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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 3, 1975 Ten of 11 men on team are from Lethbridge Pedersen leads way as locals dominate By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor It was almost an all-Lethbridge show at the Southern Alberta five pin rolloffs over the weekend. "It was certainly a great show by our Lethbridge said Bob Costanzo Sunday after it was all over. McQuarrie rink goes unbeaten Myrna McQuarrie was frustrated at the Southern Alberta women's curling finals so she simply took it out on her op- ponents in the 26th annual women's open bonspiel staged at the Lethbridge Curling Club this past weekend. McQuarrie, with Rita Tarnava at third, Barb Davis at second and Barb Allsop at lead, went unbeaten through the three days of action to capture the Number One Eaton's of Canada event. In chalking up five straight wins McQuarrie capped off her big weekend with a decisive 13-5 win over Irene Thompson of Lethbridge in the final of the first event. McQuarrie reached the final with a decisive win over Enid Pepper of Lethbridge and then went on to trim Thompson. On the other hand, Thompson earned a berth in the final by stopp- ing Joan Stephenson of Calgary in the other semi-final. Betty Kipta of Medicine Hat was one of two visiting rinks to break the Lethbridge monopoly as she won the Number Two Hoyt's Hardware event with a last-end 6-4-triumph over Irene Lindsay of the host club. With Kipta on her rink were Sharon LeFever at third, JoAnn Mair at second and lead Shirley Gaffney. In the semi-finals Kipta edged past Marj Scotter of Lethbridge while Lindsay ousted clubmate Millie Snowden. The Number Three Sears Ltd. event was won by Mildred Story of Lethbridge 11-5 over Al Bligh, also of the city. Story, with Alma Lees at third, Jean Peake second and Joanne Overn at lead, sidelined Jeanette Lewko in one semi- final while Bligh workout over Sharon Smith in the other. Joyce Gorrie simply ran Bea Thompson out of rocks to earn a 9-6 win in the final of the Number Four S.S. Kresge event. With Gorrie were third Kirsten Morrice, second Helen Watson and lead Vi Kinchloe. In the semi-finals Gorrie downed Phyllis Culley while Thompson bested Carol Zeer. Marilyn Thorson of Bow Island won the Number Five Lethbridge Hotelmen's event as she downed Sharon Bene of the host club 10-6 after Bene had reached the final with a win over Ollie Bertie of Taber in the semi-final. Thorson, who sidelined Lorna Smith in the other semi-final, had help from rinkmates Florence Thacker at third, Lorraine Cooper at second and Mabel Angle at lead. A total of 48 rinks, 27 from the host club, took part in the three-day bonspiel. MCQUARRIE, DAVIS FRONT TARNAVA, ALLSOP BACK When the dust had settled at Capri Bowl the final tally showed 10 of the 11 men's teams were from Lethbridge while in the women's six of the 10 gals are from here. Costanzo didn't have to say much more as the totals spoke for themselves. He did point out, however, that Dianne Violini led everyone with her brilliant total. The bowlers opened play Saturday at Holiday Bowl and then invaded Capri Sunday. Violini, who showed her heels last weekend in the city roll- offs, was at her consistent best again this weekend. Saturday, at Holiday, she ran up a total of on games of 241, and 264. Despite the fact she was in control she proceeded to give the pins another battering Sun- day as she rolled games of and 303. Even men's leader Jack Smeed had to take a back seat to Violini's hot hand. Smeed, who was well off the pace in last week's action, proved once again that when the going gets tough, the tough get going. Smeed battled Reg Arnold, last week's leader, head to head and emerged 38 points ahead alter 16 games. In chalking up the win Smeed rolled a total, including Saturday when his lead over Arnold was a mere 12 pins. Smeed had games of 304, 203, 278, 270, 352 and 272 Saturday to go with 170, 331, 300, 289, 271 and 231 Sun- day. Arnold, on the other hand, rolled 311, 254 and 293 Saturday and came back with 250, 236, 200 and a big 341 Sunday. Les Dyke, a newcomer from Winnipeg, was third in the men's with a total on games of 218, 290, 237, 283, 284 and 281 Saturday and 231, 283, 257 and 259 Sunday. In fourth place was Ken King. He had a total on games of 236, 303, 237, 233, 245, 331, 227 and 312 the first time around added to Sunday's games of 247, 273, 203, 211, 278 and 275. In fifth place was veteran Norm Tolley with a total made up of games of 276, 239, 210, 298, 231, 304, 254 and 263 on Saturday and 322, 246, 246, 269, 293, 197, 223 and 190 Sunday. Completing the men's team, along with their Saturday and final totals were Tom Baker and Ken Malcomson 010 and Murray Vickers and Jim Boreski of Medicine Hat and Bill Billings and and John Rempel and It was almost a husband wife combination at the top of things Sunday but Violini had something to say about that as she forced Jeanette Smeed to settle for second place in the women's. Jeanette finished with a total after rolling Saturday. Her games Saturday were and 273. Sunday she hit for 286, 233, 322, 383, 215, 247, 230 and 247. Linda Malcomson was third as she rolled on games of 312, 285, 231, and 184 Saturday followed by 204, 235, 228, 302, 276, 234, 260 and 285 Sunday. Fourth place finisher Sandra Hunt looked as though she may run away with things as she started Saturday with a brilliant 322 and a 401 for a two game block of 723. She settled down, however, to chalk up a total. liar other games Saturday were 232, 169, 202, 219, 288 and 224. Sunday she had games of 174, 269, 231, 235, 178, 244, 284 and 172. Medicine Hat's Louise Plato was fifth at on games of 242, 323, 182, 226, 192 and 261 Saturday as well as 232, 307, 212, 266, 196, 216, 227 and 290 Sunday. Rounding out the women's team were Lyndell Brekko, Medicine Hat and Elaine Brown and Isabelle Bergman and Linda Redelback Brooks 670 and and Anita Robinson, Pincher Creek and In the Carting Classic competition Andy Stapletoh of Milk River led the way as he rolled a on games of 178, 210, 137, 253 and 182. In the Classic a handicap is used, Stapleton's was 320. To be eligible for the Classic a bowler's average cannot ex- ceed 210. Bob Tinordi of Lethbridge was second at on games of 248, 218, 219, and 270. In third place was Jerry Robinson of Medicine Hat with a total. Fourth was Meryle Bunnage of Lethbridge at In the women's Sandy Meador was the leader with a total on games of and 166. Meador, from Brooks, was joined by Helen Redelback also of Brooks. Redelback had a total on games of 260, 209, 276, 194, 236 and 184. Third was Yvonne Walker of Medicine Hat at Alternate oh the team is Marie Schett. Coaches of the Southern Alberta team that will compete in Calgary Feb. 28 March 1 are Steve Pedersen, Roy Cun- ningham, Bert Mezei and Jean Christie. KIPTA, MAIR FRONT LEFEVER, GAFFNEY BACK GORRIE, WATSON FRONT MORRICE, KINCHLOE BACK Lyon rink District Two champions Danny Lyon and his rink, representing the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, won the District Two Schoolboy Playdowns held in Nobleford Saturday. Along with skip Lyon the rink includes Larry Neigel at third, Jim Lyon at second and lead Larry Machacek. Lyon won three straight matches in the round robin competition, defeating Danny Gruninger of Magrath 12 6, Allan Charlesworth of Picture Butte 10 8, and Brian Siray of Nobleford 10 5. The winning LCI team will represent District Two in the Southern Alberta schoolboy playdowns slated for Banff Feb. 7 9. The two top rinks from the Banff competition will enter the Alberta finals in Calgary Feb. 21 23. STORY, PEAKE FRONT LEES, OVER BACK THORSON, COOPER FRONT THACKER, ANGLE BACK Wheeler wins title VANCOUVER (CP) University of British Colum- bia athletes dominated the Canada West University Judo Championship Saturday, winning four of five weight division championships and the team title. Mark Tsuyuki of UBC won the featherweight 138 pounds or less division with Wayne Miyagishima of the University of Alberta runner up. Greg Wheeler of the Univer- sity of Lethbridge captured the lightweight 153 pounds or less title with UBC's Alan Sakai second. Late spurt helps Elks Leroy Pavan scored three goals, one of them into an empty net, to lead the Lethbridge Midget Elks to a 7 4 win over Okotoks Oilers in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League action Sun- day. Dave Snopek added two goals for the locals, who scored three unanswered goals in the third period for the win, and Scott Jarvie and Jerry Lypka added singles. Greg Osberg, Roy Reid, Ross Dickson and Tim Minue replied for Okotoks. Okotoks outshot the Elks 33 28 and took nine of 20 minor penalties handed out. Foreman drugged NEW YORK (AP) Former heavyweight cham- pion George Foreman said Sunday he believes his Oct. 29, title fight against Muhammad Ali "should have been cancelled" and suggested he may have been drugged at the time of the bout in Zaire. Foreman, interviewed by sportscaster Howard Cosell of ABC-TV, said that about 10 days before the fight he became stricken with an un- explained weakness. "I could hardly get up from the dinner table without being he said. Foreman, who was knocked out in the eighth round by Ali. also told Cosell that several days before the fight, "I thought I might have been drugged." He would not specifically elaborate on that charge, ing only, "Something and "I was never in that fight." He speculated that if the fight had been held in the United States, it would have been postponed. .The Zaire bout was postponed once after Foreman suffered a cut over his right eye in a sparring session. TRY AND STOP US' Coming io 1090 CHEC BACK, LEFT TO RIGHT, SMEED, VICKERS, DYKE, BAKER, MALCOMSON, AND REMPEL FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT, TOLLEY, BORESKI, KING, BILLINGS AND ARNOLD. BACK, LEFT TO RIGHT, BERGMAN, BROWN, SMEED, VIOLINI, BREKKA AND PLATO. FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT, HUNT, ROBINSON, MALCOMSON, AND REDEL- BACK. SING BACK, LEFT TO RIGHT, STAPLETON, TINORDI, ROBINSON, BUNNAGE AND MORIN. FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT, WALKER, MEADOR, SHETT AND REDELBACK. BENY'S MID-WINTER SPECIALS! Special Includn Sun Scope test Compression test Check points Check wiring Check spark plugs Check air filter FRONT END SPECIAL! 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