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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta inE bEinomvuE ncnMbU V9C9mO9T Bowling banter JEANETTE SMEED bowler-of-the-month At Capri Wimp Nakamura moves front and centre as the bowler-of-the month with a blazing 985 triple on the strength of 305 and 334 it is the highest triple of the year in local bowling circles and gives Wimp the Hy's Steakout award for the month of November Wilma Valer took women's bowier-of the week honors with a sparkling effort in Knights of hitting for 282 and 355 for a 925 Lethbndge Senior Citizens topped Medicine Hat for the second time this year by pins as they tuned up for the qualifying rounds of the provincial final Dec. 16 the locals were paced by Roy LaValley with 257 and Matt Bernhart 286 and Henry Bechthold 263 and Ward 235 and Norah Holforth 255 and 652 YBC highlights for the week were Cherye Obermyer who took over high single in senior girls with a 350 and junior Randy Bird who shattered his 118 average by bowling 242 and a 521 triple leaders in Jet play were Lee Ann Tunstall 188 and Duane Seibel Pam Shigehiro 204 and Greg Schai'fer 218 in bantam action. Susan Stanton 274 in juniors and Dwayne Guzzi Darwin Romanchuk 316 and Lori Palmarchuk 292 in seniors. Tops in league play among the Joe Heathcote 328 in Knights of Fred Mastor 363 and 811. Jim More 324 and 774 and Bill Hamilton 315 in Gor- John Rempel 331 and Bert Mezei 341 and Bill Taylor 318 and John Wildman 303 and 794 and Frank Tuttle 310 and 795 in 1 Green's Rick Larson '303 and 858 in Earl Doucette 320 in Henry Homes Mas Shigehiro 306 in JCCA the gals were spark- ed by Rose Nunweiler 300 and 766 in Senior Phyl Harrison 346 in Betty Sorensen 296 and 795 and Mary Noss 290 and 799 in Wilson's Junior Marg Smith Grace Beard 323 and 789 and Linda Malcomson 292 and 825 in Speedys. Tilley Roberts 305 and 777 and Kay Davison 306 in Morning Isabelle Bergman 326 and 765 and Myrna Tweter 317 in Mar- Marie Barnett 308 in Eagles. Jame Smyke 311 and 765 and Fat Tunstall 305 in and Jean Passey 346 and 842 in Doug's. At Holiday Jeanette Smeed is spotlighted as the bowler of the month with a number of great perfor- mances in Classic Triples she boosted her average from 231 to 246 with four-game .blocks of and 1.171 her high singles were a rousing 418. 325 and 31H the men's bowler-of- the week is Ken Kurtz who carne within an eyelash of clicking for a perfect 450 in Classic Triples he started with a hit for 10 straight strikes and left a right corner with his last ball. his four-game pinfall was 1.142 with the 433 the high single in the city this year Ricky DeGroot earned the women's honors for the week by rolling a fine 349 and a 701 triple in Holiday Village John Jack Trembley and Merle Bunnage teamed up to take both the scratch and handicap events in the triples and Panda Bowl is scheduled Saturday from nine to 12 p.m. There were some big games in Commercial Men with Ro- main Villeneuve posting 376 and John Rempel 375 and Bernie Bailey 336 and Jerry Flexhaug Tino luvale 332 and 831 and Kim Kovacs 293 and 826 In Classic besides Ken Kurtz' big Reg Arnold hit for 358 and Ken King Steve Pedersen 348 and Bob Costanzo with the gals led by Jean Christie with 312 and Diarme Violini 302 Stars in Senior Citizen play were Henry Meyer Frank Bernhart 283 and an 811 triple and Velma Miller 282 and 689. Lew Mills with Lyle Smyke 298 and Edith Voth 265 topped Civil Servants Er- nie Frache was on the beam in CHEC with 321 and a big 868 triple with Bill Willis adding 336 and 768 and Elaine Brown 287 and 713. Shirley Alexander continued to shine in CPR with a 296 while in CJOC Norma Adams oosted a 318 and Helen Myndio Ed Zalesak paced Vasa Lodge with 288 and a 719 triple with Jerry Larson leading the tfomen with 279 Art fukanaga led Pepsi with md a 275 by Ken Kearns was he week's best in Dept. of Merlyen Bun- iage's 290 and a 216 by Shelly Volosyn led Wilson Junior -ligh and highlighted in Holi- lay Village were Rick JeGroot's 349 and Irene Lynde with 302 and 726 Dave Nelson clicked for 322 and 721 and Robert Kempenaar 303 in Bendix with Helen Rossetti the week's leader in Morning Coffee with 274 Bryan Dangass topped Automatic Electric with 296 with Debbie Barton leading the women with 301 and Karlyn Spitzer adding a 755 triple The other week's best were Jack Tremblay 314 and 778 in Alcon Heating and Betty Dawson with a 278 in Simpsons-Sears. Martin keeps on scoring WIMP NAKAMURA bowler-of-the-month triple both the 355 single and 925 are highs for the year Cec Beaudry was the men's star of the week with a 906 tri- ple in Gordie's with his hottest performance of the roll- ing 258 and 346 New highs for the week were Rose Nunweiler's 766 triple in Mon- day Senior Grace Beard's 789 in Rick Larson's 858 triple and Marie Barnett's 308 single in and Anne O'Neil's 654 triple in Thursdav Senior Citizens. MONTREAL Richard the hard- shooting left winger of Buffalo has scored more goals since entering the National Hockey League in 1971-72 than any other player in NHL history did in his first three seasons. who is fourth in the NHL's individual scoring race with 32 has 16 goals thus far this giving him 97 in less than three seasons. The previous high was 92 recorded by Gilbert Martin's linemate with the Sabres who is Harrison hangs on SANTA Calif. Edmonton's Jim Harrison continued to top the World Hockey Association scoring race through games Sunday but the Oilers' centre had some close pursuers. with 35 points on a league-leading 24 is just three points ahead of linemate Ron Danny Lawson of Vancouver Toronto Toros' Wayne Carleton and Serge Bernier from Quebec Nordiques. Frank Hughes of Houston who tops the league in goals with more than Climie and Tom Web- ster of New England is another point back at 31. Jack Edmonton's veteran goal is the runaway leader in the prevent department with a 2.40 goals against average Ian Wilkie of Los Angeles Sharks and Don McLeod of Houston are in a virtual dead- lock for second Wilkie with a 2.713 average to McLeod's 2.714. SCORING LEADERS GAP E............ 11 24 35 V........... 18 14 32 E....... 18 14 32 Q 14 18 32 T...... 13 19 32 H.............. 19 12 31 M. M........... 12 18 30 NE............ 18 10 28 17 9 26 CUBA UNBEATEN HAVANA Cuba remained unbeaten after eight games Monday following a 5-0 win over Panama in an in- vitational baseball tour- nament. In other Venezuela beat the Dutch An- tilles Dominican Republic romped 12-4 over Holland and Puerto Rico drubbed Mexico 8-0. currently recovering from a broken leg. Perreault had 38 goals in his first 26 in his second and 28 last year. When Perreault suffered the broken many people thought Martin would suffer without his talented centre setting him up. But in the 14 games Perreault has Martin has scored nine goals and seven assists for 16 points. But like most other players in the Martin is going to have his difficulties moving into the top rung of the scoring ladder as long as Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins keeps up his torrid pace. Esposilo now has 53 including a league-leading 25 in only 23 games. Boston team-mate Bobby Orr follows with 42 points on 13 goals and 29 assists while Ken Hodge of the Bruins is third with 18 goals and 20 assists for 38 points. Behind Martin is Norm U1I- man of Toronto Maple who has 12 goals and 17 assists in 25 games while defenceman Brad Park of New York Rangers is sixth with six goals and 22 assists for 28 points. Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal Canadiens and centre Dennis Hextall of Minnesota North Stars have 27 points Cournoyer has 15 goals and 12 assists while Hextall has five goals and 22 assists. Philadelphia Flyers con- tinue to lead in the defensive department. The Flyers' Ber- nie Parent has the top in- dividual goals-against average with a mark of 1.53. Philadelphia's goals-against total of 37 after 23 games is 47 fewer than the total they had at the same time last season. The Flyers also are the most penalized team in the league with a total of 583 an average of 25.3 minutes per game. SCORING LEADERS A P Plm Bos 28 53 12 Bos 29 42 28 Bos 20 38 10 But 16 32 6 Tor 17 29 6 NY R 22 28 34 Mtl 12 27 2 Minn 22 27 36 Minn 14 12 26 27 10 16 26 6 18 26 47 Pin 14 25 4 NY R 14 25 14 Sittler. Tor 14 25 19 Vcr 19 25 12 NY 10 24 2 Del 10 24 0 Del 11 24 4 NY 8 16 24 32 Mtl 17 24 0 Cal 10 13 23 20 Pitt 14 23 10 Pitt 14 23 8 Cummins in hot PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia Flyers say centre Bobby Clarke will play next Saturday at Toronto with 20 stitches in his face. Clarke was injured in a brawl during a National Hockey League game with California Seals at the Spectrum Sunday night which the Flyers won 5-1. The melee in the second period was triggered when Barry Cummins of the Seals bashed the Flyers' captain with his stick. Clarke's team- mates jumped grabbed his stick and beat him about the face. Cummins was as was Bob who led the Flyers' charge from the bench. NHL president Clarence Campbell said Monday in Montreal he expected to receive an official report on Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Aik about our ENGINES CRANKSHAFTS WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. IA A A AAA A4 A 1605 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-8181 the disturbance later in the day but would not say what further action would be taken. He said it usually takes a couple of days to get all the in- sometimes longer if the report is contested by either Philadelphia or Califor- nia. is one of the more serious incidents we've had in a long the NHL presi- dent said. don't club a guy over the head for 20 stitches every day or every year for that Considering the gravity of the situation and asked how it will affect his Campbell can't say that until I've reviewed everything in the couldn't let him get away with Kelly said of Cummins' action. not just because it was Clarke. It would be the same for anybody he cut me below the eye with his stick and I was Cummins recalled later. didn't have time to think. I I probably would have gone after but not with the stick. It was an im- pulse action that I regretted a second after it I'm sorry. You always are when you hurt Bill Barber of the Flyers suffered a knee injury in the fracas. Within four minutes after the first fight ended another began. It ended with wingers Don Saleski and Dave Schultz and defenceman Ed Van Impe of Philadelphia being along with California forward Hilliard Graves. Referee Art Skov. who had banished six players and feared more suspended the last of the second period and hooked it onto the third. Skov called 129 in iwnalfioc Seek skating honors After a successful Southern Alberta figure Reimer and Karen Pearson. Back left to right skating finals these Lethbridge Figure Skating Club Mitch Leah Janet Rhonda members will be out to earn Alberta honors starting Grant Holly Sandra this Thursday. Competing in the championships will Anne Lanier and Bill Petrunik. left to Donna Natalie Figure skating in best of province will be here When the 1973 Alberta- Northwest Territories figure skating championships unfold at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre and the Civic Centre the host Lethbridge Figure Skating Club will be well represented. After completely dom- inating the Southern Al- berta championships the locals are expected to make a strong showing in the three- day event set to get underway Thursday. 01 the 14 events entered by Lethbridge skaters in the Southern finals the locals won 10. with second and third placmgs in an additional eight. First place finishes went to Bill Petrunik in the pre-novice men's competition with team- mate Grant Sorenson third. In pre-novice women's Sandra MacMillan was first just ahead of Leah Brown. Lethbridge dominated the juvenile's categories with Mitch Millar winning the men's title and Karen Pearson the gals honors. Frances Peta and Rhonda Dorren won the women's pairs title. Other first place finishes went to Janet Rudd in novice Rhonda Dorren pre-novice. artistic im- pression B2 Anne Miss Dorren again in artistic impression Bl and Karen Pearson in artistic impression A Second place honors went to Holly Maguire in non-qualifying as well as in impression Bl Earning third-place honors were Natalie Reimer in pre- juvenile women's non- Miss Lanier in novice women's Miss Lanier in impression Donna Rude in pre-novice women's non-qualifying and Miss Reimer in impression A Competition will commence Thursday morning at eight o'clock with senior figures kicking off the day's program. Junior figures for men and women follow at nine with juvenile women's figures set for 10. Afternoon action will include juvenile men's figures at one and pre-novice men's and women's figures at two o'clock All morning and afternoon action Thursday is at the Civic Centre. Thursday at the dance com- junior and will highlight opening activities beginning at eight. Friday morning at the Civic will see novice men's and women's figures while the afternoon spotlight shines on juvenile men's and women's freestyle. Henderson Ice Centre will be the scene of junior and senior compulsory figures as well as novice and women's pairs Friday night at eight. A skating exhibition will follow Friday and Saturday night's competitions. Saturday will see pre-novice and men's and women's freestyle and novice men's and women's freestyle in the afternoon commencing at one. Saturday evening the junior women's and men's freestyle and junior and senior dance will be completed Father asked that the fight be halted before his son hurt QUEBEC Blood ap- parently ran thicker than water in at least one Canadian prize- fighting family today. That became apparent here Monday night when Clyde Gray of Toronto retained his Cana- dian welterweight boxing cham- pionship with a ninth-round technical knockout over Fer- nand Marcotte of Quebec City in a scheduled 12-round bout. Feinand Marcotte one of the challenger's three advised referee Harry Davis of Toronto to stop the bout after the eighth round before his son suffered further damage to his eyes. The referee al- though he said later that both he and the ringside doctor felt the younger Marcotte could have continued. But Davis conceded that he did not think at the time that the 24-year-old challenger stood much of a as Gray had piled up a tremendous lead. Nearly fans apparently agreed with the elder Mar- cotte's decision. Under the five-point must sys- tem that was in the 27- year-old Gray had won every round with 40-point totals on Troman elected Jim Troman of Lethbridge was elected the treasurer- registrar of the Alberta Amateur Softball Association at the annual general meeting held in Red Deer Sunday. who helped organize and acted as presi- dent of the 1973 Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball will commence his new duties immediately. Meanwhile Rollie Swalm of Medicine Hat was elected as the southern Alberta district organizer for the 1974 season. Swalm will take over the co- ordinating chores from Mike Wyrostek of Lethbridge. Wyrostek was appointed Swalm's assistant for the coming year. each of the three judge's cards. Marcotte had scores ranging from 30 to 33 points on the didn't want him to go on I didn't want Junior getting hurt for the elder Marcotte said. didn't want the fight but he couldn't see because of the who collected as his share of the gate compared to for was un- marked except for a swollen in- dex finger on his right hand. He said his opponent had much tougher than I was trying to get to the he said. was also try- ing to knock him out in every but I couldn't catch him even when his eyes were giving him a lot of trouble. tough he's one helluv a has a sneaky right ha and he caught me a couple.- of good shots in the fourth rou Gray said. still a but he didn't use any com- bination at all was looking for the bomb 'all the NOW OPEN Boys and Girls Skate Exchange 0 Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized Just Another Shipment of TACKS and JUNIOR TACKS byCCM Over 70 pair In Hock Junior Ticks ......46.95 Rigular Ticks 89.50 SM... BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd S. Phont 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY South Alberta over 30 years ;