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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 THE IUHBSIDGE HERALD Widneidcv. January 3, 1973 owling Banter Athinta in fourth spot Surprising Buffalo could be upstaged b_; Bv THE C VPIAX PRK5S wipjj End fix ties, and a us wi'h s.iiri about Priilado'phia Flyers. Only eisht uifjlo ivcomu-.i: .1 points separate the Flames and pb'.off on'> '.heir iriird Flyers froiTi [irst-place in ".he X.T.ionjl Htxkey Black y could still In only other Tues- Flames. day. Sr. Louis Blues edged ar.er only 40 Penguins 5-4. MH_ sea- In Tonight's games, Montreal isid partial Canadiens visa: Maple pliyoif spot Leafs. Los .Angeles Kings face s: revision' the Ransers Li New York, the -jve came Tuesday Islanders are at Buffalo. Vaa- n :he Fl2rr.es defeated cou'.er Canucks California l. Islar.ders 6-1. That Golden Ses'is. Pinsburph is a'. i-'a 3S poLiis. on H Chicago and the Flyers MAF.LFNT EOSCH LEW MILLS bowler-of-ite-moodi "THZ SrOTr.IGHT -hlrieo 07! Marlene Bosch Lew Mills as a: Capri ;ct the anior; :he c -150. oil 11 s'.raishi sir.ies the corner pin r.er las: b-ill 443 she also posted a ar.t.cT.r_ :he Lew Mills :hf --.er.'s'chedct? lor Decerr.be" 2 of too efforts, the bes: a are Jean Christie and Allen Tay- lor Jean rjaced the r.rls by up Ere.-L-.i cf 255. 3-U and 1109 ar.d a 775 :o Allen up with sc- B'll :r. IT: '.he family tivosoms 5..1 Vahnda n'cn the -.vi'.r while Kelly Lynn and 3ev" Hen- :he rr.cier-da-jsh'er eve-', 1.143 Ir. '.he beys' section. Bill and Allen tool-: :he even: ar.d Michael and C-erla :h? crovo "-he yj-ncor ;he ri-nen-iauifeter crc-.vn -.ver.'. to and w.th Brenda and Jean title and :n che iiir_cr the Er.an and E-d F.ossetii and the rr.c'jer-son honor to Goe: and Kae Mann high annor; ".re were turned Li ty Joyce v.tv.v.c-ii 27.7. Ed -So and 757. Pai Henderson C75 and 747. :'o.v Kliben -SO and Audrey Able HJd '-he fc-.-'Rocky 267. Brenda Ch-.s- f.e -7: anol "51. 3.1! 273 and oco. :7i. Harvie Pccza 256. Pedruii 243 and Mabin. '133 and coo. In the JCCA tcumame-t. the A secucT. to Mas Sandv Shisehiro. Tosh Kanasr.irc. Sunn.- Me-ioru-3, ar.i'Tam "Medororr.a Tops IT. in the 3 were Seiko Mlyashiro. Helen li-te- bucl-.i. Ruth Santeshima and Dwayne Mich averages were posted by Masa Goshinmon :or the '.vomen P.I 243 and Ken Kamitomo -he -ten at 240 In the mojied cciibles the vlnr.ers "ere Mas Shigehiro and Sum: Medoruona who beat out Mike Toco and Masa GoshLnmon by 21 Kavanagi and Taxi Kitigawa took the men's dcub.es "-'.-_h a 52-rjin spread over Nobby FTijlrr.oto and Scnnv Chama KIEQ individual scores were Tosh Kansashira 353. Shirley Koyanagi 321. Aasen ?29, and Marl 309. Eov.-leos are rern inded that the Western Canada ar.d cif-' smsles championships '.viil be he.d Jan. 14 and 21 an entry deadline of Jan. 12 the j.nrles. open to bowlers for the men avera'.'e o: 200 and under and for the women IK and unde-. has been rescheduled :'cr Jan. 23 instead c: this Sunday the high schcol champlon- arc- also planned Jan. 23. A: :hc mark in learue Gary Tunbridca holds the rner.'s averaje a: .62 Srr.eed at" 256 Dianna Violini leads ;r_ls v. 244 and IT-year-old Llr.da Mal- r. a: 241 s.r.ile :hrf men -.'j Reg Arnold a: Gar.' TAir.brlf.r.e's 1 010 '.he Marlene Bosch her 443 P.il tr.pie leads the sonieri the other :hr the year are Koy (h'.Suir.zo 385, 553 373 SPORT Schmautz hot, Piiil in lead ;C? While The last player tn curlira'.e centre F'rjl c: Bostca lea: Evil :o vrlih Chicagu ij TC Hcciev so-. rare tKay. a i a ziucr. goals '.r, ar. v.-ir: Los .-Vr.- --eal-rer club -_-.? been niaiirji g-eles Nov. it. thus rds prpgress 'Jus ing hlz: one of only r.vo sessor.. who rave scoreo ihree cr leads the coals three times this K holes a U .-J o: re c-i :..ro-.- o: Buffalo vislcr.. Vic ;il.-- Sabres jl wi-is- is of Scl-.-.iu-.-' svccc s-arir; :re leai rr: assists "t all -.y ,-.s re-.er a: 34 each. Pfrreai; seer ".yvre so r.a-y a ecre p-cks P.ere Chicaso's gases. Vr.rv ar.j.'or.e Flames bcittle for sole posses- sion of iminh spot in the West v-.'it'n a jTinw at Allania. Larry Romanchych and Keith each fired iwo goals to lead Flames in handing L-.e Islanders their 29th defeat in 37 gimes. Amie Brown got the New Vrrk goal before an Islanders horr.e crowd of Einle Hicke and Leon Roch- efo.-r got the other Atlanta goals rs :he Flames outshot tie Islanders I: Atlanta's foiLivi Ln as many games against their 1971-73 ex- pansion partners. HELP LEAD A: Lr.'.is. the Pengiuns threatened 10 keep pace and Philadelphia as they took the lead early arci never fell behind Phil Rc-b- c-rt.Vs v.innir.g goal with I125 the game T'-e loss left Pitisbitrsh two p-o-'s behind :he Flsmes and: and four ahead of St. A iirs'.-perlc-d goal by Greg Foils crvo the early rr- by'Jcia Prono- r.rd Eryan made it 3-1 early in :he second period. 15 seconds A1 rr.ade it 4-2 for the Blues came i-i :he ccun: scores ry Flcrre Flante and Gar." Sa'rcur_n 'Before the sec.- cr.d perlcc er.de-r :o up Rob- Fran Hues ar.d Chris. Evans :'re c-'.her before a St. Lois crowd ci'13.161. Four Annies open event Fridttv 3 tournev set In s'-ooter L-. ;he league.1' vL-ires Yorx _ _ c i B-I Ijlar.ie" ard Pen- M -jte. Esr-Lemaire i- V; I.'. H f: i: Sobcy 1? Schrrauti of Var.couver Ca- y cari the fact ihou dOM H c' cc rg aMcr t.'ie Super Bowl v.. I Cf a c (AP Wirephc VICTORY BRINGS RIDE Goc'7s ;