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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Bowling CAPRI BOWL, the men's bowler-oUhe-week is a two-way show with Gary Tunbridge and Norm Tolley sharing the honors Gary, off to his fastest start on record, posted the first 400 game of the year by turning in a 403 in Gordie's Men's he opened with a spare, rolled five strikes, had a left corner spare and then struck out for his big 403 he also clicked for a 935 triple, his sec- ond 900 series in three weeks, and now boasts a bril- liant average of 205 Norm was also on the rampage in Gordie's, blistering the pins for 274, 340 and 333 for a 947 triple, high mark of the cam- paign The women's bowler-of-the-week is May Hiebert who enjoyed one of the most productive weeks of her career for nine games she aver- aged a sensational 270, rolling 240, 309 and 264 for 813 in Wednesday Coffee, 233, 300 and 276 for 809 in Green's Shoes and 254, 271 and 275 for 800 in NuMode Homes the pins are still complaining. Among the men, the other headliners for the week included Francis Wright with 376 and 855, Roy Smeed 331 and 834, Al Smilli 329 and 767 and Ken Kurtz 316 and 808 in Gordie's while Jack Smeed turned on the steam in Green's with 361 and an 872 triple Orest Yurchak hit for 358 and 785 in Henry Homes while in B and E Hardware Sherry Clark had a 329, Sig Dobler 311 and 776 and Bob Costanzo 303 Joe Schmalz posted 307 and 787 in Prebuilt while Baden Pilling clicked for 310 and a 557 double in YBC action Van Wyk led Se- nior Citizens with 289 and 748. Besides May Hiebert's glittering effort, the other gals to grab a share of the spotlight were Marion McNeely with a big 369 and 768 in Henry Homes, Eileen Carter 360 and 752 in Sundquist Construction, Pat Tunsrall 334 and 727 in B and E Hardware along with Wilma Valer's 313 June Taylor post- ed 331 and 720 in Wilson's Junior Shop while in Green's Verna Hillcoal rolled 328 and 768, Joan Moore 312 and 701, Sandra Weslling 314 and 709 and Eleanor DorigatH 285 and a solid 828 triple Ann Wolstoncroft paced Monday Night Women with 301 and 710 with Irene Chistie rolling 313 and 783 in Speedys, Masa Goshimnon 305 in Martinizing, Karlyn Spitzer 283 and 806 and June Taylor 286 and 776 in Civil Service and Nadine Kovacs 293 and 826 in Young Adults. Attention bowlers an important meeting of the Lethbridge Fivepin Association is scheduled for Capri Sunday, Oct. 2, at 8 p.m. all trundlers urged to attend as the meeting is being held in conjunction with the Alberta Bowling Association. It was a big week in the scoring department with some high spots being hit by Marlene Bosch 285, Vera Nicholls 291, Isabel Bergman 293, Lynne Lengyel 283 and 740, Phyl Harrison 287, Marie Barnett 291, Linda Hovey 283, Shirley Yip 285, Edith Voth 289 and Carolyn Passey 286 Len Herring rolled a 788 triple, Tak Katakami 775, Sam Girardi 767, Dar- win Romancluik 794. Sunao Ayukawa 772, John Erick- son 789 and Bob Anderson 788. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL YBC BANTAM BOYS Harvie Pocia 20fi., Rodney Wai- chow 201, Doug Vogt IPS, Robin S'flnlon 205, Bill Todd 211, Bill Taylor 191, Michael Tolley 181, Allan Gep- noris 179, John Craig 171, Brad Turner 172, Gordon Besseling 1BO YBC BANTAM GIRLS Debbie Siabo 207, Pal Hamilton 175, Brencfa Chrislie 174, Joy Nakamura 166, Jan BaKer 153, Sandra Hamilton 170. Lori Chaki 150, Bev Salmon 150. YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS Baden Pilling 310, John Wlldman 30-1, Les Erir-kson 336, Warren Mr. Ewn 2J7, David Wells Lori Pal- Nadlne KDVBCS 70 J, Adella Bessllng 319, Mike Sharvln 222, Kim Kovac: 221. C.P.R. SOCIAL Bob Anderson 276 Tom Hack- man 26B Bob Sinclair 25! Pelc Gaelz 721, Ross Johnson 21B, Elaine Sinclair 25B Minme Komm 23J, Evelyn Shire 226, Shirley Alexander 225, VI Anderson 364. YOUNG ADULTS Ron Taylor 309 Raymond Payne 297, Ken Larson 2B5 Bruce Canlield 290 Randy Wol- Eloncrofl 263 Marvin Hlga 263, Sandra Sawchuk 253, Carolyn Passey 264, Nadine Kovacs 393 Gloria Discover the touch of excellence A mellow marriage of ourfinest whiskies Available in 12 and 25 oz. sizes A prestige product of Canadian Schcnlcy Distilleries Lid. -----Tueiday, Sepltmber 28, 1971 THE LETKSSIDGE HERAID Giants in the driver's seat heading home Astros, Padres hold key to division title SAN DIEGO (AP) Fighlin desperately to remain on top o the National League West Div sion, San Francisco Giant begin a three-game series wit San Diego Padres tonight whic will end their regulation season And the Padres, at the bottom of the division, 28 games be hind, would like nothing bette than to end their 00-98 season b spoiling the Giants' shot at th National League playoff against Pittsburgh Pirates. Los Angeles Dodgers, on game behind the Giants, pla their final three games agains Houston Astros. It the two teams end in a tie playoff game will be playet Friday in San Francisco. But the Giants hope th three-game series against Sa Diego will clinch the champion ship. "We've been packing cham pagne along ever since this roac trip said Horace Sto neham, Giants president. MAY NOT BE EASY Even though the series here pits the best team against the worst, the Giants may not have such an easy time of it. They are 33 against the Padres ii San Diego, and since Aug. 17 they have lost one more game than their opponents, 14-20 com pared to 14-19 for the Padres. San Francisco manager Char lie Fox said: 'We're in good shape" and tabbed Gaylord Perry, 15-12, to start against the Padres tonight Perry, who is 2-2 against San Diego this season, will face the Padres' rookie righthander, Ed Acosla. Acosta, acquired and called up from the minors last month is 3-2 in the majors with a 2.0: earned run average over 40 1-3 innings. Knowing that the Giants can- not take the flsg even if they win and the Dodgers lose to- night, San Diego manager Pres- .on Gomez is saving his best jurlers for Wednesday and Thursday. WILL USE KIRBY He plans to send Clay Kirby, 14-13, to the mound Wednesday against San Francisco's John Cumberland, and on Thursday le's counting on Dave Roberts, 14-16. Roberts, who has a 2.03 ERA and a stiff and sore back as well, will face Juan Marichal ii the championship is stiU at slake. Roberts is not the only ailing 3adre. First baseman Nate Col- jert has a pulled back muscle jut was expected to start to- night. Less certain were shorts- Enzo Hernandez anc Tommy be- cause of R swollen knee and Dean because of a sore throw- ing elbow. If bolh Hernandez and Dean are out, Garry Jestadl will move over from third base as he did last Saturday. Meanwhile in Los Angeles lanky rookie pitcher could take .he steam out of Los Angeles Dodgers' bid to capture the Na- tional League West Division pennant. Jeames Richard, a 6-foot-8 220-pounder wilt] a 1-2 record, starts for Houston Astros to- night against the Dodgers' Bill Singer, an oft-injured hurler who has lost four of his last six starts. If Richard wins and San Francisco defeats San Diego 'adres the Giants would clinch at least a tie for the title. Richard, signed as a free agent after being drafted No. 1 n 1969, made his only winning effort a memorable one, strik- ing out 15 Slants Sept. 5 to tie a major-Jeague record. MS AILMENTS Singer, who has beaten San Francisco twice in recent cru- cial games, has had a broken inger, muscle spasms in his back, the flu and a pulled groin muscle. At 4.31 his earned run average is the worst on Ihc club. The Dodgers must depend on linger. Then- other starling (ilchers all Bodell 3Oth titles LONDON (AP) Jack Bod- 1, 31-year-old ex-fanner, bat- led liis way lo a 15-round-deci- ion over Joo Bngiier Monday ight and won tlie European, British and CommonweailJi wavyweiglil boxing titles. Bugncr, 21-year-old Ilimgar- an-born Briton, had lield the ti- les for only six months. Bodcll, a southpaw, attacked uriously from UK start. He roppcd Bugncr for a brief "oiint in the HUi round and was clear winner. A sellout crowd of the all-British tight at Ycniblcy Stadium. Referee George Smith scored ic fight m to Kodcll and7l'i o Bugncr, which meant the de- ending champion won only one round. last weekend in Atlanta against tile Braves. The Dodgers face a team they have had only mediocre SUCCPSP Los Angeles will pitch Al against this year. The Dodgers and Houston have split six games licre and Los Angeles holds an edge of onjy 8-7 in ali games. Downing, 20-5, Wednesday night against Don Wilson, 16-9, and then Don Stilton, 16-12, Thurs- day against either Wade Blasin- game, 9-11, or Ken Forscli, 7-0. In Monday night's only Na-lwith a two-run double as tho tior.al League game, St. Louis Cardinals scored five runs in Cardinals defeated New York Mets B-l in 10 innings. Pinch-hit- ter Matty Alou snapped a 1-1 tie were scheduled. .ho 10th. No American League games Lop-sided wins in doublelieader Two lop-sided victories were registered in the Lellibridge Minor Football League double- header at Henderson Monday night. Beathard leads Cards to victory ST. LOUIS (AP) Quarter- back Pete Beathard, selected to start by coach Bob Hollway just before the kickoff, drove St. Louis Cardinals to two first-half touchdowns and a 17-10 victory over New York Jets in their na- ionally televised National Foot- Jail League feature Monday night. The 29-year-old Bealhard, who Jirew only 17 passes in 1970 fol- .owing his acquisition from -iouston Oilers, completed 9-ot- 17 for 206 yards before inlermis- :ion. The aerial barrage made up he brunt of llie Cardinal marches, consuming 80 and 88 'ards and produced a 14-0 lead with a little more than one quarter gone. Utilizing fleet John Gilliam and tight end Jackie Smith as his primary receivers, Bealhard steered the Cardinals to their irst touchdown after flipping a 51-yard pass to Gilliam at the Jets six. Cid Edwards bulled one yard for the score and again rolled over centre from .he one to make it 14-0 on a sec- ond drive set up by Beathard passes. In the first encounter, the Lions shut out the Cardston Si Mary's Bloods for the third time this season blanking them 32-0. Meanwhile, in the scheduled second contest of the evening the .Eskimos hammered the Bombers 51-0 scoring freely in every quarter. Tlu's season, tlie rookie St. Mary's Bloods found the Lions just too tough suffering pre- vious losses of 4G-0 and 35-0. Last night the Lions took an early 12-0 first quarter lead and increased it to 25-0 by half time. In the third quarter, the Lions managed only one touchdown and failed to add any more for the remainder of the affair. Mike Boychuk, Greg Martin and Jerry Areshenko led tlie Lion's attack with two majors apiece. Areshenko also added two converts for single points. One of Boychuk's touchdowns came on a 45 yard pass and run play while Areshenko also dad a beautiful major, inter- cepting a pass on the Blood's 45 yard line and went the dis- tance. In the last four games, the powerful defending champion Eskimos have given up only one point. Last night was no different as they walked over the Bomb- ers 51-0. Rick Collier was brilliant as he galloped to five big touch- downs while adding one con- vert. Tracy Cooler, Brian Quick and Mark Baldry chipped in with one touchdown apiece. Sid Collier also aided with joints, managing to connect on ,wo convert tries. SHORT GAIN FOR JETS New York Jels running back Emerson Boozer (32) goei around the right end of Jhe St. Louis Football Cardinals for a gain of four yards during the first period of Monday's game al 51. louis. 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