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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter DIANNE VIOLINI bowler-of-the-month The gals stepped into the spotlight in the race for the coveted bowler-of-the-month titles at both Capri and Holi- day as two of. the best, Eleanor Dorigatti and Dianne Violini, got the nod At Capri Eleanor rattled off 267, 269 and 346 for an 882 triple in Green's Shoes for the top award for September while Dianne blistered the pins at Holiday with 296 and 879 and 316 and 840 in Knights of Columbus plus a 339 and a four-game total of in Classic Triples she's ELEANOR DORIGATTI bowler-of-the-month averaging a sensational 270- plus in both leagues Bowlers-of-the-week at Capri were Edith Voth with 380 and 777 in Higa's and George Matchett with 319 and 793 in Thursday Mixed honorable mention to Maggie Oliver in Golden Age with 346 and 761 and YBC Merylen Bunnage with 318 and a 582 double At Holiday the week's stars were John Wildman with 351 and for four in Classic Triples and Cathy Copeland with 363 and Young Adults. In Capri league play, leading the women were An- nie Baraniiik with 199 in Pioneer, Betty Roberts 281 and 672 in Higa's, Phyllis Spence 273 and 667 in Tuesday Coffee, Linda Vrabel 296 and 722 and Pat Plomp 284 and 703 in Imperial Fashions, Helen Weels 267 and 691 in LCC, Dianne Malchow 291 and Cheryl Fleming 285 and 686 in Wednesday Coffee, Barb Jar- vie 310 and 729 in Martinizing, Nish Chaki 302 and 743 and Sandy Shigehiro 301 and 709 in JCCA, Erna Richter 331 and Other highs were Darrell Lagler with 302 and 755, Frank Tuttle 293 and 744 and John Rempel 292 and 744 in Green's, Francis Higa 302 and 786 and Tak Katakami 311 and 729 in JCCA, Tom Snow with a 734 triple in Thursday Mixed, Bob Harris, 288 in Bankers, Jim Freel 265 and 649 in Thursday Senior Citizens and Gord Tanaka with a 757 in Fri- At Holiday Bowl, Betty Murtland's 271 was the best in Monday Golden Age while in Knights of Columbus the gals were paced by Dorothy Olshaski with 300, Dianne Violini 296 and 879 and Brenda Goodhope 291 Other leaders were Maud Patterson Mary Potvin 279 and Gailya Pedersen a 703 triple in Dairy Queen, Karlyn Spitzer 301 and 733 and Lorraine Kirchner 296 in Speedys, Alice In men's league action, plenty of big outings in Commercial Men's as Lino' Chiste hit for 313 and 804, Les Dyke 300 and 782, Steve Pedersen 352 and 846, Mike Tobo 827. Al Smith 305 and 847. Bill Koskoski 313, Mike Zmurchyk 342. Ken King 320 and 765, Ab Paskuski 309 and 812 and Jack Smeed 316 and 808 Other stars were Darwin Romanchuk 338 and 759 in Young Adults, Frank Bernhart 283 and 774 in Mon- day Golden Age. Alan Matson Lathbridgi Minor Hoekiy Association 1974-75 HOCKEY REGISTRATIONS lining TUES.. OCT. Ithri OCT. 7 (ONE WEEK ONLY! NO LATE at the ADAMS ICE CENTRE to 9 p.m. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Noon to 6 p.m. BE SURE TO SRWG HEALTH CARE MO. must produce proof of (BMh Cwd, FEES: player SMfortwo __ for ihnw or more from Mint family. Octobtr 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Bombers continue to win with ease The Catholic Central Bombers remained the only unbeaten team in the Lethbridge Minor Football Association after trouncing the Wilson Lions 26-0 Monday night. The Lions, who only had a 10-0 edge in the first half, poured it on in the second half to run up their winning margin. The Hamilton Stampeders outscored the Gilbert Paterson Eskimos 48-14 and remained solidly entrenched in second spot. Mike DeHeer of the Eskimos was taken to the hospital late in the game. He suffered a dislocated knee cap and will be through for the year. He was released from hospital after the leg was placed in a cast. Walter Montina was the big Double play ball St. Louis Cardinals' short stop Mike Tyson puts the finishing touches on a double play as the Montreal Expos' Mike Jorgensen slides into second base. The Cards defeated the Expos 5-1 to stay tied spot in the National League East Division. 721 and Sandra Hunt 311 in NuMode, Wendy Sera 296 and 803 in Bankers, Donna Reed 267 and 674 in ACT and June Kiely 315 in Friday Mixed Arie Koole paced the men in Monday Senior Citizens with 264 and 682 while in Monday Mixed Mike Stevens rolled 317 and Frank Barva 315 Tops in Gordies were Lovro Novak 305 and 735 with Jerry Mezei adding 294 and 719 Wes Olson's 714 triple led LCC and Ed Jankowiak had a 301 in Canbra Foods. day Mixed YBC leaders were Nadine Kovacs 263 and 696 and Ron Gretzinger 269 and 773 in Young Lori Asquin 231 in Friday Schools, Patti Stanton 217 and Tom Ammatto 233 in bantam play, Brian Rossetti 300 and 685, Troy Hovey 293 and Brenda Christie 215 in junior-senior action. Gier a 738 triple in Holiday Village, Betty Paterson 268 in Alcon. Joyce Marsden 271 in Eagles, Kathy Mueller 290.in CJOC, Edith -Voth a 701 and Bernice Hay 285 in Civil Ser- vice, while the big guns in Classic Triples were Ethel Skinner 284 and for four, Dianne Violini 320 and 979, Elaine Brown 981, Karlyn Spitzer 329 and and Jeanette Smeed a 315 and 790 and Jack Untersener 307 in Simpsons, Jim Wensveen 300 in Bendix, Rod Cernos 314 and 761 in ADA, Rudy Van Ryn 308 and 756 and Frank Baceda 311 in CJOC, Pete Canan 307 in CPR Pacing Classic Triples were Ken Larson 304 and 1.060. Steve.Saler 310 and 948, Steve Gangur 320 and Jack Smeed 308 and 989. John Wildman 351 and 1.070, Steve Pedersen 306 and Bob Costanzo 352 and and Fred Milner 1.006. Red Kelly pleased with Williams, Rangers continue to fly high THE CANADIAN PRESS Newcomers Dave Williams and Blaine Stoughton put coach Red Kelly in a happy mood Monday night. Williams, playing on a line with Stoughton and Norm Oil- man, had a goal and two assists in helping Toronto Maple Leafs defeat Buffalo Sabres 6-2. It was the second straight win for the Leafs over the won 5-4 Saturday in Buffalo. "I was really excited about the way Stoughton handled himself and Williams is starting to go a lot better said Kelly. Williams, the Leafs' No. 2 amateur draft choice this summer, had ,52 goals and 56 assists while picking up 310 minutes in penalties as a junior in 1973-74 with Swift. Current Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League. In other games, California Golden Seals surprised Chicago Black Hawks 4-2 in Kingston, Ont., and the unbeaten New York Rangers took a 5-1 victory at home over Detroit Red Wings. stougnton, acquired trom Pittsburgh Penguins earlier this year for Rick Kehoe, bad a goal and an assist in the game at Toronto. Ullman, making his first start after suffering a groin injury at the beginning of training camp, also had a goal and an assist. Jim McKenny, Clare Alex- ander and Errol Thompson scored the other Toronto goals. The Leafs. 3-2-1 in ex- hibition play, were without Bob Neely, Lanny McDonald, George Ferguson. Dave Keon. Brian Glennie and Gary Sabourin. all absent because of minor ailments. Rick Dudley and Craig Ramsay scored for the Sabres. Craig Patrick scored both the winning and insurance goals to give the Seals their first exhibition win after two losses. It was Chicago's first defeat against two wins and a tie. Len Frig and John Stewart shared the other California goals, while Dennis Hull and Cliff Koroll scored for Chicago. Power-play goals by Brad Park. Pete Stemkowski and Ted Irvine led the Rangers, 5- 0 in exhibition games, to vic- tory over the Wings, 0-5. Nick Beverley and Ron Gresdiner got the other New York goals. Bill Lochead scored for Detroit, giving the Wings a brief 1-0 lead in the first period. In other developments, the Rangers announced that they have suspended backup goaUender Gilles Villemnre indefinitely after he left the club for the second time in a week following a contract dis- pute. Los Angeles Kings trimmed their roster when they sent No. 1 draft choice Gary Sargent and Loren Stamler to Corrigan top shooter Owen Corrigan, of Femie, B.C. was named the grand aggregate champion in all events at the Lethbridge Fish and Game's VIP Shoot over the weekend. The sharp shooting Corrigan scored out of a possible The shooters were hampered Saturday by crosswinds that were blowing at 25 mph and gusting to 40. .The grand aggregate junior winner was Philip Elliott of Taber while Ean Kinniburgh of Lethbridge was second. Kim Jarvis of Lethbridge placed third. Following are the winners in the various categories: .22 Ijiing Yardage. Salurday Art Bourne. Lethbridge Sitting Frank Left ingwell. Lethbridge Kneeling Bob Hobbs Sr.. Lethbridae Standing Bob Hobbs Jr.. Lethbridge Bench Rest Bob Hobbs Sr., Lethbridge High Bob Hobbs Sr.. Lethbridge Team Challenge and VIP Cha'lenge Trophy Bob Hobbs Sr.. Ernest Moudie. Edith Zoeteman. .22 PblwL Sonda. Slow Fire Ed Spence. Fernie. 207 Time Owen Corrigan. Fernie. 262 Rapid Bill Karbashewski. 2S1 High Bill Karbashewski. 697 2nd Owen Corrigar.. Fer- nie. 697 (Tie was broke" on a five-shot shoot otJ) 3rd boutassa. 680 Ijmlrr and Slow Bill KartoashewsM. 583 Ti-ned Owen Cotrtgan. BC-25H Rapid Owen Corrtgan. Feroie. 234 1st Owen Oorrigan. Fet-