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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOQE October 30.1973 HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY 17 nitM. dtpart Calgcry 31 from (thtrlng) air accommodation, tic. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL "HOME 321-3201 Bowling banter At Capri Bowl, the men's bowler-of-the-week honors go to one of the many talented youths who are continually turning in top efforts Merylen Bunnage, an 11-year- old bowling in YBC bantam ranks, turned in a great 801 triple with games of 234, 194 and a whopping 373... it could well be the highest triple in Canada this year for a bantam Isabelle Bergman was the women's shining star of the week enjoying her finest year on record, she rolled 296, 300 and 215 for an 811 triple in Martinizing to substantially boost her 218 average New league highs for the week included a 770 triple by Carol Hall in Knights of Columbus, an 886 by Francis Higa in Gor- die's, a 326 single by Aya Nakamura in Speedys, a 346 by Jean Christie in Green's Shoes, a 320 single and 742 tri- ple by Leona Mann in Bankers. Henry Bechthold with a 332 and 790 in Thursday- Senior Citizens, Irene Lynde with a 207 average in Doug's Sports, and new average leaders in Bankers are Gordon Deibert at 212 and Jean Groves at 193. YBC highlights for the week included Sandra Ferguson with 186. Lawrence Kreutz 183. Tommy Doyle 216 and Craig Ellis 202 in Jets, Stephen Taylor 252, Mark Gretzinger 221, Cheryl Smith 192 and Pam Shigehiro 184 in bantams. Mike Sharun 306, Crystal Myashiro 270. Pat Hamilton Harvie Pocza 269. Troy Hovey 308 and Bill Todd 285 in juniors In Young Adults, two juniors. John Jardine with 209 and Bill Todd with 285, a bantam Merylen Bunnage with his 373. In league play for the week, Higa's was paced by Dot Anderson with 326 and 752, Marlene Bosch 745 triple and Elma Groves 288 and 721 Carol Hall had 303 and 770 and Bernice Pavan 288 in Knights of Columbus with Betty Hobbs with 289 and Mert Qually with a 719 triple leading Juniors High in Speedys were Aya Nakamura 326 and Bea Saimon 308 with Ruth Cun- ningham's 280 and 701 tops in Morning Coffee Leaders in In men's play, Kim Kovacs paced Prebuilt with 768 and Pete Berthiaume led K of C with 291 and 794 High in Gordie's were Francis Higa 338 and 886, Mike Tobo 303 and 791. Wimp Nakamura 317, Bill Hamilton 340 and 797, Jack Smeed 354 and 850 and Sam Girardi an 806 triple In Green's it was Bill Hamilton 307. Rick Barva 305, John At Holiday Bowl, Sheila Paskuski stepped into the limelight as the women's bowler-of-the-week with 302, 201 and 168 for a 671 triple, 20C pins over her average of 157 in CPR Reg Arnold hit the high spots in Classic Triples with a pinfall of for four games he hit for 240, 284, 222 and 373 for a four-game average of 279 There were In Morning Coffee, Irene Marcinko led with 283 and 665, Gaidya Pedersen posting a 670 triple while in Bendix Dave Nelson had 288 and a 726 triple, Don Bessie adding 287 and 691, the women being led by Vera Brown at 251 In Simpsons-Sears, Bob Legge was the top man with 344 while Brian Rossetti had high three of 704, and the gals were paced by Marlene Stasiuk with 263 and 689 In Alcon Heating Roger Sinclair paced the men with 271 with Joanne Some fine efforts in Senior Citizens this past week with Matt Bernhart rolling 315 and 884. Jack Nunweiler 312 and FranK Bernhart 299 and 697, and Scott 249 In iiars of the week were Rolhe Howes 290 and 676, Ken Pinchak 285 and 719, Sheila Paskuski 302 and 671 and Alma Williams a 699 triple leaders in CJOC were Ed Whitefoot with a big 350 and 677, Delores Christie 287 and C-eorge Sturrock 264 Other highlights for the week were and two seniors. Rob Henderson 171 and Rick Maclean 223, combined for a sparkling 1.261 scratch team effort. and something that happens possible once or twice a year happened twice last week as Jane Smyke in NuMode Homes and Sig Dobler in Gordie's spared aces Anyone interested in bowling in a new mixed league Friday nights at nine should contact Al Pearson there's room for four more teams in the eight-team league. Green's were Jean Christie 346 and 760, Joan Moore 311 and 750, Karlyn Spitzer 709, Dot Sorenson 741 and Hilda Tinordi 294 and 722. Other leaders were Isabelle Bergman 300 and 811 and Jean Passey 295 in Martinizing, Lucille Barby 310 and 722 and Bernice Pavan 704 in NuMode, Marie Smith 303 and Marge Koole 289 and 750 in Sundquist Construction, Leona Mann 320 and 742 in Banks and Sandy Richardson 294 in Young Adults. Rempsl 824 and Bill Koskoski 304. in Eagles Andy Krajewski 308, in Senior Citizens Henry Bechthold 332 and 790, in Henry Homes Bryan Leishman 315 and Ken Malcomson 299 and 768, in JCCA Ryo Nagata 345 and 831 and Gordie Tanaka 323, and in Young Adults Kim Kovacs 380 and 705, Ken Kurtz 321 and 750 and Marvin Higa 329 and 758. some big outings in Commer- cial Men's as Keith Robin had a 358, Bernie Bailey, enjoying a fine year, 319 and an 814 triple, Bob Costanzo 316 and 859, Sam Girardi 311 and 877 and John Rempel 310 and 810 In Automatic Electric, Helen Higa led with 307 and 689 and Karlyn Spitzer had 295 and 687 the men were led by Brian Dangas with 283. Sawilla's 269 single and Ruth Aldoff's 726 triple tops among the women Laura Peake turned in 320 and 674, Lois Aucoren 306 and 711 and Irene Lynde a 731 triple in Holiday Village, while in Vasa Lodge Arvid Oseen with 266 and Slim Berry with 247 were high The week's leaders in Dept. of Agriculture were Keith Adamson with a fine 341, Lome Owen 295 and Lorraine Szentes 242 In Pepsi Grace Orich had 249 and Brian Woriell 247.. Reg Arnold 373 and Tino luvale 329, Lew Mills 324, Bill Hamilton 311, and Eleanor Dorigatti 328 in Classic Triples. Joe Amatto 321 and 766, Bill Ciark 307. Lena Moore 299 and Cecile Romanack 280 in Civil Ser- vants, John Schaalji 300 and 677, Allan Lunan 2% and Terry Prusak 249 in CHEC, and in YBC it was Darren Flexhaug 243 and Mitchell Brown 183 in bantams, Brent Chambers 247 in juniors and Keith Burgess 229 in seniors. Miller wins in playoff CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. A PI Sharon Miller sank a iivefoot birdie putt on the se- cond extra hole of a sudden- death playoff with Judy Rankin to win the fifth annual Corpus Christi Open golf tournament Sunday. Miss Miller and Mrs. Rankin finished the regulation 54 holes over the Corpus Christi Country Club course with nine-under-par 210s. The victory was worth for Miss Miller. "BATTERY BARGINS" NEW LIFETIME WARRANTY BATTERIES 24.75 29.75 EXCHANGE NEW 3 YEAR WARRANTY BATTERIES 18.75 2O.75 EXCHANGE Distributors for New Delco and Batteries "hoot 327-5587 217 12th St. 'B' South The Herald Sports One of two TD 9s Buffalo Bills' quarterback Joe Ferguson (back) watches O.J. Simpson roll in for the first of his two touchdowns against Kansas City Chiefs Monday in National Football League action. Buffalo, behind the running of Simpson, dumped the Chiefs 23-14. Will appeal fines Finley fights back NEW YORK (AP) The other shoe finally fell Monday for Charles 0. Finley in the form of in fines, but the headstrong, maverick owner of the Oakland Athletics vow- ed he wouldn't take the punishment lying down. "I will appeal two of the the Chicago insurance executive said from his home in LaPorte, Ind. "It is grossly unfair.'' Thus baseball is headed for another fight between the head man of Oakland's World Series champions and the game's commissioner, Bowie Kuhn. Finley said he is appealing Sons, Elks winless in exhibition The Lethbridge Y's Men's Native Sons suffered a hard- fought 5-2 loss to the Calgary Totems in an exhibition junior B game Sunuay. The Totems, who were the provincial champions last year, tallied two goals in each of the first two periods to drop the local club. Reg Osmond and Greg Kveder notched a goal each to lead the Sons' attack while Kevin Keith chipped in with a pair of assists. The Native Sons used the ex- hibition match to tune up for their Central Alberta Junior Hockey League opener Nov. 3 in Oyen. Meanwhile Miners Library of the City Recreation Hockey League jumped to a 5-3 first period lead and went on to defeat the Lethbridge Midget Elks 10-6 in another exhibition tilt Sunday. Cam Hodgen, Richard Chollack and Dennis Smith netted two goals apiece for the victors while Doug Harrold, Brian Murkin, Ken Koskoski and Jerry Heck added singles. Ron Moser tallied twice and Michel Dumont, Dave Jackson, Bob Miles and Darrell Osmond once in a los- ing r.rasr Mi.-.er.s ouishot. the Elks 35 and picked up two of five minor penalties, to baseball's six-man ex- ecutive council, consisting of the two league presidents, Joe Cronin of the American League and Charles Feeney of the National League, plus four club executives O'Malley, Los Angeles Dodgers; John McHale, Montreal Expos; Calvin Griff- ith, Minnesota Twins, and Bob Reynolds, California Angels. Kuhn said Finley must appeal to the commissioner, that the commissioner is the final authority. The executive council would be unlikely to go against the commissioner. Kuhn announced the fines in a formal one-sentence state- ment from his office, verify- ing what had been anticipated for days and what became common knowledge a day in advance through leaks. The commissioner's state- ment merely said the fines were for conduct during the World Series and it remained for Finley to disclose the specifics of his set-down. He was fined for his conduct in the Mike Andrews case, Finley said, for an "embarrassing" announce- ment made over the loud speaker at th-; Oaidanc! Coliseum during the series, and another for ar- bitrarily turning on the stadium lights when his team was at bat. The latter is the ANDY CAPP prerogative of series umpires. Finley's troubles started when the National League turned down his request to ac- tivate a 25th player to bring the Oakland roster to full strength. Finley proceeded to tell the fans about it at the opening game, and the fans booed loudly. Kuhn said his announce- ment embarrassed New York Mets. In the second game, Mike Andrews, a reserve Oakland infielder, made two errors that let in three runs, costing the Athletics the 12-inning game. Andrews was left off the team plane, which flew to New York for resumption of the series. The next report was that the infielder was be- ing placed on the disabled list with an injured shoulder. The commissioner told Finley that Andrews could not be placed on the disabled list. FFC ACTION Four games were staged in the Foothills Football Conference over the weekend. In the four Barnes. Raymond dropped Coafdale 35-23, High River belted Claresholm 27- 12, Vulcan edged Okotoks 36- 34 and Picture Butte slipped past St. Mary's 20-7. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTP. LOWW L.vtl 7th StrMl Shopping Mail Lethbrldgt. Alberta (403) 328-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES O.J. incredible, yards so far BUFFALO (AP) Coach Hank Stram of Kansas City Chiefs said: "Incredible was the best way to describe it." He was talking about O.J. Simpson who cracked the 000-yard barrier and broke a 39-year National Football League single-game rushing record as Buffalo Bills whipped the Chiefs 24-13. Simpson, all America Heis- man Trophy winner from Southern California, reeled off 157 yards rushing to increase his total to For O.J., the output was a seven-game NFL yards more than Jim Brown posted for Cleveland Browns in 1963. Simpson set another mark, carrying 39 times to better by one the number of carries by Harry Newman in 1934 and Jim Nance in 1966. "I really don't think about Simpson said in the dressing room. "Instead, you've got to run and that's what I'm doing. You don't run for records. You just run and the records come." But Simpson, pointing to Brown's single-season high of yards, seemed to be kid- ding. "We got in the first seven games and we'll go for another in the next seven." Simpson said. The "we" referred to by Simpson were his team- mates, especially the young, aggressive offensive line which has been paving the way for his ground-gaining. For Coach Lou Saban, it was a big game. "We had to win one pretty quick." Buffalo kicked off, the Chiefs missed on a pass and then fumbled. Middle linebacker Jim Cheyunski recovered for the Bills on the Chiefs' 15. Simpson carried the ball four consecutive times, scor- ing from the one-yard line at The Bills kicked off again. On the Chiefs' third play. Che- yunski intercepted Len Daw- son's pass, returned it 31 yards and Simpson scored from the four. Time: Buffalo clinched the game with three field goals. John Leypoldt booted them from 31, 17 and 8 yards "We reduced the size of the field to 15 yards the first time we had the ball (when Buffalo recovered the fumble) and Doug's win second game Doug's of Lethbridge racked up their second straight Chinook Basketball League victory by downing the Cardston Golden Eagles 75-43 Sunday. Alec Dudas led the way for Doug's with a stunning 23- point performance while Bryce Thompson chipped in with 19. Charlie Weasel Head hooped 18 points for the Eagles, who trailed 42-21 at the half. Next league action is slated for Wednesday night when the Raymond Merchants travel to Cardston. Meanwhile, Capri went on a scoring spree to belt Magrath Merchants 101-56. Ron Low hooped 24 for the winners while Roger McAdam chipped in with 22. Rick Ponornar accounted for 23 points in a losing effort. IT'S 8AB A 6EAT WHEN XOU GET ID KNOW IT, TAKES TIME, O'COURSE EVENING OW'S TQOiN1 THEY'RE NEVER AT UNTILTHEVRE AT WAR THAT COUPLE, TOR INSTANCE. iC-NORETHEM- four yards the second time (Cheyunski's said Stram. "Any time you're playing a squad that is in an emotional frenzy like Buffalo motivated by their you give two touchdowns away at bat, you're in trouble." The Chiefs' two touchdowns followed Buffalo mistakes. Quarterback Joe Ferguson's fumble was recovered by the Chiefs on the Bills 43 and, four plays later, Wendell Hayes scored from one yard in the second quarter. Punter Spike Jones dropped a fourth-down snap from centre in the fourth quarter and the Chiefs got the ball on Buffalo's two. Quarterback Pete Beathard sneaked into the end zone. Managerial nod to Earl NEW YORK (AP) Earl Weaver, who remodeled Balti- more Orioles from a slow, slugging team into a fast, op- portunistic club that recap- tured the 1973 American League East Division pen- nant, was chosen today as AL manager of the year. Weaver was a landslide win- ner in balloting conducted by The Associated Press before the playoffs and World Series. He earned 170 votes from sports writers and broad- casters in outpolling Jack McKeon of Kansas City Royals, who had 91 votes. Dick Williams, who appar- ently has left Oakland Athletics after directing them to the American League and World Series championships, finished third with 41 votes. Del Crandall of Milwaukee Brewers was fourth with 12 votes. Frank Quilici of Min- nesota Twins, Ralph Houk, formerly of New York Yankees. Bobby Winkles of California Angels, Chuck Tanner of Chicago White Sox and Billy Martin, who piloted both Detroit and Texas, got one vote each. This is the first manager of the year honor for Weaver, al- though he directed the Orioles to three straight pennants and more than 100 victories each year beginning in 1969. After that string, Baltimore slipped to third in the AL East in 1972, but bounced back for its fourth East title in five years this season. The Orioles, after a slow start, didn't pull away from the field until putting together a 14-game winning streak dur- ing the latter part of August. Minor hockey Ramblers fired in three goals in each of the first two periods and bounced the Mustangs 7-0 in a Bantam B contest Monday night. Stan Sawicki and Barry Coghlin led the Ramblers' offence with a air of goals while Dave Popovitch, Larry Skidmore and Ken Huisman added singles. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NFL American Conference Eastern Division W L T F A Miami___ 6 1 0 177 80 But 5 2 0 134 134 NY Jets ..2 5 0 102 146 N. Eng 2 5 0 101 150 Bait...... 2 5 0 117 184 Central Division Pitts 6 1 0 184 90 Cleve 4 2 1 126 113 Cin 4 3 0 110 101 Houston ..0 7 0 104 250 Western Division Oak...... 4 2 1 132 118 KC....... 3 3 1 85 94 Denver 3 3 1 201 166 Sa Diego. 1 5 1 101 187 National Conference Eastern Division Wash Dallas St. Louis Phila NY Giants Minn G. Bay Del Chi W 5 4 3 2 1 Los Ang Atl...... San Fran N. Orl T F A 0 162 83 0 204 139 0 160 197 1 157 180 1 139 166 Central Division 0 0 135 84 2 3 2 72 113 24 1 137 115 2 5 0 130 150 Western Division 6 1 0 195 107 4 3 C 181 91 3 4 0 138 138 3 4 0 80 188 Pet .857 .714 .286 .286 .286 .857 .643 .571 .000 .643 .500 .500 214 Pet .714 .571 .429 .357 .214 .000 .429 .357 .286 .857 .571 .429 .429 ALBERTA JUNIOR W The Pass 8 Red Deer 6 Calgary 6 Edm........... 5 Drumheller 4 Lethbridge ___ 2 T F A Pts 0 46 37 16 0 53 40 12 0 52 41 12 0 53 54 10 0 42 52 8 0 31 53 4 HOCKEY SCORES Saskatchewan Junior 4 Melville 1 Regina 4 Saskatoon 2 Western Canadian Flin Flon 4 Brandon 3 WORLD LEADERS: 0 Lawson. V.............. 11 Bernier. Q.............. 7 Harrison. E............. 6 Climie. E 6 Hughes, H.............. 8 Webster. N.E............ 8 Lacroix, N.Y............. 4 Simpson. T............. 9 Buchanan, Ci.......... 7 Connelly M 5 Houle. Q 5 Williams, N.E............ 3 Carleton, T 5 Sentes.T............... 4 Harris. N.E.............. 4 Guidon. 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