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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta EASTER IN DISNEYLAND Cafcwy Moid fcorn DM pv MdlXTflAa. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTM VILLAaE MALL PHONE THIRD SECTION The Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, February 6, 1974 UttfcrMfi Offloi Fvritan LM. TMi tt (4M) 7411 FILING CABINETS Pages 21-32 Polly concerned Polly Beaton of Medicine Hat, right, talks over a difficult shot with third Doreen Desharnais in first round of Alberta women's curling finals at Fort Macleod. Beaton lost her first game to Marilyn Johnson of St. Albert, but stayed alive with a win in "B" side play. Murray sinks Longhorns, Joevenazzo keeps up pace BLAIRMORE (Special) Lyle Murray fired two goals Tuesday night to spark the Pass Red Devils to a 6-2 victory over Lethbridge Longhorns in an Alberta Ju- nior Hockey League game. Brian McLean, Dave Krook, John Hawkins and Brant Sims also tallied for the Red Devils, who trailed 1-0 after the first period but led 3-2 after the second. Brad Cox connected for both Lethbridge goals. Lethbridge outshot the Pass 36-34 and served two of five minor penalties. Rod Pimm scored four goals to lead the Red Deer Rustlers to a 7-1 victory over the Edmonton Mets Tuesday Herald Sports Pictured is the lucky winner of Duntop Ford's 19" Color TV set, drawn for during their Exhibition Pavilion Sato. The lucky winner was Mrs. J. Kroplnak of 1019 Glacier Drive, Lethbridge. Shown presenting the TV set is L 0. Foster, General Sales Manager of Duntop Ford. DUNLOP FORD Terry Wittchen had two goals for the Rustlers and Irvine Bowles added one. Rick Zaparniuk was the scorer for Edmonton. Ron Bourcier had 25 saves for Red Deer and Brian Henderson and Jim Bowman combined for 29 saves for Edmonton. Edmonton and Red Deer each had five minors, white Red Deer served the game's only misconduct. Red Deer had three majors and Edmonton four. The Rustlers ted 24) after the first period and 5-1 after the second. Meanwhile Wittchen has taken a commanding lead in the league scoring race. A three year AJHL veteran, Wittchen has collected 39 goals and 39 assists for 78 points and an eight point lead over team mate Brian Sutter. Sutler has 31 goals and 39 assists, leading injured Drutnbeller Falcons centre Roger Mitchell by two points. Mitchell has 29 goals and 39 assists. Wittehen's 39 goals is best in the league. Calgary Canucks rookie Jerry Bancks is second with 36. Tops in assists is another rookie, Randy Joevanazzo of Lethbridge Longhorns, with 44. Red Deer's Bonder, with a 3.21 goals against average, leads netrmnders, white Jim Bownunt of Edmonton Mets has two shutouts, tops in the league. Brent McCracken of the Pass Red Devils has 215 penalty minutes, leading the league. Edmonton Mets, with minutes, tead in total penalties. Johnson awaits winner of Beaton-Nolan match Polly has to do it the hard way FORT MACLEOD Marilyn Johnson of St. Albert moved to within one victory of the Alberta women's curling championship Tuesday night as she Skipped her rink to. a 7-6 victory over Gloria Nolan of Yellowknife in the A-event final. Johnson defeated defending provincial champion Polly Beaton of Medicine Hat 9-6 in the first round while Nolan downed Sheila Bayley of Valleyview 10-7. In the B bracket Tuesday night, the Beaton rink downed Bayley 10-7 to remain alive in the double knockout competition. In seniors competition, Dorothy Shields of Medicine Hat halted Joyce Muyers and her crew from Yellowknife 8-5 in the A final. Marie Badick rebounded from a 14-5 whipping by Shields in the first round to defeat Fran Rose of High Prairie 10-9 in 11 ends in her second test. Beaton was to meet Nolan today for the right to meet Johnson in the A-B final while Muyers and Badick tangle for the right to meet Shields in the A-B final of the seniors competition. In the Johnson Beaton game, the rinks battled through eight ends of see saw play before Johnson scored two on the ninth end to take an 8-6 lead heading home. with last rode, missed an attempt at a raise and stay which would have given her a tie. Johnson, however, counted a single for the 9-6 win. Nolan, in much the same game with Bayley, watched her opponent miss the final takeout leaving Nolan' counting three and the margin of victory. In the seniors Shields ran away from Badick'with six on the second end and four on the fifth. Muyers, with Olive Parriall throwing skip rocks, picked up four in the fifth and another four in the ninth. Aussie sprinter furious MELBOURNE (Reuter) Australian woman sprinter Raelene Boyle, double sprint gold medallist at the Christchurch Commonwealth Games, threatened to quit track and field today if she is not allowed to run in Canada. Last Saturday, Raelene, 22, was invited to run in the Toronto Star Maple Leaf Indoor Games and other races in Canada and the United States, and was to have left Australia today or Thursday. But the Australian Amateur Athletics Union whose sanction she needs to allow her to compete overseas, says she cannot go unless she is accompanied by a manager whose yipfiuws would have to be paid for by Canada, and not until a detailed itinerary is supplied. Raelene objected to such an escort, saying: "What do they think I am, a three-year-old? I'm extremely disappointed. "If I can't go overseas. 111 quit running this season and I won't compete in the national titles." Track and field officials say it is unlikely the Canadians will agree to pay for a cnaperone, but no reply has been received to an urgent cable sent Tuesday by the AAAU. Tollestrup scores 32 Cardston Keari's Western Sports recorded tbsir 12th straight victory of the 1973-74 Chinook Senior Men's Basketball League season Monday night. Cardston, tops hi the five- team league, wallopped Letbbridge Capri 101-53 behind Tim Toftestrop's tt- uifj. Joe Pitcher also hooped 22 points for the winners white Hugo Breci notched 14 ftoiftto for Capri who trailed 42-20 at the half. Beaton, in explaining her loss to Johnson, simply agreed with everyone, Johnson had her draw weight and it hurt Beaton and her mates. But Beaton, the personable campaigner from the Gas City, has always done things the hard way when it comes to women's curling. Said one member of her rink, "we don't even blow what it's like to win the "A" section title. Meanwhile the Marion Radcliffe rink of Kelowna won the British Columbia ladies curling championship Tuesday, defeating the Shirley Guthrie rink of Cloverdale 7-6 in an extra end in the ninth draw. The Bette Anderson rink of North Vancouver defeated the Darlene Clarke rink from Fort Nelson 10-2. The Donna Clark rink of Burnaby defeated the Shirley Wright rink of Smithers 10-2, and the Helen Fitch rink from Dwyer delivers Lucy Dwyer of .the Sheila Bayley rink of Valleyview, Peace River, delivers her first stone of the eighth end Tuesday. Dwyer and her mates came a long way only to lose twice in Fort Macleod Tuesday and then turn around and head home. Whitehorse, Y.T., defeated the Marion Klit rink from Beaver Valley 13-5. Flora Martin of Victoria had the bye in the ninth round. The Radcliffe rink finished with seven victories against one loss. Remove red line -Boucher NEW YORK (AP) Frank Boucher, who gave hockey the red line in 1943, now wants to take it away. Boucher began to worry about the sport during its formative years. He still worries about it. Boucher, always the in- novator, suggested the in- troduction of a red line, divid- ing the ice in half. The rule worked so well that its introduction generally is used to mark the start of hockey's modern era. But Boucher, who spent 30 years as a player, coach and general manager of New York Rangers of the National Hockey League, now says the red line has outlived its usefulness and hockey should take it out of the game. "The game has said Boucher, elected to the Hall of Fame in 1958. "Now there is too much play in the neutral zone because everybody has become so expert at the art of forechecking. I think to com- bat they have to bring the blue lines closer together and allow teams to pass from their own zone to the blue line of the other team. That would open the game up the same way the red line did." Still active at 73, the longtime New York hockey great was in town in conjunction with publication of his memoirs, When the Rangers Were Young. "I wouldn't want to be play- ing in this era. I played a dif- ferent style. I never shot the puck into the zone. I always carried it in. To my way of thinking, hockey is a game of possession of the puck and the puck in is just giving up that possession." AUTOMOTIVE CENTRE PREMIUM TIRE SALE OUR FINEST FIBERGLASS KITED POLYESTER CORD TIRES Mt SchFrin E78.J4 H78-U _ No thorge lo? fire mounting ntttfjHtss SttVofl fof TftcfiM flnt MIUAGt GUAtANTHO MILES Oft 36 MONTHS WftT SNOWnKM SfOCR pfffyr PQO TpQd WJJHQUT HUM! JO JWONTHS Of For Most Compact. Medium, and Standard North American Can. 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