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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3.4 - THE UTHBRIOGE HERAID - Saturday, Ksbruory 3, 197* dlja paces locals as four teams suffer setbacks ipper Queens open with trium IIIilBiBIIllililliT SPORT Is this the ivay? An unidentified Lethbridge Collegiate Clipper Queen appears to be looking for a shorter route to the basket in tournament play Friday night. The Queens, as a team, found the way to the hoop often enough to open with a victory. r Tire and Auto Centre CENT TUNE-UP SPECIAL OA Has winter been hard on your car? Now is the time for an expert tune-up! HERE'S WHAT WE DO  Install new Allstate spark plugs  Reset ignition timing  Install new points, condensor and rotor  Check and adjust carburetor 6 cylinder 8 cylinder .98 Good Monday to Friday call 328-9231 ave with Allstate Gasoline Regular .90 Premium |.90 Four clubs moved into the championship side of the third annual LCI Invitational Girls' Basketball Tournament after earning easy victories in the first round of play Friday night. Grand Prairie, Cranbrook, Lethbridge Catholic Central and the defending champion LCI Clipper Queens still have a crack at the title while Noble-ford, Edmonton Xavier, Edmonton Strathcona and Calgary St. Francis will have to wait another year. The four latter clubs suffered losses and will compete for the consolation final today. Nobleford met Edmonton Xavier at nine o'clock this morning in the first consolation semi - final while Edmonton Strathcona and Calgary St. Francis locked horns in the other at 10:30 a.m. The consolation final is set to go at 7 p.m. tonight. On the other side of the tourney board, Grande Prairie took on CCHS in one championship semi-final at 1:30 p.m. while the host Clipper Queens were to have met Cranbrook at 3 p.m. for the other semi-final match. The championship final has an 8:30 p.m. starting time tonight. In Friday's action, Grand Prairie officially opened the two-day affair by whipping Nobleford 40-23. M. Scheunhagge hooped 15 points to lead Grand Prairie while S. Sjogren notched 10 points for Nobleford, who replaced Invermere, B.C. for the event. In the second match of the day, Kathy Wilson netted 14 points and gave the CCHS Kittens a 30-20 victory over Edmonton Xavier. Teammates Lis Karan and Mickey Kinahan added eight and seven points respectively. Marg Hee was the top scorer for Xavier, who trailed 14-11 at the half. Cranbrook Trojanettes held a slim 22-18 lead at half-time, but came up with a superb 16-point third quarter to stop Edmonton Strathcona 51-35 in the third tilt of the day. Susan Westrup was outstanding for the young Cranbrook club as she swished 20 points in the win. Ellen Wilson and Janet Schilf managed eight points each in a losing cause. Meanwhile the Clipper Queens, who are seeking their GRAND PRAIRIE 40 NOBLEFORD 23 Grand Prairie - 1. Borle 8, M. Boris 7, Wynla 2, Scheunhagge. 15, Brown 2, Emard, Cassidy 2, Kloverdanz, Cad-will, Bremmer, Crouse. Total - 40 Nobleford - Luchia, Konynenb e I t, S|ogren 10, Steenbergen, Phillips 3, Van Esveld, Hummel, Erickson 4, Stewart 2, Sanderson 4, Zanonl. Total 20 CCHS 30 XAVIER 10 CCHS - Grabavac, Wilson 14, Mac-Donnell 2, Wiaderny, Kato, Karan 8, McMahon, Rabl, Kinahan 7, Grisak, Rodzinyak 2. Total - 30 Xavier - Van Soest 4, Hee A, Balland, Boychuk, Clement 2, Smith 4, Mackle 1, Conroy, Calvert 2, Kuster. Total-20 CRANBROOK 51 STRATHCONA 35 Cranbrook - Capuano, Lauzon 8, Ml-ler, . Maletta, Carver 6, Holdaway, Westrup 20, Brown 4, Hrishook 2, Aas-land 3, B|orkman 2, Fennessey 4. Total-51 Strathcona - Marcotte 6, Harder, Ko-valuk 4, Wilson 8, Schilf 8, Lee 6, Power, Camarta, Turner, McFadden, Harris, Haynes 2. Total - 35 LCI 47 CALGARY 30 LCI - Les Lilia 2, Last 2, Cann 2, Smith, Andreachuk, Pepper 3, Fraser 4, Frouws, Knight 6, Borzel 9, Lorell Lil|a 11, Gash 8. Total - 47 Calgary - Ranson, Ramlcone, Laptos 2, Tomie 2, Doyle 4, Pollock 3, Krensel 3, Morrison 2, MacDonald 4, Walte 10, Wilcox, Zahn. Total - 30 third consecutive tourney title, posted an easy 47-30 victory over Calgary St. Francis Browns to end first day proceedings. The Clipper Queens were never threatened during the four quarters of play as they maintained leads of 13-7, 25-15 and 35-24. Lorell Lilja paced the Clipper Queens with a ll-point outing while Debby Borzel and Sue Gash chipped in with nine and eight points respectively. Cathie Waite was the top scorer for Calgary with 10 points. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 o.m. to 6 p.m. Daily -Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. - Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Tom Watson unfamiliar with lead HONOLULU (AP) - Young Tom Watson looked surprised as he surveyed his lofty position four strokes in front of the field going into today's third round of the $200,000 Hawaiian open golf tournament. "This is a new experience for me," the 23-year-old tour sophomore said. "I've never been in this position before. It will be a learning process for me for the next two rounds." The stocky, hard-hitting youngster continued his domination of the par-five holes on the 7,154-yard Waialae Country Club course Friday as he put together a seven-uuider-par 65. That gave him a 36-hole total of 133, 11 under par after two rounds and a four-stroke margin, over surprise challenger Masashi Qtunbo) O/.aki, a 26-year-old Japanese who is a for-m e r professional baseball player. More sport on page 13 Women's event well under way Eight rinks reached the eight's of the number one event in the Lethbridge Curling Club's women's open bonspiel which got under way Friday. Another eight are at the top of the ledger in the second event. Forty-eight rinks opened play Friday in their bid for the silverware in five events as well as two grand aggregates. Helen Williams of the host club got past Tallman of Taber in one quarter-final match in the number one T. Eaton Co. event. Clubmates Enid Pepper, who earlier won the club bonspiel at the Curling Club, and Thelma Coutts also stayed alive in the first event. Pepper bounced Myrna Mc-Quarrie, the runner-up in last week's southern Alberta women's curling final. Coutts, on the other hand took the measure of Jane Stephenson of Calgary. Williams advanced to the quarter-final by stopping Ivy Plant of Lethbridge while Tall-man won out over Sharon Bene of Lethbridge. The other rink still alive in the number one was Marie Prokop of Castlegar. She defeated Claire Murln of Pincher Creek. Prokop downed Norma Douglas of the city in her earlier match while Murin downed Millie Snowden. Pepper bested Betty Luco of Lethbridge to gain a berth in the quarter-finals while Coutts dumped Irene Thompson before ousting Stephenson. In the number two Hoyt's Hardware event Marg Scotter of Lethbridge, Bev McGregor of Cranbrook, Bertha Stewart of Fort Macleod, Anita Hunter of Calgary,Leona Copeland of Lethbridge, Loreen Kerkhoff of Taber, Ev Sasaki of Taber and Carol Zeer of Calgary gained berths in the quarter-final. Unifarm event set Forty rinks are entered in the 21st annual Region 14 Unifarm bonspiel which gets under way Monday at the Lethbridge Curling Club. OPENING DRAW 9 a.m. Tom Fukami, Newlands vs George Luco, Wilson; George Mueller, Warper vs Jerry Ham-lrion, Turin; Ken Hirsche, Wren-tham vs Elling Lunde. New-lands; Sharon Bene, Wilson vs Ted Rudd, Wrentham; Gordon Luchia, Newlands vs Garth Nil-sson, Wrentham; Wesley Kuehn, Warner vs Ronald Neher, New-lands; Bob Sapsford, Newlands vs Arthur Warnock, Wrentham; Clem Kaupp, New Dayton vs Elwin Miller, Readymade; Herb Culler, Wrentham vs Roy Jensen, Newands; Dale Binder, Turin vs August Kaupp, New Dayton. 11:15 a.m. Kay Kitagawa, Vauxhall vs John Barron, Picture Butte; Ken Elliott, Warne vs John Pan-czak, Wilson; Norm Ober, Readymade vs Fred Kalicum, Wrentham; Ernie Schumacher, Warner vs Tom Moms, Wilson; Fed Leverick, Newlands vs Stan Brecka, Picture Butte; Owen Coaker, Wilson vs Gerald Shimek, Turin, Bill Mehed-en, Readymade vs Les Bartlett, Wilson; Lloyd Brantner, Wrentham vs Marge Fellger, New-lands; Bob Thomas, Warner vs Larry Thompson, Newlands; Bob Holt, Raymond vs Art Beaton, New Dayton. Just missed Mary Haga, right, of Vulcan and her third Marg Weber, discuss crucial shot Friday in women's bonspiel action at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Haga just missed with her last rock and dropped a narrow 8-7 verdict to Helen Williams, of the host club. Gliechen cries discrimination Indian clnb su GLEICHEN, Alta, (CP) -i Charges of "racial discrimination" have been made following the suspension for rough play of the only Indian team in the Wheatbelt Hockey League of southeastern Alberta. "Sure we're hard players, but we're no rougher than the white players," Roger Many Guns, manager of the Blackfoot Buffaloes, said in an interview Thursday. He said when a white player gets rough, the referees look the other way, but when an Indian gets rough, he gets a penalty. "The way tilings are, we've got to beat the referees before we can beat the other team. liThey call us 'meat-grinders' but none of the white teams ever got cut up or anything." Merv Helton of Three Rivers, president of the Amateur Intermediate League, said ra-cia! discrimination had nothing to do with the decision to suspend the Buffaloes. Two years ago the league suspended a white team from Drumheller for using too rough tactics, he said. "They're just playing too rough this year. The.y do too much high - sticking and too much wood-chopping. They're playing like hatchet men." Many Guns said he and team, coach Francis Waterchief will consider submitting the dispute to the Alberta Human Rights Branch. "We don't bear any grudges or anything, we just want to play hockey." It is the second public incident of white-Indian friction in amateur hockey in southern Alberta. Two years ago a team from Stony Indian Reserve west of Calgary charged discrimination when suspended from the Bow Valley Hockey League. Other teams in the Wheatbelt League are from Huxley, Tro-chu, Three Hills, Beiseker, Han-na, Drumheller, Strathmore, Bassano, Brooks and Vauxhall.' Andreachu Tigers come back ELRICH TIRE SPORT SC0R By THE CANADIAN PRESS Vancouver Nats, dubbed the patsies of the Western Canada Hockey League, came within 35 seconds of the unfamiliar role of giant-killer Friday night. The cellar-dwelling Nats, who have won only seven of 50 games this season, had division-leading Medicine Hat Tigers beaten with 36 seconds left in the game. But seconds later Ed Johnstone scored to give the Tigers a 5-5 tie, extending their Western Division lead to three points over New Westminster Bruins. In the other games, Calgary Centennials dumped Flin Flon Bombers 3-2 and Winnipeg Jels downed Swift Current Broncos fi-4. At. Vancouver, the Nats took a lead due mainly to some miraculous saves by goalie Jack Cummings. Lanny McDonald and Tom Lysiak got third-period goals to break the Nats' 5-3 lead but they would have got more if the netminding hadn't been great. Bob Gassoff and Lysiak got the others for the Tigers. Vancouver marksmen were John Senkpiel, Brian Arnold, Bob Sperling and Randy Andreachuk, who got two goals. SCORES 40th GOAL At Calgary, the 40th goal of the season for left winger Jerry Holland midway through the third period was the winner for the Centennials. The star of the game was Calgary goalie John Davidson who stopped 37 shots, including 27 In the final 40 minutes. Calgary marksmen were Dan Mandryk, Russ Weichnik and Holland. Blaine Stoughton and Doug Hicks counted for Flin Flon. At Swift Current. Brian Dick led the way for Winnipeg, scoring two goals and assisting on another. Boyd Blurnenshem, Gary Wagner, Dave Marin and Dave Elliott got the other Winnipeg goals. David George scored twice for the Broncos and Brent Leavins and Kelly Pratt added one goal each. In tonight's action, Flin Flon is at Victoria, Calgary at Edmonton and, Medicine Hat at Vancouver. 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