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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday. March 9, 1974 LAS VEGAS EXCURSIONS Priced from e. Including return airfare from Calgary. 4 nlghto accommodation, plus many aitrai. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ________ PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports Kodiaks win in opener WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba had the lead in curling, Alberta was ahead in badminton and Alberta and British Columbia were atop the basketball after the first day of play in the 4-West Athletic Conference championships Friday. The championships bring together community colleges representing the four western provinces. Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks beat Red River Community College of Winnipeg 102-54 in the final men's basketball game of the night to give Alberta a share of .the lead with B.C.'s Vancouver City College which earlier beat Saskatchewan 105-56. Greg Hess paced the Kodiaks with 30 points while Gary Williams chipped in with another 25. Brent Fairbanks and Glen Schuler added 10 each. Bob Lines scored 10 for Red River. Fairbanks may miss tonight's final. He was submarined Friday and has trouble with lateral moves. The Kodiaks hit on just 40 per cent of their shots from the field and 70 from the charity strip. A total of 42 fouls were whistled down in the game, 26 to the Kodiaks who took control of the game early and led 51-24 at the half. In women's basketball. Red Deer gave Alberta a win with a 41-30 verdict over Saskatchewan, represented by MOOS.C Jaw; and Vancouver City College girls whipped Red River 53-39. Manitoba either leads or shares the lead in all three curling divisions going into the second day. The mixed team is tied with British Columbia, both with two wins and one loss; the men are likewise deadlocked with Alberta, also with 2-1 records. The Manitoba girls however, are alone on top their standings with three straight wins. Saskatchewan is second at 2-1. In badminton, Alberta leads in two divisions and is tied for the top in two others. They lead the men's singles with three wins and no losses, and the mixed doubles with an identical record. Finals tonight The Southwest "B" Boys Basketball League seven o'clock this evening while the primary final finals are all set for this evening at the University of goes at Games were scheduled throughout the Lethbridge. Action has been of this variety since day as well. Thursday at the U of L. The third place final is set for Alvin Dark hasn't changed Athletics HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA Winter isn't such a dumb time to buy a I I CB450 SAVE N Factory Fresh 1973's CB500 4 CYLINDER SAVE N Factory Fresh 73's 50ff-ftairtcStol_4cjlMir 1 prices on oewnpettttve frrands and compare! Ask about our layaway deposit plan Warranty begin until March Over 100 new and used molorcyloes 1o choose from See 1974 125cc Trail Bikes 75cc Mini Moloross and 360cc 6 speed road bike now on display1 LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd AVE. 3. PHONE 327-MM CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M HONDA I a x i CANADIAN PRESS Except for a new manager in Alvin Dark, Oakland Athletics have not in the power department. The Athletics, World Series baseball champions for the last two years, hit five home runs Friday in whipping San Diego Padres 13-3 in the first Grapefruit League exhibition game for both teams. In other games. Boston Red Sox nipped Minnesota Twins 5- 4: Texas Rangers edged New York Yankees 9-8 in 10 innings: Chicago White Sox defeated Detroit Tigers 8-7; and Chicago Cubs beat California Angels 2-1. Athletics 13 Padres 3 Gene Tenace hit two home runs and team-mates Ray Fosse. Reggie Jackson and Deron Johnson hit one apiece to lead Oakland in the game at Yuma. Ariz. Tenace drove in five runs- one homer came with the bases loaded in the the Athletics collected 10 hits and 10 walks off pitchers Bill Greif. Steve Arlin, Mike Corkins and Mike Johnson. San Diego committed five errors. Jim Hunter. Ken Holtzman and Rollie Fingers worked three innings apiece for Oak- land and yielded a total of six hits. Holtzman gave up the runs, two on a homer by Cor- kins. Red Sox 5 Twins 4 Carlton Fisk's two-run home run in the eighth inning' lifted the Red Sox over the Twins. Fisk powered Vic Albury's pitch off the screen atop the fence in left-centre field, driving in Rico Petrocelli, who had reached base on a force play and moved to second on a wild pitch. Rangers 9 Yankees 8 A bases-loaded drag-bunt single by Len Handle drove the winning run in in the 10th inning and carried the Rangers past the Yankees. The teams combined for 29, hits. White Sox 8 Tigers 7 Detroit came from a 5-2 deficit for a 6-5 lead in the seventh inning on a leadoff homer by Ike Brown and a three-run shot by Marv off the White Sox's fourth pitcher, Stan Perzanowki. But Chicago scored three runs in its half of the eighth inning off Jim Ray to win its second exhibition contest of the two-day-old Grapefruit League season over Detroit. Cubs 2 Angels 1 Catcher Ken Rudolph scored Matt Alexander with the gamewinner in the seventh inning. Chicago led 1-0 in the fourth but California tied it in the sixth. VOLKSWAGEN FOR ALL TYPES OF VOLKSWAGEN REPAIRS AT REASONABLE RATES SEE... KLEIN'S SERVICE CENTRE 1219-3rd South 327-0955 Spoclflliting in motor overhauling FREE ESTIMATES THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL: TUNE UPS POPARTS The Angels were held to three hits by Rick Reuschel, George Hutson, and Dave LaRoche. Six California pitchers scattered five hits. Brawl disrupts contest KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) An incident involving players and fans cut short a British Columbia Junior Hockey League Interior Division quar- ter final game between Merrill Centennials and Kelowna Buckaroos Friday night. With Kelowna leading the game 9-2. a fight broke out in the stands at of the third period. Merrill trainer Jim Agar confronted one of the 1.709 fans. Several Merrill players joined Agar in the stands including his brother Greg, but they did not get involved in the fight. Trouble continued when several fans began separate fights throughout the arena. U was then that RCMP appeared on the scene. The Kelowna detachment said after the game the incident was still under investigation. Referee John Culos, who ended the game with three minutes and six seconds remaining, said he will give his report to league president Arnold Lowden of Penticton. A decision on the final outcome of the game will be decided by the BCJHL president. The besl-of-seven series was tied 1-1 going into Friday's game. Archie McKinnon scored three goals to lead the Buckaroos, while Duane Monteith and Dale Costanzo had two goals each. Single markers went to Les Strachan and John Stone. Fred Berry and Paul Mulvey scored for Merritt. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period. UthkUftOffictFiriniiriUl Lovar Laval 7th tL Shopping MaH Mono (401) IM.7411 FILING CABINETS Gaels, Bulldogs reach Southwest boys' final Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels and Lethbridge Winston ChUrchill Bulldogs will square off in the biggest and most important basketball game of the 1973-74 season. The Gaels and Bulldogs both earned narrow victories in the semi-final round of the Southwest zone high school "B" boys' basketball playoffs Friday night and will now meet in the championship final at the University of Lethbridge gym. The winners of the encounter will advance to the provincial "B'' boys championship to be held next weekend. Meanwhile the Gaels gained a berth into the final game of the four-day playoff tourney by scoring a come-from- behind 44-37 decision over the Stirling Lakers while the Bulldogs picked up the other berth by edging the Picture Butte Sugar Kings 40-39. The Gaels had a tough time to say the least as they trailed 6-5 after the opening quarter of play and 20-18 by the end of the second. They managed to pull even 26-26 at the 'end of the third quarter which more-or-less gave them the momentum required to earn the hard- fought win. David Janzen paced the Gaels by scoring 11 of 13 free throw attempts for his 11- point outing while teammate Ewald Granson chipped in with nine points. Scott Perrett led the Lakers with a 13-point performance. The Gaels shot 37 per cent from the field and 73 per cent from the foul line while the Lakers were good on 28 per cent of their shots from the outside and 65 per cent from the free throw line. The Gaels also committed 22 turnovers to that of the Lakers' 19. The 1973-74 Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball League pennant winning Bulldogs had their hands full with the Picture Butte Sugar Kings in the other semi-final tilt. The Kings jumped to a 14-8 lead after eight minutes of action and held onto a 23-18 margin at the half. The Bulldogs came back to gain a 34-30 lead by the end of Minor hockey Warren Keith fired in two first period goals and led the Blues to a 2-1 victory over the Bears in a Pee Wee game Friday night. Rick Gal replied for the Bears. Dewain Blazejak tallied twice and paced the Vikings to an 8-0 win over the Falcons. Barry Streliev, Darren McLean and Raymond Taylor scored a goal each for the Vikings. CALLED 327-3203 Ed Bauer For All Your Printing Needs THE HERA LD PftlffTTftS 3J8 441 i Ave and 7th Si S Herald B'dg Jn The Pass Call VERN DECOUX Blairmore 4Sx FO FOB VOUB the third quarter and battled end-to-end to earn the one- point margin of victory. 'Kendall Duce was a standout for the Bulldogs with 14 points followed closely by Perry Mirkovich with 13. Terry Hanna led the Kings' assault with 14 points while Leonard Neibor aided with 12. Hanna had hooped all his points in the first half of play. The Kings outshot the Bulldogs with a 37.5 per cent average from the field, but had 20 turnovers compared to the Bulldogs' 17. The Bulldogs shot 30.6 per cent from the field. Meanwhile in the only other game staged tonight, the Lakers and Kings will play off for the third place title at p.m. Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS Ken Malcomson 378 Ken Larson 306 Jack Smeed 311 Kim Kovacs 322 George Snowden 308. Bert Mezei 316 Roy Cunningham 333 Fred Thomas 350 John Rempel 305 Sam Girardi 376 Kent Leishman 317 Ken Kurtz 294 DAIRY QUEEN LADIES Erma McGuire 263 Grace Hill 306, Jo Hodge 222, Florence Risler 255, Gailya Pedersen 229, Eileen Carter 302 Ruth Cronkhite 220, Dinnie Turcotte 224, Mary Ward 290 Mary Potvin 218. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Laurie Block 339 Larry Barton 283 Connie Severtson 216; Debbie Bareham 216, Daryl Burr 228, Helen Higa 226. qarrell Block 273 Karljtn Spitzer 227 Frank Donate 277 Leona Donate 224. SIMPSONS SEARS Emma Unterscher 265. Laurie Coupland 230, Jack Unterscher 215.- Joan Graham 224, Kay Goshinmen 261, Kae Mann 243, Ed Rossetti 268. Brian Rossetti 221, Helen Rossetti 237. CAPRI BOWL PEPSI Ed Carpenter 314, Ralph Maier 229, Darlene 221, Karl Campa 282, Elaine Carpenter 240. Bill McTighe 228. Chris McTighe 243, Ivor Carleton 213. WILSON JR. HIGH Bob Rapuano 205, Cheryl Hendry 179. Karl Martin 171, Shelly Woloyson 224, Tom Slyka 228, Merlyen Bunnage 264, Bill Todd 223. Nu-MODE HOMES Linda Aspeslet 293. Doreen Merkle 262, Pat Tunstall 266 Connie 1 Marshalsay 272 Kathy Ludwig 250. Alice Royer 250, Myrna Qlshaski 256 Wendy Snyder 251. Doreen Heaton 248, Marg Look 245. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Edith Gooler 244, Marie Smith 267 Rose Nunweiler 276, Marge Koole 259 Jen Hegi 245 Grace Van Dyk 281 Ruby Oseen 254 Saler 254, Joanne Sharun 265 Melody Bobonic 270 SENIOR CITIZENS Ellen Johnson 208. Tom Smith 235, C. Van Wyk 290 Doris Vaile 214, Will Ness 251, Hugh O'Neil 240, Flo Miller 228, Leora Ness 226, Henry Bechthold 290 HENRY HOMES Cal Coolidge 256, Linda Vrabel 235. Andy Vrabel 240, Bea Fast 265, John Kuliska 255 Jerry Hakze 307, Maria Jokuty 262, Norman Gyulai 245, Evelyn More 267, Keith Seibert 240. Jean Passey 265 Ed Henderson 272, Ken Malcomson 258, Barry Tollestrup 255. LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Steve Bartosek 319, Jeanette Dragland 240, Gordon Deibert 281 Doug Pankhurst 264, Amy Nakamura 223, Vic Bawel 260, Gerry Mann 266, Barb Jones 227, Arlene Sartosek 231. Mae Carleton 221. J.C.C.A. Nobby tajiri 306 Marty Shigehiro 313 Ken Kamitomo 305. Gordie Tanaka 283 Roy Senda 304 Mary Shigehiro 231, Jim Higa 283 Masa Goshinmon 241, Marion Tonomura 282 Betty Tomiyama 267 Nish Chaki 258, Helen Higa 313, Marj Fujita 254 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL W L T Boston Rangers Toronto Buffalo Detroit Chicago Atlanta Los Ang St. Louis Pitts Calif N. England Toronto Quebec Cleveland Chicago NJ Wnt Houston Minnesota Edmonton Winnipeg Vancouver LA HOCKEY SCORES National Buffalo 4 Vancouver Z Atlanta 3 Minnesota 1 World Cleveland 4 Winnipeg 1 Los Angeles 4 Edmonton 1 New England 7 New Jersey 2 American Baltimore 6 Springfield 3 Rochester 6 New Haven A Providence 6 Virginia 0 Central Dallas 5 Tulsa 1 Omaha 6 Oklahoma City 2 Western Phoenix 9 San Diego 3 International Dayton 5 Fort Wayne 3 Muskegon 3 Port Huron 1 Toledo 5 Saginaw 3 Columbus 5 Flint 2 Western International Cranbrook 3 Trail 2 First game best-of-seven semi- final Kimberley 4 Spokane 2 Kimberley leads best-of-seven semi-final 2-0 Western Canada Regina 4 New Westminster 2 Flin Ron 2 Saskatoon 2 Manitoba Junior St. James 5 St. Boniface 4 Best-of-seven semi-final tied 2-2 Brandon 4 Portage 3 Portage leads best-of-seven semi- final 3-1 Saskatchewan Junior Prince Albert 9 Humboldt 2 Prince Albert wins best-of-seven quarter-final 4-1 B. C. Junior Langley 6 Nanaimo 2 Langley leads best-ofrseven quarter-final 3-0 Penticton 8 Vernon 5 Penticton leads best-of-seven quarterfinal 3-0 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Seattle 123 Buffalo 117 Golden State 106 Philadelphia 96 Houston 113 Boston 117 Los Angeles 129 Detroit 113 ABA Kentucky 111 New York 100 Indiana 115 Memphis 103 San Antonio 115 San Diego 113 Utah 132 Denver 111 Canadian Senior Men Vancouver 55 Winnipeg 54 Halifax 99 London 85 Vancouver and Halifax advance to final Canadian Senior Women Vancouver 85 Halifax 59 First game of three-team round- robin series Canadian Junior Men Windsor 88 Manitoba 79 Simon Fraser 84 Halifax 51 Windsor and Simon Fraser advance to final JUNIOR "B" PLAYOFFS Game 2 off Best off 5 Series Leth. Y's Men's Native Sons vs Taber Palace Pats Sunday, March 10 2 P.M. Henderson Lake Ice Centre ;