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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Most athletes not taking situation seriously Most valuable Bob Myers was named most valuable player during the 1973 high school football season for the Winston Churchill Bulldogs. He was named MVP at a banquet. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Annie Baraniuk Mary Zasadany Helma Skundberg Burga Fettig Kay Holte Gunnar Holte Adam Fettig Henry Bechthold George Blacker Ed Linn 188 SENIOR CITIZENS Ruby Oseen 271 Norah Hof- forth Chris Maloney 236 Maggie Oliver Mary Ward 213. Betty Murtland Matt Bernhart 320 Len Milner Bill Jensen Roy LaValley Henry Bechthold Harry Chapman 227 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Muriel Sparks 278 Berniece Pavan 254 Dot Olshaski 261 Diane Decaire Edith Voth 274 Kays SathgatE 305 Bill Tymensen 273 Ben Pavan Lindsay Hamabata 256 AH Pedrmi 256 Wiley Hertleln 242 Shirley Hertlem 267 PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Wayne Grieves Darlene Horhozer 218. Lucille Schile John Kovacs 275 Joe Schmalz Dennis Lagasse Joe Hart Karl Noack Barb Brown 236. Judy Lagasse 259 HIGA'S Lorraine Persley Marlene Saler 275 Chris Ell Linda Aspeslet Judy Enckson Phyl Harrison 295 Betty Roberts 284 Ediih Craig 241 Kae Mann 278 Emily Chown 232 DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 Uc STREET NORTH MORNING COFFEE Adrienne McKeever Lydia Geworsky Mane Barnett Lois Weir Adeline Klause 240. Elaine Yates Rose Cropley Betty Mobbs Mert dually Shirley Hertlem 256 MARTINIZING Jeaneiie Smeed 332 Joan Seibel 333 Mary Nicolson Evelyn Oldenburgh 278 Lorraine Kirchner 287 Isabelle Bergman 263 Linda Vrabel 260 Pat Henderson Carolyn Wilde 268 Agnes MacDonald 252 GREENS SHOES Bill Koskoski 292 Kim Kovacs 286 Sid Pollock oiii Sianion 263 John John Kovacs 299. Dianne Vlolini 291 Linda Malcomson 288 Eleanor Dorlgatti 303 Bev Mezei 300 Jean Passey 303 Marion Guzlk 275. EAGLES LODGE Larry Veres Jean Matchett Geo Matchett Mary Noss Oscar Ludwig Rick Larson Joyce Marsden Andy Kra- jewski 286 Mary Ward Ev Groves 244 NU MODE HOMES Dorothy Olshaski 270 Jane Smyke 268 Pat Tunstall Laverne Stiiuw Linda AipeSlei 275 Joan Jones 297 Mel Amatlo Zeta Tmordi Bodnaruk 254 Hilda Tlnordl 242. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Jen Hegi 304 Grace Van dyk Dorothy Anderson 263 Mane Smith Mae Popma Dorothy Sorensen Melody Bobinec Debra Ives Marge Koole Doreen Soderqulst 223 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 298 Anne O'Neil Ted Haszard Leora Ness 217. Norah Hofforth Tom Smith C Van Wyk 247. Stan Fraser Scotty Muir BUI Jensen 241 HENRY HOMES John Kuhska 268. Jerry Hakze Keith Seibert 274 Barry Tollestrup Ed Henderson 274 Ken Malcomson 281 Jean Passey 301 Maxlne Fettig 295 Mel Seibert Fred Leslie 252. BANKERS Murry Orr 258 Keane Aldous Ewan Pollock Hardy Umerls Bob Harris Gerry Mann Doug Pankhurst Donna Umeris 224. Jeanette Dragland Cheryl Kruchywich Amy Nakamura 239. For All Your Motoring Needs See KLEIN'S SERVICE CENTRE 1219 3rd Avenue S. 327-0955 HANS KLEIN Owner Lmm Specialized Volkswagen Service Motor Gas tor Less Open Won. thru Sat. 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Reasonable Riles Quality Service Palmer energy crisis hurting ASSOCIATED PRESS Arnold Palmer's private jet is grounded because of the oil shortage in the United States. Stan Smith loses in the first round of Wimbledon. He has sea legs from a trans-Atlantic voyage he took when bumped from an overbooked airline. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar can't start for Milwaukee Bucks. He is suffering from leg cramps after a coach flight to the coast. Herve Fihon's earnings are off because he can't hop be- tween harness tracks along the eastern U.S. seaboard. The well-known baseball notation is pre- empted by And now that pro football blackouts have been television networks are faced with stadium brownouts. CRISIS IS REAL The energy crisis is but the omnipotent world of professional athletics has yet to lake it seriously. They have made token contributions to ap- pointed a few study groups to come up with contingency commissioned a lot of surveys showing they really are insignificant contributors to the crunch. In an era when there is talk of expanding football and baseball to an international level where tennis and auto racing already are and golf is they seem rather short sighted. Their major concern isn't that the game won't be played or that the fans won't be there. It's where the players will be able to travel as efficiently and as comfor- tably as ever. After a conference at base- ball's winter meeting in Hous- ton Commissioner Bowie Kuhn said he had asked each club to use scheduled flights rather than charters when possible. But there was no word as to any change in the major league rule requiring three seats for every two players travelling tourist class. And some major airlines have announced that the only charters they will run will be for team sports. CO- ORDINATOR NEEDED Kuhn also announced he would appoint a national co- ordinator to work with member clubs in developing conservation measures. are fortunate that we have some time before the season Kuhn said Friday. would be premature to reach any more definitive decision at this But spring training is as close as possible gasoline March 1. The National Football League's only concern is but even that is remote.' 'Because of our once- a-week we don't see any serious said Jim executive director of the NFL Pro golfers also seem more concerned with their own comfort than whether tourna- ment promoters can get the galleries without gasoline. afraid it's going to get awfully sticky trying to get from one tournament to an- said Bobby a touring pro like scores of criss-cross the country at a rate of miles an- nually. Many of the players fly from tournament to tour- but many others drive. Not only would it be im- possible to get gasoline on Sunday a drive at 50 miles an hour would be rugged. I was in a place that wouldn't sell me but 10 said Gibby Gilbert. The National Hockey League is more worried about not getting charter flights than not having enough power to freeze ice. The NHL uses 100 such and with the impending presidential order to cut airline fuel allocations by 15 per cent next the NHL is looking for contingency plans so the teams can keep their rigid schedule. One problem is that the same insurance company covers all teams in but it allows only one team per airplane. The auto racing al- though it swears' by studies that show its impact on the energy crisis is seems to be taking the shor- tage seriously. UniiKe major league usually situated in or near metropolitan areas and with public transportation readily most race tracks are in the wilderness by com- Victory a must for Browns By THE ASSOCIATE PRESS Cincinnati and Cleveland renew their red-hot National Football League rivalry Sun- day and there will be more at stake than usual. Both the Bengals and the Browns entertain playoff hopes and there are just two more games left in the regular season to do something about it. The two are tied with Pitt- sburgh Steelers for first place in the American Conference Central Division and a loss could just about eliminate the loser. just have to play hard- nosed football and make no says Cincinnati fullback Charles Boobie Clark coming off three straight will entertain Houston Oilers. In other Sunday Washington Redskins are at Dallas Chicago Bears visit New England Patriots plays at Buf- falo New York Jets travel to Atlanta Falcons host St Louis Baltimore Colts welcomes Miami San Francisco '49ers are at New Orleans Saints and Denver Broncos visit San Diego Chargers. Los Angeles Rams entertain New York Giants Monday night. Lennon still alive EDMONTON Out- of-town rinks swept the first four qualifying berths Friday in the 16-rink playoffs of the 10th annual Canadian Open car bonspiel curling tour- nament. They are Bob Pickering of Sask. and Ron Northcott of both of whom have won previous car Roy Talbot of Red Deer and Glen Pierce of Co- B.C. Pickering made a clutch freeze with his last rock of the game to pave the way for an 8- 6 victory over Doug Wankel of Sask. Northcott turned back Mike Chernoff of Calgary 6-3. Talbot made short work of Dave Haley of Edmonton 7-2 while Pierce defeated Gary Lawrence of Edmonton 8-5. Ernie Bill Ron Bob Hawkins and Jack all of Larry Frandsen of Medicine Lawrence Lennon of Lethbridge and Hec Gervais of St. moved within one game of qualifying in the second event. Among the rinks still alive in the third event are defending champion Harold Worth of Saskatoon with Merv Mann three-time Canadian champion Matt Baldwin and former Canadian schoolboy champion Doug Dobry of Edmonton. Four qualifiers will be determined in the second qualifying event Saturday and the remaining eight will be decided Saturday night in the third event. Pepsi Cola Salutes Raymond Comets Football Club November saw the Raymond Comets win their second league championship in seven years by defeating the West Division champion Vulcan Cougars 33-22 before 300 fans in Picture Butte. This year they were undefeated and pushed their seven year record to 46 10 losses and one tie. at Congratulate this fine football team. Kansas City Chiefs played at Oakland Raiders and Minnesota Vikings were at Green Bay Packers today. Cleveland has beaten Cin- cinnati in six out of seven regular season including a 17-10 triumph earlier this year in Cleveland. Both clubs are coming off big games. The Bengals turn- ed in their best performance of the year last handing the Minnesota Vikings a 27-0 loss. It was the Vikes' first shutout in 162 games. The Browns rallied from a 20-6 deficit with two long- range touchdowns in the final six minutes to tie Kansas City 20-20. Terry Bradshaw is expected to start at quarterback for Pittsburgh against the hapless Ml. out four games with a shoulder in- returned during Monday night's loss to Miami and threw a pair of touchdown passes. The Washington-Dallas bat- tle is for first place in the NFC East. The Redskins can clinch the title with a victory. A Dallas victory would extend the suspense another week. Bill in hospital earlier in the week with stomach will be available to start behind centre for the Skins. Chicago expects to have quarterback Bobby Douglass back from a sore knee while Bill MUIIMJH will again call the signals for Detroit. MAY BREAK RECORD Interest in the New England-Buffalo game centres around O J. Simp- son's efforts to break Jim Brown's all-time rushing record for a single season of 1 yards. Simpson needs 280 yards. The coming off an upset of still have hopes of a wild-card playoff berth Joe Namath is a probable starter for the Jets despite a knee problem The Eagles boast the league's top Roman and top Harold Carmichael. eliminated last week from the NFC West is now looking for a wild- card playoff spot. St. Louis may start rookie Gary Keithley at quarterback in place of the injured Jim Hart Miami whipped Baltimore 44-0 the first time around and has held the Colts scoreless for 18 straight quarters. Dolphins' kicker Garo Yepre- mian is the league's top scorer Steve Spurrier will' be at quarterback for San Fran- cisco. The '49ers trounced New Orleans 40-0 earlier in the season. A Denver victory over San Diego will assure the Broncos of their first winning season ever. Quarterback Charlie Johnson sustained a bruised thigh last week but is schedul- ed to start for Denver anyway. Flin Fion loses 7-2 panson and many ot their ma- jor events are run on Sunday. With the spectators in auto racing is taking a hard its schedule. In the International Hot Rod Association announced a 12.5 per cent cutback in its 1974 schedule of national cham- pionship events and a one- third cutback overall. Officials of other sanction- ing bodies are scrutinizing their in the wake of the United States ban on Sunday gasoline sales. Larry IRHA presi- believes auto racing will have to carry an unfair share of the shortage burden because it is more visible to the average American as a Top rookie Jerry Areshenko was selected rookie of the year on the Winston Churchill Bulldogs football club. The announcement was made at a banquet recently. Rain hits golf event ST Fla. rainy weather washed out the debut of Tour- nament Golf International's first event but didn't dampen the spirit of TGI organizer Paul Gastwirth. offering an alternative to the Professional Golf AsSuCidiiun rescheduled the opening of its 54-hole Shrine National pro-am in- vitational at Bardmoor Country Club for today with a Monday finish. The majority of the field of 80 pros and 80 amateurs had completed at least nine holes in a steady drizzle before the event was called The with first place money of faced the prospect of dismal attendance if Friday's 53- degree weather as forecast. But Gastwirth said he wasn't worrying about taking a loss. ''As far as we are this is adver- said Gastwirth. have to show your and this is what we're doing figuring this costs us If the weather gets could be TGI succeeded in getting five of the PGA's top 25 money winners Bob John J. C. Leonard Thompson and Ed Sneed to enter the event. The PGA tour ended last week and there was no conflict with a PGA tour- nament CALL ED AT 327-3203 ED BAUER FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS 327-3203- 328-4411 5th Ave. ind 7th St. S. Lelhbridge Building A Division of Federated Limited INTHEPASSCALL VfRN D6COUX By THE CANADIAN PRESS Flin Flon Bombers lost 7-2 in Western Canada Hockey League play Friday night and coach Pat Ginnell announced he was quitting the team. But there was little relation- ship between the two events. Ginnell had purchased majori- ty interest in Victoria a WCHL club next to the cellar in the West. Flin Flon maintained its third-place standing in the East despite the beating by the division-leading Regina Pats. In other games Friday night. Saskatoon Blades the Wheat Kings but Brandon remained five points ahead of Saskatoon to maintain fourth place in the East. Edmonton Oil Kings manag- ed a 4-3 win over Swift Current Broncox on two un- answered goals in the third DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUG BOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 4 STAMPEDE WRESTLING Exhibition Pavilion DEC. p.m. Archie Gouldie vs Gil Hayes N.A. TITLE Omar Atlas vs Buck RoMey Midget Tag Team Match 5 Exciting Bouts DUE TO NETWORK COMMITMENTS STAMPEDE WRESTLING WILL NOT BE SHOWN ON TELEVISION DECEMBER Slh. sport where fuel is burned he is much less fuel and energy consumed in auto racing than the layman might think. But because people envision 25 or 30 race cars zooming around a track tor two or three hours on a Sunday they as- sume we are needlessly wasting gasoline Williams will wait HOUSTON Dick Williams said Friday he is taking a wait-and-see attitude for the present time regarding his managerial but noted the possibility of legal action if American League president Joe Cronin and baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn continue to refuse to rule on the matter. think there are a lot of steps that can be said who has been block- ed by Oakland Athletics owner Charlie 0 Finley in his attempt to sign as manager of New York Yankees have Williams said in a telephone interview from his home in Riviera Fla.. 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