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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE IETUBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Doccmbor 7, 1971 Hud field pressing Esposito (or lead over Phil some room MONTREAL (CP) While anter centre Phil Esposito of ]ioslon Bruins lias become the first player to score 20 goals in the National Hockey League this season, he isn't haying it all his own way iii the individual scor- ing rate. BKENDA I'EDEItSEN liowIcr-of-Uic-mnnth AT CAPIll I'.OU'L, the old adage that youth must bo served is holding true in competitive howling the bov.ler-of-tlie-month awards for November go to a pair of young, talented tnindlers who are burn- ing up the lanes Bren- da Pedersen, a 14-year- old star, is women's howler of the month with a brilliant perform- ance in Young Adults, missing the m a g i c al m ark of a triple when she barely missed a corner pin spare she finished with a 880 with games of 30-1. 3X5 and 341 for a sensational three- game average of 320 the men's howler of the- month is IB-year-old Ken Kurtz who is averaging 252 in Young Adults and who cut loose for a 244- and a 003 triple and paced Capri Sen i o r Boys to victory over Med- icine Hat in challenge play with a 264-270-348 and an 882 triple veteran city bowlers predict great things for both Brenda. and Ken. -A- -fr In the bowler-of-the-week selections. Jean Passey and Jeanelte Smeed got the nod for some outstanding pin battering Jean had a week she'll long remem- ber she had to pre-bowl one series and with Capri manager Al Pearson keeping fcnre siie came up with a 900 triple with scores of 214. 285 and a sen- sational 401 and then to prove it was no fluke she came right back in Major Mixed with her second 401 of the week and an 859 triple Jeanelte, a for- mer Western Canada singles champion, enjoyed her biggest outing of the season by rolling 267-239-317 and a rousing 401 for a four-game in the triples tournament the three 401 games brought to six the number of 400-pi'is games rolled this year, more already than was the case for all of last year. -A- At the end of Nobember, the top five averages among the men belonged to Jack Smeed at 269, Gary Tunbridge 266. John Rempel 251, Steve Peeler- sen 250 and Norm Tolley 250 while the leading wo- men were May Hiebert 244, Marg Smith 233, Jeanette Smeed 233, Bea Salmon 232 and Jean Passey 231. Lethbridge YBC bowlers turned back Medicine Hat once again in challenge play Bantam girls were paced by Bev Salmon with 212 and Harvie 1'ocxa led the Bantam boys with 268 and a 688 triple Cherye Obermeyer led the Junior girls with 313 and 008 while Harry Niedcrmeier led the Junior boys with 235 in the Senior division, Linda Malcomson paced the girls with a'693 triple while the boys were led by Ken Kurtz with 348 and 882, Darwin Romancbuk 283 and 732 and Baden Pilling 253 and 706 with the locals sweeping all team events. In league play, new highs for the year were set by Les Sackney with an 856 triple in the Friendly League, Mary Wishnevski with a 325 single and 865 triple in NuMode and Jean Passey with ber 401 and 859 in Major Mixed W COLLAR WHEN WAV TO MEET OTHER WOMAN CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. CHALLENGE LETHBRIDGE VS MEDICINE HAT Ken Kurtz 349 Handy Drefs 259 Darv Romanchuk 2B3 _____ Pilling 253 Tom Bicks 254 Harvif? Pocza 26B Dev Mezcl 251 Cherye OSermeyor 313 Lori Smeed 361 Linda Malcomson 240 Brenda Pedersen 323 Sdma Nishimura 220. L.F.P.B.A. TOURNAMENT 4 GAMES Jeanette Smeed -J01 Jack Smecd 317 Sam Cirardl 221; Bill Koskcski 305 John Tinordt 296; Daden Pillinq 301 Gary Tunbridge '02 Ken 317 Bob Omctani 395; Kim Ko- vacs 301; Helen Weels 299; Sandra Waslllng 288 YOUNG ADULTS Randy Wolstoncroft 336 (7791: Duane Spitzor 329 Us Nadine Kovaci 270 Ca 279 Ga; Jean MAJOR MIXED 'assey 401 (BS91: Bergman 97! Jean Christie 27B May Hiebert 277 Jean- elfe Smced 272 Lew Milts 310 Jack Smeed 289 Al Smith !E8 Bill Hamillon 308 Abe Enns 299 Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Debbie Siatd 196; Pat Hamilton 1B7; Debbie Anderson 217; Bcv Sal- mon 227 Kalny Kirby 218; Deb- bie Bergman 171; Christine Kenwood 158; Sandra Hamillon 194; Donna Voth 171; Kalny Smyke 195. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Baden Pilling 260 Mike Sharun 232 Darrell Lagler 273 CPR SOCIAL Bob Anderson 262 Frank Waugh 356; Robert Bobak 275; Joe Gaetl 283 Gecrqe Matchett 2i5 Marg Morris 226; Alma Oberg 285; Charleen Schweilier 229; VI An- derson 2-11; Elaine Sinclair 566. DOUG'S Maggie Oliver 2-12; Mickey Fildos 253; Ctiris Gucnther Audrey Que- 253; Vera Hir.holls 258 Gladys Field 239; Alice KoSibas 234; Irene Lynde 233; Kit Jones 226; Ann Duval 222. AGT MIXED Gloria Murkin 234; Eleanor Dorl- gatti 356 Marian Tolley 2t2; Carole Sachkin 251; Dcreen Chollack 248; Rick Baker 25B; Frank Tutlle 226; Brian Murkin 2J5; Nina Wasele- nak 227; Elaine Anderson 227. CIVIL SERVICE Mike Prckcp 293; Lew Mills 175 Blair Hurt 336 Willie ]le 2S9; Allen Taylor 276 ria Hodenslromel 3DO; Darlene Terry 295; Karlyn Spitzcr 2J5 Kayc Balhgate 241 (68-0; Edilh Volh 253; Francis Harris 284 Velazquez recommends new cliamp MEXICO CITY (AP) Ramon Velazquez, president of the World Boxing Council, said Monday he will recommend that Erbito Salvarria of the Philip- pines be stripped of his title and that Bctulio Gonzalez of Vene- zuela be recognized as world flyweight champion. But I will also recommend that, since Salvarria apparently is not directly responsible for what happened in the Mara- caibo fight, he be given a chance at the title witliin GO added. The council is expected to reach a decision later this month on tho controversy cre- ated over the Gouzalez-Salavar- ria fight after a chemical analy- sis showed that Salavarria took an e rn p h c t a m i n e between rounds of his fight with Gonza- lez last month in Maracaibo. The fight ended in a draw, but Venezuelan officials withdrew their recognition of Salavarria. Fomradas fires in four goals Gus Fomradas blasted homo rour goals nnd gave the dcfend- ng champion Welterlich n 7-0 shutout over Conldnlo in City Broom ha 11 league action la.st weekend. Tom Wright, Nick Tcniky ?nd Johnny Fomradas chipped in with .singles. Kirich Kimura also earned a 7-fl victory whipping the Traders in fine fashion. Cren paced the IUTS with (wo goals while Itieh- ard Wyrostek, I (jcorgo Spouts, Irvln Wyro- stek and Manny Socncn added solo markers. Ceorgo Ktimatz fired home two goals and led tathbridgc Hotel to a .1-1 win over bridge Gaol. Eugene Gorenka aided with a .singleton while Bijj Sorrel llorso replied for the Gaol. Four players featured in the storing for Ihe Knight Clubbers as they dropped the Hovers lloli Rill Kelly and Herb Curron scored a goal oncli for Uio Club- bors and A. Fcnnington man-1 LEAGUE STATISTICS aged the lone goal for the Rovers. The Canada Packers also took home a 4-0 victory in a rough game against K, Mason- ry. -John Vaselcnak, Gunner Crawford, Hudy Fleisehliauer nnd Jnke Fchr came up with a goal Mich for tho Packers. Crawford along with Simon Knodoll of Masonry also re- ceived an flutoinn.tic one-game suspension due to n fighting incident Can, ft Woltorlkh s Knight Club. f. Leth. Hofnt 3 Masonry .T F-Iricli Kim. 2 Hond.1 1 Lclh. G.iol Rovers 1 LEADING SCORERS John Viv.nlrnnk f P Tom Wrifirtt, Writ 0 .31 i 1 ,1? 3 0 13 11 .1 5 1? 7 S 0 2 31 3 Ciimnpr irfi. Y.B.C. BftMTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION Doug Vogt 247 Kim Tinordi l-s Gary Goshimon 167; Parry McDonald 199; Allan Gepneris 163; Hnrvie Pocza Leonard Markus 164; Gordon Besseling 175; Bill Orr 162. "B" DIVISION Michael Tolley 238; Mitchell Br 1C9; Gill Taylcr 150; Edwin Burw 146; Randy Paskushi 146; Gordon licit 143; Darin Chaki 140. FRIDAY SCHOOLS JUNIORS P.lck Maclean 22i; Kalie Pcdrlnl Ron Gretzlnger 23B; Kim Prindle 219; Michcle Maclean 208; Gary Lo- huis 216; Cindy Pcdrini 1EG. BANTAMS Kevin Prindle 17-J.; Geof Krokosh 1S9; Matilda Hamiltcn 167; Stephen Kenwood 176; Michael Gerla 275; Judy Maclean 225; Jackie Pearson 213; Mark Gretzincer 174. Boh Severtson and G ary Prince scored two goals each and led the Rangers to a 4-1 victory over the Mustangs in Bantam "B" action Monday night. Kcifh Johnson tallied the lone Mustang marker in the final period. Allan Boras picked up a shut- out and Tom Haibeck earned a hat-trick as they paced the Rod Wings to a 6-0 romping over Leafs Bantam the Maple "A" play. Dave Snopek chipped in with two goals Curtis Schweit- zer aided with a singleton. In another Bantam "A" con- test, the Labor Club Bees walk- ed over the Marlands 9-0. Lome Osmond scored twice for the Bees while !Scott Jarvie, Rockie Magce, Brian Van Van Burrun. Piatcr Wcnzcl, Greg Monticlh, Keith Miyashiro and Lcroy Pavan notched singles. ELRICH TIRE NATIONAL LEAGUE East Hfiw York Boston Montreal Toronto Minnesota Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis California Philadelphia Los Angeles W L T F A PIS. 69 E9 t3 93 i 73 105 10 IS 9 13 76 Al 39 E-l J6 36 7! flO 5? 75 8-i 22 84 117 21 5.1 72 21 53 113 11 PRO BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L Hcf. 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