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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 mt LETHMIOCe HERAID Thundoy, Worth Zl, Switzerland beaten 6-3 by Scotland SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan t A BIT of everything Missing a couple of tro- phies? Inspector Max Couplaml of the Lethbridge. Clly 1'olit'c has a pair of tro- phies which were found at Indian Battle Park One is a fastball trophy with let- tering C.A.RD., all district 19GG The other one is a football trophy dating back to 1960, 1st Jamobree says the inscription If they are yours you can claim them at the City Police Station I read it in black and white. Karl Ingariicld tad a chuckle after his New York Islanders (lumped Vancouver. Canucks 0-3 in a battle of also-rans in the National Hockey league .'Hie ironic thing about the chuckle is that Vie Slnsiuk coaches Van- couver and botii he and In- garfield are from Lelhbi'idge. Inky has his club in an unusual predicament of late, they have won two games in a row. Mazinke in control after six big wins REGINA (CP) Ilmvcy Ma- member zinke's Canadians pulled away badly. ever beuig beaten so Irom Uie pack in the world cur- "But U we're around tor the ling championship Wednesday, semi-final and play Canada charging to their sixth con- again the result will be differ- secutive case. with unexpected cnt." In Wednesday's aficrnoon We don't expect to beat any- round France beat Klaus Ka.iz 10-2, Canada Slrombo 54 U.S. whip- ped Denmark's Viggo Huuaeus '14-2. Warren Caragata inform- ed me recently he is a Sas- katchewan Rc-jghrider fan. Now there are two of them in Lethbridge my Calgary Slampcdei's and I will have to contend with With ail this beautiful weather it re- minds one that oar two golf courses, Henderson Lake and the Country will be open for business April 1 Lake president Harold Brown will have to wait to tour his layout Brownie suffered a serious hand injury play- ing, of all things, raequetball And contrary to reports it didn't happen while he was walking out after a sound de- ifeat at the hands of Logan 'Tail. Speaking of racquet- ball, the YJICA staged a very successful tournament last weekend and plans are al- ready in the fire for a bigger and 'better event next year. What would you guys say to a couple more rac- ciu'elball courts? Bill Kusscll. former great with the Boston Celtics, asked how he would have fared against Karccm Abdiil-JaMiar, re- plied. "Young man; you have, the question bsckwards Lefty Wilson, who rates even higher than Tom Adams in praise of left-handed athletes, staled very clearly Tuesday evening at a board of direc- tors meeting of the hridge Lakers senior ball club he wouldn't attend an? games if the team didn't have at least one left-handed pitcher I wonder what Lefty would think about a left-hand- ed catcher? Marv Harshmnn, coach of States' basket- ball team has figured out a .way to defeat UCLA Bruins "You would need a team that combines the talents of 'Minnesota and Houston, the enthusiasm of North Carolina and a couple of Notre Dame I for one hope Court gives Bobby. Biggs a sound thrashing if and when the two meet in an exhibition tennis match. I'm not supporting Women's .Lib by any stretch of the imagination, but when a man, who hasn't Sbcen at the peak of his game 2 for some 34 years, tells one the best tennis players in "the world, male or female, ha jswill wlu'p them, hogwash. 5 Ham it down his egotistical rr throat Margaret .Howie J Heggadal, who some years back toiled with the Lcth- bridge Sugar Kings, was named Player of the Year" in the Eastern League while playing with Greensboro He also made the first all-star team despite suffering a bro- ken ankle that kept him ou of action for a number o: games. Remember Wayne He played with the Kings the year they defeated Victoria Cougars before losing to Regiua Pats .King picked him up from Red Deer lei's after he had given them such a bad time in the Alberta finals. He was second in the scoring race in the International League. He finished with 101 points on 46 goals and 55 assists as a member of the Flint Generals. He became the first player to go over the 100-point mark for the team in its four-year history. FRONT END ALIGNMENT SPECIALIST REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for modern, fully equipped shop. Full Company Benefits Apply BOX 99, HERALD WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, BE 5URE TO HAVE THE ONE THAT WILL PULL YOU THROUGH DODGE POWER WAGON 4 WHEEL DRJVE We have available 2 Dodge W100 4 wheel drives with 318 V8 automatic, power steering and brakes, warn hubs, 700x15 6 ply mud and snow tires, rear bumpers, and many more extras. EXAMPLE Of The Savings On Now STOCK NO. 5343 DEMONSTRATOR list Price DEMO SAVINGS one by that kind of a the Regina skip said after Can- ada humbled Charles Reeves's edged United States rink 13-1 in the sixth round, "especially at this It gave Canada a 6-0 record and sole possession of first place. Werner Oswald of Swit- zerland, who had kept pace with the hot-shooting Canadians for five rounds, finally tasted eteat in tlie a 6-3 decision to Scotland's Alex Torrance. Switzerland dropped into a econd-place tie with France, ut Mazinke, a 35-year-old farm machinery dealer competing in is first woi'ld tournament, isn't ounting them out. Canada meets Switzerland in le seventh round at 2 p.m. CST (3 p.m. EST) today and lazinke expects a tough game. "The Swiss look like a strong earn." In other seventh-round games, it's France against Scot- arid, Sweden against the U.S., taly against Denmark and Ger- many plays Norway. ICE A FACTOR Kjell Oscarius, whose Swedish rink was bumped by Pierre Boan of France in the sixth round, said tricky ice was a factor. But we were lucky this afternoon to beat Scotland (G-4 in the fifth round) maybe things even up." Sweden shares fourth place, the position that brings with it entry into the championship semi-finals Friday night, with Scotland. Both rinks collected four victories in their first six games. The U.S. is next with a 3-3 record. Norway, Denmark nnd Ger- many all have a single victory. Renato Ghezze of Italy brings up the rear. The hapless Ital- ians, in their first world tourna- ment, have heen unable to come up with a win. Doug Carlson, third on the U.S. team, said the drubbing by Mazinke has not put his team- mates out of contention. "We're not that bad a he said. WON'T QUIT !A loss like that isn't going lo make me quit. We have a good chance of making the semi-fi-. nals. We're certainly not going two rounds left today m the Ca- to go home without trying nadian senior women's curling again championships, Ada Calles ap- T h e Massachusetts rink, peared to have the first such youngest in the competition title all mapped up. with an average age of under The Kimberley, B.C., skip, 24, has been together for eight with Uvo previous Canadian years and Carlson couldn't re- women's championships to her credit, scored two strong vic- tories Wednesday lo run her record in the nine-round com- petition for women over 50 lo six wins and one loss. Her closest competition is Evelyn Spuray of Pointe Claire Que., alone in second place in the 10-team championships with a 5-2 record. Bunched behind them, all at 4-3, are Jeanetle Blair of St John's, Ntld., who was tied for the lead after five rounds. Fern Irwin of Toronto, Phyllis Pindei of Moncton and Eva Kerr of Kegina. Tied with M record; are Betty Luco of Lethbridge an early favorite in t h event, and Mildred Stewart o Berwick, N.S., while Edith Tin- ping of Winnipeg is iit 2-5 am Lou Turner of Alberton, P.E.I has yet to win a -match. Tlie crunch game for Ih championship was schedulec this morning wilh B.C. mcelin P.E.I. A viclory by woul be their first of the con 1 give Quebec Germany and Denmark fi- nally elbowed llicir way into tlie win column in the sixth draw. Kanz beat Italy 13-2 and Him- aeus sidetracked Norway 3-5. Torrance said he "blew the Germany thumped Italy 12-2, Switzerland game" against Sweden when lie edged Norway's Helmer' "came up tight" with a last- rock takeout attempt, lie faced a similar shol against Switzer- land, but this lime he-made it. "We're still he said, but curling well enough to reach the semi-finals they get a serious contender in Saturday's final. Torrance had his work cut out for him played France and Canada. SPORT iTirarorjMffi'aBra m B ON a TARGET FOR 1975 H I Elks deadlock, Colts earn win Lethbridge Midget Elks main-, lained their unbeaten string in Southern Alberta Juvenile Hoc- ;ey League action Wednesday ght, but were hard-pressed to o so. Elks, unbeaten in league play nd in the southern division mi-final and final, travelled Strathmore Wednesday even- g and came away with a ard-fought 7-7 tie in the first amc of what was to have been best-of-five final. The format f the playoff has been changed o a two-game, total-goal ser- es. The second game of the nal will be held in Leth- ridge Monday, April 2 at Hen- erson Ice Centre at The host Colts twice held two- goal leads only to have the Elks >attle back to even terms. The wo clubs played to 3-3 and 5-5 >eriod scores. Ed Smith paced Strathmore with three goals while Keith Willows chipped in with a pair. Solo markers went to Christie and Darryl Downey. Bernie Syrenne and Hon Mos- er led the way for the Elks wilh two goals each. Joe Meli, Baden Pilling and Darrell Os- mond each scored once. Elks oulshot the Colts 50-47 in the free-wheeling contest that saw only 12 minor penal- tics, seven to the host club. The Elks got Ihe nod on the only 10-minute misconduct meted out. Meanwhile, Lethbridge Colts got two goals from Dave Jackson as tlrey got past Bow Island 5-3 in Litlle Spud Lea- gue final aclion. The next game in the two-game, total-goal ser- ies is planned for Sunday after- noon at two o'clock ui Bow Is- land. Bob Quinell, Cam McLennan and Rod Olshaski completed the scoring for the Colts while Robin Knihhs, Gordon Korino and Jerry Roth shared the goals for Bow Island. And away we go Skip Harvey Mazinke displays the form kept him and his Canadian rin' unbeaten after six rounds in ihe world curling championships being staged at Regina, In games Wednesday Mazinke blasted Italy 12-2 and humbled the United States 13-1. ELRICH TSRE SPORT SCORES Luco rink fades lo 3-4 Ada Calles is leading NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Montreal Boston Rangers Delroil Buffalo Toronto OTTAWA (SpeciaD-With only to force a playoff by inning lis last two matches. But the B.C. rink has been coring heavllj' and often as in Vedneaday's sixth round when beat Manitoba 13-6 with a hree in the third, a live in the Off-track jetting okay sought EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government has ap- proached Ottawa about the pos sibility of having off-track bet ling approved, the legislate has been told. Attorney-Genera! 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