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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 10, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 JOCK NAKAMURA DEL ANDREWS BOB LAGLER ALF MEHEDEN TERRY RHODES LLOYD CURRIE GERRY HAGA GAIL ATKINSON JOHN'WOLFE MEL JORDAN Kodiaks win one, lose one RED DEER (Special) season in convincing fashion The Lethbridge Community Saturday as they blitzed Red College Kodiaks rebounded Deer College Kings 119-77 in from their first loss of the an Alberta College Athletic One setback, Lukowich out THE CANADIAN PRESS Tom Reed and his young mates from St. Albert Sunday became the first western rink to qualify for the Canadian curling championships last month, nipping Roy Talbot of Red Deer to capture the Alberta championship at Ed- monton. Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia are at least one step behind Alberta in declaring a representative for the national final at Fredcricton, N.B. Reed emerged undefeated in the six rink Alberta round robin. He succeeds Hector Gervais of Edmonton as provincial champ. Gervais won his second Canadian title last year. Reed and his mates third Kevin Byrne, second Tony Rankel and lead Lome Reed averted a playoff with their victory. Ed Lukowich of Medicine Hat finished with four wins and one loss follow- ing a final round victory that left him in position if Reed faltered. However, Reed took advan- tage of misses by the veteran Talbot on the 10th and llth ends for a 10 7 victory. Talbot missed an open takeout to let Reed tie the score on the 10th with a single, then was heavy with a draw against three on the llth. PERFECT END The Reed crew curled the final end perfectly and ran Talbot out of rocks while five St. Albert stones remained in the rings. Congratulating the winner, Lukowich suggested: "It's a hard way to lose. We had only one bad game and Reed beat us and now we're out of it altogether." Pronghorns lose 73-62 to Dinos CALGARY (CP) The University of Calgary Dinosaurs built up a com- manding 42 24 halftime lead Saturday, and held on to defeat University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 73 62 in Canada West men's basket ball action. Tom Bishop paced Calgary's attack with 21 points while Ted Hellard add- ed 16. Phil Letham continued his hot shooting with 23 points to top the Pronghorn attack while Roger Baldry chipped in with 12. The win gave Calgary an 11 5 record with four games left in the season. Lethbridge is now 3 15 with just two contests remaining, both of them in Edmonton against the U of A Golden Bears next weekend. In the women's game, the Pronghorns fell victim to Calgary Dinnies' first win of the season. Debbie McMahon had 22 points for the Calgary club, which built up a 33 -19 lead by halftime and coasted to a 52 41 victory, their first in six- teen outings. Debbie Yanota paced the Lethbridge with 12 points while Lori Lilja added 11. Elsewhere in Canada West play, the first place Victoria Vikings ended a four -game losing streak with a 64 63 overtime win in Vancouver against UBC's Thunderbirds. And in Saskatoon, the Saskatchewan Huskies pulled off a big upset, edging the University of Alberta Golden Bears 74 71. Saturday's games leave Vic- toria in first place with a 12 6 record, followed by Calgary at 11 5, and Alberta and UBC, tied at 10-6. Bert Zethof sank two foul shots with 36 seconds remain- ing in overtime to give the Vikings their win on UBC's home court. The Vikings were ahead 31- 29 at the half, but needed Lee Edmundson's basket with six seconds remaining in regula- tion time to tie it 58 58. Dave Muleahy led Victoria with 18 points while Blake Iverson, with 19, and Steve Pettifer, with 17, led UBC. In Saskatoon, Roger Ganes picked up 15 of his game high 26 points in the second half to power the Huskies to their up- set win. It was a costly loss for the Bears, who led 41 39 at the. half. Doug Baker led their at- tack with 17 points while Len Davidiuk added 15. In women's action, UBC Thunderettes nipped Victoria Vikettes 40 38 and Saskatchewan .Huskiettes dumped Alberta Pandas 58-43. Conference contest here. Friday night, the Kodiaks suffered their first loss of the ACAC s.eason when they dropped an 84-64 decision to Camrose Lutheran College. "We recovered from our flat game Friday quite said coach.Ben Brooks. "The kids hustled the whole game, and just did a real good job." Glen Schuler racked up 35 points in the romp Saturday, while Greg Hess added 17. John Jasiukiewicz chipped in with an additional 14 points and Dave Preus picked up 13. Bill Bowd had 32 points in a losing cause for Red Deer, who trailed 58-39 at the half. The Kodiaks shot a phenomenal 58% from the floor against Red Deer while their opposition could hit on only 38% of their tries. Gary Relling fired in 32 points and Camrose shot 47% from the field in the upset win Friday. "The Camrose boys were really up for the said Brooks. "They did a job on us, but then we didn't play well." Greg Hess led the Kodiak attack with 21 points while Glen Schuler had 14 and Dave Preus added 10. Meanwhile, the LCC Kodiettes lost two more games Friday and Saturday, giving them three losses in their four-game road trip. Friday, the Kodiettes could hit on only 22% of their shots as they were drubbed 82-41 by Camrose Lutheran College. Val Charteris led the LCC with 16 points while Brenda Lazerick added 10. On Saturday, Red Deer College built up a 42-18 lead by halftime, and coasted to a 78- 49 win over the Kodiettes. Kathy Webber led the winners with 19 points while Shelley Reeder had 12 points for the LCC. Curling Club loses friend Despite the fact the 1975 Shirtsleeve Bon- spiel was a huge success, tragedy did strike the 36th annual affair. Bill Townsend, 68 years of age, died Thursday evening while playing Bernie Sonntag. Townsend was an avid sportsman throughout his life and became even more active after retiring in 1970. A familiar sight, with the ever present cigar, Townsend, when he was not at the golf course could be found at the curling rink. Both curling and golf will miss him. Coyne, Lagler share honors By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Some years back Paul Anka wrote a song called "The Longest Day" for a motion picture by the same name. Sunday afternoon at the Lethbridge Curling Club no one could blame Bernie Sonntag of Lethbridge if he and his rink hummed that very same tune. Sonntag and his mates played no less than five games Sun- day as the 1975 Shirtsleeve Bonspiel wrapped up, and came away with a pair of second place finishes. Sonntag had qualified for the finals of two events in the six- event 36th annual Shirtsleeve and after losing in the final of number one just didn't have the steam left for a run at the prizes in the number four. Meanwhile, Alf Lagler of Lethbridge and clubmate Gerry Coyne led the parade to the silverware Sunday evening. Lagler, with rinkmates Bob Lagler at third, Del Andrews at second and lead Jock Nakamura, edged Sonntag 8-6 in the final of the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. event. Lagler's victory came as a result of an excellent shot with his last rock of the 10th end which gave him two and the victory. Lagler reached the final by downing Cliff Forry in the semi- final while Sonntag got past Glen Turner. In earlier games Sonntag, in his climb to the final, had defeated Fred Mensinger, Ed Kurtz, Bill Townsend and Roy Johnson. Lagler's earlier wins came at the expense of Garth Nillson, Bob Abbott, Bill Goodman and Gerry Coyne. For Coyne, it was his only loss of the bonspiei and his 9-1 record earned him .the grand aggregate as well as the Alberta Distillers event. With third Lloyd Currie, second Terry Rhodes and lead Fred Meheden Coyne stopped Dale Groves, a former Shirtsleeve champion, 9-6 in the final. Coyne advanced after trimming Mel Jordan while Groves got past Turner. It was a quick turn of events for Turner, with Terry Lyon skipping. Turner was the only unbeaten rink after play shutdown Saturday. Jordan, after losing to Coyne, took out his disappointment on Bill Karbashewski of Lethbridge in the Sven Ericksen final. Joined by John Wolfe at third, Gail Atkinson at second and Ivan Haga at lead, Jordan dumped Karbashewski 7-4. Jordan reached the final by downing Laddy Pavka of Taber while Kar- bashewski slipped past Torn Fukami of Picture Butte. Herb Beswick, and his rink of third Brian Hogan, second Jim Berezan and lead Greg Carlton, doubled the score on Sonn- tag in the Enerson Motors final, 10-5. Beswick, after defeating John Barrow of Milo in the semi- final had a long wait while Sonntag finished his game in the first event. The wait proved to be worth it. Sonntag, on the other hand, downed Al Takasaki in the other semi-final. Abbott and Enso Baceda locked horns in a tight struggle for the honors in the T. Eaton event and Abbott, with Milt Hayhurst at third, Bob Deal at second and lead Neil Quigley, emerged with a narrow 5-4 victory. Abbott won over Walt Hartman in one semi-final while Baceda sidelined John Virostek. In the Lethbridge Herald final Rod Arndt of Magrath nipped Forry 7-6 after reaching the final by stopping Alf Lagler. Forry downed Harvey Bourassa in his semi-final match. Playing with Arndt were skip Shig Nakagawa, Arndt at' third, Eric Hohm'at second and Dave Hofer at lead. A total of 64 rinks took part in the five-day event. WE MIGHT FIND ATREE ID CLIMB.' Golden Suns split two 4-3 contests SPRUCE GROVE, Alta. (CPI An overtime goal by Paul Messier led Spruce Grove Mets to a 4-3 victory over Taber Golden Suns in Alberta Junior Hockey League Action Sunday night. Taber led 1-0 at the end of the first, while Spruce Grove took a 2-1 lead at the end of the second. Other Spruce Grove marksmen were Barry Brown, Murray Dea and Wayne Turner. Rocky Saganiuk, Bernie Syrenne, and Ted Wiest added singles for Taber. Spruce Grove, which out- shot Taber 57-32, took seven of 12 minor penalties. On Saturday, the Golden Suns withstood a three goal rally in the second period to defeat the Mets 4-3. Taber led 4-0 after the'first period but held only a one-goal edge going into the final frame as Mets scored three unanswered goals in the se- cond period. Spruce Grove outshot Taber 49-36 in the losing effort. Taber goals went to Rocky Saguniuk, Chris Zoni Kover, and Darcy Viroster. Spruce Grove got goals from Dave Hoyda, Kelly Bunn and Paul Messier. The Mets took five of eight minor penalties. Red Deer Rustlers spotted The Pass Red Devils a pair of goals in the first minute of play but charged back to record a 5-2 win in an Alberta Junior Hockey League game Sunday .night before fans. The win enabled Red Deer to retain a three-point lead over Taber Golden Suns in the battle for the fourth and final playoff berth in the six-team league. After George Buat and Hal Papke scored in the first 49 seconds of the game Red Deer goalie Rod Carlson turned in a brilliant performance and wound up making 51 saves. Brian Stephenson and Rod Pimm each scored two goals for Red Deer while Terry Wittchen notched the other. Red Deer took seven of 13 minor penalties and the teams split two majors. On Saturday, Ryan Wecker scored three goals and Jim Nil! two as the Drumheller Falcons swamped the-Pass 14- 1. Bruce Hatton, Morley Scott, Ron Rose, Roger Mitchell, Gary Smith, Grant Pushie, Bruce Small, Garth Morgan and Merlin Malinowski all got single goals for the Falcons who led 5-1 after the first period and 11-1 going into the final 20 minutes. Dave Lund got the lone goal for The Pass- i GREG CARLTON JIM BEREZAN BRIAN HOGAN HERB BESWICK NEIL QUIGLEY BOB DEAL MILT HAYHURST BOB ABBOTT DAVE HOFER ERIC HOHM ROD ARNDT SHIG NAKAGAWA LCI girls win again The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Clipper Queens won their third tournament in a row as they defeated Lethbridge Winston Churchill Griffins 46.- 40 in the final of the Brooks Invitational Basketball Tournament over the weekend. The Clipper Queens had to come from behind for the win, however, as they trailed 33 28 at three quarter time before LCI rallied for 18 big points in the final: frame. Cathy Fraser paced the Queens with 15 points while Barb Payne added 11. 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