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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 13 Swiss rink favored by Don Duguid CURLING WE SHAFT Long and short of it Italian skip Renato Ghezze (foreground) and Norway skip Sjur Loen, present- a contrast during action at world curling championships at Bern, Switzerland Thursday. Labatt's back CPGA final set for Willow Park 18 CALGARY (Staff) Labatt's Breweries of Canada Ltd. opened their purse strings Thursday afternoon and when they were finished the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association coffers were richer by Thursday at the Calgary Inn the joint announcement was made by Donald McDougall, president of Labatt's and John Davis of Burlington, Ont. president of the CPGA. Labatt's will contribute for the 1974 championship which will be staged at Willow Park July 18- 21. Another will go th the 1975 tourney in Toronto and a final to the 1976 event scheduled for Winnipeg. McDougall, in making the announcement said he and his company were very pleased to continue their seven year association with the CPGA. The CPGA final was staged at Willow Park in 1966 when Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont. SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD PLAINSMAN SPORTS A capacity crowd jammed the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association s building to the last seat as President Bob Vair called the monthly General Meeting to order on Monday evening. This showing is indica- tive of interest being displayed in the Association this year, and another measurement is membership. Membership Chairman Harold Jenke reported membership sales approaching last year's figures after only 2V? months, and long before the fishing and hunting season are in full swing. Delegates who had attended the Provincial Fish and Game convention gave reports. Two items were particularly Interesting. The first was that little mention of the low pheasant popula- tions was made at the convention. The second was that there is available in the Resource Development Fund in excess of S40.000 that has not been earmarked for any conservation project. (This fund is a result of a contribution by hunters Of one dollar on their license each If we concede that habitat is the key to healthy pheasant'popula- tions. the