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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i2 THE iETHWIDCE HERALD Morth 1571 Five teams sent reeling to the consolations Stirling Lakers impressive in hoop victory By LLOYD YAMAG1SI1I Herald Sports Writer Ony five teams remain in contention for the Alberta B Boys basketball title while five others were reeled to the sidej lines after the first da of ac1 lion j Winston Churchill High School is hosting the twoday I single knockout affair as 10 i zones came to make their bid for the Alberta Queen Elizabeth of Foremost Vermilion Dnimneller and the Stirling Lakers all made their first outing a successful one coming up with Meanwhile the five other clubs which include the Cam rose Edmonton Cru Edmonton Concordia Sexsmith High School and the Lacombe Rams couldnt quite click and are now forced into the consolation section of the The winners of this section can onh pick up the consolation trophy for their Action resumed this mor I mng at 9 a as the Sexsmith Sabres met the Edmonton Concordia while at the Foremost Falcons took on the Vermilion At 12 noon the Camrose squad matched baskets with the Ed monton while right after the Drumheller club targled with the The Lacombe Rams I will hit lie floor the nine oclock winners at 3 and at the winners of the nine oclock contest will face the winners of the 10 30 Tho consolation final will then runoff at 7 p and will be followed by the champion ship final at Stirling and Drumheller were the only two clubs that Cliinooks win opening game VANCOUVER Special LNhbridge Cliinooks forged ahead in the last four minutes of a hardfought Canadian ju nior womens basketball cham pionship game Friday night to break a 4040 tie and defeat i University of British Columbia I Junior Varsity LBC w a s leading the open inground game until the last en sparked bv highscorers Jeanie Ball 22 points and Linda McCulloch with after todays series emer ges Uie In the event of a twoway a suddendeath playoff will be held Petrocelli tells story WINTER AP Rico the Boston Red Sox infielder who is being few minutes nilh some qiuck baskets and good Leona with 19 was top scorer for the In the other opening round game of the twoday round rob Victoria First United beat Ottawa Rievers Trish Hadfield scored 22 points for nearly a third of her teams fol lowed by Anne McKeachie with Debbie Cross was high scorer for Ottawa with nine Both teams had three plajers fouled Ottawa plays Lethbridge to day while Victoria meets the University of Varsity The team with the most player assaulted her on a flight last answered the charges If I had dons something like Petrocelli said from the Red Sox spring training base it would have come out before Who would ever belt anyone on an airplane The S u s a n n e Mondhn of N filed legal papers Thursday charging that Petrocelli had placed his arms around her from the grabbing her breasts with both and that he later kicked causing her to spill some soft drinks on the ball plajer and other and also punched World famous used cars under 2nd CAR SPECIALS 1966 CHEVROLET TON 3 1964 VALIANT 6 3 1963 CHEVROLET V8 4 1964 VIVA 2 4 1966 FORD 6 standard 1963 FALCON 6 automat 2 550 1962 BUICK 4 450 1963 CORVAIR 2 4 5350 ng fellow boys A CHANCE FOR TWO The chances for two of which this you faking advantage came fast and furious Friday as the Alberta basketball tournament got under way at Winston Churchil High Zeniths beaten in provincial playoffs CALGARY Special Ed1 Jasper Place was scheduled monton Koss Sheppard Thunj to meet Francis in the ctli derbinls upset de f e n d i n g er se ni final championship champion Raymond Comets 61game 56 in one of four Alberta high The Thunderbirds were sue school basketball ecssful on 51 per cent of their ship games Fridrn Thc field goal attempts in defeat led by i the of four titles recent B r e n t Fairbanks who scored provincial 15 advanced to the neiV semi final against Red Ken Luchkow added 14 i Door i points for Edmonton and Red Deer edged Calgary Panteluk Lloyd Fairbanks the and Donald Hamilton got 16 points for The who tied Red Deer 4242 at the end of regula tion time after overcoming a ninepoint held Hie win ners lo a 4444 deadlock at the end of the first overtime pe riod before losing the contest Doug Baker paced Red Deer t came up with solid victories as j they easily disposed of their op I Stirling trounced th I Lacombe Rams 6223 in the fi 1 nal game of the evening while the Drumheller club belted Sex smith 5238 prior to the Stir i ling he champions of the Southwest zone playoffs had no problems against the bigger Lacombe club as they picked up an early 147 first quarter cad never looking By half time the Lakers Bushed the lead up to 3512 and padded it more after the third lolding an insurmountable 51 16 John Hickens the Lakers coach used the big lead wisely as he put out his second string players dining most of the sec ond and all of the final quarter to rest up his regulars for to days Desmond McKee led the Lakers netting 17 points while Brent Herget chipped in with Brian Peterson also helped the Lakers to victory notching 10 PACED LACOMBE Lionel Leiske topped the scoring eight Drumheller didnt start things off too fast as they were tied with the Sexsmith Sabres after the first eight min utes of By half time though the Drumheller club held a secure 2412 lead and held off their op ponents in the third quarter en snaring themselves a 3424 lead going into the final Brian Kobe tipped in 14 points in leading Drumheller to victory while Ken Bianow sky followed closely with Foithe Sabres James Duda was good for a 19 point Tn t h e tourney opener the Queen Elizabeth High School of Calgary picked up a 4133 vic tory over the Camrose Com posite Trojans who no longer have a chance to win the Al berta The Calgary team had beaten out the defending cham pion Forest Lawn High School in the Calgary zone playoffs earlier in the week to gain the berth in the championship STARTED FAST The Trojans started the pro ceedings off fast as they jump ed to a slim 96 lead after the first quarter of play and in creased it to 2218 by half After a brief rest the Cal gary club came to life and out scored their opponents 2511 in the fmal half to gain the corn back At the end of the third quarter the Trojans found themselves down for the first time of the game as they trail ed 3025 and could not produce a sufficient rally in the final eight minutes to catch Queen Ron Branton led the Calgary club with 12 points while Art Oliphant paced the Trojans with The second game of the tournament wasnt too much different than the first as the I Foremost Falcons came hack from a 2118 half time deficit to trip up the Edmonton Cru saders The Falcons who are repre senting the southeast zone took over alter the third quarter with a 3128 lead and just pad i ded the score by 16 points in j the final quarter to salt away the Ross Hainsworh and Phillip I Kultgen each hooped 13 points apiece in giving the Falcons a jMctory while jini Blake man aeed 16 points for the Cru saders in a losing Vermilion Marauders and the Edmonton Concordia Col Lord erbrook Beavers 47 paced Raymond with 27 points as the Comets trailed 3327 at 146 in two overtime I while Calgary Francis i the Browns whipped Salisbury Sa Curt Wolseys 18point per bres 7635 and Edmonton Jas1 formance sparked Jasper per Place Rebels upset grath Zeniths with 78 points and Doug Smith legc plajed into in scored 13 for i Alai Brian Hat netted 16 points for the Edmonton Herb Tutto was scorer for Calgary Francis with 15 while team mate Gerry Hamel added John Dcnison was Salisburys best with 10 SALES LOT 3rd and 19th PARTS AND SERVICE 6th and 6th AVE SOUTH PHONE 3275763 LETH3RIDGE THE PINCHER CREEK SNOWMOBILE CLUB Presents Snowmobile Racing MARCH 14 TIIUVDERBIRDS WIN Onl CT i Lni of British Columbia Thundcrbuels IIic first round of consolation at lc Canadian Inlcrcollogiale the third contest of Uie day the two clubs were tied 5252 after regulation Afer a one minute rest pe riod the Marauders came out and pumped in 10 points to Ram a 6256 victory and a semi final playoff Gary Hunter was the big gun for the Marauders notching 21 points while Joe Asplund ami Tcbb chipped in with 14 and 11 points Hugh McCourt also aided In the win with a 10 point ouling IP PALMER CANT BUY A PUTT Arnold Palmer grim aces after missing a try for a birdie on the first holo here at the second day of play in the Florida Citrus In vitational golf Palmer made a twounder par and failed at nine attempts for a birdie leaving him at tenunderpar three shots behind the leader Kermit Four WIHL clubs against tourney CP Offi cials of the FOOT Western In ternational 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 April The decision came Thursday in a tele phone conference among officials from Cran brook Nelson Ma Die Kmiberley Dynamiters and Spokane Cal WIHL said costs and the long layoff between the western and east ern series were the determin ing Original plans called for the champions of the Alber Saskatchewan and Manito ba leagues to meet in the west ern tournament and a similar playoff was to be held in the the east for teams from Hockley said in a prepared statement that a WTHL team could be guaranteed between and This would come from the for travel ling and between 500 and depending on how the team finished in the tour Hockley said it would cost a team between and to go to ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Montreal Toronto Buffalo Phila Pittsburgh Los Angeles California LEAGUE Easl Division W L T F A Pts 50 10 7 339 169 107 13 14 11 227 151 97 34 19 13 240 179 81 31 37 6 223 182 74 IB 36 13 177 49 10 36 10 178 243 48 19 40 1B1 251 45 West Division 42 16 8 239 158 92 57 23 16 176 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 NHL LEADERS Bos Bos Bos Bos R CM Tor Bos Tor Bos Tkaczuk NY M 6 A Pis Pirn 60 68 128 58 35 SB 123 B 47 51 98 A 40 55 95 95 U 84 30 30 48 78 7J 20 50 70 B7 34 35 69 5 24 42 66 102 23 O 66 Jf 21 44 65 32 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eaitern Division W L T F A 75 74 1 193 203 21 26 I i m 2PO W ProvidetlC 22 26 12 207 222 M Springfield 72 30 8 200 Western Division Baltimore 36 15 7 223 1 Cleveland 29 23 7 216 1 Hershcy n n 10 i Rochester 21 28 10 181 1 HOCKEY SCORES National New York 7 Philadelphia 1 American Montreal A Rochester 3 Providence 4 Quebec 0 Central AmanHo 6 Omaha i Kansas 4 Dallas 3 Tulsa 7 Oklahoma City 1 Eastern Charlotte Nashville J First game of bestofseven quarter final Western Phoenix 9 Salt Lake 2 International Flint 5 Port Huron 3 Des Moines 9 Toledo 2 Western International Nelson 2 0 Nelson wins bestofseven semifinal 41 Saskatchewan Senior Saskatoon 4 Moose Jaw l First game of bestofseven semtfl nal Yorklon 4 Regma 2 Yorkton leads bestofseven semi fi nal 20 Manitoba Junior Sf Boniface d West Kilcionan 3 St Boniface wins facstofseven quar tprfmal 43 Kenora 7 Dduphtn 1 Kpnora wms of ven qusrtfr fmal dl 1 Wcstfrn Canada Junior Edmonlon 10 5vuH Curren ft I Calgary 7 Reama 1 Saskatoon 3 Winnipeg l Saskatchewan Junior 5 Humboldt 5 Saslatcon 2 i Humboldt wins Leslofssvcn ZJ rnsl 43 Ilockcy Fudayl Stan Stumpf was outstanding defeating Ixnola College j for the Concordia College as re Warriors of 64 swished 28 points and contribu Maos Unnersity Huskies i trd heavily with his rebound nf Halifax defeated Laurenj ing iian LimcisKy of Mel Otke added to the Con Sudhury 12 lo gain berth in cordias total with 14 points the charrpionhip against while Hugh Ziprick managed I nivorsitv of Truorlo liltics i 10 points in a losing RACING 12 NOON A West Of Castle Ranger Station REGISTRATION 9 TO 1 1 ALL CLASSES Trophies In All Events REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE WRESTLING 15 EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vi LES THORNTON SWEETAN vs LUECK SULLIVAN RUHL 6 Exciting Bouti 50 Box Office opens 7 MAMPiDl WRESTLING on CJLHTVI MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SEIBEHLllSiLa SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply Polyester Cord or 33 Other sizes priced comparably ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 402 South ;