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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMtftr, March 12, 1974-THE LETNtRIOOE HERALD-11 Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Hana Snicer and Laurice Block earned bowler of the week laurels with their top performances of the year Hana rolled 210, 244 and 229 for a 683 triple, 245 big pins over her 146 average in Bendix Laurice got the nod among the men by hitting for a 339 and a 685 triple in Automatic Electric which sent him 184 pins over his 167 average In the Thomas Adams' national classified zone rolloffs two Holiday Bowl teams captured the crowns to advance to the provincial final in Red Deer April 7 The men's team winners were Don Farrellj Ray Fredericks, Don Bessie, Rollie Jalbert and Bernie Bailey and those comprising the women's winners were Betty Shaw, Flora Donate, Helen Myndio, Ruth Aldoff and Terry Prusak. In league play for the week, there were some big games in Commercial Men's with Ken Malcomson posting 378 and 829, Sam Girardi 376 and 813, Fred Thomas 350 and pins over his 222 average, Roy Cunningham 333 and 884, Kim Kovacs 322, Ken Leishman 317 and 813, Bert Mezei 316, Jack Smeed 311 and 817, George Snowdon 308 and Ken Larson 306 In Automatic Electric Larry Barton had a 763, the season's new high three and 178 pins over his average Elias Sawilla again paced Alcon with 296 and Jack Tremblay had a 753 triple while in Holiday Village Erma McGuire clicked for a 297 and 783 and Mitz Wooldridge 291.. Pat Michelson led Alberta Agriculture with a 280 and high in Vasa Lodge were Bob Hanson 273 and Leora Ness 262 Ed Carpenter came up with a 314 for the week's best in Pepsi a 264 by Merleyn Bunnage led Wilson Junior High with 264. LaValley topped the men in Senior Citizens with 287, Nick Bianchi adding 269 and Norah Hofforth 248 In CJOC Jim Wright was the pace-setter with 315 and 723, Jock Mulgrew adding 291 and 758 and Erma McGuire 295 and 779 Stars of the week in Dairy Queen were Eileen Carter with 302 and 728 and Grace Hill 306 Brenda Duce led Bendix with 309 and 715 and in Civil Service Keith McCurdy rapped the pins for a rousing 381, the season's high single, while Agnes Sinclair headed the women with 306 and 727 Guilda Bunnage had a -724 triple A 292 by Steve Ramais and 288 and 774 by Elaine Brown were high in CHEC Bob Anderson's 316 and 766 and a 298 and 737 triple by Pete Canan paced CPR In Classic Triples, Ken King was on the beam with a 339 and four game pinfall of while Jack Smeed was good for 321 and Steve Pedersen 358, Ken Leishman 331, Norm Tolley 323 and Bob Costanzo 316 Leading the gals were Jean Christie with 358 and Dianne Violini 314 and Linda Malcomson 344, Karlyn Spitzer 307 and Jeanette Smeed 304. At Capri Bowl, Roy Senda hit the heights with his best effort on record in JCCA to take the men's bowler of the week crown bowling with a 184 average, he uncorked and 304 for a fine 877 triple Isabella Bergman led the gals for the week with a sharp display in Green's Shoes she opened with a 194 and then sizzled to a 311 and 337 for an 842 triple... another highlight of the week was a 274-313-181 for a 768 triple by Marty Shigehiro who was sparing in JCCA In YBC play, the -Jets were led by Kevin Chaki 198, Stephen Craiggs 190 and Patti Stanton 179 while leaders in the bantam section were Pam Virostek 275, Jan Baker 221, Edwin Burwash 241 and Randy Paskuski 231 Topping junior play were Susan Nakamura 271 and 643 and Joy Nakamura 265, while in the senior division Darlene Terry rolled 340 and 807, Cherye Qbermeyer 277 and 687, Darwin Romanchuk 333 and 855, Ron Gretzinger 273 and 764, Gord. Besseling 277 and 734-and-Duane Guzzi 297A In women's league play for the week, Rose Nunweiler sparkled in Senior Citizens with 358 and 739 while in Higa's Maureen Ferguson rolled a 307 and Betty Bailey 286 and a 759 triple A 288 by Berniece Pavan paced Knights of Columbus with Shirley Jans' 327 high in Tuesday Coffee Valerie Serbu had a 293 in LCCA with Myra Malcomson posting 333 and Jeanette Smeed 297 in Speedys Leading the way in Morning Coffee were Joan Milton 329, Sharon Pratt 308 and Adrienne McKeever 307..' May Hiebert's 295 and a 293 by Myrna Tweeter led Martinizing while in Green's Shoes Hazel Bohivet had a 300, Dianne Violini 305 and 780, Isabella Bergman 337 and 842 and Nadine Kovacs 298 and 744 Linda Aspeslet topped NuMode Homes with 293, Jean Matchett Eagles with 282, Marge Koole a 732 triple in Sundquist, Helen Higa 313 in JCCA and Chris Guenther 289 in Friday Mixed. In men's action, Henry Bechthold led Pioneer League with a 294 and John Kovacs clicked for 335 in Prebuilt.. Lindsay Hamabata topped Knights of Columbus with 303 and 755 and in Gordies the week's best were Morgan Sparks 320 and 862, .Dave Smeed 318. Jack Smeed a 793 triple, Ken Malcomson 784 and Norm Gyulai 770 big guns in Green's were Alex Kogler 313, Lew Mills 306 and 794, Ken Kurtz 300, Rick Barva 306. John Rempel 304 and 799. Bob Spitzer 301 and a sharp outing by Sid Pollock with 376 and 871 Frank Gorda was the week's star in Eagles with 320 and 761 while in Thursday Senior- Citizens C. Van Wyk and Henry Bechthold both had 290's and 715 triples... Jerry Hakze led Henry Homes with 307, Steve Bartosek paced Bankers with 319 while highs in JCCA were registered by Nobby Tajiri with 306, Marty Shigehiro 313 and 768, Ken Kamitomo 305 and Roy Senda and a fat 877 triple. Maxwell fined CALGARY (CP) Three Alberta Junior Hockey League coaches have been fined and a trainer has been suspended in disciplinary action by league president Jim Secular Monday. Coaches Doug Messier of Edmonton Mets and Stan Maxwell of Lethbridge Longhorns were each fined while John Chapman of the "Pass Red Devils received a fine for incidents in recent games. Arnie Stella. Red Devils' trainer, has been suspended for the balance of the regular season and the first round of playoffs. Messier and Chapman were fined as the result of a bench clearing brawl in a game at Edmonton March 2. Stella was suspended for continued verbal abase of officials and entering a fight between players in the March 2 game. Maxwell was fined for what Scoular called "conduct unbecoming a coach hi the Alberta Junior Hockey League." The Lethbridge coach received a game misconduct in a game with Drumheller Falcons at Lethbridge Feb. 26 when he became involved in a shoving match with players in a hallway between periods. Lawn bowling The Army. Navy and Air Force Lawn Bowling Club will hold an organizational meeting Wednesday. Set for eight o'clock, the meeting will be held at the club rooms. Plans for the 1974 season will be included on the evening's agenda. CZECHS WIN PRAUGE (Renter) Czechoslovakia beat the reigning world champions from tfee Soviet Union 74 Sunday in the first of a series of warm-op matches for the world ice hockey championships. West rinks leading way, unbeaten ranks dwindle OTTAWA (CP) Favored western rinks rose to the top of the standings Monday in the third round of the Canadian schoolboy curling championships, but not without a fight. "These eastern rinks are out to get us and we're receiving some unreal observed 18- year-old Robb King of Edmonton after edging Ron Collins' Northern Ontario entry from Sudbury 5-4 in the third round. Alberta and Doug Bradley's Kelowna, B.C., rink hold 3-0 Elks' bonspiel all set The 1974 Lethbridge Elks' Bonspiel will get underway as scheduled at the Civic Centre Curling Rink Thursday afternoon. Some 30 local rinks along with 50 district rinks will take part in the annual affair which will feature three of the 1973 event winners back for another crack at the hardware. Last year's first event winner, Roy Johnson of Lethbridge, will be back to. defend his title, but this season the rink will be skipped by Jim Nakagawa while John- son will play second. The 1973 third and fourth event winners will also see action again while the only rink not back to play in the 80- rink 'spiel is Van Redi Mix of Medicine Hat. Last year's third and fourth event winners were Bob Sapsford of Lethbridge and Bob Hanna of Picture Butte respectively. The finals of the four-day affair will be staged Sunday at p.m. and the awarding of trophies and prizes to the winners will proceed right after. DRAWS 4 p.m. Thursday, March 14 J. Speeiman, Leth., L. Pavka, Taber; E- Porkka, Picture Butte, D. Russell, Milk River; B. Williams, Fort Macleod, E. Bauer, Leth.; Fred Krokosh, Leth., G. Todd, Leth.; Don Hipfner, Leth., L. Liebclt, Warner; B. Sapsford, Leth., S. Brecka, Picture Butte; P. Shimbashi, Taber, R. Neher, Picture Butte; D. Kjeldgaard, Leth., B. Nilsson, Leth.; M. Wobick. Barons, G. Unick, Lethb.; T. Nelson, Warner, V. McCaugherty, Leth. All Mams curl again at 8 p.m. Thursday win or 6 p.m. Thursday, March 14 G. Hamilton, Cal., C. Forry. Leth.; K. Maruyama, Taber, G. Mueller, Warner; B. McAlistar, Leth.. R. Orcutt, Warner; Tom McLean, Leth., N. Williams. Foremost; Joe Seaman, Leth.. G. Nilsson, Warner; B. Schweigert, Leth., K. Setoguchi, Taber; E. Baceda, Leth., John Barren, Picture Butte; D. Carlton, Cal., G. valgardson, Taber; Y. Kabayama, Foremost, L. Santa. Leth.; Ken Welsh, Milk River, Don Coutts, Leth. All teams curl again at 10 p.m. Thursday win or lota. 7 a.m- Friday, March 15 Art Atkinson, Leth., J. Bartosek, Taber; Doug Fleming, Leth., L. Piwek, Fernie; N. Quick, Leth., Q. Tokai, Picture Butte; Jake Staldine, Foremost, H. Wormer, Cal.; Adam Velker, Cal.. Joe Schandor, Leth.; Shig Nakagawa, Leth.. J. Ohashi, Taber; Mike Balaz, Leth., R. Hanna, Picture Butte; Norm Morris, Leth., Ken Noble, Cal.; R. Mueller, Leth., T. Servello, Fernie; Bob Miyanaga, Taber, Bill Morgan, Leth. All curl again at a.m. Friday win or lose. a.m. Friday, March 15 W. Johnston, Foremost, Hugh Brown, Cal.; J. Brantner, Warner, F. Balderson, Leth.; D. Mackintosh, Granum, Ken Blaney, Taber; W. Buis, Foremost, J. Hutchinson, Warner; F. Dogterom, Taber, D. McKay, Cal.; Jim Nakagawa, Leth., H. Severtson. Picture Butte; Lyle Davis, Leth., R. Bateman, Bow Island; A. Hougen, Foremost, J. Faichuk, Med. Hat; Joe Hunter, Leth., G. Druhan, Taber; Dale Johnston. Med. Hat, V. Haga, Vulcan. All teams curl again at Friday win or lose. won-lost records going into the fourth round. In other third-round play Monday night, Dale Duguid of Manitoba downed Peter File's Ontario entry 10-7, Don Pennell of New Brunswick beat Stephen Johnston of Nova Scotia 10-2, Bradley bombed Bill Jenkins of Prince Edward Island 12-4 and Gord Larson of Saskatchewan trounced Joseph Butler of Newfoundland 13-2. In second round action earlier Monday, Saskatchewan edged Nova Scotia 9-8, Alberta downed Prince Edward Island 9-5, Manitoba walloped Newfoundland 13-2, Ontario out battled Quebec 74 and British Columbia beat New Brunswick 14-4i In Edmonton, Manitoba outlasted British Columbia 9-7 Monday to reduce the number of undefeated teams to two after three rounds in the Canadian girls' curling playdowns. The only other foursome without a loss was Prince Edward Island. Manitoba's win over Saskatchewan came after they dropped Ontario 9-5 in the morning draw. In other third .round games, P.E.I, thrashed Ontario 13-3 in eight ends, Alberta cast aside Nova Scotia 12-1 in six, Saskatchewan held on for a 7-6 win over Quebec, and New Brunswick had to go an extra end to get past Newfoundland 12-10. Other results of the second round morning draw were B.C. over Saskatchewan 13-4 in seven ends, P.E.I, topping Newfoundland 12-3 in nine, Nova Scotia stopping New Brunswick 10-6 and Quebec doubling up Alberta 8-4. LIVE IT DOWN-.1 AMI YOU? AS A MATTER OPFACtT. I'M THE SORT OF LI Kg TO PROP, BUT HATE TOSS, 3Y Minor hockey scores Kelly Leitch fired in four goals and led the Labor Club Bees to an easy 9-2 victory over the Bantam "A" All- Stars in Mini-Games action over the weekend. The winners of the best of five playoff series will represent the City of Lethbridge in the Mini- Games. Frank Kogler chipped in with two goals for the Bees While Mark Roew, Miles Ully and Allah Gepneris added singles. Wes Findley and Clements Crowflag tallied for the All- Stars who trail the series 1-0. Meanwhile Pat Oshiro rifled in three goals and paced the Red Wings to a 6-4 win over the Islanders in a Bantam A match. Mike Craig aided the cause with two goals while a single went to Paul LeClaire. Greg Boessenkool had a perfect night in the nets and guided the Monarchs to a 4-0 decision over the Bruins in a Bantam B contest. Calvin Boettcher, Tom Burgwall, Darin Chaki and Glen Yacyshyn notched single markers for the winners. In a Pee Wee game Friday night Dwayne Blazejak and Barry Streliev each scored three times. Darren McLean and Raymond Taylor added singles as the Vikings blanked the Falcons 8-0. There was a previous error in the scoring. Greg Romaniuk registered the shutout, his third of the season. Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club Will Hold A COMPETITION DAY Sunday, March 24, Commencing at 9 a.m. Entry fees and forms must be handed in to Miss Ramona Shemko by Monday, March 18, 1974. Forms may be obtained from Mrs. Gwen Baxter. Competition is open to club members only. Although all parents and other spectators are most welcome. This is sanctioned by The Canadian Figure Skating Assoc. BLEMISHED PLY TIRES oears GUARANTEED against tread wear-out Personal Shopping Please While Quantities and Sizes Last WHITE WALLS Want steering control? Get it with 4 Rayon belts plus 2 full radial Rayon, plies. Extra deep tread for longer mileage, increased safety and better performance. at Simpsons-Soars you gel tha i satisfaction CM- money refunded and free delivery SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall, 2nd Ave. and 13th Street N. ;