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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Docembor 18. 1973 Book now for your Easter Hawaiian Vacation For Ditills Coniict ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Bowling banter At Capri for the first time the bowler-of-the-week honors go to a rather than an individual The Special Occasion Shop team in Gordie's broke a Capri record and possibly a city record with a single game scratch total of 1.558 and. with handicap. 1.646 hitting the high spots in the big effort were Bill Taylor 284. Bruno Baceda 209. Ed Henderson Bob Thompson 401 and Cec Beaudry who also rolled a 949 triple Masa Goshinmon led the women with a sparkling 866 triple in Martinizing. rolling 316. 260 and 298 she's en- joyed a great first half and In YBC piay. the Jets were led by Stephen Craiggs with 228. Lori Csaki 202 and Perry Allen 220 in bantams and Darrel Lagler Shaun Moar 305 and Jennifer Mabin 269 in juniors Capri ban- tams and juniors topped Medicine Hal again by 1.404 pins Bantams were paced by Merylen Bunnage with 276 and Pam Shigehiro 228 and 646. Harvie Pocza 286 and In league the stars of the week were Harry Chapman and 826 in Mon- day Senior Citizens. Morgan Sparks 403 and 863 and Joe Beresnak 318 in KC's. Cec Beaudry 410 and Bob Thompson 401 and Bill Hamilton 314 and 854 and Ken Malcomson 319 in Gordie.'s Bert Mezei 369 and 791. Lew Mills 326 and 817. Frank Tuttle 349 and 766 and Alex Kogler 323 in Green's. Norman Uyulai 312 and 771 and Conrad Arnold 326 and 768 in Henry Ryo Nagata 324 and 847 and Mun Takeda 319 in JCCA. and Craig Waterfield should be one of the favorites in the city singles slated to start Jan. 27 New league highs for the week included Cec Beaudry's 410 in Gordie's. Jean Passey's 837 triple in Sundquist Morgan Sparks' 403 single and 863 triple in Knights of Colum- Harry Chapman s 826 and Ruby Oseen's 770 triple in Monday Senior Citizens and the Senior Citizens' tourney to determine Capri's representatives in the provin- cial final in Calgary Feb. 11 was led by Bob Clark who had 203. 211 and 184 pins over his average and Asta Hage who was 150 pins over her 124 average. 663 and Cindy Pedrini 238 and 686 for the juniors Holiday activities at Capri will be the family twosome meet with Jet and bantam girls bowling Thursday. Dec. 27 at 7 p.m.. junior and senior boys and girls Thursday at 9 p.m. and Jet and bantam boys Dec. 28 at 7 p.m. Moonlight Bowl is scheduled Sunday. Dec. 23 and Dec. 30. from nine to midnight. 329 and John Wildman 298 and 794 in Young Adults The top gals were Linda Aspeslet 298 in Higa's. Bernice Pavan 297 and 769 in Trudy Newinger 302 and 735 in Tues- day Coffee. Irene Ponych 318 and Jean Passey 310 and 814 in Juniors. Grace Beard 304 and 804 in Speedys. Mary Stoffer in Wednesday Morning. Masa Goshinmon 316 and Pat Henderson 302. Carolyn Wilde 309 and 823 and Linda Vrabel 301 and 772 in Mar- tinizing. Chris Burwash 296 and 736 in Nu Jean Passey in 837 triple in Sund- quist and Adella Besseling 326 in Young Adults. Minor hockey Trent Auch scored twice and carried the Red Wings to a 2-2 stalemate with the Islanders in a Bantam match over the weekend. Barclay Potts and Dwayne Ptycia tallied single markers for the Islanders. In a Bantam game staged on the the Lethbridge Kings and Cardston battled to a 2-2 draw. Randy Rook and Brad Kirshenman notched a goal apiece for the locals while Robert Soup and Mike Pierson replied for Cardston. The Kings came back Mon- MINERS' HOCKEY CLUB DRAW 1st PRIZE Michial Hack 1026-8 St. S. 2nd PRIZE J. Shmdnik Box 243 Coildale 3rd PRIZE Lil Jamas 432-12 St. N. day night and edged the Bruins 3-2. Brent Belsher. Ron McDonald and Ralph Quint fired in a goal apiece for the Kings while Russell Hooper and Barry Cowie scored for the Bruins. North Stars rifled in five un- answered goals in the third period to defeat the Eskimos 5-2 in a Midget League game last night. Dale Terry Gordon Tokariuk. Tyler Martinuk and Brent Horhozer tallied for the Stars while Darryl Mock and Mark Enns replied for the Eskimos who led 2-0 after two periods. Mark Wolosyn scored what proved to be the winner as the Flames edged the Flyers 4-3 in Pee Wee action. Robert Stewart tallied twice for the winners with a single going to Rory MacLennan. Earon Ellis scored twice for the Fivers with Phil Hewko adding a solo marker. Christmas Gift Suggestions for your Trailer and Camper Stick-on Indoor Outdoor Thermometer Christmas Special .95 Trailer Level Coffee Maker 4'90 Air Compressor 12-Voll Vacuum Cleaner PrebCo. RECREATION VEHICLES 600-4th Avenue Lethbridge The Herald- Sports It didn't surprise very many that Magnussen named By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Karen Magnussen may have problems getting but she has no trouble catching votes. The striking blonde from North Vancouver. B.C.. 1973 world figure skating cham- pion before turning today was nam- ed Canada's top female athlete in a poll of sports writers and broadcasters con- ducted by The Canadian Press. She received more than dou- ble the number of points of her closest rival. 1972 winner Joc- elyne Bourassa of Shawinigan. Miss Bourassa edged Ot- tawa runner Glenda Reisser lor second spot with Jo-Jo I'VE TOLD YOLf A SO DON'T TT TELL ONE .'A NOT Big year 20-game for AL winners set mark BOSTON A record number of 20-game winners and the most no-hitters in 11 years feature the official 1973 American League pitching records announced today by President Joe Cronin. Twelve pitchers hit the charmed 20-victory bet- tering the record of 10 for a 12- team league in 1971. The eight-team record also was set in 1907 and equalled in 1920. Nolan Ryan of California Angels set a major league record by striking out one more than Sandy Koufax of Los Angeles Dodgers in 1965. Ryan also hurled two of four no-hitters in the American League in 1973. Others were by rookies Steve of Kansas City Royals and Jim Bibby of Texas Rangers. Right-hander Jim Palmer of Baltimore Orioles posted a 22- 9 record and led the league with a 2.40 earned run average. Palmer has won 20 or more for four consecutive years. Wilbur Wood of Chicago White Sox won 24 games and Jim Hunter of Oakland As 21 as each hit the 20-victory mark for the third year in a row. Others in the select group were Joe Coleman. Detroit Ti- gers. California and Ken Holtzman. Luis Tiant. Boston Red Sox. Vida Blue. Bill Singer. California. Paul Split- lorff. Kansas City. Jim Col- born. Milwaukee Brewers and Bert Blyleven. Minnesota Twins. 20. Reliever John Miller of De- Iroit Tigers made a remarkable comeback from a heart condition. The Toronto native set a major league record with 38 saves while leading the league with 65 mound appearances. Gals battle to 3-3 draw Claresholm and the Labor Club Saints matched goal for goal over three periods in Southern Alberta Women's Hockey League action Sun- day. Marilyn Sneddon. Debbie Wakehn and Deanna Miyauchi scored for the Saints while Dorothy Orla Olsen and Colleen Gaab replied for Claresholm. Only two minor penalties were called in the game. Gaylord Perry pitched the most complete games. while Wood led in games started innings pitched runs allowed and hits allowed Blyleven was the shutout leader with nine. The league recorded 614 complete games compared with 502 in 1972 before the designated hitler rule. Chipperfield still tops SASKATOON Centre Ron Chipperfield of Brandon Wheat Kings main- tained a comfortable lead last week in the Western Canada Hockey League say statistics released Monday night by- league headquarters. Chipperfield increased his total to 78 on 40 goals and 38 for a nine-point lead over his closest rival. Al Hillier of Flin Flon Bombers. Statistics include games of Sunday night. Fastest rise in the standings has been registered by Dennis the Regina Pats' star who already has signed a multi-year professional contract for more than million. Sobchuk climbed into a fourth-place tie with Chipperfield's Rick one point behind Rob Watt of Flin Flon. In sixth place is Mike leading scorer of Calgary runaway leaders in the western divivi- sion of the 12-team league. Goaltender Garth Malarchuk of the Centennials remained tops in goals- against average with a mark of 2.58. with teammate Kel Erickson second at 3.97. Third is veteran Ed Staniowski of Regina. Cam Connor of Flin Flon continued to lead in penalties with 198 minutes in four minutes ahead of Dave PALS PICK WEISKOPF NEW YORK Tom Weiskopf. winner of five titles in four has been nam- ed golf's Player of the Year by fellow louring pros. Golf Magazine announced the selection Monday. Williams of Swift Current Broncos. GAP Chipperfield. Bran 40 38 78 F F........... 18 51 69 F F.............. 33 28 61 Reg 24 36 60 Bran 21 39 60 Cal............. 26 31 57 Reg.......... 27 25 52 Holland. Cal.......... 22 30 52 Trottier. S.C............. 19 33 52 S.C......... 183250 WESTAR HOCKEY STICKS... Mads in Wastarn Canada Madlclna Albarta Olstrlbutad by Greb-Low Enterprises Avsllablsat Bart Macs Cycla Ltd. Dlatar's Ski and Sparta Ltd. Octschns Ski Haus Ltd. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lowar Laval 7th Slraat Shopping Hall Phone 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES C'arriere of Quebec winner of two synchronized swimming silver medals at the world swimming cham- pionships.'a distant fourth. Twenty-year-old Miss Magnussen won the com- pulsory figures and com- pulsory free skating at the world championships at Bratislava. in March as she toppled arch rival Janet Lynn of the United States. Shortly after her on her fifth try. Miss Magnussen turned professional with Ice Capades for a reported 000 a year over three says she has an un- comfortable feeling that boys are afraid to date her. I think they are really shy 01 me. the Karen said m an interview. think they're frightened of the life I leati. And I most people tend to think all celebrities are Snobby she isn't. Grace and charm have always been a Magnussen whether signing autographs for kids or giving interviews with news media personnel. The blue-eyed who made her' first public appearance as a snowflake.at age six. picked up 99 first- place votes and 327 points over-all. She was named in 119 of 123 ballots. GOT 43 FIRSTS Miss Bourassa collected 43 firsts and 159 points to 124 points and five first-place votes for Miss Reiser. A lirst-place vote was worth three a second two points and a third onfe. Miss the Cana- dian as well as the world lost the free skating section of the world championship to Miss but she changed her program during the contest because she had the title won. Miss Lynn fell twice in com- pulsory free skating and linished llth behind Karen. When the free skating came up. the Canadian girl played it sate to take the title. The way to the top was tough for Karen. In 1969 she lost her Canadian title to Linda Carbonetto of Toronto and then had to pull out of the world championships because of hairline fractures to both legs. Some experts feared her career as a top-flight skater was but not Miss Magnussen. She came back to win the Canadian title in 1970 and has held it ever since. Miss Bourassa. rookie of the year on the Ladies Professional Golfers Associa- tion tour in 1972. won her first tournament in 1973. Karen selected Canada's outstanding female athlete of 1973 is Karen world figure skating champion. Miss currently with the Ice was a landslide winner. Shackleford hoops 19 Joey Shackleford swished 19 big points and led Doug's of Lethbridge to an 85-56 victory over the Magrath Merchants in a Chinook Basketball League game Monday night. It was the local's third straight win over the who trailed 42-22 at the half. Both clubs are now idle in league play until the new but Doug's will par- ticipate in the annual Christ- mas hoop tourney set for Dec. 26-27 at the Civic Centre. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES One-Stop Holiday Shop 'Peignoir' noRmnn COSfTlETIC BOUTIQUE Gifts Wigs Perfumes College Mall Phone 328-1525 SOUTHWEST STANDINGS BOYS W L Pel. Winston...............5 0 1.000 Stirling................5 0 Coaldale ..............3 2 .600 P. 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