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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thutidoy, Martli 13, 1973 Local rink in trouble WINNIPEG (CP) Dick Tin- did- ol Hegliia led Ms Sas- katchewan rink lo their eighth straight victory Wednesday In the Canadian policemen's cur- ling championships. Tinchcr nipped Northern On- tario's Bill Dustln 7-0 while se-.- ond-placc British Columbia, represented by Neil Dlckson ol Victoria, dele'ated Eric Bower of Charlottetown, P.E.I., 11-3 in eight ends. B.C. has a 7-1 record in the round-robin tour- nament. In other eighth-round draws, Ottawa's Bob Nicholson downed Bob Flock of Winnipeg 9-7 to give Ontario a share of third spot with Manitoba, Northern Ontario and George McCharles' Newfoundland rink from Corner Brook, which stopped Guy Founder of Quebec 11-6. All are tied with 5-3 records. Jim Armstrong of Wliilehorse, Yukon-N.W.T., trounced Bob Morrison of Lethbridge 12-2 in eight ends and Huss Coupland of Truro, N.S., downed Max Keeping of Saint John, N.B. 10 6. Alberta, Nova Scotia and Yu kon-N.W.T. are tied with 3-5 records, followed by Prince Ed ward Island with 2-6 and Que- bec and New Brunswick with 1 7 records. In today's ninth round, Que- bec meets New Brunswick Newfoundland meets Yukon N.W.T., Saskatchewan goo against P.E.I., Northern Of tario against Nova Scotia, B.C plays Manitoba and Ontari meets Alberta. The 12-team tournament enc Friday. In the sixth round, Morriso got back on the winning trac after losing three straigh Tuesday as he dumped Bowe 12-8. Morrison suffered hi fourth loss of the event in th seventh round as he was edge 2. 'rong horns, G, Smith ('.Veisgerber, aiarlck) 3. Prcnghorns, Klslo) 4. Winers' Heck (Max- Hi, Boswell) 5. Smith (Ferchuk, Klslo) A. G. Smith (Laiarlck, Weis- Tber) 7, Pronghorns, Lawr- k (Welsgerber, BowcsJ onghcrns, Kisio Penalties Hammersted, Remmie, R. YamagfshF R. Yamagishi. Second 9. Pronghwiv (Kisio, Hornberger) II Oners', Waxweir CCanadrne, Heck Penalties R. Yar agishf, Welsgcrtttf, T. Wiebc. Thlrrf period 11, Pronghorns, .mltfi (Wcisgerber) 12. Prong isrns, L, YamaghhT (Kbl, Harris 13. Miners', Boullon CHeck Aaxwell) 14. Pronghorns, Wels- CG. Smllh) 15, Prcng- LazaricV (G. Smllh) Pen- NHL LEADERS Esposito, B Clarke, Pha...... MacLelsh, Pha RsteKc, R Lamaire, M Ducyk, B Mariin, C........, Hull, C.......... ppin, C Orr, S F. Mahovlieh, M GAP 46 fil 107 31 61 44 46 itS 39 47 35 43 If, 55 37 45 37 45 A Pt New England 40 34 1 277 228 3a 29 2 254 214 7 Cleveland Philadelphia J3 36 Ne.v York 31 37 tjuebcc !9 35 37 Western DIvisit W L 41 27 35 31 34 32 33 33 32 35 35 41 Ha ow, Murkln, duct, gam misc Los Angeles Alfcerla Chicago WHA LEADERS Ward, MY Latroix, P Beaudin, W LflWSOn, P HUM, v; t Bordelcau, VI Webster, NE Cattery. NE Carlelon, O La boss i ere, II TVemblay, Q 2 ?31 5 746 573 4 243 231 rt T F A pl 3 265 223 A 254 742 3 221 232 5 237 231 2 339 335 2 327 261 41 65 V 35 60 5-i 40 Schmidt, Remmie (mlscon- GT 550 INDY 3 cylinder, electric start. 1973 Replacement Price NOW GT 750 IE MANS 3 cylinder, eleciric starl, water cooled 1 973 Re placemen I Prrce NOW WANS BSA SPRING SPECIALS 1 ONLY 1972 BSA Thunderbolt 1 ONLY 1972 BSA Lightning Ask for JOHN SIMPSON MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3271 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. Elks drub Vauxlmll with ease ESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pts Ekalcon 43 11 II 180 in Finn 39 17 10 3J2 212 23 26 10 273 252 66 andon 28 29 9 301 298 45 tlft current 25 W 6 56 Inntpeg 16 40 10 263 345 42 Division edicine Hat 37 18 9379735 83 dmonlon ......37 18 7 276 81 alserv 34 50 11 293 21? West ictcrla 6ncciivcr 38 21 -14 256 70 12 51 4 732 379 28 10 5? J 190 406 23 OCKEY SCORES National intreal 5 Defroll 3 ronfo 5 Philadelphia 1 Mcago J Rangers 2 ancouver J California 2 3 Los Angeles 2 I, Louis 1 Atlanta 1 World .ifcerla 4 Clevela.-J York 5 HGUSlon England 7 Winnipeg f Central )moha 4 Salt Lake City WHL 3 Western .eaHle 3 Portland 3 Omaha CHL 4 Salt Lake CHy 3 do 6 Port Hurorc 2 Eastern noke 6 Sun Coasl 4 ar.oke wins bcsl-ol-jcvcn semi-Fl- AMERICAN LEAGUE I East Division VI L T F A Pli Nova Scotia 39 15 15 277 17J 91 Boilon 3' 25 II 227 224 73 Rochester 30 23 11 221 147 71 Provrtenfe 24 14 2 J3 231 Springfield IB 35 16148305 52 New Havers 16 34 19 334 29S 51 Weslem Division Cincinnati 43 17 4 301 W 1Q3 35 21 11 300 31 Virginia 30 23 16 ?M 76 Richmond 26 31 10 217 241 67 Jacksonville 33 31 S-l Baltimore ......13 -11 II IB1 377 37 Wcslern Canada Junior Calgary ID Vancouver 1 Manitoba Junior Kenora 4 Selkirk 2 Junior Weyburn 7 Eslevan 4 Weyburn leiirfs bcat-of-seven scrr finals 1-0 HumbolcH 5 Prince Affcert 3 Humboldl leads besl-of-sevcn sen- finals 1-0 Alberta Junior The Pass S Red Deer 3 Besr of seven semf-final tied 1-T BASKET8ALI. SCORES xj NBA 52 85 SMtort 111 Baltimore 107 33 4i Phoenix: 130 Phlladlphia 114 Los Ar.geles 121 'defrojr 112 14 43 12 ABA Diego 109 New York 93 Virgins! 125 Dalles 114 Indiana 113 Utah 106 EXHIBITION BASEBALL SCORES New York A 7 St. Louis 1 Los Angclei 10 PIMsburgh 2 Chicago A 4 Atlanta 3 New York N A Detroit A Kansas City 3 Philadelphia 7 7 Morvtreaf 6 Houston 10 Ctncjnnatl 7 California A! Chicago, rain Cleveland at OaVland, wer groondl Milwaukee at San Francisco, rain Baltimore 4 Minnesota 3 Lethhriclge Midget Elks mov- ed into the finals oi1 the South- ern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League Wednesday evening by dumping Vauxhall Hornets in Vauxhall. The victory gave the Elks the southern division title in straight games in their best of .lirec series with the Hornets. The Elks won the first game 10-4. The locals now meet in the bcsl-oMivc final for the league title. Bernie Syrenne turned in his biggest effort of the season as he paced the Elks with a four- goal performance. Kevin Keith added a pair of markers while singles went to Reg Osmond, Rick Collier, Greg Kveder and Dave Jack- son. Gordon Miller, Victor Wall and Terry Kress each scored twice for the Hornets. Tha Elks got Ihe nod on 14 minor penalties while Vauxhall warn guiUy of nine infractions. Jusl Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADSAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE n, 337.4866 or 317444S ;