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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IBTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, March 7, 1972 Jackson rates skaters Miss Rodina holds pairs' key Donald Jackson ot Osh- Onl., ivtiose triple lulz performed in winning the iv o r 1 d championship hi Vragiie exactly 10 years ago lias never even been at- templed in competition since, is attending HIP world figure-skating champion- ships in Calgary as an ob- server. In a slorv written exclusively for The Cana- dian Press, R free-lane? givqs his choices for the medals in tlie cliamition- sliips which open today. Ily DONALD JACKSON CALGARY (CP) -The pairs competition be Hie first to finish al the meet here, so leLs look at thorn first. The gold medalists are Irina Rodnina and Aleksei Ulanov.of Russia, but at the Olympic Games in Sapporo last monUi they held only the slimmest of margins over (lie other Russian pai mila Sni imova and Andrei Suraikin. The points were 4-20.4 to 419.') and Rodni- BR1TISH PAIR Colin Taylforth, 18, and Linda Con- nolly, 19, former British pairs champions, execute a double overhead lift Mondoy while practising for the World figure skating championships at Calgary. The championships open 1oday. Kasting breaks Alberta record Wendy Hastings was brilliant and led the Lethbridge Ama- teur Swim Club to an easy vic- tory over the host Great Falls Swim Club in tlie Montana city over the weekend. Kasting smashed the Alberta record in the 200 metre back- stroke with a time of 2.35.2 and then added a victory in the free style and butterfly evenls to give the local club a 117' point margin over their hosts. Henry Van Egteren was also outstanding, capturing wins in all four evenls he took part in. swimming in the 13-1-1 hoy's age group. Cindy Gleb, competing In tho girl's 13-14 category came up with a pair of victories along with a second and third place finish while in the girl's open division Leslie Johnson man- aged a first place oulir.g in Iho breast stroke event along with three thirds. Rob Emerson was the t o p Lethbridge swimmer in tho boy's H-12 division winning three firsts while Mark Hut- ledge followed willl a first and three seconds. The girl's 11-12 category was led by Brenda Oleksy's first and second place finishes. In the boy's 10 and under Mark Rabick swam lo Ihree first place ribbons while Steven Syme nabbed a firsi, .second and third place finishes. Lori Lavkulik managed a vic- tory in the breast stroke, a sec- ond and a third to pace the 10 and under girls. In the boy's open class Loren Kemmet racked up three firsts while Bill Syme added a first and two seconds. The Lothbridge swimmers also picked up four relay vic- tories in the open age group. Big Jack deposits MIAMI (API Jack Nick-i laus nipped another into his bank's night deposit chulc on the way home Monday after streaking past Arnold Palmer as golf's all-time money winner. The 32-year-old Golden Bear then pondered other goals. "Money's nice darn, it's said Mcklans, "But winning major championships big my persona] barometer. "It was nice to pass Palmer, but I've still got to catch Bobby Jones." Nicklaus's 70 in Mon- day's fourth round of tlie Coral Eastern open didn't approximate his M of Sunday for excitement, hut it got the job done with a 12-un- der-par total of 276. Lee Trevino got nowhere, shooting even-par 72 for 278 and a tie for second money of with 63 shooter Bob Ros- biirg. Sam Snead also had a 72 on a blustery afternoon for a fourth-place 279 and MAKES A MILLION Nicklaus' payday gave him for slightly over 10 years as a pro since leaving the Ohio Slate campus. Palmer. iO- years older, has a lifetime tour bankroll of J'26.83. "Tlie older I get, the more I enjoy golf." said Nicklaus. "I got tired of golf in the mid- IMO's I took it for j granted." i Toronto's Ben Kern finished with a 73 and a 290 total worth I Nicklaus logged rounds of 71- 71-64-70 to win his 36th tour title. Snead, despite 84 victories, has earned "At my said the 52' year-old Snead, "you have lo be happy to stay so close to these boys. "iVicklaiLS is as great a player as I've ever seen and I enjoyed being paired with him in the last round." DEALS WHEELS WHEELS BY DURACHROME VOLKSWAGEN ACCESSORIES THE SPEEDSTER WHEEL VOLKSWAGEN 68 and UP Reg. 61.95 AT Now Only Ea. TURBO CHROME WHEEL WITH NUTS ond BABY MOON CAP Reg- 34.95 Ol QC Now Only En. I .73 DATSUN or TOYOTA VOLKSWAGEN CHROME WHEEIS 62-67 Reg. 34.95 Ol O Now Only Ea. .7 VOLKSWAGEN CHROME p 21.95 WHEELS 68 AND UP Reg, 34.95 Now Only MAG-SLOT Ea 3395 DATSUN TOYOTA Reg. 55.95 Complete with Centre Cop and Nuls VOLKSWAGEN ACCESSORIES CHROME BOOM TUBE TIGER WOOD TRIM SET Rag. 19.95. Q Qc 66 ond Re Only 19.30 Qnlv 24.95 IGNITION TUNE-UP KIT VW 68-70 Regular Now Reduced to Only................... 7.95 LICENSE PLATE FRAMES LICENSE BOLTS From 1.73 Only 350 ol VISOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS ORLON FUR PILE ALL SKLCARRIERS SEAT COVERS Jf REDUCED 10% SAVE MORE AT YOUR AUTO STORE MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (1971) LTD. 42T 5th STREET S, PHONE 327-4951 ORDER BY MAIL Bowling ISABEL BERGMAN tops the women CAPRI BOWL, the coveted howler-of-the-month awards go to Ken King and Isabel Bergman Ken. who has enjoyed some highly productive sessions lliis year, cut loose for a brilliant 992 triple, highest of the year, on the strength of games of 321, 345 and 326 and the big outing also boosted liis av- erage over the 250 mark Isabel turned on the steam in February to take the honors among the gals, rolling three 800-plus triples and taking over high triple in Green's Shoes with 21li, 347 and 356 for a great 927 The men's bowler-nf-the-week is Lovra Novak who, with a 218 average in Green's, fashioned a sizzling 383 to tie for high single and wound up with an 873 triple Alice Kolibas, sparing in Morning Coffee, joined the 350 club with a 353 to get the nod among the women with special mention going to Nel Macintosh who rolled 314 p'ms over her 163 average with 235-250-279 for a 784. Tliree new season highs were set during Hie week with Ken Kurtz rolling a 934 triple in Green's, Lovra Novak 388 single to tie for the lead in Green's and Kathy Ludwig with a 757 triple in Eagles Lodge. There was no stopping the Lethbridge YBC con- tingent in the Alberta final held in Red Deer out of the 36 berths, the local stars garnered 16 to step squarely in the spotlight Harvie Pocza, bowling in the bantam singles, edged the defending Canadian champion from Slettler, Kevin Strict, 701 to ,700 in the three-game rolloff The bantam girls team of Bev Salmon, Lori Csaki, Sandra Hamil- ton, Jennifer Mabin and Cindy Pedrini won the pro- vincial crown as did the bantam boys of Rod Mai- chow, Steven Kenwood, Michael Gerla, Robin Stanton and Bill Todd The junior girls, the defending champions, copped the laurels again with Cherye Obermeyer, Lori Smeed, Lori Palmarchuk, Leslie Killins and Nadine Kovacs forming the team Brenda Pedersen placed second in the junior girls singles with Ken Kurtz (bird in the senior boys sin- gles and the senior and junior boys teams placing third it was a solid effort by the locals with the winners moving into the national final in Sudbury in April. There were many stellar efforts in league play during the week some of the stars were Roy LaValley with 355 and 768 in Senior Citizens, Ken Kurtz 354 and 863, John Wildman 340, Ron Taylor 326 and 829 and Bert Mezei 3-12 in Gordie's, Darrell Lagler an 866 triple, Lovra Novak 388 and 878 Ken Kurtz 355 and 934 in Green's, Barry Tollestrup 363 and 803 in Henry Homes, Mike Tobo 345 and 342 and Ryo Nagata 369 in .JCCA. Randy Wolston- croft 848 and Ken Larson 335 and 848 in Young Adults, and Steven Kenwood 304, John Wildman 306 and Darrell Lagler 316 in YBC play. The leading ladies were Nora Hofforth 285 and 748 in Senior Citizens, Cherye Obermeyer 305 and and Marietta Praskach 346 in Iliga's, .lean Christie 314 and 765 and Jean Passey an 836 triple in Speedys, Alice Kolibas 353 in Morning Coffee, Linda Malcomson 322 and 767 in Green's, Jean Passey 353 and 856 in Sundquist, Lena Moore 329 and 776 in Civil Service and Linda Malcomson 308 and 762 in Young Adults Major Mixed was led by Jean Passey 305 and 806, Dianne Violini 304 and 863, L c w Mills 300 and 800, Bruce McKHIop 345, Bob Coslanzo 303 and 842 and John Hem pel with a 836 triple. a-TJlanova led 12 to 15 in ordi- als. How they finish will depend n how inspired they are. And inch may depend on how MJss odnina feels after the accident i practice which sent her to ospilal for 24 hours. But she as the reputation of the tnongcst of Uie two girls. The Russians should come 1-: gain, but it's third place thai ould be a toss-up. The United States' pair of Jo- Star buck and Ken Shelle> ere third in tlie last world's nd fourth at the Olympics. Bui lanueJa Gross and Kagrl- iann of East Germany were ourth in the previous world's and thiiti at the Olympics. The ronze m edal could go eit her SURE THING In the men's singles, there oesn't appear to be anyone Ondrej Ncpela of Czecho- lovakia. He's by far the bes male skater in the world fo f igures. He's ade _uate in calcu- ating skater as opposed to an inspired one. The Russian boy, Sergei Chnt n, should hold second with Patrick Pcra o "rancc, tlie bronze medalist a' apporo, retired, a g ain t liird alace is open. It could be a battle between Shelley and Ms team-mate 'ohn Petkevich who were -1-5 by i whisker in the points to and .-13 to n ordinals. For the ladies, it should be Jeatrbc Scliuba of Austria a" he way. She got solid firsL rom the nine judges in Sappor and held nearly 100 points ovc ;ilver-medalist Karen ft fagnus ;en of Canada. The fight here appears to h or second, between Magnusse and Janet Lynn of Ihe U.S. Julie Holmes of the U.S., wh was strong in figures, ha turned profe ssional bu t ther are one or two others tb watch THEY'LL CHALLENGE The ones to challenge Mag nussen and Lynn are Sonja Mor gen stern of East Germany an a real 13-year-old Dor othy; Hamill of Uie U.S. Miss Hamil! is a strong fro skater with gcod jumps. SI" won an international meet la; summer al St. Gcrvals, France and repeat with a first Germany, tut this is her appearance in world company Her figures aren't as strong a (hey wili be as she grows She's definitely one lo watch i Uie future. Tlie fourth gold medal goes t the dance pairs and the Ru siaiis have been first in this ca egory for the last two or thre years. But the English have a wa ys been up there and t h. West Ger man tea m of En c and Aiigelika Buck could pn vide an upset. Judy Schwomeyer and Jann Sladky of the U.S. are highly re garded tliis year. They con take it all. CAFF VER I IT'S NOT FOR 'WANT I'M AUWAVS U30KIN FOR WORK TVW-S QUITE A TRICK A TEtW J AN1 LOOKIN1 FOR WORK AT THE E TIME bURIN'THE COMMERCIALS! Pronghorns tie Bottlers 4-4 U of L Pronghorns came up vith two goals late in the fi- nal period to Purity Boi- ling 4-1 in City Recreation hockey League action Monday night. Bottlers were just a whisker away from clinching a playoff spot and need at least another Pawluk hot for Buffs Bellevue Buffaloes got six goals from Lloyd Pawluk and some erratic shooting from the Fort Macleod Broncs and look a one-game lead in their best- of-seven Foothills Hockey League semi-final with a 13-6 win. Pawluk led the way as the Buffs took period leads of 5-2 and 10-3 before splitting six goals in the final period. Pinky MacDonald added three markers for the Buffs while Roy Hill managed two. Singles went lo Jim Fraser and Tom Houda. Bill and Gordon Goriik each scored twice for the Broncs. Craig Hornberger and Dennis Ncssman accounted for one each. Broncs, wlio got the nod on etght of 21 minor penallies in Ihe game, outshot the Buffs 51 tie In their two remaining games. Miners' Library, who are fighting the Boltleis for the fourth playoff berth, need vic- tories in their final two games and must hope the Bottlers go winless. If this occurs, both clubs will sport 115 points apiece, but tha Miners' may earn the spot, due to their better goal produc- tion during the season. Labor Club, Williams Flyers and the Pronghorns have al- ready reached tha champion- ship playoffs. In last night's contest, Bottlers picked up a 3-1 lead afler two periods of play, but the Pronglmrns out-scored them in the third. Vic Palychuk notched two goals for the Bottlers while Bob Bartlett and Neil Kristjanzoo added singles. Jim Stewart, Wally Tunow, Al Ferchuk and Gary Smith tallied a goal each for the Pronghorns. In the second encounter of Uie evening, tlie pennant-win- ning Labor Club Canucks blast- ed in four unanswered goals in the firsl period and tliree more in the third to blank William Flyers 7-0. The second period was score- less. Tim Negrcllo, Al Howntree and Ed Sloboda tallied twice for the Canucks while Garth Lamb chipped in wilji a solo marker. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Local judoists sharp A strong contingent from the Leihbridge YMCA Judo Club traveller? to VauxbaN over the weekend and came away with an impressive share of Uie tro- phies. The one-day competition was sponsored by the Eastern Irri- gation District Judo Club and the VaiKhall Judo Club. Neil Delude led things off by winning the under 60 pound s class. Blaine Bartel was third in the under 70 while bridge judoists swept the first three places in the under BO class. Darryl McLellan was the winner with Steven Ts tiji u ra second followed hy Bart Green- way in third place. In the un- der GO pounds competition the win went to Robert Ferguson. The locals earned another three-place sweep In tiw under 100 bracket BS Wayne Tsukishima, David Rae and Murray Prltchard were one- two-third in order of finish. Tom Green way added another first for the locals in the under ISO olass while Gary Kay was second in the 151 pounds and over competition. In Black Belt action Greg Senda won the lightweight title while Dave Potter won the heavyweight. G r e i g Wheeler bested Byron Tcmpleton in the lightweight final of the senior competition. Joe Moli won the middleweight title. ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Cal Coixjars 3S 13 Red Deer rcks 3? 15 ?3 IB Lelhbridg Edin Moveri 15 30 Drumheller U 32 Edm Leafs 10 23 (Seven wins deducted Leafs for usfng Ineligible NATIONAL LEAGUE EaiF Division V BoMon v York itrea! Toronto DelrolT iffalo Vancouver Weslern Olvist California PiHsburgh Los Anqele F A Pli lil 70 760 171 W ?iO I9S 55 41 134 W 3? 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