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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THI iriUKIDOl HtRAlD Nkruory 1, Wl FIRST EVENT WINNERS Helen Williams of Lethbridge won the T. Eaton first event Sunday as the Women's bonspiel ended at the Lethbridge Curling Club. The winners are, left to right, Helen Williams skip, Jeanette Lewko third, Shirley Bonel second and Marly Seaman lead. Lead local team Pedersen, Violini tops in bowling rolloffs It was a family act all the way at the southern zone five- pin rolloffs Sunday at Medicine Hat. Steve Pedersen and Diannc Violini, father and daughter, led the way as Lethbridge bowlers dominated the team which will take part in the Western Can- ada rolloffs in Edmonton April, 8, 9 and 10 at Bonrydoon Lanes. Pedersen emerged the leader in the men's division with a 16- game block of while Vio- lini topped the gals with a 4.174 in 16 games. Seven men and seven women make up the team for the roll- offs and local bowlers grabbed 10 of the 14 berBis with an out- standing weekend. Pederson, who finished eighth in the city men's five pin finals two weeks ago, was not to be denied in the zone play- down. He got off to a good Williams' rink takes bonspiel Carlo Burluck and lead Bev Foord. Helen Williams and her Lethbridge rink won the first event and the local Grand Ag- gregate at the annual Leth- bridge women's open bonspiel. __________________ _ _ _ _____ ________________ ___ ____ Williams and her rink won SECOND EVENT WINNERS-Kay McKinnon" C. Calgary won the number two Hoyt's the first event The T. Eaton Hordware event. The winners are, left to right, skip McKinnon, third Ethelle Marsh, second stopping Joy Kwasme of Lett bridge in uie iinai. niuiama had earlier won out over Ann Gilbert while Kay Bedding lost out to Kwasnie. Kay McKinnon of Calgary emerged with the spoils in the second event, the Hoyt's Hard- ware as she beat Peggy Hock- stein' of Picture Butte in the final. McKinnon had won in the semi-final over Tallman of Ta- ber while Hockstein defeated Zimmerman of Calgary. The third event went to Irene Thompson of the host club as'she M stopped Irene Lindsay in the final to win the Stewart's La- dies Wear event. Thompson ad- vanced after downing Marg Lang of Calgary. Lindsay had earlier ousted Caroline Barber of Lethbridge. THIRD EVENT WINNERS Irene Thompson of Lethbridge won the third event, The Stewart's Ladies Wear. The winners are, left to right, skip Thompson, third Marguerite Linn, second Shirley Baceda and lead Pat Christiansen. Larine Kirkhoff of Taber made it two straight out of town grand aggregates as she won .the fourth event, the S. S. Kresge over 0. Berte of Cal- gary. The fifth event, the Leth- bridge Hotelmen's went to Hazel Runge of Lethbridge as she downed Mildred Story of Lethbridge in the final. Forty-eight rinks took part in the three-day event. Meanwhile in Banff Slim Otterson of Calgary won the southern Alberta senior title by downing Westy Westmore of Calgary twice Sunday. Lethbridge's Garth Pilling and FOURTH EVENT WINNERS Larine Kirkhoff of Taber won the number four S. S. Kresge event. The winners are, left lo right, skip Kerkhoff, third Joan Fargey, second Elsie Oddie and lead Fran Morrison. FIFTH EVENT WINNERS Hazel Runge of lethbridge won the fifth event, the Lethbridge Hotelmen's. The winners are left to right, skip Runge, third Elsie Bower, second Mary Quittenbaum and lead Jean Murphy. Elks drop close one LethbridgeMidget Elks dropped a narrow 7-6 decision Sunday to Medicine Hat Wheel- ers in Southern Alberta Ju- venile League action. Andy Willoughby, Brian Crandell and Ken Serr each scored twice for the Wheelers. Neil Miller notched a single- ton. For the Elks, in the roughly- played game, Terry Roberts notched a pair of markers while singles came from Doug Pinney, Greg Hamilton, Wend- lin W a n d 1 e r, and Fred Hawkins. Elks led 3-2 after the first period with the two clubs dead- locked 5-5 after two. The Wheelers got the nod on 14 penalties while the Elks were guilty of seven infrac- Bisons bounce male variety 117-72 Chinooks make It two straight "Half-way in goal" The University of Lethbridge Chinooks picked up their sec- ond victory in as many nights as they over-powered the Uni- Tuesday evening with both games on tap for 8 p.m. In Saturday's encounter the UBC Thunderettes defeated the University of Alberta Pandas 59-38 Saturday night. Chinooks played one of their The Thunderettes led 28-10 at best ball games of the season. They used a strong defence versity of Saskatchewan Coug- erettes from Regina 73-53 Satur- to hold off the Cougarettes day night. while offensively they shattered Wilma Winter coach of the! the backboards with consistent Chinooks, is hoping that her j shooting, club can capture the four West- ern Canada Inter-Collegiate Wo- men's Basketball League games on home court that started Fri- day night and which will cud Tuesday night. Friday night the local girls upended (he same Cougarettes while tonight they face the II of S Huskicttes from Saska- toon. the first half for rough play. The University of Winnipeg Wesmen eked out a 5M9 vic- tory over University of Cal- gary Dinosaurs Saturday in a game featuring inaccurate shooting on both sides. Wesmen held a 30-17 half- time lead. Ron Unrah led Wesmen with 17 points, while Barry King added 13 and Craig Parker, 11. Calgnry high .scorers were John Powell with It and Dan Quance with II. Dig [waits and constantly in the one-sided coniest. In Vancouver. Terry Mackav came up on top in the rebound-' Angus Burr Bisons with dumped in 2.i Mints Sundav as 11 half-time and had no doubts about a Meanwhile in Western Canada Inter Collegiate Men's Basket- ball action the University of Lethbridge Chinooks didn't" fare At half-time the C h i n o o k s j as well as the girls as they held a solid 36-21 margin and! were blasted 117-72 by the Uni- never looked back. i versity of Manitoba Bisons Sat- Leona Voth was outstanding urday night, for the Chinooks as she racked j Bisons led M-2S at up 25 big puints and consiant.lv in the one-sided cor h.ilf lircc ing. Voth was also hot on the j 25 points. Ross Wcdlakc added free throws as she netted nine i 10, Grog Gillies 18, John Gur- in 12 tries. Rosemary i ban 16 and Bob Town 15. also] Lethbridge high scorer was The HuskieUcs are currently i shcne as she hooped M points. Brian Sanders with 13 points, battling for top spot with the I For the Cougaretles Jan Sunrl- followed by Eric Peterson with LBC Thundereltcs, so the Chi-1 mark, Irene Wallace and Deb- 14 and Pete Hague with 11 nooks task will be surely cut- hie McVeill all ,iotchcd i; Tim Tollcslrup of Lcthhridgo, 01.: for Licm. points in a losing cause. current league scoring leader, JDey host lix: same Jn other league