Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
SHELLEY MCLEOD AND BOB KNAPP COMPETE IN DANCE COMPETITION. Top Canadian honors sought All of Canada's top be held January 31 and skaters will participate in February 1 in Quebec City, the Canadian Figure The CTV television Skating Championship to network will telecast this Reliable Carpet Care STEAM CLEANING 327-4493 Mtmbur of Altatfla Rug Cbwwn iwocUllon with 7 yun important culmination of the Canadian skating season on Friday and Saturday. Coverage will be live, with interspersed taped highlights covering competitions held earlier in the day. Hosts for these telecasts, offering commentary and background information for viewers, are CTV sports director, Johnny Esaw, and former Olympic Gold medalist, Otto Jelinek. Featured events in Friday's competition, in the senior division, will be the ladies' compulsory; pairs compulsory; men's compulsory; and (couples) free dance. Saturday's, senior events include pairs free; ladies' free; and men's free skating. A total of 116 skaters junior, and senior) will compete for the various cham- pionship titles. TRAILER LOU Has a good selection of quality usedi trailers and campers plus a great SELECTION OF RENTAL CAMPbriS and TRAILERS and you'll never save more than at TRAVEL CRAFT 1504.3rd Aw. S. Phom 327-4M4 Ski finals telecast from Ontario Feb. 8 CTV's Wide World of Sports will present the finals in the Canadian ski jumping championships be- ing held at Mt. Norway and Mt. McKay, Thunder Bay, Ont. Ski jumpers from across Canada and the United States compete in 70 metre 'and 90 metre ski flying. At press time the 70 metre events will be aired Feb. 8, and the 90 metre jump will telecast Feb. 22. One Weak ______ Only CLEARANCEinZBO PAIRS OF LADIES' DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES FEB. 3-fEB. IW100 HANDBAGS K fflltt Watch For STERLING SHOES Phone 327-3344 320A-6thSt. S. THE FINEST IN CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Dully I a.m. to 8 p.m. CloMd on Sun- diyi HglWiyt. 612-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-7511 SMITH'S SPORTS SPECIALS SATURDAY CANADIAN FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS SPECIAL, 12 noon, Ch. 13. Featuring Toller Cranston and Lynn Nightingale, both former Canadian champions. Live. CBC SATURDAY SPORTS, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Wendy Cook is among the swimmers featured in the invitational swim meet at Pointe Claire, Que. 90 min. PRO BOWLERS TOUR, p.m., Ch. 11. The Kan- sas City Open has the finalists competing for a purse. Live. SPORTS FEDERATION AWARDS, p.m., Ch. 7. A number of young Canadian athletes will be honored. CURLING CLASSIC, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. United States and world champion curler Bud Sommerville takes on Larry McGrath of Saskatchewan. 60 min. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. United States figure skating championships from Oakland, Cal. 60 min. HAWAIIAN OPEN SPECIAL, 4 p.m., Ch. 11. Johnny Miller and Gene Littler, the only tour champions thus far in 1975 will meet head on in beautiful Hawaii. Live. WRESTLING, 5 p.m., Ch. 7. ROLLER DERBY, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. NHL HOCKEY, 6 p.m., .Ch. 7. Toronto Maple Leafs in the running for a playoff spot for the first time in a number of years take on the big bad Bruins from Boston. Live. SUNDAY CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR, 11 a.m., Ch. 9. Jimmy Connors and Rod Laver, both left handed, meet in a ten- nis challenge match worth 2 hrs. WOMEN'S SUPERSTARS, 12 noon, Ch. 11. Top women athletes now compete under the same format that made the men's superstar competition so popular. 1 hr., 15 min. NBA BASKETBALL, 1 p.m., Ch. 9. Kareem Abdul Jabbar will be the man to watch as the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Celtics in Boston. Live. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, p.m., Chi 11. Wristwrestling, cliff diving, and skiing are featured in this week's show. 90 min. HAWAIIAN OPEN SPECIAL, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. The final round of the Hawaiian classic. 2 hrs. AIR CANADA SPORTS AWARDS, n.m., Ch. 13. TUESDAY WRESTLING, a.m., Ch; 7.