Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 7, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Bowling banter Second time Pittsburgh lineman honored Stabler, Greene NFL's top choices ELAINE BROWN DARRELL LAQLER Brown, Lagler share honors Elaine Brown, who realized the bowler's dream of a perfect 450 game five years ago, is once again blistering the pins and has earned bowler of the month honors at Holiday Bowl she increased her average to 222, and during one stretch she had a pinfall of for 12 games for an average of 244 included in some fine efforts was a 361 single Women's bowler of the week was In the Family Twosome tournament, Shauna Noss and Grace Gillett took the bantam girls' title, Ray Brown and Keith Labrash winning the boys' event... Cindy Ivesand mother Eloise won the junior girls' event, Darryl Bailey and dad Bernie winning the boys' crown other winners were Janyce Westling and Sandra Hunt in the senior girls' division and Darwin In women's league action, Marian Tinsley had 295 and 759 in Alpine with a 730 triple by Shirley Alexander pacing CPR In CFCN, Jeanette Smeed had 303 and for four games, Elaine Brown 350 and 993, Dianne Violini 299 and Phyl Harrison a big 393 Ethel Skinner 291 and 940 and Linda Malcomson 284 and 991 Sparking play in YBC were Victor Hrycyk with 185 in ban- Karlyn Spitzer with 324 and 230 for four games in CFCN Triples, new season high, with honorable mention going to Melody Bobinec with 327 and 1140 in Alpine Drywall, both new season highs John Wildman was the men's choice with 367 and for four in CFCN, honorable men- tion going to Roy Cunningham who posted the year's high single of 416, also in CFCN. Romanchuk and Helen Brown in the senior boys'... Some of the men's big outings in league play were Arvid Oseen with 304 in Thursday Golden Age, Bernier Carrier 338 in C'JOC, Ron Deak 320 in Civil Service, Jerry Mezei 348 and for four. Jack Smeed 314 and Tom Cronkhite 319 and 1.060 and Bill Billings 1 060 in CFCN. NEW YORK (AP) Oakland Raiders' quarterback Ken Stabler and Mean Joe Greene, Pittsburgh Steelers' defensive.tackle, were named the National Football League's top players by The Associated Press today. A nation-wide panel of sports writers and broad- casters chose Stabler the offensive player of the year, and gave defensive honors to Greene based on their perfor- mances during the 1974 NFL regular season. Stabler, a left-hander, led the Raiders to the American Conference West Division championship. He passed for yards and a league- leading 26 touchdowns, com- pleting 57.4 per cent of his attempts. It was Stabler's last-minute scoring pass that gave Oakland its first-round playoff victory and eliminated defending champion Miami Dolphins. A week later, the Raiders were knocked off by Greene and the Steelers in the American Conference cham- pionship game. Greene, long the menace of opposing quarterbacks, threw passers for losses eight times during the regular season, leading the Steelers to a league high 52 sacks. He helped Pittsburgh compile the best defensive statistics in the AFC-a yield of only 219.6 yards a game. His selection marked the second time Greene has been named the top defensive per- former. He also was chosen by the AP panel in 1972. Stabler was a heavy pick in the voting with 21) votes, easily beating Denver's Otis Arm- strong, the NFL rushing champion, who had 14 votes, and running back Terry Met- calf of St. Louis Cardinals, who had 12. Last year's offen- sive player of the year was Buffalo's O.J. Simpson, who received just one vote this year. Voting for defensive honors was much closer. Greene won it with 13 votes, barely topp- ing Philadelphia linebacker Bill Bergy who had 11. Also making strong showings were linebacker Ted Hendricks of Green Bay with seven votes tackle Alan Page of Minnesota and cornerback Emmitt Thomas of Kansas City with six each, and Greene's team-mate, L.C Greenwood, with five. Miami safety Dick Anderson, last year's winner, had just one vote this season. Seals' rookies performing lam boys and Sherry Kolibas 197 in bantam girls, while Floyd Moncrief paced junior boys with 229 and 619 and Malinda Hamilton 208 in the junior girls' division and one of the month's stars in men's league play was Darwin Romanchuk who boosted his average to 242 and averaged 262 over a three- week period. At Capri Bowl, Darrell Lagler captured the coveted bowler of the month award for December as he turned in some great efforts in Green's Shoes he reeled off three triples of 873, 834 and 823, an average of 281 for nine games, and singles of 351, 365 and 360. honorable mention to Brian Murkin with 410 and 841 in AGT... the women's bowler of the week was Ina Harris In league play, Sandra Hunt led NuMode Homes with 339 and 744, Mary Wishnevski adding a 738 triple Stan Fraser and Will Ness paced Thursday Senior Citizens with 263's with Norm Gyulai's 724 triple topping Thursday Mixed Dennix Sparks had a 717 in Bankers while a 269 by Tami In YBC action, the junior boys in Friday Schools were led by Mark Gretzinger with 252 and 428 and Brian Rossetti with a 404 double, and tops in the bantams was Geof Paskuski with 234 and 443 Leaders in Saturday's action were Mitch Martin and Brian Brand with 173 each in Jet boys and Sonya Decaire 156 who hit for a big 356 single and 804 triple in the Bankers, 279 pins over her average Bill Bonhage, in the same league, took the men's title for the week by rolling 175 pins over his average with a 719 triple A reminder that the entry period for the Thomas Adams national classified tourna- ment opened Monday and ends Jan. 31. Country Club shareholders to meet The 62nd annual general meeting of the shareholders of the Lethbridge Country Club is slated for the Fleetwood Bawden school auditorium Sunday at p.m. The meeting will include the auditor's report, the president, an election of direc- tors and the appointment of auditors. Club members unable to at- tend are reminded to com- plete their proxy and return it to the Lethbridge Country Club, P.O. Box 387 prior to the meeting. MONTREAL (CP) Dave Hrechkosy, Larry Patey and Ron Huston still have not become household names in National Hockey League circles. But the three rookies with California Seals are doing their best to change that situa- tion as they have combined for exactly one-third of the club's total goal output this season. So far this season the lowly Seals have scored 111 goals, with 37 of that total coming from the three rookies. In ad- dition, the trio's output has helped California overcome its deficit of other seasons on the road. The Seals, in their 23 road games, have almost doubled their entire 1973-74 road point output. More precisely, the club in its last four road games equalled last season's total of four points garnered away from home. While California's record still leaves much to be desired, when they pick up points they get most of them against the stronger clubs. Their 10 victories three short of their 1973-74 total have been gained as follows: Philadelphia Flyers Atlanta Flames Washington Capitals and Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks and Minnesota North Stars 13 GOALS Hrechkosy, who joined the Seals in their sixth game this season, has scored 13 goals and added eight assists in the club's last 18 games. His season goal total of 16 ties him with Rick Middleton of New York Rangers for the best goal output for a rookie, while Hrechkosy's 24 points put him in a tie with Erie Vail of Atlanta Flames and Bob Bourne of New York Islanders for fourth place among all rookies. Dan Gare of Buffalo Sabres Wakelen was best in Doug's .DougAspeslet's272anda680 triple by Frank Tuttle paced the men in AGT in Friday Mixed the gals were led by Mel Amatto's 705 triple and a 277 single by Kay Wheeler while Steve Ramias with 295 and John Harvie with headed the men. I1 and Theresa Miklos 145 among the girls Bantam leaders were Mark Wright 227 Tommy Doyle 212, Patti Stanton 215 and Cathy Hamilton 182 in the junior senior division Bill Todd had 264 and 679, Mike Tolley 255, Duane Guzzi 252, Lori Chak 257 and 672, Kathy Edwards 229 and Pam Virostek 221. Minor hockey The first of Barry Coghlm's two goals was all the Ramblers needed as they blanked the Eagles 5 0 in Bantam B action. Coghlin scored both of his goals in tlie first period while Lome Lillemo, Jamie Coghlin and Bob Richardson added singles. Butch Bogden accounted for the shutout. The Lethbridge Voyageurs played three exhibition games over the weekend, winning two and losing one. They dropped Calgary West Hillhurst 6 5 Saturday getting two goals apiece from Rod Tomita and Allen Norlin while Ken Gilbert and Tim Rohovie added single markers. West Hillhurst gained revenge on Sunday when they dropped the Voyageurs 7 5. Rod Tomita scored two more goals in a losing cause and singletons went to Tim Rohovie, Allen Norlin and Tony Ponlarollo. Later Sunday the Voyageurs took to the ice against the Pass Golden Rams and defeated them 8 6. Wayne Smith and Bruce Lyon scored two goals each for the winners and Greg Hovon, Mark Dumont, Blair Spence and Tony Pontarollo rounded out the scoring. In another Bantam B contest, Lance Gitchrist and Robert Wood notched three goals apiece as the Blazers thumped the Aeros 11-1. Scott Parenteau added a pair of markers, while Allen Clampitt. Barry Wientraub, and Dan Herauf picked up singles for the Blazers. Steve Paski scored the lone Aero goal. Two goals in the third period lifted the Rangers to a 4-2 win over the Cougars John Lowe scored his se- cond goal of the game, and Murray Haughton added another in the final 20 minutes as the Rangers broke open a 2- 2 for the win. Darren McLain had the other goal for the winners while Blair Graff and Mike Heersie scored for the Cougars. A hat trick by Brad Harvie led the way for the Blues as they skated to an 8-4 triumph over the Bisons in Pee Wee action Saturday. Doug Shos'tak, Robert Wingert, Michael Gibson and Michael Hughes had the other Blues' goals. Jeff Molz, with three, and Bruce Egland, scored for the Bisons. a Lethbridge Hotel, led by the Brother wood Eugene r four goal performance of Gus Yamada Alvin Tietz and 5 Fomradas. trounced the City Louis Horvath added 6 Hall Gangsters 11-0 and mov- markers while the ed into a first place tie in went to Leo Lethbridge and District Broombali League action Sun- lhHermah" stei7 keP' g j their unbeaten string in S In the highest scoring game wef a scoreless of the year thus far Roger ,'e Acc f McAdam added two for the fpot Wlth the I winners as did Ernie j Vic Willrns registered eighth shutout of the year High it i in a ii a wniit: D ill 1 y Neidermier recorded his fourth in the Ace net. Jaycees permitted Gary Bird to score with less a minute to play and action a 1-0 game to J and L Ken Mercer record- The Cardston the shutout victory. will be the Brees scored'the only tonight when they of the game as the Eagles on the LCI Rams Southern Signs 1-0 Southern Alberta the shutout boys' basketball of Cam Hodgen. at the LCI Miner's Library out- at 8 Shaugnessy 3-1 on. In other 4A by Kerry Banack. Jack Winston and Glen Payne. Rudy Bulldogs will be scored the lone the Magrath Zeniths marker. Winston Churchill Knight Clubbers and Correctional In- Both the LCI battled to a scoreless Cardston game and Churchill are the league game will be and the scoring by junior The LCI Colts and T L PI3 Cardston Wildcats Upliol 8 3 o 19 hit the floor at at the LCI and at Hotel 9 i 119 J L Roofing 7 2 2 16 Shaughnessy s 3 3 13 the Magrath Library 5 3 3 13 take on the Building ___ 5 2 412 Mastiffs, also at Wednesday 6 0 5 12 Southern Signs 4 2 5 10 Jaycees Jets 3 1 7 7 Catholic Central Clubbers 2 Z 7 6 1 1 ravel to Raymond Corr. Inst 1 1 9 3 I wo Hall Gang 1 0 10 2 1 The junior LEADERS G A P 1 :entral Flyers McAdnm 131023 1 tangle with the Fomradas M 721 I mond Mustangs at and at 8 p.m. the Brees g 6 15 I Willy Brees 7 411 1 Ben Schmold 7 4 K mond Comets and Pennmgton 7 310 1 Catholic Ressler 7 310 Cougars hit the Yamada 3 7 JQ m Wnilelord 7 2 9 1 Fleischhauer 6 3 9 leads all rookies with 31 points, followed by Middleton and Pierre Larouche of Pitt- sburgh Penguins, each with 28. Meanwhile, a hard fought National Hockey League game between two struggling teams was enlivened by a third period scrap Monday night. Kansas City Scouts, roused midway through the second period by Ed Gilbert's short- handed goal, defeated Min- nesota North Stars 5-2 before a crowd of After the game, Charley Burns said he will continue as Minnesota's acting coach while general manager-coach Jack Gordon scouts. Burns' title remains assis- tant general manager. The North Stars have not won a road game in their last 20 outings. The Scouts, who won five in their first 36 Hotel, Hermans knotted in first I T otlihrirtno T-Intol InH Kit tVin n__t i________. i i-. games, are enjoying a two- game winning streak. Gilbert's second-period shot gave the Scouts a 2-0 lead and started a salvo of three goals in three minutes and 17 seconds. One of those was. Robin Burns' .second goal of the night and eighth of the season. KANSAS CITY 5 MINNESOTA 2 First period: i. Kansas CJiarron4 (Nolet, Burns) Penal ty Ilk-kc Second period: 2. Kansas City Gilbert 9, 3. Kansas City, Burns 8 (Nolet. Charron} 4. Kansas City, Lemieux 7 (Dube. Murray) 5. Minnesota. Hextali 9 (Dunlop, Hicke} Penally Murray Third period: 6. Minnesota. O'Brien 3 (Drouin) 7. Kansas City, Burns 9 (Nolct. Charron) Penalises Lemieux Flesch O'Brien (major, misconduct, game Dube (major, misconduct) Shots on goal by Minnesota 5 n n_27 Kansas Cily 14 12 STEELERS' MEAN JOE GREENE Shack to minors Attendance 9.047. DETROIT (CP) A new track is being cleared for Ed- die the minors to skate himself into condition. The Entertainer, as he's fondly called by the fans, has asked Toronto Maple Leafs to send him to Oklahoma City of the Central Hockey League, and the National League team is complying with his wishes. AN1 REMEMBER WHAT YOU SAID? "THAT'S WHAT TOMORROWS ASEFOR- UOOK, FLO, DO ME A FAVOUR, PLEASE, -WRAPUP, EH? ANDY CAPP REMEMBER WHAT I SAID IN THE PU8 LAS'NIGHT? "NO MORE, IT'LL. TAKE YOU ALL TOMORROW TO IT OOOH! ME POCK 'EAD-; I'VE GOT NO SYMPATHY FOR YOU, I REALLY TOYOTA LEAVES THE HORSEPOWER RACE TO DETROIT By todays standard, 33 mpg is about the best you'll do in any car built on the market today. Bu you mil never do it in a big car with big horsepower. The only place a Toyota is big on theinside. where it counts. You won't have to manoeuvre an extra 3 feet of iron in and out of parking spots when you're at the wheel of one of our Toyota's COROLLA 1200 SEDAN L The Toyota Corolla packs power and economy into one beautiful package. The economy Corolla gives you stylish looks; long, low and wide more than just economy. You get enough to be spacious inside. Many options See how much your money can buy....... Bank Rate Trade-in Allowance Prompt, Courteous Service After the Sale See JIM BORDER, ED MUELLER, COW BARRETT OR BOB BARBER at TRAVEL CENTRE TOYOTA Coutts Highway (Division of WICKES CANADA LTD.) OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. Phone 327-3165 ;