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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta rmmf Bowling banter At Holiday Dianne Violini took the coveted bowler-of-the-year award with another standout 250 average was the highest of DIANNE VIOLINI bowler-of-the-year any woman in the she was a memb'er' of the Canadian mixed team she rolled 15 games of had a 915 triple and a for four games..a high honor for a bowler of high league in Civil Service men's high average went to Lew Mills with high single to Keith McCurdy at 381 and high triple to Byron Hirsche with 875..Alice Kolibas led the women with a 213 Mary Hryniuk high single of 337 and Edna Todd high triple of 840. In Ed Rossetti stqle the show by posting high average of high single 377 and high triple 892 with women's high average of 199 and high three of 775 going to Bernice high single of 314 to Beth Leitch..Stars in Alcon were Jack Tremblay with high average of high single 352 and high three of 842 with Ruth Aldoff sweeping the boards among the gals with a 199 334 single and 843 triple..In Bill Willis had an average of high single of 336 and Ernie Fi ache took high three of 86'i..the women were led by Elaine Brown with a 231 average and 919 triple with high single to Terry Prusak with 329. George Matchett paced CPR with a 370 single and 832 Marg Morris posting women's high single of 364 and Shirley Alexander high three of 756..Tops in Holiday Village- were Dena Smith with a 224 Ricky De Groot high single of 349 and Pat Plomp high triple of 828..Honors were evenly divided in Commercial Men's with John Rempel chalking up the high average of Bob Costanzo high single of 393 and Steve Mezei high triple of 953..In Pepsi the leaders were Ed Carpenter high single Karl Campa high three Elaine Carpenter women's single 297 and Jean Christie high three of 675..In Vasa the men were led by Nick Bianchi with a 202 average and 321 single and Bob Hanson a 796 while the gals were led by Jerry Larson 184 average and a 702 triple and Bea Hanson a 308 single..Honors in Bendix went to Garth Barr with a 220 Robert Kempenaar a 778 triple and 339 single..topping the gals were Betty Royle with a 195 average. Karen Borggard a 347 single and Br'enda Duce a 751 triple. Big guns of the year in Dept. of Agriculture for the Don McDowwell with a 341 single and 709 triple and Sherry Clark a 208 and for the women Alice Clark a 168 Paula Zielke a 220 single and Helen McDowell a 536 triple.. Karlyn Spitzer stole the show in Automatic Electric with a 228 average. 345 single and 818 triple with the top men Frank Donato a 205 Larry Barton high single 371 and Darrell Block high three of 800..Bernice Hay took high single of 331 and high triple of 802 in Dairy Queen with Gailya Pedersen's 207 high average.. Jock Mulgrew headed CJOC with a clean sweep for the high average of high triple of 902 and high single of 371..Eleanor Fenton's 214 average paced the Edna Whitefoot had high single of 350 and Marlene Tremel high triple of 775. .In Senior Frank Bernhart posted high average of 220 and high single of 347 with an 869 triple by Nick Bianchi tops..among the women Velma Miller had high average of Betty Murtland high three of 785 and Kathleen Bernhart high single of 265..Classic Triples winners were. Reg Arnold and Jack Smeed tying for high average of 263. Bob Costanzo high four of and Ken Kurtz high single of 433..the gals were paced by Dianne Violini with her 250 a four by Karlyn Spitzer and a 418 single by Jeanette Smeed. Cougars capitalized TORONTO plan was to play for the when they we said player- coach Pat Stapleton of Chicago's 5-2 victory over Toronto Toros Monday night that sent the Cougars into the Wor-ld' Hockey Association final against Houston-Aeros. The best-of-seven series opens in Chicago's seat Amphitheatre Sunday. Sunday. Tom Simpson of Toronto scored the only goal of the first a wrist shot that slipped through the legs of Chicago goalie Andre Gill. Bob Liddington sent a back- hander into the Toronto net off defenceman Carl who had attempted to deflect the after 39 seconds of play in-the second. Then Jan Popiel put Chicago in front by shooting the puck over Toros' goalie Gilles who was prone on the ice at the mark. Bob Sicinski was awarded Chicago's third goal when the Toro's' Guy Trottier deflected the puck into his own net and Darryl Maggs made it 4-1 by deflecting Rod Zaine's centring pass past Gratton. Liddington got the other assist on the play. Chicago's Duke Harris and Toronto's Rick Sentes traded third-period goals. Remaining dates for the fi- At May at May at May at May if at Chi- May if at May if necessary. played better than we Toros' coach Billy Harris conceded. were a better team and healthier. But I'm not disappointed with the Toros' effort-under the circumstances. In I'm proud of As an Harris called centre Wayne Carleton's performance ''He couldn't but he wanted to play tonight. He took treatment all day for an injured leg and a sore back which was strapped before the Triple crown winner Joe Meli of the Lethbridge YMCA Judo Club was at his best in the 1974 provincial judo championship finals staged at the local YMCA over the weekend. Meli was named the grand champion of the two-day finals and he carted away the Kaidai Senda Memorial Challenge Consul General of Japan trophy and the Katsuta trophy for his efforts. Meli won the black belt middleweight title by up- setting the current Canadian class champion Phil Illingsworth of Lethbridge. Northmen give up home in Toronto for Memphis TORONTO The first down for Toronto Northmen of the World Football League will be in the Memorial Stadium in Tenn. John F. president of the said Monday night in an interview that he abandoned plans to play in To- ronto's CNE Stadium as soon as he was informed that the city parks commission in Memphis voted to lease their stadium to his team. be moving the fran- chise the moment the lease is formally Bassett said. The owners of the North- name will likely be changed to the be joined in Memphis by a group headed by country singing star Charlie Rich as partners. group will retain con- trolling of Bassett said. will have a five-year lease with an option for another five The Memphis city parks commission's decision might have dashed the city's hopes of obtaining a National Football League expansion franchise. Grain millionaire E. W. Cook said before the approval that the grant of the lease would mean the NFL would not be interested in moving to Memphis. The NFL has said Memphis was one of four cities under consideration for an expansion franchise. Bassett was bitter about legislation introduced by Health and Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde designed to bar WFL teams from Canada. team may but I am sure there will be others in the WFL that will eventually come into Bassett said. an election is I hope the people of Toronto will remember that Lalonde denied them football of a superior Lalonde's which bars any United States football league from has passed second reading and now is being considered in committee. As for raiding Canadian Football League including Toronto Bassett gloves are off went to every ex- tent to protect-the CFL but as far as I am concerned that game is over. would never return this team to Canada. The Northmen now belong to the people of Training camp will begin June 1 in Memphis with a squad of 119 Bassett said. The commission voted 3-1 to approve a lease under which Toronto would have preference of playing dates in Memorial Stadium for the next 10 years. THEN CHANGE PLACE'S WITH THIS BELL WON'T STOP NAME IT. I CAN FIX IT Trades pay dividends for Yankees THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The best baseball trade is supposed to be one that helps both clubs. For the time the recent seven-player American League swap between Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees is a good one. Fritz who was sent from New York to yielded eight hits but only three runs in six innings and notched his second victory since the April 26 deal as the Indians whipped California Angels 5-3 Monday night. Dick who came from Cleveland to New made his first start for the Yankees and scattered nine hits in eight picking up a 6-4 triumph over Texas Rangers. San. Diego Padres edged Philadelphia Phillies 7-6 in the only National League contest for unbeaten rookie Dave Freisleben's third Baltimore Orioles downed Oakland Athletics 6-3 and Detroit Tigers nipped Chicago White Sox 5-4. Two National League games were rained Angeles Dodgers at Montreal Expos and San Francisco Giants at New York Mets. Oscar Gamble drove in two runs with a homer and double and Buddy Bell also homered for and then started a decisive two-run fifth inning with a single as the Indians snapped the Angels' six-game winning streak. Peterson blanked the Angels until the fifth when Dave Chalk Bobby Valentine singled and Frank Robinson homered. He gave way to Milt Wilcox at the start of the seventh. would have enjoyed going he I know I haven't pitched that many in- nings this year. I'm dis- appointed I didn't go but three starts from now I'll really feei The Yankees won when Jim who batted Texas back from an early four-run deficit with an RBI single and three-run committed a two-base throwing error in the seventh inning that led to a pair of unearned driven in by Bobby Murcer's single and Ron Blomberg's infield out. Fred Kendall drove in three runs for the Padres with a home run and and Nate Colbert knocked in three with a single and double to help who needed help from Rich Troedson in the seventh inning and Vicente Romo in the ninth. a 22-year-old yielded six hits and four earned runs in 6 1-3 innings after pitching complete game four-hitters in his first two appearances. Pinch-hitter Dick Sharon drove in the tying run with a grounder in the seventh then stole second and scored Detroit's winning run on a single by Jerry ending Chicago's five-game winning streak. Jim who homered for Tigers' first three started the winning rally with a single. Pat Kelly and Ed Herrmann homered for the White Sox. Brooks Robinson rapped out four straight hits and drove in a pair of and Paul Blair hit a two-run homer to help Baltimore snap a five-game losing streak and give Mike Cuellar his first pitching victory of the season. Robinson singled a run home in the third inning and doubled another across in the fifth. who singled and scored in tha first homered in the sixth. Cuellar allowed seven including consecutive first inning homers' by Joe Rudi and Reggie Jackson. It was Jackson's llth of the SAFETY Make sure you can stop t us check brakes your If will install Genuine GM Brake shoes and linings They're beat for your car and they fit without fiddling tralRMl ixprts MalnUnai rllan nee BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT and 8th 8. 328-1101 Slowpitch under way The 1974 Lethbridge Commercial Men's Slowpitch League season officially got underway with four games Monday night. This year the LCMSPL will carry 16 teams divided into two equal divisions. All A division games will be played at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute grounds while B division tilts are slated for George McKillop School. 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Philadelphia will meet Boston Bruins at MDT tonight in the first game of their best-of-seven final. The game will be shown in Canada by the CBC television network. The plot to have Golf league Country Club Ladies Low net Edna Broder and Molly Mitchell 38. Low gross Caroline Barber 51. Lakeside Low net Tom Gelleny. Flemings 34. Low gross Flemings and Lloyd Jubilee tied 38. Low team net Ken Greg Paul Matisz and Bus Frame 149. LAKESIDE Parsons ........................20 Jubilee.......................13 Fraches Singers ...................13 Ace............................10 Flemings .'.....................10 Pahulje Philadelphia become the first expansion team to win the cup began a year ago in Montreal Forum. The Flyers had just been eliminated by the eventual Stanley Cup in the fifth game of the semi- finals. Philadelphia won only the first game. But several of the Flyers al- ready were planning for the current season. for couldn't wait for this centre Bobby Clarke said. before training August. I of us got together at a New Jersey rink to start workouts. just a few guys skating and shooting the Wingers Bill Barber and Don Saleski held similar feelings. of us talked it over during the summer and con- vinced ourselves we had a team that could go all the Barber said. Saleski said there had been a decided carry-over this season from the effort made by the team last year. knew we had gone far- ther than any other Flyers team last and we felt we were in for a big Coach Fred Shero supplied the work and an easy discipline that built a good team spirit. Shero says his team will em- ploy the same tactics against the Bruins that it has used all year. The led by. left Dave generally run at people. 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