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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 14, 1974 Gold Glove award goes to Robinson ST. LOUIS (AP) Brooks Robinson, the sticky-fingered third baseman for baseball's Baltimore Orioles, heads the list of Gold Glove winners an- nounced Tuesday by The Sporting News, a weekly sports newspaper published here. The Gold Glove winners, first chosen in 1957, are members of the newspaper's all-star fielding team and are picked by a vote of the managers and coaches of their respective leagues. In addition to Robinson, who won the award for the 15th consecutive season, Baltimore, which topped the American League's East Divi- sion placed three other members on the fielding Grich at second base, Mark Belanger at short- stop and Paul Blair in the out- field. Others on the American League team included George Scott, Milwaukee Brewers' first baseman: outfielders Joe Hudi of Oakland A's. and Amos Otis of Kansas City Royals; New York Yankees' catcher Thurman Munson, and Chicago White Sox' pitcher Jim for the 13th consecutive year. Except for Rudi, who made the squad for the first time, all members of the A.L. team were repeaters from 1973. The National League team has 1974 most valuable player Steve Garvey of Los Angeles Dodgers at first base; Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds, at second: Dave Concepcion, also of the Reds, at shortstop, and Dave Rader, Houston Astros, at third. The outfielders include the Reds' Cesar Geronimo, the Astros' Cesar Cedeno, and Bobby Bonds, recently traded by San Francisco Giants to New York Yankees. The Sporting News again picked Johnny Bench of the Reds as the National League's most sure-handed catcher, as he has been every year since he played his first full major league season in 1968. The Dodgers' Andy Mes- sersmith is the Gold Glove pitcher, marking the first time in 10 seasons that Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Car- dinals was not chosen. Japanese and Expos will play MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal Expos will meet Yomiuri Giants of Japan in an exhibition game at Daytona Beach, Fla., next spring dur- ing the National League club's training camp. Jim Fanning, general man- ager of the Expos, announced Wednesday the game against Japan's top professional team will be played March 10. The exhibition will be one of NOTICE! FREE WALLPAPER CLINIC TIME: Nov. p.m. PLACE: FREDDIES PAINT LTD. 816 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5540 PLEASE PHONE BY NOV. to ENSURE YOUR SEAT PROGRAM: Color film on wallcovering How to choose wallcovering Where to use wallcoverings How to apply wallcoverings. 28 the Expos plan to play next spring. Minor hockey Paced by the two- goal performance of Charlie DeJager the Nationals belted the Labor Club Bees 7-2 in Midget action. Ross Mitchell, Roy Duval, Darrell Ferguson, Kirk Prince and Randy Charlesworth shared in the remaining National markers. Dave Zarooben and Warren Calder replied for the Bees as they trailed 4-0 after two periods. Lakeside ends golfing year Joe Schandor is the new President of the Lakeside Golf League. Schandor succeeds Gordon Laurie at the helm. Rounding out the remainder of the 1975 executive are vice president Steve Spisak; treasurer John Syme; secretary Jack White; statistician Rob Anderson; assistand Statistician Aki Oshiro; rules Tom Tomiyama and prizes Bobby Brown. Tops in league Frache's won the Lakeside Golf League this past Chaki. Back, left to right, Shig Takeyasu, Tom Medor- summer. Honored at the closing stag were, front, left uma, Ky Shigehiro and George Higa. Missing were to right, Ed Mihalik, Mike Tobot, Alex Murrell and Yosh Nobby Tajiri and Ken Tsujiura. Bowling scores roundup HOLIDAY BOWL SCORES GOLDEN AGE Alf Bell 259; Frank Bernhart 279; Velma Miller 271; Louise Milner 200; Hilda Bianchi 257 Nick Bianchi 223: Ruby Oseen 270 Arvid Oseen 346 Harry Chapman 254: Kay Davison 224: Mary Ward 231; Rose Nunweiler 238. COMMERCIAL MEN'S Bill Koskoski 321 Ernie Frache 323 Bill Hleucka 337 John Rempel 306 Darwin Romanchuk 293; Kirn Kovacs 323 Ken Larson 298 Bill Malcomson 315 Ken Kurtz 322 Bob Costanzo 299; Mike Zmurchuk 306; Re0 Arnold 321 Jack Stead 301; Ab Paskuski 310 Jack Jones 281 Ken King 281 YOUNG ADULTS Barbara Toth 255: Rudy Traichel 278: David Urban 235: Gloria Bell 222; Darwin Romanchuk 310 Adella Besseling 257; Gerry Gardin 228; Gilbert Closson 232: Laurie Koshney 214: Rogan Sinclair 272 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Alf Pedrini 264 Wilma Valer 274 Dianne Violini 320 Mike Violini 291 Brenda Goodhope 291 Shirley Warner 278: Morgan Sparks 343 Barry Rosenfelt 268; Pete Berthiaume 284 Wayne Wishlow 264; Ron Angyal 266: Shirley Warner 278. ALPINE DRYWALLING Jean Christie 281 Evelyn More 264: Ann Chanda 245 Barb Jarvie 249 Betty Hobbs 299 Alia Clark 235: Freda Linn 238: Ruby Oseen 236; Olga LaRoque 235: Eloise Ives 238 Joan Sudo 231. CIVIL SERVICE Bev Swaren 338 Ken May 278: Alice Kolibas 265 Bernice Stewart 298 Mike Prokop 279 Edith Voth 248: Mary Zimmer 284 Les Fisher 240: Rick Kennedy 272: Tom Snow 286 Janet Radtke 273 Y.B.C. JUNIORS Malinda Hamilton 223; Patrick Doyle 201: Miich Brown 212: Terry Hamilton 219: Randy Teichroeb 289: Judy Rapuano 213: Daren Flexhaug 204. C.P.R. Shirley Alexander 359 Alma Williams 282 Bunny Malonie 249: Jake Fehr 263; Janice Johnson 269: Fil Oberg 287 Vaughn Tennant 262: Rollie Howes 263; Elaine Sinclair 259. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Kirby Nishikawa 178: Victor Hrycyk 157; Rob Prince 149: Brian Kolibas 208; Randy Tremel 155; Raymond Brown 138: Robbie Thompson 140; Ian McMurray 140; Darcy Flexhaug 155; Ross Andreachuk 135. BANTAM GIRLS Sherry Kolibas 157: Shauna Moss 138: Dianne Vaselepak 150: Wendy Herbers 131; Mary Lou Donato 133; Naomi Tinsley 159; Betty Ann Pitt 140: Barbie Costanzo 150: Leanne Chanda 116: Donna Turner 124. CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Sonya DeCaire 152; Shelley McKenney 81; Brand! Lamont 112; Nancy Ferguson 141: Rhonda Virostek 91; Sherry Erlendson 97: Fodi Freel 92: Theresa Miklos 102. BANTAM GIRLS Cara Coulter 169; Kim Tolley 158: Sandra Ferguson 229 Michelle Royer 168: Sharon Dore 152: Patti Stanton 165: Patti Miklos 172: Rebecca Holmes 186: Marnee Larko 162. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Troy Hovey 232: Lori Chaki 242: Russel Derksen 259 Geof Krokosh 269: Marty Shigehiro 281 Duane Guzzi 274 Bill Tcdd 256: Cindy Pedrini 265 David Wells 229: Sandra Hamilton 229. CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Lorna Wishlow 258 Gaye Pedersen 254 Kathy Ludwig 240 Sandra Hunt 277 Verna Westling 250: Dorrie Asplund 267; Ann Reed 248: Diane Parascah 303: Bev Sarafenchow 243: Redta Lazaruk 294 Maureen Ferguson 242. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Muriel Sparks 264: Heather Barnes 225; Jane Smyke 264 Willene MacDonald 252: Pat Plomp 248; Nellie Conrad 276: Marie Smith 274 Marg Koole 226: Doris Wickers 319 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 275; Lambert OHenhoff 240: Ed Linn 238 Flo Miller 223: Phyllis Patching 211; Jessie MacDonald 280; Stan Fraser 208; Leora Ness 242. THURSDAY NIXED Dave Iwaskiw 256: George Matchett 274 Chris Stuckert 245; Burga Fettig 258: Ann Haffner 234: Don Crabb 241; Cara Wyrostok 279; Doreen Stotyn 263; Norm Gyulai 265 Ken Mack 248. 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