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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December 17, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Bowling banter Lagler continues pace At Capri Bowl, Darrell Lagler continued his hot pace and earned the men's bowler of the week honors with another fine showing in Green's Shoes, hitting for 360 and an 823 triple Marlene Bosch is the women's bowler of the week, thanks to a sharp display in Riga's... she clicked for a 340 single and a solid 836 triple John Wildman starred in Young Adults with 318 and 840, Ron Gretzinger adding a 759 triple while tW gals were led by Cherye Obermeyer with 286 i In women's league play, high in Green's Shoes were Irene Tinordi with 301 and Nadine Kovacs 290 and 802 while Sumi Medoruma paced JCCA with 293 Retta Lazaruk topped NuMode Homes with 303 and 758 while Doris Wickers had 299 and Marie Smith a 709 triple in Sundquist Construction Joyce Bach led Doug's with 297 with Fran Beresnak's 294 high in Friday Mixed other sbrs of the week were Burga In men's league action, Tom Smith headed Monday Senior Citizens with 268 and 669 while in Monday Mixed Abe Plett turned on the steam with 321 and 812 In Gordie's Bruno Baceda sparkled with 350 and 740, Morgan Sparks adding 328 and 783 and Abe Enns 312 and 767 other leaders were Bill Koskoski 304 and 788 and Tom Baker 298 and 757 in Green's, Roy Kamitomo 321 and 710 i At Holiday Bowl, Velma Miller earned the women's bowler of the week crown with her best showing yet in Holiday Village, making con- sistency pay off with 274 and a 750 triple which exceeded her average by 234 pins Darwin Romanchuk, who's enjoyed some big outings this year, took the men's bowler of the week award as he whacked the pins for a 378 single and a pinfall of for four games in CFCN Triples t In men's league play, George Matchett paced Mon- day Golden Age with 285 and 747, Harry Chapman adding a 282 while Len Milner's 266 topped Thursday Golden Age the top gunners in Commer- cial Men were Bruce McKillop with 302 and 809, Ken King 813, Bernie Bailey 3Q7, Bill Koskoski 323 and 806, Tom Baker 331 and 860, Kim Kovacs 347 and 787, Bill Billings 340, Roy Kamitomo a 791 triple, John Rempel 780, Rolhe Jalbert 302, Sam Girardi 307 and Francis Higa and 735 and Nadine Kovacs with a 779 triple High in YBC Friday Schools were Heather Doyle with 226 and a 431 double, Geoff Paskuski 281 and 463 and Brian Rossetti 267 and Leaders in YBC Jets were Bruce Harvie 178, David Mann 175 and Sonya Decairo 138 Other leaders were Edwin Burwash 212, Cara Coulter 258 and Sandra Ferguson 197 in bantam play, Parry McDonald 298 and 673, David Wells 291 and 716 and Mike Gerla 288 and 658 in junior senior action. t Fettig with a smart 319 in Pioneer, Ins Archbold 276 and Pat Plomp a 716 triple in Mon- day Senior Citizens, Francis Harris 315 and 714 and Marg Constable 294 in Imperial Fashions, Cherye Obermeyer 289 and 784 in Canbra Foods, Myrna Olshaski 308 and 748 and Adrienne McKeever 302 and 734 in Wednesday Coffee, and Mary Mihalik 313 and 749, Judy Tamayose 290 and 700 and Masa Goshinmon a 743 in Martinizing. and Ken Kamitomo 295 and 709 in JCCA, Henry Bechthold 274 and 732 and Ted Haszard 274 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Earl Doucett 309 and 719 and Norm Gyulai an 804 triple in Thursday Mixed, Ron Sheen 300 and 700 in Bankers, Chris Ell a 754 triple in ACT and Wayne Gibertson 312 and 793 and Joe Amatto 338 in Fri- day Mixed. sharing the YBC spotlight for the week were Dianne Vaselenak with 215 and Rob Prince with 180 as the two leaders in the bantam section, Daren Flexhaug 265 and Terry Hamilton 265 in the junior boys' division and Karen Ludwig 210 as the top junior girl Young Adult leaders were Jiin Malcomson with 299, Linda Malcomson 331 and a sparkling 849 and Barbara Toth 298. i 773 John Rosenfelt headed Knights of Columbus with 312 and 780 and Marty Shigehiro's 278 led Hamilton Junior High other pace setters were Cyril Barnett with 322 and 795 in Eagles, Bill Billings 790 and Rogan Sinclair 331 in Alcon, Frank Bernhart 300 in CJOC and Fil Oberg 297 in CPR CFCN Triples leaders were Al Smith 327 and Ken Kurtz 309, John Wildman 316 and Ed Henderson 305, Fred Milner 324, Les Dyke 315 and and Jack Smeed for four. In women's action, leaders in Monday Golden Age were Kay Davison with 279 and Ruby Oseen 287 and 736 Dianne Violini paced Knights of Columbus with 287 and 730, Bev Clark adding 286, while Irene Harris was the week's star in Dairy Queen with 321. Karlyn Spitzer continued to blaze away with a great 363 and 866 in Bendix, Debbie Barton posting 288, while in Speedys Jeanette Smeed had 304 and 782, Alice Gier a 739 triple and Marg Smith 306 Edith Madson had 325 and 705 and Velma Miller a 705 in Holiday Village with Ruby Oseen's 295 and 758 leading Vasa In CFCN Betty Paterson hit for 307 and for four, Jean Christie 331 and 967, Karlyn Spitzer 286 and 989, Jeanette Smeed 288 and 972, Dianne Violini 285 and 969 and Linda Malcomson 304 and Grace McPike had 292 in CJOC, Ev More 301 and Jen Hegi 742 in Alpine and Alma Williams a 702 in CPR Senate says girls can play WASHINGTON, (AP) The United States Senate voted Monday to give girls the same chance as boys to play Little League baseball. But in a separate ac- tion it voted to exempt such groups its the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls, the YMCA, the YWCA and sororities and fra- ternities from the provisions of federal sex anti-discrimination laws in higher education. The Little League bill now goes to President Ford. Sponsored in the Senate by Senator Roman Hruska, (Rep. Neb.) it strikes the word "boy" each time it appears in the Little League's 1964 congressional charter and replaces it with the 'young people.'' Hunter talents for sale NEW YORK (AP) Baseball owners may soon start bidding for the services of pitcher Jim (Catfish) Hunter. Baseball history was made Monday when an arbitration board voted 2 to 1 that Hunter's contract had been broken by Oakland A's and that the 1974 Cy Young award winner had become a free agent. The ruling allows Hunter to sell his services to the highest owners said the bids could surpass a million dollars. But the owners will have to wait a little while. Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn prohibited any bidding until he establishes "orderly procedures for con- tacts between the clubs and Hunter and to insure all clubs of an equal opportunity to talk to Mr. Hunter." An offer from A's owner Charles O. Finley is not likely to receive much con- sideration. Although Hunter said after the ruling Monday that the A's "money is just as good as any- he had said earlier that "if I become a free agent, I know I won't play for the A's." The decision, said the Major League Baseball Players Association, was that Finley had broken the contract by failing to meet a deferred payment on Hunter's yearly salary. Aside from declaring Hunter a free agent, the board ordered that the be given Hunter plus sixper-cent interest retroactive to Aug. 1, when the payment was due. So now the winner of more games than anyone during the last five "take his time" and listen to all offers, said Jerry Kapstein, one of his lawyers. Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRVWALLING Ev More 301 Mary Rath 281 Rose Cropley 268 Mary Noss 271, Shirley Cooper 246, Olga LaRouque 243; Judy Horlacher 252, Barb Jarvie 241, Cherry Hatnbata 255, Marion Tmsley 255 Jen Hegi 266 Eloise Ives 253 (652) CIVIL SERVICE Janet Radtke 267 Mabel Harrold 243, Mike Prokop 242. John Enckson 244, Sharyn Broadbent241, Cal Coolidge 283, Joan Sudo 248, Tom Snow 301. Jan Farrell 269 Jack Kerr 247 YBC BANTAMS Dale French 132, Allen Stewart 128, Willie Malcomson 151 Donald Tamguchi 140, Kirby Nishikawa 133, Cory Miller 126, Darcy Flexhaug 137, Randy Tremel 161, Rob Prince 180, Ross Andreachuk 118, Warren Ives 116 Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged tissue. A renowned research institute h.is found a unique healing sub- stance the ability to shrink hcinoi i houli painlessly. 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Just ask vour druggist for Picpai.ilion II Suppositories or Pitfpai.ition II Ointment a special Satisfaction or >our money refunded. GOLDEN AGE Matt Bernhart 248, Bill Jensen 255, Jack Nunweiler 226. Fred Smeed 264, Len Milner 266, Tom Archbold 233, Arvid Oseen 233, Harry Chapman 257, Irene Marcmko 227, Dorothy Morrow 208, Lela Ober 216 Clarice Halmrast 207 C.J.O.C. Reg Arnold 254, Frank Bernhart 300. Kathleen Bernhart 262. Kathy McGmty 255, Grace McPike 292. Lil Knodel 242, Wendy Thompson 254, Don Bernhart 262, Neil Noble 268. Pauline Wilson 24.4 CLASSIC TRIPLES Ken Kurtz 309; Betty Patterson 307 Jean Christie 331, Al Smith 327 John Wildman 316 Darwin Romanchuk 378 Linda Malcomson 304 Ed Henderson 305, Les Dyke 315 Jack Smeed 289 (1030) ANDY CAPP Fergie Jenkins named male athlete of year By MEL SUFRIN CP Sports Editor Ferguson Jenkins, the re- surgent right-hander who won 25 games for Texas Rangers of the American League this season, is Canada's male ath- lete of the year for 1974. The 31-year-oid native of Chatham, Ont., best baseball player ever to come out of Canada, was awarded the honor for a record fourth time in the annual poll of sports writers and broadcasters con- ducted by The Canadian Press. Jenkins, whose string of 20- game seasons was terminated at six when he slipped to a 14- 16 record with Chicago Cubs of the National League in 1973, was traded to Texas and almost immediately redisco- vered his old form. He won 25, lost 12 and pitch- ed 29 complete games, tops in the AL, while recording a 2.82 earned-run average. His per- formance sparked the Rangers to a surprising sec- ond-place finish in the West- ern division behind Oakland Athletics. Previously picked as male athlete of the year in 1967, 1968 and 1971, Jenkins moves ahead of Rocket Richard, the great Montreal Canadiens right-winger, who was chosen three times, in 1952, 1957 and 1958. Bernie Parent, 29-year-old FERGUSON JENKINS DELIVERS Minor hockey The Blackhawks doubled the score on the Canadians, 4- 2, in Bantam A play Friday. Danny Laronde scored two goals for the winners and single efforts came from Mike Bedford and Stan Sawicki. Randy Provick and Ron Erais scored for the losers, Erais' goal coming on a penal- ty shot Monday night the Canadians got revenge as they dumped Snowmobiles to race CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Stampede Monday an- nounced plans for what direc- tors say will be one of the top professional snowmobile races in North America, with prize money of more than Ted Krause, co-ordinator of the Calgary Stampede inter- national snowmobile race, said the 14-class races -will be run Jan. 18 and 19 on the race track at the stampede grounds. More than 400 entries from North America are expected, said Mr. Krause. He said he expects the event to draw about spectators. The races will mark the in- troduction of snowmobile competition at the stampede park track. Mr. Krause said the races, if successful, will be continued on an annual basis. The stampede board will put up prize money and the entrant's fees will be added to each class purse. the Jets 4-2 Peter Robb scored twice for the winners and Ron Erais and Ken Nagy added single markers- Brad Dorren and Dave Stinson scored for the Jets The Argos and the Blazers had a tight battle Monday with the Blazers coming out on the long end of a 1-0 score Darrel Rapuano had his se- cond shutout in a row and Daniel Herauf scored the only goal The Lethbridge Pee Wee Voyageurs travelled to Nelson and Castlegar, B.C. Saturday and Sunday and split a pair of hockey games. Sunday they dropped a 5-2 decision to Castlegar Pee Wee Reps and Saturday they defeated Nelson Pee Wee Reps 5-2. Scoring for the Voyageurs Saturday were Allen Norlin and Rod Tomita Norhn pick- ed up a hat trick in the win and Tomita added the other two markers. Bruce Benger and Allen Perich scored for Nelson Saturday Blair Spence and Jon McFadden scored the two Lethbridge goals SET FOR JAN. 19 MARIBOR, Yugoslavia (AP) The women's giant slalom competition counting towards the World Cup of ski- ing has been rescheduled to Jan. 19 because of a shortage of snow. The event was scheduled for this Sunday, but the slopes of Mount Porhorje are virtually bare because of unseasonable weather. native of Montreal whose magnificent goaltending was a major factor in Phila- delphia Flyers' Stanley Cup victory over Boston Bruins, is second in the 1974 poll. Third is harness racing driver Herve Filion, 34, of An- gers, Que., who this year be- came the first North Ameri- can to go over career wins. Fourth is Toller Crans- ton, 24, of Toronto, the Cana- dian figure-skating champion. Phil Esposito, the 32-year- old Boston centre who won the award the last two years, was almost completely over- looked in 1974 voting. Jenkins, who has often said he would like to pitch for a major league team in Can- ada, was the Cy Young Award winner as the most valuable player in the National League in 1971 when he had his win- ningest year with the Cubs-24-13. He was 20-12 in 1972 but slumped the following year when he was bothered by a sore arm. He and the Cubs had become mutually dis- enchanted by then and in Oc- tober he was traded to Texas for infielders Vic Harris and Bill Madlock. He had asked to be sent to Montreal Expos but said the Canadian club was unable to come up with the right trade bait. This season, his arm fully recovered, he rebounded for his best year ever and came within a few votes of adding an American League Cy Young Award, being edged by Oakland's Catfish Hunter, an- other 25-game winner. The recovery also earned Jenkins the award as Cana- dian sports comeback of the year. He was a solid choice in the balloting over Gordie Howe, the Houston Aeros right-winger who, at 46, led his team to the first World Hockey Association title and starred in the Canada- U.S.S R hockey series. Third was Jacques Plante, 45, who quit as general manager and coach of Quebec Nordiques of the WHA to return to the nets as goaltender with Edmonton Oilers. Jenkins, a six-foot-five, 205- pound all-round athlete with a good fastball that helped him strike out 225 opponents this season, is also a better than average hitter. On Oct. 2, the day he won his 23th game, he confounded the American League desig- nated-hitter rule by becoming the first pitcher to appear in the lineup as a regular batter. Niekro stingy SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Atlanta pitchers Buzz Capra and Phil Niekro had the lowest earned-run averages in the National League last season but Los Angeles Dodgers had the best team ERA, 2.97 to the Braves' 3.05, officia'l league records showed today. Capra allowed an average of 2 28 runs per nine innings to Niekro's 2 38. Jon Matlack of New York Mets was the stingiest left-hander at 2.41 and had the most shutouts, seven. Niekro, 20-13, and Andy Messersmith of Los Angeles, 20-6, tied for the most games won and Niekro pitched the most complete games, 18, and the most innings, 302. Reliever Mike Marshall of the Dodgers, the Cy Young Award winner, set league records by appearing in 106 games, including 13 in a row. He led the league in saves and was fourth in ERA at 2.42. Messersmith, fifth in ERA at 2 59, tied with Bob Gibson of St. Louis for the dubious record of allowing the most home runs, 24. t I't74 DmU Mirr, r I And> app I Hall FLO'S JUST WALKED IN. ANDY WHATEVER I DO SPEAKS v SO LOUD THATSHE NEVER'EARS WHATI'AVE TO SAY; Doreen Jones stars for local track club Doreen Jones, a student at the University of Lethbridge and a member of the Lethbridge Track and Field Club, was the star of the show at the Edmonton Olympic Club's Indoor Track Meet over the weekend. She swept to first place finishes in the women's 50 metre hurdles, the long jump and the shotput com- petitions and was a strong second in the 50 metre sprint The Edmonton meet attracted over 300 entrants. Scott Gehringer, also of the Lethbridge Track Club, placed first in the men's metre run while another I-pthhridgeite, Don Malesza, took top spot in the 50 metre sprint. He also placed third in the 16 pound shotput com- petition Ken Rebel, a 14 year old member of the Lethbridge team, was a strong fourth place finisher in the metre race, bettering his best previous time by more than nine seconds. Jeanette Gibbons and Diane Grabavac placed third and fourth respectively in the 300 metre sprint and Rod Con- stable took a sixth in the metre race. Athletes interested in indoor track and field are reminded that the track club practices daily at the Civic Sports Centre at 5 p.m. in Lethbridge The next indoor meet the club will be taking part in is the Knights of Columbus Games in Saskatoon, Dec. 27 and 28. Vic Willms leads Herman's to top In nine games this season Vic Willms has allowed only two goals in Lethbndge and District Broomball League play Sunday night Willms recorded his fifth consecutive shutout to give him a league leading seven The two goals he has allowed came in 1-1 ties. Willms' fine goal keeping moved Herman's Upholstery into the league lead Sunday with a 5-0 win over City Hall Gangsters. This is the first time Herman's has led the league since joining it four years ago They have won seven games this year and tied two Roger Handley. Hans Koeing. Sig Majchrzak. Ron Teshima and Jim Fraser scored for Herman's Lethbndge Hotel slipped to second spot in the league stan- dings when they lost their first game of the year 1-0 to J and L Roofing Goalie Brian Kristjanson was outstanding in the nets for the winners as he stopped the Hotel cold. The Hotel boasts three of the league's top 10 scorers Butch Lee scored the only goal of the game. Southern Signs and the Miner's Library played to a 3- 3 tie Ben Schmold scored two for Southern Signs and Jim Corey one Jake Fehr banged in two for the Library and Kerry Banak got the other Rudy Fleischhauer and Helmut Fomradas scored two goals apiece as Shaughnessy blanked the Lethbndge Correctional Institute 4-0. Frank Kocsinko picked up the Shutout. Ace Building outscored the Knight Clubbers 3-0 behind Barry Neidermier's faultless goaltendmg Alan Pennington scored two goals and Fred Anderson one The Eagles swamped the Jaycees 5-1 Hugo Brees and Doug MacKenzie had two each for the winners and Larry Veres one Bill Ressler picked up the lone Jaycee goal. STANDINGS Herman's Upholstery Lethbndge Hotel J L Roofing Shaughnessy Miners Library Southern Signs Ace Building Eagles Jaycees Knight Clubbers Leth institute City Hall Gangsters SCORING LEADERS Roger McAdam Ben Schmold Hugo Brees Alan Pennington Max Whiteford Bill Ressler Jim Corey Gus Fomradas Butch Lee Willy Brees Roger Rombough W T L PTS 720 7 1 1 6 2 1 432 432 423 4 1 4 405 3 1 5 1 1 7 0 8 0 8 16 15 14 11 11 10 9 8 7 3 2 2 G A PTS 10 5 15 6 4 10 5 5 10 72 9 7 2 6 3 5 4 5 4 3 6 5 3 3 5 Ali named 'Fighter of the Year' NEW YORK (AP) Muhammad All was named by the Boxing Writers' Association Monday as Fighter of the Year for 1974, dur- ing which he outpointed Joe Frazier and then knocked out George Foreman to regain the world heavyweight championship Ali will receive the Edward J Neil Award, named for the late Associated Press writer, at the group's 50th anniversary dinner next year. Ali also won the award in 1965 HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICE Preserviced F.O.B. Lethbridge 2 and 3 door models Front wheel drive 4 speed transmission, full syncromesh Overhead camshaft motor 2 barrel carburetor McPhearson struts suspension front and rear Gas mileage you won't believe McFADOEN MOTORS Corner 2nd Ave. A St. S. Phone ;