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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednsiday, May 6, 1978 TH8 iCTHBRIDCH HERALD IS Bowling Banter AT CAPBI BOWL, Ken Malcomson garnered the coveted bowler-of-the-month award by tying the ribbon round a superb season in Winter League action on the final night of play in Green's Shoos, he blasted the pins for n sensational triple 'of 999, rolling games of 343, 293 and 383 it was the highest triple rolled at Capri this season and one of many great performances during the past few montlis by the young trundler. .Henry .Bechthold took bowler-of-thc honors with a sparkling effort in Senior Citizens, click- Ing for 322, 270 and a big 381, for a 973 triple. Isobel Orsten and May Hiebert qual- ified for the women's doubles challenge final by beating Gwen Edwards and Isabelle Bergman by 49 pins... they'll now take on Linda Malcom- V KEN MALCOMSON Bowler-of-the-month son and Lynne Lengyel for L the title. The big guns in the four-game Capri team rolloffs, leading to' the city final and eventually to the national final in Vancouver, were Ron Senda 367 and Bill Hleucka 328 and Mike Tobo 304 and Marg Smith Jean Christie 306 and 822 and Elaine Brown 957, with a handicap in all cases. In league windups, May Hiebert led1 NuMode with a 220 average, Eunice David high single 402, and Jen Hegi an 841 triple In Henry Homes, Elaine Brown swept the boards with' a 231 average, 333 single and-871 triple with Ken Malcomson topping the men with a 236 average and 823 triple. with Art Johnson's 358 high single. In JCCA, year's winners were Francis Higa 230 and Dot Miyashiro 217 averages, Jim Tomiyama 375 and Faye Urano 318 singles, Francis Higa 920 and Sumi Medoruma 804 triples In ACT, Norm Tolley starred with high average of 247, high single 393 and triple of 926 with Eleanor Dori- gattt posting high average 237 and high triple 866 for the gals while Carol Homulos had high single 363. In Hepp's, the winners were Stan McDonald 258 average and 882 triple; John Erickson 386 single, Isabelle Berman 230 average and1 812 triple and Wilma Valer 333 single. In Juniors June Taylor had high average 195, Vi Yurkowski 344 single and Liz Goczan 782 triple while in Sundquist it was Bea Salmon with a 227 average and 862 triple and Linda Hovey 372 single. In Young Adults Randy Wolstoncroft was the star with a 241 average, 358 single and 902 triple with Linda Malcomson the top gal with a sweep, 214 average, 314 single and 765 triple. AT GLENDALE BOWL, Carol Becker grabbed the spot- light by being named boyler-of-the-month for her fine effort in Higa's. she came up with 314, 226 and 346 for an 885 triple, 302 big pins over her regular aver- age and a personal career high. Bowler-of-the-week honors went to Lil Holt who exceeded her average by 170 pins in Tracy's, hitting for 227, 206 and 232 for 665 triple YBC Winter League action has wound up with Brenda Fed- ersen sporting the high girls' average of 207 and high double of 536 in the junior section Brian Anderson bad high average for the boys with 204 with Dave Barton's 542 high double. High jingles went to Gordon Zabel 337 and Deb- bie Calhoun 316. In the senior division, Ross Allsnp posted the high average with Don CasseU MBh JIT t -nn TH ,-1 Bowler-flf-the-month double of 620 and Richard Andreachuk high single 339 Glendale's four top teams have been determined for the city zone rolloff May 17, the Canadian final hi Vancouver the prize .for the eventual win- ner. House champs were Pin Poppers from Higa's, Alley Cats from Kimura's second, Yo Yo's from South-Alta (Wrd and Susa Belles from Tracy's fourth. In league windups, Francis Wright led CHEC with a 238 average and 878 triple with H.C. Brown and Yutaka Urano tying for high single of 366. Bea Salmon paced the gals by taking three titles, high average of 236, high three of 824 and high single of 368. League team winners were Casey and Florence DeJager, Charlie and Edna White- foot, Matt Simons and Steve Saler. In Kimura's, Nick and Jean Virginillo, Jerry Graystock and Diane and1 Wayne Michaelis took the team crown. In Higa's, Lorna Bangh Vera Allsop, Marian McNeely, Eloise Ives and Elaine Wright were the team winners. Dot Bulpitt and Barb Wolstoncroft tied for high average at 214 with Dot Bulpitt sporting high three of 838 and high single of 365. In Park Plaza, Steve and Mary Mezei, Jean May, Ken King Bill Persley won team honors. individual winners were Ken King 249 and Dena Smith 226 Steve Mezei 943 and Dianne Violini 848 triples, Ernie Frtche 420 and Dena Smith 340 singles. The YBC junior-senior league champions were Rod Barnett, Kelly Vaykovich, Brian Ander- son, Dave Barton and John Barraclough. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE AB R H re a ,a Carty, All......92 __ Perez, CIn 95 24 39 .411 Money, Phil.....73 1! 2? .297 Clemente, Pit 78 8 30 .385 DietZ, SF..... 63 B Robertson, Pll 35 Grobrk'az, LA 59 Cepeda, All Sannulllen, Pit Henderson, SF a Home Runs: H. Aaron, Atlanta, 10; Perez, Cincinnati, 10. Runs Batted in: Perez, Cincinnati, 19; B. Williams, Chicago, U. Pitching: .Gentry, New York, M, l.ooo; Nolan. Cincinnati, Vs, l.ooo. 78 S3 12 31 ,373 13 .371 7 21 II 32 .352 t 20 ,351 37 _- n 24 34 .347 AMIKICAN LEABUI Al R H Pet Hopkins, Chi Jl 7 .373 D. Johnson, Bsl 71 14 29 .372 F RQblnson, Bal 73 27 .370 Wash McCraw, Chi Slroud, Wash Carew, Minn Oliva, Minn Aparlclo, CM KC 57 1 11 21 .370 I 14 ,ttt 1) 23 .359 41 7 U ,3J7 II a .351 74 14 U .351 17 10 30 .345 Homa Runs! f. Howard, Washing. ton, 9; wallon, Mllwaufcet, I. Runs Balled In: Alyaa, MlnnMotft, 24: Walton, Mllwauktt, 24. Pitching: Tlang, MlnMsota, M, I Mo, tlirM tied with 4-1, Brewers Can't Get Untracked Tommy John Getting A Break By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The ball is beginning to bounce right for Tommy John and Chicago White Sox, but Gene Brabender and Milwaukee Brewers still get nothing but bad hops. John, backed by five double plays, hurled the White Sox past Cleveland Indians 2-1 Tuesday night for their fourth American League victory in the last five games. The Chicago left-hander has won his last two starts arter a string of five straight set- backs. Brabender pitched five per- fect innings, then was raked for five runs in the sixth, as Boston Red Sox blanked Milwaukee 6 behind Sonny Sieberl's threo-hit ter, extending the Brewers los ing streak to nine games. In other league action, Tony Oliva powered Minnesota Twins to an 8-5 verdict over Detroit Ti gers, Baltimore Orioles rod four home runs to a 7-3 victory over Kansas City Royals, Oak Braves Trounce Pittsburgh Clete Boyer Explodes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clete Bo'yer doesn't want to set the world on start a little flame in Chief Noc-a- homa's tepee. Boyer exploded two homers out of spacious Atlanta Stadium Tuesday night to lead the Braves' 12-6 victory over Pilts- .burgh Pirates and that set off the fireworks in the left field tent of the team's colorful mas- cot. Noc-a-homa rejoices with ex- ploding fireworks in the tent and then a crowd-pleasing war dance outside everytime the home team hits one out. Boyer's two shots, and Hank Aaron's homer kept him twitching Tues- day night. "Two homers, that's hard to believe, isn't said Boyer, better known for his fielding ex- ploits at third base than his long-ball hitting. The home run ball bounced around the rest of the National League as San Diego Padres stopped Philadelphia Phillies 11-8, Cincinnati Reds turned back St. Louis Cardinals 5-1, Houston Astros dropped Chicago Cubs 3-1, Los Angeles Angels trimmed New York Mets 4-0 and San Francisco Giants beat Montreal Expos 4-1. HANK STILL HAMMERIN' Aaron's homer was the 10th this year and 564th of his fabu- lous career. He also is only 14 away from the magic career mark. Aaron's two-run blow capped a seven-run first inning for the Braves that actually decided the issue. Hoyt Wilhelm made his W8th appearance, bailing out Braves' starter and winner George Stone in the seventh. Clarence G as t o n's two-run jomer keyed a four-run ninth ;hat propelled San Diego over Philadelphia. The Padres bat- tled back after the Phillies scored seven runs in the open- frame and bolted ahead when Steve Huntz hit a leadoff double in the ninth and Gaston unloaded his fourth homer. Lee May and Bobby Tolan .ashed homers in support of Wayne Simpson's three-hit pitching as Cincinnati swept to Stamps Ink McMillan CALGARY (CP) -Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference today an- nounced the signing of Terry McMillan, a new import quar- terback. McMillan, sit feet one inch and 190 pounds, led the Univer- sity of Missouri to the Big Eight Conference title and a berth hi the Orange Bowl in 1969. Mis- souri had a 9-1 record as Mc- Millan completed 105 of 203 ses for yards and 18 ouchdowns. The Stampeders now have signed 25 players for the 1970 season, including six veterans, 11 new imports and eight new non-imports. WELLER SOLD LONDON (AP) Chelsea, winner of the English Soccer cup, paid Tuesday for Mfflwall forward Keith Weller. its seventh straight. Richie Allen had his eighth homer for the Cardinals. Norm Miller clouted a homer behind Larry Dierker's four-hit- ter as Houston handed the slumping Cubs their fifth straight loss. Bill Grabarkewitz and Wes Parker each ripped two-run doubles in La? Angeles' victory over New York. The Grabarkew- itz blow scored Parker and Wil lie Crawford in the sixth inning snapping a scoreless tie. Parke drove in Von Joshua and Maury Wills in the seventh. Bobby Bonds stole three base and drove in two runs with i sixth-inning single in San Fran Cisco's v i ct o r y. The Expo scored their only run of th game on a ninth-inning home by Adolfo Phillips. Seeking Siveep Habs Confident MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Junior Canadiens star left winger Bichard Martin figures his eastern champions team will beat Western champion Wey- burn Red Wings in four straight games in the Memorial Cup final which opens tonight. "I'm pretty sure we can beat No Evidence Is Found By RCMP CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) An RCMP investigation into al- legations of police brutality dur- ing a junior A hockey game here April 13 found no evidence to support the charges, Attor- ney-General J. Elmer Elan- chard of Prince Edward Island said Tuesday. The inquiry was ordered by Mr. Blanchard on the request of Quebec Justice Minister Remi Paul after police and firemen were.called to the arena here to break up a brawl late in the third period between Quebec Remparts and Charlottetown Is- landers, playing in the second game of the Eastern- Canada Memorial Cup semi-final series. In a report on the RCMP in- vestigation, Mr. Blanchard said his "general conclusion" that Charlottetown police "are to be commended for the way in which they moved into a highly charged and riot-prone situation at the request of the referees." He said it appeared that 'much of the trouble" was caused when the Remparts "de- cided to flagrantly taunt offi- cials and occasionally disregard their orders while injecting un- necessary roughness into the game." Following the brawl, the game was awarded to the Is- landers who led 64 at the time. Andre Savard, a centre with the Remparts, was ejected from the game earlier in the second period and was later arrested when he went on to the ice dur- ing a shoving match. He was fined and costs (he following morning when he pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly con- duct in police court. Mr. Blanchard said there was "no clear evidence" that "po- lice brutality" was used in Sa- vard's arrest. He said Savard stepped on the ice in civilian clothes "and used abusive lan- guage to police who did not rec- ognize him as t hockey player. Weyburn hi four he said in an interview Tuesday "The name of the game is skat ing, and I don't think they will .be able to keep up with us." The Canadiens, Ontari Hockey Association champions have won 19 and lost five in playoffs leading to the best-of seven Canadian final, to be played at the Montreal Forum The Red Wings are Saskatche wan Junior Hockey League champions. Martin has scored 23 goals and 33 assists in the 24 playof games, second to team capbain Gil Perreault, who has 31 goals and 33 assists. Gilles Meloche, Quebec Rem parts goaltender, said Sunday after Canadiens eliminate; Quebec from the playoffs: "Martin has got the hardest shot I've ever seen. It's jusi phenomenal." While Martin and many of Ms team-mates are looking for a sweep against Weyburn, Cana diens general manager Phi! Wimmer is being cautious. "They must have a good team if they are in the nationa said Wimmer, "but don't think any team can match our three lines." Meanwhile, Weyburn coach Jack Dunn plans no special strategy for tonight's game. "We haven't seen their super- star Perreault and we under- stand there is no real way to cover him." Dunn said Jerome Mzareki picked up from Moose Jaw Can- ucks of the Saskatchewan league for the playoffs, will be the starting goaltender for the Red Wings. Second game of the series is Friday night and the third Sun- day night. Wrist Surgery For Gortlie Howe DETROIT (AP) Gordie Howe the 42-year-old legendary superstar of Detroit Red Wings, of the National Hockey League is scheduled to undergo surgery on his left wrist May 26 at Uni- versity of Michigan Medical Centre Hospital in Ann Arbor. Howe led the Wings in scoring this season with 71 points as they finished third in the East Division o.' the NHL. He suffered a fractured wrist several seasons ago and has since developed arthritis. The wrist has been swollen and Howe has been limited in iiis left hand movement. Montreal Bid A Strong One Drapeau Has High Hopes MONTREAL (CP) Mayor lean Drapeau left for Amster- dam Tuesday convinced that early spadework and a strong >resentation t o International Mympic Committee delegates here Sunday will bring Mont- real the 1976 Summer Olympics. The Montreal 'mayor left with wo blessings. Roger Beau- chemin, president of the city's chamber of commerce, told a oint news confere nee that )rapeau has the "100 per cent lacking" of the organization. Earlier, premier-elect Robert kiurassi assured Drapeau that his new Liberal government tupporti Montreal's bid. Montreal, Moscow, Lot Ange- es Florence, Italy, are bid- ling for the I97fl Summer Gamtj, while Vancouver, Den- er, Scon, Switzerland, Tampere, Finland, are in the running for the Winter Games the same year. Each city will make its 40- minute pitch Sunday, with the IOC delegates scheduled to vote on the sites next Tuesday. A six-man delegation from each city will make the official presentation but Drapeau said he estimates that more than 130 interested Montrealers will make the trip. Montreal's official presenta- tion includes a seven-minute film, still photographs, sketches and plans for proposed athletic layouts. D r po i u. Lucien Saulnier, chairman of the city's executive committee vice-chairman Gerry Snyder and Pierre Charbon- neau, along with Vancouver's Harold MontrMl'i Howard Radford, are expected to make up Montreal's official half-dozen. The mayor has personally canvassed IOC support in Eu- rope, Mexico, Central and South America in the last year. Wright is president of the Cana- dian Olympic Association, while Radford is past-president of the COA. Snyder, with Drapeau's bless- ing, was instrumental in bring- ing major league baseball to Montreal, while Charbonneau, president of the Quebec Track and Field Association, has been special Olympic adviser to the city for the last year. Charbonneau went to Amjter- dam early with a 20-ton display kiosk, six hostesses who speak 12 languages, and the technical people responsible for planning of Cutef land Athletics rocked New York Yankees 11-3 and Washington Senators downed California Anr gels 6-1. John scattered six hits at Cleveland, where the White Sox and Indians tied a major league record by combining for nine double plays. Luis Aparicio's run-scoring double off Dean Chance in the fifth Inning snapped a 1-1 tie. SAGS IN SIXTH Brabender, who had beaten Boston nine days ago for his lone-victory of the seasou re- tired the Red Sox in order for 1-3 innings, then walked Tom Satriano. Siebert followed with a double into the left field cor- ner, and before the inning was over, Brabender was behind 5-0. Reggie Smith's bases-loaded double delivered the first two runs; Tony Conigliaro singled another home; George Scott drew a bases-loaded walk and the fifth run crossed the plate on an error by third baseman Tommy Harper. "He's so tough on said Siebert of the luckless Braben- der, who has lost four times. "1 knew he had a no-hitter, but I didn't realize mine was the first hit." Oliva drove in two first-inning runs with his fourth homer, laced a run-scoring single in the third and added three more RBIs in the fifth with a bases- loaded triple, leading the Twins' assault on Detroit's Mickey Lol- ich. Luis Tiant picked up his fifth mound victory without a loss, but needed relief help in the sixth after yielding two hits and a club record of nine walks. Dave Johnson's two-run homer in the fourth inning over- came a 2-1 Kansas City lead and touched off the Orioles' long-ball barrage. Elrod Hend- ricks followed with a bases- empty blast; Brooks Robinson connected with one on in the fifth and Boog Powell had a seventh-inning solo. Weekend Clinics Set To Go This weekend will be a big one for southern Alberta base- ball coaches and officials. Lethbridge and Bow Island will be the scene of clinics slated for Saturday and Sunday. The clinics are sponsored by the branch of the Alber- ta Department of Youth, the Bow Island Recreation Board, the City of Lethbridge Parks and Recreation Department and the Alberta Baseball Asso- ciation. In Lethbridge, the. clinics will be held at Hamilton Junior High School both days with starting time the same, 9 a.m. In Bow Island, the clinics will be held at the Elks Hall. Saturday the clinic gets under way at 10 a.m. with Sunday's session slated for p.m. For further Information con- tact Steve_ Arisman of the City of Lethbridge Parks and Rec- reation Department or the De- partment of Youth at 515 7th Street South in Lethbridge. In Bow Island contact Bert Knibbs, secretary of the Recrea- tion Board. It is hoped that all potential coaches and officials will take part in these clinics, which are developed to upgrade the coach- ing and officiating levels in southern Alberta. HOGAN TUNES UP. Ben Hogort, a legend in own time, up on (he putting green in prepara- tion for the Champions International golf tournament which Thursday. Hogan, who has leg problems, is making his first appsaranco in two years. League Opens Next Wednesday A week from tonight the yell of "play ball" will kick off the 1970 City Recreation Base- ball League season. Lethbridge Creighton Cubs and the Lethbridge Junior Min- ers will do battle next Wednes- day evening at Henderson Park in the league's lidlifter. Eight teams will make up the league this year, the. same as last year when the league first began operations. However, there will actually be two new teams in this year's lineup. Taber and Pracher Creek have joined the league, replac- ing the Lethbridge Flyers and the Lethbridge Alexandra Hotel Monarchs, both of which have folded operations. Other teams in the league will be the Vulcan Giants, Enchant Horse Races Join Rodeo Horse racing will be held for the first time as part of the Lethbridge and District Exhibi- tion and Rodeo scheduled July 20-25. A total 300 horses have been registered for the event, and 100 new box stalls are presently inder construction at the Leth- bridge grounds. Several other new attractions will be featured at this year's exhibition according to exhibi- rion manager Andy Andrews. They will include a gambling casino, a "Water and general beautification of livestock displays and ground areas. Red Sox, Brooks Lions snd Milk River. Defending league champ- ions are Vulcan. After Wednesday's opening game, the Cuba will host Pin- cher Creek Sunday, May 17, in a doubleheader at Henderson. Cadmaii Planning To Move? RED DEER (CP) Alf Cad- man, coach of the Red Deer Rustlers in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, says he has the opportunity to get involved with the New Westminster Royals. Cadman said in an inter- view Tuesday after a weekend meeting in New Westminster that he has a chance to get con- trol or to get involved, but ha hasn't made up his mind. It would "have to be worth my he said. Dick Spring, general mana- ger of the B.C. Junior Hockey League Royals, the man who asked Cadman to New West- minster for the weekend meet- ing, was not available for com- ment Tuesday night. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES tETHBRIDGE For Estimates JACK FULLER 328-2515 FOSTER'S FOR QUALITY SERVICE INTEGRITY Half The Parents In The World Are Mothers And FOSTER'S Has the Perfect Gift for them All! May we suggest c Gift She'll use the year 'round t Diamonds Watches Crystal SILVER JEWELLERY from 1.00 up! WE GIFT WRAP FREEI Select Her For Day Sunday, May 10th! 'THE JEWEILERY PEOPLE IN LETHBRIDGE" FOSTER'S JEWELLERY LTD. MCFARLAND BLDG. IETHBRIDGE "OPEN THURS. ond FRI. NIGHTS TILL 9 AS ALWAYS" FOSTER'S FOR QUALITY SERVICE INTEGRITY ;