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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD October 22, 1974 DID YOU The fl to davexcur8ion fares are back- KNOW Use the above fare and save For information and bookings ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAQB MALL PHONE 928.1144 Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Jean Passey stole the spotlight and earned bowler of the week honors with a pair of sparkling efforts she reeled off 349 and 819 in Dairy Queen, com- ing back with a 334 and 978 for four games in CFCN Triples Gary Lohouis led the men with 341 and 819 in Commer- cial-Men's, 163 pins over his average... there were a flock In other men's action, Joe Samuels paced Bendix with 328 and Tom Pratt's 302 and 761 was high in Simpsons Sears Bill Billings led Alcon with 320 and 782 while in Thursday Golden Age Harry Chapman had 288 and 751 and Matt Bernhart 285 and 729... Joe Martin's 301 and a 301 by Wayne Montgomery were high in Civil Service while in CPR the week's best were George Matchett i In women's league action, Adella Besseling starred in Young Adults with 337 and 757, Linda Malcomson adding a 763 triple... In Knights of Colum- bus it was Shirley Hertlein with 304 and Joan Brown 299.. Other pace-setters for the week were Marge Mclaughlin a 741 triple in Dairy Queen, Irene Chiste 290 and 721 and Jeanette Smeed a 779 in Speedys, Roxanne Carney 290 in Holiday Village, Norah Hof- At Capri Bowl, the women's bowler of the week crown goes to steady Masa Goshin- mon, off to one of her best starts yet... she spanked the pins for 346 and an 842 triple in JCCA while the men's bowler of the week honors went to Tom Baker who hit the heights in Green's Shoes with 385 and an 856 triple Also in Green's, Norm Tolley roll- ed 306 and 804 and John Rempel 317... In other men's action Henry Bechthold paced In women's league play, high in NuMode Homes was Marge McLaughlin with 284 and 712, Jessie MacDonald had a 283 in Thursday Senior Citizens, Chris Guenther posted a 304 and Maggie Oliver 290 in Doug's with Vi Smith's 271 tops in Friday Mixed Verdelle Lalonde's 320 led Monday Mixed with Leona Klies tops in Tuesday Coffee with 296... Leaders in Imperial Fashions were Pat Plomp 317 and 787, Miriam i Along the YBC front, leading the junior-senior sec- tion were Brian Kanewischer with 285, Bill Todd 284 and 746, Cindy Pedrini 254 and 647, Sandra Hamilton 249, Tom Miklos 225, Merylen Bunnage 221 and a 405 double and Brian Rossetti 211... Leading ban- tams were Terry Givens 308 and 781 and Helen Weets a 734 triple Others heading the list were Janet Jankowiak with 296 in Canbra Foods, Cheryl Fleming 278 and 723 in Wednesday Coffee, Marie Oseen 292 and 717 and Karen Carney 766 in Mar- tinizing, Brett Townsend a 745 in Winston Churchill, Jean Christie 327 and 768 in Green's, Sumi Medoruma 732 in JCCA and Marie Smith 297 and 738 in Sundquist Construc- tion. Kirschenman 210 and 402, Mark Sharun 202, Lawrena Kreutz 208 and Sandra Ferguson 202, with the Jets paced by Dean Hovey 171, Bruce Harvey 165 and Sonya Decaire 136 In Young Adults John Jardine had 295 and 729, BUI Todd adding 288. Cougars dump Flin Flon FUN FLON, Man. (CP) Rick Martin and Peter Morris scored two goals apiece in the first period and each collected an assist later to lead Victoria Cougars to a 7-3 win over Flin Flon Bombers in a Western Canada Hockey League game Monday night before fans. The Cougars peppered Flin Flon goalie Dale Hideout with 46 shots as they compiled period leads of 44) and 6-1 en route to their win. Bob Leslie stopped 34 shots for Victoria. Mel Bridgman, Rick Lapointe and Jim Gustafson also scored for Victoria. Flin Flon marksmen were Mark Davidson, Louis Gardner and Earl RobUlard. The Cougars also dominated in penalties, 'taking 10 of 17 minors and the game's only misconduct Each team was assessed four majors. Herald Sports of other big outings in Commercial Men's, Bob Costanzo posting 320 and 879, Rick Barva 319 and 769, Steve Pedersen 341 and 819, Reg Ar- nold an 805 triple, Terry Pocza 306 and 766, Rollie Jalbert 333 and 776, Lino Chiste an 814 triple, Tony Bogusky 317 and 876, Ken King 310 and an 806 with Bernie Bailey adding a 309. with 331 and a fine 868 triple and Vaughan Tennant 315 and 761... Randy Tremel had a 255 and 430 dou- ble in YBC bantams Big guns in .CFCN Triples were Steve Saler 314 and a pinf all of for four games, Jim Malcomson Ken Kurtz 307 and Ken Larson 334 and Norm Tolley Jack Smeed 337 and Al Smith 313 and Les Dyke 323 and Dave Smeed 056 and Roy Cunningham 319. forth 264 in Thursday Golden Age, Eleanor Fenton 312 and 732 in CJOC, Dianne Violini 361 and for four in CFCN Triples, also highlighted by a 969 by Jeanette Smeed and 346. by Shirley Alexander, Lit Kempenaar 282 in Alpine Drywall, Sandra Wittig 280 in Civil Service, Marie Barnett a 715 triple in Eagles, Flora Donate 276 in Automatic Electric and Dianne Vaselenak' 226 in YBC ban- tams. Thursday Senior Citizens with 273 and 699, John Robertson had 287 and 723 in AGT while in Friday Mixed youthful Merylen Bunnage clicked for 329 and 841 and Gord Tanaka 313 and 822 Other leaders were Rick Barva with 335 and 793 and Joe Tollin 307 in Mon- day Mixed, Ed Henderson 308 and 780, Vince Dagnone an 838 triple and Bob Thompson 801 in Gordie's and Stu Nyquist 295 in Canbra Foods. Off his feet Muhammad Ali, right, leaves his feet during a sparring session Monday in preparation for his title fight with George Foreman, Oct. 29. Only one goal, but Dionne leads NHL point-getters MONTREAL (CP) Marcel Dionne, recently- elected captain of Detroit Red Wings, appears to be following hockey theory that a centre is primarily a playmaker. 23-year-old native of Drummondville, Que., is the National Hockey League's top point-getter in statistics released by the league Mon- day. He has 12 points in the Wings' first five games, but only one of them is a goal. Dionne's league leading assist total of 11 includes five he picked up during Detroit's 7-3 win against California Seals Oct. 13. In 1970-71, when defenceman Bobby Orr of Boston Bruins set the assist record of 102 for one season, he had only three after five games. Dionne, the Wings' first choice in the 1971 amateur draft, has compiled more points in his first three seasons in the NHL than any other player in a similar points. That total includes 93 goals and 164 assists in 234 games. He led Detroit in scoring last season with 78 points, one more than right winger Mickey Redmond, and had 90 in 1972-73 three fewer than Redmond last season. Redmond also is of f to a fast start for the Wings with seven goals, the league lead in that department. He appears well on his way to his .third straight 50-goal season. Redmond had 51 goals last season and 52 two seasons ago. Right winger Yvan Cour- noyer of Montreal Canadiens is second in the individual scoring race with 10 points on five goals and five assists. Redmond shares third place with Gilbert Perreault and Don Luce of Buffalo Sabres, Jim Pappin of Chicago Black Hawks, Montreal's Pete Mahovlich and Andre boudrias of Vancouver Canucks. All have nine points. Boudrias is second to Dionne in assists with nine. Centre Phil Esposito of the Bruins, leading scorer for the last four seasons, is tied with six other players for ninth with eight points each. LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level Ttti MMI PhOM (403) HOMEAND OFFICE SAFES Running backs dominate early awards nominations MONTREAL (CP) Four Canadian Football League running backs were among nine players nominated in first-round balloting for the annual outstanding player award, it -was announced today. The nine players were among 40 named as possible recipients of the five awards sponsored annually by Schenley Distilleries Ltd. Two of the nine were nominated in more than one category. Voting was conducted among'96 sports writers and broadcasters in the nine CFL cities.' Nominated for the out- standing player the Eastern Football Conference were running backs Johnny Rodgers of Montreal Alouettes and Andy Hopkins of Hamilton Tiger Cats, tight ends Peter Muller of Toronto Argonauts and Rhome Nixon of Ottawa> Rough Riders. Rodgers was chosen as rookie of the year in 1973, while Muller also received a nomination this year as Cana- dian player of the year. Won't go distance says Ali NEW YORK (AP) Claiming that world heavyweight champion George Foreman is "do- ing everything to duck out of this challenger Muhammad Ali predicted Monday that the scheduled 15- round title bout Oct.-29 "will not go the full dis- tance." Ali appeared at a news conference originating from a tele- vision studio in Kinshasa, Zaire. It was shown in a New York studio where reporters were able to ask questions. Foreman did not at- tend the news conference, but sent a sparring partner, Henry Clark, to represent him. "I predict the fight will not go the full dis- Ali said. "Ill stop this man on either bruises and cuts or whip him so bad he won't be able to continue. But I'm not going to put myself on the spot and pick a round." Nominated from the Western Football Conference for the outstanding player award were quarterback Tom Wilkinson of Edmonton Eskimos, fullback George Reed of Saskatchewan Roughriders, running back Lou Harris of British Colum- bia Lions, defensive halfback Paul Williams of Winnipeg Blue Bombers and defensive tackle John Helton of Calgary Stampeders. Reed, top ground-gainer in pro football with more than eight miles rushing, is a former winner, while Helton also was a nominee in one of the two new categories this player, of the year. First-round balloting results in the selection of five players from each club for the five dif- .fe.rent categories. Second- round voting, with results to be announced Oct. 31, reduces the nominees to from the EFC and five from the WFC. Nominated in new out- standing-offensive-lineman category were: Ed George, year's runner- up for the old lineman-of-the- year prize; Ottawa's Charlie Brandon; Noah Jackson of the Argonauts; Hamilton's Ed Chalupka; Bob Swift of Win- nipeg; Ralph Galloway of Saskatchewan; Harold Holton of a rookie nominee, Larry Watkins of Edmonton; and Curtis Wester of the Lions. Defensive player-of-the- year nominees were: Mike Widger, Montreal; Wayne Smith, Ottawa; Sam Cvi- janovich, Toronto, also a rookie nominee; Hamilton's Fred Grambau; Jim Heighten, Winnipeg, also nominated for outstanding Canadian; George Wells, Saskatchewan; John Helton, Calgary; John LaGrone, Edmonton; and Garret Hunsperger, B.C. Canadian player-of-the-year nominees, were: Larry Smith, Montreal; Jim Foley, Ot- tawa; Peter Muller, Toronto; Tony Gabriel, Hamilton; Jim Heighten, Winnipeg; Lome Richardson, Saskatchewan last year's runner up to Rodgers for top rookie honors; Rudy Linterman, Calgary; Gary Lefebvre, Ed- monton, and Slade Willis, B.C. Rookie-of-the-year nom- inees were: Ian Mofford, Montreal; Peter Crepin, Ot- tawa; Sam Cvijanovich, Toronto; George Campbell, Hamilton; Tom Scott, Win-' nipeg; Ken McEachern, Saskatchewan; Harold Holton, Calgary; Stuart Lang, Edmonton; and Elton Brown of the Lions. The 10 finalists will travel to Vancouver during Grey Cup week with the final decision in all categories announced Nov. 21, three days before the na- tional championship game. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA Division W L T f 5 Brandon Saskatoon Lethbndge Regina Winnipeg FBn Flon A 2 41 30 12 1 44 32 11 1 29 29 7 1 35 43 7 3 28 35 7 2 33 50 6 Roundup of bowling scores 1974 CLEARANCE ON ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS TRAILERS, CAMPERS, TRUCK MUST BE SOLD FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON USED TRAILERS and CAMPERS ont only 1974 DODGE CLUB CAB Lou has a Deal for You aJ TRAVEL CRAFT SWISS RENTALS South HOUDAY BOWL ALPINE DRVWALL PAINTING Ul Kempenaar 282. Mary Blair Peggy Forty 243: Margaret Seefried 249. Jean Christie 247. Bunny Anderson 239: Ruby Oseen 237; Jo- Anne Hegi 235: Jen Hegi 234. Marian Tinstey 228. Rose Croptey 225 C.P.R. Geo Matchett 331 Reid Anderson 285: Janice Johnson 266. Ernie Haustey 256. Dennis Todd 230. Frank Szpulak 223: Bob Sinclair 234: Vaughn Lermant 315 Alma WUhams 246 Rip Oberg 251: Ortey Cemey 245: John Morris 217. UNIVERSITY OF LETHHUOQE Dennis Smith 252: Roy Cun- ningham 280: Sand) Teteris 225: Linda MarshaS 230. Eugene Yamada 249 CIVIL SERVICE LEAGUE Sandra wmig 280: Janet Radfte 264. Mary Hryniuk 257. Edith Vofh 259. Mary Zimmer 271. Wendy FarreD 263. Jim Martin 301. Wayne Montgomery 301: Don FarreU 268: LyJe Smyfce 250: Bart Laugenburg 253, Bon 281 YOUNG David urban 293 Darwin 2S4 Mnda Maioomson 30B Rudy 237. Ferrol Sinclair 255: JJm Malcomson 253. Brerrt Chambers 223. Janyce Wesflmg 203. Nea1 WsWkawa 223. AdeTia Sssseilng 207 HOLIDAY INN John Fellows 201. Frand (Classen 218. Sob 243 YJB.C. 0ANTAMS QINLS Dianne VaselenaV 226 Laura Peterson 144. Belty Arm Pffl 134. Oorma Turner 134, Cnarmen McKfflop 134 Barbie Cosumzo 153. Mary Lou Donate 111, Trina Johnson 105. leanne Cnanda 100: Shatma Moss 103 YJLC. BANTAM TOYS Raymond Brown 184. Trent Laurte Boss Anflreaetnft 145. Randy Tremel 255. Darcy FJexhaug 151. Warren Jves 150 Donald TantgucfM 173 Kfrby Nttrtftawa 149. Victor 138, ten McMurray 114 Y.n C. JUNIORS Kendra Harding 226: Terry Hamilton 208. Darryi Bailey 220; Rick Link 192; Tracy Sinclair 191. John Gardm 192. COMMERCIAL MEN Steve Pedersen 341 Gary Lohouis 341 Bob Costanzo 320 Rick Barva 319: Francis Higa 317 Tony Bogusky 312; Bernie Bailey 309: RoOie Jalbert 333. Terry Pocza 306. Al Smith 302; Ken King KNIGHTS OF COUMMUS Shirley Hertlein 304: Rnea Beekman 269: Barb Angyal 262; Lindsay Hamabata 243: Its Tanaka 280: Shinob Tanaka 274 John Lacey 250. Lou Owttette 267 Carol Had 246. VJoBnJ 272 Brenda Goodhope 269 Joan Brown 299 HOUDAY VILLAGE Roxanne Carney 290 Doreen Wilson 270: Shirley Plontke 269; Laurel Btasett 258 Lois Aucoin 255 Dena Smith 255; Erma McGutre 247; Kay Davidson 244. Alma Tolley 246: Sandra StotearcSus 247. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Flora Donate 276. Debbie Welts 267, Debbie Barton 263. Wells 219. Wills 210. Lydla Wilson 210 VASA LODGE Doug Hegiand 270. Qeve McLean 281. Don McLean 275. Ruby Oseen 251. Carol 243. Gunner MolJe 244. Hilda Blanch) 228: Arvld Owen 224 ALCON REFRIGERATION Sfll Bfllings 320 Rogan Sinclair 246. Barb Mafkus 247. Mel Perry 238, Olclc MwtWenson 286, Dermts Hurst 256. Gordon Morcom 234. Kartn Marthtonson 226 EAGLES Marie Bametl 259 Cyrtl Bamm 246. Joyce Marsden 252. Maty Noss 242, KaJhy Ludwlg 246. George Maidhen 256. Katie Frecfca 230. Ev Groves 231 QOLOCN AQE Malt Berrthart 285 Ted Ward 283, Minnie Petrte 231. Hooforth 264 Harry Chapman 288 Vina Koenen 216. Charles Ober 233. Harry Long 213. Arie Koote 211. AH Bell 239. Fred Smeed 2S2. CMC Jock Mulgrew 272. Frank Bernhart 255 Reg Arnold 267 Tom Woods 273. Jim Mori! 2S9. Eleanor Fenton 312 Katie Bernhart 266. Alice Gter 254. Dot Miyashiro 277. Connie Baceda 274 CFCN TRIPLES Ken Larson 334 Jean Passey 334 Jack Smeed 337 Fred Milner 338 Dianne Violin) 361 Shirley Alexander 346. Les Dyke 323 Sieve Sater 314 (10381. Ken Kurtz 307 Sam Girardi 303 (996) MORNING COFFEE Chns Burwash 260 Manon Krewusft 275 EHrieda Wiens 275 Nota Simmons 257. Unda AspesteJ 240 Cheryl Fleming 276 Bemice Pavan 263 Judy Long 240. Betty Zsovan 240. Beny Martin 236 (682) ONE HOUR MARTTNaiNO Mary Nicolson 260. Judy Tamayose 255. Slgrld Donkin 265 Marie Oseen 292 SaBy Trone 283 Karen Carney 280 Mary EJIen Johnson 256. Marg Sentveau 271 Marg Dyck 266. WINSTON CHURCHILL Adella 204. Gordon Besseling 204 Brefl Townsend 265 Murray Wcfcers 245 Otb- We Perstrter 202 OREOTS SHOES John Hempen 317 Joan Jones 245 (675) Norm Toller 306 Isabel Bergman 285 Carol Bailey 277. Ray MacDonald 280 Tom Baker 385 Trone 237. Gladys Armour 269. Tom Hacknwm297 CAPRI Sandra Barrows 252, Maggie Oliver 251. (rene Lynda 261, Agnes McDonald 261; Unda UsdwJcz 244, Marflyn Moftoe 2SO: Audrey Herman 241, CMs Goenther 240; Dianne ParascMk 243, Mary Mlooteon 239 SCHOOLS JUNIORS Tom Miklos 174; Kim Masson 209; Merylen Bunnage 271 Brad Kirschenman 224; Mark Retzinger 201: Danny Sudo 187; Brian Rossetti 182. Kevin Prindte 262 BANTAMS Mark Sharun 175: Brian Kenwood 169; Greg Paskuski 183: Jim Okamura 167; Geof Paskuski 172; Ronnie Braun 152: Unda Smith 200 A.Q.T. John Robertson 323 Frank Tuttte 343 Ken RoBag 252; Ken Pinchax 256: Dick Wens 255: Unda Aspeslet 255: GaS Parks 296: Mavis Tuttte 257; Maureen Vaykovidi 252 Chris Efl 235: Dianne Matchow 230 FRIDAY MIXED John Reedyk 235: Joseph Beresnak 264. Joe Beresnak 251; Rudi Seltenhammer 246. Charley KMy 240: Mortey RWhardson 256; Ed Sells 287: Ron GtMZlnger 263: Meryto Bunnage 254; Met Amaflo 267 Linda Hovey 258 Inge SeUenhammer 224 YOUNG ADULTS LEAGUE John-Jardine 295 Garry Lohuls 273. Sfll Todd 288: Mike Sharun 275, Belinda McDonald 204. Cindy PedrJnt 233 YJLC. JET GIRLS Carofin Woodman 113. Joanne Mutter 110, Sonya OeCWre 104, Brand! 132, Nancy Ferguson 117. Kelly Kreutz 98. Sherry ErJendson 131 YJJXC. BANTAM MRLS Paiti 166, Laurie WtthneviiW 181. Cara Coulter 175: Cathy Hamilton 166; Cindy McCurdy 1S9. Judy McKay 161. Kim Tofley 185 Kim Vender Hertde 155; Sandra 165 YAC. JUNIOR AND SENIOR Marty SWgeWro 258 Mike GerJa 280 Mike ToOey 234. Jorro Craig 297 Bffl Todd 287 Robert Mffler 253, Srenda CWSSe 290 Lor) CTWW 308 Pum VfrosMk 222; Kathy Lodge 231. wMtMit DnrtMOfi Medicine Hat 6 1 1 34 23 13 Victoria 4 3 2 35 30 10 Edmonton 4 2 1 34 26 9 New West .3 4 2 34 30 8 Kamloops 2 4 0 23 21 4 Calgary 0 6 2 22 43 2 VICTORIA 7 FUN FLON First period 1 Victoria, Martin (Gustafson, Peter) 6-37; 2 Victoria, Morris (Smith, Bridgman) 12-45; 3 Victoria, Morris (Bridgman, Williams) 17-35; 4 Victoria, Martin (Williams. Fraser) 19.15 Penalties Do'rman F, Bowles V (minors, majors) 2-33; Williams V 8.20, Cairns V (miscon- duct) 11.17. Kehoe F. Miazga V (ma- jors) 15-50; Robillard F 1609. Second period 5. Victoria, Bridgman (Morris. Lucas) 6 Flin Flon, M Davidson (Gossdan, McDill) 2.38. 7. Victoria. Lapointe (Gustafson, Peter) 10-10 Penalties M. Davidson F 6.16. Smith V 9-42; Bowles V 1535: Fraser v 19.19. Third period 8. Flin Flon, Gardner (Culten. B Davidson) 9. Victoria. Gustafson (Martin) 4-53; 10 Flin Flon. Robillard (Gosselan. McDill) Penalties Dorman F. Roberts V (minors, majors) 1.46: Williams V Bridges F. Nicholson V (minors. majors) Williams V 13.39: Roberts V 15.03. M. Davidson F Sootft on QOA! by Victoria 18 17 11-46 Flin Fton 8 12 Goal Leslie. Victoria. Hideout Bin Fton. Attendance 1.152. NY Rangers. Vancouver Chicago St. Louis Minnesota Kan City 1 24 14 1 18 16 1 18 16 2 -19 17 0 20 11 1 17 18 1 10 13 0 8 22 3 g al' 1 4 1 DMato 3 i .2 2 tia 2 1 2 1 3 1 24 25 16 22 18 16 7 7 5 4 ALftERTA JUNIOR W L Calgary....... 8 2 Red Deer...... 6 4 DrumheOer ..54 Grove 5 2 Taber ..37 The Pass.....0 8 T F A PIS 0 75 36 16 0 42 41 12 0 38 48 10 0 42 29 10 0 61 62 6 0 23 65 0 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Division 1 W L T F A PIS Phila 3 2 21 17 NY Islanders 3 1 Atlanta 3 2 2 2 Division 2 .....3 1 3 3 .2 2 1 3 .0 5 Division 3 LA. 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