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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIOOE HERALD Monday, Worth 12, 1973 Local officials upset Kodiaks lose out to Trinity College VANCOUVER (Special) There is going to have to be a rubber match' between Leth- bridgo Community College Kod- iaks and Trinity Western Col- lege of Langley, B.C. In 1972 the Kodiaks emerged with the spoils of the basketball championships. Thsy used Trinity as the stepping stone to the title. Saturday evening, before a partisan Langley gathering, Trinity up- ended the Kodiaks 97-79 to gain the western college crown. Unlike last year, there is a Dominion final this year, set for Toronto this coming week- er.d. "It was a tough one to said Cordon Colledge, LCC pub- licity director. "The boys really took it hard." tiu'y look hard was the tougluiess of officials. cer- tainly didn't get any added Colledge. Kodiaks lost the services of ANDY CAPP AS' AU'-THE-fRE ASKIN1 FOR i j Mazinke was best and he proved it EDMONTON (CP) The Ca- nadian curling championship has ended with virtually unani- mous agreement that the Har- vey Mazinke rink of Regina was easily the best in the 11-rink round-robin competition. Mazinke and his mates mapped up Saskatchewan's first Canadian men's champion- ship since 1963 by defeating Northern Ontario's Don Harry rijik of Sudbury 7-4 in a mean- ingless final game Saturday. Then they started preparations for the world championship in Begina March 19-24. "It's going to be fun to play It at said Mazinke. "Sas- katchewan fans have always been sent us thou- sands of telegrams this and we hope to win it for them." Mazinke, 35, skipped thin Bill Martin, 39, second George Achtymichuk, 37, and Dan Klip- penstein, 33, to nine wins in 10 games far ahead of all other competitors The next bes record, six wins and four losses was shared by the Ontario ere; skipped by Paul Savage of To ronto and the Nova Scotia four some from Dartmouth, led b; Peter Hope. For their efforts, Mazinke an Martin were named to the al star team selected annually b the Canadian Curling Eepor ers. Also selected were secon Dave Homkey, a member of th New Brunswick entry from Chatham, and Ontario lead Neil Green. "We curled welt all week Mazinke said. "We had tougher time early ir. the week when the ice was touchy, hu our (earn, got better as cond lions improved." BRIER FINAL Saskatchewan Nova Scotia New Brunswick Prince hland British Columbia Newfoundland......... centres Dwight White and Bruce Millis "early in the second half." While, wlio carried an 18 point average into the western final, left with just two min- ules gone hi the second half. He had just two baskets, or four points, to his credit. Millis ft soon after with just eight. points from two guys of combining for 30V" ueslioned Colledge. Coach Tom barren was unavailable for cm men t but according to Col- edge, was "deeply upset." "We're not making it an cx- :UEC for losing. However, Trm- :y were not 18 points better lian continued Colledge. Colledge did make it clear hat Trinity was a good, ouixl ball club. "They had an zone defence and a good running ball said Colledge. "We could have had a tre- nendous ball game with them. But as it was, our guys sirnniy ost heart when White and Millis verc sent to early showers." White ar.d Millis both had our fouls before the half. Despite this fact the Kodiaks rere down only seven points. iM4 at the half with White and ililh's getting a rest because of .heir foul situation. Rick Maynard, the most val- uable player in the two-day tourney, paced Trinity with 28 points. He combined with team- mate Greg Kimball as a solic ore-two threat. Kimball finish- ed the game with 22 points vhile Len Nueman added 14. Curt Wolsey led the Kodiaks with 21 points while Gary Wil- liams added 19. Bob Montsion finished with 13. In the final foul tally the Kodiaks had 22 as well as two technicals wliile Trinity got thi rod on It. A recommendation will be made at the 4-Wesl ference at the end of the sea son I hat in the western final which sees teams from Sas katchewan and Manitoba, as well as Alberta and B.C., one referee from each province be 1 hand for the tourney. "We may not have brough' home the hoop crown but oui drill team stole the added Colledge proudly. The gals performed each evening and were greeted with standing ovations on both occasions. Meanwhile Nora Way scorec 12 points to pace Medicine Ha Community College to a 37-2 victory over Saskatchewa Teclmical Institute in th championship game Sslurda; of the Pour-West women's co lege basketball championship. High scorer for Saskatche wan was Rona Park with seven points. In the consoHion game, Van couver City College, led b Maureen Huston's 14 points defeated Red River College o Winnipeg 45-24. by two In your own way. In your own time. On your own terms. You'll take to the taste of Player's Filter, Warninj: The Deparlmenlof National HMllh and advise-, Ilial danjtf lo ht-sllh incieaici anisunl smotsd. LCI Queens came close SHERWOOD PARK, Alia. (Special) Edmonton Jasper Place Rebels 'Saturday won the Alberta senior A high school gii'ls' basketball championships with a 42-40 victory over de- fending champion Lethbridge went to Edmonton's M. E. La- zerte who defeated Medicins Hat 82-15. Queens. Glenda Leach scored 13 points and Shelly Haight 10 for the Rebels, who led 20-17 at the half. Debby Borzel hooped 19 for Lethbridge. Edmonton readied the final with another 4240 victory, over St. Joseph's of Grande Prairie. The Clipper Queens defeated Calgary Ernest Manning 44-33 in the other semi-final. Borzel scored 25 points for Lethbridge in that game, while Terry Thomson scored 19 foi Calgary. The consolation championship Calgary teams top volleyball CALGARY (CP) Tile Uni- versity of Calgary Dinosaurs will represent the men and the Calgary Cals the women for Alberta in the national volley- ball championships later this month in Ottawa. The Dinosaurs won the Al- berta title Saturday defeating Edmonton Phoenix 15-2, 9-15 and 15-8 in the first tier of the double A competition at the University of Calgary. In the women's event, the Cals defeated the University of Calgary Dinnies in two straight games, 15-8 and 16-14 to take the provincial championship. Hardly tf was all business Saturday for Joanne Kiernele of Cardston and Paulo Ka- manchuk of Medicine Hat as they let loose with all their inhibitions. The two gals were part of the southern Alberta karate championships staged at the Lethbridge Com- munity College. Five locals victorious ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Karate tourney a success Some 500 onlookers at the; Lethbridge Coninvinity College received more tlian their mon- ies worth at the one-day Karate Tournament sponsored by Orr's Karate Studio Saturday. The paying customers were net only entertained with 17 events but got an additional treat with a number of dem- onstrations. In the first demonstration, Seal Mak from Hong Kong displayed The various tech- niques of the "Tai CM Sword Form" while the Medi- cine Hat Karate Club followed by breaking bricks using the fist, elbows, feet and the head. Blair Orr continued the dem- onstrations by using a Kung B'u sword against an opponent using a Sai sword and then con- cluded by assisting in the art of women's self-defence. Meanwhile five local fighters picked up first place finishes in the one-day olurney that fea- tured 100 competitors in the 17 various color belt divisions. The tourney was divided into two different events which in- cluded form and sparring. In forms, a competitor has a designated time limit to go through a number of moves More sport ou page 8 and motions to demonstrate his .echniques when fighting more ban one person. No opponent is used. Celtics snap New York's >viii streak By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Our win today doesn't make much difference in the stand- Boston Celtic captain John Havlicek said, "You just hate to get beat by the same team four games in a row." Tite Celtics clobbered New York Knicks 122-107 in a Na- tional Basketball Association game Sunday to snap a three game losing streak in their sea- son series with New York, In olhor games Sunday Hous- ton Rockets beat Atlanta Hawks 129-118, Golden State Warriors edged Philadelphia '76ers D7-93 and Los Angeles Lakers bombed Detroit Pistons 141-117. In Saturday action, New York crushed Kansa s City-Cm aha Kings 125-102, Buffalo Braves edged Portland Trail Blazers 106-101, Seattle SuperSonics beat Philadelphia 105-96, At- lanta squeaked by Golden State 117-113, Chicago Bulls defeated Baltimore Bullets 105-99, and Houston clobbered Cleveland Cavaliers 131-116. Sparring is the actual fight- ing- From (he local karate club Barb Liss captured the wom- en's forms, Sheena Hughes won the Pee Wee forms and Bob Powell took home the men's green-blue belt forms event. Gordon Gyorffy racked up a victory in the white belt spar- ring competition while Mark Ralph earned a first place fin- ish in the black belt division; Women's forms I, Barb Liss, LethbrTdge; 2. Sheena Hughes, l_efh- bridgc. While Bell 1. Dwayne urlon, Medicine Ho1; 2, Viclor Paw- luk, Medicine Hat. belt forms 1, Sim Kramer, Raymond; 2. Darrel Ralph, Fort AAac- leod. Pee Wee forms T. Sheena Hughes, Z. Mclnfosh, Lelhbridge. Junior forms 1, Raymond Wh.ll- ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Calgary 44 U 0439222 69 Red Deer 43 15 2 3SS 234 Drumheller 29 2? 2 331 350 60 Tha Pass 27 33 0 354 308 54 25 33 3257315 52 LelhbridqB 51 0 217 J35 18 (Calgary whs leagui tille becauio if belter win record.) IATIONAL LEAGUE Eait Division W L T F A P1i Montreal Rangers Boston Oelroit Buffalo Toronto Vancout islanders rer Chicago Phi I a..... Minn..... SI. Louli Angeles PI Hi...... Atlanta Calif..... Id 9 M 264 155 106 17 7 369 175 43 70 S Iti 210 91 34 33 11 ?2i 70! 7? 33 23 12 729 IE? 73 W 35 9 30J 235 Si IS 43 8 300 396 4.! 9 57 S 147 318 23 West Division W L T F A Pis 38 33 350 179 E4 33 34 10 254 337 33 11 B 227 500 2? 29 10201314 68 2S 31 10 204 219 44 37 35 7 232 230 It 32 13 174 200 _ 11 43 15 178200 37 NHL LEADERS MacLeish, Pha Ralelle, R M Hull, C for .s T. John Rick Baleman, Letn- Cardston; Orange forms I. its Wachlter, Medicine Hat; 2. Ross Ralph, Lefh- brldge. forms 1. Bob Powell, Lerhbrldge; 2. Calgary. Pee Wee spar 1. Owen Lloyd, Cardston; 2. Sheena Hughes, L-eih- bridge. Junior spar fAcGloant, 2. David Henders, Calgary. White belt spar 1, Jack Lysirka, Calgafy; 2. Dwayne Burton, Medfcine Hat. Women's Spar 1. Sharon Telerle, Medicine Hal; 2. Paula Medicine HaN White belt spar T. Gordon Gyorffy, Lethbridge; Glen, Lambert, Leth- bridge. belt spaj- 1. Randy Orr, Calgary; 3. Jack Geddes, Calgary. Orange belt spar 1. Jack DeBccr, Calgary; 3. Lee Waehller, Medicine Har. Green-blue spar 1, IrVaym Katel- nlkoff, Calgary; 2, Sab Powelf, Leth- brltJ9e. BlacK belt Spar Mark Ralph, Lelhbrldge; 2. Gerry Hopper, Calgary, W 4? 86 33 44 B2 37 44 35 43 83 33 51 B3 20 62 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Divlilcn W L T F A Pis New Eng. 38 36 2 320 71. and 38 ?7 1 352 306 78 Phila...... 32 34 0 253 275 York 30 37 2 368 390 Quebec.....28 35 5 240 27J Ottawa 23 37 4 743 Western Division W L T F A 36 3S 39 Winnipeg Houston Minn. Us Angele Alfcerfa Chicago WHA LEADERS Ward, NY...... Lacrolx, P...... Bcaudin, W Lavjsoo, P Hull, W Bordeleau, Websler, NEW Calfery, NY..... 34 33 32 30 35 35 -10 3 260 216 55 4 250 333. 7-1 3 321 233 71 5 23i 318 71 ?31 231 2 217 249 52 45 A P 1 106 104 35 iO 95 54 39 93 44 46 50 43 45 88 44 42 64 JJ SI B5 Face dO'Or-die situation Sons suffer slim losses HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY Nallonal Rangers 4 Toronto 1 Boston 5 3 3 Islanders I Detroit 3 St. Louis t Chicago 5 California V Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 2 World Los Angeles 4 Ottawa 1 Houston 4 Philadelphia 2 Quebec 6 New York 1 Minnesota 2 Alter la 1 Cleveland 11 Winnipeg 7 American Cincinnall 11 Hershey 2 Nova S coil a 3 Virginia 1 Jacksonville 4 Province 3 Rochesttr 3 Springfield 3 Ceniral ScatUe WHL 3 Dallas 2 Omiha 5 Fwt Worm 3 Wtittrn Phoenix 4 Portland 0 Salt Like 2 Denver 1 iaglnavs 10 Columbus 1 Fort Wayne 9 DCS Molnes 5 Muskcgcn S Dayton 0 Fllnl 5 Port Huron 3 Eastern ichmlown 5 4 Western international CranbrocV: 1 Trail 0 Best-of-sevtm semt.flnals tied 1-1 Western Canada Current 9 Rcglna 2 Calgary 6 Victoria 5 Winnipeg 4 Vancouver 2 Manitoba Junior SelklrK 10 Kenora 3 West Kiltfonan 4 St. Boniface 4 Saskalchnwan Junior Humboldl 4 Welvitle 3 Hurnbcldt wfru besr-of-seven er-finals Alberta Junior nonton 7 Lefhbriilge 4 mhelier 9 The Pass 3 B.C. Junior ChilliwacK 6 Nanalmd 3 National Philadelphia 2 AUanta 1 Montreal 2 DelroU 0 Toronto 4 Minnesola 3 Rangers 5 Pittsburgh 4 St. Louis 5 Islanders 5 Chicago -l Vancouver 2 Los Angeles 4 California 2 World Alherfa 5 Chicago 4 New England 3 Minnesota 1 New York 3 2 American Cincinnati 5 New Haven 1 A Boston 3 Sprfnsifled 6 Ballimore 1 Conical Dallas 4 Fort Wprlh 3 Omaha 4 Tulsa 1 Western Salt Lake 6 Denver 3 International Muskegcn 9 Columbus 0 Des Morses 5 Port Huron 4 Port Wayne 2 Toledo 0 Dayton 3 Flfnf 2 Eastern Syracuse 1 Island 0 Syracuse leads besl-of-sever. playoll 7-U, Cape Cod 3 Long Island 1 Cape Cod leads best-of-seven playoff 2-0. SurKoasi 4 RoanoVe Valley S Roanofce VaTTey leatfs best-of-siven playoff ?-1. Greensbnro 4 1 Greensboro Eeads bcl-of-seven play- off 2-0. Ontario Senior Gait 1) Owen Sound 3 Bsrrle 13 Belleville 7 Ontario Junior Oshawa 9 Hamilton 3 Kiliherter 6 Sault Ste, Marie 4 Western Canada .katcon 1 Flin Flon 1 Medicine Hal s Vlclorla 0 Alberta Junior Edmonlon I Lefnbrfdge 2 Tha Pass Calgary 3 St. Mary's 9 Loyola 4 St. Mary's wins eastern flfle 2-0. U of T 5 Alberta 3 U of T 2-0. World Hockey Group C CMna 3 Bulgarfa 3 Norway Denmark 3 France 3 Britain 1 Holland 5 Hungary 3 U.S. Vermont 6 Bowdofn 1 Wisconsin Notre Dame Cornell 3 Boslon Col. 2 3 Mich. Tech. 2 ClarKscn 4 Penn 0 Lcthbriclge Native Sons find ,hemselves ii a do-or-tiie situa- i lion as they suffcred a pair rf losses to the Tabcr Palace Pals in Central Alberta Junior Hockey League playoff action on the weekend. Saturday night in Taker, the Pats earned a narrow 3-2 over- Urn e vi cto ry over Lhc Sons while Su nday in Lethbrid ge Ihey picked up a slim -1-3 ver- dict. The Pats now learj the south division bcst-of-fivc champion' ship series two games to one and only one more win to advance to the league finals against the northern division winners Inter in the nionlh. In Saturday's game, the two clubs baMlcd to a scoreless tic for nearly I wo periods until K ay Heathcote connected lor the Sons at the mark. Trailing 1-0 going into the final period, the Pats turned the tables quickly as Tan Cole rilled in a pair of markers and gave his teammates a 2-1 lead. Terry Roberts' came right jack for the" Sons and tallied the equalizer at the mark which forced the overtime per- iod. Rod Flexhaug ended the sud- den-death overtime session at the mark scoring on a brilliant individual effort. The Sons fired -IS shots at llxs Pats' netminder Stacy Markiott while Kim Tipcken- bach stopped S3 shots in the Sons' nets. Meanwhile in Sunday's tilt, the Pats took a 2-J lead after the first period and a 3-2 mar- gin after the second. Ted Wicst, Ron Wutzkc, Darcy Virostck and Flexhaug notched singles in the win while Albert Dumont, Derrick Blasco and ircathcotc replied for the Sons. Rockenback turned aside 33 shots in the Sons' nels vhi'c Dale Emmelkamp blocked 27 for Tabor. The Sons also picked up seven of 11 minor pen a Hi es c ailed along with a 10-minulc miscon- duct to Randy Joevenaxzo and me misconduct to coach Stan Maxwell. TABER 3, LETHBRIDGE First period No scoring. Penaf- lies Tflmlom, Oumunt Me Ha vermc J. Tabfir, Penalties TftBER 4, LETH BRIDGE S first rwriod 1. l.CS; 7. Lethbrldce, Durvionl 3, Tabtr, Wutike Roberls, Cole, Cave,