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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 27, 1971 Mikita sparks Hawks with fine playmaking THE AGONY OF LOSING 23 GAMES - Coach Herb Livsey of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif., runs a basketball team with a record of three wins and 23 losses. But the poor record reflects no lack of interest or effort on his part. Livsey takes tranquilizers; has an ulcer and says his stomach is killing him. From this picture one would think he is worth the price of admission himself even if his team isn't. Magnussen still hopeful of medal It's not over until ifs all finished' LYON, France (CP) - Karen Magnussen, vowing that "it's not over until it's all finished," holds Canada's last chance for a medal in the world figure skat-i n g championships as the women's singles wind up tonight. Miss Magnussen, 18-year-old blonde from Vancouver, holds down fourth place going into tonight's free-skating competition -her specialty-and hopes to move up to at least third place for a bronze medal. Trixi Schuba of Austria has a solid first-place lead, built up in the school or compulsory figures, with Julie Lynn Holmes of the United States second and Rita Trapanese of Italy third. Miss Schuba has 1,263 points, Miss Holmes 1,173.3 and Miss Trapanese 1,123.6. Miss Magnussen has 1,124.2 judging points, slightly' ahead of the Italian girl but trails Miss Tran-panese by 1.5 ordinals or placement points which count more in tight situations. With fewei' ordinals counting for a better placing, Miss Schuba had nine; Miss Holmes 19.5, Miss Trapanese 30.5 and free skating tonight and perhaps bljana, Yugoslavia, due to her Miss Magnussen 32. pass the Italian girl. free-skating performance on the Miss Magnussen, who has Miss Magnussen vaulted from last day, and missed a bronze vowed to "keep fighting," is ex- seventh to fourth in the 1970 medal by only a few points, pected to pick up points in the world championships at Lju- Karen does triple jumps and Roundup of bowling CAPRI BOWL JUNIOR'S Francos Harris 248 (629); Lll Holt 539; Mary Lazarlck 221 (654); Pal Plomp 261 (743); Esther Ogden 260 (613); Karen Holm 249; Aria Teterls 245; Kay Kelly 242; Agnes Sunl 227; Ev Krauss 226. HOOF AND HORN Ken David 241; Barb Jarvis 235; Garth Passey 236; Slgrld Donkln 260; Kaz Kamlnski 256 (713)- Carolyn Passey 212; Ed Prince 246 (615}; Mary Thomson 263 (742); Herman Huesken 281 (767); Liz Kamlnski 208. SIMPSONS-SEARS Roger Schnoor 236 (652); Ed Ros-settl 270 (670); Al PIrot 216 ( 606); Bill McKay 255 (635); Vcrn McGhle 265 (673); Betty Dawson 213 (612); Chris Wilson 200. GORDIES MEN John Erlckson 293 (742 V Cecil Murakami 276; Henry Williams 275 (776); Bill Gorzltza 275 ( 685); Darwin Ro-manchuk 279 (761); Ken Larson 311; Randy Wolstoncroft 313 (824); Bill Hamilton 279; Norm Tolley 316 (793); Al Smith 299 (720); Norm Haugen 285 (699). Simpsons-Sears Auto Centre Tune-Up Special Has the winter been hard on your car? ... Now is the time for an expert tune-up! Hee's what we do  Install new spark plugs 6 Cylinder .98  Install new points and condenser and rotor  Reset ignition timing  Check and adjust carburetor 8 Cylinder 19" 14 Call 328-9231 Save with Allstate Gasoline Regular Premium 44.9c 4990 FREEL'S AND SPEEDYS Darlene Csakl 359 (914); Joan Smlt,;-' son 242- Betty Taylor 242; Anne Todd 235 (6711; Helen Cavers 236; Irene Chlste 238 (699); Marg Smith 311 (820); Isabel Orsten 234 (625); Isabelle Saw-clink 290 (686); Betty Beaudry 225. SR. CITIZENS Francis Bambrlck 229; Ruby Oseen 211; Rose Nunweller 223; Agnes Van Wyk 188; Velma Miller 176- Henry Bechthold 296 (764); Carl McC'ann 247; Frank Bernhart 276; Len Mllner 243; Evan Evans 259; Henry Brown 233. PREBUILT Isabel Orsten 288 (723); Brenda Stevenson 208; Tosh Miyakama 209; Frank Donato 243- Tim Burk 246; Brad Elder 264; Larry DuMontier 241; Bruce Canfleld 297 (755); Joe Hart 222; Uave Arakl 216. ST. MIKES Ed Gilchrist 217; Helen Labas 214; John Szelegowskl 220; Betty Tomlya-ma 201; Harry Nagata 226; Marlon Krol 218; Percy Smith 254- Marg Roth 276 (652); Bonnie Sturm 203; Fran Beresnak 245. HEPP'S Randy Wolstoncroft 314 (8271; Sherry Clark 348 (758); Ke,i Malcom-son 306; Eugene Chollak 281; Rick Barva 259, Helen Mlkula 296; Elaine Sander 280; May Hiebert 279 (742); Mary Wlshnevskl 240. MORNING COFFEE Betty Purdy 215; Dorothy Coolldge 222; Dorothy Hunter 255 (645); Jo Kro-kosh 225; Rose Cropley 258 (635); June Taylor 263 (654)- Betty Hobbs 237 (611); May Hlebert'266 ( 708). MARTINIZINO Mass Goshlnmon 294 (621); Maxlne Buck 273 ( 684); Frances Harris 268 (630); Issle Orsten 270 (742); Bernice Hay 263 (645); Lynne Lengyel 257 (675); Karen Carney 258 (638); Isabelle Bergman 250 (682); Eileen Carter 249; Mary Thomson 249. GREEN'S SHOES Ken Kurtz 312 (812)- Doug Peder-sen 330; Lynn Selman 320; Bill Hamilton 305 (791 ); Lew Mills 291 (739); Dena Smith 287 (662); Suzan McDonald 255 (636); Linda Malcomson 255 (651); Eleanor Dorlgatti 302 ( 762); Betty Taylor 266 (688):. Debbie Mas-son 285 (666). EAGLES LODGE John Schatfer 230; Olga Larocque 213; Willie Plomp 207; Bill Plomp 270 (697); Gary Ward 236 (620); Mary Ward 211; Mary Mezei 221; Roland Anderson 230 ( 609); Stove Mezel 254; VI Price 215. GLENDALE BOWL CHINOOK STATIONERS Sandy Scattergood 301 (684); Mert Dually 315 (683)- Vera Nlcholls 286; Bernice Hay 301 (663); Peg Forry 262; Jean Mills 224; Cynthia Mllllgan 247; Ethel Harvle 219; Jean Armstrong 224. SENIOR CITIZENS H. C. Brown 220 (597); F. Wardman 207; Bunny Malone 213; Chris Zur-schnlede 181; Henry Myers 170. HOUSEWIVES "A" Flo Nyqulst, Judy Harnack, Sandy Scatteruood, Joan Spencer, Alice Koll-bas (4627). Blanche Keith, Mary Marcom, Bea Salmon, Betty Paterson, Helen Dickson (4542). Chris Guenther, Rita Salmon, Donna Weibc, Linda Fellger, Pat Norlln, (4477). Gladys Going, Dot Anderson, Bunny Anderson, VI Price, Ruby Oseen, (4324). HOUSEWIVES "B" Terry Prince, Evelyn Sallcnbach, Edna Martin, Jean Matterotan, Rita Peace, (3772). Jenny Smlts, Corrle Meere, Georgle Coutts, Cynthia Mllllgan, Cora Duvers-dall (3617). June Obcr, Gall Plourd, Ruth Cun-hlngham, Marg Richards, Marilyn Kennlck, (3584). Jackie Dokok, Margy Reld, Carrie Davis, Marilyn Christlason, Carolyn Wildo (3572). DOUG'S Jean Passey 265 (755) > Sandy Scat-tegood 299 (782); Pat Norlln 243, (722); Dot Anderson 313 (686); Buela Fabre 227 (699); M. Oliver 239; July Harnack 280; Irene Lynde 240; Tina Wall 233; Betty Murtland 248. CIVIL SERVICE John Erlckson 317 (823); Art Johnson 358 (771); Bev Swanson 292 (720) Byron Hirsche 257 (727); Bob Reld 294 (747); Al Taylor 245 (717); Mike Prokop 300 ( 7441; Lew Mills 269 (718); Dick Tuk 295 (739); Karlyn Spltzer 266 (698); Barb Epp 259. IOF Marie Smith 298 (811); Edna Lowen 238 (667); Sandy Scattergood 212; Tony Bogusky 298 (710); Don Humphreys 280 (725); Casey Vanveen 292; Henry Williams 249; John Rempel 284 (7451; Jim Petrunla 240; John Scattergood 256; Lome Schnlerr 230. KIMURA'S Betty Mitchell 252 (622)- Rick Caldwell 222 ( 603); Bill Royle 220; Dale Harnack 248; Dave Waddell 285; Terry Smith 217 (628). CPR SOCIAL T. Oseckl 260 ( 432); George Match-ett 320 (473); Elaine Sinclair 238 ( 474); P. Canh 250 (443); Doug Young 258 (438); Elsie Brunner 255 (420); Ross Johnson 270 (454); Fll Oberg 264 (456); Bob Anderson 246 (436); Pyllls Church 253 (413). YBC BANTAM Cindy Pedrlnl 188 (353); Brian Jackson 238 (396); Gordon Bessellng 152 (300); Angela Scattergood 160 ( 275); Doug Vogt 191 (355); Ken Nagy 178 (315); David Wllks 190 ( 328); Carl Calhoun 184 ( 325); Barb Toth 157 (293); Kathy Symko 159 (274). YBC JUNIOR AND SENIOR Lance Passonago 270 (423); Brian Anderson 212 (419); Debbie Calhoun 258 (457;) John Hoyt 243 (402); Rogan Sinclair 200 (369); Sandra Sawchuk 184 ( 350); Rod Barnett 195 (384); Clayton Woo 191 (378); Selma Nlshl-mura 216 ( 386); Brenda Pederson 178 (353). SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Brown 262 (731 1; H. C. Brown 238; Ed Howard 229- Betty Murtland 203; VI Cuell 257; Bill Riley 195; Tom Archbold 213; Bunny Maloney 191. spins with ease in her free-skating performances and put on a spectacular series of jumps, pirouettes and intricate footwork to gain points at Ljubljana. Linda Brauchmann, Miss Magnussen's coach, says her protege is "doing well" while another Canadian entrant, Ruth Hutchinson of Vancouver, says "I am very hopeful for Karen." Miss Hutchinson, a freshman performer in this year's event, is in 17th position. Diane Hail of Toronto, another rookie, is in 19th spot among 22 contestants. WIN DANCE TITLE Meanwhile, Ludmila Pacha-mova and Alexander Groshkov of the Soviet Union Friday night won their second straight dance championship. Angelika and Erich Buck of West Germany were second and Judy Schwomeyer and Jim Sladky of the U.S. third. Louise Lind and Barry S'oper of Vancover were in 11th place. Miss Pachamova and Grosh kov got 515.8 judging points and 16 place points. The Bucks had 512.7 and 21 while the Americans received 514.5 and 20. The Vancouver pair had 457.1 and 103. The German pair finished in second place although they had fewer judging points and more place points than the Americans. However, the Russian judge had placed the Americans in fourth place while the West Germans had no placing lower than third. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Names such as Tony and Phil Eposlto, Bobby and Dennis Hull and Bobby Orr have been crowding that of Stan Mikita for attention in the National Hockey League but that hasn't deterred the hard-working Chicago Black Hawks centre. Instead of pressing for goals that might remind fans he swept the Aft Ross, Hart and Lady Byng trophies in 1967 and 1968, Mikita toils in the background-as he did Friday night in setting up all three Chicago goals in a 3-1 victory over California Golden Seals. The 30-year-old veteran of 12 seasons with the Hawks has scored only 17 goals so far this season, compared to the 40, 30 and 39 he collected in his three previous campaigns, but his three assists Friday gave him a total of 42, matching the pace of most of his seasons. His top output was 67 assists in the 1968-439 season when Phil Eposito of Boston Bruins surpassed him with a record 126 points and took the Art Ross Trophy as leading scorer and the Hart as most valuable player. Mikita's assists in the only game played Friday all came on power plays. Dennis Hull got two of the goals, his 32nd and 33rd of the season, and the other went to Ciff KorolL WILLIAMS SCORES Tommy Williams, traded earlier this week from Minnesota North Stars, scored the California goal. The 10,420 fans at Oakland saw several fights and Mikita collected three minors in the rough contest. Referee Wally Harris whistled a total of 124 minutes in penalties. Keith Magnuson, Chicago's hard-rock defenceman, took a major and misconduct after a t!iird-period scrap with California's Dennis Hextall who also sat out p *:-'-i--o ,.iajor. Tony Esposito, Chicago's all star goalie, had a relatively easy night, stopping only 20 shots, while the Hawks fired 33 at California's Gary Smith. IT'S LOSS NO. 42 The win moved the Hawks back to an 18-point lead over second-place St. Louis Blues in the West Division while the Seals absorbed their 42nd loss in 6� eames to stay deep in the cellar. The Hawks continue their West Coast tour with a game tonight against the Kings at Los Angeles. Elsewhere, St. Louis meets the Canad" -s at Montreal, Buffalo Sabres play the Maple Leafs at Toronto, New York Rangers take on the Penguins in Pittsburgh, Detroit Rer' I Wings are at Minnesota and| Vancouver Canucks visit Phila-d-lphia Flyer? Sunday, Toronto is at Boston, Van--uver at New York, Pittsburgh at Detroit, Minnesota at Bufilo and Los Angeles at Oakland. ANDY CAPP iME'VE TUSTMOVEb IN NEXT JOOR.THOUGHT ^EB MIGHT UKETOMEETJJS THAT WON'T BE NECESSARY, MATE - JUST MAKE SURE\ ?TTer.what .__ ___^ COINCIDE <_ WITH OURS' ? Sib Minor hockey In Bantam "A" action last night the Maple Leafs picked up an early 2-0 first period lead and added five more unanswered goals to clobber the Jets 9-2. Paul Oulette banged in three goals for the Leafs while Brant Marchuk and Kelly Vaykovich chipped in with two apiece. Ron A u s t r i n g and Craig Brown rounded out the scoring. For the Jets H. James and H. Leppard tallied once each in a losing cause. In another Bantam "A" encounter Conrad Suyker's third period goal was the deciding factor as he paced the Maroons to a 2-1 victory over the Black Hawks. The clubs were scoreless after the first period and 1-1 after the second. Lawrence Gardiner tallied the other Maroons marker while Ken Corrie replied for the Hawks. Three marksmen tallied twice each for the Blues as they dumped the Canucks 6-0 in Pee Wee action last night. Kevin Hunt, Geoffrey Cox and Mark Collins all rapped in two goals apiece to give the Blues a lop-sided win. The Cougars edged the Nuggets 2-1 with the aid of Ron Gretzinger's two goals in Bantam "B" play. Ken Ervin replied for the Nuggets who trailed 1-0 after the first period. CLEAN SWEEP SOUTH LAKE TAHOE. Cali. (AP) - Barbara Ann Cochran of Richmond, Vt., won Friday's giant slalom to sweep the women's events of the World Cup ski races while Italy's Gustavo Thoeni took the lead after the men's first giant slalom. MEMBERSHIP FEES Magrath Golf Club _ . Announces 1971 Golf Fees \ w/,\v\ PAMIUES ..............*" \\\� MAN AND WIFE........ $55 MEN (Individual) ....... $-15 ^y^MJlX WOMEN (Individual)..... $25 j^flBF/ HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS . $10 )�� 1 \s ^em'}Crs'''''s N�w Available - i, Romit Foes lo-- * P.O. BOX 343, MAGRATH ALBERTA Snowmobile races set Northwest Snowmobile Association - sanctioned snowmobile races will be held southeast of Coaldale Sunday with an estimated 200 machines participating. There will be 51 trophies for all classes including powder-puff and juniors'. The races, sponsored by the Coaldale Fish and Game Association, drew more than 2,000 persons last year. Registration will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. with races starting at 1 p.m. and going throughout the afternoon. Races will be held five miles east and two miles south of Coaldale. Contestants are expected from throughout Alberta and from across the line. Summary CHICAGO J CALIFORNIA 1 First Period - 1. Chicago, D. Hull 32 (Mikita, Stapleton) 13:38; 2. Chicago, Koroll 14 (Mikita, Papoln) 1!:U Penaltlels - Jarrett 1:55, Foley 5:52, Muloln 7:37, Mikita 9:11, Marshall 12:40, Jarrett 15:46, Stackhouse 17:27, Roberts 17:42. Second Period - 3. California, Williams 12 (B. Hlcke, Stackhouse) 19:11. Penalties - Maloney ma|or, misconduct 7:16, Stackhouse ma|or 7:16, Nes-terenko misconduct 7:16, Campbell 9:53, Williams 11:11, White 11:11, B. Hull 17:21, Mikita 17:28, Magnuson minor, misconduct 17:28, Hextall 17:28, Marshall 19:25, Mikita 19:25, Hextall 19:59. Third Period - 4. Chicago, D. Hull 33 (Mikita, Koroll) 3:03. Penalties - Roberts 2:56, Roberts mis. conduct 3:03, Pappln 3:53, Koroll 8:36, B. Hlcke 10:54, Mikita 10:54, Foley 14:30, Marshall 14:30, Foley ---- Magnuson ma|or, misconduct Hextall minor, ma|or 19:19. Shots on goal by Chicago............ 12 11 California.......... I  Attendance - 10,420. 19:19, 19:19, -31 5-21 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE �lit Division Boston ... New York Montreal . Toronto .. Detroit ... Buffalo ... Vancouver W 43 37 31 31 18 T F A Pll 10 7 297 159 93 14 10 194 140 84 17 12 221 165 74 25 5 210 171 67 8 1 64 222 44 43 42 Chicago St. Louis..... Phil*........ Minnesota .. . Pittsburgh .. . Los Angeles .. California .. . NHL LEADERS Esposito, Bot 16 35 11 161 237 18 35 6 163 221 West Division 40 1 5 6 224 148 (6 26 1 8 16 167 1 55 68 23 28 10 163 180 56 21 27 14 151 182 56 19 27 15 176 178 53 11 173 230 45 3 150 226 37 17 31 17 42 WESTERN LEAGUE ---��---------- W L T *� A Fit 36 13 6 227 160 78 26 23 10 203 193 62 8 197 202 58 24 12 198 197 54 27 6 171 198 50 4 181 227 M G A Pts Pirn 51 62 115 46 Orr, Bos ........... 29 72 101 Bucyk, Bos......... 41 49 90 Hodge, Bos......... 37 51 R. Hull, Chi......, " " Ullman, Tor ...... Keon, Tor ......... Cashman, Bot ... . Bellveau, Mil ...... Mikita, Chi....... ALBERTA JUNIOR W 77 4 88 89 39 42 81 26 29 44 73 22 2 78 24 33 32 65 19 45 64 20 41 61 17 42 59 71 L 28 10 25 13 Williams lauds biggest Cub pact SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -Outfielder Billy Williams, the National League's record-holding iron man, Thursday became the first player in Chicago Cubs history to sign a $100,000 contract. Previous high Cub salary was reported to be $90,000 given Ernie Banks after the veteran Cub won his second straight Most Valuable Player Award in 1959. Williams last season batted .322, scored an NL high of 137 runs, had 129 RBIs and 42 home runs. He rounded out his league record streak of 1,117 consecutive games on Sept 3 when he was rested for one game. T F A Pts 9 203 160 65 8 229 146 58 7 231 214 55 * 232 216 52 4 177 218 38 4 157 273 22 WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, MARCH 1 - 8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs. 5TU HART SWEETAN AND PELLER v� IUECK ANO DUPRE RENOWNED LES THORNTON vs BIG ED SULLIVAN DAN KROFFAT vs GIL HAYES and 1 Moro Big Bout Box office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTtING on CJLH-TV Red Deer Lethbrldge Calgary ...... 24 17 Edm. Leafs ... 24 21 Ponoka .......17 28 Edm. Movers .. 9 35 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F Quebec Montreal Providence ... . 19 24 Springfield ... .20 29 Western Division Baltimore .... 35 13 6 213 160 76 Cleveland ..... 28 20 6 207 153 6] Hershey ...... 20 25 9 176 171 A Pts 22 23 12 165 179 56 25 22 10 178 190 54 9 177 196 47 7 182 234 47 Rochester 49 19 26 9 169 184 47 Portland .. San Diego Phoenix ..... 25 24 Denver ...... 21 Seattle ...... 21 Salt Lake City 17 35 HOCKEY SCORES National Chicago 3 California 1 American Montreal 3 Cleveland 0 Quebec 6 Providence 4 Baltimore 0 Rochester 0 Western Seattle 4 Salt Lake 2 Eastern Clinton 4 Syracuse 2 Johnstown 4 Long Island 2 Greensboro 6 New Jersey 4 Charlotte 4 Salem 0 Central Tulsa 5 Amarlllo 5 Oklahoma 6 Dallas 3 Kansas City a Omaha 2 International Dee Moines 2 Toledo 0 Flint 8 Port Huron 1 Muskegon 9 Fort Wayne 1 Western International Kimberley 10 Nelson 4 Spokane 4 Edmonton AHL 2 Western Canada Flln Flon 5 Estevan 4 Reglna 5 Calgary 4 Saskatoon 9 Swift Current 1 Winnipeg 9 Brandon 2 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 3 Melville 0 Weyburn leads best-of-seven semifinal 1-0 British Columbia Junior New Westminster 5 Pentlcton 4 Vancouver 8 Kelowna 3 Western Intercollegiate British Columbia 9 Calgary 1 B.C. leads best-of-three seml-flnat 1-0. 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