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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, February 9, 1974 BOOK NOW FOR OVERSEAS CHARTERS Depirturt md tarn now conlKl ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDBE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phont (403) 321-7411 CHAIRS... Gervais looking for provincial title once more be on card .UK (Minns of the Lethbridge Boxing Club. Ih'1 lotion next weekend when Kainai in im.ilnur fight card with a number in Albott.i expected to take part Amateur boxing card shaping up The Kainai Gloves amateur boxing tournament will be held at the Lethbridge Exhibi- tion Pavilion Feb 15 and 16 The St Paul's Poor Boys DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 12c STREET NORTH Enterprise, under the direc- tion of president Alan Small- face, is presenting the card in conjunction with the Leth- bndge and District amateur boxing club Amateur boxing clubs from such places as Lundbreck, Drayton Valley, Calgary, Cranbrook. Gleichen, Red Deer, Edmonton and Idaho are among those expected to take part Carmen Rmke, the Blair- more boxer who represented this area at the recent Com- monwealth Games, reaching the quarter finals, is also expected to take part A search is on now for a suitable opponent for the talented boxer. Friday evening's card will get under way at p.m. while the Saturday show kicks off at 2 00 p m. Advance adult and student tickets are available at Dougs. Free children's tickets are also available from special participating mer- chants. ai NICK PALAZZO Nick and Ivor you have your car in top' condition for winter driving MECHANICS SPECIAL 6 Cylinder 8 Cylinder Reg. 31.05 NOW 9S 39-25 NOW 33'5 Spark Plugs, Points, Condenser and Labor RMtotorPhMjs Extra Specials Effective Until Fabrotry 19, 1974 Mechanic on Duty Until10 p.m. Nighty Please Phono tor ApDointnwnl tor Evoning Work. Shirtsleeve heading into homestretch run They separated the men from the boys at the Lethbridge Curling Club Friday as the annual Shirtsleeve Bonspiel continued. With exception of a handful of rinks defeat hit a majority of the 64 rinks in the running for top honors in the six-event bonspiel. Scott Henderson of Lethbridge, defending champion, remained unbeaten in both the number one Lethbridge Herald and number two Alberta Distillers event Play in number one Thursday left Henderson, Harvey Bourassa of Fort Macleod, Gary Neher of Taber, and Lethbridge rinks skipped by Don Coutts, John Virostek, Wayne Anderson, Jerry Coyne and Walt Hartman all in the running. In the number three Lyle Davis, Cliff Forry, and Rick Overn of Lethbridge, John Barron of Picture Butte, Tom Fukami of the 'Butte, Jim and Shig Nakagawa of Magrath and the Corona Hotel of Vauxhall have reached the eights. Four rinks have reached the eights of the number four Sven Encksen's as have four in the number five Enerson Motors The sixth event, with play still in the 32's, is sponsored by Eaton's of Canada The finals in the first, third and fifth events have been set for 3-15 Sunday while the finals in two, four and six go at In Calgary meanwhile, Hec Gervais of St Albert remained the lone unbeaten rink in the Alberta men's curling playdowns. Gervais. a former world champion, has a record of 3-0 after winning both games Friday. In the morning draw he slipped past Fred Davies of Fort St. John 8-7 after trading 7-2 at the end of eight ends Gervais won it on the extra end when he stole one. Friday night, in a battle of the unbeaten rinks, Gervais trounced Lloyd Wood of Yellowknife 11-3. In other second round games Friday Bruce Stewart of Calgary edged Mel Watchorn of Peace River 10-9, Ron Northcott of Calgary got past Stan Trout of Edmonton 9-7 and Wood downed Howie Brazeau of the Territories, 6- 4 Friday night Watchorn scored three in the 12th end to down Northcott 12-10, Stewart clipped Brazeau 10-8 and Trout breezed past Davies 15-8 In Drumheller defending champion Judy Mayer of Calgary remained undefeated Friday night with a 13-4 victory over Deborah Hoffman of New Brigden in the second draw of the Alberta curling championship. The provincial girls champion downed Heather Oliver of Calgary 6-5 in the opener. In the other A section games. Darlene Manchur of Brooks edged Linda Aab of Gleichen 9-8 in an extra end while Deborah Cutforth of Lethbridge trounced Joan Phillips of Calgary 9-2. Judy Keeler of Calgary defeated Nita Gibbs oT Sundre 8-3 In the B section, Debbie Gedcke of Fort Macleod downed Fay Aman of Redchffe 10-2 and Pat Winter of Red Deer defeated Debbie Blair of Hanna 7-5. In Regina Harvey Mazinke of Regina, defending Canadian men's curling champion, opened defence of his provincial championship Friday night by nipping Les Despms of Moose Jaw 3-2 in a game marked by eight DianK ends. Mazinke picked up one in the fifth end after the first four had been blanked, then went ahead 2-0 by stealing one on the ninth Despins counted one on the 10th with last rock to cut Mazinke out of a possible Novice pairs champs IM.-I HHI irk Uoinmuku won the novice pairs title at the Canadian Figure Skating championships recently. The brother and sister combination, formerly of I Club, are currently training in Calgary The gold i it in.-y won in Monulon. N B was the first for Southern Alberta-Calgary H" p I .1 III V" MS DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Ser-e Southern Alberta Fire-Auto-Personal- Commercial Zeniths edged DOUG BOYER Sates Represeniahve 308 -9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 The Raymond Comets scored a slim 63-57 victory over the visiting Magrath Zeniths in the only Southern Alberta A Boys' Basketball League game staged Friday night Jim Ralph led the Comets with a 19-point outing while Tht> Urthbridge Minor Hockfjy Association Extends a Sincere "THANKYOU" TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESS OF MINOR HOCKEY WEEK IN LETHBRIDGE! The 1974 Minor Hockey Week was the most successful ever, and this success was due to the time, effort and finarcial assistance of the following: All the Minor Hockey players, whose games provided the entertainment for the week. The Officials, many of whom donated !heir services The L M.H.A. Ladles Auxiliary The vo'urisers who assisted al the rinks The St John's Ambulance personnel, on duty as always The IM H.A Executive members The News Media The Hera'd. RaoSo TV, CHEC Radio, CFCN-TV The sponsors of advertising and donors of gifts The Community Services Oepi. All others who helped In any way and by no means least YOU the parents, relatives and friends who brought a boy to the rink AND STAYED TO WATCH HIM PLAY! THANKS! lefs Make EVERY WEEK Minor icrtey Week teammate Tom Myndio chipped in with 17. Kevin Anderson hooped 17 points and Tim Rollingson 14 for the Zeniths In "B" boys' action, the Raymond Mustangs squeezed past the Magrath Eagles 44- 42 Ron Hill and Larry Bartsoff paced the Mustangs with 12 and H points respectively while Tom Alston notched 12 points in a losing cause. Meanwhile the Calgary E. P. Scarlett defeated their hosts Catholic Central Cougars 53-36 in an exhibition boys' hoop game last night Hie visiting Lancers, who have yet to taste defeat this year, led 21-16 at Hie half and 35-28 at the end of the third quarter Ron Spagnollo paced the Lancers with 16 points while John Madttey and Brad Peake notched eight points each for the Cougars In a "B" boys' contest, the Caigary E. P. Scarlett juniors edged the CCHS Flyers 47-43. In another boys" exhibition lilt the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams slipped past the SI Mary's Warriors 45-44. Ron Sbemanctrak paced the Rams' attack with 31 points whi1 bodfrey Weasel Head hooped 17 for the Warriors, three and then scored again on the 12th Mazinke won the game with a takeout on the 13th. Mazinke, Wilf Foss of Regina, Terry McGeary of Moose Jaw and Pat Palendat of Wawota remained unbeaten and alive in A event of the double knockout test Al Leptick of Lampman, Despins, Rick Thompson' of Maryfield, George Harris of Esterhazy, Dave Petlak of Goodeve. Jack Doerr and Dean Miller of Weyburn and Lawtence Lind of Shaunavon each ended the day with one win and one loss Yancey sizzles PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) Veteran Bert Yancey fired an 11-under-par 61, just one stroke away from the lowest round ever scored on the pro-golf tour, and established a three-stroke lead Friday in the third round of the Bob Hope desert golf tournament "A tremendous said Yancey, who took advantage of perfect golf weather to score nine birdies and an eagle in his round over the 6.500-yard, par72 Indian Wells Country Club course. He needed only 26 putts and didn't miss a green in breaking the course record of K2 set by Commissioner-elect Deane Beman The record low round in competition on the pro-tour is 60. held by seven men. The last was Sam -Snead.- at Glen Lakes Country Club in the second round of the 1957 Dallas Open Hubert Green, a two-time winner last season, had a 66, also at Indian Wells, and moved into second place at 207 Lee Elder, who shared the lead going into the day's play, and rookie Mark Hayes fol- lowed at 209 Both played at Eldorado Elder had a 69, Hayes 67. George Knudson of Toronto was in a five-way tie for 12th place after shooting a 70 His three round total is 213 Johnny Miller, the U.S Open champion and winner of three titles already this .season, had 69 at La Quinta and was six strokes Back at 210 Labron Harris, tied with Elder for the lead after 36 holes, slipped to a 71 at Bermuda Dunes and was one of three at 211 Defending champion Arnold Palmer fell further back He had a 74 at La Quinta and was a distant 16 strokes behind at 220 The format calls for the pros to play one round on each of four day with a different team of three the final round Sunday at Indian Wells 33X3 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL EM! W L T F A Boston 35 9 6 222 135 76 Montreal 31 13 6 180 137 68 'Rangers 26 15 11 192 154 63 Toronto 24 17 11 190 153 59 Buffalo 23 24 6 172 178 52 Detroit 19 25 8 171 211 46 Islanders 14 24 13 125 165 41 Vancouver 12 30 8 134 192 32 Division Phila 32 11 7 177 104 71 Chicago 25 11 15 172 106 65 St Louis 22 22 7 145 139 51 Atlanta 19 24 10 132 152 48 LA 19 24 8 141 159 46 Minnesota 16 24 12 158 185 44 Pittsburgh 14 32 5 141 190 33 California 11 37 7 141 233 29 SCORING LEADERS O A Esposito. B 46 47 93 Orr B 23 56 79 Hodge B 36 34 70 Martin But 37 29 66 Hextall. Min 15 43 58 Park, R.....17 39 56 Ullman T .....18 37 55 WORLD EMtDhrMon W L T N England Quebec Toronto Cleveland NJ Chicago Houston Winnipeg Minnesota Edmonton Vancouver LA F A 2 198 178 62 3 197 176 57 4 212 193 56 5 162 170 53 2 159 198 48 3 155 166 4T WMtDhrWon 31 17 4 209 140 66 4 187 192 66 1 207 192 55 0 181 184 54 0 198 222 42 30 22 27 24 26 25 24 24 23 29 22 23 26 24 27 25 27 25 21 32 20 34 0 161 215 40 WESTERN CANADA DtvWon W L T F A Ptt Reg-na 26 '1 9 248 150 61 S Current 27 13 7 237 197 61 FlmRon 23 J4 11 231 189 57 Saskatoon 22 22 t 19? 185 46 Brandon 22 24 2 235 231 46 Winnipeg 17 26 5 184 242 39 Calgary HOCKEY SCORES National Buffalo 7 California 2 Chicago 3 Atlanta 0 World Vancouver 7 Quebec 3 Houston 6 Edmonton 2 Minnesota 4 Winnipeg 3 New England 4 Cleveland 2 American Baltimore 7 Jacksonville 1 New Haven 3 Richmond 3 Rochester Cincinnati 2 Providence 5 Springfield 5 Central Dallas 5 at Tulsa 2 Wesler" Portland 6 Denver 3 Seattle 4 San Diego 2 International Port Huron 2 Fort Wayne 1 Flint 6 Columbus 2 Western International Cranbrook 4 Spokane 1 Kimberley 6 Trail 2 Western Canada New Westminster 8 Brandon 6 Regina 6 Kamloops 5 Saskatchewan Junior Moose Jaw 7 Regina Slues 5 Yorkton 7 Humboldt 5 Notre Dame 9 Battletords 6 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Boston 125 York 97 Buffalo 'OS Cn 101 Philadelphia 10J A'lanta 8< Houston '.20 Cleveland 106 Milwaukee 105 Capital 96 Detroit 99 Ohoenix 94 Kansas City-Omaha 104 Portland 99 ABA Virginia 115 Memphis 106 Indiana at New York, ppd San D'ego 120 San Antonio 105 Kentucky 106 Denver 105 CANADA WEST MEN'S W L F A Pis via i IT" Victor. 3 -i c if Calga-v Leth Sask 7 e C3i S-1 14 4 11 9B7 1108 8 2 13 964 1196 4 Victoria Kamlooos 28 13 24 14 ir 22 16 21 13 29 9 3? 6 223 164 62 9 192 174 57 7 206 224 41 4 160 191 36 5 174 248 31 5 1f2 274 23 CANADA WEST WOMEN'S ec Sasv Alia Victoria Calgary 11 10 B 7 2 836 3 792 7 721 6 601 490 22 503 20 699 16 554 14 901 10 z? Junior "B" Hockey SUNDAY February 10th p.m. Henderson Lake Ice Centre LETHBBfSSE Y's KEN'S NATIVE SONS vs OLDS Everyone Welcome ;