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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD TuMday. October 23, 1973 1974 CRUI9B TO 10th ANNUAL COMMONWEALTH QAMES Auitrlt Jin. 11, Htm ZMlind Ith Prlctd from 11620 00 fv (shirlng) For complete Intarmillon and bookings eonuei. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL___________________PHONE 3M-33Q1 Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Bruce McKillop nabbed the men's bowler-of-the-week title with a solid effort in Commercial Men's he hit for an 852 tri- ple and a 361 single, 231 pins over his 207 average Dianne Violini who has been one of Lethbridge's standout bowlers for years took the women s honors with a great four-game performance in In Automatic Electric, the week s leaders were Debbie Barton 273 and Frank Donato 263 while in Alcan Heating the leaders were Ehas Sawilla with 281 and 699 and Marianne Barrmgton 283 The week's best in Holiday Village Ladies were Renati Walster with 306 and 692 Shirley Plontke 288 and 706 and Irene Lynde with 274 and in Chinook Beverages it was Danny Christie 282, Dennis Huerst 282 and Joan Christie 247 Bob Hanson s 278 and 679 led the men in Vasa Lodge with Bea Han- The big guns boomed in Classic Triples Besides Dianne Violini s starry perfor mance Reg Arnold came up with 357 and a four-game pin- fall of 1127 Al Smith 333 and 1136 Elias Sawilla 319 and Kim 313 and 1 095 Jean Chn le had 335 and with Jeanette Smeed adding 286 and Karlyn Spitzer 278 High in Civil Servants were Lyle Smyke 319 and 730 Duke Helgenon 274, Agnes Sinclair 301 and 687 and Mel Amatto with a 666 triple Ernie Frache s 280 and Brent At Capri Bowl Linda Aspeslet took the laurels as the women s bowler-of-the- week bowling in Morning Coffee with an average of 175 she rolled 260 197 and 330 for a 787 Morgan Sparks got the nod among the men with an excellent effort m Knights of Columbus sporting an average of 212 he popped the pins for 293 269 269 for an 831 triple his 831 triple is the new season high IN KC other new highs for the year YBC play for the week was highlighted by Craig Ellis with 225 and Lee Ann Tunstall with 193 in Jets Mark Witwicki 220, Darren Swaren 220 and Pam Shigehiro 215 and 204 in bantams Mike Gerla 270 Darryl Bailey 280 and In men's league play, the stars of the week were Vaughan Tennant with 301 in Senior Citizens, Morgan Sparks with 293 and 831, Joe Heathcote 304 Wiley Hertlein 326, Lindsay Hamabata 323 and Its Tanaka 305 in Knights of Columbus Tak Katakami 328 and 776 Kim Kovacs 348, Norm Gyulai 365 and 802, Sam Girardi 318 and 796 and Jack Smeed with an 817 triple in Gordie's Ken Kurtz paced LCCA with 319 and 835 while in Green's Shoes he came In women's play, Maggie )liver stole the spotlight in itizens with 305 witn lean Beresnak leading Higa's vith 305 Jessie rtacDonald's 286 topped tumors and high in Speedys vere Marilyn Christiansen 13, Jeanette Smeed 280 and 54 and Carol Hall 279 and 751 High in Morning Coffee rere Linda Aspeslet with 330 ind 787, Lois Weir 311 and Liz Iigo 291 while in Martmizing t was Isabelle Bergman 287 nd 787 and Mary Mihalik 288 Parry McDonald 297 in juniors Women s day leagues will start to qualify for the grand challenge next week the south zone final will be held in Medicine Hat Dec 5 and the provincial final in Edmonton Dec 12 right back with a big 375 and 888 triple Sid Pollock add ed 313 and 813 and John Rempel 306 and 777 Gordon Deibert led the Bankers with 298 and Ken Malcomson was high in Henry Homes with 326 and 833 In JCCA Shmob Tanaka led with 302, Jiro Miyagawa adding 299 and Jim Yamada 298 Ken Kurtz rounded out a great week with 288 and 774 in Young Adults, Marvin Higa posting 283 and 751 and Darwin Romanchuk 296 In Green's tops were Dianne Violini 284 and 760 urace Beard 309 Karlyn Spitzer 743 and Jeanette Houtekamer 289 Joyce Marsden led Eagles with 273 and tops in NuMode Homes were Bernice Pavan 290 and Jane Smyke 284 and 743 In Sundquist Dorothy Anderson posted 2% and 802 in Banks Doreen Teichroeb 277, in Henry Homes Jean Passey 269, in JCCA Masa Goshmmon 301 and 826 and in Young Adults Sheila Wasylishen 272 REWARD YOURSELF Now by visiting and thinking of your future re- tirement or summer leisure at British Columbia's finest properties on the north shore of Shuswap Lake Anglemont Estates has a motel, manna, 9 hole golf course, air strip, community lodge, and guest ranch Come share with me via Aircraft or Bus, on Halloween Weekend 2 nights in our lovely motei All transportation, meals and refresh- ments FOR ONLY S40.00PER COUPLE Call BOB PRESTON EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 327-5701 for Rwtrvationt Film Showing. Sunday, October 28 2 p m. t p m WMferntr Room El Rincho Motor Hotel MfrMtanwita wrvM. I raryoM The Herald Sports Classic Triples she rolled games of 249, 243, 314 and 285 for a pmfall of 1 091, an average of 272 for the four games from the looks of it, this could be her best year yet There were some other big games in Commercial Men's as Jack Tremblay posted 386 Ken King 350, Ken Kurtz 340 and 809 and Ken Malcomson 325 and 845 son s 237 high for the gals while in Dept of Agriculture Rod Chernos had a 234 and Lorraine Dorchak 295 Frank Bernhart is rolling right along in Senior Citizens with a fine 241 average with the individual leaders for the week Roy LaValley 261 Jim Arthur 259 Harry Chapman 254 Betty Murtland 252 and Mary Ward 234 John Wecels led CJOC with 285, Dave Muma had 276 and leading the gals were Cheryl Bernhart 297 and Wendy Thompson 282 Chamber s 273 topped the men in Friday Social Sandra Lowe's 255 high for the women In Bendix Jack Brown was high for the men with 259 and Nona Housenga led the women with 278 In Simpsons-Sears the men were led by Ern Davis with 304 and Ed Rossetti 258 and the women by Loretta Kar bonik with 271 and Bernice Hartley with 263 In CPR Vaughan Tennant paced the men with 270 and 750 with Alma Williams the star among the women with a 295 were Maggie Oliver s 309 in Senior Citizens, Carol Hall s 751 triple in Speedys and Marilyn Christiansen s 313 single in the same league Linda Aspeslet s 330 and 787 in Morning Coffee Dot Ander son s 802 in Sundquist Construction Ken Malcom- snn s m and 833 in Henrv Homes Doreen Teichroeb s 679 triple in Bankers and a 310 single by Sumi Medoruma and an 826 triple by Masa Goshmmon in JCCA Beautiful body check Figure skating champion Janet Lynn gets some pointers in checking from Keith Magnussen of the Chicago Black Hawks as they mix a little fun with practice at Chicago Stadium Miss Lynn, who turned professional with Ice Follies will be in action at the Stadium, Nov 6 as the Hawks must hit the trail Familiar names lead scoring race Flames a pleasant surprise MONTREAL (CP) The same familiar names dominate the National Hockey League's individual scoring race today but one of the early season surprises is a team which does not have a player among the top 35 point getters While there is no surprise m the fact that centre Phil Espo- sito and right winger Ken Hodge of Boston Bruins lead the scoring race with 14 points each and that team-rnate Bobby Orr has 11 the early- season performance of Atlanta Flames has raised a few eyebrows In five games so far the sec- ond-year Atlanta team has ac complished three things it didn t do last Montreal Canadiens Boston (5-4) and St Louis (1- 0) The victories against the Blues and the Canadiens were scored by the Flames while on the road with the defeat of the Bruins coming in Atlanta The leading scorer with the Atlanta club is veteran right winger Leon Rochefort with five goals, tying him with Reynald Comeau as team point leader with five each Comeau has one goal and four assists Last season Rochefort had 11 goals in 74 games with Detroit Red Wings and Atlan- ta The strength of the Flames appears to be defence Goaltenders Dan Bouchard and Phil Myre have combined for a goals-agamst average of 2 00, fourth best in the league JOSE AN AMERICAN TULSA Okla born Jose Cardenal, outfielder with Chicago Cubs baseball team, became an American citizen Friday in naturaliza- tion ceremonies Carpet Bouchard in his sophomore year, has allowed only three goals in three games for a per- sonal 1 00 best in the league Myre has given up seven goals in two games Atlanta currently is second in the West Division with World Series records set PHONE 328-2853 mr. steam Carpet Cleaning Ltd. NEW YORK (AP) Eight individual and 13 team records were set during the 1973 World Series between the Edwards may quit DETROIT (AP) The threat of being upstaged by a rookie apparently has caused Detroit Red Wings' goalie Roy Edwards to go into seclusion The Red Wings announced Monday that Edwards has been granted a leave of absence by the National Hockey League club The 36-year-old veteran of 15 seasons in professional hockey told the club he wanted to have some time to 'think things team spokesmen said Edwards was lured out of retirement by Red Wings' general manager Ned Harkness the day before last season opened He turned in an outstanding 52-game per- formance, allowing an average of 2 63 goals a game and tying for the league shutout lead with six But this season he has been playing in the shadow of rookie Doug Grant, the sen- sational goalie who was last season's Player of the Year in the American Hockey League He played college hockey in Newfoundland The Red Wings released a statement quoting Edwards as saying "I have to consider my fam- ily and what they have to sacrifice when I'm playing hockey It was easier when the girls were small (the Edwards have two small daughters) Now it means uprooting them from school for a part of each school year "The extensive travelling keeps me away from them a good part of the time, too "There are many things to consider All in all, I'm starting to feel it's time to hang 'em up Detroit called up Terry Richardson from their Virginia farm club in the American Hockey League to replace Edwards Oakland Athletics and New York Mets, with Oakland relief pitcher Darold Knowles establishing four of the marks Knowles set a record for most games by a pitcher in one series, pitching in all seven games for the A's The seven games were also a record for most games at a fielding position by a pitcher and for most consecutive games by a pitcher in one series He also set a record for most World Series saves, lifetime, four Don Hahn and Jerry Grote of the New York Mets set two records apiece Hahn set a record for most at-bats in one gamp roming to the plate seven times in the second game of the series Oct 14 That was the game won by the Mets 10-7 in 12 innings The seven times at bat were also a record for an extra- inning game Grote had 71 chances in the field, most for a catcher in one series He recorded 67 put outs, also a record for a catcher Gene Tenace of Oakland tied a record set by Babe Ruth by drawing 11 walks in the series Last year, Tenace tied another of Ruth's records, slugging four home runs in the 1972 series against Cincinnati Reggie Jackson of Oakland and Rusty Staub of New York tied the World Series record for most hits in a game, four Jackson had four hits in the 12-mning second game, while despite a torn right out four hits in Game No 4 In addition to the 21 records set, 16 individual records and 10 team records were tied seven points, one fewer than division-leading Philadelphia Flyers Ine Myers eight points are matched by the three teams tied for first place in the East Maple Leafs Boston and Buffalo Sabres But the Flames have scored only 13 goals m five games compared to 29 by Boston 24 by Toronto, 21 by Buffalo and 19 by Philadelphia Atlanta will be out to better that output tonight as the Flames visit Vancouver Ca nucks in one of three games scheduled The other two con- tests have Minnesota North Stars at Toronto and Boston at St Louis SCORING LEADERS Esposilo Bos Hodge Bos Orr Bos Cournoyer Mtl Martin Buf Libett Det Henderson Tor Tkaczuk NY R Ullman Tor Cashman Bos Polis Pgh Redmond Det Lemaire Mtl Johnston Cal Charoon Det Vickers NY R MacLeish Pha Panse Minn SalesKi Pha Berenson Det Boudnas V Fairbairn NY R PerreaUt Buf G LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. 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TYPEWRITERS Boot settles Denver issue Referees meeting With the basketball season, including university, college, high school and commercial, fast approaching the need for officials is once again on the increase Anyone interested in refereeing basketball this season is asked to please be at a meeting Wednesday evening The meeting, set for 7 p m at Lethbridge Community College, Room 60, is open to anyone interested Corndo Santoni, a former director of the referee association in Lethbridge, says that there can never be too many officials LETHBRIDGE CURLING CLUB OPENING STAG Wednesday, Oct. 24th p.m. AT THE CURLING CLUB LOUNGE Members and ol all Men s Leagues invilea to anena DENVER (AP) Denver Broncos, who have died by the field goal twice this season, learned to live with it Monday night as the Jim Turner- George Blanda kicking duel ended in a standoff Turner's third field goal of the second half, a 35-yarder with three seconds to play, en- abled Denver to salvage a 23- 23 tie with the favored Oakland Raiders in a National Football League game Blanda, 46, also had three successful boots, and his final one, from 49 yards out with 36 seconds left, appeared to have won it for the Raiders Denver had lost to San Francisco 36-34 and to Kansas City 16-14 earlier this season on fourth-quarter field goals by the opposition It looked like more of the same until Chadey Johnson moved the Broncos 34 yards on three plays to the Raider 28-yard line setting up Turner's final kick "You can't take anything away from George's kick Turner said "but as soon as he hit it we felt we could get it right back The deadlock dropped the Raiders into a first-place tie with Kansas City in the American Conference's Western Division Both clubs have 3-2-1 records Denver stayed in contention with a 2- 3 1 mark "We still haven't quite turn- ed the corner, but we re right at the corner, said coach John Ralston whose Denver team never has finished above 500 in its 14-year history "Tonight's game had to be uplifting at this time We developed poise and confidence by coming back, first down 20 17, then down 23- 20 After safety Bill Thompson raced 80 yards with an Oakland fumble in the first quarter Denver had to bounce back from a 13-7 Blanda kicked two field goals and Mike Siani hauled in a scoring pass from Ken Stabler in the second quarter The touchdown play covered 80 yards Stabler and wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff picked the Bronco zone defence to pieces Stabler hit on 16 of 24 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns, and Biletnikoff caught eight of them for 116 yards "Biletnikoff is fantastic Ralston said Elks win second The injury-riddled Picture Butte Elks came up with one of their better performances of the 1973 Foothills Football League and scored a hard- fought 15-7 victory over Coaldale Spartans on the weekend The win was the second straight decision for the Elks, who have seven starting players shelved due to in juries Hal Nummi and Michael Oliver racked up a touchdown apiece for the winners while Brian Magyar added a safety touch Walt Zielmski managed a lone major in a losing cause In another league contest Saturday Okotoks outlasted Cardston 53 42 Monte Jasperson led Okotoks' attack with four big majors while Glen MacKay chipped in with a pair Ralph West replied for Cardston with two touchdowns Jeff Lindsay galloped for four touchdowns and paced Claresholm to an easy 46-14 romp over St Mary s Vulcan whipped High River 28-13 behind Brent Smith s two majors Saturday Howard Warren and Mark Stoddard aided with six points apiece while Paul Blayney notched a pair of majors in an losing effort TIRE SPORT SCORES NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE WORLD East Dlvlilon F N NY Western Oak 3 2 Kansas 1 98 Los Angeles 2 1 2 2 DAfiVAr San Diego V Houle 10 NATIONAL Si Green Bay England Los 5 Nova Scotia San Mew 7 See Us For W-I-D-E IMPORTED TRACTION TIRES For Off tht Road Driving ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st Ave. S, Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;