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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THI LITHMIDOI HIRAID - Tuesday, Moreh 30, 1971 - ALBERTA CHAMPIONS - The Lethbrdge A. C. T. Bantam Reps won the Alberta bantam championship this past weekend by downing Red Deer Moose twice in a two-game, total-point series. The winners are, front, left to right, Reg Osmond, Grant Marchuk, John McLaughlin, Bill Beaton, Myles Fox, Ronnie Moser, Darrell Osmond, Greg Kveder, and Brad Marr, equipment. Back row, left to right, coach Harold Osmond, Dennis Takohashi, Joe Meli, Kevin Keith, Guy Pomohae, Ray Heathcote, Baden Pilling, Rick Collier, Brad Cox, Peiro Lavorato, Michael Boychuk and manager John Fox. "This is dull. Very dull" Lonborg not very sharp Pair's future undecided Former Soviet captain wants Canada back GENEVA (AP) - Boris Maio-rov, captain of five Soviet Union world championship teams, wants Canada back in the world hockey tournament. "For goodness sake let's get the Canadians back in the championship," he said today. "This is dull. Very dull." Maiorov, skipper of the Soviet team in the Innsbruck Olympics in 1964, said: "Without Canada I don't enjoy the championships. This one is a dull one though, of course, I like to see the Soviet Union well ahead and almost certain winners for the ninth time. "But I'm all in favor of Canada getting back into world and Olympic hockey on their own terms. "I just say: 'Let them play.' " Maiorov is here as an observer. The Canadians dropped out of world competition after demanding that it be allowed to play its best pros in matches against the Russians, Czechs, Swedes and others in Europe. Talks now are going on here to try to get the Canadians back into the fold. The Russians appear almost certain to take their ninth straight world title. They lead with 13 points from seven matches with Czechoslovakia and Sweden tied with nine points. Finland has seven points. The United States and West Germany each have two points. The Soviet team continued its unbeaten string in this year's tournament by dumping Finland 10-1 Monday. In the only other game, Czechoslovakia defeated Sweden 3-1 to move into a tie with the Swedes for second place. However, the Czechs lead Sweden in the goals-average category. In games today, Czechoslovakia meets West Germany and the Soviets play the United States. Maiorov was the player who scored the vital goal against the Canadians in Vienna in 1967. "Even that year, when we won, I thought the Canadians were the best team." The former Soviet captain also had views on today's Sovi-et-U.S. game; "No doubt Russia will win. The only question is by what score. How high is it going to be? "But I have a high regard for several of the American players. "They play with lots of enthusiasm. But they don't seem to play concerted hockey. They don't seem to get together." Junior series ready to go PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) -The British Columbia - Alberta Junior Hockey playoff between Penticton and Red Deer will open here April 5, the B.C. Junior Hockey League announced Monday. Second game in the best-of-seven series will be played here -April 7. If either team wins both games, the third game will be played April 10 in Red Deer. If the first two games are split, the third game will be held here April 8. Dates for the remaining games have not yet been set. COME TO ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS GRAND OPENING NEW STORE - 426 6 St. S. 9:30 a.m. Thursday FREE GIFT - PRIZES Gladstone is second in wrestling EDMONTON (CP) - Phil Lyne of George West, Tex., took *he lead Monday night in the first round of the calf roping and moved into a share of the lead in bull riding in the Canadian Western Rodeo. The 23-year-old cowboy was rodeo's rookie of the year in 1969. Last year when he won $18,-429 Lyne was named winner of the Bill Linderman memorial award as the cowboy best exemplifying the versatility of the late world champion. Lyne clocked a time of 12.6 seconds in the roping for a commanding lead over Clark Schlosser of Stavely, who timed in at 14.9 seconds. Lyne, the only cowboy to-enter all five events, scored 63 points in the brahma bull rid ing to join the first-day leader in that event, Jack Kelley of Deer Lodge, Mont. Top man in steer wrestling is Walt Linderman of Belfry, Mont., with a time of 7.3 seconds. Jim Gladstone of Card-ston, is second with 8.8. The leaders remained, unchanged in the saddle bronc and bareback riding. John Holman of Kaycee, Wyo., has 73 points in the bronc riding but Kenny Mc Lean of Vernon, B.C., has moved into second place with 71. Malcolm Jones of Leth bridge, still leads the bareback riders with the 81 he scored Sunday. More than $30,000 in prize money is at stake in the five rodeo events. The rodeo continues until Sunday. Save SI 00.00 Special Offer Expires April 20th COSMOPOLITAN ROOM AIR CONDITIONER 8,700 BTU's. Reg $399. Pre-Season Special . AVAILABLE AT $299 FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION 2214 43 St. S. Phone 327-5816 SHEET METAL 1709 2 Ave. S. Phone 328-5973 By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS The baseball careers of veteran pitcher Jim Lonborg and outfielder Mike Hershberger remained up in the air today following contrasting perform-ances while that of young Terry Crowley took a decided turn for the worse. Lonborg, who hasn't been the same since a skiing accident following Boston's 1967 pennant, pitched five unimpressive innings in an 11-4 Red Sox exhibition rout of Houston Astros. The tall right-hander yielded three runs, six hits, walked three and threw two wild pitches. "I want to do what is best for him and.the club," said manager Eddie Kasko. "1 have a couple of deals pending, but if nothing happens I would be inclined to leave him (Lonborg) here. We won't need a fifth starter for the first couple of weeks of the season and I don't want him sitting around. If we decide to keep him, I'll use him in long relief." Hershberger, dropped by Milwaukee Brewers and trying to catch back on with his old club, Chicago White Sox, delivered a game-winning single in the ninth inning for a 7-6 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates. The Sox trailed 5-0 but unloaded on Steve Blass for six runs in the sixth inning, featuring homers by Mike Andrews and Walt Williams. Crowley, a 24-year-old outfielder-first baseman, won a berth with the world champion-to-be Baltimore Orioles last spring and hit .257, including almost a dozen winning or game-tying hits. It has been a different story this spring. Bothered by a pulled leg muscle, Crowley was hitting only .07m Monday when the Orioles optioned him to Rochester of the International League. The Orioles also snapped a five-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over Montreal Expos as Frank Robinson homered and Dave McNally scattered 10 hits in becoming the first Baltimore hurler to go nine innings. Oakland's Reggie Jackson crashed two homers and drove in four runs and San Diego Padres' Nate Colbert also socked a pair for five RBI as the Athletics trimmed the Padres 9-6. Milwaukee broke a tie with six runs in the eighth inning against California Angels relievers Gene Brabender, Ray Jarvis and Dave LaRoche for a 7-1 triumph. Ken Holtzman pitched six strong innings as Chicago Cubs downed San Francisco Giants 5-1. Stan Bahnsen went seven and Johnny Ellis hammered a key double in New York Yankees' 3-1 win over Atlanta Braves. Detroit Tigers got seven innings from Joe Niekro and a home run from Jim Northrup in beating Kansas City Royals 7-5. Julian Javier t r 1 p 1 e d and scored in the first inning and doubled and scored in the third as St. Louis Cardinals edged Minnesota Twins 3-2. And rookie shortstop Frank Duffy won a place on Cincinnati Reds' roster-manager Sparky Anderson said so-with two singles and two RBI in a 5-2 decision over Philadelphia Phillies, Duffy is hitting .369. �fiiiiiM in" fwriii^Jiiiiri ii im Bowling Banter 4V - W ^ 1111 iifhlffffliWiffliiiraiMlfiilll'flPi-.....'i'll iniin i.....i in iliiliil) AT CAPRI BOWL, steady'Sam Girardi steps front and centre as the bowler-of-the-week as he continues to enjoy his finest season yet ... he not only paced his team to victory in the National Classified Championship rolloffs with a 373 and 816 triple, but in Gordie's he turned in a great 390, rolling six strikes, punching out a beadpin and then striking out for 11 strikes in all enroute to an 816 triple . . The women's bowler-of-the-week is Agnes Pocza who struck for 219, 290 and 294 for an 803 triple in NuMode Homes, well over her 206 average . . The only new leader of the week is Pat Plomp with a 201 average in Sundquist Construction. ? ? ? In the National Classified Championships, the team of Naida Low, Kathy Muller, Mary Kirby, Dianne Pedersen, Jean Passey, Otto Pankotay, Joe Schmaltz, Tom Urano, Bill Hamilton and Sam Girardi won the south zone and now moves into the provincial final in Red Deer April 25 . . big guns in the rolloff were Sam Girardi 373 and 816, Gary Wyroitok 345 and Randy Wobtoncroft 356 and 781 . . Tops in league play for the week were Eugene Chollak 317 and 813 in Hepp's, Bruce Canfield 316 and 796, Earl Armour 336, Sam Girardi 390 and 816 and Dean Low 317 in Gordie's, Earl Armour 321, Ken Malcomson 331 and 785, John Tlnordi 335 and 767, Sid Pollock 341 and. 759 in Green's Shoes, Jim Higa 326 and 763 in JCCA, John Folk 343 in CDM and Darrell Lagler 782 triple and Ken Larson 316 in Young Adults... Leading the gals were Jean Passey 298 and an 855 triple in Wilson Juniors, May Hiebert 309 in Morning Coffee, Eleanor Dorigatti 314 and 732 in Green's, Agnes Pocza 294 and 803, Chris Schulz 293 and Dorothy Olshaski 312 and 761 in NuMode and Kay Ayukawa 308 in JCCA. Winter league play is heading into the final month with action in Capri's Spring leagues getting under way the week of May 3 with 33,000 in prizes . . heading the prize list will be a deluxe pool table valued at $600 . . check the desk for registration. r �,m.w,�,�.wi.�*w,w.*M ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AWARD WINNERS - Leona Voth, left a nd Tim Tollestrup were honored Monday as the University of Lethbridge's top athletes. Both received the A. C. T. awards. Tollestrup was also awarded a suit of men's clothes from Albert's Men's VYear. A special award was given to Wilmo Winter coach of the University of Lethbridge Chinooks, Canadian Junior women's champions, by the Alberta Basketball Association. The City of Lethbridge honored the Chinooks, Tollestrup and Jay Dahlgren. Some 61 other athletes received school letters. Guest speaker for the evening was Emery Barnes a former fullback with B.C. Lions. Sports of all sorts FAVOR NEWCOMBE MIAMI (AP) - Australian John Newcombe is ranked as the man to beat when 32 top professionals meet in the $50,000 Aventura World Tennis Classic today. American Arthur Ashe is seeded second in the tournament and Australian Ken Rose-wall is seeded third. k ir ~k INCREASE LEAD MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The explosive Milwaukee Bucks used a third - period offensive spurt to claim a 104-90 victory over San Francisco Warriors Monday night in a National Basketball Association playoff game. , The victory gives the Bucks a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven Western Conference semi-final. ? ? ? TWO UNBEATEN MONCTON, N.B. (CP) - Saskatchewan and Alberta held first place with 3-0 win-loss records going into the fourth round today in the Canadian Firefighters' bonspiel. ? ? ? NOT FEASIBLE MONCTON, N.B. (CP) - A Canadian Football League franchise for Halifax would not be feasible at present, Peter Mercer, executive director of the Canadian Amateur Football Association, said Monday, Mercer told a news conference the Maritimes are not foot ball-oriented and an intensive education process is needed. * ? ? PLAYER FOURTH NEW YORK (AP) - Gary Player, who won two tourna merits in as many weeks moved into fourth place with $76,025 in the PGA Tournament Players Division money stand ings announced Monday. The 34-year-old South African who won the National Airlines event Sunday in Miami and the Jacksonville Open a week ear lier, also moved into second place in the exemption points standings, with 75.418.3 poinds. Minor hockey In Bantam play-off action the Hornets cruised to a 4-1 victory over the Bruins to capture their two-game total goal series 9-3 last night. The Hornets started quickly with two unanswered goals in the first period and blasted in a goal in each of the remaining periods to pick up the win. Danny Burgwall lead the Hornets attack with two goals while Murray Oster and Brian Thor-lasius chipped in with singles. B. Henderson averted the shutout with the lone Bruins marker. The Maroons edged the Black Hawks 4-3 in their first game of a two-game total goal Bantam "A" play-off series last night. At one stage of the game the Maroons trailed the Hawks 2-1 but came back with three goals to gain the victory. Conrad Suyker was outstanding for the Maroons banging in three goals which included the tying and winning goals while Robert Soltes aided with a second period marker. Tyler Martinuk, Bruno Scrug-gie and Don Simmons tallied single markers for the Hawks. In Pee Wee action Theo De-Groot and Dean Kjeldgaard slapped in a goal each as they paced the Totems to a 2-0 victory over the Bears. NATIONAL LEAGUE �tit Division W L T F A Ft 505,0'L -L - 7 378 199 115 New York ... 47 17 11 147 168 105 Montreal .. .. 41 21 13 379 201 95 Toronto .....36 32 7 240 199 79 Buffalo ...... 23 39 13 205 211 59 Detroit ... ... 22 43 10 206 29* 54 Vancouver .. . 22 45 7 216 287 51 Wait Division 48 18 9 269 176 105 17 213 200 81 16 187 214 72 15 200 219 69 18 210 226 60 12 224 291 58 5 189 306 43 32 28 27 21 23 19 Chicago St. Louis .. Minnesota ., Phlla...... Pittsburgh . Los Angeles California .. AMERICAN LEAGUE faiMrn Division W L T F A Montreal .. .. 27 29 1 4 213 230 Providence .. 27 29 13 243 253 Springfield . . 27 34 I 230.271 Quebec ...... 23 31 16 203 235 Waitarn Division Baltimore Cleveland Hershey . Rochester WESTERN .38 .. .. 26 ... 29 . ..24 LEAOUE W 9 249 208 7 251 1�5 10 228 207 11 207 225 T F A PtS. 7 283 202 95 11 244 216 9 255 228 15 224 234 9 210 243 5 213 306 Portland .... . 44 San Diego . . 33 Phoenix .... 33 Denver .... 24 Seattle.....' 26 Salt Lake City 18 HOCKEY SCORES Centennial Cup Sudbury 5 Thunder Bay 2 Sudbury leads best-of-seven ern Ontario series 3-2 World Cup Czechoslovakia 3 Sweden 1 Russia 10 Finland 1 British Columbia Junior New Westminster 6 Vancouver Vancouver leads best - of -quarter-final 3-2 Chllllwack 4 Victoria 1 Chllliwack .leads belt - of -quarter-final 3-1 North- FRO BASKETBALL NBA Milwaukee 104 San Francisco 90 Milwaukee leads 2-0 In best-of-seven seml-flnal ABA Kentucky 109 Memphis 107 SOCCER STANDINGS ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I W T Leeds.......23 8 Arsenal ...... 21 6 Chelsea.....16 12 Wolhpton ... . 18 7 Southpton .. . 14 11 Division II Leicester .. .. 17 10 Sheffield U . . 17 10 Cardlll ...... 16 11 Carlisle...... 15 12 Hull........ 15 11 Luton ....... 15 10 Mlddlesbrgh . 16 6 Birmingham . 16 8 Norwich ..... 14 12 Division III . . 20 12 5 55 32 52 19 10 9 57 36 48 F A Ft 60 27 54 57 25 48 47 36 44 55 49 43 44 35 39 47 27 44 59 37 44 55 28 43 50 36 42 44 32 41 46 24 40 11 51 34 40 10 53 39 40 � 46 42 40 Preston .. Fulham .. Halifax .. Aston Via Bristol R Chesterfld Notts C .. Bournemth Oldham .. York ... . Chester .. Northptn Colchstr .... 17 11 10 59 46 45 . .. 16 13 8 44 36 45 .. 16 12 10 60 38 44 . . 15 13 10 55 32 43 Division IV 25 20 20 19 20 74 30 57 66 40 49 10 75 57 10 62 41 12 61 9 53 17 12 .... 18 9 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I W T 48 46 46 46 44 46 8 55 36 45 Aberdeen Celtic ..... St. Johnstne Rangers .. Dundee .. . East Fife .. Patrick .. . Abroath Albion...... U Dumbarton .. 14 . 23 ..22 3 .. 17 4 ...14 8 ...12 9 Division II .. 20 7 ... 17 7 17 L F 3 65 3 9 7 A Ft 15 50 74 18 47 54 42 38 51 39 36 8 46 41 33 6 82 42 47 7 8 76 48 41 7 8 76 48 41 8 9 49 42 36 6 10 61 41 34 Stampeders ink two Canadians CALGARY (CP) - Calgary Stampeders of the Western Football Conference today announced the signings of Canadians John Forzani and Russel Jenkins. Forzani, a guard from Utah State University, will join brother Joe - a veteran corner linebacker - when the club opens its 1971 training camp in June. John Forzani, six - foot - two and 245 pounds, was a first-string guard with Utah and captain of the team in his senior year. He played high school football for Calgary St, Frances, 30,000 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE 1 ON SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply - Polyester Cord 8.25x14 or 8.25x15 33" Other sices priced comparably ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 1st Ave South Phone 327-4886 or 327-4445 ;