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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE inHBRIPGt HTRftlD Fiiilnv. Trhiuciry II. 1975 (inurfonl ranked s AINDY CAPF Some consolation for Canada's dismal ski showing KA-lTnitO All hough lhc> medaU 1'iir fer Olviii'ijcs. and .luiii Crawford ranked loday among Ihe lop sou'ii skiers in Ihc Alpine combined world championship, any Tlic Inlcnliilional Ski Fcdera- VYiu- lion awarded Ihe world cliampi I'tticr iMishin In Anneinane I'rnell (if i Auslna ;iii'l placed Mis.s Krcmei i fifih and Miss Crawford scv- ciilh Tin1 ratings arc hascd on ma f all PCI lonnance.s in Hie ihrrc nluni'ir Alpine events. The f e d c r a I i o n made Uic CFL officials decide Minor liockev I Cocliraii 01" Ihc .skiing: Ifa-inily won tlir women's pic .slalom hy IHOOIhs of n sec- ond. 11 was UK- first ski gold for Ilic I'mU'd Slalc.s since- Andrea Ij.'iwn'iK'c won in Ihe (James ;il Oslo. Norway. Miss Ciawl'ord, 20-ycnr-olil Toronto sludfiii, placed fouilh after (ivo runs, Mis.s Krc'incr fonrlh in the ginnl slalom Topethcr will) Knrcn Magmis- sen of Vancouver, silver mednll isl in figure skalinp. (hey are responsible for all of Canada's jKiinLs in the Games. Canada's chances for another (if ill'-1 nine-team league me' cir'ici on Ihr incdnl fire rcipirlly dwindling helnnrl closed doors for 2'-: commiilee'.- report ur Ihe ques- only seven events left on hours Tluirsflay and renchen mi tion of York ilsclf." .lake i (he program, 'I he Games wind The mailer de- flaiidaur. CFL commissioner, j up Sunday. nfier TiMirsdto's sossion. There is virtually no cliante lie s.iid hc anlieipntod a (kriMun on the franchise hid hy Robert K. Sehmerlz to esiahlish a CFL learn in Yankee Strulnirn. Nit'n quickly ridded (lie- o c k c y suspended I International I c c Federation today West German hockey captain Alois Rchloder from j liomil competition until Sepl. i because n lest indicated lie had taken an unauthorized drug. John F. Bunny) president of (lie Mill''1, said Ulympic officials had rccom- niunded Ihat West Germany should forfeit Us (5-2 victory over Yugoslavia on Monday, the game after which Schlodcr was lestod. "fluL we refused lo do Ahearne said. to raise imports lo 15 until today, orp hii.s be fur a bobsled medal in the four man competition. The main hope for a bobsled I medal wenl out Ihe chute loday Canada's (tip sled piloted Terry'Mortiz. Dave Tolh. D 1 i rial ii possible the question by Bob Storey of Ottawa flipped L-ould lie deferred to a later on a cun e during the initial cl.'i'e heal. Two C a r. a d i a n s The expansion business aside, slightly hurt, and Sloroy took 'he lentnie executive dirl his team out of the event. The second Canadian sled, pil- derisions by Hans Gehrig of MonL- One iinolved increasing the real, was lying in Nth place iiurnner of imports (o 13 on each i after two heats and with IttUc nan team from the previous chance of catching the leading] S I it e r. Danny Riedlhuber. Rich Shurgelo and Barrel YOPJ conm-cied for Ihe Leafs while _. K. SUTOIC and DaiTen Kara- up Thursday Hilh feme positive mage replied for Ihe Marlamls. In 1'anlam ''R" aclion (he .Moaarchs blanked the Kings 4-0. Hon Waller. Dave Miskulin. Dill Waller and Ron Shcllwi- berg managed a goal apiece for Ihe Mnnarchs. Lethhridge A.C.T. Bantam WERE fiiigcrliiij' rainbow troul from an exlcrnal supplier slocked in Tyrrell Lake in (he spring of 1970. The growth rides and coefficients of condition of fish in the fall of 1970 from this introduction was found lo be exceptionally high, thereby substantiat- previous results. For this reason, and because of Ihe fact that a considerable inveslment of funds was involved, it was decided thai a creel survey would be under- taken during tbe summer and early fall of This survey would provide an eslimalc of Ihe harvest ol trout. The growth rales and coefficients of condition v, ere also investigated since these features were ob- viously tbe most favorable parameters in Ihe sport fishery. In order lo determine the probable popula- DOM1! WORRY ABOUT ME, WDAWN, i DO IT FOR ANY BU3KE WHO WAS "-------THE ARMY AS N LONG AS I WAS CAM LOOK 10U ft COULBN'T 7' OF YOU TRYIN1 MANASE ON NEK OWN n. Each dub now will have l Ihe nichl befnrc. Tom Yip put the Bottlers ahead 1-0 eonnecling on a pow- er plav goal al the mark- lhe firs! petiod. 'ieny Klinkhaniiiicr the enunl seconds into the firal frame, hut Wayne Rils- Ima fame back ,it Ihc I j mai k to giu1 Mil- ['.olllers Ibo Dnane llerbers the in Durance marker some two min Mies later. "YOUR VALENTINE HEADQUARTERS IN LL'THBDIDGE" SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7 51. Soulh Phone 328-2301 only marginal sport fisheries. It was therefore decided fllaugo.ii 19701 thai a minimum of 1.000.000 rainbow trout fingcrlings would tie necessarv lo successfully manage Tyrrell Lake as a sport fishery le.g. having a catch ralio approxi- mating 0.5 fish per angling houri. Since this large amount would exhaust about '25 per cent of the provincial hatchery production it was decided that until additional hatchery labilities be- came available the fish and wildlife division would not be able lo stock the lake. Although the average sac of trout is consider- ably greater than those taken in other hikes. Ihe catch ralio is very low. The per cent return of slock- ed I rout is also far less than in other stocked wa- ters, resulting in a greater cost per fish and per weight of each fish. The per cent survival was also eslimaled to be extremely low. Data will be collected during 1972 and to follow Hie growth rales of the 1970 and 1971 introduc- tions. IJespilc these limitations some conclusions may be drawn from Ibis data. It appears that the growth rale of one-year-old fish from the various introductions is broadly similar, and for V of Y I young of Ihc yearl specimens, with Ihc exception of Ihe plant. The of fish from this stocking is to be smaller than those of former introductions (e.g. average size appro.vimate- ly 1.75 inches compared with about three inches) and Ibis may ncronnl for tbe difference. The rale of (.trou'th js mpirl in nil but il appears that the life expectancy of Ironl in Tyrrell Lake is only about three years, t'sualh, fa.Mei grow- nit; have n shorter life span Ihan slower fish. Further sampling should substantiate Ibese conclusions. ONE-YEAR-OLD TROUT from the plant grew almost continually during Ibe study, Ihc period between Aug. 1 to Sept. 11. being the only exception. There is no significant difference I at :i 05 per cent level of significance 1 between Ihc fork length of during this time, as growth ceased. II. is possible Iliat Ihe Irout ceased feeding since llic enlch ralio vcrv low. This period was char- In high air lempcralures and calm wealh- er which could explain the low catch ralio. There appears to be a close correlation hclween the catch ratio and coefficient of condition of the trout. VVhcn Ihc catch ratio was high the coefficient of condition was also high, and vice versa. This may he related lo feeding intensity and the influence of water lemperatnrc. Although Ibe coeffi- cient of condition declines during the summer it, is never low and in all cases is salisfaclory. The rainbow population in Tyrrell Lake al the end of last Seplcmhcr was cslimalod al Oilier wilier impoundments which formed a part of the study included Police Lake. I'.eanvai.s Lake. Chain Lake. Wilrlhorsc Lake and Fairfax Lake. Lest trout fishery was Beauvais Lake with a catch rnlio of .li.T2. Tlir CVmld.-ilc I'ish and fiamo Association will hold ils an- minl trophy awards day Saturday, Marline al I p.m. All entries he at Ihc Community Hall n a.m. On display will lie a collirlinn, rock mlli-dinn. eollorlion and an arrow head collodion from llv (ilcnhou I''oumlalion in Calvary. Tlte day will conclude uilh a dance, in Hie in Ilic Community Hall. H. S. Hadfonl, southern AllxTla (isli- will hc Ihc, spmkcr (or flw occasion. "1 _ IP" lit -A _ in Shirtsleeve Eighl links remain unbeaten afler Hin (iays of aclion in Ihe annual Shirlslccve Bonspiel trim JASPIiR. Alia. (CP) Polly Beaton of Medicine Hal won Ihe Alberta women's curling cham- nship Thursday with an n-7 extra-end victory over lieliv Cole. Ilic champion from Edmonlon. Beaton forced the sudden- death game by beating Cole 3-6 Wednesday in the first game of the A-B final. Cole slole one on Ihc loth end lo force Ihe overtime Thursday. The Beaton rink mem- bers are third Dorecn DcsHar- nais, second Jan Bingcrt and lead Terry Kope. Meanwhile Edmonton's llcclor jervais, headed for his eighth appearance in the provincial curling final captured the A event of lhe Northern Alberta playdowns Thursday nighl with a fl-6 victory over Jim .owen of Camrosc. lhe loss. Lowcn drops nto B event of Ihe 16-zonc nodified doublc-knnckoul play- down where today hc will meet Tom Reed of St. Albeit in one semi-final. currently beipg run off at Ihe Lelhbridgc Curling Club. Some W rinks opened play in the five-day, si.v- event, hnnspiel but loday eight rirks arc still carrying un- blemished records. Lellibridge rinks still in the running include Lyle Davis, tliis year's District 2 represen- tative belli in meiis' and mix- ed compelilion, Cliff Forry, Alf Lfglcr. Bill Morrison. Harvey Williams, and Don Chandler, Shig Nakagawa of Map-alll j and Garth Nilsson of Wren- lham. In loday's aclion in the ntini- M or r i so n was lo meel Chandler, Williams faced I a. rn a f c h e d shols wilh Forry and Davis an'l N'ilsson locked horns. I Meanwhile in Ihe mnnlK-r three The Lellibridge Herald evcnl, play has reached the eight's. Still alive in the third event arc Don Baird of Calgary, Dave Russell of Milk River, Xonr Nakaniura of Taber, Jim Maruyama also of Tabcr, Dale Groves of Champion. M. Blaney of Vauxhall and local rinks skipped by Jack Gonie and Garlh Pilling. Play in Mi? five-day event wraps uj) Sunday with finals in all events. At Sunday afternoon plav conclude in the nuiTi- onc. three and five events wilh 12-cnd games. Al the last games of evenls hvo, four and six will be rua off. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Fasl Div, ALBERTA JUNIOR WLTTAPCal (-on- IW 0 5 UO fll Deer 33 vn Cfi 30 13 10 703 HO 70 Lclhbriclge 21 ?3 B 178 173 56 Eclrn. 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