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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Voth sisters combine in final ANDY CAPP By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer It was one of the most ex iting moments of my Coach Wilma Winter could ardly contain herself when she vas asked how she felt about University of Lethbridge FIRST EVENT WINNERS Scott Henderson of bridge and his mates won the first event at the Elks Bonspie which ended Sunday at the Lethbridge Curling With were left to right third Dennis Kjeldgaard and skip left to r rind Steve Gillies and lead Red Van Redi of Medicine Hat was second followed by Norm Williams 01 i oremost and Jerald Hutchinson of Giacomin shows form by blanking Toronto SECOND EVENT WINNERSThe Joe Seaman rink of Lethbridge won the second The winners front left to skip Art Borzel third left to right second Tom Lewko and lead Tokio Second place went to Joe Faichuk of Medicine Third was Hearn of Foremost and fourth Dan Watson of THIRD EVENT WINNERS Bruce Macintosh of Granum won the third The winners ans left to skip MacKintosh and third Gordon left to second Don Gassner and lead Chuck Second place was won by Garth Nilsson of Third place went to Bob Rainbow of Picture Fourth was won by Roy Johnson of Chinooks Canadian champs Chinook girls winning the Cana dian Junior Girls Basketball Championship title in Vancouv er over the The Chinooks picked up three straight victories in the four team round robin tournament to gain the In their tourney opener the I Chinooks trimmed the Univer j sity of British Columbia junior varsity Thunderettes 46 45 1 which was probably the turning point of the Coach Winter felt a win was a must in this encounter By IAN MaeLAINE Canadian Press Sports Writer Eddie Giacomin admitted re cently he was prepared to con first place in the National Hockey Leagues East Division to Boston Bruins and was look ing ahead to the The New York Hanger goalie gave more than at Madi son Square Garden a playoff preview Sunday blanking Toronto Maple Leafs 10 on Summaries UNDAY NEW YORK 1 TORONTO 8 First Period 1 New Mac iregor 15 Hadfield enaltles Monahsn Ley Sather Irvine Ley Saltier misconduct Second Period No Penal ies Ley Irvine ma ir Brown 12 Rolfe Third 3eri6d No Penalty Dorey Shots on goal by oronlo 8 New York 15 14 Attendance MONTREAL 5 PITTSBURGH 1 First Period Ma lovlich 32 Laperriere Pieau 1 21 Penalties Roberto Kannegies er Lapoinle Mahovlich Harbaruk Second Period Trem blay 10 Tardif 3 Richard 11 Lemalre Pitts Stewart 1 Mccallum Penalties Kannegiesser Bouchard Third Period Tardif I Pleau 6 Ma hovlich 25 cournoyerl Penalty Roberto Shots on goal by 13 14 12 Attendance BUFFALO 5 MINNESOTA 0 First Period Buffalo Anderson 13 Watson 2 OShea Meehan 21 Dryden Penalties Watson parise Duff 16 Second Period No scoring penal lies Harrlsl Watson Mil oin Keenan Third Period Anderson 14 Goyette ton 2 Atkinson son Shots on goal by uffalo 1 631 Minnesota 12 4 Attendance CHICAGO 4 LOUIS 4 First Period No scoring Penal ties Magnuson Connelly Jarrett 7 Sordeleau 12 Second ericd Huck 6 Arbour Con nelly 11 Unger 3 Mikita 21 MakI Sutherland 16 Brewer Penalties Shmyr 4 double Selby Maloney Korab major Third Period Chicago MakI 1 Magnuson 2 04 6 St Camer on 12 McCreary 25t 7 Mikita 22 Korelll 1509 8 Campbell 15 D Maki 18 20 Penalties Brew er Hull 15 Shots on goal by Louis 8 13 Chicago Attendance DETROIT 8 CALIFORNIA 5 First Period Hicke 21 Williams 1 42 Hardy 2 Hlcke Penalty Robilaille Second Period Hary 3 Jarre Bergman 7 Collins Redmond 7 41 5 Charron 8 Luce 6 B Hicke 15 Croteau 13 7 Delvecchlo 17 Howe LeClerc 8 Luce enallies Third Period 9 Bergman Detroit Webster 27 Brown B Hlcke 16 Redmond Luce 3 Brown 13 Red d 18 Collins I Ities Niekamp Brown i I Hardy uts on goal nclioit 16 ornia 12 16 STURDAY ST LOUIS BUFFALO I St Period St Unger iLorentl St Con 10 Unger 912 Lrj Sutherland 15 Lorentil Penalties Hamilton o Pratt 854 Barclay P lager Second Period Unger 20 Morrison Penally Bob lager Third Period St Ar bour 1 Connelly 6 Lorenlz 17 Brew er St Cameron 13 10 42 8 McCreary 9 Bob Plager Unger 21 enaltles Bar game Piatt game misconduct Louis bench Brewer 16 Shots on goal by Buffalo II 8 133 Attendance H1LADELPH1A t TORONTO 2 First Period Mor rison S Hillman 13 32 Penalties Second Period 2 Kelly 12 Hillman Peters 5 Hale MacMillan 21 Penalty Dorey 10 16 Third Period 5 TrotHer 17 Spencer Penalty Shots on goal by Philadelphia 10 10 15 9 Atlendancs CHICAGO 4 MONTREAL 1 First Period Koroll 15 Mikita Montreal Richard 10 Tremblay PenaltiesHoule Roberto Mikiia Second Period Mikita 20 White 1 5fi 4 Stepleton 7 Pappln Penalties Third 3eriod Pappin 20 B OSheal Staplelon Houle Harper 923 Shols oi goal by Chicago 11 S 102 Montreal 6 Attendance BOSTON 6 VANCOUVER 9 First Period Hal 18 Corriqan 18 Penaltie 5 McKenzie Schmaul 11 Wilkins Espo silo Second Period Bucyk 48 Esposito E5 posilo 61 Hodge Car Ieton 14 Orr Carle Ion 15 Awrev Van Paiement 27 Quinn Penalties Walton 5 26 Taylor 13 Third 3eriod Mak 18 Faiement Bos Walton 6 Orr McKenzie 25 Orr Penalties Westfa double misconduct Doak Green Cashman Boudrla 19 33 Shots on goal by Boston B 27 11 vancouver 10 7 14 Attendance LOS ANGELES i DETROIT J First Period Collins Derenson 639 Los An Lonsberry 20 Pulford penalties Pulford Bergma Second Period Los Anqele Berry 21 Widing Redmond 17 Webster Rob taille Los widlnq 2 Byers Penalty Backstrom 14M4 Third Period 6 Los G nier 7 Howell Los Joyat 15 Lon berry Penalties Webster 0 3 Byers 2 Shots on goal by Detroit 10 Los Angeles 7 14 Attendance 9 202 MINNESOTA t PITTSBURGH C First Period scoring Pena ties McCallum Harve Harris 13 Hextall Second Period scoring ycnt ties Blackburn Third Period No Pena ties None Shols en goal by 5 Pittsburgh 17 Attendance ruce MacGregors firstperiod The second to Bos n in the and the fourth ace Leafs are expected to meet in one East Division emifinal while Boston takes on ontreal Canadiens in the The Canadiens looked in play ff form thumping the ometown Pittsburgh Penguins In other Chicago lack who clinched the iVest Division title crambled to a 44 tie with ouis Detroit Red Wings oppled California Golden Seals 5 and Buffalo Sabres blanked linnesota North Stars Philadelphia Flyers improvec heir playoff hopes in the West upsetting the Leafs in Pronto to move five points head of fifthplace Pittsburgh n other Saturday Chi ago defeated Montreal 41 to ock division Bos on scored a 63 win over Van ouver Los Angeles Cings downed Detroit St Louis romped 90 over Buffalo and Minnesota and Pittsburgh layed a 00 Im not concerned about firsj lace any Giacomin saic cllowing a recent Ranger win If it that would be jus extra But our main concern is to mid on to second place and a he same time build up momen to carry us into the play said the Sudburyborn goalie whose shutout Sundaj was a leagueleading The with 109 points lead New York by 10 while th Sangers have a healthy 16poin cushion on Toronto i another nine points back in th East Division The iron man who played 7 Ranger games each of the tw previous seasons has been ge ting lots of rest with rooki Gilles Villemure sharing th goaltending chores this seasoi Only total collapse would ro them of the Vezina Troph which goes to the goaltendin staff allowing the fewest goa during the The addition of Villemure and possibly the mask h donned for the first time this have removed much the tension and mental fatigu 31yearold Giacomin faced in previous obtained In midseason trade with Detro gave Giacomin all the offenc he needed with his 15th goal the season and ninth in the la 10 Ranger Giacomin helped his cause by stopping Leafs R Ellis on a breakaway early the third He turnei aside a shots by a Toron team whose ranks were d pleted through injuries centres Norm Ullman and Da Keon and winger Paul Hende the Thunderettes were con dered to be their tougnest Minnie Van Dueren the Chi ooks sharpshootuig forward as fouled out after 10 minutes play and the situation looked according to coach Win Trailing by five points at half ne the Chinooks came to life and quickly pounced on their owildered With tie more than three minutes emaining the Chinooks built up five point lead and hung onto until the buzzer Leona Voth the tall star cen e for the Chinooks paved the ay with a 19 point Saturday morning the Chl ooks kept things going as they ropped Ottawa Rievers 7059 and needing only one more vie iry for the Canadian Minnie Van Dueren must ave felt disappointed with her erformance against the Thun erettes Friday night as she ame up with an outstanding 0poinl Rosemary Brod rick also aided in the win with 3 points while Leona and Linda oth each chipped in with In the third and final match f the tourney the Chinooks lew a victory would mean the Canadian title which they saw lip out of their hands last The girls hungry for the title umped the Victoria First Jnited in a hardfought efensive At half tine the Chinooks led 622 but Victoria came within whisker to tie the match early in the second The situation didnt change much until the seven minute mark as the Victoria team OTHERS CANT ACT TOR Raymond wins consolation side CALGARY Special T he Ross Sheppard Raymond Comets failed to de Wolsey was also named as the gain got within a basket of ying the The Chinooks t this time broke loose and ncreased their lead assuring lemselves the Leona Voth and sister Linda ave the Chinooks steady shpot ng hooping 18 and 15 points IADE DEFERENCE Linda could be considered as the big difference as she swish ed ten of her points in the final lalf with fine outside For the Victoria club Judy Pearson was high scorer with nine points while Trish Had Sharon Kinghorn and Gail Piatelli chipped in with six The Chinooks received the Sabbath trophy and were pre sented with gold medals hy Frank Bain of the British Col umbia Centennial University of Thunder second place finishers in the round robin tourna got sivler Thunderettes took second place earlier in the evening by defeating Ottawa Rievers Trish Yard led the victors in that game with 12 points and Linda Elaine Owen and Loren Moffet had 10 Debbie Cross scored seven points for backed up by Anne Liebeck and M a r y each with six Ottawas defeat by as well as a 7059 loss in the mor ing to ensured last place in the fourteam stand CHAJIPION DIES England AP Former world flyweight boxing champion Jackie died in a hospital here late He had been ailing for several He won the tills from Tuniaisna Young Perez at Manchester in 1932 and lost it to another Benny Lynch in the same stadium in fend their Alberta Senior High School A Boys Basketball title as they were dropped in the first round of play in Cal gary over the Meanwhile the Magrath Zen iths who travelled with the Com ets to Calgary for the twoday tourney also lost their first match of the tourney and fell to the way Raymond faced Edmontons Ross Shepard Thunderbirds in their opening game and suf fered a 6156 setback pushing them into the Consolation sec tion of the Lloyd Fairbanks came up with a 27 point performance for the Comets but things just didnt work out for the defend ing Fairbanks Brent playing for the Thuncerbirds topped their scoring with Although the championship was now out of reach for the Comets they kept tnemsevles alive in the consolation section dumping the Calgary Lord Beaver Brook High School 6156 to move into the On the other hand the Ma grath club who were dumpec by the Jasper Place Rebels 55 46 came on strong in their sec ond tourney encounter an edged the Salsibury Sabres 53 48 and gained a spot in the consolation finals against the In the consolation final Bay mond showed strong power like they did in regular league play this past season and rocket the Zeniths Gary Williams led the Com els with 23 points while Don Hamilton topped the Zenith scorers with a big 25 point per In the championship fina Brian Hart and Curt Wolsey both named to the allstar team led Edmonton Jasper Plac Rebels to Alberta title with 5143 win over Edmonton Ros The coached by form er Western Football Conferenc star Johnny went unde feated in three games durin the single knockout compe Other players selected as al stars were Lloyd Fairbanks o the defending champion Ray mond Comets and Doug oils and Steve both o most valuable player in the two day In the championship Jasper Place led 3231 after three quarters and outscored Ross Ehtppard 1912 in the final Wolsey paced the winners ith 17 points and Hart scored Murray Katz and Panteluk ach got 11 points for the los Vaiixliall new Jiampions The Vauxhall D and R Shell eign as the new Alberta Inter aediate Mens basketball cham ions as they dumped Calgary Altario 9687 Saturday night in he championship The Vauxhall crew had to come through the back door to in the championship as they were dropp3d by 116100 earlier in the modified double knock out Enroute to the finals Vaux lall dumped Calgary Super S Drugs 10084 in the tourney opener and after the loss to the Altarios they came back with a victory over Marquis of Meanwhile Calgary Allario dumped Marquis 7371 and moved into the finals with the victory over the D and In the championship final Vauxhall held a slim 2524 lead after the first quarter of play and increased it to 5344 by half MEN NEEDED In this area lo train BUYERS HOGS AND SHEEP Ii en to 65 For Iocs ttfdftw background to NATIONAL MEAT PACKEK TRAINING SB M11t Vdge Calgary 4745 in final Lakers win Alberta B title FOURTH EVENT WINNERS Ensu Bacuda of Leth LiJro wnn lio louilli The hft to T Brrpdn and tlirri Back lifl o Ted Major and IBJCJ J i HciKcn finished ncnrd hy V no 01 nrri firn Hnrnci nf Picture WRESTLING TONIGHT AUDITORIUM TiiE GUTCMER vs LES THORNTON SWEETAN vs 6 Great j By LLOYD YAMAGISHI I Herald Sports Writer sTie Stirling Lakers represent the Southwest conference the Alberta B Boys championship title Infore a capacity crowd in ths mston Churchill High School Saturday The Lakers scored a narrow I 45 hard fought victory over 1 Queen Elizabeth High School to top off a most ipwardmg Enroute to the championship filial in the twoday single ockout affair the Lakers limbed the Lacombe Rams 62 in their tourney opener Fri i v night and downed Drum inller 4739 in the Meanwhile the Queen Ehza 1 i th Knights of Calgary tripped Camrose 4133 in the tour nament opener and ousted the 11nremost Falcons in the other series In the championship final the Lakers and the Knights iiiccl out jittery ond couldnt I get the biittcrflys out of their Ths Lakers hit the score board first and kept control of the situation throughout t h e firsl eight minutes of play slip ping up on a few Going into the second quarter a slim 1211 edge the Lak ers got careless and watched the Knights come to life By the end of the quarter the Lak ers found themselves in a dif ferent position trailing the Cal in the exciting contest the Lak ers got control of the ball and went into ttall offensive at tack Leading at this time the Lakers penetrated inlo the Knights zone and past the ball around hoping to eat up the With 30 seconds showing on the clock Lakers coach John Hickens called a time out which only heightened the ten sion among the screaming When the ball nas put back gary club After the brief half time rest the Lakers oame out dej into play the defending Knights tei mined and anxious to regain j lashed out desperately in hop the ing to regain possession of the Things started off quickly in j bal1 for a fmal shot at ftc the second half as both clubs trying desperately to mn As Hie final seconds wore Alberta title forced each other j away the Knights knew their with end to end rushes never dreams of winning the slowing down the At tho rnd of three quarter time the Lakers regained the lead once again and earned themselves a u3 lead into the final eight The fourth quarter was more less a defensive display j fmsive were slowly vanishing and heir only hope was to try next Brian Peterson plaved a fan tastic game for the Lakers as he hooped 15 points and con stantly came up with key dc hoth clubs as they each hooped six With a minute left i o r d o n PciiRilly another guard displayed a strong per formance controlling the ball wisely on the offensive Pengilly was second high scor er for the Lakers with 10 For the Knights Jim Bul locks shooting ability was over During the four quarters Bullock only missed field shots and sunk both his free throw tries for a 22 point In the Consolation final Ed montons Austin OBrien squeezed past the Lacombe Rams 615 after taking a 2618 lead at the The Rams caught up to the Edmonton club bv three quar ter time and both clubs sat with 44 points Dale Fcrrick and Terry Du charski topped tho Edmonton scorers with 13 points and 12 points respectively while Gor don Graves managed 23 points in a losing In earlier consolation play the Edmonton Concordia beat Scxsmith Satires 6049 hut were ousled by Lacombe in the semi finals 6765 Austin OBrien into the finals by wlup I ping Camrose The Largest Selection of Bicycles 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