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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Reed hit off all-star squad Rookie McKinnis unanimous ISy THE CANADIAN PHESS Hugh McKinnis, Calgary Stampeders' left-handed halt- back from Arizona State, capped a sensational rookie sea- son Tuesday when !ie won unan- imous selection to the Western Football Conference all-star team. The M-man up of 12 offensive and 12 defensive chosen by the Football Reporters of Canada and announced by FRC presi- dent Laurie Artiss of Hegina, Herm Harrison, tight-end team-mate of McKiiaiis and an- other unanimous choice, made the all-star list for a fourth con- secutive year, his fifth selection In six years. ANDY CAPP I'VE SEEN TOTTIN UP, AS MUCH ON BOOZE AS ALLOW ME F' VER SsORTH IT, XSWEET'EART, IF I AM Bowling scores GLEHDALB BOWL TRACY'S STYLISTS Jean Passey 381 irem Lynde 316 Ruby Oseen 337 B. Febbl 314 VI Prlca 251 (673V Sandy Scattergood in; J- Smith 260; Bea Salmon 263; Ann-Duval 244; Joan Spencer 238. CIVIL SERVICE Jos Dlmnlk '261 Yo Nlshlnwa K2 Hurt 291 (779! Byron Hlrsche 313; Harry Garrlck 264; Bob Black 256; June Tayjor 263 Karlyn Spltier 314; Edna Todd 285; Fran Harris 278; Mar08 Bessellng Ml; Chariots Reid 269, LO.O.P. Dlmnlk 37! Ens 374 Jchn Rampel 275j Robin Wneeldot) 236; Brian Handerek 265; Doug Young 291; Edna Lowen 315; Marie Smith 261; Sandy Scatter- QtMd 252; Jean Raptisno 233j Mary BogusKy 251; Marge Reid 250, CPR SOCIAL Doug Young 238 J. Krammer 126) Bob SlneaJlr John Q'Hare 230; George Mstchett 273 (42Bh Ernie Komm 202; Elaine Sinclair 306 FH Oberg 307; Mary Hollman U WernicJc 320; Minnie Komm 306, YBC BANTAM GIRLS Anderson 174; Cara! houn US Kelly Gross 1S9; Deb- bie Urban Susan Ober 133; Barb Tofh 136. YBC BANTAM BOYS David Wilks 197 David Sno- Mk 201 David Wells '21! ma', NlshlKawa 182 Ken Nagy 172) Gary Calhoun US; Bob Rsouano 172. YBC JUNIOR AND SENIOR Debblo Caihoun 2-ig! Selma NIshl- IBflj Isabel loth 187; Sandra Sawchuk 305; Gloria 216 Debbie Firth John Cal- houn W2; John Hoyf 265; Brian An- derson {4881} Dava Barton 237; Bob Dobm 188; John Barra dough 190. and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENINS PER PAIR 500 COOPER SUPER BLADES EACH 1 -39 C.C.M. GLASS WRAPPED CURVED HOCKIY STICKS ma ROll OF TAPE WITH EACH STICK EACH C.C.M. HOCKEY HELMETS EACH 4JC.99 Chpck ui for best pricos In Southern Alhsrlo, BIRT a MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave, S. Phona 327-3221 Open Frl, Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberto for over 30 yean." IHOPPRRS WORLD Dena Smith 250 Bea Safmon !B6 Jean Paasey 276 Elaine Brown 24i Dot Sorenson 249 Irene Lynda 259 Laura Peake 239 Sandy Scattergood 249 Ricky Groot 372f irene Seitl KIMURA'S MIXED Ruth Johnson 300 Lor! Sook 210 Snider 2i7; Cara Wy- rostek 230; Ey Peterson 203; Olanne Mlchaelfs 212; Dennis Dick 210; Verent McGnie 211) Jim Roth 245; Linda Gra- ham 203; Georgia Westergreen 230; WHIti Wastergreen 2W. 50UTH-ALTA PRODUCE Dot Oishaskt 259 (701S; Sandy Scet- Itergood 255 Bev Ciark 251 I Hazel Jensen 29! Lynne Tremel 254; Bernlce Pavan 239; Fred Thom- son 243 John Scartergood Snr. 283; Clarence Tremel 269; Joe Tennant 261 j Ben Pavan 265; Selio Mlyarshiro 252. CHINOOK STATIONERS Jean Mills 239 Bev Potter 317; Wllda 253; Louise Church 202; Agnes Nyklforuk 202; Sernlce Hay 220; Cynihta MWSgnn 523; Joan MlHon 216; Vera Nieholls 341 Betty Hobbs 231; Wooldridge 214. BOESB CASCADE! Cyril Mees 201; John Park 7S1 Anfle GHiesple 214; Dais Harnack 352; Judy Harnack 223 Kovacs 214; Jack Stockton 203; Dave Waddell 265 SENSOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown 233; Jack Stace? 246; Fred Beard 200; Van Wyk 303; Jim Galloway 308; Henry Myers ISO Vandesype 171; Beity Myrfiartd '38; Cecii CueK 151- WIL5QH JR. HiGH Wendy Sera 154 (435V Murray Koba IB1; Seims NIshimura in; Jane Mac- 166; Deb Anderson Leon Francis Ul; Jim Chymboryk 150. HIGA'S Jenny Feher 385 E75S) f Warlene Bosch 263 Carol Becker 238 Dot BuSplft 225 Dianne Viotlnl 233 Lena Moore 229 Phyllis Church 224 (600h Dianne Ped- ersen 223 Sandy Scfcltergood 259; M. Praakach 278. C.H.E.C. Francis Wright 298 (848W Bob Holmes 1M Steve Saier 273 Walter Currla 271; Yutaka Ura- nb 288; H. C. Brown 259; Jean Christie 266 Elelne Wright 236 Sandra Wtstltng 243 Har- rlson -253 'Donna Siemens 215 Joyce Berry 245 HAY AGENCIES Ruby Gseun (7361; Eleanor Fen. ton 252 Jo Hodge 287 Marn Held 20S Clsrk 274 Marl Kseiy 235; Jean Tan.son 240; Ann Pruegger Mary Potvln 236; Par Bartlet? 232. HAMILTON JR. HICH Gary Wong 245 Darlene Terry 201; Shelley Tobo IBB; Glenn Bright 203; Maessard SOWLADROMB JUNIOR TEN PINNERS Warren Boslon 166; Grace Mclr.tosh 148; Ccrrtna Kometi 163; Walt Giduk 153; Charles List 162; Randy Shlitto 170; Roger Carrier 167; Jim Burris 156; George Conners 171j Jim May U4; Torn Mihallk 145. CAPRf BOWL BANTAM GIRLS AND BOYS Leslie Killins 165; Carol Mansk Ul; Barbara Turner 133; Brenda Christie 135; Shelley Douglas W; Gordon SyrriB 214; Kim Tlnordl IHlf Darren Pepper 176; Frank Novak 165; Allan Gepnerls 175; Gray Greemvay 172. YOUNG ADULTS Oennfs Smilh 312 Ken Mal- comsort 271; Barry Davids 240; Darrell Legler 231 Randy Wolstoocroft 257 Linda Malcomson 291 Carolyn Passey 203; HeciDC'-g 332; Bev Mezei 221; suian McDonald 217. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Darvvm Romsnchuk 593 Lori Palmarchuk 185; Randy JoveaBZio 285 Us EHckson m Srad Marr 233 Kovacs 169; tarson !1S; LInds Ms'cwnson 219; John Novak 251 Lor! Srneed 4CCA TOURNAMENT Tom Hiroshima 317; Mun 301; Jim Hitja 233 (737S; Ryo Natiata 314 Francis Higs 278 Amy 276; Kaz Syglrnoto 225; Roy Sonda 285; Fat Tobo 238 Masa Goshlnmon CITIZENS CHALLENGE Jim Freet Roy LaVailcy 247; Jfm Whelan 238; Henry BEChthold 322; W- J. Schmidt 230; George 525; Jako Ekhorn 244; Barbara Brilz 256; Ruby Oseen 234; Charlie Miller 233; fViary 221. FRIDAY SCHOOLS MacLenn 161; Tom GrpMnger Kim Prindie Rick ofoco WMktns hamMtoii !46; Lynn Pearson Ul; Marilyn. Sand- ers 158; Bev W, COM Lelfh Teller 523; Annette Pura 325; Beffy Van Gcal 208; Jokuty 239; Ethel Kcmerl 503; Gsp Firro Roger Lynda Gco szllagyi 236; Sam Glrardi 245 Tom Donaldson 241. AGT MIXED Frank Ttrttie 265 Bernft Pohl v.4; Tom Yip 238; Rob Brack 237; Eleanor DcrigafH 252; Carole Ifsmulos 228; Shirley Areshenko 206; Alex Thompson 739; 209; Agios Peaa1212. Minor hockey In Pee Wee action last night the Caniirte skated to a 3-1 vic- tory over the Penptes. Danny Stilson, Grant Wiens and Randy Charlesworth each picked up a goal for the win- ners while Robert Seynor avert- ed the shutout for the Penguins. The Cougars trimmed the Hornets 2-1 in a scheduled Ban- tam B contest. Ken Sieberf and Brian Van- burren rammed in second per- od goals for the Cougars while John Novak closed the gap in the third, but to no avail. In Bantam A action the Cana- dians had no problems dispos- ing the Jets as they cruised to 8 6-2 victory. Dale Zesting, Dave Jackson, Brian Hobinson, Lee Salmon, Cam MacLennan and David Sirovyok all picked up a goal apiece for the winners while Doug Brown replied twice for the Jets. Tom Knealy scored twice as the Royals upended the Comets 6-4 in Midget league action Tuesday night. Randy Joevenazzo, Bryan Conrad, Hod Vaykovich and Garry Kraik added singletons for the winners. Dennis Halt, with two, and Rod Yanoski and Cam Mclntosh, with singles, were the Comets' marksmen. CMnooks place fifth The Alberta Senior Men's Volleyball League came to an end this past weekend with the University of Lethbridge finish- ing in a fifth place tie with the University of Calgary Dinnies II and Calgary Premiers n. The three clubs each had 2-5 records. The round-robin league ended with the Calgary Premiers in first place with a 7-0 record fol- lowed by Edmonton Phoenix with M, The University of Al- berta Golden Bears were 5-2 while Uie University of Calgary Dinnies were 4-3; Calgary Gar- rison were in last place with no wins in seven In action last weekend the CMnooks played Calgary Pre- miers n, the Golden Bears and Phoenix, Art Bareham and D e r a I d Fretts turned in excellent per- formances in a 3-2 win over the Premiers II and 3-1 losses to the Golden Bears and Phoenix. Tho only other unanimous choices on Ihe offensive squad were quarterback Ren Lancas- ter of Saskatchewan Rough- riders, fourth choice in tive years, and Ken S u g a r m a n, guard with British Columbia Lions, a second consecutive choice. Wayne Harris, the only unani- mous choice on the squad, became an ail-star lice- backer for the 10th time. The offensive centre selection was won by the Roughriders for a 12th consecutive year as Ted Unless won his sixth all-star berth, Before Unless, Neil Habig won it for sb consecutive years. Saskatchewan won four spots on the offensive team and Cal, gary three. B.C. and Winnipeg Blue Bombers took two each and Edmonton Eskiraos got one. Edmonton dominated the