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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, March 16, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 15 Saskatchewan gals turn it on Confidence plays key role Thursday MONCTON, N.B. (CP) - A rink that was confident it would do well and another which may have let confidence overtake it in earlier rounds enjoyed success at the Canadian schoolboy curling championship Thursday night. Northern Ontario, skipped by Richard Thompson of Kapus-kasing who said "we were really psyched up" for the ninth round, upset Serge Cote of Alma, Que., 8-7. Allan Becker, skip of the Humboldt foursome from Saskatchewan, admitted over-confidence might have got the better of the rink which led the way for two straight losses after two convincing wins. He topped Mark McDonald of Gananoque, Ont., 84 in the ninth round to take over sole possession of first place with seven wins and two defeats. The setbacks dropped McDonald and Cote-the previous leaders-into a second-place tie, both with 6-2 records entering this morning's 10th draw of the 11-rink round-robin tournament. BUI Campbell of Dartmouth, N.S., was next with a 5-3 record, while Ross McKenzie of Kamloops, B.C., David Iverson of Winnipeg and Thompson each were 4-4. Gib Andruski of Boyle, Alta., representing the province which won the title last year, was 4-5; Doug Caldwell of Oromocto, N.B., 3-5; and Peter MacDonald of Summer-ide, P.E.I., and Randy Perry of St. John's, Nfld., both 1-7. FINAL DRAWS TODAY The final two draws today, with a good chance for a playoff tonight, were scheduled at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. EST. In the 10th round, Northern Ontario met B.C., New Brunswick played Nova Scotia, Ontario took on Newfoundland, Saskatchewan played Manitoba and Quebec battled P.E.I. Alberta got the bye. The 11th round had Newfoundland against Manitoba, Quebec against New Brunswick, B.C. playing P.E.I., Northern Ontario taking on Alberta and Ontario meeting Nova Scotia. Saskatchewan drew the bye Nova Scotia whipped P.E.I. 13-4, Alberta edged B.C. 6-5 and New Brunswick bounced Newfoundland 11-4 in other ninth-round action. Manitoba got the bye. Eighth-round results Thursday afternoon were: Quebec 9, Alberta 5; Newfoundland 9, P.E.I. 6; Saskatchewan 6, New -Brunswick 4; Ontario 5, Mani toba 4; and Northern Ontario 10, Nova Scotia 7. The bye went to B.C. Thursday morning's seventh-round scores were: Manitoba 7, New Brunswick 4; Northern Ontario 10, Newfoundland 5; Nova Scotia 10, Alberta 7; Quebec 8, B.C. 6; and Saskatchewan 13, P.E.I. 2. Ontario got the bye. Beginner's luck? Hardly. Saskatchewan, a first-time entry at the Canadian girls curling championships, took the title here Thursday, running up a perfect 9-0 record along the way. Janet Crimp and three teammates from the University of Saskatchewan saved their most impressive outings for the last, humiliating Newfoundland 15-1 in Thursday morning's eighth round and then coming back to destroy Ontario 12-2 in the ninth round. In the 12-2 rout over Ontario, Sandra Hushagen's Toronto rink conceded after the sixth end. This was the first year Sas- katchewan had an entry at the championships because of different age requirements. In other ninth-round action Thursday night, Laurie Ross of Montreal skipped Quebec to an 8-6 win over Carolyn Mitton's Moncton, N.B,, rink; P.E.I, dumped Joyce Butt's Labrador City, Nfld., foursome 11-6; Miss Pidzarko skipped Manitoba to an 8-6 victory over Delia Robertson's Debolt, Alta., quartet and Betty Anne Scopie's River Hebert, N.S., rink dumped British Columbia 9-8. In eighth-round action Thursday morning, Ontario nipped Quebec 7-45, Manitoba defeated New Brunswick 11-5, B.C. edged P.E.I. 8-7 and Alberta claimed a 10-7, win over Nova Scotia. Brother Wallace^ Danny Court named all-stars Phil Tollestrup dominated league play EDMONTON (CP) - What Phil Tollestrup of University of Lethbridge Pronghorns didn't win in the Canada West University Athletic Association's first basketball season, University of Alberta Golden Bears did, it was announced Thursday. Tollestrup won the scoring race with a total far ahead of every other player in the league. He made 229 field goals com- pared with 113 by brother Wallace Tollestrup of Alberta who was second in the category. He made 71 free throws, 10 more tbam second-place Mike Fris-by of Alberta. Tollestrup scored 529 points, almost doubling the second-place Frisby's 279, Tollestrup had a 26.5 point - per - game average. Stan Callegari of University of British Columbia Thunderbirds was second with 15.3.  Tollestrup, who played four years of American college basketball at. Brigham Young University, was the unanimous choice for a forward position on the first all - star team announced Thursday. Frisby was also a unanimous choice in t''^ voting for centre. Other first - team positions were filled by Alberta forward Wallace Tollestrup, Alberta guard Tom Solyom and UBC guard Callegari. Two Golden Bears also made the second team: forward Steve Panteluk and guard Terry Valeriote. Danny Court of Lethbridge was the other guard and Bob Thompson of Univer s i t y of Saskatchewan Huskies was the other forward and Brent Farch of University of Calgary Dinosaurs was centre. Phil Tollestrup also brought down more rebounds than any other player in the league - 233/Frisby led an offensive rebounds with 70 and Tollestrup on defensive rebounds with 175. Frisby led the league in personal fouls with 82 and Phil Tollestrup had the most turnovers with 110. Alberta won the league championship but lost, the western Canada championship series against Lakehead University of the Great Plains Athletic Association. ANDY CAPP , ICANiTDflOPOFFj SLEEP, PET, �-TALKTO/VAE Magrath Zeniths will play Alberta hoop finals under way The 1973 Alberta "A" boys' high school basketball championship playoff tourney officially got under way at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute this afternoon. Eight teams will participate in a two - day modified double-knockout event which features Clean up crew needed at Lake Due to the beautiful weather, Henderson Lake Golf Club will be closed until further notice. The course will actually be closed Sunday commencing at 11 a.m. so that the trees can be cleared away from the greens. The greens must be sprayed to prevent winter kill so all golfers are asked to cooperate with club officials in not using the Lake facilities.  There is a need of help to clean up the greens. All.interested parties are asked to be at the Lake Layout Sunday morning. Lethbridge Minor Baseball Annual General Meeting Monday, March 19 - 8 p.m. Adams Ice Centre - Room No. 1 A good turnout of parents it requetledl four games today and another seven Saturday. Edmonton Bonnie Doon Lancers and Grande Prairie Trojans opened the championship series at four o'clock this afternoon and were to be followed by a 5:45 p.m. match between Calgary Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs and Edmonton Harry Ainlay Titans. The def e n d i n g champion Lethbridge Catholic Cen t r a 1 Cougars will open defence to their title at 7:30 p.m. while the Magrath Zeniths and Red Deer Lindsay Thurber Red Devils hit the floor at 9 p.m. for the final title of the evening. The losers of Friday's draw will drop to the consolation finals set to go at 8:45 a.m. and 10:20 a.m. Saturday while the winners advance to the championship semi - finals on tap for 12 o'clock noon and 1:30 p.m. The championship final is slated for a 9 p.m.-start while the consolation final will commence at 3 p.m. A third place final will also be staged prior to the championship final and is set for 7 p.m. Meanwhile the Magrath Zeniths took a sigh of relief after a favorable announcement was made about their status in the provincial finals Wednesday. Their status in the provincial finals had been placed in jeopardy by the teachers' strike in southern Alberta but an article out of Edmonton clarified their pMdicainent. Hairy* Holiol of Edmonton president of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association, said Wednesday the Alberta Teachers Association negotiator in the area is adamant in his intention to stick to the rule requiring teams to be supervised by school staff. Mr. Hohol went on to say that as far as his group is concerned, the Magrath entry will compete with a central office administrator acting as supervisor. Magrath had earned the second berth in the Alberta finals by defeating the LCI Rams 55 47 in a sudden - death match earlier in the month Canucks, Falcons battle to draw PORCHES For Mobile Homes on Display at GREATEST SHOW ON WHEELS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION MANUFACTURED BY MOB-U-FAB SHELTER SYSTEMS FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA DRUMHELLER, Alta. (CP), - Mark Lomenda scored with a minute to go to give Calgary Canucks a 5-5 tie with Drum-heller Falcons in an Alberta Junior Hockey League semifinal game Thursday. The result left Calgary leading the best-of-seven series 1-0 with one game tied. The third game will be Sunday, also in Drumheller. Lomenda also scored in the second period and other Calgary goals were by Joe Deiure, Dale Eloschuk and Jim Setters. The Falcons, who held period leads of 2-1 and 5-4, got goals by Ryan Wecker with two, Ron Rose, Gary Bern-bridge and Ken Nelson. Calgary was assessed eight of 15 minor penalties. There were 10 fighting majors, five to each team, and three game misconducts to Drumheller and two to Calgary. Meanwhile in Red Deer Ryan Newly formed Wecker, 18, was named Thursday most valuable player in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The Drumheller Falcons' scoring sensation drew 35 points from the poll of managers and coaches of the six AJHL teams after winning his second league scoring championship. He scored 79 goals and collected 157 points in setting all league scoring records this season. Edmonton Mets' goaltender Ray McLeod earned 17 points to place second. Right wingers Mark Lomenda of Calgary Canucks and Reg Kinch of Red Deer Rustlers tied for third with 16 points. Rookie of the year Derek Haas, of the Pass Red Devils received 10 points and Ken Nelson of Drumheller, five. Tincher unbeaten after 10 WINNIPEG (CP) - Saskatchewan defeated Manitoba 8-5 in the 10th round of the Canadian Policemen's curling championships Thursday to stretch its undefeated record to 10 wins. The win enabled Dick Tin-cher's rink from Regina to wrap up the championship with a victory this morning over Bob Morrison of Lethbridge in the 11th and final round. Neal Dickson of Victoria led his B.C. team to a 7-1 victory over Alberta. With just one loss in 10 starts, the B.C. entry has a chance to overtake the Sas katchewan team. Dickson plays Bob Nicholson of Ottawa in the 11th round. The Northern Ontario entry, Bill Dustin of Thunder Bay, and Nicholson, representing Ontario, are tied in third place with 7-3 won-loss records. In other 10th round games, Prince Edward Island defeated Nova Scotia 10-6, Newfoundland defeated New Brunswick 12-8, Ontario defeated the Yukon-N.W.T. entry 4-2 and Northern Ontario defeated Quebec 7-6. In ninth round play Thursday morning, Saskatchewan defeated Prince Edward Island 9-5, British Columbia downed Manitoba 8-5, Ontario defeated Alberta 12-3, Yukon-N.W.T. downed Newfoundland 8-3, Northern Ontario nipped Nova Scotia 8-7 and New Brunswick topped Quebec 10-8. SPORT RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1971 VIKINGS INK HOLMES BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - Reggie Homes, a defensive back with Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Footbal" League the last two years: signed Thursday to play for Minnesota Vikings, the National Footbt.1' League club announced. custodian EDMONTON (CP) - Sport Alberta announced Wednesday it has become custodian of the Alberta Amateur Sports Hall of Fame. It took over the Hall of Fame from the r'efunct Alberta Amateur Athletic Union. Sport Alberta will present new awards to the outstanding female, male and junior athletes of each year. SH Patronize these Pincher Creek merchants Foothills Auto Service Ltd. Foothills Motel Thornton and Sons Furniture Ltd. Davis Men's Wear ltd. Boyllnclc Dept, Store Ltd. Oasis Restaurant ABC Confectionery Moore's I6A Jimmie't Service Ltd. Parkway Motel WEST CASTLE Open invitation to residents of Southern Alberta to view the West Castle ski race, Mar. 31st and Apr. 1st featuring the Canadian national ski team and world cup members. FREE! Excellent � viewing locotions SKI REPORT Outlook for Weekend Conditions - Very Good 2" new on 34" packed base Snowing - 30 deg. Leads ivay Phil Tollestrup of the University of Lethbridge led the way in balloting for the all-star* of the Canada We�t basketball conference. Tollestrup wai the runaway coring leader. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Annabelle Pruegger 256; Ann Reed 283 ( 702); Joyce Kreutz 241; Kay Wheeler 294 (724); Mary Arakl 242; Marge McLaughlin 260 (454); Treva Sobullak 328; Erna Rlchter 232; Sylvia Andres 235; Loretra Karbcnlk 239 (456). SUNDQUIST Janef Koole 279; Rose Nunweller 223; Eileen Carter 289; Freda Linn 219; Jen Hegl 234; Frances Harris 230; Leah Gerla 257; Carol Floberg 222; Heather Barnes 221; Dorothy Soren-sen 227; Pat Plomp 225. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Wally Kruchywlch 230; Dennis Han-zel 243; Fred Thomson 231; Bob Har-ris 283; Gord Flumerfeld 262; Donna McEwen 252 (6BI); Mabel McFadden 251; Ina Harris 271; Cheryl Kruchywlch 225; Ella McColl 219. HENRY HOMES Steve Mlklos 252; Ed Henderson 271; SIg Dobler 249 (735); Garth Passey 255; Harry Garrlck 255; Leroy Conine 255; Kathy Mueller 239 ( 652); Carol Kempenaar 240; Norma Adams 225; Stella Stevenson 236; Rita Cemullnl 227. J.C.C.A. Mike Tobo 309 (757); Wimp Naka-mura 309 ( 745); Mas Shlgehlro 294; Tom Medoruma 276 (782); Tak Kata-kaml 2B9 (B43); Bob Senda 339 ( 806); Mun Takeda 283 (715); Suml Medoru-ma 239; Mary Thomas 244; Masa Goshlnmon 269; Natsuko Sawada 231; Mary Shlgehlro 215; Aye Nakamura 215; Helen Hlga 286. OORDIES Gary Tunbrldge 313 ( 764), Tak Ket-akaml 335 (824), Steve Gangur 315 (796), Ab Paskuskl 356 (779), Bernle Bailey 326 ( 783), Cec Beaudry 304 (853), John Zsovan 323 (689), John Rempel 305 (745), Bill Cook 327 (728), Eldon West ling 316 (751), Steve Ptd-ersen 369 (867), Jack Smeed 313 (894). DURAN RETAINS TITLE VIENNA (AP) - Carlos Du-ran of Italy retained his European junior middleweight championship with a split decision after 10 rounds against Austrian Hans Orsolics Thurm-day night. GLASS OUR INSTALLATION EXPERTS CAN LOOK AFTER EVERY REQUIREMENT. Tractor Cabs -jtr Picture Windows �jr Auto Glass + Table Tops it Plexiglass if Window Glass FREE ESTIMATES LETHBRIDGE COR. 5th AVE. and 4th ST. S. PHONE 327-1581 LAST CALL FOR FINAL 2 DAYS OF United Motors Co. Ltd. and United Mobile Homes Greatest Show on Wheels OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 10 P. M. - LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION WE DON'T WANT TO TAKE ANYTHING BACK TO OUR LOT - NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED ON 1973 AMC CARS - JEEP - SCAMPER RECREATIONAL UNITS -- MOBILE HOMES BY SQUIRE, VISTA VILLA, PAGE, PARK AND TUXEDO MANOR ;