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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Documbsr T, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 WIMP NAKAMURA Bowler-of-tlie-montu Davi Bowling Banter IIIIIJIJI AT Glondale Bowl, Wimp Nakamura is the man of the hour, getting the nod as bowler-oMhe-month for becoming the first male trundler of the year to exceed the magic 900 mark he's rolled some top ef- forts Utrcughout the year but f hit thfe jackpot in Commer- cial Men's with 311, 248 and a big 355 for a 914 triple his average currently stands et 230... The men's bowler-of- the-week is John Erickson who followed hot on the heels of Wimp Nakamura's 900 triple with one of his own he hit for 296, 285 and 328 in Civil j Service and a 910 triple, sea- son high hi Civil Service Elaine Sinclair took the wo- men's bowler-of-the-week hon- ors with a 245 and 30G in CPR, good for a 551 double it gave her the league high with a 306 single and 551 don- i ble and boosted her average to the number one spot at j. 201 Another star of the week was 1101117 Bechlhold who has been hitting a sizz- ling pace all year in Senior Citizens he put together games of 335, 287 and 208 for a solid 830 triple he's one of many Senior Citizens trundlers who are showing a lot of the young ones what the game is all about Setting the pace in league play during the past week was re Barton with a 305 in YBC senior competition, Vi Price with 347 in Tracy's, Sandy Scattergood with 837 in IODE, Marlcne Trcmcl a fine 345 in Soulh-Alta, H. C. Brown with a solid 356 in Commercial Men's, Helen Dickson 347 hi Shoppers World, Lew Mills, who has enjoyed some top outings lately, with an 862 in Civil Service, John Erickson's big 910, of course, in Civil Sendee, Lynn Turnbull 316 in Higa's, Gwen Edwards 305 in B and E Hardware, Marie Smith 306 in IOF and Dot Sorenson 300 An open invitation is extended to all bowlers, league and non-league, to compete in the NHL rolloffs bowling times are Thursday nights at seven o'clock and Sunday afternoons at one. AT CAPRI BOWL, the spotlight shines on Marion Gnzik as bowler-of'-the-month bowling in Green's Shoes with an average of 191, sire cut loose with a great effort as she rolled 231, 261 and 350 for an 842 1 tnple, her 350 and 842 new highs for the season I Men's bowler-of-the-week is steady John Rcmpel who clicked for 243, 314 and 301 and an 858 triple in Green's, with the pin-battering giving him high average at 241 Marg Smith got untracked to nab tha women's bowler-of- the-week laurels, rolling 255, 229 and 339 for an 823 in Freel's it boosted her av- erage to 221 and marked her second 800 triple of the sea- son New season highs set this past week were Nina Sindlinger with a 199 aver- age and Vera Nicholls with a 728 triple in Juniors, Randy Wolstoncroft with an 817 triple in Hepp's, June Taylor 221 average in Wednesday Coffee, John Rempel's 241 average in Green's, Marie Smith's 200 average in Sundquist, Masa Goshinmon's 809 triple in Martinking and a 327 single by Rodney Malchow in YBC bantams One of the week's highlights was the victory by Capri's bantam, junior and senior team which downed Chinook Bowl of Calgary by 350 pins in YBC action Top gunners Michele Maclean 248 and Harvie Pocza 213 in bantam, Lori Smeed 241, Baden Pilling 270 and a 975 for four games and Rick Barva 275 for the juniors with Linda Malcomson 315 find 987 for four, Marie Waselenak 264, Darwin Romanchuk 275 and 967, Bernie PoH 286 and 966 for the seniors with a return match here December 13. League stars for the week were Gary Ttrabridge 326 and 837, Bill Hleucka 300 and 826, Jock Mulgrew 327 and 806, Sam Girardi 324 and George Szilagyi 314 and 794 top gals were Linda Malcomson 311, Masa Goshinmon 299 and 809, Marion Guzik 350 and 842, Marg Smith 33a and 823, Dot Miya- shiro 308 and Fudge Tomiyama 299. MARION GUZIK Bowler-of-thc-month Bassett will give up post TORONTO (CP) Hie Globe and Mail says Jolin Bassett, chairman of the Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd. board of directors, mil quit at the annual share- holders meeting Dec. 17 and that Stafford Sraythe and proba- bly Harold Ballard will be re-in- stated as president and vice- president respectively. Dick Bcddoes, writing in to- day's Globe and Mail, says Gar- dens' president George E. Mara will probably not stand for re-el- ection and board secretary Ian S. Jolmston will resign In a massive shakeup that will re- duce tie number of board direc- tors to nine from 20. The Globe and Mail says J. R. Bradfield, who resigned from the board some time ago, will be joined by Bassctl, Henry Borden, Charles Burns, George Gardiner, William Hatch, Syd- ney Hennant, R. A. Laidlaw, W. A. H. MacBrien, A. Bruce Matthews, John Stewart and W. 0. Twaits. EXPORTX Few surprises as (dl-Canadiau team named All-star votes endorse Lancaster's selection By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Ron Lancaster of Saskatche- wan Roughriders, Canada's 1970 player of the year, won unani- mous endorsalion today as all- Canada quarterback. Tha Canadian Football League all-star squad was cho- sen by ballot among the Foot- ball Reporters of Canada and released by 1970 president Jack Koffman of Ottawa. The running backs were Hugh McKinnis of Calgary Stamped- ers, top ground-gamer of the CFL; Bill Symons of Toronto Argonauts, and Jim Evenson of British Columbia Lions. Narrowly edged in that cate- jory were Moses Benson of the Grey Cup-champion Montreal Alouettes and George Reed of Saskatchewan. Jim Thorpe of Toronto took the flanker spot, well ahead of runners-up Gord Barwell of Sas- catchewan and Gerry Shaw of Calgary. UKN'ESS IS CENTRE The offensive centre position went to Ted Unless of Saskat- chewan who was well ahead of ene Ceppetelli of Montreal and Basil Bark of Calgary. Jack Abendschan of Saskat- chewan led the offensive guards with a tie for second place be- tween Bill Banychuk of Hamil- Miami still alive ATLANTA CAP) Mercury Morris and Larry Csonka ripped Atlanta's touted defensive unit to shreds and Bob Griese added the big-play touch Monday night as Miami Dolphins kept alive their hopes of reaching the Na- tional Football League playoffs with a 20-7 victory over Atlanta Falcons. "We just got whipped in every phase of the said coach Norm Van Brocklin of the Fal- cons after the weekly national television attraction. 'Our defence got whipped .this time, just like our offence Van Brocklin said. The triumph boosted Miami's American Football Conference East Division mark to 7-4, leav- ing it 1% games behind Balti- more. Each has three games re- maining, with all of Miami's at home against the New York Jets, Boston Patriots and Buf- falo Bills. We'll let somebody else worry about the playoffs." said Dolphin coach Don Shula. "We still have a chance to catch them (Baltimore HAS ANOTHER SHOT Howfiver, Miami still has an- other shot at a playoff spot by compiling the best record of di- vision runner-up. The only other teams ap- proaching the Dolphin mark are jo-leaders in the West, Oakland tlaiders and Kansas City Chiefs, >oth with 6-3-2 records. They still must face each other. ton Tiger-Cals and Lanny Bol- eski of the Stampeders. Bill Frank of Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Ellison Kelly of Hamilton took the tackle spots 'and Henn Harrison of Calgary was well ahead of Toronto's Mel Profit for light end. Tommy Joe Coffey of Hamil- ton outclassed runner-up Hugh Oldham of Ottawa Rough Riders at split end. Hamilton and Toronto domi- nated the all-Canada selections with five players each. Saskatchewan and Calgary each placed three with Edmon- ton Eskimos, British Columbia, Ottawa and Montreal each get- ling two aboard. Winnipeg came up with one. On the defensive squad, Sieve Smear of Montreal took an end spot with'Ed Harring- ton of Toronto edging Craig It was a grand homecoming Huge gathering cheers Larks the city's Grey Cup chainpion Alouettes were merrily toasted at. a champagne celebration atop Mount Hoyal and mobbed as heroes in a street parade. Crowds estimated variously at and filled down- town streets Monday at noon- time to shower confetti and kisses on their favorite football players who defeated Calgary Stampeders 23-10 Saturday to win the Canadian Football League title for the first time in 21 Another 600 fans continued the celebrations on top of the moun- tain late Monday night beneath a large banner reading Bravo Alouettes. The victory parties started at the final whistle in Toronto Sat- urday afternoon and continued with.a cheering reception Sun- day by about persons at the Montreal International Air- port. General manager ited O'Quinn told the mountain-top party given by Mayor Jean Drapeau that "I believe this team is one of the greatest sports groups ever put to- gether." The mayor said the team was "writing glorious pages in the history of sport in Montreal." The tumultuous crowds who lined a six-mile parade route at noontime Monday often Com- pletey halted the players' prog- ress as they clambered aboard convertibles to seek autographs and kiss the victors. Almost as soon as it started, it became apparent that a tight MONTREAL schedule issued by the mayor's was victory_day for Montreal as nfficc eouid not be maintained. Police motorcycles had to clear separate paths for each car blocked by milling fans. At one point the car carrying quarterback Sonny Wade, voted outstanding player of the Grey Cup game, and coach Sam Elcheverry, who was quarter- back of the last Alouette team to make it to the football final in 1956, was cut off from the rest of the parade. Police used nine motorcycles to keep crowds to a manageable mini- Minor hockey In Pee Wee action last eve- ning the Vikings trimmed the Canucks 4-3. Jeff Takeyasu paced the Vik- ings with two goals while Duane Ptytia and Kevin Drag- land chipped in with a goal apiece. Kelly Danielson did all the Canucks scoring as he popped in tlu-ee markers in the second period. After 60 minutes of play in Bantam B action the Hangers and the Hornets fought to a 1-1 tie. Sheldon Kelly picked up the lone Ranger goal while Brian M a 1 a c k o replied for the Hornets. In Bantam A action the Ca- nadians cruised to a 4-1 victory over the Black Hawks. Sid Johnson, Dale Nesting, Brian Robinson and Lee Sal- mon replied for the winners while Doug Scroggie banged in ;he lone Black Hawk marker. ANDY CAPP it PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT] v'AVEN'T PACKED UP i THIS BIOKH AN "It's shouted Etch- everry when the parade finally made it to city hall an hour later than scheduled. "Last year we had the Grey Cup pa- rade here, but it was nothing compared to this." Alouette Wait Highsmith ex- claimed "I was in New York for the welcome they gave the Mets after they won the World Series. Even that didn't equal today." At city hall, Etcheverry signed the golden book and Mayor Drapeau told him: "Don't worry, you'll get used to it. You'll be doing this many times The parade brought bankers, stockbrokers and secretaries out of their offices in breezy 40- degree weather. "It was said one policeman, who despite the huge crowds reported no trouble. At the airport Sunday, fans had cheered "We're number one" and "We want the Als." But not everybody knew ex- actly what was happening. One man asked: "Is (presi- dent) Nixon coming to Koinzan of Calgary for the olh- er. Augelos Mosca of Hamilton led the voting for tackle with the second spot going by the margin of one vote to Greg Pipes of Edmonton over Ed McQuarters of Saskatchewan. Wayne Harris of Calgary, Canadian lineman of the year, was a country mile ahead of runner-up Charlie Collins o( Montreal at middle linebacker. At outside linebacker were Jerry Campbell of Ottawa and Greg Findlay of B.C. 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