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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LBTHMIDQE HCRALD He hit he leaves he's a scamp ERNIE SHAVERS Ohio Don manager of heavyweight contender Ernie said Monday that hit fighter had been involved in an Incident at the Deer training camp of former heavyweight champion Muhammad All which prompted Shavers and his aides to leave the camp. got thrown out of Muhammad Ali's training headquarters last Thursday because he hung one on the ex- champ's King said in an interview Then he didn't exactly get thrown out. We decided to leave when we saw the at- mosphere change from warm to Ali had apparently demand- ed that Shavers leave the although this was denied by Alt's handlers. Shavers went home to Cleveland Thursday night. Ali and Shavers were sup- posed to spar five according to one of Ali's aides. In the middle of the third Shavers apparently threw a right hand that sur- prised and the ex-champ was supposed to have gone down from the punch. When asked whether he hid put the former champion on the Shaven ain't saying yet and f ain't saying King also dodfed the ques- tion1 and Shavers have been life-long we will not say anything that will ruin that Ali was unavailable for comment on the incident. Gene an aide to described the incident as mild involving handlers as well as fighters. lasted for about 10 min- utes. It started with mouths and then it got physical. had run out of sparring said explaining how Shavers and Ali got in the ring together. he belted hell out of Billy Kilroy Billy took off for home. Then he busted Morris Jack- son's nose and that was the end of too. Ali offered to work out with Shavers. They had agreed to go five lazy then Shavers became a wise guy in the middle of the third round. It wasn't a bad affair. -It's too bad it Ali it preparing for his rematch against Joe Frazier Jan. while Shavers is getting ready for a bout against Jerry Quarry Dec. 14. PLAY FOR U.S. NEW YORK Stan Tom Marty Riessen and Erik Van Dillen have been selected to defend the Davis Cup for the United States against Australia in Nov. 30-Dec. the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association announced Mon- day. BRINGS YOU A FILL IN AND OUT OUT THE ORDER FORM AND KINDLY ENCLOSE YOUR CHECK OR MONEY- ORDER FOR PER TICKET Tickets win be issued starting December First tint served. NUMER OF TICKETS AMOUNT ENCLOSED Olympic dhLoterie rT r-j Lottery Olympique JK 1 Q 1 _ II _ 1 g Canada Canada jjj TORONTO RAftnnn PLACE DARME9 NOMERODE REFERENOf OCA Ann TEL Q JTJT K NAME -nrr- 1 W w STREET 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 I.I 2 VILLE 7in 4 AAA 1 1 1 I Tl 1 1 1 '-I L_1__J imnrin Tf ftftrt __ PI 75 OOO i i i I L 50000 GIFT FROM CAOEAU OE i i i i i i i i i i i I Ifchpme OC AAA J _____ IMpru _ r 1 Bowling banter At the bowter- of-theweekend spotlight shinei on 11-year-old Merylen Bunnage and former YBC trundler Melody Bobinec Merylen continued to display the form that should nuke him one of the top bantams in the land by reeling off a great 887 triple in Young Adults with games of 292 and 252 Melody got the nod among the gals by missing a perfect 490 by a whisker bowling in the Women's Grand Challenge Lethbridge senior citizens topped Medicine Hat by pins in a challenge match in the Gas City the locals were led by Ruby Oseen with 293 and Leora Ness 270 and Slim Berry 254 and 615 and Vic Reed 303 and 623.. a return match is-set for Capri Dec. 2 Grand Challenge leaders were Barb Jarvie Frieda Boulton Elaine Yates Kay Davison 276 and Linda Hovey 298 and Dorothy In men's league play Henry Bechthold paced Senior Citizens with a 784 Pete Berthiaume had a 312 and Andy Valer a 785 in Knights of Jim More 313 and Jerry Hakze 316 and 758 in Henry Tak Katakami a 768 in Marvin Higa 336 and Darwin Romanchuk 343 and 794 in Young John Rempel 307 and Bill Koskoski Al Unrau Kim Kovacs 297 and 821 and Lew Mills 336 and a big 860 tri- ple in Green's Shoes big guns in Gordie's were Ken Malcomson 309 and Klaus Witzke Jack Smeed 321 and Ryo Nagata 310 and Francis Higa 326 and Roy Kamitomo 318 and At Holiday a pair of long-time stars in local bowl- ing circles took bowler-of-the- week honors Bob Costanzo hit for 249 and 278 in Classic Triples for a four- game total of and his most productive outing of the year Jeanette a former Western Canada singles shattered the pins for a high single Leading the way in Vasa Lodge were Bob Hanson for the men with 273 and Ann Aim 299 and Jerry Larson 279 for the gals while m CJOC the leaders were Bernie Carrier Jock Mulgrew 269 and Lind Jensen 282 and Beth Dorman 270 Jim Arthur came up with a solid 309 and Velma Miller 270 in Senior Citizens while in Automatic Electric Darrell Block posted Tom Shaw with Marge McLaughlin stole the spotlight in Morning Coffee with 306 and three solid games were posted in Dept. of Agriculture as Don McDowell hit for Alex Szentes 311 .and 721 and Ken Kearns 308. Maria Siegel led the gals with 258 .'In CHEC Allan Lunan rolled 322 and 755 and Elaine Brown 304 while in Civil Servants Lew Mills was good for 309 and John Erickson a 770 triple and Ber- she rattled off 10 straight strikes and left the left comer pin on her llth ball to wind up with a blazing highest single in the city this year... New league highs included Merylen Dunnage's 887 in- Young Maggie 330 single and Harry Chapman's 211 average in Monday Senior Morgan Sparks' 223 average in Knights of Columbus and Dorothy Sorensen's 351 single in Wilson's Junior Shop. Jean Passey Linda Vravel 293 and Diane Parascak 270 and Ruby Oseen 712 and Mary Noss 280 YBC highlights were Lee Ann Tunstall 181 and Robert McCracken 168 in Jet Jan Baker 206 and Edwin Burwash 206 in Deb- bie Witwicki Bill Todd 325 and Brenda Christie Tom Miklos Harvie Pocza 261 and 726 and Parry McDonald 297 in junior action. John Wildman 334 and 843 and Al Smith 295 and 833 In women's Maggie Oliver led Senior Citizens with 330 and 725 and Pat Plomp had Wilma Valer had 291 and 741 in Knights of Columbus high in Juniors were Dorothy Sorensen 351 and Jean Passey 303 and 787 and Grace Vandyk 324 with Joan Milton's 320 tops in Wednesday Other leaders were Helen Deal Marion Guzik Dianne Violini 778 and Isabelle Bergman 291 in Lavem Schow Myrna Olshaski 305 and 749 m Jean Hegi 323 in Betty Fehr 330 in Doug's and Mary Roth 307 and Chris Guenther 322 m Friday Mixed at Holiday this and a four-game pinfall in Classic Triples of Tmo Uvale had a Jack Smeed 352 and and Jean Passey 329 for the other tops marks of the week Kim Kovacs enjoyed a big week with 347 and an 881 triple in Commercial Men's while Ken King added 338 and Roy Smeed 335 and a fine 890 triple and Bill Braun 322. Karlyn Spitzer leading the women with 303 Leo Macht paced Bendix with Jack Brown adding a while in Simpsons-Sears Bob Legge topped the men with 300 and Albena Kirshcheman the gals with 274 Elias Sawilla turned in a 320 and 720 triple and Eva Link 272 and 735 in Alcon Heating with Laurel Blasetti topping Holiday Village with 266 and a 682. nice Hay 298... Vaughan Ten- nant starred in CPR with 322 Bob Anderson rolling a 288 Two tourneys are com- ing up at the two-in- one triples Dec. 2 and Panda Bowl this Saturday from 9-12 p.m___Week's best in YBC action were Randy Teichroeb 288 in junior Daren Flexhaug 242 in bantam Deanna Maniquet 202 in junior girls and Rogan Sinclair 240 in senior boys. Bathgate to lead Blazers VANCOUVER Van- couver Blazers Monday an- nounced the appointment of Andy former National Hockey League as coach of the World Hockey Association club. who succeeds Phil is the third person to hold the Blazers' coaching reins this year. Johnny MacKenrie stepped down as playing-coach at the beginning of the season to devote full time to playing. who doubles as general succeeded him and under the new Watson remains as general manager. who has been de- veloping a golf course at Bur- with Vic Had- a former New York Rangers' said his contract was for one year and that his main aim would be to develop good sound hockey The coaching appointment brings Bathgate to Vancouver where he started his profes- sional hockey career In 1962 with Vancouver then playing in the Western Hockey League and now in the NHL. After two years at he joined the Rangers of the NHL where he spent 11 seasons and established himself as the all-time point- getter of the New York club Bathgate played under Wat- son for four of his 11 pars in New York and the Blazers general who an- nounced the appointment at a news said learned it all from me and he has to pass it on to our younger ANDY BATHGATE ;