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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Octobtr 16, 1974 Bowling banter At Capri Bowl, the women's bowler of the week crown goes to Marlene Bosch who cut loose in Higa's for the season's high single, 364, and an 810 triple... the men's star was John Robertson in AGT who clicked for 353 and a rous- ing 887 triple, 281 pins over his average In YBC Friday action tops among the juniors were Merylen Bunnage with 271 and a 468 double and Kevin Prindle with 262 and 495 bantam leaders were Linda Smith 200 and a 388 double and Greg Paskuski with 183 In In women's league play, Clara Grandberg topped the Pioneer League with. 235 while in Monday Senior Citizens Maggie Oliver paced the group with 258 and 648, Pat Piomp adding a 654 triple Lena Moore had a 299 in Higa's with Judy Plett's 250 tops in Monday Mixed Trudy Newinger was high in Tuesday Coffee with 277 and the week's best inc-Imperial Fashions were Marge Koole with 298 and Betty Hobbs with a 736 triple i'. Helen Weets paced LGC with 260 and 693 with Flo Nyquist leading Canbra Foods with 291 and 718 Other leaders were Gail YBC Jet play, leaders were Dean Hovey with 183 and Brandi Lament with 132 while high in bantams were Don Tinordi with 285 and a 530 double, Tommy Doyle 206 and Kim Tolley 185 and 361 junior senior leaders were Lori Chaki 306 and 677, Brenda Christie 290 and 810, John Craig 297 arid 734 and Bill Todd 287 and 718 in Young Adults Leslie Killins paced the gals with 318, Tom Miklos with 293 and 725 and Kim Kovacs with 293 and 720 leading the guys. Lewiciti with 314 and Lydia Geworsky 292 and 699 in Wednesday Coffee, Pat Henderson 270 in Martinizing, Kalie Pedrini 285 and 686 in Green's Shoes, Betty Tomiyama a 670 triple in JCCA, Sandra Hunt 314 and 792, Eva Benis 309 and 693 and Mary Wishnevski 299 and 712 in NuMode Homes, Fran Harris 300 in Sundquist Construction, Phyllis Patching 267 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Iva Harris 276 in Bankers, Irene Lynde and Agnes McDonald 261 in Doug's, Gall Parks 296 in AGT and Mel Arnatto a 707 triple in Friday Mixed. Earning top honors in men's play were Brian Leishman with 317 and 774, Ed Henderson 302 and 789 and Bill Taylor 325 and 790 in Gordies, Harry Long 258 in Monday Senior Citizens, Menno Drent 301 and 781 in Canbra Foods, Wally Ford 296 in Bankers, Bill Koskoski 329 and 798, Norm Tolley 313 and 812 and John Rempel 320 and 825 in At Holiday Bowl, Ab Paskuski gave the pins a real thumping- in Commercial Men's, coming up with the high single rolled this.year, 403, and finishing with an 823 triple to earn the men's bowler of the week title.. Lois Aucoin stole the show among the gals with 345 and a fine 852 triple in Holiday Village... There were a flock of big outings in CFCN In other men's league play Rollie Jalbert had 319 and Morgan Sparks 327 and 797 in Knights of Columbus with Darwin Romanchuk topping Bendix with 350 and 832 Ivan Wills led Automatic Electric with a 702 and Frank Bernhart paced CJOC with 291 and 778 In YBC action for i In women's league action, Bernice Hay's 725 triple was high in Dairy Queen with Karlyn Spitzer sizzling in Ben- dix with 338 and 878, coming back in Speedys with 343 and 787 Lorraine Kirchner with 344 and 786 and Marg Smith with 308 and 742 also shone in Speedys A 270 by Marie Barnett led Eagles Lodge with Wendy Thomp- son's 264 tops in CJOC Maria Jokuty had 281 and 782 in Holiday Village while in Alpine Drywall Marge Malcomson posted 315 and Jen Hegi 300 and 772, Melody Bobinec adding a 285... Janet Green's, Shig Goshinmon 301 and 747, Ken Kamitomo 311 and 730 and Shinob Tanaka 290 and 764 in JCCA, Scotty Muir 266 in Thursday Senior Citizens, George Matchett 319 and 750 and Norm Gyulai 316 arid 767 in Thursday Mixed, Frank Tuttle 343 and 750 in AGT and Ed Sells 287 in Fri- day Mixed. Triples, Ken Larson hitting for 363 and a pinfall of for four, Roy Cunningham Steve Pedersen Norm Tolley Steve Gangur Ed Henderson 348, Les Dyke Ken King 336 and Bob Costanzo 324 and Marvin Higa 308, Darwin Romanchuk 309 and Abbey Weber 307 and and Sam Girardi 335 and r the week, top bantams were Sherry Kolibas with 183 and Victor Hrycyk with 254 with Daren Flexhaug with 254 and Malinda Hamilton with 218 pacing the juniors senior leaders, were Randy Teichroeb with 209 and Kendra Harding with 224. Radtke had the week's high in Civil Service with 295 and 703, Mitz Wooldridge adding a 283. Pacing the pack in CFCN Triples were Dianne Violini with a 998 for four, Alice Kolibas 286 and Karlyn. Spitzer, who had a great week, with 289 and 948... Leaders in Knights of Columbus were Brenda Goodhope with a blaz- ing 364, Dianne Violini 746, Dot Olshaski 291 and 722, Hilda Krocker 299 and Carol Kempenaar 288 Jean Christie pulled off a spare on a headpin split in Alpine Drywall. Jackson scolded OAKLAND (AP) Out- fielder Reggie Jackson of Oakland A's was sharply reprimanded and given a warning by baseball com- missioner Bowie Kuhn Tues- day for his hassle with a sports writer. Jackson accosted 52-year- old Murray Olderman of Newspaper Enterprise Association during the team's workout Monday and cursed him for an article he wrote in a sports magazine. The A's outfielder told Old- erman he didn't ever want to see him in the Oakland club- house again. Joe Reichler, aide to the commissioner, said Kuhn was disturbed over the incident and delegated him to speak to the Oakland star. 1974 CLEARANCE ON ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS TRAILERS, CAMPERS, TRUCK MUST BE SOLD FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON USED TRAILERS and CAMPERS one only 1974 DODGE CLUB CAB Trailer Lou has a Deal tor you aJ TRAVEL CRAFT RENTALS ATO.SOHA Pbom 3Z7-40M Dodgers' Ferguson equals error mark BILL BUCKNER BELTS A HOME RUN Defeat Dodgers 3-2 Oakland takes Series lead OAKLAND Oakland A's don't plan on going back to Los Angeles. "We're a very emotional ball club and we could start said Reggie Jackson after the A's beat Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 Tuesday night and took a 2-1 lead in the World Series. The A's, confident and com- fortable in Oakland Coliseum, can finish off the National League champions'if they win the next two games here, with Ken Holtzman pitching tonight and Vida Blue Thurs- day night. "I know be facing a couple of 20-game A's manager Alvin Dark said of Andy Messersmith and Don Sutton. "But we've got a cou- ple of 20-game winners for them, too Actually, neither Sutton, Holtzman nor Blue won 20 games in 1974, but Dark con- tended: "I consider them all 20-game winning pitchers." The A's have cashed in on all the breaks to beat the Dodgers in the first and third games. "If you make a mistake against a great ball club like us, you're going to get said Jackson. Los Angeles catcher Joe Ferguson, the goat of the game with two errors, agreed with Jackson. "They are definitely a team of Ferguson said of the A's. The first opportunity for Oakland came in the third inn- ing after pitcher Catfish Hunter struck out against Al Downing. Centre fielder Bill North singled sharply to left for his first hit of the series and went to third on Bert Campaneris' ground ball to third baseman Ron Cey. North's aggressive base running paid off for Oakland. After Sal Bando walked on a 3- 2 count, Jackson bounced a ball in front of the plate and Ferguson muffed it, allowing the first run of the game. Joe Rudi then singled-to centre to drive home Bando from se- cond base and the A's had a 2-0 lead for 25-game winner Hunter: Downing walked Dick Green leading off the Oakland fourth, and the A's found a way to get him all the way around. Hunter sacrificed the runner to second and, after North flied to Bill Buckner in left field, Campaneris singled home the A's third one which turned out to be their game-winner. The Dodgers produced solo home runs by Buckner and Willie Crawford in the eighth and ninth innings, but reliable Rollie Fingers preserved Hunter's victory. Hunter was lifted after giv- ing up Buckner's blast in the eighth. _ Left-hander Downing, not as heralded as Hunter, appeared to be a victim of fate. "I don't think he pitched Los Angeles manager Walter Alston said of Dow- ning, who only won five games in 1974. "He was a little wild, but I don't think anyone else could have done any better." But Downing didn't last through the fourth inning. OAKLAND (AP) "I was running fast, had the ball in the webbing of my glove and when I squeezed, it popped explained a disconsolate Joe Ferguson of Los Angeles Dodgers. The catcher's error came in the third inning Tuesday of the third game of the .World Series. Reggie Jackson's bouncer in front of the plate with two out led to a pair of unearned Oakland runs and the A's went on to beat the Dodgers 3-2. Ferguson, a hero in both of the first two games, com- mitted another error in the fourth a World Series record for most errors by a catcher in one game. On that play, a throw from centre fielder Jimmy Wynn skipped to the plate, and Ferguson explained: "I just dived after the ball trying to stop it. "They still haven't really beaten added Ferguson, even though the A's hold a 2-1 advantage in games in the best-of-seven series. "We've beaten ourselves. Jim Hunter (the winning pitcher Tuesday night) is good, but he had some luck behind him." Ferguson and the other Dodgers, plus manager Walter Alston, referred to line drives that were hit right at Oakland winding up in costly double plays. When newspaper men sug- gested the Dodgers hadn't been hitting the ball well, Alston retorted: "You must not have watched the same game I did. "I just hope they hit as well tomorrow night "We were hitting some good line said outfielder Bill Buckner, who got the Dodgers on the Scoreboard with a home run in the eighth. "I hit a fast ball that was up." He drove a Catfish Hunter pitch far over the right-field fence, sending Oakland's 25- game winner to the showers. Just before Buckner batted, Davey Lopes had driven centre fielder Bill North far back for his long fly. "He must be a good pitcher to win 20 games every year, but it will take more than one game like this to convince said Buckner. Starting pitcher Al Downing of the Dodgers kept getting behind batters in the early in- nings, the count frequently go- ing 2-0 and 3-0 before he'd get a strike. "Al didn't want to give in to the said Ferguson. "The way he started the game, I thought he was going to pitch a good game. All season long he hasn't gotten the breaks." Box Score OAKLAND 3, LOS ANGELES 2 LOS ANGELES AB R HRBI Lopes 2B 3 020 Buckner 1F .4 1 1 V Wynn CF 4 0 1 0 GarveylB 4 0 1 0 Crawford RF :.....4 1 1 1 Ferguson C 3 0 0 0 AuerbackPR 0 0 0 0 CeySB ...4 0 0 0 Russell SS 4 010 -Downing P .1 0 0 0 Brewer P 0 000 LacyPH 10 0 0 HoughP 0 000 Joshua PH 1 000 Marshall P 0 0 0 0 Total 33 2 7 2 OAKLAND AB R H RBI North CF 4 1 1-0 Campaneris SS :.4 0 2 1 Bando 3B 3 1 0 0 Jackson RF 3 0 0 0 C- Washington RF 0 0 0 0 RudMF 40 1 1 TenacelB.... 2 0 10 H.Washington PR....... 0 000 HolflB 0 000 Fosse C 4 000 Green 2B 3 1 0 0 Hunter P 2 0 0 0 Fingers P 0 0' 0 0 Total.............. 29 352 Los Angeles 000 000 Oakland 002 100 3 E Ferguson 2. Green, Cam- paneris. DP Oakland 3. LOB Los Angeles 6, Oakland 8. 2B Cam- paneris. HR Buckner (1 Crawford SB Lopes Jackson. S Hunter. PITCHING IP H R ER Downing L. 0-1 3% 4 3 1 Brewer 1A 0 0 0 Hough ...2 0 0 0 Marshall 2 1 0 0 HunterW, 1-0 511 Fingers ____ L 1% 211 WORLD SERIES W Oakland ...2 Los Angeles 1 2 L 1 Pet .667 .333 Canadians continue to have problems THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Canadiens can't seem to get on the winning track, even with a change in goalies, a 39-29 advantage in shots and a supposedly weak opponent such as New York Islanders. The Canadiens, who manag- ed only ties in their first two National Hockey League season games, including one against the Islanders, went into Uniondale, N.Y., Tuesday night and came away on the short end of a 6-3 score. Montreal switched from Ken Dryden to-Bunny Laroc- que and outshot the Islanders by that 39-29 margin, but New York, led by Denis Potvin's two goals, stormed to a 3-0 lead, allowed the Canadiens to catch up and then banged in another three. In other NHL action, the ex- pansion Washington Capitals earned their first point of the season in their home opener with a 1-1 tie against the sur- prising Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks earned their first win of the season with a 6-4 decision over the Blues at St. Louts. The unbeaten Islanders now lead Division 1 with five points in three games while cross-town rival Rangers trail the division with only two points in two games. SHARE LEAD St. Louis and the Canucks now share Use Division 2 lead while Los Angeles, playing its first four games on the road, leads Division 3 with six points. "Six points is good for four games on the said coach Bob Pulford who takes his club to Toronto for a game against the Maple Leafs, Division 4 leaders, tonight before the Kings final- ly head home. Goalie Ron Low stopped 33 shots, including 16 in the third period to preserve the tie for the Capitals who opened before a Washington crowd of 8.093. At St. Louis, Dennis Reams and Paulin Bordeleau scored power-play goals midway in the third period to overcome a 4-3 St. Louis lead and new- comer Gary Monahan, ac- quired in a Monday trade from Toronto, added another goal to clinch the Vancouver win. Dennis Ververgaert and Brian Ogilvie of the Blues each scored twice Tonight, winless Boston Bruins visit Chicago Black Hawks, Atlanta Flames meet the Red Wings in Detroit, California Seals visit New York Rangers, Los Angeles is at Toronto and Vancouver moves on to meet Minnesota North Stars! Peter Liske goes to Lions VANCOUVER (CP) Peter Liske will be in the lineup here Saturday when B.C. Lions face Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Lions said Tuesday in announcing a western football conference trade bringing the veteran quarterback from Calgary Stampeders. Liske went to British Columbia Lions for backup quarterback Karl Douglas and Canadian tight end Henry Sovio. Calgary General Manager Gary Hobson told a news conference that the Western Football Conference trade included a "future con- sideraUon" from the Lions. He said the veteran "does not fit into our rebuilding plan." BY THE TIME VOLVO GETS OUT INTO THE WORLD, THE WORST IS OVER. Before a Volvo ever so much as bumps bumpers with another car, we slammed dozens of Volvos into a concrete wall. These crash tests helped us develop a front end that's designed to absorb a fifty mile per hour barrier collisioa Before a Volvo will ever have to stop short on the highway, we disconnected a complete set of brakes on a fully-loaded Volvo and accelerated it to sixty miles per hour. It still stopped More sport Pages 31, 32 quickly, Decause every Volvo has two independent sets of three-wheel disc brakes. (If one should ever fail, the other still gives you about 80% of your braking power.) 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