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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter NASA GOSHINMON bowler-of-the-month At Capri the spotlight shines on Mau GoBhlommi as getting the nod for her sparkling 896 triple in Martinizing she rolled 343 and 311 and is off to her finest year yet with an average of 230 The men's bowler-of-the-week is Mike Tobo who turned in a pair of great performances he hit for and 298 and an 884 triple in Gordie's and came back with 299 and 205 and an 850 in JCCA Carol-yn Wilde took the women's honors for the week with a rousing 370 in Mar- Bowlers are reminded to register for the Remembrance Day best ball doubles Sunday at 1 p.m.. bowlers may pick their own partner or Al Pearson will place individuals and combin- ed averages cannot exceed 450 In the first JCCA tourna- ment of the Masa Goshinmon and Wimp Nakamura took the mixed doubles with a pinfall of with Sumi Merioruma and Mas Shigehiro second Tom Medoruma and Mas Shigehiro won the men's doubles with 558 to beat out Ryo Nagata REG ARNOLD bowler-of-the-month for the year she finished with a 812 200 pins over her average Special mention goes to Nellie Conrad who took over high single in Juniors Shop with a well over her 157 average also Karlyn Spitzer who posted a big 910 triple in a pre- bowl session in Green's Shoes ...she had and 320... New highs for the week were Matt Bernhart's 337 and 775 in Senior Dorothy Sorensen's 799 triple in Keith Warner's 338 in Knights of Columbus and Marg Smith's 766 in Speedys. and Ken Kamitomo High scores were Ken Kamitomo with a 779 triple. Mas Shigehiro 302 and Nobby Tajiri 290 and Ryo Nagata 337 and Hink Urano Masa Goshinmon a 720 Sumi Medoruma 726 and Wimp Nakamura 751... YBC highlights for the week were Sandra Ferguson 163 and Dean Hovey 181 in Kim Tolley 202 and Mike Tolley 228 in Karen Ludwig 265 and Robert Miklos 304 in juniors and John Wildman 317 and 802 and Bob Hirsche 280 in seniors. League stars for the week included Matt Bernhart 337 and 775 in Senior Keith Warner 338 and 756 in Knights of Mike Tobo 371 and 884 in Cec Beaudry 321 and 780 in Gary Ward 301 in Ken Malcomson an 817 triple in Henry Mike Tobo 346 and 850 and Jiro Miyagawa 343 in JCCA the gals were led by Dorothy Anderson 292 and 750 in Ethel Harvie 295 in Grace Vandyk 316 and Nellie Conrad in Kay Davison 312 in Morning Carolyn Wilde-370 and 812 in Dena Smith Linda Malcomson 337 and 811 and Isabella Bergman 301 and 833 in Retta Lazaruk 308 in Bea Salmon 288 and 767 in and Sumi Medoruma 306 and 814 in JCCA. At Holiday the honor of being selected bowler-of- the-month goes to Reg Arnold who is off and winging to a fine season in Classic Triples he had four- game pmfalls of and and single ef- forts of 348 and 316 he boosted his average from 244 to 264 in a great month of pin-battering the men's bowler-of-the- week is Danny Paskuski with Highlighting league play in Bendix were Garth Barr with a 306 and Betty Royle 268 while high in Simpsons-Sears were Ed Rossetti 260 and Ber- nice Hartley 260 and a 680 tri- ple Holiday Village was led- by Dena Smith with 294 and 784 and Lois Aucoin 294 and 789 while in Dept. of Agriculture Don McDowell There was some fancy pin- falling in Gassic Triples as Ken King hit for a 369 and four-game total of while Ken Kurtz had 358 and Reg Arnold 348 and Tim luvale 325 and and Jack Smeed 311 and The Elais Sawilla posted 308 and Jack Tremblay 303 and 770 and Marianne Harrington 260 to pace Alcon Heating.. Tops in CJOC were Leon Chechryn Jim MePike Diane Wilson 281 and Vicky Borfuss 278 Frank Prusak led the men in CHEC with 314 and Bill Willis adding 286 and Elaine Brown a 329 and 708 in CPR which is 240 pins over his 156 average the star of the week among the gals was Mel Finnerty who was 184 pins over her 184 average with 268 and 269 for a triple of 736 Big guns in Commercial Men's were Bill Hleucka with 368 and Ken Kurtz 336 and Ken Larson Gary Carrol 319 and John Rempel 309 and 805.. John Leads the league with an average of 262 turned in a 348 and Rod Cher- nos 302 and 776 Lorraine Szentes led the women with 251 Week's best in Vasa Lodge were Bud Grouette 258 and Bea Hanson 258 Morn- ing Coffee was paced by Jo Hodges with a 264 and in Automatic Electric Ann Fredrick had a 268 and Dick Wells 253. gals were led by Jeannette Smeed with 316 and Dianne Violini 304 and and Jean Christie 296 and Ben Evanson starred in Senior Citizens with 302 with Harry- Chapman adding 292 and Roy La Valley 290. 257 Danny Paskusko stole the show for the men in CPR with 329 with Alma Williams leading the women with 306 and Janice Johnson adding 293 and George Matchett 296 In Civil Ser- vants Dick Hewer clicked for 301 and George Komanac 279 and Alice Kolibas 283. Hoop officials will benefit EDMONTON Basketball officials in Southern Alberta will benefit from a regional basketball coaches and officials clinic to be held December 7-9 in Medicine Hat. The sponsored by Medicine Hat Junior College and the Alberta Department of Youth and is part of a program to further develop sport in Alberta. is to provide interested basketball officials and coaches with the best ex- pertise available in order to upgrade said Dwight supervisor of athletics with Alberta youth and recreation. Instructors at the clinic are Jack technical director of the Cana- dian Amateur Basketball Association and coach of Canada's national basketball and Rick provincial interpreter of basketball rules. Cutler tops TORONTO Kickers Gerry Organ of Ottawa Rougfc Riders and Dave Cutler of Ed- monton Eskimos have been confirmed as respective scor- ing champions in the Eastern and Western Football Conferences. The two Canadian-born players jumped into early leads in the 1973 Canadian- born Football League season and were never really threatened as the final of- ficials statistics showed Mon- day to retain their individual scoring titles. with 123 points this scored 131 in 1972 while Cutler had 133 as opposed to 126 a year ago. Cutler finished the season with a CFL record 32 field goals to go along with 29 converts and eight singles. who had set the record 31 when Ottawa finished its schedule a week also kicked 25 converts and five singles. O H T M H M. T conMcwic9 Scoring TD C FQ S Pto 0 25 31 5 123 0 32 21 7 102 0 25 10 18 100 0 29 19 1 87 8 0 0 0 48 7 0 0 0 42 7 0 0 0 42 TD C FQ S Cutler E ......0 29 32 6 133 S ...0 37 22 7 110 S........14 0 0 0 8T C 0 18 19 5 80 BC 10 0 0 0 60 E 9 0 0 0 54 W 2 12 9 3 54 Joevenazzo to sit out CALGARY Stan Lethbridge Longhorns' coach in the Alberta Junior Hockey has been suspended for one Jim league said said the suspension resulted from Maxwell's bal harassment of a referee during a game between Longhorns and Calgary Canucks Oct. 30 in Lethbridge. The league president also said that Longhorns' Randy Joevenazzo will sit out one game. Joevenazzo was given a game misconduct in the same game for verbal abuse of an official after receiving a minor penalty. The suspension will be serv- ed when the Longhorns and Calgary Canucks meet again in Calgary this evening. SHARKS BUY WILKIE LOS ANGELES Los Angeles Sharks Monday purchased goalie Ian Wilkie from Edmonton Oilers for an unannounced price in a World Hockey Association transac- tion. NOW OPEN Buys lid Slrls Skate Exchange Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized Jut A NEW SHIPMENT OF TACKS PremCCM Tht ova so r AM M STOCK Ml. LM MM HMIfWlN.1014.UllariNS11Z Jr.TMktNi.11H. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. CLOSED MONDAY OpnTtm.AFrl.Ti9M- South Alberta for over 30 VMCI Hanratty sacked Pittsburgh Steelers didn't need this kind of action ion Biggs Steelers lost their number one quarter- Monday night. Terry who later left the game back Terry Bradshaw last with a rib is sacked by Washington Redskin Ver- Lose another quarterback Steelers bounce Redskins THE LETHMIOOE HERALD -11 LDS name Ian Mandin to dinner Ian Mandin has been named as the master of ceremonies for the sixth annual LDS Father and Son Athletics Award Banquet. The banquet is slated for the Lethbridge Community College January 1974. a veteran of 14 years in the broadcasting is currently the instructor of the radio arts program at the LCC. He has his bachelor of Arts degree in the field of com- munication with the emphasis i on television production and direction. He has produced and directed numerous TV shows on Utah Ian also worked at Edmon- ton's top sports and has been the host of many radio shows here in Lethbridge at CHEC and later CJOC. Head table guests will be named throughout the coming weeks by banquet co- chairmen Bill Binning and Garry Allison and will cover the broad spectrum of sports on both the local and inter- national level. Tickets remain at apiece and will be available to the general public in the im- mediate future. PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh overcom- ing quarterback adversity with big offensive have widened their lead in the American Football Conference Central Division. Down to back-up quarter- backs Terry Hanratty and Joe Gilliam because of Terry Bradshaw's separated the Steelers held off a late charge to defeat Washington Redskins 21-16 Monday night in a National Football League game. got somebody up there taking care of said Steeler tackle Joe who recovered one Redskins' fumble and fell on two others by the Steelers. Hanratty lasted only a half before aggravating a rib in- but he staked the Steelers to a 14-6 lead on touchdown passes to Preston Pearson and Ron Shanklin. When the ailing Hanratty left the game early in the third the lead was in the hands of a second-year man who was on the Steelers' taxi squad last week. Gilliam fired a 46-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Barry Pearson six minutes into the fourth quar- ter to give the Steelers a 21-9 lead But on the next Gilliam passed on second-and- 12 at the Steeler 22 and Brig Owens made his second in- terception of the night. Six plays Billy Kilmer hit Larry Brown with a 17- yard touchdown pass to trim the Pittsburgh lead to 21-16 Three field goals by Curt Knight earlier in the game ac- counted for Washington's other points Svare calls it quits SAN DIEGO Harland Svare resigned Mon- day as head coach of San Diego who have won only one of their first eight National Football League games this season Ron assistant coach in charge of special was named interim head coach. record wasn't good so I'm stepping Svare said. was my Svare said he and Eugene V. the Chargers' decided on the course of ac- tion Sunday night after Kan- sas City Chiefs beat the Chargers dropping 'San Diego's season record to 1-6-1. was the first player ever signed by the Chargers when formed in Los Angeles in and later was a running back for Los Angeles Rams. Waller said he took the job on an interim The Chargers' losses been very hard on hard on my pride and my said a former linebacker. For weeks he has been the target of boos and paper debris from the stands in San and the idea of quitting had my mind several times Washington got the ball with five minutes and a pass interference call against safety Glen Edwards gave the Redskins a first down on the Steeler 17 Kilmer then tossed a pass to who was hit hard by safety Mike Wagner The ball popped out of Brown's and into the arms of Edwards. Edwards fumbled when he was hit on the same but Greene came up with the ball on the Steeler and Pittsburgh ran out the clock for its 13th straight regular- 'season win at home. IAN MANDIN NEW LIFETIME WARRANTY BATTERIES 24.75 29.75 EXCHANGE NEW 3 YEAR WARRANTY BATTERIES 18.75 2O.75 EXCHANGE LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. Distributors for New Delco and Globelite Batteries Phone 327-5587 217 -12th St. 'B' South Uethbridge SM flu hr But Dnl Fir Emry 'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRII 1tt1 M t. TABfeR SMh AvtflM B.C. ;