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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta AND WHA HOCKEY SPECIAL For Dttillt Conliet ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-3201 The Lethbridge Herald December 1974 Fourth Section Pages 33-40 To our many menus ana we extend 'Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year' FROM THE STAFF AND MANAGEMENT AT LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Loww 7th Shopping Mall Albwu Phone Haig and grand aggregate Norman Ohama of Rainier won the first the Haig and the Sid Lamb memorial grand aggregate trophy at the junior bonspiel that ended Saturday. The champs left to skip third Ed second Mark Stephens and lead Barry Wilkie. John Forrest The Leland Marconi rink of Coleman won the number two John Forrest event. The winners left to skip Jack third second Steve Bacovsky and lead Doug Hereford. Sven Ericksen Dan Lyon of Lethbridge won the number three Sven Ericksen event. The winners left to skip third Rob second Larry Neigel and lead Mary Mozalewski. Kemmett Kasting off to Paris Canada's swim team selected NEW B.C. The Canadian Association com- mittee selecting the Canadian team to compete at the Com- monwealth Games in New Zealand next month followed the tried-and-true method Sunday in selecting 26 swimmers. Ohama bests juniors Norman Ohama oi Rainier closed the annual Junior Bon- spiel at the Lethbridge Curl- ing Club with a flurry Satur- day afternoon. With the silverware from the number one Haig Clinic event already in his possess- ion alter Friday night. Ohama added the Sid Lamb Memorial Trophy for the grand aggregate to his collection Saturday with a convincing 9-6 victory over Leland Marconi of Coleman in the final. the John Forrest number two event bounced Debbi Cutforth of Lethbridge 11-5 in the semi- Imal ot the grand aggregate competition In other final action Satur- day Danny Lyon of Lethbridge won the number three Sven Ericksen event while Kim Arndt of Magrath won the number four Fred Quitten- baum trophy Lyon. alter getting past Walter Piper ot Rainier li-9 in the semi-lmal edged Danny Grumnger ol Spring Coulee 8-7 in the final Grunmger had earlier up- ended Dave Woods of Coleman 11-9 In the fourth event final Arndt slipped past Don Pmder ot Fort Macleod 8-6 after downing Jerry Nilsson of Warner 8-7 in the semi-final. Finder had an easy time of it in his semi-final win as he belted Riley Larson of Milk River 13-5 Fundseth triumphs MOVI'KKKY AP Rod chiiigod to a final round 64 Sundav'and defeated Bob Sianton in a pliivoll HI win Ihe Confidence Open golf lorn namenl Kunseth a louring pro from Nin lose Calif birdied six of i lie lasi cighi holes he plave-d I lie pa i-71 Laguna Seca i mn including the 350-vard i ii si hole used in the sudden dealh plat-oil Sianton shot a nii.il i omul 7'i one over par at i 'MI i al dr i a before i lav filing to the olhei course Ilu- I un-eth made a live-loot iidic in the plavoll after baivlv missid a 20- The committee simply went down the list of winners of the 24 picking all but one for the team. The selection was evenly di- vided among men and although CSA Dr. Bert DePape of said it didn't have to be even. The selections now go to the Canadian Commonwealth games which makes the final decision on whether the 26 competitors will make the trip There were few surprises in the which was headed by Wendy Quirk of Pointe a 14-year-old just mov- ing into world-class swim- ming. Miss who won four gold shattering three Canadian records in the was an obvious choice. The only winner left off the team was Ross Nelson of Ed- who took an upset victory in the men's but recorded a mediocre time. Nor did Nelson place highly in the other races in which he was entered. Miss Quirk took first place in the 100-metre butterfly and the 400-and 800-metre freestyle making her a strong entrant in four events at along with relays. Highlighting the men's team was the selection of three specialists in the gruell- ing butterfly event. The Byron MacDonald of Bruce Robertson of Vancouver and Brian Phillips of Winnipeg finished in identical one-two- three order in both the 100-and 200-metre fly. Robertson has the fastest butterfly time in the world among still-active while MacDonald and Phillips have the second and third best butterfly times among all Commonwealth swimmers. Macdonald upset Robertson in both but Derek Robertson's said his swimmer wasn't in top form yet and was still gearing up. A familiar face also found his. way to the men's team. Bill Mahony of New West- a 24-year-old veteran of Olympic and Com- monwealth won a spot with his victory in the men's 100-metre coupl- ed with a second in the 200- metre breaststroke. In the Com- monwealth games in Mahony took home four first- place swimming medals. Four other double winners in the four-day competition which wound up Sunday were also selected to the tentative team. Marian Stuart of Pointe Claire won the 100-and 200- metre Jim Fowlie of Prince B.C won the 400-metre individual medle.v and the 400-metre Leslie Cliff of Van- couver won the 400-and 200- metre individual medley and Wendy Cook of Vancouver won the 100-and 200-metre back stroke. Other winners named to the team were. Peter Vernon. 200-metre Anne Pointe 100-metre Ian Ocean Falls. 200-metre Steven 100-metre France 200- metre butterfly. Steven Har- 200-metre Gary 200-metre individual medley. Also named to the women's team Gail Ottawa. Donna Marie Brenda Alexis Soroka. Becky Ed- Patti and Judy Vancouver Other men's team selec- tions were- Paul Lome Kemmett. The Herald Sports Longhorns belted 9-4 RED DEER Bill Haynes fired three goals to lead the Red Deer Rustlers lo a 9-4 victory over Lethbridge Longhorns in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game in Red Deer Saturday night. was the first league game ji the season lor Haynes after suffering a broken arm in a pre-season game Bob Haldane and Peter Skrabyk added two goals each and Irvine Bowles and Terry vviilcrien tipped in single markers lor the Rustlers who held period leads of 34 and 6- 2 Laurie Reno. Bruce Small. Bernie on a penalty and Ron Krikke tallied lor Lethbridge. Dale Emmekamp made 32 saves in the Longhorn net while Ron Boucier and Rod Carlson combined to make 25 saves Rustlers took nine of 17 minor penalties. Medication not to blame Ky. Lucien veterinarian and trainer of Triple Crown winner Secretariat and stablemate Riva says the colts were never given any medication that might hamper their fertility as breeding stallions. former Montreal said the colts had anything of any kind Dr Mark the veterinarian who treated the colts throughout their said the horses had medication and less treatment than any two horses I've ever been associated with in my In Edmonton Bill Hozack scored two goals to lead Ed- monton Mets to a 7-4 victory over the Pass Red Devils Sun- dav Combined with Saturday night's 6-5 win over the Red the win moved Mets into third place in the league The Red Devils remained in second place in the six-team circuit Hozack was one of three plavers for Mets who returned home from Harvard Universi- lor the holiday season The other marksmen were Dave Bell. Bill Horton. Joe Pop law ski and Wayne Babvch Turner and Brian McLean each scored two goals tor the Pass The Sunday game was marred by two brawls in the second period which saw Brian Granlield receive 15 minutes in penalties and a game misconduct Granfield. ot the was cut during a skirmish with Mets' Tony Lecuver who received a lighting major with teammate Ted Fellows and McLean. Later in the same period Gord Adomeit of the Pass was ejected after an argument with an official The Pass took a 1-0 first period lead but Mets rebound- ed to hold a 2-1 edge going into the final frame There were a total of 63 minutes in penalties in the game and the Pass outshot Mets 30-24 In Saturday's game. Mets got goals from Paul with two. Rick Zaparmuk. Lecuver. Horton and 1'oplawski The Pass was led by Larry Lestander who notched two goals Other goals went to Turner. McLean and Admoeit The Mets led 2-1 and 4-2 by periods but were outshot by the Pass 31-26 Alta. and Bruce Toronto Selectors also named a team to compete in an in- vitational meet in Paris in February. Named were- Robert Lux- Pointe Claire. Graham Smith. Ross Ken Thunder Bay. Tom Thunder Kathy Raftery. Corinne Edmon- ton. Wendy Lethbridge. Mitch Oliver. Sylvie Deschamps. Ste. Foy. Que. and Andrea Kerr. Winnipeg. Locals swim better Lethbridge Stingra -.Mow- ed I heir powers Saturday at YMCA trouncing South Y Patriots in a dua meet the final had IHTII King up ihe locals had amazed JHb points as com- paied lo just 105 lor their mieMs The Sungravs to add -all to ihe wounds won 13 ol Mi ln hovs and under com- pelilion Caiov RoHn'rfc -wain In live lirst place rib- liou- while Calvin Koskovich i ha-ed his leammate to the iiiu-li line winning live second ribbons Nval Lvnagh rained a ihnd hi i hi- nals id and under Ann I v n.igh missed hav ing a pel led altei noon as she came up with Inm lirsts and a -ci ond Cane Hughes chalked up mie win Uiree seconds and .1 i hi id while Bienda noli lied a second and three ilmds a- the locals dominated iliing- In the 11-12 it was brad Ko-kovich leading wav with two In-is a like nuinbei -ecoruls and a thud Jamie was next with Iwo nrsts and thirds Joining them was Drew Salv with a second Melonie Fenton splashed to lour firsts and a second in the gals 11-12 while Jennv Webk- ing managed a first and two thuds In the bovs 13-14 Ted llansen puked up three firsts and two seconds lor his five u ip- into the water Tim Han-en added two tirsts and iliiee seconds while Garv liiocnwav chalked up a third Michelle Crighton swam Iwo In sis a second and third lo pace the 13-14 gals Team- mate Man DeJourdan had a lirst and a third In senior bovs Kenton was unbeatable as he won live times while in the gals Mav Hughes earned lour lirsts and a second Marlene Coulter had a first and tour seconds. Lisa C'righton and Con Hoselion each had two thirds Upset heralded American relay team Canadians surprise at Saskatoon Fred Quittenbaum Kim Arndt and his Magrath rink won the number four Fred Quittenbaum event. The winners left to skip third Roger second Ron SASKATOON A relay race with established Americans ended in a surpris- ing victory for an unheralded Canadian quartet Saturday night in the closing session of the ninth annual Saskatchewan Indoor Games. A crowd of about re- duced by temperatures close to 30 watched anchor man Randy Makolosky of Calgary nip Maurice a Philadelphia native attending Arizona State in the final stride of the in- vitational relay Makolosky ran aftf Jackson of Calgary hau ..earn- ed with Saskatoon speedsters Lome Tarasoff and John Konihowski to open a lead of about five yards against Ed PACKER FOUNDER INDIANAPOLIS -W Jack who played with the original Green Bay Packers of the National Foot- ball League in 1925 and died at his home Friday night. HP was 71 Roberts of Carl Lawson of and Curtis Mills of Philadelphia. Peoples reached the deter- mined Calgary youngster quickly but could not pass him on the tightly-banked track at Saskatoon Arena. TRACK RAISES TIMES should give the fans here something to talk said Peoples. remember that that race had been run on a larger it would have been about six seconds The teams were clocked in an identical 0 but one of the heroes of the two-day invitational segment of the 1973 hit the tape first. Perhaps the key to victory was provided by a talented track man better known for his football exploits with University of Saskatche- wan Huskies. He was passed by Mills at one but battled back to regain the lead. who also shone in ooen comDelilion provided for those considered a notch behind the athletes invited for featured has been drafted by Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference and has been offered a contract by the Chicago entry in the proposed World Football League. surprise winner of the in- vitational Friday night against defending champion Ken Elmer of capped his successful perfor- mance by finishing a close se- cond to Jim Bolding of the powerful Pacific Coast Club of in the 600- yard invitational Another Pacific Coast en- Len won the in- vitational mile in a solid giving him two wins in as many days. He won the two-mile event in record time Friday night. Almost as impressive as Hilton among the visiting Americans on the final night were 15-year-old Mary Decker of Huntington Mark Lutz of and Chris a Colgate University grad now living at Ore Decker rebounded from a dull showing in Friday's metre classic to lead from wire-to-wire in winning the 800-metre test. She outlasted Brenda Walsh of a member of the Canadian team going to the Commonwealth Games next month at and Fran- cie Larrieu of San one of America's best at 800 and metres New Years is IT TIME TO GET PHYSICALLY Lethbridge Family Y.M.C.A. 328-7771 ;