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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE HESilD Moio'cy. Jantoiy 22, 1973 T unbridle out with 1 I Native Sons meed new city champs edge Cascades Sl'U IV Spori-i Editor rr- t-ird sroi w-v m.irk only la lose to Vio-' brilliant as '.v hit for a "75 in Higa with a -1.013 total pintail. iWri i'ni in the l.-l-i ciahl sanies. his second last game and held Fifth was Reg Arnold at 3.969. i her bid Surd ay she made no mistakes on 10 oige veteran Sieve Pod- Wolstoncroft wasn't even in 1 she in ru-rinins tola! to 4.021V-52. ereen. For Peoersen it marked the top 10 alter last week's better than runner-up Jean (lie third tine in as ;.ears play with his total of 1.962 but lias ic tivo noir loader, [hat he has [inisrc-1 second, fell lo Jack Suited was third. place wiih a 3.SW score. Wol.-oncroil came up will- 4.21S iual. Pec'er.-cn follow -t j.i'4 j'.'.si four pins bc'.'.c: than Srr.ecd p was comrcui-on end P.isscy. Last week's bridge enlry Woisioncrofl. .atiii five pin i Rand} Third in I'ne c-'i wcnl Snvc-i. ;o Vlo'.iri wiih a 3.S75. i '.vas a C.-..-0 Fifih was Jcar. C'nrLrJc wilh Peari his Own made the conseo.iti-.-p A mcrt; --.re? piayer stroke lead, ea; e-i ihe hole ar.d ihr-aierecl as be breezed hone a 71 for yard Tucson Goii Club ccurse. He had an ei-hf-sh" lead be- fore -e 1-1: L-.IO twn liu'ie-rcr... lakes lhe l he trirjie seven really didz'i matter. KERN AV ALSO-r.AN George Archer. loe: ".f: a yea- LaH-c- ?-.f. Gav for secure 2: 232. Roc v.irj-.er o: :h- Karl were a: Ben Kern 'vf.5 tor purse -cr.ey o: only son -_-c. ".he pre-ieur- nev favor.le. had a ilrul round 70 "for 235. CTSr-p-.cr. S-V? V' tram the total purse c: -r.fi pushed his e-rr.lrrs 10 ScO.- 000 for just TVQ -.vetrks. lie more Uian made up tor ii this Sund.-y. The new champ rolled games Of 230, 230, 3JJ, 2-13, 242, 1375 and 2118. Pcdersen games of 271, '2'K. 265. L'lj. 220. 217. 249 and a 341 that gave him second alace. Smeed. on the other hit for 235. 217. 2W. 2S2. 279 211 273 Higa was 033. 259. 337. 233. 221. 279. 1W and 269 while Aj-nold was 276. 203. 266, 232. CT6. 308. 254 and 241. Rounding out the top 10 in nen's play were Jim llisa Mike Tebo S.919. B fl 1 Koskcski 3.W7. Ken Malcom- ?o-i 3.893 anri Kurtz 3.542. The lop 24 men and eight uvmen uill nuke Uie trip lo Ear.ff. On [he gals side of the ledger Mrs. roiled a firs; game :-S and then followed with 276. 2Co. 230. 253. 2J8. 259 and a near disastrous 190. Passey 'oos over second place with games of 244. 310. 2S4. 244. 212, and 198. Violin! start- ed Use she meant business wvl.h a big 320 bui she fell off 'o a 196 before getting back on the mark with six straight 200 plus sames. She hit for 245. :33. 258. 263. 214 and 229. 152. 2o.j. 137. 225, 195. Cr.risUe eot away a r.-'i ramo up Mitti 199. 276. 209. Iro and 275 for her ncxi games. Completing the top in were Barb S-cattersood Linda Malcomson 3.73S. Mars Smith 3.711 and Eleanor Dongatt; On his way to the title Wol- stoncrrfl averaged iust 'ur.der 264 Smeed was just over 251 for 16 games. Lethbridge Sons Ira- velled to Olds and came home wilh a narrow 7-6 overtime vic- tory over the Csscades in COT- Irai Albert a Junior Hockey League action Saturday night. Olds held a 4-2 advantage after [he first period of play, but the Sons; managed to close ihc gap to 6-5 by the end of thr- second. Allan Marchuk. who led the SODS with a perfor- mance, forced the overtime prriod scoring the equalizer orjy 30 seconds remain- ing in the game. Terry Pocza tallied the win- ning marker 58 seconds into the overtime stanza. I Albert Dumont was also In- strumental in the win with two goals while Randy Joevenazzo fired in a Eolo marker along wilh three assists. Wayne Robertson and Doug Vousph scored a pair of goalj If Olds while teammates Allan Barlow and Tom Murphy added singles. I.i Lhe Lethhridge net. Kim Kockeriback turned aside M shots while Kevin Blom handl- ed 36 for the Cascades. Olds picked up 12 of the 13 minor penalties and Uie two tennis split two lO-minuta mis- conducts and a pair of game i misconducts. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR SATURDAY W L T F A Pis. Nilinnil Celgarv 10 1 '5E li3 i j S Rea 11 1 1S3 57 4 Pars T 13 0 If7 TC-i J 3 IS :o 1 li: :7 S1. Lcjls 5 1 6 35 c Ul "i LEAGUE t c- i I 7 w L T r i r., :s i -j- -U s: c--1-? 4 fj li-ternatienel Wcsr :s j -f :j- 71 1 s 17 :i t Ca c--' 'i 3 LEADERS V.Mtern tnfernilicrll G3 P-! 5 CITY MEN'S CHAMP RANDY WOL5TONCROFT CITY WOMEN'S CHAMP JEANETTE SMEED Stauek Disti-ict 2 AlbeH; Junior r" 3 B.C. JL'-ier i t K 17 AS50CIATIOH John Siaoes of Maerath f-7" i' -U IN the District 2 school- :3 :3 i hov cjrlinH playdcwns in Milk .'j; S'.ar.ek besed six oiher EOiriierr. Alberta rir.ks in a Champions find trouhlp It wasn't all a bed of roses .An four did rr.ar.age lo nl- reeled diff'i- back the nexi nifhi. Mx-Ay 'ar.'.V p-essed h1Drur-iheUer suh ir :heL- bu: r.oi L-. siai-; before frlerdiv mursday. 10 tie cha-p.CG hard, i-b.-bs fans. -eb while ih? Domiiion 3 fure a :W L-a couale hc.-icio.-T. or. the firs: ihe skirLig lo cauvure ine conirontaror. raise-d ire per-si-r.Vi fL-als -il! be siac- i.'-- senior division iliai sic-p a possible '-hhrri place aficr iraihrg haf.ly orJy se.-lous CLSapproval f.-.im ed ir. Mon-non. N 3. Mar. 12-15. afi'Ki Car.ada's c.is-rces inle ;he C-OCDLUSO-.- figures per- ..vho -.vere vooa! in ihci- Siar.el-i d'.cji'i have an easy c" ir. ihe -.--r'.i ccmpeiiiic-r. in Bui en she ran Lr.o a of ihe prograra. a: il-.e marks giver, a tirr.e in wircing the souihern 3 i Miss Magnussen bu: her ar.d gs b? forced into 10 WITJ ihj world crown The Series, from ihe finil rnalch miy have been da-vaged by ilie ar.d .Murray and Moors. :'rcrr. o: ihe CMrlirg ever.; Oria-.va girl's sr.a-.-lre. Liter- Ncnh V-ncouvor. 1.1 Far'.ev Kuehn of Warner. -I-'-. nalicna! iucies are frequently near ccahlo-rl-l r_rrl S'r-r.el-: de'ea'ed Lorne 5 t swayed by pasi compenuon. srculd do -.ve'l ir i rv-.-r-.es---c--.h of Picture Buiie. frariLalicn -ilh Jar.-: Lynn, ire ire "5-1 firol. EASTERS CONFERENCE Diviiion W L co-fav-riie ire s---.r. lil.r. !-3-e arc ire- ----j.-.; -rr'-.i i- Sar'i-iche-r '--rwevn o: ire ;--i defeat t-iice. l.: Marr.ussen ar-1 Miss N'ighl- _Cr-nsior. a ir-rr. M-.-ehri picked up a in world ;ea- wis Ca- an. vii'.i his a -xsii-i-r.. f.g-re c: :h? mark in ihe second i i Tie crher -ras frj- in ihe Cr-rcor. H-hm. sev-rc Dar.r.y 7 Wecker sinks Kings four markers 111 I i i 5 Hixh-f ybr scorer; four urr.es Sunday :'-ir Grer sr.d :o re'.? Fs'nri ?V-r. v.- Sugar r-'cl Eed >3 :i an J-urjor H'rhey coa! 2a-i. Err.ri Rohs-c. Gar--- p'jcs i.. w--ji I'-" cv-'- l -o'-: 'cr.re': 'o- I'.-i'j.-i" T.n P. f. r.. ;ir-: -'.eld co'ir.'ed 10 race Suear ro a f-5 v'ci.-irv over onior. Olher coals were by Do.i Renf.er. Bruce S'e'.e a r. d :cd Ed- Pc'e sM Ted cd Oil lllllll; SO. m.iiors ai-l -wo I.-, tlie r-s- Ir Red Iwr Hi- Rusiiors Saturday ri-hf D.T-C Irnilinc 3-1 coing into K. or.- rx-.lr.i of 're final ra'.lierl fnr e :.ii! Junior llockev i victory over Edmonton Mets I Irailer' by tlefeaiir.? S.'.nd.iy. frocks 4-2 before L.'.rry I.p-ieander !M the Red Sinfl.r.- rjjhr mli, -7 -.irlr; l-.ia B 'I SI ail lo i'.'-d [KT- r.ir'-oll (jO-'l Dillon scored OIK- aiirl ".goals. .1 i' r, Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRt SERVICE ;