Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ANDY CAPP I'M NO woeSETO FtO THAN I EVER WAS, IT'S TUSTTHAT THE NEWS COVERAGE1 IS BETTER WHIUB 'ER MOTHER'S STAW WITH US.' Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL DOUG'J Kll Jooea 2M, Vtra NTcholli )M Dorolhy Hodges 744, Sandy Father Bunny Anderson 737, Rudy Osten 27J, Judy HarnacV; 3ii Elaine Tompklns 2S? Ellsle 'Acs- taros 770, Irene L ynde 37-i Glad- ys Field 7M, Linda Galfant 735. FRIDAY SCHOOLS Rick Maclean Kalie Pedrlnl I5i, Ren GreWnger ?3i, Carvln Baal- He 173, Rich; Darva Tom iViiXlw BANTAMS Greg KroVosh JOJ, Robert Mlklos 231, Slechen MIXIos lal, Mnllntfa Ham- llfon MS, Michael GfMa IPS, Cindy Pedrlnl 15J, Frlc tollman Kevin PrFndla AGT fAIXED FranV Tullre 290, Ron FoflJcr 5S2, iltl 373 Marian ToUcy 73-1, shlrlyn Y1n 255, Val ierbu Nina Waselen- I- 2T6. CIVIL SERVICE Yo Nlihlmura 2J7, Ltw rAflls 370 John Erlckson 373 Gca Fpn 314, Bill Cralk 281 [JJn, Bernlcfl Hay 353, Barb Epp Karlyn Spll- jer 2B3, Ria TuH 23f. YBC BANTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION War-ly 315, Harvle Pocza tB4, Rod CAalrnnw 71i, Dcujg Vogt 370, Allan 200, Roblri Stanton 180, Kim Tlngrfll 160. "B" DIVIS10K Bill Taylor 187, Klpp Craig 164, Doug Hendwion Mike Tolley 151, Darin Chakl W, Phil NnwlK BANTAM GIRLS PBl Hamllron Ml, Sandra Hamilton 198, CTpdv 171, Bev Salmon Debbie Andcrion 197. Brenda ChrKlle IBS, Janice Srabo 176, Debbie 5 i a b o 149, Cheryl Wlyeshlro 1U, Tracy TamnyoalB 1U. YBC JRS AND SRS Baden Pilling 31i, John Wlldman 377, Kim Kovacs 351, Lei Ericsson 3-J7, Tom Pasiey 273, Bob Tlnordl 25fl, David Urbvin 351, Lori Palmarchufc LTnda Malcomson 705, Cherya Obermler 219, AdfllA Reveling 235. CPR LEAGUE Rollfe HOV.-CS 270, VI AncJerioo 2W, Bob Andersen 233, Marie Ulldebanflf 3B3, Shirley Alexander 274 J Kramnvr 260, Irma 200, Jea Matchell 220, Frank 214, To Hack man !dj. Bill Gorzllia 334. Banquet ends Southwest season The third annual Southwest awards banquet was staged re- cently at the Sin-ling High School gymnasium. In the presentation of awards, Milk River Erie Rivers High School cnptured both the boys' and girls' conference volley- ball frophies while in girls' basketball play, Taber St. Mary's Auroras took home the honors. The host Stirling High School Lakers picked up the boys' bas kelball conference Irophy. Individual awards were also handed out as the top 11 play, ers in the boys' basketball con. lercnce were honored with med- allions. The All-Conference medalH ons wcnl to Handy Evers nnd Barry Lodemeirer of Milk River; Bob Hansen and Robin Ilanscn from Taber; Desi Me Kcc and Ferris Zaugg o! Stir ling; Ken Nakama and Allan Harrotd of Ihc Winston Church ill Bulldogs; Richard Low anc Ed Dick from Coaldale; and Lcn Zoeteman of fort Macleod YOUKC ADULTS Canfield 755, Dnflen Pilling 78, Marvin Higa NaiJina Kovacs 13, Darlene Terry 235, Brenda Peder- 776 Darwin Romanchuk IB Melanla Wifswi Kalli edrinl 171, Randy Worsloocrolt Suzan McDonald 360 Was Hughes killed while on the joh? DETROIT (AP) A question if whether or not (he death las! October of Detroit Lions' lanker Chuck Hughes was con lecled with his joh as a pro ootball player may force his vidow to go to court to collec vorkman's compensation. A pretrial examination Is se1 or May 5 before a compensa Uon in Detroit on (he matter. The compensation petition 'iled by the widow, Mrs. Sharon :Iughes, contends thai her bus band died on the job. She is seeking compensation which could reach as high as if she elects to take weekly pay merits until her Lwo-year-old son, Brandon Shane Hugbes reaches 21. Hughes collapsed on the field it Tiger Stadium last Oct. 2 during B National Foothal Ijeague game ngoinst the Chi cago Bears. lie was pronouncet dead at a nearby hospital more :han an hour later, allhougl doctors said for all practica purposes he died on the field o a heart attack caused by hard cninp; of the arteries. But the Hartford Insurance Group, which is the Lions' com prehensive insurance carrier ays Hughes death didn't have anything lo do wilh football. If the matter went lo cour and Mrs. Hughes won, shi would be eligible to receive a: much as a week for the nex 500 weeks. Under certain cir cumsfances, her son could hi eligible for a week for Ihi next 500 weeks. The figures are based on Ihi salary scale of Uje deceased which Mrs Hughes said wa, a week. The Lions, in their original re- port to the Workman's Compcn saUon Department, liste Hughes as having "collapsei playing football." Coimlry Club changes slag The planned stag at the Leth bridge Country Club has bee postponed. Set for Wednesday evening a eight o'clock the slag will nov be held May 3. The inclcmen weather caused the postpom mcnt. 5rocfc picked off twice Cardinals didn't expect to win By TDK ASSOCIATED PIIDSS Would you believe St. Louis ardinals could win a game in 'liich Lou Brock was picked off n successive innings for the rst lime in his career, In vtiich Joe Torre was forced out y an injury and Ihc opposing ilchcr belted a home run? AI Santorini believes it, even lough he probably lias to pinch imsclf lo fully realize that he ickcd up his first major-league ictory since April 13, 1970. Monday's hard-earned riurnph, 5-1, over Philadelphia 'hillies, was the Cardinals' first f Ihe young season after two ne-run setbacks. Elsewhere on n abbreviated m a j o r league ascball schedule, Houston As- ms whipped San Francisco Giants 7-2, Los Angeles Dodgers rounced Atlanta Braves 6-3, ialtimore Orioles blanked New York Yankees 4-0 and Cleveland :ndians zeroed Boston Red Sox '-o. Santorini, the fifth St. Lovil litchcr, came on in the ninth nning with the bases loaded, me out and (he Cards nursing a i-3 lead. He got a bad break hen first baseman Donn Clen- rienon dropped pinch hitter loger Freed's pop foul but Ihe 24-y e a r -o 1 d right-hander re covered to strike out Freed. Larry Bowa's sharp single made the score 54 and left Ihe hoses jammed but Santorini re ired Tim McCarver on a groun dcr to second for the final out Santorini had a 1-8 record San Diego in 1970, was (M with Ihe Padres and Cards last year and was lagged with the loss in .he 1972 opener Saturday. FRYMAN GETS BROCK Brock, Ihe Cards' Inimitable base-stealer, was embarrassed .n the first and second inning DV Woodie Fryman, who pickei Him off hath times. And Clen denon, in addition to bis poten tially damaging error, was run down trying to score from firs base on a single by Jose Cruz in the first inning. The Cards prevailed, despiti all that adversity plus Fryman': second career home run, whei Ed Crosby, Torre's replace Tom Bews added to guest list Tom Bews became the fifl head table guest for the 197 Milk River Sportsman's Dinne today. Bews, (lie 1971 All Aroim champion cowboy in Canada joins Vic Stasiuk, coach of th California GoUlcti Seals of tli National Horkey League sports figure Monsignor Alho Murray, former boxer Gordo Pouliot ami master erf cert monies Pat Sullivan at the hea table for the dinner set for th Saturday. Bews won Ihe saddle broil title as well as the steer ares ling crown last year as h earned some He ha been on the rodeo circuit fo just seven years, Since joinin llie association in he ha never finished out of the to five In All around compel Uon. He is now 21. Home for Bews Is Alberla, where he and his and three sons are the lone oc cupanLs of the (own. Bews finished third, fou years in a row in saddle bron riding until last year when h placed lirsi 15 times, givin, him the crown. Tickets for Ihe annual dinm are and can he purchase from any Milk River Elk member or at Doug's nnd th Lethhridfie Elks Club. CAPRI BOWL SPRING LEAGUES STARTING MAY 1 to JUNE 30 IN PRIZES enl, firectcd reliever Joe oerner wilh a leadoff single In e top of the ninth and Ted mnions doubled him home ith the tie-breaker. Simmons eventually scored what proved lo he the winning run on Dal Maxvill's sacrifice fly. A funny lliing happened lo the Giants on their way lo a repeat PICK A LEAGUE JOIN THE FUN 2 2 2 p.m. Wed. 7 _ CITIZENS 2 p.m. Sun. Bowling T CAPRI BOWL, there was no doubt as to the men's fcawler-of-the-week as Randy Wolstoncroff blazed his way to a red hot 914 triple iii pacing his team to the championship in Cardie's he opened with a juicy 377 and followed up with 251 and 286 for the latest in a long line of lop efforts this year Judy Lagrasss took Ihe honors among the women With a sparkling performance in Prebuilt Social sporting an average of ]80, she clicked for 286, 234 and 282 for an 802 triple, high mark of the year. In tho Thomas Adams' national classified provin cial championships in Red Deer, Capri's men's team came within 34 pins of. qualifying for the Canadian final in Winnipeg, losing out to Sletller after leading all the way Norm Tolley paced the locals with an 846 triple with the local gals, led by Kathy Ludwig who poslcd a 750 triple, placing lliird. In the men's league play for Ihe week, Ted Mc- Inlyre paced Prebuilt with 317 while leaders in B and E were Tino Ivvale with 320 and 826 and Bob Costanzo with 311 and 835 lop guns in Gordie's, besides Randy Wolstoncroft, were Stevo Pedersen with a rousing 388 and 906 Iriple, Lew Mills 318, Jim Higa 340 and 850, Bruce McKillop 322, Ken Kurtz 331 and 851, Abu Enns 310 and Francis Wright with an 808 triple In Green's Shoes Dave Smeed clicked for a 354 and 798, Roy Chanda 331 and 792, Allan Urirau 311, Ken Kurtz 349 and 780 and John Hempel with an 825 triple Jiro Miyagawa with 338 and Jim Yamada with 306 and a 780 led JCCA while pace- setters in Civil Service were Lew Mills 370 and 782 and George Epp 314 Randy M'olstoncroft's 304 was also the week's best in Young Adults. Valer posted one the highlights of the week in Civil Ken-ice by sparing a headpin and Jack Stead spared a headpin split in Gordie's. In women's league play, Dianne Pedersen's 299 led Iliga's with Dot Anderson's 284 tops in B and E Nina Sindlinger rolled 347 in Juniors and Kae "Mann posted 323 in Simpsons-Sears Marg Smith's 287 paced Speedys wlh Vera Nicholls high in Morn- ing Coffee with 281 and 779 Jean Passey's 298 and 788, Isabel Orslen's 300 and a 299 by Vera Nicholls led Mariinizing with Jean Koskoski's 314, Jeanette Smeed witli a big 370 and 025, Jean Christie willi a 336 and Marion Tolley with a 296 topping Green's Joyce Seierson's 286 led NuMode and high in Sundquist Construction were Jean Passey's 301 and a 797 Iriple by Eileen Carter Eleanor Dorigatli's 810 Iriple paced ACT, Gladys Field's 280 topped Doug's, Marg Besseling's 283 led Civil Service and Brenda Pedersen's 298 was high in Young Adults and Spring League time is just around the corner check with Al Pearson soon if you're planning to participate. f Ihelr early 1971 runaway, fter trimming Houston twice nd grabbing a 2-0 lead Monday ight on pitcher John Cumber- and's fiflh-inning single, they altered ond losl. Doug Itadcr lied the score for he Astros in their hall of the nning wilh a two-run homer nd they look llie lead in Ihc ixlh on run-scoring singles by Lee May and Dob Watson. May Ingled pnother run across he- ore Kader cracked a two-run riple. Two-run homers by Willie )avis and Manny Mota powered Los Angeles over Allanla. Davis 'rove in a third run with an nfield hit and Bill Singer, fac- ng live hitlers for the first time ince March 12, hurled four per- ect innings. Brooks Hoblnson and winning illcher Dave McNally rapper doubles as Bnlti- nore broke a scoreless game vilh Ihree runs in Ihe sevcntli and downed the Yankees. Me. Nally, bidding for his fiflh 20 season, tossed a four-hit, er. Short sport WINS MARATHON BOSTON Suonv alamcn of Finland took the lead about five miles from Lhc SPECIAL Y.B.C. LEAGUE SAT. P.M. Fully Air Conditioned Nunery Service Besr of Equipment PHONE 328-4089 Al PEARSON Lethbridge Cubs enter? The Alberta major baseball league approved lentative ex- pansion lo six teams following a presentation on the weekend from Lethbridge Cubs, defend- ing provincial senior champ- ions. The proposed entry was given a limited period of lime to consider several require- ments it must meet to oblain a franchise, including a fee. Lethbridga manager Doug Frier said the league could ex- pect confirmation of accept- ance within two days. The league's 32-game sched- ule, which includes eight inter- lucking games for each team against the Northern Saskat- chewan Baseball League, is to be released within a week. Other AMBL cnlries include Red Deer Elks, Edmonton Tig- ers and nine Willows, Calgary and Jimmies. Tuoiday, April IB, 1972 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD H Oranges thrown in Cincinnati By THE ASSOCMTKn 1'llESS Fans booed and In Cincinnati oranges flew from the stands as Ihe strike-delayed 1572 liascb.il! season opened during the week- end. But players and officials shrugged It off Monday and pre- dicted Ixjllcr days. "We must keep our heads up and not show any hostility lo Ihe said Don Gullett, left- handed pitcher of llie Cincinnati Jleds. "I think the fans will come back and enjoy the games." 'It's inevitable that some fans will get on us for added Terry Harmon, infielder and player representative for Philadelphia Phillies. "But a lot have been through il themselves and probably undcrsland." The player representative for Allanla Braves, relief pitcher Cecil Upshnw, said the strike overall was bad for baseball, but added: "I hope if one thing comes out of this, it will be lhat baseball will restructure itself so we can handle these problems without I bringing them into the public v.-ilhout coining lo Din slrikc." unmiisMoriLT IJov.io Kuhn was booed when he tlirew out the first ball of New York Mets' opener Saturday against Ihe world-champion Pittsburgh Pir- ales. Some of the loudest boos were heard in Ciiifinnnli wliero fans jeered Johnny Hcnch, Pete Itose and Jim Merrill, al! heroes of the Ilcils' 1970 pennant drive. They Inssed oranges it Rose in left field. Brooks Robinson, his representative in tho strike vole, drew abuse at Baltimore where the American Lcaguo champion Orioles won a rain- cwlailed game P.-l over New York Yankees Sunday. "I really didn't notice Robinson said. "I thought the fans overall were just grejzl." fans also lioocid Royals' ov.Ticr Kaulfman at Kan- sas City ;incl cheered delightedly when Nick Mileti, Iho new owner of the Indians, fell on tho wire barrier after throwing Uio first ball at Cleveland. finish line Monday and won Ih 76th Boston Athletic Associa lion Maralhon. Suomalainen won by abou 100 yards over Victor Manue Mora of Columbia. T h e Finnish runner was limed in for the 26-mile, 385-yard course. Third was Jaclnlo Sabinal of Mexico, EXPOS' OA.ME OIT MONTREAL (CP) Tho CBC will nol broadcast Ihe Na- tional League baseball game be- Iween Montreal Expos and New York Mcls Wednesday night be- cause of a continuing dis- pule, (he Expos announced Mon- day. QUICK" KNOCKOUT LOS ANGELES (AP) One oMTi and two (o go for heavy- wcighl Jerry Quarry as he at- tempts lo fight his way back lo tho top contender's post of box- ing. lie used a devastating left hook to pound Argentina's Ed- uardo Corletti into submission in less Uian one round Monday night. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Wa havo some fine RECONDITIONED 16" CARRIAGE STANDARD TYPE WRITERS SEUINOAT each We alia ilock a tomplelo line of ADDING AND CALCUlATtNG MACHINES ROYAL ELECTRIC AND STANDARD TYPEWRITERS CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES 620 I3lh SI. 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