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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutlday, Cklobtr 31, 1971 THE LHHBRIDGE HERALD Winnipeg awaits Retina-Edmonton winner West playoffs set, not so in the east Exiri; Banter By THE CANADIAN PRESS Things are all set in the Western Bine Bombers finished first and have gained the bye into the fi- nal and now await the winner of the Saskatchewan Hough- rider s-Edmonton Eskimos semi-final. Such is not lire case in the East, however, as shown by the official Canadian Football League statistics issued Mon- day. Both Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders can finish first. Whichever of the two misses will play host to Mon- treal Alouetlcs or Toronto Ar- gonauts in the semi-final. Hamilton needs only to win against Toronto on Sunday to nail down first place, although AT CAPRI BOWL, Jack Smeed, whose list of successes in bowling circles over the years is one of the mosi impressive in the country, takes the men's howler-of-the-weck honors with a standout, effort in Knighls of Columbus, rolling 891 with games of 329, 284 and 281 earlier he hit for an 898 triple and should hit the GOO mark any day Marilyn Hembroff took the women's laurels for the week with a sparkling 378 in NuMode Homes sparling a 199 average, she started her second game with 15 and then rolled nine straight strikes and a spare. New league highs for the week included Suzan Wolstoncroft with a 333 in Higa's, Bernice Pavin with a 314 Ln Knights of Columbus and Jack Smeed's 329 in the same league Wally Kruchywich posted 284 and a 731 triple in Letlibridge Banks for the meiVs high of the year while in JGCA Tak Katakami's 234 average and Dot Miyashiro's 213 average are new highs May Syme's 190 average is the new high in the' Friendly League while in NuMode Mar- ilyn Hembroff's 3V8 and a 748 triple by May Syrae are highs for the year. In YBC action, junior Michel Maclean hit for a 325 in Friday play lor the year's high while Mi- chael Sharun scored 318 and 283 for a 601 double Bantam Stephen Kenwood had 272 and 290 for a 5S2 while Tom Heringer rolled 251 and Brad Kirschenman 267 Highlighted also were a 2u8 by nine-year-old Derek Taylor, a 210 by Tommy Doyle with 10-year-old Mike Tolley rolling 257 Senior Baden Pilling had 313 and Cherye Obenneyer 264. In JCCA tournament play, Jiro Miyagawa took the men's A event with Tak Katakami the B event winner High men's average went to Jim Riga with 243, high single to Roy Kamitomo with 3ZJ and high triple to Ryo Nagala with 785 Masa Goshinmon led the women with a 210 average with Aki Moriyama posting high single of 253 and Kaye Ayukawa high three of 680 Mas and Sandy Shigehiro won the mixed doubles with Tak and Mary Katakami second The men's doubles went to Jim Higa and Jack Azoma with Mike Tobo and Tom Medoruma second. In men's league action for the week, Jack Smeed's 329 and 894 paced Knights of Columbus while in Gordie's the top stars were John Rcmpel 314 and 887 Ken Kurtz 334, Steve Meiei 334 and 841, Bob Thomson 312, Eldon Westling 333, Ab Paskoski 334 and 804, John Wilclman 301 and John Enckson 319 and 774 Green's Shoes were led by Alex Koglei 304 Earl Armour 320 and 814, Joe Dimnik 330 and 811' Bert Mezei a 788 triple and Tak Katakami a 784'Hriple Pete Berthiaume paced Lethbridge Banks with 335 and 779 while in JCCA the leaders were Wimp Nakamura 317 and 762, Shig Nakagawa 302 Tak Katakami 304 and Shig Goshinmon with ai 803' triple Bob Spitzer's 309 led Civil Service and a 313 and 763 by Rollie Howes topped CPU John Wilclman had a 330 in Saturday Tn women's play, Higa's was sparked by Suzan Wolsioncroft with 333 and 745, Marg Michalenko 322 and Edith Voth 300 and 757 Pat Tunstall s ressing personal reasons aiul DUsiness dealings in Canada. No announcement was made on a successor. Creighton owns and operates the Vaughan Valley Golf Course at Woolbridge, Out. He joined the World Hockey Asso- ciation club last July when ihe franchise started here. The team is 1-8 for the sea- son. of Thunder Bay, at a cost of In addition to the 90-metre tower the jump will be extended later to 120 metres. The facilities will be perma- nent base of the Canadian Na- tional Olympic ski jump team, Marce I egce 357, Jean Wills 141, 5JE, Flo Dates 233, Elalni Strelkv 234. MARTINIZ1NG Jean Passey 273 (764) Carn- ey Psl Henderson 361 Ltngyel 205 (72i) Lynde 374, May Hieterf 353 W.asa GoiMn- mon 265 Jean McCulley Linda Vrabsl 256, Alk? Gler 249 GREEMS SHOES Jean Christie 2B6 Bev NLwel 27B (6661 Verda Hsnnilton 377 Suian Wolitcnerolt 172. B rend 3 Ped- trssn 2H (4541 Isabella OrslEn Alex Kcglcr 304 Earl Armour 320 Joe DimniX 33'i Bert 294 Tak 293 (784) em Hamilton EAGLES LODGE DOUT Kalhy 233 Rick J35, W.arie 273 Hplen Wcels 231, Ron Bota 737, FranV Gcrna 257 Jce Glllett 237, Efhcl Cdrnptcll 2O, Angle Fuller 223. LODGE V.'ill Kess Layne Bacpda 240, D'lly l-i2. Carlson 213. Bob Hanson 229, HicHBlancW 2-15, JOT Enar.der 'Mi. NEW SKI JUMP THUNDER BAY (CP) Plans have been announced for a 00-metre ski jump to be built on Mount Norway, seven miles .MOVE UP NOTCH WINNIPEG (CP) Glen Wood's goal at of a sudden- death overtime period gave St. James Canadians a 6-5 win over Winnipeg Monarchs in Mani- toba Junior Hockey League ac- tion Monday. The win moved Canadians within one point of first-place in the south division race. Mon-, arehs are tliree points back in third place. WILL ACCEPT 5 ONLY NEW MEMBERS CLUB "40" SOUTHERN AtBERTA'S ONLY FULLY MODERN PRIVATE HEALTH CLUB PHONE 327-5019 154; --..i Shigthiro 169; Lori Chaki 191; Sandra Hamilton 217; Lisa Blue 153; Joy Nakarnura 171. more types, often fat men, who are participating in extremely specific functions like throwing six shols." sprung the knee. His replace- ment arrived (from Montreal) tired from lack of sleep but had to enter an event straight away. Consequently, he. pr-r. broko a fin- PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia Flyers' 1 e a ding scorer, Bill Flett, will be out of action at least 10 ri-ays an inuurecl left knee, a team Merchants hot Raymond Merchants got a 22 point performance from Don McLaln Monday then went ou lo dump Doug's W-55 ii. Cits- Men's Basketball fxiague ac- tion. Don Heggie and Don Attwood aided the .Merchants' cause with 18 and 12 points respec- tively. Lylc Gallant, with 14 paced Dou's's. Brycc Thompson add-! ed 12 and Bob Hansen 11. i SAVEOVER etws JACK FROST SPECIALS spokesman said Monday. Flett, with seven goals in 10 games, was injured Sunday night in the Flyers' 5-2 National Hockey league victory over Toronto Maple Leafs. ANDY CAFF BEGINNING TO "BELIEVE IN J CARKWON-TMWE'SA LAD OF TWENTV N-.NS WHO CAN Blades close in SASKATOON (CP) Safk.i toon Blades moved lo within one point of first place in the Western Canada Hockey League's eastern division Mon- day by battling Winning Jels lo a 3-3 lie before fans. 'flic Blades now have 12 points and trail only Hie Bran- don Wheat Kings. The Blades had lo come from behind to gain (he tie. They trailed 1-0 after the firsl period and 2-1 alter the second. liyron Jackson, Don McLeod and Hill I.aing scored fur Sas- katoon, and Don Lanvay with (two and Barry scored fov I Winnipeg. Redeem your Jack Pros) Specials Coupons at these Lethbridge Gulf Service Stations GULF SERVICO CENTRE No. 3 Highway East (near Stotkyords) IMPERIAL MOTORS and TIRE SERVICE Corner 7th Street and 2nd Avenue S. HERMAN'S AUTO SERVICE 2nd Avenue ont) Mayor Magrnth Dr. SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 3rd Avenue and 18th Street S. MAIN SERVICE CENTRE 3rd Avenue and 9lh Street S. ENERSONS of Course Jusl over the 9th Street Bridge ;