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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, February 9, 1971 Canadians well back in Tuesday's competition strikes first gold in speed skating event SAPPORO, .Inpnp. (C'Pi A powerful Russian woman won her swoncl Nordu- .-.Viim; medal hy ;L margin ol five sec- onds and ;i Hcrl Hlinuis hriy speed sknli'r llu1 I'nilct Russia shot to the lop of the I Galina Koulnliova of Russia mwlal iintl points standings, completed .-i rare Nordic ski won il.s first gold of Ihe Ci.lines, retaining the biathlon til IP, and O-cehnslovakia finally got a states il-s firsi'pud of fhu Win- j srcmed certain add a gold ter Olympics today. one in figure skating_______ double, winning the women's rii'c-kilomclre cross-country raw: Diannc Iloliim of North- brook, III., c a plu red Ilic women's .speed skat- ing title in two minutes 20.D5 Thunderettes too lough seconds, an Olympic record, and Mapiar Solbnrg, a 30-year- old policeman from Trondhcim, Norway, .successfully defended his biathlon championship. The Firlh rn'ins, Shirley and Sharon, of Jnuvik, N.W.T., were out ol the money in the cross- country skiing, but Sharon did beat her nine plac- ings. Jungle Jim Hunter of Calgary was 13th, the best of the Cana- dian skiers in the men's giant slalom, a two-day race. The ini- tial run left the favored French Russians wallop American squad Proii By LLOYD YAMAC.ISHI Herald Sports Writer The University of British Col- University ol LetnbridgE Prong- horns 58-23 Tuesday night. The Thunderetles. leaders in the Weslem Canada Inter-Col- umbia Thunderc-llcs had theilegiate Women's Basketball shades of usbg light-1 League completed their two- ening-bolt methods to crush the game sweep over the Prong- Bowling scores SIMPSONS-SEARS Ed RniseMi 2B7 Marino Ranu- son 'S CAPR1 BOWL JUNIORS St. Jean Coninx 25E: Dcrr. ano 256; Tom Prall 254 Pa! Pi'jrrr 275 C-icria Reynolds 311- Bob Tircrdi 3D; Hrycyk 371; E.' in Serrju Encn Merg Seefried Clav 32i; Valerie Alt-- Jean Passey T-.-- '77n; Eia.n- h'rcv.n faml Hurkpns !JB. 351; Helen Wcc-3 US; Ircr-c 33B; Helen Deaf 229. GORDIES Jack Smeed 333 319 Bill R-flun Yuiak, Ureno Kfi Ren Greliinger 27 Wimp Ores! Yurchak 29-1 3M Bill 250: B'll Tay- I lor 27B Yo SPEEDYS Jean Passey 32E 31fi Warg 284 (6'D; Cfl'-ers Wllma V.'lnter 257 GP 253 Palsy Peac-xk 2J7. -Vrrg Smllh 2J8 Irene Karla CT. SENIOR CITIZENS Jim Arlhur :5i Frank Bern- hart 240; Jack Nunweilrr 313 Henry Bechihcld 259- Bill Riley 271; Volma Miller Tuk !DB; Phyllis Wurirr Rose Nunweiler !J2; Horah Hollorlh 203. HIGA'S LADIES Connie Marshalsay 2-H; Annelle Ne- W3; Praskach 757 Pat Jarvie 553 Betty Rcberls 240; Lorraine Perslcy 2i-; Pnvl Harri- Bon Suian McDona'd 261 (S561; Lena Moore 257 Marlene BMCh 232 PREBU1LT SOCIAL Schmalz 300 Ted Mcln- tyre Cal Ctay !55; Jce Hart 23C; Karl Noack 002; Pat Orsfen 230; Em- inuel Schlle 352 Lois Gilbert on 27? Larry Dumonlior 302 Geo Matched ?ifi; udy Lagasse 205; Harnactt 231 B AND E HARDWARE Corrldo Sanlcni 29D; Jchn Leon 5S9; Sig Dobler 301 Morgan r.nnrks 273 Elias Sawitla 2B2 Alex Koglsr Psl Tunstall 3S7 Mary VMhnc-vski 2S-! Elaine Brov.n 25J Elaine San- der Raea Beeth-rari 367, Carole Cromtei Elks honspiel set for March March 5-12 marks the dates of the 20th annual Lelhbridge Elks boiLspicl. A. total of BO rinks from southern Alberta lodges will take part in the four-clay event wiuh prizes up for grabs in four events. Entry fee has bcc-n set at pec rink which includes a ban- quet Uie Friday evening and dance Saturday. Entries can be sent to Mur- ray Colcmnn at Weslminslrr School or phone 32a-263D. NEW YORK CAP) Catcher Josh Gibson and first baseman Walter iBuck) Leonard were elected lo baseball's Hall of Fame today by the special com- mittec on the Negro Leagues. Gibson was the unanimous choice of the nine-man selection committee while Leonard was named on seven minimum required for election. other playere received one vote Henry and Pop Lloyd, shortstop and first baseman, and Willie Foster, a left-handed pitcher. Gibson and Leonardo will be inducted info the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y., Aug. 7, along with Sandy Koufax, Yogi Berra, Early Wynn, Lefty Gomez, Ross Youngs and Will Harridgc, all elected earlier this year. Gibson and Leonard became the second and third players from the pre-1947 era of Negro baseball elected to the hall. Pitcher Satchel Paige last year became the first of the black stars elected who were prevented from playing hi the major leagues because of a color ban. Gibson died at the age of 35 a few months before Jackie Robinson became Ihe first black player in major league history. Few reliable records were kept in the black leagues, but Gibson reportedly bit G2.T home runs, including 114 in one year. ".lash was the greatest hitter I ever pitched to. and I pitched to Page has said. horns at the Chic Centre last niglil. Monday night the Thunder- eltc.i thumped their host Prcng- nonis The (TO didn't Effect the Pronghonis' position in standings though as they clinched third place last weekend with a pair of victories over the U of A Pandas. In last night's encounter the PronghoiTLs came out in a light- ing spirit and trailed only 8-6 after four minutes of play. All of a sudden the roof caved in on the Pronghorns with the Thundercttes bolting away to 19 straight points without a reply from their hosts. Trailing 27-6 at half-time the Pronghorns came out strong to finish off the final 20 minutes of play. After sinking three quick poinLs the Pronghoms sat back and walched the well-coached Thunderettes strike back. The Thimdcrettes, who could be considered one of the besl- wcmen's basketball clubs in Canada, took over control for the rest of the half to earn the victory- Wendy Grant led the way for the Thunderetles with a 12-point performance wJiile Terri Mc- Govern chipped in with 11. Minnie Van Dieren, one of the best ball players in Ihe WC'IWBL, paced the Pronghoms with 10 points while Sharon Gi- duk added six. HOOP SHOTS Pronghorns' coach Wilma Winter lost her voice completely by the end of the game A few more players on the Pronghorns' bench could help tremendously It was obvious that Ihe Thunderetles are well trained and disciplined THUNDERETTES PRONGHORNS 23 Thunderellos Wells 7, 2, Bland 6, Barnes 6, Gee 6, Sargent 2. r.'.cC-overn 11, Robinson 2, Grant Crnr.'Jon 5, Pliclan 2 Pronghcrns Whilrheflri 9, Can- nady 2, 6, McDonnell 2, Brn- dnck I, v.'csl. Von Dieren 10. Total- 23. Thomas indicted by jirand jury GREENVILLE, Tex. (AP) Duane Thomas. Dallas Cow- boys1 running back, was in- dicted by a Hunt County grand jury Tuesday, along with his younger brother, Bcrtrand, on charges of possessing mari- juana. They will be arraigned beforo Judge Holhs Carman Feb. 22 in 196th District Court. Meanwhile their original bail of each is continued. aAPPORO. Japan (CP) Russia skated to a 2-0 first pe- riod lead and crushed the United Slates 7-2 today, vir- luaHy e'.iminaling the Ameri- cans from the gold medal chase hi She championship hockey tournament at the Winter Olym- pics. The win gave Ihe Russians five poinls and moved them inio a tie with Sweden for first spot in the six-country round robin. Both learns have 2-0-1 records. Sweden scored its second win of the tournament earlier in the day, downing pesky Poland 5-3. Two key games are left and they will decide who Tins the gold. Sweden plays Czechoslova- kia Thursday and Russia meets tho Czedis in the final game of the tournament Sunday. Of the top lliree, only Sweden and Russia have met in the round-robin tournament, and they tied 3-3. The Czechs, with only a loss to the Americans marring their record, are. 2-1 with four points. Then come the U.S. and Fin- land, each 1-2, and Poland 0-3. MALTSEV SCORES 2 Alexander M a 11 s e v scored twice for the Russians while Gnennady Tsygankov, Valery ChaiTnalov, P.-'. v p 11 e n y Znnin, Yuri Blinov and Vlsriirmr Yiku- lov added lhn oilier gonb. Frark ard Ron Nas- hmd scored third-period goals for the Americans. The win was the 61st straight by Russia U.S. teams in tournament and exhibition hockey play. The Americans have not defeated Russia since the I860 Games at Squaw Val- ley, Calif. The Russians: peppered Amer- ican goallendar Mike Cun-an with 50 shots while the U.S. mustered only 27 drives at the Russian net. Sweden had a difficult time disposing of Poland and used a four-goal outburst m the second period to sew up the win. Inge Hammarstrom scored a pail' of goals lo lead Ihe Swed- ish offensive while Lars-Goran NUsson, Bjorn Palmqvist and Tord Lundstrom added singles. Lsszek Tokarz. Feuks Goral- cyk and Joseph Slowakiewicz scored for the PolDs, who were outshot 26-16. Poiioka refused request RED DEER (CP) The Al- berta Junior Hockey an- nounced Tuesday it lias refused a request by Ponoka Stamped- ers for a further one year leave of absence. Ponoka was granted ia year's leave of absence following the season to recover a def- icit of approximately it incurred over four years of op- crr.tion in the league. League president Jim Kcoular of Calgary said favorable con- sideration of the request would leave the league in a picidiar position regarding pcssiliSe ex- p-insioii for the 1972-7i sea- son. "The Ponoka organization also has some internal probleros we u'ould like lo see ironed c.1i! be- fore can consider the pos- sible return of Ponoka to the league." A second Ponoka group has expressed an interest in oper- ating the franchise, which, is held hy the Ponoka Hockey As- sociation, a locally owned or- ganization comprising about 20 shareholders, ho said ANDY VAN DOORN ANDY'S BARBER SHOP 526 6th St. South Como in and see us for: RAZOR CUTS SHAG CUTS MODERN STYLES O SHAMPOOS OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYS 7 HOURS FREE PARKING Phone 328-7215 RICHARD FURUKAWA Bill Harris, coach of the. Swedish leam, said he had been concerned his players would take the Poles loo lightly. "But they were looking to the Czech game tomorrow (Thurs- day) night, just as the Czechs were looking to games with Sweden and Russia when they played the United Slates Mon- day." The Czechs, who are in sec- ond place with a 2-1 won-Iost mark, swamped Poland 14-1 Saturday, lost to the U.S. 5-1 Monday and upended Finland 7-1 Tuesday. Famose faces trouble SAPPORO, Japan (AP) Marc Hodler, president of the International Ski Federation, said today veteran French skier Annie Famose had been sus- pended and given a deadline h present evidence she did nol cn- Caje in commercial aciivily. "If she cannot supply such proof, she will remain sus- pended Hodler said, The time limit is 2 p.m. Thursday Japan time (midnight tonight The other skier who was in- vestigated by the FIS, Hodler added, was the French ace Pat- rick Russel. The cases against both, he said, result from advertise- ments in French newspapers that they would work for a radio and television station dur- ing the Sapporo Games. Hcdler said one reason why no decision would be made here in tile case of Russel was the absence of the skier from the Games. Russel broke a leg in a giant slalom race in West Ger- many a few weeks ago. Hodler noted that no judg- ment would be made against Miss Famose without giving her a chance to defend herself or agaiast Russel in his absence. FINISHED EIGHTH The International Olympic Committee had been widely criticized for banning Austria's Karl Schranz from the Olympics without giving him a hearing. Miss Famose finished eighth in the women's downhill here. Hodler said he had withheld the names because he wanted the two skiers to have a chance to present a defence to the FIS board before their names were published. "However, since the news is out he added, referring lo reports quoting him as saying that Mi.ss Famose had been "disqualified'' hy the FIS, "I had lo change my stand." "I regret this." Hiss Famose was not avail- able for comment. She was with the French team in the Olympic Village. She was not entered in the giant slatom, and was nol scheduled lo enter Ihe conclud- ing woman's race, the slalom. The Sapporo Games are her third Olympics. The advertisement was pub- lished in a number of French newspapers. team without lop stars among the first seven. Norwegian, West German and Italian skiers wero 1-2-3 going into Thursday's last nm. Canadian singles champion Toller Cranston of Toronto was (he top-placed Canadian in Wednesday's over-all showing, placing 12th in the men's figure skating after completion of six compulsory figures. Karen Magnussen's silver medal in the women's figure skating and a fourth place by Laurie Kreiner in the women's giant slalom are Ihe only plac- ins high enough so far to earn points for the Canadian team. The Vancouver skater picked up five poinls and the Timmins, Ont., skier three. Fifteen events remain of the 35 on the pro- gram. Miss Koulakova, the fabu- lously strong Russian winner of Hie 10-kilometre cross-country gold medal, added the five-kilo- metre title today with a strong finishing burst. The 29-year-old world five-kilo- metre champion covered the distance of 3.1 miles in 17 min- utes and one-half five seconds ahead of Finland's 34-year-old bronze winner in the 10 kilometres. Marjatta Kajos- maa took the silver in CZECH TAKES BRONZE The bronze winner was Hel- ena Sikolova of Czechoslovakia in The 23-year-old sec- retary is the first Czech to win a medal in Olympic cross-coun- try racing. She was 8-100ths of a second ahead of Russia's world 10-kilometre champion, Alevtina Olynrna, silver winner in the 10 kilometres. Less than seven sec- onds separated the first four. "This was the closest field there has ever been in the cross-country." said Canadian coach Bjorger Petterson. "It looked like an Alpine race." Sharon ruth was wth in more lhaa a minute be- hind tho Russian winner. Shir- ley Firlh was 33Ui in Roseanne Allen of Inuvik 40lh in and Helen Sander of Dunrobin, Ont., 41st in the field of 44 with Pelterson. an Inuvik ski In- structor, said he was unhappy with the Canadian perform- ances. The girls are ing Canada for the first time in women's Olympic Nordic skiing. "If you want to consider that they're just kids, they did well, he paid. "But our program should have put us higher than that. Tile difference lies in over- seas competition and our Euro- pean trip was cancelled just be- fore Christmas." The Canadian team was scheduled to compete in Scandi- navia, but a month before its departure was informed that the budget had been cut, partly be- cause of lower government grants than expected and partly because of lower-than-expectcd results from fund-raising. Pet- terson said: "Up lo November, we thought we were operating on a budget of Then we discovered we were gelling only In Ihe women's speed skating, the best Cana- dian placing was 21st by Sylvia Burka of Winnipeg. Gaels whip Vauxhall The Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels blasted the visiting Vaux- hall Vikings 49-29 in Southwest Boy's basketball Leaguo action Tuesday night. Richard Low and Ed D i c k paced the Gaels with 14 points apiece while Jake Rcmpel and Murray Brown notched 10 points ?ach in a losing cause. In girl's league action the Coaldale Larks bounced the Vauxhall Vi-Queens 33-19 be- hind Karren Brecka's 16-point performance. Cindy Dorehuk hooped 10 for the Vi-Queens. The Larks wilt see action again tonight in Coaldale when Ihey host the Fort Macleod Me- teors at, 7 p.m. Polly Beaton loses to Cole JASPER, ALTA. (CP) The Betty Cole rink of Edmonton, 1970 Alberta women's curling champions, won tho A event Tuesday in the "972 provincial curling playdowns. Mrs. Cole, the northern j champion, defeated Kv Thom- as of I'inn Point, Hie North- weM Territories champion, 9-8 in the first round and then de- fcalwl Paulie Beaton of Medi- cine Hat, tho southern cham- pion, n-n. Mrs. Cole now must wait for the winner of tho Thomas-Bcn- ton B event final today in Uic modified double-koockout tour- nament. Mrs. Beaton edged Perky McCulIoiigh of Grande Prairie, (he Peace River champion, 9-R in an extra end In the first round game in a section before losing to Mrs. Cole. Mrs. Thomas slole one of the lllh end in Uic B event to knock Mrs. McCullough out of the competition by 7 0. Ruth Ellitjoll of Edmonton ivon tho A section in Uic pro- vincial senior women's play- downs Tuesday, defeating VI Goclt of. Calgary M. HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPS Darwin Rornanrhuk, left, and Linda Malcolmsan led the way in the recent high school five pin rolloffs. The win enabled Romanchuk to relain the title he won last year. For Malcolmson it is her first crown. They will now lead the way in Ihe south zone rolloffs at Capri Bowl this Blind bowlers roll Thursday a This being White Cane Week in Canada, a challenge has been sent cut by the White Cane Bowling Club of Lelhbridge, to the Norbridge Lions Club for a competition Thursday evening. The irons have been in the fire for some and it is believed the Lions will be out in full force lo challenge the blind hmrlrrs at the Bmvlndraiip si tr-ven o'clock, To ncn Ihinps up in IJie play, the Lions mil be blind- folded. Bowling, as recreation for the blind, is not new In Alberta, but it is new In Lethbridge. Last fall the Canadian National In- stitute for the Blind In Lelh- bridge, finally had enough in- terested blind people to begin making plans for a league. The Norbridge Lions agreed to Turds and Ihe league, got under way November. There was a postponement of play during the cold weal her but the league is expected la operate into Ihe spring. To qualify for the Icagiia bowlers virions range from 10 per cent lo lolal blindness. Roth .'ire pl-vT-' ;i', '1'f1. lop of nllny t'ii''''pp I'nir in x lur inc I ho bill. "The Lions have a bat- tle of said Don Jones, CNIB Field Sjcrelary, "Blind people can, and have reached soir.a cry high scores. The Lions, who won't b2 to Hie dark, may have some trouble. Anyone interested is inviled to take in Ihe action Thursday. ELRICH TIRE FORT SCO ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T P A Pis Cal. cougars Red Deer Cal. Canucki Lelhbridge Cdm. Lrfils Drumheiler Edm. 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