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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IE7HUIOGE HEXAID April 1, ANDY CAPP WHAT'S THIRTEEN SIX POOJO TENS, AN6 THIRTY-NINE FNE POUND SIXTEEN AN1 SKK? IT'S WOsEUr MAKE GUTTER INCCME TAX TrtW a B f AV4KE THEFUPWO INCOME.' BRN3 IT PET AN1 I'LL. JX3IT Buttle For Playoff Continues North Stars Move Past Oakland Seals PW, College Students Strut Their Stuff Weekend Rodeo Action By THE CANADIAN VKESS Minnesota Norlh Stars' poor National Hockey League record Ihis season has often been blamed on the slow develop- ment of some of their younger players, but Bill Collins is one who won't stand still long enough lor the label to settle on him. It could be tough sledding Saturday afternoon but a hardy band of collegiate rodeo per- formers mil be competing in the first rodeo of ihe year Sat- urday at I he Lcthbridge Exhi- bition Grounds. Ross Scott, representative to the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association for the Uni- versity of Lethbridge and the Lethbridge Community College, said earfcr that'they had been promised 'good weather for the Bowling Event Wraps Up Today WINNIPEG (CP) One day remains in the Canadian youth bowling championships here and for competitors from Manitoba and northern Ontario lead- ing in all 12 events will be a day for chewing nails. Manitoba and northern Ontar- io are the only two of the seven provincial divisions competing that have byes today. They were scheduled to sit out the remain- ing and watch leads they have built up over the pas three days decrease. Winnipeg's Kevin Fox contin ued in front of the H-year-olc and under bantam boys singles a total of 70 points in the Peterson point system. Cyndie Lynne McKay of Carman, Man. led in the bantam singles with 90 points. The Manitoba bantam boy: team from Winnipeg was aheac with 277 points, white the Cai- man team, representing Man! JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Eiti mates JACK FULLER 328-2515 nitial rodeo and so things will ;o as planned Saturday after- noon commencing at one o'clock. Harvey Northcdt Mill supply the stock for the one-day event. Northcott, as w a s earlier re- ported, is not the Alberta presi- dent, Dave Hawes of-Olds is the head of Ihe provincial as- sociation. Conleftants from Olds, Red oba, led in Ihe bantam girls event with 289 points. In junior singles action, Bill Clisby of Brandon led the boys event with 70 points and Rach- elle Poulia of AzUda, represent- Jig northern Ontario, led the girls with 68 points. Manitoba's junior boys (cam from Winnipeg held a GO-point edge over second-place Southern Ontario with a leading 387 points. Southern Deer College, Mount Hoya! Col- lege, University of Alberta, Ver- million and the host Lethbridge club will compete in all major rodeo events. Included in the events are bareback and saddle bronc rid ing, bull riding, steer wi-ostling and roping as well as bar- rel racing, goat ribbon roping and a wild cow race. Series Lead To Edmonton Ontario was also second in the junior girls team event, following jeading north- ern Ontario, from Thunder Bay, who had 349 points. Art Schrot of Shilo, Man., led in senior boys singles with 80 points while Joann Alho of Wawa, Ont., was ahead in the senior girls singles with 80 points. Manitoba, represented by the team from Brandon, was lead- ing in the senior boys team event with 379 points. In the senior girls team, it was north- ern Ontario's Thunder Bay team out in front with 356 points. The final three-game shift In team competition and the lasl two shifts in singles were to be bowled today. EDMONTON (CP) -Edmon- ton Oil Kings scored four goals in the second period to post an 8-3 win over Swift Current Broncos and take a 3-1 lead in the Western Canada -Hockey League's 'Western Division playoff series Tuesday night. The fifth game in the besl-of- seven semi-final series will be played in Edmonton Thursday night and the sixth, if neces- sary, al Swift Current Sunday. Larry Eignell paced the Oil Kings with two goals and Ron WUliams, Doug Bentley, Doug K e r s 1 a k e, Bob McAneeley, Grant Evans and Danny Spring added the others. Brian Dickie, Bill Soroski and Brian Dickie'got Swift The 26-year-old Ottawa native Tuesday night scored twice and assisted on another goal as the Norlh Stars downed Los Angeles Kings 5-2 to move back into fourth spot in the West Division ahead of Oakland Seals. The Ecals could regain that final playoff spot tonight when they meet the Blues in St. Louis. In one other West Divi- sion game, I lie third-place Phil- adelphia Flyers visit second- place Pittsburgh Penguins. The tight East .Division race continues with New York Rangers visiting Toronto Maple I-cafs, Boston Bruins at Mon- treal against the Canadiens end Detroit Red Wings battling the Black hawks at Chicago. TRIPLES SHOWING Collins' two goals al Minneap- olis were his 27th and 28th of the season, marking ?s of the most-improved of the North Stais. He had only nine goals in each of the two pre- vious seasons with Minnesota. Another Ottawa native, 28- year-old Ray Cullen, scored his goal for the North Stars and set up Collins' second mar- ker of Ihe night in the final pe- riod. The North Stars took a 3-0 lead in Ihe early half of the first 'period on goals by defenceman Baity Gibbs, Collins and Claude Larose. Eddie Shack scored his 2lst and 22nd season goals for the Kings, who absorbed their 51st loss to lie a season record set by Chicago in the 1953-54 sea- son. STARS OUTSHOOT KINGS The Minnesota crowd of saw goalie Ccsare Maniago stop 29 Cos Angeles shots while co-leadeiS Chicago and Boston, have a home-and-home series with the Black Hawks this weekend to wind up the regular schedule. The Bruins also finish with a hdnc-and- home series, against the Leafs, wliile fourth-place Detroit and fifth-place New York have one game remaining on each other's home ice. SKIRTS STRIKE New York manager -coach Emile Francis moved his club to Brantford, Onl., Tuesday to avoid the uncertainty al-' sit travel during the current air traffic controllers dispute in the Up. Francis said the team can easily take a bus from Brant- ford to Toronto tonight and to Detroit Saturday. The Rangers face the pros pert of having to win all three their remaining games to beat Detroit for the last playoff spot. They trail the Red Wings by only one point but must win tonight to keep within range of Detroit. "It's all up to Francis said. "If we win all three games, there's no way to keep us out o( the playoffs." MINNESOTA LOS AHCfLfS 1 First 1 Williams, PariM) 1. MlnnBofi, Collins 27 [Burns] X Mjnrwsoti, LarCM U IGrwit, Boivin) t Lcs AngclK. Stuck 21 (Ltmlevx, Mtrettt) 5. Angelts. Shack 72 (Cahari Joyal) Pnxilin Lamon SKcnd scorwig. Penal- Cahan Monahan 17: SJ. Third Mkwwota, CoUire n (Culfen) Cullen 17 (MKzuk, Collins) 5Mi M HI! ty LM AMttU 13 2 Mimuli I H Atlendinct U.m. Bowling Qanter Denis DeJordy and Wayne Ru- tledge shared the Kings' net- minding duties, stopping 32 drives. The North Stars now have only two garr.os remaining in the regular1 schedule while Oak- land has three. The Canadiens said in Mon- treal Tuesday there is a possi- bility left winger John Ferguson will play against the Bruins to- night despite a knee injury he suffered in last Sunday's match in New York. A club spokesman said x-rays showed no bone damage in the knee and Ferguson was receiv ing treatment lo reduce the swelling. 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Phone 327-3958 of High Diilritl lo You Money" COUTHERN Alberta's representatives in the Western Can- ada rolloffs in Vancouver last weekend came througi with colors flying ouce again they came second to Vancouver in the grand aggregate race the mixed team copping the championship with a 'record single game score of made up of Jack Smeed 351, Lyndpll Kurtz 290, JeaocUc Smetd 2'ilJ, piaune Violin! 306 and Gary fnnbridge 274 had one of the team members not been called "on a foul the score would have exceeded Other highlights included Salmon rolling the second single of the entire tournament for the gals with 399, leaving the right corner pin on her last ball after eight straight strikes, and Norm Tolley coming from 47lh place after four games in the men's singles to 12lh place with a great in his final four games Jack Sraeed, twice, and Gary Tunbridge spared after gaining head- pin splits The women's team from the sunny south placed third and the men's team sixth in rugged competition involving bowlers from Thunder Bay lo Victoria congratulations on a job well done. Glendale Bowl, John.Hempd was file men's bowler-of- the week with a-solid 921 triple in Commercial Men's, rolling 318, 293 and 310 paced the gals with 183, 343 and 211 in Shoppers World for 742 The Ericksen award went to Pat Maskaluk who was 215 pins over her 170 average Ken Malcomson, and Jean Passey, 238-245-294-797, shaded Don Cassell, 323.192-229-744, and Carol Andreachuk, 228-308-287-4S23, by 28 pins in the mixed doubles challenge Jean House, Diane Decaire, Ethel Harvie, Fran Beresuak and Jean Armstrong, will represent Glendale in lie provincial Housewives' final in Edmonton next week. Heading into the homestretch in league action. Km King leads both Commercial Men's with a 256 average and Park Plaza with 230 Other average leaders are John Scatta-good in Lyle's wilH 241, Francis Wright in CHEC with 241, Wayne Gregory in Kimura's 193, John Scattergood in South-Alta 239, John Rempel in Boise Cascade 242, Lew Mills in Civil Service 238, Ken Mogus in 10F 242 and Doug Young in CPR 224 High averages for the women are held by Dot Anderson in Lyle's with 216, Dot.Bulpitt in Higa's.2t5, Salmon ,in CHEC Oseen in Town and Country 202, Elaine Brown in Shoppers' World 220, Lori Rook in Kimura's 185, Sandy SciUergood in South-Alta 208, Mary Harvie in Chinook Stationers 204, Ruby in Tracy's 210, Dem Smith in Park Plaza 225, Judy Harnack in Boise Cascade 190, June Taylor in Civil Service 209, Marie Smith in IOF 225 and Alma Oberg in CPR 195 In YABC il's Barb Woistoncroft 213 and Dave Smced 232, Kalie Pedrini 150 and Brian Robinson 188 in YBC bantams, Brian Anderson 202 and Brenda Pedersen 205 in YBC juniors and Ross Allsop 218 and Carol Andreachuk 204' in YBC seniors. .AT Capri Bowl, 14-year-old Ken Knrti, sparing in Gordie's, .took bowler-of-the-wcek honors with a brilliant 305, 237 and 327 for 869 Evelyn Contts led the gals, rolling 333, 265 and 241 for 339 in Sundquist Construction, 305 big pins over her 178 average In the four-game women's doubles challenge, Lynne Lengyel, 333, 322, 226 and 263 for arxl l.inda Malcomson 950, stopped Isabel Orsten, 973, and May Hiebcrt, by 41 pins Jack Smecd, 850 for three gtmes, and John Rempel, downed Len Herring, and1 Bob Costanzo, 723, by 243 pins in the men's challenge .In the Young Adults best ball tournament, Barb Wolstonrroft and Rooin Owlrik, won out with Mureen Hadlingfon and Ron Senda, a second Top gunners in the JCCA Easter tournament were Sash Karfonga, 304, 265 and 332 for 901, Mike Tobo 315, Wimp Nakamura 311, Francis Higa 346 and 814, Yulaka Urano 313, Jiro Miyagawa 376 and 864, George Kimura 851 triple, Jim Yamada 320 and Dot Miyashiro 320. Two new league highs this past week, Marg Smith's K45 triple and Isahelle Bergman's 338 single in Martmizing Showing the way among Ihe men were Ken Mafcomson's 811 triple, Stan McDonald 346 and 882, Randy Woistoncroft 352, Lovro Novak 335 and 803, Sam Girardi 339, Bill Hleucka 329 and 875, Ken Kurtz 327 and 869, Bert Slomp 316, Al Smith 313, John Erickson 349 and 848, Jock Mulgrew 326 and 826, Earl Armour 800 triple, and Gus Moriyama 311 Setting the week's pace among the gals Rose Johnson 311 and 777, Jsabclle Bergman with her rousing 393 and 861 triple and Marg Smith with her 331 and brilliant 9S5 triple, Asa Munroe 320, June Scott 304, Marge Ross 3W, Evelyn Coutts 333 and 839, Jean Passcy 3.11, Eileen Carter 298 and Elolse Ives 293. THE HEIGHT OF A DILEMMA Jockey Martin Pren- dergcnt and his mount, Highly Acceptable, go their sep- arate ways during Division One of the Newman Novices' Steeplechase al Chepslow, England. Neilher was injured in the spectacular spill. Four Teams Are lu Contention DAUPHIN, Man. (CP) Four teams remained in con- tention for the Manitoba cen- tennial midget hockey tourna- ment championship here after the second day of action Tues- day. Teams from Elm Creek, Man., Thunder Bay, Portage La Prairie and Orili'a, Onl., all have recorded wins to keep their hopes alive. Tuesday, Elm Creek downed Petawawa, Ont., Thunder Bay elim i n a t e d Yellowkmfo N.W.T., from the tournament with a 9-0 decision and Orillia defeated Weyburn, Sask., 10-4. Petawawa, Weyburn, Fort Frances, Ont., and Quesnel, remain in the consolation event EUIICH TIRE LTD. SPORT SCORES LEAGUE Eail DivHiM W L T CMcasa Boston Montreal Delrclt York Toronto fh a n U2 n 38 It 1? 247 707 95 37 20 16 215 W W 37 23 15 774 114 19 H 11 177 H so mum 71 Will Division St. LodJ 35 27 II 114 >1 Pittsburgh 35 34 12 17< 7W 41 Pr.lldrJelphla 17 37 ?i 196 219 JB 17 3! 71 211 iU 55 21 31 11 162 134" 55 13 51 10 143 715 34 Oalllnd Los Angeles NHL LEADERS Off, BDS.......... Espcsilo, Mikila. Chi......... Goyettt, NY....... Minn....... Ratelle, NY....... tf.cKenzie, Bos...... Balon, NY...... C A Pin 31 13 1H 115 H 50 39 16 50 Z9 47 74 16 37 il 7i 36 33 39 72 M J3 71 72 31 38 71 23 1U 37 U 100 WESTERN LEAGUE W L Vancouver 15 Portland a 72 Diego 32 27 Seattle Denver...... Lsfco city HOCKEY Naltoial LM 2 Minnesota American Balllmve 1 QveMc Western Denver 3 Phoer.lK 3 21 K 33 72 37 15 41 T T A Fts 1 372 JOS 100 7 M 231 10 7S2 226 It 1771249 64 11 241 152 II 110 311 55 14 215 355 it Central Pert WorTh 1 Omaha 4 Omaha leads best-ol-seven semVn- nal 3-2 Iowa 6 TUIS3 2 Iowa best-or-seven semifinal Eastern lWim 0 New Haven 3 Best-of.se.ven varler-li-al lied J-l 1 Interratforal Des Molnes I Port Huron 3 Flist of best-of-llve quarter-final Ontario Junior Wonlreal 6 St. Calharir.es 3 Montreal wins best-of-seven sercl-fl- ral 4-0 Lcntfon 2 Toronto.6 Tcrcnto leads fcesl-Gf-sevtn Mml-fl- nal 2-0, Ihree garr.es tied Western Canada Junior Sr.ilf Ct-rrent 3 Edmonlon 8 Edrror.fon leads' best-of-seven quar- fer-lir.al-3.1 BASEBALL RESULTS Boston t Detroit Hew Ycrk (N) 3 Pittsburgh 1! Indianapolis 2 Cincinnati 4 Kansas.City 1 Monlreal 2 New Ycrk (A) 9 Minneso-j I Philadelphia 12 St.- LouU II Washington 5 Chicago (A) t Olifornla I Seattle 2 Chicago IN) 7 Oakland 13 San Dieqtt i Cleveland 1 BASKETBALL NBA New York 92 Baltimore 1M Best-of-seven. quarter.final tred 1-J Atlanta 106 101 Ailanfa leads besl-of-seven quarter- li-.lt 3-0 ABA Indiana IP Dallas 115 Kenlucky 117 Pittsburgh 111 Los Angeles Denver 119 Locals Defeat Red Deer Lethbridge IJcre A m a 1 e u i Swim Club onlpoinlcd Red Deer Monday evening in a dual swim mccl. The locals won 33 out o( events lo accumulate 795 points. Red Deer came up with 500. Lorne KcmmeLl Jcfl Tuesday evening for Iho Winter Na- tionals Commonwealth Game trials. He will compete in the 200-metre butterfly event. Also making the trip to com- pete in the relays will be Bob Brodcr, Gary Scovill and Bob Kasting. They will join with Kcmmcll {or the competition. 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