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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April 13, LcinoniuuE South team is on top LDMONTON (CP) Ebba Anderson of Edmonton and Kd Boruk of the Central Alberta Region took the nrst lead in men s and women s competition Friday in the Alberta five pin bowling tournament Anderson the Canadam masters champion rolled a 1 945 in the first eight-game block ol the two-dav event She has almost a 200 point lead over Emma Johanson of Caiman Boruk hdd d I 960 to lead Bernie Sutton ol Edmonton who rolled d 1 89f> In team c ompetition Kdmonlon tops 'he men s dnd women s event while Southern Mbertd has the lead in mixed bowling DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE 4 GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 m STREET NORTH First to cross finish line SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD ...PLAINSMAN SPORTS TRAP SHOOTERS CUT THIS OUTIl 1974 Southern Alberta Trapshoots Sunday April Island Trap Stolz Memor al Shoot 500 Target 5 man team 50 1b yard singles Sunday, April Trap Shoot 1000 Target 5 man team shoot Sunday May Hat Gun Link Memorial Shoot 50 Handicap-25 Pair of doubles Saturday, May Trap Koenen Memorial Shoot (Registered Targets) 100 16 yard singles 100 handicap Sunday May Trap Koenen Memorial Shoot (Registered Targets) 100 16 yard singles 100 handicap 50 pair of doubles Sunday June Hat dun leam Snoot Saturday June Gun Club 50 16 yard singles 50 handicap Sunday, June Gun Club 50 16 yard 50 handicap 25 pair ol doubles Sunday June Trap Club 50 16 yard singles 50 handicap 25 pair of doubles Saturday, August 10th Trap Club (Registered Tar gets) 100 16 yard Singles 100 handicap Sunday August 11th Lethbndqe Trap Club (Registered Targets) 100 16 yard singles 100 handicap 50 pair o' doubles Saturday, September Hat Gun Club 50 16 yard singles 50 handicap Sunday, September Medicine Hat Gun Club 50 16 yard sin gles 50 handicap 25 pair of doubles Sunday, September island Trap Club 30 16 yard sin gles 50 handicap 25 pair of doubles Saturday, September 21 Trap Snider Memorial Shool (Registered Targets) 100 16 yard singles 100 handicap Sunday, September 22nd Trap Snider Memorial Shool (Registered Targets) 100 16 yaro singles 100 handicap 50 pair of doubles Sunday, October 13th Day'on Gun Shoot Mossleigh Gun Targets Bow Island Trap Shoot Brooks Fish CdSh Shoot Slavely Trap Shool Saturday, October 18th Sunday, October 20th-Lethbndge Trap Club (Registered Targets) 500 Target Handicap Shool PLAINSMAN SPOBTS III WESTERN CANADA'S LEADING SJP FLIER OP QUALITY FIREARMS, TARGET EQUIPMENT RELOADING SUPPLIES, LIGHTWEIGHT CAMP ING AND ALPINE GEAR COMPLETE GUNSMITHING SERVICE SI S LETHBRIDGE, ALTA Phone 318-6822 KEN KOTKAS BOB HOBSS RICK KUCHKRAN ART BOURNE (Gunsmilh) Finns upset Czechs HELSINKI (Reuten The Soviet Union defending world champions drew level with Chechoslovakia atop the standings hv beating Sweden T 1 in the world hockey championships Fndav Karlier Friday the Czechs who recorded the shock of the championships bv crushing the Soviets 7 2 Wednesday were themselves upset by Finland 5 2 The games brought the first round of the double round- robin competition to a close with Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union sharing the lead with eight points each although Czechoslovakia has a slightly better goal average Findland has six points followed bv Sweden and Poland with three and East Germanv with two The Soviet performance Fridav was regarded by observers as one of their worst in years They appeared not to be trying in the opening period as the Swedes earned the play to them and Sweden was unfortunate to be leading bv onlv one goal by Olov Brasar The Soviets improved m the second period although they were still missing simple pjsses and good chances foi goals But Vladimir Petrov got them even and they went ahead 2 1 on a breakaway goal by Alexander Yakushev The fast-skating Finns scored twice in each of the fust two periods and got dtiothci in the third when Czechoslovakia got both its goals The gun sounds and 190 leave starting gate in Fridays toad race 189 of 190 slnrters tntide it all the way Road race was a total success By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor It would take a great many superlatives to describe Friday s 10 mile road race Co-sponsored by the University of Lethbndge and the f ethbridge Community College the brainchild of Brian Winchester U of L political science professor was d success beyond the wildest expectations To think it started as more or less a joke in class said one official Friday From it began it grew until Friday afternoon when 190 competitors left the LCC starting line As early as Monday afternoon of this past week over 200 entries had been accepted We finally had to cut off entries said Winchester One of the remarkable things despite the cool weather and the 10 mile grind 189 finished the race an unbelievable total considering officials expected about a 20 per cent dropout The overall winner the first to cross the finish line was Peter Moore of Edmonton who finished in an incredible time of "j3 minutes 21 seconds which is just over five minutes per mile ft is not all that surprising to Moore s Edmonton teammates as he turns in a 1 45 time for 20 miles Following Moore across the finish line was John Eccleston also of Edmonton with a time of 53 49 while Calgarv s Brian Spielman was third m 54 54 There were competitors from various parts of the province with the oldest runner Sam Lange of Edmonton who is 57 years voung the weather was chilly Terry MacDonald the Editor of the Lethbndge Herald in finishing 32nd overall said the cool weather helped the majority of runners and joggers as the pavement was much easier on the feet MacDonald was impressed with the race as were the majontv of the other competitors he talked to even the casual joggers who suffered it out until the end The first gal to cross the finish line was Shauna Miller of Edmonton with a time of l 06 46 which was good enough to earn her top honors in the senior women registered Robert Mucklow of Lethbndge won the masters non registered with a time of 1 17 18 ahead of Ed Henderson also of Lethbndge Third was David Worthern of Calgary In the masters registered event Bill Wylie of Cal- garv won it in a time of 1 00 02 Tonv Dancer of Calgarv was second followed bv Frit? Mantsch of Rolling Hills In senior men non-registered the honors went to Trevor Slack of Medicine Hat who had a time of 58 31 Vmce Milhgan and Brian Winchester both of Lethbndge were second and third respectively Darrell Menard of Edmonton simply ran awav with the junior crown for registered runners with an excellent time of 56 41 Two other Edmonton runners Richard Kennedy and Ke'ly Young were second and third Reid Shuttleworth gave Rolling Hills a victory in the junior boys non-registered with his time of 1 07 31 Second was Rudv Tschntter of Lethbndge and third went to Ronald Leblanc also of the city Colleen Yuill of Cardston whose entire family took part won the masters women s title while Shauna Miller of Edmonton won the senior women registered section with a time of 1 06 46 just ahead of teammate Elizabeth McBlam In junior women Val Ries of Edmonton bested a pair of Lethbndge runners Jeanette Gibbons and Silvana Saccomam in a time of 1 14 36 Sharon Giduk of Lethbndge won the senior women non registered with d Flames on ropes, down 3-0 By The CANADIAN PRESS Philadelphia Flyers lived up to their reputation Friday as the Broad Street Bullies and in the process took a (ommdnding hold on their Sldnlev Cup playoffs series The Fivers brawled their wdv to 41 win in a game which leatured a total of 144 pendRv minutes including 90 in a second period brawl that held up play for 25 minutes The gives the Flyers a i-0 lead in the best of seven quarter tinal series with the lourth game scheduled for Sunday night in Atlanta We are dominating the Names now because we them wrong during the tegular season said Philadelphia coach P red Shero following the game The Flames had battled the lust place Users to an even record during the regular sea son as each club won twice with two games tied WRESTLED TO THE ICE The Flyers broke to an earlv 20 lead on first period goals Bobbv Clarke and Don Salcski The second period bench c Icanng melee started with larke and Curt Bennett of the I lames squaring off Clarke absorbed several punches and wrestled Bennett to the ice with a headlock The officials separated I hem and then Bennett and the Hvers Bill Flett began exchanging blows Flett fell to the ice Atlanta s Butch Dc'ddmarsh accepted a challenge from Dave of the Flyers and both benches immediately emptied When it was all over some 10 minutes later Clarke was sent oil with a lighting major and game misconduct Schultz rec eived the same verdict as well as a 10 minute misconduct and Flyer delenceman Ed Van Impe was given a 10 minute miscon- duct For the Flames Bennett got a double major for fighting PHILADELPHIA 4. ATLANTA 1 First period 1 Philadelphia Kmclrachuk 3 (Saleski) 2 51 2 Philadelphia Barber 1 (Bladon Flett) 5 02 Penalties Clarke 0 20 Vail 3 52 Hexlall 7 08 Bladon 7 54 Nolet 1308 Second 3 Atlanta Romanchych 1 (Lysiak Wlanery) 8 47 4 Philadelphia MacLeish 4 1347 Penalties Van Impe 6 46 Richard Duponl 828 Hextall 933 Clarke major Flett major game misconduct Bennett maior game misconduct Stewart misconduct Deadmarsh minor major game misconduct 1331 Bouchard served by Brown misconduct 1347 Oumn 1508 Third period 5 Philadelphia Barber (Saleski Bladon) 2 20 Penalties Quinn 1 42 Watson 3 14 Dupont 3 59 Do'nhoeter 6 08 McDonougM 727 MacLeish 1214 Shots on goal by Philadelphia 9 11 Atlanta 7 10 Attendance 15 141 and a game misconduct Deadmarsh a lighting major and John Stewart a 10-mmute misconduct Sixteen seconds later a dis puled goal bv Philadelphia s Rick MacLeish sent Atlanta goalie Dan Bouchard fuming alter the officials Crusaders want piece of Brewer By ROSS HOPKINS The Canadian Press (oach Bilh Harris shrugs off suggestions by Cleveland reporters that his Toronto Toros resemble a Viet Cong unit It s typical American sell ing Harris said Friday after his club won a 4 2 victory over Cleveland Crusaders to take a 3 0 lead in their best of-seven World Hockey Association quarter final The verbal barbs were fired at the Toronto team following s game in Toronto in which Gerry Pinder was caught bv Toro defenceman arl Brewer s stick Pinder remains m Toronto with an undetermined eve in and the Cleveland news media built up Friday s game there as a grudge match The Cleveland press built this thing all out of proportion added Harris Brewer was a marked man horn the outset of the game with several Cleveland placers making a noticeable ellorl to confront the Toro TAKES RUN AT BREWER The Crusaders Doug look a run at Brewer in ihe first period and was given a charging penalty While he was off Gavin Kirk scored for the Toros with levcland goalie Gerry heevers caught out of the net Rick Sentes scored the other three Toronto goals In other games Edmonton Oilers staved off elimination in their series with Minnesota edging the Fighting Saints 2 1 Minnesota had won the first three games in the best-of- seven series Chicago Cougars defeated New Kngland Whalers 4 2 to lake a )-2 lead in their series The Whalers had won the first two games Sentes scored his first two goals within a 23-second span in the second period and added his third with 57 seconds let1 in the session WavneCarleton set up two of the goals Carleton is just a lantastic player Sentes said Ho made it easv for me especially on my third goal He gave me a oass and all I had to do was backhand it into the open side ol the net Ron Morgan scored Cleve land s lone goal with a slap shot from the point in the second period It was his frst professional goal dame No 4 in the series goes tonight in Cleveldnd At Ldmonton the Oilers opened the scoring at 7 35 ol the second period on Va) P on tevne s shorthanded goal with Kddie (oval oil for hooking Joval converted d three wav pdssmg for the eventual winner through the li ndl period hris Worthy d last-minute teplacement for Jack Norns who came down with the flu had his shutout bid spoiled with onlv 38 seconds lemammg Wayne Connelly scored lor Minnesota GUS'S BARBERSHOP 410-13th St. N. 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FAMILY LADIES GREEN FEES Daily 9 Holes Holes Weekends and Holidays 9 Holes Holes timeotl 1843 Giduk finished ahead of two other local runners Fvchn and Heather Slenbeck In the Imal categorv ol th( Marv Jane Schwtndt ol Lethbndge survived a strong challenge from Shirks Yuill ol Cardston and Annette Couturier of I ethbridge to w in the junior women non registered c row-n The initial 10 mile rue will be a tough act to Follow however Winchester and his people like a challenge and so this will become an annual affair Which isonK htlmg as it is the biggesl ol its kind in C anada SPORT FANS I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK What s the most lantastic Single performance ever made on a loo ball field In 1924 Red Grange the all t me qreat back o Illinois d d something thai wii probably never be equal ed li a game thai season Grange rai back the opening kickoff 95 yard for a touchdown and then 01 succeeding plays ran 66 55 anc 40 yards respectively in fabulou broken field runs lor Ihiee rrore touchdowns Thus on just lou plays Grange made lou spectacular long runs and scored four touchdowns all in one quarter1 Amazingly enough a town with a population of only 842 once hac a team in the National Footba' League1 The little town ol La Rue Ohio had a team m the NFL in 1922 and 1923 The team owned by the Oorang Kennels o La Rue. was known as the Oorang Indiana and among thei itar players was the immorta Jim Thorpe Has any pro football team eve gone Irom finish ng m last place one season to finishing in tirs place the next season7 Its happened only three limes National League h story Minnesota finished 'ast n 1967 and first in 68 San Francisco finished last m 1969 and rsl 70 and Green Bay wound up las in 1971 and ended up m 'irs place in their divson m 1972 Be! you -.-n t know thai Uniroyal Steel Belted Radial? have 75% more hazard protection than conventional 4 3ly bias tires Puncture and blow out protection never known before in pneumatic tire? 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