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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Schoolboy, women's crowns stay on prairies Saskatchewan rinks win two titles, almost three Saturday, February 37, 1971 - THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD - 11 ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) -The Canadian women's curling championship went to Saskatchewan for the third successive year Friday when Vera Pezer's rink defeated Alberta 9-2 in a playoff. Meanwhile In Kamloops sharpehootlng Greg Montgomery and his Moose Jaw rink burned Northern Ontario for the second time in five days Friday, winning the 1971 Canadian schoolboy curling title with a no-contest 11-5 playoff victory before 700 spectators. Saskatchewan's gals were tied for third with Prince Edward Island and British Columbia after the eighth round Thursday with 5-3 records. Alberta led 6-2. Then Nicole Janelle's Quebec rink defeated Kay Baldwin's 1 ilftillltl d mum w ' V o K, * m llllillll LAMB HIT IN HEAD BY BALL - Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher John lamb receives first aid from trainer Tony Bartirome at spring training camp in Bradenton Friday. Lamb was pitching batting practice when a ball hit back to the mound caught him in the head. He was rushed to hospital for further examination, lamb pitched for Waterbury and Columbus last season and makes his home in Sharon, Conn. Magrath finishes second , Two hoop leagues end Edmonton team in the ninth and last scheduled round to create a three-way tie. "I think Thursday night encouraged us the most," Miss Pezer said. "We knew we still had a mathematical possibility but that Quebec win gave us our real second chance." Saskatchewan defeated Ina Hansen's British Columbia rink 10-7 with an extra end in the first playoff game Friday. "We put the pressure on them right away" Miss Pezer said of the final round with Alberta. "It Senior crown stays in east In Magrath, the Zeniths captured sole position of second place in the Southern Alberta "A" Boys Basketball League by dumping the LCI Rams 65-49 last night. Raymond Comets finished first. The league schedule Is over for both clubs now and the victory meant that the Zeniths ended the season with a 7-3 record compared to the Rams' 64 which was good enough for a third place finish. The Catholic Central Cougars picked up fourth place with a 5-5 record and are entitled to compete in the league tournament which will be held March 5-6. Later in that month the top two teams emerging from the tourney will participate in the provincial finals. Cardston finished the season with a 2-8 season record and ended fifth in the six-team league. Medicine Hat, the rookie club in the league had a tough year and finished with a 0-10 season to sit in the cellar. In Magrath last night, Don Hamilton came up with a big game as he hooped 27 points in leading the Zeniths to victory. Jim Newton added 15 points and Steve Leishman chipped in with 12 for the winners. For the Rams, Bryce Thomson topped the scorers with 16 points while Robert Mossey aided with 11. In the "B" Boys contest, the Magrath Eagles went undefeated this season as they picked up their tenth straight victory last night by dropping the LCI Colts 65-55. Bob Rice swished 26 points for the Eagles while Dwayne Kirchner netted 24 for the Colts. The Vauxhall Vikings finished their 1970 Southwest "B" Boys Basketball League Conference on a winning note as THE KINSMEN CLUB off LETHBRIDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION PROUDLY PRESENTS SKATE-A-TH0N 1971 ADAMS ICE CENTRE March 13-7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS _PRIZES_ Prizes will be awarded to the learnt and Individuals skating Ihe moil lapt and ratling the moit money.  Trip* for four hotkey playert and their parents to a Stanley Cup semi-final game.  Hockey jacked for two teams.  Hockey stick for every skater. Proceeds to assist Minor Hockey In lothbridge and for the furtherance of Kinsmen Service Projects. FREE PUBLIC SKATING AFTER THE SKATE-A-THON UNTIL 10:00 P.M. COMPLIMENTS OF THI KINSMIN CLUBI they edged the Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels 5448 last night. With the victory the Vikings ended the season with a 8-6 record and sole position of third place while the Gaels who were in remodelling year, sit in the cellar until next year with a 3-11 season. In Vauxhall last night Gary Gillespie dunked 23 points in leading the Vikings to their victory while AI McNiven chipped in with 11. For the Gaels W. Schmlegelt and L. Witbech hooped 14 and 10 points respectively in a losing cause. HALIFAX .(CP) - Charlotte-1 town skip Dr. Wendell Mac-Donald bra his Prince Edward Island rink to the Canadian seniors curling championship Friday night, reaching a goal he has sought for seven years. A perfect draw shot through a Duguid defends title By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Don Duguid rink from Winnipeg faces a lot of experienced competition when it defends its Canadian men's curling title next week at Quebec City. But then Duguid, 35, also defending world champion, is not exactly a newcomer to the national finals. Duguid bad played with Manitoba titlists in 1957 and 1965 before he took his own rink into last year's championship in Winnipeg. His rink is unchanged with Bryan Wood, 26,. returning at lead, Jim Pettapiece, 27, second and Rod Hunter, 27 third. Among the other provincial finalists they face, the Saskatchewan rink ranks as the most experienced. Skip Bob Pickering, 38, from Avonlea has been to the national final six times and his vice-skip, Garnet Campbell, 44, is returning for a record 10th appearance. Pickering, Campbell and second Jack Keys, 43, have been together 11 years and lead Gary Ford, 31, joined the team five years ago. Despite all that experience, Duguid won his 1970 title with a last-rock takeout against the Saskatchewan foursome. Returning after a 12-year absence as the Alberta contender is 44-year-old Matt Baldwin of Edmonton who has been in the final four times and won three, Baldwin's new rink consists of lead Reg Van Wassenhove, 39, second Rick Cust, 30, and third Tom Kroeger, 27. Duke Smale of Prince George, B.C., returns with the same rink he skipped in 1969. Smale, 30, was runner-up to Alberta's Ron Northcott who took the 1969 title by going through the 11-rink round-robin tournament undefeated. Declares war on hockey writers NEW YORK (CP) - Shirley Fischler, slender, blonde and 31, has declared war on the Proessional Hockey Writers' Association. It's Here Now . . , THE NEW 1971 YAMAHA 200 CS3-B The big 200 from Yamaha ii a result of the finest engineering skills, attractive styling and the latest in comfort and convenience. A 2 stroke, 5 port parallel twin developing 22 h.p. delivered through a super smooth 5 speed transmission. See the complete 1971 Yamaha Line available nawl YAMAHA CYCLE SALES A SERVICE located under the water tower PHONE 328-6977 She says the nationally* chartered organization won't admit her to associated mem-bership because she's a woman. "I am sure that I am fully qualified in every other way," she said Friday. So she has hailed the president of the hockey writers' New York chapter before this city's Human Rights Commission, a body that deals with discrimination of all kinds. On Monday, Hal Bock of The Associated Press, this year's local chapter president) will answer a subpoena to appear beore the commission at a preliminary hearing to determine whether further legal action should be taken to get Mrs. Fischler into the writers' association. The national organization's constitution says the Professional Hockey Writers' Association is for men. Mrs. Fischler, whose husband Stan has been covering sports and other news in New York for 15 years, made application last October for associate membership. "Membership would give me admission to the press box and dressing rooms," said Shirley, who became a hockey writer after her marriage three years ago. However, she quickly disavowed any intention of invading dressing rooms, where hockey players usually receive the press in varying stages of undress, port of less than two feet provided the winning margin. Lying one and with the last rock coming home, the 62-year-old Char-lottetown radiologist drew right to the button for two and a 10-9 victory over Burley Townsend's Saskachewan rmk in a sudden-death final. Maurice MacDonald's New Brunswick rink and John Pike's Newfoundland quartet both had two wins and eight losses. MacDonald said following the 11-team bonspiel: "I only come here for the people I meet. You can't eat trophies." His rink of lead Dan O'Rourke, second Doug George and third John Squarebriggs finished the week with nine wins and two losses. SASK. 8 AND 3 Saskatchewan had eight wins and three losses, including the playoff. Quebec, skipped by Harry Coles, and British Columbia, skipped by Gord Moore, finished with 7-3 records. Stu Pearce's Alberta rink, idle in the 11th round, finished with six wins and four losses, while Northern Ontario, skipped by Rudy Stesld, had five wins and a like number of losses. Ontario, skipped by Gord Wallace, was 4-6 while Hugh Little's Nova Scotia rink and Mac Mc-Crimmon's Manitoba quartet were 3-7. Kinsmen sponsor skate-a-thon The Kinsmen Club of Leth-bridge is sponsoring a skate-a-thon with the co-operation of the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association. Based on the same format as the mile-for-millions walk and the recent swim-a-thon staged by the Lethbridge swimming clubs, the event will take place at Adams Ice Centre March 13 from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The rink will be open to spectators, Competitors in the one-day event will each receive a hockey stick for taking part while one PeeWee and one bantam team will receive a new set of sweaters at the conclusion of the event. Also, two PeeWee's and a like number of bantams, accompanied by one parent each will win a trip to a Stanley Cup semi-final game. Proceeds from the skate-a-thon will be used to further Kinsmen Club projects in Lethbridge. The skate-a-thon has been organized to assist minor hockey and the Kinsmen Club. The competitors will skate laps of the rink. Four laps will equal one pledge unit. Robinson inks pact MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Frank Robinson flew into Baltimore's spring training camp from his Los Angeles home Friday and signed his 1971 contract with the American League baseball club for an estimated $130,000. First baseman B o o g Powell now remains the defending World Series champions' lone holdout. Robinson was paid a reported $125,000 last season when lie batted .306, hit 25 homers and drove in 78 runs. was our best-played round of the series." j Saskatchewan scored two in the fourth, one in the sixth, one in the seventh and two in each of the final ends. Mrs. Baldwin's team scored in the third and fifth ends. "We weren't as disappointed as we were Thursday by the loss to Quebec," the Alberta skip said. Ontario skipped by Helen Sill-man, Mabel Mitchell's Manitoba rink, Prince Edward Island skipped by Marie Toole and Quebec finished with 5-4 records. Sue Ann Bartlett'a Newfoundland rink was 4-5. New Brunswick, skipped by Shirley Pilson, was 3-6 and Clare Purdy's Nova Scotia entry failed to gain a single victory. BEATEN TWICE It was Northern Ontario's inability to cope with the powerful Saskatchewan foursome that cost the easterners the championship. Skip Doug Smith and his Thunder Bay rink lost its only game in the 11-rink, round-robin tournament to Montgomery in the fourth round. Saskatchewan looked like a shoo-in in the five-day event until it ran into pesky Manitoba in the 10th round Friday. Montgomery lost a tight 7-6 decision and his unbeaten record, forcing the playoff. Montgomery, with his brother Jeff at second, third Don Des-pins, and lead Rocky Verboom, trailed 4-3 in the sudden-death final going into the sixth end, but Smith came up light on an attempted freeze and Saskatchewan blew the game wide open. Saskatchewan was lying three as Smith went to the back for his first shot. He drew into the eight-foot to lie one, which Greg Montgomery then took out to lie four. COUNTS FIVE After Smith missed his last shot, Montgomery drew to the four-foot to count five. In the seventh, Smith missed a takeout with his last rock and Saskatchewan stole one. The Thunder Bay boys bounced back with one in the eighth, Saskatchewan took one in the ninth, and after the leads threw in the 10th, Northern Ontario conceded. Montgomery's rink scored over 80 per cent, with Greg himself putting forth an almost flawless performance, placing stones at will. The Saskatchewan rink, along with New Brunswick, was the youngest at the competition. Jeff, who just turned 15, is the youngest. Rocky is 15, Don Des-pins is 16 and skip Greg just turned 17. Manitoba finished with a record of 8-2, British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec, 6-4, Ontario 4-6, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland 2-8 and Prince Edward Island 1-9. P.E.I, won its first game of the bonspiel in the final round Friday 7-6 over Nova Scotia in an extra end. Bisons take one game lead WINNIPEG (CP) - University of Manitoba Bisons defeated University of British Columbia Thunderbirds 75-66 Friday night in the first game of a best-of-three Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletic Association Basketball final. Thunderbirds, defending Canadian Intercollegiate champions, jumped to an 11-4 lead after four minutes, but Bisons, paced by the shooting of forward Bob Town, took a 30-28 edge by the 14-minute mark and never looked back. Town scored a total of 28 points for the winners, who led 38-32 at the half, while Jon Gurban and Angus Burr added 15 each. Forward Jack Hoy collected 23 points for Thunderbirds, while Derek Sankey added 18. The two teams meet here in the second game tonight while a third game, if necessary, is scheduled for Monday. THE BASES ARE LOADED - WITH SNOW - Jarry Park, home of the Montreal Expos, is loaded with snow Friday, a wintry contrast to the team's spring training grounds at West Palm Beach, Fla. Groundt keeper Lubie Veal It almost up to his nock In the white stuff as ho wields his shovel. Nicklaus feels peak is ahead PALM BEACH GARDENS,  Fla. (AP) - On the doorstep of golf's first double grand slam, Jack Nicklaus scoffs at claims he's over the hill at 31. "My peak's ahead," said Nicklaus. "I'm as hungry for my next major championship as I was for my first" Nickiaus fired Ms second straight three-under-par 69 Friday and led the 53rd Professional Golfers' Association Championship by two strokes with 36 holes to go. Nicklaus has already won three Masters tides, two U.S. and two British Open titles and the 1963 PGA championship. Another triumph in the PGA would top off the game's first double slam-not bad for a fellow Sam Snead said would "burn himself out at an early age." Two shots behind Nicklaus at the PGA's 36-hole mark was Texan Miller Barber, who shot 68 Friday for a 140 total on the 7,096-yard PGA National Club course. Gibby Gilbert, from nearby Hollywood, Fla., shot the tournament's lowest round with 67 to move three under par at 143. SHOOTS 68 Bob Murphy birdied the first five holes Friday before settling down en route to a 68 that left the former U.S. amateur king at 142, four behind the Nicklaus pace. Tied with Murphy at 142 were Larry Ziegler, Tom Wekskopf, Bob Lunn, Australian Bruce Devlin, unknown club pro Gene Borek of East Norwich, N.Y., and Lionel Hebert. Hebert's mother died Friday in Lafayette, La., and the 43-year-old pro withdrew. Oddly, the withdrawal changed the 36-hole cutoff figure to five-over-par 149. Had Hebert been able to stay, the slice would have been at 148. Arnold Palme*- staged a mild comeback with a 71, but it left him in a tie for 42nd at 146. Coaches sign with Eskimos EDMONTON (CP) - New contracts have been signed with Joe Zaleski and AI Bene-cick, assistant coaches of the Edmonton Eskimo* of the Western Football Conference, it was announced today. A.A.H.A. 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