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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBHIDUC HEHALU Think Earlyl Think Ahead. Now It tlmt to for CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII 1S74 Coittct... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 321-3201 Bowling banter RON GRETZINGER bowlerof-the-month At Capri Bowl. YBC star Ron Gretzinger earned the coveted bowler-of-the-month award with a standout performance in the provincial high school finals .he blistered the pins for 415 single in his final game, .he opened with a strike, had a KEN LARSON bowler-of-the-month spare, rolled nine straight strikes and then had a chop-off with his last ball, .bowlers-of- the-week were Ed Henderson in Henry Homes who sparkled with 233, 383 and 328 for a 944 triple and Lydia Geworsky in Wednesday Coffee with 193, 310 and 304 for an 807. In the Tournament of Champion finals, the Action Belles of the Martinizing League captured top honors, and a trip to Medicine Hat for the provincial final ..members are Mary Nicolson who led the way with 306, Judy Tamayose. Alice Kennedy, Mary Mihalik and Masa Goshinmon. .The JCCA team of Shinob Tanaka, Aya Nakamura, Wimp Nakamura, Ed Takahashi and Roy Kamitomo with 321 and 814 placed second and earned .individual leaders were Morgan Sparks with 358 and 788, Bill Hleucka 315, Hardy Umeris 316 and Sid Pollock 300 and 764. .some of the top bowlers in the qualifying round were Baden Pilling 365, Brad Elder 324, Jean Christie 295 and 802, Leone Wolosyn 310, Francis Higa 309 and 767, Barb Scattergood 303, Masa Goshinmon 293 and 785 and George Matchett 311. Stars in league piay were Tom Smith 303 in Monday Senior Citizens, Sarn Girardi 327 and 824, Ken Malcomson 301 and 823, Jim More 327 and 804, Mike Tobo 321 and 818, Bruno Baceda 326 and Jim Higa 318 in Gordies, Bob Spitzer 307 and 849, Bill Stanton 333, Norm Gyulai a 785 triple and Martin Houtekamer 307 in Green's Shoes, Blair Senchuk 319 in YBC and Kim Kovacs 316 and Darwin Romanchuk 321 and 825 in Young Adults. .Leading the women were, Phyl Harrison 303 and 733, Dianne Pedersen 301, Kae Mann 309 and 737, Grace Frane 341 and Linda _Aspeslet a 762 in Helen Weets a 744 in Wilson's Junior, Adrienne McKeever 307 and Diane Decaire 292 in Morning Coffee, Isabell Bergman 318 and 746, Dena Smith a 768 triple, Grace Beard 307 and Eleanor Dorigatti 778 in Green's, Retta Lazaruk 743 in NuMode Homes, Lela Ober 325 in Sundquist and Lucille Barby 306 and 760 in Friday Mixed. At Holiday Bowl, Ken Larson captured the bowler- of-the-month championship for Arpil by exceeding his Commercial Men's League average of 238 by a big margin, .he put together a 388 and 850 triple and a 328 and 854 for two outstanding efforts .Bowlers-of-the-week were Dan Finnerty in Commercial Men's who rolled an 827, 158 pins over his 223 average, and Karlyn Spitzer in Monday Spring Mixed, .she cut loose for 291, 336 and 227 for an 854 triple, well over her highly- respectable average of 234. .in the windup of Commercial Men's, Reg Arnold posted 369 and 876, Sam Girardi 333 and Steve Saler 302. .John Rempel took high average for the year with a 262. In Monday Night Spring Mixed Rollie Jalbert had 325, Hugh Christie 310 and 819 and Melaine Wilson 305 Leaders in Dairy Queen were Erma McGuire with a 701 triple and Gailya Pedersen 716 while in Wednesday Afternoon Spring Dorothy Sorensen had a 719 triple. Karlyn Spitzer continued her hot pace in Wednesday Night Spring play with 313 and an 818 triple with Jeanette Smeed adding 282 and Roma Bishop 281. Leaders in CHEC were John Schaalje with 297 and Elaine Brown 280 and 804. Karl Campa paced Pepsi with 304 and 789. In Thursday Night Spring action John Wecels led the men with a 310 while the top gals were Bernice Pavan with 284 and Myrna Tymensen with 282. .In Civil Service Steve Roth was good for a 285 and Arley Wilson 282 while Darlene Larson and Alice Kolibas tied for the women's laurels with 297 each..A reminder that there are still some openings in Spring League play with Sunday specials set for 5 to p.m. and eight to Panda Bowl goes each Saturday from nine to 12 with more information available from Ron Brown at 328-2855. Herald' Sports LETHBRIOOB OFFICE FURNITURJ LTD. Loww 7lh ttrMt Mopping Mill (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES World Hockey team to play Soviets six times Howe, Hull get chance to meet Russians TORONTO (CP) There may be no National Hockey League players on the roster when Team Canada 74 engages the Soviet Union's national team in a six-game series in September. But two former NHL greats Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull will head the Canadian team of World Hockey Association players. Announcement of the series was made at a news conference Monday by officials of the WHA, Hockey Canada and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. Douglas Fisher, chairman of Hockey Canada, said the first game will be played "no earlier than Sept. 17" and the last game in Moscow Oct. 5. Four of the six games will be played in Canadian cities with the last two in Moscow. "The Russians only wanted two games at home." A better training program and two extra weeks of practice are plus factors Team Canada 74 organizers believe will provide an edge over its 1972 predecessor, which was restricted to NHL players. Fisher said the 1974 team will be open to all Canadian players. Hull was barred from the 1972 team because he had "jumped" to the fledgling WHA. Howe, the NHL's all-time scoring leader with 786 goals, made a comeback this season with Houston Aeros of the WHA. This time, Hull, player-coach of Winnipeg Jets, will be one of two assistants to head coach Billy Harris. Harris and Hull were named by Ben Hatskin, owner of the Jets, who will serve as the WHA's official representative to the team. Hatskin also named Bill Hunter, vice-president and general manager of Edmonton Oilers of the WHA, as Team Canada '74 manager. In addition to Howe and Hull, three other players with extensive NHL experience may join the team. The three, who played with Team Canada 1972, are Pat Stapleton, who left Chicago Black Hawks to become playing coach of Chicago Cougars of the WHA; Paul Henderson of Toronto Maple Leafs, who has been reported considering jumping to the WHA's Toronto Toros; and former Montreal Canadiens' goalie Ken Dryden, who is expected to join the Toros after a year's sabbatical from hockey. Fisher said the invitation to NHL players remains open, but it was not expected any would join Team Canada '74 because the NHL board of governors had ruled against such participation. NHL president Clarence Campbell, said his league never again will supply players for a Canadian national team. He cited inadequate compensation in the 1972 series, both to the league and to the teams. Meanwhile, Alan Eagleson, executive director of the NHL Players' Association, said Hockey Canada is repeating a mistake it made in 1972. "It is completing arrangements at a date too late to allow adequate preparation of a team." Eagleson said the 11-month Soviet season makes it inevitable that the Russian team will be in far better shape than its Canadian opponent. Fisher said no decision has been made on a training camp site. Team Canada '74 and the Soviet squad will be limited to 25 players each, Hunter said. Unlike 1972 when the two-referee system was used, the 1974 games will be handled by a referee and two linesmen. Fisher said ticket sales and television revenue from the series would be split equally between the WHA and Hockey Canada an organization of government, business and sports interests including the CAHA, whose aim is the promotion of hockey in Canada. Each of the participating players would receive about along with fringe benefits. A little foolishness Blue Gras Stakes winner Judger nuzzles exer- in preparation for Saturday's 100th running of the else jockey Tommy Wallis after a morning workout Kentucky Derby. Make offer to buy Broncos I Longhorns still in fight f By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Lethbridge Longhorns of the Alberta Junior Hockey League may have lost one or two of the battles in their bid for a Tier 1 hockey franchise, but they have not yet lost the war. In what has been a year-long confrontation, the Longhorns, a Tier 2 team, have made a solid bid for at least some of the action in the Western Canada Hockey League, if not all of it. The Longhorn executive have made an offer to purchase the Swift Current Broncos from owner Bill Burton. Burton, you will recall, was given the go-ahead by WCHL officials to transfer his Broncos to Lethbridge, providing all sides agreed on the move. Burton got the green light from city officials as they made available the new Sportsplex. Monday, it was announced that the minority shareholders of the Broncos have agreed to sell their shares to Burton, providing he acquire a Tier 2 franchise for Swift Current. According to Herb Christie, Longhorn president, indications are the locals are making progress in their efforts. "We were responsible for getting the minority shareholders to sell to said Christie. Now, all the Longhorns must do is convince Burton they should be a part of the team in its move into Lethbridge. As Christie puts it, "the Broncos are coming one way or another. Things will be much smoother if everyone works together. The Longhorn bid, in the form of a telegram, should leave Burton with no doubts as to the good intentions of the Longhorn hockey organization. The telegram read: this telegram is to confirm our recent telephone conversation and offer to purchase the franchise of the Swift Current Broncos and the players list and contracts to cover same for the sum of This offer is good until 12 noon, CDT, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1974. Conditions of this offer are subject to the approval and support of Bill Burton in transferring the franchise in the Western Canada Hockey League from Swift Current to the Lethbridge Longhorn Hockey Club. Christie and his people have not heard anything as yet. They are hopeful if they cannot buy the Broncos outright, then possibly Burton and the locals can join forces. In Swift Current this morning, Burton did acknowledge the fact that he had received a very reasonable offer from the Lethbridge Longhorns. However, it is still too early to make any kind of decision on future partnerships or working agreements says Burton. "Things are progressing very he said. "At least as well as can be expected at this time." Burton is optimistic that he will have the Broncos on display at the new Lethbridge Sportsplex this fall. KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI W CO Lightweight Enduro motorcycles (for both on and off-road riding) like this Kawasaki 125cc are the biggest sellers. LETHBRIDGE 13th St. and HARDIEVILLE ROAD owocoki Phone 327-6117 WORK WANTED Hardworking hano aeeks good honest job on ranch or farm. Will herd stock, ride range, run errands, take boss to'town night or day No job to big or small. Easy going person- ality. Reliable, strong, loyal. Good references, too. Contact local Kawasaki dealer. Ask about dual- purpose, 10 speed G-4. to CD KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI KAWASAKI IFSOUEVER6EGRU6GE OVWtOUR WAftfiSTDME.PCT, TOU MUST Tf U. WHAT'S IS X DON'T KNOW THOUGH ItEALLVAM- Aeros take lead By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Howe family sent Min- nesota Fighting Saints reeling again Monday night as Houston Aeros triumphed 9-4 to take a 3-2 lead in the World Hockey Association semi-final playoff series. It was the second consecutive win for the Aeros, who took the West Division title in regular season play. Houston won 4-1 Sunday night to tie the series 2-2. Gordie Howe and son Mark scored shorthanded goals in less than one minute in the first period to get the Aeros flying. Mark added a second goal later in the game. Larry Lund had a goal and two assists for the winners. The sixth game in the best- of-seven series will be played Wednesday night in St. Minn., with a seventh, if necessary, Thursday in Houston. The survivor of the Houston- Minnesota round meets the winner of the Toronto Toros- Chicago Cougars best-of- seven semi-final playoff. The Cougars lead 2-1 with the fourth game in Chicago tonight. HARRIS OPTIMISTIC The Toros face an uphill fight but that's a familiar (Situation, says coach Billy Harris. "We're down, but don't forget we survived under pressure in the race for a playoff berth. We won our last six games and every one was a must game." Hampering the Toros tonight will be the absence of injured defencemen Steve Cuddie and Rick Cunningham. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Eait EMI W L Pel. GBL W L Pet. GBL Montreal 9 6 600 Bait 11 7 .611 St Louis 12 9 571 Milwaukee. Philadelphia 9 11 .450 New York Chicago 7 10 .412 3 Boston New York 7 13 .350 Cleveland Pittsburgh 6 12 .333 4V4 Detroit West Los Angeles 16 5 Texas Houston 13 10 565 4Vz Oakland .563 1 12 10 .545 1 .10 11 476 9 11 450 3 8 10 444 3 Wmt ..12 8 600 10 9 526 Cincinnati 10 9 526 Califor 10 11 476 Atlanta 11 11 500 6 Minn 9 10 .474 San Francisco .11 11 500 6 Kansas C San Diego 9 14 .391 8 (10 .444 3 7 11 .389 4 MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 010 100 2 7 1 Houston 510 109 20 1 Bonham Hutson Todd Burns Hooton Kremmel (6) and Mitterwald, Roberts (4-2) and M. May. HRs. Hou L. May (2) (4) New York 000 231 13 2 Los Angeles 440 000 8 0 Stone Apodaca McGraw Miller (8) and Hodges, Sutton. Brewer (5) Marshall (7) and Yeager. HRs- NY Millan Qarrett WORLD HOCKEY LEAGUE SvrlM E W L F A Pit Houston 3 2 23 16 6 Minnesota 2 3 16 23 4 Serin F W L F A Pit Chicago.....2 1 11 11 4 Toronto 1 2 11 11 2 WHA PLAYOFF LEADERS G A Walton, M.. 10 8 18 Lund, H........7916 Mark HOwe, H 7 7 14 Connelly, 6 6 12 Labossiere, H 4 8 12 Backslrom, C 4 711 Hughes, H 6 4 10 Morrison, M ......5 5 10 Carleton, T ......1 9 1C Hall. H 549 MONDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 000 000 10 1 Minnesota 200 000 9 0 Kline (3-2) and Duncan; Albury, Campbell (9) (2-1) and Hundley. HRs: Hendnck (4) (2) California 011 102 020-7 12 0 Boston 100 000 7 0 Singer (3-2) and Rodriguez: Tiant demons (9) and Fisk HRs Cal MCCraw (2) SATURDAY American Hershey 4 Providence 3 Hershey leads best-of-seven finals 1-0. Western Phoenix 3 Portland J2 Phoenix leads best-of-seven finals 3-1. ALLAN CUP Barne 2 Thunder Bay 1 Barne leads best-of-five Eastern Canada final 1-0 Centennial Cup Smiths Falls 6 Thunder Bay 3 Smiths Falls leads Eastern Canada best-of-seven final 3-1 Selkirk 8 Kelowna 3 Selkirk leads Western Canada best-of-seven final 3-1. WCHL Reglna 5 Calgary 2 Regina wins best-of-seven finals 4- 0. DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. an 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;