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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HSHAin Tuculov, November 3, 1970 YOUNG RETURNS Bad guy Howie Young has looked good Vancouver Can- ucks ihus far fhis year After spending a number of seasons with Nalional league teams Young landed with ihe expansion Canucks. Young's slick barely misses Keith McCreary's head in recent game with Piltsburgh Penguins, BOWLADROME JUNIOR TEN PINNERS May C-irt'ji 55i Ml: Burn's G'LENDALE" HAY AGENCIES Elercr Fcnlc.i 271 Jean Pas- ftcy 3Dfi Scal'ergocd 255 Joyce Slitiicn 230; Flo Nauisf 215; Grace HIM Doris Jchnscn Ellsrt King 22-1, SHOPPERS WORLD Jean Passey !73 Dorclhy Sorenson 25s; irEfis Lynde PA's MIXED ?35; Lori Rock CAPRI BOWL I YOUHR ADULTS Henry Naida 7t7 BoU Omo- Iflnl 300 Randy Wolstoncrofr 333 Ken M. Icomson 262 Chesler Jokuly 263 Clora Czir- iak 25J; Davlene Terry 238 Bev Meiei 274; Cara WyrcsIoK 232; Send! Kelurahis 226. 239; Pal lotiair 230; .Viary 230; Gladys BergJ'j VASA LODGE Bob Hanson 315; Arvld 229; Joyce Berry IIS, Ll! Hegland 215; Jim Berry Bea Haswoa Hilda Bicnchi 191; Wiif Mess 174; DcllV Bsiie lij; NicK Bianuhl IiM, PRODUCE Sandy Scattsrgoot! (7J31; Gra- ham Scallcrqoed Fred Thcmsen 2i9; Jolin Scallergocd Jnr. Barb Scatter good 353 3fi9; Ivan Lukpncte 241; Ha'el Jensen 259; Neil ClarK S-73; Def 231; Bob Olshaskl TRACY'S STYLISTS Jean Passcy M Dot fir.der- aon 2fll (72JJ; Ev Csulls 25J, Gladys Field 2J9; Bsrnics Hay 571; Dowdell 937; K. 555, L. Felqer 1_ Goldle Efhel 1 .313 I3W; John Rcmpcl 319 (3131; Kay Woodman 327 Sieve Dimnik 290 Morley Richardior, 351 Edna LOWM 5.1J SsncSy SraMprgrrd ?-W Lino Chisle 1 cny 2J5; 242; Marga Reid J55 AW fil 31. CIVIL SERVICE Spiizer 37i Lev; Mills 2i'; MiM PruV.on 315; Smyt'B ?5R; Taylcr 771 (7631; Wica- JftV J2P; WKJldrrdiK" Bab Black 26fr Bs'-f Swarsn 273 Don Finncrly SIS Dk'Jugh Reid 3iO; Palerscr, T3; Bruce CflnFialtf ?ft4; Kuhn 5SS; Hsnry Grellinger Fred Mogus 350; Bernie Pohl IfiP; AAauda Crcull 232; Bernie Carrier JCCfl Nagala 27? Roy Senda To5h 27.1; Ky Shlgeh'ro 2SQ (7323; Mike Tom) ill Carol 280 Goshinmon 235; Seiko 336; Pat Tobo Tobo Aya Nakamura McKeiisiu Only Three Back Of Lender Quick Out Of Starting Gate MONTICliAl, tCt'1 CcnLrc Pliil of Boslon has become Ilio 42nil player iji N'nlioiiiil lloc'kcy League liislury lo record more than 500 rcgii- lar-syjison poinU. Hui in addition lo that (cat, I'Jspcwilo appears lo be taking dead aim at his one-season rt'corJ of [joints, an -Nlll. liiyli he set two seasons After 11 o .s 11) n 's first nine games Ihis season, has IS) points, including a league- lending 12 assists. In Uic season when he set this ISO-point scoring record, iCsposilo lind owling AT Capri Bowl, Abe liiuis earned double honors by being named both the men's bowler-of-Lbe-week and also Capri's choice as the number one fniixllcr Df Uic month Sporting an average of 206, he came up h his best night of the year in Gordie's with an Mil triple, made up of games of 2il, 300 and W2 that's 245 pins over his average Pat Ploinp took the women's bowler of tlie- fc honors normally 'A ffiO average bowler, she had tri- ples of 715 and 700 in Hie first round of ibe Col. Sanders rolloffs and (lien came up iritlt 193, 241 and 307 for a 741 triple AJJE ENNS EtNvlcr-of-Hie-molitll to lead her team into first place after tliree games The (inal Hiree games of the rollof'f, incidentally, will be held Friday with Ihc Mod Squad leading New indivi- dual Iiigbs for Hie year ivcre set in severaJ leagues this past week, including Beryl Smilli uith a 323 single and 7W tri- ple in St. Mike's, Isabel Or- slen 759 in Prebuilt, Henry Bechthold 21] average, Len Mllner 688 triple and Emil Collin 322 single in Senior Citizens, Steve Mezei 231 average in Eagles, Ed GiJchrist 195 average in St. Mike's, Ed Prince 313 and 757 in Hoof and Horn, Jean Koskoski 7DO triple and Lew Hills 899 triple in Green's and Pat Plomp 203 average and 780 triple in Marlinizing. Stars of YEC play were Rod Maldiow 200, Mike Sharun M7 and Bev Passey 217 in the bantam section, Rick Barva 277, Baden Pilling 254, Darlene Terry 238, Sharon Vaselenak 230 and Carolyn Passey 233 in junior action and Ken Kurtz 252, John Daykin 259, Phil Black 233, Chester Jokuty 263 and Duaine Spitzer 256 in senior play Big guns in league play were Frank Eernhart 349, Gary Tunbridge 333, Tak KaUkami 351, Allan Unrau 324 and Alike Tobo 341 and 807 while tlie gals led by Beryl Smith 323 and 743, Phyl Harrison 301, Elolse Ivcs 312 and Jean Koskoski 29S and a 790 triple. AT Glendale Bowl, Ruby Osecn gets Lhe nod as tlie bowler- of-ths-month following some sparkling performances after rolling a pair of high singles near the 350 mark, sire turned on the steam (o record a great 919 triple to earn Lhe coveted monthly award The 900 triple, the' magic mark in league play, has so far eluded (he male trundlers this year although Francis Wright came within an eyelash of turning (he trk-k (.his past week bowling in Commercial Men's, he cut loose for games of 265, 291 and 323 for an 384 triple lo m tlie Mb frame in both his second and third games prevented him from reaching the 900 plateau but good enough to give Wm the men's bowler of the week crown Among the women, Ihe week's title goes to Belly Paftfrsoj) who came up with a personal high bowling in Shoppers World, she clicked for 296, 279 and 254 and a solid 329 triple, 177 pins over her 214 average Glendale's Col. Sanders rolloffs wound up with the Lakevicw Kids and Panics from Shoppers World, and the Five Pennies and Pinups from Chinook Stationers earning the right to take part in the southern zone final in Medicine Hat November 15. Stealing tire league spotlight this past week were Bob Hanson with a 315, Henry Williams 310 and a fine 830 triple, John Rcmpcl 319 and an 333 triple, Mike Prokop 319, Bob Reid 321 and Dan Finncrly 318 and 795 among the top women were steady Jean Passey with 30G and 340, Kay Wood- nun 527 and an 502 triple and Rose Nicolay 329 A Pol-of-Gold is billed this Sunday at open to men and women with cash awards to the winners. KtriiY OSEEN BowIer-Df-tlic-monlli Club, Generals Start With Wins J3oth Iho Club ;rnrl the M iintl K (Icnor.-ils KlarLcd Uic by 1070 City UciTcalion IlorVcy pur .voasnn in fipr fasliinn a Is willi i bnlh picbn.c up vir-'ujj-y nvrr Si cn of [he II) penalties called referee Los Colwill. only giwJs. Four j eight points in (lip first nine games, So far the rangy centre from Siiull Sic. Marie, OnL, has picked up iit kast one point in eight of Boston's nine games. The only time he failed tt) record ;i point Oct. Id at Vancouver as the Bruins beifl the Canucks 5-3. 12 s p o s i'. o leads leanv-malc John McKerixic by throe points in the current scoring race. An- otlicr tioston rigJiC is third with H points, fewer than MuKemic and one more than centre Jean Beli- vcau of Montreal Caimdiena. LKAUS Ifi Yvan Coiirnoycr, tiie little Montreal right winger v.lio cur- rently is on the injured list wilh a foot fracture, still leads HI Moals with 10, including eight scored on power plays. He is tied John Ducyk of Boston, Alex Dclvccchio of Detroit Red Wings and Bolihy IhiH Chi- cago Black Hawks. Each lias 12 points. Bohby Orr, Boston's all-slar rlefenceman who iron Uie title last season, moved into the list of leading scorers last week. Orr collected six points in Boston's three victories to move his season tolal to 11 and a tic with five other players. The Mew York combination of Gilles Villemure and Ed Gia- coniiii leads the gualtenders a combined goals-against average of 1 90. Emir. Wakely and Glenn Ilr.II of St. Louis arc next willi a combined mark. Three Loams have recorded two shutouUs each and in all in- stances the shutouts were in successive games. Ed Johnston of Boston blanked New York Rangers 6-0 Saturday night and then team- mate Gerry Cheevers dupli- cated the feat against Minne- sota North Stars, 5-fl. Tony Esposito of Chicago and Giacomin had previously put to- gether successive shutouts ear- lier in the young season. SCORING LEADERS G A PIS Plm I Esposllo, Bos 7 12 19 11 McKeniie, flos...... 6 T3 Td 9 Hodge, Bos 3 II 14 7 Bcliveau, Will....... 3 10 13 4 Cournoyer, Mil....... 1 2 12 J I Butyk, Bos........ Delvecchio, Del...... e. Hull, Chi......... Kcon, Tor fcerdeleau, SIL Ralclle, NY Hall, Van Orr, Bos Marlin, Chi Labossiere, LA Hadlleld NY W. Maki, Van...... Cashman, Bos Bouclrlas, Van Campbell Chi Howe, Dcr......... Kurlenbach, V ANDY CAPP ME TRIP T1 THE KAIRdRE'SSER'S f IT'S WOO LOVELY' F1 WORDS' Laperriere lu Hospital JIONTHL'AL (CP) Jacques Laperriere of Montreal Cana- diens remained in hospital Mon- day with an injury liiat likely will sideline tlie lank'y defence- man for a to 10 days. Laperriere siuTered a pinched nerve in his neck Saturday night when he was crashed heavily into the boards hy Or- lanri Km Itrnliaclt of Vancouver Canucks. Kurlcnhadi received a minor penalty on Ihc play from referee Bill Friday. The Cana- dieiis won tlic game 6-3. Laperriere was taken to hos- pital Saltirday night immedi- ately following the incident. However, a club spokesman sajd Monday that x-rays failed to show any hone breaks. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 7 NATIONAL LEAGUE 9 9 East Division T II 11 IB 11 Bnlon 10 fl [New York '0 21 Monirea! '0 0 Vancouver 'ft J Delroi W L 7 1 7 2 ..4 3 Smytlie Meant Business TORONTO (CP'I Conn Smyllie, 7S, and an exponent of the direct approach throughout a lifetime in hockey and horse racing, took an axe to Greenwood track Saturday, but won his point betore he had to use it. The man who built Maple Loaf Gardens and today siVs on the board of the Jockey Club Ltd., which operates Greenwood, wanted someone lo take the barrier that had been buill across the entrance to his clubhouse box. The barrier caused Smythe and others to walk the long way around to get to their seats. "I've been coming, here since they built the Smythe said. "I told them if they didn't remove tbe bar- rier, I'd knock it Smythe "licked up the a.sc en route to Ms seal Saturday and sounded a lillle wistful recounting the incident later. "It had IKCH removed by the time I got there, but f wasn't fooling. I thought the only way to pet it done was to do it nvysclf." j Chicago 'Phila..... 'SI. Loui5 Los Angeles soJa Pittsburgh California I Fink Tops Mcrv Maun AL5ERTA JUNIOR W Red Dfipr 7 Lellibndge 7 Calgary ft Ponaka Edm. Movers ALBERTA HOCKEY LEA W Oigary .......4 Drumfiellfir 'I CENTRAL LEAGUE W L T Cily Omaha 5 2 Fort Ww Oklahoma Tulsa Kansas Cily Dallas........2 Amsrillo 1 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W Providence Springfield Quebec Balliriwa Cleveland Hershey Rochester .'I Division .4 3 29 19 15 30 n 13 30 39 B 32 39 7 2B 31 6 15 JO 5 35 74 U 26 21 13 26 20 13 29 26 10 IS 20 10 j 19 -M 7! 10 34 4 SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE DIVISION I Tollcnahm Man Cily Chelsea Leicester Hull Lulon Cardiff Oxfu.ri Pts. 3) 17 36 17 -i? M M) 7 45 3 71 21 1-i 15 11 12 A Pis 2 2-1 12 31 2? 1? 30 22 10 1A 29 Aston Villa nrislol R TorquriV Roihorham SCOTTISH LEAGUE T L F A P i 1 7.1 9 J 2 32 H 72 5 2 23 10 21 5 2 19 11 19 7 22 IB 19 19 11 33 15 IB n 1 29 U 21 A 2J 1-1 20 27 30 19 17 1? 25 1 70 10 23 1 78 16 71 5 5? 15 72 i 29 21 Division I w T L East r-iie Arbroalh ?6 MorHrcSfl 2 6 7! 75 PRO BASKETBALL ABA Utah 11? Memphis 1M tiBA PhllaciBlphia 141 Cleveland Ycrk 111 San Francisco 97 Phoenix 110 Buffalo 10? Tlif r.hih drm-nrvl I'i.r- ily HotllhiK 4-1 while llic M and K Clew a Is flumped M, Ba.siJ's Ibc lighl A! Ferrhiik singlclons. SI. BaMl's, Boh Boswcll {rammed in hro wh j I c JJcrrv iicck flipped in one in a li o L L1 i n g rncomUcr Raiuly criiisc Maxwell, ijtan Maxwell. Dave Maclochc, and Lome Gray a'l ,w" bont'ed in a fioa! ar-iffc. ltlay nlRl'1 whcn M and K Hi" "olllinK al S in Hie Ihiril P-111- "lc tli'1' will Tbn Club was aAsc-ssra] jiily o! fioal apiece. Vic I'alycliuk lone I'unlv inarkt VANCOUVER Tex Wicbo lhc tiencr-1 nf Calgary won Uin s 111 Uwir vir-1 prer nl llic Kver.ci-ccii >s I InurilMlnrnl of rnrl- Ity piT.vliiii.sly iwKlc- fralcd Mnrv Mann of Saska- toon 9-5 in lhc championship cvcnl finals. No one cxpeclctl In bent Mann ulio had reached the championship finals in five str.-tiglil and was the favorite in (he gallery. But Fink lias t'lnycd before ami llic crowd reaction didn't hot'iLT tlw 35-ycii''-olil cbarlcrcrj accoiintanL The "BOSS" (TAKES CHARGE IN WINTER) Bcsl of ihe Now BrcEcl of High Traction Winlcr Tires. Kally-Springfield'i fincsl gins brllrtl Polyosior Cord Tire Inp wililw Irotlicn ornl for mpii than our best conlinentttl winlcr lire. ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALK 4 SERVICE 401 III Avt South Mibm 3174445 ;