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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 Bowling banter SHINOB TANAKA bowler-of-the-year At Capri the regular is over and play now under way in Spring Leagues the honor of taking the bowler-of-the-year title goes to Shinob Tanaka who enjoyed his finest season on record led all bowlers with an outstanding performance in JCCA he rattled the pins for a sensational triple of with games of 376 and 268 bowler-of-the-week honors go to another fine Masa who paced her team in the women's league city championship for the Art Smith Memorial Trophy she reeled off 11 strikes in one missing only in the fifth for a big 406 other members of the winning the Action were Mary Nicolson 281 and Judy Tamayose 304 and Ann Duval 309 and 710 and Mary Mihalik 286 and 686 they also won the Martinizing League crown and the Tournament of Champions to cap off a great season other high scores in the women's championship rolloffs were Joyce Marsden 306 and Diane Parascak 265 and Doris Wickers 274 and Peg Forry 275 and 709. The Mixed League championship for the Lawrence Mead Memorial Trophy went to Dennis Ellen Mike Irene Tinordi and Marie Leishman of Henry Homes Meantime the men's league championship for the Lethbridge Bowling Proprietors' trophy went to the Commercial League squad of Bob Kim Steve Ed Rossetti and Jerry Ellerman high scores in the rolloffs were turned in by Jim Kovacs with 291 and an 800 Bill Hamilton 315 and Jack Jones Ryo Nagata Morgan Sparks 302 and Bruno Baceda Cec Beaudry Duane Spitzer Ken Larson 325 and 770 and 329 and 786 and John Rempel 295 and 815 bowlers are reminded that Moonlight Bowl will carry on each Sunday night at eight until the end of June. In the past week the leaders among the men in Spring League action were Arie Koole 277 and 787 in Senior John Kovacs 308 and Norman Gyulai 359 and Ed Henderson 313 and 779 and Sam Girardi 306 and 790 in Wednesday Mixed and Lew Mills with 299 in Thursday Mixed in women's Kae Mann paced Higa's with 330 and 785 while high in Tuesday Coffee were Shirley Polachle with 330 and Shari Williams 296 Juniors were led by Francis Bambrick with Jean Passey Eloise Ives 326 and 738 and Freda Boulton 325 and 706 In Wednesday Coffee the stars were Shirley Hertlein with Bernice Pavan Connie Marshalsay 286 and Karen Taylor 278 Eileen Barton led Thursday Mixed with 276 and 700. Solid grip Philip Christou of the Lethbridge YMCA Gymini Gymnastics Club gets a good grip on the high bar while practising his routine for the .1974 western Canada gymnastics championships to be staged in Victoria this weekend. The local gymnast earned the trip to the west coast by placing sixth all-round in the provincial championships held in Edmonton last weekend. Plante considers dressing with Oilers EDMONTON The Journal says Edmonton Oilers are about to announce the signing of Jacques seven-time Vezina trophy to play goal for the 1974-75 World Hockey Association season. Plante resigned Saturday as general manager and coach of Quebec Nordiques of the WHA although he had nine years left on his a season contract which also included an apartment and a car. The Journal says it learned the deal with Plante was made months ago when he approached Bill general manager of the' and said he could still play goal despite his 45 years. Plante became disenchanted with his job in Quebec after run-ins with several players. The successful comeback of another 45 Gprdie apparently convinced Hunter and Plante that goalie was not too the paper says. Plante last played in the 1972-73 season with Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League and recorded a 3.02 goals against average before being traded to Boston Bruins just before the Stanley Cup playoffs. Although Plante was under contract to the Bruins for the last he decided to take the executive job at Quebec. The Nordiques missed the playoffs by one point. AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE OUR FINEST 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD TIRES 249 246 2 54 OR FOR If WHITEWALLi ONLY SI 44 MORE Na charoe for mounima N 5M3 COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL Low Price For Most Medium Standard North American Cars in Cantdi exchange Dry ehargtd for 3 years af dependable high per- for No installation charge. 29NF only. 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Includes applicator. rnedein Cenida lula cleans AUTO RADIO ANTENNA 228 DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION 01 twWOOlWORTH CO 1TD College Shopping Mall 2028 Mayer Magratti Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday Friday 9 a.m. to p.m. We reserve the right to limit quantities. SNISMCTMN HUHNTHI Royals unleashed power with seven in the third B.C. Cranbrook Royals rebounded with a vengeance in the third period Tuesday scoring seven unanswered third period goals for a 9-5 win over Barrie Flyers in their best-of- seven Canadian senior hockey final. The Flyers will take to the ice here behind 2-1 in the and still wondering what happened to them in the third game Tuesday. The teams battled to a 1-1 tie in the first period before Barrie surged to a 5-2 lead in the only to be bombarded with the seven goal Cranbrook outburst in the third period. Barrie won the opening game Saturday 3-1 but Cranbrook took the second 4-2. Fewer penalties were called in the third with Barrie drawing 10 of 16 two of them to goalie Ernie Miller. The opening game featured 31 including eight ma- jors and five misconducts for fighting. In the second there were 19 penalties. Cranbrook laid down a 57- shot barrage on Miller taking 19 shots in each period. Barrie replied with 32 shots at Wayne Doll and Leo Karchie. PENALTIES COSTLY Doug Acomb opened the scoring for Barrie at of the first period while Cranbrook was a man short. when Barrie was playing with five Jim Miller evened the score at In the second Barrie scored three goals in less than two minutes when Bob Frank Hincks and Kent Ruhnke pumped home markers. Felix Lavallee replied for Cranbrook before Brian Curtis rounded out Barrie's scoring Ten Ti-Cats go to court HAMILTON A group of 10 Hamilton Tiger- Cat football players have decided to take their salary dispute with the Canadian Football League team to court. The players feel they should be compensated for extra games they will be required to play this season. They said they were not aware the Eastern Conference schedule had been increased to 16 games from 14 when they signed their last contracts. feel the validity of the players' contracts has been Henry their lawyer said. club is ada- mant the contracts have not been so we're going to let a judge for the second period and the game. Playing-coach Eric Sutcliffe began the Cranbrook assault in the third scoring at' Wayne Gibbs and Bob Mayer quickly added scoring the tying goal and his first of three at John Price scored the winning goal at Marv Ferg added one then Mayer scored two the first into an empty net when Barrie pulled goalie with less than a minute to play and down 7-5. Then Miller returned and Mayer got his third for the night. SHE WAS SO SHE THRSW'ER ARMS WPUNO'IS NSCK AN1 KISSED 'IM- KNOW THE TOUSLE MOTHER'S BEEN HAVIN' WITH 'EK 'EGWE'IS PROMISE NEVER TOUCH BOOZE 'E NOT ONLY CLOSES SUftTECVESllS LID.' Max Ma impresses Sam Berger MONTREAL Sam owner of Montreal met for three hours Tuesday with Toronto businessman Max who made an offer to buy his Canadian Football League club. can't say they made me an offer I couldn't said Berger. made me an offer that was substantially more than what I paid for the club when I bought Berger paid an estimated million when he purchased the Alouettes from Joe Atwell prior to the 1970 season. was quite impressed with the Toronto Berger said. impressed me as being serious Ma was accompanied by his Mike and his accountant. Berger said he would go to Winnipeg tonight for a special CFL meeting to discuss the Montreal situation. The meeting was called after Berger announced last Monday he wanted to sell the saying the proposed federal legislation designed to keep United States based professional football leagues from operating in Canada Nicknames bother women OTTAWA Little Mighty and The Glamazon of Sport are nicknames that male 'sports writers have conjured up for champion Canadian women athletes. It makes a liberated woman's hair stand on end. It typifies a patronizing attitude to women in one that really keeps women out of sports rather than encourages them to says Marion a consultant for Sports Canada. Nicknames like the above applied respectively to skier Nancy swimmer Elaine Tanner and shotputter Jackie MacDonajd Gelling depict women athletes as implying that sports is really a Ms. Lay said Tuesday in an interview. She was preparing for the Sports Canada sponsored National Conference on Women in which will investigate ways to expand sports opportunities for girls and women when it meets in Toronto May 24 to 26. Two major problems face the 100-odd sports specialists who will attend the she said. One was the need for expanded facilities for women's sports and the other was the question of women's attitudes to physical fitness. MUSCLES NOT BAD Women have been conditioned in North American society to think worst thing they can do is to have said Ms. Lay. physical fitness is such a beautiful The need for more facilities for women is recognized in the health working paper tabled last week in the Commons. It recommends that women's movements be enlisted to organize mass physical recreation programs for including school young housewives and employees. Health Minister Marc Lalonde said in an interview that the government will expect proposals from the Toronto and might be in a position to improve sports facilities for women. Delegates will have in mind a recently completed study which found that young women were much less fit than their male counterparts and the males were slouches when stacked up against European males. Ms. Lay said boys and men have the opportunity to compete in a particular sport at different levels of excellence but in most women could only participate at one level and those who couldn't make the grade were discouraged from playing sports. There are too few women coaches said Ms. a woman can coach lust as well as a ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. QBL St. Louis.......15 12 .556 Montreal 10 10 .500 Philadelphia 13 14 .481 2 Chicago....... 10 13 .435 3 New York 10 17 .370 5 Pittsburgh.....B 15 .348 5 Weil Los Angeles .18 9 .667 Houston .18 11 .621 1 San Francisco 16 13 .552 3 Cincinnati 12 12 .500 4Vi San Diego... 14 16 .467 5Y2 Atlanta...... 13 15 464 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Harrison at Chicago Reuschel San Diego Jones at Philadelphia Lonborg St. Louis Curtis at Cincinnati Gullett Los Angeles Rau or Button at Montreal Rogers San Francisco D'Aqulsto at New York Matlack Pittsburgh Reuss at Houston Osteen TUESDAY'S GAMES Atlanta 000 000 6 1 Chicago 100 110 7 1 Morton Aker Capra House and Stone Pina Kremmel and Mitterwald. San Diego 030 000 000 000 10 0 Philadelphia 000 000 300 000 10 0 Hardy Ross Troedson Corkins and Culver Lmzy Watt Wallace and Essian HRs. SD Thomas Winfield Kendall Flrtt San Francisco 000 100 10 0 New York 010 002 8 0 Williams Sosa and Seaver and Groie Matthews AMERICAN L New York W ...17 12 .586 2 Cleveland Milwaukee 10 Texas California Chicago Minnesota Oakland Kansas City 15 15 13 12 12 13 12 12 12 .536 .520 500 .500 1 1V4 1V4 San Francisco 000 000 10 0 New York 000 000 7 0 Barr Moffitt and Stone Miller and Hodges. Pittsburgh 000 010 1 0 Houston 000 001 8 3 Ellis and Griffin' and M. May. Los Angeles at Montreal ppd rain PRO BASKETBALL NBA Boston 96 Milwaukee 87 Boston leads best-of-seven final 3- 2 HOCKEY SCORES Stanley Cup Boston 3 Philadelphia 2 Boston leads best-of-seven final 1- 0 Allan Cup Cranbrook 9 Barrie 5 Cranbrook leads best-of-seven 2-1 TODAY'S GAMES New York Stottlemyre at Boston Lee Chicago Bahnsen at Detroit Lolich Minnesota Blyieven Milwaukee Colborn Kansas City Fntzmorris at Texas Jenkins Cleveland G. Perry at California Singer Baltimore Palmer at Oakland Blue j TUESDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 011 400 21 1 Oakland 010 100 7 2- Gnmsley and Holtzman Odom Hamilton and Tenace. HRs. Bait Grich Cleveland 000 300 10 2 California 000 003 8 2 J. Beene Hilgendorf and Tanana and Rodriguez. NewYorklOl 100 000 12 1 Texas 010 000 002 11 2 Lyls and Shellenback J. Brown Foucault and Fahey Chicago 000 000 000 5 0 Detroit 000 000 000 4 1 Wood and LaGrow and Moses. Minnesota 001 010 12 0 Milwaukee 000 000 8 1 Decker and C. Wright and C. Moore. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE SwlM 0 W L F A P Boston............1 0 3 2 2 Philadelphia......0 1 2 3 0 NHL SCORING LEADERS G A Pto Pha.......... 11 617 B............ 10 5 15 B................ 7 7 14 Orr. B................... 2 11 13 R........... 6 6 12 B............... 5 7 12i R 4 8 12 B......... 44 fl 12 Espositc. B.............. 7 4 11 Pha......... 5 6 11. 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