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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 312 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 24, 1973 CWAA finals conclude today Calgary rinks undefeated Ron KeLly and Shelby Mc-Kenzie representing the University of Calgary remained the only two rinks undefeated after two rounds of play concluded in the Canada West University Men's and Women's championship cm-ling playdowns Friday night. The third and final round of the three-day round-robin event got under way this morning. Going into the final round, the U of C foursome lead the men's playdown with a 4-0 record while the University of Alberta follows closely in second at 3-1. University of British Columbia and University of Saskatchewan share third place with 2-2 records while the University of Victoria and host University of Lethbridge trail with 1-3 and 0-4 records respectively- In women's standings. U of C sit on top with four victories in Karen, Janet favored BRATISLAVA. Czechoslovakia (AP) - Karen Mag-nussen of North Vancouver, B.C., and Janet Lynn of Rock-ford, 111., are co-favorites for the women's singles crown at the world figure skating championships which open here Tuesday. With new scoring rules either of the North Americans could skate off with the crown held by European women since 1969. Although the battle for a successor lo Austria's Trixie Schuba is a toss-up, East European skaters are expected to defend I heir crowns in the championship's three other events. Czechoslovakia's Andres Ne-pela is favored to fief end his men's title although Toller Cranston of Toronto is considered a serious challenger. Russian teams, which triumphed two weeks ago in the European championships at Cologne, West Germany, are strong favorites in pairs and dancing. Four-time world pairs titlist Irina Rodnina and her new partner Alexander Zaitsev, turned in a brilliant performance at Cologne when their free skating acrobatics earned them an unprecedented 12 perfect scores of six out of 18 ratings. The Soviet Union's ice dancing couple of Lyudmila Pakhc-mova and Alexander Gorshkov are aiming for their third straight world title. Their only serious challengers are the West German sister and brother combination of Angelika and Erich Buck, who beat the Russians for the 1972 European title and then lost it to the Russians at Cologne this month. Skaters from 22 nations are entered in the competition which ends March 3. Minor hockey Three goals by Greg Forrest gave the Pinto's a 4-2 victory over the Sabres in Pee Wee action Friday night. Mark Cameron added a single effort in the win while Bel-shen notched a pair of markers in a losing cause. Gordon Tait came up with his best individual performance of the season as he scored five times in leading the Blues to a 10-0 shutout over the Beavers in another Pee Wee tilt. Rodny Schultz and Larry Skidmore scored a pair of goals in the win while Warren Keith added a singleton. as many starts while UBC and U of S are tied in second with three wins in four outings. U of V follows with a 2-2 standing while the U of A sport a 1-3 record and the U of L 0-4. Meanwhile in men's action Friday, Kelly led his teammates consisting of third Wayne Wasmann, second Burnie Cox, and lead Gord Vejprava to their third and fourth consecutive victories by edging UBC 8-7 in ALBERT DUMONT TERRY ROBERTS Two stars Lethbridge Nalive Sons will meet Taber Palace Pats this evening at Henderson Ice Centre at 8:30 and Brooks Tubers Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League action and two of the players expected to carry a lot of scoring punch �are Albert Dumont and Terry Roberts. The Sons are currently in first place. Bowling CAPRI BOWL PRE-BU1LT SOCIAL Floyd Johnson 214, Emanuel Senile 273, Pat Johnson 201, Art Fukunaga 230, Jeff Chan 206, George Fujikawa 262, Bill McTighe 243, Bill Low 201, Barb Brown 212. HIGA'S Marlene Bosch 254 ( 720), Dot Anderson 251 (666), Suzan Wolstoncroft 259, Phyl Harrison 247, Alta Clarke 271 (651), Edith Voth 308 ( 706), Marg Michalenko 243, Shirley Alexander 232 (654), Betty Roberts 230, Kae Mann 226 (662). KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Wllma Valer 269, Jeanette Smeed 282 (777), Dianne Violini 283 (760), Shirley Plcntke 261, Carol Lazaruk 253, Gary Tunbrldge 297 ( 796), Bob Costanzo 273, Lyle Sundln 332 (789), Joe Tollin 308, Jack Smeed 272 (720). NU MODE HOMES Emma Glbney 240; Bernice Stewart 267; Sandy Fischer 314 (717); Mary Araki 258; Connie Marshalsav 257 (706�; Mae Pears ;35 ''664); Connie Scott 246; Mary Rath 272 (695); Bernice Pavan 291; Naida Low 249. SUNDQUIST CONST. Jane Smyke 234; Eileen Matteoitt 232; Dot Sorensen 290 (720); Naida Low 255; Jen Hegi 246 (668); Eileen Carter 233 ( 655); Pat Plomp 226; Rose Nunweiler 224; Isabel Orsten 228; Jean Passey 220; Pat Hunt 220. GREEN'S SHOES Randy Wolstoncroft 297 (766); Bill Koskoskl 299 (750); John Tinordl 295; Tom Hackman 312 (769); Jack Smeed 318 (8951; Norm Tolley 310 (734); Dianne Violini 313 (845); Dianne Peder-sen 291 (723); Sandra Westling 283 (769); Linda Malcomson 288 (771); Eleanor Dorigatti 286 (733); Betty Taylor 284 (732). Save $8(0� an Hour on Automotive Expenses! Rent a stall and repair your own car Jr All tools and equipment supplied ~k Licensed mechanic on duty for advice and assistance $0.00 ONLY ^Cm AN HOUR 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday B a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday UNION 76 CHIM0 SERVICE 714 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-0422 J 10 ends and dumping U of V 8-4. In other men's draws, U of A finished the second round play with their only loss in four starts. The Jack Isaman rink representing the U of A were undefeated after the first round play Thursday night and continued their winning streak by whipping the U of L 13-3 in their first draw Friday. Their winning streak came to an abrupt halt in the second match of the day though as U of V upset the northern rink 9-8. U of V in turn dropped an 8-7 decision to TJ of S while the U of L were whipped 10-1 by UBC. In other women's draws. UBC trounced U of L 10-1, U of S stopped U of V 11-5, U of V whitewashed U of A 15-7 and U of S edged U of A 10-7. In Regina the University of Manitoba curlers were leading on both men's and women's side after Friday's first three rounds of the Great Plains Athletic Conference bonspiel. Won-loss records, men's division: Manitoba 2-0, Regina 2-1, Winnipeg 1-1, Lakehead 1-1, Brandon 0-2; Women's division: Manitoba 3-0. Regina 2-0, Brandon 1-2, Winnipeg 0-2, Lakehead 0-2. The round - robin tournament ends today. ANDY CAP1 THE NEW SARAAAID 'STARTS TONIGHT, RUBEJ-&IVE 'Sfi THE ONCE-OVER WHILE YOU'RE AT THE COUNTER Golden Bears lose opener THUNDER BAY (CP) -Lakehead University Nor'Westers jumped into a 43-28 first-half ' lead and coasted to a 76-54 victory over University of Alberta Golden Bears in the opening game Friday of the best-of-three Western Canada Collegiate basketball final. The Nor-Westers, winners of the Great Plains Athletic Conference, trailed briefly in the early going but established an eight - point lead mid - way - through the opening half and were never threatened. A spell of cold shooting by Alberta combined with fast breaks by Lakehead shot the Nor'Westens Mo the 18-10 lead. For Alberta, winners of the Canada West University Athletic Association, Wally Tolles-trup hit for 22 points. Pressure building on youngster Fezler holds slim lead FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Forrest Fezler, a youthful tour sophomore., had no real explanation for his tiofty position atop the standings,, in the rich Jackie Gleason golf tournament and said he had no idea how he'd handle the pressure of the fight for a $52,000 first prize. "I'll just try to play well and what will happen will happen," the moustachioed 23-year-old Califomian said Friday after his three-under-par 69 left him with a two-stroke lead over challenging Lee Trevino going into today's third round. "I'll try not to think about pressure," said Fezler, who hasn't really come close to winning on the pro tour before. Fezler had a two-round total of 136, eight under par on the 7,128 yard Inverrary Golf Club course, and was two in front of Trevino in this event that carries a total purse of $260,000. Trevino, the British Open champ who didn't really threaten in the seven-week western swing, had a 69 despite a missed 3%-foot putt on the final hole. JACK MAKES HIS MOVE Gibby Gilbert took over third place with a 7-139 and Jack Nicklaus birdied three of his last four holes to move into position with a 69-142. "Well," said Nicklaus, the pre-tourney favorite, "at least I'm back in the tournament." The 1972 Player of the Year trailed a group at 141 that in- cluded,, veteran Gay Brewer, who shared the first-round lead with Fezler. Brewer bogeyed four of five holes at one stretch and took a 74. PARTSMEN REQUIRED! FOR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Contact KEN SUPINA or STEVE MOLNAR at . . . 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA DRAG RACING GENERAL MEETING SUNDAY, FEB. 25, 7:30 P.M. CIVIC CENTRE GYM 2 For the purpose of establishing whether there is sufficient interest to warrant the formation of a group to promote the sport of drag racing in Southern Alberta. THE GREATEST 'MOBILE HOME LIVING' SALE IN LETHBRIDGE "JOE" TARNAVA PRESIDENT Here is a view of Joe's Mobile Homes lot where all the best buys await you on fine new 1973 Knight-Schmidt and Gendall mobile homes. We invite you to come in and discuss your needs with us at your leisure! 200,000 worth of New 1973 Unit Now Going at mmr% BILL ROMANCHUK SAIES REPRESENTATIVE NO GIMMICKS!- Just Honest Cash Discounts! All homes heated for your viewing comfort. OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. FEATURING . . . The Fabulous Homes of SCHIST IWMX I TO In Single and Double Wide units See the all-new 24' x 56' 3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms and many other fine features, now on displayl It's a home fit for a Icing. Gracious living wherever you go! ALSO . . . The Incomparable Homes by GENBMi In all sizes from the smallest right up to the largest!  Singles from 12' x 52' up to 14' by 68'. All featuring bright-new exciting better living ideas! 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