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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI Tutsdcy, 12, 1975 Qowling Banter Whalers keeping crowds happy AT CAPRI BOWL, there was absolutely no doubt about the Marlene Bosch nabbed the honors with her sensa- tional 448 game in Riga's a bowler who has turned in some consistently fine efforts tills year. Mariene reeled off 11 straight, strikes arid missed the bowl- ers dream, the perfect 450, -when the right comer pin remained up her last ball, .she turned in other games of 2SO and 213 for a brilliant 951 triple. Another sparkling performance for the was turned in b" Beth Flak in ilardnizins. .she spores a Boston fans spoiled in almost all sports Ey THE CANADIAN PRESS and Boston Braves started their Boston fans are Americas Hockey League fraD- Tbe Whalers stretched their f drubbed visiting Chicago Coo- unbeaten streak home to 141 gars 3-3. i cfaise last year -with a divisional if SMS Monday Eight, edging j Dowier-oi-tne-wee triple in G-reen's Shoes, iss to single ana well over his 201 average. Tonight Minnesota "or their Boston Celtics ktk. I Winnipeg Jets 4-3 to move four j Saints visit Los Angeles Sbarfcs, a Nations! Basket-j This "ear there's more j ahead of idle Gevelaad i Fhilafcipbia Blazers are at ha1'" Association la re-! bocke" and tbe Boston-based I Crusaders in the Eastern Din-! Quebec Les Nordkjues EM AJ- "vears had the New "England Whalers race. Iberia OiJcrs are at Houston Bruins to support; letting their Worid Hockey As-1 the only other scheduled Aferos. 'The league highs for the set oy Mariene Bosch, of course, her 443 and in Higa's. Jean Christie -crith a 343 single. tied ths Kurtz Del with a 251 average in Green's and 'zA Kossetti vrith a 222 average in Simpsons-Sears. I X CV WCCJI C- -V the pre-loiis inark. and an 864 triple in Speedys. Ken Kurtz an Sol triple in Yonss Adults. John K.em- Oddities of the more than usual. Peg Forry and Dorothy Coolidge both, headpln splits and Sic Doblsr clicked for something you simply don't see too spared aces. Ai Pearson savs this about ones a year. scores. .Capri's -jet boys y-cn cy 220 pins Doyle's 183 high. .Tie local bsr.tarn. gir.s breezed :o Victory by 404 pins. Dacec by Charie-e i b tbe Naaocai Hockey League 1 sociation. supporters down. It looks same as last year j I MONTREAL (CP) Boston f ing race as they did ai the Bruins. Decroi: Hai Wings. Gs-; same tirse last season. 2iack iSiinescca But other the five teams North St. Louis Bless' and tbe players, tinngs j 1 FhH Esposiro and Rod Gilbert.; have cbanged drasdcalb in a ail have one thing in cornznon year in bosh tbe team and iadi-! Vjgdosl St53jG2igS. The National Sccbding York Island- League isams occupy the same ers and Atlanta Flames, rew- _ comers to the league tMs year, j this is how the standings looked York at time in Earva ?nih 287 ard Sandra prarrJltc-n witn 259. .me hish 242. .The junior sir's scored a vic- tory by 156 pins ilichele Maclean's 272 arc a 247 by'Bev Passey leading 'die .Medicine boys nosed out the locals by 23 pins riarvey Poza pacing Capri with 318. .The Local senior girls -on "by 270 "Dins with. Linda Malccmson the star Trith a bis and a sparkling 263 average for the_ic-ir games. Kcvacs added 275 and Darlene lerry 285 "with CSBITS senior boys 'winning by 62 pins. Ken Efcrtz at 224 and Ran Greizinger at 256 led the "wav. In leaaie play for the Mariene Bosch's tremendous GBting'asi a 293 and 740 by gcod. Alice Heynen and a Too triple fay Earrlscn paced Bigs's Rose Xu-i-wsiier s 226 and a 701 trble by Ruby Oseen high in Senior Citizens. Jesnette'Smeed's 305 paced Kr2.ghts of Columbus sr.d in Speedys Jsan 243 and 264. Anns Martin 20S and Doreen Alison 315 and 770, .Margret ?00 Coffee and high in were Wifscn 348 and 753' an-d Beth pcsitions m rse team "Jia: cid ccs year ago. '.rhile Espcsiio of Boston and Gilben of Ne" York Hans ers Figures in brackets the j i hold idesical point. total asd staaSng this i'tbev held in the incrviffiial sccr-! season: j [Hangers. 3sc, 43 points (3rd, j 35 2ai 40 (2nd 3SU; f Canadiens. 3rd. 40 j Toronto Maple Leafs I 4th. 30 '5fJx DeGroJt Hed j vvmss, 23 (5cft. van- i coover CaniickH. 6th, 2D (7th Buffalo Sabres. Tth. West Eteck j 1st, 43 'IS. iCn- Stars. 39 GolGKI tTSL Pesguizs, 4thT 24 (5th. Fbenr, 3th 23 ffl: St. Log Aageks gets past Labor QuL year ago. pojrtts separate Srst aa Flak 373 and 835. .Pacesetters in Salmon 33S and 761, Marion Guzik S04 Kalie 205 and Dianse Violini a 763_tripis. .Kay Wheeler's 307 led N-dilcde Homes and Eileen Carter's "as Mgh. in Susdcuist along a 226 by Jen Hegi. Jean Passey the star in Homes vim 252 and 780 with Fat Norlin adding 297 and 750. .Leaders in Young Adnlts Dariene'Terry Linda Mai- COSGS021 a 780 Kalie Pedrini 2S2 and Bev r'assej 292. In men's league action, top gusners in. Krtights of rnfaig ?vere Jack 203 Gary TimLridga 318 and 302, .Leaders In GordieTs were Esn Kurtz Lino a 763 triple, Duane BEL Kosieoski 300, Gary an 811 triple Martin Eboaeksirjer s 365. Bandy Wolston- croft's 359 and 821 Norm Toilers SCO and Cee Beandry's 7S6 high in Green's. .G-eorge ilatchett paced Eagles with. 315, Wnsp Nakamnra JCCA 313 and in Young Adults the leaders Darwin. Hornan- 812 and Kurtz wrth an 851 triple. ec for the In Ubrarv victory r _Vi i SCX the mark of fee fsird Haiders M2ce Hyndmaa and Kevin Aifiam scored about nainptes apart in tfae tMrd period to break open a 2-2 game tfae Western DhisioE-leaii- I inf Jets who 11 points S ahead ifianesota and Los The Saints, however, hare seven games in hand and tbe j Sharks I Chris Eordeleaa beat New goaik AI Sisih -zrrrh j his 21st a fead period OEI7 Save te oedsrs corse bscz ar4 se tee r TT1O Kodiaks triumph in rowdy affair Ccarasssty Coi-! Tne contesr tocfe on (Jirfer- legfe Kodaks made k two in. a look after z nrst TOTV over American at _ rs zrji Jay LuMs sceocEtsd for n Hohwie scoed for f and DgTi the Stam Ir. Pee'Wee actices. fee ers sr.c Bears to a 2-2 Quint aai Veroca ?yt- for the Segvers. 17 sx IT aJl-tirrie pcist scflrers; en the 5. Three he IS {ishei seeosd once. 21 fDiosnc of Detroit Bed day that they have Kozub hot in easy victory i has been reinstated. [the National Hoercgy team conferred Mocday Tright. Coach .lohrroy Wilson I CTfisidered the 'matter closed." I preepect iHth. BaTtinwjre Cofts. I i Sr CFL season elects Cairns Scr-j perfcrmed OR CincizEigti i Cairns vas recently 11 j Reds' caictor Bench elected to the post of president i should result 35 "no of the Lethhrfdge Country Chib Moke Tracks with SNOW CLEAT WINTER TIRES Seasons Greetings Jerry Kozub scorsd 20 points and led the Miner's RTNKS ALIVE Liorary easy 81-59 victory EDMONTON CCP) at all in his the team's i for 'the i.973 over Faurfieid Appliances hi: Edmonton rinfe, Bill McCsllum physiciajj j Bert Ecctes, Tom OsriiBercial Jftn's Gi! Myler, advanced from j Dr. George Bafiou, spe55dng I snd'lrat Flaa We toM Usfue_action Monday night j tte B evert to the final two i at a conference after the i three year terns en the board ie (he new _ for the i McCaOan cdftd Ecy j opeaiag j aeaaoo will Doug ELRICH TIRE LTD COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 407 14 ;