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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling Banter CAPRI BOWL, Dena Smith and Barbara. Scattergood shared honors the women's bowlers- with a pair of fine performances Dena cut loose in Green's Shoes with a big 356 single and an 817 triple while in Riga's Barb made consistency pay off with an 801 triple, thanks to games of 244, 268 and 289 Tak Kafakami, off to a sizzling start, took men's honors with 220, 328 and 290 for an 838 in Gordie's The YBC week is Linda Malcomson, a IV-year-old who sports a 240 average in Young Adults she reeled off an 807, with games of 208, 215 and 324. A number of new league highs for the year were set during the week including a 327 single and 779 triple by Pat Plomp in Juniors, Sharon Davidson's 720 triple in Morning Coffee, Ken Shigemi with a 681 triple in Prebuilt, Edith Voth with a 323 and 817 in Riga's, Dena Smith with her solid 356 in Green's, Masa Goshinmon 319 and 728 in JCCA, Linda Mal- comson 324 and 807 and Ken Kurtz a 799 triple in Young Adults. New average leaders to emerge are Jean Pas- sey with 225 in Henry Homes, Dot Anderson 243 in Doug's Sports and Bill Kelly with a 223 mark and Maureen Simpson 212 in the Friendly League, In men's league play for the week, Tino luvale sparked Monday Mixed with a 762 triple while in Gordie's the gunners were Tak Katakami 328 and 838, Tom Hackman 304, Ken King 300 and 785, Hoy Smeed 311 and 770, John Zsovan 318 and 809 with Norm Tol- ley rolling a 786 triple in Green's other Green stars were Ken Kurtz 320 and 802, Bill Cook 305, Bert Mezei 315 and 765 and Bill Koskoski 300 Tops in JCCA were Jim Yamada 306 and Ryo Nagata 788 with George Snowden's 285 high in Haico other leaders were John Morris and George Matchelt 289 each in CPR, Bob Tinordi 284, Ken Kurtz 292 and 799 and Darrell Lagler 299 in Young Adults. Among the gals, the week's spotlight was focused on Suzan Wolstoncroft with 301 and 764, Barb Scat- tergood 289 and 801, Edith Voth 323 and Shirley Alexander 313 in Higa's, Leona Pedrini with a 742 triple hi Monday Mixed, Esther Shields 300 and 701, Pat Plomp 327 and 779 and Kathy Ludwig 304 and 747 in Juniors, Marg Smith 288 in Speedys, Sharon David- son 277 and 720 In Wednesday Morning high in Green's were Dianne Violini 789, Jean Christie 754, Eleanor Dorigatti 790 and Dena Smith with her 356 and 817 In Martinizlng it was Masa Goshinmon 301 and 711 and Louise Morgan 295, in NuMode Joan Jones 265, Helen Mikula 285 in Sundquist, May Hie- bert 321 and 712 and Isabelle Bergman a 784 triple in Martinizing, Masa Goshinmon 319 and 728 in JCCA, Irene Lynde 297 and 724 in Doug's and Linda Malcomson 324 and 807 in Young Adults A re- minder that Sunday night's moonlight bowl is filling up rapidly contact the desk if you're interested. Lacklustre win It's Brothers at helm of Ottawa Rough Riders NEW ORLEANS (AP) 11 was actually a rather lack- lustre victory over one of pro football's young, struggling teams, but for coach Hank Stram of Kansas City Chiefs it may as well have been the game of the year. "It was an important game for said Stram, after his Chiefs came from behind to edge New Orleans Saints 20-17 Monday night in the National Football League's nationally- televised game. The Chiefs were sidetracked en route to the Super Bowl last season by Miami Dolphins. When the Dolphins beat the Chiefs again last week, tin were sitting on a two-game lo ing streak in league play. "This was a pivotal game f said Stram. "We've bee fighting desperately to g some consistency in our gam We've been tight, but the tea loosened up some tonight an I'm pleased." Except when they were dro ping it, the Chiefs did move vi tually at will against the Sainl Quarterback Lenny Dawsi wound up with 21 completio in 29 attempts for 203 yards. 1 had one intercepted when receiver slipped down. GLENDALE RECREATION IS Tu.fddV, 26, 1972 THE LETHBRiOGE HERAID -It haunt B.C. Lions NOW OPEN FOR OPEN BOWLING PHONE 328-2855 VANCOUVER (CP) Paul rothers, the man British Co- umbia football fans loved to ate, gets his chance for re- enge toniglit when Ottawa ough Riders meet B.C. Lions a Canadian Football League nterlocking game. Brothers quarterbacked the Jons three seasons before join- Jig the Riders in 1971. He was te favorite target for the Em- ire Stadium boo-birds. The Lions .go Unto the play- offs once in his three years. He 'as released last season. With ttawa, he has been the back- p man to Rick Oassata. But Rough Riders head coach ack Golia said Monday Broth- rs will be the starter against iis former team. "It's not Buy kind of a psy- hological Gotta laimed. "I'm starting Paul be- ause Rick got banged around little in the Edmonton game. TUDIED I JONS Gotta said Brothers had stud- ed the Lions before tiie Riders >egan their road trip, while Jassata concentrated on the Eskimos. The Rough Riders, co-leaders >vith Hamilton Tiger-Oats in tho Eastern Football Conference, von.the first of their two-game western trip, a controversial 10- 9 decision over Edmonton Sat- urday night. That game had a wild finish vith Edmonton quarterback Tom Wilkinson returning a kick hrough the end zone for the apparent lying point. But >enalty was called and the Mint disallowed. The Hough Riders have been doing it with defence this sea ion. OFFENCE FALTERS Ottawa has allowed oppo- nents an average of fewer than 17 points a game, best mark in the East, but is having troubli scoring points. "We have to seltle for a fieli goal too Golla saic "Our kicker, Gerry Organ, ha done a great job, but I'd love t see us scoring more touch downs." The Lions, on the other ham have had trouble both scorui points and keeping opponent off the Scoreboard. B.C. has averaged only tw touchdowns a game while a! Argonauts face jarly ousting TORONTO (CP) The Cana- meanwhile, still have Ottawa Gabriel lias teiidoiiitis LOS ANGELES (AP) Quarterback Roman Gabriel Los Angeles Rams has tendon itis of the right elbow and "w simply cannot tell how long R man will be team phys cian Dr. Jules Hasinski sai Monday. Gabriel was unable to sta: Sunday's National Footba Leagues game against the-Eeai in Cliicago because of numL ness in his right arm. He cam in but was ineffective in th second half of the 13-13 tie. He underwent surgery ft tendonitis in the same elbo years ago but there was n apparent relationship to h. current ailment. Gabriel, 32, is in his Hlh son with the Rams. He suffere a collapsed lung in mid-Ju but recovered and said, "I'r feeling better than I have sine 1969" when he won Most Val able Player honors in the NPL FALL SPECIALS from TV ANTENNA............ FOLDING CHAIRS 17-95 WATER TANKS 9'90 FENDER MIRRORS CHROME Pair 15-95 SWAY TU-CO FRIDGE3WAY (2.5 ft) PREBQO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th Ave. N. (Jui, Oo, Company) Phone 328-4421 wing other teams more than points and compiling a 2-7 ark, both victories at the ex- nse of eastern clubs. The Lions, coming oft a 23-9 in over Toronto Argonauts, arlier beat Hamillon. B.C. quarterback Don Moor- head, with a series of unim- pressive performances this year, threw two touchdown passes to Jim Young in the sec- ond half against Toronto. The game rail be televised nationally ,on the CTV network starting at p.m. MDT. Henley, H Andrusyshyn, T Colfey, H McQuay, T Dalli Riva, H H ian Football League's stalisti- ian dusted off his magic num- system Monday and ap- Ued the number eight to To- onto Argonauts' hopes tor a. ayoff spot in the Eastern Con- erence. That means Argos voU have o dust thems elves off after ight defeats and one victory iis season and win all five of icir remaining games while ounting on Montreal Alouettcs o lose at least three of their emalning six. If Montreal loses more than hree, then the number of Argo ins necessary would drop ac- Buchanan ordingly, since the com- of the two provides the magic number. Argos, with the worst record n the league, have games com- ng up against Edmonton Es- c i m o s, Montreal, Calgary Itampeders, Ottawa Rough liders and Hamilton Tiger- Cats Montreal's remaining james are against Winnip eg Jlue Bombers, Edmonton, To- ronto, Hamilton, Ottawa and Saskatchewan Roughriders. Ottawa and Hamilton leac the EFC with 12 points each while Montreal lias six points and Argos two. Montreal's magic number t o clinch the alayoff spot over Toronto is (our. NO. 6 FDR TOP SPOT The magic number if Ot- tawa or Hamilton finish first over each other is six, while both have already clinched playoff berths. Out West, British Columbia Lions with four points, and Cal- gary Stampeders willi six, are still in the running for playoff berths while Winnipeg, Edmon- ton and Saskatchewan battle for the lead. The Blue Bombers with 14 points, two ahead of Edmonton and Saskatchewan, need .three more wins to sure of a play- off berth, wlule the Eskimos and Roughies need four vic- tories each to make playoff po- sitions, regardless of other team losses, The individual scoring races, dcker Jerry Organ leading Sast and Winnipeg runru'ni jack Mack Herron in the West. VE5TERN CONFERENCE Be hompson, S EASTERN CONFERS CE C FG S PI 15 17 6 25 10 3 13 8 3 0003 3 6 612 3 0003 0002 0002 D o o 000? C FG 5 Pis 000 21 13 13 29 B 2 6 0005 13 10 55- 0005 21 6 3 FLO BUf S A SMART DECORATIVE DOOR KNOCKER TO IMPROVE PROPERTY, AN1 WHAT THANKS SHE'GET-? YOU COME ALONG- AN{ "START BASHIN1 IT AGAINST TUEbOOR.'.1 Skiing, hockey, broomball Three meetings set Three meetings of impor- tance to Lethbridge and south- ern Albertans are on tap in the next two days. This evening at seven o'clock at the Park Plaza Hotel the West Castle Mountain ski peo- ple will gather. The Southern Alberta Recre- ation Council, an association of professional recreation direc- tors in southern Alberta, is or- ganizing this, meeting with a view to assisting West Castle Mountain Resort in organizing skiing programs in southern Alberta. All recreation boards and re- gional directors are requested to attend the meeting or have a representative from the re- gion attend. Wednesday evening at eight o'clock in room one of the Adams Ice Centre the City Hec- crealion Hockey League will hold a re-organizational meet- ing. All teams from last year and any interested parties, are ask- ed to have a representative at the gathering. Plans for the 1972-73 season will be discussed. Also Wednesday evening at eight o'clock in the Civic Cen- tre, the Lethbridge Broomball League will hold a special meet- ing. Election of officers for tho coming season and a discussion on the opening of the leagi; will highlight the gathering. Two members from each team are asked to be in atten- dance. The meeting is also open to anyone interested. Is Aliearne planning blackmail? MOSCOW (AP) Jos Kryczka of Calgary, president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, said today the Team Canada game against Czechoslovakia scheduled for Prague Sept, 30 will go on despite an attempt at "black- mail." Ki-yczka said he had been told by J. F. (Bunny) Ahearne. president of the International Ice Hockey Federation, that the game would not be sanctioned unless or half of anything realized over "which- ever was be turned over to the IIHF out of tele- vision rights. "What can you call that ex- cept he asked. Kryczka said, however, "our embassy in Prague has con- firmed that the rights belong to us and there is no provision in our contract with the Czechs for the chopping in of the IIHF. "Ahearne threatened to bar the Czechs from the world championship, but that would bring the Russians down on him. Canada is out, the United States is in B group and with- out the world sort nf world championship would there Kryczka said. "He told me that the game would not go on unless he ap- proved it. Well, it's going on with or without his blessing. "The Czeclis say (Wc have an agreement and we will play if you will come.' 1 ELAN.1973. Goesfhywliere the big ones go ...for a lot less money, Elegant power compact that's lightweight Elan. 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