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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETIISRIOGt HERAIO Iliuixtov, Morcli 1. 197? no student team without gold medal Roundup of Liircs sutli-ncil Ihr vans on Icfact1. Tin1 States nottliwl li medal of the gimtcs wlioit Kiivyn Wosl nl Stanford sity' finislu'il siH'ond slalom eiU will' a time of aboul tliroo-qiiartcrs of a second lioliiml winner Analiid Tasgiau of Italy. Koinan Dcrejinski of Pol j-rahbed Hie Sole! medal in men's shilum. ahead of silver medallist Masa yoshi Kuslhwaga of Japan. Al 1'laltsblirg. 30 mites to the norlh, the Canadian collegiate hockey learn topped the winlcss: I'.S. 5-H. Canada now is 2-2 in the three-team round-robin lour-! naninit. The U.S.. which has lost three games, faces the un- defeated Kussians tonight in PRESS i Plattsburg. I. Canada opened the scoring al 'i of Ihe firsl period on Boh McAnceley's lally and Ihe Cana- dians nc'ver relaxed the prcs- J sure. Plhl tied it up at hut Canada went ahead 30 Ill-1CIT IT-Ihc ond iau and me ond Gavin Kirk, who had (wo gonls. The firsi of Iwo goals liy Pole Yellm at of tlic second pc-riral made 11 2-2 for (tic U.S.. hut Boh Monro's al one iulo the net to make Kirk gut Canada's final g il ai of the third period. The conditions en ouplcd with the blinding fog, oa sed some minor discontent a ong the skiers. Several suggested that the slalom events should have been postponed. Fabrioc Thomas of France was awarded the bronze in the men's slalom after Gerfricd Xobel of Austria was disqualified. Canada ahead. The I'.S-.came hack, with Yetlin scoring al THAT'S CHARLIE DROWN! Canada went ahead to stay al when Charlie Brown of the U.S., attempting lo pass from behind his net, fed the puck lo Canadian Dave Conves, five feet in fronl of the U.S. goal. A similar disqualification ol Call Susslin of the U.S. gave third place lo Austrian Barbi Kdelsbrunner in the women's race. Shut out in Wednesday's events, lilt' Russians still hold n colil- (orlable lead in the over-all medal competition. They have won a total of 10 medals, com- pared with the A m e r i c a u s.' eight. France has won four, Czechoslovakia three, Austria and Japan two each. Canada. Italy and Poland each has won a single incdal. CAPRI BOWL SENfOR L11 OrnDy Jlf- Pat Jar vie 771 Donna WiHaurjMiy 26J; CKcrye Oljcr- Alary Ward 710 IssKI Evam 715; Mary Clark 70'; Jessie 718. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL A J75; Karl Npvacfc ?S5 Gary Low SMrlry 35ft Juflv LauEme 160 Lucille Schilc 721; Larry 0 union! ler Ponych 2'1, Jane! Koolfl 751, ElfiPl PedrJ-son 763 (660. Kalhy Lud' wig (7J3J, Dtvolhy Sorensrn Helen Deal m Shirley Petrol 7S5 Jean Paney 707 Marge Warcomson 712, Tina Wall Jen Hcgl ?3A. Mclnryre 260. Q AND E HARDWARE' Dol Anderson Mvma Ty-nirrv.en 39A Oof OlshaikTc 24J Frances Costarno 377; Pal Tun-stall 350 Vary 2W Gus ScMvarz 357 OMo Pankolay 770; Ccrrdlo Sanlonl 778 17-i.D; Allan Brown Valer Kuril 354 Jotin 530, Meiel Ml Radon Filling 301, Ron Taylor 326 Ken Larson 301 Mills Bert Aleie) Dob Karvld 310 Norm Tclle, m r-mcod 799 Bill Taylor 198 SPEEDY'S Helen Cavers M (70H. Smwd 377 Doreen Wilson Jean Chrlslle 31J Jia passey 788 Sally Irene (W7I, Grace Beard 751 U Smith 251 Ireno Karla 7J7, Ir Chiste 244. SIMPSONS-SEARS Melon Roiietli 777 Elaini vis 250, Kae Mann 2W, Cherye 0 mier 715 CalJiy Creiqhlor- Linda Goulhicr 739. Dot- Tinord loin PraM 757. Jack Under-ienti tlilf Black 714, Bob Reynolds 33X MNV COACHKS EDMONTON (CD ISrf- moiiton Eskimos of the West- ern Football Conference an- nounced today the addition of Urban Bowman, former assis- tiint winch with (lie Hamilton Tiger Cats, and Vic Rapp of tlie University oE Misouri, to Us coaching staff. T S-1 t.nb ilridi. d'.iimssccl n ill has liecn itu ml bTskc-ttall i t i id in gu.'ircis I u lo Anse- 72 at Betsy's is n i ti id two sea- i later on a slap shot i Finances worr lit Uiminerlam -i j h I ucks ahead TORONTO (CP1 Alan Ea- i u! ti i mined the of the H i ton snared Hockey League Play- ill! (iuiKlric.1 e x p r es se d i 1 winning cool about the fin 1 ancial future of the World i] n I or NBA Association. I US. Eagicson SI1jti co-foim- 1 V t l ioliniCV Canadian cliampioti AI Sparks of Winni- j fit'th-aiinual Blue and peg who knocked out Gray in CHEVROLET Carl.. CHEVEiLE CHEVY NOVA OIDSWOBILE CUTIASS CAD1LUC VEGA CHEVROLET TRUCKS CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS FAST APPRAISALS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY THE FINEST SERVICE AFTER THE SALE 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air 1 door hordlop, aulomaHe, power brakes, liolsd windshield, whilowoll .odio. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE i 1971 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Fully equipped wilh ovoiloble Cadillac ex Iras, including oir condirioning. 1 NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE 1971 Chevrolet Impala door sedan, equipped with V-8 motor, aulomatic Irani., power peering, brakes, timed windshield, wliilewall tirps, j rodio. j NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE 1971 Delta Royale Oldsmobilc 2 door hardtop. Fully equipped wilh many, many extras including air con- ditioning. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE iKfskct'oall tournament is P. Walshc ti i g h l-'riday and Satur- the seventh round of their bout, J is one of the four who have preed to fight in HalLfaz, T'crnie, Bow April 10. jh event, teams i Heavyweight champion t. Msry's of the Blood George Chuvalo of Toronto, de. middleweight litle holder Dave Downey of Halifax and Clyde Clarcsn o 1 m jGray of Toronto, brother oi I-'nrl Maeleod iv ill] .Stewart and the welterweight [champion will also be fea- n P' Is under way Fri- i lured. and wraps up Sal-j Opponents have not yet teen cuT.int' with 10 all-star announced. All benefits front well as a c h e e r-; Uie card will go to the Stewart lo hr: prcsenlcd. j Gray estale. Gray, 27, died event is a doub-1 about 27 hours after being affair. i knocked out in Winnipeg. The Little Car that does everything well! CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Showroom 2 Ave. and 8 St. S., Phone 327-3147 OX Supermarket Lot Phone 327-3148 GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, 4th FREE COFFEE and DONUTS SPECIALIZING IN Target Rifles Pistols S'notguns, Skeet and Trap Reloading Equipment Hiking and Camping Equipment (P Fishing Equipment WHERE QUALITY IS SURPASSED ONLY BY THE SERVICE! AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR 0 Hodaka Carabella 0 Montessa Motorcycles 0 Scorpion Snowmobiles and Equipment CONGRATULATIONS TO PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD. FROM REMINGTON ARMS OF CANADA LTD. LAURENTIDE FINANCE LTD. Proud ro Arrange Terms for Your Cu si omen BAROTTO SPORTS LTD. 60S 7th SI, S.W., Calgary, Alto. PLAINSMAN SPORTS LTD. 329 7th St. S. ;