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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SUNNY 8AN DIBQO 'Pram Cdfwy Ak AaBimmUKHn. Ml IXTIUS. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTMyjLLAaittAU. Bowling banter At Holiday two ex- cellent performances made selecting the bowlers of the week an easy chore John Rempel came up big in Commercial Men's as he roll- ed a 921 triple Rempel took a solid run at 300 in his first game with a 296 and then followed up with games of 321 and 304 for his triple He Action is always heavy and the competition keen in Civil Servants and this past week was no exception Bart Langenburg was high man with his 278 and 744... Byron Hirsche hit for a 282 single as well as a 708 Ane Enns 278 and Alice Kolibas 266 and 726 and Carol Hurt 289... In CHEC it was Bill Willis with a 309 and 777 and Allan Brown 280 and 762 along with Elaine Brown at 284 and 751.. In CJOC play Guy Brown At Capri there was no doubt about the choice for the men's bowler-of-the-week Wimp bowling in gave the 'pins a terrific beating as he hit for 305 and 334 and a brilliant 985 triple... it was the hottest effort of the year in local bowling circles with his 985 the new season high in Gor- die's Myra Malcomson took the women's title by ex- ceeding her 179 average by 236 big pins in Speedys she Shinob Tanaka and Ryo Nagata combined to take the Remembrance Day best ball doubles with a pinfall of For games they rolled 312 and 267 .YBC stars Kim Kovacs and John rVildman were a close second with followed by 11-year- 5ld Mike Tolley and Sam airardi at and John finordi and John Rempel at High single of 374 went to Mike Tolley and Sam The YBC In men's league Matt Bemhart sparkled in Senior Citizens with a Vaughan Pennant adding a 769 triple and Bert Madill a 299 In Al Smith posted 306 ind 777 and Sam Girardi ind high in LCCA was Darryl Lagler with 304 and 780 .ops in Green's Shoes were Al Jnrau Al Smith 330 and John Rempel 308 and toy Chanda Bill Hamilton 117 and Kim Kovacs with 756 triple and Ben Mezei 751 Gary Ward's 754 and George Matchett's 789 led Sagles while in Henry Homes Arnold had 315 and Carpet PHONI mr. steam 'bowled 135 pins over his average which is a very respectable 262 He now has a 267 average after his re- cent sharp shooting On the distaff side of the ledger Deb- bie Barton stole the show with a brilliant 783 triple on games of 283 and 309 She was 267 whopping pins over her average of 172 Just an ex- cellent job of pin bashing. Exciting things are happen- ing in Classic Triples from the looks of things Steve Gangur led the way this past week with a big 393 single to aid his triple the high triple of the week belonged to Ken King with a including a single of 333. Reg wno had a big month in October doesn't seem to be slowing any as he chalked up a 315 and in the Classic The gals also took it out on the pins as Jeanette Smeed rolled 339 and Eleanor Dorigatti Dot Anderson and Dianne Violini John Rempel set the pace in Commercial Men's and it was a torrid pace Rempel hit for 921 while Steve Mezei hit for a 335 and Tak Katakami 781 and Bert Mezei 853 Vasa Lodge saw Nick Bianchi rattle the pins for a 321 on his way to a 746 Bea Hanson followed with a 308... Debbie Barton's 309 and 783 was the best in Automatic Electric helped along by a 724 by Bryan Dangas and a 289 for Laurence Block Audrey Scott was hot in Morn- ing Coffee with a single of 276 and triple of 700 Bendix saw Robert Kempenaar hit for a solid 339 and 778 Don in the same pushed the 300 mark hard with a 299 .In Alcon Heating Jack Tremblay just got over the 300 mark with a Kris Grogus rolled a 288 Holi- day Village Women got big ef- forts from three gals Irne Lynde led the way with a 297 and 278 while Ethel Styner and Mel Finnerty chipped in with 278 and 276 respectively. rolled a big 344 for a 778 triple Garry Garrick rattled the pins for a 336 and 724 Neal in YBC junior boys rolled a in bantam boys it was Tracy Sinclair with a 231 and Daren Flex- haug 203 Senior boys saw Roddy Ross roll a 216 while in junior gals it was Janis Speelman with a 242 And in CPR Social the best effort of the week was turned in by Frank Szpulak with a 302 Orly Cerney managed a 249. .reeled off games of 285 and 253 The new league highs for the besides Wimp Nakamura's were Helen Weets with a 267 in Myra Malcomson's 773 in Gary Ward with a 212 average and George Matchett with a 789 triple in Dorothy Anderson a 224 average in Sundquist Construction and Cheryl Kruchywich with a 748 triple in Bankers. highlights for the week were nine-year-old Patti Slanton with a 233 and Doug Piekema with 191 in Jet Pam Shigehiro 212 and Edwin Burwash 235 in Tom Miklos 289 and Michele Maclean 311 in Junior action and Linda Malcomson 277 and Darwin Romanchuk 281 in Senior play and the oddity of the week belongs to Jim Fletcher who spared a headpin split in PreBuilt. Ken Malcomson 305 In JCCA the leaders were Mike Tobo 306 and Nobby Tajiri 305 and 804 and Roy Senda 299 Tom Miklos led Friday YBC with 289 and 519 in women's Barb Scattergood paced Higa's with 288 and Wilma Valer was high in Knights of Columbus with 286 and leaders in Junior Shop were Janet Koole Jean Passey Dianne Corbett 290 and Jean Passey with a 753 triple In .Wednesday Coffee Lydia Geworsky rolled Jenny Smits 313 and Sharon Davidson 322 and in Martiniz- ing it was Carolyn Wilde 337 and Isabelle Bergman 311 and Masas Goshirunon a 740 triple Dianne Violini had 305 and Eleanor Dorigatti 308 in Green's with Bernice Pavan posting a 311 in NuMode Dorothy Anderson led Sundquist with a Ina Harris Bankers with Sumi Medoruma JCCA Nadine Kovacs Young Adults 702 and Michele Maclean Friday UBC with 311 and 529. SCHOENFELD OtTT BUFFALO Defeaceman Jim SchoenfeM of Buffalo Sabres underwent back surgery Monday and was expected to miss 10 to 12 weeks of the National Hockey League season. He was admitted to hospital Nov. 1 after complaining of back pains. After x-rays and other doctors said he Chiefs looked great KANSAS CITY The so-called old of Kansas City Chiefs aren't so tired after all. Ask Chicago tears. The with their entire offensive line intact for the first time this National Foot- ball League ground out 327 yards Monday night and their fired-up defence limited Chicago to 146 yards in a 19-7 victory over the Bears. The triumph lifted the Chiefs into a tie with Oakland at the top of the American Conference West Division with a 5-3-1 record and buried deeper in the National Conference Central Division cellar. said Chiefs' Coach Hank Stram. what it's all about. It was a fantastic effort. Mike Livingston rose to the occa- sion again and did a terrific job. They were great kicks by Jan and the defence played another well co- ordinated replacing the in- jured Len Dawson for the sec- ond straight hit on 11 of 22 passes for 146 in- cluding a 24-yard touchdown strike to Otis Taylor in the third quarter. Stenerud chipped in with field goals of 43 and 42 all in the first to give the Chiefs a 12-0 advan- tage. Only a delay-of-game penal- ty gave Stenerud his chance to kick his fourth three-pointer. No time showed on the clock at half time when the penalty was called. Bears' Coach Abe Gibron dharged to the fringe of the playing shook his fist at the officials and kept staring angrily at them for long sec- onds after the kick and the teams were heading for the locker rooms. got pretty Gibron admitted. never heard of defensive delay of But he admitted con- sidering the lopsided final turned out that it wasn't that big a The Chiefs' defence dumped Bears' quarterback Bobby Douglass six times for losses totaling 64 yards. Three of the sacks were by Marvin who ganged up with Curly Culp to help make the night miserable for Douglass. Trailing Douglass guid- ed the Bears on a 70- yard touchdown drive that ended with Carl Garrett sweeping wide to the left for the final nine yards. Ed Chiefs' running turned in his second best performance as a picking up 134 yards on 28 carries. Shackleford swishes 25 x Doug's of Lethbridge scored a convincing 82-64 victory over Capri in a Chinook Basketball League encounter Monday night. Joey Shackleford led the winners to their third win of the season while Ron Low hooped 15 for Capri who trail- ed 34-28 at the half. League action will continue tonight with Doug's visiting the Raymond Merchants for an tilt while Wednesday Capri will travel to Cardston. Herald- Sports Hit hard and plenty of them were the name of the game Monday in Kansas City as the Chiefs belted the Chicago Bears 19-7. Here Marvin Upshaw puts the wraps on Bears' quarterback Bobby Douglass. pool' say Steelers PITTSBURGH Pitt- sburgh Steelers said Monday they had asked the National Football League office to look into possible played on them in Sunday's 17- 9 win over Oakland Raiders. Steeler vice-president Dan Rooney outlined the following allegations made by his coaches and there were unex- plained lags in the official including one which helped Oakland kick a field goal on the last play of the first half. Raider offensive linemen had a greasy sub- stance smeared on the tops of their making them difficult to grab. a partially deflated ball was handed to Steeler centre Ray Mansfield before a field goal though Mansfield refused to use it. an obscenity was printed in ink on the strings of another ball handed Mans- field. talked morning with Art supervisor of of- and I informed him of the Rooney said. Steeler coach Chuck Noll was particularly miffed by the allegedly slow which was the responsibility of the league timekeeper at the game. were 12 seconds left in the second quarter when quarterback Daryle Lamonica threw a to receiver Siani and he was tackled in the mid- dle of the field at the 16yard Noll said. thought time had run but the clock was stopped on a supposed he added. didn't see any- body on the field call and if it was called from the bench it was Artificial turf has bad effects WASHINGTON John quarterback of San Francisco said Monday most professional football players do not like to play on artificial turf because of the heat that it throws off and the injuries caused by its hardness. Brodie described a game in Miami against the Dolphins in which he said he got heat prostration because the temperature hit 120 degrees on the field. had to have people standing up on the plane because six of us had to lay down on the way he said. LETHMIDOIOFPICIPUHNITUMLTD HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Games important for bottom clubs appear to be important at first with lowly-placed By THE CANADIAN PRESS Tonight's National Hockey League schedule doesn't 3 clubs playing. Vancouver Blazers are in St. Louis and Minnesota is at Pittsburgh. a close look at the standings show the games are important to all four clubs. The Blazers are in sixth place in the East Division with 11 but a win over the Blues would tie them for just three points out of they would have two games in hand over the fourth-place Toronto Maple Leafs. The are fourth in the West and a win would move them into a third- place tie with Chicago Black Hawks. The Penguins are sixth in the West. A win would vault them into the Blues lose. The North with just two wins so far this would move from seventh to sixth with a win. The way things have been going so far this only the top two spots in the East seem safe probably be occupied by Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens. with Buffalo minus Gilbert Toronto the Rangers having problems winning and the Islanders and Detroit the third and fourth spots in the division are wide open. The always looks the same again this year. Philadelphia and Atlanta hold down the No. 1 and No. 2 but there's only five points be- tween the next five teams. The Red who looked like the NHL's worst team at the start.of the have won two in a Vow under new coach Alex Delvecchio and they' could1 tighten things in- the East. far it's been en- said Delvecchio after Sunday's 54 win over Toronto club that humiliated the Wings 7-0 in their previous meeting. While the two-game streak may be a flash in the Del- vecchio did make one move which may be significant. He switched Guy Charron to centre from left wing and Charron responded with three goals against the Leafs. always said he was a centre-ice said Del- vecchio who played that posi- tion for 23 years in the NHL. he's proving And with Delvecchio behind the the fans in the Ol- ympia seem to be behind the team. Their earlier boos were re- placed by wild cheering through most of Sunday's played with some zest Beckert traded CHICAGO Chicago Cubs traded Glenn a four-time National League All-Star second Monday to San Diego Padres for outfielder Jerry Morales. As part of the Cubs also assigned infielder Bob Fenwick from their Wichita farm club to San Diego's Hawaii farm club. Football league will be easiest LOS ANGELES Gary who founded new major leagues in pro hockey and says it will be easier getting his new World Football League off the ground. are aware of the success that we've had and it gives us the 39- year-old lawyer says. realize football is king and they can get In on the ground floor. it stands to own a team in the National Football you have to be re- garded as one step below the The going price for a WFL franchise is excess of half a million said David- who added that the price will go up with supply and demand. who recently re- signed as president of the World Hockey is president and commissioner 20-game season is to get under way at the end of July or the first of with minimum of eight teams but we have groups and clubs in New Toron- Los Angeles and and we are negotiating with groups in Bir- Jackson- San Houston and John F. a director of Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League and head of the group that owns Toronto Toros of the has obtained the rights to the Toronto franchise if World Football goes to that city. Jim owner of Vancouver Blazers of the has said he will seek the Vancouver franchise. I've always felt football is the paramount l_ AL_ t __.j its marketing areas are ma- Davidson said. more abundant talent available and there is dis- satisfaction in the NFL. Players and fans are bored with defensive struggles and field The WFL won't buck the. NFL by playing on Sundays. play on a either Wednesday or Thurs- day Davidson said the WFL will have at least three rules that differ from the kick off from the SO Instead of the 40 to favor longer run- we'll return the ball to the line of scrimmage after missed field goals and we'll have a two-point conversion if the ball is run or passed into the end Davidson said he an- ticipates some ---1AL II__MDt in signing players but college seniors play foot- ball every year. The NFL drafts something like 400 and maybe 110 or so actually make it. feel that if we're play- ing in Honolulu and Mexico we'll draw over someone playing Buf- falo. Itrs possible we'll have a European division this year or next. Our player can see the world as he's doing his Davidson introduced the bill in fhe American Basketball Associa- tion and the blue hockey although the latter was dis- continued. experimenting right now with different colors for he said. ball is an intricate part of the game. Brown balls why be by Detroit. have a lot more en- thusiasm in the dressing room and on the ice since Alex took said Charron. want to play for Delvecchio was appointed coach last Wednesday after Ted Garvin was fired after 12 games as coach. The club record at that time was two one tie and nine losses. New England too BOSTON New Eng- land Whalers are leaders of the World Hockey Association's East Division but weren't brimming with confidence Monday night as they entertained the last-place New York Golden Blades. Their caution was justified. It was the third .game in three nights for the Whalers and they had dropped the first two. They managed a victory Monday but it was a 3-2 overtime squeaker that mov- ed them two points ahead of Quebec Nordiques. was the one we had to said Whaler coach Ron who gave most of the credit to goalie Bruce Landon. had two great games the last two nights. He's been really and he's just completely saved The New England's 12th overtime came on a 35-foot sizzler by Hugh Harris. The first period was score- and the Golden Blades took the lead in the second with a goal by Andre Lacroix. Larry Pleau of. the Whalers tied it early in the third then Brian Perry of New York and Don Blackburn of New England traded goals to send the game into over- time. An apparent goal by-the Whalers was disallowed by referee Bill Friday. Tempers flared but Whaler general1 manager Jack Kelley said he agreed with Friday's call. It was the only game on the WHA schedule Monday night. In tonight's Edmonton Oilers go after a league record llth straight victory as they entertain Los Angeles Houston Aeros visit Minnesota Fighting Cleveland Crusaders visit. Chicago Cougars and Win- nipeg Jets visit Vancouver Blazers. The picked by many before the season started to finish are well out in front of the West seven points ahead of and show no signs of faltering. Tonight's game is a triumphal return home for the Oilers. They played nine of .their first 10 games of the season in dropping only and the opposing camps were hoping they would get their come-uppance when they took to the road. But on their three-game eastern swing last week the Oilers took three decisive vic- tories. They now are 12-1 in regular season games after taking all six exhibition games. which last year set the record of 10 straight victories which the Oilers have tied and hope to break has had some hard travelling this season. The Jets' road record of 2-7- 1 shows wkjr4hey are looking forward to early December when they have an eight-game home stand. At home they are 5-0-1. Defenceman Bob Woytowich admits the Jets' road record is very im- sure going to be nice to get that stretch at home. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W Red Deer 11 The Pass 10 Calgary 10 Edm........... 8 Drum.......... 6 10 Leth 3 11 WORLD T F A 0 84 63 22 0 61 52 20 0 93 75 20 0 84 77 16 1 66 83 13 1 51 89 7 NFL OlvMien W L T F 8 DIvMon W L T F A N. Eng....... 10 6 1 64 49 21 Quebec Chi Clave Tor NY 5 10 S'11 WMt Edm 12 Minn.......... S Wpg......... 7 Houston....... 6 L. Ang........ 5 12 Van........... 3 13 1 67 59 19 1 51 41 17 2 50 44 16 3 58 67 13 2 40 74 12 0 64 34 24 1 54 40 17 2 57 54 16 1 47 32 13 0 44 67 10 0 41 76 6 HOCKEY SCORES World New England 3 New York 2 Saskatchewan Junior Yorkton 7 Reglna Silver Foxes 3 Alberta Junior Red Deer S Calgary 4 A Miami 8 1 0 245 94 Buffalo 5 4 0 147 163 NY Jets 3 6 0 149 183 N. 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