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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling Banter AT CAPRI BOWL, Kae Mann moved into the spotlight as the women's bowler of the week with a sparkling performance in Simpsons-Sears sporting a 2M average, she hit for 206, 271 and a 338 for a big 815 triple and the outstanding ef- of-the-week race, among the gals ir the men's bowler- The Tournament of Cham- pions rolloffs will get under way April 24 with the top four teams in each league Qualifying for the 20 berths in the finals Sunday. April 29 The winning team will collect and a trip to the Alberta final in Calgary May 27 Also, the Canada Sum- mer Games bowling cham- pionships are billed for New Westminster this summer Spring League time is fast approaching trundlers are reminded that Soring play gets under way the week of April 30 with hi prizes up for grabs in each league women's, men's and mix- ed leagues are scheduled atid thote planning to compete should enter as soon as possi- In women's league play for the week. Linda Malcomson's 732 triple paced Prebuilt while in Riga's Pat Jarvie's 749 acd Kattoy Muller's 736 led ths way In Knights of Columbus the pace setters Pat Tunstall with 318 and Frances Costanzo 318 srd 725 while Dianne Corbett led WTson's Junior Shop with 292 and 744 Kae Mann's "33 and 815 was the big news n Simpsons Sears with Brownie Kaminski adding a 291 and 721 In Spssdys Jean Christie rolled 317 and In men's league action, SEke Irving was good for a 303 sod Morgan Sparks 329 and 779 in Knights of Colum- bus In Gordie's Sam Girardi's 378 and 852 led the way with Cec Beaudry's 320 acd 778, Tak Katakami's 316 and 814, John Rempel's 319 and 795 and Norman Gyu- lai's 358 and 752 following In Green's Randy Wolston- croft bad a 336 ahd 774, Sam Girardi continued his hot hand with 303 and 818, Ken Kurtz had 813. Jack Smeed 848 and Lew Mills was on the of-the-week race. Dick Tuk of Civil Service turned in his best performance of the year to earn the honors with an average of 216, he clicked for a 355, 224 and 242 and an 821 triple congratulations to both also hitting the high spots were Sam GirardJ- with 378 and 852 in Gordie's and Francis Iliga 340 and 848 in JCCA. all youths, male and female, who were not 21 until Jan. 1 of this year are eligible Lethbridge bowlers will quali- fy May 6 and the two winners will advance to the provincial final May 26 the Alberta king and queen will then earn a berth in the Canadian final Aug. 8-11 contact the Capri desk for more informa- tion. We during the past week both Pat Henderson and Helen Weeis spared headpin splits and the best of luck to the Southern Alberta team that will be shooting for West- ern Canada honors in Saska- toon this weekend may strikes be plentiful for them all. 762 and Grace Beard had a 782 triple white in Green's Shoes Jeanette Smeed post- ed a 751 triple. Linda Malcom- son 746 ard Brenda Pedersen 2SO and 736 Marine Rich- ard was the week's star in Eagles with 321 and Berace Pavan led NuMode with 311 and 740 Marie Smith's 700 triple paced Sundqtrist Construction with Fa ye Urano's 310 ard 748 tops in JCCA Dorothy Anderson had a 749 in Doug's. Lori Pal marchuk a 281 in YBC and Nadine Kovacs 299 and 761 in Young Adults. beam again with 301 and 887 Gary Ward's 305 led Eagles and in Henry Homes the best of the week were Garth Passey with 355, Jim Wright 300 end Tom Adams with a 779 taple Francis Riga's fine 340 and 848 paced JCCA witt Tom HirasL-ma adding 305, Wimp Nafcamura 301 and Ryp Nagata a 757 triple Dick Tuk's 355 and 821, George Epp's 750 triple and a 317 by Doug Anderson led Civil Service In YBC Baden for 323 and Harvie Pocza 299. Canucks sharp, drub Penticton CALGARY (CP) Calgary Canucks exploded for four goals late in the third period Monday night to take an 8-3 over Penticton Broncos in the fourth game of the best-of- seven Centennial Cup semi- final. The triumph, coupled with rejection of a Penticton pro- test, evened the series 2-2. Penticton trailed 1-0 going into the second period but the final frame opened with Cal- gary holding a 5-3 edge. Dean MaGee led Calgary xvith three goals with Stu Young getting two Single goals went to Greg Smih. Brock Caluznick and Joe Delure. Bob Nicholson, Chad Camp- bell and Les Crozier were the Penticton marksmen. Calgary took 10 of 19 penal- ties including two of four fight- ing majors and the Canucks outshot Broncos 37-25. The Penticton protest about the first game, in which ibsy claimed Calgary used T8 play- ers one over the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association limit was rejected because the team failed to post the re- quired ?100 deposit and also failed to file within the 12-hour time Emit after the game. The series now moves to Penticton wafh the fifth game arheduiea 'Wednesday. The rorth game will be played 'Trareday and the if necessary, will be plaved Fri- day Humboldt trailing 3-2 in the best-of-seven series. Terriers were assessed 12 minor penalties, seven majors and one misconduct. Humboldt took eight minors, five ma- jors and one misconduct At the mark of the third period, a fight broke out in the penalty box and when the equipment stopped flying the referee handed out five game misconducts to eacn team one to every plsyer on the ice throwing the players out of the game. Humboldt held a 7-4 edge at the time. The teams were tied 2-2 af- ter the first period and Hum- boldt led 6-4 after two frames. Jets expect led the Mohawks in four straight and again In 1970, ft was four games straight for Ihe Jds over Si. Boniface. _, r been told by their team sbodaj quarter final wmcn manager, Aime fihat by Humboldt Broncos }h? fhe are bigger, heavier hi'ting and im the oora- game was raled