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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TT.-7ME LSTMBRIDQE Bowling scores roundup CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Doris Vaile 224, Anne O'Nell 217, Matt Bernhart 251. Ted Haszard 236. Jim Whelan 215, Maggie Oliver 243, Will Ness 246. David Oliver 221. Arle Koole 280, Jim Freel 235. Tom Smith. 315 Harry Holub 224. Henry Meyers 294. PIONEER LEAGUE Gunnar Holte 199, Ed Linn 190, Tom Orr 186, Adam Fettig 209. Nellie McLain 189. Helma Skundberg 183, Elmer Morrison 230. Ed Harty 212, Nora Tiller 217, Chris Cameron 211, Agnes Black 187, Henry Bechthold 241. HIQA'S Grace Franz 242, Juanlta Lingard 275, Kae Mann 284, Bea Salmon 241, Mary Blair 260. Sandra Lund 255 Kathy Vaselenak 285. Shirley Boyd 247. Agnes Sinclair 273. Marlene Bosch 244 Fran Kelly 254 YBC SENIORS Kalie Pedrlni 242, Nadine Kovacs 249, Leslie Killins 233, Merylen Bunnage 278 Tom Mlklos 255. Dave Wells 283 Mike Sharvn 200. Bob Hirshe 210. John Wildman 235. Kim Novacs 238, Darlene Terry 272 Ron Gretzinger 321 (824. HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Nick Bianchi 301, Ruby Oseen 223. Arvid Oseen 294, Kay Davison 239, Cyril Myron 253, Mary Ward 287, Hjalmar Nelson 252, Marge Fleming 251, Howard White 255. Velma Miller 236, Len Milner 233, Louise Milner 217, Henry Brown 217. Rose Nunweiler 221, Harry Chapman 260. Zella Gygi 210, Minnie Petrie 231, Frank Bernhart 283. COMMERCIAL MEN'S Abbey Weber 350 Darwin Romanchuk 348 Kim Kovacs 347, Jack. Jones 342 John Russ an Argo? OTTAWA (CP) Former Ottawa quarterback Russ Jackson dropped a broad hint today that he has been offered the head coaching job with Toronto Argonauts of the Eastern Football Conference. Asked to comment on reports he has been offered the job, Jackson said he would neither confirm nor deny it. Asked whether he would comment later on this week, Jackson replied that any an- nouncement "would come from other people." Argos fired coach John Rauch about a week ago. Kovacs 304 Ken Larson 350 Bill Braun 366 Reg Arnold 344 Bob Costanzo 309 Bernle Bailey 302, Bert Mezel 319, Ken King 376 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Mel Vlergutz 281 Cheryl Krughaynich 254. John Rosenfelt 249. Bob Olshaskl 250. Barrie Linn 282. Ron Angyal 277, Andy Valer 248, Brenda Ouce 246, Nell Clark 256. Sat Nagata 329, Frank Beekman 249, Ellas Sawilla 285 Dlanne Violini 315 Y.B.C. JUNIORS Malinda Hamilton 237; Cheryl Miyashlro 175; Darren Flexhaug 175; Mitch Brown 175; Darryl Bailey 207; Randy Teichroeb 179: Karen Ludwig 219. BANTAM BOYS Roy Brown 197: Victor Hrycyk 167; Rob Thompson 152; Ross Andreachuk 161; Darcy Flexhaug 155; Randy Trerhel 147; Brian Kolibas 141; Kirby Nishikawa 140; Rob Prince 138; Donald Tanlguchi 133. BANTAM GIRLS Dianne Vaselenak 198; Sherry Kolibas 165; Charmen McKillop 163; Barbie Costanzo 112; Donna Turner 178; Trina Johnson 107. YOUNG ADULTS Janis Speelman 214; Jim Malcomson 204: Noelle McLean 209: Cathy Copeland 250; Rogan Sinclair 240; Laurie Koshney 215; Rob Andreachuk 231; Brian Rossetti 201; Rhonda Gier 207: Neal Nishakawa 222; Larry Mellor 234; Janyce Westling 207. Race results CALOARY (CP) Race results from Stampede Park Tuesday: FIRST 2 year olds. 6 furlongs. Rlbot Hash (Hendrlcks) 9.70 3.30 2.20. Count D'Amour (D. Wiseman) 2.80 2.20, Tlllano (Hedge) 2.40. Time: 4-5. High Cutter, Lustrous Court, Rim Rock Prince also ran. SECOND claiming. 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. Alaskan Brown (McCauley) 22.00 8.00 5.40. North Miss (Pearson) 16.80 6.90. Win Garuda (Beserra) 28.00. Time: 1-5. Prince Preciptic, Mack Tack, Regal Lad. El Luanne. Missy Hagen, Red Lasso also ran. Track Scratch: Winning Child. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 6 furlongs. Jet Courier (Morris) 3.90 3.10 2.70. Careless Cat (Qiesbrecht) 11.90 6.70. Happy Whistler (D. Wiseman) 2.80. Time: 2-5. Green Port, Fay's Hurrah, Chino's Haydn, Miss Claire C, Mr. Lament. Gay Stitch, Swoon Doll also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 1 1-16 miles. Brybe Bee (Kipling) 4.70 3.70 2.70, Canyon Patrol (Pearson) 6.10 3.50, Rockin Ruler (Ollive) 2.70. Time: Sure Hidden, Captor's Street, Roly Glen, Rexequus, Bonnie Blue Pal, Bush Time, Minit's Sister also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds. 7 furlongs. Victorian Jingle (Morris) 11.90 11.40. No Orders (Hedge) Old Cudge (Shields) 4.70. Time: 1-5. Gary's Son, Holly Race, Sir Elliott, Play The Line, Sante Fe King also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 6 furlongs. Drunken Sailor (Coombs) 12.50 5.50 3.40. Lucky Levey (Whittle) 3.90 3.30, Remwan (Ollive) 4.30. Time: 3-5. Cyternity. Yalta, Pop's Lady. Sherzard. Whata Gin, Fox Trot Papa also ran. SEVENTH 7 furlongs. Mamselle (Ollive) 9.10 6.20 2.90, Gardn Song (Beserra) 15.80 6.20. Tops In Design (L. Wiseman) 2.90. Time: 3-5. Carmengay. Johnny's Honey, Golden Basket, Mayiinga. Kings Berseem, Brendaendan also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 1-18 mile. Dark Secret (Norris) 23.20 12.90 6.90, Ripple Rajah (Gold) 3.60 3.20, Hot Quest (Niblett) 5.80. Time: 1-5. Chained Flag, Doolin Heart, Dan's Artist, Boulindo, Barry T, El Halcon, Klondike Charm also ran. QUINELLA: COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Ted Peck invites i< you to enter the "S FISHING STARTS SEPTEMBER 12 Anyone 18 Years and Over Thursday Noon p.m. Friday Noon p.m. Saturday a.m. p.m. 1 FOR TOP WEIGHTS CAUGHT DURING DERBY Alt makes point Muhammad Ali, prior to leaving for Zaire and his heavyweight title fight with champion George Foreman, makes a point of telling reporters he will win. The fight is set for Sept. 25. NFL axe falls on some veterans Hie ASSOCIATED PRESS Some agonizing hours of suspense are over. Some National Football League careers are over. Tuesday's exodus from NFL training camps resembled the mass departure of tourists from their last weekend of summer vacation. With uncer- tain futures ahead, nearly 100 players left pro locker rooms perhaps for the last time. No respect for the past was shown as coaches pared their rosters to the 47-player limit. One-time stars joined one- time scrubs in the classless society of the also-ran. Unlike Monday's cuts, which eliminated a number of lesser-known names from future game rosters and programs, Tuesday marked the end for some who have known success. Running back Leroy Kelly became the fourth most productive rusher in NFL history with Cleveland Browns. But the Browns put him on waivers early this summer and Kelly caught on with Oakland Raiders. Courageous ABSENT LISTED wins easily NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) An Australian real estate promoter made it known months ago he would spend as much as million to dislodge the America's Cup from the United States. He also may add to his money a few more strong words aimed at the U.S. crew manning the Courageous. Alan Bond already has spent an estimated million in his challenge to win the old Cup, but in Tuesday's first race in a best-of-seven series, his gold-colored Southern Cross went down in shocking defeat. Courageous, with crack helmsmen Ted Hood and Den- nis Connor in control, out- distanced the Aussie challenger by four minutes and 54 seconds in light wind, and came home at least one- half mile ahead. But even he couldn't cut fast enough to avoid the biggest tackle of all. Although the Raiders' policy is not to an- nounce squad cuts, a list of 14 departures was compiled from men absent from Tuesday's practice. Kelly's empty locker has si- lent evidence. Green Bay Packers veteran centre Ken Bowman, the team's player representative and an outspoken voice in the players' association strike, was placed on the injured reserve list due to a back in- jury and won't see action this year. The last of the original New Orleans Saints and another player rep. Guard Del Williams, retired. Williams had been listed as the club's starting guard until an old friend, Jake Kupp, came out of retirement and took his job away. Closed Mondays OpenThurs. Until 9 p.m. CHARGEX O PHOTO I EM Phone 328-6661 419-5th Streets. CB SALE! CB SALE! CB SALE! CONSOLE II BASE STATION Sidebander II Mobile Mode1SBE12CB Single Sideband AM 15 watts pep a brand new irans- receiver super features in abundance Manufacturer's Suggested List .................SPECIA1 Model SBE16 CB single sideband AM 23 channel 15 watts pep a complete CB station Medalists ruled out, used drugs TEHRAN (AFP) Two Asian Games gold medal winning weightlifters, one North Korean and the other Japanese, were dis- qualified Tuesday for using stimulants, setting off a row between the Inter- national Weightlifting Federation and the North Koreans. Kim Joong-II, a North Korean heavyweight and winner of three golds in his category, and Masahi Ouchi. a Japanese who took gold medals in the middle heavyweight snatch and total and a silver in the jerk, were both stripped of their medals. Oscar State, secretary general of the International Weight- lifting Federation, announced the decision at a news conference and said both lifters would be banned from international competi- tion for a year. Shortly afterwards the North Koreans said at a news conference they would not accept the disqualification of their lifter. Kim Duk Jun, deputy leader of the North Korean delegation, said the disqualification was illegal because the North Koreans had not been informed within the regulation time that a urine test had proved positive. They should have been informed within 24 hours, but they were not told until four days after the test he said. State denied that the time limit had been ex- ceeded. Announcing the dis- qualifications. said traces of the stimulant ephedrine were found in the urine of both Kim and Ouchi. The disqualification of Kim gives his three gold medals to Houshang Karge- garnezhad of Iran. Ouchi's disquali- fication gives the middle heavyweight snatch and total golds to China's Tsien Yu-Kai. ;