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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE HERAIO Tuesday, December 21, 1971 Miami now Knimis City I'niv. 1, Linda Malcomson nets ,is Ihe women's bowlcr-of-lhe-week for r series uf tup pi'iiorinaiices Linda is cn- a season, having posted Hal and 371 Dailies earlier and then, sparing in Ulna's, i-lii-king for a '.real 1175 triple with games of 221! anil a men's honors for the week go to Norm Tolley wiiu is also hitting the pins in fine fashion he recorded his second 800 triple of the year hy turning in 27U-29H-H50 for a the latter 'mark is the new men's high three for the season in Green's Shoes oilier highs for the week were set hy Linda Kish in the Friendly League with a single and 7011 triple while Lynne Lengyel cut loose for a in high .for Ihe season. YLK.' bimliT.s are reminded that the popular lam- ily twosome lournamenl dates have been finalized for the holiday season and bowlers planning to par- ticipate are asked to contact Al Pearson or any member of the Capri staff The Bantam girls will roll their games next .Monday night at seven o'clock and the .Itimors and Seniors the same night at nine o'clock I'.antam boys will take to the lanes Thurs- dav niLfht, Dec. at seven o'clock. Stepping into the spotlight during the week in men's league play were .Morgan Sparks with Bill Hamilton oOfi and Leroy Conine :ffio and Hob and in B and E Hardware with the big guns booming once again in Gordie's as Jack Smeed hit tor 301! and 878. Fred Thomas 324. Sam Girardi Shig (loshinmon 305 and 782, Steve Saler 332 and 833. Norm Tolley 301 and SOI and Clary Tunbridgc with an triple In Green's Ken Malcomson posted 340 and Tak Katakami 33li and 774. Norm Tolley 330 and 910. Dave Smccd an (ill triple and Al .Meszaros 319 Tom Adams paced Henry Homes with 317. Francis lliga led .1CCA with 344, llarvey Schweitzer 31B in AGT. Abe Enns 334 and fill in Service while in Major Mixed Hie pace-setters were Eldon Westling and 837. .John Tinordi 801. Uave Smeed and 777. Lew Mills 305 and 801, Bert. .Mezci 31G and 838, Orest Yurchak 336 and Gary Tiinbridge 303 and 833. Among Ihc gals. Linda Malcomson's 353 and 875 and Barh Scattergood's 303 paced Higa's while in B and ID Hardware Edith Voth with 319 and 773 led the way Jean Passey topped Juniors with 303 and 790 while in Senior Citizens the week's star was Jtuby Oseen with 309 Jcanette Smeed's 291 and 753 led Spcedys while in Martmizing Lynne Lengyel with 351, Betly Paterson 347 and 791 and Marg Smith 314 and were the shining lights Tops in Green's were May Hiehert with an 814 triple, Eve Denis 313. JeaneUe Smeed 292 and 792 and a 2S5 by KIcanor Dorigatti Linda Kish was the star in the Friendly League with her 306 while in NuMode high were May Hiebert 339 and 816. .Mary ski 329 and 779. Ann Reed 299 and Marlie's Modi 293 Frances Harris led Civil Service with 283 and 724 with Sandra WesHing's 365 and 805 and Jean Christie's 289 and 749 tops in Major Mixed. And from Al Pearson and his staff at. Capri a Merry Christmas, and may Santa Clans deposit many strikes and spares under your tree. Hy TIIK ASSOCIATKI) I'KKSS Tu< uiilinc 'nallimorc Colls will he dc-1 pusilion .Sunday they were fi-iiding their Super liowl crown upset hy KnRland Palriots hen the National Foot hall league post season playoffs i sum brpin, bill right now they're busy di'l'cnding their integrity. isnii! the Kastcrn Divi- in the American Con- fi'rem'c lo Miami Dolphins, lint in that most people feel is an edge in j Cleveland Browns, an opponent the first-round playoffs. presumed lo he an easier miileh If the Colls had won, they j Ulan the Chiefs, would have had lo face Kansas! Meanwhile, Bill Curry, the City Chiefs in the first Colts' centre, explained how los- which Miami now m u s t do. he same time gaining what ANDY CAPP Eki Meanwhile, the Colts will meet Patriots don't think .arinaro is BOSTON (AP) Ed Mari- j naro, who finished second in j i lie running for the Ileisman Trophy, says the remark he imide about England Pa- li lots .Va I ion a I Football 1 League learn: ''I'd like to j piny for New England for a year Ihcn go on lo pro foot- hall." was said in jest. in a lelephnne inlen'iew from his hcme in Oradell, i X.I.. with Ihe Boston Globe Monday night. Mariaaro said lie lias been jesting like that j ;M past gal.herings he has i hcen invited to speak at, and he was getting a "response, so I kept il up.'' lie said when he spoke at the Maxwell Club awards din- ner in Philadelphia, he said of his career at Cornell: had to carry the hall every- time or we would have heen punting on second down.'' "Kverybddy knew I was joking and Ihey howled." Marinaro little gag line was getting response, so I kept ii up." Marinaro said when he made the remark about the P a t r i o I s Sunday night in i Kcuiesicr. N.M., "I ripped the I played wilh. my old iiodirslcr coach, everyone." "I didn't think anything of ii. But after (lie party. 1 went to Boston and spent the night there, and when J pot up and saw the stuff in Ihe paper, I was mad." he said. "1 said it, and I'm not apol- ogizing. he said. "But it was all in jest. After all, I have said many times (hat if 1 were going to play pro hall. I like to play in New York. Boston or out on the West Coast." t saw what the presi- dent of Ihe Patriots (Billv Sul- li'.mii said: "In my cstiinalc the level of a Cornel! educa- tion Miftorcd somewhat on that statement. Sometimes young football players say things in jest." "I said it in Marinaro said. lockey Club Ltd. T Oil ONTO (CP) The Jockey Club Ltd. confirmed long-standing rumors Monday when shareholders approved re- organization of the company to one of non-profit operations without share capital. Reports that the Jockey Club was attempting to go non-profit bad been circulating since Nov- ember. Board chairman 'E. P. Taylor told a general meeting of share- holders "Ihe return to common shareholders and the growth in the market value of the com- mon shares have both been to- tally inadequate." The move to a non-profit or- ganization was chiefly to up- grade racing and provide some tax relief, he said. For each common share of The Jockey Club Ltd. now out- standing, the holder will be enti- tled to receive a debenture bearing interest of 10 per cent annually. There arc common shares. The two classes of preferred shares would be redeemed by the Jockey Club in full by Jan. 1. Taylor and members of bis immediate family control about two million common shares. Windfields Farm Ltd.. benefi- cially owns the shares, but it is owned in turn by Cay West S.A., a holding company controlled 1 by the Taylor family. i sil LOWER j ,lockey Club shares were trad- j ing on the Toronto Stock. Ex- i change Monday for S3.25, down one-eighth. Its assets on July IS, I 1971. were S47.208.tlGO. Henry Durkin held on i Taylor explained to sharehold- ing was lo Baltimore's disad-1 vantage. "By finishing second we lost the possibility of having the championship game in our sta- dium. Our crowd is one of our biggest assets. If the Chiefs are great, we'll have to play them anyway. You're not going to get out of playing a good team." MIAMI COACH AGREES Coach Don Simla of Miami concurred with Curry's think- ing. "I'm he said, ''the j Colts wanted to win." While the Colls were defend- ing their integrity, San Fran- cisco -J9crs were defending their national Conference West title and qualifying for the last play- j off herlli hy defeating Detroit! Lions :il-27. That set up this schedule for the playoffs: Saturday, Dec. '25 i NFC: Dallas, 11-3, at Minne- sota. 11-3. 11 a.m. MST. j AFC: Miami, 10-3-1, at Kan-j sas City, 10-3-1, 2 p.m. MST. Sunday, Dec. 26 AFC: Baltimore, 10-4, at Cleveland. II a.m. MST. NFC: Washington, 9-4-1, at San Francisco. 9-5, 2 p.m. MST. The final day of action also witnessed the re-hiring of Ed Khayat as Philadelphia's head coach and the assumption of the San Diego coaching reins by Harland Svarc. Khayat had taken over as the Eagles' coach when Jerry Wil- liams was fired during the sea- son and S v a r e stepped down from his general manager's job to lake over on the coaching lines when Sid Gillman resign- ed. In another coaching an- nouncement, New York Jets said Monday W c e b En-bank would be back next year for his lOLh season with thp club. liv THE CANADIAN PRESS wilh two team-mates out of play in the final period to ensure a 4-0 shutout for Swift Current Broncos over Winnipeg Jets in Western Canada Hockey League I action Mondav night. wns Bowl In the only other game .New Westminslcr B r 11 i n s dumped Vancouver Nats fi-3 with Bruins' I Kon Kennedy smashing the j Nat.s morale with three succes- MVC goals in the first period. Neither game changed ers there had been a general trend from proprietary racing associations to non-profit organ- izations. Thoroughbred tracks at Aque- duct. Saratoga and Eelmont in New York. Keenland in Ken- tucky and tracks in France, Australia, and New Zealand were conducted by non-profit or- ganizations, he said. Taylor estimated profit from the the Jockey Club's 1971 opera- re- i lions will he down PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. HUGHES OUT A MONTH PHILADELPHIA (AP) De- fenseman Brent Hughes of Phil- j adelphia Flyers, who suffered a fractured right w r i s t in Sun- day's 4-0 National Hockey League loss to Toronto Maple Leafs, will be out of action for at least a month, the Flyers an- nounced Monday, the tying touchdown with mains at the bottom of the lad- ivmaming and George Hunt der, two points behind Wiraii- kirkod his (aid straight extra peg. in the eastern division, point Monday night to lift Ten- nessee lo a comeback vic- tory over Arkansas in the Lib-1 spectivcly, in the western divi- 1 New Westminster and Vancou- i vor remain fourth and fifth, re- Durkin was outstanding on his erly Bowl college football game, i sion. Watson, playing despite cracked ribs, scored the win-! turning aside 33 shots ning touchdown on the third on goal to protect the two-goal play after Tennessee recovered i effort of Terry McDougall and a fumble at the Arkansas 37 i single markers racked up by Brian Back and Brent Leavim. Mc-Dougall's effort gave the Broncos a 2-0 lead going into with only remaining. On second down. Jim Maxwell fired a Hi-yard pass to Gary an Arkansas defender at the GIVE MEMBERSHIPS YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENJOY THE MANY BENEFITS OF AN A.M.A. MEMBERSHIP, 365 DAYS A YEAR. Remember Pays lo Belong Thcilcr at the 17. Watson swept j second period, where Back tlie right side, outmanoeuvring i opened the scoring with a hard slapshot from 15 foot out. Loavins scored his goal on a power play midway through the period, at which point Winnipeg i ndminder Clay I-Iebcnton was 3 pulled in favor of Frank Turn- A bull. Swift Current took seven of 13 minor penalties and each team collected two majors and a mis- j' conduct. rti At the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, Kennedy got his hat-trick in a span of two min- utes and '15 seconds. The other A New Westminster goals were scored hy Emil Demoissac, Les Q Jackson and Lome Hcnning. I; i fiord Stewart led Vancouver with two goals and Wayne Paul- ri: .son scored once. Stewart's first goal opened the rjj scoring, followed hy Kennedy's t hrco Is and a onc-goa I comeback from Paulhon. Next ti. lo M-'ore WES Dcmoi.ssac for the Bruins in l.he second period. rit: Stewart's second 1'ifh nf thr pulled fi Vanrmjvrr uiUiin nun point of a Js lir. lujt it nil Now West.' J3: minister after ihat. In league action lonight, C nipeg is at Saskatoon in the ij easier n division and Medicine Hat is at Calgary in tlie western M division. more than million from 1070 figures. "This is a cause for concern. However, your directors believe the principal factor contributing to these disappointing financial results was the further inroads of off-track betting on patronage at our race tracks." Goalie faees 101 attempts BLENHEIM, Ont. (CP) What do you tell a goalie who has just faced 101 shots in a single hockey game? "Well, you just stopped R6 manager Gord Kent told Tom Anderson of Blen- heim Golden Blades after one such game. "If you'd just stopped 15 more, you'd have a But the flurry of .shots and a 15-1 loss to Mooretown Flags in a Great Lakes Junior Hockey League game Sunday night didn't gel Anderson down, coach Dave Baldwin said Monday night. For one thing, the 17-year- old Chatham native is to it hy now. The Blades have just one win and one tie in 20 games so far tills year, and have already given up 199 goals. Anderson and sub-goalie Al Fisher have given up H4 goals in R 1 P. n Ii e i m 's last seven ga mos; Anderson has faced shots in the last Rut. having a lo.ser hasn't affeeled crowds in this coin- in unity of about 10 miles southeast of Chatham. Attendance is about the same as last 125 a game. scores CAPRI BOWL YOUNG ADULTS Darwin Romanchuk 283 Kim Kovacs 2i9 Ron Senda 263; John Witdman 26-1; Gordon Lander- you 262; Bob Omolani 29-1 (7591; Gail Hedberg M3; Linda Malcomson B rend a Pedersen 228 Bev Mezei 26-i. MAJOR MIXED Sandra Westling 365 Dave Sniped 309 Lew Mills 306 Ber! Mezei 316 Orcst Yurchok Gary lunbridge 303 Ed Rcseiri 309 Eidcn Westting 343 Ken Kimi 259 Jim Kato 795; Jean Chrislte 2fi9 n 263 John Tinordi YBC BANTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION Doug Vogt 183; John Craig 179; Gor- dcn Bessefing 287 Harvio Poczs 211- Kim Tinordi 2.17; Csry Gcshinmon 210; Lccky Craig Bill Orr 17J. "B" Division Donald Tinordi 163; Doug Hender- son 168; Bill Taylor 160; Mitchell Drown 150; Cdwin Burwaih 131; Philip Nowik 1JO. YBC BANTAM GIRLS Debbie Anderson 229; Lori Chakl 173; Pat Hamilton 177; Kathy Jce- vennzzo 177; Sandra Hamilton IBS; Debtie Bergman 177; Bev Salmon 167; Jeanne "McEwan 160. JRS.-SR5. YBC Kim Kovacs 217; Ncal Nishlkawa Dsrrell Lagler James Vogel 226; Michael Sfiarun 732; Mark Trebblc 700; Kim Asquin 215; Murray Witling 233 Linda Malcomson 205; Leslie Killins 206; Nadfne Kovacs 261 Cherye Obermier 234 CPR Tom Hackman 235; Arie Slolyn 276 RG5S Johnson 27B; Robert Bo- bak 237; Vi Anderson 258; Bob An- dprson 535; Don Sinclair 267; Irma Obrrq 2-W; Alma Oberg 2-13; Charleen Schweitzer 2-O. YOUNG ADULT TOURNAMENT Jan Anderben 3C3; Ken Kurt; Barry Seaman J58; John Blat- la 31J Ken King 791 Dave Philips 309 Tom 303 Brian Kruse 316 Brenda Pedersen 268; Sharlettc Plato 299 Lorraine Persiey 273 Linda Malcomson 269; Terry Dotto 311 The City Broomball League staged four games that ranged from clean hard fought affairs to free-for-alls last Sunday. In the first encounter, John Vaselenak flipped in a goal in the final minutes of play to give Canada Packers a slim 2-1 victory over Knight Clubbers. Gunner Crawford notched the other Packers goal while Jake Gleason replied for the Club- bers. The biggest upset of the sea- son was registered over the weekend when Fiorini Rovers used Ray Harris' goal to blank the defending champion Elrich Kimura 1-0. George Stimatz slammed in a hat-trick "and gave Lcih'nridgc Hotel a 4-0 victory over Honda. Ray Paterson aided with a singleton. Coaldale registered Hie most goals scored in a single game this season blasting the Letli- bridge Gaol 14-0. Jim Fraser, Zig Majchr- zak, Harold Schmiegelt and Waller Duda rammed in three goals apiece. K. Masonry picked up a 1-0 verdict over the Traders but no points were allowed due to I free-for-all which cut the game 20 minutes short. ADDIE DIES NEW YORK (API Johnny Addic, who announced cham- p i o n s h i p fijhls at Madison Square Garden for 25 years, died Monday a five-week illness. Addie started his Garden ca- reer with -Joe Louis' comeback after the Second World War and announced every major ti- tle fight thereafter, including the Muhammad Ali Joe Fra- zier classic last March. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOR ALBERTA JUNIOR Edm. Lents Leihbridge Montreal" Toronto Detroit Vancouver T F A Pis 0 143 0 119 1 no 01 28 97 23 99 10 .91-1 2 96 17-1 16 i, U 0 71 135 12 W L T P APt uffa WEST DIVISION 7 23 1 65 Chicago Minnesota .1 California .1 Phila. 1 Pittsburgh St. Louis Los Angeles HOCKEY SCORES American Boston 6 Cleveland 3 Eastern Roanoke Valley 7 St. Western canda Swift Current 4 Winnipeg 0 New Westminster 6 Vancouver Manitoba Junior SI. Jamp5 3 Kenora 2 British Columbia Junior Pentlcton 7 Richmond 6 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A Pet x-Dalles 11 3 0 406 222 .7B4 !7i -691 Phila" 7 1 921 302 .467 S) Louis 4 1 231 279 .308 N.V. Giar.ts A 10 0 228 362 .266 Central Division x-Minn 1130 245 lj? .78S Detroit..... 7 4 1 34! 386 .53B Chicago A R 0 IBS 276 .429 Green Bay -1 8 2 274 298 .333 WESTERN DIVISION x-San Fran. 9 5 0 200 216 .643 Los Anql .8 5 1 313 260 .615 Atlanta .7 6 1 274 277 .538 New Orleans ..4 8 2 266 347 .333 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T P 1 315 w-Balt......' New Enq.....6 H w N Y Jets 6 B 0 712 Buffalo 1 13 0 104 Central Division x-CICV...... 9 5 0 285 Pittsburgh 680 246 Houston 4 9 1 751 Cincinnati 10 0 284 Western Division x-Kan. City 10 3 1 302 Oakland 8 4 2 .134 Sfln Dieqo d E 0 31' Denver J 9 1 203 x-clinchcd division tit's w-wild card playoff team A Pet 74 .769 0 313 140 .714 299 .479 394 .071 208 .76" 278 .667 341 275 .308 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! to the A.M.A." For complete details call Iho A.M.A. at 328-1771 lothbriclyo Brcmcll located at the corner of 3rd Avrr. and 9tll Street South I SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Leth. Midget Elks vs Tober Palace Pats WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION O Atlulti Childrr, Sluclrnls 50C Choose From Our BEAUTIFUL SELECTION of CHRISTMAS POINSE1TIAS CHRISTMAS POTTED MUMS (In All Colors) CHRISTMAS CHERRIES CHRISTMAS BOSTON TERNS DAN'S GREENHOUSES Retail and Wholcsalo Open 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m. fl Days A Wfi-k Frco In Tho City Phono 327-3271 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE 409 lit Av. 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