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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta npni i FIE IB i Bowling banter At Capri Bowl, Ken Larson is winding up the season in Gordie's Men's League in great style and earned the men's bowler of the week honors with a 907 triple made up of games of 321, 350 and 236 For the gals, the honors went to Mary Mihalik as she led her Doug's team to the all- star rolloffs with games of 275, 347 and 220 for an 842 triple Jen Hegi, playing in two different leagues, spared a head pin in one league and came right back to spare a head pin split in the other Tom Hirashima and Tosh Ibuki, both in JCCA, turned in solid performances Hirashima rolled games of 285, 316 and 277 for an 878 His league average is 219 Ibuki, with a 206 average, hit for 295, 252, and 293 for an 840. In the Park Plaza Beauty Shop annual women's league all-star rolloff, Doug's, with teammates Irene Lynde, Ann Duval, Maggie Oliver, Joyce Witwicki and Mary Mihalik hitting for a total they finished just ahead of Tuesday Morning Coffee with a total Some of the highlight's of the rolloffs were Marg Smith's 752 triple and a 300 by Myrna Olshaski Other triples were Jeanette Smeed 706, Irene Christie 737, Dore Blue 740, Jean Passey 709, Helen Weets 715, and Carolyn Wilde 711 In singles it was Elfreida Weins 285 and Phyl Harrison 280 In league finals Knights of Columbus saw Morgan Sparks finish with the men's high average, 230 while the gals tops was Wilma Valer 213 High triple, Pete Berthiaume 888 and Dorothy Oshaski 782.. High single, Abe Plett 375, Barb Angya( 338 In Speedy's Jeanette Smeed enjoyed both high average 229, and high triple 807 High single was Mary Onofrychuk's 339 In Eagles Lodge it was Gary Ward high average of 218, Helen Weets 197 high triple Rick Larson 858, Marie Barnett 801, high single Andy Krajewski 363 and Mane Barnett 328 In JCCA high average, Ryo Nagata 246 and Masa Goshinmon, high triple and single, Shinob Tanaka and 376 for the men, while for the gals it was Marj Fujita 927 and 360... In senior citizens, high average Henry Bechthold 216, Doris Vaile 172, high triple C. Van Wyk 736 and Anne O'Neil 654 high single, a tie between Ted Haszard and Tom Smith each with 324 and Phyllis Wurzer 269. Other high scores throughout the week For the men Bob Thompson 853 triple in Pre Built, Pete Berthtaume 790, Knights of Columbus, Morgan Sparks 334 and 815 and Duane Hamabat 358, also in KC's In Gordies, Ken Larson 350, 907; Bob Taylor 341, 885; Dave Smeed 317, 862; Mike Tobo 335, 855; Morgans Sparks 326, 850, Jack Smeed 312, 811 In Green's, Dave Smeed 317, 900; Cec Beaudry 753; Bert Mezei 315; Lew Mills 779 Henry Homes Jim More 334 and Ken Malcomson 768 In JCCA Ryo Nagata 329, 827; Tom Medoruma 302; Lee Hargrave 765; Gordie Tanaka 766, Roy Kamitomo 764; Mike Tobot 771 In women's, Higa's Juanita Lingard 718; Grace Franz 718; Phyl Harrison 764 Wilson's Janet Archer 293; Joan Sudo 270; Jen Hegi 275, Eloise Ives 279; Dorothy Sorenson 322 and 721; Helen Weets 289, 721 Speedy's, Marg Smith 338, 794, Betty Taylor 300; Jean Christie 283, 798; Doreen Wilson 701; Edith Voth 283 Martinizing, Mary Negrey 286; Carolyn Wilde 280, 775; Green's, Dianne Violini 309, 706; Eleanor Dorigatti 318, 852; Isobel Bergman 769; Dorothy Sorenson 714 Sundquist, Eloise Ives 331, 767; Dorothy Anderson 305, 773; Jen Hegi 281, 739 Doug's Music and Sports, Linda Fellger 276; Sally Trone 280. At Holiday Bowl, men's bowler of the week was Bill Gra.y of Civil Service with his 784 triple on games of 270, 282 and 232 He bowled 232 pins over his average For the women, Dallas Nesbit of Automatic Electric led the way with and 242, a 712 triple, 211 pins over her average In Commercial Men's it was Ken Larson 338, 854; Bart Mezei 325, 828; Ed Rossetti 309, Tino luvale 296, Bill Brown 294 In Automatic Electric Phil Legge 273, Larry Barton 270, Dallas Nesbit 247, Leona Donato 240 In Simpsons Sears Ed Rossetti 306, 733; Betty Dawson 269, Bernice Hartley 259 In the annual Simpsons-Sears challenge with Calgary, the locals won for the third straight year by better than 500 pins In Alcon it was Bob Spitzer 297, "Jack Tremblay 276 and Ruth Aldoff 326, 775 while in Senior Citizens Len Milner 278, 708; Alf Bell 266, Roy La Valley 261, Velma Miller 273, Kathleen Bernhart 273 and Betty Murtland 258 and in Bendix, Jack Brown 289, Don Bessie 283, Bea Nelson 318, Carol Kempenaar 289 League winners were Tom and Iris Archbcld, Bill and Belle Riley and Flora Meyer in Senior Citizens In Civil Service, top scores were Lew Mills 346, 859; Bob Black 297, Linda Beesley 270 and Guila Bunnage 240, while in CHEC Radio it was John Schaalje 290, Bill Willis 273 and Marilyn Dewar 322. Spring leagues are starting at Holiday Bowl. Grand prize in the women's section is a trip to Fairmont Hot Springs for inter-provincial playoffs. Mixed team prize in ?250 There are still a few openings in leagues Panda Bowl and Sunday specials will run until the end of June. LLLB ladies will meet The Lethbridge Little League Baseball Ladies' Auxiliary will hold a special meeting Wednesday night. The evening session will get underway at eight o'clock in room two of the Civic Sports Centre. Let... PrebCi prepare your recreation vehicle forthi holiday season; V I Complete service and APRIL SPECIAL 3 cubic foot Propane 12 Volt Fridge (phMlMtalletlon) PrebCo 600 4 Ave. N. West of Gae Company Phone 328-4421 Government criticized for introducing bill How can football come before inflation? OTTAWA An all party deal to vote today on the government's controversial football bill was thrown into confusion moments before the Commons adjourned Monday night House leaders for all parties agreed privately to end second reading debate today and vote on whether to send the bill to the Commons health and welfare committee for detailed study and probably extensive amendments. An order paving the way for the vote was scheduled to be passed before the House adjourned Monday. But the deal was knocked out of bounds when Jack Horner (PC Crowfoot) entered the House late in the day and spoke through the final minutes to adjournment. The order was never brought up. A government spokesman said Mr Horner may have been unaware of the all party agreement and disrupted plans unknowingly. If so, the vote might yet take place today. Conservative spokesmen say several other party members want to speak if no agreement is reached. The bill, which bans America'n football leagues from Canada, came up for provoking a storm of criticism from Conservative MPs PRIORITIES BLASTED Almost without exception, they condemned the government for introducing the bill ahead of measures to curb inflation and solve national labor disputes. "This is a government so out of touch that they have lost the right to govern, that they are unfit to Walter Baker (PC Grenville Carleton) charged as Liberals and Conservatives jeered and shouted at one another across the Commons floor. Mr. Baker, deputy Conservative House leader, asked why the government was forcing a football debate when the country was wracked by serious problems. "We "aren't, you yelled back Norman Cafik, parliamentary secretary to Health Minister Marc Lalonde, the sponsor of the bill. Mr. Cafik said he agrees more important problems remain unsolved. This was why the government had limited itself to two speakers Mr. Lalonde and James Fleming Both spoke on the first day of debate last Thursday. Mr. Baker said the government is responsible for all bills brought forward. The Conservatives would not "become the unwitting lackies of the government" by rushing it through. All speakers Monday were Conservatives except for Rene Matte Douglas Roche (PC Edmonton Strathcona) put his party's case in a nutshell when, he challenged: "Give us important legislation or give us an Taking less than a minute, he attacked the bill as "a distortion of a decaying Parliament" and focused on Liberal political weaknesses. "The Prairies wouldn't vote Liberal if Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau became the water boy for the Regina he shouted The Liberals lost all but three of the 45 Prairie seats, including all 19 in Alberta, in the 1972 election. Mr. Matte, the first Social Credit MP to speak, said he is not convinced the measure is necessary. "It's not true that it's a national sport; it doesn't interest all Canadians. It's not national sport in Canada; football does not interest the Quebecer." Flyers are after home wins, have one victory in New York Cooling off the fans When Buenos Aires soccer fans corne to see their favorite team, they are not always happy. This has been a losing year so, when the bottles start to fly the fire- men come in and cool off the fans with hoses, successfully. Officials are scorched CHICAGO (CP; The talk around Chicago Stadium hinged not so much on the ailing Black Hawks but on officiating for tonight's third game of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup semi-final with Boston Bruins. The hurts are slight, with both goalie Tony Esposito and Cliff Koroll sustaining leg in- juries in Sunday's game, an 8- 6 loss in Boston to even the best-of-seven series at 1-1. Both players worked out after returning home. Chicago coach Billy Reay, however, was still burning about the officiating in Sunday's game. Reay said officials are giving Boston defencernan Bobby Orr too much credit for his academy-award performances. "It's brutal what Orr gets away says Reay. "He jumped into the penalty on (Jim) Pappin. pick Redmond hardly touched him and he went down." Both misdemeanors occurred in the second period of Sunday's game. Pappin, who claimed Orr was lunging for the puck without any effort from the Chicago winger, started to protest to referee Bob Myers and had a 1'- minute misconduct added to the minor offence. Redmond's penalty set the state for Boston captain John Bucyk's third power-play goal of the game that knotted the score at 4-4. Reay said he told Myers after the game "he was gutless." Midget girls set practice The Lethbridge midget girls' Softball team will hold try-outs at the northwest diamond of Wilson Junior High School Thursday night. All girls 15-17 years of age are welcome to attend the practice set for a six o'clock start. Girls 17 years of age are not eligible if their birthday came prior to January 1, 1974. If further information is required you may contact Ms. McQuire at 329-3594. "Orr was flopping every time one of our guys got near him and he was getting away with murder all over the ice whenever we had the puck slashing, tripping, hooking, in- terference: you name it "I guess ever since that near riot we had in Boston, the night the fans thought Wally Harris should have called (Bill) White for tripping Orr and all those bottles were thrown, officials are afriad to call anything against him or overlook anything that even resembles a, foul against him." The Bruins, meanwhile, ar- rived later in the day and were not scheduled to work out at the stadium until today. They were of one mind, tonight's contest, starting at p m. MST, is not likely to follow the same free wheeling, high- PHILADELPHIA (CP) Philadelphia Flyers want to win their home games in the National Hockey League Stanley Cup series with New York Rangers. That makes sense, of course, but the Flyers are thinking about New York's Madison Square Garden where they have had their problems. "We can't let them win here because our record up there (New York) isn't too said centre Rick MacLeish. Isn't too good? MacLeish might win an award for under- statement of the year. The Flyers have won in New York once in seven 15, 1968 The Flyers, with a 1-0 lead in their best-of-seven semi- final series following their 4-0 win last Saturday, get a chance to add to that total at home tonight. The game is scheduled to start at p.m. MST and will be televised nationally by the CBC. "They'll be better you can bet on said Phila- delphia coach Fred Shero. "I'm sure they were tired from the Montreal series." New York coach Emile Francis agreed. "We stood around and watched them forecheck all Francis. "We'll have more motors on Tuesday." The Rangers have several members on the limp, with some of the injuries remaining as hold-overs from their quarter final series with Montreal. Leftwinger Vic Hadfield walked without the cast that had been placed on his injured left ankle more than one week ago. Hadfield is expected to be ready to return to the New York lineup in time for Sun- day's fourth game in New York. Walt Tkaczuk, the Rangers' centre, knocked out of action in the early minutes of the first game by a blow to the temple, said he is ready. Ron Harris, rugged right- winger-centreman, who hurt his shoulder and chest against the Flyers, echoed Tkaczuk's comments. The tough Philadelphia crew, apparently escaped the opener with a minimum of bumps and bruises. They were loose and confident at their Monday morning workout at the University of Pennsylvania rink. 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(Murray) Bond 816 4th Avtnut South, Lethbridgo, Alberta _________________Phone) 321-7714 But Dupont, former member of the Rangers' organization, today is a far cry from the overweight youngster who admits he could only hit people during his junior days in Montreal "I weighed 250 pounds in junior said Dupont, now at 200. "I was fat. I couldn't skate. I couldn't do anything except hit people.'' The 24-year-old native of Trois-Rivieres, Que., ditched the excess weight and since has become an integral part of the rock-hard Flyers' blueline corps that helped earn Philadelphia goalie Bernie Parent a share of the Vezina Trophy this season, along with Tony Esposito of Chicago Black Hawks Cougars recovered from bad mistakes TORONTO (CP) -Playing- coach Pat Stapleton said his Chicago Cougars "made a lot of stupid mistakes" in the second period of the World Hockey Association playoff game Monday night. The Cougars recovered, however, and took a 4-3 win over Toronto Toros to even their semi-final series at one game each. Third and fourth games will be played in Chicago Sunday and Tuesday "It seemed we were being frustrated by a lot of minor penalties in the second Stapleton said "But fortunately the Toros only got one power-play goal against us.'' The Cougars, who eliminated defending Pats, Cents set dates SASKATOON (CP) -Dates for the Western Canada Hockey League final between Regina Pats and Calgary Centennials were released today. The best-of-seven series will open with games in Regina tonight and Wednesday, the clubs moving to Calgary for the third and fourth games Friday and Saturday. If additional games are required they will be played in Regina Monday, April 29, in Calgary Wednesday, May 1 and in Regina Friday, May 3. champion New England Whalers in the quarter-finals, received four of their six minor penalties in the second. However. Bob Leduc was the only Toronto player to score on a power play, at which tied the score 1-1. Toronto, 6-4 winners in the opening game of the series last Friday, made it 3-1 with goals by Tom Martin and Wayne Dillon before Chicago rallied. The Toros got their goals in four minutes and 32 seconds Rookie Francois Rochon's first playoff goal, a 30-foot slapshot at of the third period, snapped a 3-3 tie and gave the Cougars the win. Rochon, 21-year-old left winger from Montreal, beat goalie Les Binkley from the rim of the le't faceoff circle after taking a passs from Brian Coales. We've been carrying a few extra players and didn't use him lRochon) in the first game against the said Stapletor. "He's going to be a good one and should mature with a little more experience." Rochon starred for Beavers of the r_uebec Major Junior Hockey League in 1972-73. In regular- season play with the Cougars, he had 12 goals and 11 assists. 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