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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LSTHBRIDGE HERALD Woclnejdoy, March 28, 5973 CaZgary domination ends All titles go east CALGAKY (CP) Eastern players ended Calgary's domi- nation of the Canadian junior badminton champion ships Tues- day by winning all five events. Calgary players had won eight of the lust nine men's sin- gles championships nnd seven last eight women's titles. But two players from Quebec took the men's and women's singles this year and a Quebec team won tlffi women's doubles while Toronto duos garnered the men's and mixed doubles ti- tles. Denys Martin of Quebec City came off three gruelling semi- final matches to defeat local fa- vorite Ken Little 15-11, 15-3 for the singles crown. The women's singles went to Leslie Harris of Montreal who won a narrow C-ll, 11-5, 11-8 de- cision over Toronto's Sally Da- kin. Harris also shared in the women's doubles victory svhen she and Lori Gerzene of Mon- treal edged Maureen Thome and Bev McDcugall of Calgary 15-10, 11-13, 15-7. The most exciting o! the three-day tournament came when the youthful Toronto pail of Lucio Fabris, 14, and James Muir, 15, met Bob liinchcliffe 19, and Tom Muir, 13, also of Toronto, in Ihe men's doubles Fabris and Ihe younger Muir brother caught the crowd'; fancy with their exhuberance but were downed by the more experienced pair 15-7, 15-fi DEBUT A SUCCESS Fabris and Alary Uose of To- ronto, .playing together lor thi first time, ruined Martin': chance at a second litle whei they dropped the Quebec player and his partner, Hcleue Bi- odeau, 15-8, 15-5 in Ihe mixed oubles. A lotal of 175 jiuiiors entered lie tournament, made wide pen by the absence of defend- ng champions for the n 11 years. In earlier play, Martin easily defeated Tom Muir 15-1, 15-8 in cmi-final play of the men's sin- Mark Spitz the choice HOLLYWOOD (AP) Mark Spitz, winner of a record seven gold medals in 1972 Olympic swimming, wss named Athlete of the Year and Most Out- standing Male Amateur Tues- day night in the Cavalcade of Champions contest. Spitz and six other athleteb were honored for last year's achievements during a network television network special. Hockey was not a category but Bobby prr of Boston Bniins of the National Hockey league was honored for "oustanding achievement in other male nro- fesional sports." Oilier winners, selected, vote of the public, were: Brown, Washingtor Redskins, outstanding achieve ment in professional football. Carlton, Philadelphin Phillies pitcher, professions baseball. West, Los Angele: Lakers, professional basketball Nicklaus, professiona golf. Jean King, pro lenni I player, outstanding woman i amateur or professional sports. Little gained the second with narrow 11-2, 9-12, 12- decisions over liinchcliffe. Leslie May of Calgary pro- Harris with stiff com- petition during the semi-finals of the women's singles before being downed 11-2, 9-12 12-9. The Montreal player was be- iind 9-3 al one point In the last ;ame. Dakin scored a minor in the event by edging second- seeded Thome 12-9, 11-8. Harris and Gerzer.e advanced to the finals in the women's doubles by whipping Kalhy McGillivray and May of Cal- 15-7, 15-3. An unfortunate twisted ankle boosted Thome and McDougall into the finals of the women's doubles. Cathy Clarke of To- ronto sprained her ankle during the second game and she and Dakin were forced to default the match. The Toronto learn won the first gams 15-12 and were down li-0 when Clarke Iwisted her ankle chasing a long-hit bi She was taken to hospital and released after treatment. In the semi-finals of the men's doubles, James Muir an. f'abris knocked Jean Claude Cloutier of Quebec City am Martin out of play with 8-15, 15 7, 15-13 victories. liinchcliffe and Tom Muir gained the other berlh by downing Jamie Cork Pilous for the game to add size and extra bodies to the Brando lineup. The Wheat Kings yielded the emlorial game to the Blades -ind although they allowed the visitors 45 shots, most of them Apcrc not dangerous. In exchange for playing most of the night in their own end of lie rink, the Wheat Kings rested fans to half a doxen breakaways. But Saska- :oon goalie Ed Humphreys, who made 17 saves, played a solid ;ame to keep his club close. Only eight penalties were called, four to each team, but Saskatoon's first infraction cost Ihem the winning goal with Krentz scoring while Kuss Walker was silling out two min- utes. In Flin Flon, three second-pe- riod goals were scored power plays, but il was Stotigh- ton who made the difference in the game. The graduating winger scored once in each pe- riod and shut down a Begma rally in the third period. The Pats scored a pair of goals 17 seconds apart midway through the final period and were threatening to lie the game at 4-4 when Stpughlon cooled them off with his third goal of Ihe night. Wayne Bianchin and Kelly Se- cord got the other Flin Flon goals. Doug Maril, Mike Wan- chuk and Jim Minor scored for Regina. FIBERGLASS BELTED TIRES E78-14I735) only more Mo charge for lire mounting Na trode-in required blackwall f78-l 4 (77.51 Whilewalls only Jl.43 ore in these sizes Whilewolls only available in whifewalls only H78-UI855) H78-UI85iJ litxigloss Belted for Trnition and Strength Smooth Riding Polyester Cord Wide 78 Series Design MILEAGE GUARANTEED MILES o" 36 MONTHS Finest qualify new car war molt North A AIR FILTERS FRAM. fillers meet ronly requirement for eric an con. FACTORY FRESH DRY CHARGED POWER BATTERIES SIZES. >r. 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