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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wcdncidny, November 8, 197J Roundup of bowling CAPRI IOWL DOUO'S Karen Holm 355; Dorothy Anderson 543 (Mil! RUDY Oaccn 7.19 Ber- nke Hay Y14; Ann Duval 215, Hclfn Rossettl 236; Micky Fllclcs 356; Alice Kollbas 21J; Marg Dyck 216; Bonnie Ohcon JI4; Mary MihallK JK FRIDAY YBC Juniors IWlctuel Slurun !IOi Roberl d.rson 251; Joyce WIIKIns 1B6] DEV Pessey IBS; Andrew 257; Kim Prlndle 251; Don Coull! 2S9; Mien le Maclean !'.3. Banlami Slepheii Kenwood IBS; Merylen Bun- 237; Kevin prlndls 17B; LUj Coull! 157; Wlctoel Gcrla IV; Don Tlnordl JOB; Mallndn Hamilton 207; Mark Gratiinger 161; Brad Kirsclien- AGT SOCIAL CirolB HomulDS Chrl! Ell 221; Linda Aspeslel 313; Ev Hunt 234; Ma- vis Tullle 210; George Richardson 226; Ken Hollas 236; Brian Murkln 246; Dennis Klslo 231; Frank Tullle 227; Phinip P..K.I m. Tina Wilson CIVIL SERVICE Al Taylor 35J Sieve Dlmnitt 243 MIha Prokop 27J John ErlcKson (729'; Hugh Cliris- lie 255; Mel AmaUo 152; June Taylor Vonna Hedenslrome Ena Cralk 2J5; Kay Balrioala 240 BANTAM "B" BOYS Darrin Swaren 1GO; Rod Krokosh U7- Tommy Doyle 163; Brian Brown 149, Ray Brown Geol paskuskl 15fl; Bruce Egeland M7; Derek Tay- BANTAM "A" BOYS Marty Shigchlro 239; Parry Milcn- Bld 140; B1H Taylor 305; Gerg Forrest T9H; Kevin Grahll 199; Wervln Conrad 179; John Jardlnell 1B7; Greg Walson 170 BANTAM GIRLS Tracy Tamayose 312; Sandra Hamil- ton 207; Valeria McDonald 191; Laura snowell 191; Lorraine Kwan 190; Kim Tolley Ifli; Lori ChaKi 170; Jackje Pearson 145; Pam Vlrosiek 163; Laurie Lopushlnsfcy 174, JUNIORS AND SENIORS John Wlldman 271; Barry Neldsr- niler 281- John RDIS 7JD; Bob Hlrschfl 233' Peter Lnrsrn 2G1; Jnnyce WcsMIng 2-12; Linda Malcormon 392 (503'; Rob- in Moncncfl 22-1; Kalle Pcdrlnl 23i; Jcnniefer 331. CPR SOCIAL Alma Obprg 2BS Chris Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) Walton's shot stops Brooks BOSTON (AP) A practice shot from the stick of team- mate Milie Walton broke the left collarbone of Boston Bruins' No. 2 goalie, Ross Brooks, Tuesday, and sidelined him for at least two months, a team spokesman said. The injury was a serious blow to the defence of the Na- tional Hockey League's Stanley Cun champions, who are off to a slow- start this year as super- star defenceman Bobby Orr re- covers from a knee operation. Brooks, 35, was undefeated with two wins and two ties in his first year in the NHL, after coming up from Boston Braves, who won the Eastern Division of the American Hockey League during their first sea- son last year. First siring goalie Eddie Johnston has a 4-G-O record this year. The injury occurred during a "rapid-fire" drill, in which seven or eight players take shots in quick succession to sharpen a goalie's reflexes, the spokesman said. Brooks was taken to hospital in "intense pain" and surgery was said to be possible, the spokesman added. oner -ImlCD Jonnlon M Shirley Alexander 279 Elaln Sinclair 235; Rosl Johnson 223; Bun nv Maloney 238; cleas Schweitzer 23; Rollle Howes IK; Dick Wheoler 213. YOUNG ADULTS Ken Kuril 2B7; Jim Mllcomion 2BO Darwin RnmanchuK 276; RIcK Barv Les Erlckson m: Leslie Klllln 233; Nodlne Kovacj 293 (8131; Bai Peyne 262; Linda Malcomlon 2 Shelh Wasyinhen 229. SENIOR CITIZENS C. Van Wyk 260; Roy LaValley 253 Frank Bernharl 591 (7071; Walt- Baker 1U; Bill Jensen 302; Hem drown 252 Ellen Johnson 23 Volmc Miller 2H Maria Tu 142 Hilda Blanchl 271; Ma] Warebflrg 254; Kalle Bernharl 229. HIOA'S Shirley Alexander 267 Susa Wolsloncrolt 275 Barb Scalier flood 293 (7B7-; Loralne Pfrrsley 25 Sand) Lund 244; Shirley Boy 246; Marlene SBler 255; Pal Jarvl 32S Marg Mlchalenko 154; Mann 295 W.O) PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Agnes Han 276 Medra Hams 261; Judy Harnack 268 (691) Doris Shoclor 253; Linda Malcomso 276 Bill Low 240; Darlene H hoier 744; Larry Dumonller 233; Gar Low 732; Larry Tamakl 297 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Moroan Sparks 295 Joe Tol 305; Ellas Sawllla 270 Jac Smeed 210 Ken Mack 262; Bar nolce Pavan 240; Carol Laiaruk 240 Bob Coslanzo 300 Tino luval 293 Jeanelle Smeed 264. Julia nulcher 251 Gerela still keeps streak PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitts burgh Steelers placekicker Boj Gerela got good news from the National Football League office string of 102 con secutive extra-point conversions is still intact. League officials ruled that fumble of the snap by holder Bobby Walden after the Steel ers' second touchdown agalns Cincinnati Sunday was not con sidered a miss by Gerela. On the play, Gerela picked up [he ball and attempted a left- rooted drop kick, but it was blocked. All Canadian Leather Boots ana Slippers! Ladies' warm 14" Snowboots Keep your feet warm this win- ter in these 14" high snowbootsl of quality leather with a full length zipper for easy on and off. Cosy flcecs lin-ing. Brown or Black. In Ladles' iizes 6-10. Lyons of ilipporelto vinyl. Bloc or Red. 5- Pair Slipper tendon fold-iin in wet look :k. While, Nnvy 10. 3.97 Mylar Slipper Indies' gold coloured sling- back slippci hoi floral rJc- and malchlng Injolc. lni" heel. 5-10. Pair 4.97 Cocktail Boot! tady> Icnlhflr coclctail with IJfl" heel. trim. Brown, Black. 6-10. Pair 14.86 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday nnrl Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magratrr Drive AWARDS FOR THE SHORT AND THE TALL Kareem-Abdul Jabbar the seven foot two inch star of fho Milwaukee Bucks of the Mafional Baskelboll Association and Jockey Willie Shoemaker, who is 'all in the saddle, are a study in contrasts at a recenf awards banquet. (AP Wirephoto) Conditions right Barry was wrong By THE ASSOCIATED I'HESS Rick Barry, chasing a Na- tional Basketball Association foul shooting record, wanted the conditions to be perfect. "The basket doesn't look right to me, it looks a little high and a liltle off said Barry before he and his Golden Stale Warriors met Buf- falo Braves Tuesday night. Perhaps thinking too much about the basket, Barry missed his first foul shot in 40 tries this season, but the Warriors found everything else to their satis- faction en route to a 105-91 vic- tory at Buffalo Auditorium. Barry wound up with ID points in the game. However, he had 2-oH from the free throw line. The Warriors' fla- shy forward had hit 39 straight and was closing on the NBA record of 55 held by Bill Shar- man. In Tuesday night's other NBA games, Atlanta Hawks nudged Baltimore Bullets 109-107 in overtime and Los Angeles La- kers turned hack Houston Rockets 122-109. SUBS PACE WARRIORS Clyde Lee, who filled In for j Cazzie Russell in the last two quarters after Russell devel- oped a cramp in his leg and had to leave, controlled the boards at Buffalo and Jeff Mul- lins scored most of his game- liigh 22 points in the last half. Lee wound up with 18 rebounds in just 27 minutes ot work, also a game high. George Trapp's basket with left in overtime gave At- lanta its victory over Balti- more. After the basket by Trapp, who scored 22 points and had a career-high 19 rebounds, liolh teams missed scoring opportunities. Pete Maravich led the Hawlis with 28 points while Mike Rior- dan also hatl for Baltimore. Happy Ilairston scored 30 points to pace the Laker triumph. Jerry West had only 10 points on 5-of-I8 shots from the field, hut contributed 20 as- sists to the Los Angeles of- fence. Mike Nc'.vlin lind 30 points for the losers. Oilers upset with Wells HOUSTON (AP) Houston Oilers' general manager, John Brecn, said Tuesday that con- troversial wide receiver War- ren Wells has been fined, sus- pended and placed on the move list for absenteeism from Oiler Workouts and for missing a team plane to Cleveland. Breen said Wells has been paid about M.OOO for two games with the hut added he won't be paid any more "until he gets physically in shape." Wells worked out with the Oilers for the first time last week and was supposed to ac- company the Oilers to Cleve- land for last Sunday's pame with the Browns, lie didn't show up. Wells was supposed to meet with coach Bill Peterson Mon- day to discuss the situalion, but no meeting was held. Well? reported to the Oilers last week after being picked up on waivers from Oakland Raid- ers. In order to conic to Houston, Wells had to get his proba- tionary status changed to Texas, lie is on probation until 1975 resulting from a 1909 at- tempted-rape conviction. Peterson said Wells' fins was substantial but did not giva a specific amount. Russians will tour NHL cities DETROIT (CT) A four- game exhibition lour ot se- lected National Hockey Lcaeuc cities by one o[ the top Sovid Union teams has been approved tor late next January. R. Alan Eagleson, executive- director of the NHL Players' Association, said in a statement Tuesday that "this Is a Joint venture pursuant to an agree- ment entered into three years ago between the NHL owners and the NHLPA mid docs not involve any other organ- ization." The executive committees ot :he component members of the NHL owner-player council met for the purpose of exploring lie request of the Soviet Ice lockey Federation for a series of four games to be played in North America during the lal- .er half of January, Eagleson said. The NHLPA was represented president Red Berenson ot Detroit Red Wings, victprcsi- dent Stan Mikita of Chicago Jlack Hawks, and Eagleson. The NHL was represcnled by lharles W. Mulcahy Jr., chair- man, a vice-president of Boston Bruins; Bruce To-ris of the Red Wings and W. W. Wirtz of Chicago. President Clarence Campbell of the MIL was also iresent. "The meeting approved the iroposal and authorized the un- lerfakinp of immediate iations with the Soviet feder- ation of all the necessary ar- angements to implement the Eagleson said. "The scries will entail the participation of one of (he ton hrce clubs of I he Soviet first [vision four NIIL member clubs not yet scloclcd, their respective tome cities." FOR ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS DIMETAPP For round tho clock lief of sinus congestion colds. 12 cxlcnlobs or 4 or liquid. 7Q YOUR CHOICE I W PARAMETTES Chewable vitamins for children. 100's. C.Z" PARDEC Orange flavoured child- ren'l liquid vitamins. 16 EACH 1.59 First place bonuses >iiid OTTAWA fCI' Ottawa liiders will collect Incc bonus money desnile fin- sliinp .second in ic Rflslorn Confer nco. Ronoral mnnanr.r I'Yank Clnir aid todny Hint afler n tine cnr by Ibe Icam lie. was not olne; lo argue nbont who fin- sbed first. Iltimlllon nnil Ollau'a ended 10 roKulnr season idenli- al win-loss records, but Ifin bad flrfcati'tl Ibc Ilib in Ihrtu; ituihnr.s iluiini; le regular .season lo (jet I bo yc Into Iho playoffs. NOVAHISTINE ELIXIR Relieves cold Antacid suspension. The non conslipaling 'D' Tablets for colds, fever, ar-companying poins and Controccplivft focm wilh cpplitalor. adulis ond childrm. 4 01. 1 EACH NOXZEMA ANTI-PERSPIRANT 6 oz. daodorant plus 40% more ot no o.x'rn cosl. 77 EACH B REGULAR 5 OT. deodorant plu-i more ot no cx''n roit. EACH 1 Intensive cars lotion. 1 8 or. EACH I. (TM) COTTON BALLS 300'i. 2 .99 FRENCH FORMULA PROFESSIONAL HAIRSPRAY 1.1 r.7. EACH i SWORD Special P.ondcd Shavinq syilfim. Conlains roror and 5 bonded EACH DENT PEARL DROPS Tooth polish. 60 nil. EACH HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO 12 or. CACH "Ow Reiarva Ihn Limit'QucintlliosPriusi In effect through Nov. lllh "Proicriptlon Dollvery Sorvieo" Woolen Pharmacy Operand by Jock Auilln Pharmacy (Al bsrta) Lid. A Dlvlllon of Dominion Cllru! and Druni. lid- Opon Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;