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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 12, 1971 - THE LETHMIDGI KERAIO - 0 , TOP FISHERMEN - The Lethbridge Miner's Library Fishing Club held its annual awards night recently and eight fishermen took home the silverware. The winners are, front left to right, Mike Golia for gold eye, Steve Lazaruk for Rocky Mountain white fish and Cliff Lee, rainbow trout, stream. Back row, left to right, Amy Onofry- chuk, pike, Ted Wenzl, rainbow trout, lake, Joe Bobinec, pike, Pete Lazzarorlo, Dolly Verdert trout, and Francis Laz-aurk, pike. Mike Golia was also named fisherman of the year while Steve Lazurak also topped the competition in cutthroat. Play in consolation final tonight Thunderbirds lose in Toronto SUDBURY, Ont (CP) -Dave McDowall, assistant captain of University of Toronto Blues hockey team, says one of the greatest pleasures his team gets Is when they can silence an anti-Toronto crowd. "People like to see us lose for some reason," McDowall said after the Blues, defending Cana- dian intercollegiate champions, edged University of British Columbia Thunderbirds 3-2 in the first game of an elimination series here Thursday night. 10 teams seek Alberta B title Action started today The "Alberta "B" Boys Basketball championship play - off tournament opened this afternoon in the Winston Churchill High School auditorium with 10 teams bidding for the title. Thirteen games in all will be played in the two - day single knockout affair at Winston Churchill. Five games will be run - off today while the remaining eight are set for tomorrow. All ten teams representing their respective zones have now verified their entry into the Alberta championship play - offs. The participating teams include the Stirling Lakers, southwest zone; Foremost Falcons, southeast zone; Austin O'Brien, Edmonton City; Sexsmith Sabres, northwest zone; Vermillion, northeast zone;' Camrose Composite Trojans, central eastern; Lacombe High School, central western; Queen Elizabeth, Calgary City zone; Drumheller Composite High, south central and Concorda College of Edmonton City. From preliminary reports the Stirling Lakers, Foremost Falcons and Austin O'Brien are the teams that should give the most trouble. TAPE SALE Regular C Of? $795 MUSICLAND Cor 13�h St. and 3rd Ave S Queen Elizabeth of Calgary and the Camrose Trojans opened the tournament at 2 p.m. this afternoon while at 3:30 in game two, the Falcons of Foremost took on Austin O'Brien. Five o'clock is the time set for the third match of the tourney between Vermillion and Concorda Colleges of Edmonton. In tonight's action Drumheller will take on Sexsmith at 6:30 in game four while La- Trainers' clinic set for U of L The University of Lethbridge Physical Education Department will hold an athletic trainers' workshop March 19 and 20 at the Lethbridge Community College. Larry Chace and Alex Rec-sky, trainers for the Calgary Stampeders Canadian Football League club, will be the instructors for the clinic. The theme of the two - day event will be the prevention and care of athletic injuries. Anyone interested in further information regarding the clinic is asked to contact Dr- Gary Bowie or Dr. Jim Day at the University of Lethbridge Physical Education Department combe and Stirling will polish off the action for the night at 8 p.m. Action will continue at 9 a.m-Saturday with the losers of games three and four will hit the floor and right after at 10:30 the winners of games two and three will seek further wins. At 12 noon the losing teams of games one and two see action while winners of Friday's game four and five suit up once more right after. The losers of games five and six will then hit the floor playing  off for a spot in the Consolation final while the winners of games six and seven will meet at 4:30 to fight for a spot in the championship final. The consolation final will be run-off at 7 p.m. and the championship game is set for eight. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES * WINDSHIELDS * INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS * PLEXIGIAS ir MIRRORS * GLASS - ALL TYPES * ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS k ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS * ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS it ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS * ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS * GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE * BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS * HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER * PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE SH atHi DOOl Minor hockey In Pee Wee action last night the Blues came up with two unanswered goals in the third period to dump the Falcons 24. Rod Ross and Ted Slussar both potted in � goal each for the Blues. Bob Salmon rammed in three goals as he led the Red Wings to an 8-1 trouncing over the Maple Leafs in a Bantam "A" contest. The Wings who held period scores of 2-0 and 5-1 got single markers of the sticks to Robin Nakamura, Ed Yalowega, Barry Sedgwick, Bob Miles1 and Bruce Smith. Ron Austring averted tfu> shutout with a second period marker. The A.C.T. trimmed the Comets in the only midget game Thursday evening. Five players, Ray Heathcote, Brad Cox, Joe Meli, Ron Moser and Baden Pilling, shared in the scoring for the winners. Dennis Hatt and Cam Mcintosh replied for the Comets. Vauxhall hosts basketball play The Alberta intermediate basketball championship will be staged at Vauxhall High School beginning tonight and winding up Saturday evening. Vauxhall, Ron's of Lethbridge and two Calgary teams will play in a double - knockout event for the championship. Vauxhall and one Calgary team kick things off at seven followed by Ron's and the second Calgary club at 8:30. "So it's a little incentive to us to win-to stick it to the crowd." Despite being roundly booed by a majority of the 2,751 fans, the Blues, who have taken the title four of the last five years, earned a berth in Saturday's sudden-death final for the championship. The Blues will meet the winner of tonight's game between Laurentiam University Voya-geurs of Sudbury and St. Mary's University Huskies of Halifax. LAURENTIAN WINS Laurentian, Ontario Intercollegiate Athletic Association champs, gained the right to play the Huskies of the Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association by dumping Loyola College Warriors of Montreal 6-3 in Thursday's second game. The Vancouver team, representing the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Association, meets Loyola from the Ot-tawa-St. Lawrence Athletic Association in a consolation match later tonight. The Blues, who captured the Ontario-Quebec Athletic Association title, allowed the Thunderbirds a 1-0 second-period lead when Richard Longpre scored with Toronto winger Gord Davies off for slashing. But 17 seconds after he returned to the ice, Davies evened the count. Toronto took a one-goal lead before the period ended on John Wright's goal with two BC. players in the penalty box-Barry Wilcox with a major for butt-ending and Rob Trenaman for interference. Terry Peterman made it 3-1 for Toronto in the first 29 seconds of the third and Doug Buhr counted for B.C. half a minute later to end the scoring. Kamloops plan event KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) - A 32 - team Bantam Hockey Tournament which will include competition from Europe, Japan and the United States as well as Canada is being planned for this British Columbia interior city for Easter week of 1972. Announcement of the tournament was made Wednesday by officials of Kamloops and North Kamloops Minor Hockey Associations. This year, the North Kamloops Association will operate its third annual eight  team tournament for teams from Alberta and B.C., but because of response shown by teams wishing entry, the Kamloops Association has joined them to help stage the larger tournament. Officials of the 1972 tournament said they have invited applications from Sweden, Norway, Finland, West Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Holland and Japan and that the invitations have been received with "great favor." C. M. "Bud" Fraser, general chairman of the tournament, said he and his committee have had assurances from the B.C. Amateur Hockey Associa t i o n that the seven - day event will receive full sanction from the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, governing body for the sport in Canada. j Alberta finishes 6*3 McGrath takes home third mixed crown By dan sLOvrrr SAINT JOHN, N.B. (CP) -With a near-perfect raise on the final rock of the game, Larry McGrath's Saskatchewan rink Thursday won its third Canadian mixed curling championship. One round remained in the 11-rink, round-robin tournament, but runner-up honors remained the only major issue at stake in the five closing matches beginning at 8:30 a.m. MST today. "We play for fun tomorrow,'1 said Saskatchewan second John Gum following the 6-5 10th-round victory over Kelly Carin's Kamloops. B.C. rink. With McGrath and Gunn on the three-time champion rink from Kindersley are lead Audrey St. John and third Darlene Hill. Saskatchewan went into the final day's play with an 8-1 record, two victories ahead of Nick Oldale from Sydney, N.S., and Bruce Stewart of Calgary. The Nova Scotia and Alberta rinks, each with 6-3 records, met in the wind-up round today while Prince Edward Island faced Quebec, Northern Ontario met Newfoundland, B.C. went against Ontario and McGrath's foursome played Manitoba. New Brunswick had the bye. Dr. Ed Steeves' Moncton, N.B., rink had a 6-4 count and Jim Dunstone' St. Boniface, Man., team and British Columbia both had 54 records, McGrath,  30-year-old farmer, drew words of praise from the observers at the Riverside Country Club near here with his final shot of the title-clinching match. With the game tied and after having moved the B.C. shot rock off the button to the four-foot with his first shot, McGrath threaded a port with his final Stewardess sues Red Sox* Petrocelli NEW YORK (AP) - Rico Petrocelli of Boston Red Sox and the baseball club were sued for $1 million Thursday by a 24-year-old airline stewardess who charged that the infielder assaulted her on a flight to Detroit last April. Susanne Mondlin of Roosevelt, N.J., declared in papers filed in the State Supreme Court that while she was serving coffee to members of the Boston team aboard a charter flight to Detroit, Petrocelli "wilfully and indecently assaulted her." Mrs. Mondlin, also a part-time model, said Petrocelli placed his arms around her "from the back, grabbing her breasts with both hands." She said she freed herself and continued her duties. In the meantime, she said, the ballplayer returned to his seat, cursed her and made threatening gestures. Later, the stewardess said, while serving soft drinks, Petrocelli kicked her in the leg, causing her to spill the drinks on him and other passengers. Petrocelli then punched the stewardess in the head, she said, knocking her across the aisle. She said Petrocelli attempted to strike her again but was restrained by two other passengers. She said she fled to the cockpit, where she remained until the plane landed and all passengers disembarked. She did not return to work until November, losing $4,200 in wages and $5,600 in modelling fees. SWITZERLAND LEADS BERN, Switzerland (AP-Reutor) - Switzerland retained the lead in world hockey Group B competition Thursday by defeating Japan 4-1. stone and raised one of his own katchewan rocks in fate four-foot rocks into the four-foot ring for ring were nearly close enough the victory. for a referee's decision on the The British Columbia and Sas- counting stone. Labor Club wins series The defending champion Labor Club moved into the City Recreation Hockey League finals as they tripped up the U of L Chinooks 6-5 in their fifth game of a best of five semifinal series last night. The Labor Club opened the semi  final series with a victory over the pennant winning Chinooks but soon found themselves down 2-1 and threatened to be eliminated from further play. They kept their hopes alive though by forcing a fifth and final contest with an identical 6-5 v i c t o r y Wednesday night. Throughout the season the Chinooks used the third period to win many of their games, but in the play-offs the situation reversed. In Wednesday night's game Heard, Palmer leading ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -Young Jerry Heard, who has never before led a tournament, rolled in a 35-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole Thursday and tied Arnold Palmer for the first-round lead in the $150,000 Florida Citrus Invitational golf tournament. Palmer, with a string of five consecutive birdies, and the 23-year-old Heard each bad a six-under-par 66 in the near-perfect golfing conditions on the 6,849-yard Rio Pinar Country Club course. Charlie Sifford, a 49-year-old veteran, also was six-under-par until he hit into an unplayable lie and scored two over par on the 17th hole. There was a group of six tied at 67, just one stroke back of the leaders. They were national seniors champion Julius Boros, New Zealand rookie John Lister, veteran Dan Sikes, Dick Lodz, Bert Greene, and Jerry Magee. The leading Canadian was Winnipeg's Wilf Homenuik with a 73 while George Knudson of Toronto finished at 76. Sifford, winner of two tour events but Having his troubles the. last two years, was one of a large group at 68. Also at that figure were Lee Trevino, Bobby Nichols, Bob Murphy and a dozen others. Defending champion Bob Lunn had a 70, while South African Gary Player and national amateur champion Lanny Wad-kins matched 70s. the Chinooks held a 5-4 lead after the second period but watched the Labor Club come back with two unanswered goals in the final session to take the victory. It was the same story last night as the Labor Club came back with two unanswered goals to win the semi - final series three games to two. Stan Maxwell was outstand ing for the Labor Club as he blasted in three goals, two of them in the third period. Al Rowntree who picked up a hat - trick in Wednesday's game came back with two goals last night while chipping in with a single marker along with three helpers. For the Chinooks Nigel Rus sell tallied twice while single markers came off the sticks of Larry Neilson, Jim Stewart and Jerry Le Grandeur. The Chinooks who held period scores of 3-2 and 5-4 also picked up seven of (fie 13 minor penalties called in the three periods. Each club received a major penalty in 60 minutes of play with Jerry LeGrandeur of the Chinooks and Clyde Kittering-ham of the Labor Club being the culprits. The Labor Club will now meet St. Basil's in the championship finals with their first meeting on Monday night at 8 p.m. ANY SUZUKI YOU CHOOSE IS BUILT TO TAKE ON THI COUNTRY..SEI THI SUZUKI T-125R.-STINGER 125 ccs of quickness-70 mpb. Parallel twin carbs and pipes. Tach and jpeedo. Competition styling. CCI automatic lube. 5 speeds. 6-month-6,000 warranty . . . $579.95 See the Other 1971 Suzuki* On Display. 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THRU SUNDAY FOR IUNCHEONS - BANQUETS - SMAll CONVENTIONS Phone YJ2-3286 JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA FRIDAY, MARCH 12th-8:30 p.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 13th-8:30 p.m. SUNDAY, MARCH 14th-2:00 p.m. (If Necessary) LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS VS EDMONTON MAPLE LEAFS ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS Sl.SO - STUDENTS $1.00 WITH CARDS CHILDREN 506 Advance tickets en sale at CENTRE VILLAGE MALL (East End) FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See the best Tn theWest meet the best from theEtlt ANNUAL PONTIAC CUP LAKELOUISe ALBERTA March 12&13 Starting Time: 10:00 a.m. daily; Ample free parking, See the climax of the> Canadian ski racing season as outstanding skiers from all across Canada compete? in the finals for the PontiacCup. Plan to attend now. ft will be one of the biggest ski events in Alberta's sports yearl Be sure to watch the) Pontiac Cup Final on CTV'e Wide World of Spoil Saturday March 20. Check your local listings for time. The Pontiac Cup is organized by the Canadian Amateur Ski Association and sponsored by GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA LIMITED ;