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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta HtMALD-Thunday, January APRIL IN AMSTERDAM Wy wardak- for tpringtimt and Tuhpa Holiday IDS nofl-rMurnab4a dtpoaH by Jan. MNi W.OO el AnaHabta Contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 3M-3M1 Sports IETHMNE OFFICE FUMNTUK LTD Uwf m Strawt Shopping MXI PheiM (403) 320-7411 AUUMv RMvMNcS Two key problems face Nightingale MONCTON, N.B. (CP) Lynn Nightingale says she has two is the figure segment of the senior women's figure-skating championship and the other is longtime rival Barbara Terpenning of North Vancouver. "I'm going to have trouble in figures ...and Barbara is go- ing to be tough to 'says the 17-year-old Ottawa skater who, along with Miss Terpenning, is seeking her first senior women's title here at the Canadian figure-skating championships. Miss Nightingale, the odds- on-favorite in the senior women's event, has come a long way from her third-place finish at last year's Canadian final. "I have a better attitude now and I know I can do better. If I make it to the world championships it will be she says. Miss Nightingale finished first late last year at Skate Pronghorns host Olds "The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will entertain .Olds College Broncos for a'pair of Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League games this weekend. The Pronghorns, who suffered two setbacks on the road last weekend, will host the Broncos Friday and Saturday nights. Both games are slated for an start at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre. In other hockey league action this the Lethbridge Midget Elks of the Southern Alberta Hockey League will faafetarM IT The Elks will meet the Vauxhall Legionnaires at Adams'.Ice Centre Saturday' night and the Lethbridge Kinsmen Warriors at Henderson Sunday night. Both games get underway at Canada, Canada's first international figure-skating event. But she finished seventh in the figure segment of the three-part event. She battled back in the free- skate segment, turning in a brilliant acrobatic performance. Miss Nightingale and Miss Terpenning take part today in the opening figure round of the senior women's event. The compulsory free skate event is scheduled for Friday and the free skate, the highlight of all events, is Saturday. In opening competition Wednesday, Sharon Sudicky and Michael de la Penotiere, both of St. Thomas, Ont., won the novice dance final. The young couple were picked first by six of the seven judges to win the competition with nine ordinals and 84.0 points. Dawn Nairn and Robert Heightingtoh, both of Toronto, finished second with 15 ordinals and 80.2 points. Ordinals are place ratings by judges. The lowest total is best. Janet and Mark Hominuke of Calgary and formerly of the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club, won the novice pairs event by one-tenth of a point. The brother-and-sister team squeezed by Brenda Bridgeman and Rick Petit, both of Cambridge, Ont., 58.2 to 58.1. Both teams received 13 ordinals. The husband-and-wife team of Louise and Barry Soper of Vancouver, who are seeking their fourth senior dance title, took a strong lead Wednesday night over Barbara Berezwowski of Toronto and David Porter of Port Perry, Ont. The Sopers received seven ordinals and 45.08 points in the first segment of the three-part events, while the ;BerezwowlSki-Porter teifm had 14 ordinals and 43-16 points. The event continues today. In the figure segment bfjhe three-part junior men's event, Kevin Robertson of Thorald, Ont., took a strong lead with eight ordinals and Sandy Moore of Weston, Ont., finished well back in second Minor hockey Moms score I It was the mothers versus the sons in Minor game, between the News Media and the Minor Hockey Hockey Week action Wednesday night. The Moms Association coaches and executive, is all set. The News earned a 2-2 tie with the guys as they score Media is unbeaten in five previous games and will here from a scramble in front of the net. Tonight be out to extend their streak to six games without at Adams Ice Centre at the annual Smockey a blemish on their record. T mg, continues but the big names are all gone NEW YORK (AP) The 26 National Football League clubs were staggering through the 17th and final round of their two-day draft. The top prospects were long gone and it was the perfect time for a little paternal pride. But Washington, coach George Allen, who shuns most draft choices for proven veterans, handed off his quarterback son, George Jr. of Virginia, to Baltimore. Allen swapped his final 1974 choice and running back George Nock to the Colts for guard Corny Johnson and Baltimore's final choice in the 1975 draft. On Tuesday, Washington Hoop roundup for weekend The Seagram Stone Provincial Curling Championship. Feb. and 3. At the Lethbridge Curling Club, Lethbridge. Sponsored by Joseph E.Seagram Sons, Limited; the Northern Alberta, Southern Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Peace River Curling Associations; and the Lethbridge Curling Club. eagramls on ice. Basketballs will be bouncing at a steady clip this weekend as a large number of hoop encounters are all set to go. The local and district basketball, enthusiasts will have a wide range to choose from when trying to decide what calibre of ball they wish to see. Their choices would include either collegiate or high school levels of action which could be further divided into men's of women's games. The Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks will entertain Southern Albertans at the collegiate level as they host a pair of Alberta College Athletic Conference Men's Basketball League tilts. Friday night the Kodiaks will face the Camrose Lutheran College Vikings while Saturday they'll take on the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Oopiks from Edmonton. The Friday night's contest is slated for eight o'clock at the LCC gym while Saturday's game time has not yet been decided. The Kodiaks are still unsure whether-or-not the Oopiks can make the trip south. On the distaff side, the LCC Kodiettes are planning to host CLC Vikettes Friday night at six o'clock on home court. At the high school level, two Southern Alberta conferences plan to run-off a host of league games this weekend. In Southern Alberta High School "A" Boys' Basketball League play, the Catholic Central Cougars will entertain the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams while Magrath Zeniths face the Cardston Cougars on their home court. The Catholic Central Kittens will also see action as they tangle with the LCI Clipper Queens for the city girls' championship title- Friday night. The Clipper Queens will be the home club in the final game of the round-robin city championship series. The Kittens currently lead with a 3-0 record while the Clipper Queens are in second at 2-1. Winston Churchill Griffins are out of the running after losing four consecutive games. Friday night's tilt will get underway at seven o'clock. Meanwhile the usually potent Stirling Lakers are just six victories away from capturing the 1973-74 Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball League pennant title. After eight games the Lakers have yet to taste defeat and their 8-0 record leaves them alone in top spot. Winston Churchill Bulldogs are the only ones left in the running and trail the Lakers by a mere win. Bulldogs hold down second with seven victories and one loss. Both clubs will be in action Friday night with the Lakers taking on Picture Butte and the Bulldogs facing Vauxhall. In two other league games, Milk River is at Taber and Fort Macleod is at Coaldale. In Southwest Conference Girls' Basketball League play, only tilt scheduled for Friday will see Coaldale visiting Fort Macleod. swapped three draft picks to San Diego for guard Walt Sweeney. Then Allen struck three times Wednesday, swapping a ninth-round choice to Los Angeles for wide receiver Joe Sweet, and a 12th-round pick to Baltimore for linebacker Ed Mooney, before completing his final-round swap with the Colts. Allen finished the draft with only 11 picks. Among the draft picks were Edmonton native Bill Stevenson and three Canadian Football League Eley, John Harvey and Noah Jackson. A six-foot five-inch defensive tackle at Drake University, Stevenson was picked by Miami Dolphins in the fifth round. The 200-pounder is one of two Edmonton-area players exempted from the Canadian college draft. Edmonton Eskimos own CFL rights to his services. Eley, Harvey and Jackson became eligible when their college classes graduated. Eley, A running back with British Columbia Lions, was taken in the fifth round by At- lanta Falcons. In the seventh round, Los Angeles Rams chose Harvey, a running back for Montreal Alouettes, and Baltimore Colts claimed Jackson, a guard for Toronto Argonauts. Three of the players picked in the WFL draft, running backs Kermit Johnson of Southern California and James McAlister of UCLA and offensive tackle Booker Brown of USC, were signed on the eve of the NFL grab bag by the new league's Southern California club, but that didn't scare off the NFL. When the draft was over, 249 offensive players had been chosen compared to 193 defensive players with 77 running backs making that the favorite position in the draft. Only 18 quarterbacks were picked, none on the first two rounds. There were 47 wide receivers picked, including Baltimore's last-round choice of Massachusetts' Tim Berra, son of baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra. UCLA had 12 players picked, most of any school. There was no "generation gap" in the score between the Pee Wee All-Stars and the mothers' all-star team as they battled to a 2-2 stalemate in an exhibition game Wednesday night! Mrs. Pat Henderson and Mrs. Eira Arisman led the mothers with a goal each while Barry Streliev and Craig Nyrose replied for the Pee Wees who had their hands full to say the least. In another Pee Wee exhibition encounter, the Lethbridge Flyers earned a 3- 3 tie with Cardston. Mark Dumont, Phil Hewko and Darren Moroz scored for the Flyers. The Lethbridge Monarchs edged the Rockets in' a Bantam B exhibition contest staged in Coaldale. Darin Chaki, Calvin Boettcher, Greg Boessenkool and Dwayne Osberg notched a goal apiece for the winners while Terry Shendrok, Paul Bryant and Calvin Miller tallied for the Rockets. Meanwhile the Cardston Minor Hockey Association will do their part for Minor Hockey Week in Canada by sponsoring a fund-raising evening Friday. The CMHA have organized an exhibition tilt between the "beginners" and the "mothers" at seven o'clock and will follow with a game at eight featuring the Jack Benny Oldtimers against the Bantam Bruins. All proceeds will be used to help the minor hockey program in THURSDAY Adwiw lea Centra p.m. SB Hornets vrs Blades p.m. M Stampeders vrs North Stars p.m. Smockey Game p.m. M Lakers vrs Nationals Eskimos p.m. M Ti-Cats vrs p.m. M Generals vrs Crusaders p.m. Juvenile game TBA FRIDAY Clvte lea p.m. PW D.Q. Jets vrs Pin- tos p.m. PW Ft. Mac. Rangers vrs Sabres p.m. PW Penguins vrs Vikings p.m. PW Falcons vrs Braves p.m. M Royals vrs Comets CoaMala Sportaptox p.m. Squirt winners p.m. PW Seals vrs TBA p.m. PW '.Canadians vrs TBA SATURDAY Adanw Centra a.m. BB Monarchs vrs Kings a.m. BB Ramblers vrs Nuggets a.m. BB Argos vrs Blazers p.m. BB Rangers; vrs Eagles p.m. BB Raiders vrs Bruins p.m. BA Maple Leafs vrs Jets p.m. BA Canadians vrs Oilers p.m. BA Black Hawks vrs p.m. Midget Elks vrs Vauxhall Legionaires Civic Centra p.m. PW Canucks vrs Bisons p.m. PW Blues vrs.Totems p.m. PW Flames vrs Flyers Handaraon Lake lev Centre p.m. Labor Club Bees vrs Coaldale All-Stars Coaldale Sporttptox a.m. PW Rangers vrs TBA a.m. PW' Wings vrs TBA a.m. Squirt losers p.m. BA Whalers vrs Oilers p.m. BA Bombers vrs Rockets SUNDAY lea Centra a.m. BB Seals vrs Cougars a.m. BB Mustangs vrs Lions Hendenon lea Centra p.m. Midget Colts vrs Vulcan Midgets pjn. 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