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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-15,Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR10G6 HlRALP-Tu«»dty.jUowgy1j^T* At Capri Bowl, Eleanor Dorigatti, long one of Lethbridge’s top bowlers, earned the women’s bowler-of-the-week title with her hottest night of the year in Green's Shoes . . she hit the 920 mark with 274 , 253 and a rousing 393 to nose out YBC star Linda Malcotnson who rolled 321,302 and 282 tor a 905 . . . both will be favored to make the women’s team in the city rolloffs opening Jan. 27 at Capri... bowlers are reminded to have their entries in by midnight, Jan. 25 . . . Andy Krajewski took the men’s bowler-of-the-week award with a fine effort in Eagles,.. he was well over his 208 average with an 829 triple on the strength of 274,192 and 363 . . . New league highs for the week were Judy Harnack’s 755 triple in Prebuilt, Dorothy Sorensen's 852 triple in • Wilson’s Junior Shop, a 345 by Harry Chapman in Senior Citi2ens, Eleanor Dorigatti’s 393 and 920 in Green’s, Marie Barnett’s 328 and 801 in Eagles, Andy Krajewski’s 363 in Eagles and Linda Malcom-son’s 905 triple in Young Adults. m * * The YBC bowlers are on the road in their Four Steps to Stardom rolloffs and after four games in the eight-game rolloff the leaders are Lori Chaki 829 and Mark Gretzinger 811 in the bantam division, Leslie Klllins 1,2W and Bill Todd 1,262 after six games in the juniors, and Linda Malcomson 1,504 and Ken Kurtz 1,463 in the senior section ... The second step is the south zone final at Capri Sunday, Feb. 17. . . Also, the local high school rolloffs are at Capri this Sunday, open to bowlers 18 and under, with Friday midnight the deadline Eor entries. * « * Stars in league play for the week were Harry Chapman 345 and 810 In Senior Citizens, John Lacey 316 and 753 and Shinob Tanaka 330 and 820 in Knights of Columbus, Mike Tobo 345, Kim Kovacs 345, Ken Malcomson 318 and 852 and Duane Spitzzer 307 and 842 in Gordie’s, Norm Tolley 353 in Green’s, Andy Krajewski 363 and 829 in Eagles, Vic Bawel 305 in Banks, Mike Tobo 306 and 780 in JCCA and Bernie Pohl 300 and 788 in Young Adults ... top gals ■ were Marlene Bosch 335 and Dot Anderson 327 and 801 in Hlga’s, Shirley Warner 310 and 755 and Barb Angyal 338 and 736 in Knights of Colum* bus, Dorothy Sorensen 321 and 852 in Junior Shop, Eleanor Dorigatti 393 and 920, Linda Malcomson 335 and 759 in Green’s, Marie Barnett 328 and 301 in Eagles, Kathy LudwiI 309 and Pat Ruston 310 in NuMode, Grace Van Dyk 312 and 881 in Sundqulst, and Ellen Huber 302 in Henry Homes. Local 740 defeats Ceramics Local 740 scored a slim 2-1 protested victory over Sunburst Ceramics in a City Broomball League game staged at the Civic Centre Sunday night. Sunburst had protested the game after referee Fritz Heinrich had called the contest with some seven minutes remaining. Heinrich had stopped the tilt after a Sunburst player refused to enter the ^nalty box. The league directors rejected the protest and awarded the win to Local 740 wiiich is their third in 13 starts. Jack Fehr and Mark West accounted for Local 740’s two goals while Mike Jackson replied for Sunburst. Meanwhile Fred Anderson scored a pair of goals and led Ace Building tc a 4-2 decision over the Jaycees, . Allan Pennington and Des Hamilton chipped in with single markers while Hugo Brees and Willy Brees shared the scoring for the Jaycees. Welterlich remained undefeated after 13 games by dropping the Red Devils 5*1. John Vaselenak potted in two goals for the league-leaders while singles went to Gus Fomradas, Tom Virostek and Helmut Fomradas. Rudy Fleischhauer replied for the Red Devils. Herman's Upholstery chalk* ed up an'easy 4-0 victory over the Knight Clubbers. Walter Dud«, Ken Rogalsky, Fred Guenther and Herman Kastner rifled in a goal apiece for the winners while Vic Willms registered his 10th shutout of the season in the nets. The Fire Department scored a slim 1-0 win over the Lethbridge Correctional Institute Mavericks At Holiday Bowl. Eleanor ’ Dorigatti also got the nod as the women's bowler-of-the-week with another spectacular effort ... she rolled 354. 273,273 and 366 for a four-game pinfall of 1,266, 318 pins over her highly respectable 237 average . . . Uw Mills took the men’s honors with a 371 and 841 triple in Civil Service, 148 pins over his 237 average . . . There were some big games in Commercial Men’s with Ralph Guzii posting 363, Ken Kurtz 345 and 809, Ralph Thompson 343, Fred Thomas 341 and Dan Finnerty 306 . . Bryan Dangas paced Automatic Electric with 289 and Karlyn Spitzer was high among the gals with 264 . . . Erma McGuire’s 292 was tops in Dairy Queen while In Bendix Jack Brown starred with 334, Garth Barr adding 300. • * . * In Simpsons-Sears hi^hs were Ed Rossetti 286, Bernice Will Esposito break Rocketts goal record? im: UPIII    kl«> • »Atkl rtf la HUI in tiu    1UU.7A MONTREAL (CP) - WIU ccAtrePhi) Eipoilto of Botton Brulni iMcom« tbe Mcond player to score 90 foili In N gunei? Will foaik Banie Hrent of PtulAlphta tie or $urpats the Nttloul Hockcw Leagtw moderiMra r«cord for shutouts in one ing season? These two questions giving him a totâl of 10,180 in bonus ntoney for the Art Rom y segnieitt of iMUviduil is Inibe last 0^ seuon. Art Roil Trophy is to t awai The awarded leyue’s top scorer, ibposito has annually lo the the Tt-game, IMO-TO i Ttw aU'UtiM r«eord of tt wai set ter the Utt G«om Hainsworth whUt with the nadieiM in the Hfune, IMS* 30 season. äposito'has been the icor-champion in the tast three Hartley 292 and Joy Lukasiewick 286 , Joan Brown’s 315 and 706 and a 285 by Elias Sawilla p^ced Alcon Heating with George Siegel’s 311 tops in Alberta Agriculture . . . Maria Jokuty sparkled in Holiday Village with 351, Beth Flak adding 3^ and Irene Lynde 294 ... In Pepsi identical 281's by Charlie Stokes and Joanne McTighe led the way with a 282 by Torleif Olsen high In Vasa Lodge , . . In CJOC Jim Lozeron's 283 and a 289 by Patti Skrettittg led the way, with Lew Mills: big 371 and 841 stealing the show in Civil Service ... Carol Hurt topped the women with a 305 and Byron Hirsche added a 297 . . . A 307 by Bill Willis paced CHEC with a 273 by Terry Prusak tops among the gals ... In Classic Triples Eleanor Doñgatü’s 366 and 1,266 was the spotlight seeker wiA Jean Christie clicking for a fine 386, Dianne Violini 369 and Bea Salmon 303 .,. The men were led by Ken King with 336, Ken Kurtz 306 and Tino luvale 305 . . . Week’s best In CPR were Pete Canan 296 and Elaine - Sinclair 268. Did purchasing the Seals remove a painful thorn? THE CANADfAN PRESS ■ The National Hockey League has removed a thorn from its side, but it cost 16.75 million and it sUll has a weak sister on its hands. The league said Monday it has bought the California Golden Seals franchise fr«n Charles O. Finley, an owner not admired by other NHL owners or his players. Clarence Campbell. NHL president, said Finie; Panda Bowl at Holiday is scheduled Saturday night from nine to midnight and Sunday specials from 5-7:30 and 8-10:30 p.m. . . . Closed rolloffs in the handicap division start Sunday. ___________ ___________ has signed an offer to scSl the S^dls "1 don’t want to knock him," said Campbell in Montreal, “but there was one previous deal on which he reneged. “So we didn’t want to take any chances. We made him sign the document,” “I don’t think a new owner here would naake everybody skate faster, but I think it would boost morale and give us hope for the future," sud Joey Johnston a Golden Seals’ player. NHL TAKES OVER The league will operate the franchise until it can find an owner and more than likely will keep the club in Oakland, debite a lack of fan interest. The reason; The original president of the Seals, Barry VC ^fon Gerbig, wanted to move the franchise, but the NHL said no. Von Gerbig filed a multi-million lawsuit against the league charging restraint of trade.    __ Observers say if the NHL allowed a shift now Von Ger-big might win his case. Fred Glover, coach and general manager of the Seals, in their usual last place in the Western Division, had no com- ■ ment on the sale. He is expected to lose one, or perhaps both, of his jobs when the club changes hands. The Seals play their next game in Oaklw on Wednesday against Toronto Maple Leafs. Their record this-season is 9-2M and they are averaging less than 5.000 fans a game, by far the worst mark in the league. Campl^t said the new owners should be “people with local orientatlon-soroeone who can respond to local opinion.” When Finley bought the Seals In 19TO — for M-5 million - he added Golden to the name, put the players in white skates, dismissed the front office staff, changed coaches and failed to attrack fans or produce a winner. Refusing to recognize the World Hockey Association as a threat and desmonstrating a lack of knowledge of the club’s problems, the Seals the WHA ana iwu mwic this year for the newer league. Alan Eagleson. executive director of tiie NHL Players Association, has called Finley “a bad apple in the barrel” and said me sooner the league ' was rid of him the better. Eagleson, who acts for several of the Seals, says^an explosive situation has existed this season between manage ment and players, “literally bordering on fisticuffs." ist year’lost nine regulars to le WHA and two more left remained pertinent today as the IW3-74NHL seaaon swing into Its second half with houi men accorded a good chance of setting new marks. Esposito had scored 40 goals in 39 games and had 83 points as the Bruins ottered the second halt. He needs 10 goals in his next 11 games to equal Uie mark set by Maurice (Rocket) Richard of the Canadians who became the NHL*s first 50-goal scorer in the 90-game, 1&44-45 season Several players bave line« scored 50 or more goals in wie season, but none had duplicated Richard’s feat. Esposito came close to a goal-a-game pace in 1970*71 when he set a record of 76 goals in 7« games. At his current pace, Esposito has a chance to become the first player to average two points a game since the first NHL season-l917-18-when Joe Malone of the Canadlens had 44, all goals, in 20 games. The closest man to Malone’s mark was Bill Cowley of the, Bruins- Cowley had 71 points in 36 games during 19*3-44. Esposito’s current 83 points give mm 16 more than runner-up Bobby Orr of Boston. Orr’s 67 paints include a league-leading 47 assists. ^ As first-half leader of the scoring race, Esposito receives $500 from the league, seasons and four of the last five. Orr picks up $290 as halfseason runner-up. Rlrtt winger Ken Ho^ of the Bruins ranalns third in the race with SS points, four more than left win«r Richard Martin of Buffalo Sabres. Martin’s goals. total Includes 30 Parent recorded his eighth shutout as the Flyers reached the half-way mark. 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