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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta � - THI 1ETHBRIDGE HERAID - Tuitday, March 16, 1971 ANDY CAPP Fast ice is expected for world curling event Holding solid lead Ranger pair a cinch to win Vezina Trophy? MEGEVE, France (AP) -Fast ice is not expected to present much difficulty for the more experienced curlers, but it could prove a handicap for some of the less experienced skips as the world curling championship begins today. Eight countries are entered in the seven-round, round-robin competition which ends Saturday night. Defending champion Canada, Scotland, the United States and Sweden are rated as the top four, with rinks from Norway, West foursomes leading the way CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -Saskatchewan and Alberta rinks were leading with 2-0 win-loss records following the opening rounds of the 15th annual national Legion curling championship Monday. Minor hockey The Blues rammed in a goal in all three periods while Dale Seeman picked up his second consecutive shutout as the Blues blanked the Bears 3-0 in Pee Wee action last night. Kevin Hunt opened up the scoring in the first period while Ted Slussar followed up with one in the second. Frank Zasad-ny rounded out the scoring in the third. In Midget hockey last night the ACT cruised to an easy 8-0 romping over the Eskimos. Reg Osmond paved the way with three big goals while Ron Moser came through with a two goal performance. Mike Roychuck, Joe Meli and Guy Pomahac added the others. Stacy Pisko scored twice as the Maple Leafs edged the Black Hawks 54 in Bantam A action Monday. Craig Brown, Ron Austring and Paul Oullette completed the scoring for the Leafs. Barry Schmidt, Bill Hensel, Ron Pollock and Ron Simmons replied for the Hawks. Six rinks-'Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, British Columbia and Manitoba-had 1-1 records while Newfoundland and Quebec were winless in two starts. J. M. Ferguson's Regina foursome scored one in the 12th end to edge the Brock Stackhouse rink from Otterburn Park, Que;, 10-9 in the first round. The Saskatchewan rink blasted Jack Myrden of Corner Brook, Nfld., 12-3 in the second. Gordon Hilker of Kill am, Alta., counted five in the last two ends to defeat Bill Beer's Charlottetown rink 11-6 in the opening round. Hilker came back in the second to edge Frank Hoar's Truro, N.S., foursome 9-7. In other first-round action, Earl Jesse of Trenton, Ont., edged Mac Scales of Winnipeg 9-6, Louis Dugre cf Chatham N.B., trounced Gordon Stewart of Duncan, B.C., 16-6 and Hoar's Nova Scotia rink defeated the Myrden rink from Newfoundland 14-5. In second-round play, Prince Edward Island beat Ontario 7-4, Manitoba defeated New Brunswick 9-6 and British Columbia edged Quebec 7-6. Still thinks Ali the champ LONDON (AP) - Paddy Monaghan, who calls himself Muhammad Ali's No. 1 fan, stood outside a hotel today with a banner reading "Ali is our champ." Hfi hoped tt would be seen by Yancey Durham, manager of Joe Frazier, who was on a business trip here and was staying in the hotel. "I am not really disputing that Frazier won the world title last week." Monaghan said. "But I just want Mr. Durham, and everyone else to know that a lot of us in this country still think of Ali as a champion. Suspended team back TORONTO (CP) - A group of eight-year-old hockey players, suspended for missing playoffs while it made a controversial European trip, returned to Toronto from Finland S'aturday night. The Don Valley team was suspended Feb. 1 from Tyke B competition by the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League. The Canadian Amateur Hockey Association also disapproved of the Finland trip because it has a policy of refusing to participate in international competiton at all levels. But the team was enthusiastic about the trip. "The people filled the arenas," said Gary McDonnell, who shares the coaching duties with Bob Stewart. "They couldn't believe our boys were only eight years old." The party included 13 players, two coaches, manager Bill Duncan, eight non-playing boys and 43 parents and friends. The team played four games against teams organized by a Helsinki newspaper. Against Finnish boys aged nine to 12, the Canadians won 5-2 and 6-3, tied 4-4 and lost 3-0. West Germany, Switzerland and France expected to finish in the also-ran category. Following Monday's practices, representatives' of the Canadian, U.S., and Scottish foursomes all declared the ice faster than any they had been accustomed to at home. However, none of them expects it to become a major problem. All expect the ice to slow somewhat when the huge television lights, which hang from the rafters of the Palais des Sports, are turned on today. The first round was scheduled for 2:30 p.m. (6:30 a.m. MST) with the second four hours later. The rinks complete regulation play Friday afternoon, with a night session scheduled in the event of ties in the standings. Saturday morning the top four finishers engage in a semi-final playoff, with the two winners playing in the night final. In the first round, Canada faces Switzerland, Germany goes against Poland, Sweden meets France, and the U.S. plays Norway. The evening round today has Scotland against Sweden, Canada vs. the U.S., Switzerland vs. Norway and Germany vs. France. Members of Don Duguid's rink from the Winnipeg Granite Club were impressed with the over-all facilities' here. Duguid, who will defend the Air Canada Silver Broom Trophy he won for the first time at Utica, N.Y., in 1970, has the same personnel again this year in lead Bryan Wood, second Jim Pettapiece and third Rod Hunter. ICE IS FAST Pettapiece and Hunter said they found the ice extremely fast, but figured they would be able to adjust.. Dale Dalziel, the U.S. skip who curled with British Columbia's entry in the Canadian championships in 1958, said his Edmore, N.D., crew will also make the necessary adjustment. The heat generated by the overhead lights may force ice-maker Horst Reictert, imported from Toronto's Granite Club for the occasion, to make some adjustments. This is the first time the world event has been held in continental Europe. It also is the start of a new policy whereby the event will be held for two successive years in Europe and the third in North America. Previously it moved between North America and Europe on alternative years. GERMANY IN 1972 Sunday night it was announced that next year's competition will be held at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany, with tentative plans to hold the 1973 event in Canada. A new trophy event has been introduced to this year's competition-the European Curling Cup. Eligible will be the five entries from continental Europe: France, West Germany, Switzerland, Norway and Sweden. The new title will be based on the results of games in the regular world championship rounds, with the trophy going to the country progressing the furthest in the win column in its quest for the world trophy. MONTREAL (CP)-Barring a complete defensive collapse, the New York Rangers' goaltending duo of Ed Giacomin and Gilles Villemure will give the club its first Vezina Trophy title since the 1939-40 season. In 69 league games, New York has been scored upon 151 times, 12 less than runner-up [ Chicago, who have played one less game. The last Ranger netminder to have his name inscribed on the trophy, awarded to the team with the best goals-against average, was Dave Kerr, who allowed 77 goals in 48 games during the regular season. Giacomin has appeared in 40 games and has allowed 81 goals for 2.07 averge. He leads the league in shutouts with seven. Villemure has played in 30 games, allowing 66 goals for a 2.20 average. He has four shutouts. The team average is 2.18. Tony Esposito, the sophomore Chicago netminder, has appeared in 49 games, allowing 112 goals and posting five shutouts for an average of 2.34. His back-up man, Gerry Des-jardins, has played in 22 games, allowing 49 goals for an average of 2.41. The team average is 2 39 HAS BROKEN ARM Desjardins has been sidelined for the rest of the season with a broken arm suffered in Sunday's 4-4 tie with St. Louis Blues. Best individual average of a regular netminder belongs to Jacques Plante of Toronto Maple Leafs, who has allowed 72 goals in 38 games for an average of 1.93. He has four shutouts. In the scoring race, Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins set an NHL record for most points in a season during the past v Esposito now has 130 points on 61 goals and 69 assists. The point total is four better than his own previous mark set in the 1968-69 season. Bruins team-mate Bobby Orr is only three points behind with 127 points on 35 goals and 92 assists. Veteran left winger John Bucyk of Boston is third with 101 points on 48 goals and 53 assists, followed by team-mate Ken Hodge with 96 points on 40 goals and 56 assists. Keith Magnuson of the Hawks is only two minutes away from tying the NHL. record for most penalty-minutes in a season. Magnuson has served 271 minutes in the penalty box, two less than the record set by Howie Young of Detroit in 1962-63. All-Stars win twice Lethbridge M and K All-Stars, made up of players from the City Recreation Hockey League, advanced to the final of the A1 b e r t a Intermediate hockey championships over the weekend. The locals travelled to St Paul and came away with two victories in the two - game total - point series. Lethbridge won Saturday's game 4-2 and then came back with a similar two-goal triumph, 5-3, Sunday afternoon to take the series 9-5. Lethbridge will host Edmonton in the provincial final but at present dates have not been set as ice is at a premium due to the fire that destroyed the Arena Friday. The City Recreation Hockey League final between St. Basil's and the Labor Club was scheduled to start Monday evening but has been postponed until ice can be made available. r.......................................w~ Bowling Ba^er liiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii................................................................................ HTHIE big guns continue to boom at Glendale Bowl as the winter campaign heads into the homestretch with Francis Wright taking the men's bowler-of-the-week honors with a sizzling display in Commercial Men's . . he rattled off 332, 317 and 282 for a juicy 931 triple, 208 big pins over his already impressive 241 average with the 931 the year's high triple in the Commercial loop . . Rose Nicolay gets the nod as the women's bowler-of-the-week. with her effort in Civil Service . . she started with a 130 but then fashioned a great 390 and 253 for a 773 triple, 206 pins over her 189 average with her 390 the league's high single for the year . . Sandy Scattergood continues to batter the pins . . in Hay Agencies she set a new high single by hitting for 10 strikes in posting a 399 and she came right back in Doug's with an 866 triple. ? ? ? Oddity of the week was turned in by Steve Pedersen who spared a headpin split during a Western Canada team practice . . And special mention for Rita Salmon who came out of the hospital Friday morning and was bowling in the Housewives' rolloffs that same afternoon . . it was a fine showing of enthusiasm and determination, not to let her team down. ? ? ? Other highlights for the week included Doug Pedersen's 355 in CPR, John Rempel with an 852 triple in IOF, Ken Swaren 356 in Civil Service, Dot Anderson with a 307 and 815 triple, Sandy Scattergood 363 and Dodie Hodges 305 in Doug's . . the CHEC mixed doubles tournament is set for Sunday, April 4 with $1,000 in prize money . . bowlers are guaranteed 12 games, the tourney is open to all couples whose combined averages do not exceed 470 with the entry deadline April 2 at midnight. ? ? ? 4 T CAPRI BOWL, Ken Malcomson, who has turned in some top-notch performances this year, was named the men's bowler-of-the-week with a superb effort in AGT, reeling off 348, 269 and 283 for a 900 triple . . Another AGT trundler, Eleanor Dorigatti, took the women's bowler-of-the-week crown and displayed why she is a member of the southern. Alberta team that'll seek Western Canada honors at Easter in Edmonton . . she rolled 340, 249 and 276 for an 865 triple with the 340 and 865 both new league highs for the year . . The other new high for the week was Randy Wolstoncroft's 238 average in Hepp's. ? ? * In the south zone finals of the Housewives' rolloffs, Medicine Hat took the A division with the Merryettes of Capri second, losing out by only 48 pins . . the Drags and Busybodies of Glendale placed one-two in the B section with Jean Passey's 256 and Sandy Scattergood's 293 the top Lethbridge scores . . the winners now advance to the provincial final at Glendale Sunday. ? ? ? The spotlight stealers for top efforts in league play for the week included Ed Henderson 311 and Dean Low 324 in Gordie's, John Rempel 320 and 799 and Jim Higa 308 in Green's, Bruce Canfield 311 and 778 in Henry Homes, Ryo Nagata 319 and Francis Higa 325 in JCCA, Tom Yip 337 in AGT, Chester Jokuty 304 and 806 in CDM and Dennis Smith 322 in Young Adults . . the gals were led by Verda Hamilton with 340 in Hepp's, Jean Passey 321 and 765 in Hoof and Horn, Masa Goshinmon 313 and Freda Linn 290 in Martinizing, Erma McGuire 298 and Marion Guzik 294 in Green's, Beryl Smith 296 in St. Mike's and May Hiebert 295 and 758 in NuMode. Platoon system back again Mauch plays percentages BENDING OVER BACKWARDS - Kansas City Royals catcher, Jerry May, makes a backhanded catch of Washington Senators, Tom Grieve's foul pop-up In the 8th inning of an exhibition game. The ball had eluded May as it bounced around, but he managed to hang on as he fell down. Final score, Royals 8, Senators 2. |i.WtW -w-w-fcf* NATIONAL LEAGUE East Boston...... New York .. . Montreal .. .. Toronto ..... Buffalo..... Detroit ...... Vancouver . . Chicago ..... St. Louis .. .. Minnesota .. . Phlla....... Pittsburgh .. Los Angeles . California . .. NHL LEADERS: Esposito, Bos . Orr, Bos...... Bucyk, Bos .. Hodge, Bos .. R. Hull, Chi ... .Ullman, Tor ... Cashman, Bos Keon, Tor McKenzle, Bos Tkaczuk, NY . Mikita, Chi .. W L T SI 10 7 44 14 11 35 20 13 34 29 6 19 37 13 20 37 10 19 4\ 7 West 43 14 9 28 23 17 25 30 15 25 30 13 20 31 18 20 35 12 17 47 5 F A PI 345 172 109 228 151 99 246 184 83 225 186 74 182 258 51 188 253 50 184 257 45 247 163 95 187 180 73 167 202 65 185 201 63 191 202 58 200 261 52 167 272 39 6 A . 61 . 35 . 48 . 40 40 30 , 20 34 . 25 23 22 Pts Pim 69 130 60 92 127 81 53 101 4 96 95 85 32 78 24 70 89 69 2 67 108 66 40 66 79 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F A Pt Montreal ... . 25 28 12 202 221 62 Quebec ...... 23 27 U 183 206 60 Providence .. 23 26 12 213 223 58 Springfield . . 24 30 8 209 253 56 Western Division .. . 36 17 7 224 180 79 .. . 31 23 7 227 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 W T L F A Pts Leeds ... . 22 8 3 57 23 52 Arsenal ... .. 20 6 5 56 25 46 Chelsea ... .. 15 11 7 44 35 41 Wolverh'pton 17 7 9 51 47 41 Southampton 19 Division 9 II 9 41 32 37 Leicester .. .. 17 8 6 46 26 42 Cardiff .. ... 15 11 5 54 26 41 Hull ..... ... 15 10 7 43 29 40 Sheffield U 15 10 7 53 37 40 Carlisle .. ... 15 Division 10 Ml 7 48 34 40 Preston ... .. 18 11 5 49 31 47 Fulham ... .. 18 9 8 56 34 45 Halifax .. .. . 17 9 9 57 43 43 Aston ..... .. 16 11 7 42 33 43 Chesterfield . . 14 Division 11 IV 10 51 29 3? Notts C .. .. . 24 6 5 68 27 54 Bournmouth 19 7 9 64 39 45 Oldham ... 20 5 10 72 54 45 Northampton 17 10 8 49 37 44 Chester .. .... 19 4 12 56 43 42 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Baltimore Cleveland Hershey Rochester WESTERN LEAGUE 25 27 10 204 21 30 10 186 206 52 173 69 186 60 W L 40 15 Portland .. San Diego 3hoenix .. Denver ... Seattle Salt Lake City 18 40 T F 7 2SR 31 24 10 227 28 26 8 221 22 28 13 211 24 30 7 195 A Pts 181 87 206 72 218 64 224 57 218 55 266 41 P A Pt� 58 13 46 66 17 43 48 40 34 47 27 33 40 39 30 W Aberdeen .. 21 4 Celtic ....... 20 3 St. Johnstone 15 4 Rangers .. .. 13 7 Dundee ..... 11 8 Division II East Fife .... 18 7 Partlck ..... 16 8 Arbroath .. .. 16 7 Albion...... 14 7 Stranraer .13 7 ENGLISH FA CUP Quarter-Final Replay Arsenal 1 Leicester 0 Winner plays Stoke in semi-finals, ENGLISH LEAGUE Division III Mansfield 2 Chesterfield 2 Port Vale 1 Doncaster 0 Tranmere 3 Brighton 0 Division IV Darlington 2 Cambridge 0 Hartlepools 0 Brentford 0 74 89 43 56 19 40 68 42 39 48 38 35 47 33 32 AN ORGANIZATION MEETING OF THE MUZZLE LOADING CLUB Will be held in the clubroom of the Fish and Game Association THURS.-MARCH 18-8 P.M. All Muzzleloading fans and those interested are urged to attend Issue warrants REGINA (CP) - City prosecutor Wilf Meagher said Monday warrants had to be issued for four Winnipeg Blue Bomber football players to maintain jurisdiction. But, he added, it was merely a formality and there was no question the players intend to return and face the charges of assaulting a policeman and obstruction, WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CP) - Adolfo Phillips and Jim Fairey are a couple of Montreal Expos outfielders who would like to see manager Gene Mauch's platoon system go away and hide. But neither player will argue with Mauch's shrewdness in playing the percentages. "It looks like the platoon again for me," said Phillips a bit wistfully. "I would rather play regularly of course. With steady play, maybe my hitting would be better. But if the club wants to platoon me, then platoon it is. "There is one thing-no more worry like I used to. I'm too old. I'm 28." Phillips, a native of Panama, has played with two other big-league clubs. He came to the National League Expos from Chicago Cubs in a trade for Paul Popovich in June, 1969. Last season, he played in 92 games, almost exclusively against left-handers, and hit .238. "That's not good enough for me," said Phillips. "I want to hit .280 or .285. "I think I'm having a good training camp, but I can't really tell much about my hitting because so far, I have been in only one exhibition game." Fairey has been used against both right-handed and left-handed pitching during the exhibition schedule and hopes the Cyclist dies after crash REITE, Belgium (AP) - A woman driving a Mercedes crashed into a pack of cyclers in a race here Monday, killing world champion Jean - Pierre Monsers, police reported. Monsers, 22, of Belgium was in a pack of 16 riders when the woman drove into the middle of the racers head-on from the opposite direction near the town of St. Pieters Lille, police said. Last year Monsers captured the world professional road champion title in Leicester, England. He was the Belgian amateur champion in 1969 prior to turning professional later in the year. According to Belgian race regulations, a warning car preceded the leaders by nearly a half-mile with another warning car 300 yards ahead of the leading racers. process will keep up when the regular season gets going. He had to undergo surgery on his left knee during spring training last year and was on the disabled list until April 16. "When I started playing I was used regularly at first. Then perhaps it was thought I needed to rest my leg more and I played only part time. "I am feeling fine this year, hitting well too. And my weight is down." Fairey, 26,.is a native of Orangeburg, S.C. He has been in pro ball only since 1965. After three seasons in the minors, he moved up to Los Angeles Dodgers. He was then drafted by the Expos in the expansion draft in 1968. He played most of the 1969 season with Vancouver Moun-ties, then the Expos class1 AAA farm team in the Pacific Coast League. The compact Fairey, who stands five feet 10 inches and weighs 179 pounds, managed to stick with the Expos last season. He was particularly effective as a pinch hitter, getting 14 hits in 37 pinch-hit appearances for a .378 average. His over-all batting mark was .242 with three home runs and 25 runs babied in. 30,000 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply - Polyester Cord 8.25x14 or 8.25x15 .95 Other sizes priced comparably ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 lit Ave South Phone 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;