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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 25, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Bowling banter Expos still alive At Capri Bowl, Rvo Naeata mv coach tournament" Oct is the men's bowler-of-the- 27 week and it looks as if he's in for a big year he rolled a 780 triple in Gordie's with 284, 257 and 239 and starred in JCCA with 326, 304 and 236 for a big 866 tuple Pat Leclaire took the women's honors for the week by hitting for a 356 single in Martmmng she started with a strike, had an open frame, rolled six straight strikes, had a corner spare and then struck out First tournament of the year is set for Thanksgiving Day, Oct 8 at one o'clock when bowlers will see action in a best ball doubles event contact the desk it you plan to participate In YBC play for the week, the stars in the bantam divi sion were Jackie Pearson 172 Lori Csaki 176 Lorraine Kwan 170 Randy Paskuski 222 and Merylen Bunnage 259 leaders in junior-senior girls were Leslie Kilhns 251 Sandra Hamilton 243 Cherye Obermeyer 273 and a 763 and Nadine Kovacs 265 and 679 in junior senior boys the pace- setters were Marvin Higa 298 and 774 Tim Tmordi 275 Kim Kovacs 275 John Wildman 717 and Tom Miklos 265 first tournament of the season for the YBC crew will be a I beat In men's league play, Keith Warner s 286 led Knights of Columbus with 286 with Cal Coolidge's 269 leading Henry Homes In Gordie's Jack Jones had a 314 and 748, Roy Kamitomo 309 and 756, John Enckson 307 Norm Gyulai a 776 triple while in Green s Shoes Roy Chanda posted 341 and 751, Earl Armour 330 and 813, Jerry Areshenko 339 and 820 Hugh Christie 305 and John Rempel a 779 triple Keane Alous paced Lethbndge Banks with a 314 in women s league action Maggie Oliver led Senior Citizens with 284 and 725 with Marlene Saler's 287 tops in Higa s Kay Bathgate was the star in Knights of Colum- bus with 315 and 736 Wilma Valer adding a 718 Mane Barnett s 297 and a 717 triple by Marg Seefned led Wilson's Junior Shop Masa Goshmmon had a 284 in Mar- tinizing and in Green's it was Dianne Violim 326 and 711, Linda Malcomson Dena Smith 284 and 779 Rita Lazaruk posted 285 and 760 in NuMode Homes, Marion McNeelv had 298 in Sundquist Construction and Gail Hammel led Doug s Sports with 285 Reds clinch title Mets hanging on THE ASSOCIATED PRESS And then there was one The third of baseball's four divisional races was settled Mondav night when Cincinnati Reds nailed down their third National League West rrown in four seasons by defeating San Diego Padres 2-1 That leaves only the National League East still un- decided with five teams still alive in the season's final week Pittsburgh Pirates re- main one-half game behind New York Mets after splitting a twi night doubleheader with Montreal Expos No rematch for Riggs At Holiday Bowl, Bill Brown took the men s bowler-of the- week title with a sound 892 tri- ple with games of 324 291 and 277 he was 307 pins over his 195 average Lois Au- cain of Holiday Village League was the gals ace of the week posting 306 and a 776 triple which was 128 pins over her 216 average In Commercial Men s Ken King was good for 301 and 795 John Rempel 299 and 824 and Eldon Westlmg 299 Ann Fredrick led the women in Automatic Electric with 262 and Darrel Block s 272 paced the men Mabel McLaughlin s 271 and 691 was the week s best in Tuesday Coffee with Irene Lynde clicking for 298 and 695 and Maria Joherty 294 and 705 in Holiday Village In other league play in Ben dix the leaders were Robert Kempenaar with 284 and Brenda Duce 247 while in Dept of Agriculture Rod Chernos paced the men with 281 and 658 and Sherry Clark the women with 239 High in Vasa Lodge were Will Ness 271 and Lil Hegland 228 with Joy Lukasiewich leading the women in Simpsons-Sears with )0b and 650 Allen Bird s 289 was high tor the men Nona was the standout ol the week in Tues Social with a 299 while 1 ciutdine Miller posted a 299 Dave Miller s 253 led the men In CJOC Harry Gernck was the top man with 312 and 665, Jim Wright adding 286 and Jock Mulgrew a 724 triple Eleanor Fenton s 285 and 706 and Kathy Meciler with a 268 led the gals In Senior Citizens top scores for the week were Kathleen Bernhart with 237 Fred Beard 254 and 704 Harry Chapman a 642 tri- ple and Frank Bernhart 646 In Classic Triples Bob Costanzo rolled 314 Ken King 297 and 1 047 for four Jack Smeed 299 and 1053 Elais Sawilla 287 and 1013 Phyl Hjrnson 29} and 927 and Jean Christie 293 and 992 Lew Mills led Civil Servants with 279 and 808 Alice Kolibas pac- ing the gals with 306 Tops in Friday Social were Ernie Frache 323 and 804 and Terry Prusak 253 Cleas Schweitzer with 290, Pete Canan a 726 triple and Janice Johnson 269 led CPR YBC was led by Scott Marshalsay 260 and Laurie Koshney 208 Family bowling special is Sunday night 7-10 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Billie Jean King said Mondav she won t agree to a rematch with Riggs but will concentrate on improving other areas of tennis Basketball is a bore NEW YORK (AP) Basketball has become a 000 a vear bore for Wilt Chamberlain It s true that I don t get any fun out of training any more ana I even find it tough to get readv for game after game the 7-foot-l millionaire acknowledges I have done a lot of soul searching on the matter Franklv I just don t know what the alternative is for me The 37 year old all-time great of the National Basket- ball Association debated today alternatives open to few to play another year for the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA or accept a 000 offer from San Diego Conquistadors of the rival American Basketball Associ- ation Money is not a ve just got to decide whether I want to continue playing bas ketball Maybe I d rather be a civilian Chamberlain flew into New York Monday to plug his auto- biography WILT I didn t want to play him in the hist place Bilhe Jean said of her match last week with the 55 year old former Wimbledon champion But Riggs kept pressuring to pldv a woman and he final smashed Margaret Court last Mav Bilhe Jean said So she agreed to the match at Houston s Astrodome which she won handiK in three sets Margaret opened the door 1 closed it said Mis King There isn t any more reason to plav Bobby We proved Bobby wrong when he sdid he could beat any woman Mrs King in town to be in- troduced as the playing coach ol Philadelphia s team in the new World Team Tennis League had the highest praise lor Riggs although she called him d hubtler Bobby is great show biz for tennis the 29-vear old tennis great said adding she didn t bet on the match and hddn t the slightest idea how much he lost But Bobby lost some do re me she added Bilhe Jean who said she is moving out ol tennis tourna ment play after 10 years on the circuit painted a rosy pic tine of the WTT s future She suggested leagues like the WTT could be the vehicle to get more women into piolessional sports Women are not better than nidle athletes but we re as entcrtdining Now we re getting the money we deserve Tied with Bulldogs Cougars win first game The Catholic Central Cougars registered their first vie ton ol the young Southern Alberta High School Football League season as they whipped Medicine Hat McCoy Colts J9 I i at Henderson Stadium Saturday night The interlocking league win lilted the Cougars to a 1-1 iccoid and a second place tie with the Winston Chuichill Bulldogs in the vvestern onleience The Bulldogs are also 1 1 dltei losing a 25 7 decision to the undefeated defending ham pi OP. Lethbr.dge ollegidte Institute Rams last HnddV In the eastern conference standings the loss left the oils tied with Crescent Heights Vikings tor second place with one point apiece while the Medicine Hat Mohawks are in the lead with Meanwhile in Saturday s tilt Cougars third year rots veteran Guv Pomdhac explod ed for lour touchdowns and led his teammates to an easy vic- torv The outstanding young Cougai star also rushed for 62 in seven carries and was only second to temmate Dave Jackson who aided the cause with a brilliant in- dividual oerformance Jackson rambled to 101 in seven attempts and managed to score two majors in the piocess George Seiller completed the Cougars scoring as he booted three convert attempts During the lour quarters of plav the Cougars rushed for 241 yards on the ground and another 34 yards in the air The Colts who received single touchdowns from Gerald Granger and Marsielle Deslarlais picked up 156 vards on the ground while 80 vdids m the air The Cougars also racked up 14 hrst downs compared to the Colts 12 and were charged 74 vards in 11 penalties to that of the Colts eight infractions for 70 vdids SAHSFL STANDINGS West W L T LCI Rams 2 0 WCHS Bulldogs 1 1 CCHS Cougars 1 1 East MHH Mohawks 1 1 Crescent His 0 0 McCoy Colts 0 0 F A Pts 0 71 19 4 0 42 25 2 0 39 48 2 Treat yourself to the rich golden smoothness of 1878. Blended smooth. Aged smooth. Priced smooth. A smooth niii i m6r MEAGHERS CELEBRATE WITH CANADA'S INNOVATIVE DISTILLERS 0 38 65 1 23 30 1 17 43 The second-place Pirates lost the opener to the Expos 5 4 but took the nightcap 3-0 Elsewhere in the National League it was Houston Astros 10, San Francisco Giants 6 In the American League Boston Red Sox walloped Detroit Tigers 14 0 California Angels beat Texas Rangers 10-9, and Minnesota Twins nipped Oakland A s 7 6 The Reds took the traditional champagne shower in stride after clinching the National League West I think we re more sub- dued this time, said catcher Johnny Bench We re waiting for the third World rather than getting excited over the first one The Reds also won West titles "and National League pennants in 1970 and 1972 only to be beaten in the Series both times One guy who did get worked up over the clinching was pitcher Dick Baney who hasn t been through this before It s the ultimate said Ba- ney 'the day I dreamed about as a kid Banev who spent the first part of this season being cut by two minor league clubs, pitched the clincher and earn- ed the victory on home runs by Tony Perez and Andy Kosco The Reds clinching victory was their 58th in 81 games since July 1 when they were 11 games behind Willie Stargell homered in each game as Pittsburgh spht with Montreal The two homers gave the Pirate slugger 44 tops in the majors He has had 32 hits in 90 at bats with eight homers and 24 runs batted in this month Their first game loss left the Pirates even in that im- portant category with idle New York The Mets have six games remaining and the Pirates who have one less victory than New York have seven to play Mike Marshall nailed down the Expos first game victory picking up his 30th save of the season when he retired Al Oliver with runners at second and third in the ninth inning The nightcap belonged to Stargell who homered made an outstanding catch on Ken Singleton and threw out a run- ner trying to score Lee May and Cesar Cedeno crashed home runs, leading Houston to a 10-6 victory over San Francisco Mays homer was his 28th and Cedeno s three run shot was No 24 for him Jerry Reuss earned the vie tory with ninth inning help from Ken Forsch Boston moved one game ahead of Detroit in the struggle for second place in the American League East walloping the Tigers 14-0 Tornmv Harper s grand slam home run paced the Red Sox attack with Carl and Reggie Smith also tagging Boston home runs Lee Stanton s pinch double capped a two out ninth inning rally that carried California past Texas 10 9 The Rangers had scored seven runs in the top of the ninth to take the lead but the Angels loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth with two out A pair of walks to Richie Schemblum and Charlie Sands forced home two runs before Stanton delivered the decisive hit Alex Johnson had thrpe sin- gles and three RBIs for Texas Minnesota roared from behind with five runs in the seventh inning two of them on a double by George Mitterwald to overtake Oakland 7-6 Reggie Jackson blasted a three-run homer for the Athletics his 32nd of the season ALBERTA JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE LETHBRIDGE LONGHORNS HOCKEY SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT College Mall Booth AFTERNOONS Or Phone 328-7522 for Information COME BACK TOMORROW, PERCY, AN'I'LL SETTLE JJP-THAT'S A SOLEMN PROMISE 'IP YOU'RE MATE, IT'S TO CD 'IM AN1 ME ARE TWO OF A KIND -WE MAKE PROMISES POR THE PLEASURE .EAKIN' l-lfi Montreal loses out Cuba gets boxing MONTREAL (CP) Cuba was awarded the 1974 world amateur boxing cham pionships Monday after an emergency debate led to the competition being taken away from Montreal the originally scheduled host Cuba was awarded the games by a one-vote margin 20-19 after a vote was taken by delegates of 39 countries The championships were originally awarded to Montreal by the executive committee of the Inter national Amateur Association at the Munich Olympics in 1972 However this was reversed Monday when delegates voted support for a European-bloc motion to revise the format to a structure unacceptable to Canada and then gave next championships to the only other applicant Britain the Netherlands Sweden Italv and France lin ed up with the Soviet Union Cuba and the traditional Cowboy romp over Saints DALLAS (AP) Bob Lilly and Lee Roy Jordan gave their leader a cake and a game ball celebrating Tom Landry s 100th victory as a National Football League coach but the Dallas Cow boys coach couldn t help feel ing compassion for the guy in the other dressing room Landrv s Cowboys mauled New Orleans Saints 40-3 Mon- day night just as teams used to batter Dallas in the expan sion year of 1960 when the Cowboys had an 0-11-1 record In the other locker room New Orleans coach John North slumped over his bench still looking for his first NFL victory after two tries I knew what he (North) must feel but they 11 eat somebody Landry said He s got a tough go ahead of him I went through the same thing But if his owners have con hdence in him and get some players he could do it too who now stands 100 76-6 in his 13th vear as the only codch Dallas has? ever had sdid of attaining the centurv mdik It b quite d milestone to i each I m just glad to be dround that long The Cow bovs blew dow n the Sdints easilv Robert New house scored two on a three touchdown gallop and the other on a two vard pass from quarterback Roger Staubach Calvin Hill bolted and was the game s leading ground gainer with 71 yards on 13 thrusts in the televised mismatch The pulled into a tie with St Louis Cardinals for the lead in the National Conference s Eastern Divi sion with the victors at 2 0 Dallas plavs St Louis next Sunday Laiidn who wasn t pleased with his team s 12 3 halftime lead over New Orleans said I didn t see the cake at hall- time I m glad somebodv had enough confidence in me to bake it ahead of time Eastern bloc of Romania Czechoslovakia and Hungarv w hile Canada s position was supported bv the African and South American delegates as well as the United States COST MAIN FACTOR The split was whether the championships would be con ducted on the same basis as the Olympics or in a manner more comparable to the ten ms Davis Cup The 1974 com petition is the first ever to be held apart from the Olympics The Olvmpics are open to all nations Canada, under chief delegate Jerrj Shears of Montreal endorsed the latter concept where champions would be determined in several continental based before assembling in Monti eal Canada suggested the latter plan because of cost If all 110 member countries entered the full 11-man teams dnd collectively sent 600 offi cidls to look after them Shears estimated it would take 3 million to stage the competition If ?one championships were held it would only cost 000 Shears said And no fighter would have to appear more than three times instead of seven times in a short period of time a safetv consideration But delegate Ildar Kalirmnin argued that the interests of boxing in general should be placed above ec onomic considerations John Henderson of Scotland expressed the European bloc s icservations with the Cana- dian proposal sav ing it would mean the team from Europe would be made up almost en tirch of boxers from the USSR Shears made a last-ditch change to the proposed for- mat pledging double representation for Africa Asia and Australia-Oceania but the vote went against Canada on all made to measure LIMITED TIME ONLY vy Choose among a wide selection f of fabrics and styles, tailored to your measures for perfect fit and SAVE Come early for best choice many one-of-a-kmd fabrics are available in one-suit-lengths only' Open Thurs and Fn till 9pm ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN ffi "suiting the man-of-the-world" iiiiiiimiiiii Phone 328-8021 West End of Centre Village Mall i ;