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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Duguid Makes The Right Shot 70NE 1 of the Alberta Fish and Game Association, comprising more than 20 fish and game clubs in the southern part of the province, is to be con- gratulated for a most successful auction sale held at the Exhibition Pavilion last Saturday. Nearly was raised for the Tyrrcll's Lake Fisherman's Association which is heading up a drive to have rainbow trout stocked in Tyrrell's Lake next month. Ths sale raised the total proceeds in the fund to about the half-way mark The provincial government is matching contributions dollar for dol- lar. About is required fo have lake slocked la provide some additional parking space and picnic area around the lake. Auctioneer Les Ifandley and his crew from Coaldale donated their services for Saturday's auction and it was prob- bly the most tiring day the veteran auctioneer had. The sale started at 11 a.m. and didn't conclude until in the evenly. There's need now for an all-out effort to put th? Tyrrell's Lake drive over the top during the next month. THE LETI1BRIUGE THAI' Cl.CB mil be holding its an- nual meeting at the club house northwest of the airport Saturday, March 21, at 2 p.m. It's been a most successful year for the club. Tn !969 there were targets thrown out at the club, or an average of 400 per day for every day of the year. But, for the most part, shooting was confined to the weekends. To celebrate, the club will hold an Easter ham and turkey shoot Sunday, March 22, starting at 9 a.m. Winners will have the option of eillier a ham or a turkey. Even better, shooters vAo don't win after four trys, will be awarded a turkey or a ham anyway. MARCH ISSUE of the Lcthbridge Sportsman, official pub- lication of the Lethbridgo Fish ar.d Game Association, has wire frightening remarks. Pollution committee chairman Id Potter reports: "Contrary to v.hat some Farmers' Union of Alberta offi- cials report, nnd what the Alberta department of agriculture says, some farmers are disposing of their surplus merchry treated grain in a careless manner. Farmers interviewed by Id PoUer showed. 1 Two farmers said they feed their surplus treated grain to poultry. 2 Two farmers said they diluted the treated grain with untreated grain and fed it to cattle. 3 One farmer said he diluted the gram and fed tt to bogs. 4 Several farmers said they treated ttie treated grain like garbage and disposed of It over a coulee bank or along tome unused road allowance. Id Potter ends up with an Al Capp type quote: "Can you blame the farmer for Irving to be a good businessman? OTHER THINGS: Congratulations to Frank Hattori of Taber. He was named Taber's Sportsman of the Year at the Taber club's annual spring banquet. Tto Coulee Kruzcrs Jeep Club has plans for a two day rally June 27 and 28. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Club's range coirmiltee chairman Jack Davies is leaving and there's need for someone else to lake charge. Volunteers may phone 327-41x52. The Magrath Rod and Gun Club's spring banquet has been for this Saturday evening, and the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association is holding its spring banquet April 11, in Park Plaza Motor Hotel. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association's game bird diairman Harold Janecke reports that the legal firm ot Davidson, Davidson ar.d Williams has donated a silver tray for first prize in the club's goose derby. Winner was Ralph Cervo with a 13-pound eight-ounce goose. Second and third place went to Bob Hutton, 11 pounds, four ounzes, and Julian Guay, U pounds, four ounces. With the lie, second prize went to the first entry. Jim Giacchctla was first in Uie duck com- petition with a mallard that weighed three pounds, 11 ounces. The Ixilhbridgo club's committee chairman Bill Chandler has announced that the 1970 fish derby Is under vay. A membership before catching a fish is required before entry. Main weigh-in station in the city is Lcthbridgc and Sea Foods. Slim Hagen at Foremost and Julius Miltzahn al Fort Macleod are also official weighmen. Sweden Falls To Canadians Thimttoy, Mtmh 19, 1970 1HI UIHBRIDC! HEULD 7 Chiefs Leading Kainai Chiefs hold a one Danny Uraess accounted for ;amc lead in the best-of-seven iwo goals [ar Foothife Hockey League final. Hornbereer Chiefs, Wednesday evening be- fore people, bounced Fort IfTICA, K.Y. (CP) Don Du- guid of Winnipeg proved Wednesday night that all the members of a rink need rot necessarily agree with a skip's decision. "How do you argue when he calls it and makes it after you think he is said lead Bryan Wood in referring to Du- guid's raise double-takeout on the ninth end that led to Can- ada's 124 victory over Sweden in the fourth round of the world curling championship. The Canadians were leading Tom Schaeffer and his Swedish champions 6-3 when Duguid came up to deliver his final shot on the ninth end. The Canadians had five stones in the house, but the Swedes were counting number one and Broncs completed J mlh a Kainai up 11 penaUkf France 9-3 In ths other games of the day. Action continued today with Sweden playing Germany at 2 p.m. EST, while France lakes on Scotland, Switzerland meets the U.S. and Norway goes againsl Canada. In the sixth round al 8 plays the U.S., Switzerland meets Norway, Scotland takes on Sweden, and Germany goes against France. The second and third place finishers in this preliminary eight-country rouixl-robin event meet in the semi-final Friday night and the winner the sudden-death final against the first-place finisher Saturday afternoon. The tournament has suffered at the box office since the opening rouwl. About SOU spectators have attended the two afternoon rounds, while the evening audiences have been less than of the final. Jim Baird led the way for the Chiefs as lie came up with three goals. Korbert Fox and Norm Grcer added two markers each while singletons came from Lawrence Panther Bono and Lyman the game as compared to eight for the Bioms. Doug Montgomery' of the Erases and Kainai's Dan Healy were majors for fighting. The series continues Sunday afternoon in Fort Macleod at number two. I thought we should have played the draw into the four- foot for Wood said. SPLIT SWEDISH HOCKS Instead, Duguid raised one of his own stones al a 20-degrce angle to split fte two Swedish rocks cut of the house and count Stockton Gets Back His Putting JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Dave Stockton refound his lost putting touch in a moonlight stroll over a deserted golf course, and ranks as one of the favorites for the top prize in the Greater Jackson- ville open golf tournament. "I felt lost, said Stockton, generally regarded as one of the finest pullers on the five thai put the game out of Ipro tour. "I told my wife I had a Wood resch. "It was said. "He called it and he made it and when you make shots like that, wire's going to Wood said there was actually no discussion on the situation. Duguid simply checked the angle and made the decision. The victory completed a two- game sweep for the second straight day for the Canadians, who downed Germany 204 in the Hard round Wednesday aft- ernoon. They are alone in first place. Behind them in the standings came Josef Bjaanaes of Norway and Bill Muirbesd o! Scotland with 3-1 records while Art Tallackson of the United States and Sweden were 2-2. Roland Schenkel of Switzer- land and Manfred Raederer of Germany were 1-3 and Pierre Boan of France, was winless after four games. GET DOUBLE WINS The Norwegians and Scots also posted double victories Wednesday with Bjaanaes downing Sweden 84 and France 18-7, while Muirhead beat the U.S. 8-7 in an extra ead and trounced Switzerland 104. Germanv defeated Switzer- land 8-7 "and the U.S. edged something to do ar.d I came out to the course about nine o'clock and just walked around by my- self for a while. "I just had la gel off by my- self and do some he said. "I just couldn't believe my luck was as bad as it was. I'd been putting terribly for a year but this was just incredible." That was just before the final round of last week's Monsanto open. Whatever the problem, Stockton obviously solved it. He used a fantastic 24 putts in his last round, charged out of the pack with a sparkling four- under-par 67 and look second behind winner Dick Lotz. That solid performance stamped him as one of the lop choices in the 72-lwle Jackson- ville test that begins loday on the par-72 Hidden Hills Country Club course. But while Slockton'a creden- tials were all ir, order, most of the attention centred on golf's Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and South African Garj' Player. That trio, playing together for the first time this year, is cer- tain to draw the lion's share of the gallery and must rank high among the list of favorites. First Victory The University of Lethbridge aro right back in the thick of things in the City Recreation Hockey League finals. Three goals in the third per- iod Wednesday night at the Arena gave the University a 4-2 victory over the Labor Club Athletics and n a r r o w e d the Labor Club's lead in their best- of-scven series to 2-1. Jim Stewart, Keith JIacDon- aid, Wally Tunow and Steve Ul- rich had a apiece for the University, fourth-place finish- ers in the" league during the reg- ular season. Wayne Winter and Al John- son were the Labor Club marks- men. Tiie two clubs were tied at 1-1 at the end of the first period and the Labor Club led 2-1 heading into the finai 20 min- utes of action. Athletics look seven of 10 pen- alties, including a five-minute major to Jack Taylor for his part in a second-period fight with Keith JlacDonald. Mac- Donald also received a major penally. Fourth game in the series will be run off tonight al the Arena with game time set for eight o'clock. -X v. i ALBERTA TITUSTS Pictured above are the Catholic Cenfrol Kittens who recenlly won the Alberla "8" girls' basketball championship, The champion} are, front row, lefl fo right, Frances lamone, Jean AlanXa Kveder, Aranka Paksi and coach Barbara Scfiampj back row, lefl lo righl, manager tinda Najda, Nancy Rtce, Jancl McDonnell and Jo-Anna McDonnell, Missing Marie Gruenwald ond Joanne Plausleiner, new Catalina. Long 122-inch wheelbase. Wide tt-inch track. Bis 255-hp V8. Priced to make it 1970V most exciting buy! You like your cor big but Ihe price not so big? Meet Ponlioc's new Catalina. Catalino is even bigger than most other full-size Ponliacs. And it's priced lo be your happiest surprise this year lit certainly shook up our Wide-Track Catalina moves out on G78-15 bias-belled tires, a 64" track front and rear, (ull coil suspension all 'round ond a 122" wheelbase, Power rates ot 265 horses or 290, depending on which Calalino you choose. And there ore iix models to choose from. You get fobric-ond-Morrokide or oil- Morrokide upholstery, simulated walnut-groined inserls. Upper-level ventilalion comfort with full-glass styling, hidden radio antenna, hidden windshield wipers and color-keyed Enduro molding prolecling both sides, And the up-front look of a luxury Konlioc Grand Prix I These are only some ot the standard features of Pontiac's big new value leader (and Catolina's prices make extra-cost options very See Ponliac's new Calolinol This is tho way driving is going lo be. CABUJHA BY PONTIAC See your teal outtwlied Ponlloc dtobr AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEAIER IN tETHBRIDGK ENERSON MOTORS LTD. 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