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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta mt Lcmomuuc ncriALU DID YOU II you FLY to VANCOUVER or VICTORIA on Saturday or on Sunday balort 3 p.m. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY. For Details Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 Bowling banter At Holiday Ab Paskuski hit his hottest pace of the year to earn the men's bowler-of-the-week honors bowling in Commercial he whacked the pins tor a 318. 316 and 243 for a fine 877 triple which sent him 193 pins over his 228 average Karlyn who has en- joyed some excellent outings this took the women's bowler-of-the-week title with a pair of top performances she rolled 328 and for Dick Wells paced the men in Automatic Electric with 274 and 732 with Mary Ward high in Morning Coffee with 255 and 677 Vi Cuell was the women's leader in Senior Citizens with a 295 and Roy La Valley led the men with 268 Debbie Christensen's 268 and a 246 by Nick Bianchi led Vasa and the leaders in Pepsi were Ken Still 251 and Karen Campa 215 Sherry Clark's 259 and 655 triple topped Dept. of Agriculture In Janice Johnson stepped into the spotlight with 291 and 730 with Irma Oberg adding 277 Orly Cerney's 270 led the men Ed Rossetti again led the men in Simpsons-Sears with Marlene Stasiuk the high gal with 273 leaders in Alcon were Elias Sawilla 266 and Maria Vandenberg 235 with Jack Brown tops in Bendix with 306 and 763 Brenda Duce led the women with 240 Joe Myndio clicked for 312 At Capri Shinob Tanaka earned the men's bowler-of-the-week award with an outstanding perfor- mance in JCCA he started with a big came right back with a great 376 and then hit for 268 for a triple of this will give his 214 average a big boost and his 007 puts him in the lead for the Lethbridge Fivepin Associa- tion award for the high triple of the vear in the citv YBC In the women's Grand Challenge south zone final in Medicine Capri won both events and move on to the provincial final in Edmonton Wednesday the team of Diane Chris Laverne Connie Marshalsay and Marlene Praskach took the first event and Linda Judy Long. Judy Helen Hazuda and Betty Zsovan teamed up to win the second event Capri's YBC In men's league Shinob Tanaka's big outing in JCCA led the way with Ryo Nagata adding 307 and Mas Shigehiro 363 and 773 and Tom Hirashima 323 Matt Bernhart posted a 320 in Mon- day Senior Citizens and Darrel Lagler was good for 307 and 831 in LCC In Thursday Senior Citizens Ted Haszard NOW OPEN Boys and Girls Skate Exchange Sharpened 0 Shined 9 New Laces 0 Sanitized Just Another Shipment of TACKS and JUNIOR TACKS byCCM Over 70 pair in stock Junior Tacks......46.95 Regular Tacks 89.50 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. CLOSED MONDAY Till 9p.m. South Alberla over 30 bowlers trounced Medicine Hat by 700 pins in a challenge match with 11-year-old Mikey Tolley leading the way with 361 and Jan Baker pacing the girls with 249 League highlights for the week were Kevin Csaki 232 and Sandra Ferguson 161 in Jet Jackie Pearson Mark Wright 227 and Merylen Bun- nage 298 in bantam Bill Todd 325 and Michele Maclean 263 in the juniors and Linda Malcomson 299 and Duane Guzzi 343 in the seniors. and Tom Smith rolled 324's and Henry Bechthold 298 and with Ed Henderson click- ing for a 791 and Keith Seibert a 760 triple in Henry Homes John Stanton's 755 and John Rempel's 757 led Green's Shoes and in Gordie's the leaders were Francis Higa 299 and Jack Smeed 338 and Sam Girardi 322 and 830. Pace-setters among the gals were Phyl Harrison 295 in Kaye Bathgate 305 in Knights of Evelyn Coutts 320 and 735 and Bar- bara Buijert 297 in Wilson's Jeanette Smeed 283 and 732 in Mary Nicholson Joan Seibel 333 and Jeanette Smeed 332 and 774 in Jean Passey Bev Mezei 300. Eleanor Dorigatti 303 and 800 and Dianne Violini 291 and 828 in Green's Shoes. Joan Jones 297 in NuMode Grace Van Dyk 313 and Jen Hegi 304 and 733 in Sundquist Construc- Jean Passey 301 and 760 and Maxine Fettig 295 in Henry Sally Trone 328 and 731 in Doug's and Audrey Hardy 309 and 722 in Friday Mixed. The Herald Sports LittbriilgiOfflM Furniture Ltd. Lower 7th 8t Shopping Mall Alterta i Ma-7411 FILING CABINETS four-games in Classic 147 pins over her 214 average she followed up with a 345 single and 765 triple in Automatic Electric there were a flock of big games in Commercial Men's besides Ab Paskuski's showing Ken King rolled 323 and a 900 Bill Hleucka 338 and Jack Smeed 334 and 808. Mike Zmurchyk 326 and Reg Arnold 321 and 815 and Kent Leishman 317 and 821. and the pace-setters in Holi- day Village were Janet Smith 277 and 692. Maria Jokuty 266 and 685 and Dena Smith 263 and a 755 triple Ron Deak's 284 and a 271 by Lena Moore were the week's best in Civil Service and the stars in Wilson Junior High were Bill Todd with Merlyen Bun- nage 243 and Cheryl Hendrey 203 Andy O'Toole cut loose with 318 and Willis 301 and 705 and Elaine Brown with a 700 triple to pace CHEC. and Cheryl Bernhart 290 and Kay Davison 284 to lead the way in CJOC... In Classic Triples. Abe Enns sparkled with a 355 with Reg Arnold posting 332 and a four-game pinfall of and Jack Smeed 306 and a fat Besides Karyln the gals were led by Anne Todd with 299 and 927 and Elaine Brown 296 and 972 keep in mind the Turkey Bowl this Saturday night from 9 to mid- night. bowler Leslie Killins captured the women's honors for the week for a 363 single and 753 triple in junior well over her 176 average Audrey Hardy took over high three in Friday Mixed with a and the Senior Citizens' bowler-of-the-month titles go to Rose Nunweiler with 300 and 235 pins over her and Arvid Oseen 279 and 139 pins over his average. All through J.I. Albrecht was fired Monday as general manager of the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League by Sam Berger owner of the club. Albrecht also held the title of director of player personnel. Defending champs still in running EDMONTON Defending title-holders in men's and women's com- petitions in the annual Cana- dian Open car bonspiel remained alive Monday in the championship brackets. Bob Pickering of defeated Roy Talbot of Red Deer 6-4 to lead the way into the semi-final of A section in the men's competition while Donna Clark of Bur- skipped her crew to successive victories in the women's section. The -Clark rink defeated Marg Scott of Calgary 9-4 dur- ing the morning to enter the playoffs out of B then registered a tough 6-5 triumph Andreachuk reaches 20 SASKATOON Another four players reached the 20-goal mark in the last week in the Western Canada Hockey League but the same players continued to occupy the. 10 top rungs of the scoring ladder. Joining eight other juniors with 20 goals or more were Ed Johnstone of Medicine Randy Andreachuk of Rick Blight of Brandon and defenceman Ray Maluta of Flin but only Blight already was among the top 10. over Lou Logan of New West- at night in the quarter-finals. Pickering's victory put him into a match today with the George Fink rink of skipped by Ron which defeated Harold Worth of in an extra end when Merv throwing last rocks for Worth was light with a draw. Ernie tormer Win- nipeg standout now curling out of Sherwood defeated the Fink crew 8-4 to remain undefeated beside Pickering in the A bracket of the modified double-knockout playoff. Hilton met survivor of an extra-end 8-7 victory over Jack Isaman of Ed- monton Monday in another morning test today. Marilyn Johnston of Ed- monton skipped the only other undefeated women's rink to a narrow 8-7 victory over Alice Kmech of Edmonton Monday night. Yvonne Rosychuk of Calgary eliminated Emily Jost of Fort 7-6 and Enid McGuffin of Calgary ousted Marg Scott of Calgary 11-6 in other matches. Worth defeated Mike Cher- noff of Calgary 11-10 and Isaman eliminated Glen Pierce of 8-6 in the afternoon to remain un- beaten and qualify to meet Fink and Talbot. Albrecht out of Montreal Bud back in but this time he's Riley WINNIPEG Sas- katchewan Roughriders' man- agement may soon demand a coach-development subsidy from the Canadian Football League. In recent years the Riders have watched five of their coaches move on to become head man on other CFL the latest being Edward Riley who was hired Monday by Winnipeg Blue Bombers to replace Jim Spavital. It was the second time the Riders provided a head coach for Winnipeg. Spavital was an assistant in Regina before tak- ing over Winnipeg in 1970. He was fired at the end of last season when the Bombers plunged from first place a year earlier to the bottom of the conference. Other assistant coaches who moved on to head coaching jobs were Jack Gotta of Ot- tawa Rough Jim Duncan formerly of Calgary Stampeders and Eagle Keys of British Columbia Lions. Actually Keys had been a head coach in Edmonton before being fired in the early 1960s and joining the Riders as an assistant under Bob Shaw. He took over from Shaw in 1965. For the move to Winnipeg fulfills a long- standing desire. been thinking about getting a head coach's job for 20 he told a news conference. a great opportunity for me to join an organization such as the Bombers. It's the biggest honor ever bestowed on small by football he is a native of Alabama and was a strong performer in high school foot- basketball and track. He played halfback at University of Idaho but was never really considered for pro ball. just don't draft 151- pound he said. After graduating from un- iversity he spent seven years as a high school coach at and three more at Idaho. In he took over as coach of University of Idaho and stayed there three years before becoming defensive secondary coach at Oregon State. Meanwhile J. I. Albrecht is without a job to- day and Montreal Alouettes are without a general manager and director of player personnel following Albrecht's dismissal by Sam owner of the Cana- dian Football League club. It is the second consecutive year that an Alouette general manager has been fired by the Montreal owner. Last Red O'Quinn was released and replaced by who signed on as O'Quinn's assis- tant after Berger purchased the club prior to the 1970 season. Albrecht's which was to expire next had a clause in it that said he could be dismissed for cause provid- ed he was given three months pay- Berger said Albrecht been given a free hand as gen- eral manager during the 1973 CFL season and that the Alouettes were exercising their contractural option to terminate his Berger said he did not agree with the idea of bringing play- ers in and shipping players which happened a few times during the past season. was weary of the perpetual he said. were brought in and left without having a good chance to be looked at. are planning for the fu- ture and we wanted more sta- Berger said that he could see the same sort of player changes continuing and said he wanted no part of it. He said he was sure coach Marv Levy and his staff had good contacts in the U.S. and had a good idea of the players available there. He added that it was time the Alouettes paid thought to Canadian content which has been NEVER AGAIN I GOTMIXEO UP IN THE WRONG COMPANY LAS'NIGHT POOR 'CAD.' I NEVER Forrayi shine Sharon Davies and Joe Forrayi came up with brilliant individual efforts and walked away with the outstanding player awards in the first an- nual Community College Badminton Tourna- ment Sunday. Some 68 competitors par- ticipated in the one-day affair which featured five cham- pionship events. a local bird was considered the top female competitor after capturing the women's singles title as well as grabbing a share of the mixed doubles title. She picked up the singles ti- tle by downing Vivian Giese 11-2 in both their meetings and then shared the mixed doubles title with Rick Furukawa. The mixed doubles champions bested Gerri Knibbs and Hartley Leppard 15-6 and 15-10 in the final. who is a former local resident now residing in earned the men's outstanding player award by carting home the men's singles title along with a share of the men's doubles title. He defeated Jim Carson 15- 10 In both their matches while- joining up with Carson to down Ed Davies and Rick Furukawa 17-14 and 15-11 in the men's doubles final. Meanwhile in other Brenda Beazer and Lynda Bertrand combined to eliminate Donna Pickett and Joyce Haraga in the women's doubles final. The two gals bested their opponents 15-4 and 15-3. In consolation Rick Mercier captured the men's singles Ingrid Schearer picked up the women's singles final. I ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eatt Division W L T F A Pet. 11 2 0 309 143 .846 0 224 216 .615 0 245 282 .385 0 226 272 .308 Miami Buffalo N. England NY Jets Baltimore. 8 5 5 8 4 9 3 10 0 208 328 .231 Central Division Pitts......9 4 0 310 196 .692 Cincin..... 9 4 0 259 207 .692 Cleveland ..7 4 2 217 225 .615 Houston___1 12 0 175 420 .077 Wait Division ..8 4 1 271 158 .654 7 4 2 337 275 .615 2 198 186 .538 1 182 353 .192 Oakland Denver Kansas C ...6 5 San Diego ..2 10 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Division W L T F A Pet Dallas......9 4 0 352 200 .692 Wash.......9 4 Phila.......5 7 St. Louis 4 8 NY Giants .2 10 0 287 178 .692 1 290 355 .423 1 283 335 .346 1 219 331 .192 Central Division xMinn 11 2 0 265 161 .846 Detroit 6 6 1 264 213 .500 Green Bay 4 7 2 181 259 .385 Chicago 3 10 0 195 313 .231 Wast Division XLOS Ang. 11 2 0 358 161 .846 Atlanta 8 5 0 304 214 .615 San Fran 5 8 0 248 282 .385 New Orleans 5 8 0 153 298 .385 division title ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T L Leeds........ 13 G 0 Liverpool 11 4 4 Burnley 9 6 3 N. Castle...... 9 4 5 Everton 8 6 5 Division II Mid'brough 11 7 1 Orient 9 8 3 Luton 9 5 4 W. Brom 8 7 5 Notts F........ 7 8 4 Sunderland___ 8 6 5 Blackpool 9 4 7 Notts C........ 8 6 5 Hull........... 7 8 5 Division III Bristol R 12 8 0 Bour'mouth 11 6 3 York 9 9 1 Oldham 8 8 2 Hudrsfld....... 8 8 4 Division IV ough 12 6 2 Colch'ter 11 7 2 Gil'ham 11 6 4 Reading....... 7 9 3 Lincoln........ 9 5 6 Newport....... 9 5 6 SHUFFLEBOARD T A Pis 37 10 32 24 15 25 16 24 28 19 22 22 18 22 25 12 29 33 20 26 31 24 23 22 20 23 26 14 22 25 14 22 26 20 22 31 28 22 21 19 22 35 9 32 28 16 28 25 11 27 24 14 24 25 25 24 34 14 30 38 15 29 46 20 28 18 11 23 27 22 23 23 22 23 W CANADA WEST MEN'S W Alberta...........4 Calgary ..........3 Victoria ..........2 UBC .............2 Lethbridge ......1 Sask.............0 L F A PIS 0 377 254 8 1 259 249 6 2 273 251 4 2 249 254 4 3 257 300 2 4 248 355 0 CANADA WEST WOMEN'S W L F APIS Alberta...........4 Sask............4 Calgary ..........3 UBC .............3 Victoria ..........0 Lethbridge .......0 2 300 257 8 0 193 158 8 3 272 349 6 1 265 151 6 4 151 204 0 4 153 215 0 Aces 30 Jets..... 27 Marshall-White. Jets 27 Best..... 24 Best...... 24 Lamps___ 21 11 Aces........ 1913 Elks..... 16 12 Young-Bailie. Elks 16 12 Kings 1616 Aces...... 16 16 Best 15 17 Lamps....... 15 17 Kings 15 17 Lamps 1418 Seaman-Sudiekal. Jets..... 14 22 Best. 13 19 Kings 13 19 Trebble-Meyers. First 11 21 Hovey-Gangur. Lamps 11 21 Douglas-St. Kings 11 21 Aces 11 21 Asplund-Howe. Elks........ 10 18 First......... 8 24 Vannodaeys-Scott. First 8 24 First 7 25 DeLise would like to know where he is to go from here CANUCKS TRADE VANCOUVER The Vancouver Canucks and the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League have exchang- ed two players in a straight trade. The Canucks sent centre John Wright to the Blues in ex- change for left wing Mike Lampman. Wright will dress for the Blues' game tonight in Toron- while Lampman will play for the Canucks at home NEW YORK When the World Hockey Association trustees pulled the bankrupt Golden Blades out of New York City last they left general manager Jerry DeLise high and dry. The WHA foreclosed on the New York franchise after new owners couldn't meet the first pay roil. DeLise was a successful mi- nor league executive and worked within Montreal Cana- diens' organization for a dozen years before he switched to the WHA. moved my family and es- tablished myself in a home turned my back on the National Hockey DeLise says. But taking over manage- ment of the old New York renamed the Golden BLicies last was a challenge he was willing to the 52-year-old hockey executive says. DeLise says he'll stay in New York as long as he has a contract. has been erroneously re- ported that I have been fired.' I have not been But DeLise's job is in a sort of legal limbo. The Golden sey are playing at Cherry N.J. A WHA-ap- pointed administrator runs the team. The Golden Blades uniforms are stacked in a New York ho- tel room. Not much else is left of the franchise. President Ralf Brent and DeLise vacated their Golden Blades' offices on Nov. 30. The club's files were moved to of- fices of lawyers. DeLise says he still works for under contract. a former broadcaster and newspaper man. agrees. The has self to paying off al- though the league continues to fool the operational costs of the Knights. Last July DeLise signed a three-year contract as general manager. was a no-cut DeLise says. But the money hasn't been forthcoming. He is owed several thousand dollars in back pay. DeLise turned the matter over to his Boston he a view toward pursuing litigation with the WHA for we accepted at one point that uina it I feel I'm losing my Takefwo of our new snow tires and relax. The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. Tire Sales and Service 402 1st Ave. 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;