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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE IETHBRID0E HERALD - Wednesday, January 20, 1971-- Figure skating championships under ivay Centennials edge Bombers, Brother, sister team take first title WINNIPEG (CP) - Bernardi Souche had the flu all day and a 1 nose bleed shortly before going on to the ice for the finals of the novice pairs competition at the Canadian figure skating championships Tuesday. IDs partner, 13-year-old sister Marie, told herself she- would just have to work that much harder during the routine to help along her 15-y e a l -o 1 d brother. Competing out of the Upper Canada Skating Club in Toronto, the pair combined for a near-flawless performance to capture the novice pairs championship, receiving first-place totals from iix of the seven judges. It was the first championship to be decided in the six-day competition, and the only one Tuesday. Reid Macdonald of Preston, Ont. and Janice Maikawa of Dundas, Ont. finished second with 55.8 points, 3.1 behind the champions. The Vancouver entry of'Carol Kreuzinger and Chin Cox placed third. TOP SENIORS ARRIVE Most of the day's activity centred around' the arrival of two of the country's top senior ladies-defending champion Karen Magnussen of Vancouver and Cathy Lee Irwin, a native of Toronto. Miss Magnussen, 18, is expected to retain her national title in preparation for the North American championship next month. Until a week ago ber main competition here was expected to come from Miss Irwin, an 18-year-old blonde who arrived on crutches, the result of a practice mishap last week. Despite the fractured pelvis that is keeping her off skates for six weeks, the 1970 Canadian runner-up stole the spotlight. Miss Irwin, who fielded questions throughout the day from reporters, officials, skaters, spectators and other weltwish-crs, said: "What can I say? They all say they're sorry it happened. AII'T can say is 'so am I'." . After finishing 10th in last year's world competition-"a good start for me"-she expected to improve that standing this year and take aim at the 1972 Olympics. The combination of Miss Magnussen and Miss Irwin would have given Canada two of the finest female skaters in international competition. "I'll have to work that much harder now," Miss Irwin said. "I'll have to really skate well and hope to make the selectors think that I'm skating well and deserve a chance at the '72 Olympics." Ontario skaters dominated the opening day's events. Besides winning the novice pairs' title, Ontario entries led after completion of the compulsory figures in the novice men's and ladies' singles and the initial rounds of the novice and junior dance events. Lee Armstrong of Chatham, Out. held a solid margin over Kevin Robertson of Toronto in the men's event while Kim Wylie of Gait, Ont. was atop the ladies' section. Sports of all sorts Your NEW Authorized Dealer for . . . JEEP TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 CLUB DESTROYED BOSTON (AP)-Ken Harrel-son's Boston 1800 Club, a waterf r o n t restaurant and nightclub in East Boston, reupt-ed in flames shortly before 1 a.m. today and was destroyed in a four - alarm fire. The restaurant had been closed for two days because of a small cloakroom fire early Sunday morning, and first reports indicated no one was injured in the blaze. Harrelson is a former Red Sox outfielder who was traded to the Cleveland Indians. ? * * NEGRO DmECTOR SEATTLE (AP) - The University of Washington an nounced Tuesday that Donald K. Smith, former Seattle newspaper man, has been hired as assistant athletic director, com' pleting a university mandate to add blacks to the sports administrate ranks. Smith, 40, of Plainfield, N.J. now is press relations supervi sor for American Telephone and Telegraph in New York City and was a sports and urban affairs writer for the Seattle Times. ? * ? NAMED CHAIRMAN HAMILTON (CP) - John Agro, executive director of the Canadian Football League Play-e r s' Association, announced Tuesday that George Springate, Montreal Alouettes place-kicker, has been named chairman of the association's 1971 all-star game. The game will be between Grey Cup-champions Alouettes and a team made up of four players from each of the other CFL teams. ? ? CUBS SIGN BANKS CHICAGO (AP) - First baseman Ernie Banks, who will turn 40 Jan. 31, signed for his 18th baseball season with Chicago Cubs Tuesday. Banks was on the disabled list for much of the 1969 National League season for the first time in his major-league career, all spent with the Cubs. But after being out of action with a chronic arthritic condition in his left knee from July 22 through Aug. 20, Banks batted .326 in 17 games. ? ? ? INCREASE PRICES MONTREAL (CP) - The Grey Cup football champion Montreal Alouettes are increasing their ticket prices. Season ticket subscribers have been informed that a pair of tickets costing $93 in 1970 will cost $117 this season. That's a 25.8-per-cent boost for tickets between the goal lines. half was a breeze DETROIT (AP) - After, referee Manny Sokol split his seams he had to wait half a basketball game before he could split the scene. Halftime was the first opportunity the redfaced National Basketball Association official had to leave the Cobo Arena court at the Seattle Super -Sonics - Detroit Pistons game. He suffered through virtually the entire first half knowing his pants had split cleanly down the back. The few time outs called didn't provide enough time to make hasty repairs. Spectators didn't make it any easier for him. At one point, the embarrassed official walked over to the scorer's table and said with a little grin: "It seems to be a little breezy in here." BOUT POSTPONED BUENOS AIRES (AP) - Heavyweight .contender Oscar Bonavena suffered an injured left hand in a misdirected blow at a punching bag Tuesday, and his Feb. 12 match against Floyd Patterson in New York will be postponed. The injury occurred during a final workout at a gym shortly before Bonavena was to leave for Puerto Rico to continue training for the bout against ex-champion Patterson at Madison Square Garden in New York. Ginnie Griceo and John Rait of Toronto were the novice dance leaders after the first round Tuesday with David Porter and Barbara Bere-zowski, also of Toronto, holding a narrow margin in Uie junior dance. The junior dance event was the closest with the leaders less than one point in front of the runners-up, Keith Campbell and Judy Currah of St. Thomas, Ont. Miss Berezowski and Porter compiled 127.3 points after their opening performance compared to 126.7 for the second-place combo. Miss Grieco and Rait were awarded 83.9 points for their novice dance routine, good for a 2.S-point lead over David and Marilyn Johnstone of Vancouver. Another Vancouver pair, Randy and Debbie Burke, held down third spot going into the final round Thursday. Armstrong came up with a strong compulsory figures showing to earn 234.4 points, which gave him a good lead over Kevin Robertson of Toronto, second with 214 points. Robert Pick of Vancouver held down third spot. Two games in overtime By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sixty minutes wasn't enough hockey Tuesday night for four of the teams in the Western Canada Hockey League. They were tied after regulation play and needed a total of 13 minutes of overtime to produce winners. Rod Norrish scored at 9:46 of overtime in Regina to give the Pats a 2-1 victory over Saskatoon Blades and Jim McMas-ters scored on a deflected slap-shot at 3:41 in overtime to give Calgary Centennials a 4-3 edge over Flin Flon Bombers'. In the only other game, victory was made early in the third period when rookie centre Bert Scott scored the winner to give Edmonton Oil Kings a 4-2 win over Winnipeg Jets. Regina's win put them within five points of third-place Winnipeg in the eastern division. Winnipeg has 40 points, 14 behind leading Estevan Bruins. Norrish, Regina's leader Tuesday night, gained his 32nd goal of the season. It was the seventh time he had scored a winner for his team this season. Scott Smith scored the other Regina goal - giving his team a 1-0 lead in the first period. The lead stood until Pat Price of Saskatoon scored on a long shot at 5:39 of the second period. Calgary stayed within two points of Edmonton, leaders in the western division. The Oil Kings are tops in the WCHL with 57 points but Calgary has 55. Flin Flon is second in the eastern division with 50 points. The game at Flin Flon went into overtime when Ken Balrd of the Bombers scored at 18:32 of the third period to tie the score. Ron Homenuke, Jim Watson and John Slnkpiel got the other Calgary goals. Dave Shardlow and Chuck Arnason also scored for Flin Flon who were outshot 46-38. Third-place Winnipeg control-Md the nowerful Oil Kings for two periods-until Scott scored early in the third. Captain Ron Jones got an Insurance goal at 17:15 of the third and Darcy Rota and Don Kozak, on a power play, were the other Edmonton scorers. Dave Hrechkosy gave the Jets a 1-0 lead in the first period and Jeff Hunt made It 2-1 for Winnipeg early in the second. Both Jack Cummings in the Edmonton net and Mike Schneider in the Winnipeg net stopped 27 s h o t s each but Cummings had a harder night SNOWllHD - Behind "Snowbird", the song that carried Ann* Murray to stardom, it writer Gens MocLellan. The Maritime singer-composer It on the way to ttordom himself and this Satuday in Weekend Magoilhe, Dick MaeDonald tells about Maclellan's progress from accident  plagued op'ple-picker to popular tuceeis. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wedne.day 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Woofoe auto centre We've redly got what it takes to keep your air going this winter! GROUP 24 BRUNSWICK BATTERY 18 month guarantee 12.95 30 month guarantee lb.95 BOOSTER CABLES 6 gauge 1" w/w ANTI FREEZE I gal. .84 PYR0IL WINDSHIELD 89 DE-ICER 16 oz. 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