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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE IETHBRIDOE NERMO Turvlny, October S. 1'7J Meet Red Devils tonight at Sugar Kings open at home DIANXE VIOLIN! SAM GUI ARM bowlcr-oMlic-month AT CAPRI, Ihc honors for being named t bowlers-of-the-month the 1972-73 seasc the first asort go to Dianne Violini and Sam Girardi. Diaime, who over tlie few years lias turned hi some brilliant ef- forts, sot the nod among the gals for sporting a 251 average in Green's Shoes and nabbing high three with 260, 300 and 310 for an 870. Sam is off to a sizzling start and is the men's winner with a 261 av- erage in Green's and the high triple of the season so far with 286. and 258 for a big 911. The men's bowler-of-the-week is Cecil Murakami who. sport- ing a 221 average in Green's, clicked for an 852 triple with games of 275, 307 and 270. Aya Nakamura, averaging 181 in .ICCA. paced the women with a fine outing, posting 302, 236 and for an 837 triple. There were a flock of new league highs this past week, including Vaughan Terinant's 225 average and a 744 triple by Henry Bechthold in Senior Citizens, a big 365 single by Tom Adams and an 840 triple by Ed Henderson in Henry Homes, a 340 and 811 by Dean Stitson in the Friendly League, Aya Nakamu- ra's 837 in JCCA, Kathy 'Lndwig's 733 triple in Eagles, Arvid Oseen's 290 single and Layne Baceda's 694' triple in Vasa Lodge and a 295 by Lew Mills in Civil Sendee. The biggest and busiest YBC season on record is in full swing, and after three weeks' play, Charlene Barva leads the Bantam girls with a 170 average while Michael Gerla and Stephen Kenwood are tied for the boys' lead with 202 averages. .Kalie Ped- rini's 196 and a 212 average by Harvey Pocza pace the junior division while Linda Malcomson leads the senior gills with a red-hot 250 and Darrel Lagler paces the boys with a 248 mark, .top bowling by a group of talented youngsters. In men's league play, a lot of big games were turned in with the pace-setters being Norm Tolley 305, Steve Mezei 396 and 784, Mike Tobo 305 and 789, Jack Smeed 337 and 898 and Kim Kovacs an 801 .triple in Gordie's, Steve Mezei 318 and 824, Darrell Lagler 333 and 782, Cecil Murakami 307 and 852, Sam Girardi 322 and Baden Pilling 318 in Green's, Tom Adams 365 and Ed Henderson 341 and 840 in Henry Homes, Dean Stitson 340 and 811 in Friendly, Ryo Nagata in JCCA, Les Erickson 316, Paul Visser a 780 triple and John Wildman a 791 triple in Young Adults. In women's league action, the stars were Lor- raine Persley 295 in Higa's, Jean Christie 306 and 757, Marg Smith 293 and 777 and Jeanette Smeed 311 and 767 in Speedys, Isabel Orsten 332 and 80G. Masa Goshinmon 316, Isabelle Bergman 311 and 765 and Carolyn Wilde 297 and 7fi5 in Martinizing, Isabelle Bergman 304 in Green's, May Marie 305 and Isabel Orsten 297 and 738 in Sundquist Construction, Aya Nakamura 302 and 837 in JCCA and Darlene Terry with a 732 triple in Young Adults. By l.l.OYII VAMA0.1SIU HoraUl Sports Writer I Tollbridge Sugar Kings, to say the least, have luu! a vorky start to the hockey sea- son. Planned by front office dif- ferences us training camp got under way the Alberta Junior Hookey League club found it- self without a coach for the corning season. Biff Reddin, of Calgary, was to handle the duties as coach but after a head-to-head con- frontation with team owners, Recidin was relieved of his duties and sent packing. Kings, with manager Syd Hall at the helm, opened the road section of their league schedule Sunday evening in Hlairmorc arid saw their last year coach, John Chapman, guide his Crowsnest Pass Red Devils to a come from behind 8-5 victory. The Red Devils will pay-the Kings a return visit tonight and things could possibly be n little different. Game time is set for p.m. at the Henderson Ice Cen- tre. According to Kings' general manager, Syd Ball, the Blair- more rink was a little too small and hindered his players con- siderably. "Our players are used to a larger ice surface and had some trouble operating in the Blairmore commented Hall. "The Red Devils are a pretty big club and usually left us no room to he added. Although the Kings tasted de- feat in their first encounter of the season, Hall still seemed optimistic that his team has a chance to win the league pen- nant this year. "I'm sure the boys will come along as the season progresses and they'll be just as lough as the other teams in the six-team he said. Meanwhile the Sugar Kings are still without a regular coach for the 1972-73 season. Hall feels that his club must have a coach and soon Trying to handle the duel role of manager-coach and earn a living besides can prove to be tiring. The club has had feelers ou for some time for a new coach hut to dale have had little suc- cess signing a boss. George McCrea, who grad- uated from the Sugar King ranks last spring, will help Hall with the coacliing duties. But McCrea, who played four years with the club, is not planning to stay in Lethbridgu for any Icnglh of time and so tiis help wilt be limited. Kings will be at homo twice on the holiday weekend as well. Saturday night they meet the Drumheller Falcons in an encounter while at two o'clock Sunday afternoon Red Deer Hustlers pay a visit. Red Sox cnnnol afford loss Tiant must beat Tigers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Luis Tiruit carries the fate of Bos I on Red Sox in baseball's American League East show- wn with him tonight when lie dies "the most important me of my againsl De- jil Tigers. The Sox hope he doesn't slip. Blass ready for aeries PITTSBURGH (API Pitts burgh P irates pitcher Stev Blass, struck on the right elbo1 Sunday by a line drive warm etl up for five minut e Monday and pronounced him self fit to start in the Nationa League playoff. "I can definitely pilch Satur Blass said. Before the workout, tha 1! game winner said he still was uncertain about his status anc had planned only to lob a fe pitches. "When T started to throw, found that I was throwing gooc without any he said, should be all right for Wednes day.11 Pirate manager Bill Virdo had said he may use his right hamier Wednesday aigl for two or three innings in th regular season finale agains St. Louis Cardinals. The playoffs begin Saturda with Cincinnati Reds at Thre Rivers Stadium here. Tiie mishap occurred Sundf in the first inning for the P rates' game with the New Yo lets v; hen John Miln er hit line drive which ricocheted.' elbow. Radiator Flushed Anti-Freeze Installed ttBMB E31I Ihrysier Corner of llh Si. began the 1972 season with a .305 lifetime hatting mark. He played outfield and firs base for New York in 8; games. Manager Yogi Bern said he used Mays at time even when he had wanted b rest him, because injuries regulars forced Mays into th lineup. His chances of cciipsin Babe Ruth's home run recon of 7H are almost non-c-xi' tent. Mays has B52 carec homers, but Atlanta's Henr Aaron now ha.s a load of ove 20 homers on him. While Detroit was getting the mp on Boston in their head- head confrontation for the East flag, Montreal Expos' I! Stoneman stole some of the otlight with the second no-hit- r of his major league career, feating New York Mets 7-p in1 e first game of a twi-night! ubleheader. The Mets won! e second game, 2-1. Elsewhere on an abbreviated hedule Monday, Chicago Cubs feated Philadelphia Plullics 3 in the National League, Mil- aukee Brewers took New ork Yankees 6-1 and Chicago hi t e Sox tripped M innesota vins 6-4 in the American ague. Mickey Lolich struck out 15 alters and limited Boston to x nils while Aurelio Rodriguez ove in tSiree runs for the Ti- ers with a homer and two sin- es. Al Kah'ne also had a mer and two other nils. The Sox seemed to be getting Lolich in the third. Tommy arper singled and raced to ird on Aparicio's hit. Then -arl Yaslrzemski boomed a 20-foot drive that scored Har- tic the game ent Aparicio around third, e acted for home. I had to wait around second ase to make sure that the ball 'ouldn't be said Apa- icio, "and then I turned on the peed. "I started to round third, hut it the bag on top. I stumbled nd tried to keep going. In- tead, I slipped on the grass md had to scramble back to he bag." There he met Yas t rzemsk: nd Ihe Tigers tagged Yaz for be second out of the inning "hen Lolich struck out Reggie smith to end the t lire at. After that, the ball game be onged to Lolich, Kaline anc iodrigucz. In the fifth, Rodri ;uez homered. In the sixth, Ka ine singled and came arounc o score on a hit by Rodriguez n the eighth, Kaline singlet again and again the Tigers scored on a two-out single by Rodriguez. The three hits gave Kaline 2fl ills in his last 40 at bat. Elsewhere, R uddy Brad fore drilled a pinch-hit grand slarr lomer in the eighth inning t give Ihe White Sox their victor) over Minnesota, Ken Brett limited New Yor o six hits and pitched Mi: waukee to its victory over th Yankees, Pete Lcacock drove in thre runs and Bill North rippec three hits as the Cubs defeate Philadelphia. BOTH LOOKING FOR TITLE Billy Morlin, left, tjnd Eddie Kasko both are hoping to the East division of the American Baseball League for their respective teams. Martin got off on the right foot Monday as his Detroit Tigers stopped Kasko's Boston Red Sox 4-1 in first of a three-gome series to decide the title. Jons capture eague lead Sulz, Peterson earn victories Tom Sutz of Medicine Ha and Brian Peterson of Let! bridge captured top honors i the Lethbridge Motorcyc Club's hill climbing event he! Sunday. Sutz bested all-comers In th 230 cc class on his Kawasal while Ed Carpenter of Letl bridge was runner-up handlin a Bultaco. Tokarfkl of Lelhbrktg placed third in this event. Meanwhile Peterson grahhe top prize in tho cc cla edging out Boh Daku of Lei bridge. Clary Klasseu of Lelhbridg finished In third. Philndelphia owner cats humble pie Johnson ran all over PHILADELPHIA (AP) New York Giants quarterback Norm Sncad, v.ith a big running back Ron John- son, made Philadelphia Eagles and their owner, Tose, eat humble pie Monday night. Snead rubbed it in wilh 12 of in pass completions for IM yards and three touchdowns. lie led the Giants to a 27-12 vic- tory over tho winless Eagles. Johnson, the WS-pound run- ning back who out mrrst of List fca.son an injured h knee, caught all three of Snead's touchdown passes, and ran the ball 3S limes for yards. It was the first victory for New York in Ihren Trxse, the wealthy trucking j firm ov.ncr, put his foot In his I mouth early last week, when in defence of head coach Khayat, ft "guaranteed" the Eagles fHild beat the (liant.s. Tose has liUle for Snead as a quarterback. He led the move to trade Sneart from the Eagles to Minnesota Vik- ings after the Iff70 season. SNKAO nEVFCNfiKD .Snrarl came brick lartf year and was Ihe quarterback as the Vikings blanked the Kagles 17- He was traded this year to New York, and Monday turned Hg.'iin on Toso. a man who bnd dc-sorilwif flmvu] as a loser. Snead refused to gloal. Tho 12-year NFL veteran basked in thr victory rather (han in recr- irninatmns. His yards gave him a career total of the eighth player in NKL history to go over passing yards. "I feel nothing the i said Sliced after the game. year, but not now. It has been two years since 1 loft. I'll tell you, though, it feels real good to win." ri.son, wh o wored rlub wasn't impressed uith his per- formance. "I've Jiad mnro gratifying where T think T contrib- uted more In the said the former Michigan Kirk. SHOULD KNOW New York coach Alex Wnh- sler, who enjoyed rorusiderabln success as a running bark, first with Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football league and then with Ihe Giants, didn't 1 agree with Johnson. "Our game plan was to give The Lions celebrated the ening day of Minor Football eek in Canada by dumping e Bombers 12-6 and gaining '.e possession of first pi ace the Lethbridge Minor Foot- II League standings Monday ;ht. The Lions lead the league th a record while the imbers were dropped to sec- id place with a 3-2 record. Eskimos and Stampeders are third spot with 2-3 ree- ds while the St. Mary's In- ans rest in the league-cellar thout a victory in four starts. In last night's contest some fans at the Henderson ball ark watched Jerry Areshen- feature in both the Lions' uchdowns. He gave the Lions a 6-0 half- me lead with a 70-yard jaunl nd then completed a pass to [iff Mjyashiro for the other lajor score. Paul Bryne scored the lona Bombers' touchdown in the second half. Meanwiiile the Eskimos pick- ed up their third win of the sea- son with an 18-0 romping over the Stampeders. 11m Hi chardson scored two iouchdowns for the Eskimos while Curt Schwietzer added the other. The Eskimos did all their scoring in the first half of play. Two more games will be stag- ed Wednesday night as Uia Indians take on the Bombers at p.m. and the Stamps faca the Lions at G p.m. PURSE INCREASED HOUSTON (AP) A guarantee to heavyweight box- ing champion Joe Frazier for an Astrodome title fight against George Foreman waa increased lo ELRICH TIRE IATIONAL LEAGUE 'itlsburgh hicago York 1. Louis Francisco Diego 58 73 .523 15 57 97 .373 33Va Vesl 93 59 ,61? 58 93 34Vi AMERICAN LEAGUE East W olt 85 Oakland :ago ncsola Kansoi City Texa s TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Carlttm (35-10) At Chl- :aqo McGinn New York Seaver (10-12) and Webb 0-0) at Ronko (1-93 and Tor- CE or Moore St. Louis Santorinl (E-10) at Plltv jurgh Moose 01-10) LDS Angeles Sutton flS-9) at Allan- ia Niekro (16-11) HoLJiton Reusi (MS) at Cincinnati (tfl 393 Chicago 301 010 451 Twflchell fJ-9) Scarce '51 WTfson (8) id Boone; Reuschel OO-'fc) Phoebus 8) and Pfiarro (9) and Rudolph. ECOND lew York DM OM 2 Montreal 000 000 1 Moore, f6-6) (B) and" Wo- lanr Morion, Marshall 19) Me- FIRST New York 000 COO 0 1 Montreal 000 1 1 rs> Sadecki and Sudakls; Stone- man and WcCarver. HRs: MM -Fairly L Pet. (A .553 A? .SJ9 73 .MO 74 81 ,461 91 64 .H6 76 .500 77 .493 79 .Jfil Vt 15Vj 38 ;i TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Ffsher el Perry BBlfimore Palmer f21-10) and Mo- Nally at Cleveland Ttdrow (1-M5) and Lamb Milwaukee Bell M-l) New York StoHIemyre Texas Paul (7-8) nt Kansai City Bushy (3-0> Boston Tlont (15-S) at Detroit Pry. lan Oakland Hunter (21 7) flf Csllfcrnli Wright (IM1> MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 010 noi Minnesota 000 03 and Borg- HRs; Brad- Ford Boslon.....fiOl 000 6 1 Detroit 1W Oil 01 4 0 Curtis (H-8'J Newhauser (6) (7) Veale (E) Bolin f8) and F-JsK; Lo- lich and Sims. HRs: Kaline <1Q) Rodriguez Milwaukee J Q Nt-.-r York 'W 000 1 0 Brett (7-12) arxJ Rodriguez; Kline (16-9) Beene '9) arid Munion, HRs: rlY W.jrcer Ihe ball to Johnson and let hi run wilh Webster said. fell we could run against the Kiigtes and control the ball. We did In the Eagles' dressing room, the red-faced Tose ripped his players. Minor hockey A praclicr; wilt ho hold Thurwhiy evoning for players intorcslcrl in trying out for the Juvenile Warriors. Tiie workout is plannctl 'for 11 p.m. at (lie Adams Ice Cen- tre. It previously announced (fiat tho workout WAS Wednes- day. WINTER CLEAT Available In Ail Sizes RADIAL BELTED 4 PLY POLYESTER ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 lit South Wioiw 357-6896 or IETHBR1DGE-BOW ISLAND ;