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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta __________________________. Wednesday, Oclobt; 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD J) anter Cauodieiis visit hurting Toronto club AT CAPRI BOWL, Jean Passey is once again rat- tling the pins and gets the nod as the women's as as will ever be now bowler-of-the-wcck, thanks to a 715 triple in Sund- cmist Constniction and an 813 triple in Henry Homes with 246 249 and 318 Tom Hackman stole the show among the men. .bowling in Green's Shoes with an average of 192, he cut loose for an 83G triple with games of 261, 247 and 328 which sent him 260 pins over his average, .top efforts by both. Hock of new league highs for the includ- ing a 727 triple by Joe Sclimalz in Prebuilt, Gary Tunbridge with a rousing 370 and Jack Smeed forg- ing ahead with a 206 average in Gordie's, Cyril Har- riett with a 335 and 792 in Eagles, Ward a 281 single in Morning Coffee, Jean Pa' -vilh her 318 and 855 triple in Henry Homes and Syme with a 261 and 639 in the Friendly League. .Three season highs were set in Knights of Columbus, a 302 and 326 by Rose Beektnan and Tino lunvale respectively, and an 855 triple by Jack Smeed. -it Nadine Kovacs and Adella Besselring teamed up to lake the Young Adults doubles while tlie stars of YBC action were Merylen Dunnage with a 274 in Ban- tam boys, Michael Sliarun with a 477 double in Junior boys Linda Malcomson 488 double in Senior girls, John Wildman a 516 double and Ron Grelzinber a 300 single in Senior boys while Kalie Pedrini hit for a 263 and 457 double in Junior girls. In men's league play, the big gunners were Jack Smeed 306 and 855 and Tino lunvale 326 in Knights of Columbus, Cyril Barnett 335 and 792 in Eagles, Robert Kempenaar 305 in Henry Homes, Kyoto Shigehiro 325 and 791, Mas Shigehiro 333, Tak Katakami 337 and Shig Goshimnon 301 and 762 in JCCA, Tak Katakami coming back with 328 in Civil Service plus 303 and 816 by Lew Mills and a 303 by Mike Prokop. .In Gordie's Steve Mezei hit for an 805 triple, Randy Wolstoncroft 329 and 831. Gary Tunbridge 370 and 817, Bert Mezei 312 and 815 and a 784 triple by Jack- Jones .Tops in Green's were Tom Hackman 328 and 836, Lovra Novak 317 and 815, Dave Smeed 321 and 835, Tak Katakami, who enjoyed a big week, 334 and 823'and Alex Kogler 303 and 774. In women's league play, Marlene Bosch with 279 and 754 and Lorraine Persley with 279 and 788 paced Higa's while Rose Beekman's 302 led Knights of Columbus. .Masa Goshinmon's 314 and 740 and Myrna Tweeter's 2B2 led Marlinizing while in Green's Jean Christie rolled 294 and 731, Judy Horlacher a 731 triple, Dena Smith 297 and 746, Linda Malcomson an 805 triple, Eleanor Dorigatti a 746 triple and Dianne Pedersen 322. .Other leaders were Kay Wheeler 307 and Bev Sarafenchon 291 in NuMode, Jean Passey 318 and 813 in Henry Homes, Doreen Teichralt 317 in the Banking League, Pat Plomp a 730 and Gloria Hrycyk 308 in Doug's, Carol Homulos 304 in AGT, and Jean- ette Smeed a 734 triple in Speedys. ____ __ Secret weapon Trevino TORONTO (CD With Paul Henderson back on skates at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto Maple Loafs are as ready as they can expect to be for a visit tonight from Montreal Cana- diens Jacques Planlc is set to face his old team-mates in tlie first meeting of the season for tlie National Hockey League rivals, but the Toronto goaltender is anchoring a position in wldch Ihe Leafs are short of talent. They're the only team in the league without two NHL-calibre Openers might silence critics WHA opens season tonight By THE CANADIAN PRESS A veteran executive of two National Hockey League clubs last January called the new World Hockey Association "no more than a bluff." Tonight, the WHA lays its Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL CPR SOCIAL Shirley Alexander 2-iS; Dennis Oberg 20J; Alma Ocerg 2E3; Morris 22J; Bob Anderson 249; Cteas Schweif rer 131; Arehte Cunninoham 321; V Anderson 3C9; Elaine Sinclair 25. Janice Johnson 211. DOUG'S Pal Plomp 2il Bunny derscn 253; Gloria Hrycyk 308; Am Duval !46; Mary Kkolson 254; Iren Lynde 25K Alice Kolibas 2M; Sail Trone 2J2; RubY Osecn 741; Chrl Girenlher ?J3. YBC FRIDAY SCHOOLS Juniors Tom Wliklos ?D6; fAichels Mactea 230; Bruce VJilkms Billy Doyl 235; Michael Sharun 249; Kim Pri: 231 Rick Matt-cart 317; Bev Pa: sey )75. Banlanu goaltenders. Aside from Planle, who at 42 has lo be feeling the strain on }iis aging legs, To- ronto is looking al two relative novices who have no big-league connections. Gofd McRae saw only a lim- j iled number of games last son with Tulsa Oilers of the Central League and two East- ern League learns while Ron Low had a 3.00 goals against average at Tulsa in 1971-72. BKRME is GONE Toronto coach John McLcllan I is still undecided which of the j two novice backstops he'll keep; in camp since Leafs apparently are resigned to (lie departure of IJernie Parent for Philadelphia Blazers of the World Hockey Association, ards on the table when its. return of Henderson, ylish blue puck is dropped in however, brightened his day. A eason openers ?t Ottawa and 3S.g0ai scorcr last year and night before. You get tired mentally as well as physi- cally." McLcllan, meanwhile, recalls a pre-seEson meeting wilh the Canadiens at Halifax in which and McRae shared the How long does he plan on Low duties in a 10-1 loss. "That was their only bad said McLcllan. "But (hen a lot of other people had bad games that night as well." keeping both in camp? "Tulsa opens (his Friday and we have to send one down. But I haven't made up my mind yet which one will go.11 Mikita knoivs better Hull's absence not leveland. hero of Team Canada's recent And while the openers may victory over Russia, the ilence critics such as Frank igfl-jear-okl winger has been ab- Sr., former Toronto, scnt from the Toronto team Fame Leafs and Montreal Ca- sjnce arrival home late in CHICAGO (CP) Chicago Black Hawks didn't look as though they missed Bobby Hull they started the National Hockey League season with two easy victories, but veteran centre Slan J'l ila knows bet- ter. "Miss him? Sure we're going to iruss him. How can you not miss a plaver like Bobby Hull? "We're just going to have to work harder and make the best of says Mikiia. son why I can't get off to a fast start. I think he's one of the smartest men in the game and he's tremendous in setting up plays. "nobby said Koroll. "We know what happened last summer. It just makes us realize how much harder every- body has to work." said Chico Maki. "If we fall behind now, we can't look over to left wing think 'Bobby will do it. iVHA's Saints. The VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) Lee Trevino unveiled a secret weapon, sent an S 0 S to the United States and got soaked to the skin within hours o( arriving In England to join seven other top golfers battling for the Piccadilly world match- play championship-one of the most honored titles in tlie game. Britain's legal bookies fa- vored defending champion Gary Player of South Africa to win the 'three-day tournament beginning Thursday over the 897-yard par-74, Went worth course near London. Trevino, who took the British Open last July for the second straight year, was listed as sec ond favorite In this last major match play event left on the vorld calendar. His secret weapon? "For the first time in Britain I will be playing with a six wood, the club that has helped me win on the Ameri- can circuit this Trevino said, "It's just the club to get up with at Wentworth's par five. I play it much better than a bit iron." The SOS went out to a Chi- cago factory after Trevino ar- rived here with the wrong-sized golf balls. "I'd got It into my head the Piccadilly's was small-bal' tournament, but it turns out you've got lo play the bigger American ball and I don't have any of my usual brand with Trevino explained, 183r Don Tfnordi 1B2; Kevin Prindl 22E; Gordon EllioU 164; Mark Gretzii g-r 233; David 317r Sandra Ham Won 162; Judy MacLean Gre Smith 182; Merylen Dunnage 274, HAICO Afma Berrlcfgc 244; Jim Wilson 2Ji Gordon Frayn 224-, George Snowtfs 240. A.G.T. Carole Homulos 304 Chris Ell 232; Gloria Murkln 111; Helen Rich- Georye Waselenak 249; Rich Baker 241; Daug Birrell 243; Ken Rallag 252; Frank Tullle 111; Marion Tolley 206- CIVIL SERVICE Tak Katakaml 328 Lew Mills 303 Mike Prokop 303; John Erickson 2B9; Len Bailey 246; Rla TuK 229; Barb Epp 245 Karlyn Spit- rer 266 June Taylor 255 Lena Moore 135. YBC BANTAM BOYS "A1' Division Kevin Grahl 172; Perry McDonald 158; Randy Paskuski 154; Todd Fisher Bill Taylor 157; Marly Shigehiro 145; George Coulter Geoflery Kro- kosh, J49; Gerald 145; Doug H-ndersofi 171; Edwin Burwash "B Division Darren Swaren 140; Rodney Kro- koih Raymond Brown Egeland 151; Geoffrey Paskusk. 133; Danny Nagy 138; Greg Schaffer Dan Derek Taylcr 125. YBC BANTAM GIRLS Judy Johnson Kartui Ludwlg 177; Pam Shigehiro 173r Sandra Ham- ilton 182; LorJ Chaki 222j Lisa Blue lil; Joy Nakamura 139; Calhy Ham- illon 133; Valerie McDonald 137; Kalhy jMvenaizo m. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Nadine Kovacs 153 (491 J; Kendra terrneyer 263 Par Hamijk 19; Ron Grelzmger 300 Jol 269 (51 Kim Kovati 214 Les Erickson 215 Bil o-Jd 328; Baden Pilling 220; Davit 'ilks 217. JUNIORS SHOP Elaine Krown 241, Shirfey Pelra 66 Nina Slndllnger 255 Helen We els aw, Ev CouKs 240, Pi ip 266 Mary Moss 261 nd Philadelphia Blazers, with Parent, McKenzie and Sand- erson, go against New England Whalers in Boston. All teams will have seen ac tion after Friday night when Houston meets the Sharks in Los Angeles and Winnipeg vis- its Minnesota. Other Frida) games have New England a Philadelphia and Alberta ai Quebec. Tonight's opener in Ottawa was to be one ot six games to he televised this season on the PHILADELPHIA (AP) U.S. District Judge Leon Hig- ;inbotham is expected to de- Mikita has been the key. Whether it has been Ihe ab- sence of Bobby Hull, who took S2 million and went to Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Asso- ciation; the tour with Team Canada or the fact he has had o assume team leadership, the iltle Czech has been playing with a dash which helped him vin four NHL scoring titles in the ISCOs. "I feel said the 14- year veteran, who has been plagued with back miseries in recent years. "I did some ex ercises which helped and really extended myself working with Team Canada. "Everybody was working so hard to get in shape for tin Russians that I bad lo keep i pace and now find myself in great condition. "And I've got the confidenci again with the puck. I don' care how long you play, ther T cide before Thursrtav night llmes re afrald to vhether ex-Boston Bruins star John McKenzie will he able to jlay and coach for Philadeiphia Jlazers of the new World rfockey Association. The Blazers open their season Thursday in Boston against Vew England Whalers. Judge Higguibotham indicated in court Monday that he would have the issue sell led by Ihen. A spokesman for his office said decision would be handed down today at the earliest. McKenzie's suil is againsl Philadelphia Flyers of the Na- lional Hockey League, who bought his contract from the Bruins during the summer. The suit is at the centre of a wide-1 ranging legal feud between the WHA ajid the NHL. I The Blazers and McKenzie are asking the court lo rule that the NHL's so-called "re- (lie puck thinking yon imgl make a mistake." Cliff Koroll will attest lo tha Mikita has picked up four as sists while linemate Koroll, wh has had slow starts Ihe last rw seasons, has scored three goal "Stan's working so hard an playing so well there's no rca Short sport DKNVER WANTS IN DENVER (AP) Denver Spurs ot the Western Hockey League said Tuesday they have filed an application for a Na- tional Hockey League franchise for Denver. Spurs President Ivan Mulenix said the application fee was sent to NHL headquarters along with the formal request. YOUNG EVERT QUALIFIES BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) Jeanne 15-year-old sister of teen age sensation Chris Evert, qualified for the champ- ionship round of (he tennis championship Tuesd a y with a 64, 6-4 victory over Jill Cooper of Britain in final pre- liminary play. ALI FACES FOSTER SATELINE, Nev. CAP) Former heavyweight champion Muhammad All and light heavyweight Bob Foster will sign contracts here Thursday for a Nov. 21 fight, It was re- ported Tuesday. CBC national network. Starting i serve clause" violates federal lime is 6 p.m. sharp. anti-trust laws. Judge Higginbo- (ham said he would not refrain from using anti-trust laws in DELAYS RACE NEW YORK (AP) A smok- j deciding the case, despite tbe ev fire in the grandstand delay- j recent U.S. Supreme Court de-' pel racing for sr> minutes Tues- in the Curt Flood case day at Uclmont Park race-' that exampted professional track. isro one was injired. j baseball from anti-trust rules. Hooped 18 points By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS It can hardly be called con- clusive yet, but so far Hie Big E Experiment is working out just fine lor Baltimore linllcLs. ICIvin Hayes, acquired by Baltimore in Ihe off-season, scored 18 poinls. grabbed rebounds mid blocked six shots, leaving Ihe Bullets lo a victory over Cleveland Cnv- aliers as Ihe Nalional Basket- ball Association opened its 27th season Tuesday niglil. In other openers, New York Knicks coastal past Seattle Sn- perSonics 113-M, Chicago Bulls nipped Philadelphia 7Gcrs i and Atlanta Hawks lopped Buf- falo Braves In the mnjor NBA tr. de of (he off-season, Bulleli ship- ped steady forward .lack Mann lo Houston for Hayes, the i moody, mercurial pivolman was the mainstay of the Ilockels franchise. Unscld, meanwhile, did i a strong jot) al forward, scoring 15 poinls and pullini' down 15 Bullets .came from the back- rcbounds. i courl. Rich Kinildi, starting in The scoring punch for the I place of holdout Archie Clark. ----------------------------------------I tassed in a career-high 2rj T-i i points, while Phil Chenicr MM'eiliail ImlUlpS chipped in with 20. o The Knicks used a balancer; Sori'Cl 1 easily I ecu-ing atlack-loppcd by Bill Bradlcy's 26 a SALT LAKE CITY (AVI zone pass defence lo whip vleorge Foreman, seeking a Seattle. New York broke Ihe shot at heavyweight champion I flame open with a M-2 spurl Joe Frazic.r, knocked out un-; laic in the first quarter, ranked Tommy Sorrels in Dclinssclicre (allied IS of Hie second round in their for New York, and held Spcn- scheduler! IB-round bout Tues- j ccr Haywood of Seattle to eight day nifihl. points the first three peri- thc fisjht had little action and i ods and 12 for Ihe pame. was widely At the end Bob Weiss and Kennedy cups, papers ami other debris i came off Ihe bench to were thrown by fans into the score 21 points apiece and lead i-jng. Chicago lo victory. Chet Walker Foreman, Ihe No. 2-rankal had 21 poinls for the Hulls hoavyweii'hl contender, pushed Kivd Cartel- netted 22 for Phila his record to 39-0, including 35! dclpliia. kroc'iouls. since lurlling pro' Alhinta topped Buffalo on tin after winning (he heavyweight strength of 31 from UK polt'. ini-diil in the Olynv Hawks' Lou Hudson and 3 i pics. i from I'elc MaravictL SUIT SPECTACULAR IS 20 latest Style DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED SUITS Broken sizes) REG. 69.50 Long as they last DOUBLE KNIT AND ENGLISH ALL WORSTED WOOL SUITS Reg. 99.50 REG., TAIL, STOUT FOR THE BIO MAN 450 SUITS MUST BE CLEARED WJ SPORT JACKETS OFF (Rcgufnr ond Tall) SIEEVEIESS BEITEO SWEATERS SPORT SHIRTS Canada made, pcrnia long ileeve, alE colors. Req. 5.95 Lor.n as Ihey 313 5lh ST. S. BUY-RHE MEN'S ;