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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___ Tuesday, November 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Gilbert, Hndficld setting pace Cesare not letting much get by MONTREAL Two veteran (fJump i Worslcy and Ccsarc Kanisgo of Minnesota North K! provided tire Na- tional Hockey League with its best early-season nclminding mark since 1953. Statistics released by the league today show that after limiting the opposition to only two goals in three Minnesota victories last f V.'orsley's 3-0 shutout over tnu Flyers'in Philadelphia last Sun- pair has allowed 21 goals in 14 games. This is five fewer goals than Bowling Banter AT BOWL, Jack Smeed, a former Western Canada singles champion and a member of sev- eral South Zone teams that have captured Western and national titles, is obviously back in the groove and cots the nod as the men's bowler-of-the-week for a pair of red-hot efforts .He came up with 280-331-311 for a rousing 922 triple and for an Bea Salmon took the honors as the women's bowier-of-the-week by pacing her team to berth in the South Zone final of the Col. Sandeis rollofls with 207-312-338 for a great 857 triple Three new league highs were set during the week, Hill Jensen taking over in Senior Citizens with a average Zena Sanders with a 218 average in Ji a'ncl K Hardware and Faye Urano with a 342 single in JCCA. One of the shining stars of the week was 11- vpar-old Hervie Pocza, who sports a solid 216 ayer- and who clicked for a masterful 3o3 in nfay other pace-setters were Greg Krokosh 233 and W for a 475 double, Kevin Prindle 233 and a 448 Rod Malchow 243 and a 444 double. Sandra Hamilton 244 and a 415, Selma Nishimura 249 and a 449 and Baden Pilling 269 and 256 for a 52a Ca- pri's 30-member team will meet Medicine Hat in a challenge match this weekend in the Gas City. First tournament of the season is set for Thurs- dav Remembrance Day, with a best ball doubles affair open to all those interested partners will he picked in a hat draw with a low average bowler learning up with a high average performer. In the Col Sanders rolloffs 12 teams qualified for the zone final with the Pin Pointers setting the pace with a pintail of Individual stars were Bea Salmon 338 and 857, Ruth Cunningham 320, May Syme 307 and Linda Movey 301. IN league play, the big guns fired away again in 1 Gordie's paced by Jack Smeed's 331 and 922 Orest Yurchak rolled 301 and 809, Yutaka Urano and 823 Steve Pedersen 301 and 840, Ernie Frache 301 and 811, Bert Meiei 335 and 848, Sam Girardi 315 and 805, John Rempel 300 and 798, Tak Katakaini with a 798 triple and it's great to see veteran George Smerek back in the fold after a siege with a broken leg as he rolled a fine 820 triple Ian Wil- son led Simpsons-Sears with 301 while in Green's the leaders were Ken Kurtz 329 and 813, Dave Smeed 338 and 789. Jack Smeed 348 and 882 and Al Smith 310 Tops in JCCA were Jiro Miyagawa 344, Dave Kunimolo 323 and Dale Fujita 315 with Brace Can- field high in Young Adults at 320. Some of the gals enjoyed big weeks with Grace Beard coming back from a fine effort the previous week for a 301 in Speedys Velma Miller's 311 and Lil Holt's paced Senior Citizens with Hay lliebert with 331 and 781 and Bernice Hay's 316 and 759 top- ping Martinizing Bea Salmon's 779 triple led Green's with Hilda Tinordi's 299 high in NuMode Homes Marie Smith was the star in Sundquist Construction with 302 and 767 with Faye Urano high in JCCA with 342 Alice Kolibas paced Doug's with 289. Kay Elliott AGT with 315, Vivian Hnatiuk Simpsons with 275 and Karlyn Spitzer Civil Service with a 746 triple The oddities of the week belong to John Wildman and Bunny Anderson who both spared headpin splits, John in YI3C senior play and Bunny in a Claresholm challenge match. Lorraine McLean cowgirl champ C'AI.GAliV (CD Lorrain i all-round champion hy the Ca- McLean of Turner Valley was nadian Girls Rodeo Association. The 25-year-old teacher also finished first in goat tying and calf roping. Kathy Bargctt of Cremona, Alia., was runner-up in the all- round category and took tiie cow riding competition along the steer undecorating title. Curtis turned the tide BALTIMORE (AP) Mike Jurtis will have two metal pins removed from a mending bro- ;en thumb today, and he hopes the operation will give him more football mobility. Bui the bulky cast worn by Baltimore's middle linebacker may have restricted his play just enough Monday night to aroduce a 24-17 victory for the )olls over Los Angeles Rams. With his right thumb in a rigid position and unable to grasp properly, Curtis used his arm as sort of a club to jar the ball loose from Larry Smith of the Rams in the fourth quarter. Fellow linebacker Ted Hend- ricks snared the ball in full stride and romped 31 yards into the end zone for a touchdown which snapped a 10-10 tie with to play. Scores by Baltimore's Tom Matte and'Matt Maslowski of the Rams were added in the closing two minutes, but it was Ihe fumble popped free by Cur- tis which turned the tide in the nationally-televised game. SAW BALI, IN" AIR HendricliS first saw the ball about seven feel in the air. and grabbed it about a foot off Uie ground. "It was a freak thing, and 1 just happened to be Hendricks said. Just 82 seconds before Hend- ricks scored, a 32-yard field goal by Baltimore's Jim O'Brien had tied it 10-10, overcoming a Los Angeles lead that had existed since just before halftime. Matte, Baltimore's 32-year-old workhorse who gained 97 yards, had given the Colts a 7-3 lead with the first of his two touch- downs with to go in the sec- ond quarter. But the Rams, who opened the scoring with David Ray's 20-yard field goal, struck back quickly. They drove 60 yards in seven plays to go in front 10-7 on a 12-yard TD pass from Roman Gabriel to Les Joseph- son. The victory pulled Baltimore to within a half-game of first place Miami in the American Conference East, while the Rams fell Hi games off the pace from front-running Sari Francisco in the National Conference West. any other learn has allowed and' i lowered the Worsley-.Maniago combined goals-againsl average .50 from the 1.72 figure the xiir had compiled one week defensive backfield All of thr jobs now. willi the exception o Al Mareelin, are hold by Cana- dians. Gotla has no alibis for the loss to llatnillon thai ended the Rider season. "Wo. know we were short in explained the coacli. "Hill you always hope. They just heat us." i Buy 3 shock absorbers at regular price GET THE 4th FOR Now at tliese Firestone Stores: Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. ;