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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling banter At Holiday Bowi, the spotlight shines on Bonnie Stimatz and Les Dyke who took bowler of the week honors Bonnie rolled a neat 375 in Holiday Village while Les rattled the pins for a sizzling 955 triple in Commer- cial 1 Men's, including a 316 and 346 Honorable mention goes to Frank Bernhart and Hjalmar Nelson in Golden Age who clicked for 303 and Alf Pedrini paced Knights of Columbus with 314 and 737 and Pete Berthiaume added 294 and 738 Darwin Romanchuk's 294 and 788 led Bendix while the big guns in Simpsons-Sears were Herb Ellerman with 305 and 771 and C. Greenslade with 311 Norris Trcntim's 325 and Dick Wells' 299 and 732 topped Automatic Electric, while in Eagles George Matchett clicked for 329, Larry Veres 304 and 754 and John Rosenfelt 316 and 800 a 321 by Rogan Sinclair paced Alcon with Les Fisher's 311 and 745, Lew In women's league action, Linda Malcomson led Young Adults with 274 and 724 with a 265 by Velma Miller and a 264 by Ruby Oseen high in Mon- day Golden Age Dianne Violini continued to blister the pins with 316 and 840 in Knights of Columbus, Doris Flexhaug adding 289 Marge McLaughlin's 271 and 694 led Dairy Queen, and other stars of the week were Kae Mann with 279 in Simpsons- Sears, Elaine Brown with a 700 triple in Speedys, Erma McGuire with 307 and Pat At Capri Bowl, Masa Goshinmon is off to a great start and took the women's bowler of the week honors with 378 and 808 in Martmizing while Earl Ar- mour nabbed the men's crown with 308 and an 840 triple in Green's Shoes In men's league play for the week Gerry Mann paced Bankers with 281 and 758 and Dave Iwaskiw's 299 led Thursday Fred Milner's 288 and 807 was the big news in Monday Mixed while in Gordies Mel Witwicki rolled 289, Ken Mack 285. Andy Valer 285 and Cec Beaudry a 766 triple Other leaders were Stu Nyquist 282 in Canbra Foods. Bill Taylor 311 and 805 and Bert Mezei 310 and 773 in Green's Shoes, Eugene Yamada a 764 triple in JCCA and Ed Linn 275 and 669 in Thursday Senior Citizens Along the YBC front, in Friday's action the junior- seniors were led by Tom Miklos with 257 and Brian Rossetti with 223 with Mark In women's league play, leading the Pioneer League were Angelle Morrison 207. Gladys McGinnis 192 and Helma Skundberg 192 A 231 by Phyllis Patching paced Monday Senior Citizens with Nadine Kovacs starring in Young Adults with 327 and a big 850 triple Leaders in Higa's were Pat Jarvie 294, Lorraine Persley 287 and 787 and Edith Voth 287 and 735 Lil Holt headed the pack in Imperial Fashions with 311. Marion Tinsley adding 282 and 768 Marg Dyck's 264 was high in Doug's and Dianne Malchow headed ACT 819 and 316 and 756 respective- ly In men's play for the week, there were a number of big outings in Commercial Men's as Jack Smeed hit for 358 and 863, Bob Costanzo 311 and 814, Kyoto Shigehiro 338, John Rempel 333 and 864, Ken Larson 335 and 859, Ken Kurtz and 824 triple, Roy Cun- ningham 315, Steve Pedersen 324 and 771 and Tony Bogusky 317. Mills' 300 and Keith Seibert's 306 and 748 pacing Civil Ser- vice Big guns in Classic Triples were Ken King with 322 and a for four games, Tak Katakami 305 and Steve Pedersen 299 and Leaders in CPR were Reid Anderson 290 and Fred Wardman 289 while high in Hamilton Junior High was Merylen Bunnage with 253 and a 468 double YBC bantam leader was Victor Hrycyk with 258 and a 480 double and Darryl Bailey with 259 and 660 in YBC junior. Plomp 293 in Holiday Village, Cheryl Kirby 293 and Bea Hanson 285 in Vasa Lodge, Louise Ober 285 and Mary Ward 272 in Thursday Golden Age, Dianne Violini 339 and a big for four and Betty Paterson 290 and 969 in Classic Triples. Ruby Oseen 292 and 753 in Friday Women's, Alice Kolibas 314 in Civil Service, Betty Young 293, Shirley Alex- ander 290 and Alma Williams 292 and 750 in CPR YBC leader was Malinda Hamilton with 241 and 611. Mixed High in AGT was Jerry Areshenko with 291 and 773, with George Snowdon's 272 and 770 best in Friday Mix- ed In the Pioneer League Gunnar Holte's 643 triple led the way. Harry Holub's 255 and a 672 triple by Henry Bechthold tops in Monday Senior Citizens in YBC Young Adults Kim Kovacs uncorked a 300 and 831 triple. Sharun's 211 high in the ban- tam section In Saturday's action, the Jets were paced by Colin Wiebe's 154 with Edwin Burwash 221, Les Hertlein 203 and Don Tinordi 201 tops in bantam boys A 144 by Vic- toria Kieselbach led the Jet girls with a 196 by Shelly Hovey and 194 by Patti Stanton high in bantam girls Saturday play was led in the junior-seniors by Robin Stanton 256 and 638, Bill Todd 246 and 639, Duane Guzzi 236 and 666, Brenda Christie 234, Jackie Thompson 235 and Dianne Creighton 223. with 266 Randilee Richardson's 286 was the best in Friday Mixed. Fly Nyquist leading Canbra Foods with 294 Carol Day- was the star in Wednesday Coffee with 342 and 719, Jean Burnett clicking for 294 and 679 Jean Christie had 319 and 838 and Marie Leishman 286 in Green's. Zita Tinordi 328 and 721 in NuMode Homes and Jessie MacDonald 266 in Thursday Senior Citizens... a reminder there's still room for teams in Doug's. Friday afternoon, and Monday night at nine. Dempsey's boot sinks cowboys PHILADELPHIA Tom Dempsey's 45-yard field goal with 25 seconds remaining carried Philadelphia Eagles to a 13-10 victory over Dallas Cowboys in Monday night's nationally televised National Football League game. The winning field goal was set up when Eagles' cornerback Randy Logan intercepted a Roger Saubach pass and stepped out of bounds at the Dallas 29-yard line with 1 4S left The Eagles gained just one yard on !wo running plays and sn mcomptete pass before Dernpsey booted the deciding three-pointer The Cowboys, however, never quit After taking the ensuing kickoff to their own 18-yard line. Staubach completed passes of 27 and 23 yards !o Drew Pearson for a first down at the Philadelphia 31. But that was as far as they got. and Mac Percival's 48- yard field goal attempt to tie the game fell far short and wide to the left of the uprights. The Cowboys, who won their opener 24-0 against Atlanta a week ago while the Eagles were losing 7-3 to St Ixniis. took a 7-0 lead in the second period on a three-yard run by rookie Doug Dennison. The Eagles tied it in the third quarter when cornerback Joe Lavender picked up a Dennison fumble and rambled yards down the left sideline for a Unichdown. Dempsey sen! the Eagles ahead 10-7 with a 33-yard field goals early in the fourth quarter, but Dallas came back to tie it again on a 26-yard fieM goal by Percival with remainmo. TuMday, September HE LE i HBRIDGE HERALD-11 Bombers, Eskimos score victories Lunges for touchdown Catholic Central Bombers became the only un- with efforts like this as they pasted the Stampeders beaten team in the Lethbridge Minor Football League 34-19. Chiefs rally for tie VICTORIA (CP) Kamloops Chiefs scored five goals in the third period to tie Victoria Cougars, 6-6 Monday in a Western Canada Hockey League exhibition game played before about 350 fans. Cougars took a 3-0 first period lead on goals by Jerry Gustafson. Kim Clackson and Mel Bridgman. Victoria led 5- 1 after 40 minutes. Rick Peter and Rick Lapointe scored for Victoria and Dave Robinson for Kamloops. In the final period, Mel Zinger, Terry McDonald, Rob Flockhart and Jamie Gallimore scored for the Chiefs. Dan Lucas replied for Victoria. The game was interrupted in the third period when Clackson and Reg Kerr of the Chiefs drew double minors for roughing and Curt Fraser of Victoria and Barry Melrose of Kamloops drew majors and misconducts for starting a se- cond fight. The teams meet again Wednesday and Thursday in Kamloops. Meanwhile, Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Canada Hockey League have traded goalie Larry Hendrick to Calgary Centennials for defenceman John Phillips, Drew Forbes and future con- siderations. Hendrick. an all star net- minder, has shared the goal tending with Doug Soetaert for three years. Leafs, Rangers stay hot THE CANADIAN PRESS New York Rangers and To- ronto Maple Leafs are show- ing a good early foot in the Na- tional Hockey League exhibi- tion schedule although the attention of hockey fans has been diverted for the most part to the international series between Team Canada and the Soviet Union. The Rangers, playing on home ice. defeated Boston Bruins 6-4 Monday night, while the Leafs, also at home, edged Detroit Red Wings 6-5. Jean Ratelle and Bill Fair- baim scored two goals each to lead the New Yorkers to their second consecutive victory. They won Iheir opening game 7-5 against the Red Wings. Rick Middleton and Steve Vickers cashed the Rangers" other goals, while the Boston markers were spread evenly among Wayne Cashman. Don Marcoll. Carol Vadnais and Bobby Schmautz The Leafs had to weather a three-goal rally by the Red Wings in the third period to es- cape with victory before 16.- 307 fans at Maple Leaf Gardens The Leafs tied Chicago Black Hawk 3-3 in their first pre-season came Pirates a half game off, Dodgers pull five ahead ASSOCIATED PRESS Pittsburgh manager Danny Murtaugh said it was "a bang- bang play" that shot down St. Louis Cardinals' chance to nail the Pirates. Lou Brock, having just stolen his 115th base of the year, was on second in the eighth inning. Then he tried for No. 116. But Manny Sanguillen got Brock out with a perfect throw to Richie Hebner. Ted Sizemore then singled. Brock would have he still been on second. Instead, it was just a meaningless hit for the Car- dinals in a still scoreless game. Then in the 10th inning Heb- ner singled to give the Pirates a 1-0 victory that moved them within a half-game of the first- place Cards in the National League East race. DODGERS BEAT BRAVES In the West Division, Los Angeles Dodgers reduced their flag-clinching number to four by beating Atlanta Braves 4-3 and widening their margin over fading Cincinnati Reds to five games. In the only American League pennant contenders were in- Brewers beat Cleveland 6-2 before the Indians won the second game 7-4. "I'm never surprised to see Brock try for said Murtaugh. "It takes a bang- bang play to get him. Brock doesn't get caught that often. I was glad to see him try. after he was thrown out." Jim Hooker, 14-11. pitched nine innings 'of shutout ball and got the victory when Dave Giusti chalked up his 12th save of the year. Pinch-hitter Paul Popovich batted for Rooker and singled to lead off the 10th. then Ren- nie Stennett sacrificed pinch- runner Miguel Dilone to se- cond before Hebner delivered his winning hit. Mike Marshall bailed Don Sutton out of an eighth-inning jam with his 101st appearance of the year to preserve the Dodgers" victory. Sutton. 18-9. who singled and doubled to drive in two Los Angeles runs, was chased Registration for Wardens and Guards A registration meeting for anyone interested in the Junior Forest Wardens or the Gar! Forest Guards is slated for Wed.. Sept 25 at 7 p.m. in the Lethbridge Fish and Game Hut. The hut is located on the corner of Ave. and I0th St South in Lethbridge The local Fish and Game Association sponsor this program which entails both winter and summer camps plus badge work. The first camp of the new season is scheduled for Oct. 12. 13 and 14th Registration fee is 94 and all persons 10 years of age and over are welcome. after giving up a single to Craig Robinson, a triple to Ralph Garr and a home run to Rowland Office. Bill Buckner collected a double and three singles, drove in one run, scored one and took a homer away from Dusty Baker in the fourth inn- ing when he leaped high to spear the drive, his glove over the top of the left field wall. The Brewers remained within half a game of the In- dians in the middle of the AL East standings with the twin- bill split. Milwaukee won the opener with four runs in the ninth in- ning, two on Tim Johnson's tie-breaking double. Two-run homers by Charlie Spikes and Leron Lee led the Indians to victory in the nightcap. Hockey meet A re-organizational meeting for the City Recreational Hockey League is slated for tonight at 7 in Room 1 of the Civic Sports Centre. All teams or individuals interested in playing this season are asked to attend. An executive for the upcom- ing season will be elected and rule changes will be dis- cussed. The Catholic Central Bombers remain the only undefeated team in the Lethbridge Minor Football League after their 34-19 win over the Hamilton Stampeders last night at Henderson Stadium. Up until their meeting last night both the Bombers and the Stampeders had unblemished records. The two teams were knotted 6-6 at half time and at one point in the game the Stamps led 13-6. But an on-side kick and a pass interception proved to be the undoing of the Stampeders. The Bombers' scoring was handled by Bill Caswell with two touchdowns, Ivano Fraulin, Walter Montina and Mark LoMond with one major apiece. Montina added two converts. The Bombers also scored a safety touch. One of Caswell's touchdowns came after Dennis Kaupp recovered an on-side kick and LoMond's major was the result of an interception that he ran in from 30 yards out. Jubilant Bomber coaches were the Gallant brothers. Dave, Lyle and Brian, John Forrester and Otto Plaustiener. Neil Povey had two touchdowns for the Stamped- ers and Bob Odney added a convert and a major. The coaching duties tor the Stampeders are handled by Bob Bach. Kelly Keenan. Mike Rogers, Keith Landry and Mike Tarnawski. In the second game last night the Gilbert Paterson Eskimos defeated the St. Mary's Eagles 44-14. The Eskimos had a 32-0 lead built up by half time but the St Mary's team fought back in the second half, outscoring the Eskimos 14-12. Dale Kinisky was the big gun for the Eskimos as he racked up four touchdowns. Mike DeHeer had two majors and a two-point convert to his credit and Vince Petherbridge scored the remaining Eskimo touchdown For St. Mary's Rudolph Wells and Rex Rabbit had a touchdown each and Rabbit also chalked up a two-point convert This week is Canadian Amateur Football Week across Canada and the Lethbridge Minor Football League invites all parents and interested adults out to watch these exciting minor league games. All the trophies that are presented by the Minor Football League at the end of the season are currently on display m T. Eaton's display window. On Wednesday night the Eskimos and the Lions meet at 6 p.m. at Henderson Stadium followed by the Stampeder. St. Mary's game at 7 30 MINOR FOOTBALL STANDINGS W L Bombers 4 0 Starnpeders 2 1 Lions 1 2 Eskimos 1 2 St Mary's 0 3 AMERICANS SIGNING BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Guard Bob Kuechenberg and defensive back Tim Foley of Miami Dolphins of the National Football League have signed to play with Bir- mingham Americans in 1975. BOY'S GIRL'S CLASSES Oct. 2nd thru Dec. 18th (8 to 18 years) 35 for 3 months FUgliterbyOct. 1 ORR KARATE KUNG-FU 258A-13th SIN. Phone (From the Crane, we learn grace and self control) I Avast ye mateys... Beny's are CLEARING THE DECKS THE REMAINING STOCK OF BRAND NEW 1974 MODELS MUST GO! By September 27th Hurry in for your choice off. CHEVROLETS CHEVELLES CHEVROLET TRUCKS OLOSMOBILES NOVAS VEGAS CUTLASSES CADILLACS A groat selection of models and colors. C'mon landlubbers Choose Met new 74 Model and Save now at the old 1974 PRICES! Deal now at Beny's... you'll BENY-fit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone 328-1101 ;