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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter KARLYN SPITZER bowler-of-the-month At Holiday Bowl, the coveted bowler-of-the-month award goes to Karlyn Spitzer who turned in some top efforts she hit for single games of 328, 301 and 34S, had four- game blocks in Classic Triples of and and boosted her average in Classic Triples from 214 to 220 and 225 to 227 in Automatic Electric she also nailed down the women's As league play in the second half resumed, Beth Flak pac- ed Holiday Village with 295 and a 786 triple, Irene Lynde adding 293 and Mel Finnerty 287 High in Dept. of Agriculture were Dennis Mikalson with 274 and Pat Mikalson with 284, and in Vasa Lodge Doug Hegland led the men with 272 and Carol Park the gals with 261 Elaine Brown hit the high spots in CHEC with 328 and a solid 919 triple while Dale Wilson's 295 and Edna Todd's 315 led Civil CEC BEAUDRY bowler-of-the-month bowler-of-the week crown with a standout performance in Classic Triples she clicked for and 324 for a whopping four-game pin- fall of 406 pins over her 220 average... her first three games totalled 962 Mike Pro-top headed the men for the week by rolling a 709 in Civil Service, 136 pins over his 191 average. Service... In CJOC Rudy Van Ryan rolled 311 and John Wecels 310 with a 255 by Shar Katanchih tops for the women Frank Bernhart maintain- ed his steady bowling in Senior Citizens with 315 and a 763 triple with Walter Baker posting a 304 The women were led by Velma Miller with 287 and 719 and Nora Hofforth with 276... Pete Canan paced CPR with 280 and 723 with Alma Williams high among the gals with a 284. The big news in Classic Triples was created by Karlyn Spitzer's 352 and other leaders for the week were Dot Anderson with 208 and and Dianne Violini 295 and Among the men Bob Costanzo was good for 329 and with Norm Tolley adding 305 and Steve Pedersen 302 and and Jack Smeed 297 and At Capri Bowl, there were a number of trundlers in the running for the bowler-of the month award with Cec Beaudry of Gordie's emerging the winner over a two- week span he blistered the pins for games of 246, 263, 286 and 376 for a sizzling six-game average of 320... In resumption of league play after the holiday break, Helen Weets paced Eagles with 309 and 751 with Marg Bouchard's 302 and 728 and a 295 by Retta Lazaruk tops in NuMode Homes Dorothy Sorensen paced Sundquist Construction with 308 and 717 and in Henry Homes Ed Henderson led with 313 and 723 Bill Bonhage's 744 triple led Bankers and in JCCA Sumi Medoruma rolled 325 and 840, Gordie Tanaka 314 and 744, Harumi Fujita 301 and Francis Higa 358... Max- ine Fettig also starred in Henry Homes with 279, 249 and 187 for a 715 triple, well over her 166 average. In Doug's, Maggie Oliver had a 704 with a 750 by Dale Pushor and a 344 single by Nelline Goodine tops in Fri- day Mixed In open play, senior citizen Maggie Oliver rolled a 374 and 14-year-old Rob Ogden, after two open frames, had nine straight strikes for a 377... YBC stars were Darwin Romanchuk 298 and 800, Ken Kurtz 296 and 789, Darlene Terry 316 and 751, seniors, Bill Todd 275 and Robin Stanton 253, juniors; Mike Tolley 267 and Lori Csaki 258, bantams; Craig Ellis 198 and Jim Okamura 190, Jets In the Young Adults triples tourney, David Wilks, Tom Miklos and David Wells plac- ed first with Brenda Coutts, Kalie Pedrini and Lori Palmarchuk second with and Garry Lohuis, Bruce Can- field and Kevin Low third at Linda Malcomson had high single of 343. In the Family Twosome meet, in the bantam division, Dot and Cheryl Miyashiro won the mother-daughter, Larry and Tracy Kreutz the father- Finley says no CHICAGO (AP) Oakland As owner Charles Finley denied a report Monday he soon would hire a head coach to take on managerial duties of the world championship baseball club The Boston Herald American said in Monday's editions it had learned that Finley, unable to name a new manager because he insists Dick Williams still has two more years to go under his contract for the job, will have to create the new position. The newspaper said Finley will name Dave Bristol, a former Cincinnati and Milwaukee manager, to the job of head coach, possibly before the start of spring training Feb. 21 in Mesa, Ariz. J MEM'S WEAK LTD. daughter, Betty and Darren Swaren the mother-son and Morgan and Brian Sparks the father-son in the junior divison, Marg and Pat Hamilton won the parent- daughter and Hugh Christie and Tom Miklos the parent- son... high individually were Ed Henderson 300, Pat Hamilton 286, Tom Miklos 275, Morgan Sparks 309 and 815, Joyce Kreutz 295, Sandra Ferguson 228, Cheryl Miyashiro 228 and Lori Csaki 236 In the JCCA holiday tourney, Sumi Medoruma and Francis Higa won the mixed doubles, Francis Higa, and Tosh Ibuki the men's doubles, Masa Goshinmon, Shig Goshinmon, Nac Tamayose, Helen Higa and Jim Higa the A team event, Mike Tobo, Kyoto and Mae Shigehiro, Nish Chaki and Nobby Tajiri the B team event.. Women's high single was Masa Goshinmon 299 and also high triple of 755 with Nish Chaki posting high average of 223 Dick Motokado had men's high single of 350, Henry Nakamura high triple of 813 and Tish Ibuki high average of 257 WILL BE CLOSED All Day Wed.. JM. 9th in preparation of our JANUARY SALE Starting Thurs., Jan. 10 9 a.m. rm -2U2 Bowman, Clarke starting a feud? Tuesday, January 1974 THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD By GLENN COLE Canadian Prm Staff Writer A feud is growing between coach Scotty Bowman of Mon- treal Canadiens and Bobby Clarke, team captain of Phila- delphia Flyers. The latest episode occurred during the first period of Mon- day night's National Hockey League game won 2-1 by the Canadiens before a record crowd of In the only NHL action, the Maple Leafs won 6-2 over At- lanta Flames at Toronto. Bowman and Clarke ex- changed unpleasantries last year during the Stanley Cup semi-finals. After an overtime ;oal by defenceman Larry ;pbinson gave Montreal a 4-3 win in the second game of the series, Bowman was quick to comment that Philadelphia's Gary Dornhoefer had made a mistake. When Clarke heard about the remark, he said Bowman should mind his own business and worry about coaching his own club. After the first meeting be- tween Montreal and Phila- delphia Oct. 25, won 4-0 by the Canadiens, Bowman called Clarke a "cheap-shot artist." STARTED YAPPING The trouble Monday night started in the first period when Clarke was assessed a tripping minor. As Clarke was skating to the penalty bench, Bowman started yapping at him. Just over a minute later, Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal and Jim Watson of the Flyers were penalized for high stick- ing and, as they were entering the box, Clarke yelled something at Bowman. Bowman barked something back and Clarke attempted to get at him but was restrained by security guards. At the same time, the Philadelphia bench cleared and rushed over to see what was happening. Some of the Flyers, including Bob Kelly, became verbally involved with the Montreal coach. Referee Bob Myers told both benches to cool off. When asked if Clarke had "rabbit ears" to be able to pick up Bowman's comments, the Montreal coach said: "Put it this way, if it bothers his game, that's what we're trying to do. Apparently it bothered his game. "I think Clarke is the dir- tiest player in the league. He uses that stick of his a lot and he uses it pretty good." "He's already been hurt Bowman added, refer- ring to the 20-stitch cut Clarke received wher whacked by Barry Cummins of California Golden Seals earlier this year. USED PROFANITY Clarke, who won the Hart Trophy last year as the league's most valuable player, said Bowman had yell- ed some profanity at him as he was skating to the penalty bench. "He does that to players all the said Clarke. "Bowman's an ass. He should keep his players happy. All he has to do with a team like that is change lines and he can't even do that." The Canadiens got the lone goal of the first period when Jacques Lemaire won a faceoff from Clarke and snapped the puck back to Guy Lapointe who slapped a screened shot past Flyers' netminder Bernie Parent. The goal came just three seconds after Watson joined team- mate Tom Bladon in the penalty box. Winger Murray Wilson got what proved to be the winning goal 40 seconds into the se- cond period, firing a wrist shot past Parent after taking Yvon Lambert's pass. Simon Nolet got the lone Philadelphia goal at of MONTREAL 2, PHILADELPHIA 1 Flrtl ptrlod 1 Montreal, Lapointe 7 (Lemaire) S 26 Penalties Bladon 340, Jim Watson 523. Robinson 7 00, Clarke 9 54, Jim Wat- son, Cournoyer 10 57, Saleski 13 00 Second period Wilton 7 (Lambert, Robinson) 040, 3 Philadelphia, Nolet 8 (Dornhoefer) 6 49 Penalties F Mahovlich 6 26, Thomas served by Lefley 1035, Du- pont 14 43, Lonsberry 18 06, Van Impe 19 14 Third period No scoring Penalties Dornhoefer Laperrlere I 37, Clarke, Thomas served by Lafleur 549, Bladon, P Mahovlich 7 SO. P Manovllch 1014, Barber 1033 SheM on goal by Ph44MMpMa 11 11 11-M MontTMl 11 7-27 Attendance record TORONTO I, ATLANTA 2 Flrat period 1 Toronto, Kehoe II (Pelyk, Ecclestone) 7.56, 2 Toron- to. Slttler 17 (McDonald, Qlennie) Toronto, Ellis 14 (Henderson, Ullman) 1230 Penalties Lytiak minor, Turnbull minor, misconduct 1724. 4 Toronto, Pelyk 6 (Hammiritrom) 4 37. Penalties Qulnn 1204, Murray 17 11 Third perled S Atlanta, Morrison 1 (Hextell, Murray) 1 31, 6 Toronto, SittMr (McOonatd, Ham- marstrom) 15 17, 7 Toronto, Sinter (McDonald, Turnbull) 15-43, Atlanta, Rochefon 7 (Comeau. Qulnn) 7 14 t M IS M 1t-4? the middle period on the power play. Three goals by Darryl Sittler powered Toronto to its onesided win over Atlanta. Rick Kehoe, Ron ElUs and Mike Pelyk were the other Toronto marksmen with Lew Morriston and Leon Rocbefort replying for Atlanta. Rochefort's goal was his seventh of the season and the 100th in the NHL. Flames' forward Butch Deadmarsh suffered a broken fibula in his left leg when cracked into the boards by Ellis in the first period. He could be sidelined from six to eight weeks. Top WHA clubs couldn't meet BACKINAffC, AKUoMTUtT WNTAVMQKD WITH JACKIE By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sport teams are well used to rainouts, and this season are learning to take blackouts in their stride too. But pain- touts? Monday's scheduled clash between the two top teams in the World Hockey Association East Division had to be post- poned because the Boston Garden ice surface, painted for the Ice Capades, wouldn't come clean. New England Whalers and Toronto Toros will meet tonight instead, joining Boston Braves and Baltimore Clippers of the American Hockey League in a double bill. The postponement .gave a monopoly on the evening's WHA spotlight to lowly Van- couver Blazers and New Jersey Knights and, like Broadway understudies suddenly given their big chance, they came up with a blockbuster performance. Danny Lawson's third goal of the night gave Vancouver a 5-2 lead early in the third period, but the Knights charg- ed back with goals by Andre Lacroix and Wayne Rivers to narrow the gap. But despite outshooting the Blazers 12-6 in the period they couldn't even the score, and the game ended as a 5-4 Vancouver victory. STRETCHES GOAL LEAD Lawson got a goal in each period, the first-period marker unassisted, giving him 32 goals for the year and lengthening his league lead in that department to seven over Wayne Carleton of Toronto Toros. But Carleton, with 36 assists to add to his 25 goals, still leads the league scoring race with 61 points, six ahead of Lawson. Lacroix added two assists to his third-period goal. He now has 16 goals and 31 assists for 47 points, and moves up into a five-way tie for fourth place among WHA scorers. Rivers got two goals and an assist for the Knights, with Dean Boylan rounding out the New Jersey scoring. Murray Myers and Don Burgess added the other Vancouver goals. Jersey, which took a slight 34-33 edge in shots on goal, blew the chance to escape the division dungeon. The loss left them tied with Chicago Cougars in last place with 17 victories and two ties apiece, although Chicago has three games in hand. The victory left Vancouver still in fifth place in the West, eight points back of Winnipeg Jets. The Jets get a chance tonight to vault past idle Minnesota Fighting Saints. Winnipeg visits the last-place Sharks at Los Angeles, and a victory would blast the Jets out of fourth place and they Could even tie for second with Edmonton, provided the Oilers co-operate by losing to the Aeros in a clash of the West Division leaders at Houston. In the East tonight, in addi- tion to the rescheduled Toronto-New England game, Cleveland Crusaders visit Chicago. A Cleveland victory coupled with a tie or loss by Toronto would put the Crusaders past the Toros into second, place. The Jets, sputtering because of injuries, will get some of their old steam back with centre Chris Bordeleau Saints upend Toyopets 6-1 The Lethbridge Labor Club Saints whipped Taber Toyopets 6-1 in a Southern Alberta Girls' Hockey League game over the weekend Marilyn Snedden and Sherl Gardin led the Saints with two goals apiece while Crystal Miyashiro and Deanna Migauchi added singles. Glynnis Humphries replied for Taber who trailed 3-1 after two periods. CARR RECALLED NEW YORK (AP) Forward Gene Curr hw been recalled by New York Rangers from Providence. and defenceman Joe Zanussi rejoining the team at Los Angeles. But blueliners Ken Stephanson and Larry Hor- nung are both still out with leg injuries. The game at Boston Garden was postponed an hour Mon- day night while the ice crew tried to repair the damage, but the ice was still dangerously uneven. It had been chipped and grooved by the ice scraper as the crew worked 18 hours straight trying to remove spe- cial paint used to cover the hockey markings for the ice show. Minor hockey scores The Blades came back from a three-goal deficit to tie the Ramblers 6-6 in a Bantam "B" match Monday night. Dave Popovich was in- strumental in the Blades' draw as he pumped in three goals. His third marker prov- ed to be the equalizer. Other Blades' marksmen in- cluded Barry Coghlin, Don Jarvie and Ken Huisman. Clark Bosch paced the Ramblers with a pair of goals while singles went to Randy Provick, Gary Tokariuk, Greg McKean and Michael Coghlin The first place Maple Leafs crushed the Coaldale Whalers 9-1 in a Bantam "A" game last night. Jamie Severtson led the Leafs' attack with four goals while singles came off the sticks of Danny Dyck, Cle- ment Crowflag, Williams Brown, Andy Prokop and Dean Kjeldgaard Ed Tarns replied for the losers The Lethbridge Colts scored a slim 2-0 victory over Foremost in a Little Spud League tilt over the weekend Don Higa and Dwayne Lendrum tallied single markers for the Colts while Peter Zuberski registered the shutout Doors Large selection of pre- finished and unfinished in- terior and exterior doors. Some damaged. Buy now and save. Priced from Out they go all our still-good but limited quantity odds 'n ends. Prices are effective one week only so hurry for best selection. 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