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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 THE UTHBRIDGE H5RAID Monday, MarcS 12, 1973------------ "CidL-. SPORT Trevino almost blew big lead MIAMI (AP) "I aged 10 years on this said Lee Trevino. "So many guys got so close, I could have finished third or fourth.11 Trevino, now winner of two tournaments iu three weeks, Golden Bears lose lo Blues EDMONTON (CP) Univer- sity of Toronto Varsity Blues downed University of Alberta Golden Bears 5-3 Saturday to win the best-of-three semi-final intercollegiate hockey playoff series in Edmonton. The Toronto team, which de- feated Alberta 5-2 Friday night, will meet St. Mary's Huskies in Toronto March 17. Huskies won the eastern Canadian inter- collegiate hockey championship Saturday downing Loyola Col- lege Warriors at Halifax. Don Pagnutii. Neil Korzack, Mike Keenan. Nick Holmes and Ivan JfcFarlane scored for To- ronto. Alberta goals came from Gerry Hornby, Jerry LcGrand- our and Steve McKnight. Toronto outshot Alberta 37-33. The Blues led 2-1 at the end of the first period and 5-1 going into the third. The Blues took 12 of 20 minor penalties. blew a four-stroke lead before slaging a dramalic rally for a one-stroke victory over Bruce Campion and Tom Weiskopf in the Doral-Eastern open golf tournament Sunday. The first prize in creased his 1073 money win nings to and vaulted bin into the No. money-winning spot this year, ahead of Cramp ton. Trevino finished wilh a 276 to tal, 12 under par oil the yard Blue Monster course a the Doral Country Club. Crampton bolted out of pack with a seven-under-par on Ihe filial card ii eluded nine lie with Weiskopf for second at 27' one stroke behind Trevini Veiskopf holed a 30-foot bird mil on the final hole for a 67. IlIALLENGEKS FADE Ralph Johnston and Rod Cur a pair of non-winning tour reg> !ars, lied for fourlh at 280, wi Jerry Heard and Dave Hill other shot back at 281. Hill an CARDS-EAGLES TRADE St. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals acquired offensive tackle Mike Taylor from Phila delphia Eagles in a trade Sat- urday for offensive reserve iac kle Steve Wright. Taylor, 28, a first-round draft choice of Pitts- burgh in 1968, has been with the Sleelers. Eagles and three other National Football League (earns in his five seasons. Wright, 30, joined Ihe Cardinals from Chi- cago Bears last season. The t'.ine year veteran ako has wifh Green Bay, New York Giants and Washington. Heard each got lo within o stroke of Trevino al one stage of the final round before fold- ing. Jack Nicklaus. the 1072 cham- pion and the pre-tourney favor- ite, never was in contention. He had a final-round 69 for 283 and a lie for 16th pooresl finish of the year. Trevino had a four-stroke lead when play starlet! on the warm and sunny day, but blew most of it when he hit five sand traps on the front nine for an outgoing 37 and Crampton charged wilh a brilliant 31. Crampton, playing in front of Trevino, birdiud the 14th and 16th holes and pulled even. Tre- vino didn't know it until IK? stepped lo the 15th tee. "I looked up at the score- Ixiard and saw he'd caught Trevino said. "That get me back on rny game. T don't know why, but T always play better when I'm lied. It's like head lo bead." Sugar Kings finish with two setbacks EDMONTON (Special) Ed- onton Mels closed put their as on in winning style defeat- Letlibridge Sugar Kings 14 Alberta Junior Hockey agne play Sunday afternoon. The Mets look a 10-2 decision the Sugar Kings Saturday >ut they remained in fifth place the league and out the ayotfs. Jim Hoyda (allied twice and ingles were added by Dave ettinger, Peter Skrabyk, Craig yies, Tom SchWeber and Gord- rimacoinbe. Ron Wieland, Dave LitcWield, Mm O'Donnell and Brent Cle- and were marksmen. Tile teams were tied 2-2 after 0 minutes and the Mets jump- d into a 4-2 second perioc cad. Ted Slokes faced 47 Edmon on shots and Roy McLeod in the Lethbridge :ie Mets net was times. tested 4 Lethbridge was assessed nin of 13 minors and picked up major to Tim O'Donnel! la butt-ending. In Drumheller Ryan Wecke scored three goals to lead th to a 9-3 victory over the Pass Red Devils Sunday. Hie game was the last of the eason for both teams and left j Irumhcller in third place and re Pass in fourlh for the last' ilayoff position. The other Drumlieller goals 'ere by Dale Boolh, Trent Cur Jim Bechtold, Gary 13cm- >ridge, Ken Nelson and Brian laxwell. Derek Haas, Mel Zinger and ifurray .Hrynka scored for Ihe Devils who v.'cra assessed even of 13 minor penalties. Gerry Farwell made 22 saves or Ihe Drumheller Mels and Mike McCallum kicked out 29 shots' (or the Pass. The best-of-seven quarter- final series involving the Fal- cons opens Tuesday against the Calgary Canucks in Calgary the second and third games in Drumheller Thursday and next Sunday. The Pass Red Devils assur- ed themselves of a playoff berth in the Alberta Junior Hockey League Saturday night with a 4-3 win over Calgary Caiucks in Blairmore. The Pass took a 3-2 lead in the first period of a cleanly fought game in which no goals were scored in the second frame. L'yall Murray, Brent Sim, Brian Granfield and John Haw- kins were the Red Devils' marksmen. Mike Bruce, with two and Mark Lomcnda scored for Calgary in the losing cause. Each team fired 40 shots on the opposing goal and each took three minor penalties. Jim Hoyda and Dave Bell scored tliree goals each as Ed- rconton Mels trounced Lelh- briclge Sugar Kings 10-2 Sat- urday night. Craig Styles picked up two goals for the Mets and singles were added by Ted Fellows and Gord Brimacombe. Steve Chalmers and Brent Cleland replied for the Sugar Kings. Lethbridge goab'e Ted Stokes bombarded with 46 shots while his counterpart faced 35. Edmonton held period leads of 2-0 and 7-1 and were on the short end of the penalties, pick- ing up 10 of 22 with Lethlirirlge being assessed a misconduct. Dick again Ed Dick of the Kate Andrews Gaels puts il up and in Saturday againsl Stirlin takers in the Southwest Boyi' final. Coaldale emerged wilh a 46-40 victory in Ih final. It marked the second straight year Ihe Gaels have defeated Stirling See story page 7. ________ the final. PHILIPS Beautiful Buy Days Minor hockey roundup Bantam Reps advance Modular 4 Color TV MODEL CC84 LIMITED QUANTITIES SPECIAL 1. 4 main plug-in Bclfustable solid panels for easy servicing in Ihe home. 2. 26" Block Matrix screen tor bright thorp picture. 3. Automatic fine tuning and tint controls wilh personal 4. Automatic voltage regulator prevenls power dam- age and picture shrinkage. 5. The best warranty in the industry with 5 year pfan on picture tube. 6. Canadian rnode Modern Jtyling finished in natural walnut. SEE PHILIPS STEREO Model SHOOS M M Limited quantities.........SPECIAL W W W JACK'S RADIO-TV 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs, end Fri, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ulhbridge A.C.T. Bantam Reps completed their southern Alberta Bantam A playoff with .Icdicinc Hat Saturday as they belled the Gas City club 8-3 o Ihc south title 1-1-5 in a .ivo-game total goal series. The Heps won the firsl game 6-2. Three players took care of the scoring for the Reps. Keith Miyasliiro and Scott Jarvie each scored twice while Lome Os- mond added a pair. Tim Cooper. Bruce McPhail and Drew Trumback replied for Medicine Hat. Each club took four minor penalties as well as one major The locals now advance againsl Tied Deer for the provincia' title. Meanwhile the I-ethbridge Marlands took a four-goal leac in the southern Alberta provin- cial "A" Pee Wee playoff ser its Saturday night. The Mariano's opened up the two-game total gc-al finals Iv posting a 6-2 victory over the visiting Medicine Hat Pee Wees. Brent Montieth paced the Mai-lands with a pair of goals while John Frascr, John Jacob- son, Neal Povey and Bob Odney added singles, Kelly Lut and Wayne Schlewk- er notched a goal each for Med- icine Hat. who trailed 3-2 after two periods of play. The Lethbridge Tigers earned a split in a pair of exhibition Pee Wee games staged on the weekend. In their two matches, tbe j Tigers belted llw. I'ort Macleod Rangers 7-2 while suffering a 7-4 loss lo Cardston. In their victory ovc the Rang- ers, Daniel Zrim scored three times while teammate Danny Laronde added a pair. Greg Doyle scored twice In a losing cause. Neil Court pumped in Iwo goals for the Tigers in their loss to Cardston. Randy Russell tallied three times and Brad Smith twice for the winners. Meanwhile, in other Minor Hockey League action the Maroons got one goal each from Robert Shade and Tnny Kimioni as they edged past Ihe Red Wings 2-1 in Banliim A play. Kevin House replied for the Wings. The Voyageurs, Pec Wee D reps, dumped Die Bantam A Jets G-2 as Fred Thomson scor- ed twice. Dnane Ptycta, Rodney Sno- pek, Kaminski, and Ivano Fraulin completed tho scoring for I lie Voyageurs. Keith olmson and Barry Forry were Uie Jets' marksmen. Barry Buryan counted a goal n each period as he sparked he Ramblers to a 5-L win over .he Seals in Bantam B action. Dave Popovitch and Mark Novak also added singles for (lie winners. Darryl Ferguson scored lor the Seals in the firs period. Frisch dead at age 74 i WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Frankie Frisch, baseball's leg- endary Fordham Flash, died to- day in the Wilmington Medical Genre at the age of 74, a hospi- tal spokesman said. Frisch had been in hospital since he was injured Feb. 8 when his car blew a tire and hit an embankment in Elkton, Md. Frisch had a .316 bslting av- erge during a 19-year major eague career wilh New York Giants and St. Louis Cardinals of the National League. Frisch ended a 33-year associ- ation with Ihe major leagues in 1951 when he resigned as man- ager of Ihe Chicago Cubs of Lie National league. He worked several more seasons as a base- ball broadcaster. He was named lo baseball's Hall of Fame 15 years ago. The "Fordham Flash" nick- name was born when he stepped off the Fordham Uni- versity campus into the Gianls lineup in 1919. He never played a day in tile minor leagues. and up INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared by computer Set up especially for the typical Canadian fam- ily, Beneflciat's Income Tatf Service is fully com- puterized. 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