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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THt IflHBitlDOE HKAIO Mondoy, March 30, 1970------ Vancouver Takes Aggregate Croivn Mixed Team Title To Southern Alberta FIRST EVENT WINNERS Terry lyor and his Pincher Creek rink won Ihe number one event in the annual lelhbridge mixed bsnsptal which ended Sunday at the letli- bridge Curling Club. The winner! are, left to right, skip Lyon, third Lena Hasulak, sec- ond Mai Holtman and lead Lois Lyon. Two 400 games were rolled in the mixed team competition ES Caiul Yeik of Wcyburn, Saskatchewan "and David Had- lieM of Grand Prairie, Alberta turned the trick. Other bowlers representing SECOND WENT WINNERS Norm Dottsrill of Calgary and his mates wen the number two event. The winners are, left to right, lead Garth Pilling, second Kaihy Boiler- ill, third Norm Botleiill and skip Marg Melcalfe and Pilling are from teth- bridge. One western Canadian five-, Lake, B.C. look Ihe men's ban- pin bowling championship wasidicap championship vith a won by southern Alberta this: (o'.al pinlall of 989. weekend in Vancouver. Alberta took the mixed team competition with a lotal of a margin of 160 pins over second-place Prince George, B.C. Prince George moved from fifth to second in the final four games and finished with a to'.al. j Southern Alberla was never headed in the race for the 1 mixed crown. They jumped into a 159-pin lead after the first four Friday as they hit for an un- believable 5.119 total. Comprising the team were Gary Tunbiidge and Dianne Violini of Lethbridge, Bill Thomas, Lyndell Kurtz and Gwcn Kapcala of Medicine Hat and Jeanetle and Jack Smecd of Bow Island. Southern Alberla had lo settle for third place in the women's team competition as they fin- ished with a total. Vancouver took the women's learn crown with a lotal pinfall of while eastern Saskatche- wan came in second with a mark. Var.couvcr also took the men's team competition but they hr.d to go down to their last "game to do it. The Vancouver team, com- prised of Kick Baily, Ted Hala- bourda, Ed Mallelt. Frank No- zaki, Wilf Smith, John Weston and Norm Shanas, finished the eight-game round with a total of Winnipeg came in second with a Mai while Saskatoon was third at and central Manitoba fourth at Southern Alberta came in sec- southern Alberta at Ihe pionslsips were Yaris Saranchuk of Brooks. Louise Plato and Dode Millions of Medicine Hat, and Ken Bea Sal- mon, Noun Tolley and Costanzo of Lelhbridgo. Lcn Herring of Lelhbridge handled Ihe coaching (or Ihe southern Alberta squad. Ontario Youths Jump Into Lead WINNIPEG (CP) -Youth- ful bowlers from southern On- tario moved into early domina- tion of the Canadian youth five- pin bowling championships Sun- area's representatives day. the tcok leads in six of Ihe font'- day tournament's 12 events. Manitoba's entries picked up three leads. Alberta's two and northern Ontario's one. In bantam girls singles. Cyn- die Lynn McKay of Carman. tVNDY CAPP led the 11-year-old and I d under bowlers a three- place. The Alberla team from Edmonton finished the daj ahead wilh 136 points on total score. The southern Ontario s e n ior girls team from Toronto led their evenl with 141 points. Their total score was 3.3M. The championships continue today. entry in Uic jun- icr section were off Hie pace after Snday's acticn. The loc- als, Soi'dra Sawchuk, Carol An- THE ONE'E BUVS FOR J 'IS GlRL-FRlENb.'j Debbie Calhoun, game score of 825 for 19 points in the Peterson point system. Ken r.irtnt cf Toronto pick- ed up 14 points his 590 triple score in banlam boys sin- gles. In junior girls singles, ages 12 to 14, Ann Uesrosiers of Cornwall. Onl., moved into the lead with 17 points on r 731 triple, while Bill Clishy of Bran- don bowled a 630 triple for 15 points. Joanr-.e Albo of Wawa, Onf., paced 15 to 19-year-old compet- itors in senior girls singles -.vith ma Nfchimura ar.d I.cri Emced will have another c'.iance today lo better their standing. end in the aggregate standings. 5 73S triple score for n points. THIRD EVENT WINNERS Bill Gross and his Letlibridge quartet captured the number three event. The winners are, [eft to right, skip Gross, tiiird Marg Scolter, sec- ond Cleas Schweitzer ond lead Helen Moffatl, Vancouver took the aggregate crown with 71 points while the southern Albertans were right behind with 53 points. Winnipeg took third place 51 points while Bumaby came in fourth in the aggregate race with 49 points. Earlier in the championships, Frank Nozaki of Vancouver came out on top in the men's singles as he edged Bob KroU of Winnipeg. Man' McConaghie of Edmon- ton was the winner in women's singles competition. McConaghic finished 55 pins ahead o! June McColm of Sas- katoon to take Ihe crown. Pat Larsen of Milk River was the women's handicap cham- pion. Larson's winning total 929. Roy Thayer of Williams Jan Anderson of Red Deer, Alia., led senior boys singles with 21 points after a 902 triole. Anderson's high single was 378. Southern Ontario's bantam girls team from Toronto accum- ulated 59 Peterson points to lake the lead in the event. The five-member team rolled a total score of The Manitoba team from Winnipeg led bantam boys team competition with 56 points on a total. Both junior boys and girls team leads went to southern On lario teams. The junior boys teams from Toronto picked up 127 points with a 2.891 total The junior girls from Oshawa Ont., took an identical 127 point with a total. Senior boys team competition was close, with Alberta and Saskatchewan battling for top Suspension Lifted Bui Leafs Fined PEACE RIVER, Alia. (CP) Alberta Amateur Hockey Association Saturday lifted the suspension on the Edmonton Maple Leafs and fined the club The nub also was ordered to jay to Ihe Red Deer Hust- lers for expenses incurred when Ihe Leafs missed a scheduled! game March 8. The association also fined the Rustlers for questionable procedure in the use