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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE U1KBR1DG6 HERAIO Weitne'dtiy, Worth 14, 1973 Gals rink receives scare in Monlrwil' [cKenzie schoolboy favorite now MONCTON, N.B. CCP) With a seven-year-old fan cheer- ing the rooting section, Uoss HIcKenzio's rink from British Columbia stepped inlo the fa- vorite role Tuesday night in the Canadian schoolboy cur ling championship. Laurie Anne KarcJelis is nmcng many B.C. fans who were hoping the McKenzie foursome finishes on (cp in the 11-rink round-robin tournament, wlu'cli would give the province its sec- ond title iii (he championship's 27-year history. Jerry Caiighlin j with Serge Ootc of Alma, Que., of Osoyoos, B.C., the title iii 19UI. "She's been watching every game since the zone playoffs, cheering us all the said the 17-year-okl McKenzie, a Grade 12 student at Kumloops secondary school which repre- sented B.C. in llic championship in 1863. McKenzie, along with third Bob Hotden, second Gary Kar- Mark McDonald of Gnna- noque, Ont. The leaders cacti had 3-1 records entering this afternoon's fifth round. The B.C. rink earned top spot with n surprising 10-1 win in the fourth round over Allan Becker of Huniboldt, Sask., who con- ceded after seven ends, and a third-round 8-5 extra-end triumph over David Ivcrson of Winnipeg. brother and lead i "This should bolster the con- Breck Rcinicr, share first place fidcnco of our said Per Gallon on Our Best Paint Bu uy ffor our pafnl at o Iruly dable price and we'll custom tint t no cxlra charge. High hiding power nnds the need for a second coat most times, 4 Premium Finishes, Interior Lalex, Semi-Gloss Enamel, Velvet Enamel In your choice of colour plus High Gloss Enamel (White Regular Woolco Price 11.97 gal 3.69 qt. 7 .97 Gallon 2.45 quart Pre-Pasted Washable WALLPAPER Fiesta Choose from our huge stock of pre-pasted, washable wallpapers and save! Many new patterns now avail- able. Don't miss this great value. Double rolls only. Step Ladders Hrgh quality, and in 2 popular sizes. i o no 5-fr. EachHO.YO 6-ft. Each! 5.93 Extension Ladder Economically priced exten- sion la cider that's bolh strong and lightweight. 20-ff. Each 3U7 Household cleaner, thinner, 8BQ lighter, s p o I re- mover. 40-oz. each .39 132-or, each MAC TAC Self Adhesive Decorator Vinyl Many beautiful paMerns and colouri available in this handy 2 yd. x 18-in. package. Each .98 jlloklcn, 17, who lias bscii cur- ig for four years anO >vhusg Ilia.-, Doug, coaches the rink." llio rinks arc so even at everyone should lose ins ini'c a rink with two or rce losses could win it." Alone at hvo wins atitl a cle- at was Bill Qunpbcll of Darl- outli, N.S., while four rinks ere bunched at 2-2 -Gib An- -uski of 3oylc, Alia., Douy ildwell of Oromocto, N.B., ecker aiTt Iverson. Peter MacUonalcl oi' Sunnncr- de, P.E.I., had a win and two efeafs, wliile Randy of John's, Nfld., and Northern ntnrio's Richard Thompson of apuska5iug were both winiess 0-3. In the meantime if things cep going the way they have ecu, they'll be transporting the cw Brunswick entry to the Ca- adian girls' curling champion- lip matches by ambulance. Carolyn Mittou's Moncton uarlet received a scare in uesday's fifth round whsn F.CC nd Claudette Daigle slipped nd struck [ace on a rack uslied to hospital for x-rays ot er nose and cheak which roved negative, she is ex iccted to play today, fn other fifth round play aurie Ross, Montreal, clumped loria Basha's Charlottetown, .E.I., rink 10-8; Chris Plcl arko, Winnipeg, defeated Bettj nne Scopie's Nova Scc'.ia en ry 11-4; Sandra Hushagsn, To- onto, beat Nancy Dyck, Matk- .nzie, B.C.. 7-5; and Delia Ilob- Deboll, oyce Butt, Labrador City, fid., 10-S. Saskatoon was UIB only mi- icaten rink after Tuesday's lay. Open Daily 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mttyor Magratfi Drive Olga Korbul, Russia's captivating gym no si, displays a T-shirt presented lo her Tuesday by members of Ihe Oigci Korfau-f Fan Ciub of Beverly Hills. Korbul and Ihe Russian gym team are in California for a series of exhibitions. Durocher upset receiving fine COCOA, Fla. (AP) Man- ager Leo Durocher of Houston Astros was fined Tuesday by National League president Chub Feeney for interfering with his team's meeting Mon- day with Marvin Miller. D u r o c h e r responded by threatening to resign and lake the matter to court. "It's payable before the first of the Durocher said. "There's no way I'll pay that or let the Houston club pay it. I ivill resign and take them to court. "I can't see what authority he Durocher said of Feeney. "This is a point of Durocher said. "As you know, I've been fined many times in my career. I've never squawked when the fines have been legitimate. However, now I've been fined and never been given the courtesy of a phono call to explain my side." Durocher was notified of the fine by telegram following Tuesday's game between Hous- ton and Boston Red Sox. Spec Richardson, vice-presi- dent and general manager of the Astros, said: "I don't want this guy to resign, he's doing a hell of a job. We can't pay the fine for him. He's mad and won't let me.1 The Astros were meeting with Milter, executive-director of the Major League Baseball Players' Association, in centre field at Pompano Beach, Fla., prior (o their exhibition game with Texas Rangers when Durocher called them away for batlin, practice. Most "of Houston's regulars were left behind for the trip to Pompano Beach, but Richard- son insisted he did not prevent any players from attending the meeting. Miller angrily fold Richardson that Durocher's action was a violation of a written contract and vowed that players would not ratify Ihe three-year agree- ment recently reached through collective bargaining "until this matter is cleared up." Richardson, speaking of the meeting and Durocher's action, said: "Leo is 100-per-cent cor- rect. This was a grandstand show for the public by Jliller in centre field." Durocher added: "There was no interference on my part at all. Our players signed to a man that they did not want to go to the meeting. "We had a bus scheduled to leave for Pompano at a.m. My job is to pick a club for the National League season. 1 picked the players I wanted lo see. They were mostly kids. There were not many regulars. No one wanted to make Ihe trip. "Larry Dierker went along only because he was the player Duroeher said of the Astros pitcher. "He went for one. resign as player representative, to tell Marvin Miller in person. "AH 38 a man- voted not to go to the meeting. They also signed a statement. They just didn't want to go." "I wasn't there when Duro- clier pulled the team out of the meeting, but I think he did said Richardson. "If we had one player there who wanted to be there, Leo would have been wrong. But nobody wanted to go." H78-UI855) no charge lor tire mounting SMOOTH, COMFORTABLE RIDE WIDE SERIES 78' DESIGN WEAR MILEAGE GUARANTEED ur description. No industrywide standard exists. FRESH DJJY CHARGED cATIERsrEs 8 TRACK STEREO 'Tlie racer's edge' for bettor engine performance, Limil 2 cans per customer. in Canoda CHROME RlVERSE WHgELS Ho Exchange Needed Deep tiish reverse wheels rlch nlcVel chrome finish. For most I'T' and 15" sizes. ALL SIZES, ONE PRICE Dry charged for over four years ot oV'pyi'itJouiu po-i ruMnuKCO Ho Installation charge. 12 volr. Complete; VrMiii poini s, rotor, condenser. 6 or 3 cylinder cars. RR45. 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