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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE lETHBRIDOE HERAID - Saturday, March 13, 1971 Five teams sent reelinfi; to the consolations Stirling Lalcers impressive in lioop victory By LLOYD YAMAGISUl Herald Sports Writer Only five teams remain in contention for the Alberta "B" Boys' basketball title while five others were reeled to the sidelines after the first day of action. Winston aim-chill High School is hosting the two-day single knoclsout affair as 10 provincial zones came to make their bid for the Alberta title. Queen Elizabeth of Calgary, Foremost Falcons, Vermilion Marauders, Dnimheller and the Stirling Lakers all made their first outing a successful one coming up with victories. Meanwhile the five other clubs which include the Cam-rose Trojans, Edmonton Cru- Chinooks win opening game VANCOUVER (Special) -Lethbridge Cliinooks forged aJiead in the last four minutes of a hard-fought Canadian junior women's basketball championship game Friday night to break a 40-40 tie and defeat University of British Columbia Junior Varsity 46-45. UBC was leading the open-tag-round game until the last seven minutes, sparked by higli-scorers Jeanie Ball with 22 points and Linda McCulloch with 13. ^ Chinooks caQgnt up and pas-ed the UBC squad in the last few minutes with some quick baskets and good rebounding. Leona Voth, with 19 points, was top scorer for the Chinooks. In the other opening round game of the two-day round robin, Victoria First United beat Ottawa Rievers 76-42. Trish Hadfield scored 22 points for Victoria, nearly a third of her team's points, followed by Anne McKeachie with 14. Debbie Cross was high scorer for Ottawa with nine points. Both teams had thi'ee players fouled out. Ottawa plays Lethbridge today while Victoria meets the University of B.C. Varsity squad. The team with the most wins after today's series emerges the winnei". In the event of a two-wa.y tie, a sudden-death playoff will be held Sunday. Petrocelli tells story WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (AP) - Rico Petrocelli, the Boston Red Sox infielder who is being sued for $1 million by an airline hostess who claims the ballplayer assaulted her on a flight last April, answered the charges Friday. "If I had done somethmg like that," Petrocelli said from the Red Sox sprmg training base here, "it would have come out before now. Who would ever belt anyone on an airplane?" The stewardess, S u s a n n e Mondlin of Roosevelt, N.J., filed legal papers Thursday charging that Petrocelli had placed his arms around her "from the back, grabbing her breasts with both hands," and that he later kicked her, causmg her to spill some soft drinks on the ball player and other passengers, and also punched her. Wolid famous I used cars ^ under 2iid CAR SPECIALS 1966 CHEVROLET Vi TON V-8, 3 speed. $885 1966 FORD 6 cylinder, standard. $750 1964 1963 VALIANT FALCON 6 cylinder, 6 cylinder, automat- 3 speed. ic, 2 door. $650 �550 1963 CHEVROLET V-8 automatic, 4 door, Brown. $525 1962 BUICK 4 dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, P.B., P.S., radio, $450 1964 VIVA 2 door, 4 speed. $450 1963 CORVAIR 2 door, 4 speed. �350 COLLOGe SALES LOT 3rd AVE. and 19th ST. 5. PARTS AND SERVICE COR. 6th ST. and 6th AVE SOUTH PHONE 327-5763 - LETHBRIDGE saders, Edmonton Concordia College, Sexsmith High School and the Lacombe Rams couldn't quite click and are now forced into the consolation section of the tournament. The winners of this section can only pick up the consolation' trophy for their efforts. Action resumed this mor- ning at 9 a.m. as Oie Sexsmitli S'abres met the Edmonton Concordia while at 10:30 a.m. the Foremost Falcons took on the Vermilion Marauders. At 12 noon the Camrose squad matched baskets with the Edmonton Crusaders, while right a f t e r the Drumheller club tangled with the Stirling Lakers. The Lacombe Rams will hit tilc floor against the nine o'clock wimiers at 3 p.m. and at 4:30 the winners of the nine o'clock contest will face the winners of the 10:30 affair. The consolation final will then nm-off at 7 p.m. and wUl be followed by the championship final at 8:30. Stirling and Drumheller were the only two clubs that If' A CHANCE FOR TWO - The chances for two points, of which this young fellow is taking advantage of, came fast and furious Friday as the Alberta "B" boys' basket-ball tournament got under way at Winston Churchill High School. Comets, Zeniths beaten in provincial playoffs CALGARY (Special) - Edmonton Ross Sheppai'd Thun-derbirds upset d'e f e n d i n g champion Raymond Comets else in one of four Alberta high school basketball championship games Friday. The Thunderbirds, led by Brent Fairbanks who scored 15 points, advanced to the dinners' semi - final against Red Deer Raiders. Red Deer edged Calgary Lord Beaverbrook Beavers 47-46 in two overtime sessions, while Calgai-y St. Francis Browns whipped Salisbury Sabres 76-35 and Edmonton Jasper Place Rebels upset Ma-grath Zeniths 55-46. Jasper Place was scheduled to meet St. Francis in the other se;ni - final championship game tonight. The Thunderbirds were successful on 51 per cent of llieir field goal attempts in defeating the Comets, v/inner of foiu' provincial titles in recent years. Ken Luclikow added 14 points for Edmonton and Steve Panteluk 13. Lloyd Fairbanks paced Raymond with 27 points as the Comets trailed 33-27 at the haM. Curt Wolsey's 18-point performance sparked Jasper Place. Brian Ha.-t netted 16 points for the Edmonton teanr. THE PINCHER CREEK SNOWMOBILE CLUB Presents Snowmobile Racing SUNDAY, MARCH 14 RACING 12 NOON A NON-SANCTIONED EVENT West Of Castle Ranger Station REGISTRATION 9 TO 11 A.M. - ALL CLASSES Trophies In All Events REFRESHMENTS AVAItABLE wMch had an ll-point lead at the half, and Donald Hamilton got 16 points for Magi'ath. The Beavers, who tied Red Deer 42-42 at the end of regulation time after overcoming a nine-point deficit, held the winners to a 44-44 deadlock at the end of tlie first overtime period t>efore losing the contest. Doug Baker paced Red Deer with 18 points and Doug Smith scored 13 for Calgary. Herb Tutto was the liigh scorer for Calgary St. Francis wth 15 points, while teammate Gerry Hamel added 14. John Denison was Salisbury's best with 10 points. TITUNDERBIRDS WIN SUDBURY, Onl. (CP; - University of British Columbia Thundei"bii-ds won llic first round of consolation play at the Canadian Intercollegiate Hockey championships Friday night, defeating Loyola College Warriors of Montreal 6-4. St. Maiy's Univei'sity Huskies of Halifax defeated Lauren-tian University Voyageui-s of Sudbui-y 4-2 to gain a berth in the championship final against University of Toronto Blues. came up with solid victoa-ies as they easily disposed of. theii- opponents. Stirling trounced th Lacombe Rams 62-23. in the final game of the evening while the Drumheller club belted Sex-smith 5^38 prior lo the Stirling encounter. Stirling, the champions of the Southwest zone playoffs had no problems against the bigger Lacombe club as they picked up an early 14-7 first quarter lead never looking back. By half tune the Lakers pushed the lead up to 35-12 and padded it more after the third holding an insurmountable 51-16 margin. John Hickens the Lakers' coach used the big lead wisely as he put out his second string players during most of the second and all of the fuial quarter to rest up his regulars for today's action. Desmond McKee led the Lakers netting 17 points while Brent Herget chipped in with 13. Brian Peterson also helped the Lakers to victory notching 10 points. PACED LACOMBE Lionel Leiske topped the Rams, scoring eight points. Drumheller didn't start things oft too fast as they were tied with the Sexsmith Sabres 8-8 after the first eight minutes of play. By half time though the Drumheller club held a secure 24-12 lead and held off their opponents in the third quarter en^ snaring themselves a 34-24 lead going into the final session. Brian Kobe tipped in 14 points in leading Drumheller to victory while Ken Bianow-sky followed closely with 13. Foo; the Sabres James Duda was good for a 19 point outing. In the tourney opener the Queen Elizabeth High School o| Calgary picked up a 41-33 victory over the Camrose Composite Trojans who no longer have a chance to win the Alberta title. The Calgary team had beaten out the defending champion Forest-Lawn High School m the Calgary zome playoffs earlier in the week to gain the berth in the championship playoffs. STARTED FAST The Trojans started the proceedings off fast as they jumped to a slim 9-6 lead after the first quarter of play and increased it to 22-16 by half time. After a brief rest the Calgary club came to life and out-scored their opponents 25-11 in the final half to gam the com-back victory. At the end of the third quarter the Trojans found themselves down for the first time of the game as they trailed 30-25 and could not produce a sufficient rally in the final eight minutes to catch Queen Elizabeth. Ron Branton led Uie Calgary club with 12 pomts while Art 01 i p h a n t paced the Trojans with 13. The second game of the tournament wasn't too much different than the first as the Foremost Falcons came back from a 21-18 half time deficit to trip up the Edmonton Crusaders 47-37. The Falcons who are representing the southeast zone took over after the third quarter with a 31-28 lead and just padded the score by 16 points in the fmal quai'ter to salt away the victory. Ross Hainsworh and Phillip Kultgen each hooped 13 points apiece in giving the Falcons a victory while Jim Blake managed 16 points for the Crusaders in a losing cause. Vermilion Marauders and the Edmonton Concordia College played into overtime in the third contest of tlie day as the two clubs were tied 52-52 after regulation tune. Afer a one minute rest pe-i-iod the Marauders came out and pumped in 10 points to gain a 62-56 victory and a semi-fmal playoff spot. Gary Hunter was the big gun for the Marauders notcliing 21 points while Joe Asplund and Scott Webb chipped in with 14 and 11 points respectively. Hugh McCourt also aided In the win with a 10 point outing. Stan Stumpf was outstanding [or the Concordia College as he swislied 28 points aind contributed heavily with his rebounding ability. Mel Otke added to the Concordia's total with 14 points while Hugh Ziprick managed 10 points in a losing cause. WRESTLING MONDAY, MAR. 15^8.30 p.m. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vt LES THORNTON SWEETAN vs LUECK SULLIVAN vi RUHL 6 Exciting Bouti Admission $2.00, $1.50 Box Office opens 7 p.m. Welch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TVI PALMER CAN'T BUY A PUTT - Arnold Palmer grimaces after missing a try for a birdie on the first hol� here at the second day of play In the Florida. Citrus Invitational golf tournament. Palmer made a two-under-par and failed at nine attempts for a birdie leaving him at ten-under-par 134, three shots behind the leader Kermit Zarley. Four WIHL clubs against tourney TRAIL, B.C. (CP) - Officials of the Four Western International Hockey League teams vying for a spot in the National Allan Cup playoffs have elected not to take part in the Western Senior Hockey Tournament in Yorkton, Sask., April 15-18. The decision came Tlim-sday in a telephone conference among officials from Oran-brook Royals, Nelson Maple Leafs, Kimtierley Dynamiters and Spokane Jets. Cal Hockley, WIHL president, said costs and the long layoff between the western and eastern series were the determining factors. Original plans called for Oie champions of the WIHL, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba leagues to meet in the western tournament and a similar playoff was to be held in the the east for teams from there. Hockley said in a prepared statement that a WIHL team could be guaranteed between $4,150 and $5,650. This would come fi-om the $2,600 for travel-Ung expenses and between $1,-500 and $3,000 dependmg on how the team finished in the tournament. Hockley said it would cost a team between $6,500 and $9,000 to go to Yorkton. ELRICH TiRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL Boston ... New York Montreal ., Toronto ... Buffalo ... Detroit ... Vancouver Chicago ... St. Louis .. Minnesota Phlla..... Pittsburgh Los Angeles California . NHL LEADERS LEAGUE East Division W L T F 50 10 A Pts 7 339 169 107 . ^3 14 11 ?27 151 97 . .. 34 19 13 2^0 179 81 ... 34 27 6 223 182 7i .... 18 36 13 177 249 49 ... .19 36 ID 178 243 48 ... . 19 40 7 IBl 251 45 West Division ... 42 16 8 239 158 � . . . 27 23 16 174 176 70 ,.. . 25 29 14 167 197 64 .. . 24 30 13 182 199 61 ... .20 30 17 190 197 57 . . 19 35 12 195 259 50 ,. . 17 46 5 162 264 39 G A Pis PIm 60 68 128 58 123 81 98 4 Esposlto, Bos ... . Orr, Bos ............ 35 Bucyk, Bos.......... 47 51 Hodge, Bos.......... 40 55 95 95 R. Hull, Chi.......... 40 44 84 30 Ullman, Tor........ 30 48 78 24 Cashman, Bos........ 20 50 70 87 Keon, Tor........... 34 35 69 0 McKenzle, Bos....... 24 42 66 102 Tkaczuk NY ......... 23 43 66 40 Bellveau, M ........ 21 44 65 32 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pis Montreal .... 25 26 12 198 208 62 Quebec ..... 23 26 14 182 200 AO Providcncs ... 22 26 12 207 222 56 Springfield ... 22 30 8 20O 248 52 Western Division Baltimore .... 36 IS 7 223 171 79 Cleveland ..... 29 23 7 216 170 65 Hershey ...... 23 27 10 192 184 56 Rochester .. .. 21 28 10 181 196 52 HOCKEY SCORES National New York 7 Philadelphia t American Montreal 4 Rochester 3 Providence 4 Quebec 0 Central Amarillo 6 Omaha 4 Kansas City 4 Dallas 3 Tulsa 7 Oklahoma City 1 Eastern Charlotte 6 Nashville 4 First game of best-of-seven quarterfinal Western Phoenix 9 Salt Lake 2 International Flint 5 Port Huron 3 Des Moines 9 Toledo 2 Western International Nelson 2 Kimberley 0 Nelson wins best-of-seven semi-final 4-1 Saskatchewan Senior Saskatoon 4 Moose Jaw 1 First game of best-of-seven leml-fl-nal Yorkton 4 Reglna 2 Yorkton leads best-of-seven seml-fl-nal 2-0 Manitoba Junior St. Boniface 4 West Klldonan 1 St. Boniface wins best-of-seven quar-ier-llnal 4-3 Kenora 7 Dauphin 4 Kenora wins besl-or-!.even quarter-llnal 4-3 Western Canada Junior Edmonton 10 Swift Current A Calgary 7 Reglna 1 Saskatoon 3 Winnipeg 1 Saskatchewan Junior Humboldt 5 Saskatoon 2 Humboldt wins best-of-seven leml-final 4-3 30,000 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply - Polyester Cord 8.25x14 or 8.25x15 33" Other sizes priced comparably ELRICH TIRE LTD. 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