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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHIRIDQE CHINOOK TOURS CHRISTMAS In DISNEYLAND ak tan. CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHOMI 3M-3M1 Bowling banter At Holiday one of the finest efforts of the year gave Steve Saler men's bowler-of- the-week honors he blistered the pins for a big 913 triple with games of 279 and 312 which sent him 214 pins over his 233 average Brenda Duce took the women's bowler-of-the-week crown by rolling 223 pins over her 176 average in Bendix Ken Kurtz was on the beam in Classic Triples by uncork- ing a 388 single and a four- game total of with Tino luvale adding 330 and Bob Costanzo 317 and Reg Ar- nold 313 the gals starred with Anne Todd posting 338 and Eleanor Dorigatti 331 and Jeanette Smeed 328 and and Dianne Violini 304 and Karlyn Spitzer paced Automatic Electric with 276 and Gailya Pedersen was high in Morning Coffee with 266 Play in Wilson Junior High was sparked by Randy Teichroeb with 235 and Shelly Wolosyn with and the stars in Pepsi were Ed Carpenter with 348 end 781 and Elaine Carpenter 297 Tops in CJOC were Dieter Bechtold with Bob Fenton Harry Garrick 291 and Bernie Carrier 290 and the gals being led by Kay Davison 279 and Kathy Mueller with a 756 triple John Erickson cut loose for a 359 and 774 in Civil Jesse Burrows adding Bob Black Lena Moore 284 and Bernice Hay a 762 triple In Senior Frank Bernhart con- At Capri Jean Passey is getting back in the groove and took the women's bowler- of-the-week she averaged a sparkling 253 over nine games and rolled 356 and 786 in the Grand Challenge Andy Valer is's bowler-of-the-week with a sharp 359 and 826 in Knights of 202 pins over his Play in the Women's Grand Challenge has been completed with the top three teams in the first and second events ad- vancing to the south zone final in Medicine Hat Dec. 5 Diane Chris Laverne Connie Marshalsay and Marlene Parascak combined to cop the first event with Dorothy Elsie Marilda Joan Sudo and Blanche Beeber teamed up to win the second High scores were Laverne In women's league the week's best were Norah Hof- forth 335 and 758 in Senior Marlene Bosch Pat Jarvie 350 and Juan Lingard Chris Ell 336 and 825 and Wilma Valer 327 and 726 in with Jean Passey's 312 and 836 tops in Wilson's Junior Shop Joan Milton's 750 triple topped Morning Coffee and high in Martinizing were Masa Goshinmon 341 and 730 and Joan Sudo 297 In The headliners in men's play were Andy Valer's 359 and 826 and Morgan Sparks' 298 and 752 in K of Henry Bechthpld 300 in Sam Girardi 331 and Jim Moore 300 and Morgan Sparks 349 and 810 and Lino Chiste 304 and 801 in Gordie's. Ken Mack Abe Enns Carpet PHONff mr. steam ClMninQ Lid. she had games of 242 and 220 for a 751 triple Steve Saler's outing in Commercial Men's was the week's highlight but there were some other standouts as Ernie Frache hit for 325 and Ken Malcomson 344 and Reg Arnold 336 and John Rempel 311 and 743 and Tak Katakami 305. and a 702 Jack Unterseher clicked for 325 and Ed Rossetti a 734 triple in Jerry Allerman leading the women with 288 Garth Barr's 301 and Brenda Duce's 289 and 751 paced Bendix with Elias Sawilla high in Alcon Heating with 284 and 728 In Holiday Ricky DeGroot posted a 286 and 735 and Maria Jokuty a 728 triple with Ken Corraini's 730 triple tops in Dept. of Agriculture. tinued to sparkle with a 347 and Velma Miller leading the women with 293 Orly Cerney's 731 and Shirley Alex- ander's 718 led CPR and the week's highlights in YBC play were Rogan Sinclair 235 and Kathy Karen 194 in the Kirk Prince Bruce Henning Brent Chambers 219 and Janis Speelman 183 in and Valerie Wallace Daren Flexhaug 206 and Tracy Sinclair IPO in bantams A reminder of the triples tourna- ment this Sunday and the Panda Bowl Saturday check Ron Brown at Holiday Bowl for details. 208 average the new league highs include Frank Bernhart's 213 average and Norah Hofforth's 335 single and 758 triple in Monday Senior Chris Ell's 825 triple in Andy Valer's 359 and Wilma Valer's 327 in Knights of Abe Enns' 355 in Green's Shoes and Linda Malcomson's 817 triple in Young Adults. Schow Marlene Parscak 277 and Grace Van Dyk Linda Vrabel 300 and Linda Hovey 278 and Joan Jones 312 and Mary Blair Marie Oseen 276 and Ev Krauss 271 and Joycex Bedford Fay Hipfner 275 and Bonnie Cahoon YBC leaders were Stephen Craiggs 197 and Lee Ann Tun- stall 242 in Brad Kirschenman 292 and Lori Csaki 234 in bantams and Brian Kanewischer 259 and Leslie Killins 268 in juniors. Dianne Violini had 322 and Karlyn Spitzer 780 and Eleanor Dorigatti 767 with Grace Gillett's 297 tops in Eagles NuMode Homes were paced by Olshaski 331 and Linda Aspeslet with a 742-tripIe with Jean Passey's 294 high in Siindquist Construction Jean Groves had a 285 in Sally Trone 318 and 761 in Doug's Sports and Linda Malcomson 297 and 817 in Young Adults. Rick Barva Bert Nezei 336 and 796 and Bill Hamilton 798 in Henry Bechthold 321 and 745 in Senior Bryan Leishman 305 in Henry Ryo Nagata 290 and 764 in Darwin Romanchuk 325 and Ron Gretzinger 316 and Rick Maclean 311 in Young Adults. The Herald- Sports Red Wings no longer dogging MONTREAL Slumps that dogged New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings during the early stages of the National Hockey League's East Division race this season appear to be things of the past for both clubs today. Three weeks ago the Rangers were seventh in the eight-team division with only eight seven points away from the fourth and last playoff spot. The Red Wings were in the division cellar at that time with just five points. But since that time the Rangers have lost only one of their last 11 games and today are in third place only one point behind second-place Knights moving for a second THE CANADIAN PRESS Baltimore has its Orioles in the its Colts in the and its Clippers in the winter. And if Dennis Murphy suc- the Maryland City will have Jersey Knights sharing a piece Df the hockey action. league interim- wants to move the World Hockey Association franchise to Baltimore this the Baltimore News American says. have three or four cities pursuing the newspaper quotes Murphy as saying. our preference is Baltimore. The city meets every re- Murphy said Baltimore could have the franchise within three weeks. Milwaukee. Miami and Calgary were nam- ed by Murphy as other possi- ble locations for the Jersey now being operated by the league. there was a deathly silence Monday from potential franchise holders in both Montreal and Calgary. Murphy said when the former New York Golden Blades made a winning debut in he hoped some Cherry Hill businessmen would come forth with offers to take over the club and build appropriate facilities. the Knights reverted to form los- ing 4-2 to New England Whalers in Boston. Harrison leads by only one SANTA Calif. Jim Harrison of Edmonton Oilers emerged from last week's action atop a tfghtly- bunched group of World Hockey Association players battling for the individual scoring lead. Harrison picked up an assist Sunday night to run his season's totals to nine goals and 23 but four other players were within two points of his totals. One point behind him were teammate Ron who had a league-leading 18 and Serge Bemier of Quebec Nordiques. -Another point back were Danny Lawson of Vancouver Blazers and Mike Walton of Minnesota Fighting Saints. The Oilers had three in- dividual in points and Climie in goals and Jack Norris in goaltending with a 2.39 goals- against average. The victory for the home sparked by two goals within 15 seconds by Al Karlander and Tom Williams in the second moved the Whalers into first place in the East two points ahead of Quebec Nordiques. Six wins moving champs The defending champion Welterlich are starting to show their heels in the 1973-74 Commercial Men's Broomball League pennant race as they racked up their sixth consecutive victory Sunday who have yet to taste defeat this scor- ed a hard-fought 1-0 decision over Southern Signs. Gus Fomradas tallied the lone marker in the win while Joe Snopek registered the shutout. Lethbridge Hotel and Her- man's Upholstery earned a share of second place by recording victories while the Red Devils and Sunburst Ceramics fought to a 1-1 draw for their second place stan- ding. All four clubs sport nine points apiece. In the Devils-Ceramics George Stimatz fired in a solo effort for the Devils while Bill Ressler replied for Ceramics. Lethbridge Hotel managed a slim 2-1 win over the Lethbridge Correctional In- stitute Mavericks with Max Whiteford and Angelo Mauro tallying for the winners. P. Big Hand notched a singleton in a losing cause. Herman's Upholstery recorded their ninth point of the season by blasting Local 7404-0. Roger Ron Walter Duda and Guenther Duda notched a goal apiece in the win while Vic Willims registered the shutout. Willms has now blanked five teams in his last six games. In two other the Jaycees edged the Fire Department 1-0 while Knight Clubbers defeated Fiorino Rovers 2-1. Alex Misak and C. Watson rifled in a goal each to lead the Clubbers to their second win of the season while Dave Asplund managed ttie lone goal for the Rovers. Hugo Brees led Jaycees' at- tack against the Fire Depart- ment with the only goal scored while Don Myles picked up the win in the net. Montreal Canadiens. the Wings have won seven of their last nine starts and have jumped into a fifth-place tie with Buffalo Sa- four points behind fourth-place Toronto Mapls teats. Boston Bruins lead the divi- sion with 33 seven more than the Canadiens. One of the main reasons for the recent upsurge by both the Rangers and the Wings would appear to be their balanced of- fensive thrusts. Each team has at least two forward lines which are producing on an almost equal the Rangers in fact have three. New York's big line of Jean Rod Gilbert and Vic Hadfield had 230 points last 48 more than Walt Bill Fairbairn and Steve Vickers. This season the Ratelle line has combined for 55 points' with 25 goals and 30 while the Rangers third line of Pete Bruce MacGregor and Red Irvine has 51 points on 22 goals and 29 assists. Rounding out the Rangers balance is the Tkaczuk trio with 21 28 assists and 49 six- point spread among three lines. Detroit's attack boasts two lines within five points of each other. Guy Mickey Red- mond and Garnet Bailey have combined for 31 27 assists and 58 while Marcel Nick Libett and Bill Collins have teamed 53 points on 23 goals and 30 assists. LEADERS GP 0 A PPIm B 21 23 26 49 12 B......21 12 28 40 16 B........21 16 18 34 10 Bur.......20 15 13 28 6 Won 20 15 11 26 2 B.....'21 8 18 26 47 NY R___ 22 5 21 26 30 Mm 20 5 19 24 29 D .21 13 10 23 0 Mm 20 12 11 23 20 Mon.....20 6 17 23 0 D.......21 12 10 22 4 Toronto ..21 10 12 22 4 D .....21 14 7 21 16 Pitts 20 10 11 21 2 van 19 5 16 21 8 NY R 22 5 16 21 30 NY R.....1613 7 20 0 Cal.....20 9 11 20 14 Pitts 20 8 12 20 B NY R 21 8 12 20 2 Tor 21 8 12 20 6 Macleish. Phil 20 7 13 20 8 Minor hockey Brian Ferenz scored a pair of goals and led the Hornets to an easy 5-0 victory over the Eagles Monday night. Darren Darren Price and Jeff Jarvie added singles for the winners who led 3-0 after the opening period. In a Pee Wee exhibi- tion the Lethbridge Sabres tripped up the Great Falls Pee Wees twice. In the first encounter Richard Shardlow and Greg Horon scored two goals apiece to lead the Sabres to a 4-2 win over Great Falls. Mark Stubbs flipped in two markers in a losing cause. Four players shared the scoring in the second tilt which was won by the hosts 4- 1. Ron Morn Schwarz. Mark Peta and Horon scored for the locals while Curt Samuels replied for Great Falls. Native Elks split Both the Lethbridge Native Sons and Lethbridge Midget Elks were hot and cold over the weekend and managed only a split in their respective league play. The Native Sons were on the road over the weekend for a pair of Central Alberta Junior Hockey League games and came home with a 2-0 victory over .Drumheller and a 3-2 set- back to Oven. On the other in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League the Midget Elks dropped Coleman Cascades 11-4 but suffered an 8-6 loss to the Claresholm Clippers. In Drumheller Saturday nieht. the Native Sons fired in an unanswered goal in the first and second periods to skate to their 2-0 win over the Colts Greg Kveder led the Sons' attack with a pair of goals while Derrick Blasco chipped in with two assists. The Sons were also assessed six ot 10 minor penalties and the only 10-mmute miscon- duct. The locals had a harder time in Oven Sunday as the two clubs fought to-the bitter end. Both clubs fired in single markers in each of the first and second periods but Oyen linally got the upper hand with .-in unarKwrpd in iho Imal period. Kevin Keith and Reg Os- mond tallied for the locals while Danny Gary Meers and Joe Ferrick replied lor Oyen. Meanwhile at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Saturday Bob Miles and Lorne Osmond rifled in hat- tricks to lead the Elks to their easy wir. over the Cascades. Hick Wiest chipped in with a two-goal performance while singles came off the sticks ol Bill Mike Boychuk and Bruce Mock. A. Schagel tallied twice in a losing cause. In Sunday's tilt at Mender- the visiting Claresholm f'linnorv hanlr Cram a K_n first period deficit to drop the Klks. The Clippers ripped in six unanswered goals in the se- cond period and added another pair in the third. Larry MacDonald paced the visitors with three bjg goals while Brian Massam and Don Kisher aided with two and John McKee one. Michel Dumont blinked the light twice for the Elks with singles going to Boychuk. Miles. Wiest and Rod Oshaski. Klks outshot the Clippers 53- 29 while picking up eight minors and a major. Clippers were assessed six minors along with two nujurs LtTHMIDOl OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. LWMT LMl rih tlMMtaf MM 0.7411 S.C.M. Top cowboy named Tommy veteran chuckwagon was named Cowboy of the Year at the annual Rodeo Cowboy Association banquet. Dorchester won the trophy made and hefd here by Corne Martens of Coaldale. Dorchester named cowboy of year auma By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer The Calgary Inn was the scene of the 28th annual Cana- dian Rodeo Cowboys Associa- tion awards night and 13 rodeo cowboys and a bucking horse were singled out for honors. Heading the parade of champions was 62-year-old Tummy veteran chuckwagon and newly named Canadian Rodeo Cow- boy of the Year. Dorchester received a 000 cheque and a magnificent trophy sculptured by Corne Martens of Coaldale and presented by C. N. Woodward. The prestigious award goes to the cowboy best combining personality and who has contributed most to over the year. Few men have gained greater prominence in the chuckwagon business than Dorchester. He has won every major award including the Calgary Stampede and three world driving championships. Attesting to the danger of his he accepted the award still handicapped by a near-fatal spill at a Manitoba rodeo in June. The 1973 all around cham- pion Tommy Bews of Pekisko. received six major prizes for grabbing the title for the third time. Dale winner of five consecutive bareback calf roper Jim steer wrestler Phil bull rider Leo and saddle bronc king Jerry also received major awards at the dinner. Zone owned by the Calgary was nam- ed the bucking horse of the year in Canada. News was also received that the great bareback horse owned by Reg Kesler of was 'named the best bareback bronc in the world. Dale Lewis was the top chu- kwagon driver while Er- nie Dorin and Pat McHugh won the wild horse race and the wild cow milking titles respectively. Rod Taylor scores run MANAGUA Tehan of delivered a two-run double in the llth inning Sunday to give Canada a 2-0 win over Costa Rica in the world amateur baseball championship. Tehan's double scored Rod Taylor of Lethbridge and Gary Picone of to give Canada a 2-2 record in the which continues through Dec. Canada lost 11-4 Monday night to Puerto Rico. They 4 Jim Kelts was the top amateur bronc rider while the rookie of the year was Lee Phillips. Jim Freeman was the high point permit holder. A special feature of the ban- emceed by veteran rodeo announcer Warren was the address by Monsignier Athol Murray of Notre Dame College in Saskatchewan. The colorful Catholic Priest stressed Canadianism but urg- ed the large com- prised of the who's who of not to forget that they are part of the world com- munity. Retiring CRCA secretary treasurer Paddy Brown was also presented with a special award for his many years of service. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WORLD New Eng. Quebec Chicago Cleveland Toronto Jersey Edmonton Houston Minnesota Winnipeg Vancouver Los Ang. Division W L T 13 9 12 11 11 7 ....10 8 8 12 7 13 Division W L T NFL Jets AitMrlcan Conference T F A 0 276 101 0 171 197 0 202 231 0 183 231 175 305 14 6 11 6 11 8 9 11 14 0 16 0 78 1 71 1 80 2 77 74 0 60 LEADING E............. 9 E............... 18 Q.............. 14 V......... 17 M...... 11 H..........17 T............. 11 M 13 Morrison. M 10 H................ 6 W................ 16 Cl 13 M..........11 Q g NE............ 15 W........... 9 Hardy. Ch.............. 10 I acroix. 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