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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THIIITHIRIDGI HERALD Tutsday, March 14, 1972 Three rinks remain undefeated Prest's hands puffed sweeping SCHUMACHER, Ont. (CP) Bill Prest swept, and swept, and swept, for Nova not for himself. In the meantime, Dave Wal- lace slept, and slept, and slept, because he was sick. That was one of the unusual ONE FEATURED SKATER-Bill Petrunik, juvenile men's champion of southern Alberta, Alberta and Northwest Territories, will be o featured skater in the Lethbridge- Figure Skaing Club's production of Land of Oz ot Hender- son Lake Ice Centre Friday end Saturday of this week. Guest artist for the two-day show is Jackson. Packers break shutout record Canada Packers set a new record and moved within one point of the league leading Welterlich with a 2-0 shutou over Knight Clubbers in City Broomball League action on the weekend. Packers broke the previous league record of 10 shutouts during season play gaining their eleventh in a fast, clean affair against the Clubbers. The victory also moved the Packers one point away from the idle Welterlich, who have 30 points to this date. Rudy Ileischhauer and Jaka Fehr tallied a goal each for the Packers, who threaten to dethrone Welterlich who have been the league champs the past four years. Lethbridge Gaol and the Tra- ders were officially knocked out of the playoff race as they suffered losses over the week- end. The Goal were blanked 2-0 by Ventura Hotel while the Tra- ders were shut out 4-0 by K. Masonary. Robert Meheden and Walter Duda notched a goal apiece for Ventura's victory over the Gaol while Stan Adamus flipped ia two markers to lead K. Mason- ary to their win over the Trad- ers. Albert Fleischhauer and Tom Virostek also netted singles for K. Masonary. In another contest Elrlch Kimura stayed three points ahead of Fiorino Rovers with a 3-1 decision. Garret Vampcrsted, Jrvin Wyrostek and Carrie Banack rifled in a goal apiece to give Elrich Kimuras their 13th point of the season while Art Rissling replied for the Rovers. Lethbridge Hotel and Honda ran into the most trouble as they fought to a 1-1 draw after regulation time. George Stimatz flipped in the lone Lethbridge Hotel marker while John Myre bandied the scoring for Honda. STANDINGS Welterlich Can. Packers Ventura Hotel Clubbers Leth Hotel -londa..... Masonary :lrlch Kimura -iorino Rovers -eth Gaol W L T F A Pts 2 69 U 30 1 64. 11. 29 2 65 51 16 1 34 24 23 4 46 23 22 6 35 20 13 2 29 14 3 30 28 13 0 14 66 10 1 17112 9 9 82 4 Minor hockey Dale Ptycia picked up a hat- trick and Ed Parker added two goals as they paced the Hornets to a stunning 8-1 win over the Eagles in Bantam "B" play. John Kupis also notched two markers while Albert Racb chipped in with a single. Barrel Laidlaw replied for the Eagles. In Bantam "A" action, Brian Van Burren tallied three times and led the Jets to a 6-1 deci- sion over the Black Hawks. Harold James aided with a pair of goals while James Mar- ino helped with one. Steve Campbell notched the lone Hawks' marker. The Hamblers behind Kevin House's fine netminding blank- ed the Blades 5-0 in Bantam "B" action Monday night. Ken Block, Pat McCune, Frank Zasadny, Rod Ross and Terry McNeely supplied the scoring power with a goal apiece. Mike Burla blasted home a third period goal and gave the Ti-Cats a slim 3-2 victory over the Comets in Midget League playoffs last night. The Comets grabbed a 2-0 lead after two periods of play, but the pennant-winning Ti- Cats came back with three in the final stanza to earn the victory. Paul Oullette and Barry Ont- kean rounded out the Ti-'Cat scoring. Rob Melvin scored three goals as Moore's Imperials of the Lethbridge Athletic Asso- ciation edged the Stampeders of the Lethbridge Minor Hock- ey Association 54 in an exhibi- tion game over the weekend. Craig Brbwn and Rod Olshs ski added singles for the win ners. Don Mills scored twice for the losers troth singles going to Sid Johnson and Byron Lee. happenings Monday after two rounds of the Canadian school- boy curling championship. Prest, an 18-year-old Grade 13 student here, was pressed into service when Wallace, third for the Nova Scotia rink, caught a virus and a 103-degree tempera- ture and was hospitalized. With Prest sweeping, Nova Scotia de- feated New Brunswick 10-5. Doctors said Wallace was in good condition and there was a chance he wouM be able to stall sweeping by Thursday. MANITOBA LEADS John McTavish's rink from Manitoba holds the lead after two rounds with a 2-0 record while Lawrence Niven of Al- berta and John Bastow of New- foundland follow at 1-0, having gained byes Monday. Quebec and Prince Edward Island lost two games each Monday, and all other rinks are tied at 1-1. The third round in the cham- pionship begins at p.m. EST, today, and pits Prince Ed- ward Island against Newfound-, land, Nova Scotia against Brit- ish Columbia, Quebec against New Brunswick, Manitoba against Alberta and Ontario against Saskatchewan. Northern Ontario gets the bye. Prest's hands are puffed with liquid-filled blisters. he said, "I gotta write a math test today and I don't feel well." He has 11 blisters in the cracks of his hands. "They're he said, "But I'll sleep with them and just leave them alone." He said he is actually a Northern Ontario fan but was thrilled to be able to participate although all be did was crack his broom. In other second-round games, McTavisb dumped Tom Sephton of Quebec 12-7, Rick Neff of British Columbia lost 13-5 to Jim Wilson of Saskatchewan, and Mark McDonald of Ontario defeated Bob of Prince Edward Island 13-6. The first round had several surprises. New Brunswick upset Saskatchewan, a highly-favored western rink, 7-6, and Northern Ontario, skipped by Doug Dafoe of Thunder Bay defeated Ontar- io's Gananoque rink 8-5. Mani- toba edged Nova Scotia 9-7, Al- berta beat Quebec 9-5 and Brit- ish Columbia, with four in the ninth end, took Prince Edward Island, 10-7. Bowling Banter ANDY CAPP Stamps sign Jim Duncan CAPRI BOWL, the spotlight shines on Mary Thomson who took the women's bowler-of-the- week honors with a stirring performance in Mar- tinizing sporting a 199 average she started her third game with 15 in the first frame and then reel- ed off nine straight strikes to hit the magic 400 circle with one pin to spare it marked the seventh 400- plus game at Capri this year special mention goes to Audrey Ouellotto who enjoyed her finest outing of the season by taking over high single and high three in Doug's with 259, 265, 335 and an 859 The men's bowler-of-the-week is Stevo Gangur who has enjoyed a number of productive efforts he hit for 284, 311 and 282 in Henry Homes and the season's high three of 877, In the south zone final of the Housewives Grand Challenge, Medicine Hat took the A section with the Lethbridge team of Nancy Prindle, Marg Gillespie, Sandra Cropley, Chris Burwash and Grace Noreika copping the B crown Individually the stars were Roso McNab with 333, Jean Passey 287 and 950 for four games, Dena Cramer 272, Arlene McKay, with a 178 average, rolling 291 and a 944 total and Vivian Kucheran, with a 147 average, posting a 28L AffE VER DARUN1 Paskuski hot in final game 1 15 2 'OP GOAL SCOfERS Gus Fomradas, Welt........... 33 ohn Vaselenak, Packers 34 George Stlmatz, Hotel....... 13 Tom Wright, 13 Frank Pcpson, Welt........... 17 Fleischhauer, Packers 12 Crawford, Packers..... 11 ohn Wensveen, Clubbers n im Fraser, Coaldale.......... 10 Chargers sign Terry Swarn SAN DIEGO (CP-AP) Terry Swarn, a wide receiver released by two Canadian Foot- ball League teams inr 1971, signed as a free agent Monday with San Diego Chargers of the National P'ootball League. CALGARY (CP) Head coach Jim Duncan has signed a. contract for the coming sea- son with Calgary Stampeders, the Western Football Confer- ence club announced today. Duncan joined the Stamped- ers in 1969 after Jerry Williams, now with Hamilton Tiger-Cats, resigned about two months be- fore the start of training camp. Terms of the contract were not announced. The Stampeders have finish- ed second in the WFC twice since Duncan joined the team and were first last season. The team has won 34 games, including the 1971 Grey Cup match, lost 24 and tied one in the last three regular and play off seasons. INSTALLATIONS NOW IN OUR LARGER PREMISES! MUFFLER SPECIAL Most 6 cylinder and small V8 single exhausts Ford Chev- Dodge- Plymouth- Chrysler and Mercury 1954-64 5.95 installed FREE! _______ 7.95 installed FREE! ALL MUFFLERS NOT COVERED BY SALE REDUCED A. usual UnbMtabh Prim, finnl Gvannlw Product and Workmcmhip FREE INSPECTIONS and ESTIMATES 3rd AVENUE and 4th STREET SOUTH DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE Brenda Podorsen and Darwin Romanchuk were the pacesetters in the six-game south zone high school rolloffs Brenda paced the gals with a pinfall of including games of 308 and 307, and an average of 274 Linda Malcomson was sec- ond with including a 361, followed by Selma Nishimura, Kalie Pedrini, Kathy Copeland, Karen Cook and Wendy Williams Darwin led the boys with for six games, including a 293, while Rick Barva was second with and a 293 following were Ken Kurtz with including a Darrel Lagler, Ron Moore, Russ Olson, with high single of 324, and Randy Sfflito. In league play, the pins suffered once again in Gordie's as Gary Tunbridgo blistered them with 399 and 848, Al Taylor 378 and 881, Bill Thomas 343 and 790, Steve Pedersen 332 and 804, Roy Smeed 326, Bill Hamilton 326, Bill Koskoski 321 and 840, Steve Gangur 315, John Rempel 311 and 832, Dan Finnerty 308 and 795, Jerry Flexhaug 301 and Tom Adams 306. Others hitting the high spots were Abe Enns 300 in Green's, Steve Gangur 311 and 877 and Otto Pankotay 301 in Henry Homes, Hink Urano 300 and Francis Higa S07 in JCCA, Len Scheibner 331 in Civil Service, George Matchett 315 in CPR, Kon King 310 and 826 in Major Mixed, Ken Kurtz 316 and 810, Larry Tamaki 321 and Randy Wolstoncroft 306 in Young Adults. Mary Thomson's 401 made the big news among the gals others sparkling for the week were Marlene Bosch 289 in Higa's, Mary Wishnevski 300 and Pat Tunstall 299 in B and E, Kay Rowntree 297 in Wilson's Junior, Helen Rosetti 297 and 771 in Simpsons-Sears, Barbara Buijert 295 in Morning Cof- fee, Shirloy Plontko 322 and Boa Salmon 321 and 772 in Martinizing, Suzan McDonald 300 and 744, Jeanette Smeed 289 and 797 and Isabella Bergman 291 and 778 in Green's, Jean Passey 304 and 753 in Henry Homes, Rosaloo Boftgor 329 in JCCA, Gladys Field 291 and 780 in Doug's, Michele Maclean 315 and 537 in VBC Carolo Homulot 329 and Eleanor Dorigatti 320 and 788 in AGT and Shirley Alexander 299 in CPR. Gary Paskuski completed his 1971-72 City Recreation Hockey League season schedule in fine fashion tallying three times to help Purity Bottling to a 44 tie with the pennant-winning Labor Club Canucks Monday night. Paskuski rifled in one goal in the first period and came back with two more In the third to earn the Bottlers a single point and a third place finish along with the U of L Pronghorns for the season. Both the Bottlers and Prong- horns finished with 18 points for third place. Al Rowntree led the Ca- nucks' scoring with two mark- ers while Grant Harrington and Tim Negrello added singles. Neil Kristjanson was the oth- er Bottlers' marksman notch- ing a second period goal. During the three periods of play the Canucks took two of the five minor penalties and the only game misconduct. Gerry KHnkhammer was evicted at the mark of the second frame. Meanwhile in the second en- counter staged last night the Williams Flyers fired in four unanswered third period goals to edge Miners' Library 5-4. Cliff Block and Alvin Tietz scored twice for the Flyers while Tex Wiebe connected once. Ives Le Claire, Bob Balazs, Pat Holder and Doug Harrold replied for the Miners with a goal apiece. No penalties were called dur- ing the 60 minutes of play. Frazier, Ali might fight again NEW YORK (AP) Joe Fra- ier and Muhammad Ali may fight again for the heavyweight boxing championship in Septem- ber, their respective lawyers said Monday night. At the same time, it was dis- closed that Ali was seeking million and that Jack Kent Cooke holds the lifetime rights to the return bout. Fraaer, Ali, Cooke and the fighters' lawyers appeared on a program broadcast on the ABC television network. Cooke, whose holdings Include Los Angeles Lakers National Basketball Association team and Los Angeles Kings National Hockey League club and who put up the money for the first Fraaer-Ali fight a year ago, would like to stage the return match in June or July. 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