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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, Mnrch. 23, WS Luco ends up 5-4 Calles fops senior gals OTTAWA (Special) Ada Calles of Kimberley, B.C., won the first Canadian senior women's curling championship Thursday, losing only one match in the n i n e-game competition for women over 50. Her only lapse was in the fourth round when Jeanette Blair of St. John's, Nfld., scored a 12-5 victory over the B.C. rink of Mrs. Calles, third Ina Hansen, second Mae Shaw and lead Barbara Weir. Mrs. Calles won the Canadian women's championship in 1962 and 1964. In the eighth round Thursday, Mrs. Calles defeated the winless Prince Edward Island rink of Lou Turner 12-4 then dropped Phyllis Pinder of Moncton, N.B., 10-7 in the final round when she already had the title. Fern Irwin of Toronto fin- ? - ? FINAL STANDING W L B.C...................... 8 1 Ontario ................. 6 3 Quebec ................... 5 4 Newfoundland............. 5 4 New Brunswick............ 5 4 Alberta ................... 5 4 Manitoba............... .. 3 6 Nova Scotia............... 3 6 P. E. 1................... 0 9 ? - * ished with a 6-3 record followed at 5-4 by Evelyn Spuray of Pointe Claire, Que., New foundland, New Brunswick and Betty Luco of Lethbridge. Edith Tipping of Winnipeg and Mildred Turner of Berwick, N.S. were tied at 3-6 and the Turner rink 0-9. In other eight-round matches Thursday Alberta beat Saskatchewan 11-10, Ontario edged Manitoba 7-5, Newfoundland de> feated Quebec 10-7 and New Canucks within a point CALGARY (CP) - Roger Lamoureux' winning goal at 16:01 of the third period helped give Calgary Canucks a 7-5 Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final playoff win over Drumheller Falcons Thursday night. Calgary leads the best-of-seven series three games to one with one game tied. Dale Eloschuk, Warren Cook, Brian Miller, Jim Patenaude, Mark Lomenda and Roger Bour-que scored the other Canuck goals. Ron Rose, Dyan Wecker, Dale Booth, Bryan Maxwell and Dennis Wallis scored for t h e falcons. The score was tied 2-2 after the first period and Calgary led 5-4 after two. The Canucks out-shot Drumheller 54-42. Each team took one fighting major, while Calgary took nine of 15 minor pealties. Brunswick beat Nova Scotia 11-10. In the ninth round it was Manitoba 11-3 over Newfoundland, Alberta 14-1 over P.E.I., Ontario 10-7 over Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan 11-5 over Quebec. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL DOUG'S Elaine Tompkins 270, Ruby Oseen 262, Bunny Anderson 253, Helen Ros-settl 242 (688), Ann Duval 254, Mary Mlhallk 244, Alice Kolibas 245 (652), Laura Zahores|ko 243, Maggie Oliver 240, Irene Lynde 241. FRIDAY SCHOOLS BANTAMS Charlene Barva 202, Merylen Bun-nage 180, Tom Herlnger 174, Pat Doyle 176, Kirk Spence 205, Michael Gerla 206, Don Tlnordl 172, Judy Maclean 191, Mallnda Hamilton 201. JUNIORS Mallnda Hamilton 201, Rick Maclean 267, Bev Passey 215, Kim Prlndle 221, Mike Sharun 220, Tom Mlklos 285, Bill Doyle 251, Dale Boychuk 254, Joyce Wllklns 192, Mlchele Maclean 208. AGT SOCIAL Carole Homulos 247, Ken Rollag 225, Mavis Tuttle 230, Phyllis Lewickl 242, Sharon Oliver 214, Dennis Balazs 220, Luo Plzzingrllli 250, Dick Wells 246, Mike Plerzchala 240. CIVIL SERVICE Steve Dlmnlk 312 ( 804), Tom Fleming 278, Len Bailey 288, Dick Tuk 309 ( 766) Hugh Christie 295 (794), Karlyn Spltzer 263 (739), Arley Wilson 244, Vonna Hed-enstrome 227, Alice Kolibas 233, Lena Moore 229. CPR SOCIAL George Matchett 240, Rollle Howes 254, Fil Oberg 262, Frank Waugh 260 (669), Dennis Oberg 361 (677), Bob Anderson 238 (687), Shirley Alexander 278 (748), Janice Johnson 225, Alma Oberg 209. Y.B.C. BANTAM BOYS A DIVISION Marty Shlgehiro 266 (419), George Coulter 294 (473), Troy Hovey 241, Kevin Grahl 169, Greg Forrest 175, Parry McDonald 193, Terry Hamilton 187, Darrell Lazaruk 178, John Jar-dine 189, Doug Richardson 189, Edwin Burwash 169. B DIVISION Darren Swaren 196, David Ross 155, Bruce Gray 150, Derek Taylor 216, Robert McCracken 173, Tommy Doyle 160, Rod Krokosh 152, Stephen Taylor 142, Graham Groves 138, Dean Hovey 131. BANTAM GIRLS Lor! Chakl 1B3, Kathy Joevenazzo 163, Lisa Blue 179, Laura Snowe 165, Kim Tolley 192, Joy Nakamura 160, Dlanne Crighton 170, Pody Johnson 161, Tracy Tamayu5e 213, Shelley Hovey 156. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Harvle Pocza 249 (477), Shaun Moar 243, Baden Pilling 274, Oavld Able 244, John Craigs 239, John Wlldman 237, Leslie Klllins 260 , the U.S. whipped Italy 11-4 and Germany beat Denmark 10-9 with a last-rock draw to the button through a pile of junk in the front. In Thursday's seventh-round, Canada, struggled a bit before edging Switzerland 5-3, Italy won its first game, 8-6 over Denmark, Sweden beat the U.S. 7-3, Scotland stole one in an extra end to defeat France 5-4 and Norway clipped Germany 6-3. Oswald's Swiss rink started with a hot hand and won its first five games. It has had problems since then, losing three in a row, but will still finish with Switzerland's best record ever in the world competition-as will France and Sweden. Torrance isn't happy with the way Scotland has played in some games but he has said anything can happen in the championship's sudden-death playoffs. The semi-finals are one-shot affairs, as is the final Saturday afternoon. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts. Montreal ... . 48 9 14 299 167 112 Boston ...... 48 20 5 309 219 1 01 Rangers ..... 47 19 7 289 189 101 Detroit ...... 35 26 11 238 218 81 Buffalo ...... 34 26 13 240 203 81 Toronto ..... 25 38 9 221 246 59 Vancouver .. . 21 45 8 217 322 50 Islanders .. .. 11 58 5 159 328 27 West Division W L T F A Pts. Chicago ..... 40 25 8 262 208 88 Philadelphia . 34 27 11 268 236 79 Minnesota .. . 35 30 9 242 220 79 St. Louis ..... 31 31 11 216 227 73 Los Angeles .. 29 34 11 218 233 69 Pittsburgh .. . 79 36 8 236 245 66 Atlanta .. .. 25 34 14 180 214 64 California .. . 12 46 16 192 311 40 THE LEADERS: G A Pts. Esposlto, B ............. 48 70 118 Clarke, Pha ............ 32 65 97 MacLelsh, Pha .......... 46 48 94 Ratelle, R............. 40 51 91 Bucyk, B............ 39 51 90 Orr, B................. 24 66 90 Lemalre, M............ 40 45 85 Pappln, C.............. 39 46 85 Redmond, D............ 48 36 84 Hull, C................ 37 47 84 Mahovllch, M.......... 36 48 84 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern division W L T F A Pts. New England 43 27 2 294 237 88 Cleveland 38 31 3 262 225 79 Philadelphia . 34 39 o 269 296 68 New York ... 33 39 2 289 312 6B Ottawa ...... 32 37 4 257 286 68 Quebec ...... 30 37 S 252 286 65 Western Division W L T F A Pts. Winnipeg ... . 41 29 4 269 234 86 Houston ..... 36 33 4 264 253 76 Los Angeles . 35 34 6 251 242 76 Minnesota .. . 36 34 3 237 249 75 Alberta ...... 35 35 3 252 241 73 Chicago ..... 26 44 2 238 273 54 WHA LEADERS GAP Ward, NY............. 48 67 115 Lacrolx, Pha ........ 44 68 112 Lawson, Pha .............. 56 42 98 Hull, W............... 48 49 97 Beaudln, W............. 36 60 96 Bordeleau, W........... 44 50 94 Webster, NE ........... 47 44 91 Carleton, O ............. 41 47 88 WESTERN CANADA FINAL Eastern Oivfslon W L T F A Pts Saskatoon .... 46 '11 11 223 1P4 103 Flln Flon ... . 39 19 10 334 228 88 Regina ....... 30 28 10 294 270 70 Brandon ..... 29 30 9 307 304 67 Swltt Current . 27 35 6 300 359 60 Winnipeg . . 16 42 10 288 372 42 Western Division Edmonton ... 40 20 0 311 240 88 Medicine Hat . 39 20 9 346 254 87 Calgary ...... 35 22 11 302 224 81 New West ... . 31 22 15 283 264 77 Victoria ..... 13 51 4 231 390 30 Vancouver ... 10 55 S198 428 23 HOCKEY SCORES National Rangers 4 Atlanta 1 Boston 5 Minnesota 3 Philadelphia 9 Vancouver t World Alberta 1 Winnipeg 1 Minnesota 2 Chicago 7 Ottawa 4 New England 2 American Cincinnati 5 Nova Scotia 2 Western Omaha CHL 3 Portland 1 Phoenix 5 Denver 1 Eastern Roanoke 7 Johnstown 3 Roanoke leads best-of-seven semifinals 2-0 Western Canada Medicine Hat 7 Calgary 2 New Westminster 10 Edmonton 1 Manitoba Junior Estovan 7 Weyburn 3 Estevan wins best-of-seven quarterfinals 4-1 St. James 8 St. Boniface 4 St. James wins best-of-seven quarter-finals 4-0 Atbtrta Junior Calgary 7 Drumheller 5 Calgary leads best-of-seven semi, final 3-1, one game tied World Cup Class B U.S. J27-4445 ;