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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 11 Bowling Buffalo team expelled, all Canadians ANDY CAPP _______________.................. Y COULD YOU SCRAPE U scores CAPRI BOWL Y.B.C. JET BOYS Nolan Mutter. 126; Dennis Allen 112; Dean Hovey 176; Tommy Holfield 126; Brent Ashmeade 103; Colin Weibe 114; Brian Brand 144; David Mann 117; Greg Berthiaume 108; Steven Oseen 105. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS Tommy Doyle 199; Brent Elaldrey 158; Edwin Burwash 158; Perry Allen 191; Stephen Taylor 159; Don Tinordi 175; Tom Amatto 233; Craig Ellis 162. Y.B.C. JET GIRLS Nancy Ferguson 129; Victoria Kieselbach 82; Cheryl Kreutz 79; Carolin Woodman 83; JoAnne Mutter 112: Sonya DeCaire 129; Brandl Lament 85. Y.B.C. BANTAM GIRLS Laurie Wishnevski 149; Judy McKay 149; Kim Tolley 182; Joanne Olnick 165; Cathy Hamilton 206; Julie Smith 159; Cara Coulter 164: Sandra Ferguson 184; Pattie Stanton 217 Y.B.C. JUNIORS SENIORS Brian Rossetti 300 Parry McDonald 213 Mike Tolley 229 Anne Craiggs 210; Andrew Albitson 224 Bill Todd 217: Kathy Lodge 209; Lori Brunner 207: Mike Gerla 206; Brenda Christie 215: Troy Hovey 293: Sandra Hamilton 211. Y.B.C. YOUNG ADULTS Kalie Pedrini 303 Nadine Kovacs 261; Bob Hirsche 240; Ron Gretzinger 296 John Wildman 267 Cheryl Obermeyer 244 Kim Kovacs 294 Gary Lohuis 271 Merylen Bunnage Bill Todd 231 PIONEER LEAGUE Ginnar Holte 215: Hans Ellington 213; Elmer Morrison 201; Ed Linn 218; Goldie Kesler 196; Jean Thomson 222: Agnes Black 205; Burga Fettig 203. SENIOR CITIZENS Jim Freel 249; Roy LaValley 228; Bunny Maloney 242; Henry Bechthold 235; Lambert Olenhoff 235; Vic Reed 215; Harry Long 216; Katie Pirk 219: Ann Reed 249 Maggie Oliver 264 Ted Haszard 255; Ruth Huisman 216. HIGA'S WOMENS Loretta Karninski 270 Marg Michilenko 248; Judy Williams 265: Lena Moore 277; Pat McManus 259; Willene MacDonald 258 Bea Salmon 303 Marge Clark 269; Loraine Persley 285 Kae Mann 248; Marlene Bosch 309. HOLIDAY BOWL MONDAY GOLDEN AGE Alt Bell 249; Harry Chapman 220; Betty Murtland 223; Minnie Petrie 235; Dave Petrie 252: Slim Berry 265: Rose Nunweiler 254: Ruby Oseen 261 Frank Bernhart 288 Kay Davison 233. COMMERCIAL MENS Ron Gretzinger 340; Rick Barva 314; Reg Arnold 329 Bill Wishart 335 Jerry Truscott 320; Ken King 332; Ken Larson 322: Jack Smeed 309 Wimp Nakamura 303 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Dianne Violin! 290 Kent Leishman 277; John Rosenfelt 271; Morgan Sparks 276; Pete Berthiaume 262 Its Tanaka 266; Frank Beekman 261: Pete Enns 253; Andy Valer 252; Shirley Warner 252; Cheryl Kruchkywich 249; Shirley Hertlein 249: Sat Nagata 256. DAIRY QUEEN Phyl Jardine 250; Minnie Kaskiw 235; Jean' Mills 231: Helen Draffin 265; Mabel Wiggill.296: Kay Strome 242: Mary Shields 248; Ronnie Tedesco 229: Gailya Pedersen 227 Hertha Matson 226. BENDIX Darwin Romanchuck 240: Don Bessie 242: Jon Hyde 218: Ian Hewitt 278; Garth Barr 270 Ralph Hietman 226: Larry Barton 224; Karlyn Spitzer 269 Boris Ganchev 235; Debbie Barton 245. SPEEDY WOMEN'S Jeannett Smeed 260 Bea Salmon 284 Karlyn Spitzer 266; Grace Beard 220; Irene Ludewda 221: Lorrane Kuchner 220: Marg Smith 302 Elaine Brown 272 Colette Lewko 245; Helen Deal 221. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE Rod Chemos 212: Bob Windberry 198: Fay Otter 218: Mary Matichuck 224: Ian West 205; Alex Szetes 272: Ralph Effle 249. NHL rejects BLOOM1NGTON, Minn. (CP) An official of the United States Amateur Hockey Association said Mon- day that the Buffalo, N.Y., team of the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League (SOJHL) has been expelled from the U.S. Hal Trumble, a director of the U.S. association, said in a telephone interview the Buf- falo team has been barred from playing in the U.S. because its players are all Canadians. "We.are trying to develop junior hockey among American boys in Buffalo and we don't want support going to an all-Canadian he said. Officials of both the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) were notified of the U.S. deci- sion to expel the Buffalo team early in August, Mr. Trumble added. The Buffalo area has four junior hockey teams belong- ing to the newly-formed New York-Penn League and the players on these teams are all Americans, he said. Buffalo fans should support "our U.S. boys, not the he added. Mr. Trumble was interview- ed after the cancellation Saturday of an SOJHL game in which Detroit was schedul- ed to play Buffalo at the Tonawanda sports Centre in suburban Buffalo. COULD VOU SCRAPE UP A FIVER PORTHlS BARGAIN I GOT FROM CHALXIE, FLO? IT'S BETTER THAN THE ONE WE'VE GOT VERY THOUGHTFUL OF WASN'T IT, THOUGH; SHOULD ANY OF YOUR TRIBE ARRIVE IT'S THAT CAN'T 5E TURNED I 'AD VISITORS ON MY MIND new rules MONTREAL (CP) The National Hockey League announced Wednesday that the board of governors has rejected two proposed rule changes designed to reduce delays in games. A proposal to award a free shot from the nearest faceoff spot against a team which freezes the puck against the boards or whose goaltender holds the puck for more than three seconds was defeated by a vote of 15 to 3. A second recommendation that all player substitutions be made "on the fly" except when a goal is scored or a penalty imposed was rejected 11 to 7. NHL president Clarence Campbell said in a statement he was surprised that the regulation changes, proposed by a speciaJ committee appointed at the league's annual meeting in June, were tamed {town. "Games played under these rales during the training camp exhibition series prior to Oct. I clearly indicated that they were achieving the desired results. "The lime required to play games was substantially reduced in 27 games to an average of Iwo hours and 15 minutes, and the public reaction to this development appeared io be entirely favorable." Remaining exhibition games and the 1974-75 season matches will be played under last year's rules. When you plug your store into this, it means business! The Lethbridge Herald is the Major News medrum in Southern Alberta read in 93% of Lethbridge homes and 43% of OUF rural area homes. (The best coverage by far of any Alberta Daily News- paper.) This is what makes it the MAJOR ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. Because people want The Lethbridge Herald enough to pay for it, The Lethbridge Herald has become a part of living the home news- paper with news that is essential to living in great Southern Alberta. This is why YOUR advertising in The Leth- bridge Herald reaps you solid rewards. Your mes- sage is in a medium which is not a throw-away, not a piece of unsolicited direct mail addressed to Rather it is read because it is in the best-read and highest regarded medium in the South! Newspaper readers want to be completely in- formed and because newspaper readers don't want to miss anything, they read The Lethbridge Herald cover-to-cover including your advertising messages. The point is simple: people look for- ward to advertising in The Lethbridge Herald. They read it, discuss it, often clip the ads as a buying reminder. For The Lethbridge Herald is the marketplace, the big showroom DAILY for every- thing on sale in Southern Alberta. If you want more business, you can get by plugging in The Lethbridge Herald. The Lethbridge Herald Average Daily Circu- lation is now at an all-time record high of over copies reaching a total of over readers and potential buyers daily! It moans BIG BUSINESS for. Automobile Dealers Clothing Stores Department Stores Drugstores Appliance Stores Furniture Food Stores Restaurants Jewellers Musical Instruments Radio TV Real Estate Shoe Stores Sporting Goods Beauty Shops Building Supplies Variety Stores Home Furnishings Draperies Floor Coverings Tires Housewares Banks Nurseries House Builders Readership of The Lethbridge Herald Is What Makes The Big Difference Brings You Immediate Sales PLUG Your Business Into THE BEST SELLER! The Lethbridge Herald "Serving and Selling The South'' ;