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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 8, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 13 Beaton ousted by Cole Luco earns berth in national final VALLEYVIEW, Alta. (Special) - Betty Luco of Leth-bridge is the new Alberta senior women's champion. Mrs. Luco and her mates won the provincial title Wednesday evening over Ann Mc-Gillivray of Peace River. The Luco foursome breezed through the three-day event without suffering a loss. They opened with two victories Monday, took Tuesday off and then did battle with McGillivray Wednesday in the A-B final. In the final, Luco emerged with an easy 8-5 triumph. McGillivray advanced to the A-B final by trouncing Betty Jamie-son of Edmonton 13-2 in the B final. Luco got off to a great start Local sports action limited Limited action is scheduled on the home front with many of the local clubs hitting the road this weekend. On the local basketball scene, the Lethbridge Community College Kodiettes and Kodiaks will Elks bounce Cascades in opener The south division pennant winning Lethbridge Midget Elks went on a scoring-spree and whalloped the Crowsnest Pass Cascades 17-3 in Southern Alberta Juvenile League semifinal playoff action Wednesday night.  The Elks opened their best-oMhree series against the third place finishing Cascades quickly as they blasted in five unanswered goals in the first period. The Elks continued their on slaught in the second frame pumping in six more goals for an insurmountable 11-3 lead. Joe Meli led the Elks with a four-goal performance while hat-tricks were scored by Ber nie Syrenne, Baden Pilling and Keg Osmond. Singles came off the sticks of Mark Baldry, Kevin Keith, My-les Fox and Mike Boychuk, George Mistinsek, John Yan-ota and Rick Curtis managed a goal each for the Cascades, who picked up eight of the 13 minor infractions called during the three periods. The Elks will get a chance to wrap-up the series when they travel to Coleman Saturday night for an 8:30 p.m. tilt. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE  SHARPENED  SHINED  NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. host a pair of Alberta College Basketball League games on the weekend. Friday night the LCC clubs will entertain Calgary Mount Royal Junior College while Saturday they'll welcome Southern Alberta Institute of Technology also out of Calgary. The women's games get under way at 6:30 p.m. while the men hit the floor at 8:30 p.m. at the LCC gymnasium. In the hockey circle, the Lethbridge Sugar Kings will act as host Saturday night but hit the road Sunday. Saturday night the Edmonton Mets will pay a visit with the Sugar Kings for an 8:30 Alberta Junior Hockey League encounter while Sunday the Sugar Kings travel north to Drumheller for a 2:30 tilt against the Falcons. Meanwhile at least three other local clubs will be on the road this weekend. The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women's and men's basketball teams will visit Calgary for a pair of important Canada West University Basketball League games while the Catholic Central Cougars will head east to participate in the annual Luther Invitational Basketball Tournament in Regina. Minor hockey The Totems scored two unanswered first period goals Wednesday night and skated to an easy 5-1' victory over the Beavers in a Pee Wee League game. Doug Bickerton scored twice for the Totems while singles were made by Murray Haugh-ton, Scott Parenteau and Mark Gretzinger. Leigh Harrison replied for the Beavers. in her title bid. She picked up three on the first end and scored singles in each of the second, fifth, sixth, seventh and ninth ends. McGillivray picked up three on the third end and deadlocked the match at 4-4 with a single in the fourth end. She did not, however, score again until the 10th when the game was over. | Luco now advances to the Canadian senior women's championship final in Charlotte-town. Curling with Luco on what is believed to be the first Lethbridge rink to compete in a Canadian final were third Kay Redding, second Gladys Red-fern and lead Helen Johnson. Betty Cole of Edmonton stole seven straight ends to take an 11-3 victory over Polly Beaton of Medjcine Hat to win the Alberta women's curling championship Wednesday. Beaton, who won the B final earlier in the day, opened the scoring with three on the first end,, but was never able to score again. Cole got two on the second end, one on the third to tie the score, then stole one in the fourth and fifth ends, two in the sixth, one in the seventh, two in the eighth and one in the ninth. Cole now advances to the Can adian women's championship to be played in Charlottetown. Beaton, the defending Alberta champion, defeated Peg Bentley of Yellowknife, N.W.T 3-6 in the B final. Bentley took two in the ninth to move the score to within one point of Beaton, 7-6, but Beaton drew to the four-foot on the 10th end for the winning point. In Edmonton only one out-of-town rink, Dr. Ron Nattress of Lloydminster, reached the fours of the A event at the Northern Alberta curling championship Wednesday. Others winning spots in the semi-finals were Bob Hawkins Matt Baldwin and Jack Isa-man, all of Edmonton. Nattress dumped Tom Reed of St. Albert into the second event of the modified double-knockout playdown with a 74 victory. He now meets Bob Hawkins, who ground out a 9-7 triumph over Brian Douglas of Edmonton. Isaman meets Baldwin, three-time Canadian curling champion, in another game. Isaman won his second game of the day with a 9-7 victory over Russell Reynolds of Ardrossan while Baldwin stole three points on the first and went on to a 7-6 verdict over Gordon Maxwell of Viking. Number one winners Bob Thomas of Warner won the number one event ot the Uniform bonspiel which ended Wednesday. The winners are, front, left to right, skip Thomas and third Brian Otto. Back, left to right, lead Chuck Kaupp and second Rick Duell. Bowling scores Just Arrived! K0H0 CHAMPION HOCKEY STICKS NOW ONLY ... FREE TAPE WITH EVERY STICK FOR BEST TEAM PRICES CHECK WITH BERT & MAC'S CYCLE BERT & MACS CYCLE LTD. 91? 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thur*. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta for over 30 years," CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S Grace HIM 232, Gulla Bunnage 249, Chris Guenther 245, Ruby oseen 255 (685), Jean McCulley 263, Irene Lynde 299 (657), Elaine Tompkins 269, Maggie Oliver 298 (744), Dorothy Anderson 227, Helen Rossetti 226. FRIDAY BANTAMS Michael Gerla 198, Heather Doyle 163, Mallnda Jamllton 196, Jackie Pearson 156, Merylen Bunnage 220, Pat Doyle 198, Stephen Kenwood 179, Mark Gretzinger 165, Charlene Barva 163. FRIDAY JUNIORS Mike Sharun 309, Rick MacLean 234, Brent Montelth 200, Tom Miklos 227, Mlchele MacLean 223, Bruce Wilklns 214, Robert Henderson 190, Bev Passey 174. A.G.T. Chris Ell 237, Agnes Pocza 248, Eleanor Dorlgattl 287 (767), Maureen Vaykovlch 237, Gloria Murkln 232, Ken Rollag 328 ( 701), Dennis Klsio 300 (691), Roy Vaykovlch 283, John Koenen 252, Dick Wells 264. YBC BANTAM BOYS "A" Division Parry McDonald 212, Todd Fisher 202, Troy Hovey 191, Darin ChakI 188, Randy Paskuskl 181, George Coulter 181, Kevin Grahl 177, Locky Craig 176, Edwin Burwash 173, Murray Johnson 160, Arnold Aben 160. "B" Division Michael Holt 153, Raymond Brown 170, Bruce Gray 130, Rod Krokosh 208, Derek Taylor 130, Tommy Doyle 130, Kenny Tunbrldge 147, Craig Ellis 121, Wayne Pallet! 120, Dean Swlt-zer 123. BANTAM GIRLS Tracy Tamayose 213, Lor! ChakI 232, Kim Tolley 172, Cathy Gomerln-ger 159, Pam Shlgehlro 169, Jan Baker 176, Sandra Hamilton 179, Dianne Crlghton 170, Jody Johnson 175, Karen Ludwlg 165. Y.B.C. JRS. AND SRS. Kalle Pedrlnl 245, Nadlne Kovacs 276,. Cindy Miller 231, Linda Malcom-son 292, Cindy Pedrlnl 224, Ron Gretzinger 233, David Crlghton 252, Kim Asquln 229, John Wlldman 300, Bob Hlrsche 210. CIVIL SERVICE Blair Hurt 284 (758), John Erlckson 255 (712), Al Taylor 261 (720), Abe Enns 305 (764), Bob Schuler 344 (762), Dick Tuk 328 ( 735), Karlyn Spltzer 262, Bob Black 320 ( 755), Kay Bath' gate 245 (708), Mike Prokop 267. MARTIN'ZING Lorraine Klrchner 252; Jean Christie 333 (787); Doreen Wilson 250; Karen Marthlenson 256; Jean Passey 248 (712); Alice Kennedy 271; Opal Taylor 271 (684); D6na Smith 252 (691); Carolyn Wilde 252; Pat Le. claIre 274 (712); Inge Seltenhammer 258; Dorothy Coolldge 271. JUNIOR SHOP Glenys Gerstenbuhler 266; Betty Martin 248; Ross Atkinson 280; Jean Armstrong 236; Tilly Roberts 232; Kay Davison 257; Carol Hall 239; Dennis Foder 238; Elaine Streliev 250; Peg Forry 264; Joan Milton 241 (650); Lois Weir 250. CPR SOCIAL Elaine Sinclair 242, Fred Davison 246, Janice Johnson 230, Rollle Howes 264, Fll Oberg 234, Alma Oberg 286 (704), Frank Waugh 332 (679), Cleas Schweitzer 287 (827), Shirley Alexander 226, Bob Anderson 223. GREENS SHOE Earl Armour 298 (816); Sam Glr-ardl 308 (750); Tim Stotyn 297 (729); John Erlckson 312 (813); Darrell Lagler 303 (804); Ben Salcedo 288 (718); Linda Malcomson 278 (756); Nadine Kovacs 273 (721); Betty Taylor 267' (726); Eleanor Dorlgattl 274 (819); Dianne Violin! 321 (779); Sandra Westllng 272 (763). VASA LODGE Jon Enander 348 (787), Arvid Oseen 230, Layne Baceda 220, Gus Hegland 254, Bob Hanson 260, Carol Park 213, Don McLean 257, Deb Collier 209, Jim Berry 213, Doug Hegland 206. EAGLES LODGE Olga Larocque 264, Kathy Ludwlg 290, Anne Ondrus 249, Joyce Marsden 240, Mary Ward 233, Ethel Campbell 230, Don McCarthy 314, Doug McCarthy 268, John La Rocque 265, Cyril Barnett 256, George Zaryehl 270, Garry Vaycovich 271. YOUNG ADULTS Sheila Wasyllshen 224; Nadlne Kovacs 249; Darlene Terry 223; Linda Malcomson 280 (810); Carolyn Passey 213; Kim Kovacs 235; Darrell Lagler 243; Jim Malcomson 237; Ken Kurtz 267. HIGA'S Dot Anderson 292 (732); Edith Voth 257; Kae Mann 253 ( 663); Shirley Boyd 253; Marlene Bosch 326 (767); Chris Ell 269 ( 674); Kathy Muller 249; Vlckl Holberton 245; Lena Moore 247; Shirley Alexander 246. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Helen Weets 247 ( 657); Dianne Violin! 300 ( 751); Mary Wlshnevskl 259 (650); Leona Pedrlnl 238; Rita Brooks 239; Meryle Bunnage 287; Steve Pedersen 329 ( 874); Reg Arnold 269; Mlike Irving 313; Keith Labrash 253. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Bill Low 296; Linda Malcomson 276 (760); Gary Low 246; Emanuel Senile 261; Naida Low 211; Ken Shlgemi 229; Bill McTIghe 230; Lynn Logan 225. SENIOR CITIZENS Lll Holt 262 ( 670); Audrey Scott 247; Betty Murtland 243; Ethel Evanson 256; Maggie Oliver 236; Tom Archbold 236; Bill Jensen 289; Slim Berry 243; Ben Evanson 252j Frank Bernhart 286 (600). >s at Unifarm Bob Thomas of Warner is the new champion of the 21st annual Region 14, Unifarm Bonspiel. Thomas and his quartet defeated Ron Neher of Newlands 8-5 in the final of the number one Superior Propane event. Thomas earned a berth in the final by stopping Fred f Leverick of Newlands 84 in one semi-final while Neher thumped John Panczak of Ma-grath 10-2 in the other. Ernie Shumacher, with Charlie Brantner skipping, took home the number two, Southern Alberta Co-op honors with a final game 6-5 victory over Wes Kuehn of Warner. Sctamaaher, also of Warner, slipped past Robert Holt of Raymond 10-8 in the semi-final. Kuehn advanced after downing Roy Jensen of Newlands 11-10. The number three UFA Coop event was won by Garth Nilsson of Wrentham as he bested Bill Melieden of Ready-made 9-7 in the final. Nilsson had earlier downed Fred Kali cum of Wrentham 9-7 to earn a berth in the final, Meheden, on the other band, was forced to the limit by Clem Kaupp of New Dayton before winning 9-8. In the fourth and final event of the t h r e e-day event, Herb Culler and his Wrentham rink outlasted Bob Sapsford of Newlands 10-7 in the final. Culler won his semi-final game 8-7 against a very tough Gordon Luchia of Newlands while Sapsford slipped past Art Beaton of New Dayton. Forty southern Alberta links took part in the bonspiel. Number three winners Garth Nilsson won the third event. The winner* ore, front, left to right, skip Nilsson and third Bruce Eli-ason. Back, left to right, lead Harold Kuehn and second Nick Lastuka. Number two ivinners Ernie Schumacher won the number two event. The winners are, front, left to right, skip Charlie Brantner, and third Schumacher. Back, left to right, Oscar Mueller, lead and second Ray Culler. ore s Number four ivinners Oil JilHlli Herb Culler won the number four event. The winners are, front, left to right, skip Culler and third Doug Mueller. Back left to right, lead Ken Greeno and second Len Mueller. There's a little I all of (and you get it for as little as $2245*) Datsun goes to extremes to build the car you need Above, the Race Champion: our fast, fabulous 240-Z. Below, the Economy Champion: our zippy 1200 sedan. Worlds apart? Look again. The Z has all-steel unibody construction. Slick four-speed stick shift (or optional automatic, at extra cost). Reclining vinyl bucket seats. Safety collapsible steering column. All included in the price. But so does the '1200. Our point ? You get quite a lot of 240-Z engineering in even our least expensive Datsun. It may be all you really need. *Dalsun 1200 2-door sedan: $2245. Suggested retail price F.O.B. Vancouver, Toronta, Montreal, Halifax warehouses. Local freight, licence, provincial tax, if applicable, extra. al! you need now-) B^VTSUN PRODUCT OF NISSAN There are more than 1300 Datsun dealers aeress Canada and the United State*, ;