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Around Bay Ridges <br />by Pat Lloyd <br />K11F:TTE CLUB OF BAV RIDGES <br />The regular monthly dinner meeting of the Kinette Club of <br />Bay Ridges was held at the Annandale Golf and Country Club <br />on Tues. Nov. 13th. <br />A very impressive initiation ceremoney was conducted by <br />Kinettes Christine Muir and Doreen Wilek. Two Kinettes Iva <br />Everett and June Cremer were initated. <br />Don't forget. Sat. Dec. Ist is the Kinsmen Sanata Claus <br />Parade starting at 10 a.m. at Holy Redeemer School and <br />proceeding to Sheridan Mall. <br />DESIGN A CHRISTMAS CARD CONGEST <br />This contest is open to all school age children and is spon- <br />sored by the I.G.A. Plaza merchants. <br />All entries must be submitted on 8 1/2" x 11" plain white <br />paper or bristol board. <br />All entries must have printed clearly on the back student's <br />name, age grade and school. <br />All entries must be submitted by Dec. Ist to the Pickering <br />Library. Bay Ridges Plaza. Designs must be original and all <br />entries will be displayed at the library. <br />CO N'TEST PRIZES <br />Group t - Grades 1 to 4: Ist prize, table tennis set: 2nd prize, <br />skates. 3rd prize. flyer tobaggan: hon. mention (2) word <br />game. <br />Group 2 - Grades 5 to 8. Ist prize - Polariod camera: 2nd prize <br />- skates: 3rd prize - AM/FNI transistor radio: hon mention <br />42) - L.P. record of your choice. <br />All Entrants will receive a free pen. <br />(:.\l' L%DIES BOWLING LEAGUE <br />Team Standings: <br />Die Hards. 52: The Aces, 40: Hell's Belles. 37: Dolly's <br />Polly-;. 37. Pin Ups, 37: The Damn -2- Pins. 37: The Spin <br />ners. 26: Happy Hookers, 26: The Five Pickers. 24: The <br />Lobo's. 24: The Misses, 20: Untouchables. 18. <br />Last week was the end of the First Series and <br />congratualsions go to the Die Hardsand the Aces on winning <br />the first series. The rest of you had better pull up your socks <br />as the next round is about to begin. <br />TOP TEN %VERAGE` <br />Gail Scott. 196: Dolly Clements. 191: Jeanne Potts, 189. <br />Helen !Milroy, 188: Kathie Hew•ie. 184: Pat Lloyd, 184: Jan <br />Anderson. 17-7; Lou Hills, 177: Doreen :Mackey. 176; Janette <br />Tasse. 174. <br />OVER -40 FLAT <br />Jeanne Potts, _M. ) & 224: Suzanne Sekuhch. : RoseBrown. <br />206: Vivian Holly, 214: Gabrielle Muller, 210: Dolly <br />Clements. 256. Gail Scott. 211: Helen Milroy. 203: Joan <br />Mc•Roht-rts. 20:3. Marg Bradbury, 202; Vi Archibald, 200. <br />RELATED %%NIN'ERS%1CV <br />Best wishes on your anniversary to Cecil and Ruth Crow of <br />%tor Ave. Cecil and Ruthcelebrated their 271h anniversary <br />on toc 12th. <br />PASSE 1) A%Ali" <br />Thomas Manlev died suddenly at his honie on Sun. Nov. <br />lath, in Bav Ridges. He was the beloved husband of Helen <br />Bay Ridges Hockey Results <br />The Big M Drive -In <br />Restaurant's winning steak <br />was halted at six games as <br />the Bay Ridges Minor Pee <br />Wee club ended up on the <br />short end of a 4 to 2 score <br />with Chinguacousy and <br />dropped a 4 to 3 heart- <br />breaker to Peterborough. <br />The hamburger Kings <br />rebounded to defeat Oshawa <br />4 to I at the Civic Auditorium <br />and administered a 5 to 0 <br />waxing to Ajax at the Art <br />Thompson Arena. <br />The line of Kyle Shore, <br />Robbie Cannon and Derek <br />Erickson took some of the <br />pressure off of the Joe <br />Vernoy-Pat Maguire -Ken <br />VanTienen troika with big <br />games against Peter- <br />borough. Chinguacousy and <br />Oshawa. while Mike Costello <br />and Roy Williamson picked <br />up t he scoring slack with fine <br />solo efforts in the Ajax en- <br />counter. <br />Craig Hesketh and Glenn <br />Healy continued their <br />stalwart play between the <br />pipes, while John Wedlake <br />and David Fretz anchored an <br />improving defensive <br />brigade. <br />Lindsay 4 - Scotts Kentucky - <br />3 <br />The Bay Ridges boys <br />delighted their fans in <br />Lindsay on Sat. toa fast hard <br />checking game. It was <br />anybody's game until the <br />dying minutes when Lindsay <br />managed to put one in the <br />net. Robbie Ferris and <br />Howie Galbraith shared the <br />nets, with each doing a <br />superb job. The fans saw <br />some Rreat Roils by both <br />teams. <br />Bay Ridges opened the <br />scoring with a goal by Scott <br />Kilpatrick assisted by Mike <br />Burke. Mike Simms came <br />through with two more, one <br />assisted by Mark Stamco. <br />Mike's second goal was <br />netted unassisted from the <br />blue line. <br />Bay Ridges PMA Bantams <br />played three games last <br />week. The first on Mon. at <br />Don Beer, against Whitby <br />was a fast exciting encounter <br />and Ridges came out with a 2 <br />to 2 tie. Jeff Ramsey opened <br />the scoring early, with an <br />unassisted goal at 16:04 in <br />the first period. Bruce <br />Jenkins and Glen Hurcom <br />played a superb game in the <br />nets, stopping 26 shots. then <br />at 11:20 of the second period, <br />Gary Dunning popped in a <br />Thurs. Nov. 22nd, 1973 THE POST Page 11 <br />goal from Chris Hill and <br />Rick Pellerone giving us a <br />tie and the fans a great <br />exhibition of hockey at its <br />best, <br />On Thurs. West Rouge <br />came out victorious with a 4 <br />to 2 win over Ridges. Ridges <br />counters were scored by <br />Henry Vernoy from Rick <br />Pellerone and Steve Cook <br />from Jerry Durst and Jeff <br />Ramsey. <br />Then on Sun. Nov. 11th, Bay <br />Ridges travelled to Cobourg <br />for a league game. Cobourg <br />caught Ridges napping and <br />scored 5 goals to give us a 5 <br />to 2 defeat. Bay Ridges <br />scorers were Henry Vernoy <br />and Alan Ribee. Both goals <br />were unassisted and showed <br />good personal effort. Both <br />(goalies were outstanding and <br />did a good job in the crease. <br />Durham Lords Lose Again <br />The Durham Lords hockey <br />club seems to have a habit of <br />Letting their opposition score <br />in the double figures <br />nowadays. On Tues. Nov. <br />13th, it was Trent University <br />who scored seven goals in <br />the second period on their <br />way to a convincing 12 to 1 <br />exhibition win. <br />Shots on goal were in favour <br />of Trent as they outshot the <br />Lords 38 to 18, Trent's first <br />three shots scored in the first <br />period. <br />Scoring Durham's only goal <br />Manley, the father of Jerry Manley and grandfather of <br />Heather and Scott. <br />Mr. Manley will long be remembered and greatly missed by <br />the man• children who visited him whenever possible for a <br />chat over Itw years he has lived in our area. <br />was John Orlecki, <br />unassisted, as he tied the <br />game I to I early in the first <br />period. Scoring goals for <br />Trent were Mike Laurin, Jim <br />Burnidse, and Cam Ar- <br />cheson with two goals <br />apiece, and singles went to <br />Don McGregor, Mike <br />Poirier. Don McGillts. Paul <br />Racine. Eric Terbenche, and <br />Paul Bedford. 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