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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuaaday, March 19, 1974-THE LETHMIDOE HERALD-11 Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, veteran Steve Mezei, one of Lethbridge's top trundlers for years now, enjoyed his hottest outing of the year in Commercial Men's to cop the men's bowler of the week honors he battered the pins for 346, 326 and 281 for a fat 953 triple which was 251 pins over his 234 average Beneth Doram of CJOC earned the women's bowler of the week crown with 190, 292 and 216 for a 698 triple, 179 pins over her 173 average There was a lot of fancy work in Commercial Men's for the week Besides Steve Mezei's big outing and his 953 was the new high triple for the year Bob Costanzo cut loose with a 393, new high single, beating his old mark of 383, -and a 924 triple Roy Smeed had 351 and 825, Roy Chanda 324 and 803, Steve Pedersen 312 and 866, Ken Kurtz 292 and 866 And the Modern Body team of Ken Kurtz, Dan Finnerty, Bill Hlcucka, Steve Mezei and Kim Kovacs set the season's high three with a scratch total of In other league play, Elias Sawilla continued to set the pace in Alcon with 301 and 791, Jack Tremblay adding 295 and 727 Larry Barton's 277 and a 683 triple by Bryan Dangas led Automatic Electric while in Dairy Queen Erma McGuire posted 292 and 751 and Guilya Pedersen 265 and 737 Ed Rossetti led the men in Simpsons-Sears with 316 and 722 with the top gais being Albena Kirscheman with 282 and Loretta Karbonick with a 689 triple... Mel Marshall clicked for 293 and 769 and Leo Macht 281 in Bendix with Erma McGuire's 275 and a 725 by Beth Flak high in Holiday Village Hilda Bianchi's 268 was the best in Vasa Lodge and Don McDowell topped Alberta Agriculture with a 281. Cleas Schweitzer headed the men in CPR with 308 and 795 while Elaine Sinclair and Irma Oberg shared the women's honors with 286 each .Keith Seibert was the star in Civil Service with a 370 while John Erickson added a 298 and 754 Charlet Reid topped the women with 269... Harry Chapman, a long-time top trundler, headed the parade in Senior Citizens with 310 with Frank Bernhart posting a 276 and Hklda Bianchi 270 Leaders in Pepsi were Chris McTighe with 286 and Elaine Carpenter 264, and in CJOC the leaders were Rudy Van Ryn with 318 and 760, Jim Wright 293, Marg Durina 293 and Beneth Doram 292 and 698 i.. Al Smith had the big game in Classic Triples with a 383, Reg ARnold clicking for 318, Steve Pedersen 318, Bill Hamilton 314, Ken Kurtz 308 and Steve Gangur 305 The leading ladies were Karlyn Spitzer. with 308, Linda Malcomson 287 and Dot Anderson 283. At Capri Bowl, it was a great week for Marj Fujita in JCCA as she reeled off her finest effort of the year sporting a 195 average, she took over the women's high single and triple with 290, 360 and 277 for a sparkling 927 triple and the bowler of the week Norm Tolley put together his hottest string of the year in Green's Shoes to earn the men's bowler of the week with and 275 for a 944 triple In other highlights, Nina Elyshyn, bowling in Wilson's Junior Shop with a 158 average, clicked for and 287 for a 702 and Tom Smith, with an average of 173, hit for 243, 232 and 232 and a 746 triple in Senior Citizens. Local Senior Citizens once again toppled their Medicine Hat opponents in a challenge match, winning by 503 pins as Leora Ness 269, Gladys 'McGinnis 260 and Ed Linn 248 led the locals In YBC action, high in Jet play were Laurie Wishnevski with 189, Tommy Doyle 213 and Craig Ellis 201 Leaders among the bantams were Edwin Burwash 226, Steven Keiver 224 and Lori Chaki 246, while .in junior play Marty Shigehiro rolled 279 and 692, Harvie Pocza 290 and 807, Michele Maclean 258 and Bill Tod 274 and 666 Sparking the seniors were Ken Kurtz 294 and 812, Darwin Romanchuk a big 358 and 788, Adella Besseling 278 and Linda Malcomson 291 in men's play for the week, Henry Bechthoid paced Senior- Citizens with 286 and Bob Thomson was high in Prebuilt with 329 and 827 In Knights of Columbus -Lindsay hit fer Morgan Sparks 299 and 810; Bob Green 309 and Barry Rosenfelt 340 High in Gordies were Jack Jones 300 and 756, Andy Valer 314, Tak Katakami 340 and 859, Ken Malcomson 323 and 872 and Lino Chiste with a 761 triple.. Topping Green's were Bert Mezei 320 and 857, Gene Yamada an 840 triple, Sam Girardi 309 and 784, Kim Kovacs 316, Sid Pollock 305, Al Smith 340 and 840, and Bill Koskoski with a 766 triple Andy Krajewski paced Eagles with a 764 and high in JCCA were Wimp Nakamura 328 and Marty Shigehiro with a 780 triple. In women's action, Pat Plomp starred in Senior Citizens with 320 and leading Higa's were Emily Chown 306, Linda Aspeslet 301 and 759, Grace Franz 305 and Dot Anderson 303 and 805.. Barb Angyal led KC's with a 294 and Dora Blue's 304 was high in Tuesday Coffee In Wilson's Junior Jen Hegi enjoyed a big outing with 346 and 825 and Dorothy Sorensen had 305 and 833 Others in the spotlight were Marg Smith 308 and 753. Bea Ogden 293 and 752 and Carol Hall 296 and 785 in Speedys, Verna Volden 313, Peggy Forry 298 and 757 and Mert Qually 293- in Capri Coffee. Carolyn Wilde 310 and 755 in Martinizing, Nadine Kovacs 311 and 778, Linda Malcomson 315 and 755 and Eleanor DorigaUi 328 and 752 in Green's. Sylvia Andres 301. Mel Amatto 300 and 740, Marg McLaughlin 336 and Mary Arak 299 and 726 in Nu-Mode. Eloise Ives a 737 in Sundquist Construction, Marlene Praskatch 305 and Maryann Ferner 781 in Doug's, and Masa Goshinmon 297 and a fine 873 and Nao Tamayose 393 and 782 in JCCA. LUCE RECOVERS BUFFALO