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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 LETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, February 9, 1974 I'VE COME SACK T VER, PET -AN1 THIS TIME IT'S POR KEEPS: I i IYOUR WEIGHT I ONLY WEIGH ON 'IS ARE RUINEO FOR ME, ANYWAY Roundup of bowling CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Kay Vaselenak 253. Kay Holte 200. Jaffary 171, Phyllis Patching 170. Btirga Fettig 202. Toni Fraser 208. Stan Fraser 195, Henry Bpchtholcf 216. Annie Baraniuk 181. Rap Bncker 1S4. Nellie McClain 190. Jean Thomson 188 SENIOR CITIZENS Maggie Oliver 262 Velma Miller ?45 Ruby Oseen 259. Maria Tuk 243. Norati Hofforth 242. Betty Murtland ?30. Nick Bianchi 260. Henry [iofhlhold 269. Walter Baker 241. I Bernharl 252. Alt Bell 260. Henry Brown 237 HIGA'S Anelte Neville 248. Jenny Feher 267. Linda Aspeslel 258 Mnurren Ferguson 284 Dot Anderson 301 Edith Voth 301 Juanita l.irigard 326 Gtins Ell 244 Dianne Malchow Edith CraK) 2-11 PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Naida Low 219. Joe Schmalz 217. Judy Harnack 220 Darlene Mwhozer 231 John Kopp 254. Emanuel Scliile ?46 John Kovacs 274 Bob Thomson 324 Jim Kaupp 225. Doug Jac- ohson 261 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Barry Rosenfelt 256 Pete Bprthianme 273 Andy Valer Try Mora You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMTTH-JONES KARMG AH) SERVICE MPLEV OfTICAL S183rdAve. S. Phong 328-5447 283. Bill Hamilton 328 Larry Goodhope 262 Morgan Sparks 257 Mary Wishnevski 253 Berniece Pavan 237. Shirley Warner 271 Kaye Balhgate 226 (614) LCC WPS Olson 229. Beryl Rernpel 247. Fianrps Terlesky 216. Murray Saiulprs Helen Weets 233: Andy Kmipwski 241; Judi Spence 228. CuirdiM! Eogelhart 259 HOLIDAY BOWL ALCON Mel Perry 247. Elias Sawilla 231. Ruth Aldoff 255. Albert Bleile 226. Chris Steadier 221. Brent Chambers 232, Rogan Sinclair 241. Dave Miller 271, Margaret Fix 227. COMMERCIAL MENS Ken Kurtz 334 Bill Hleucks 325 Steve Mezei 332 Jack Tremblay 331, Roy Cunningham 301 Ken King 295 Bernie Bailey 317 Bob McKeen 319. John Wecels 328, Ken Larson 325 John Rempel 294. Steve Dimnik 300 Lyle Wilson 350 DAIRY QUEEN LADIES Gailya Pedersen 211. Marge McLaughlin 266 Erma McGuire 211. Ruth Cronkhite 213, Dinnice Turcotte 266. Grace Hill 218. Audrey Scott 268. Bernice Hay 331 Helen Rosetti 281. Mary Potvin 210. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Connie Severtsen 204, Debbie Bareham 207. Helen Higa 232. Donna Bagozzi 201. Betty Shaw 200. Karlyn Spitzer 300 Leona Donate 222. Hazel Rollack 217. Janet Hogg 236. Dick Wells SIMPSONS SEARS Jack Unter'scher 312. Joy Lukasiewick 245. Joan Graham 224. Isobel Katona 240. Elaine Davis 237. George Woolley 229. Herb Ellerman 237. Mel Stasiuk-274. BENDW Clint Simmons 277. Robert Kempettaar 233. Ed Stanko 266. Mel Marshall 241 ...Galen Harris 235. Ralph Heitman 228. Garth Barr 235. Clarence Sauter 225. Dave Nelson 231. Jack Brown 241. Bankruptcy Auction MILLER CONSTRUCTION and MILLER MOBILE MIX Pincher Creek, Alberta-Across Prom Parkway Motel Friday. Feb. A.M. 1971 QMC Ton -1987 Ford Tand. Mixer 1969 QMC Tor 1966 Fargo 800 Mixer 1956 and 1950 White Tandema TD9 I.H.C. Crawler Loader Roea 6 yd. Port. Batch Plant Cement Silo Batch Hopper and 1968 Scamper Trailer Houaea and Lota 1.03 Pincher Creek S Part Built Houaea (In Two Parta for Eaay Moving) Houee on Lot Blafrmore (will aell 3 p.m. Feb. 15. In Blalrmore) Miec. Equipment for "do H youreelT Bulldora or of Sale are deposit on lota and at thne of sale. A Balance by Feb. 18 10% .uniittuh'lirnchuracnntacl: Double M Auction Box119MMneporo Lie. 010-141 Alberta Ph. 271-2141 HOLIDAY VILLAGE Dena Smith 230; Maria Johuty 259 Mel Finnerty 235: Erma McGuire 234; Marg Besseling 246; Alice Gier 262: Vi Anderson 271; Mitz Wooldridge 233; Irene Lynde 241 Laural Blasetti 236: Alice Kolibas 230. VASA LODGE Nick Bianchi 256; Lil Hegland 247; Dorothy Svennes 256; Doug Hegland 241; Nona Kirby 243; Ann Aim 220; Arvid Oseen 228; Asta Hage 209: Ed Zalesak 211. PEPSI Herman Elfring 200; Karl Campa 255: Danny Christie 248; Jean Christie 200: Rob Brown 229; Jim Malcomson 229: Bob Malcomson 234; Karen Carleton 205: Dick Koopmans 221. WILSON JUNIOR HIGH Karl Martin 180; Tim Hurrell 178. Rob Emerson 211: Louise Hendry 189: Tom Shika 191; Brenda Kitaguchi 188; Shelley Wolyson 187: Bill Todd 196; Cheryl Hendry 185: Sharon Bodnaruk 219. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Keith Adamso 255; Lorraine Dorchak 234; Stu Alexander 220: Alice Clark 238; Don McDowell 312: George Siegl 227; Ken Kearns 214: Rudy Susko 200: Don Wentz 202. Games' changes There has been a change in the senior positions of the 1975 Jeux Canada Games Management Committee. Due to the increased responsibilities the Lethbridge Community College will have in conjunction with the 1975 Jeux Canada Games, the chairman of the Management Committee, Dean Cooper, will now become the College Liaison Officer. The announcement was made jointly today by R. F. Babki, Chairman of the Lethbridge Community College Board and C. G. Virtue, President of the 1975 Jeux Canada Games. Cooper, Director of Finance of the Lethbridge Community College, has been designated by the College Board to co ordinate the involvement of the College with the Winter Games Committee. It is expected that the College will become the Athlete's Village responsible for the lodging, feeding and security of the visiting athletes. In addition to the liaison officer position. Cooper will retain his position of Chairman of the Finance Committee and sit as a member on the Board of Directors of the 1975 Jeux Canada Games. Bob Bartlett, previously the Facilities Chairman will assume the position of Chairman of the Management Committee. Peter Enns now becomes the Facilities Chairman. in me iwarKei ror A nome you tATS 3rd AVOTNM South CITY KAinXKUMWELTD. PHONE 32S-3251 Sabres break out of recent slump By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian Press Staff Writer Gil Perreault looks healthy enough to California Golden Seals. The right winger on Buffalo's high-scoring French Connection line had a hand in four goals Friday night as the Sabres romped to a 7-2 National Hockey League win over the Seals. Perreault, who broke a leg Oct. 28 and didn't return to the lineup until early scored twice and helped set up CHICAGO 3, ATLANTA 0 First period No scoring. Penalties Magnuson Qulnn Second period 1. Chicago, Koroll 16 (Marks. Mikita) Penalties Richard, Pappin Third period 2. Chicago, Mikita 16 (Koroll) 3. Chicago, Hull 20 (Pappin, Martin) Penalties None. on goal by Chicago 11 6 9-28 Atlanta 6 11 13-30 Attendance BUFFALO 7. CALIFORNIA 2 First Period 1. Buffalo. Robert 16 (Carriere) 2. Buffalo. Perreault 11 (Robitaille) Penalties Weir Busniuk Second Period 3. California, Huston 2 (J. Johnston. Leach) 4. Buffalo. Martin 37 (Perreault. Robert) 5. Buffalo, Lemieux 1 (Busniuk. Rombough) Penalties Norton Third Period 6. Buffalo. Perreault 12 (Martin) 7. Buffalo. Korab 8 (Perreault. Carriere) 8. Buffalo. Ramsay 14 (Duley. Wyrozub) 9. California. Croteau 11 (Leach. J. Johnston) Penalties McAnelley Lorentz Korab on goal by Buffalo 8 4 California 7 14 goals by linemates Rene Robert and Rick Martin. He has played in only 30 of Buffalo's 53 games, but has 12 goals and 25 assists. Martin's goal was his 37th, while Robert scored his 16th, giving the French fine 65 goals for. the year. Last year the trio produced 105 goals. The win ended a six-game streak for the Sabres, who moved within seven points of fourth-place Toronto Maple Leafs in the East Division. In Friday's other game, Chi- cago Black Hawks moved within four points of West Division-leading Flyers by blanking Atlanta Flames 3-0. Tony Esposito blocked 30 shots to pick up his seventh shutout of the season. Cliff Koroll, Stan Mikita and Dennis Hull scored for Chicago. The loss dimmed the playoff hopes of the Flames, leaving their lead over fifth-place Los SAND GRAVEL lASPHALT 'TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE Angeles Kings at two points. Atlanta has played three more games than Los Angeles. Tonight, New York Rangers are at Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars at To- ronto, Pittsburgh Penguins at New York Islanders, the Flyers at Boston Bruins, Detroit Red Wings at Vancouver Canucks and the Kings at St. Louis Blues. Sunday's schedule has Mon- treal at Philadelphia, St. Louis at New York Rangers, Minnesota at Boston, Buffalo at Vancouver, Pittsburgh at Chicago and Los Angeles at Atlanta. Bobby Schmautz makes his debut with the Bruins tonight after being acquired from Vancouver last week in a trade for Chris Oddleifson and Fred O'Donnell. Boston coach Bep Guidolin said the newcomer will play right wing on a line with Gregg Sheppard and John Bucyk. 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