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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE tnilRUIOGE HEKAIR Monday, Frliiunry 7. 1975 U.S. C.zcclix Magnussen wins silver medal m mi: CANADIAN' IMUCSS SAPPORO, Japan (CP) Blonde Karen Magnussen of Vanccuvcr kept Canada's tradi- tion of u'limiiiR a medal in every Winler Olympics inlacl Monday, skalinp to a secoiul- plncc silver in the women's fiR- iirc skating championship in Lhe-M! (lames. The 19 year-old Canadian had lillk1 chfiiu'o of t-alching world champion Bealric Si-hiiba of Austria, who nailed down Lhe gold medal on the .strength of her perfect ui Llic compulsory .school fipiircs. Bui Karen did move from third in tlio c'onipulsories to sec- ond in Ihe freestyle skating, Riv- ing (he Canadian team its first nu-dal of Llic Games. Unlil slic came through, the Canadians had not scored n single point in the unofficial team slanding. Miss Miifjmis.srn, two-time North A m e r i c o n champion, turned in a nearly flawless per- form a in the free j Slie slipped slightly on one jump. Janot Lynn of flic I'nilcd I States won Ihe and an- j other American. Julio Holmes, ended fourth as she landed badly on one jump. The nine judges all rated Miss Hereford United Upset not the wor of being killed off by a minnow In 19W. as a Second Division side, il lost to Bedford. Hereford w a s magnificent After 112 minmes it trailed 1-0 on a uonl by sinker Malcoom Mac-Donald, but then ii showed Lill Its renowned cup-fighting qualities. Uiree minutes Ron Flad ford had lashed home a 30- yard drive to lorcc extra lime and Ihen s u b s I i t u t e Rick> rieni-Rc netted in l.he min- II'LP lo send six-lime champion on' of UTC MA.YU-F.U II n r P f n r d cried after Ihr match. At'rlisnn a former Arsenal and Sheffield Vniled player, said: "This is (he great moment of my career This one panic won't us in lo the league, but it will cer- tainly help. We've shown we have the players to hold our own." Hereford has another chance to prove its giant-killing abili- ties whenit meets another First Division side. West Ham, in a delayed fourth round tie Wednesday. The manager with the most mised feelings after Saturday's fourth round lies must be Jimmy Bloom field of Leicester. iinie last year he was in charge of Second Division Ori- ent and Saturday he suffered as his former club played magnifi- cent, football to triumph 2-0. Ian Bouyer, Bloomficld's last signing while with the London elub. shot Orient ahead after minutes and Peter Allen made defeat certain for the First Divi- sionsidp a second goal the (55th mnmle. WIN NUMBER THREE EVENT Eileen Ponech of Col- gory won fhe number three Stewan's Ladies Wear event. The winners are, front Ufr to right, skip Joan and Morg Fcnr-pr, Rack, IpF' In rinhl, ihirrj Ponc-rji rjnrj By TIIK IMU-S.S Calgary Centennials and Itc- gina Pats maintained their leads in the western find eastern riivLsions of Ilic Western Canada M o r k o y (luring Ihr weekend aKhnugli nri'hrr won fl gamr. Kcpina fats, tliv eastern divi- sion leaders, were seven points ahead of second-place Saska- toon with fin poml.s after lyin" tlieir p.'imr: with Flin Flon Bombers inKcmnn. Although lost -1 lr> in on ton Oil Kind's in Ivi- ntonlon MKV remained Mm o( ihr v. dr. i- sion.s wilh ft) miv. mure 1hnn New Wr.-.lnnn.Mr-r Tlir .Tf-nnd 71 IT dr fn.llrd Mcflir-irir T.p-i-, in tniML1 M fiftrr Irmk ;i decision over ii in Victoria Sn.skaloon lUarlcs Iwo uiX'krnd 1'nindon Kings dcfcaird Snlur- day in Ilrandnn find Winnipeg .--.nircd a 1 (ncrlinic vic- II] NATS beaten M-orc Swifr t'uiTPnL Bron- cos Sunday in Swifl Current. Flin Flon led Rcpna al !ho enf] of Ihc second period hut a Roal from Clon Toner after seconds of ui the Ihii'd rvmrv] I IIP score Tlir Irnnis through Ihe of Ihe pcrind nnd a ID-intnule overtime jie- riod. hvo lo se Ix-lhhruta- Klk.s Mil fc-ml -irk. Ihn h.-inils i-f CiirR.ii I m-cr I hi' wppkniil ST.vlfl I'lll-rpnl tlir npr'n ill'-! ua'iir I :nid Ilipii added a 70S, Carol 171, Barb 170, Kalhy Hai BANTAMS Michael Gerla Cindny Pcdrln! 110, Kevin Pnndle 172, Krokosh 31 J, Slephcn Kenwood 725, JacKiB Pearson CIVIL SERVICE Bey Swarpn 282, Blair Hurl 314 T7B51, Willie Siegle 553, LylE Smyke 258, Al- len Tflylor 758 lune Taylor 761 Karlyn Spit7T 334, Harry Gar- 4 UECKER WAS FUNNY Foatu brought Ihe house down Saturday Kinsmen Sportsman s speaker Bob Uecker evening at the scored for the U.S. while Eduard Novak replied tor t.he Czechs. Cun-an stopped 39 Anderson ?fil Bunny Anderson 276 Flo Nyquisl J52 (6671, Judy Harnack !ii, Linda Gallant 231, Kit Jones 22B-A.G.T. Don Rasrnusion 25? 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