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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta school boys record a pair oi victories Morrison unbeaten after first games WINNIPEG (Special) Bill Dustin's NorUrern Ontario rink stole two in the 12th end Monday night to defeat the Yukon- Northwest Teritories 8-7 and remain unbeaten after the sec- ond round of the Canadian po- licemen's curling championship. The Thunder Bay foursome is tied with AlUcrla kalchewan, each records. Bob Morrison's and with Sos- 2-0 Lethbridge crew kept Alberta in tire beaten ranks with a 15-3 victory over Guy Fournier of Quebec whale Dick Tinchcr of Reginn nipped British Columbia's rep1 resentatives, skipped by Nei! Dickson of Victoria, 7-8. In other second-round games, Ontario's Bob Nicholson of Ot- tawa beat Nova Scotia's Russ Coupland of Truro, Bob Flock Winnipeg skipped his Mani- toba rink to a 12-6 verdict over George McCharles of Corner- brook, Nfld., and Eric Bower oi Charlottetown evened Prince Edward Island's won-loss record with a 9-5 trimph over New Brunswick's Max Keeping of Saint John. Quebec, B.C., Ontario, New- foundland, Manitoba and P.E.I. ail have 1-1 records while Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Yu- kon-Northwest Territories are whiles in two starts. In the first round, New- foundland beat P.E.I. 11-8, Al- berta defeated Nova Scotia 13-8, Saskatchewan beat Ontario 7-5, B.C. downed Jim Armstrong cf Whilehorse, Yukon, 11-8, North- ern Ontario beat New Bruns- wick 12-7 and Quebec nipped Manitoba 9-7. The 12-team, round-robin championship continues to Fri- day. Meanwhile Saskatchewan skip Allen Becker was confident he had easy opponents in the early rounds of the 27th annual Ca- nadian Schoolboy curling cham- pionship. He proved it Monday with convincing victories over Randy Perry of St. John's, NUd., anc BiU Campbell of Dartmouth N.S., to earn a share of firsl place with Alberta, skipped by Gib Andruski of Boyle. Both have 2-0 records. In the first draw of the 11- rink round-robin tournament Becker whipped Perry 13-1 by stealing a total of 11 points, in eluding three on the first end He won his second straight in the evening, bouncing Campbcl 10-2, thanks to a four-cnder on the fourth and five on the sev enth. "The rink was excellent in our first two said thi 17-year-old Becker. The Grade 11 student at Hum boldt collegiate, 70 miles east o Saskatoon, said before the tour nament started that his rink would win the title "if we play the way we have been." H added that the early round against so-called weaker opposi tion gave his rink a chance tc take the lead. lie may get some argumen from Andruski, who took an easy 10-2 triumph over Dou; Caldwell ot Oromocto, N.B., i, Uie second round after nip-in Peter MacDonald of Summer side, P.E.I., 4-3 in the firs game. "We curled a lot better thi evening than we did fliis after- said Andruski. Six" skips each had 1-1 records entering this afternoon's third round. These included Ross McKenzie of Kamloops, B.C., David Iverson of Winnipeg, Mark McDonald of Gananoque, Ont., Serge Cote of Alma, Que., Caldwell and MacDonald. Randy Peity of St. John's, Nfld., with the second-round bye, and Kapuskasiiig's Richard Thompson, representing North- era Ontario, each were 0-1. Caldwell, in his third straight schoolboy championship, was 0- 2. In other second-round games, Ontario nipped B.C. 7-6, P.E.I, bombed Norlhen: Ontario with the help of a four-ender on ths fifth and a steal of three on ihe Manitoba de- feated Quebec 9-4. Other first-round results were: Quebec 9 Ontario 5; Nova Scotia 6 Manitoba 5; and B.C. 9 New Brunswick 4. Northern On- tario had the bye. Manitoba, picked by most Eastern skips and some from Hie West, as one of the rinks to beat, was shaken in the first game when Nova Scotia stole two on the 10th and final end for an upset wiiu However, Iverson roared back in ths second round with .three on the first end against Quebec and never looked back. Quebec didn't play that said Iverson, 17, tallest skip In the championship at 6-4. We liad full control, just about all the way after my first game I wasn't feeling too hot, but winning this game it makes us feel a lot better." The third-round draw this afternoon had New Brunswick against Northern Ontario, Mani- toba meeting B.C., Saskatche- wan playing Quebec, Nova Scotia taking on Newfoundland and Alberta against Ontario. P.E.I, got the bye. The fourth round, at 7 p.m. EST tonight, has Quebec against Newfoundland, Alberta playing Manitoba, Northern On- tario facing Ontario, New Brunswick against P.E.I, and Saskatchewan meeting B.C. Nova Scotia gefs tlie bye. Tufiday, March 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 3 owling Banter Esposito reaches scoring plateau for fourth time MONTREAL (CP) Centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins has reached the 100-point plateau for the'fourth time in his career and, as on the pre- vious three occasions, is the man to beat for the Art Ross Trophy as National Hockey League scoring champion. Esposito has 105 points with only 10 games left this season and, unless liis closest rivals come up with an exceptional ef- fort during the remaining three weeks of the schedule, he will earn his fourth scoring, cham- pionship in the last five years. Tlie six foot, one-inch, 210- Last ditch try Pittsburgh Pirates' catcher Charlie Sands makes a diving attempl 1o snore a foul pop oH the bat of New York Mels' Don Harm in a Nalicna! League exhibition game Monday. The ball glanced off Sands' glove and Hahn got a second chance to hit. Short sport LIONS INK TWO VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia Lions today announc- ed (he signing of non-import flanker Ross Clarkson, of Simon Fraser University, and import linebacker Steve Boise State. Vogel, of RUTHERFORD LOST PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitts- burgh Penguins lave lost goalie Jim Rutherford for at least two reeks and possibly tlie re- uainder of the season due ti luliod ligamenls in his let oiee, coach Ken ScWnkel saic ROBINSON CRACKS TOE PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP Robinson, the vetera! star who signed a two-year cor iract with California Angels to this spring, cracked his :oc while climbing into a radio television booth Monday an will be sidelined for at leas1 three weeks. X-rays confirmed the fracture ci the fourth toe on Robinson' left foot. Minor hockey Lethbridge Juvenile Warriors nd Medicine Hat Wheelers bat- ed to a 4-4 deadlock in the rst game of their southern Ibefta Juvenile A playoff. The too clubs were tied 1-1 fter the first period and 2-2 fter two. They split four goals venly in the final 20 minutes. John Milroy paced the War- riors with two goals while sin- les went to Lloyd Price and )eniu'5 Mezei. Tom Wray ad Don Provinch- r each notched a pair for the Vheelers. Next game In the series Is et for Medicine Hat this Sun- day afternoon. Two goals each by Brad Lowe and Craig Robinson pro- pi-opelled the Bruins to a 5-1 victory over the Blades in Ban- im "B" play. Ross Mitchell cliippsd in with single while Jacob Neufeld replied for the Blades. In a Midget exhibition game tlie Lethbridge Colts belted Pin cher Creek 11-4 as three play- ers tallied two goals each. Hit j tha scoresheet- twice were Cuff Miyashiro, Greg Kveder and Bob Quinell. Singles came off the sticks of Richard Shard low, Peter Wenzel, Dave Jack- son and John Lengyel. The Maple Leafs skated to a 6-2 victory over the Canadiens and stayed within two points of the league leading Maroons in Bantam "A" action Monday night. Both the Leafs and Maroons have one game left in league play. In last night's tilt, Walter Montina scored twice to leai the Leafs to (he win while Bailey, Roy Duval, G-or don Keith and James Severt son added singles. Glen Greeve and Terry Hem rich' replied for the Canadiens In a Bantam "B" contest Keviii Morely fired in a pair o goals and led the Monarchs a 4-2 decision over the Cou gsrs. Mark Roberts and Tren Aueh added singles while Kev- n Miller and Reed Stringham scored for the Cougars. In Midget action, Dennis Lud- vig, Rocky Magee, Tom Block, Keith Miyashiro, Bryan Mur- ray, Rick McRoberts and hiane Lendnim each tallied a solo marker and gave the A.C.T Bantam "A" Reps a 7-1 win over the Ti-Cats, who received heir only goal from Bob Haw- uns. Neil Court rifled in a hat- rick and paced .the Tigers to a 7-3 exhibition Pee Wee match against Milk River. Bruce Besplug, Jim Allen Daniel Zrim and Robert Wax chipped in with a goal each while Gord McCoy scored twice and Ron Van Brock once for Milk River. Slow pitch meeting set for Thursday Tlie Major Men's Slow League will hold an importan organizational meeting Tlvurs day night at the Miners' Li brary. AU teams wishing to ente the league this season mus have a representative at the p.m. meeting. The deadline for entries vvi be Thursday. Ducan Industries, Lethbridg Glass, Silverwood Dairies, Ad vance Lumber and Canadia Western Natural Gas have a ready shown interest to joi the league and a number more teams arc welcome. Meanwhile Ed Cutler was re cently named president of th 1972-73 year. Ray Schow was elected vice-president while the tary and treasurers posts wer to Arnel Joevenazzo and D; Wilson respectively. ound native of Sault Sic. larie, Ont., also leads the eague in goals with 46. Esposito, who earned as leir firsl-half scoring leader ris season, currently enjoys a 3-point margin over second- lace Bobby Clarke of Phila- elphia Flyers. In third spot with 89 points is lie Flyers' Hick MacLeish, the eague leader in power-play ;oals with 18. Jean Ratelle of New York gangers is in fourth place in scoring race with 86 points. Tied in fifth-place vyih 82 points we Jacques Lemaire ot Mori- real Canadiens, Dennis Hut Black Hawks and John Bucyk and Bobby Orr of the Bruins Orr leads in assists with 62. The Canadiens appear set on aking the Veiina Trophy from Hawks. Canadiens' combination of Ken Dryden, Wayne Ttomas and Michel Plassc has allowed ;ames for a 2.25 average That's 20 goals fewer than their nearest rivals, New York Hangers, have allowed. Dryden the league's shutout leadei with six. Canadiens last week equalled record for the longest unde feated streak on the road by go- ing )5 games without a loss be- fore being beaten 5-3 Sunday a Boston. Montreal now share, this mark with Boston's 1940-4 ieam and Detroit Red Wings 1951-52 club. NHL LEADERS Esposito, B Clarice, Pha cLeish, Pha Ratelle, R Leniaire, M Hull, C yk, B Martin, C Orr, B G A 46 59 1 31 61 43 46 3? 47 i 38 44 I 37 46 AT Capri Bowl, NagaU came up with his biggest night of the year In JCCA lo earn the men's bowler of- title he hit for 227, 291 and 354 for an 872 triple, well over his average of 223 special mention goes to George Mai bin of Green's Shoes who, with an average of 200, clicked for 236, 214 and 307 for an 807 riple Steady Jtm Patsey :ook the women's bowler-of- the-week honors with a pair of standout performances In the YBC provincial fin- als, Capri trundlera qualified for six berths in tlie national final in Saskatoon starting April 14 Lor! Palmar- chuk took the Alberta junior girls' crown going sway by posting 217, 252 and 290 for a 759 triple The local sen- ior boys' team nabbed pro- vincial honors and a crack at a Canadian championship In men's league play for the week, Ivor Carlton rolled 305, All Pedrini 316, Ken Kurtz a 792 triple and Jack Smeed 772 to pace Knights ot Columbus while in Gordie's John Hempel was good for 325 and 766, Morgan Sparks 320, Ken Malcomson 308, Jack Stead 303, Eldon Westling 325, Jack Smeed an 806 triple, Tak Katakami 786 and Steve Miklos 316 There were some solid efforts in Green's In Sundquist Construction she rolled 271, 256 and 329 for an 856 triple and followed that- up with an 847 in Henry. Homes on the strength 334, 258 and 25S for the six-! game sel she averaged a sparkling 283 with her 856 the season high in Simdquist Dorothy Coolidge set a pair oft season iiigiis ill Morning Coffee with a 339 single and 759 triple, a lop-notch and many, many pins over her 173 average. by beating out Red Deer by 97 pins Ken Kurtz led the way with a big 871 triple while Darrell Lagler added 702, Ron GreUingcr 668, Dar- irin Ttomanciik 757 and Barry Neldermicr 629 Merlyn Bunnage just failed to win bantam boys' honors, coming up with a 635 triple which fell only 31 pins short of the winning mark. Shoes led by Frank Tuttle's 815 triple, Baden Pilling's 374, Sid Pollock 311, Kim Kov- acs 303 and 781, Bill Hamil- ton 324 and 774, Lauro Novak 780 and A! Smith 301 and 779 Miin Take da was on the beam in JCCA with 356 and 830 while Bob Senda added 302 and Harumi Fujita 317 Frank Lcblanc paced Civil Service with 305 and Darwin Romanchuk was the week's star In Young Adults with a 340. In women's league play for the week, Marlene Bosch with a 743 and Connie Marsh- alsay with a 833 led Higa's while in Rights of Columbus Ruth Aldoff hit for 308 and Wilma Valer 293 and 730 Pat Plomp's 288 was high in Wilson's Juniors white a 278 by Parascak led Speedys Besides Dorothy Coolidge's 339 and 759, Kay Davison had a 741 triple in Morning Coffee while in Mar- tinizing Lorraine Kirchaer was the pace-setter 'with a 338, Jean Christie adding 290 and 758 and Pat Leclaire a 753 .Jeanette Smeed put together a fine 829 triple to lead Green's with Jean Chris- tie posting 296 and 728 while in NuMode Homes Mary Rath had a 318, Kay Wheeler 300, Annabelle Pruegger sot and Bernice Pavan 746 Kathy Clements had a 315 in Sundquist with Marie Smith sparkling with a 318 and 632 Marj Fujita led JCCA with a 743 triple while in Doug's tf.e leaders were Helen Rossetti with a 746, Mary Mihalik 2S3, Dorothy Anderson 745 and Jean Passey 293 and 775 Linda Malcomson's 331 paced Satur- day YBC, Carolyn Passey's 289 lopped Young Adulis and Karlyn Spilzer's 703 was high in Civil Service Oddity, of the week belongs to Ruth Coppietters who spared a headpin in Wilson's Junior League. Goalies hot in broomball Four netminders played flaw- less between the pipes and re- gistered shutouts in City Broomball League action Sun- day, Dennis Diesing was outstand- ing in the nets for Local 740 and gave his teammates a slim 1-0 decision over Honda. Rudy Fleisehhauer tall i e d the lone marker in the game. Honda was shutout again later in the evening as they dropped another 1-0 verdict to tlie Red Devils. Stan Adamus scored with 10 seconds remaining in the con- test and enabled Frank Koc- sinko to score the shutout. The Red Devils, who also played two games Sunday even- ing, dropped the Knight Club- bers 2-1. Tom Virostek and Jerry Hasil notched a goal each in the win while Jim Wensveen replied for the Clubbers. In another contest, Cliff Lee registered his twelfth shutout of the season as he led Wel- terrlich to a 4-0 decision over Fiorino Rovers. Lee's shutout tied the 1972 record. Gus Fomradas scored a pair of goals in the victory while Helmut Fomradas and Alvin Tietz added singles. Norm Vaselenak jacked the fourth shutout of the night as he gave Southern Signs a slim 1-0 win over Herman's Upholstery. Doug Huff notched the lone marker. In one final encounter, John Seaman and Jim McLaren tal- lied a goal each and guided Sunburst Ceramics to a 2-1 vic- tory over the Correctional In- stitute. D. Mills managed a solo mar- ker in a losing cause. Meanwhile the Red Devils and Welterlich used the week- end games to tune up for the Western Canada Broomball championships slated in Moosa Jaw later in the month. Valuable Af o senior from. Raymond, was a valuable F-rformer for the Montana Stale University basketball lecm this season. He was the club's most accurate shooter, hitting 54 per cent of his shots from the field. Ho over- itting 54 per cent of his shots from the field. 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