to postpone meeting the winner of the Los Angeles-Chi cago series because of injuries and the flu Ken Hodge who had two goals and an assist in Boston s final 4 3 overtime victory Sun dav at Toronto, is still bothered by a torn cartilage in the collarbone and a groin pull he suffered in regular season Phil Esposito the league top scorer and John Bucyk both have minor cases of the flu KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI w CO tn Lightweight enduro motorcycles (for both on and off-road ridmg) like this Kawasaki 125cc are the biggest sellers LETHBRIDGE 10.1. j 13th St. and HARDIEVILLE ftQAD Phone 327-6117 Tr.ntmii.ion w W X I (A KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI ANCtf'SJOUCS AN1 MINE ARE COMN BOUND POR TEA COM BIN TONIGHT FEEL LOST, FLO I WISH MDU'D COME N WHAT TOO, RUBC DO _ MESELF? Royals head for home leading western series WINNIPEG (CP) Cranbrook Royals scored two short handed goals Monday night to defeat St Boniface Mohawks 5-2 and take a 2-1 lead in their Western Canada Allan Cup final The Royals winners of the Western International Hockey League championship for the first time in their nine-year existence, continued to outskate the Mohawks and their superior conditioning Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Lil Erdos 256 Eva Bems 238 Karen Taylor 244 Sheila Schikowsky 270 Patricia Lawson 230 Didi Dongatti 231 Lorraine Mickey 230 Manlynn Heaton 228 JUNIOR'S SHOP Jen Hegi ?56 Grace Vandyk 361 (796) Pat Plomo 266 (720) Marilyn Hembrolf 289 (682) Dorothy Sorensen 317 (767) Jean Passey 266 (745) Voldene Dewar 254 Barb Margaret Duff 261 Peggy Forry 244 GORDIES Duane Spilzer 308 Baden Pilling 342 (835) Morgan Sparks 311 (772) Steve Gangur Dave Smeed 320 (840) Jack Smeed 316 (792) Mike Tobo 318 (815) Mas Shiaehiro 309 Ed Henderson 341 (856) Al Smith 279 (749) SPEEDYS Lorraine Kirchner 318 (630) Shirley Fander 322 (715) Edith Voth Grace Beard 263 (663) Jo Ross 249 (631) Marilyn Christiansen 264 (614) Judy Conine 292 (640) fsabelle Sawchuk 246 Doreen Wilson Jeanelle Smeed 244 (647) HOLIDAY BOWL SIMPSONS SEARS Rick Marazak 274 (732) Marino Rapuano 234 Jim Vanderzee 238 Cal Greenslade 255 Jack Unlerseher 230 Anne Legge 245 Alpena Kirscheman 254 Ed Rossetti 301 Helen Rossetti 288 Jean May 256 BENDIX G D Nelson 233 I Hewitt 245 R Heitman 267 H Goretz 243 L Macht 244 J Brown 242 Robert Stanko 249 Dave Hewitt 223 ALCON Jack Tremblay 259 Mimi Trernblay 259 Rollie Jalbert 231 Ruth Aldoff 228 Elias Sawilla 260 (803) Shirley Brooks 240 Daryl Chnstensen 224 Marlene-Barrows 246 Rogan Sinclair 220 COMMERCIAL Roy Cunningham 300 (852) Ken Malcomson 308 (752) Jack Smeed 320 (882) John Rempel 330 (830) Bill Koskoski 288 (794) Bill Braun Gary Carrol 299 (745) Bob McKeen 285 (745) Sam Girardi 281 (753) Ken Kurtz 287 (752) Steve Pedersen 276 (805) Rolhe Jalbert 274 (762) Steve Dimnik 276 (730) AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Frank Donato 289 (777) Karlyn Spitzer 260 Ann Fredrick 248 Flora Donato 235 Larry Barton 241 Nesbit 250 Launce Block 220 Darrc Block 250 DAIRY QUEEN Gailya Pedersen 308 (700) Marge McLaughlm 256 Eileen Carter 255 Bessie McCulley 247 Erma McGuire 245 Helen Rosselti 250 Isabel Burrows 252 Mary Potvm 242 Lois Woolhouse 233 again showed up m the final stages of the game The Royals saw their lead cut to 3-2 early in the third period but won the game with two more goals as the Mohawks faultered Jim Miller scored both short-handed goals for Cranbrook one in each of the first and third period with Bob Mayer Brian Dickie and Jeff Powis also scoring For the Manitoba champion Mohawks it was John Neil in the second period and Leo Duguau in the third The best-of-seven series now shifts back to Cranbrook for the remaining games beginning Friday night We ve finally started playing the hockey we re capable of we're forechecking Cranbrook playing coach Eric Sutcliffe said, Doll held us in there when the score was 3-2 but he s played well in our league playoffs and always seems to make the big save Sutcliffe again credited the St Boniface goaltending with an outstanding performance Bob Rogers kicked out 45 of 50 shots but said conditioning was the difference You can tell the difference in conditioning we're skating much better But it s no fault of theirs as we've played twice as much and had two interesting playoff series before this one Mayer on a power-play and Miller with the Royals shorthanded scored for Cranbrook m the first period before a small crowd of about 500 spectators Powis made it 3-0 before Neil got St Boniface on the Scoreboard late in the second period Duguay made it 3 2 at 4 33 of the third period just moments after the first fight of the game But Dickie and Miller put the game out of reach Ed Legare and Ray Goss both of Cranbrook were handed game misconducts in the third period Legare was ejected for being the third man into a fight between Bill Ramsey of the Mohawks and Marv Ferg of the Royals Goss received a misconduct and then a game misconduct for arguing a minor penalty he was handed at 6 08 Cranbrook outshot St Boniface 50-37 and Rogers replacing Grant Clay who suffered a pulled muscle in the second game, played spectacularly especially in the first period when St Boniface was outshot 20-7 Miners seek ball players Lethbridge Miners fastball club will begin workouts Wednesday night The workouts will get underway at six o'clock Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Catholic Central High School Miners will play in the Calgary Major Men s League this summer and invite any players interested to try out for the club LOOKING FOR A FUTURE? 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