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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta # - THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD - Monday, March 8, 1971 Rustlers stop Cougars twice Kings come home two games up SOUTHWEST CHAMPIONS - The Stirling Lakers won the Southwest Zone B Boys basketball championship Saturday. The winners are, front row, left to right, Brian Nelson, equipment, Brian Peterson, Brent Hergot, Gordon Pingilly and Desmond MeKee. Back row, left to right, Jack Hicken, coach, Gary Nilsson, Larry Webster, Fred Romeril, Ferris Zaugg, Spencer Zaugg, Paul Zaugg and Kent Wood assistant coach. Lakers edge Picture Butte in final Stilling reigns in Southwest . ... ____ #__1%*.!..... T>..ll* ...HI. By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Stirling Lakers came up with an electrifying second half finish and captured the Southwest Zone "B" Boys Basketball Tournament play-off championship held at the Winston Churchill High School Saturday Bight. The Lakers came back from an 11-point deficit at half time to trim the Picture Sugar Kings 46-42 in the championship final, allowing themselves a crack at the Alberta title next weekend. Enroute to the championship final the Lakers side-lined the Fort Macleod Flyers 5945 in their tourney opener and kept alive their bid for the title by squeezing past the Vauxhall Vikings 56-53 Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile the Picture Butte Sugar Kings on their road to the final match trimmed the Kate Andrews Gaels of Coal-dale 56-53 Friday night and used a foul shot to nick the host Winston Churchill Bulldogs 44-43 Saturday afternoon in the semi-finals. In the championship final Saturday night the Picture Butte squad started out quickly and picked up a five-point lead after the first quarter of play. They padded the lead by six before half time and carried a 26 15 margin going into the second half. Coach John Hicken was a key factor in the Lakers' comeback victory as he constantly urged his players to put forth the extra effort. As the third quarter concluded the Lakers cut the deficit down to six points and continued to chip away the Sugar Kings' lead until the 3:30 mark of the final session. At this time the Lakers grabbed share of the lead for the first time in the contest as the scoreboard read 4040. During these last three and a half minutes the action got hot and heavy with both clubs trying desperately to gain control of the ball. The Lakers pushed their lead to 4240 and hit once more for a 4440 lead Picture Butte came back with two points quickly but watched Gordon Penguilly cruise in for an easy two-point lay-up. Paul Zaugg "put the icing on the cake" as he swished two foul shots to allow his club the four point difference. By then it was just a matter of 30 seconds be- Comets play-off In Raymond the Comets picked up a play-off spot in the provincial "A" Boys final which will be held in Calgary next weekend while the Catholic Central Cougars' season came to an end. After two days of play in the Southern Alberta "A" Boys' Basketball Tournament playoff held in Raymond the Comets cruised to two straight victories for the berth in the Alberta finals. fore they accepted the championship trophy. The Lakers hit on 68 per cent of their shots while the Sugar Kings managed baskets 44 per cent of the time. Brent Hergot was outstanding for the Lakers hooping 19 points while Paul Zaugg chipped in with 14. Randy Karren was high man clinch berth Local rink triumphs Jack Gorrie's Lethbridge rink retained the Alberta Army, Navy and Air Force curling championship over the weekend at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Gorrie, last year's dominion champ, and his mates emerged from the "B" division to stop Calgary twice and earn a trip to Vancouver for the dominion final. With Gorrie on his rink were Tony Coutts, Joe Seaman and Tom Lewko. Along with Gorrie and the Calgary entry a second Lethbridge rink, skipped by Ray Culley and an Edmonton entry completed the four-rink play-down. It's your move. Friday night the Comets blistered the backboards and came up with a 6549 victory over the Cougars while Saturday night thev repeated their strong performance with a 6445 trouncing over the Magrath Zeniths. The Cougars on the other hand suffered one of their toughest setbacks of the season as they were trimmed 38-36 by the LCI Rams eliminating them from further action. The Rams and the Zeniths each have a chance to win the final play-off spot though as both clubs have only lost once in the double knockout affair, They meet tonight. Rams were dropped 41-30 by the Zeniths in the tourney opener Friday night while the Zen tish could not overcome the powerful Comets' attack Saturday. In Saturday's action the Cou gars trailed the Rams 17-15 at half time but could not overcome the two point difference before the buzzer sounded. Bryce Thomson led the Rams attack with 17 points while Rick Andreachuk chipped in with nine. In the Raymond - Magrath encounter the Zeniths trailed the Comets 29-23 at half time and could not close the six point gap. Lloyd Fairbanks was brilliant for the Comets hooping 34 big points while Gary Williams chipped in with 12. Don Hamilton shone for the Zeniths with an 18 point outing while Craig Leishman managed 10 in a losing cause. Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity tor modern infantry training in a man's world of action among men. We're interested in you and we look after you. You'll get experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of 30 days leave each year. As well as the opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Counsellor will give you all the details on the infantry-make your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon to 8 p.m. Tuetdav. Mar. 9. 1971 and Wednesday, Mar.' 10, 1971. for Picture Butte with 15 points while Ned Bosjnak added 14. In the Consolation match the host Bulldogs picked up stunning 72-58 victory over the Vauxhall Vikings as they also came back to beat their opponents. The Bulldogs led 22-19 at half time but found themselves trailing 4948 after the third quarter. The final quarter was completely dominated by the Bulldogs though, as they outscored the Vikings 24-9. Stu Dow led the Bulldogs with 16 points but was followed closely by Ken Nakama who netted 14. Gary Gillespie rammed home 30 points for the Vikings which was a tournament high. In the two semi-final matches earlier in the day the Vikings' fourth quarter effort fell short of the mark and they consequently suffered a 56-53 setback to Stirling. At half time the Lakers held a 33-27 lead and could only increase it by two going into the final frame. Down by eight at this time the Vikings gave it their all but could not catch the Lakers before the game ended. Paul Zaugg led the Lakers with 15 points while Gordon Pengilly and Desmond McKee chipped in with 13 and 12 points respectively. For the Vikings Lynn Jacob-son swished 17 points while Rod Mattson notched 15 and Allister McNiven 12. Foul shots decided the winner in the other semi-final encounter as the Winston Churchill Bulldogs, who held a slim 43-42 lead over the Picture Butte Sugar Kings, were bypassed when the Kings sunk the two shots. The contest was a back-and-forth affair as they were tied 15-15 at half time. The situation didn't change much by the end of the third frame with the Sugar Kings leading 27-25. Jack Chymboruk topped the Bulldogs' scoring with 15 points while Barry Hughes hit for 10 for the Sugar Kings. The Stirling Lakers will now represent the Southwest "B" Boys Conference in the Alberta finals which will be held at the Winston Churchill High School next weekend. EDMONTON (Special)-"Everything went just fine." It was a happy Syd Hall, manager of the Lethbridge Sugar Kings Sunday, after his club had opened a two-game lead in the best-of-seven Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final over Edmonton Maple Leafs. Kings travelled to Edmonton on the weekend and came' home with 2-0 and 6-3 victories. "The nice thing about it all," continued Hall, "is that we have the next three games at home." The locals will host the Leafs Friday, Saturday and Sunday if necessary. The Friday and Saturday games are set for the Arena at 8:30 with Sunday's action ready to go at two. In the other semi-final Red Deer Rustlers belted Calgary Mount Royal Cougars twice. The Rustlers won 5-2 Saturday and 8-3 Sunday to also take a two-game lead. "We're in good shape for the next game," added Hall. The club, according to the manager, came away from the two games fit. Hall was more than pleased with the performance of right-winger George McOrea - and netminder John Davidson. McCrea and Davidson combined Saturday night and were significant powers Sunday. "McCrea was flying on the weekend," said Hall. "He played the best games he has played this year: As for Davidson," Hall went on, "he was outstanding." Sugar Kings were outshot in both games by the Leafs. Blaney, Al Pollock and Bill Fraser. There were nine penalties, sue to Calgary, with Red Deer scoring two power-play goals, one by Stumpf and one by Dempster. Saturday Dwayne Bol-kowy scored twice to lead the Rustlers. Bolkowy's first goal snapped a 1-1 tie in the second period and his second, in the final 20 minutes of play, gave the Rustlers an unassailable 3-1 margin. Brian Ogilvie, Mickey linger and Dempster scored the other Red Deer goals and Al Pollock and Daryl Goss were the Calgary marksmen. Dale Hen wood made 36 saves for Red Deer and Scott Darling made 30 for Calgary. Nineteen penalties were handed out in the rough-and-tumble game, including three game misconducts. Gary Pozzo of Calgary and Wayne Savill of Red Deer each took a game misconduct for fighting in the third period, Calgary's Howie Colbourne received his after throwing a stick into the crowd and then engaging in excessive arguing. Win title up north Queens Alberta champs SCORES TWICE McCrea was the only scorer Saturday night as the Sugar Kings blanked the Maple Leafs 2-0. Flawless goaltending by both teams kept the first period scoreless and McCrea connected on both his goals in the second when Edmonton had players on the bench serving minor penalties. The scoreless third period produced a shutout for Sugar King goalie Davidson. He faced 36 shots from Edmonton offenders, nine more than Larry Henrick had to cope with at the other end of the ice. Each squad picked up nine minor penalties. Meanwhile Sunday Sugar Kings opened a two-game lead after they downed Maple Leafs 6-3. The Maple Leafs outshot the Sugar Kings 39-30, but also took 13 of 17 penalties, including a game misconduct to Glen Kosak in the second period. The teams battled through a scoreless first period, but Lethbridge led 3-1 at the end of the second. Gary Paskuski, McCrea, Dave George, Randy Andreachuk, Fraser Robertson and Len Chalmers scored for the Locals. Craig Styles, Terry Smith and Randy Smith got the Edmonton markers. Sunday Wynn Dempster tied an Alberta Junior League scoring five goals as Rustlers whipped Calgary Cougars. Dempster tied the goal-scoring record held by Corey Martin of Red Deer, set in 1966-67, and Garry Unger of the Calgary Buffaloes, now with St, Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. Red Deer has a 2-0 lead in the series, with the next games in Calgary Tuesday and Thurs day. Other Red Deer scorers were Mickey Girard, Doug Stumpf and Brian Ogilvie as Rustlers led 4-1 at the end of the first period and 6-3 after the second Calgary scorers were Doug The LCI Clipper Queens travelled to Edmonton over the weekend and came home with their fifth Alberta Girls Basketball title in nine years with them. The Clipper Queens had no problems in regaining their title they had lost last year as they trounced all three .opponents they had to face. In their opener the girls hammered Calgary Bowness 41-19 while in their second match they dumped Salsibury 48-30. Ineke Lohius led the Clipper Queens against Bowness with 17 big points while Shelly Whitelaw and Valerie Orr paced the LCI crew against Salisbury both hooping 10 points. In the provincial championship final the Clipper Queens met head-on with Grande Prairie and clobbered them 44-21. At half time the local gals held a solid 20-9 lead which virtually meant a strangle hold on the title. Shelly Whitelaw came up with an outstanding individual effort notching 17 points while Joan Foster chipped in with eight Taber held event most successful For their efforts the Clipper Queens were awarded the J. Percy Page trophy. Meanwhile in Grande Prairie the Alberta B high school girls' basketball championship went to Lacombe Saturday night with a 43-35 victory over Winston Churchill of Lethbridge in the final game of a nine - team tourney. The consolation final In the two-day event was won by Camrose, which beat Calgary's Queen Elizabeth 37-23. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES I I t I * L--------------------- NATIONAL LIAOUI Boston ... New York Montreal Toronto .. Buffalo .. Detroit .. Vancouver The Taber Community Centre was the scene of an amateur boxing seminar Friday night and all day Saturday which was culminated by a 10-bout boxing card Saturday night. Instructor at the seminar wa3 Major A. "Ozzie" Osland, an internationally qualified boxing official who has judged at the Pan American, British Empire and Canada Games. Seventeen men from Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Taber attended the course. The seminar served the purpose of orienting those present with the amateur rules that govern Canadian and international amateur boxing. Those present put their newly acquired knowledge to use as they judged and ref-ereed the boxing card Saturday night. Close to 500 boxing fans were in attendance. Heavyweight Warren Aman-iuk of the Taber boxing club scored the upset of the night as he took a points verdict over Edmonton's Jerry Day, present Alberta amateur heavyweight champion. Three bouts ended inside the three round limit. Tom Genert, Taber, was declared the winner over Eddie Machin of Blairmore when the referee stopped the contest in the second round. Blairmore's Carmen Rinke took one round to beat Tim Coombs of Taber as the referee again stopped the bout. �ait DivitiM W L T P> A W " * 1? J? J �4 1*5 103 � *\ 14 11 214 147 93 34 If 12 234 174 80   . 33 27 4 221 181 72 " J! & " 177 249 4* ... 19 3$ 10 17S 234 48 w  , " � � Wl J45 42 .... 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Alberta Senior Drumheller S Edmonton 4 s�m�'r, lMdi '"en Saskatchewan Senior Reglna 8 Kenora Manitoba Sr 2 Moose jaw 7 St. Boniface Manitoba Western Canada flin Flon 10 Brandon 5 Saskatoon 4 Winnipeg 3 Edmonton 9 Estevan 1 Calgary 5 Swift Current 3 r, j , Alberta Junior Red Deer 8 Calgary 3 flnRa'|d2.0eer ',adi bes,-�,-sev�n "mi-LVh.htrid?' 4 Edmonton 3 final 2 0 'ead* bes,-�f-sev"> semi- Stops Tetley in playoff Duguid retains Canadian crown THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES D�7M QUEBEC (CP) - Don Duguid flies to Megeve, France, Friday to defend the world curling championship he won at Utica, N.Y., last year. But between now and then, he will probably give considerable thought to one of the strangest weeks he has spent at the game since he became a competitive curler almost 20 years ago. Duguid, lead Woody Wood, second Jim Pettapiece and third Rod Hunter, all from Winnipeg's Granite Club, won the Canadian curling championship for the second-straight year .Saturday. they did it by defeating Bill Tetley, the Northern Ontario representative from Thunder Bay, 11-6 in the second game of a three-rink, two-game playoff Saturday-the first three-way playoff for the Macdonald's Brier trophy since 1962. The victory by Duguid marked the 18th Lime Manitoba representatives have won the trophy since 1927. By the same token, Duguid's victory was only the sixth time the same skip had won the national title two years running. For awhile it appeared Tetley would go all the way to give Northern Ontario its first championship since 1960. He led 2-0 after three ends as he counted singles in the first and third. But Duguid came back with two in the fourth end to tie the game. The Manitoba skip went aliead 3-2 in the fifth when he stole the end, only to have Northern Ontario count two in the sixth. But Duguid then broke the game wide open with a three-ender in the seventh. Northern Ontario got its other points in the eighth and 10th ends while the Manitoba skip continued to roll with another three-ender in the ninth and two more in the 11th. "That was the turning point," Duguid said, referring to his seventh-end three-count. "Once you're ahead, it's not too hard to hit the other rocks, but once you're behind, its hard to bury them." Duguid, a 35-year-old assistant marketing manager, was one of several skips who complained about the stones used during the championship. "The way the rocks were acting, it was hard to make them work properly," Duguid said. Saskatchewan's Bob Pickering from Avonlea, whose rink was third in the three-way playoff and who was dropped when he lost the morning semi-final by a 10-9 decision to Tetley, was more specific. After he was eliminated, Pickering had some stones brought in from a local club to test against the rocks being used in the championship. After the test, Pickering said there was a tremendous difference between the club stones and the reconditioned ones he Thunder Bay Hurricanes 4 Man* 5 Marrs leads best-of-seven final 8-1 Manitoba Junior Wast Klldonan 3 St. Boniface t St. Boniface leads best - of  seven quarter-finals 3-1 Winnipeg 7 St. James 4 St. James leads best-of-seven quarter-final 3-� Selkirk 4 Portage la Prairie 4 Selkirk leads best-of-seven quarterfinal 3-1 Saskatchewan Junior Humboldt 4 Saskatoon 3 Saskatoon leads best-of-seven semi. final 3-2 Weyburn 7 Melville 1 Weyburn leads best-of-seven �em|. final 3-2 British Columbia Junior Kamloops 3 Chilllwack 1 Vancouver 8 Penticton 7 Western college British Columbia 7 Manitoba 4 B.C. wins best-of-threa final 2-0 SATURDAY National Montreal 8 Los Angeles 1 Toronto 2 Chlcaao 2 New York 2 Detroit 2 Rt-sion 6 Pittsburgh 3 Minnesota 3 Vancouver 1 California 4 Philadelphia 4 American Cleveland 3 Horshey 1 Springfield 5 Baltimore 2 Western Portland 4 Salt Lake 2 San Diego 5 Phoenix 3 Eastern New Haven 4 Clinton 4 Long Island 5 New Jersey 3 Jrhnston 5 Syracuse 2 Charlotte 13 Jacksonville 1 Central Dallas 8 Amarillo 3 T'llsa 5 Fort Worth 4 Kansas City 7 Oklahoma 1 InlTnation^l Dayton 1 Port Huron 0 Des Moines ?. Flint 0 Muskegon 7 Toledo 1 Western International Nelson 4 Kimberley 4 Nelson leads best-of-seven seml-rlnal 2-1 Saskatchewan Senior Reglna 8 Boniface Manitoba Sr. 5 Moose Jaw 8 Kenora Manitoba Jr. 1 Western Canada Estevan 5 Medicine Hat 4 Alberta Junior Lethbridoe 2 Edmonton 0 Lethbridge leads best-of-sevan semifinal 1-0 , Red Deer 5 Calgary i Red Deer leads best-of-seyen semifinal l-o British Columbia Junior Vernon 9 Chilllwack 4 Victoria 9 Penticton 1 BASKETBALL SUNDAY NBA New York 114 Boston 110 Cleveland 104 Detroit 100 Atlanta 122 Cincinnati 112 Los Angeles 117 Chicago 108 Baltimore 117 Phoenix 108 San Diego 135 Portland 121 ABA New York 123 Virginia 121 Utah 108 Memphis 104 Denver 142 Floridians Ml Indian 127 Kentucky 122 SATURDAY NBA Now York 112 Boston W Philadelphia 121 Detroit 115 B'iffalo 120 Cleveland 109 Chicago 105 San Diego 99 San i-rancisco 109 Baltimore 103 Seattle 121 Los Angeles 109 ABA New York 127 Carolina 112 Pittsburgh 142 Floridians 129 Indiana 124 Texas 112 Canadian Intercollegiate Acadia 72 Manitoba 48 Acadia wins sudden-death final Windsor 73 Loyola 60 Windsor wins sudden-death consolation and the other skips had been complaining about all week. "There was a difference like day and night between the rocks," Pickering said. "The club rocks pulled normally on this ice. The Brier rocks went down the ice like a snake." Earlier in the competition, Pickering and Kevin Smale of British C o 1 u m b i a's Prince George rink, complained that the ice was unsatisfactory and stones were reacting in a strange fashion. However, a curling official said Wedmesday the claim of poor ice conditions was not valid, and that more than likely the reconditioned stones were causing the snaking movements from hack to house. At its annual meeting Wednesday the CCA voted to employ a permanent ice-maker starting with the 19/2 competition at Edmonton. 30,000 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply - Polyester Cord 8.25x14 or 8.25x15 33" Other sizes priced comparably ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERYICE 402 l,t Ave South Phorfij '327^86*''or 327-4445 ;