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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-12,Lethbridge, Alberta ie - THE LETHBRIDQC HERALD - Sslunliy, January 12, 1974Havlicek reaches 20,000-point mark THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sometimes the record breaker is the last to know. “I knew I had about 20 points," said John Havlicek after his 23rd and 24th point in a losing ganw Friday night turned out to be his 20,000 and Chuvalo scares Britons ? TORONTO (CP) - The manager of Canadian heavyweight boxing champion George Chuvalo says British interests are afraid to match up their Commonwealth titleholder, Danny McAlinden, with his fighter. “They’re all in one group over there; they just don’t want to fight Chuvalo,” Irv Ungerman said Friday in reply to the latest bid by London fight promoters to have the championship fight, originally set for Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens, staged in the British capital. An earlier report from London said promoter Mike Barrett hopes to stage the McAlinden-Chuvalo bout in London’s Royal Albert Hall on Feb. 12. Barrett said he had talked Friday with Ungerman and that the Canadian fight manager, who is also promoting the heavyweight title bout in Toronto, had told him the fight could not go on in Canada without revenue from British television. The contest, allegedly, could not be sold to British TV networks. “They’re pussy-footing around,” claimed Ungerman. “They’re alibiing that if there are no ancillaries we’re looking to get out of it. “That’s not true,” he added. “We’ll come to London, all right. And Chuvalo will meet McAlinden on the street and they’ll have it out right there— without any money on the line. 20.001 points in a 12-year career. A Boston Garden crowd treated Haylicek to a standing ovation when he dropped his 20,D00th career point through a National Basketball Association basket at 4; 41 of the fourth quarter. But there was little else for the Celtic fans to cheer about since Los Lakers w«i ni-l03. Elsewhere in the NBA, Buffalo Braves topped Houston Rockets 117-99; Philadelphia 76ers pounded Atlanta Hawks 121-100; Detroit Pistons bounced Cleveland Cavaliers 10&>96; Milwaukee Bucks beat Capita] Bullets 115-113; New York Knicks trimmed battle SuperSonics 107-98 and Kansas City-Omah'a Kings crushed Phoenix Suns 117-100. In the American Basketball Association, Virgina Squires defeated Utah Stars 10^103; New York Nets edged Indiana Pacers 109-106; Kentucky Colonels beat San Antonio Spurs 99'9& and Carolina Cougars whipped Denver Rockets 122-96. The 34-year-old Havlicek became the eighty player to break the 20,000-polnt barrier. Bucks ns BuUets 113 Lucius Allen’s jump shot from the top of the key with 52 seconds left gave Milwaukee an overtime victory over Capital. Milwaukee’s Karee’m Abdul-Jabbar led all scorers with 34 points. Braves 117 Rackets 89 Bob McAdoo scored 11 of his gairte-high 30 points in a third-quarter surge that carried the Braves over the Rockets ¡For their sixth straight victory. The Braves outscored the Rockets 43-22 in the decisive third period and went on to even their record at 22-22, their highest victory total since entering the NBA in 1970. 76ers 121 Hawks lOO Fred Carter’s 30 points and Leroy Ellis’ 15 rebounds helped Philadelphia past Atlanta. Pete Maravich had a gamehigh 32 points for Atlanta.Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL NU.MODE HOMCS Pat Rusioti 31Q (689). Maureen Farguson 29B. Kathy Ludwig 309 (£95). Retta Laiaruk 287 (662J, Diane Parascak 2B6, Joyce Bedford 291 (677), Hdda Tinordi 271 (671), Bev Sarafenchon 291 (716), Dorothy OlshasKi 273 (72B), Wendy Snyder 272,    Joyce Brand 2S9 (635). SUNOOUIST CONSTRUCTION Dorothy Andarían 2S8 (651), Ruby Oseen 261 (654), Dorothy Sorensen 256 (668), Pat Plomp 243, Jen Hegi 242, Grace Van Dyk 312 (881), Jean Passey 252 (689), Eloise Ives 237 (66Z). Eileen Matleotl 225, Lela Ober 220. SENIOn CITIZENS Win Ness 220, Erie Graham Z06, Scotty Muir 209, C. Van Wyk 281, Henry Bechthold 268, Stan Fraaer 229. Tom Smith 204. HENRY HOMES Barry Tollestrup 234, Otto Pankolay 259. John Kuliska 239, Edén Huber 302, Ev Mars' 259, VI Henderson 269, Ed Henderson 246, Maria Jokuty 222, Larry Ldngager 231, Carol Pankotay 216, Doreen Stolyn 217, LETH8RID0E BANKS Laona Mann £34 ^674), Kathy Ponech 268. Ina Hams 249, Gordon Deibert 224 (651). Vic Bawel 305 (675), Donna Umeris 288 (691), Loretta Haruel 244, Jean Groves 257, Arlene Bartosek 224. J.C.C.A, Mas Shigehiro 297 (722), Sandy Shigehiro 231. Sumi Medoruma 271 (703), Bob Senda 274 (6941. Masas Goshinmon 273 (715). Shig Goshinmon 271 (705), Mike Tobo306 (780), Nobby Tajiri 271. Roy Kamitomo 278 (688), Glen Tanaka 276, Ryo Nagala 270 (769). Tom Hifla 273.    Betty Tomiyama 258. Hisae Price 241 (650). MORNINO COFFEG Tilly Roberts 244, Mary Stoffer 244, Elaine Streliev 274 (674), Marge Legge 242 (632), Dorothy Holmes 254, Dianne Malchow 242, Peggy Forry 255 (661), Joan Milton 277. Mert Oually 247, Marg Held 265 1635), Mary Noss 262, C.eciie Komonae 243 MAATINIZINO Lorraine Kirchner 258. Mary Mihalik 267, Isabel Orsten 296, Anne Culler 246. Lynne Lengyel 248 (673), Jeanette Smeed 246 (6S9). Linda Vrabei 243. Kay Castles 242, Shirley Bloudott 234. Joan Seibel 234. OAEENS SHOES Bev Mezei 295 (679), Eleanor Dorigatti 393 (920). Dianne Violini 293 (778), Linda Malcomson 335 (759), Ruth Johnson 293 (714), Gladys Armour 299 (659), Norm Tolley 353 (734), Bill KOSkOSki 289 (781 ), Marvin Higa 286, Darrell Lagier 277 (745). EAQLES LODGE Doug McCarthy 289 (721). Helen Weels 252, Gary Vaycovich 253. Mane Barnett'32S (801), Andy Kra-lewski 363 (829). Marron Najda 243, Shirley Anderson 234, Grace Oiliatl 2>7, Pauline Veres 230, Larry Veres Í3Z, MORHIHQ COFFEE Ruth Lfiurie 202, Didi DorigaTli 218, Beth Letlingwell 249, Louise O'Shea 201. Sandra Bradley 252. Karen Taylor 255, Dora Slue 20C. Sheila Schlkowsky 244, Jean Burl 210, Kathy Ludwig 218, Dianne Carr 211, JUNIOR'» SHOf Pat Kading 239, Je*ale McDonald 239, Donna Jones 270. (689). Men Oually 240. Helen Weels 238, Frances Plomp 241, Ev Coults 2i2, Dorothy Sorensen 321 (852), Jean Pa*s«y 246. Voider« Dewar 244, Sharon Oliver 253. Gaye Pedersen 23* (855) ooAoia« Ouane Spitzer 307 (942), Ken Mateomson 318 (852). C«c Beaudry 312 (784>. Mike Tobo 345, Kim Kovacs 345 (740), Jack Smeed 202 (719), Kyoto Shigehiro 284. Morgan Sparks 2S0 (703), Fred Maslor 264, Leroy Canine 311. SPECDVS Lorraine Kirch ner 258, Melanie Wilson 283, Doreen Wilson 251, Jeanette Smeed 253 (692), Carol Hall 271 (654), Shirley Fander 265 (702), Qail Sark a 245, Sara Burke 239, Grace Beard £40, Jean Koskoski 238. HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Ralph Thompson 343. Fred Thomas 341 (767). Ralph Guzzi 363 (783), Steve Qaler 294 (704), Ken Kurtz 345 (809), Dan Flnnerly 306, Ken King 290 (702), Bill Koskoski 301 (79B). Bruce McKlllop 2B6 (753), John Rempel 280 (728), Ken Larson 286 (701)    . AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Larry Barton 323, Debbie Barton 230,    Connie Severtson 232, Dick Wells 284, Tom Smart 253 (710), Phil Legge 264, Laurice Block 229, Bryan Dangas 289, Karlyn Spitzer 264 (669), Frank Donato 270. OAIRV QUEEN Ciemence Beauleu 210, Isabelle Nome 219. Marge McLaughlin 270, Mary Ward 241, Grace Hill 239, Audrey Scott 235, Irene Marcinko 216, Bernice Hay 243, Erma McGuire 292 (662), Gailya Pedersen 196. . BENDIX Gartti Barr 300 (732), HannaSnicer 225, Robert Stanko 269, Carol Kempenaar 242. Jon Hyde 261, Mel Marshall 231. Jack Brown 334 (708), Ralph Heitman 223, Dave Nelson 221. SIMPSONS-SEARS Joy Lukasiewick 266. Laurie Coupland 265, Joan Graham 233, Albena Krischman 233. Jim Vanderzee 233. Doreen Bird 247, Bernice Hartley 292 (775). Marlene petil 266, Ed Rossetti' 286 (750), Shirley Ellerman 263 CLASSIC TRIPLES Jean .Christie 386. Bob Cosiamo 293, Dianne Violini 369 (1067), Ken King 336 (9SB). Reg Arnold 203, Tino luvaii 305 (1027), Jeanette Smeed 2S1 (1011), Eleanor Dorigatti 366 (1266), Bea Salmon 303, Ken Kurt; 306 (10B3). CJOC Frank Bernhart 260, Leon Chechryn 257 (713), Grace McPike 2S8 (728). Jjm Lozeron 283, Tma Sheen 263, Patti Skretling 289, Ralph Thompson 23S. Frank Baceda 238. Jim Wnght 251, ALCON HEATlNa Shirley Brooks 264 (704), Nick Geremia 230, Sinclair 230, Sandy Brady 245, Phyllis Peterson 222, Joan Brown 315 (706), Ehas Sawiila 285 (702), Dave Miller 2761681 ). Jack Tremblay 237. HOLIDAY VILLAQE . Minnie Kaskiew 253. Vi Anderson 260 (631). Shirley Marshall 249, Irene Lynde £94 (684), Alice Koiibas 260 (625), Jean Mills 245 (648). Maria Jokurty 3S1 (752), Alice Grer 24S (642), Beth Flak 327 (768), LOis Au-coin 274 (697). ALBERTA AORICULTURE Slu Alexander 231, Alex Szenles 226 (663), Dennis MiKalSOn 230. Helen McDowell 227, Ken Dunsdon 231.    George Siegl 311 (730), Don McDowell 228, Rod Chernos 243 (670), Pat Mikalson 227. Sherry Clark 271 (669). FEFSI Ed Carpenter 232, Charlie Stokes 281, Chris McTiflhe 226. Bob Malcomson 252, Robert Brown 219. Joann« McTighe 281 (675). Elsie Hunt 231, Karl Campa 226. Ralph Man 258. VASA tODOi Flo Sealer 231. leora Ness 230. Torieii Otwn 282, Bud Orouette 241. Carol Park 229, Arvid Owen 225. Nick Zombon 238. Hilda Bianchi 228, Nick Bianchi 240, Ed Z«l«sak 218 X PHOTO BY JOHN COLVILLE, CALGAFtY HERALD PHOTO BY RANDY HILL ClaytonT Lewis. Id^yold, and 100 yeairs i»oud. Clayton became a part of the tapestry of people and places that make up Alberta at one second after midnight January 1, at the Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary.    ^ He is the first child of Denise and Guy Lewis of 402 - 207 - 26th Ave., S.W. Calgary, and as thef irst new Albertan of 1974, he'll receive a one hundred dollar savings bond from the Alberta-R.C.M.P. Century Celebrations Committee. That'll give him a reason to celebrate . . . but we have a better one. We can celebrate a history one hundred years proud, a history that started one hundred years ago with the arrival of the Mounties, and keeps going with the birth of babies like Clayton. Alberta and the R.C.M.P. have grown up together for one hundred years. That's something to be proud of. So,join Clayton in celebrating our centenary this year. He may not remember. But you will. And everyone else who boasts of being an Albertan. From our proud post, the promise of our future. ALBERTA-R.C.M.P. CENTURY CELEBRATIONS COMMITTEE, P.O. BOX 1974, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. T5J 2P4 ;