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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD - Friday, March 30, 1973 Anton thinks back Errors cost Alberta rink CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -If Manitoba wins the Canadian mixed curling championship today, Ron Anton of Edmonton will look back at a second-round game against New Brunswick as a series of costly mistakes. "No question about it, I blew the game against New Brunswick," Anton said after defeating Richard Boyce of Dartmouth, N.S., 10-6 in the 10th draw Thursday night to stay one win behind leading Barry Fry of Winnipeg. "I had three chances to win that game," Anton said. "I missed a wide open hit on the eighth end and gave them two. On the 10th end, I had a free draw to the full eight-foot to win the game and I'm too long, giving us one point and a 5-5 .tie. "On the extra end, if I had made my last stone properly, he would have had to draw to the full four-foot at least to win. I didn't make it properly and gave him an open hit for two and a 7-5 win." Anton and Sam Richardson of Regina were both 7-2 entering this morning's final draw and ; looking for Doug Cameron of  Charlottetown to upset Mani-toba (8-1) which would likely - force a playoff. A victory for Manitoba would give the province its third title .' in the 10-year history of the championship, the same as Alberta and Saskatchewan. B.C. Rustlers square series RED DEER (CP) - Dale Bingham scored three goals to lead Red Deer Rustlers to a 6-3 victory over Calgary Canucks in an Alberta Junior Hockey League final playoff game Thursday night before 1,-800 fans. The win for the Rustlers evened the best-of-seven final at 1-1. The third game will be played in Calgary Saturday. Doug Lindskog had two goals and Darryl Wallis scored the other goal for the Rustlers, who led 3-1 and 6-2 by periods. Brian Miller, Dale Eloschuk and Warren Cook replied for (he Canucks, who took 10 of 19 minor penalties. Calgary goalie Mike Priest-ner made 32 saves while Red Dear's Andy Mydlak stopped 86. won it last year and the East has been shut out. Other final games had Newfoundland against Nova Scotia, Ontario meeting B.C., Northern Ontario battling Saskatchewan and Quebec facing Alberta. New Brunswick got the bye. Tied with five wins arid four defeats were Cameron, Jim Armstrong of Richmond, B.C., and George Kilmer of St. Catharines, Ont. At 3-6 were Rene Roy of Matane, Que., Bob Cole of St. John's, Nfld., and Boyce, while John Ross of Kapuskas-ing, Ont., was 2-7 and Jim Piers of Moncton, N.B., 2-8 in the 11-rink round-robin tournament. Ontario nipped Northern Ontario 8-7, Quebec surprised P.E.I. 7-6, Manitoba bounced New Brunswick 13-6 and Newfoundland upset B.C. 10-8 in other lOth-round games. Saskatchewan had the bye. Ninth-round results were: Quebec 8 New Brunswick 7, Alberta 8 B.C. 4, Newfoundland 5 Northern Ontario 4, Saskatchewan 9 Ontario 7, and P.E.I. 7 Nova Scotia 5. Manitoba got the bye. Fry, who defeated Newj Brunswick when he counted three on the first end, added four on each of the fourth and sixth for an 11-4 lead before stealing two on the seventh, said if a playoff is necessary he doesn't care who he meets. "Saskatchewan and Alberta are both tough teams and equal . the one thing about our team is whether we win big or lose in a close game or anything else, we don't get overconfident or down on ourselves. WON'T CHANGE NOW That's the system we've followed throughout the year and I don't think we're going to change in the last game." After losing four straight, Cole and his Newfoundland foursome came to life Thursday with two wins. He upset B.C. with the help of two big ends-four points on the second and three on the fourth. However, Cole wasn't sure of the win until Armstrong threw his final stone on the 10th. With B.C. lying shot in the four-foot circle and three guards out front, Cole's first stone on the 10th wicked off a guard and rolled to the four-foot, biting the button. Armstrong final rock raised his own stone into the 12-foot, hit the Newfoundland shot and pushed it on the button for one Alberta was involved in a nip-and-tuck battle with Nova Scotia, who led 6-5 after six ends. However, Anton roared back with one on the seventh, and stole two on the ninth when Boyce wrecked on a long guard, SPRING THAW OIL CHANGE and FILTER SPECIAL BRING YOUR CAR TO THE GULF SERYIC0 CENTRE Here's what we do . . . V change motor oil* V change oil filter V Lubricate chassis / pressure test cooling system, check radiator and hoses V top up transmission, power steering and master cylinder V service battery V check windshield wipers V* clean all windows inside and out V examine exhaust system / Check front end suspension and shocks V vacuum mats and ashtray