Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
S - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Mcneloy, February lb, 1973 aren looKing snarp BRAT1SLA\'A (CP.) - "It's simply a question of mathematics," Karen Magnussen of Vancouver joked after a dazzling free skating display in this Czechoslovakia city late Sunday. "At every world championship I've bettered myself by one placing except in 1969 when I had to retire hurt. I've got down to second so this should be the year. Mind, there is the human element to be taken into cinsideration." Earlier Karen had mesmerized a captive crowd of spectators with her free-skating routine while practising for the 1973 world figure skating tournament. At one stage, she slipped, crashing into the perimeter barrier. But she jumped up, brushed herself off and continued the routine. I fall once a day regularly as clockork," she said in her dressing room afterwards. "I only hope I'll have had my fall for the day before I go into the competitions." Karen's hopes for a gold medal have never been stronger. Not having a world champion to compete against Austrian Trixie Scuba, last year's queen of the rink, now skates professionally-Karen feels the Bratislava championships are wide open. Karen's coach, Linda Brauchkmann, has kept one eye! on the U .S. ladies' champion j Janet Lynn throughout rehearsals. "Janet and Karen have vied against teach other many time before," Linda said. "It's difficult to say one is better than the other although the Americans figures are not as good as her free skate. Karen is equally good at both." While it is generally felt the ladies' individual title will go lo one or the other, the blond 20-year-otd Canadian champion doesn't plan to make it a contest between herself and Janet. "There are many very good girls involved this'year and it could go to any one of them," Karen said. "It doesn't matter what is said or what is predicted, it all boils down to the question of skating on the day and skating to best of your ability." But during Sunday rehearsals the pretty Canadian stood out strongly against a background of other skaters as she glided gracefully then jumped and spun precisely to the music of Rachmaniiiov. "When I'm on Bratislava ice I feel like a bird," she said. Weekend scorers By THE CANADIAN PRESS SUNDAY Minnesota 5 at New York 6 New York-Ratelle 2, Tkac-zuk, Hadfield, Vickers, Rousseau; Miuncsota-Parise 2, Harris 2, Hextall 1. Pittsburgh 1 at Buffalo 2 Buffalo-Ramsay, Perreault; Pittsburgh - Harbaruk. Atlanta 2 at Chicago 4 Chicago-Hull 2 Korab, Staple-ton; Atlant a-MacMillan, Romanchych. California 0 at Philadelphia 7 Philadelphia-Blando 2, Lon-sberry, Saleski, Dornhoefer, Clement, Clarke. GOT A SWEET TOOTH? - You hove? Then don't miss Margo Oliver's recipes using bananas, this Saturday in Weekend Magazine - like Bonana Bread and Butter Pudding, Banana Muffins, Banana Cheese Cake and other delights. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE St. Louis 0 at Detroit 5 Detroit - Dionne 2, Karian-der, Cbarron, Berenson. Saturday Vancouver 3 at Montreal 7 Montreal-Lafleur 2, Lefley, Shult, Savard, Coumoyer, Lapcrriere; Vancouver-La-1 o n d e , Guevrcmont, Schmautz. St. Louis 2 at Toronto 4 TorMito-Kehoe ' 2, Ellis, Monahan; St. Louis - linger, Egers. Chicago 0 at Pittsburgh 2 Pittsburgh - Polls, Prono-vost. Detroit 2 at Islanders 4 Islanders-Spencer 2, Hudson, Harris; Detroit-Charron, Dionne. Buffalo 2 at Minnesota 4 Minnesota-Harvey 2, Hol-brook, Goldsworthy; Buffalo-Mickey, Luce. , Boston 7 at Los Angeles S Boston-Bucyk 3, Bailey, Es-posito. Sheppard, Marcotte; Los Angeles-Corrigan 2, St. Marseille, Venasky, Berry. Lee Trevino backs in to win Gleason event Breaks drought lee Trevino smiles broadly as he holds up the Inver-rary golf tournament trophy. Forrest Fezler, the leader for three days, missed a putt on the 18th hole allowing Trevino to win. Trevino collected $52,000. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Lee Trevino had a word of warning for Forrest Fezler, the heart-broken young man whose collapse let Trevino take the title and the $52,000 first prize in the Jackie Gleason golf tournament Sunday. "He'll be nervous again," a sober and subdued Trevino said. "I know. I've been there a lot more times than he lias. "There was a tremendous amount of pressure on him but there was a lot of pressure on me, too." Trevino, the current British Open champion but a non-winner since last September, benefitted from Fezler's shakey putting on the last two holes Sunday and won the tournament while in the clubhouse. LONG CHASE FOR LEE Trevino, who had broken 70 only once in the first seven weeks of the season, chased the front-running Fezler for 70 holes before finally acquiring his 14th American tour triumph with a par ri2 final round on the 7,128-yard Inverrary Golf Club course. He had a 279 total, nine under par and one in front of Fezler, a 23-year-old tour sophomore who was seeking his first vie-tory. Fezler, the leader through the first three rounds, blew to a fat 76 in the last round. Bob Murphy was third with a 71-281-but only Trevino really challenged Fezler. Austalian Bruce Devlin and Sam Snead, a CO-year-oId marvel from an other golfing era, followed at 282. Devlin had a 72 and Snead 71. Jack Nicklaus, the man most people expected to win this event that offered $260,000 in total prize money, finished with a 71-283. Arnold Palmer, a winner in his last previous start, finished with a 73 and was far back in the field at 292. Fezler started the last round with a three-stroke lead over Trevino and after the front nine still led by two. The margin held until they reached 526-yard, par five 15th. Trevino made it a birdie, but Fezler, playing well behind Trevino, hit a three-wood second shot to the left, dumped his chip in the trap, came out short and missed the long putt. It was a bogey that tied it. On the 17th, Fezler left a 30-foot putt about four feet short and missed that one for another bogey. "I wasn't thinking of the money," said Fezler, whose $29,640 cheque for second place was more than he won all his rookie season last year. "I was thinking about winning Uie tournament, and getting in the Masters and being exempt for two years." Sunderland Club brightens day LONDON (Reuter) - Sunderland provided a rare crumb of comfort for the Second Division as the elite of the English League closed ranks in Saturday's Football Association Cup fifth-wund matches. S�� ;rland held First Division Manchester City to a 2-2 draw and only an own goal by goalkeeper Jim Montgomery prevented them earning a place in the quarter-final draw. 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CS-22.Q30-I BATTERY CABLES Economy General Duty 6 gauge 8 foot aluminum booster cables with 200 amp. copper plated grips. 2-0 in the only clash between First Division clubs. England striker Allan Clarke scored twice in two minutes for Leeds to bring Ills goal total to six in Cup ^ames this season. Three r/jyers were sent off in Saturday's Cup matches. Manchester City's Tony Towers, who scored the opening goal, had his name taken and finally received his marching orders after exchanging blows with Sunderland's Mick Horsw-ill in the 82nd minute. The other players sent off were centre-half John Hol-sgrove of Sheffield Wednesday and striker Bill Garner of Chelsea two minutes from the end of Chelsea's 2-1 triumph Kevin Hector scored three goals for Derby County as Queen's Park Rangers lost 4-2. Arsenal, seeking to reach the Cup final for the third successive season, won 2-1 away at Carlisle. Arsenal captain Frank McLintock, recalled to replace ailing Jeff Blockley, headed the winner 20 minutes from the end. Coventry City blanked Hull %� 0, with Colin Stein ecoring twice. Wolverhampton Wanderers readied tlie quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Millwall, John Richards getting his 20th goal of the season. Liverpool returned to the top of the First Division league standings with a 2-1 win at home to Ipswich, Liverpool, ahead of Arsenal on goal average, led through Steve Heighway before David Johnson put Ipswich level. But Kevin Keegan clinched liver-pool's first league win since Jan. 6. Goldeu Bears bow out fast in hoop final THUNDER BAY (CP) Lakehead University Nor'West-ers beat University of Alberta Golden Bears 69-61 Saturday to take the best-of-three western Canada collegiate basketball finals in two games. Nor'Westers, winners in the Great Plains Athletic Conference, had a 76-54 victory in Friday's series opener but had a tougher time in the second game against an improved opposition. Golden Bears played strongly in the tost half and Nor'Westers hit at the buzzer for a 24-22 lead. The Lakehead club outscored Alberta 18-4 early in the second half to build a 42-26 lead. Alberta, winner of the Canada West University Athletic Association, came on in the latter part of the second half but didn't really threaten Nor-West-ers. The Lakehead club will represent the west next weekend in the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union finals at Waterloo, Ont. The Waterloo competition Friday and Saturday, involves four teams. There are entries from the west, Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. Jim Copeland led Lakehead with 20 points while Dan Rajnovich had 17 and Evan Simpson had 15 For Alberta, WaUy Tolle-strup had 16 points and Tom Solyon had 14. Janice Gee poured in 19 points to lead league champion University of British Columbia Thunderettes to a 47-30 victory over University of Alberta Pandas in a Canada West women's intercollegiate basketball game Saturday night. UBC, which has a 15-1 record with two games remaining, has already landed a berth in the Canadian women's championship in Montreal March 1-3. Wendy Martin had 11 points for Alberta.