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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 27, 1982, Winnipeg, Manitoba enora By Marvin McDonald Fort Gatty Blues threw a hammer lock oft Kenora thistles last night at century Blues scored a punishing 72 win to take a 30 lead in the bestofseven Manitoba Junior Hockey League quar terfinal They appear capable of applying the finishing stranglehold tomorrow night in the fourth game at We want to put them away quickly and earn a rest for the said Mark who scored what proved to be the winning goal for the Blues at of the second peri Selkirk Steelers also shipped at the jugular of Portage f errters by winning the third straight game of their series by a convincing 103 they can wrap up the series tomorrow night in Pottage la Grant Zimmerman and Ron Goodman scored two goals apiece to pace James Canadians to an S4 win over defending provincial cham pion Boniface Saints at the Civic in the Kings post ed their first win of the a 75 decision over Winkler Canadians and Flyers lead their se ries 21 and will be the host for the fourth game tomorrow We just got beat by a better said Gerald coach of the this Scott Mills paced the scoring two firyaff Andy Ris Butch Barkwell and Magel nier were the other Dave Ferguson and David Lamp shire replied for Blues were assessed nine of 17 minoir Dave Boulton of thistles made 38 14 less than his counterpart Scott Kevin Bartleys two goals sparked Jules Dale Jeff Mark Mike Ma Ron Mark Fenez and Mike Kelly added the other Shafle Moffatt scored twice for ter riers Don Getty added the other Bob Ken Dwayne Cann and Doug Buxton were the other goal getters to help Canadians expand their 32 firstperiod lead to 43 after 40 Ray Derek todoruk and Ken Petrash replied for In Merv Fontaine scored twice to pace Blair Perry Kevin Trent Graham and Kevin Hedley addded the other Jim Kryscow paced scoring Daryl Brian Thomson and Joey Mutcheson were the other From the news services Italy Secondseeded Vitas Gerulaitas of United States the semifinals of a Championship tennis tourna yesterday with a 63 victory over fifth seed Tomas Smid of Czecho In an earlier quarterfinal Vijay Amritraj of India overcame eighthseeded Bill Scanlon of In a mild seventhseeded Bas ter Mottram of Great Britain gained the semifinals by beating thirdseeded Balaz taroczy of Hungary Aim to find reliable aid BOStON the fundraiser for the Marathon said yesterday his ef forts to attract sponsors are aimed at obtaining more reliable support and not at turning the amateur race into a professional All the major marathons in the world have sponsorship activities and theyre still totally viewed as amateur said Boston lawyer Marshall If having sponsorship oppor tunities for an amateur event makes it a nonamateur then we better just forget about the Olympics and the PanAmerican He said much of the previous support given to the marathon has been in the form of goods and services rather than the Prudential Insurance has provided much of the Conigliaro improved BOSTON the neurological condi tion of Tony the former Red Sox outfielder who suffered a massive attack has improved during the last his doctor said Roman DeSanctis Conig liaro now follows people in the room with his and he obeys simple such as orders to open and close his Doctors are slightly encouraged by his but they say the chances for a recoyery remain though remotely Rookie Rizzo fires 65 Rookie Patti Rizzo shot a careerlow sevenunderpar 65 yesterday to take a fourstroke lead over Janet Coles after two rounds of a Ladies Professional Golf Association SPORTS BRIEFS who turned pro last finished with seven birdies to break the Randolph North Municipal Course rec ord for women by two birdied five holes on the back nine of the course including the final three for a two round total of tied the firstround shot a second twounderpar 70 yester dayto move into second Defending champion Nancy Lopez Melton is in an eightway tie for fifth at Stadler expands lead MIAMI Craig Stadler birdied two of his last three holes with shots I didnt expect to to finish off a 69 that expanded his lead to two strokes yesterday in the second round of the DoralEastern Open golf tour a winner at the Tucson Open and bidding to become the first two time champion of the young reached the tournaments halfway point with a 135 He was nine under par for two trips over the Blue Monster course at the Doral Country It was a pretty solid said the chunky guy called The by his fellow I just hung in I was got those couple of birdies at the end and came out of it with a pretty good Andy who missed most of last season with a hand hit his first drive of the day into the but recovered for a 69 that left him at Jack Nicklaus holed out a 98yard pitching wedge second shot for an eagletwo on the fifth but could do no better than a 71 that left him at 138 three shots It was a more difficult day to play Nicklaus said of the gusty winds that raked he Im not unhappy with the way I Its a reasonable score today not a great but a reasonable score and Im still in reasonable He was tied at sixunder par with Mike who oneputted 12 times on the way to a Jim Nelford of was seven strokes back of Stadler after firing a 70 for a 142 Klldonan Easts Sherry Kiliwinik dribbles past Patti Phillips of River East last hang on for win By Allan Besson River East Kodiaks survived a dis asterous third quarter that saw thera outscored 2511 to hang on for an 8074 victory over kildonan East Reivers and draw first Wood ift the Kildonan Conference bestofthree var sity boys basketball final series yes terday at River In the varsity girls the Ko diaks beat the Reivers We sank only 19 of 42 free and most of those were said Kodiaks coach Gord They Kildonan East played a good 141 and we didnt adjust to it the way we should We tightened up when they began to come back and started pulling the string on our The fourth quarter saw the Kodiaks regain their composure but it wasnt until John Klassen sank two layups and a free throw in the last 32 seconds that the game was actually on Taking the pass from guard Mike Schween under their own Curt Bauer passed to Klassen under the Reivers and the 6foot3 forward made no mistakes on both Klassen finished the game with 25 Bauer had 20 and Schween Neil Eden scored 29 for Kildonan East and Andy Kostynuik had In the girls Brenda Boroski led River East with 21 points and Tanis fresh off an ankle scored 16 and pulled in seven re Were reallyplaying well now that we have Tanis said Kodiaks Dick J Loreen Cleaver had 21 points for Kildonan East and Linda Tataryn had By Jeff Blair University of Manitoba womens basketball coach Addy Ryngach has always felt the key to the University of Winnipeg Wesmen was Cheryl Kry Last it was Kryluks 27 points that unlocked the door to a 7872 victory for the Wesmen over Ryngachs Bisons in an exciting first game of the bestof UNIVERSITY ROUNDUP three Great Plains Athletic Conference womens basketball final at Riddell The Wesmen had to fight for this one Loeb scores three as Knights romp Kevlin Loeb scored three goals as River East Royal Knights blasted Seven Oaks Raiders 101 in last nights only Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League Grant Link and George Jacques had two goals apiece for River Dave Dave Lenky and Glen Johnson completed Kris Halaikos scored Seven Oaks lone spoiling Gary Michalicks shutout bid in the third Two bronze medals Rob Astwood and Alana both of PanAm captured bronze medals yesterday in three metre events at the western Canadian diving championships in Astwood competed in the 1112year old boys class and Friesen earned her bronze in the 10andunder Frie sens total exceeded the previous west ern Canadian agegroup but was still only goodenough for a Mark Fromsbn finished fourth in the boys 1112 class and David Lee was fifth in the 1517 boys Turbos keep turning Chicago Blower Turbos stretched their record to 170 by thumping Kelvin Grads 11684 in Division 1 play in the Greater Winnipeg Mens Basketball Jim Bauer paced Turbos with 40 Don Lamonts 23 points could help LOCAL ROUNDUP meet again Wednesday at kildonan East beginning at 6 U Other results against a team thats much better than most people give it credit And the intense Kryluk isnt a badf person to have on your team in type of a In the Kryluks their main Ryngach Shes the who makes the aggressive Too1 often we let down on her defensive iy I wasnt surprised at but was surprised at how we Kryluk We were year we were expected to DENVFR Ivan The Wesmen ied 3029 at the half splendid victory over the Rockieslast 19 points Foster appeared to score H ana Kelly tying goal at of the Canucks nudge North End Rockets from dropping a 8478 decision to Boniface Robert Panquin had 19 points for Ken Barry tossed in i leaguehigh 48 points as Vital Patrons lost 9795 to eolfpack in Division 5 Kelowna event site has been named the site of the 1982 Purolator Challenge Cup hockey tournament April The Purolator Challenge Cup is em blematic of the Western Canadian ban tam hockey Last years inaugural tournament was won by the Winnipeg South represent ing Tulsa agree Winnipeg Jets of the National Hock ey League have signed a new agree ment as parent club of Tulsa Ice officials of the Central Hockey League team announced After the Oilers received a promise of funds from an anonymous Tulsa officials of the Jets agreed to put a substantial amount of money into Bea Dyce added 15 for the while Diana Quartel had 13 and Karen A total of 50 fouls were called in the 26 of them to The name of our game is and we cant do that when a fouls called every time someone is an upset Wesmen coach Tom Kendall nto A 4 Rockies 3 Referee Kerry Fraser ruled Foster jhad slapped the puck with his glove and the i The score was tied 11 after one The teams meet tonight at If a as the teams exchanged short third game is it will goals Colorados by Foster played tomorrow at Vancouvers by Gary Last night in the mens GPAC The Canucks surged to a 31 ball also at Riddell twice in the final of the the Wesmen wasted the University of period on goals by Curt Fraser Regina Cougars in three games byfiand stan Smy identical 153 scores to advance to their A Colorado closed the gap at of the traditional meeting with the period on a goal by Dave Ca The bestofthree affair gets under way Slneron before Boldirev connected at today at 3 Bob Lorimer narrowed it to one The Manitoba women clobbered Relfoal aSain at before Fosters gina 154 to advance to final against Winnipeg starting a group of investors spent at 1 itfVi hours talking business with Rock In GPAC hockey the Brandon owner Peter but did University Bobcats dropped the reach a final purchase men 84 at Pioneer while the There has been a meeting of the Cougars scored six goals in the final 24 on prices and said Fred minutes to drop the Bisons 61 in a member of the Rockies board Brandon and Winnipeg directors and a Denver financier again tonight at jijvVho has led the move to keep the club In mens the Wesmen We basically have been Eakin signs Flames pact Centre Bruce Eakin got more than an invitation from Calgary Flames wholl dress for Calgary in tonights Nation al Hockey League encounter with Philadelphia also received a threeyear worth an estimated a Eakin rested last night as his Saskatoon Blades registered a 74 Western Hockey League win over Brandon Wheat In other WHL Calgary Wranglers edged Regina Pats Lethbridge Broncos whitewashed Billings Bighorns 70 and Seattle Breakers whipped Portland Winter Hawks has produced 37 goals and added 98 assists in 56 games this season with Hes the WHLs thirdleading scorer and was a member of Canadas world champion junior hockey Eakin started his junior career with James Canadians of the Manitoba Junior Hockey He then choose Wisconsin over 17 other scholarship but lasted just one month at the He missed two months of the 1980Sl season with but was impressive enough to be drafted on the 10th round of the amateur draft by the f the1 club and to supply 18 quality in mens the Wesmen we oasicany n players next principal owner were blitzed 7847 by technical Mark Ebenhack Thunder Summary page 44 I VWre Loslfegos BOOK NOW SEATS AVAILABLE FOR MARCHAPRIL AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT FOR MORE INFORMATION LEW MILES US VEGAS CHARTERS AGENT OUT Cf TOWN C ALL COOECT EARLY i AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY SCHOOLS SUMMER HOCKEY SCHOOLS JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER DETROIT WINNIPEG MINNESOTA CANADA KTMITUUnS SMUTS AIW MMKNCC AMMVM4MI MCKEY PUYIIS I H 48 WELCOME Enloitrt by UM Mwt of tfhalfam Lullii fOVfC MfOn8 wfWf Wnn MM PrpltMtenil btwvction Iw to product mu Wayne Pkmlnj Director of Coach of ProHockey InatrMctton Hodwc School tor God Teocfwj Adult Recreational Skill Accelerated Skills Progrim Detroit Sept Summer Hockey Games Bruce Soullirtn Coach Winnipeg Wfurkys WHL SPRING HOCKEY AND CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY SCHOOLS B UOX 411 WINNIHt MANIIOBA HH J IHONk I I HUb LEARN TO PLAY THE PROFESSIONAL WAY Drive a Little Save a Lot NELSON LUSWELMD 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