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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, September 18, 1973 FABULOUS LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION Circus Circus Many Extras Several Departures Irom Calgary Only rtn. per person (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328 3201 Herald- Bowling banter At Holiday Bowl, Jock Mulgrew got the nod as the men's bowler-of-the-week with a sparkling effort in CJOC he rolled a 902 triple with games of 346, 246 and 293, 266 pins over his average of 212 The women's bowler- of-the-week is Dena Smith who hit for a 320, 194 and 232 and a 746 triple in Holiday Village there were a flock of top performances in league play for the week with Steve Mezei topping Commercial Men with a 345 and 871. with Bernie Bailey, another veteran, posting 326 and 868 Leaders in Automatic Electric were Karlyn Spitzer with 256 and 715 with Darrel Block the top man with a 246 In Simpsons-Sears Bernie Hartley led the men with 249 and Helen Rossetti the women with 227. In other league action. Dave Nelson paced the men in Bendex with 313 and 763 and Carol Kempanaar led the gals with 311 and 677 In Dept. of Agriculture Paula Zuski had high single of 260 and Shirley Clarke high three of 652 Vasa Lodge leaders were Dol- Iv Belle with 302 and Emery At Capri Bowl, Dorothy Olshaski took the women's bowler-of-the-week title with a sizzling effort in NuMode Homes she reeled off seven straight strikes for a 363. enroute to an 819 triple Earl Armour took the men's honors for the week, opening in Gordie's with 224. 322 and 269 for an 815 triple, well over his last year's average of 218 In Gordie's other big guns were Bill' Hamilton 309 and 764. Sam Girardi 309 and 764, Bill Tavlor a 777 triple, Ed Henderson 297 and 750. Jack Smeed 299 and 815, Jim Riga a 757 triple and Tak Katakami 751. Leaders in other men s league were Bill Jensen with 278. Henry Bechthold 274 and 708. Harry Chapman 705 and Frank Bernhart 706 in Senior Citizens with Rick Larson's .328 and Gary Ward's 301 high in Eagles Lodge In Green's Shoes Rick Barva posted 305. Dave Smeed 329 and 758. Al Smith 318, Alex Kogler 304 and 752, Sid Pollock 319 and 794 and Steve Pedersen with a 758 triple Henry Bechthold hit for a 321 and 721 in Thursday's Senioi Citizens with Ken Malcom son's 271 tops in Henry Homes Morgan Sparks lee Knights of Columbus with 32: and Ryo Nagata topped with 273 and 710 In YBC action, a great season is ir store with over 250 boys anc girls registered to date with registration ending Oct. 1 Highlights of the week were Field with 287 In Classic Triples. Bob Costanzo clicked for a 346 and Reg Arnold was on the beam with 305 and a four-game total of Ken King chipped in with 306 and a for four with Dianne Violini pacing the women with 308 and Bunny Anderson adding a 306 Leaders in Friday Social were Allan Lunan with 284 and 369. Allan Prusak 282 and Elaine Brown 285 and 692. Byron Hirsche was hot in Civil Servants with 320 and 875 while Abe Enns rolled 303 and 693 Bev Swaren's 266 and J96 topped the gals Vaughan Tennant paced the in CPR with 280 and Irma Dberg led the women with 243 In YBC play Mitch Tren- tini headed the boys with 236 and Laurie Koshney paced the girls with 225 and 440 for two Registrations are still being ;aken for YBC play and a :amily bowling night, with a :lat charge for as many games as you want in three hours, is scheduled Sunday from seven .0 10. Pam Shigehiro 257 and Bart Christiansen 183 in Bantarr girls. Gerald Sacoardo 215 anc Merylen Bunnage 224 in Ban- tam' boys. Brenda Pederser 324 and 743 and Cheryc Oberrneyer 246 and 714 ir Junior-Senior girls and Tro Hoven 281. Bill Todd 276 anc John Wildman 292 in Senior boys. In women's league play Edith Voth's 283 and 709 anc Pat Jarvie's 267 led Higa'5 and tops in Juniors were Pal Plomp 2U and 765, Maric- Barnett 283, Evelyn Coutts 281 and Janet Archer 280 Helen Wilson with 282 anc Jeanette Smeed with 278 lee Speedys while Martinizing was paced by Maxine Buck 298, Lorraine Kirchner 306 anc 726 and Masa Goshinmon 27< and an 801 triple Lydia Geworsky led Capri Coffee with 308" and 725 with Jear Armstrong adding 711. anc high in Green's was Dianne Violini with 307 and 754 Ir Sundquist Construction Eloise Ives had 290 and 716. Dorothy Anderson 284 and 701. Pal Plomp 296 and 740 and Marie Smith 310 Cara Wyrostok led Henry Homes with 269 anc 716. Donna Umeris Letrhbridge Banks 256. Masa Goshinmon 272 and 697 ir JCCA and Elaine Tompkins 271 in Doug's Sports Firsl tourney of the year at Capri is Thanksgiving, Oct. 8, witri a best ball doubles open to high and low average bowlers partners will be drawn out of a hat. Bench fined CINCINNATI (AP) Cin- cinnati Reds announced Mon- day, prior to their game with Houston Astros, that Johnny Bench has been fined and handed a two day suspension by National League president Charles Feeney. Bench was ejected from a game Saturday night by home plate umpire Andy Olsen. Olsen charged Bench bumped him and used abusive language. CHILDREN'S CLASSES 14 years and under Tues. and Thurs. 6 p.m. Reg. 50 Now until IX Sept. 18th...... I mm month a month for two in the same family under 14 ORR KARATE KUNG FU STUDIOS 158A -13th St. N. Phone 328-1241 Reward Yourself now by visiting and thinking of your future retirement or summer leisure at British Columbias fin- est properities on the north shore of Shuswap Lake. Anglemont Estates has a motel, marina, 9 hole golf course, air strip, community lodge, and guest ranch. Come share with me via Aircraft or Bus, on Thanksgiving Weekend 3 nights in our lovely motel. All transportation, all meals and refreshments For Only Per Couple CALL BOB PRESTON at the El Rancho Motor 327-5701 tor reservations. Sports Two new Longhorns Coach Stan Maxwell, left, talks to two of the Centre is Kent Lowry while at right is Ron Weiland. three players recently signed by the Lethbridge Missing was Brent Cleland. The Longhorns work Longhorns of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. out at Henderson Ice Centre each evening. back Expos split with Cards ASSOCIATED PRESS Hank Aaron hit another home run Monday night, but the homer that tied a record at Atlanta wasn't hit by the Braves' slugger. Dave Johnson performed two major feats Monday night when Atlanta blanked San Diego Padres 7-0. He belted his 42nd homer of the 1973 baseball season, tying Rogers Hornsby's mark set in 1922 for most four-base clouts by a second baseman. Then he stole some of the thunder from Aaron, who hit No. 711 two batters earlier and now needs three more career homers to equal Babe Ruth's career total. "Dave's vour man said Aaron. "He's the one who caught a ghost." EXPOS In the other National League games. Montreal Ex- pos edged St. Louis 5-4. then the Cardinals beat the Expos in 12 innings 5-3: Pittsburgh Pirates overpowered New York Mets 10-3: Houston Astros downed Cincinnati Reds 5-2; Los Angeles Dodgers pounded San Fran- cisco Giants 7-1 and the Philadelphia-Chicago game was rained out. The Expos-Pirates struggle for supremacy in the East continues today at Montreal and Pittsburgh. The Expos entertain St. Louis in an after- noon game while the Pirates host the Mets in a night contest. The Baltimore Orioles were looking for a home run hitter when they traded Johnson for Earl Williams. Johnson's 42 homers are not only more than any other sec- ond baseman ever, but he's the major league leader for Billie Jean in hiding HOUSTON (AP) Like Greta Garbo, Billie Jean King wants to be alone. Once one ot the most outgo- ing and ebullient personalities in tennis, the 29-year-old Wim- bledon champion has gone into a shell in preparation for her winner-take-all match with 55-year-old Bobby Riggs at the Astrodome Thursday night. "No private interviews, no personal was Billie Jean's edict after arriv- ing on the scene for the so- called Battle of the Sexes. Before going behind her own private bamboo curtain. Billie Jean told the world that she was feeling fine, that she lov- ed pressure matches and that she was ready for her match against the aging hustler from Newport Beach, Calif. "I don't have leukemia, hepatitis or she said. "I am fine. I feel great." To prove it, she submitted to two singles matches Mon- day in the women's tour tour- nament and indicated she might play a third Tuesday before taking off to prepare for Thursday night's million spectacular. There has been concern over Billie Jean's physical condition since she pulled out of a third round match in the recent United States Open at Forest Hills, N.Y., and return- ed to her Hilton Head, S.C., base to undergo a series of tests. HAD LOW BLOOD Doctors reported that she had low blood sugar, probably as a result of some kind of virus, and that she might be subject to tiring in intense heat or in a prolonged match. The duel with Riggs will be the best-of-five sets. "The doctors tell me that I had a bad cold and I am now over it." Billie Jean said. "Both mentally and physical- ly I will be in top shape for Riggs." Ti-Cats still in cellar Hopkins does a good job TORONTO (CP) When the Canadian Football League season opened July 31, Hamilton Tiger-Cats appeared to be in trouble mainly because they hadn't found a replacement for retired running back Dave Bu- chanan. Halfway through the season, the Ticats are in trouble but it's hardly the fault of Andy Hopkins, who took over Buchanan's job. While the Ticats are last in the Eastern Conference with a 3-4 won-lost record, the CFL's weekly statistics show Hopkins leading the conference with 725 yards rushing on 116 carries. In training camp, Hopkins showed little indication that he would reach the mark in rushing this season, as now appears likely. Kven Ticat coach Jerry Wil- liams was not happy with the 23-year-old from Stephen F. Austin University who was on Houston Oilers' National Football League roster last yoar. WASN'T SURE "We're still Wil- liams said of his runing back situation during the July train- ing camp. "Hopkins has been doing a fair job but I'm not so sure about his durability." The 5-foot-ll. 185-lb. ball carrier has proved his durability both on the playing field and the streets of Hamilton. He shattered the windshield of his car when he struck it with his head during an auto collision two weeks ago. Hopkins emerged from the collision unscathed and demonstrated his e x plosiveness Sunday when he ran 97 yards for a touchdown against Otawa Rough Riders. That 97-yard romp, the long- est from scrimmage in the league this season, improved Hopkins' average gain to 6.7 yards carry, hut John Harvey of Montreal Alouettes still owns the best average in the East with 7.9 yards a carry. Harvey has rushed for 526 yards on (i7 carries. Roy Bell of Kdmonton Ks- kimo's leads tho West Confer- once rushers with 596 yards on 115 carries while George Roed ol Saskatchewan Roughridcrs is next with 537 yards on 111 rushes. ROOKIE PROMINENT Rookie Tom Forzani, one of three brothers with Calgary Stampeders, has risen to prominence in the WFC pass receiving department. Tom has helped the Stamps, including brothers Joe and John, by catching 31 passes for 424 yards, making him se- cond only to George McGowan of Edmonton Eskimos who If you are between 13 18 And want to go places Meet People And be someone Then join the Royal Canadian Army Cadets For further InlormttlOr! CONTACT: L.D. Boodel! 327-0809 Lt. J.P. Credico 327-4304 Join the Active Corps1 n corps thai was lops in Alberta last yea'1 LETHBRIDQEOFFICE FURNITUJELTD. Lowtr 7th SlrMl Mall LvthbrMflt, AltMrti PhOM (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Is the Pack really back? MILWAUKEE (AP) Ken Ellis had just been awarded the game ball, but his frown hardly reflected it. "That last touchdown pass is still in my mind. Darn. It will take me a week to get over the young Green Bay cornerback fretted. Ellis needn't worry. He was victimized on a 17-yard touch- down pass from Al Woodall to David Knight, a pair of re- serves, with 27 seconds left Monday night, but by that time Ellis and his Packer defensive mates had driven New York Jets brilliant quarterback, Joe Namath, to the bench in abject frustration. Smothering Namath when it counted and running a relent- less ball control offence di- rected by their own quarter- back, the much criticized Scott Hunter, the Packers thrashed the Jets 23-7 in a National Football League opener for both teams. Namath. who led the NFL in touchdown passes and passing yardage last year, completed 16 of 32 for 203 yards against the National Conference's No. 1 pass defence of a year ago. this department in 1973. There were only wit- nesses in Atlanta record low for see Johnson tie a mark and Aaron creep a little closer to another. "This was a big one, no doubt about it." explained Earl Weaver after Baltimore Orioles had reduced the magic number for clinching their American League East Divi- sion title to six Monday night by defeating New York Yankees 5-4 in 10 innings on Earl Williams' home run. Why was it big? Baltimore is leading the division by games with less than two weeks to go. "If we had lost three out of tour to the Yankees, we would have had to play over .500 ball to said Weaver. "Now. we don't." Elsewhere Monday night, Texas Rangers walloped Chi- cago White Sox 10-3. Minnesota Twins took Kansas City Royals 8-3 and Oakland A's nipped California Angels 3-2 in 13 innings. The Orioles are at it again tonight in Detroit with the Ti- gers while runner-up Boston Red Sox entertain New York. In other games, California is at Oakland, Chicago is at Tex- as, Minnesota at Kansas City and Milwaukee in Cleveland. New York held a 4-3 lead in the ninth when the Orioles scored the tying run with two out as Tommy Davis beat out an infield single. leads the West with 39 recep- tions for 597 yards. Mike Eben still leads the East in terms of passes caught with 24, but in yardage gained. Montreal's Johnny Rodgers is No. 1. Rodgers has caught 22 passes for 459 yards and a 20.9-yard average. In scoring. Gerry Organ of Ottawa leads the East with 64 points and Dave Cutler of Ed- monton leads the West with 87. After the Jets' first series, which ended in a missed 41- yard field goal attempt by Bobby Howfield, Namath couldn't lead the Jets past midfield until remained to be played. By that time the Packers had sacked Namath three times and intercepted him once in rolling to a 23-0 lead. "I was throwing a disgusted Namath said. "After our first series, they (Packer linemen) started coming good. I wasn't throw- ing worth a damn, anyway." The Packers' Chester Mar- col kicked field goals of nine, 37 and 10 yards, while Hunter threw a 19-yard scoring pass to tight end Rich McGeorge and led a fourth-quarter march capped by John Brockington's oneyard touchdown run. An interception by Ellis set up Brockington's touchdown, while a pair of fumble recov- eries by safety Jim Hill led to two other scores. Namath marched the Jets to the Packer five after Brock- ington's touchdown, only to have the ball lost on downs when Ellis batted away three consecutive passes. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES York City NATIONAL LEAQUt Pittsburgh Montreal St Louis New York Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati Los Angeles San Fran Houston Atlanta San Diego TODATS GAMES Houston Roberts (14-10) at Cincin- nati Gullet! (17-7) St. Louis Cleveland (13-9) at Montreal Moore (7-15) Philadelphia Brett (12-7) at Chicago Bonham (5-4) New York Matlack (13-15) at Pitt- sburgh Moose (11-11) San Diego Arlin (10-15) at Atlanta Harrison (10-5) San Francisco Marichal (10-13) at Los Angeles John )13-7) MONDAY'S RESULTS Dtogo .000 OM 000-0 10 0 Atlanta.....000 004 OJx-7 13 1 Jones Corkins Ross Romo (8) and Kendall; Morton (13- 10) and Casanova. HRs: (8) Aaron Johnson York .000 030 3 11 1 rmttibrgh .113 031 1S 0 Seaver Sadecki Swan (5) Capra (7) and Grote, Hodges Kmson (2-0) McKee Yachary (9) and May. HRs. Hebner Zisk May 120 5 1 100 Roberts (15-10) and Jutze; Billmgriam Baney (8) and Bench. HRs. Watson FIRST St. Louis ..OM 110- 4 14 1 Montreal ..010 001 102- S 10 2 Wise, Hrabosky (2-3) (9) and Sim- mons: Rogers. Marshall (12-9) (8) and Stmson. HRs: Stmson Coeona St. Louto 000 002 001 11 1 MontnMl 012 000 OM 000-3 4 2 Folkers. Pena (5) Segui (7) Fisher (2-1) (11) and Simmons; Stoneman, Taylor (6) Walker (10) Marshall (12- 10) (12) and Boccabella HRs: (15) San Fran 000 000 011-2 I 2 LM AngalM 100 240 OOx-7 12 0 Barr (11-15) Willoughby (4) Carnthers (5) D'Acquisto (6) McMahon (8) and Rader: Sutton (17- 9) and Ferguson HR- AMERICAN LEAGUE TODAY'S GAMES California Tanana (1-1) at Oakland Hunter (19-4) Milwaukee Lockwood (5-11) at Cleveland Timmerman (8-7) New York Medich (12-8) at Boston Lee (16-9) Baltimore Jefferson (4-5) at Detroit Lohch (15-13) Minnesota Blyleven (18-15) at Kan- sas City Fitzmorns (7-2) Chicago Bahnsen (18-18) at Texas Bibby (7-9) MONDAY'S RESULTS Now York .012 100 000 0 Barthnore .001 000 201 1-8 15 2 McDaniel. Granger (10) and Munson; Cuellar (16-13) and Williams HRs- NY (21) ChfcafO .000 200 3 3 000 10 1 Kaat Johnson Gossage Geddes (8) and Brinkman. Downing Siebert (7- Waits (9) and Billings. HRs: Tex- Madlock Fregosi MhMiMOta 010 41 i- S 1 K.C.......100 001 100- Corbm Campbell (7) and Borgmann. Roof Bu3by Hoerner Bird (7) and Kirkpatrlck. CaHforaia OM 100 010 000 I 1 Oakland 000 010 010 000 II 0 May (7-15) and Torborg. Stephenson Slemaszek Holtzman. Fingers (7-6) (13) and Fosse 87 WESTERN CONFIMNCE TO C FG S Cutler, E ....0 14 23 Abendschan, SO 19 10 Robinson, C 0 11 11 Jonas. W..... 2 9 5 Musso, BC .6 0 0 Campana, S .5 Reed. S.......5 Harris. BC .5 Gerela. BC-----0 14 4 5 54 3 47 4 40 0 36 0 30 0 30 0 30 5 28 SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES .95 Each 26 ELRICH TIRES LTD. "YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER- COMPLETE TIRE SALES A SERVICE 4021st AVI. South PtitM 327-68W or 327-4445 ;