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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Monday, March 17, 1973- 'Canucks take command oi other series Devils, Rustlers even after four games BLAJBMOUE (Special) The Red Devils and Red Deer Rustlers ore [biding oat that home advantage isn't playing a major role in their Alberta Jun- ior Hockey League semi final playoff series. In the first fotir games of their best-of-seven semi final series, both dubs have won one game on home ice and tlie other while on the road. If this keeps up, the series should go to the limit. Meanwhile the best-of-seveu series is squared at two games apiece as Uie clubs split a pair of games over the weekend. Luco and mates open with win OTTAWA (Special) Age is no drawback, but experience is a definite advantage for curlers as Ada Calles of Kimberley, B.C., indicated Sunday in the Leeds still alive j Molson Cup ivinner Dr. Steve Keely of San Diego, won lli2 Lethbridge YMCA-Molson recquelbalt championsriip over the weekend. Keeley won the open division while Wes Hodikan of Edmonton won the closed title. Keely earns title at racquetball event LONDON (Renter) Ixicds UnilKl, one of the giants modern English soccer, and Suiiclerland and WolverhamDton two famous clubs opening round ot the Canadian senior championship. Twice Canadian w o m en's champion and twice on Uie miy ner up rink, Mrs, Calles de- feated Eva Kerr ol Regina 7-3. To qualify, the entrants have lo be 50 years or over, but her national experience and three appearances in the B.C. provincial championships, Mrs. Calles appeared the rink to beat in this first senioi women's competition. But the competition could be rough as Ontario and Quebec indicated when Fern Invin o1 Toronto St. George's heat Lot Turner of Albevton, P.K.I. 12- and Evelyn Spuray of Poinle laire defeated M'ildrcd Stew rt of Berwick, N.S. 11-2. Other first round scores ha( eanette Blair of SI. John's Vfld., defeating Phyllis Finder f Monclon 9-6 and Betty Luc end at the Lethbridge SfMCA Sunday afternoon. According to tourney offi-rials, the five-day event was a rousing success as the top llamas In the racquetball demonstrated their super-m talents. Some 53 singles players and 18 teams opened their bids for :ha Alberta championships Thursday but only 14 singles players and four teams remain-id in the running for nine event finals Sunday. The live-day tourney, sponsored by the Lethbridge YMCA and Molson's, was divided into open and closed events. The singles competition was a modified double-knockout affair, In the singles "A" finals, Steve Keely, who Is a fop ranking American player from San Diego, outlasted expert Bud Jtuelhisen also from San Diego for the Molson American champion. Ron Pawlowski of Edmonton captured the "B" open final by dropping another Edmontonian Don Crawford. The "C" open final went to Murray Paddon, ousted Jim In tha "A" closed singles championship final, Wes Hadi-cen of Edmonton dropped Logan Tail of Lethbridge for the top onors. Hadiken is the current Canadian and former Alberta open champion. Tail didn't finish empty-handed though as he defeated Ed Nowlin from Lethbridge in the consolation "A" final. In the "B" open singles event, Jim Freel bested Stan Pisko for the title while in the "C" event Bruce Ainscough dumped George Jackci for a first place outing. All four players are from Meantvhile in doubles or team competition, Bud Miielhi-sen and Keely teamed up to win tlie "A" open doubles by defeating Howie Rankin and Jack Groff of Edmonton. Hadiken and Pawlowski of Edmonton also joined forces and went home with the "A" closed doubles title. The Edmonton team defeated Tim Rluk and Bob Daku of League championship six times before their post-war decline, attracted more than fans to Riker Park and won 2-0 against Luton Town. Second half goals by Dave Watson and Ron Guthrie earned Sunder) and the victory, and a place in the semi-finals for Uie c first time since 1956. s WOLVES ADVANCE Wolves, wiio last reached the r semi-finals in 19GO when they l went on to win the Cup for the fourth time, trimmed Midland rivals Coventry City 2-0 with r goals from John Richards and Ken Hibbitt and have yet to concede a goal in this season's f competition. After .sharing four goals in the opening 33 minutes, Chelsea and Arsenal battled in vain to break' the deadlock. Peter Os-good and John Hollins netted for Chelsea while Alan Ball ant Charlie George were the scorers for Arsenal, seeking to reach their third successive final. In league action, Liverpool look a Iwi-point lead .in hte First Division following a 1-0 victory over Stoke City. Bowling CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Doonte Fed e r 213 f Aa ry t AcAulsy 234; Sandra Cropley 250; Gloria Hut-ton 3d2r Rose Cropley, 303 Peg Forry 212; Cynlhia Williqan Cor-nrr? Kleibrlnk 739; Decaire 389 Efhcl Harvie> WARTINIZINC Jaan Burr 761; Wary Nlcolson Sil Lois 356 (6S5i; Karen MaMhieson ?M" Irene Lyntf" !ft8 Careen Wilson 2SO; Freda Linr. Way Hiebert 219 (702> Isabelle Bergman 262 Eufi c David 259; Jean McCuUy 243. VASA LODGE Buddy GrauEtle 243; Jerry Larson Bob Hanson 223; Nelfie 205; Doug Hegland 5i5; Oebbi Collie 227; Layfie Baccda 215; Slim Bern 757; Nick Bianchl 1 SKI HAOS WIPE-OUTSALE MARCH 19 TO 23 ALL Stock MUST be Cleared to make room for Summer Sparlt and CQmprng CquipmenT Limited Qunnliliet Available. SALE PRICES VALID ONLY ON REMAINIKG home armful of Bv CARRY ALUSO.V Herald Start Writer Marlon Draper served notice that he will be a man to be reckoned with this year as he took home an armful of honors at the St. Mary's High School rcdco at the J and L Stables at Cardston Friday and Saturday. The Hillspring student was named the all round champion and earned the bull riding and the saddle bronc riding laurels as well. He also placed seconc in the steer wrestling event. Draper had more than hick going for him as be bested a bull called Lots of Luck, impres nering an amazing 83 points. Despite the great mark. Draper was hard pressed by Phil Van Cleave for the title. Van Cleave earned 81 points and just missed topping or passing Draper. Jim Dunn of Balzac was third with a 76. Phil Van Cleave, an up and coming hand from T a b e r, got the best of Draper in the steer wrestling event. Phil dropped his steer in 5.8 seconds, easily out distancing Draper and Craig Butterfield. Draper took T8.8 seconds to do the job while Suite-field spent seconds at his task. Draper spurred out a 67 In SKIS NOW GKO4 (5 Mr Only) 5' 5 330 (8 pair only) Reg. NOW 5 Pr. Junior Racer 20 Pr. Pioneer 4 Pr. Senator SI 30 2 Pd. Super GT 1 Pr. ea. Com. and Super Old! nnrvrc SOME MODEIS LANUE KUUI5 TRAfPEUR-TYROl BOOTS fwr..., it ion APRES 5KI Competition PACKAGE INCLUDES SKIS, POLES, BOOTS AND BINDINGS Refl. tnft NOW CLOTHING NOW Sk! Jatkelt Sweaters WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! 8.30 P.M. STOMPER GOUID1E vs DAN KROFFAT ABDULLAH vs BELAFONTE MIDGETS! 4 EXCITING BOUTS _ Down Filled JacVels .to up 1o Saturday night the Red Devils a 5-1 decision over the lustlers while Sunday the flust- ers came back and skated to slim 3-2 verdict over their hosts. In Saturday's contest, Derek laas, who was recently named he rookie of the year, scored twice to lead the Red Devils' attack. Other goals went to Rick Ivan Chrislensen and .yall Murray as tlic Pass doni- nated play for two periods, 'hey had a 1-0 edge after the :irst period and a 3-0 lead going into the final frame. John Simpkin scored Red Deer's lone counter. Red Deer outshot the Pass 43-35 with Brent Mason hand- ing the chores in the Red Devil's net, Don Stepnenson was relieved, at the five minute mark of the second period, in the Red Deer net by Andy llydlak. Sunday goals by Terry Will- chen, Doug Gillespie and Brian Suiter gave the Rustlers a S-2 victory over the Red Devils and squared their series at two games each. Red Deer took period leads of 1-0 and 2-0 before Mel Zing- er and Haas replied for the Pass. The Pass outshot Red Deer 37-26. The series resumes Tues- day night in Red Deer. In Drumheller Calgary Can- ucks swarmed over Drumheller Falcons 10-5 in a penalty-filled semi-final playoff game Sun- day. The win gives the Canucks two wins and one tie in the best-of-seven series. The series winner must earn eight prints. Calgary took period leads of 5-2 and 8-3 on two goals each from Joe Delure, Dale Eloschuk, Ian MacPhee and Mike Bruce. Jim Patenaude and Greg Smith fired singles. The Falcons received goals from Dale Booth, Brant Pushie, Fred Hucul, Ryan Wecker and Ken. Nelson. Calgary goaltender Hike Prieslner handled 29 shots while Ross Frisken and Garry Far- well split duties in the Falcons' net to handle the same number of shots. The teams split 18 minor pen- alties, while Calgary took three of five fighting majors and one game misconduct. Next games in the series are scheduled for Tuesday a n rt Thursday in Calgary. Elder must qualify AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) The] rt chairman of the Wasters tour- nament committee said Satur- day night that black golf profes- sional Lee Elder will not be in- vited to the tournament unless meets qualifi cations that other American golfers also must abide by. Clifford Roberts, chairnuin of the annual event since its begin- ning in 1934, said to give Elder an invitation without his meet- ing the standards "would be practicing discrimination iii re- verse." Rep. Herman Badillo, headed a group if 18 con- gressmen earlier Saturday in urgjng Roberts to send an in- vitation to Elder. Tte congressmen 'aid Rob- erts' expressions of "dis- appointment that no black American player has qualified under the Masters' quali- ficational regulations" is a form of "subtle discrimination" which "taints the image" of the Masters. "We feel certain someone has misinformed the disluiguishe( lawmakers because there is no and never has been dis- crimination, subtle or other Roberts said in a state- ment released in Augusta. The Masters begins April 5 a1 the Augusta National Golf Club American professional golfers can qualify for the Masters by winning any one of the PGA'E 44 major tournaments, or by placing in the top 16 of the U.S Open or the top eight in th PGA Championship, or by being named a memlier of the Rydei Cup team. More sport on page 10 Uie saddle hronc event, well ahead of Jim Dunn who has 48 points, and Black Diamond's Frank Thompson with 45. Rod Jensen of Claresholm showed fine style in winning the calf roping. Rod put the wraps on Ids catch in 15.7 sec- onds, beating out High River's Bob Frazer with 21.9 seconds. Kirk Thompson was third with 22 seconds flat. Kent Butterfield, second gen- eration competitor from Ponoka, raked his bareback horse- Buster, for a marking of 70 and the rodeo champion- ship. Elaine Marr of Pincher Creek had 66 points while Will Kittenback and Wally Pugh tied for third with 63s. Dalyce Van Cleave Joined brother Phil in the winner's circle, winning the barrel rac- ing honors with a time of 15.8 seconds. Mona Wutzke and Joan Berringer were knot- ted in second place, both mak- ing their runs in 16 seconds. Shannon Flemming won two trophy buckles as she was the top gal in the cutting hor; competition as well as the goa lying event. Marilyn Wlreatly, StandaK won the girl's pole bending. Team ropers Jim Sherma and Gary Cotter turned in fine time of 12.9 seconds an narrowly beat out Phil Va Cleave and Mark Chaboyia fo the title. BEHIND TOI5 CHUTES Calf roper Wayne Boisjoli i Calgary got hung up in a sti rup while dismounting hi horse dragged him and spur him around the arena but thi youngster was only slightl shaken up when It was all we amazingly he reeoverec completed the tie on hi calf among those takin in the rodeo was noted India artist Gerald'Tailfeathers Lynn Jensen, teacher at S Mary's School, hosted the we run, fast paced show eh addition of permanent scatin plus the new fence makes th J and L Stables a good spot watch a rodeo. RICK AUSTIN IVAN CHRISTENSEN ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES onIreal slon mgers ;troi) jflalo rronlo mcouver landers ilcago liladeipMa Louis B Angeles ftsburgh tlanla ififornla EADERS: LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pis 47 9 16 296 IftS HO 47 20 5 304 !16 99 19 7 379 187 97 35 24 11 2351212 81 34 IS 13 238 197 81 25 37 9 220 2Jl 59 21 43 B 315 310 50 10 58 5 153 325 25 Weil Division W L T r A PJs 39 25 8 35i 106 86 35 23 9 733209 79 33 27 H 259 136 77 30 31 11 210 1U 71 28 TA 11 213 132 67 28 34 8 231 713 35 33 14 179 210 64 12 44 IS 187 300 40 .atLeish, Pha ale.te, R rr, B emalre, M ucyk, B appin, C UN, C...... ahovllch, F., M Martin, C GAP A3 1U 3! 94 44 41 91 39 E? 33 iS 80 JO J5 85 37 43 65 38 46 84 37 46 83 3J 48 S3 2a 55 a3 ORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Divfslon L T F A 41 26 2 268 232 ew Eng 36 30 33 39 33 38 31 37 S9 37 41 2 289 312 0 261 285 4 253 584 J 248 285 Division 3 268 233 5 245 233 4 156 245 3 232 2-13 2 244 nJ 1 237 271 WHA LEADERS Yard, NY acrolx, PHA...... on, PHA...... Hull, W............ tlin, W......... 3ordeleau, W Vebsfer, NE affcry, HE arfetort, O Labossiert, H G fi 46 64 IU 41 f.7 106 54 40 43 43 96 35 60 95 44 46 4k 33 54 41 31 5-1 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T askaioon 45 11 n (in 37 19 10 legina 29 23 50 randon 29 30 9 wilt current 37 34 6 Winnipeg .16 41 10 Western Division Edmonton 33 18 8 Medicine Hat 37 20 9 Calgary 15 21 II New west 29 2? 15 Vicforla 13 50 4 Vancouver 10 53 3 F A Ph 314 191 334 228 88 2B8267 68 307 3QJ 297 352 283 365 41 297 218 a 333 247 8! 300 217 8' 27E> 259 73 273 M3 30 193 414 23 Alberla Junior :algary 10 Drumheller 5 Calgary leads fccst-of-seven iennt- Inal 2-0 one game lied led Deer 3 The Pass 2 semi-liiial lied 2-2 B.C. Junior Vancouver ChiUiwatk 3 Chilliwatk leads test-of-seven quar- er-final Jl 7 BelllnoViam 5 bcsl ol-seven quarler- 3entic1cn 4 Kclowna 3 penttdpn ledtis besl-ol-seven quarl- ;Minal 3-2 Werld Hotkey Group C Norway 6 The Nelherlanth 3 Hungary 11 Denmark 5 SATURDAY National Buffalo 3 Montreal 3 Toronto 7 Rangers 5 Glanders 6 St. LOUIS 4 Vancouver 6 PiUstjurgh 1 Atlanta 3 Chicago 2 Minnesota 4 Los Angeles 3 World Alberla 3 Quebec o Nev.f England 4. Philadelphia 0 Chicago A New York 3 Los Angeles 2 Cleveland 0 American Ballimore 4 Richmond 3 Hershey 8 Rochester 1 Central Om.ih3 8 Ddllas For I Worfh 4 Tulsa 2 International Toledo at Muskegon, ppd. Ontario Senior Owen Sound af Gait, ppd. Western Intcrnallonal Cranbrcok 9 Treil 1 Best-ol-seven-scrnl-linal t'od Wesfeirt Canada Victoria Regina 4 Manitoba Junior Humboldr 2 Prince Albert 0 Humboldt bE5Fof-ieven semi- final British Columbia Junior Penllclon 5 Kelowna 3 tied 2-J. Chilllwack 4 Vancouver 1 Chlliiwack leads quar- ter-final 3-0. Hanaimo 6 Betlingham S Nanaimo leadi best-of-sevtn nuartcr ffnaf 3-1. Toronfo 3 SI. Alary'4 Halifax i o toror-ta cframp Eon Ship, BASKETBALL T4BA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W York Buffalo Philadelphia Pcf. .813 HOCKEY SCORES UN DAY Delroit 3 Chicago 0 California 2 MlnnesolA 0 4 ffirmlrefil 4 Buffalo 5 Toronto 1 Rangers 3 St. Louis I BoVcn 7 Atlanta 1 World 4 Winnipeg New York 3 Houston American Cincinnati 7 Springfield I Boston 3 Jacksonville 3 a Scotia 4 Virginia 1 2 Hershey I Richmond 5 Baltimore 1 Jew Haven 3 Rochester 3 Western Jallas CHL 7 Salt Lake