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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETH1R1DGE H5RAID Sntimlny, February 19, 1972---------- Eillier Tom Slolihs of Sprins- bank or Alf Aa.-ai of lirooks will carry the southern Alberta banner in the provincial mixed curling championships next weekend. Slobbs nailed down the A-sec- tion title Fridfiv when lie Lopped Lyle Davis of Lclh- bridge 7-5 He Llii'n took Hit- rest of Ihe day off lo watch Aasen wade through three games in B-section. They arc Lo come (.0 grips in Ihe A-B final today. Aasen did the jo bin E-scclion with little imagination. II e bombed Doug Peterson of Irri- cana !H in ills opening match, stopped Fcrgic Shields of Medi- cine Hat 10-6 m the semi-final, then whipped Calgary's Rick Dnnsmore 12-7 in the B-final. Dunsinore had eliminated Davis in the other semi- final match.- Davis, who had also reprc senled District 2 in men's com- petition, had won three games Thursday to advance lo the A section final against Slobbs. MAYBR TOl'S Meanwhile Dave Mayer o f Calgary St. Francis claimed [he A-seclion title of the south- ern Alberla schoolboy curling championships Friday by de- feating Colin Hees ol Calgary Crescent Heights 9-2 in seven ends. Rees now meets Gran! of Medicine Hat in the Erec- tion final. Grant scored three wins In advance lo the D-seclion linal. He beat Wayne Demotl o! Drumhcllor 7-G downed Keith Barry's Calgary St. Marys' and crushed Blalne Huddle of Ubresholm 10-5. In other games Friday. Ivan Watson of Vulcan, the defend- ing southern champion, lost twice hi an extra end. Mayer beat him 6-5 in an A semi final, then Rees dumped him 7-G in the B-scmi-final. District 2 representative Jer- ry Machacik, made up of cnrl- grin as he left Ihe green and a i His parlner, Homero Blancas, I namcnt Friday. from (he Leihbridge Colle- spectalor asked him how he, had just gone 10 under par for! If was Ihc lowest round of Institute, lost to Rees in stood for the day. I (he round and was on his way to B 1 a n c a s' professional career game after and lowest on the pro lour jplji hvo games Thursday. OVER AND DOWN Argentine race driver Juan Massci braces himself and ap- pears pinned under his Formula 4 racer after being bumped by another competitor. He suffered only minor bruises. Fires 6] Homero Blancas hot PHOENIX. Ariz. (API Bill "I'm six under par and Four a 61 in Ihe second round of the Garrett flashed a shy. rueful' Garrctt said. Phoenix open golf tour- Tulhol unbeaten in men's compelilion DHUMIIKLLKH (Special! heralded Saskatoon rink won the A-side of Ihe Saskatchewan men's curling playoffs Friday nighl with a Kill victory over fellow e I n 1) im'inber Bruce Neilher Saskaloon rink had boon rated a favorite, but they knocked off the Iwo southern rinks in Ihc afternoon lo meet in the A-finid. Schell now meets five-lime provincial champion Bob Pick- ering of Avonlea today in the Il-cvcnt final, while Wyall wails for the winner. Pickering eliminated Sam Richardson of Hefiina 0-1 Fri- day night alter hull] had losl in morning Richardson is Ihe. of four-time world chLmpion Ernie Kithardsoil. lilti'luS, -By Sullivan B) SIMPSONS-SEARS Has winter been hard on your car? Now is the time for an expert tune-up! HERE'S WHAT WE DO O Install new Allstate spark plugs Install new points, condenser and rotor Reset Ignition timing Check and adjust carburetor 6 cylinder 8 cylinder Good Monday to Friday CALL 328-9231 Save with Allstate Gasoline Regular Premium 50 SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 lo 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday unlil 9 p.m. Ccnlrt Villago 2nd Avc. and 13lh Si. N. since Johnny Miller had Ihe Edraonlon noy Talbof'of same score two years ago on Rcd D south- Ihc same Phoenix Counlry Club v.as (hc onh, un. course, a par-71 lay- nnk pmcrgc I first dar's action That 10-iaidci-par effort gave Blancas a ,'lG-hme lolal of 131. 11 c cul1' under par. and staked him to first dar's action of the provin- four-strokr lone] going into lo-i TWO VICTOR1KS riny's third round. Talbol followed up an II- Ticd al werchomctoun Fa-] r, victory over Lloyd Wood of vorile Georpc B on Lei I. who j ijlc Territories wilh learned Die grinc on ihi.s a fl-7 flccision over course, veteran Gene Liltlcr. j champion Dale Douqlas anrl Jen-y Heard. Gervais cf St Albert. Boiilcll had a 07, Lilller and I jn Douglass 611 and Heard Rookie Richard Karl alone st 136 after a second- round 69. with Devlin. Chi Chi Rodriguez and Marly Fleckman lied at Fleckman and Rodriguez matched 68; Dcvhn had a 70. and INalivc Sons win ganie. Mel of Fairvicu1 sidelined Wood wilh a 10-5 victory. The A final today will sec apainst Talb'jl uhile Gervri> goes against TnH-ol in (he B final. If TalboL ei- ther game there will be a sucl- JT CERTAINLY was good to return lo the old stomp- ing "rounds in Medicine Mat the other night lo watch Hie Kcgina Pals and the Medicine Hat Tigers tangle in a Western Canada Hockey League game. I must admit, however, that what I saw has left me more than jusl slightly envious. The people of Medicine Hat. while I hey don't ap- pear to have a contender this year, certainly ('o not have to lake a hack seat to anyone in rink accommo- dation. Medicine Hallers must Feel proud every chance Ihey gel to show off their new Arena Convention Centre. It is truly a credit lo those responsible for building il. It is hard In imagine that a city Ihe size of Medicine under 28.000 in sport such a facility and the best Lethbridge can do are three communiiy rinks. A feasibility study is currently under way here to arrive at an answer lo the question do we need an arena complex'.' And if it is decided we do where would be the best site of such a building1 liow many seals would be necessary1' Look no further than Ihe Gas Cily gentlemen, and you'll sec a perfect blueprint for a rink and complex for Lefhhridgc. The Medicine Hal rink seats jusl under standing room for another 1.200 or so. They have one section can he used for future expansion, a situation they must face in the not too distant future if Tuesday evening was any indication. There wasn't an empty scat in the place and there isn't a bad one in the place. There are no pillars blocking thn fans1 view and exits are so plentiful that there is no such thing as a congestion problem. A miniature Maple Leaf Garden is the way one Lcthbridge visitor described il right down lo the or- gan playing "Three Blind Mice'1 on any calls that upset the local supporters. If there is one area where improvements could be made al the 'Mat it would be the concession stands. But. then, only liio.se of us who think of our stom- achs would notice that. in Lclhbridge, will have a new rink in the next two years. II has lo come, not just for hockey bul n building wilb seats for 5.500 or li.OOO people where one could go lo watch Ihc Ice Capadcs, see a circus, attend a rock festival or a political rally. knows hou- many uses a rink such as this could have until it is built" I'm tired of hearing, "Let's prove we need one before go ahead and build one." The lime is now and Ihe need is there. Like Medicine Hat, let's build ourselves an arena to be proud of. 1 would bet money we wouldn't be sorry for it. As far as the giime was concerned I thought the Pats were the belter club. The final score read (i-5 .srtllo the .straight knockout playdown. There was never more Mian a point separating Gervais and Lelhbridce Vs Men's Xalivc, Talhot in their duel. Gervni.s Sons travelled to Standoff Fri- j picked up Iwo on the loth lo evening for an exhibition lake a 7-G and Talbol encounter with SI. Catherine's blanked the Ulh lo have last and came away an easy j rock coming home. 11-2 win. When Bill Mitchell, the third The S'nns led 4-0 after Ihe of 'he Gervais team, hit a po- firsl period and !l-2 after lenlial guard, his counterpart 40 minutes of play. i D a v c Gaslon drew fully Rand y Gerry j behind. Veres and Miles Shaw led Ihc! Gervais wrecked trying lo way for the Sons vvilli three! follow him wiLli a quiet inlurn goals each. Singles went to; and Talbol drew a second Norm Michaelis and Fred Ilof- i counter. Gervais played a lay- farth. Jocvcnazzo scored his up lo Taloot's first shot and 'game this evening lo Kcgina. bul I Ihouiibt the score flattered the Tigers. A busload of locals made the trip to Lelh- bridge's Earl Ingarfield put the Pats through their trio of markers within one min- ute and seconds in the sec- ond period. Talbol chipped him out for the victory. Meanwhile Doug Wyalt's un- paces and were pleased with what they saw. The gnme was fnsl wilh lols of action. The Pats are a little more polished than the Tigers. The (las City club puts a great deal of emphasis on offence with little regard for defence, and it cost them the game. The support of Ihe Tigers by Ihe Medicine Hat, fans reminds one of the old Medicine Hat Lcthbridgc Native .Sons days- It certainly would be nice lo be a part of il here in Lelhbridgc. il? Go take a look for yourself. You. too, will re- turn home envious of our Gas Cilv neighbors. Be a SUMMERTSME HOCKEY PLAYER! Attend the Annual WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL To Ploy The Best Canadian Hockey Sign With the "Pros" for 2 Weeks August 13-19 and 20-26th Provisional Hockoy Instruction Progressive Skatinq Inslrutlion Spncinl Instruction For Gnaltpnelrrt By A Goalkcopor All Boys 8-17 Welcomn ED DYCK, Goalkeeper WAYNE MULOIN, DcF.F Cleveland ED JOYAL, Philadelphia ROSS LONSBERRY, Philadelphia JIM NEILSON, New York DARRYl KNIBBS, Muskcnan For Information Please Phono STAN MAXWELL 327-8649 or Write 1025 Henderson lake Blvd. Lolhbriclac, Alberta Lcllibridgo Pec lands averted ;i al Hie hands of Vulcan Woe's in provincial playoff ac- lion Friday nifiht. Mai-lands Iravdlod lo Vul- can lasl Friilay ;intl were crlpcd liy (In1 home club in (lie first, of a scries bul. playing in their lionic rink Ihe Marlar.ds ex- ploded and Ihrdihcd Vulcan 1-1- 1 lo lake the scries 1.1-G on the round. Handy Syrcnne led Ihe Mar- lands willi [our fioals while Ilarvic chipped in a Mar-1 trio. Ro.ss M.ilheson added a 5-1 setback uhilc markers Robbie Kunsl, Perry Wil- ;on, Brian Turner, Glen Lef- Pec fingwcll and Karl InRarfield. Rickie. SbericU replied for Vulcan. In a regular Pee UVc lx.'apv.e the Canucks Ihrcc finals from Allan Gcpncris as Ilicy HOII 7-.1 over Hie Rears. Mike CraiK scored for Ihe winners. David Slinson and Billy Boycc completed the sciirinR with singles. David 7. a r o o b c n. David Mariura and Don CoulUs ac- counted for the Hears' poals. It? TABER CIVIC CENTRE MONDAY, FEB. 21 P.M. 300 Ib. TOR KAMATA vs 285 Ib. JOHN QUINN KURT VON HESS vs CARLOS BELAFONTE BOB LUECK vs JOHN ANSON FRANK BUTCHER vs VICTOR JOVICA SI.50 BOX OFFICE OPENS 7 P.M. Wcikli STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-7V sgning uioiies NEW YORK CAP) Now York Nels signed Marqucllc's junior cc'iilre .lini Chones lo a cash contract for more than SI million Friday and declared "war is on with Ihe OTA." The declaration, made by Roy Boc, president of the American Basketball c I u was th? first flat statement by any official in the ABA or Na- tional Basketball Association in- dicating an increasing battle for talent between the leagues since they went before Congress for approval of a merger. It came less than 2-1 ho-.irs after the signing by the NEA's Sealllc SuporSonics of seven- foot Jim McDaniels after he had jumped his contract with Caro- lina Cougars of Ihe ABA. And il came in the fare of criticism by college coaches of the ABA's announced plans lo draft undergraduates. ''We have long advocated not signing Bsc said. OTIinitS 'DOINC IT' "We recognize thai olher [earns arc doing it Tn the past, from what we've heard, guys have been signed, scaled and delivered by underhanded meth- ods. We in no wr.y wanted any part of subterfuge. "But Chines received many offers teams in the NBA and we hr.d (o move fast I will ,-illow a merger. II will rt'mini'alc all of Illis ou'lriv'i n lulling ;'.nd in (he long run will help preserve Ihe structure of pro and college basketball. "Until Congress d cs so, war is on wi'h the Luu and general manager, said lights lo Chores, who was aver- aging 20.8 points and 11.9 re- bounds a game for unbeaten Marque'le. were awarded the Nels at. a Ic.-guc meeting sev- eral weeks ago. ABA rrimniii'.bnrr J a c k Dolnh said Ihe Nels will forego a No. 1 draft clink'e because uf Iheir signing of Clinnes. Firlh sislcrs finish ouc-ivvo STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CP) The Firth sisters, Sharon and Shirley, of Imivik, N.W.T., finished in the women's 10-kilometre cross- country ski race at the North American Nordic champion- ships Thursday. ELRICH TIRE ;PORT SCOR ALBERTA JUNIOR 19 77 U 33 13 W 0 0 1 157 5fl 181 50 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F Denvir :i 1 i t, 21fl 1 Phorniv 17 5 1 0 15.! ?72 U Seal 12 27 1 157 212 26 b 171 LfiH 77 71 S '7S ilG 7 3? 231 L T F A Pts. -11 R 1 733 177 91 J7 11 ID 7J1 135 R-: Jl 13 12 212 7-1 2.1 23 25 11 If, 25 5 M' 11 33 U 151 216 36 HO 1-ifi 7-1 3 190 57 163 57 37 vision Winr.'-.aia SI. Loci-, Pinlacteirhia Pirrsturri Los Ancles LEADERS; ;a n 7 103 na PT 13 19 ID 141 20 32 n 163 17 2V 11 IS 31 9 1-15 15 39 7 150 .'Iflliinal I New Yort: J V.inco'jvcr 5 St. LOJIS 2 I American Her'.hoy 5 3 Dallimcrc 3 Richmond 7 Sprinnflelti 3 llc-.M Sc-'ia 7 i Ccrilr.il Dnl Ins Tul-.a 7 F Mnhovlirh, M M.irlln, Bui........ RrdTTifjnd. D Prrro-njll, Rlif SlflnfXd. D WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE W L T F 31 IB 2 219 SrtiKrilorn JO 3 237 Brancicn 77 74 (1 753 Flin Finn 2.; 33 1 20? 19 3J 1 175 S'.vifl Currcnl 16 36 1 IBi Wcslcrn Division Calnarv 39 10 276 Mew wesl. 3: 5D 53-1 Eclnionlon 33 16 2 233 15 3? 2 IAS 3 1-1 39 (I 175 3 Inlcrcollcgmle Calgary i LJfK -I Alberia 16 VirJona 1 FOR BETTER DEALS ON GENERAL ALL GEUP ELRICH TIRE LIP, i COMPLETE TIRE SALES 401 lit AVI. South Priori. 337-0884 or ;