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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI LETHBRIDO! HESAID Tueidcy, May 197J----------------------------------------- Heed, Hicke on hand for holiday lourney The name1 IHTII rhanpofl miller for Hie Chinook rijissu' fnil. this year's [irsl liin lourna- sel for lim holiday wpokpiul nf Tnent al IIc'inliTMHi (jnirj.May 20, 21 and riuh lias nil Hie marks of' As was the ca.se last year annthtT hit; Last vear Ted llerlaiuln and wlu-n Kc-idi AtoxiUKtor of Cal- gnry and I.othhridge's Cl.'irlli Pilling shured lop honors, 111 r vily Invitational rind il was a Ihreo day event will sec ma- iKuvliiifi This linio jor in low gross, low nol around Borlamln lias given way as as a special category In Karl Francis and his com- for professionals. Alexander iowling AT CAPRI BOWL, Spring League play is now under way and the bowlers-of-the-wenk were Bill Thomas and Marge Malcomson for their effeorts in Ihe Junior .Senior Doubles Bill, long one of Medicine Hal's lop Irundlers and many times a member of Ihe Southern Alberta Western Canada rolloffs squad, came up with games of 275, 254, and for a four- game total of 1.046 he sported a great 273 av- erage in the Gas City before making Lelhbridge his new home some two months ago Marge gets Ihe nod among the gals 237. 199, 233 and a rousing 3G9 for a four-game pinfal) of in her top effort of the year Lethbridge's senior citizen bowlers dominated the south zone finals in Medicine Hat, garnering three of four team berths for the provincial playoff in Edmon- ton June 11 they took the first three berths with the team of Len Milner. Maria Tuk, Nellie Berry, Slim Berry and Roy LaValley .first, 185 pins over their average Frank Bernharl, Katie Bemhart, Phyllis Wurzer, Peter Tuk and Nick Bianelu placed second, 157 pins over their average while third place went to Arvid Oseen. Asia Mage, Ed Wurzer, Walter Baker and Ruby Oseen, 103 pins over their average The individual stars were Len Milner 298, Ruby Oseen 248. Matt Bernhart 327, Toffio Osecki 326 and Henry Bechthold 269. Play in the Spring Leagues is in full suing but there are still some openings in the Thursday Night Mixed if you're interested contact Al Pearson a reminder, also, that moonlight bowl will carry on each Sunday night from eight to 11 o'clock until the end of June. In league action for the week, the leaders in the Junior-Senior Doubles were Bill Thomas 325 and an 854 triple, Sid Pollock 314 and Ken Kurtz 279, Jack Smeed 329, John Wildman 274, Duane Spitzcr 280, Bob Spilzer 284 and Bruce Canfield 270 Eugene Yamada with 321 and Tino luvale with 277 led Monday Mixed with John Wildman's 310 and 783 tops in Simpsons-Sears Sid Pollock's 277 and 799 and a 288 by George Matchett paced Wednesday Mixed while in Civil Service the leaders were Lew- Mills 308, Yo Nishimura 278 and an 801 triple. Bill Craik 27C and Tom Archbold 274 Tops in Thursday Mixed were Bob Ha me 303 and Bruce Canfield a 756 triple. The pace-setters among the gals were Linda Malcomson 268, Jeanette Smeed 268, Lori Palmarchuk 284, June Taylor 295, Nadine Kovacs 280. Shirley Alex- ander 2R1. Kalie Pedrini 278 and Marge Malcomson 369 and 805 in Junior-Senior Doubles High in Monday Mixed were Vera Nicholls 264 and Rena Tanaka 317 while in Tuesday afternoon it was Joyce Marsden 295 and 759, Dorothy Coolidge 294, Dena Smith 273 and Ev Krauss 283 A pair of 275's bv Marlene Bosch and Shirley Davies led Tuesday night while Carol Hurkens' 261 led Simpsons-Sears High in Wednesday Morning were Mel Seibert 272 and Grace Norielka 271 with 300 by Isabelle Bergman tops in Wednesday Afternoon Blcy paced Wednesday Mixed with 265 with 279 by Karl'yn Spil- zer and 291 and 728 by Lena Moore the best of the week in Civil Service Bernice Pavan's 268 led Thursday Mixed. SPOKANE, Wash. _ After a week (if v.ranpling. it has been decided to hold tlie fourth game and a fifth if ne- cessary in the best of-seven Allan Cup hockev finals at Kim- berley. B.C. Jop. Kryc7ka. president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey As- sociation, announced today that the Ramos will he played on Kimburley ice. May 12 and 13. CAIIA representatives and Hie series referee had examined Ihe Spokane Curlinir this city's suggested alternate, hut I found H unacceptable. Spokane Jets lead Barric Fly. ers 2-0 on games in the series, N'itli both conlesLs played at .Che Spokane Coliseum. One of (lie objections to the curling chili thai il is hooked until May 15. and Kry- czka said il was unreasonable to have the series held over One way lo preserve the wrist-cock you achieved at the lop of tbo hackswing is to (hint of pulling down with your left hand as you start back to the ball. The one thing yon don't mint to do is push with your right hand, which will uncock your wrisls too soon and leave you notliing to hit the bill wilh. Ily pullina down with your left hand, you'll huve Ihe best chance lo rcl.iin your 10. wrisf-cnck nntil just tic- impjcl. 1W2 NAI1. How.. Syn. Uir low piws honors l ycnr while PMlinii look home Ilio low nd silvpi-warc. This yciir's ovpnl will he .11 )KIJC nicd.il piny tourney, hnles oach flay. wiLli fli (in a cerLificc hi'indiciip basis. Touniamen1 pcns.q winnt'r rc'ccivt-s Lnhall's Irophy while low net. winner lakes home the Star Motel trophy. A liolo-in-one this year will ram the golfer a color tele- vision on the eight or 15th hole courtesy of CHEC Hadio while an ace on the nth will be worth a Ford Pinto courtesy ol Dunlop Ford. Sonny Slavich, ol Ihe host club, had a hole in-one last year during the touma- mcnl. Two of Ihe celebrities who will be on hand this year for Ihe event include George Reec of the Saskatchewan Rough- riders of the Canadian Foot- ball League and Billy Hicke, former National Hockey League player wilh Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and California Golden Seals. Heading the list of amateurs entered is Calgary's Doug Silverberg who in 1971 was Al- berta amateur champion, member of the Willington Cup leam as well as a member of Canada's C o m m o n w earth team. Joining Silverberg will be Bob Bradburn of Edmonton and Harold Pasechnik of Cal- gary holh of whom played on the Willington Cup team in 1970. Two golfers share low net score If Ray Bower's and Bert Eccles' golf game goes sour for the remainder of the 1972 Country Club Golf League sea- son, they'll have at least one thing to brag about. Bower playing wilh the Dori- gatli foursome and Eccles with Gentleman TIT both covered Ihe course in 33 strokes to he- come the first players to earn the low net honors in league play tliis season as it officially opened Monday night. Doug Broim of Tollestrups Look home the low gross hjonors with a 39 after play concluded last night while the low team net score went to the Lakeview and Gentleman III foursomes who fired a 149. Lakeview and Genlleman III jumped into the league lead uilh llieir fine outings ajid managed eight points apiece earning sweeps over their op- ponents. Meanwhile m Lakeside Golf League action, Flemings' four- some of Robert Forrest, Dick RempcL Sab Kami and Gay Fleming fired a total round of to earn the low team net honors and a share of first place with CHEC last night. Flemings and CHEC have 26 joints apiece in top spot. Don Tillotson playing with Ace Building Supplies aided his club's eight point sweep over Singers last night by taking iome the low net, score wilh a 12 and low gross honors with a 30. PREPARE FOR CAME Three members of the Edmonton Oil Kings Ogilvie toiled in Ihe Alberla Junior two seasons back. Davidson was lalk to coach Brian Shaw in the Civic Centre in Oltawa Monday, shortly with the Lethbridge Sugar Kings while Ogilvie was with tfie Red Deer before the opening game of the Memorial Cup finals. The three are, left Rustlers. (CP Wirephoto) to right, Phil Russell, John Davidson and Brian Ogilvie. Davidson and Oil Kings see action, Wednesday Petes draw first Memorial Cup CHEC Parinn-, Lrlh Offic" LAKESIDE CHEC OTTAWA CCP) Cornwall Royals won a lol oi admirers iul lost the opening game of the Memorial Cup tournament Mon- day nighl. A surprisingly fast and rugged Cornwall club o w e d 4-Z to Peterborough Petes o[ the Ontario Hockey As- sociation in a game most lockey men figured the Petes would win with little trouble. Only superlative work by .erborough goalie Mike Viesor and some poor shooting by the Royals prevented the Quebec junior champions from posting an upset in the first game o{ the ;hree-game round-robin series eading to a sudden-death game Sunday for the clmm- lionship. The tournament resumes Wednesday when the Petes meet Edmonton Oil Kings, west- ern Canadian champions. One reason for Cornwall's In- accurate marksmanship could )e that game officials swooped into the Royals dressing room irior to the game and ruled that 30 per cent of their sticks were ,00 long. "I'm not said Royals coach Orval Tessier. "But guys were playing wilh other players sticks and hal makes a big difference.'1 PLENTY OF CHANCES The Quebec champions still lad plenty of chances Lo im- irove on their two-goal output. Thai they didn't could be atlrib- ited to their inability to cash in in close-in chances, especially n the third period when they tuzzed around the Peterborough let. Viesor's catching hand ended many of Ilieir Ihrcals. The 'eles oulshot the Royals uring the game but the more angerous tfirusts were Coru- vall's. In the winning dressing room oach Roger Ncilson lamented that his club hadn't played as well as it could. "We had seen Cornwall ploy (and. we knew whnt to said Keilson. "But we could have played a bettor game." A crowd of most of Iliein pro-Cornwall, cheered the j underdogs as I hey bumped am) skated with the Petes almost to the final bell. It was only when Royals" de- Ron Smith lost Ihe puck in front or his own not at of the last period, allowing Ron Lnlonde to flick it into the Cornwall net for the fourth Pe- terborough goal, that Royals gave up the ghosl. Both clubs came out bumping in a penalty-filled first period. Referee Joe Cassidy handed out 14 minor penalties, eight to the Petes, in the first 20 min- utes. That, along with a miscon- duct to Cornwall's John Wen-B sink, convinced the two clufjs to stick to hockey and the result was a first-class opener to the Memorial Cup. KITCHEN7ER, Ont. (CP) Paul Fendley. 19, of George- town, Ont., died Monday night of head injuries suffered in last. Minor baseball TJie Angels opened their 1972 Lakeside LUlle League cam- paign on Llio right fnol. as they blasted the Twins 15-7 Monday nigliL. Darryl Bailey picked up the victory on the mound firing a five hi Her .lack Eyan suffered the loss all.hougli he matched Bailey's performance. Harvey Pocza led the" lulling attack for the Angels with two doubles and a single while Neil Court and Tim llisaoka man- aged Uvo singles apiece in a losing cause. In another Lakeside contest, Barry Kimmitt gave up five s and paced (he While Sox lo 13-4 romping over the Red Sox Jasl night. Ron Waller took the loss. rseal Povey Ted the way for the White Sox with a homo run, double and a single while Mike MaLkin chipped in with a home run and a double. Berridge managed three sin- gles in a losing cause. Meanwhile in NorcresL Little jcague play, Gordon McMnyk 'ired a one-hi Her to pace the 3iratcs to a 5-1 win over Ihe Expo's. Shawn Kcnnan punched out two singles for the winners while John GarrYm added a double. Clark Bosch, who suffered the loss on I he mound rpnn- agpd the only hit off Melnyk The Aslro's doubled the score on the Giants with a 12-13 victory- Mike Coghlin racked up his first win OH Ihc mound Ibis .sea- son while Craig Robinson took thp loss. Friday's Centennial Cup junior hockey championship game at Guelph. The Guelph CAlCs centre died about 73 hours after colliding j with a player from the Red Deer Rustlers in the centre ice zone. With nine minutes gone in the third period, Fendley took a check, spun backwards losing his helmet and hit the ice. He was taken to Kitchener-Water- loo General Hospital where he died without regaining con- sciousness. The CMC's of the Southern On- tario Hockey AEbocialiou won the trophy later Friday night, defeating the Alberla Junior Hockey Association champs 3-0 to take the scries 4-0. Fendley started playing hockey in Georgetown, moved to Brantford to play Junior A in 1970 and was traded lo Guelph in January. Injured earlier this season, he bounced back to become the squad's top scorer for the play- offs with 14 goals and IB assists in 26 games. He will be buried in George- town. Lawsoii gives Hamilton win Dwayne Lawson booted in two goals and gave Hamilton berth into the Cily Junior High School Junior Division Soccer League finals Monday j night. Larson's two markers gave Hamilton a slim 2-1 win over Catholic Central, who received their only goal from John Vt'addeii. Hamilton will now meet Pat- crson, who ousted Wilson with a 3-2 victory in the oilier semi- fianl. TJio final will be held Wed- ncsday al p.m. at the Civie Centre. NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST Pet. GBL 6 Ml 1 .650 WEST I? Chicero SI. Lcuis Angeles 5an Dicqo Cincinnati TODAY j GAMES San Francisco ftftaricnal (U) at Montreal (1-0) N Los Anqc-lps Downing (1-2) a I New York Doc It (3-0) N San Dieco Kirtiy (M) B' Philadel- phia Fryman (1-0) N HouMnn Rc-prts (1-1) 01 SI. Louis Spinks (1-1) N PillEburrn Ellis (3.1) al Allanfa Kelly (1-2) N Chicane Jenkint nl Cincinnati McGlofhiin N MONDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 001 4DQ 006- J 7 3 Montreal 110 ooo 2 11 0 Os'ccn (3-1) O] anci Dietz; AflcAnfMy (0-1) Lernaitor (5) Slrohmayer (7) Waiter (9) and Boccabella HR: t-A-Gftrvey LEAGUE LEADERS Cin WEST 12 10 Pel. GBL 6 .676 7 .556 7 .518 1 .353 i' 7 750 .71.1 1 .529 3" California TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukm Slalon (1-3) fl-2) ol OrUlcind Hnllirr.a Odom (0 0) N Bcslcn Krai'sse (10) Bl California (1-3) N K'ow York (C-D at Mlnne, 5rln Kaat (7 0) N Delrcil Cowmen (3 2) fll Chicago jod (-1-1) N C 2) al Cleve- nd Brelt (3-1) and Pri 'irry (7-1) AB H Tolai Ccdcno, 'Hou A3 H 75 JV7 SfcnnoM, Pgh ___ 10 ?l Jti Lee, SD .17 18 3GT HnHon. Phi XI 5 16 .3d Sanquillcn. Pgtl 75 B 56 .373 Tocrc, SIL 65 10 74 .369 A. Oliver, PgH 7P 8 ?fl .75-! Carty, All 51 B IB 113 Hcme runs- H. Aaron, Allanfa, '61; Wynn, Housion, Colhert, San Kinqmsn, Ssn Franrisco- MONDAY'S RESULTS New York ODD 021 101- 5 7 I Minnptoia 010 001 3 9 1 SloHlemyre (7-3) Lyle ffl) and Mun- scn; (J-J1 O'-in (fl) and Ronf, MiMerwald (91. HR: Callison LEAGUE LEADERS AD R H Pet. jj 2 .ASS 1 hi 11 5-1 .353 57 11 70 .351 Rrr.hfim .11 halkrl In: Kings man, San co, Tolan, Cmclnnafi, Pitching decisions: Eig (1.000) SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal ft Liverpool 0 Ncwceslle 0 Slokc 0 Wolverhamplon 2 Lseds 1 Division Ml Olaekhurn 7 Halifax 0 Port Vale I Rothertiam Tranmore 2 Nolls County 1 WELSH CUP Final Firs! Cardiff 1 Wrcvha STANLEY CUP G W L F A PI 4 1 3 13 13 final McCrnw, Cie Darwin, .59 '20 .33? PiniEfld, KC 71 10 2-1 .338 Cash. DC' 51 10 '7 -3J3 D AllTi, CKi 11 11 Pmson. Cfll 58 7 19 .378 Cash. Dclroil. baUrd in Harwin, Minnesota, Cash, Delroil. R. Woodson, Minnesota, Kaat, nesola, (20) Locker, Oakland, MINOR BALL Paciiic Cosst Portland S Phccnix -I Eunen? 3 Tucson 0 Albuquerque 1? Tscnm3 l Hawaii 5 Sail l.skr 5 Eastern PitKliPlrt 9 Roadinci t. Wnsl 12 Cily 1 HOCKEY SCOPES Csldcr Cup Scotia 6 BsUimorn 1 final tied Memorial Cup Pclerborouah 4 Cornwall Firs I gci me of three-team round- Ready for him anytime, anyplace Frazier says lie wants Muhammad NI'.W YORK (AP> ,loc a monster of a man, an incongruous figure in pink knil slarks, ink-and-bhic chocked jacket and black bool.s. n diamond ring glis'niinn I'rnin Ihn Ifl.lln Hn- giT nl in.., Hi hand. Clay keeps s a y l n p br wanK million In fighl me just doo.sn't make s o n s I lip. heavyweight lie pra'Tpor-ls nf n ri'iurn lighl mlb Muham marl All. U li'i M'anli milioDj what docs he think T ought to JI2 million? !lc don't diclalc the terms. Remember I'm champion. I'm Hie man ralh Ihe signals for Ihe next fight." Inrlinfd In Ucnrrdiis. "I'll lit.'hl Hay for "si..S mil- he said, "1 don't, care what pay million, millinn. ju.st vanl n rhniirr lo him again. Anrl for me mil- lion is a nice figure. Thai's a lot of bread." manager, Yank Durham, said he had agreed In Ihe purse. no to make Ihe fight this Itnrham said. ''Clay has Illrre fighl.s scheduled Nexl year maylx1. nn1 gnmg in ilrmantl Hie bigger pail of Ihe purse. We'll be, happy will) fn.5 mil- lion." Kivi7.irr and nurliam were in New York lo launch the Yancy Durham .Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation and put ID some plugs for Ihe champion's fight against Ron .Slander May in Omaha, Neb., a large pnrlion nf Die proceeds nf which will go lo fight the rl i s r a s e common among blacks. Durham's four-year- old son, Mark, is a viclim. The champion said he had watched Ihe, last three rounds of Ihe Ali-Chuvalo fight in Vancouver on Iclevision. "C'lay can'l jab any more he's losl his snap. I'll put him away early next ho predicted. They're here! STEEL BELTED The longest wearing, strongest, most bruise-resistant tires we've ever sold! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAIES 4 SERVICE 402 South Pdont or 417-4445 LETHBRIDGE AND BOW ISLAND ;