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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednetday, February THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Arbitration cases draw to close NEW YORK ball's arbitration cases came to a dose Tuesday, but their after-taste lingers on. There were 15 arbitration cases this year. The record will show that the owners won nine of them. Oakland's Charles 0. Finley, who has sat in the ar- bitration hot seat more times than any other owner, recognizes the irony of knock- ing a player in arbitration, then expecting him to put out 100 per cent during the season. "One of the minuses about arbitration, is that I have to sit there and tell a player, in front of a lot of other people, why he shouldn't get a he said. Games get big boost Jim Bole, president of the Lethbridge Kinsmen Club, presents Charles Virtue, president of the Jeux Canada Games, with a cheque for The money 'constitutes' the proceeds from the Old-Timers Hockey Game that the Kinsmen Club sponsored as an aid to the Games' treasury. Minor hockey roundup The Blackhawks ran the score to 10-3 over the Marlands in Bantam A play. Stan Sawicki scored the hat trick for the winners while David Macaria and Brent, Belsher scored twice. Single efforts went to Roy Hood, Danny Larourde and Leonard Stotyn. Wayne Parenteau, Frank Zapone and Tom Richards replied for the Marlands. In Midget action the Stampeders blanked the tEskimos .4-0 on goals by Barkley Potts, Walter Mon- tina. Mike Craig and Bruce Twa. The Kings skated to a 7-1 win over the Bruins in Ban- tam B action. Ralph Quint and Brian Kowalko both scored two goals apiece for the winners with single goals going to John Higa, Jim Gilbert and Dereck Scott. Blair Spence and Rod Tomita went on a scoring spree as they paced the Pee Wee Voyageurs to a 13 0 win over Cardston Rotary in ex- hibition action. Spence picked up seven points with three goals and four helpers while Tomita Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Brenda Duce 263 Joyce- Brand 282 Mary Moss 264: Lorraine Kirchener 272 LaVsrne Schow 256; Marlene Praskach 261 Judy Lawson 288 Doreen Asplund 298; Doreen Gerlas 250: Mel Amatto 251; Edith DeHaas 266. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Fran Harris 254; Heather Barnes 244; Anne Serbu 232 Dot Sorenson 234; Peggy Guzzi 249; Marie Smith 228; Marg Koole 299 Doris 226: Karen Taylor 212: Jacqui Klaus 227. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Duane Spllzer 278 Dennis Sparks 251; Murray Orr 250; Bill Bonhage 269: Hardy Umeris 238; Gerry Mann 252; Ar'ene Bartosek 225; ina Harris 215; Jackie Merrick 226; Janctte Dragland 228. THURSDAY MIXED Burga Fettig 227: Tim Stuckert 276; Mel Sieberl 226; Keith Seibert 227; George Matchett 265: Dave Iwaskiw 268: Greg Hamilton 288; Norm Gyulai 300 Louis Lirette 251; Don Crabb 279 HOLIDAY BOWL ALPINE DRYWALLING Barb Jarvie 355 (87D, Judy Horlacher 304 Mary Blair 250 Mary Rath 257. Olga LaRocque 286 Sandra Hunt 254. Linda Radios 241. Marg Malcomson 244. Marian Titisley 244. Opal Taylor 248. CIVIL SERVICE Bryon Hirsche 265 Alice Kolibas 286 Bernice Stewart 264. Edith voth 303 Bill Farrell 265, Sharon Poche 276, Bart Langon- burg 272 Ernie Frache 288. Cal Coolidge 293. Do! Coolidge 267. YOUNG ADULTS Neal Nishikawa 240, Jim Malcomson 237, Barb Toth 233. Gilbert Closson 384 Rogan Sinclair 288. Rudy Traichel 229, David Urban 274. Gloria Bell 252. Warren McEwen 240. David Romaniuk 232. Falcons win 6-5 DRUMHELLER (CP) Ron Rose scored three goals to pace Drumhelier Falcons to a 6-5 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over Calgary Canucks Tuesday night. Jim Mill, Grant Pushie and Merlin Malinowski had the other goals for the Falcons, Who led 4-3 going into the final frame after a 2-2 first period tie. Mile Mclvor, with two, Wayne Sherger, Dave Scott and Mike Bachynski replied for Calgary. BANTAM GIRLS Heather Doyle 257, Laura Peterson 299. Naomi Tinsley 131, Betty Ann Pitt 170. Dianne Vaselenak 186, Donna .Turner 130, Trina Johnson 157. Sherry Kolibas 163, Shauna Noss 172, Wendy Berbers 143. BANTAM BOYS Randy Tremel 172, Raymond Brown 148. Donald Taniguchi 140. Kirby Nishikawa 170. Brian Kolibas 128, Trent Laurie 126, Ross Andreachuk 135, Willie Malcomson 116. Y.B.C. JUNIORS Judy Rapuano 208. Billy Doyle 208. Daren Flexhaug 222, David Grosskiaus 220, Malinda Hamilton 249. Les McMillan 204, Floyd Moncriell 217, John Gardin 204. Rick Link 227. CPR LEAGUE George Matchett 313 Ella Anderson 247, Bob Anderson 246, Oriey Cerney 261, Fred Wardman Shirley Alexander 244, Cleas Schwietzer 256. Pete Canan 254. Art Guenther 249. Danny Beaudoin 235. Elaine Sinclair 233, Joan Sera 232. Janice Johnson 232. John Sera 230. CHEC GOLDEN AGE Howard White 237. Arie Koole 221, Minnie Pelrie 252. Chas Ober 241, Louise Ober 220, Bill Jensen 280, Harry Long 244, Len Milner 242, Roy LaValley 226, Norah Hotforth 241, Dodie Hodges 238. Velma Miller 229, Frank Bernhart 289 CJOC Dol Miyashiro 301 Kalhy McGinty 301, Bern Carrier 267. Benelh Doran 267, Reg Arnold 293 Slndy Woods 275. "Wendy Thompson 256. Jim Wright 254, Chris Whiletoot 254. Scotly McLeod 281. Ron Sillito 281. Rudy Van Ryan 306 Bert Knodel 262, Alex Mlchalenko 264 Bill Takacs 275, Jock Mulgrew 256, Nels Sund- quist261. CFCN TRIPLES Linda Malcomson 360 Marv Higa 319. Jean Passey 301. Kon Kurtz 302. Steve Pedersen 315 Bea Salmon ,308 Bob Coslanzo 303. Ken Larson 351 Ken Malcomson 311 Dave Smeed 293, Al Smith 293. Norm Tolley 292, Les Dyke 291. ALCON Betty Patterson 297: Karin Marthienson 237; Dick Marthienson 230: Bill Billings 247: Maria Vandenberg 218; Rogan Sinclair 223. BENDIX Dale Jensen 232: Don Bessie 230: Dave Hewilt 233: Debbie Barton 261; Garth Barr 288 Judy Harmae 224: Karlyn Spitzer 274; Bob Spltzer 260. SIMPSON SEARS Mel Stasiuk 251; Wayne Cook 288; Les Karbonik 265; Jerry Eilerman 251; Helen Rossettl 291 Art Fukunaga 254; Al Pirot 275; Jack Unterseher 248: Al Malson 291. SPEEDY'S LADIES Linda Malcomson 334 Gail Sarka 281 Marg Smith 249 Daisy Kinniburgh 291; Grace Beard 292 Jeanelte Smeed 239; Wilma Valer 274 B. Ogden 303 Helen Deal 243. A.D.A. Sherry Clark 268 Ray Budd 217: Glen whlteslde 229; 'Alex Szentes 269; Rod Chernos 249; Jean Kazala 226: Jim McGlnly 212. fired home four goals and add- ed two assists. Rounding out the scoring for the. winners were Tony Pon- tarollo with two and Allen Norlin, Greg Horon, Robert Brown and Tim Rohovie with singles. Ron Moline and Byron Dudley shared in the shutout. The Hornets downed the Cougars 4-2 in Bantam B play Monday night with Jerry Gurr, James Szaka, Roy Husch and Graig Astle scor- ing for the winners.- The Cougar goal scorers .were un- available. Rod Ross scored three times to lead the Ti-Cats to a 6-1 win over LCB. Craig Robinson, Ron Walters and Bruce Wilkins also scored for the winners while Alan Duval scored for the losers. Boxing promoter dead at 78 LOS ANGELES (AP) George Parnassus, inter- nationally known fight promoter, died in his sleep today. He was 78. Parnassus went into semi retirement in January, 1972, and was in failing health for some months before his death. Gut he still remained active as a consultant for Jack Kent Cooke's Forum Boxing Club here. He spent more than 50 years in boxing as a manager, matchmaker and a promoter and staged some of the most lavish fights ever held on the West Coast. Seldom did gate receipts from his fights in recent years dip below His for- mula for success was to take a Mexican fighter and match him with anybody else. He once estimated that 40 per cent of his tickets were sold in Mexico or Baja, Calif. Parnassus, a native of Greece, destroyed the idea that only heavyweights .can draw large crowds and big purses. He promoted numerous bantamweight bouts grossing more than One of his most disap- pointing fights but not from the standpoint of the gate came Dec. 8, 1968, at the Forum in Inglewood. A little bantamweight from Mexico City, Chucho Castillo, challenged world ban- tamweight king Lionel Rose of Australia for the crown. Rose, despite being knocked down, won a split 15 round decision and the heavily Mex- ican American crowd went wild. Fires were set, cars were damaged and police were call- ed in to quell the riot situation. Parnassus sat in a back press room and wept. Minnesota Twins' Rod Carew, the American League's leading hitter last year, lost in his arbitration battle. "I'm Carew said. I know what kind of organization the Twins are. "I know what they think of me. They don't consider me a superstar. I'm just a number." Ralph Garr, the National League's top hitter in 1974, came here for an arbitration battle with Atlanta Braves. After Garr made his pitch, he asked the arbitrator if he could be excused. "I didn't want to hear myself get cut said. "They can cut you down'so much that it makes you not want to play. "I don't see how manage- ment can win these Garr added. "Win or-lose there's gonna be a funny feel- ing for Ralph Garr towards Atlanta management." Garr won his case, receiv- ing for 1975 instead of the the Braves felt he was worth. Marvin Miller, executive di- rector of the players associ- ation, said some teams lose dignity by attacking their players. try to make the player look like Miller said. "All that does is damage morale." But not all teams take that philosophy into arbitration. "It's like solving a business said Peter Bavasi, vice-president and general manager of San Diego Padres. "We don't emphasize the negative. We focus on com- parability. Like, we'd say this man is comparable to 45 other players, so he deserves a salary of this many dollars." But Miller points out that boxscore-type results are deceiving. He says arbitration had a forceful indirect effect on salary increases for many players. "Take Joe Rudi for ex- Miller said. "Finley offered him peanuts and Joe said he was going to ar- bitration. "They settled out of arbi- tration and Joe signed for the exact figure he was re- questing in arbitration." O. 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