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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Moncltiy, December 7, 1770 Gross lakes home senior title Stewart finds gold at Rainbow's end By PAT SULLIVAN Ilurald Sports Writer Bruce Stewart ami his push- broom males from Calgary left the Lethbridgc Curling Sunday afternoon with Club their pockets jingling after winning the pot of gold at the end the rainbow. It wasn't a full pot of golc but there was enough in it to gi around. Stewart and his rink won UK RAINBOW CHAMPION Bruce Stewart of Calgary and his rink won the 1970 Rainbow bonspiel Sunday. With Stewart, left, are third Mel tittle, second 'Bob Marshall and lead John Mayer. Gervais wins Edmonton event NORTHCOTT WINS "B" EVENT- Ron Northcott and his Calgary rink won the 'B" event at the Rainbow bonspiel. With Northcott, left, are third Dave Garlach, second Ken Hamilton and lead Fred Storey. J SENIOR WINNERS Bill Gross and his mates of Lethbridge won the senior Half- Century bonspiel over the weekend. Gross, left, are third Perry Waugh, second Gordon Manery and lead A! Packard. Packard played for Elmer Goodman. EDMONTON (CP) The master met the pupil in the fi- nal of the Canadian open car bonspiel final Sunday night and Hec Gervais of St. Albert, Alta., proved he's still the mas- ter. Gervais walloped lion Anton of Edmonton 12-7 and his rink took home new cars. Anton, who played third for Gervais when Uie St. Albert farmer won the 1965 car bon- spiel and the 1961 world cham- pionship, will just have to wait to take over. Throwing for Gervais, 37, were Dr. Bill Mitchell, third, Wayne S'aboe, second, and Bill Tainsh, lead, the same crew which finished second in the Canadian championship earlier this year. In the final game, Gervais picked up four on the seventh end to break a 3-3 tie when Anton's rock picked up a straw and changed turns. Anton came back with three on the eight, but big Hec salt- ed it away with four on the ninth. Warren Hanson, third, Rich Twa, serand, and Barrel Sut- ton, lead, were Anton's tea mates and they each get a snowmobile for their second- place finish. Ironically, both Gervais and Anton came out of the C event to capture the major prizes. Meanwhile Mary McKeever of Edmonton defeated Gail Lee of Edmonton 8-6 Sunday night lo win the tournament of pearls curling championship. McKeever came up with the big plays lo grab the first- place money. In the consilation final, Reed trounced Dorothy Thompson of Edmonton 10-5. Oscar ready YORK (AP) Muham mad All takes another step in his bid for a showdown with heavyweight champion Joe Fra zier when he meets tough Oscar Bonavena tonight in his firsl New York fight since 1967. Frazier is scheduled to WINS SENIOR "B" EVENT Cliff forty won the "B" event in the senior bonspiel over the weekend. Wilh Forry, left, are third Harry Hudson, second Art Beaton and lead Wilf Ferry. YOUR DEALER Presents the All New LIMITED TIME OFFER While f p> n g" tjfk Exchanqe Prlcei AVAILABLE WITH TUNGSTEN STEEL STUDS AT A SMALL EXTRA CHARGE 327-2007 314 11th ST. S. 327-2396 Garrett wins at Coral Springs CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) Big Bill Garrett is a first- time victor. Lee Trevino is the leading money winner. And Ar- nold Palmer still is looking. "I was so nervous I could hardly walk when I started the gangling, drawling Garrett said of his final-round 69 that won the first prize in the Coral Springs open golf tournament Sunday. He hadn't even come close to'cusscn, sail winning before. His best finish this year had been a tie for 18th. The best in his five-year pro career was a seventh "last Chinooks leading puck loop University of Lethbridge Chi- nooks have a two point lead atop the standings in the City Recreation Hockey League. Chinooks have won six, tied cue and lost only two for 13 points. JI and K Generals hold down second spot with 11 points en five wins and a tie. Defend- ing champion Labor Club has 10 points en five wins. Both the Labor Club and the Generals have four losses. Dick Cusson of the St. Basil's Saints is the leading scorer with seven goals and 14 assists for ?1 points one better than team- mate Jerry Heck. Al Rowntree and Lome Gray of the Labor Club have 19 and 17 points re- spectively. Wayne Neilson of the Cliin- coks is lop netminder with a 2.22 average having allowed 20 goals in nine games. Randy Maxwell of the Labor Club and the University's Tim Negrello are the league bad guys with 32 minutes each in the sinbin. sing STANDINGS University M and K Generals..... 5 Labor Club...........5 St. Basil's 3 Purity BotlJing 2 [SCORING LEADERS Heck, Saints Rowntree, Labor Club Gray, Labor Club...... Murkin, Saints........ S. Maxwell, Labor W L T 62 PIS 1 13 1 11 0 10 1 7 A Pis 14 21 season. He had won only going into this tournament. But the six-fool-six Texan con- quered his nervousness, held off the frustrated Trevino and fin- ished with a 72-hole total of 272, 12-under par on the Coral Springs Country Club course. i Negrello, U of L tonight with his rock group in the Catskills, biding his time for the greatest one-night stand in boxing possible ?7 million title match with Ali. Ali is a G-to-1 favorite to beat Bonavena, probably the last stumbling block to a fight with Frazier in February. The scheduled 15-rounder is set for p.m. MST and will follow a 10-round non-title bout between lightweight champion Ken Buchanan of Scotland and Donato Paduano of Montreal. A crowd of about pay- ing an estimated is ex- pected in Madison Square Gar- den. ON CLOSED TV The fight, Ali's second since being deposed as heavyweight king, will be shown on closed- circuit television and beamed to 42 foreign countries but will not be broadcast on radio. The closed-circuit telecasts will be seen at 175 locations in the United States and Candida with a seating capacity of one million. Ali, also known as Cassius Clay, is guaranteed against per cent of all re- ceipls. Bonavena gets' against ail option of pei cent. The fight will be Ali's first in New York since March 22, 1967 when he knocked out Zora Fol ley in a title defence. He then was stripped of his champion- slup because of a conviction foi refusing induction into the mili- tary service, and went into 3la-year exile from the ring thai ended with his fight with Jerry Quarry six weeks ago. MAY GIVE ANSWER Bonavena is expected to an- swer a question left unanswered when Ali stopped Quarry on cuts after three rounds in At- lanta. What about Ali's stamina? Ali was angered when Bona- ena said to him last week: "Why you not in He has predicted he will win in nine rounds. But Bonavena, a bull-strong, brawling type of fighter, went rounds with Frazier, is a numbing puncher and has never been knocked down. Although he lost two decisions with Fra- 1970 Rainbow Bonspiel's event and with it the first place money. Wilh rinkmalcs Mel Littk, Bob Marshall and John Mayer Stewart dropped Bill Clark of Calgary 9-4 in the primary ev- ent final to capture top money. Stewart's win in the final was worth Ron Northcott, five time Al- berta curling champion and former world champ, came back from a second round loss to Les Rowlands of Calgary to win the top money in the "B" section of the three day bonspiel. In the senior competition Bill Jross of Lethbridge won the "A" event while Cliff Forty, another local curler, won the It was the first time the lalf-Century hobspiel has been icld but it is lioped it will be- come an annual event. Stewart started his way to lis weekend riches as he kick- er! off the 32-rink competition with a Friday night win over Wayne Peterson of Lethbridge. The champion then stopped Don Garrett of Calgary and was on his way. ELRICM TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Doston New York, Montreal Vancouver Detroit Toronto Buffalo Chicago St. Louis East Division V L T 10 15 9 12 17 A W 6 11 10 11 10 6 11 8 12 6 17 7 62 52 3 ALBERTA JUNIOR W Lethbridge Red Deer Edm. Leafs Ponoka L IJ A 13 7 IT 6 10 10 6 13 31 63 61 25 55 59 25 9 70 76 21 3 -S5 81 19 2 51 89 F A Pis 120 87 32 128 77 30 1 95 105 21 international Toledo 6 Des Moines 4 Dayton Edm. Movers 3 16 3 'idence His win over Garrelt was j Springfield" Montreal Baltimore worth and he took jump after stopping Geoff Cooke, formerly of Lethbridge and now from Kamloops. Bill Haysom of Medicine Hat was next on Stewart's list and he fell making Stewart richer and giving him a berth in the final and a crack at the Stewart made good Hershey Rochester WESTERN LEAGUE W Portland .17 San Diego 12 Seattle..... 13 v Denver..... 9 11 Salt Lake 8 15 Phoenix 6 U CENTRAL LEAGUE w L T F A 11 7 82 77 10 H 3 7B B5 10 13 1 83 90 6 15 5 74 95 83 65 89 70 70 63 58 67 1? 8 10 11 T F A Pi 1 9J 73 5 95 84 zier, the second a 15-rounder, he slugged with the champion and dropped him twice in the first round of the first fight. ANDY CAPP WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Abdullah and Sweelan vs Siki and Hayes 6 EXCITING BOUTS 52.00, SI.50 I'M OFF T1 THE HAIRDRESSER'S J SWEeT'EART 'GOOE5 Your NEW Authorized Dealer for JEEP TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Avo., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 chances defeating Clark in 11 ends of a 12-end match. Clark, to reach the finals started by beating Bud Game lin of Lethbridge in Friday's first draw. He won out over Wayne McLennan of Leth- bridge In the next round anc stayed in the fight by drop- ping Lawrence Lennon of Leth- bridge. Clark's stiffesf test came in the semi-finals when he took 14 ends to defeat Terry Lyon of Pincher Creek. In the "B" final, Northcott, who passed up the Canadian )pen car bonspiel in Edmon- .on due to time, belted Reg Saunders of Taber 9-5 in tlie fi- nal. On his way to tlie "B" final Northcott downed Harvey Bourassa of Fort Macleod, jarry Frandsen of Medicine Hat, Push Matsumiya of Coal- dale and Enso Baceda from he host club. For Saunders, after losing to Friday, there were vic- orics over Ray Tiill of Cal- gary, Jack Gorrie of Lsth- ddge and Gil Schmaltz of Calgary. Sixteen rinks opened play riday afternoon in tlie Half- Tentury. This event was for iirlers 50 years and over and saw Gross stop Bernie Jordan 104 in the final. Gross ha( reached the final with wins over Joe O'Donnell and Frank Sloan while Jordan had bcstcc Bill Allen of Olds, Cliff Forrj and Nick Wolfe, both of Leth- bridge. Forry, Omaha Oklahoma For! Worth Dallas Kansas Cily Tulsa Esposito, Bcs....... Orr, Bos Hodge, Bos R. Hull, Chi Delvecchio, Dot McKenzie, Bos Boudrlas, Van Keon, Tor Campbell, Chi Ratelle, Ny Kurtenbach, Van after dropping his first game to Jordan, downed Ted Rudd of Wrentham and Allen and then won the "B' event over Elmer O'Donnell. O'Donnell had reached the fi- nal with a win over Aubrey Gore of Milo. MEAN ALL THESE T_ I'Vt BEEN BLONbE "YOU'VE Minor hockey In Pee Wee action over the weekend the Flyers trimmer! Tigers 3-2 with the help of Mike DeHeers two goals. Brad Brown also chipped in with one. For the Tigers Ian Ennis and Ramage managed singletons. Jeff Takeyasu rammed into two goals as the Vikings cruised to a 6-0 victory over the Totems and gave Troy Dickson another shutout for the season. Other Viking goals came off ;he sticks of Jamie Henderson. Todd Takeyasu, Gary Calhoun and David Stephens. Three third period goals by Terry Bailley, Steve Mickie and Cliris Long enabled tha Bears drop the Falcons 3-1. John Barlhei managed the one Falcon marker. John Wasileski and Gary Logous rammed in a goal apiece to pace the Eagles to a 2-0 victory over the Bruins' in Bantam B action. Meanwhile the Seals had a harder time of disposing their opponents but managed to pick up a 3-2 win over the Mustangs. Jake Vabsctcrs, Mike Burla and Greg Monteith each banged in a goal for the winners while Bryon West and Reno Trentini replied for the Mustangs. Phil Pro banged in two goals for flic Sabres but wasn't enough as the Canucks skated to a 3-2 victory in Pee Wto action, i HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY National Boston 6 Pittsburgh 3 Chicago. 6 Toronto 2 "uffalo 1 Minnesota 0 lew York 4 Vancouver 1 St. Louis 4 Detroit 2 American Hershey 5 Providence 1 Quebec 6 Rochester 3 Western Diego 7 Denver 5 Portland 4 Phoenix 1 Central Omaha Amarlllo 2 Eastern Long Island 3 Syracuse 2 Mew Haven 5 New Jersey 1 Clinton 4 Johnstown A ..reensboro 4 Salem A Nashville 4 Jacksonville 1 International Dayton 7 Toledo -1 Flint 8 Des Moines 6 Huron 5 Fort wayne'3 Saskatchewan Senior Reglna 8 Saskatoon 2 Western International Jelson 13 Edmonton Alta. 5 Spokane 5 Drumheller Alta. 0 Manitoba Junior Kenora 7 Winnipeg 5 St. James 2 Selkirk 2 West Kildonan 6 Dauphin f> Portage !a Prairie 2 St. Boniface 0 Western Canada 7 Medicine Hat A Calgary 2 Regina 1 Saskatoon 11 Brandon 1 Winnipeg 5 Estevan 3 Saskatchewan Junior Saskatoon 7 Humfcoldi 5 Fort Qu'Appelle 10 Notre Dame 5 Alberta Junior Edmonton Movers 5 Calgary 5 Red Deer 3 Lethbridge 3 British Columbia Junior Chlillwack 3 Kamloops 2 Vancouver 5 Kelowna 4 SATURDAY National Boston 4 Montreal 2 New York 7 Toronto 0 St. Louis 3 Delroi F A Pts Pavton 6 Muskegon 5 ii2 69 37 -Iberia Senior 77 51 36 Edmonion -1 Crsnbrook WIHL A 85 67 28 United Slates 3 79 98 53 Waterloo 3 Thunder Bay 1 76 86 22 Green Bay 5 Martjueftc 4 1 75 90 is Ontario Senior 5 44 79 15 Galf s Belleville 2 i Western Canada 5 97 53 39 Flin Flwi 8 Medicine Hat i Swift current 5 Brandon 4 Alberta Junior Red Deer 7 Calgary 5 Lethbridge 6 Edmonton 1 Ponnka 4 Edmonton ML 3 B.C. Junior Victoria 12 Kelowna 1 Vernon 7 Chilliwaek 1 Western College British Columbia 6 Alberla -1 Saskatchewan 5 Winnipeg 1 Manitoba 5 Brandon A FOOTBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A Pet St. Louis 8 3 1 273 166 .727 N.Y. Giants 8 A 0 264 322 .667 Dallas B A 0 2dl 209 .667 Washington 4 8 0 245 281 .333 Phila.......2 9 1 205 288 .182 Central Division Minnesota 10 2 0 263 Ml .833 Detroit 8 A 0 299 179 .667 Green Bay 6 6 0 179 238 .500 Chicago 4 B 0 197 241 .333 Western Division Los Angeles 8 3 1 271 171 .727 San Fran. B 3 1 276 233 72? Atlanta 3 7 2 172 208 .300 New Orleans 2 9 7 142 285 .182 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T F A Pet Baltimore 9 2 1 266 2DO .313 Miami 8 -I 0 236 211 667 N.Y. Jets -1 3 0 225 235 .333 Buffalo 3 B 1 183 272 .273 Boston 2 10 0 128 271 .167 Ccnlral Division Cincinnati 6 6 0 237 228 .500 Cleveland 5 6 0 236 236 .445 Pittsburgh 5 7 0 182 207 .417 Houston 3 7 1 177 249 .300 Western Division Kansas City 7 3 2 253 193 .703 Oakland 7 3 2 274 2J9 .700 Denver 5 7 0 223 220 .417 Diego 4 6 2 234 248 .400 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Texas 42 Arkansas 7 Tennessee 23 UCLA 17 Arizona State 10 Arizona 6 Louisiana State 61 Mississippi 17 Houston 36 Miami, Fla 3 Tulsa 26 North Texas State 20 Mexico Highlands 21 Hawaii 10 BASKETBALL STANDINGS NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pcl.GBL 9 .710 ioston....... 17 10 630 3 Philadelphia 16 14 .533 S'A Buffalo 8 19 .296 12 Central Division Baltimore.....16 p 571 _ Cincinnati 9 16 .360 Atlanta 7 IS .280 7V-j Cleveland.....2 27 .069 l4V'a Western Conference Midwest Division mkee 20 3 Detroit...... 18 10 W L T F A Pt 1.1 6 3 96 76 12 8 98 83 11 10 2 62 59 9 6 2 71 61 7 10 4 60 72 8 12 2 80 90 4 13 3 56 8J G A PtS Pli 22 27 49 10 28 38 14 70 3.1 13 18 31 1 11 19 30 8 21 29 i 12 14 26 13 12 25 11 14 25-1 13 12 25 9 16 25 Pittsburgh 3 1 Chicano 4 Minnesota 1 Philadelphia 4 Los Angeles 4 American Baltimore 4 Providence 3 Montreal 2 Cleveland. 2 Hershey 5 Sprinofield 2 Western Phoenix 4 Denver 3 Eastern Clinton 4 Mew Jersey 5 New Haven 6 Long Island 3 Syracuse 5 Johnstown 4 :kscnville 4 Charlotte 3 Central Tulsa 2 Amarillo 1 Dallas 5 Kansas City 1 Fort Worth 1 Oklahoma 0 IS 12 13 .870 .643 .600 .542 Chicago Pa -os Angeles an Francisco an Diego cattle 'ortland 'RO BASKETBALL ATURDAY NBA lew York 117 Buffalo 93 Icston 11 Chicago 97 'hiladelphia 131 Cincinnati 104 .tlanta 106 Seattle 100 an Diego 119 LOG Angeles 116 'hoenix 105 San Francisco 100 ABA exas 121 Carolina 117 'irginia 133 Pittsburgh OCCER STANDINGS NGL1SH LEAGUE Division I .600 ,556 .533 .448 .300 eeds rsenal ottenharn helsea 'olverh'ton ricester W L T F A 14 13 10 9 10 Division U 5 6 U ristol R ulham ston Villa eston orquay otts c 'thamplon emouth ;glon Division Hi 11 8 11 11 6 10 7 11 A Division IV 14 37 15 34 2 39 15 31 3 32 14 27 3 28 23 26 6 38 37 14 3 35 U 29 3 36 15 23 A 29 19 27 4 30 18 25 3 35 24 25 1 41 1? 30 4 33 19 38 4 30 21 23 4 30 21 27 5 27 17 26 35 H 33 5 4 29 18 29 13 3 64 36 29 12 4 5 35 21 28 7 4 30 17 27 10 COTTI5H LEAGUE Division 1 W T L F A Pt Itic....... 13 1 1 37 6 27 terdeen 12 2 1 36 7 26 fingers 8 3 4 29 12 19 Ikirk 753 IS 14 19 Johnstons 7 4 4 9 23 18 THROW AWAY THAT SHOVEL! 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