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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THIIITHMIDOI HIRALD - Saturday, March 30, 1971 ffHIS IS THE BIG WEEKEND for the South-' ern Alberta Council of Junior Forest Wardens and Girl Guards. It's annual meeting time Sunday at 2 p.m. at the fish and game clubrooms on 9th Ave. S. Dr. J. Donovan Ross, minister of lands and forests for the province, will be the speaker. He will also present his own trophy, the Dr. J. D. Ross Trophy, to Larry Nelson of Coleman, the junior warden with the most achievements during the past year. Congratulations Larry. ? ? ? AND, CONGRATULATIONS also to Fel Balder-son of Magrath, president of the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association. At the 42nd annual convention of the Alberta. Fish and Game Association held recently in Medicine Hat, he was awarded the Guy Blake Memorial Trophy, emblematic of the highest achievement award in the province.- Fel last year directed the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association which raised $28,000 to stock 1,� 150,000 rainbow trout in Tyrrell's Lake. Fel is again heading up a campaign this year in an attempt to stock another 500,000 in Tyrrell's. Contributions may be sent to the association at Box 86, Magrath, or Box 495, Lethbridge. Representatives of many fish and game clubs in the south have official receipt books. Saturday at 8 p.m., the Fraternal Order of Eagles is sponsoring a bingo in the Eagle's Hall in North Lethbridge, with all proceeds to go to the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association. ? ? ? THE ANNUAL SPRING BANQUET and dance of the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association has been set for Saturday, May 1, in the Scarlet Room of Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. A seven-course smorgasbord is planned, with dancing to the Cameos starting at 9 p.m. Tickets available at Parson's Hardware, Hoyts downtown and North Lethbridge, Heinite Printers and Stationers and members of the executive. Other dates to remember: Executive meeting of Zone 1, fish and game clubs, March 21, in the Lethbridge Fish and Game Clubrooms at 1:30 p.m. On April 3, Medicine Hat Fish and Game Association annual ladies' night banquet and dance, in the Columbia Hall. April 4, Lethbridge Fish and Game Association fish committee meeting in the clubrooms at 1 p.m. All interested welcome. On May 8th and 9th, Lethbridge Fish and Game Association annual trap shoot; May 30th annual large bore shoot. The Lethbridge association is again holding its monthly fish derbies. To qualify, each entry must be worth 100 points. The mnimums for 100 points are: stream rainbow, 1 lb.; lake rainbow, 2 lb.;. Rocky Mountain whitefish, 9 oz.; pike, 5 lb.; goldeye, 10 oz.; walleye, 3 lb.; perch, 6 oz.; lake trout, 7 lb.; dolly varden, 2 lb.; golden trout, 12 oz.; cutthroat, 1 lb.; brown trout, 1 lb.; eastern brook trout, 1 lb. A fish derby is planned for Henderson Lake April 17, for boys and girls 15 and under from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. THE DIRECTORATE of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District will be meeting with the water users March 29. The Piyami Fish and Game Association hopes to be able to make representation concerning a more assured water supply for Lehto's Reservoir. Indications are there has been severe winter kill of trout in Lehto's. Because Keho Lake water was drawn down to a puddle last fall so that the LNID could repair headgates, a wipe-out of the pike population is expected there. The pike will return, but thought is being given to the introduction of perch and pickerel. Locals all healthy Kings at Red Deer as finals under way By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Red Deer people were expecting a cold, wind-blown day today but they may not be ex-pecting the trouble headed their way by bus. Lethbridge Sugar Kings left this morning for Red Deer and the first two games of the Alberta Junior Hockey League finals and indications were they had their sights' set on blowing up a storm of their own. Some 18 players, a coach and a number of officials, were on the bus as it left for Red Deer and to say something was Penguins hurt by coast loss By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer The Hull brothers, Bobby and Dennis, are keeping Chicago riding high in the National Hockey League, but players like Gerry Pinder give the Black Hawks the depth that has made them a West Division power. Pinder, who has been having Stamps lead by two EDMONTON (CP) - Superb goaltending by Gary Bauman gave Calgary Stampeders a 3-1 victory over Edmonton Mon-archs Friday night in the second game of their best-of-seven semi-final in the Alberta Hockey League. Calgary leads the series 2-0 and plays the third game on home ice against Edmonton Wednesday. Bauman stopped 36 of 37 Edmonton drives and continually thwarted the Monarchs for the first two periods. Calgary led 1-0 after the first period on a goal by Ron Huston. Both Bauman and Edmonton goalie Barry Richardson kept their opposing teams ait bay in the scoreless second period. Dave Haley put the Stampeders into a 2-0 lead in the third period before Ron Tookey scored the lone Monarch's goal. Wally Kozak completed the scoring for Calgary. Indoor meet under way Track stars gathered BALDNESS Free Scalp Clinic In Lethbridge, Monday, March 22 BEFORE AFTER CLINICALLY TESTED AND GUARANTEED AMAZING DISCOVERY FOR HAIR AND SCALP. (Aid to improve condition of scalp). ACT NOW! MEN - WOMEN "Save Your Hair" DON'T RESIGN YOURSELF This internationally-famous expert urges that you do not resign yourself to baldness unless you are already bald. Your only obligation is to yourself - to free your mind about hair loss, dandruff, itching or other scalp disorders. GET THE FACTS If your condition is "hopeless" he will tell you so frankly. About 5% of those he examines are hopeless. Otherwise he'll tell you what's wrong with your hair and scalp, what can and should be done about it, how little time and money will be required to put your scalp in condition to grow healthy hair again. DOCTOR'S AMAZING DISCOVERY for HAIR AND SCALP DANGER SIGNS  Dandruff  Hair Too Dry or Oily  Excess Hair Fall  Itchy Scalp Hair and Scalp Specialist will be holding free hair and scalp clinic at the Travelodge between the hours of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Monday, March 22 only. All examinations are given in private, there is no obligation. No appointment needed. As the desk clerk for Mr. Brown's suite number. CALGARY (CP) - If assem-b 1 i n g internationally-known track and field stars is any way of assuring a successful competition, the Stampede City International Track Meet this weekend could hardly lose. Attracting much of the attention will be one of North America's top women jumpers, 18-year-old Debbie Brill of Haney, B.C. Her distinctive, back-first style of jumping has carried her to six feet, one inch and within IVa. inches of the world record. Top United States miler Chuck Labenz of the Pacific Coast track club is scheduled to attend and will compete against Canadian runner Norm Trerise of Vancouver. Both run the mile in less than four minutes and Labenz has a reputation for a closing, highspeed sprint which usually moves him out of the pack and into easy reach of the pace-setters near the end of the race. He says he likes to do most of his running in the pack because of the pressure in setting the pace without knowing what the rest of the runners are doing. The long races will be run on a short, wooden track at the indoor meet which does not produce easy records because of steep banks at the corners and 13 laps to the mile. The 50-yard sprints and hurdles have a track which goes out of the arena area and into the concourse. Male high jumpers are not likely to be ignored with Reyn-aldo Brown and John Radetich, U.S. athletes who have both cleared seven feet, in the competition. Sprinter Barbara Farrell of Los Angeles, world record holder in the 50 metres at 6.0 seconds and winner of two medals in the 1968 Olympics, will be trying to avenge her loss to Stephanie Berto of Vancouver who took a narrow victory last year. a disappointing season after a 19-goal rookie year in 1969-70, scored twice Friday night as the Black Hawks dumped California Golden Seals 5-2. In the only other scheduled game, Pittsburgh Penguins saw their playoff hopes jolted in Vancouver with a 6-4 loss to the Canucks. Buffalo Sabres visit Montreal Canadiens tonight in one of five games. Other games include New York Rangers at Toronto Maple Leafs, Philadelphia Flyers taking on the high-flying Bruins a t Boston, St. Louis Blues entertaining Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh in Los Angeles against the Kings. Montreal moves into New York Sunday while Toronto is at Philadelphia, Buffalo at Boston and Detroit meeting Chicago in night games. Afternoon games have Minnesota North Stars at Vancouver and Los Angeles in Oakland against the Seals. The Pittsburgh loss at Vancouver left the Penguins in fifth place, seven points behind fourth-place Philadelphia. Orland Kurtenbach led the Canucks with two goals and an assist as the Vancouver club, last in the East Division, moved to within three points of Detroit. In other NHL developments Friday, Philadelphia goalie Doug Favell was released from hospital. He injured his head in a practice last Wednesday. He will work out with the club next week. Rookie winger Phil Roberto will be lost to Montreal at least until next Wednesday after spraining his right ankle in a game against Toronto Thursday, won by the Canadiens 4-1. The Leafs, too, had injury problems with defenceman Jim Dorey checking into a Toronto hospital for treatment of an ear infection. Winger Paul Henderson is expected back in the Toronto lineup tonight, but the Leafs will still be without centre Norm Ullman and winger Dar-ryl Sittler. CHICAGO 5 CALIFORNIA I First Period - I. Chicago. Pinder 12 (Angottl, Magnuson) 8:09. Penalties -Campbell 3:54, Ehman 4:13, Redmond 4:45, Pinder Roberts minors, majors, Jarrett misconduct 8:31, O'Shea 9:06, Magnuson 12:02, Hextall 12:24. Second Period - 2. Chicago, R. Hull 42 (Maki, Korab) 11:36. Penalties - Marshall 5:01, White 9:25 Redmond 10:59, Hextall 19:15. Third Period - 3. Chicago, D. Hull 28 (Koroll, B Hull) 1:26; 4. Chicago, Pinder 12 (Angottl, Nesterenko) 3:37; 5. California, E. Hlcke 22 (Marsnall, Williams) 7:02; 6. Chicago, Mlklta 23 (Magnuson, Pappin) 9:09; 7. California, Williams 13 (O'Donoghue, Redmond) 15:33. Penalties - Hextall 4:10, Pinder 4:10, Makl 5:23, Mikita 6:34, Hextall 6:34, Mlklta 14:00, E. Hlcke 14:00 Campbell 15:04, Korab 18:48. Shots on goal by Chicago........... 14 M 12-48 California.......... 7 12 7-26 Attendance-9,881. VANCOUVER 6 PITTSBURGH 4 First Period - 1. Pittsburgh, Woy-towlch 4 (Rupp Hextall) 9:35; 2. Vancouver, Corrlgan IB (Paiement, Tal-\on) 14:32; 3. Vancouver, Kurtenbach 16 (Boudrlas, Paiement) 16:18; 4. Vancouver, Schmautz 4 (Kurtenbach 19.53. Penalties - Qulnn 7:40, Schella McCreary 8.07, Kannegiesser 13:02, Hextall 15:31, Ooak 17:14. Second Period - 5. Pittsburgh, Apps B (McCreary, Pronovost) 1:11; 6. Pittsburgh, Pronovost 19 (Appsl 1:21; 7. Vancouver, Johnson 11 (Hall, Corri-ganl 4:46; 8. Vancouver, Kurtenbach 17 (Schmautz, Johnsonl 8:22; 9. Vancouver Paiement 30 (Tallon, Boudrlas 1 13:25. Penalties - Doak, Burns 8:34, 8:49, Doak 15:51. Third Period - 10. Pittsburgh, Prentice 17 (McCalluvn, Shock) 4:26. Penalties - Poplel 4:20, Prentice 12:55, Hextall H:21, Paiement 18:44. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh..........11 11 16-38 Vancouver.......... 7 11 10-10 Attendance-15,570. missing would be an understatement. It marked the first time, except for last Saturday under emergency measures, that the Sugar Kings did not leave from the Lethbridge Are* na. The club left from Adams Ice Centre. As of Friday evening the locals were in high spirits. You could almost say they were looking forward to the trip to Red Deer and almost no one looks forward to a trip to Red Deer, The Kings play the Rustlers tonight at 8:30 and again Sunday evening at seven before heading home for two games' at the Taber Civic Centre Wednesday and Thursday. Both games are set for 8:30 starting times. Sugar Kings advanced to the final by stopping Edmonton Maple Leafs in four straight games in a best of seven series while the Rustlers ousted Calgary Mount Royal Cougars in five games in a roughhouse affair. Lethbridge coach John Chapman likes his team's chances. "We had a tough series with the Leafs and we can expect one just as tough if not tougher with the Rustlers," he said. Chapman beamed with pride at the way his' charges came through the series with the Leafs. The Kings came up with an outstanding effort last Saturday evening in earning a pair of 4-2 wins at Taber after the Arena fell victim to fire Friday night. Kings, it would appear, have reached a peak, and Chapman and manager Syd Hall couldn't be happier. The club is flying, playing like one solid unit and it will have to continue to do just that to upend the Rustlers. Rustlers finished the regular season in first place while the Kings oc cupied second place and it is the consensus of league officials that the two best clubs in the league are in the final together. A LOT RIDING A lot is riding on this series. Besides' the Albertav championship the winner will advance against the British Columbia champions on the next step along the playoff trail that will eventually lead to a Canadian final. A good many authorities on the subject tend to agree that the winner of the Alberta Junior League stands a good chance of representing the west in the dominion final. That in itself, is added incentive for both clubs. Kings have steadily improved, a sign of a good hockey club, as the season grew older. One noticeable improvement came in the power play. Until the end of the season and during the playoffs, the Kings were a better club playing a man short than with the advantage. All that has changed and coach Chapman couldn't be happier. Neither club is conceding anything or predicting an outcome. It looks like a long hard series that will be decided in seven games and not likely sooner. Red Deer gets the extra home game but the Kings are a good road club. The locals need at least a split, it is felt by team officials, this weekend. All would not be lost if that was not the case but it would be nice to come home at least on even terms. The stage is set for another Sugar King-Rustler final. Hang onto your hats. ANDY CAPP FUNERAL MONDAY CALGARY (CP) - Funeral service will be held Monday for Thelma McKenzie, president of the Southern Alberta Women's Curling Association. Mrs. McKenzie, 55, died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack earlier this month while in a bonspiel. Open Alberta finals Midget Elks at home Lethbridge Midget Elks are only two games away from a provincial title but they face what could prove to be their two toughest games in reaching that objective. Tonight at A d a m s Ice Centre, the southern Alberta champion Elks play host to Red Deer in an 8:30 encounter. The game is the first of a two-game, total-point series which will conclude in Red Deer next Saturday. Meanwhile, Lethbridge ACT Bantam Reps are in the central Alberta city to meet the Red Deer Bantams in the first game of a two-game total-point series for the Alberta bantam crown. Short sport LEGION WINNERS CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -A Chatham, N.B., rink skipped by Louis Dugre won the Canadian Legion national curling championship Friday by defeating a Duncan, B.C., foursome skipped by Gordon Stewart 8-6 in a playoff. It marked the second time in less than a month that a Maritime rink had captured a national curling title. In the Canadian Senior men's championships' in Halifax last month, Dr. Wen MacDonald of Charlotte-town was the title-winner. ? ? * OBTAIN DUNCAN OTTAWA (CP) - Ottawa Rough Riders have acquired fullback Dennis Duncan from Winnipeg Blue Bombers for Canadian defensive end Joe Vijuk, it was announced Friday. Duncan, 25, was traded to Winnipeg from Montreal last season after he was suspended by Alouettes for breaking team regulations. The 230-pound running back gained 823 yards rushing and 399 passing in 1970. Vijuk was in his first season with Riders last year. FOUR STRAIGHT CALGARY (CP) - For the fourth consecutive season a player for the Flin Flon Bombers has won the Western Canada Hockey League scoring title. Chuck Arnason, a 19 - year-old winger, slipped into the scoring lead near the end of the season and outstripped his competition to finish with 84 assists and a league - leading 79 goals. TAPE SALE Regular C ACT $795 o.ao MUSICLAND Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S. ALBERTA AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSN. MIDGET 'A' ALBERTA FINAL ADAMS ICE CENTRE Saturday, March 20th - 8:30 SOUTH AlBERTA CHAMPS 1970-71 LETHBRIDGE ELKS RED DEER AlBERTA CHAMPS 1969-70 p.m. ADMISSION PRICES Adults 754 - StuaWt 80t - Children 25* SUPPORT MINOR HOCKEY The Elks toiled in the Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League during the season and while they finished out of the Joe Frazier improving PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Joe Frazier's doctor said Friday the world heavyweight boxing champion's condition "is improving." Dr. James Giuffre, medical director at St. Luke's Hospital, added: "We are satisfied with the progress Frazier is making." The 27-year-old boxer, who successfully defended his title March 8 against Muhammad Ali, was confined to the hospital Monday due to high blood pressure. playoffs they did enjoy a successful season in the league with teams one step up in competition levels. The Elks advanced to the provincial final against Red Deer by stopping Medicine Hat Huskies in a two-game, total point series. Paced by centre Marty Maxwell and captain Ron Krikke, the Elks ousted the Gas City club 16-11. The Bantam ACT club also dropped Medicine Hat from further competition to advance to the finals. The Reps will be at home next Saturday in the second game. When the season is over, win lose or draw, the Elks will still have one game left. They will play the Lethbridge Oldtimers in an exhibition game with proceeds to go to Minor Hockey. The game is set for the Civic Centre, Wednesday, March 31. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ^ ------------ NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts ... 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