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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE March S. 1974 LAS VEGAS EXCURSIONS Priced from Including return from Calgary. 4 (rights accommodation, phw many axtraa. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL .CENTRE VILLAGE MALI_______________PHONE 321.3201 Bowling banter DIANNE VIOLINI bowler-of-the-month At Capri Bowl, Oianne Violini. one of the real standouts in provincial bowling circles, takes the bowler of the month award with a sizzling performance in Green's Shoes, rattling the pins for a 418 single and a 958 triple special mention goes to Ron Gretzinger, a member of the YBC senior boys' team who'll defend its Alberta title in Calgary this month Ron tuned up with a 390 and 944 in Gordie's Dianne will be a ROY CUNNINGHAM bowler-of-the-month representative in the Alberta adult finals in Edmonton at Easter and great things are expected from both in playoff competition Dave Smeed, who has been steadily raising his average, is the men's bowler of the week with 229, 300 and 295 for an 824 in Gordie's, while Jane Smyke, bowling in NuMode Homes with an average of 206, reeled off 10 strikes in one game, missing the seventh and 10th frames, for a 354. Bowlers tuning up for the Thomas Adams rolloffs were Gary Ward with 311, Jeanette Smeed 325, Bob Spitzer 304, Al Smith 326, Mike Tobo 304, Jiro Miyagawa 301 and Karlyn Spitzer 338 And Harvie Pocza, preparing for the YBC provincial final, posted a practice session he'll not soon forget with and 401 for a whopping triple In men's league play, the week was highlighted by Roy LaValley with 330 and Matt Bernhart with 326 and 754 in Senior Citizens, Shinob Tanaka 302 in Knights of Columbus, Bob Thompson with a 777 triple in Prebuilt, Ken Larson 306 and 817, Ken Malcomson 345 and 771, Steve Gangur a 774 triple and Kim Kovacs 312 and 760 in Gordie's, Gary Ward 317 and 825 in Eagles, Martin Houtekamer 308 and 813, Al Smith 302 and 804, Lovro Novak 314 and 831 and Rick Barva 322 in Green's, Ed Henderson 790, Ken Malcomson 774 and Greg Hamilton 328 in Henry Homes, Francis Higa 318 and Goshinmon 303 and 777 and Tak Katakami 310 and 779 in JCCA and Darwin Romanchuk an 820 and Ron Gretzinger 809 in Young Adults. In women's play, Hilda Tinordi paced Senior Citizens with 280 and tops in Higa's were Connie Marshalsay 321 and 763 and Juanita Lingard 303 and 749... Pacing Knights of Columbus was Bernice Pavaa with a 301 and in Jun- iors Shop Jen Hegi rolled 328 and 772 and Grace Vandyk 293 High in Speedys were Doreen Wilson 322 and Jean- ette Smeed 298 and 759 with a 308 by Delia Pearson tops in Morning Coffee Other leaders were Masa Goshinmon 749 in Phyl Harrison 307, Joan Jones 313, Isabelle Bergman 301 and 752, Carol Pankotay 300 and Linda Malcomson 310 and 824 in Green's, Marge McLaughlin 292 and 756 "in NuMode, Jean Passey an 818 Sundquist Construction and Masa Goshinmon 303 and 777 in JCCA. At Holiday Bowl, Roy Cunningham earned the coveted bowler of the month title with some great pin-battering He clicked for games of and 378 and triples of 951 and 878 to boost his average from 231 to 259 in Commercial Men's for a sparkling effort for the month In the race for bowler of the week honors. Dieter Bechtold of CJOC got the nod among the men with his best showing of the year he rolled 360 and had "an 830 triple which sent him 200 pins over his average. Linda Maicomson, who has a habit of hitting for big games, was the week's leading lady with 262, 313 and 358 for a big 933 triple and then added 239 for a four-game pinfall in Classic Triples of pins over her red-hot 260 average There were some big games in Commercial Men's with Bob Costanzo taking over high single for the year with 388 as he hit for an 826 triple... Jim Kato blazed his way to 373. Steve Pedersen 314 and 866, Bill Koskoski 319 and 847, Sam Girardi Steve Mezei 319 and Ken Kurtz an 808 triple. In Automatic Electric Ann Fredrick was the week's star with a 288 and Ricky DeGroot paced Holiday Village with 284 Sherry Clark struck for 303 and 704 to lead Alberta Agriculture and in Vasa Lodge Bob Hanson had a 298 and a 796 triple, new high for the year Bea Hanson's 279 paced the gals Ed Carpenter was on the ball in Pepsi with 338 and 781 while in Bendix Ralph Heitman's 297, a 295 by Leo Macht and a 778 triple by Garth Barr led the way Heading the list in Simpsons-Sears were Beth Lettch with 314 and Jean May with 294 Alcoa was led by Elias Sawilla once again with Deiter Bechtold's 360 and 830 were not the only highlights in CJOC dock Mulgrew found the range in fine style with 371 and 848 with his 371 the highest single of the year he was also 191 pins over his average Helen Mvndio led the women with In Classic Triples the men were paced by Norm Tflieys 357, Ken King with 338 and Steve Pedersen Linda Malcomson's big outing stole the show among the gals with Jeanette Smeed adding 333... Frank Bernhart rolled 301 and Norah Hofforth 285 in Senior Citizens Bev Swaren hit the high spots in Civil Service with 355 and 802, Joe AtnaUo had 297, Sharon Poche 301 and Alice Kolibas 292 Ernie Frache topped CHEC with 289 and Don Wardlaw bad 277 and in CPR Dan Paskuski's 277 and a 270 by Sheila Pasfnaki were highs for the week. Herald Sports On the rock Alberta skip, Hec Gervais, watches as Warren Hansen, second and Darrell Sutton, lead, sweep rock into the house during the second round of the Canadian men's curling championships at London, Ont. Held Saskatchewan scoreless for seven ends Gervais made it look easy LONDON, Ont. (CP) The Great Western confrontation fizzled at the Canadian men's curling championship Monday and Bob Dillon of Charlottetown upset highly- regarded Ontario in first- round games. Hec Gervais' rink from St. Albert, Alta., blanked Larry McGrath's Kindersley, Sask., foursome for seven ends while coasting to an 8-4 win while Dillon, in his seventh Canadian playoff, survived two in the 12th before taking a 5-4 extra-end win over Paul Savage's Toronto four. That set the stage for an early key game in the cham- pionship in the second round of play Monday night with P.E.I, going against Alberta. In other second-round matches, Nova Scotia played British Columbia, Ontario faced Northern Ontario, Saskatchewan met Quebec, New Brunswick played Newfoundland and Manitoba drew the bye. While the Alberta- Saskatchewan, Ontario-P.E.I. games were the feature attraction in the first round, Manitoba's Don Barr from Glenboro surprised Jim Armstrong and his Rich- mond, B.C., mates 8-4 with three in the final end after de- liberately blanking the llth to hold last rock. ROSS RALLIES In other games, Quicker Ross of Sudbury, representing Northern Ontario, scored five in the last three ends to edge Fred Wight of St. John's. Nfld., 7-6 and John Clark of Fredericton stole three in the 12th end to beat Barry Shearer's Nova Scotia crew from Halifax 9-7. Gervais, the 1961 Canadian and world champion in his third trip to the finals, said he couldn't understand why Sas- katchewan failed to give them a tougher battle. The Albertans had a 6-0 lead before Saskatchewan finally counted one in the eighth. "Larry was probably just a little nervous, this being his first trip to the said the 40-year-old produce fanner whose rink, along with Savage's, was rated as co- favorite to take the championship prior to the opening round. "Larry had a little trouble with his weight. It's happened to me a couple of Ger- vais added. He said that when Alberta stole two in the fifth end, McGrath "has got to play a different game." "It's always tougher to catch up when you're down." Bladettes advance The Nobleford Bladettes advanced to the 1973-74 Alberta high school "C" girls' championships by defeating St. Mary's of Cardston 39-36 in Taber over the weekend. The two teams had reached the championship playoff final after eliminating teams from Taber. Lundbreck and Nanton in modified single knockout draw. Taber St. Mary's Auroras captured the consolation title in the playoff series by edging Lundbreck 46-44. Susan McDonald was named the tourney's most valuable player while teammate Jane Pavka was selected to the all- star team. Both players toil with Taber. Other all-star recognition went to Carolyn Sjorgren and Shirley Sjorgren of Nobleford, Nancy Jenson of Lundbreck and Jacey Fox of Cardston. The Bladettes will now compete for the provincial championships to be staged in Fairview this weekend. Is he the greatest lover since, shall we say Joe Namath Secretariat has a big date By RED SMITH New York Times Service NEW YORK Secretariat, the most publicized lover since Casanova or, anyway. Joe Namath, has a date this week with a bit of fluff who has been looking forward to the occasion since Nov. 6. That autumn day, when the big red colt was to make his race track valedictory with a ceremonious appearance at aqueduct his mail included a postcard signed "Fiji." It read: "I can't wait" Fiji is a broodmare owned by Walter Salmon's Mereworth Farm, Lexington, Ky., one of the two courtesans booked this week into Secretariat's love nest on Claiborne Farm out the Paris Pike. Fiji will be either the fifth or sixth thoroughbred to receive Secretariat's favors, depending on whether she or her harem sister gets to the boudoir first. Since the Seraglio opened a fortnight ago, the coirs performance as a gay deceiver has had a distinctly international flavor. The partner of his first liaison was My Card, a daughter of My Babu and one of Man O' War's granddaughters. Ace Card. My Carti, won the Seiima Stakes at Laurel a decade ago. is an ail- American girl even though her sire was a foreigner. Since his date with her, however. Secretariat has romanced Gleam, a French mare who raced in England, and the Jap- anese-owned Rotonella, daughter of the Italian Ribot Secretariat's official studbook does not take into account the three morganatic marriages he contracted December with cold-blooded mares, two of whom are now in foal. It is too early to determine whether his dalliance in his own social class will bear fruit His stablemate Riva Ridge, who also had a fling with three lest mares in December without getting any of them in trouble, has began his career as a Lothario, too. He has been bred to three mares, has two more engagements this week. Stud grooms at Claiborne call him Speedy Gonzalez. So much has been written and broadcast about these two flunking their fertility tests that news of their current activities may come as a surprise to some readers. This is the situation: With both horses, laboratory tests were good in aH respects except one the presence in the semen of immature cells called spermatogonia Because of these cells, the three veterinarians conducting the tests could not certify the horses" fertility. However, laboratory tests are not conclusive. The 1956 Kentucky Derby winner, Tomy Lee. passed his lab tests without difficulty but in his six-year stud career he got only nine registered foals. On the other hand, two stallions whose tests also showed spermatogonia, are enjoying some success as sires. One of these. Reviewer, got 67 per cent of his mares in foal in his first season. 71 per cent in his second and 62.5 per cent last year: the score of the other. Big Joker, is 66.7. 85 and 85. "It is our unanimous opinion that the stallions will get mares in the doctors reported about Secretariat and Riva Ridge. They recommended that both "proceed with a normal breeding schedule" to reflect the true degree of fertility. Secretariat had been syndicated as a stallion for and Riva Ridge for The syndicate arrangements were terminated and supplemental agreements drafted. Subscribers who wished to withdraw were free to do so and their down payments would be refunded in Secretariat's case, or 10 per cent of the cost of a share, in the Riva Ridge, syndicate or 25 per cent. Mrs. Helen Tweedy, whose Meadow Stable still owns both horses, said Sunday that only one member of the Secretariat syndicate, Howard Keck, pulled oat LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITUl Uww UM! mi MHWtaf MM TO. PhOfW (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Hockey schools open June 24 Chinook Bottling Pepsi-Cola Ltd. and the Lethbridge Community will once again sponsor a summer hockey school. Called the Games City Hockey School, this will mark the second year for the three phase affair for Southern Alberta boys. Vic Stasiuk, a 13-year veteran of the National Hockey League, will once again be the guest instructor. Stasiuk is now with the St. Louis Blues organization. Last year's initial schools were a rousing success and Steve Arisman of the Community Services recommends early registration this year. Registration fee for each of the three schools has been set at per boy. The schools will run June 24-29 and August 12-17 for local residents and Aug. 19-24 for Southern Alberta residents. The first local school will be for boys 9- 11 years of age with the second for those boys 12-15. The Aug. 19-24 is open to all district boys nine to 15 years of age. Included in each school is 2Vz hours of ice time each day, a hockey game at the end of each week as well as chalk talks and instructional films. Mail-in registration forms will appear in the Lethbridge Herald Saturdays April 6, 13, 20 and 27th. For further information phone 328-2341, ext. 256 or 327- 1310. VIC STASIUK Clubbers trounced The Jaycees chalked up their eighth win of the 1973-74 City Men's Broomball League season by whipping the Knight Clubbers 7-1 at the Civic Ice Centre Sunday night. The seventh place Jaycees had an easy time of things with Hugo Brees leading the way with a pair of goals. Singles came off the brooms of Willy Brees, Tracy Dow, Ron Fabbi, Larry Veres and Keane Aldous. Rick Whitcroft fired in two goals and paced the Ace Building to a 3-1 victory over the Fire Department. Allan Pennington chipped in with the other marker while Tom Boychuk replied for the Fire Department. The pennant winning Welterlich registered their 15th shutout and 20th straight win of the season by blanking Sunburst Ceramics 2-0. John Vaselenak notched both goals for the winners. Local 740 scored a 3-1 decision over the Lethbridge Correctional Institute Mavericks. Gilbert Scott, Alex Michalenko and Bill Vanrobyes tallied for the winners while P. Griffin scored in a losing cause. The Red Devils earned the easiest win of the weekend as they picked up two points when Southern Signs were charged for defaulting the game. 1 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L 38 15 33 23 28 26 27 27 19 35 17 36 Red Deer. Calgary Edmonton The Pass Drumheller Lethbridge NATIONAL W L T F Boston 42 11 8 278 Montreal 37 18 8 232 Rangers 34 16 12 230 Toronto 30 21 12 233 Buffalo 27 27 8 197 Detroit 22 31 10 212 Islanders 15 31 15 148 Vancouver 17 36 10 173 WoM Division Phila 37 14 10 210 Chicago 32 12 17 208 Atlanta 23 29 11 165 St Louis 23 29 10 171 LA 23 30 10 174 Minnesota 18 29 15 185 Pittsburgh 20 35 6 177 California.. 12 43 8 162 WORLD EMtOtvWon W L T F N. England 36 26 Toronto 34 29 Quebec 33 29 Cleveland 28 28 Chicago 28 31 NJ.........27 34 Houston Minnesota Winnipeg Edmonton Vancouver LA 39 20 36 26 30 31 31 30 23 39 21 43 ;HA LEADERS T f A GAP 3 306 215 79 M. Walton, Minn 40 51 91 0 283 241 66 6. Howe, Hou 29 61 90 2 259 240 58 Carleton. Tor 32 51 83 1 217 201 55 Lacrobe, NJ 28 58 86 3 225 293 41 Connelly, Minn 37 44 81 3 223 323 37 Hull. Wpg 45 34 79 Lawson. van 41 35 76 Lund. Hou 25 51 76 A Pta Hinse. Hou 23 52 75 169 92 Bemier. Que 31 43 74 18082 Hughes, Hou 373673 184 80 Campbell. Van 23 49 72 189 72 Harrison. Edm 24 45 69 205 62 Morrison 32 35 67 26? 54 Mark Howe. Hou 31 32 63 20245. Bordeteau. Wpg 214162 243 44 Climie. Edm 33 28 61 Backstrom. Chi 24 37 61 128 84 Pteau. N.E. 22 39 61 124 81 Huck. Wpg 20 41 61 19457 Jarrett. Clev 283058 17056 Sentes. Tor 253358 19956 St. Sauveur. 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