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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - Tuesday, February 27, 1973 Cole rallied for tie, then lost in extra end CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -A little village on the Trans-Canada Highway about 20 miles west of here triggered a lot of hometown pride Monday, but it took some super shooting by Saskatchewan to grab a 6-5 victory over Alberta in second-round action at the Canadian women's cm-ling championships Monday night. Elayne Thomson's rink from Crapaud rang up its second easy won of the day, upsetting favored Quebec 10-3, handing Lcc Tobin of Montreal her second successive loss. The five-year-old club looked more convincing against Quebec than they did earlier in the day, turning back Sheila McLeod's New Brunswick rink from Fredericton, 14-7. But the highlight of the day's action was the match-up between- Vera Pezer's Saskatoon rink, shooting for its third straight national title, and Betty Cole's foursome from Edmonton who came from four stones down to tie Uic game at 5-5 after 10 ends, forcing an extra end. But the smooth-working Saskatchewan girls kept the front cf the house clean in the 11th and enabled Miss Pezer a clear shot at the one Alberta stone counting in the house. Her shot was on target and didn't move an inch after taking out the counter. The Pezer rink, most of whom have been together since 1960 with an assortment of skips until Miss Pezer took over in 1970, goes after No. 3 this year in the third round against win-less Quebec. Lee Tobin of Montreal, with her third different front end in as many trips to the national final, upset the Saskatoon entry in the first game of the 1972 championship. But the defending champs, playing in front of a home crowd, went on to win eight straight games and their second consecutive dominion title. In other third-round matches, scheduled for 12 noon MST, Prince Edward Island puts its unbeaten mark of the line against Nova Scotia while British Columbia's Nanaimo entry, skipped by Karin Kaese, goes against Joan Ingram's Manitoba rink from Winnipeg in another matchup of the unbeaten. Alberta. 1-1, takes on New Brunswick, 0-2, and Ontario, 1-1, meets Newfoundland) 0-2, in other third-round games. In the fourth round, set for 8 p.m., Manitoba takes on Que- bec, Newfoundland faces Saskatchewan, New Brunswick meets Nova Scotia, P.E.I, goes against British Columbia and Alberta meets Ontario. B.C. needed two in the final end to ensure an 11-8 win over New Brunswick's Sheila McLeod, and Manitoba got surprising pressure from Ann Bow-ering's St. John's, Nfld., four before counting an 8-6 win in second-round play. Cold face Chris Barry got his share of cold while competing in Ihe seventh annual Canadian Marathon ski tour. The 100-mile race between Lachute and Hull, Quebec, look place in 10-20 degree weather. Minor hockey In Bantam "B"' play, Bill Caswell pumped in two goals and carried the Mustangs to a 5-2 decision over the Bruins. Calvin Logan, Dave Stinson and Danny Stuison chipped in with singles while Ross Mitchell and Russ Hooper replied for the Bruins. Wes Find lay scored two goals and propelled the Nuggets to n slim 4-2 victory over the Ramblers. Randy CI wles worth a n d Mike Pietramala chipped in with solo efforts while Randy Service scored twice and Stanley Sawicki once for the Ramblers. Bowling CAPRI BOWL DOUGS Ruby Csecn 291 (681); Ann Duval 263; Irene Lynde 304 (655); Elaine Tompkins 558 (692); Chris Guenther 549; Pat Norlin 248 (657); Marg Dyck 248; Dorothy Anderson 255 (695); Jean Passey 258 ( 683); Marilyn Hembroff 247; Helen Rossett! 277. FRIDAY SCHOOLS YBC BANTAMS Michael Gerla 367 (728); Stephen Kenwood 206; Malinda Hamilton 178; Karen Hartley 224; Merylen Bunnage 173; Mark Gretzinger 167; Greg Smith 174; Judy Maclean 142. JUNIORS Bruce Wllkins 290; Michele Maclean 7U; Bev Passey 193; Mike Sharun 238; Tom Miklos 194; Kim Tinordi 209; Mike McLane 213; Kim Prindle 560; Pattl Holmes 225;- Don Coutts 201. AGT SOCIAL Shirlyn Yip 227; Carole Homutos 297 (762); Mavis Tuttle 288 W74>; Shirley Areshenko 251 f654); Chris Ell 247; Dennis Kisio 244; Doug Aspeslet 238; Jerry Areshenko 245; Tom Yip 247; Phillip Paskal 258. CIVIL SERVICE Dick Tuk 281 (7-(71; Tom Fleming 584; Bob Black 280; Bill Craik 302 (723); Lew Mills 344 (913); June Taylor 307 ( 774); Shirley Alexander 266 (653); Mary Schneidt 236; Arley Wilton 217; Lena Moore 208. YBC BANTAM BOYS "A" DIVISION Marty Shigehiro ?J\ (438); Troy Ho-vey 240 ( 444); Kevin Grahl 225; Mike Tolley 189; Greg Forrest 185; Parry McDonald 213; Randy Paskuski 280; Terry Hamilton 185; Geof Krokosh 191; Todd Fisher 180. "B" DIVISION Stephen Craiggs 142; Dana Garrick 140; Bruce Egeland 140; Raymond Brown 149; Craig Ellis 180; David Ross 141; Tommy Doyle 151; Roberl McCracken 134; Derek Taylor 133; Russel Holt 133. BANTAM GIRLS Tracy Tammayose 184; Laura Snowe 207; Joy Nakamura 161; Karen Ludwig 168; Lorl Chaki 164; Pam Vi-rostek 150; Laura Harvey 153; Kathy Joevenazzo 221; Sandra Hamilton 234; Cathy Hamilton 174;, Sandra Ferguson 162; Valerie McDonald 160. JUNIORS-SENIORS Gary Lohuis 326 (519); Bob Hirsche 247; Kim Kovacs 287 (553); John Wild-man 251 (467); Baden Pilling 235 (403); Brian Rossetti 219; David Wilks 244; Lori Palmarchuk 244 ( 4C4); Linda Malcomson 256 ( 507); Leslie Kil-lins 252; Kalie Pedrini 233 (405); De-lorey Pocza 226; Nadine Kovacs 225 (450). CPR SOCIAL Bob Anderson 232; Charleen Oberg 360; Frank Waugh 253; Janice John-Ron 249 ( 692); John Morris 236; Tom Archbold 235; Shirley Alexander 286; George Matchett 269,v Cleas Schweitzer 329 (732); Elaine Sinclair 225. YOUNG ADULTS Darwin Romanchuk 353 (824); Ken Kurtz 314 (893); John Wildman 345 (838); Marvin Higa 285 (821); Rick Barva 306 (723); Leslie Killlns 286 (654); Carolyn Passey 236; Lori Palmarchuk 225; Darlene Terry 249 (680); Bob Tinordi 251 (7O0>. LETHBRIDGE BANKS D. Giebe:/ 265; Hank Teichroeb 223; Harry Boessenkool 225; Fred Thomson 216; Wally Kruchkywich 211; ' Gladys Lowe 229; Doreen Teichroeb 215; Emily Kubik 223; Jean Groves 205. MORNING COFFEE Joan Milton 258; Corinne Kleibrink 263; Lorraine Boydon 280; Adeline Klause 293; K.iy Davison 249; Dcdria Shaw 2S5; Sandra Cropley 231; Alice Guise 233; Gall Lewicki 232; Mary Ward 232. RAGLES LODGE Ron Bota 262; Frank Gorda 259 (661); Oscar Ludwig 275; Kathy Lud-wig 243; Joyce Marsden 255 (672); Mary Noss 262; Iris Strand 235; George Matchett 270 (650); Cyril Barn-ett 243; Shirley Anderson 203. VASA LODGE Joyce Berrv 211; Boa Hanson JC3; Buddy Grouctte 255; Arvid Oseen 218; R->D Hanson TJ1: Hynlmar Nelson 207, Don McLean 22S. Iii another Bantam "B" game. Carey Kamitomo scored a second period marker and lifted the Monarchs to a 1-0 win over the Eagles. The Ramblers received two goals from Barry Buryan and stopped the Kings 4-3. Teammates Stanley Sawicki and Randy Service chipped in with a goal each while Leonard Rook blasted home three goals in a losing cause. Kevin Miler's four-goal per-formance carried the Cougars to a 5-0 shutout over the Rangers. ! Curtis McKean added a sin-| gle to help Greg Smith regis-i ter his second shutout of the ; season. j In a pair of Bantam "A" i games, the Maroons grabbed sole possession of first place by edging the Voyageurs 3-2 and the Marlands blasted the Canadians 10-1. Andy Tse, Kevin O'Neil and Livo Pavan tallied for the Maroons while Ivano Fraylin and Mike DeHeer replied for the Voyageurs. Bob Odney led the Marlands' attack over the Canadians with three goals while Brent Mon-teith and Neal Povey scored a pair. Singles came off the sticks of Allan Gepneris, Mark Ully and John Fraser while Peter No-vack managed the lone goal in a losing cause. Monday night, the Nuggets posted a 6-1 victory over the Blades behind Ken Lang's two-goal performance in Bantam "B" action. Brian Van Egmond, Randy Charlesworth, Mike Pietramala and Jerry Setoguchi added singles while Jeff Johnson replied in a losing cause. In a Bantam "A" match, the Maroons edged the Black Hawks 3-2. Randy Ramage, Garry Mik-ula and Boyd Blair scored for the winners while Henry Bar-thel and Terry McNeely tallied for the losers. Kasting, Kemmett pace locals The L e I h b r i d g e Amateur Swim Club hosted the 1st annual senior swim meet over the weekend. Fifty open class swimmers took part in the one day event with the host club leading the way in victories. Lome Kemmett came away with three first place ribbons as he won the 100-metrc butterfly, the 200-metre butterfly and the 200-metre individual medley. Wendy Kasting added two firsts in the 100 and 200-metre backstroke. Susan Hunt earned the other first place finish for the locals as she won the 200-metre individual medley. She also places second in the backstroke and freestyle. Bill Syme was third in each of the 100- and 200-metre backstroke events as well as the freestyle. Barry Emerson added a pair of seconds in the 100 and 400-metre freestyle along with a fifth in the butterfly. 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