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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TW UTHUIWI HHALO TuMdcy, 5, 1972 Bowling Qanter NHL meetings open Monday Kansas City bid in doubt, law suits worry Campbell CHICAGO The Na- j tiocal Hocfcey Leagae governors I {opened their tro-da? meeting ress of the Kansas CSy fraa-1 Garetice CazspfceS, of; of S I Monday to review "extreme Eti- chise. I the XHL. i said CazapoelL JOHM REMFEL SUZAN WOLSTONCROFT Three share honors j ticca! franchises "which BUD VAN CLEAVE PHILIP VAN CLEAVX CAP) Lss Tlsat. Bostoa Bed Sos, Gaylord 1 Parry cf Cleveland sod WHfaer Wood ot vvnris I shared boccrs tocsy in oS-1 eial Aseneas Lessee records s-ousced by trssidezi Joe[ JTS bowler-31-ih-e-m.Qnth time at Capri and the Honors go to John Rempei and Suzan Wofsfoiv croft John, "who's enjoying a banner season, the nod for a standout performance in Green's Shoes, hitting for three big ones of 340. 305 and 338 far a rousing 983' triple Suzan named the gal of the month with her best, nigh: of the year, also in. Green's boasting a 153 average, she clicked for a big 847 triple games of 24ST 306 and 2S3 two fine performances bV fine boilers. A tip of the hat to veteran Jim who took the j j men's bowier-of-the-week crown. He 263, 256 and 240 for a 7Si triple in Senior Oiizens, 213 pins over Ms 182 average and in case you didn't know a 44 irjars tmtf! pro- it. Jim holds the distinction of bein.? the first boiler i to a regular starissg job I Tisn, a ngbt-isader tacked! I a? 07 Bed Sox after ns-ny cocsicesred'Ms career eased be- i CS2S6 2T2H trocbls ia 1971. 1 woa the eansed-na: srersge f or I the second fcTTift a LSI led the 1 s 1.53 "EEA Bunny cowler-of-the-week. thinks to a sparkling 350 and a 773 triple in Deng's it was her oest effort of. the year and boosted her average to 200. The league Mghs for the included Jolm. ipeFs 983 triple in "Green's. Alice 343 in Eenry monies, Tom Medorama's 852 triple in JCCA, Darren Laglers 334 in YonEg Adsits an 805 t by KTTT. KoTacs, also in Young Adults. scqarsc rroa bs: Glass afier the 1S71 sessos. bad a soeczacslsr year for Hs [24-15 record. sbaiiig the rsost bWowi. tooped 2S csmsikd In Senior QtjzerL's action, the siz-member team to represent Cap-ri in the provincial in Febniarj vas decided in tournament ulay the Trlnnsrs, fee top three men and top three' deter- mined CG those boiling the most pins over their aver- age Huby Velnoa ilHIer and Vekna Jens-en led the women and BO! Siley, Peter Tnk and Ed War- zer headed, the men. TOPS EECOEDS I wood, the wda Sox' isaac- lebaE arcst, bad 24-17 record. I5e kd the Issgne a: cost sara jsHowsd batters i faced rc22s scrreccsrsd Ull5) arid roc? goo ami Steve Pedsrsen SI sod 785. Hish in Gordia's Bailey 361 sod 796, Gynlai 319, Norm ToOev 329 an 360 triple and John Ben Salcedo 323r John 340 and 983. Fran Tattle SIS and 825. Jim Eatc'a "SO triple. Ken Kurtz 767, BJU Taylor 321 and 373 and Sarn Girardi 769 Gary paced Eagles 316 and 767 ssd Ed 2-son led Henrj Homes- -with a 343 High Is i ?S2i I HaTiSSTS tGft pacber. E: I Lyle of York Yaickees yfas j lie bcEpen stassoot 'SrSb. 25! 53.TS5, tbe rsoord of 34 set ifecesota. Bcc I Perrscoski is 1370. I Kolac. Hysn ot AST f I gels vas tie isssrses the to 22 teams f or J the 1974-73 sessaz. 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