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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TO' UIHMIOOI HBlAtO Tuttdov, Ftbtiwry M, Seniors under ipgy at Halifax Alberta rink lives up to reputation PALMER WARMS UP FOR PGA Arnold Palmer toured the PGA Championship course Monday warming up for the PGA Tournament starting Thursday. At left Palmer swings from the practice tee and at right he mops sweat from his face after working on the practice greert where the temperature was in the mid-eighties. Baldwin overcame case of first round nerves ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) "It's a lot easier when you're a skip Kay Baldwin of Alberta said after overcoming opening-round nervousness to establish a 2-0 record Monday in the Canadian women's curling championship. "We were a bit uncertain... we thought we'd be competing .against pretty seasoned Mrs. Baldwin said after defeating Mrs. Clare Pur- dy's Nova Scotia rink 14-3 in the second of the scheduled nine rounds of the round-robin com- petition. Although a curler for 14 years, it was her first national event. She attributed the victory and a first-round 10-9 extra-end win over Manitoba to her "well-balanced" rink. It was also the first national competition for third Mrs. Joyce Bucholz, second Mrs. Shirley Mitchell and lead Mrs. Gladys Bowling scores GLENDALE C.H.E.C. Urano 232 Sandra Westllng 329 Eldan Westling 287 (7141, Betty Coutts 229 Jean Christie 235, Dobler 2-S5, BucK McNeeley 255, Andy KrogwsM 263, S. Pander 245, E. Gcrzitia 2J3. SHOPPERS WORLD j Jean Passey 282 sandy Scatter-1 good 313 Betty Paterson 245' Bea Salmon 285, Pat Leclalre i 243, Elaine Brown 235 Ir.ene Lyride 212, Helen Dickson 2J9. i KIMURAS MIXED Willis Westergreen 275 Ann Pearson 222, George Arnold TLi, Bill Roth 243, Randy Larve 230, Cliif BlacK 211. SOUTH ALTA PRODUCE Sandy Scaffergood 294 John Scatter-good 293 Dieter Bechtold 287 Robert Kemperner 235, Fred Thomson 261, Neil Clark 234, Fitzsirnmonds 221, Clarence Tremel 221, Dot Olshaski 265 Joe Tenant 2CO. VASA MIXED Nick Blanch! 250, Jerry Larson 271, Arvid Oseen 2J6, LSI Hegland 22S, Bob Hanson 2-15, Joyce Berry 192. CPR SOCIAL Shirley Alexander 280 Doug Young 248 Elsie Brunner 374 Edith Voth 233 P. Canan 132, Fil Oberg 2-y, Alma Oberg 236, C. Hilderbrandt 228, Roiile Howes Bob Bavid 235 SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Becnthold 246, Frank Bern- hart 292 Evan Evans 248, Len Milner 214, Bill Jensen 260, Spot Mil- ler 214. B AND E HARDWARE John Scattergood 315 Steve Gangur 271 (757V Barb Scattergocd 365 Joyce Bsch 250 Karl Philipp 2J8, Eernice Hay 138, Bill An- dersen 226, Graham Scattergood 221, Walter Crombei 250, Gerry Anderson 252. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Sam Gtrardi 369 Steve Mezel 332 Kent Leishman 346 Roy Smesd 323 Randy Wotston- croft 313 Jack Jones 363 Len Herring 2S9 (7921, Ken King 304 Wo! Viergutz 315 Steve Saler 30i Bob Costanzo 293 (739) HISAS Dianne Violin! 322 Sandy Scat- I AI tergocd L. Persley 27? Art. Pcgskach 2-M Lena Moore 2JO Pat Jarvie 254 Phil Harrison ISO, Susan McDonald 231, Dot Bulpitf 276, Kay Maim 234. CAPRI BOWL COM Annette Furo 227; Geo Furo 2fiO; laria Jok'.'ty 212; Dave Creighton 244; Chester Jokuty 24? Yvonne Folk 254; Geo Siilagyl 271 Betty Van Gaal Sarn Girardi 2SO Cheryl Donaldson 221. NUMODE HOMES Elaine Kristjanson 275; Bemice Pa- ran 2J2; Anne Pearson 249 May Hiebert 254 isabelle Bergman 283 Chris SetlUlZ 268 Lu- ella Lee 240; Marge Hughes 246; May Syme 243; Madeline Siefcely 238. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Vera Nicholls 283 C6091; Rose Ham- ilton 236; Pat Tunstall 2d8; Linda Ho- vey 238; Opal Taylor 230; May Mahe Omelusik 228; Dorothy Adams 223 Shirley MeLellan 213; Peggy Guni 216. SENIOR CITIZENS Jack Numveiler 291 Henry lechthotd 258 Frank Bernhart 262 Felix Hofforth M2 C. Van Wyfc 252 (6741; Emll Collin 346; Scotty Mulr 239; Carl McCann 260 Evan Evans 221; Len Milner 221. HENRY HOMES Jerry Areshenko 265; Ltn Jensen 287 Lloyd Orcutt 277; Mary Mor- im 241; Fran A. Beresnak 258 Jim Wright 257; Kathy Muller 270; Bernie Carrier 286; Stan Carmlchaei 258; Bertha Omeluslk 227; Verna Vol- den 226; Cara Wyrostok 222. J.C.C.A. Hink Urano 344 Wlmo Naka- mura 310; Tak Katakami 323 Mun Takeda 308 Bob Same- shima 2fll; Jim Yamada 276; Masa Gosfiinmon 292 Sunao Ayukawa Carol Fujita 236; Pat Tobo 228; Kaye Ayukawa 213; Dot Mlyashiro HOUSEWIVES "B" DIVISION Marg Helmer 255; Coleen Manak 259- Barbara Buijert Louise Ful ten 199; Rose Cropley 258 Betty Hobbs 260; Joan Billett 267; Mabel Stuckart 255; Mae Popma 284; Arlene McKay 282 Donna Wiebe 264; Bertha Omelusik 252. THOMAS ADAMS TOURN. Kathy Muller 253 Dorothy Coolldgo J55; Pat Plomp 256 (7-16} 3uian McDonald 262 Jean Pas sey 283 Bea Salmon 293 Naida Low 253; Jim Higa 264 Randy Wolstoncroff 355 Jerry 27J Tom Urano 299 Dob Qmotani 379 Doug Pedersen 360- Mun TakecJa 277; Rvo Nagata 2W Otto Pankotay 31 John Ericksoti 291 Joe Schmall 297. Y.B.C. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Dan, i Romanchuk 288 Peter YBC SCHOOLS Rod Kdkcih Ml; Lar.ette 173; Bev Salmon 157; Pat Hamilton 169; Ron Grefzinger 2-U Garvin Beatty 211; Garry Lohuis 323 Alichele Maclean ISO- Tom Passey 251 Ailistcr Paterson 196. AGT MIXED YBC BANTAMS Henry U-.vicki 2-15; Dourj j Sharci Goqo 169; Leslie Klllins 137; MO (7U5; Louiw Fulton 235; Mtirg I Darcy Tamaycse 169; Jennifer AAaybi Killtns 271 Poy VaykoviLh 2J5; 163; Cathy Roberts 163; Lori Hami Norm tolley 196 Frarink Tutlle Jon 15C; Alex 170; Darren ivak 226 Wildman 217; Bernis Pch! 239 Carolyn Pas- sey 231 Valerie Hanson 206; Baden Pilling'238; Linda Malcomscn Chollack 244; Rob (7-iSlj Eleansr Dorlgatti Pepper 181; Harvle Poczs 270 (497 Rod Malchow 219; Jim McCracken Michael Toiley 184. WEST CASTtE SKI RESORT 2 FOR THE PRICE OF LIFT TICKET OFFER SPECIAL IN EFFECT FEB. 20th to 28lhl (Must be throe persons or multiple! of three) Skiing is rjront right now and n courteous, hospitable wei- cmnR i', cKfentlod to vou from our now qualified staff! Tainsh. But the team is 'so well-bal anced that if one misses the other can pick it right Mrs, Baldwin said. Nova Scotia was the only rink going into today's third rounc with two losses. The other eight have 1-1 records. Ln other second-round play, defending champion Saskatche- wan lost 5-4 to Ontario; Mrs. Sue Ann Bartlett's Newfound- land rink defeated Marie Toole's Prince Edward Island entry 9-7; Mrs. Ina Hansen's British Columbia rink Mew Brunswick 9-8 with an extra end. and Mrs. Mabel Mitchell's Manitoba rink beat Quebec 8-7. Mrs. Helen Sillman said her Thunder Bay, Ont. rink was "a lot happier with our play" in the second round. "This afternoon we were un- sure of ourselves and it cost us our she said in refer- ence to a 7-3 first-round victory by Nicole Janelle's Quebec rink. In other first-round action, Vera Pezer's Saskatchewan rink defeated Newfoundland 11-9, Mrs. Shirley Pilsen's New Brunswick entry defeated Scotia 13-4 and Prince Edward Island defeated British Colum- bia 9-7. KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) David Haley's Alberta rink served notice Monday that the reputation that preceded it to the Canadian schoolboy curling championship here was not un- deserved, as the Athabasca skip made a take-out shot through a port for a 6-5 second-round win iver Ontario. "I just knew I had to get through the Haley said after he win, which left his foursome tkd with Saskatche- wan and Manitoba at two wins apiece. Northern Ontario has a 1-0 record while British Columbia, Quebec and New Brunswick were 1-1, Nova Scotia was 0-1, and Newfoundland, Prince Ed- ward Island and Ontario were last with two losses apiece. In today's third round, set for p.m. MST, New Brunswick meets Nova Scotia, B.C. meats Alberta, Quebec meets Saskat- chewan, Newfoundland faces Northern Ontario, and Prince Edward Island faces Ontario. Manitoba has the bye. The fourth round is at 8 p.m. In other second-round games, Quebec beat Newfoundland 11-5, New Brunswick whipped Prince Edward Island 9-4, Manitoba edged Nova Scotia 54 and Sas- katchewan outdrew British ol- umbia 9-8. Both Haley and Ontario skip Mark McDonald of Gananoque made some fine shots in their contest, McDonald a cold draw to the four foot in the ninth to save the end, and Haley two take-outs in the eleventh and extra end to salvage the win. Third Barry Bortajck gave Haley excellent support when it counted but Haley still had to make four double takeouts be- fore the game was over. The New Brunswick rink, skipped by Gary McDonald from Oromocto, hit their stride in the second round after a loss to Alberta 12-5, defeating Prince Edward Island 9-4. Coach Dick Watson said his rink's main problem in the first round was nervousness. The New Brunwick rink is the youngest and least experienced in the national competition. Three of the boys are 16, the other 15. SKIP INJURED Prince Edward Island became the popular favorite of the five- day event Monday when skip Glen Mahar fell during a prac- tice shot before the first rounc began and injured his throwini arm, putting him out for least two days. He returned to the game, his arm in a sting, to direct his rink through a contest Manitoba needed two extra ends to win 9- 7. Mahar usually throws second, while- second Donald Callbeck throws the last stone, so the in- jury was not the handicap il could otherwise have been, as lead Kent Gorveatt threw Ma- har's stones. In other first-round play Northern Ontario beat Quebec 10-6 in an extra end, B.C. beat Newfoundland 8-5 and Saskat- chewan whipped Ontario 9-6. Meanwhile in Halifax skip Harry Coles of Quebec, after a narrow 8-6 win over New Bruns- wick in the second round of the Canadian seniors curling cham- pionship Monday admits his rink didn't deserve to win. "But we got that bad game out of our system he said after the victory left Quebec with a 2-0 record, tied with three other rinks for the lead in the 11-team round-robin tourna- ment. British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan also have 2-0 records. Northern Ontario has a 1-1 ecord while Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Newfoundland were all win- ess. In third-round play today, scheduled for a.m. EST, it is Saskatchewan vs. Prince Ed- Labor Club wins first encounter The Labor Club drew first blood in the City Recreation Hockey League "A" semi-finals en of the 13 minor penalties called while the Labor Club re- ceived the only 10-rninute mis series as they dropped the pen- conduct handed out. Lome nant winning TJ of L Chinooks j Gray was tabbed for the mis 5-3 last night. conduct after a first period dii ward Island. Quebec vs. New- foundland, Alberta vs. New- Brunswick, Manitoba vs. Quebec and Northern Ontario vs. British Columbia. The fourth round is scheduled for 2 p.m. In other second-round games. Alberta edged Manitoba 8-7, British Columbia swamped Newfoundland 15-1, Prince Ed- j ward Island downed Nova Sco- tia 15-5 and Saskatchewan de- 1 foaled Northern Ontario 8-5. On- i lario had the bye. Alberta skip Stu Pearce had to use his last rock in the 10th and for a takeout of the Mani- toba shot rock to win. He con- nected for the single and de- feated tlie Mac McCrimmon rink from Flin Flon, Man. In first-round play, Albertm edged Ontario M, Northern On- tario squeezed by Nova Scotia 10-8. British Columbia defeated New Bmnswck 84, Quebec beat Manitoba 12-8 and Saskat- chewan whipped Newfoundland 11-6. Wind a factor says Player PALJt BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) South African Gary Player, master tamer of international golf courses, found a hint of Britain in the swirling Florida breeze. "It's a great championship he said, "but I'm cer- tain Mother Nature and her wind u'ill have much la Bowling Banter AT CAPBI BOWL, Marg Smith had an outstanding week as she emerged with the high single are! triple in FreeJs- Speedys league for gals. Marg came up with games of 171, 329 and 370 for an 870 triple and playing against the Western Canada women's team she rattled the pins for 290, 249 and 350 for an 889 triple, .her efforts gave her the highest triple recorded this year by any gal at Capri Bowl. Hink Urano is making his first year of bowling felt, especially in the JCCA League, .steadily building his average of 165. .Hink rolled games of 209, 180 and 344 for a 733 triple, .a big 238 pins over his league average and indication of things to come .Winners have been declared in five of 10 classifications in the local rolloffs for the Thomas Adams Distillery national championship. In the women's 0-150 aavcrage Shirley Marshall is leading the way with a total pinfall of 601, 29 pins better than runner-up Naida Low with a 572. .In averages from, 151- 165 Suzan McDonald holds down the lead with 669 followed closely by Kathy Muller at 653. .Bemice Hay came up with a 678 in the 166-185 competition and leads Mary Kirby, who tallied 649. .In men's competition Hoy Vaykovich accounted for 647 in the 0-165 average to lead Otto Pankotay who man- aged a 635. .In play in the 166-185 bracket Garry Wyrostok and Joe Schmalz deadlocked at 662 and as a result will meet in a playoff. .The other groups will finish this coming week- end with the winners and runner-ups advancing to the south- ern zone finals. In league play, leading the way was Gary Tunbridge in Gordies with a 386 and 860 triple, .followed closely by John Erickson's 306, Lloyd Heppler at 313 and Norm Haugen's 755 triple. .In Green's Lou Novak came up with a 308, Jim Higai 301, Cec Baudry 331 and 855, Ramsay Vickers 333 and 757 as well as Steve Gangur at 319 and 754. .Cyril Baraett came up witti a 303 hi Eagles while Hink Urano's 344 in JCCA led thte way for Wimp Nakamura with a 310, Tak Katakami 323 and 777 and Mun Takeda at 308. .Roy Chanda shone in Moonlight Bowl with a 383 while Doug Aspeslet and Norm Tnlley stole the spotlight in ACT. .Aspeslet rolled a 360 while Tolley registered a 756 triple. .In Young Adults Randy Wol- stoncroft had a three-game total of 802 with Claude Giuris- sevich scoring 316 and Dennis Smith 342. and 777. .In Housewives section A top scores were turned in by Pat Plomp 370, Cathy Crighton 341, Shirley Petrak 290, Betty Dionne 322 and Marg Seefried 333. .In section B action Betty Hobbs 260, Joan Bfflett 267, Mae Popma 284, Donna Wiebe 264. .In prac- tice for western Canada team members Sam Girardi was hot as be Mt for 351, 261 and 910, Randy Wolstoncroft had a 312 and 770 while Marg Smith tallied 290 and 350. AT GLENDALE BOWL Kent Leishmau gets the nod as bowler of the week amongst the male competitors. Kent, who is currently averaging 217 found the range in Commercial Men's and totalled a whopping 860 triple after games of 296, 346 and 218. .His production was 209 pins over his average. .Annabelle Pruegger paced the gals and was bowler of the week as she registered games of 330, 179 and 208 in Hay Agencies for a 717 triple some 189 pins over her 176 average. This past weekend saw the zone rolloffs for the Pepsi- Cola high school tournament, an annual event, take place in Pincher Creek. .A team of eight girls and seven boys quali- fied for the team that advances to the finals slated for Grande Prairie April 17 and 18. .The top girl was 12-year-old Cathy Copclanfl of Pincber Creek who averaged 238 for six games. .Her total was a brilliant .Brcnda Pedersen of Lethbridge was the runner-up at followed by Karen Van Tol of Pincher Creek. .Other team members include Linda Malcomson, Marie Look, Debbie Calhoun, and Gail Hedberg of Lelhbridge and Austra McGlynn of Pincher Creek. .The alternate is Lori Smeed of Lethbridge. In boys' competition Lethbridge made a clean sweop of the first three spots as Randy Sillito led the way with a total pinfall of for an average of 265 for six games. .Darryl. Laglcr followed with a score. Darwin Romanchuk was third The balance-of the team, included Marty Boisvenue of Pincher Creek, Russell Davies of Turner Valley, Owen Neal of Milk River and Baden Pilling of Lethbridge. .The alternate is Bernie Pohl of Lethbridge. ANDY CAPP The Labor Club, third place agreement, finishers in the per.-ar.t race j The same two clubs will tan came back from a 2-fl first per-1 gic Thursday at 8 p.m. for their lod deficit to take the lead in j second encounter while the "B1 the best of five series. series between St. Basil's am Tim Negrello and Steve Ul- the JI and K Generals will open rich opened the scoring in the Wednesday at 8 p.m. first play-off game for the Chi- nooks, but were stymied Jim Stewart tallied their final goal at the mark of the final period. On Uie other hand the Labor Club picked up three of the fastest goals ever notched in a row in league play as it took them only 21 seconds to take the lead. Grant Harringlon opened the onslaught at the mark of the second period and came back with another ]1 seconds later. Don Bnichct completed Uu: irick at the mark. Al Rountree (hen completed the second period scoring in the Life stages of the period while Lome Gray notched their only marker in the thiid Tlra Chinooks picked up sev- i about who wins Uic PG." I LICENSED BETTING OFFICE THREE GAMES LEFT Lanny McDonald and his Leth- bridge Sugar King mates have three games left in ths Alberta Junior Hockey League before the playoffs. Kings are at home tonight at the Arena at to Calgary Mount Royal Cougars and a local win would clinch sec- ond place for them. The Kings travel to Edmonton this weekend to close out the regular schedule. 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