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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba60 Winnipeg free press wednesday october 14, 1970 it strikes me enjoyed the thanksgiving Holiday and Hope you did too. My Good lady and i took off for grand Forks and the weather was Fine. I even took an hour to step into a bowl ing Alley. If you should take a peek in the Leisure Maga Zine a week saturday Page 4, you la read a Little something about the trip. I missed the regional finals of the world Bowling cup event at the chateau lanes but in monday s free press i note that Bruce Young will be making the trip to Toronto for the Canadian finals. Young has been coming up Strong Over the last two years and should be counted As one of Winnipeg s top bowlers. So it s congratulations Bruce and Nice try de Labelle and Mike Deleau. Barry Morrison who bowls with the co to senior sundays spared a Headpins and on another Alley there was a spare of aces Corner to Barry used to be a pretty hot Junior Bowler at Rossmere lanes not so Long ago. The mail had notes from Jack Shettler and Johnny Traeger. I la look after you Fellows in the next column. To Traeger will sure try to make the trip to Brandon and will Call you on it. To Gord Reid of the mercantile league sorry about the last write up. Will look after the latest one. Tommy Scott is a Busy Man these Days. Apart from looking after the scores Etc., of Eaton s mixed he also is co Secretary of the City seniors and Csc representative for the Manitoba Northwestern Ontario five pin Bowling association. Scott has new information on the Canadian closed Handicap singles Competition which will be published in this column shortly. I note that Les Dyke my successor in the Winnipeg five pin Bowling association is on the Job. That was his article in tuesday s paper re the counter pin thing and i thought it was Well done. You will be Reading my views on this Touchy subject at a later Date. Five pin scores Butterfly tailors gained first place in the Winnipeg All Star ladles with 15 Points As Judy Newton 789 344 and Dianna Malley 700, helped team take a 3-1 decision from United Universal fruit who ended up sixth with eight Points. Nel St. Lawrence was Best for the losers with 756. The blues remained in second place with netting the half from their series with St. James canes. St. James were paced by Janet Barr 87j Marlene chalks 718, Amargo petraites 706 and an assist from Wisny Johnson s single. Good singles also were rolled by Ollie Anderson 316 and Dolly Mceachern 306, of the blues. Kid motors pizza place and metro Politan Security Are tied with 11 each. Meridian broadloom is in the cellar with four. Allison Burns 873 330 and Isabel Fox 806 were High for the car dealers. Dylis Turner 713, led pizza place while Sheila Mcmullen 750 and Bev Lamonica 743 inspired metropolitan. Current average leaders Are Allison Burns 242, Dylis Turner 241, Pat Mcnabb 240, Sheila Mcmullan 240 Isabel Fox-239. Senior mixed Bob King 145 Ray electro copy Points followed by Landkamer 809 Marc Turoldo 803 Les Dyke 786 Madeline Mckenzie 785 Dave Sanderson 752 Bob Mceachern 749 Dolly Lynch 748 Bev Lamonica 739 Gladys Dob Lee 745 Don Bain 735 Kitty Elliott 733 Pat Bard 729 Pae Henry 719 Les Steven ton 717 Donna Monchak 715 Ann Wach 716 Wisny Johnson 712 Pat Mcnabb 713 Jack o Neill 705 and Isabel Fox 700. Standings after four nights leading with 51 Dack shoes 47 Salisbury House 47 Gibson s lanes 44 Western sound 43 Weston s bread 41 Etthel Rennie 32 and St. James lanes is. Weston s took Over a possible City record of team High single. St. James Bill Faith 178 Terry Klumak 124 313 de Hamel 7w a afro Ataman Chuk 711 Kay Klumak 716 a Maclennan 705 Don Kurtz 702 306 Bill Hartley 669 and Chart Macleta " Ross Miri byc bantams Jour Pawl Millar m7 355, 252, Doug Miller 657 Leniert Derek Edgar 778 308, Graham Eddie 721 Bert Piseitelli Terry Voss Eric Ladoski 659 and Kevin Mccaw 653. Good singles Eleanor Kroeker 281 Myrle Elliott 244 and Wendy Golembiski 239. Bob Neufeld 711 Andy Kolodka 705 279, Mclarty 644 Danny Scrapneck 661 293 and Russel Morrow 660. St. James Senier men Garry 834 Alt praites 834 315, Ken Abbott 830 328, Gord Kelman 806 Gord Plyley 789 Karl Kleppe 728 Barry land 728 Ron Riopka 723 Berle Guy 722 Ray Maclennan 716 and Tom Woodward 716. Guards now film Saratoga Gord Robinson 130 Roy Laham 735 John Weller 305 and Stan Reid 656 Good Tingle Herb Wimmer 786. Cusac mix at two weeks Mike Buruga 835 Terry Tesluk 772 lil Keenen 766 Mike husky 754 Dennis Braun 745 Walter Zapp 737 Bill Kuzik 731 Sandy Skerpon 722, 709 John Strahl 715 Bill Kov 706 and Diane Capar Imperial Wisny Johnson s23 sue Redding 706 Diane Wilson 705 Bev Lamonica 702 Scotty Glendenning 681 Pat Whitman 677 and Helen Peters 641. Uptown lanes took Over High three 3.492. Victory a Ltd Chuck Golding 781 Agnes Golding 724 Joe Squires 675 Bob Lemon 663 and Norm Mackie 657. Bowled at Polo Park lanes. St. Anne s mixed St. James John Jones 785 Bud Smith 716 Jim Mcclelland 702 Wayne Wolansky 687 and Jack Smith 684. Lad ies Best Les Meriner 747 fort Rouge legion two weeks Bob Sypulski 742 Frank Grande 692 John mls Avish 664. Good singles Bill Keary 299, Ken Clark 293 and Carol Mayea 247. Special Dot by Cham 528 161, 209, 158 with 128 average. Bowled at Park alleys. Broadway mixed Lou Mcdougall 739 Wally Epp 708 Charlie Galle 707 John Mattis 700 Irwin Connon 675 Alex Mcmillan 671 Bob Stewart 670 Rita Serblin 669 325-ladies High Casey Valkenburg 664 Epp team hold High single and Galle High three letter carriers mixed Bill 728 Tom Sweet 718 Don Cobb 711 Frank itch 693 Pete Harapiak 691 Rose Mary Davies 681 Bill Pielou 687 de Cropo 662 Bob Davies 654 and Lawrence Anderson 653. Public service Alliance Jake Kraus 720 Roy Graham 701 Phil Wright 685 John Noll 679 300 and Al Sturgess 655. High lady Christ Zur Stegge 627. Windsor Ian a Ltd two weeks Stu Vennard 705 Reid Vennard 673 Elly Mulvey 681 Don Mclean 681 and Doris Neuer Tam. Windsor a Ltd wed 9-11 Gilbert Malo 659 and Judy Burnell 651. Good single father Bill Bouchard. Windsor sunday a Ltd Dick la framboise 664 and Pat Carpenter 644. Hawk eyes and rams hog Star spotlight sweat and Strain Royal Stewart whose company is Supply ing air the equipment for the world invitational gymnastics tourney nov. 10 11-12 at Winnipeg Arena tests parallel bars. Looking on is technical and facilities member Les Woodcock. Leading gymnasts will compete from six countries. In qualifiers needed for ladies Spiel ladies rinks interested Curling in the ladies Centenni Al Cash Bonspiel Are asked to enter for the qualifying round which wih be held at the High Lander Curling club nov. 7-8. Rinks reaching the fours of the a or b groups will be Eligi ble for the Spiel on nov. 14 -15 and part of the prize Money. Defending Champion Joyce Mckee of Saskatoon will be Back to defend her title. For More information phone 222-9816 or 888-2444. Billiard sweeps recorded St. James St. George s and Rockwood 1 All chalked up sweeps on opening night of the veterans English billiards league s 49th season. Earl Graham Jim Simm and Harry Robins won for St. James Jack Beattie Ken Harries and Warde Tulloch won for St. George s and John Linley Mike Domanski and Lou Breland came through for Rockwood a. N. Garry won two games Over Charleswood with Tom Ferguson and Bob Carter Lead ing the Way. De. Jones won for Charleswood. Jock Smith and Peter Ken Nedy won games for fort Rouge 2 with George Harper coming through for fort Rouge Bill Fry and Andy Anderson led a. N. Young 1 past a. N. Young 2 despite the work of Bill Watt Don Ball and Jack Martin led Weston 2 past Wes ton 1 which got a win from Bill City Bell. Tom Hargreaves and Stan Carman were tops for Winnipeg 2 in a 2-1 win Over Winnipeg 1 who got a win from Bud Carman. Ray Dewsbury and Harry re Pata were winners for St. Vital 2 while Alex Kelman saved graded Winnipeg Hawk eyes and Kami locked in a playoff final series dominated the 1970 All Star selection in the Manitoba Saskatchewan Junior foot Ball league. Hawk eyes who took a nine Point Edge in the two game total Point series with a 30-21 win sunday in Winnipeg placed nine men on the All Star team and rams had 10. Saskatoon hilltops Cana Dian Junior champions last year placed six on the team selected by coaches and players of the four member league. Winnipeg hods had no All stars. There was a tie for offensive halfback be tween Gord Johnson of Sas Katoon and Bob Kerr of the bams. Hawk eyes who finished the regular season with 10 Points one More than second place bams had quarterback Bud Harden full Back Jim Ballance and half Back Gord Paterson among the All stars. Bams All stars Are split evenly Between offensive and defensive players with three linemen among the latter. The teams ends and flankers Gord Kraemer Henry Schubach Larry Giles offensive line Dieter Hopkinson Slobodzian Patterson Fielding Pelzer bae Pratt Brian Jones Hill Don Tingle Ian Schaefer offensive backs Bud Harden Gord Paterson Gord Johnson hilltops and Bob Kerr bams Jim Ballance defensive line Alex Nicolson John Otten Berg Brian gloss Don Bent Ham linebackers Garry we son George hop Kinson Tony Husli John a Minsky Harry Slobodzian defensive backs Dan Fielding Sandy Strome Doug Brant Hawk eyes and bams re sume their playoff this sat urday in Regina. Bosons sitting pretty admits coach Janzen first race one mile Pace 5 Ronnie Cash k. Anderson. Can get Job done 7 miss Lucky Star Stoppler. The main threat 2 lady Bird c get show spot 1 Aksum if he does t break 4 lincolns Arrow shown nothing 3 Alexis Doc de Jong. Can t recommend 6 Daynie s Princess be an upset 8 a f sinuous also ran by Kent Gilchrist i should be borne Laid Jan second race one mile Pace 5 Horrell Freddie Best Here 1 Rusty counsellor 0. Dorward rail should help 8 Larry Lincoln for part 7 naughty Nanci get a share 4 Lucky seven up i Lotaire Only an outside Chance 6 Queen s Avalon k. Hanson would fetch a Price 3 Grattan George also ran 2 mighty Oakie also ran third race one mile Pace 1 Rusty Kirk Dunlop gets the nod 2 glory Bea Patch Hulbert. Should be close 4 prudent Mary j Cox. Fair Effort in last 5 Avalon Baker outside Chance 6 counsel bus improve this rating 7 j Dee s Joy Loo shot 8 Ray Rees Surprise 3 Flatwood Delgen w. Pagel. Pass or. Henry Janzen the Man who has put together the Best University football team in can Ada took time out for a Little Day dreaming session in his of fice at the University of Mani Toba student Union building tuesday. Although the perpetually pessimistic Janzen hated to admit it he is optimistic about the u of m bosons chances of winning the Western Canada inter collegiate athletic association for the third year in succession. We Are sitting in the Best possible position right now. With Alberta Golden bears toss to Calgary dinosaurs last Satur Day All ire have to do is win out next two fames and we fourth race one mile Pace St. Vital 1 from total defeat. Grace Hamlin Heads Portage lady golfers Portage la Prairie tons be set up in june and to special Grace Hamlin is i hold crazy Daze in sep he new president of the por Timber when weather Condi age ladies Golf club. Mrs tons were More Ideal Junior Hamlin succeeds Phoebe Chris membership representative 8 Cassie Khan have no trouble 5 Champ Lethel lady k. San pm makes Quinella 3 Missy Bee Lincoln r. or. Has Chance 2 to Anns boy a threat 4 Nechak Rudol Morisseau paces some fair races 1 Jove last Start 6 widower Pat improve rating 7 tit Aness d. Anderson. Would be an upset fifth race one mile Pace Royal can. Legion med Smith j Tianson. Other officers for the 111 Bill Mcdonald 110 Harry Cooke corny Carpenter 750 Mike Harris 706 Rick Rafter 702 Eric Postl Walte Bill and Cliff Wishart St. James byc three weeks Roy Winger 7w Ron Riopka 790 715 Brian Smith Larry Riopka 709, migrant Iverson 491 and Lynn Jones 474 Judy Newton supervisor. Askew car Golf Champ Eric Askew Defeated John blues in a playoff to win the group a championship at the car Weston shops Golf tournament. Group b Winner was Barry 1971 season include Kay Mabon As first vice president Dorthy Carlisle second vice president Edythe Sharp Secretary and three treasurer Marion Dahl girls. Mildred Narvey reported Only one tournament and due to poor weather conditions Only a Field of 12 girls took part including committee Heads accepting office were Lillian Russell on Handicap Swaine for House entertainment Eileen Ford food Nadean Roe Archi vist Alice Smith phoning Mavis Rabkin and Pollyanne weday for publicity. Fifty six ladies turned out for the Centennial Windup include rain drenched Portage 1 Mac c Hal easier company 6 thunders Pride Smit will hang Tough 4 Guy Adios Riggs or alas capable of All 8 Nipper g g. despite Post 7 Michie Pointer Mcdanel generally gets a share 5 bid Richard t shown much 3 Alma b Pointer for an airing 2 Bye darn too Tough sixth race one mile face 3 master Yates narrow Edge c Gretchen abbe pm. Will hang Tough s Duchess Paradise k. Could win it All the letter Box dear sir approximately 100 twelve year old were stricken with for As they read Tow horrible regarding their future in last paper. Apparently no boy Over Lander age of ten Safe from the Wrath of the almighty . If he onto the ice without Tow express per Mission of the president himself Tho Type hard to imagine in today society but is what can happen when responsible people forget that will be boys and Start using children to satisfy their own frustrated dreams of zen who has been both Trad More than slightly by injuries and a slow starting offence in his club s four straight wins this season. One of the reasons Janzen is optimistic about his club s chances of winning its next two games is that they Are both going to be played in file Friendly confines of University of Manitoba pan am stadium. The first of those two will be played saturday at 2 . And another fact which allows Jan zen to Day dream is that Satur Day s contest win be against the ubic thurid Erwardi. The same club bosons thumped 46-2 in Vancouver just a couple of weeks ago. Saturday s game will be just one of the Many sports featured during u of m s Homecoming weak. Janzen has four players Nurs ing injuries but considers three of them will be healthy enough to play saturday. His Only real doubtful starter is defensive tackle Clint Evans who is hobbled with a sore ankle. If Clint is unable to Man oeuvre come saturday Jack Galbraith will move Over from his defensive end position full Back Bob Toogood win be called upon to go both ways at Galbraith s spot and his accustomed offensive spot and 4 Ricky Pointer a threat 1 High widow thong so and the rail 5 Tiona direct in few. Can t be overlooked 2 mickeys Pride argue with these 7 be direct at a Price seventh race one mile Pace outgoing president Phoebe Christiansen noted that membership was Down Over last year but praised the work of committee Heads As Well As the Volunteer work of Morris har Rison for his work on the club House. A gift on behalf of the ladies Golf club was presented to Greaves just ahead of Peter Kay Mabon suggested that wa4. A sluts w a to Fol j Ccu ing three ladies who strolled j Adrienne Marsh in appreciation through a Maze of Multi coloured of her services and Devotion to leaves to play nine holes of Golf the club. Adrienne in rather Cool temperatures. In reports from committees. Malanchak and Michael Pastock. Greaves also won us Kede 36 Bole tournament in a playoff with Neil Mclucas. Flights in ladies club compete registration jokes suggests direct settlement plans to practice Golf at the coast for a s Winny d ale Besom seeking 3rd straight i Jean javelin dose 7 Ebony Frisco have to be caught 4 timely tip Peak form 2 mighty Force be overlooked 5 Lentsch boy in last 3 Daves Pat on Best Effort 1 Gallant Anderson j. today eighth race one mile Pace 6 Nechak Mary Maris sea. Can get Job done 7 tiny Forbes s the Quinella 5 w 0 Pointer menace the above 4 Happy Richard Green figures for part i 8 Lindsey Joe t be dismissed 1 misty Glen r. Or. Moving up in class 2 Kara tee fetch a Price 3 straight flush Mccoy. Some other time a group of interested citizens have arranged a sunday league far More gifted 12 and under hockey players in the metro area and have carefully arranged the schedule so that it will not conflict with the . Schedule. However it seems that the ., rather than offering guid Ance to this group. To take action against the children involved thus reducing even More the calibre of the Only sanctioned league in metropolitan Winnipeg. Meanwhile the rest of the world on and smiles knowing that Only in Winnipeg where we have such Sterling hockey leadership could a ridiculous thing happen. It would seem that the duty of our self appointed should be to improve not Only the Quantity but also the Quality of minor hockey i our City. It race a Long hot Winter. A hockey fatties he will be spelled at fullback by Bob Tonto Johnson. Janzen is also considering giving three rookies Kim Sola Louis parian and Nick Lafolla a Good shot at Evans position. The other three players Nurs ing injuries Are defensive tackle Jim Carlson Middle line Backer gel Bramwell and Al most definite a Ciao All Star flanker defensive Back bothered by shoulder difficulties and Lodewyks is still having trouble with an ankle he sprained against thunderbird Janzen however in t worried that the three will miss the opening whistle saturday. Should Lodewyks be unable to play he would still be highly rated for All Star recognition As both flanker and defensive Back. Henry is tied with Cal Gary quarterback Joe Petrone in the a Ciao scoring Derby with 28 Points on four touch Downs and a two Point conver Sion. He is also the league Leader in punt returns pass receptions and first or second in pass interceptions. Janzen who hates thinking ahead of his next Fame even took time out to consider who the bosons opposition would be for the Western bowl which annually is played Host to by the act a. This year the Ontario Quebec athletic association will be the visitors. You remember Mcgill redmen the team bosons beat last season for the Canadian title it does to look however As if the redmen will Grace u of a or for that matter any other a Ciao Campus this year. My Gill rated the no. 1 College team in Canada by top ten was vanquished rather convincingly by Toronto blues Satur Day. And blues who were tied with bosons in the top ten poll last week for second place appear to be headed West for the Western bowl Janzen who is convinced his players have enough Pride not to get complacent saturday against ubic and the following week with second place Alberta is just As Happy meeting the Henry Lodewyks. Eventual Osaa Champion on Carlson and Bramwell Are bosons Home Field. Mohawks open Camp red Deer Coo. Dora Brownridge and the no tents of a letter from Gordon vice flight to Sylvia Boonos. Jenckes director of j in the medal and match play the Canadian Amateur Fotheringham took the top i _ _ few years come Back and win Al the loot club awards were presented to the following members Best bet Torkells f1eddie championship flight trophy to j Nack fast Ruth Guichon first flight to Lois Fotheringham second j Post Twe 7 flight to Sherry Ridley third to . Friday for Bantam midget minor and midget major Das there a Fol be a two door charge for registry Tiftz. An coaches managers Are invited to attend. More sport on Page 52 Mike Romas on target a Etc Tony s Frank s fruit took three games Iron Mon Fier Stanger. The most re Shefl recently in the mercantile Handicap trophy was won. Tea pin league with Mike balance. George Smith track ing took and three games from metro sporting goods while modern dairies won two from by Type. Uniroyal took bowl took Portage do Sioux Afton Ift Monte Casano Here tuesday by Zadean Roe. The ringer i Romas blasting a Brif first said be has to at Hori Board a division Omner was 233, in the Wai Odd game Fra Allied shot a s and moved them to i ism me game Achl Wroe release of three fee ringer b division Pruner of Faatasi safes who managed new Hargrave ubi Ppd was Cherryl Maxwell who fired Only one we hmm Gay shoes. Moj acts for one games n c and Dave a. Kad an 87. A vices said m Tike letter fat her was Rafik guck on far fee read the be of tort Nestoss Girts a Road wit re teak or Fri Diatte Wistol a Mav feel Faes St Femi free Cha rfcs Rymers i fee Altai emf final last win Pei Casip thursday Witt Ream if payers Back the Feu. Mohawks win feet the Westien finl to Siena ii jets if straight raves after i Aram the mate inca be Star Hae key Leagy have Gary que Salitza better Wilh Barry Grimy Dave Lego mite Mckeav Rie. Write wrote i Aari Dave Back is year. He lint practice starts at if at Bert iced aran a crested players Are a at Luid. Shortage of funds could kill test . Up the territorial experimental ski training program test ment of health and welfare financed the test plan. More than 250 Indian Eskimo faces a critical shortage of i and Metis youngsters now Are foods and coach Borger v. Pet a taking part in the program Tersen has asked canadians for training up to six Days a week help. I the Young skiers went to backing his plea with a prom Europe last Winter but before ise that he win personally do they left they skied every Day Nate to the cause Petter-1 in temperatures which at times sen says the program must con dipped under 35 degrees below Fame because it is a key that Zero. Inuvik has Ivi months of can unlock the human potential darkness but the youngsters of the Indian Eskimo and Metis Practised after dark Over a people of the North. Kilometre course Shimi Atod by the program has a 1970-71 Iso Watt Light bulbs set of on budget of it has been log tripods. There Are no Trees i promised Bat More than Tan enough to use for Light must be raised for re posts. J search development and Rac in 1967-68, the 29-member ing. Test team skied More than i Pettersen says the program Miles in training and has been a athletic so Cess raced in 45 races. In Tike Cana 1 hot More important the efforts Dian Junior Cross cuu atry chant Rugby results wat be in a a general Amiga Jug of fee Wal to Btu u at a a linux. Tete a Jelfas test dedication education and Bard Pion ships at the Lakehead they work of the Young native skiers captured the first five places in has set an extraordinary sex the girls Dass and pot five a pfc for other Northern month skiers in the top 1c, into dog to first place in the class. The proc raw bad pcs a us Bas bees done for m 1965 Rev. J. M0w compared wifi Ore Catow Etc Pryst. Of other programs says Patno dowed Cross Cra Fry Ottiss Pettersen. It Cost Canada Wiere As recreation Tor teen agers who s2 to produce lived in tast efe attend no a War Crewe. Be at uses says reason cart m greeted Ike West Ftfe Ewart to Pragman franc of Farri

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