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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta January. 26, 1973 THE LETHHIDK HfRALD 11 Luco earns south senior title Beaton just too much for McQuarrie in final BY PAT SILLIVA.N Jlerald Sports Ediior TABER (Siaff) How many tiiues has it been said, ''when the going gets tough, the tough get Polly Beaton, threatened v.ith a one-yesr reign in the South- ern Alberta women's curling championship, got an extension Thursday at the Curling Club, as she downed "A" section champ Myrna McQuarrie of (Mice. Beaton, the defending provin- cial champion faced an uphill battie as she needed tivo wins to upend the Lethbridge rink. Bu: in the fashion of a true champion she and her mates pulled it off. 1 McQuarrie. in her first year in the southern playdowns, ap- 1 peered to have the title all but wrapped up in the early A-B fmsl as she built a T-5 lead after eight ends. But Beaton, ever cool, came through a come from behind 9-7 triumph forcing the sudden-death show- down. A gsme McQuarrie arid her rin_k forced the Medicine quanet all the way, but a back- breaking three in the fourth end Lr.d a s.cn 0! in iiiu put the game out of reach as Beaten registered a 1M win. I had to lose." said Mc- Quarrie. ''I'm glad it was to Polly." McQuarne's early curl- ing experience was at the hands of Mrs. Bca'.on. When accepting her trophy, the Howard Palmer memorial trophy, from Mrs. Howard BsT-ion expended h e r Lhanis to the Tabcr Cvu-ibg Club and the perfect straight man to McQuarrie when she said if there is ever anything I can do for you people, please let me which brought a quick, --please turn senior'1 from McQuarrie. Beaton, although no one knows for sure, has been eli- gtble for senior competition for i at least five years. But she showed Thursday she ready to turn senior. Meanwhile, in Calgary, Betty Luco of Lethbridge won the j senior women's title by defeat- I ing Leslie Code of Calgary in a sudden-death Luco. who Qualified from the A section o; the 16-rink compe- tition, beaten 3-5 by Code in the first game of the final. Code, the B winner, needed two vicoiries for title. Curline with Mrs Luco were i'nird Kay Redding, second Gladys P.edfem and lead Ellen Johnson. Luco s--d Beaton now will seek their re1 Beaton retains title Pcily of Medicine HCT -eloined her SouTnern Aibtrla wsmen's curling iille in Taber Thursday by down- ing Myrna McQuarrie of Lethbridge Iwice. The winners ere, lefr 10 richi, lead Terry Kope, second Janet Eingerl, third Doreen Desh'a.-ncis, skip Beoion end Mrs. Pairr.er presenting the Howard Palmer memorial trtphy. (Rick Ervin ohoto'i spective Al'oena titles at Val- j T T leyview Feb. 5. 6 and 7. JOG P TflZier liftS the IdSt GOT A BREAK mates Doreen DesHar- nais at third. Janet Bingeri at second and Tern' Kope a; lead. Beaten screrr.blpd through Lhe first game McQuarrie look- ing for a break which came In the 10th and final end. McQuarrie. joined by third Rita Tamiva. EECCEO Barb Davis End lead Gail L'meris, put Beaton behind the Only winners in Pliillv are movers McQuarrie close PHILADELPHIA ;AP oi 5 sporL? MTiier. Joe Frailer was the for my Phila- delphia the ciiy of losere. has nothing. The only winner in eight ball with a two-rock. 7-5 is the guy who moves. lead after eight ends. Beaton Writers covering the Pmla- canie UD wi.h a steal on debhia sports beat ho'd the the ninth end and then watch- Natk-a! Collegiate A'J-JeMc .Association. National Football League. National Basketball Association and NatioriSl Leapie records for covering lc.sers. Mv fingers freeze at Myrna McQucrrie of Leihbridae was close in her bid fcr the Southern Alberfa v.-omen s curling tills but net guile close enough. Wilh McQuorris left were, Rila Tcr- navo third, Bcrb Davis second and lead Gail Umeris. ed a s .McQuarne misled with her final shot leav- ing Beaton with three and a 9-7 triumph. In the showdo-ATi encounter the game n-as deadlocked 2-2 after three ends. Then the The ciiy has another sports The problem is tliat the ios- appears to have rubbed or" on my private life. For eiample. my youngest son is the star of his junior high scr.-ool baskeibail team. It hasn't won a game. He's birred p-oarj father frC'in neLng a spectator. evet: has Ef- fected o- forrr.e- pitcher Bobby ShanE. He broke his wrist, never had another good teas Phillies of 1K4 led the pennant race by 6L2 England's soccer team booed Ramsey blasted bv media the typewriter when the home teara wins. The only thing the eran Beaton wem to work. She City of Brctbsrly Love leads picked up three in the fourth in is firings, stole three in the fifth. At this point she led 8-2 and for all intents asd purposes t h e match was over. McQuarne missed a cnucial Philadelphia Phillies last won a pennant in 1950. the Easles in I960, the 'T6ers in 1K7. and then they traded ar.d bunded their way to be- Casper leading after opening 66 hi; and stay in the fifth similar i cornir.g the laughing stock of to the shot m Lhe first game. pro basketball. The National LONDON CP' All because formaiice which reflected England's team in World Cup appointment was a soccer compeiiMn. showing against Wales. 't which pros to predict that Alf Ramsey was made a knight England may not even quality after Endind's triumph in the for the next World Cup playoffs, Worid Cup tournament at to he held in Munich in 1974, lesencary Wembley Radium. "This sha'nhy show." lamen- Kr.Eland's meager since ted London headline Tburs- Ramsey had to be content day in summing up what was an also-ran finish in Lhe also condemned as a "tawdry" 1970 Cup per- draw against Wales. :s 5je wi; a touch heavy and the rock lost its curl and slid through the house. "I'm so proud of my teim." said McQuarrie with the hint o; a tear in the corner of her eye. "We'll be back, just you i see. This just our first j Exclaimed soccer expert Pe- of 11 stalwart Welshmen, the sadly anti-climactic quality of ter Bait in The Sun: roof has fallen in on Sir Alfred the national squad's record over "Ramsey must go I Ernest Ramsey, formerly a na- the Ust few years. know knocking Sir" Alf is the tional hero and still manager of The latest England dis- equivalent of dynamiting Par- crack at the title.'' England's team in World Cup appointment was a dismal ijamer.i and it is just as ung-. McQuarrie's rink did show Eoccer compeii'Jon. showing against Wales, a lack- raleful. unpatriotic and unlikely the large gathering at the Taber Once a star of the then-vie-. lustre 1-1 result which prompted to succeed. Curlics Club a eutsy display as ioriotis Tottenham Hctfpur. Sir' some experts to predict that ,.Bu( j he2rd an tier never said" die in making a game of it after Beaton took i commanding S-2 lead. The Lethhridse skip and her mates picked up two on the sixth end and another two on years, there have been eaojgri i grumbles about the.........." r.iach'Tie-like football played by Kngland under Ram- sey's style that proved grossly inadequate team hooed off the field at' i night and iha; is unusual, unhappy fraught with seeds of revo- For grey. singles in the seventh and Minor Hockev Week schedule Brent Moniieth rifled in two goals and gave tlie Msriands an easy S-3 win over the Yoyaguers ir, Pe? Wee action Thursr'ay Jane Frar.s Ero Oct.ey and Aliai Gemt-ii scored a goal each in the ic- I, Greg Oshask and Mike DeHeer re- plied for the Voyagwrs. FRIDAY. JtSUiRY i CIVIC ICE CES'TRE A s vs Cri v-! Cr-E'i C'VIC ICE CEVTRE rr- E -ri t c vs 5 s- v evrat. It's generally considered Ewins." to be tiie easiest of Lhe three Tne by veteran Don Massengale, alone at The group at two under par, were big Booby Nichols. Hubert Green aijd Bob All the leaders were at Cy- press Point, one of three Monte- write a on ace pitcher Jim Bunrdr-g. Team tost neit and bie-B- the flag. an sriicle to 'Phillies pise-ben Curl Sim- mons. Next day be sliced off a ioe with his rxnvpr a book to Kobiji Roberts i another Philh'ea pitcher1. He never had another winning season: an article on Fagles coach Jerry Williams. He was fired a week later. The last 10 days have pro- duced a succession of typicil Philadelphia stories. Derek Sanderson was given mil- lion to leave torn by the Blazers of the the Phillies handed Steve Csrlum to remain. Roy Rubin got fired be- os'jse he couldn't make the worst team in pro basketball a winner; they gave Kevin Lougbery. a guy who has n-2ver coached a rnijnite in hffi life a 2'-r-year contract t o guide the '7ters. And the losing goes on. 41-year-old Casper, who 1 rjfiered the pooresi season of his brilliant career last year. had iust slogged rhroug: rain and mud and wild to a K and the first round lead Thurs- day in tie Bing Crosby National Pro-Am golf tournament, offer- In toral prize money. "1 was very surprised." said Casper. "I didn't expect to Ibis'well at all." He had a two-stroke lead over Tom Weiskopf after his six-un- cer-par effort. Two Canadians were wf'J back of the leaders. Toror.to's George Knudson chrcked ir. a 73 and Ben Kern, also o: Toronto, a 77. Weiskopf 5i 63. was loljovved most sheltered from fce L-e Xicklauf. vho wen Lhis plaVflOMTlS S das5: Hill. Aufirslian Bruce Cramtj-; 4.1 -L ____ or ,_TC TWO lom" TOO has a chance to be-' come ihe first man in more ihnn a decade io win three in a blew io B 77 a; Pebble Beach. "We AusirsUans aren't vssy The annuEi DL-rrii-t Mired CurLing championship play- dou-35 be srsged tin Ficiure Bmte Curiing Gut) this weekend. Ths iwo-dsy event which fes- under way Saturday end COD- dude Rule could change thetr protest, came the jeers. irousd tlie Ramsey's 1966 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 ADA.'AS ICE CENTRE Bandm B K vs N'. !.'J vi Ses.s SUNDAY. JANUARY ?B ADAMS ICE CENTRE A.C.T. Ri v? a r-. HENDERSON ?CE CENTRE Soinntrn Aiberla JiA'enila Lejgui Licii rt Mldj TO CANADA'S BEST DRESSED MEN" Plain Toe Tie in Imported Water Bison SM nrrol BROGUES by Docks In Proiric Bu'fclr end o'so o i arain hrcgue. OPEN FRIDAY 'Til 9 PM. CAMM'S SHOES 403 5th Street S. ail echcln. scene triumph. 50-> ear-old manacer, publicly oblivion? as ever 10- bis morcly reac- ted v.iih a d'splay of lion about whether '.be in- dicnation "was directed at the tac'Jcs of the Welsh team or at England's failure to He blandJv conceded thai the result for Enpland was "ter- ribly disappointing" but added: "I do not think a team could have worked any harder than E'ndsTid did." One Lmdon paper described (he of a sidewalk opinion poll ?.s branding K.imsey J. Donorniaiice .inn bor- New ruling not clear XEW YORK fAPi Base- ball's nfes desieners are wres- tling Lhe designated hitter innovation, but commissioner Bowie Kuhn hopes to have all Lhe loopholes closed wiihin a week. don't mmd managers vis- ing brain power to take advan- tage of the said Kuhn, ''but we don't want any chance of them finding underhanded ways of beating it.1' ''Everybody wants to Uilk abcu: the designated he the rule work n.ime desic-.aied hitter. Tha: then cv-ie to bsi in ulace t'.'.t1 pitcher. Tntn. arc a milhon "The as iW.ed a of weeks ago. niay be aileron." Kuhn said "Sppj-g training uli] a chance to put it L- io out the bugs." iistd when t'.vo American they would play as Lea cue ciub> neet in the pre- for 100 years. season, li wii', no; employed---------------------- in the wiih SNKAO TAKES the r.or rV PAl.M BKAfH Series or gjiik- fla AP Sn o o ivvlubic Pro: The maiiacer. if Lhe niie is changed as Kuhn think? i; will ooulii then pi see his des.ic- n.'i'.eri hitie- ui ;he game as catcher. He would continue bat- Line fifih. Suddenly, ihe whole riesig- rated rule would be wiped out for the remainder of ihe game for the lean: The pitcher would hi; for him- the No. 8 of ir.f i.n> in call sen lp but i lie issue now soom> to he long England's r-upporiors can continue tolcr- wlint veteran soccer r: Geoffrey Grcvn of The Times called "superficial.! eluinso allow ii desig- seniors n.iiod to defence a in iho camo. nnd look Tl goes some thine Viko the lead PVPT the Suppoe lbe hitler east course of the PG N.i- ailradincc abl1 lo !c3m's licin31 Gnl( Club cii.uui.uin. ji0 brjnn; Julius Roros. also a [ornipr P.isifally. it involves a lillh Lhc p.inie hsiiini; fiCli while'Uio winnor. n-as ilim shols hark in ui of iho dcsiiniiiicd hilioi'. Tlio N.iuonril said no. Tne reason. t The Times callod "supSTlicial.! Pasifally. it involves a 101 h Uw panie bniiinc [iCh while Die winnor. UMS ihrer shols hark in imperccplivo nnd dwply dis- [wsi'.ion on the lineup can! suriinc is No. S. Then, second placo. 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