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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBR1DOE HERAID Tutsdny, March 20, 197J 11'-.' A 7' I Bowling Banter AT CAPRI BOWL, bowler- of-lhc-week honors go to a pair of trundlers who mado the select circle tor the first time Gary Ward look the title (or the men with a solid performance in Eagles Lodge sporting an average of 193, he uncorked a blistering 391. single and an 815 triplo for his best effort of the year another outstanding per- formance was turned in by a former bowler-ot-the-week and bowler-of-the-month win- ner, Handy Wolstoncro'l, who posted his second 900-plus scries of the campaign with The YBC provincial family twosome tournament's quali- fying round will be held at Capri Sunday, April 1 with the winners in all categories advancing to the Alberta final in Calgary May 6 all boys and girls are reminded that they must file entry by March 31 and speaking of tournament action, tlia 310, 270 and 356 (or a in Green's Shoes Trc vo Sobullak got the nod as the women's bowler of-the-week with a personal all-timo liigli single of 328 m NuModo Homes, well over her 167 av- erage IJtida rMalcomson, the 17-ycav-old star, also en- joyed a brilliant week. In Prebuilt she rolled 221, 286 and 301 for an 803 triple, had a in YBC and came through in Young Adults mill 320, 270 and 303 for a spark- ling 898 triple a tip of the cap to all four. next adult meet will be the first annual Tournament o! Champions all adult leagues may enter four teams with qualifying play set for the week o( April 24 tlie top 20 teams will advance to Hie house final April 2D with the eventual winner cop- ping in prize money and advancing to the Alberta final May 27 in Calgary. There were dozens of big games this past week in men's league play with Gary Tunbridgc posting 305 and 890, Hog Arnold 326 and 812, Steve Pedersen MS and Bob Olshaski 301 in Knights at Columbus Vaughan Ten- nant again paced Senior Citi- zens with a 297 wliile Ron Desk's 303 was best in Simpsons-Sears Gary Ward's 391 and 315 and Doug McCarthy's 322 led Eagles while the pace-setters in JCCA were Mike Tobo 309, Wimp Nakamura 309, Tak Katakami an 843 triple, Bob Send a 806 and Tom Medoruma 782 Leaders in Civil Service were Steve Dimnik 312 and 804, Duck Tuk 309 and 768 and Hugh Christie with a 794 trip- le Dennis Ouerg shone in CPR with a 36 L and Dar- rclt Lagler's 332 was high in Young Adults Handy Wolstoncroft's big 356 and 04.8 stole the show in Green's and o t he r leaders were Ccc Beaudry with a 779, Pete Gaetz 307, Dill Koskoski 314 and 833, Jerry Areshenko 307, Cec Murakami 323 and 762 and Bert Mezei 32S and 760. Once again the big guns boomed ill Gordie's Men's League with Steve Pedersen finding the range for a 369 and 867 others hitting the high spots were Ab Paskuski 358 and 779, Tak Katakami 335 and 624, Bill Cook 327, Bernie Bailey 326 and 783, John Szovan 323, El don Westling 316, Steve Gangur 315 and 796, Tunbridge 313, Jack Smeed 313 and 896, John Rempel 305, Cec Beaud- ry 304 and 853, Baden Pilling ail 811 triple, Abe Enns 310 with' Bert Mezei also chipping in with a 774 triple The week's high score was turned in by Bill Hamilton in a pot game with three partners he had a left corner in the first frame and then struck out for a 420. In women's league action, Kay Davison led Senior Citi- zens with a 281 while in Higa's Marg Held rolled 308 and 734, Dot Anderson 303, Suzan Wolstoncrolt 291 and 741 and Lorraine Persley 294 Linda Malcomson's 301 and 803 paced Prebuilt while in Wilson's Juniors the lead- er was Nina Sindlinger with a fine 2OT and 811 .Grace Beard hit for 321 and 786 and Jean Passey a 756 triple to pace Speedys with Rose Crop- ley's 303 best of the lot in Morning Coffee Irene Lynde had a triple in Mar tinizing while in Green's Shoes Brenda Pedersen's 747 triple led the way Treva Sob- uliak's 328 led NuMode with Kay Wheeler adding 2% Eileen Carter was high in Sundquist Construction with 289, Helen Higa led Lcth bridge Banks with. 286, and a 270 by Elaine Tompkins pacec Doug's Sports Karly: Spitzer clicked for a 739 i Civil Service with Shirley A cxander's 748 best in CP1 and Linda Malcomson's 32 and big 898 triple lie featur in Young Adults. Curlers complain Ice not that good at Regina event In YBC play in the Jet division Derek Taylor had a 216 and Darren Swaren 196 High .in the bantam class were Tracoy Tamayose with Kim Tolley 192, Marty Shigehiro 266, George By WALTER. KREVENCHUK REGINA (CP) Mazinke's heavily-favored Cana- dian contingent from Regina was among four rinks which managed to scramble through tho first two rounds of the world curling championship un- defeated Monday, despite Ice onditions that United States kip Charles Reeves said made hoi-making finesse an impossi- bility. This is Hie slowest ice I've ever Reeves said after >reaking even in his first two James, a performance that left lim in a fifth-place tie wilh Scotland behind the 2-0 records of Canada, France, Switzerland and Sweden. Heat generated by an array of television and film lights and sellout crowds of at Re- gina Stadium took their toll on Urn live sheets of ice, creating conditions that baffled the cur- lers from 10 nations, particu- larly in the first round. Steps were taken to improve Hie ice for the second draw Monday night including a total exchange of all the air in Uie arena through exhaust fans and Canada with a IM waltz past Italy, skipped by Renato Gliezze, in the second round. Skip Werner Oswald kept Switzerland in the thick of things with a 9-6 win over Italy and a 16-3 trouncing of Den- mark, while Sweden's Kjell Os- c a r i u s bounced Germany, skipped by Klaus Kant, 12-6, and Norway's Hcliner Strombo 10-4. In the third round, at 2 p.m. (3 p.m. EST) today, it's Nor- way vs. Italy, Sweden vs. Den- mark, Germany ps. Scotland, Canada vs. France, and the U.S. vs Switzerland. A few things in NHL clear Russia bound Wendy Kasting, a member of the Leth bridge Amateur Swim Club, packs her suil- case as she prepares to leave for Russia. Wendy iofns three other Canadian gals for the six-day venture lhat will be held in Ri ga, province of Latvia. The event is Ihe an- nual Russian Invitational swim meet. Canucks, Falcons lead AJHL all-star ballots open doorways, but Reeves said they did little good. "It's unfortunate but this ice is basically he aid alter the U.S., upset by ranc e 8-7 in a first-round match that went to an extra nd, bounced back to whip Scot- and in the second round. UST FIRE AWAY :You just lean back and fire I -g as hard as you can. There's no kill to what is going on out fiere." Mazinke, striving for Can- ada's sixth consecutive world itle, struggled to a 5-1 victory I NHL LEADERS over Norway In the first round, but apparently solved the ice puzzle in the second draw and romped to a 15-1 triumph over Germany. Scottish skip Alex F. Tor- ranee who d isp osed of Den- mark, skipped by Viggo Hun aeus, 14-4 in the first round, also said the ice was the worst he'd ever seen and Mazinke said it was bad. MONTREAL (CP) Much remains to be decided in the last two weeks of the National Hockey League's regular-season schedule, Second place in the East Divi- sion where Boston Bruins cur- rently lead New York Rangers by two points is shaping up as a battle to the wire as well as fourth spot where Buffalo Sa- bres and Detroit Red Wings are scrapping for the last playoff spot. Buffalo and Detroit are currently tied in their race but the Red Wings have a game in hand, as do the Rangers over the Bruins. There are all sorts of possi- bilities in tho West where ftlin- nesota North Stars and Phila- delphia Flyers are slugging H out for second place and four other teams remain in the run- for fourth spot, Phila delphia currently trails Min nesota by two points but has a game Blues are holding oil three earns aiming for the last play- off berth in that division. The Blues, who have 71 joints, hold a game in hand on jos Angeles Kings who are four points back. They also maintain a seven-point edge over Pitts- lurgh Penguins and the Atlanta Flames. St. Louis trails Philadelphia by only six points and a solid win streak in the last six games could move tho Blues even lusher should the North Stars or the Flyers falter. About the only things which appear assured are that Mon- treal Canadiens and Chicago Black Hawks will capture their division titles, Phil Esposito win the individual scoring crown and Montreal the Verina Trophy. Canadiens iieed only one win in their last six games to clinch top spot in (lie East while the Hawks need Uiree wins in their remaining six games for the West title. G A P1s Pirn Esposlfo, Bos 48 47 115 87 Clsrke, Pha 32 62 94 76 MacLelsh, Phs u 47 91 3? 50 6? 1? 33 65 83 Si 37 49 8S 40 45 8S Conifer 294 and Troy Hove 241. Kalie Pedrim posted a 304 in junior play and Leslie Killins 260, with the week's best among the seniors a 319 by Linda Malcomson and a 274 by Baden Pilling. Milk River dinner date changed to April 14th Due to an overloading of ac- tivities in the Milk River area March 31, the annual Milk Riv- er Elks Dinner will be held Sat- urday April 14. Dinner chairman Bob Mat- Do you know that does service and repair work on oil makes of RECREATION VEHICLES! Let us prepare your TRAILER, CAMPER, or MOTOR HOME for the coming holiday season! Phone 328-4421 NOWI 600 4lh Avo. N. West of Iht Goi Company oek decided on the change ol date to allow for the staging ol other activities the evening oi ilarch 31. "There's just too much goin; on that he said, "It wil also give us more time to ge touch with more head table guests." Tickets are on sale from an> member of the Milk River Elk: Club for By THE CANADIAN PRESS Cioaltender Don Slephenson of Red Deer Rustlers was awarded 16 points, most lor any player, in a poll of Aibcrla Ju- nior Hockey League coaches and managers to take a posi- tion on the league's first all- star team Monday. Ryan Wccker, centre for Drurnheller Falcons, polled 43 to be nametl to the first Learn after he broke all league scoring records with 79 goals and 70 assists. He had previous- ly been named the AJHL's most valuable player. Calgary Canucks placed three player's defenceman Roger Bourque, light winger Mark Lomenda and left winger Dalo Eloschuk on the first team as well as their coach, Ralpl Burgess. Dale Booth of' Drumhelle was named to the oilier defen sive spot on the first team. Ken Kelson of Dnimheller although he outscored Eloschu! with 70 goals and 70 assists t 65 goals and 67 assists, finishc second in the balloting for th left wing position. Coach Jac Samuel of Drumheller named to (he second team. Edmonton Mets placed goal-endcr Ray McLeod and centre )ave Bell on the second lied Deer defencemen 3oug Gillespie and Hod Tordoff and right winger Reg Kinch wero also selected. Kuhn ST. PETERSBURG, last summer to ex- [AP) Baseball families. Bowie Kuhn said Monday Kekich and her two chil recent wife swap by two moved in willi Peterson York Yankee pitchers was Mrs. Peterson and her palling, regrettable and children joined Kekich. able" but added there was Kekich and her chil ing iris office could do about followed Peterson tc "In my judgment, the training, but the othe of the commissioner do the transaction did no reach this particular out. Mrs. Peterson re lie told an informal news to her family in Illinois. disclosed that his olfic "It's the commissioner's received about 100 letter to try to protect the image fans dealing with the in honesty of tho game. This and added: not help the image of the can say they were com I am concerned about the negative. There was nc it will have on young single letter which attempte It was the justify what took place." first official comment since said he had discussed Ih recent announcement by with the Yankee mar kec lefthanders Fritz and planned to talk ami Mike Kekich lhat they two Yankee players later. said third Doug Carlson. "All you're really doing is sweeping the dirt out of the puddles. "If you get a rock in the house you just try to knock it out. Tt doesn't really matter if you hit the broom or not, you throw awl pray. "We tried some (akeouls and hogged the rock, not becaus1 didnH throw our usual ta- keout weight but because the rocks just stopped in the water. HARDLY MOVES "Sometimes you hit a rock about two-thirds full and it just moved across the house a couple of feet, it wouldn't slide out. "When you're sweeping you splash your partner's face we're going to come out in our bathing suits tomorrow." "If the ice stays this heavy we'll all be so tired tiy the end of the week I don't know what we'll srvl Reeves, French skip Pierre Boan said the deteriorating ice conditions in the first round ruled out skill as a deciding factor and termed his upset of tire U.S. "just luck." France kept pace with rr, Boi....... ueyk. Box..... Lemaire, Pappin, Chi Hull, Chi MalVlich, M1I Martin, Chi Redmond, Del Gilbert, MYR Dfonne, Del Buf Robert, Buf..... Hexlall, A'.in Chi Bos..... Apps, Pgh Dornh'ler, Pha Stanford, Bos Cournoyer, Mil Kehoe, Tor..... Unger, St. L Drouln, Min 31 -16 81 74 3' 46 83 11 35 48 83 51 is S5 an as 34 82 74 K1 25 37 .13 80 19 24 -SS 79 10 37 40 49 17 50 77 132 34 51 77 30 35 40 75 47 16 49 75 IS 38 45 73 152 19 54 73 10 37 35 72 IB 32 39 7! 1 36 34 70 109 26 44 70 55 WKA LEADERS C A PUPIm Hard, NY -J4 67 US 23 LacroJx, P Jl 67 IDS 71 41 97 33 43 W 97 35 IS 60 95 15 44 49 93 10 41 41 91 87 33 54 87 13 .11 J5 66 J? 31 55 86 54 75 (0 35 16 34 U 17 33 '.t SI 33 14 67 ai 30 33 46 79 75 35 41 76 16 35 38 73 J7 41 39 71 32 27 44 71 lil 35 35 70 79 30 39 A9 91 73 43 68 19 49 63 40 31 36 67 30 71 34 137 23 43 M 61 P Hull, W...... Beaudln, W Bordeleau, W Websler, ME Cafiery, NE Carlclrn, O Latcssiere, H Skinski, Ch MY Pleau, NF..... Trernhlay, O HarriSMii A Buchanan, CL Rivers, NY Veneruzio, LA P CL Taylor, H Ferguson, NY Leblanc Sheehy, NE Palement, CH P ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE ST. Louis Lcs Angeles Pitfsbuj-gh Allanla California East Division W L T F A Pts 47 9 16 296 UE> 47 5 004 216 99 45 1? 7 779 1B7 97 35 It 11 235 71? 8t Ji 35 13 238 1J7 35 37 9 270 74] 5? 21 43 B 215 310 50 10 SB 5 153 25 l Division W L T F A Pis 39 2S B 756 206 6-5 35 73 9 238 ?W 79 33 37 11 359 2M 77 30 31 11 210 224 71 23 34 11 ?13 235 67 IB 36 B 231 243 6J 15 33 14 179 210 12 41 16 187 300 40 More sport on page 10 CAHA, Hockey Canada seek improvements Minor hockey program will be changed TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associ- ation announced Monday a pro- gram to improve coaching methods and skills at the minor hockey level. T. B, McCormick of Thunder Bay, Ont., vice-president of mi- nor hockey for the CAHA, said the main purpose is U> provide young players with better op- portunities for learning individual and team skills and proper conditioning methods. The program, operated by the minor council of the CAHA through its member branches, "will be concerned about Ihe fostering of attitudes among mi- nor players, parents, coaches, officials and the genera! pub- tic." McCormick told a news con- fercnce that Cecil Eaves, cur rently an associate professor and hockey coach at University of Windsor, has been appointed development co-ordinator of Uie CAHA and will be responsible for the ''co-ordination and im- plementation of the program." Program activities will in- clude the publication of a scrifi.s oi hockey skill posters, a serios of coaching guides, the organ- ization of CAHA-spoiisorod hockey schools and the holding of coaching clinics across Can- ada. HOCKEY CANADA HELPS McCormick said as the post- ers were being developed, ihc CAHA and Hockey Canada real- ized lhat there could be a dupli- cation of cfEoil and they agreed to develop a program jointly. "As a result of that agree- ment, a technical advisory com- mittee was formed which has on it representatives from all cf the CAHA branches, Hockey Canada, Canadian Inter- collegiate Athletic Union and from Sports Canada.'1 The committee, now with 17 members Init expected to ex- pand, "lias the responsibility of determining the type of pro- gram which the CAHA and oth- ers interested in hockey should develop and to establish prior- ities." The advisory committee has held two meetings to date, McCormick s.nid, and resulted among other things in tho for- mation of six committees- coaching, skill development, specie! projects, research, r3f- crccs' and education of trail- ers. Joe Kryczka of Calgary, pres- of the CAHA was unable CAHA could bo more involved WORLD ASSOCIATION Easlern Dlvlilon W L T F A Pis, England 42 75 2 33a 332 54 Cleveland 3B 30 3 261 221 Hew York 33 39 2 789 3.2 Philadelphia S3 39 0762393 M Ortawa 31 37 4M3 234 Quebec .....W 37 5 248 735 Western Division VI L T F A Winnipeg 41 M 3 3i3 333 AS Houston 36 33 761 2-14 LOS Annel W 3i 33 6750338 Mlnnuoti 35 33 3 332 243 73 34 3i 2 244337 7fl Chicle 2237WI 5 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division- W L T F A Pll sloon 45 11 11 316131 101 Flln Flon 39 19 1033427.8 88 Renlna..... 30 38 10 294770 70 Brandon 39 30 9 307 304 67 Swift Current 57 31 6 397 3J2 40 Winnipeg U