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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 19, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Bowling banter White rolls big 408 Holiday Bowl, Helen ite earned the women's 'ler of the week honors a rip-roaring effort in of Columbus she ited the pins for a 408 rle, the year's high, and >hed with a 780 triple to ex- 1 her 173 average by 264 jins Mike Violini took men's title for the week an 801 triple in Knights of imbus, 258 pins over his average in men's play other men's league ac- Arvid Oseen paced Mon- Golden Age with 346 and while Darwin Romanchuk the Young Adults leader 310 and 805 Morgan -ks had 343 and 836 and Alf a 756 triple in Knights ,'olumbus with Red Cher- 297 tops in Dept. of iculture other highs 3 Jim Arthur with 354 in a Lodge, Cyril Barnett a 705 triple in Eagles, Alf 300 and 722 in Thursday women's league play, y Oseen continued to star Monday Golden Age with and 737 while in Knights of umbus Dianne Violini ed 320 and 845 and Brenda 291 and 742 jn Rossetti's 271 led Dairy an and Karlyn Spitzer en- id another big week with and 858 in Bendix other of the week were Judy t Capri Bowl, Isabel stepped into the >tlight as the women's fler of the week with and a solid 851 triple in Shoes, while Gary >mpson took the men's with a big 388 single 713 triple in Friday Mix- 188 pins over his average n Young Adults, John Jar- rolled 375 and entered the usive 900 Triple Club with arkling 923 top gal was me Kovacs with 278 and in YBC play, Friday women's league play, An- Baranuik's 226 led the ieer League and a 232 by O'Neil paced Monday or Citizens, Leora Ness ling Thursday Seniors with Juanita Lingard topped "s with 284 and 674, Terry t was Monday Mixed ?r with 289 and 667 with :a Balazo pacing Thursday x with 258 Linda bel headed Imperial lions with 324 and 705, Pat ing adding 290 and 759 and >n Weets 279 and 772 men's league action, Bechthold's 262 and 662 Will Ness' 259 and 651 led iday Senior Citizens with a nple by Rick Barva tops onday Mixed Bruno hit for 350 and 799, MacDonald 336 and a fat Bob Thompson 311. Alf -ini 302 and Bill Mastro in Gordies with Doug posting 318 and 768 and Knox 305 and 768 in >ra Foods Murray ,ers was high in Winston in CFCN Triples there were a flock of solid outings as Les Dyke clicked for a 365 and a pinfall of for four games, Ken Kurtz had 360 and Roy Cunningham 341 and Jack Smeed 353 and Ken King 338 and Steve Pedersen Fred Milner 304 and while pacing the gals were Jeanette Smeed with 357 and Karlyn Spitzer 351 and and Linda Malcomson 314. Senior Citizens and Bill Doram with 303 in CJOC Big guns in Commercial Men's were Jack Jones with an 813 triple, Ken King 810, John Rempel 306 and 856, Lino Chiste 825, Francis Higa 341 and 776, Mike Zmurchyk 306, Reg Arnold 321 and 790, Kim Kovacs 323 and 815, Bill Malcomson 315 and 768, Ken Kurtz 322 and 801, Bill Hleucka 337 and 781, Bill Koskoski 321 and 792 and Er- nie Frache 323 and 813. Conine with 309 and Karlyn Spitzer 303 and 785 in Speedys, Laura Peake 320 and Maria Jokuty 324 in Holiday Village, Debbie Barton a 707 triple in Automatic Electric, Joyce Marsden 291 and 723 in Eagles, Jean Coombes 306 and Dot Miyashiro 300 in CJOC, Jen Hegi 303 and 745 and Mary Noss 732 in Alpine Drywall with a 278 by Cathy McGrity tops in Dept. of Agriculture. Schools, junior leaders were Merylen Bunnage with 329 and 564 and Kevin Prindle with 273 and 535 bantams were pac- ed by Brent Carson with 278 and 465, Heather Doyle 257 and David Prindle with 244 and 422 In Jet play Edwin Burwash and Tommy Doyle had 219 each and Sandra Ferguson 253 and 461, and the junior senior leaders were Brenda Christie 266 and 647, Sandra Hamilton 252 and 622, David Wilks 305 and 648, Brian Rossetti 278 and 745 and David Wells 278 and 728. Cheryl Obermeyer had 326 and 712 and Helen Weets a 772 tri- ple in Canbra Foods while Shirley Stertz paced Wednes- day Coffee with 277 other leaders were Linda Vrabel with 324 and 705 in Mar- tinizing, Jean Christie 761 and Bea Fast 291 in Green's Shoes, Carol Fujita 316 and 753 and Marion Ibuki 286 and 710 in JCCA, Pat Plomp 284 in Sund- quist Construction, Elaine Tompkins 305 and 742 in Doug's and Linda Hovey 297 and 760 in Friday Mixed. i Churchill with 295 and 747, and in Green's Bill Koskoski struck for 373 and 831, Ray MacDonald 317 and 825 and Bill Hamilton 308 and 772 other week highs were Fran- cis Higa 315 and 782, Nish Chaki 321 and 761 in JCCA, Will Ness 277 and 645 in Thurs- day Seniors. Murray Orr a 734 in Bankers. Norm Gyulai 706 in Thursday Mixed. Dick Wells 711 in ACT. and Mark Boh with a 713 triple in Friday Mixed. omahac, Tanner, raham make team y Pomahac. Scott Tanner George Graham of bridge were selected over last weekend to be part of udo team that will repre- Alberta at the Canada er Games in Feb. of next chosen for the team 3 Randy Burke from Place. Mike Graham csenting the Eastern ation District and Ted ong of Calgary. le members of the team chosen on the strength of performance at a touma- a held at Winston chill High School this weekend thai tournament bridge's Blame Takeda a second place in the un- 95 pound class in junior wtition "ve Tsuijiwa. also of the picked up a second in the pound and under corn- ion In the 126-135 pound .ion Wayne Tsukishima ?d up a first Wayne is a competitor. Youtti Competition, 128 >ds and under, Calgary's Bolsong was first and McLellan of Medicine was second. Graham of the city tired the 129-143 pound class and fellow Lethbridgeite Mike Calder was second. Scott Tanner of Lethbridge won the 144-165 pound division, finishing ahead of Bob Thomas of Jasper Place. In 166-187 pound competition Guy Pomahac of the city prov- ed to be the best around and Ken Graham of the Eastern Irrigation District was second. Mike Graham, of E.I.D.. took the 188 pounds and over class with Don Goodfellow of the U of A second. In the Open Weight group Randy Burke of Jasper Place came out en top while Neil Leslie of the U of A finished in runner-up spot. Magrath golf meeting set The Magrath Golf Club will stage its annual meeting Wednesday evening at seven o'clock at the Town Hall. All club members are asked to be in attendance Items on the agenda of the gathering include the election of a new executive and direc- tors, the president's report as well as a financial report. 'Russia is still a dump9 TORONTO (CP) Phil Esposito, who led Team Canada in its ex- hibition hockey series against the Soviet Union in 1972, had some more harsh words Monday for the Soviets. Esposito, star centre for Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, was honored at a dinner by the Cana- dian Italian Business and Professional Men's Association of Toronto. Esposito told the gathering he learned from members of Team Canada 74 that "things haven't changed is still a dump." Team Canada '72 was made up of NHL players and this year's by World Hockey Association members. Both series saw the last four games played in Russia where players complained of poor treatment. Esposito reiterated his stand that he would not participate in another such series un- less it was approved by both NHL and WHA players, players were drawn from both leagues, NHL referees were used and the last four games were played in Canada "And if we go to Russia for the first four games and get treated as badly as we have been, then I say that when they come back to Canada, don't give them a darn thing and make them suffer the way we did." At Monday's dinner, the sponsoring associa- tion announced that an oil painting of Esposito in action in the 1972 Canada-Soviet series will be donated to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Labor Club, Library win The Labor Club swept by the LCC 4-1 Monday night in City Recreational Hockey League action. Perry Schroter, Brian Luco, Jerry Veres and Randy Max- well scored for the winners while Greg Adeen potted the lone LCC goal. Miner's Library had an easy time of it as well, defeating Purity Bottling 6-1. Cam Hodgen. with two, Chris Wandler, Brian Murkin. Gary Canadine and Richard Chollack were the Library marksmen and Greg Hamilton replied for the Bottlers. South Circuit champions pictured above are the event winners on the Southern Alberta-Saskatchewan Rodeo Circuit for 1974. From the left is bull riding champion Jim Freeman, calf roping king Gerald Reber, Ivan Daines, the bronc riding champion, Jerri Duce the barrel racing queen, all round and steer wrestling champion D. C. Lund and bareback king Doug Flanagan. The circuit held their wind- up awards banquet in Raymond. Johnson simply brilliant, but it didn't help Broncos Gangsters finally score DENVER (AP) A seemingly harmless safety ballooned into a 19-point third quarter for Kansas City, lifting the Chiefs to a National Football League victory over Denver and wrecking the Broncos' playoff hopes. The Chiefs' 42-34 triumph Monday night enabled Oakland Raiders to back into the American Conference West Division title and also spoiled a brilliant passing dis- play by quarterback Charley Johnson of the Broncos. He completed 28 of 42 passes for 445 yards and two touch- downs. It all started innocently- enough on the second-half kickoff. Denver's Oliver Ross fumbled the kick, giving the Chiefs the ball at the Broncos' 12-yard line Kansas City's Woody Green fumbled it at the one, but two plays later Chiefs' middle linebacker Willie Lanier tackled Otis Armstrong in the end zone for the safety. Denver still led 21-19 but Kansas City got good field position on the required free kick. The Chiefs promptly drove 49 yards in five plays, finishing with Len Dawson's scrambling 35-yard touchdown pass to Otis Taylor. As if that wasn't enough, Ed Podolak returned a punt 54 yards to the Broncos" 17 and Green ran it in for a 33-21 Chiefs' lead with less than five minutes gone in the quarter. Jan Stenerud kicked a 35- yard field goal on the Chiefs' next possession to complete the scoring in the quarter. Johnson led the Broncos to a pair of fourth-quarter touch- downs that pulled Denver within eight points, but they got no closer. Rookie running back Jon Key worth, making his first start, scored his third short-yardage touchdown of the game on the opening play of the final quarter. Following a Kansas City touchdown, Johnson com- pleted a 65-yard, eight-play drive with a four-yard strike to Otto Stowe with 7.50 left in the game. The loss dropped Denver to 4-5-1 for the season, making 9- 1 Oakland uncatchable in the division. The Chiefs raised their marks to 4-6 Tier one status for B.C. teams? VERNON, B.C. The British Columbia Junior Hockey League announced today it will apply to the B.C. Amateur Hockey Association for Tier one status the top level of Canadian junior hockey for the 1975-76 season League president Bryan Couling said in a telephone interview from Kelowna the presentation by the BCJHL will be made at the BCAHA semi annual meeting Dec. 5- 7 in Vancouver. The league now has Tier two junior A status. "We are making the move because of the huge increase in minor hockey registrations in B.C. during the past few years." he said. "The league can see no reason why B.C. players should have to leave this province to play Tier one hockey. "I would doubt if all eight teams will make the move to Tier one but we will have at least six clubs.'" The City Hall Gangsters scored their first two goals of the Lethbndge and District Broomball League season Sunday and won their first game. The Gangsters shutout the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute 2-0 behind the goaltending of Brian McCandless and the club's first goals off the brooms of Larry Tamaki and Ray Block Jody Skeith gets shutout The Southern Alberta Midget Girls Hockey League swung into action Sunday as the Hockey Hounds Supremes blanked Winston Churchill 8-0. Jody Skeith recorded the shutout for the Supremes and Diane Boulton and Deanna Miyauchi scored three goals apiece for the winners. Singletons went to Crystal Miyashiro and Tammy Garrett The game was played at the Adams Ice Centre. MILLER FILES ENTRY Miller. PGA player-of-the- year in 1974. filed his entry Monday for the 1975 Canadian Open golf championship scheduled July 25-28 at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, R.M. (Bob) Everson. Royal Canadian Golf Association tournament chairman, has an- nounced. Miller. 27, missed the 1974 Open at Mississauga. Tex Wiebe scored the only goal of the game as Southern Signs shutout the Jaycees 1-0 The shutout was recorded by Norm Vaselenak Herman's Upholstery blanked the Knight Clubbers 1-0 in a hard fought contest. Ken Rogulsky got the goal and Vic Willms the shutout Bill Howes of J and L Roof- ing and Ray Patterson of the Miner's Library both record- ed shutouts as their respec- tive teams battled to a 0-0 deadlock The Eagles, with goals from Hugo Brees. Rob Taylor and Cam Hodgen. outlasted Ace Building 3-2 Bill Quayle and Roger Rombough scored for the losers Lethbridge Hotel blanked the Shaughnessy team 3-0 behind the goaltending of Leo Matteotti Max Whitehead. Roger McAdam and Willy Tietz were the goal getters for the winners STANDINGS W T L Pts J8L Roofing Leth Hotel Herman s Uphol Miner's Library Jaycees Ace Building Shaughnessy Eagies Knight Clubbers Southern Signs LCI City Hall SCORING LEADERS Roger McAdam Max Whiteford Butch Lee Dennis Boguski Gary Bird Bob Blair Bill Ressler Eugene Yamada Roger Rombough Hugo Brees Duayne McKnight 1 0 9 0 9 4 1 3208 2216 2125 2125 224 034 1 3 3 1 3 3 042 042 GAP 729 527 257 5 1 6 4 1 5 235 235 235 235 235 1 4 5 MERRY CHRISTMAS From With the price of air conditioners going up in 1975, we have a limited amount of 1974 units left priced to save you money. PLUS OUR Christmas Bonus With Your Purchase of THE ROUND ONE FROM ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM CARRIER A CHEQUE FOR S1 00 PAY TO THE ORDER OF ONE HUNDRED DAY MONTH 1974 DOLLARS Oftor cxpirm Carrier AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY ALCON REFRIGERATION HEATING 2214-43rd St. S. Ask About Our Complete Comfort Package With A Rebate. 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