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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tussdsy, March 2t, 1974-TH f LETHMIDOE HfRALD-11 Bowling banter Longhorn lawyer At Capri Bowl, Linda Malcomson, fast becoming one of Lethbridge's top bowlers, earned the women's bowler of the week laurels by coming up with two of the finest back-to-back games in years bowling in Green's Shoes, she opened with a 176 and then roared back with 382 and 370 for a great 928 triple.. she'll be trying to become the youngest singles champion on record in the city finals this weekend The men's bowler of the week is Hugh Christie who reeled off his best effort of the year in Green's, and 264 for an 833 triple, well over his 209 average-----In the JCCA mid- season tournament, Masa Goshinmon, Its Tanaka, Roy Senda, Sachi Nagahama and Mary Thomas took the A team event with Lee Hargrave, Aya Nakamura, Gus Moriyama, Tom Medoruma and Fumi Yamamoto winning B honors Mixed doubles winners were Marg Fujita and Jiro Miyagawa with Jim and Tom Higa and Jim Yamada and Bob Senda tying for the men's doubles Women's high single went to Marie Hirashima with a brilliant 400, and also high triple with 820 and high average to Masa Goshinmon with men's high single with a 293 by Mike Tobo, high three to Lee Hargrave with 828 and high average to Gordie Tanaka with makes club's bid In. YBC action, tops in Jet Play, were Sandra Ferguson 185, Laurie Wishnevski 186, Tommy Doyle 203 and Jimmy Okamura 191 Bantams were led by Susan Gelleny 223, Lori Chaki 208, Randy Paskuski 270 and Mike Tolley 236, and pacing the juniors were Tom Miklos 292, Marty Shigehiro 280, Pat Hamilton 263, Bfenda Christie 331 and Cindy Pedrini 267 High in senior action were Bob Hobbs 291, Addella Besseling 287 and Darwin Romanchuk 295. In league play, the stars of the week were John Kovacs with an 817 triple in Prebuilt, Pete Berthiaume 308 in Knights of Columbus, Bob Taylor 343 and 770, Bill Button 313 and Bruno Baceda a 774 triple in Gordies, Bert Mezei 320 and 814 and Bill Gorzitza 323 in Green's, Mas Shigehiro 308 in JCCA, Barry Tollestrup 3.86 and 776 and Ed Henderson 333 and 793 in Henry Homes, Karl Phillip 315 in Friday Mixed, Ruby Oseen 318 and Norah Hofforth 302 and 737 in Senior Citizens, Juanita Lingard 308, Phyl Harrison 315 and 773 and Connie Marshalsay 307 and 748 in Higa's. Wilma Valer 295 in KC's, Grace Vandyk 297 and 767 and Frances Harris 308 in Wilson's Junior, Lila Falkerson 325 and Grace Beard 305 in Speedys, Linda Aspeslet 314, Mel Amatto 312 and 762 and Treva Sobuliak 323 in NuMode, Anne Serbu 305 in Sundquist, Carol Fujita 326 and Masa Goshinmon 325 in JCCA and Jean Passey 308 in Henry Homes. At Holiday Bowl, Sam Girardi, who has enjoyed some big outings this year, took the men's bowler of the week crown with an 887 triple in Commercial Men's... sporting a fine 244 average, he clicked for and 328. Special mention to YBC trundler Brent Chambers who hit for a 786 triple... Jannette Smith of CJOC stepped into the spotlight as the women's- bowler of the week with a 344 and 752 triple, 221 pins over her 177 average Also hitting the high spots in Commercial Men's were Bill Harrison 337, Roy Cunningham 329, Tino luvale 328. Bob Spitzer 318, Kim Kovacs 313 and 830 and Murray Westling 313 and Commercial Men's whipped Paradise Lanes by pins in a challenge match. Phil Legge with a 284 and Helen Higa with 267 led Automatic Electric with a 252 by Bodil Johansen tops in Dairy Queen Dave Nelson's 272 and 743 was the week's best in Bendix while in Alcon Eva Link had her best outing of the year with 320 and 764. 194 pins over her 190 average Elias Sawilla again led the men with '308 Dorothy Hodges set the pace in Holiday Village with a 280 and Harvey Haines led Alberta Agriculture with a 294 Merlyen Bunnage had the high game of 263 in Wilson Junior High while leaders in Senior Citizens were Ted Ward 307, Frank Bernhart 305 and 767, Bert Madill 303, Betty Murtland 329 and 746, Velma Miller 281 and Hazel Wolfe 281. By TERRY McDONALD Herald City Editor A city lawyer made a presentation to Lethbridge city council on behalf of the Longhorns junior hockey club Monday night that left aldermen talking about it off and on throughout their meeting. Charles Virtue asked that council grant the Longhorn club a one-year lease to play hockey in the million' Sportsplex during the 1974-75 hockey season. The team was owned by local businessmen, comprised of two-thirds local players, and was guided by a philosophy that young junior hockey players should not merely be used as vehicles for a money-making enterprise, Mr. Virtue said. On those three counts, then, the Longhorns filled the requirements that city council set down last June governing junior hockey in Lethbridge. He cautioned council against letting "hard-nosed businessmen" come "waltzing in" from outside the city to "run hockey in this city." He even warned that such outsiders are "tough as nails." Mr. Virtue told council the Sportsplex was being eyed by interests in the Western Canada Hockey League the major league of .junior hockey in the west. He said the Longhorns, who finished in last spot in the Alberta Junior Hockey League this winter, could operate successfully in the Sportsplex with its franchise in the Alberta League. But that OU UOOKIN' SO AflOUT? NOU'RE ALWAVf ON ABOUT IN POSTPPFICB 'SHE'S QUITE A WELL, WHATEVER IT TO ON SHARE TYRE 7 ROUNb Marg Morris had her best night of the year in CPR with 346 and 725, 200 pins over her 175 average and her 346 is the year's high single Dan Paskuski paced the men with 286 In Classic Triples Steve Gangur rolled 352, Ken King 336 and a pinfall for four games of Reg Arnold 322 and Jack Smeed 310 Jean Passey paced the gals with 335. Phyl Harrison had 324, Jean Christie 314, Linda Malcomson 312. Eleanor Dorigatti 310, Karlyn Spitzer 306 and Dianne Violini 300 and 1.161 for four Bob Hanson's 276 and 264 by Jerry. Larson led Vasa Lodge High in CJOC were Jock Mulgrew 287 and 763, Rudy Van Ryn 284, Jannette Smith 344 and 752 and Connie Baceda 276 Edna Todd turned on the steam in Civil Service with 333 and 840 with the latter the new high triple of the year Jesse Burrows led the men with 298 and Roy Seivers had 289... Leaders in CHEC were Allan Brown 313 and Morley Richardson 308. The Lethbridge Fivepin Association will stage the city singles championships this week it'll be a 12-game rolloff with no handicap with six games Saturday night at Capri and six more Sunday at Holiday the Senior Citizens city titles will be up for grabs at the same time, four games Friday and four more Sunday... entries must be in at either Capri or Holiday by midnight Friday. Badminton tourney planned The Lethbridge Badminton Club will stage its annual open tournament Sunday. April 7. Entries for the one-day event, set for the Civic Centre, will close Friday. April 15. Competitions in men's and women's singles, doubles and mixed doubles will be staged as well as consolations in any events where sufficient entries have been received. The cost of entry is per person, per event or for three events. Mail entries to Marv Kirchner. 1123 29th St. "A" South. Lethbridge. ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues, once the toast of Na- tional Hockey League ex- pansion, pondered a late- season skid Monday and apparent desertion by a mainstay player. "At this time there won't be any definite statement in re-' gard to a said coach Lou Angotti in reference to a weekend walkout by right winger Gary Sabourin, who jumped the team Saturday in Montreal. "He left the team without Angotti confirmed. "He didn't make the bus after the game and I was told he went to Toronto to visit relatives." Angotti, who took over the team Feb. 16, said he and Sabourin had quarrelled over the use of newer players. "I'm looking ahead to betterment of the hockey team for next year and in the said the 36-year-old Angotti, a former centre. "Gary was upset because I didn't dress him for our game in Boston he added, "so I explained to him that I had to see what some of our younger players could do... He accepted that ex- planation at the time. "I wanted to see what Butch Williams and Gordon Brooks could do, to see if they could measure up to being NHL players." The 30-year-old Sabourin, enduring like the rest of the team his leanest season, was reported to be upset when Brooks, a rookie, was used sparingly against Boston. When his name was scratched from the lineup for a Saturday night game against Montreal Canadiens, Sabourin checked out of the team's hotel and left. Without Sabourin, the Blues lost 7-3 to the Canadiens and were outscored 4-1 Sunday by the Flyers in Philadelphia. But their troubles had begun much earlier during a slump which has all but dropped them from the running for a seventh straight berth in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Since Feb. 2, the club has won only two of 24 games. With six games left, the two- time West Division champions trail fourth-place Atlanta by eight points. Salt was poured into the Blues' wounds Sunday by FIGHT WILL BE SEEN LAS VEGAS. Nev. (AP) A federal judge denied Monday a request for a court order that would have halted the closed circuit telecast of the George Foreman Ken Norton heavyweight title boxing match tonight in Caracas. Venezuela. THC LCTHMHOOE MINOR HOCKEY AMOC. MESENTS A FREE HOCKEY RUN (Courtesy of Prudential Insurance Co.) A N mm. ALL MINOR HOCKEY PLAYERS MONDAY and TUESDAY, MARCH 25 and M ADAMS ICE CENTRE-Room 1 Minor hockey FIRE RESISTANT SECURITY BOX Stoat Walts And Asbsstos Insulation for Protsction Lock witt) Key Pakitad Bskad Enamel For OFFICE HOME, FARM Chinook Phont Labor Club Bees, in a tune- up tourney for this weekend's Mini Games, won the Great Falls Bantam "B" event over the weekend. Teams from Calgary. Okotoks. Blairmore. Femie. Medicine Hat. and Vulcan took part along with the Bees and Great Falls. The Bees won the "A" section title while the "B" honors went to Medicine Hat over the host Great Falls club. In their opening game the Bees trimmed Great Falls 7-1 as Frank Kogler scored twice. Singles went to Dale Kaminski. Allan Gepneris. Jeff Takeyasu. Myles Ully and Greg Loshney. Saturday night the Bees outlasted Okotoks 10-6 as Takeyasu scored three times. Ully chipped in with z pair while Will McMillan. Kelly Leitch, Gepneris. Todd Takeyasu and Bob Odney notched one each. In the final it was Kogler leading the way again as he scored twice in a 6-3 win over Vulcan. Neal Povey, Ully, and both Takeyasu "s scored one apiece. Vulcan netminder Mike Edor was named the best goalie in the tourney. In a pair of Midget games the Nationals blanked the H- Cats 4-0 while the North Stars edged the Lakers 5-4. Craig Brown, with two. and Brad Robertson and Craig Murray with singles shared the scoring for the Nationals. Greg Fox registered the shutout. Terry McNeely paced the North Stars with two goals while solo efforts came from Ihe sticks of Ross Malheson, Brent Horhozer and Dairy! Vogt. Sid Braak. Doug Kitaguchi. John Wasileski and Doug Pitt replied for the Lakers. Brent Belsher blasted in four goals and led the Kings to an easy 5-0 victory over the Lions in a Bantam "B" playoff game Monday night. Randy Rook chipped in with a single marker while Greg Mann registered his first sbulout of the season. Philadelphia coach Fred Shero, who commented: "If I were a paying fan and had to watch St. Louis, I'd feel a bit shortchanged." "He doesn't understand what I'm trying to Angotti retorted. "I'm trying to find out which of my players can play the type of fundamental hockey that you have to play to win hockey games." Taber gals win first gold medals The 1974 Southern Alberta Winter Mini Games officially got underway with girls' curling at the Coaldale Curling Rink over the weekend. Four young Taber gals made history, as they walked away with the first gold medals of the Mini Games which are a prelude to the 1975 Canada Winter Games to be staged in Southern Alberta from Feb. 11-22 inclusively. The winning Taber rink consisted of Cathy Krause, Mauren Ohashi, Cathy Saruwalari and Carol Ohashi The City of Lethbridge placed second for the silver medal while the third place bronze went to the M.D. of Willow Creek. Meanwhile the Mini Games will continue with mote sports events this weekend. 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