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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THF IUHBRIDGF llgRAlD Friday, Miruury 4. WIN FIRST EVENT Garth NilsLon of Wrenlliai iii Ihc number one Implumenl Dealers sccintion bonspie) which ended Thursday, The v Mick ihird Biuce Ellnson and lead i beslcd Ted Rudd of Wronlhcim lo at ihfi annual Uniled Fanners arc-, left lo ricjhl, skip Nilsson, Hnrold Kuehn NUMBER TWO CHAMPS Norm Ober of won Hie number two Super- ior Propane over Stan Brecka of Iron Springs. The winners ore, left lo right, skip Obcrr second Ran Chizazia, third Mrs, Carol and lead Paul Kac'ik. NUMBER THREE WINNERS George Luco of Wilson won the number ihree Soul hem Alberla Co-Op event over Lloyd Branther of Wrenlharn. The winners are, left fo right, second Mrs. Bea Luco, lead G. McGinn is, skip Luco and third Mrs. Gladys McGinn is. NUMDER FOUR WINNERS Leonard Dunn of Turin won the number four U.F.A. event over Bill Meheden of Readymode. The winners are, left lo n'ghf, skip Dunn, lead Martin Laurii, third Frank Pavlis and second Nick Skronsky. Murpliv i V HONOLULU (An ''That's aliollt as good as 1 know to play Bob Murphy said after posting a 65 for a three-way share of the top spot in the Hawaiian open golf tournament Thursday. Murphy was tied with Dave ant) Crier Jones j after Ihc first round in the i J200.000 event that offers a! Mn.000 first prize1. I They were seven under par on Ihe Waialae Country Club roursr. hut. only one stroke in from of nnnlher half dwn play- ers headed by Masters cham- pion Charles Coody. There uas some spcdacularly low scoring as the strongest field nf the year look advantage of mild temperatures and near- perfccl ronchlions. field par 72. "Thar." what the people want to sec.1' snid Lee Trcvino, in contention with a 68. "They come out to see birdies and eagles. You get your lead- ers shooting Iwo or three over par and the people are going lo say, "Hell. I (an do lh.il.' and go off and play somewhere." TIF. ronnv Tied uilh Coody v.-rrr l.re Elder, Curtis Sifford, .hm Frr- riell, Marly Fleckman and Zealand's John Arnold Palmer, m-ikins mil-, his second start of ih 37 10 7R 1.1 10 30 fl 207 109 BO Delrnll Toronto Vancouver Buffalo Chlcsnn Minne-iOln Olilnrnln Louis Phlln. Pittsburgh Los Anqe'ei LEADERS, Esposito, B PaJells, lir Orr, a......... ilbort, NY Hadrieicl, R. Hull, C M Martin. Quf larrlield. B Perreauli, Ouf WESTERN CANADA LEAGUB Easlern Division W L T F A pit ?S 14 1 1S4 Hi S? ___ 3.1 14 3 191 H5 51 Brandon IS 70 0 713 707 SO Flln Flon 71 3) 0 1R7 730 A7. Winnipeg 14 IB 1 13P 162 31 Swift Current 15 31 1 162 218 31 Western Division Calgary 34 9 i w 103 New West 29 17 020015? 5fl i 3 197 160 Sf, 1 1 776 715 -19 9 3 U-1 195 JB J Q 117 747 72 Medicine Hoi 8 215 113 77 9 190 135 R U-! 166 10 137 1-14 57 1 127 159 3S HOCKEY SCORES 12 133 196 J? West Division .1-1 II 5 Ift5 16 73 17 fl 138 117 67 U 14 10 HB 195 M 17 79 7 HI 172 15 71 fl HR LI 2?