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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta It THE LETHMIDOE HERALD Novwnbw Still 29 matches to be played Seven teams already in By REUTER The World Cup soccer quali- fying tournament reaches its climax with 29 matches in the next seven as the sur- vivors battle for the remain- ing nine places in the 1974 finals in West Germany. Poland and Italy have qualified to join hosts West Germany and defending- champion both automatic finalists. As the two-year qualifying competition among 92 countries draws to its it is possible to see the shifting pattern of world soccer power. five of the finalists in the 1970 Mexico tournament are El Czechoslovakia and Romania and the romania and the Soviet also in danger of failing to qualify. Olympic-champion which achieved the biggest up- set in the qualifying competi- tion to date by ousting 1966 world champion is in the finals for the first time since 1938 while Scotland last qualified in 1968. Other challengers to soccer's established order are East which seems certain to reach the finals for the first and which last appeared in 1934. Indications are that only seven of the 1970 finalists will be there again this but the newcomers may find it be- Roundup of bowling HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MEN'S Gary Carrol 319. John flempel 309 Steve Dlmnlk 300 Jack Tremblay 300. Ken Kurtz 336 Bill Hleucka 366 Steve Mezel 306 Ken Larson 326 Jack Smeed 303 Bill Wishart 310 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Kariyn Spitzer 226 Ann Fredrick 268. Frank Donatl 250 Leona Donati 250. Dick Wells Donna Bagozzi Tom Shaw Larry Barton Hazel Falconer 231. Laurice Block 225. MORNING COFFEE Grace Hill Bernice Hay Mary Potvin Marge McLaughlm 218. Eileen Carter Maralyn Price Bessie McCulley 217. Bodil Johannsen 222. Cindy Patterson Jo Hodge 264. ALCON HEATING Elias Sawilla 308 Jack Tremblay 303 Dave Miller Lorraine Miller 236 Phyllis Peterson 239 Mike Stapleton Marianne Barnngton 260. Rogan Sinclair 230. Dennis Matson Ruth Aldoff 241. BENDIX Garth Barr 306. Jack Brown Dave Nelson Bill Joblonkay Betty Royle Dave Hewitt Leo Macht Vera Brown Robert Stanko Carol Kempenaar 214. SIMPSONS-SEAMS Ed Rossetti Bernice Hartley 260 Jerry Ellerman Kae Mann Betty Dawson Emana Urterrsher Allan Bird Helen Rossetti Arlene Westlake 239. CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Edgar Linn Sam Hem Percy Bruce Chris Cameron Burga Fettlg Gladys McGinnis Tom Fraser Stan Fraser John Volek Annie Baraniuk 172. 8R. CITIZENS Matt Bernhart 337 Henry Brown Dave Oliver vaughan Tennant 278 Ted Haszard Arvid Oseen Jim Gus Hegland Norah Hofforth 223. Iris Archbold 230. Frances Bambrick Betty Murtland Chris Maloney 250. PRE BUILT SOCIAL Joe Schmalz Emmanuel Senile Tim Burk 209. Karl Noack 201. HIGA'S Kae Mann Chris Ell 249 Linda Aspeslet Edith Voth 265 Marlene Bosch 246. Velta Argals 240 Dot Anderson 292 MAZDA ROTARY Over n the The next move is yours. Doreen Sibbet 270 Sandy Lund Emily Chown 268 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Bill Tymensen 303 Keith Warner 338 Joe Beresnak 265 Mel Viergutz John Rosenfelt 256 Mary WishnevSki 276 Laurel Blasettl Barb Angyal 285 Ethel Harvle 295 Kalle Pedrlni 252 Ber- mece Pavan 254 JUNIORS SHOP Lil Holt 299 Grace Van Dyk 316 Jean Passey 260 Olga LaRocque 246. Rose Nunweller Marge Koole Miriam Givens 284 Dorothy Sorensen 2S8 Helen Weets 247 Nellie Conrad Elaine Tompklns 263 Judy HOrlacker 310 QORDIES Sam Girardi 311 Kim Kovacs 348 Mike Tobo 371 D. Virginillo 310 Morgan Sparks 299 Bill Hamilton 292. Fred Mastor 295 Tak Katakaml 286 Ed Henderson Cec Beaudry 331 Jack Smeed 280 Ryo Nagata 281 L.C.C. LEAGUE Darrell Lagler Neil Hagel Andy Krajewski Albert Hellier Godon Engelhart Clay Richardson Helen Weets Pete Zuidhof Ed Krajewski 218. Ken Kurtz 241. SfEEDYS Marg Malcomson Jeanette Smeed 280 Lorraine Kirchner 263 Myra Malcomson 279 Anne Martin 253 Marilyn Christiansen Irene Chiste Marg Smith 264 Llla Falkerson Zena Sanders 243. Jean Larko 242. NU MODE HOMES Pat Tunstall 257 Dorothy Olshaski 259 Bernice Pavan 257 Judy Lawson Marj Bodnaruk Joyce Brand Erna Richter Mary Moss Lucille Barby 310 Marge Hughes Tami Wakelm 259. CIVIL SERVANTS Lena Moore Bill Cralk Joe Amaho 321 Donna Fleming 270 Roy Sewers Isabelle Gray Ron Deak Abe Ens Lew Mills 297 Ceclle Romanack 260. FRIDAY MIXED Mitch Steve Ramals 241 John Schaalje 300 Ernie Frache 244 Frank Prusak Terry Prusak Allan Lunan 296 Bill Willis 233 Allan Brown Claudlne Prince 227. YBC Bantam Shelly Peterson Carrie Okart 101. Bmum Daren Flexhaug Mitchell Brown 183 yond them to break into the tight circle of world cham- pions. Since the competition began in only five countries have won the 1962 and 1930 and 1934 and 1954 and 1966. Only Brazil has appeared in every final series. Italy and West Ger- many are again among the fa- with Italy appearing particularly formidable after coming through its qualifying group without conceding goal and also scoring exhibi- tion victories over Brazil and England. Three of the eight European qualifying groups have already been but there still may be shocks to come in the other five. needing only a two- goal victory over Malta in appears likely to edge out Austria in Group while Holland needs only to draw at home against Belgium to clinch Group 3. East Germany's place in the finals will be assured if it beats Albania in Group while Bulgaria is virtually certain to win Group 6. But Group 7 remains deli- cately balanced between Yugoslavia and Spain. Yugoslavia must beat Greece by two goals in Athens next month to force a playoff with Spain. The Soviet European Group 9 will be the un- derdog when it meets South American Group 3 in Santiago Nov. 21. This will be the second leg of their with Chile the favorites after forcing a scoreless draw in Moscow. South which quali- fied for the 1954 prepares for its second-leg playoff game in Seoul against Austraia after drawing 0-0 in the first leg of the Asian group decider. Zaire and Zambia now are embroiled in Africa's final qualifying series and Zambia has the edge after beating Morocco 4-0 in the only match so far. This leaves one finalist to be decided in the North American and Caribbean with the six-team final qualifying series to be played in Haiti from Nov. 29 to Dec. 18 be'tween the Netherlands Trinidad and Hon- duras. By the end of the year the 16 finalists should be and then interest will switch to Frankfurt where the draw for the finals will take place Jan. 5 next year. HOLUELL BELL AND HOWELL SLIDE CUBE PROJECTOR The best thing to happen to slide projectors since the wheel. It features a cube which stores up to 40 slides and provides easy handling and sorting. The preview stations lets you see each slide before it goes on the while the slide ejector will lift out any slide you which to remove. Skip a slide by holding the advance button or hojd a slide previously shown for instant recall. Complete with remote a lens elevating automatic focus and easy slide access. Just show your slides and they are restacked by gravity. Every feature you could want at a price which appeals. each COLLEQISHOPNNQ MALL Open DMly to Thursday IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Beautiful Buys On Quality Bedding Fine 'Checkmate' Sheets Here ire first quality from polyester. No machine wash and dry. Bold deometrlc pattern. Discontinued line. pair Pillow Cases Twin Flat Twin Fitted Double Fitted each Queen Fitted Queen Fitted 3.96 each No Iron 'Kensington' Sheets From Dominion Textiles in a polyester blend. Machine washable and Scotchgard treated. Discontinued Rose Floral pattern. 3.96 Pillow Cases Twin Flat Twin Fitted Double Fitted pair Queen Flat Solid Colour Sheets Cotton and polyester sheets are guaranteed no machine wash and dry. Some first quality and some imperfects. Discontinued line. SO pair Jfa 3.96 Pillow Cases Twin Flat Double Fitted fashable Fantasie Bedspread Pretty Quilted Perfect for beds with round corners. Made of Dupont acrylene blend. So easy to care for. Just wash and dry. No Ironing necessary. Majestic Avocado. Spread Double 10.88 Accent your bed with this plaid acetate rayon spread. Features taffeta quilted top and a plain flounce. Dry cleaning recommended. Royal. Double 13.96 19.96 Cozy Blanket Woolco Blanket UlllglKHII BIVWl Here's how. Warm blanket. pernapped blanket is 5Q acrylic blanket is and cotton blend. Machine wash viscose Ma- f and Satin and dry. Acetate binding chine wash and dry. bindingK Avocado. Pink. Gold and Tanger- Lilac. 72 x90 jne. wn 12.88 4.99 Water Fowl Feather Pillow Features tsather-proof ticking 17 and corded sdge. Printed poly Tl tor DM. Striped Blue. fc terWB Pillow Foam and Puritan feather filled. Cotton pillow caee and printed n feather-proof ticking floral ticking. Blue. COLLEQf SHOWING MALL Open DaHy am to pm Thursday and Friday a.m. to ftflO IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES J'VF GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;