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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ylco taj-e part [n Canadian championships Bowling Banterj Tuwdoy, January It, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 CAPRI BOWL, former city champion Ken Malcomson nabbed men's bowler-of-the-veek honors with a sparkling effort in Gordie's he's had some trouble getting untracked this year, but he turned in an 883 triple on the strength of 278. 2iO and 335 he's also in eighth place at the mid- way mark of the city singles finals and could provide an upset if he continues his sharp work Edith Voth was the winner of the women's bowler-of-the-week.title with a superb performance in Riga's she en- joyed her best night of the year with 320, 239 and 310 and an 869 triple which was well over her steady 215 average. Three new league highs were set this past week witii Pedrini posting a big 353 single m Knights of Columbus, Ruby with a 351 m Doug's Sports and Bernice Hartley with a 283 in Simpsons-Sears. All but one skater looking for upset By GORDON GRANT Canadian Press Sports Editor VANCOUVER fCP) Some o[ the world's best women fig- ure skaters Stan competition lor the Canadian championship today and all but one are hop- ir.g for a stunning upser. Tne odd girl out is Karen Magnus- ser. of North Vancouver. de- fending champion who hopes to add the world crown to her col- lection this year It would be a shock if the 20- year-old university student lost, particularly since a change in scoring is expected to help her. A brilliant free skater, Miss MacGiissen was never particu- larly strong at tracing figures, but this year for the first time figures will count only 40 per cent of a skater's total, 3urnmg i Flames up west ranks In YBC championship action, the bantams were paced by Tern- Hamilton 239. Geoff Krokosh 222, ilichaef and 202, Sandra Hamilton 236. Lori Csaki 224 and Laura Snow 268 Rick Mac- lean was the star among the juniors with a rous- ing 356 while Harrie Pocza posted 267, Lori Palmar- chuk 267. Doug Yogt 260 and Kim Prindle 2-53 In senior play the leaders were Kim Kovacs 311, Peter Larson "275. Cherye Obermeyer 320. Darwin Romanchuk 271. Nadine KOVECS 291, John Wildman 293 and Darlene Tern- 272. In women's league play, Edith 320 and 869, Shirley Boyd's 315 and Evelyn Shire's 295 led Riga's while in" Knights of Columbus Dianne Violini posted 321 and 739, Leona Pedrini 353 and Mary Wishnevski 296 and 735 Jen Hegi's 759 triple led Juniors with Eea Salmon's 749 tops in Speedys Dena Smith's 287 and 789 was high in Mar- tiniTing while in Green's Shoes Bea Salmon rolled 313 Lcrerta Kirbonik'i 306 paced Nil-Mode Homes and Dorothy Sorensen's 313 topped Sundquist Con- struction High in Henry Homes was Jean Passey with 305 and 757 with Huby Oseen's 351 and a 746 triple by Joyce Brown pacing Doug's Kovacs'' 291 was high in Young Adults. Nadine Special mention this week to Joyce Brown boasting a 179 average in Doug's, she rolled a con- sistent 274, 234 and 238 for a 746 triple. MONTREAL fCP) Atlanta Flsmes, given iiaie charce for success by most i pundits, cc-ntizue deter- mined bid for a playoff berth n the National Hockey League's i V.esi Division. And judgir.g from Lheir per- iormance of late, the firs-year Fiames appear ber.: or. giving Clr.cago Black Hawks a fight 1 for first place in the West. j One week ago. the Flames i were ia third place, one pom; I behind Mirriescta Ncrth nine bshind Chicago. Then they won their three beating the E'nfe 5-2. Toronto Maple Leafs 1-0 and i Los Angeles Kings 4-1. Meanwhile, the Chicago club rncr.aged only one tie in three g-.mes last week, losing two I while Minneso'.a wort one. lost one and tied two. NOT SPECTACULAR i As a result the Flames over-' took tie .North Stars for second p'-ace and whittled Chicago's i i first-place lead to four points. i The Kawks have 51 points. the Flams -J and Mirceso'-a 46. Vi'hile they are net noted for a did they lose by more than two 5cals. Ar.d latest scoring rarjstics by the NKL Monday show that the Flames haven't been beating Lheir opponents firepower. I Their leading scorer is vet-; erar. forward BA Leiter with 18 ard 19 assists, good for plLca in the over-all SCOT- kg race. Bui the team's con-1 shows among its nest nire withir 10, points o: each other. i COALTE.VDING STRONG I down from 50 per cent year. Another 40 per cent will come from free skating and 20 per cent from compulsory Iree skat- new wrinkle in the sys- tem. In effect, the change gives the strong free skater an Homiuuke, Rude are taking part Two members of the Leth- bridge Figure Skating Club are in Vancouver for the competition Donna Rude, 13 and Hark Hominuke 14. have their siehts set on finishirg in the top five in the novice mixed pairs competition. j According to their coach Dzn ihs talented I your? couple stend a very goes jharjces of dcing jus j that. rookie Dan Bouchard and Phil Myre each have registered two shutouts and. in the span of 21 games, have allowed only 49 gcals-against to move the club into Third place in the netmin- cer race with a combined goals- agair-s: of 2.72-125 goals allowed in 46 games. Individually. Bouchard has a 262 average, while Myre's there's no one IE Canada who can touch Miss Magnussen in that area. asked if the new system i v.Tiuld help, she said she wasn't: sure, bui acceded that "it com- plaee between the other 15 skaters. A I Canadian Figure Skating Asso- ciation officiEl said there should be a good fisht between RuLh i Hutchinson. 21. of Vancouver, SORRY I'M LATE, BUT IF -rou WILL INSIST ON Ms NBTATALL-I USTWE I'M RIMSN1 'IM UP TO SJIT VffiU i of all sorts ]25t i beaut? win was and Ca- Ln the In men's play, Reg Arnold found the range with 316 and S45 in Knights of Columbus with Jack Smeed adding a 783 In Gordie's. a flock of big out- ings with Doug komtti hitting for 359 and 83S. Bob Thomson 343 and 833. Ken Malcomson 335 and 883. Tak Katakami 332 and 850, Can' Tunbridge 331 and 858. Duane Spitzer 330, John Wildman 323 and 883, Andy Valer 322, Yutaka Urano 320 and 7S8. Randy Wolstoncroft 312 and 883, Bill Hamilton SOS and S37, Norm ToUey 306 and 830 and Bruno Baceda 305 Bill Taylor's 330 and 747. Bill Koskoski's 303 and 840 and Bill Cook's 323 paced Green's with Dobler's 326 high in Henry Homes Bob Senda with 335 and 754 and Jirb Mivagawa with 310 led JCCA Dennis Kisio topped AGT with 306. Boilers defeat Rovers easily play, the flames have devel- oped consistency. In their last 21 games they have losi only one loss in thai- last in none of those 29 goals a tlscwrere. centre Phil Espo- silo of Boston Bnrins increased lead to poizts atcp baividua! scoring to a four-goal. one-assist cut- bars: in a M win over Buffalo Sabres an "international last monti and fln- MJSS I and there are few i who would bet I against her. She scys she wants i the title badly and believes it's better to go to the world cham- HADL V DALLAS (AP) Quarter- back John Had! of San Diego Chargers was named Monday to the American Foo'lnaU Confer- ence squad for next Sunday's Pro Bowl game al Tesas Sta- i dium. replacing Joe Namath o: New York Jets who did no: re- port because of an ailing ankle. Hadl. 32. a veteran of 11 sea- sons with the Chargers. w-J] sharp tie AFC cuarterbackng with Dan'le Lamoica of land Raiders. at Madison Square Garden. Jesse director o[ the Fee. !6 meet, says the na- tional aiherr. will not b-5 played because staff find a spot for Darts CITY W.EN-S DART LEA6UE r Rings host Red Devils Liberty Boilers moved up a notch in the Commercial Men's Brooraball League sr-andines as they defeated Fiorino Rovers 3-1 Sunday night. Willy Brees paced the Boil- ers with two goals while John Vaseleaak chipped in with his first goal oi the season. Yaselenak. who hasn't seen too much action this year, was the scoring champion with 40 goals while playing with Canada Packers last season. .Allan Peroington scored for the Rovers. In another league game. Local 740 fought to a 1-1 tie with Knight Clubbers. Rudy Fieischhauer tallied for Local 740 while Bill Kelly repli- ed for the Clubbers. Correctional Institution and Southern Sigr.s also hauled to a draw with boii clubs coining up with a pair of G e r r i t Yar.desteeg and I Dwayne Strom notched a goal each for Southern Sims while B. Brurnraond ard J. V.'clfe scored for the Institute. Herman's Upholstery edged Sunburst Ceramics 1-0 with XYalTer Duda's so'.o effort ar.d Willras shutout goalie-iding. In the Final league game. Lhe Red Devils scored a M victory over Honda. Somewhere along the line it has io happen. The Lett- bridge Sugar Kings are bop- ing it will be tonight. i It, happens to be a uctory over the Crowsncst Pass Red Dfvils in Alberta Junior Hoc- key League action. Thus far this 1972 73 sra- scn the Kin.cs and Devils have met eight times and the Kings are still looking for their first victory of the sea- sen over the Devils. j tends to make mai- lers worse is the. fact thai Crowsncst Pass coseh John Chapman handled the Kings the past two years r.nd is giving the locals their lumps. The Kings will be out 10 break iheir eight came rircught against the Devil? lo- nicht at Henderson Ice Cen- tre at eight o'clock. Tuesday games are normally played at but the time has been changed on this one occasion. Miltita of Chicago with 60 points each. Lemaire leads 6e league in goals v.-ith 32. while Mikita is tie assist leader with 40. j Right-winger Rene Robert of i Buffalo Sabres arM centre Eobby Clarke of Philadelphia i i Fiyers share fourth place with 57 poists each, two more than Gil Pe-eault. Robert's lice-; mate at Buffalo. SCORING LEACERS G A Ptl Pm I V.J GOLT-D HONORED I SYDNEY. Australia (API Olympic champion swimmer Shane" Crould. 16. has been named :h? Australian athlete of the year for 1972. She will at St. Francis School, Los .Altos. Calif; February, so she can train L-. the United States. Chechoslovakia, next month and it's there that the scoring change could hurt Miss Mag- nussea. The world Trbde Schuba of retired, leaving Miss Magnus- sen and Janet Lynn of the United States as her apparent SECOND LV OLYMPICS The Canadian eirl was second in the Olympics and the world last year: Miss was third. However. Miss Magnussen built her lead on compulsory figures, finishing behind the American in free skating. The compulsory free skating will require the senior wcmen to rerform an asel. a do-jble axel or double Jua. a jump sit spin, a juim a fast uprigh: spin, and a serpentine srep in a two-min- ute prep-am. Miss Magnusser. will skate in the world charapiorsaips no maner where sha tpmarJcial skating union rules ssy a competitor who is in the top five at the world champion- ship is tutomarically eligible to compete the following year. That's why the second arji third places are important a: the Canadian ihe Canadian team will be allowed to serid two other v.-omen in additiori to Miss Mag- r.iiSSe--.. I XO ANTHEM PLAYED I NEW YORK (AF: Tne Star Spangled Banner, which has been met with something less than respectful attention by I some athletes in recent sports j j events, will not be on the pro-; gram for the Olympic Irr track and field inset swe-ied. plsy el BRADLEY ITE.UIS 'STARS NEW YORK rAP) BUI Bradley has selected by -ihe East cc.sches to play in the National Basketball Associ- ation's Game at Cni- cago Jan. 23 for ihe Erst time b his career. was announced it-day by NBA Comniissioaer Walter Kenriedy. 1 Bracky wia be jo'-ned by El- Hayes o: Baltimore; jo Jo of John Blcci; froTi Jacit Marln of ar.d Katiffman as nbsil'.-j'.-rs for the East squad. The ccacl-es selected Chet Walker oi Chicago Bulls: Dave Bag and Bob Tjiriie- ol Gail Go-idrlrh of Los Angeles: Thurmond of State: and Bob Dan- dridee o: Milwaukee. English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR Proskm-uak gives LCC Jerry Proskurnak scored at the mark of the third per- iod and lifted the Lelhbridge Community College to a M tie with the Labor Gub Athletics in the firsx of two games stag- ed in the City Recreation Hock- ey League Monday night Tne LCC grabbed an early on Greg Edeen's marker jus 22 seconds into Lhe open- ing period but Gorry Klinklum- mer tallied at the midway mark to even the score. After a scoreless second frame. Don Bruchet pushed the ahead 2-1 but Proskur- n.ik's solo effort pave the LCC a stalemate. Meanwhile in the second en- counter of the night, a throo- conl porformancc by Grant Harrington wasn't cjwugh as llx- U of L Prongtonis edged Ihirity Bottlers ;W1. WajTe Kisi. Uiianik. fniiih. Bob Harris and Hcrrb-Tpcr lived .1 conl npifce for tlw Kl 4-1 After the second period. MADE.TO. MEASURE SUIT (sold eliewhere up la 125 each) Come join the and save. You have a choice of the most fashionable colors and patterns. The styling and fit, as always, are superb. CHARGEX English Scotch Woollen Co. Ltd. FINAL SERVICE FOR CLEMENTE Roberto Clcmentc s t-.rr Ihreo sons Qtlcnd on in of 'lie !QIC Turno RICOH crvi four others who perished in o p'ono ciaih Dec, 31. TIT service held Sunday of San Juan s Hiiani Bithorn Svioi. i'. MI Ricr, CienT-ve Pi'is- ri.nirs. ,Ari Wnep'i-io) "We turn the world's finest fabrics into Canada's custom made suits" Centre Village Mall UTHBRIDGE Phone 328-8021 Oprn Thurt. ontl Fri. until 9 p.m. ;