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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THI ItTHMIOCt HCRAID - Wtdnnday, March 3, 1971 Baldwin experiencing rough sledding in Quebec Smale sailing along with undefeated record SIMPLY LOVERLY - High-kicking Jackie Moody of the Lumly Lovers steps in to take the ball away from Sonia Pogin of the Robi nson Rovers during what was billed as the world's most beautiful soccer match in London. The game was played by 22 models to benefit charity. Jim Baird dominates Foothills selections Jim Baird of Kainai and Pin-cher Creek Sulphur Kings dominated the final statistics of the Foothills Hockey League released today marking the end of the regular season. Baird swept three individual honors. He led the scoring race with 72 goals and 64 assists for a total of 136 points, 53 points better than his nearest competitor Lloyd Pawluk of Bellevue Buffaloes. Pawluk, who spent 168 minutes in the penalty box to lead the sue  team league, notched 46 goals and added 37 helpers for 83 points. Third place in the scoring race went to Bellevue's Rick Sommerville with 73 points on 28 goals and 45 assists. Baird was selected to the all-star team at centre while taking home the most valuable player honors. Sulphur Kings, on the other hand, suffered only three setbacks in 30 outings. They were tied once as they earned 53 points, 16 better than Bellevue. Kainai Chiefs were third with Bowling scores GLENDALE BOWL YBC BANTAMS Lcanne Marsden 167 (317); Mark Treble 193 (335); Neal Nlshlgaura 186 (345); Doug Vogt 191 (342); Debbie Anderson 177 (3271; Cindy Pedrinl 198 (343); David Snopek 157 (310); Brian JacKson 189 ( 300); Gordon Besseling 204 (352); Carol Calhoun 181 (321); Judy Rapuano 172 (303); Brent Anderson 204 (382). YBC JUNIORS AND SENIORS Briain Anderson 239 (456); Rod Bar-neH 216 (4111; Michael Anderson 527 (451); Kalie Pedrinl 227 (443); Selma Nishimura 242 !433); David Urban 233 (403); John Barradough 191; Clayton Woo 198; Barry Nledermler 192; Lance Parsorage 189; Marie Look 218; Debbie Calhoun 183; Terri Firth 185; John Calhoun 203. CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Len Mllner 285 (713); Henry Bech-thold 274; Scotty Mulr 240; Frank Bernhart 240; Evan Evans 230; Arvld Oseen 228; Nick Blanchl 226; Henry Brown 227; Tom Archbold 218; Jack Nunweller 214; Rose Nunweller 212, ST. MIKES Fran Beresnak 250 ( 671); Steve Roth 258; Harry Nagafa 239; Bill Kelly 255; Roy Pennington 232; Ed Gilchrist 311 (730); Marg Roth 272; Percy Smith 318; Joe Tollin 223; Myrna Moulton JOB; Linda Reich 216; Olive Gilchrist 108. PREBUILT SOCIAL Karl Noack 266; Joe Schmate 268; Isabel Orsten 228; Bruce Canfield 241; Agnes Hart 281; Tim Burk 270; Lionel Greva 245; Brad Eider 219; Nedra Williams 221; Larry Dumontler 233; Cheryl Negaard 204; Brenda Stevenson 201. HEPP'S Randy Wolstoncroff 331 (776); Ray Metzger 233; Linda Malcomson 240; Tom Adams 267 (726); Rick Barva 283 (749); Sherry Clark 284; Bill Hamilton 232; Rose Nunweller 217; Harry Mensch 232; Helen Mikula 216; Karlyn Spitzer 234; Allan Seeman 264; Pat Tunsfall 231. YOUNG ADULTS Darwin Romanchuk 341 (779); Dar-rell Lagler 329 (808); Ker Malcomson 321 (798); Klaus Wltzke 308 (737); Bruce Canfield 306 (819); Linda Malcomson 267; Cherye Obermeyer 305 (7421; Karen Bergman 247; Bev Mezei 224; Suian McDonald 220. JCCA ELIMINATION Jim Hlga 290; George Kimura 250; Yutaka Urano 301; Ryo Nagata 286; Tom Hlrashima 324; Suano Ayukawa 267; Kaye Ayukawa 281; Mari Fu|ita 276; Ava Nakl -  inmon 247. kamura 257; Masa Gosh- 32 points and Crow United fourth at 23. Rounding out the all - star squad were Pat Stenbeck of the Kings in goal, Fred Churla of Bellevue and Roy Fox of Kainai sharing blueune honors with Jerry Laderoute and Byron Thompson on the wings. Laderoute, of P i n c h e r, plays right wing while Thompson, of Claresholm Clippers, is a left winger. The coach of the all-stars is Al Grabowsky of Claresholm. In other individual categories Churla was voted top defence-man, Calvez the most gentlemanly and Craig Hornberger of Fort Macleod Broncs the leading rookie. The playoffs, best - of - seven affairs, get under way Thursday and Friday. Thursday night Kainat is at Pincher for the first game while Friday Crow United travels to Bellevue. Other Pincher Creek - Kainai games will be played Saturday, Monday and Wednesday while the Crow - United - Bellevue series continues Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The teams alternate home sites each game. If more games are necessary they will be announced. FOOTHILLS LEAGUE FINAL W L Pincher Croek 26 3 Bellevue ..... 18 11 Kalna) .......14 12 Crow United .. 9 16 Fort Macleod . 8 20 Claresholm 6 21 SCORING LEADERS T F A Pts 1 213 118 53 1 231 154 37 4 231 184 33 5 143 158 23 2 138 228 18 3 149 249 15 G A Pts 72 64 136 46 37 B3 28 45 73 Baird, Kainai....... Pawluk, Bellevue..... Sommerville, Bellevue Calvez, Pincher.......... 30 37 67 Laderoute, Pincher....... 33 31 64 Conrad, Pincher.......... 34 27 61 Hill, Bellevue............ 24 34 58 Healy, Kainai........... 18 40 58 Grier, Kainai........... 29 26 55 Dambois, Bellevue .. .. 23 31 54 509 6th Ave IWUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 By AL McNEIL QUEBEC (CP) - Kevin (Duke) Smale, the bespectacled, 30-year-old skip of British Columbia's rink in the Canadian curling championship is confident his team will win the national curling title. Smale and his Prince George Curling Club foursome hold one of two unbeaten strings going into today's play of the 11-rink, round-robin national final that winds up Friday. Today's fifth and sixth rounds are scheduled for 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. MST. Following Tuesday's third and fourth rounds, Smale emerged with an enviable 4-0 record, while Don Duguid of Manitoba and his Granite Club rink from mi, &mti.........ii....................1 n v1...........r1.....1.......1............1...........'.......i''......g Bowling Banter AT GLENDALE BOWL, the month's outstanding bowler is Jean Paasey who has turned in a number of top performances this season. .She's been averaging around the 248 mark this year and this past > . , week she clicked for two fine efforts which earned her the bowler-of-the-month crown. . in Shoppers' World she put together games of 340, 280 and 250 for an 870 triple and in Doug's she capped a great week by reaching the magic 900 plateau with games of 285, 213 and 308 for 906. . earlier in February she gained a berth on the Southern Alberta team that will participate in the Western Canada finals in Edmonton next month. .John Scatter-good took the men's bowler-of-the-week title, hitting it big in CHEC with 240, 312 and 368 for a fat 920 triple ... at one point he cranked out 15 consecutive strikes over a two-game span before punching out a headpin. .it was his best effort of the campaign and 257 pins over his average. .Bev Swaren took the women's bowler-of-the-week honors with 318, 318 and 169 for an 805 triple in Civil Service, .it was her biggest output of the season and 187 pins over her 206 average. ? ? ? The pins took a beating in league play during the week with Orest Yurchak rolling an 849 triple and Robin Wheeldon 882 in Commercial Men's, Brian Anderson 323 in B and E Hardware, Pat Norlin 300 and 774, Micky Fildes 710, Ev Coutts 767 and Stinky Nicholls 721 in Doug's, Lena Mooore 334, Blair Hurt 822 in Civil Service, John Rem pel 381 and 888, with nine straight strikes in his 381 game, Mary Bogusky 326, John Scattergood 813, Dot Anderson 303 and 773 and Kay Woodman 315 in IOF. .The stars of the week in YBC play were Brian Anderson 239 and a 456 double, Mike Anderson 227 and 451, Kalie Pedrini 227 and 443, Selma Nishimura 242 and 433, David Urban 233 and 403, Gordon Besseling 204, Judy Rapuano 172, Kelly Gross 177, Brent Anderson 204 and 382, Darren Toth 186, Leonne Marsden 167, Mark Trebble 193, Debbie Anderson 177 and Cindy Pedrini 198. JEAN PASSEY Bowler-of-the-month Retains mitt title Foster wins SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) - Bob Foster bombed Hal (TNT) Carroll with numbing, ripping right hands and knocked the chal- Minor hockey The Penguins and Canucks played to a 2-2 tie in Pee Wee action. Terry Sesacuchi and Cary Kamitomo scored for the Penguins while Walter Dyck and Randy Charlesw o r t h netted the Canuck goals. In midget action, ACT downed the Stampeders 5-3. Joe Meli scored twice for the winners with singletons going to Reg Osmond, Ron Moser and Brad Cox. Jim Orich, Norm Michaels and Don Henderson scored for the Stampeders. In Bantam A play, the Jets edged the Red Wings 2 - 1 on goah by Mark Baldry and Dick Rigelhof. Don McKenna scored for the Wings. MUFFLER If you give us $5.99 to install our muffler on your car, we will sell you our muffler for lc. This applies to 1954-64 FORD, DODGE and CHEVROLET 6 CYLINDER AND SMALL V-8-SINGLE EXHAUST EFFECTIVE MARCH 2, 3, 4. lenger from Syracuse, N.Y., out at 2:32 of the fourth round Tuesday night to defend his share of the world light heavyweight boxing championship. It was simply a case of too much reach, too much power and too much poise as Foster took control of the fight in the second round when he dropped Carroll twice. After the first knockdown it was1 just a matter of time. It was the fifth defence of the title Foster won from Dick Tiger in 1968 but it was not rec^ ognized by the World Boxing Association. The WBA withdrew recognition from Foster for failing to defend against a worthy challcngerin a-reasonable length of time and now recognizes Vicente Rondon of Venezuela. Tht fight was in danger of being stopped after the fourth round anyway because of a cut over Carroll's left eye which was gushing blood. But Foster saved the doctor the trouble of coming to the corner by flooring the outmaraied challenger with a left and right. Carroll landed on his stomach and there was never any doubt the fight was over. He barely made a move as referee Manny Gelb tolled the count of 10. Foster, who at 6-foot-three had a tremendous reach advantage over the 5-UVi Carroll, demonstrated the vaunted power he had little chance to show while being knocked out in two rounds by heavyweight champion Joe Frazer last Nov. 18 in Detroit. Shirttail event begins March 8 The annual Shirttail bonspiel is slated for the Lethbridge Curling Club March 8-10, 15-19. Entry fee has been set at $4 for the mixed event. Entries can be sent to the Lethbridge Curling Club, Box 606 or phone 327-1213. Winnipeg were humming to a �0 tune. Smale reached this year's final by beating former national champion Lyall Dagg of Vancouver in the provincial final. The current Prince George foursome had previously made the Canadian event in Oshawa in 1969 and it took a perfect 10-0 record that year by Ron North-cott of Calgary, to beat Smale's 9-1 mark. Smale said after his close, 12th-end, 11-9 victory over Kip Ready of Prince Edward Is-land's Charlottetown Curling Club in the fourth round that has 1969 experience should stand him in good stead here. The Oshawa visit had given his entire crew the confidence necessary to win here, "and I feel we will win." Meanwhile, Duguid, the defending Canadian and world champion, kept rolling along as he won his third consecutive match with an easy 11-6 fourth-round win against Fred Hoar's Nova Scotiians. Asked about his chances of repeating last year's success, Duguid hedged. He said it is too early to predict his chances, because he feels he will face his strongest opposition in future marches. Today the M a n i t o b a rink meets Alberta's Matt Baldwin from Edmonton, named by Duguid as a possible fifth-round barrier. He also must wait until the final day to face Saskatchewan and B.C. In addition to the Smale and Duguid wins Tuesday afternoon, another fourth-round match saw Saskatchewan move to a 3-1 record as the Bob Pickering crew from Avonlea disposed of Bill Tetley of Northern Ontario 11-7. Tetley now has a 2-1 mark. Toronto's Bob Charlebois and his Ontario rink kept pace with the Saskatchewan foursome as he moved past Baldwin's Alberta rink, 11-7, for a 3-1 record. Baldwin now stands 1-3. In the other fourth-round game, New Brunswick's Paul Bordage skipped his Moncton rink to its first victory in four starts with a 12-7 win against Quebec's Bill Ott of Montreal. Ott now has a 1-2 record. Newfoundland's Bob Cole from St. John's had the afternoon bye, and his won-lost record remained 0-3. Quebec had the morning bye. In third-round play Tuesday, Northern Ontario downed New Brunswick, 14-6, B.C. trampled Alberta 16-7, Ontario took a 14-10 win over Nova Scotia in an extra end, Manitoba beat New-foundland 10-6, and P.E.1. 10 win over Nova Scotia in an scored the upset of the day as Ready's rink downed favored Saskatchewan 8-6. Today's fifth round features, in addition to the Duguid-Bald-win clash, Saskatchewan against Quebec, Ontario meeting P.E.I., Nova Scotia versus Newfoundland, and Northern Ontario against B.C. New Brunswick has the bye. The evening sixth round shows Alberta facing Newfoundland, Northern Ontario against Ontario, a meeting between Quebec and B.C., Saskatchewan against New Brunswick, and Manitoba facing P.E.I. Nova Scotia has the bye in the sixth round. STANDINGS w British Columbia........... 4 Manitoba ................. 3 Saskatchewan............. 3 Ontario................ 3 N. Ontario............... 2 P.E.I.................... 2 Quebec..............' i Alberta.............. " i New Brunswick..........". i Newfoundland.......... ' n Nova Scotia............... 0 Eban signs with Argos TORONTO (CP) - Flanker Mike Eben has signed a one-year contract with Toronto Argonauts, in effect completing a Canadian Football League trade which sent him to Edmonton Eskimos last season. Eben went to the Western Conference club in exchange for future considerations, but the Argos retained the option of reclaiming him if they could not reach agreement on another player in exchange. Eben was among the six leading receivers in the West last season with 48 receptions for 733 yards and five touchdowns. But Eben wanted to return to Toronto to continue his language studies at the University of Toronto. "I managed to carry on last year by renting an apartment in Edmonton and returning to Toronto immediately after the season was over," Eben said. "I got a call from coach (Leo) Cahill about two weeks ago asking me to come and see him. "He said he had been speaking with Edmonton about my return, but my first concern was that I would be playing first string. At least I wanted that chance until I either succeeded or played my way out of it" M�OltI\S ANDY CAPP Jerry West sidelined By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerry West has been injured again and it could mean trouble for Los Angeles Lakers. West, wnose brilliant National Basketball Association career has been dotted with a long string of disabling injuries, suffered torn right knee ligaments Tuesday night in Los Angeles' 131-118 victory over Buffalo Braves. Elsewhere, New York Knicks took Baltimore Bullets 109-95, San Diego Rockets topped Philadelphia '76ers 111-103, Detroit Pistons whipped Portland Trail Blazers 128-122 and Atlanta Hawks, downed Seattle Super-Sonics 128-116. Los Angeles led throughout the game against the Braves. Gail Goodrich led the Lakers with 30 points while Don May led all scorers, with 40, matching a Buffalo club record. Willis Reed led New York with 21 points as the Knicks whipped Baltimore. San Diego got 27 points from Calvin Murphy-18 of them in the fourth quarter-to whip the '76ers. Rookie Bob Lanitr poured in a pro career high of 38 points and Dave Bing's hot hand produced 34 more as Detroit whipped Portland. Rookie Geoff Petrie had 41 for the Trail Blazers. ' *.n.n.*.Mn.m.T>-.^T""*"-""-"^^""".---*"------------ NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T P A Boston ...... 45 10 7 307 W. New York ... .39 Montreal Toronto Detroit , Buffalo Vancouver 10 202 142 12 224 1(7 5 21S 175 8 170 228 11 166 241 6 166 233 Chicago St. Louis ..... Philadelphia .. Minnesota .. . Pittsburgh .. . Los Angeles . California . . NHL LEADERS Western Division , ... 41 15 6 228 149 26 19 16 169 158 24 28 10 171 181 22 29 14 157 195 19 29 15 178 186 18 32 11 182 237 17 43 3 153 234 O A P Pim 53 66 119 46 76 105 49 90 Esposlto, Bot ... Orr, Bos ............29 Bucyk, Bos......... 41 Hodge, Bos......... 38 52 90 R. Hull, Chi......... 39 42 81 Ullman, Tor........ 29 46 75 Cashman, Bos...... 20 47 67 Keon, Tor.......... 33 39 66 Bellveau, Mtl ....... 20 42 62 Ratelle, NY ......... 24 36 60 Mikita, Chi......... 17 43 60 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Quebec...... 23 23 12 170 179 Montreal ... . 23 25 11 186 197 Providence . . 20 24 11 190 208 Springfield .. . 20 30 7 186 239 West Division Baltimore .. . 35 14 7 218 166 Cleveland .. . 28 7t t 207 158 Hershey ..... 21 26 9 181 176 Rochester .. . 20 27 9 174 189 HOCKEY SCORES National Boston 6 Minnesota 0 American Providence 3 Baltimore 3 Central Tulsa 6 Amarillo 4 Kansas City 2 Fort Worth 2 Eastern Charlotte 10 Salem 2 international Dcs Molnies 5 Dayton 2 Ontario Senior Glngston 4 leads best-of-seven quarter- Orlllia 5 Orlllia final 3-0 Bar.ie 4 Barrie final 2-1 Oakvllle 1 leads best-of-seven quarter- Saskatchewan Stnler Moose Jaw 7 Saskatoon 3 Ontario Junior Ottawa 7 Montreal 4 Peterborough 10 Hamilton 9 Oshawa 5 Toronto 4 London 4 Niagara Palls 1 Central Junior Ottawa t Brockville 3 Ottawa leads best-of-seven semi-final 1-0 Thunder Say Marrs 7 Hurricanes * Merrs lead best-of-seven final 2-1 Manitoba Junior St. Boniface 6 West Klldonan 4 St. Boniface leads Wst-of-seven quarter-finals 1-0 Dauphin 6 Kenora I Dauphin leads best-of-stv�ft quarter* final 1-0 St. James 5 Winnipeg 1 St. James leads best-of-saven quarter-final 1-0 Portage la Prairie 7 Selkirk 0 Poriage la Prairie leads best-of-seven quarter-final 1-0 Western Canada Brandon 4 Esfevan 0 Swift Current 4 Winnipeg 1 Regina 5 Flln Flon 2 Edmonton 3 Calgary 1 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn 3 Melville 2 Weyburn leads best-of-seven itrol-final 2-1 Britlsih Columbia Junior Penticton 9 Vernon 4 New Westminster 5 Victoria 5 Western International Spokane 10 Cranbrook 3 Spokane leads best-of-seven semifinal 1-0 BASKETBALL NBA Detroit 128 Portland 122 New York 109 Baltimore 85 San Diego 111 Philadelphia 103 Los Angeles 131 Buffalo 111 ABA Texas 130 New York 127 SOCCER Division I Wolverhampton 0 Arsenal 1 Division II Charlton 1 Watford 2 Division III Fulham 2 Bristol Rovers 1 Division IV Newport 2 Stockport 1 CLEARANCE H70-15 4-PLY NYLON WIDE OVALS NOW ONLY     .95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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