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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD March 3, 1975. 'GOT A LITTLE 3DBR5RWU PET-OWN THESE 9XKS AN1 MENBTHE TEAR IN GOOD ATTAKIN1 WE MIND OFF tMNW- SUCH AS STAKIN' ME POR A DRINK PR SLIPPIN1 OUT1O BINGO Warriors sweep series, Bees win in last second Cardston Cougars finally beaten, 'Butte wins Southwest Conference The Cardslon Cougars, after winning their first 12 straight games in the Southern Alberta 4A Boys Basketball League, were finally handed their first loss Saturday night. With Jeff Hill's "16 point performance leading the way, the Raymond Comets built up a 34 26 halftime lead, and hung on to upset the Cougars by a narrow 57 56 margin. Mark Demeester added 12 points for the Comets while Walter Armsworthy, with 17 points, and Rod Beazer with 11 led Cardston. At Winston Churchill, Perry Mirkovich pumped through 20 points in leading his Bulldogs to a 47 34 triumph over the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Rams. Mike Sheen was tops for the Rams with 10 points. In Magrath, Don Mehew hooped 16 points and Vince Barker added 12 as the Magrath Zeniths dumped Catholic Central Cougars 55 43. Bob Moser rimmed 12 points to lead CCHS, which trailed 28 24 at the half. In junior varsity action, Cardston Wildcats rebounded from an upset loss Friday night to edge Raymond Mustangs 61 54 Saturday. Paul Secretin had 17 points while Lance Bevin and Hal Sloane contributed 11 points each for the winners. Dave Williams, Doug Mendenhall, and Brian Hicken each picked up 12 points for the Mustangs. A 10 point performance by Paul Wolsey led a well balanced Magrath Eagle at- tack as the host club downed CCHS Flyers in another junior varsity contest. Dominic Santangelo hooped 13 points and Renero Zucco .added 10 for the Flyers, who trailed 14 6 at t he half. The LCI Colts came back from a 14 8 deficit at the half to nip the Winston Churchill Mastiffs 37 33 in the final junior varsity game Saturday. Alex Gepneris paced LCI with 18 points while Brian Saleski was tops for Winston Churchill with 17 points. In the Southwest Conference, first place was on the line in the final game of the season, and the contest turned out to be worthy of its billing. A Fort Macleod Flyer basket came just one second too late Saturday night as Pic- ture Butte Sugar Kings held on for a 48 47 victory and the regular season title. The Sugar Kings led 28 24 at the half, but Fort Macleod battled back to tie it 44 44 at the end of regulation time. In the overtime Picture Butte outscored the Flyers 4 3, but were only saved by the buzzer as Fort Macleod almost won it with a last ditch effort. Terry Hanna led the winners with 16 points while Murray Hughes added 10. Jack Lemire's 17 point per- formance paced the Flyers while Cliff Donohue and Tom Lemire chipped in with 10 points apiece. The win gave Picture Butte a 13 -1 record for the season while the Flyers dropped to 11 -3. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE (Final) Varsity W L Pll Picture Bulls ...........13 1 26 F. P Walshe............11 3 22 'Kale Andrews ..........10 4 20 W. R. Myers............ 8 6 16 Willow Creek 6 8 12 Stirling................. 4 10 8 Milk River 3 11 6 Vauxhall................ 1 13 2 Junior Vanity W L Pti 0 24 Kale Andrews ..........10 2 20 f. P.-Walshe............ 6 6 12 W. R. Myers............ 6 6 12 Willow Creek ...........5 7 10 Picture Butte 39 6 Vauxhall................ 0-12 0 44 LEAGUE Vanity W L Pli Cardston ...............12 1 Winston Churchill....... 9 4 18 Raymond............... 8 5 16 Magrath................ i 12 Lelhbrldge Collegiate 4 9 8 Catholic Central 0 13 0 Junior Vanity W L Pis Cardston...............12 1 24 Magrath............ 9 1 18 Raymond............... 8 5 16 Lethbridge Collegiate 5 8 10 Winston Churchill....... 4 9 8 Catholic Central 1 12 2 In the'junior varsity con- test, Fort Macleod Ansons got 12 points from Clarence Vos as they downed Picture Butte Bears 34 38. Clipper Queens in provincials; Coaldale, 'Butte lose their bid Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Clipper Queens earned the right U> advance to the Alberta 4 A girl's cham- pionships when they came through the round robin ,southern zone tournament staged at the LCI Saturday un- defeated. The Queens defeated Medicine Hat High 59 20 in their first game and then ran up a 65 28 score over Brooks in the final contest. LCI led 31-12 at half time in the Medicine Hat game and held the visitors to only three field baskets in the entire game. Connie Frouws and Cathy Fraser were the leading LCI point getters with 14 apiece. In the second game Frouws and Fraser once again led the point parade with 14 each. The Queens led 26 20 at the half in their game with Brooks. Sharon McNally had eight for Brooks. Curved sticks won one, and lost one for Suns DRUMHELLER (CP) Turnabout, they say, is fair play, and the play was very fair over the weekend as Taber Golden Suns and Drumhcller Falcons split a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League contests. Using over curved sticks cost the Falcons two goals and the game Saturday night as they were defeated 4 3 by the Suns, But Sunday, Drumhcller skated to a 6 5 triumph when a sixth Taber goal was dis- allowed when the officials rul- ed the scorer's stick had an il- legal curve. In the Saturday game, Taber goals were by Don Renner, Chris McMasters, Ted Weist and Bernie Syrenne. Ryan Wecker, Roger Mitchell and Ron Rose replied for the Falcons. Drumheller goals in the first and third periods were disallowed after officials dis- covered that the scorers were using over curved sticks. Taber led 2 -1 after the first period and the score was tied 2 2 alter the second. Taber outshot Drumheller 38 32. The Falcons look nine of 17 minor penalties and Taber had two of three game mis- conducts. Sunday, Ryan Wecker and Merlin Malinowski each scored two goals to lead Drumheller to victory. Randy Marshal and Gary Smith rounded out the Drumheller scoring. Tom Schrieber, Darcy Virostek, Randy Joevanazzo, Don fienner and CTtris McMasters scored for the Golden Suns. Taber took 18 of 31 minor penalties, one of three ma- jors, one misconduct and two misconducts. Both sides had 39 shots on goal. Vince Magnam scored three goals and assisted on two others to lead Spruce Grove Mets to a 10 -1 Alberta Junior Hockey League victory over The Pass Red Devils Sunday. Ray Sommer. with two, Kim Spencer, Paul Messier, Jeff Elkow, Murray Dey and Kelly Bunn completed the scoring, while Ken Falkenberg replied for the losers. The Mets outshot The Pass 54 13 and took five of eight minor penalties. Both clubs had one major. Mendel Vysohlid's third goal of the game after 48 seconds of sudden death overtime gave Calgary Canucks a 6 5 win over Red Deer Rustlers Sunday night. Ted Atkinson, Bill Keeley and Kent Lowry scored the other goals for the Canucks, who outshot Red Deer 40 32. Rod Pimm, with two, Terry Wittchen, George Wright and Darryl Sutler handled the Red Deer scoring. Red Deer drew 11 of 17 minor penalties and the Canucks took two miscon- ducts. The Rustlers led 2 I after the first period and the teams were tied 3 3 after the second. Red Deer took one goal leads twice jn the third, but Vysohlid's second goal at of the period forced the overtime. Brooks defeated Medicine Hat 43 32 in the opening game of the tournament, and as a result also earned the right to travel to Edmonton to compete in the provincial championships because they finished second in the tourna- ment at the LCI. LCI will meet the second place team from the Calgary tournament in their opening game at Edmonton March 7 and 8, while Brooks will have to go against the second place Edmonton team. In other girl's high school basketball action over the weekend Picture Butle dropped a close 36 31 deci- sion to Grande Prairie and finished in second spot in the Alberta High School Girls AA basketball championship. The 'Butte gals led 18 17 at the half but faltered in the se- cond stanza. The game was played in Grande Prairie. In Medicine Hat, Coaldale dropped a narrow 35 31 ver- dict to Medicine Hat Crescent Heights and also ended up in second spot in quest for a provincial championship. Coaldale had earlier defeated Camrose 39 28 to advance to the AAA girls' final. Bears win series 2-0 EDMONTON (CP) Jim Ofrim, Steve McKnight and Clarke Jantzie each scored twice to lead University of Alberta Golden Bears to an 8- 4 victory over University of Brandon Bobcats to win the quarter finals of the Cana- dian Intercollegiate Athletic Union hockey playoff Satur- day night. Alberta took the best of three series in two straight games. The teams were tied 1 1 after the first period but Alberta outshot Brandon 28 8 in the second period and out- scored them 4 1 for a 5 2 lead after 40 minutes. Kevin Primeau and Oliver Steward also scored for Alberta while Ofrim, John Slmkin and Brian Middleton each contributed three paints. Lethbridge Warriors defeated Brooks 6 3 Saturday to sweep their best of three Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League semi final series two games straight. The Warriors will now ad- vance to the finals against the winner of the Lethbridge Elks Taber Juvenile series which is slated to get under way Wednesday at the Civic Ice Centre at p.m. Saturday Michel Dumont scored twice for the Warriors and Richard Shardlow, Ron Moser, Dave Jackson and Ken Bod added single goals. Bob Smith potted two for 'Brooks and Bob Pritchard picked up the other. In other Minor Hockey League playoff action the Labor Club Bees scored with one second remaining to gain a 6 5 victory over Pincher Creek in Bantam B provincial playoff action. The win gave the Bees' the two game total goal series 9 -8. Darin Chaki and Warren Calder scored two goals apiece for the winners and John Jacobson and Brian Kanewisher scored one each. The Pincher Creek goal scorers were unavailable. In the first game of their total goal series the (Lethbridge ACT Bantam A Reps defeated Medicine Hat Toyotas 8 2. Goal scorers were unavailable for both teams. In provincial Midget A playoffs, a goal by Earl Ingar- field Jr. at the mark of the third period Sunday gave the Lethbridge Midget Elks a 4 4 tie in the game, and a vic- tory in their two game total goal series with Medicine Hat Cablevision. LeRoy Pavan had scored twice Saturday to lead the Elks to a 4 3 triumph in the first game. In the first round of Midget B playoff action, Lethbridge Midget Cous got goals from Mauro Caftoni and Walter Montina as '.hey earned a 2 2 tie with Pincher Creek Sun- day Duane Lendrum and Randy Syrenne had the other goals The tje gave lne Colts the Saturday while Pavan, Bruce two game total goal series by Mock and Greg Maxwell, an 8 65 count-, and sends them along with Ingarfteld ac- inlo thc second round against counted for the Elk scoring the Nanton port Macleod Sunday. series winner. INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1709- 2nd Ave. South Phone 328-5973 V V f I All our new Monte Carlos will be on display in the shop every Saturday. Drop in and chat with one ol the Beny boys and you too could drive away in a beautiful new Monte Carlo. 100 Brand New 1975 Monte Carlos' just arrived at Beny's because we're the Oshawa Connection. Come in and see our great stock of new Monte Carlos truckloads coming into Beny's, that's why we're having a Truckload Sale. Because we have so many in stock, we can afford to sell them for less! Even if you weren't planning on buying this year it will pay you to reconsider. We've got all colors... and with the most popular options, elegant styling, fine interior appointments, and unique handling characteristics. And with us to back it up, that's a tough combination to beat. It's Big Saving Time, so connect with the Monte Carlo you want at Beny's nowl and on top of this: Every buyer of one of these beautiful new Monte Carlos is eligible for a Free Draw for 25 to 75 gallons of gas. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. 8th St. South Phone 328-1101 ;