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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 _ THE IHHBRIDGE HEKAID Thursday, March 9, 1972 I nulls under way while Fort Macleod, Cole- man and Clarcsholm were eli- minatoci from further compeli- knock o u t LothbridiM Midpet Elks fired home five coals in the third period Wednesday evening anil upset the Juvenile Kinsmen Warriors fi-fi in Southern Al- bert a Juvenile League action. The win eliminates the War- riors while the F.Iks advance to the league send finals against Medicine Hat. j He" Osmond sparked the Elks" with throe goats while Baden Pilling cliii'pcd in with a pair. Solo efforts were turned in by Bernie Syrcnnc. Terry Roberts anil 1'iero I.avnrottd. Goalie John MeLaudilin v.'as outstanding for Ihe Kits as he Unvaried the, Warriors time and again in the late stages of Ihe corHe.4. ifamilfon notched two goals "for the Warriors. Singles came off the sticks of John Jlilroy, Dennis Had. Ross All- sop and Doug Pimicy. Onlv one penalty was called in the game, a slashing call to Svrenne of the Elks. Fielder tics Howes mark PORTLAND, ORE. vilch, Kevin Hamilton and Robert Montgomery tallied for the Falcons while Eric Harri- son a IK! G ordon Ta i t replied for the Blues, TJie Bears came up with an easy v-i n upend in g the Whips 5-2. Robbie Sixlickale, Mark Szucs, Bill Cousins, David Mac- iura and David Zarooben scored ltif-s P. W-ahov- ich, Shack Third Perfod 7. A'xxilreal, Roberts (Larosp, Richard) 8- Montreal, F. Mahovlkh 35 (Lafleur) 9. ittshurqh, ShacV 12 (ScnocX) Penalties Richard, Apps on goal by Montreal H jirsburgh 13 10 NEW YORK 3 CHICAGO 3 irst Period 1. New York, Gilbert [Neilson, Rousseau) Penalties NesterenVo Seitmg Park Second Period 2- Chicago, Korolf 9 (Mikila) Penalties MiKila Hadfield Third Perlcd 3. Nev York, Tkac- uk 21 (Sather) 4, Chicago, rles- erenko 1 (Campbell, R. Hull) 5. Chicago. R. Hull 43 4. New York, 21 fSltmkow- ski) Penally Salficr Shots on goat by Chicago 710 ew York......... 15 8 Attendance CAL1FORMIA t BUFFALO 3 First period 1. California, J. J ston 12 (Smith. Sheehan) 2. falo, L.iwson 7 (Luce .Hillman 5 3 CrTlifornia. Crcteau 8 (Shmyr) California. J. Johnston 13 Duffafo, Hillman 2 (Lorentr, MeeJi. Penalties Pratt Stew 12'5? Second Period No scoring. Penal tics Rcbitallle, served by Perreaul Leach Slewar! Third Period 6. California, Leach 9 7. Califwnia, Carle ton 17 (Sheehan. Schmvn 8. Buffalo Gould 1 (Luce, Lawson) 9. C fornis, J. Johnston U Shols on goal by Buffalo 7 U i Caniornla JO Aftertdancft 4-03J. Albertftns lead curling championships atchorn slips past Sparkes in extra end ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Mel Watchorn of Fairview sur- vived an extra-end battle with Bernie Sparkes of Vancouver today to keep his Alberta rink in first place after seven rounds of the Canariian curling champi- onship. The big genial Watchorn, a lumlwrjack by trade, scored two in the extra end to down British Columbia 0-7. Sparkes had lied r it with three in the ]2th. j 'We missed a guard early in I Ihe end and then I tried a dou- i Wfetehorn said, "I missed i and Bernie drew (or three.' Watchorn leads the 11-rink, round-robin competition with a 6-1 mark, but his rink has played one game more than Doug Wyattof Saskatoon and Orcst Melcschuk of Winnipeg who follow Alberta with 5-1 marks. PLAY .MANITOBA FIlliMY "It's great to be in this sard Watchorn. "We drew the bye this afternoon and we can use the rest. "Tonight we play a tough one against Ontario and then tomor- row it's the big game of Ihe go against Manitoba. That could decide the whole thing." Both Melcschuk and Wyalt scored victories in today's sev- enth round, Wyalt downing Coomhe of Ottawa 9-5 and Mcleschuk heating Barry Shcare of Halifax by the same score. In other seventh-round games, Kip Ready of Charloltetown notched his second win of the championship by knocking off the highly-regarded Quebec rink of Bill Kent 9-6. Dave Sullivan of Fredcriclou stayed in tbe running by defeating Fred Du rant of St. John's 6-5. The results left Kent's Mont- real rink and the New Brun- swickers tied for fourth spot with 4-2 records while Coombe was 4-3. Spftrkos had a 3-3 record and Ready's islanders were 2-5. Newfoundland and Jack Mnc- Farlane of Sault Ste. Marie had 1-5 records while Shearer's Nova Scolia rink was winless in seven games. Watchorn had another nig vic- tory Wednesday as he dropped Wyatt 3-7 in the sixth round. Rut Mcleschuk was flogging his coat-tails "Wednesday, clc feating Ready 11-4 and Mac Farlanes Northern Ontario 13-7 Mclcschuk credits some of hi. good fortune to a change in hi game. "I'm holding up on my (ak eouls nour. Before, T was letting Idem go earlier. I find my accu racy is better now. 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