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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta iowiing Tuenlay. April 1972 IHf UTHBRIDGE HERALD 9 CAPRI BOWL, there was no doubt about the men's bowlei'-of-the-week as Jack Smeed came up with one of. the liotlesl performances of the year to grab 1he honors long one of southern Alberta's top trumllcrs, he took first money in (tie Alberta Mas- ters tournament by posting a brilliant triple, the highest three rolled at Capri this year, with games of. 384 and 314 and finished the six-game rolloff with a pintail of an average of 293 Steve Pedersen averaged 2G4 for the six games to place third while Louise Plato of Medicine Hat turned on the steam in her final three games with an 810 triple to take top spot among the gals she averaged 240 for the six games The women's bowler-of-thc- week is Marion Tolley who paced her team to victory in Green's Shoes playoffs with games of 254, 194 and a hig 359 for an 807 triple. Two of the season's highlights are billed this week with the women's city learn championship tonight. The Art Smith memorial trophy will go to the win- ner Thursday night at the mixed team championship of the city goes on the line with the winner carting off the Lawrence Mead memorial trophy competition promises to be stiff in both rolloffs. Bowlers are reminded that Spring League play opens next Monday at Capri it promises to be one of the most active Spring sessions on record with over in prizes there still arc openings and those interested should contact Al Pearson immediately. In men's league for the week Bob Deimuth's 293 single and a 7GO triple by Mike Irving paced B and E while John Wildman was high in Simpsons-Sears with 303 Joe Schmalz led Prebuilt with 304 while in Green's the big guns were Tak Katakami with 304. and 770, Cecil Murakami 317, Ken Kurtz 303 and 778, Loura Novak 300 and 769 and Jim Kato 313 and 825 Nick Lastuka's 313 paced Eagles Lodge and Tom jMiklos rolled a 303 in Friday YBC Lew Mills with 307 and 776 and Len Scheibner with 307 led Civil Service while in Young Adults Randy Wolston- croft hit for 311 and 824 and Marvin Higa 295. if In women's league action, Edith Voth led Higa's with 278 and 749 while tops in Speedys was Mary Onofrychuk with 2B8 and 782 Dot Olshaski's 753 triple topped B and 12 while in Wilson's Juniors Shop Betty Hobbs rolled 30G and 739, Jen llegi 2% and 725 and Jean Thomson 326 Ruby Oseen again starred in Senior Citizens with 233 while in Morning Coffee the leaders were Connie Baceda 297 and Jean Janson 322 Other stars of the week were Isabella Bergman 288 a n d Dorothy Matheson 327 in Martinizing, Marion Tolley 359 and 807, Jeannefte Smeerf 350 and 803, Linda Malcomson 292 and 797, May Hiebert 309 and 773 and Sandra Westling 296 and 790 in Green's, Grace Van Dyk 304 and Joyce Amlreacliuk 283 in Sandtiuist, Mary Rath 301 and Lela Ober 314 in Nu Mode, Alice Kolibas 315 and 770 and Kit Jones 311 in Doug's, Lena Moore 331, Kaye Bathgale 307 and June Taylor a 768 triple in Civil .Service and Brenda Pedersen 305 and 805 in Young Adults. Rustlers win western title RED DF.ER (CP) Red Deer Hustlers scored three goals in (lie final three-and-a- half minutes le> drop Humboldt Broncos 4-2 and win I heir sec- ond consecutive Western Can- ada Junior A hockey cham- pionship. The victory gave Red Deer Turplc tops hill climb oil Sunday A crowd of nearly (iOO people look in the Lethbridge Molor- cycie Cluh's spring hill climb on Sunday and watched an out- standing display of hill climb- ing by 33 riders from various parts of Alberta and Montana. Ilex Turple of Red was Ihc big winner as he won the open or over re class as wolf rts Ihc main event final. In Ilio final, Turple received a standing ovalion as he reach- ed Hie top of the hill in fi.ij sec- onds to set a new record. He rode a Triumph. Turple had to turn in a rec- ord ride as I.ctlihridge's Har- vey Lloyd finished second in a time of 8.2 seconds. Third was Bob Daku of Lclhbridge in 8.0 .seconds. Turplc won the open on his cc Triumph again edging Lloyd. Brian Vierson of the host club was third. Pierson bad earlier won the 500 cc clsss on his Kawaskai. Second was Duane Hcrbers while third place w e n t to Daku. Herhers and Daku are members of the Lethbridge club. Tom Seilz of Medicine Hat won Hie 2.Wcc honors. He was followed by Daku and Harvey Pickcma of tho cily. the best-of-scven final for the Abbot Cup four games to one. The Rustlers now will meet Gnelpb, Ont., in the Centennial Cup final for the Canadian championship, with the first game of the besl-of-sevcn se- ries in Guelph Sunday. Doug Lindskog, a 16-year-old forward, who two years ago was forced out of hockey due to en calcium deficiency, scored two goals, including the winner at of the third period to lead the Red Deer attack. His second goal, at went into an empty net after Humboldt pulled goalie Bob MacDonald. Dale Lewis lied the game at 2-2 at of the third period, slightly less than two minutes after Larry Strueby had given Humboldl a 2-1 lead at Reg Kinch gave Bed Deer a 1-0 lead at of the first period but Pat Rooney lied it at the one-minute mark of the second. Humboldt took five of eight minor penalties. Red Deer goaltendcr Graham Parsons made 24 saves and MacDonald blocked 35 shots in the flumboldt nets. Attendance for the last game of tho series was a capacity Tlie Alberta Amateur Hock- ey Association president, George Harvie, of Edmonton presented the Abbott Cup to Red Deer captain Tom Lindskog following the game. Lawyer upsets intuiagcr as inquiry continues HARRIS SIGNS MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Gen- eral manager Wren Blair of Minnesota North Stars an- nounced Monday ho had signed veteran dcfcnccman Ted Harris to a three-year contract with the National Hockey League club. Harris was reported lo have been also negotiating with Win- nipeg Jcls of the new World Hockey Association. WINNIPEG