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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______........._ Wcdncidoy, Mardi It. 1972 THE ICTHBSIDGE HEBAID 13 Must game for locals Thursday Sugar Kings face elimination RED DEER (Special 1 Lcthbridgc Sugar Kings are in a do-or-clic siUialion after suf- fering a hard fougbl 3-1 loss to (he Red Deer Hustlers in the fifth game of (lie Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-fi- nal playoll series Tuesday night. The Rustlers are now within one win of a berth in the AJ1IL final as they slipped the visiting Sugar Kings before partisan fans. The win gives the Rustlers a The series will move back In 2-1 lead in Ihe best of seven I.cthbridgc Thursday night and semi-final series with the other a victory is a must for the games being tied. paints first wins the series. Darwin makes hid for job A change that By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS There comes a time in most ballplayers' careers when, after a particularly rough day. they wonder if they shouldn't be doing some other job. That lime came to Boby Philadelphia's winning run againsl the Reds. Rookie Kichic Zisli, fighting to vin a job on the world cham- pion Pittsburgh roster, slugged a three-run pinch homer that carried the Pirates to a 5-3 vie- Darwin in 1970. not alter a GETS BACK IN TIME Tommy Harper, Boston ott. Reese of the Twms, r, Red Sox outfielder, slides head firs, back firs, base Idle to the speedy Harper, os Minnesota Twins' pitcher Jim Perry tries to pick him_______________________________ for ihe ball but is too Curls three limes today son splits first two games .L Slar City, Saskatchewan but derson Ued the game at 6-6 bowed 8 7 in the 12-end en- with a two in Ihe lOtli. Hender- counler son was the victim of a fine MEDICINE HAT (SpecialV- Scott Henderson of Lelhbridge faces an uphill battle if he is to win the Elks national curling tille. Henderson and Ins mates. Sieve Gillies, Art Borzel and Red Ervine, split their first two games Tuesday as the six- rink Canadian championships got under way. In the first round Hendersor built up a comfortable 5-1 leac after five ends and coasted to an M victory over Dave Pater son of Cburtnay, B.C. The Lethbridge rink secret two in the second, fifth and 10t! ends while counting singles in the fourth and seventh. At one time in the game wit Paterson, Henderson was lay ing six when the B.C. skip drew to the butfon to count one. In the second round Hender- son led 6-) after nine ends in Olson is the only unbeaten i shot by Olson in the llth end uison is UJIIY i----- i j ..r rink in the championship which or he would have had a toad of winds up Thursday. 8-6 heading into the finaJ end. mas up i u j Olson, in his game with Hen-1 The Lethbndge skip had to Canucks blast Pronghorns his game with Vci-n Olson of the Gals lo learu aboul football REGINA (CP> Faced will) dwindling support at the box of- fice, Saskatchewan Roughrid- ers of the Western Football Con- ference have set their sights on the female fan. Beginning next month, assis- tant coaches John Payne and Tom Lovat will conduct foot- ball clinics for women in an attempt lo enlighten them on the finer points of the game and bring them out to games this season. The sessions will be held twice a week during the month of April and each will be lim- ited to 50 women. Riders recently conducted a survey in the province to find out the attitudes of fans to- wards football. The question- naire covered a variety of areas and one thought expressed was that some sort of educational program should be held for fe- male fans. Pennant-winng Labor Club Canucks literally knocked the U of L Pronghorns out of the City Recreation Hockey League semi-final playoffs with a con- vincing 13-3 victory Tuesday night. Canucks took the best-of-two scries in two straight games, ,-inning the first match 4-3, They now advance to championship finals, taking on the winners from the other play off series between the Williams Flyers and Purity Bottling. In last night's affair, the Can- ucks struck like lightning, fir- ing in five goals before six min- utes had been played in the game. Pronghorns finally hit the scoresheet midway through the first period, but watched the short handed Canucks come back with two more to take a 7-1 lead into the dressing room The Canucks kept rolling in the second period slappin four unanswered goats an creased their lead to 11-1 a the period ended. Grant Harrington paced th Canucks' attack with four goal while Tim Ncgrello chipped i with three. Negrello received a garni misconduct al the marl g i d in ronghorns with a goal each. The Canucks captured the ague pennant with 15 wins nd (wo ties for 32 points in the i game schedule this season. Williams Flyers finished run- 2rs up with 2L points on 10 ictories and one tie while the ronghoms and Bottlers both laced third with 18 points piece. settle for a single and then saw Olson come up with a two on the 12lh end for Ihe slim vie tory. Henderson has his hands ful with today's draws At nine this morning he me the Manitoba rink, skipped b; Howard Sager of Morden, hree time Dominion cham rion. At two o'clock Henderson ook on Don Mix of Moncton while this evening th Lethbridge quartot battles wit Peter McCallum of Thunde Bay. In the other first draw game Olson downed McCallum S and Sager bested Mix 7-5. McCallum shaded Sager the second round by a 10 count in an extra end and M upended Paterson 11-9. Henderson, Mix, McCallu and Sager each have 1 1 re< ords while Paterson has an ledger. Three rinks in the roum .Sugar Kings. As the playoff ruling goes, time is set fur s p.m. the team that earns eight i at Henderson Lake Ice Centre. In last nighl's contest Terry Tornow gave Lelhbridge a 1-n lead at of (he firsl pe- riod, but Red Deer's Dale Lewis scored on a power play exactly three minutes later to leave the teams tied 1-1 going into lire second period. Daie Bingham scored what proved to be the winner al straight game as utility man iof the second period and Terry Rafnel nobles drove in liic win- Wittchen got (he insurance ning run against Cleveland with murker into an empty Loth- ighth-inninfi sacrifice fly I bridge net at W.17 of the third and pinned the loss on Gaylord period. Perry. L e t h b r i d g e goalie Phil tough game, but after a tough season. Darwin had been bounc ing around various minoi league whistlcstops for eight years, disguised as a pitcher. When he had an 0-6 rccon d 6.49-earned-run average for okane in 1970, he decided i as time to try something else; e the outfield. Now Darwin is a slugger in- ead of a slinger. A rookie at he is making a strong bid for job Minnesota Twins, ie converted hurler belted two me runs fifth nd sixth of the e Twins a 4-2 decision over oston Red Sox. In oilier exhibition games, hiladelphia Phillies edged Cin- nnati Reds 2-1, Chicago Cubs dropped Milwaukee Brewers 5- San Diego Padres nipped leveland Indians 4-3. Oakland thletics shut out California An- els 6-0, New York Yankees rimmed Chicago White Sox 7-1 Kansas City Royals outlasted 'exas Rangers 9-7, New York defeated Baltimore Oriolei 4-2 and Atlanta Braves defeated Expos 4-2. tory over St. Louis. The Cubs jolted ex-teammate Earl S I e p h e n s o n for four eighth-inning runs to beat Mil- waukee. Rick Monday's sacri- fice fly drove in the winning run. San Diego won its fourth Ken Hollzman hurled the first) Wandlcr made 30 saves and six innings and then Ron Klimk- Graham Parsons o! _ Red Deer TOKYO TIES GIANTS In other games, Houston As ros and Los Angeles Dodger battled lo a 2-2 lie and Sa Giants and Toky 0tle Orions tied 1-1. Darwin, who hit 27 homers fo the Hermosillo club to lead th Mexican Pacific Coast Leagu during the winter, now has 1 runs batted in for 42 spring swings. Rookie pitcher Mike Huddell allowed three straight walks in the eighth inning, forcing home Bowling Kocle 7J5, Jim n 275, Slim Berry HI, Jack N eiler 257 (7181, Harry Holub Cyril iron 286. Frances Bambrkk 236 ary Word 239 Hilda Blanthi 7, Rose Nurweiler 318, Ann Reed OJ, Velma Miller 205. HIGA'S Barbara Scattercood 240. .'Ac- onetd 252 Cherye Ofcermeyer 1, Marlene Bosch 255, Helen Been ler 270, Velfa Argals 236, Frances 253 Marg Michalenko nntlte Neville <6811, Edilh Volh u Shirley Alexander PRE-BUILT Schmall m CBl ClaY 220, Tea Mclnlyre 3S6 Shirley Heresy 22E LarrY Tamaki 2B1, Bill Walchelt 745, Dennis Latjassc