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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBBIDOE t-mruary Inquire now about tpsclal ALASKA CRUISES via Lines SPIRIT OF LONDON 8 Day Cruise priced trom June 3 thru September 23. For further Information and bookings contact. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL________________PHONE 326-3201 Bowling banter At Capri Bowl, Shirley Petrak captured the women's bowler-of-the week honors with a pair of fine performances her best of the year, in fact... sporting a 184 average she rolled 318 in Juniors Shop and a 346 and 788 in NuMode Homes Ken Malcomson got the nod among the men he's been rattling the pins at quite a rate for the past two months and turned in another solid effort in Gordies with and 317 for an 870 triple In Senior Citizens' play, three teams competed in the provincial tournament in Calgary against 17 squads and finished fourth, eight and 10th High were Len Milner with 258 and 612, Rose Nunweiler 254 and 635, Henry Bechthold 239 and 643 and Nick Bianchi 282 and 693 Another 40 bowlers toppled Medicine Hat by over pins in a challenge match with Capri paced by Gunnar Holte, the ex-curling star, with 236 and 643, Annie Baraniuk 233, Alf Cameron 225 and Jean 'Thompson 213. In YBC play for the week the Jets were led by Patti Stanton with 205, Danny Svboda 239, Bruce Gray 238 and Kevin Chaki 226 Leaders in the bantam division were Mark Gretzinger 308 and Lori Chaki 269 while high among the jun- iors were Brian Rossetti 328 and 741, Harvie Poca 335 and 744, Pat Hamilton 278 and Leslie Killins 256 Pacing senior play were Darwin Romanchuk 279 and 712, Nadine Kovacs 264 and Gary Lohuis 275... In men's league action Andy Valer topped Knights of Columbus with a 753 triple while the big guns in Gordies were Alf Pedrini 307, Bruno Baceda 308, Dave Smeed 306, Ken Malcomson 317 and 870, Bob Thompson a 788 triple and John Erickson 791 Tops in Green's Shoes were Lew Mills 317 and 847, Bill Hamilton 343 and 763, Hugh Christie 751 and John Rernpel 793... Nobby Tajiri's 291 and a 755 triple by Gus Moriyama led JCCA. In women's play, Norah Hofforth paced Senior Citizens with a 294 while in Higa's Dot Anderson had 330 and 709, Gail Gibb 304 and Marlene Bosch 293 Debbie Fletcher's 286 led Prebuilt with Gwen Williams' 294 tops in Knights of Columbus A 715 triple by Ruth Laurie was the week's best in Tuesday Coffee with Shirley Petrak's 315 and 725 and a 299 by Tami Wakelen leading Wilson's Jun- ior Shop Jeanette Smeed led Speedys with a 781, Judy Chapman had a 293, Jean Passey 299 and Isabelle Bergman 286 and 765 in Martinizing, Evelyn Groves 293 in Eagles, Marg Dyck a 752 in Doug's and Masa Goshinmon a 771 in JCCA The week's stars in Green's were Eleanor Dorigatti 760, Linda Malcomson 293 and 781, Joan Moore 293, Jean Christie 768 and Jean Passey 321 and 745 In Nu Mode Homes Shirley Petrak had 346 and 788, and Dorothy Olsaski 749 while in Sundquist Construction Grace Vandyk posted 319 and a fine 814 with Marie Leishman's 297 tops in Henry Homes. At Holiday Bowl, a pair of members of the Senior Citizens' League earned bowler of the week laurels Kathleen Bernhart was the pace-setter among the women with a sizzling 365 single and a 782 triple which shot her 254 pins over her 176 average Nick Bianchi made it a clean sweep by carting off the men's crown with a red-hot performance.. he hit for and 314 for an 869 triple, which was 269 big pins over his 200 average. In Automatic Electric Larry Barton took over the high men's single for the year with a 371 while in Commercial Men's Bruce McKillop registered a 331, Roy Cunningham 326, John Rempel 297, Jack Tremblay 297 and Jack Smeed an 819 triple. In Dairy Queen Jo Hodge led with a 271 and Florence Risler was 145 pins over her 133 average for her best effort of the year In Alcon Elias Sawilla continued his solid work with 318 and 759 while Dave Mills struck for a 735 triple. 168 pins over his 189 average Carol Kempenaar's 274 led both the men and women in Bendix while in Holiday Village Erma McGuire led with a 309, Dena Smith had 302 and Pat Plomp a 285 Bud Grouette's 271 was high in Vasa Lodge while in Pepsi Karl Campa was on the beam with 289 and an 822 triple which gave him the year's high three he was 225 pins over his 199 average in CJOC Jim McPike paced the men with a 285 but Edith Voth grabbed the limelight with a 328 and 882. her finest outing of the season. The big news in Senior Citizens was created by Nick Bianchi and Kathleen Bernhart with Norah Hofforth also coming through in fine style with 290 and a 700 Elaine Brown clicked for 328 and 738. John Scbaalje 310 and Ed Prince 296 and 723 in CHEC with Jean Matchett's 288 and 738 and a 718 triple by Alma Williams highlighting play in CPR In Classic Triples Ken King was on the rampage with a 388 single and a four-game pinfall of he also hit for 935 for three games Bob Costanzo was good for 345, Steve Pedersen 336, Jack Smeed 318, Jean Passey 302 and Karlyn Spitzer 288 In Civil Service Byron Hirsche led the men with 322 and Lew Mills had 285 and 774 Alice Kolibas registered 281 and 737 and Mel Amatto had a 719 with games of 263, 211 and 243.140 pins over her 193 average. Sugar Kings host Clowns The Picture Butte Sugar Kings will have their hands full when they host the Harlem Clowns for an exhibition basketball game Wednesday night. The Clowns, who combine razzle-dazzle ball handling, precision pass patterns, trick shooting and comedy to provide an entertaining evening for spectators, are appearing in Picture Butte to help raise funds for the high school's athletic program. Action will get underway at 8pm, at the Picture Butte High School gym. OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE MACHINES OFFICE FURNITURE dfi inoo Minor hockey The Flyers exploded for three goals with less than four minutes remaining in the game to edge the Canucks 4-3 in a Pee Wee encounter staged over the weekend. Faron Ellis led the winners with a pair of third period markers while Phil Hewko and Mark Dumont chipped in with singles. Jon McFadden. David Dragland and Ron Houghton replied for the Canucks. The Cougars came up with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over the Bruins in a Bantam B match. Mike Pietramala, Boyd Cave and Blaine Graf tallied for the Cougars while Barry Cowie notched a pair of goals in a losing cause. Ron Sackman fired in two goals and led the Rangers to a 3-0 win over the Bruins in another Bantam B match over the weekend. Kevin Wesko chipped in with a single marker to help netminder Stewart Aiken register the shutout in nets. Sean Keenan also chalked up a shutout as he paced the Marlands to a 4-0 decision over the Canadians in a Bantam A game Monday night. Ken Romaniuk. Allan Duval, Gord Tait and Wade O'Sullivan notched a goal each in the win. Herald Sports l.ETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD Lowsr Uvsl 7lh Strort Shopptat Mall Alosrts HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Horton was loved by many TORONTO (CP) Hundreds of hockey fans broke down and cried Monday at the funeral of defenceman Tim Horton of Buffalo Sabres, who was killed in a car crash Thursday near St. Catharines, Ont. People began filing into the church more than 90 minutes before the start of the service for the former National Hockey League all-star. The 400 seats in the church were filled as were two side aisles and the choir loft. An- other 200 chairs were set up in the basement to accommodate the overflow crowd. It was a short, simple serv- ice, with a eulogy delivered by Rev. Gordon Riggs, a friend of the family. The United Church minister announced there will be a Tim Horton memorial hockey camp for underprivileged children set up on 150 acres of land owned by Horton and his wife near Orangeville, Ont., about 30 miles northwest of here. He said the camp would start this summer. No further details were announced. Professional hockey was well represented. Among those present were: NHL President Clarence Campbell and his executive assistant, Brian O'Neill; Ian (Scotty) Morrison, NHL ref- eree-in-chief; Gus Bodnar, a former team-mate of Horton when he played with Toronto Maple Leafs and who now manages Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series; Red Berenson, captain of Detroit Red Wings; Ted O'Connor, head scout for Minnesota North Stars; Bob Goldham, former defenceman with Toronto, Detroit and Chicago Black Hawks. Friends honor Tim Horton Former Toronto Maple Leafs (left to Billy Harris, Allan Stanley, Bobby Baun and Detroit Red Wings' Brian Watson (far right) along with Buffalo Sabres' general manager Punch Imlach (far left) were among those who honored Buffalo's Tim Horton Monday afternoon at his burial m Toronto. More than people, former teammates and fans, attended the funeral service for one of hockey's most popular players. Horton was killed last Thursday in a single-car accident. Bruehet night growing, Saturday event all set Bottlers advance Organizers of the "Ed Bruehet Appreciation Night" almost pulled off a major coup. However, time and previous commitments prevents it. Until early this morning there was a possibility that Jim Coleman, dean of Canadian sports writers, would be a head table guest at Saturday's affair. Coleman, by telephone from Toronto Monday night informed the committee he had to be in Chicago Sunday morning. He will, however, devote a column this week to Bruehet. While the locals missed out on Coleman a number of other former players and friends of Bruehet have confirmed their appearances at the Saturday dinner and dance. Dr. J. Summers, president of the Albuquerque Six Guns and Marvin Seibel, general manager of the team, will be on hand. Bruehet is the manager of the Albuquerque Convention Centre where the Six Guns play their home games. Also planning to be at the dinner are four players from the Native Sons of the late 40's. Bill Ramsden, Tom Wood, Larry Ruptash and Slim Lavalle. Wood was with the club for the 1945-46 season, then took over as coach for the 1948-49 campaign. He was with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs when they won the 1951 world championship. Ramsden set a brilliant scoring record the season of 1947-48. his second with the club Ramsden, on a line with Eddie Dorohoy and Freddie Brown scored 104 goals. Lavalle was the captain as well as the anchor man on defence for the club while Ruptash played right wing. Also planning to attend will be four members of the Native Sons when the club was started again in the late 50's. Ray Crellan, Harrison Gray and Bruce Annabelle will join Dick Cusson at the diner. At present, and now with Jim Coleman unable to attend, it would seem the head table is set with Henry Viney the master of ceremonies. Joining him will be Vic Stasiuk, Scotty Munro, Joe Fisher, Frank Boucher and Monsignor Athol Murray and of course, the reason for it all Ed Bruehet. Tickets, at apiece, are still available. Purity Bottling advanced in the City Recreation Hockey League playoff finals by whipping the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks 7-1 Monday night. The Bottlers, who captured the best of three semi-final series two games to one, will now take on the pennant winning Miners' Library in the championship series starting Wednesday night. Meanwhile the Bottlers were impressive in their easy win over the Kodiaks as they held period leads of 1-0 and 3-0 before firing four big goals in the final frame. Ken Button led the Bottlers' attack with a pair of goals while singles came off the sticks of Wayne Lazaruk, Dennis Oberg, Greg Hamilton, Tom Yip and Wendin Wandler. Kurt Derkson replied for the Kodiaks. Andrews will sue for BOSTON (AP) The Boston Herald-American says that veteran infielder Mike Andrews plans to sue Oakland owner Charlie Finley for million and the Athletics team physician, Dr. Charles Hudson, for half that amount for allegedly damaging Andrews' ability to earn a livelihood. The story was reported by baseball writer Bill Listen from the Boston Red Sox' training camp on a "learned exclusively basis" in Monday's editions. Andrews, who lives in West Peabody, Mass.. could not be reached for comment. Andrews 30, who helped the Red Sox to the American League pennant as a rookie in 1967, committed two errors as a substitute second baseman for the Athletics in an extra- inning loss to New York Mets in the second game of the World Series last fall. Finley and the Athletics attempted to put Andrews on the disabled list because of an alleged shoulder injury after the game, but were denied by baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn for conduct detrimental to baseball. The Herald American said that Andrews has "tried vainly during the off-season to get a job with a major league club. "As a the story says, "it's been learned that Andrews has retained a Boston law firm which will handle his damage suits against the controversial Finley and also against Dr. Hudson." Andrews allegedly was examined at the insistence of Finley by Hudson after the second game errors in the World Series. Finley then tried to have Andrews placed on the disabled list, the second baseman returned home and then was ordered re-instated by Kuhn. Andrews says he has been examined by two Boston orthopedic specialists and has been given a clean bill of health. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES T F 3 285 0 264 2 253 1 211 3 212 3 209 ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Red Deer 36 15 Calgary-----31 22 Edmonton 26 26 The Pass 27 24 Drumheller 18 33 Lethbridge 16 35 WORLD EMl Division W L T F N England 33 26 Toronto 32 28 Quebec 31 28 Cleveland 28 27 Chicago 26 29 N J 26 34 Vest Division Houston 37 18 5 245 Minnesota 33 26 Winnipeg. 29 28 Edmonton 30 30 Vancouver 23 36 LA 21 39 NATIONAL 2 219 4 248 3 232 5 192 3 188 2 193 1 241 5 205 0 207 0 223 0 176 WESTERN CANADA W L T F Regina.....31 13 10 288 FlmFlon 29 16 11 268 S Current 30 17 7 268 Saskatoon 26 22 6 230 Brandon.... 24 31 2 263 Winnipeg 17 30 7 208 WsMsm Division CalQary 31 15 7 258 Westminster 28 16 10 219 Edmonton 20 25 6 201 Med Hat. 19 26 8 228 Victoria 17 32 5 205 Kanrioops 11 39 5 204 A 204 75 226 62 237 54 188 55 274 39 305 35 A 203 68 222 68 218 65 197 61 202 55 235 54 159 79 208 67 219 63 216 60 250 46 240 42 A 172 72 217 69 233 67 204 58 286 50 279 41 182 69 198 66 228 46 258 46 278 39 305 27 Boston Montreal Rangers Toronto Buffalo Detroit Islanders Vancouver Phila. Chicago St. Louis Atlanta LA Minnesota Pittsburgh California. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T Leeds........ 19 10 Liverpool..... 16 8 Derby 12 10 Ipswich... 13 7 Evenon.....12 9 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Celtic 17 2 East Division W L T F A Pts 41 10 7 262 158 89 35 16 8 216 164 78 31 16 12 223 179 74 27 20 12 213 172 66 26 26 7 189 196 59 21 30 8 194 241 50 15 28 14 138 186 44 17 33 9 166 227 43 Wsst Division 35 14 9 198 124 79 31 12 15 197 115 77 23 28 9 167 164 55 22 27 11 154 182 55 21 29 10 166 192 52 18 27 14 181 209 50 18 34 6 166 212 42 11 42 7 154 263 29 Hibernian.. Rangers Ayr Aberdeen Airdrfians Hamilton Kilmamock Berwick Queen of S 13 5 13 4 11 6 8 10 II 20 17 16 13 14 L F A Pis 1 53 19 48 5 37 23 40 4 39 30 34 9 48 43 33 9 34 31 33 3 61 19 36 4 46 27 31 5 39 20 30 7 32 26 28 3 28 18 26 2 77 16 43 4 45 27 38 3 59 31 37 5 41 23 35 5 55 34 33 'The players are ready for some changes9 Simpson believes strike possible ROTONDA, Fla. (AP) It may look silly for a year football player to be carrying around a picket sign but it's quite probable this year, says O. J. Simpson, and the public will be all for it. think there's a good chance of a strike in the Na- tional Football the ball-carrying star of the Buffalo Bills said Monday. "The players are ready for some changes." Simpson, a contender in the Superstar finals here, said the greatest objections are to the so-called Rozelle rule requiring compensation for the victimized club when an athlete plays out his option and signs with another team. "The players should be given greater he added "I think we may be nearing a point that a player may be completely freed at the end of his contract, with no option clauses." Former Heisman Trophy winner from Southern California who set a season rushing record last year with yards, said he is not a member of the NFL Players Association but is in full agreement with the group's aims. "The reason I haven't joined is a personal matter which I wouldn't like to he said. Simpson said he intended to finish out his career with Buf- falo and bad no intention of playing in the rival new World Football League. "That doesn't mean the other guys he said. "In fact, if I beard of a gay who had been offered or more to jump, I'd say, 'Go to it.'" Success of the WFL could negate the necessity of a binding arbitration deal in contract disputes, such as major league baseball has, Simpson suggested. The rushing star spiked the theory that the public might resent a players' strike. "I don't think so at he insisted. "Our life styles have changed and people have a more realistic concept of what and who we are. If athletes can be asked not to cross a picket line when a worker or some union strikes, why shouldn't the athletes be allowed to enjoy the same He also denied that the public is getting disenchanted with escalating sports salaries. "All the fan cares about is seeing a good he said. "He doesn't give a dam what kind of salaries we are mak- ing." The tire experts with the low prices. ELRICH TIRES LTD. e'e re z es evce 402 1st S Phoni 327-6886 or 327-U45 ;