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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba52 Winnipeg free press saturday Emier 5. 1970 70 s Sale 1970 Torino Brougham 4 or it. 8 Cyl. Dark Maroon 351 Cio 2 v8 Cyl. Eng. Select. Sli Ift cruise-0-Matic. Visibility group. Electric clock. tires deluxe steering we. Is. Pm. Pm. Rear win. Defoe. Am Radi tinted Glass deluxe we. Covers. St. X 1 7062 we. I 1970 galaxies Soo 2 or it. Spur oof. 8 Cyl. Dark Maroon blk. Vinyl roof cruise Matic. . Is. Pm disc am radio heavy duty Battery we. Covers. St. No. 7382 Reg. Sale 1970 Maverick 2 dried 6 Cyl ver Millon. . Tires St. No. 7730. Reg 1970 Torino 4 or. It. Light Ivy yellow. 351 Cid. 8 Cyl. Select shift. . Tires. Is pm a j air cond. Am radio. Tinted Glass. Hub. We. Covers. 5 fat. Stock no 7699. 1970 galaxies so. 2 or it 8 Cyl do. Blue. Select shift. W. W. Tires. Hub. We. Covers. Stock no. 7328 Rio. 1 970 Mustang 2 or b Cyl grabber Blue cruise-0-Motic . Tires. Stock no. 7610. Con Lole. Am radio. We. Covers. Reg. 1970 Mustang 2 or it Calypso Coral. Cruise of Matic . Tires. Rocker panel bldg. 4% w console. Is. Am radio Hub. We. Covers Stock no. O 1970 Mustang 2 or. Medium red. 35 Cid 2 v8 Cyl. Cruise of Matic. . Tires. Rock. Pane bldg. Sport deck rear seat Consol is pm m disc am radio. Color keyed racing mirrors Hub we. 4 a v s covers. Stock no. 7220 Reg. Of 1970 custom 500 2 or it. Formal roof 8 yellow. Cruisc-0-Matic. . Body m Side ins. Is we. Covers. Stock no. 7744 i rw.m131.Sale w at v 1970 custom 500 2 or it formal roof 8 Cyl. Dark Maroon. Cruise of Matic. . 4. A f tires Side bldg. Is pm am radio. We. 9 x %7f% covers. . Sup Stock no. 7183 Reg. w a v 1970 galaxies 500 2 drat formal roof. 8 Cyl. 390 Cid do. Blue. Cruise-0-Matic ., tires. Is. Pm am radio. Hub 70 amp. Stock no. 7051 Reg. 1970 Mustang 2 or s Chi. Cruise of Motic . Tires. Console am radio. We. Covers. Stock no. 7621 Reg. 1970 Mustang 2 or. It. 8 Cyl. Grabber Green Black Vinyl roof. Cruise of Matic wide 0. Tires. Console. Is pm am radio deluxe color keyed racing mirrors. Hub we. Covers front per guards. Stock no. 7484 Reg. 1970 Mustang v 2 or medium red 428 Cid 4v cobra 8 Cyl. Engine rear Dick. Spier. Cruise of Matic. Tradition lok differential. Optional Axle ratio. . Tires set. Deck rear seat. Is. Pm tilt St. Wheel. Am radio. Intermittent _ wind. Wipers. Dix. Tach tripod. Front a a Sqq a pts guards. Stock no. 7074. Reg. Sale a i i vim these arb g8ne so is the 5-year, warranty. 5128 1970 galaxies 500 2 m. Cyl. Medium Blue met. Cruise-0-Matic. W. W. Tires. Is am radio. Hub. We. Covers. Stock no. 7644 Reg. J441j.saw 1970 Marquis Colony Park wag. White trim of. 429 Cid 2-v-8 Cyl. Engine. Twin com fort lounge seats. . Cooling Page. . Tires. Pm Ore. Facing rear seat. Carpeted id. Fir. Deluxe lug Gage control air1 cond. Am radio Tope. Tinted Glass Complete Dix. Seat Remote cant. La Mirror. Luxury we. Covers. Stock no. 000.116. 1970 Marquis Colony Park wag. Red trim 40. 429 Cid 8 Cyl. Auto. Trans. We tires pm. Carpeted Load fir. Luggage rack Dix pm disc is. Spa. Control air cond. Am radio Tope. Tinted Glass Complete Dix. Seat Remote cont. La Mir _ v ror. Luxury we. Covers Auto. Ride cont. Slock no. Of i 100 m6.u715.saie Etta i 1970 Marquis Colony Park wag. Ginger met. Trim of. 429 Cid eng. Twin come. Inc. Select shift . . . Carpeted id. Fir. Luggage rack Dix pm disc tilt s we. Is spa. G m cont. Air cond. Am radio. Dual rear seat. Spykers. Y thrashing u of Lethbridge chinooks 105-156 As league Lead no scorer Ron Thorsen hit for 27 Points. University of Winnipeg Wes men did More Good things than bad Friday evening and Defeated the highly touted University of Saskatchewan huskies netball team 91-841 this was the huskies second loss and the masters of their Fate were Barry King and Craig Parker who came through with outstanding play. In what was essentially a team Effort King and Parker were the settling effect on the team that had lost its Cool the week before. King potted 19 Points while Bob alien and Parker scored 16 and 13, respectively. Also hit Ting for double figures were Willie Reimer with 13 and Rich Ard Stefanyshyn Avith 10. It was a disappointing eve Ning for Saskatoon coach Don Fry when his team stopped run Ning after some pretty fast Breaks in the opening minutes of the game. The excellent out Side shooting of the visitors kept them in the game but the Westmen robbed them tinder the Basket to keep the Lead. We missed 11 layups and still coaches Vic Pruden and Bruce Enns echoed after the game and that goes to show How Well we should be Able to play. We ran and were consistent and if we expect to win we have to keep that consistency from game to leading the pack for the huskies was Wayne Dyck with. 19 Points mostly from the Periphery. Dave Pickett was Good for 15 and Jim Herbison for 13. Former Vincent Massey collegiate Star Brian Effier scored 12 for the huskies. More than anything the Wes men demonstrated control and stuck to running their patterned offence. In earlier games they tended to shoot off balance or when covered. In the freshmen game River East Vikings of the Junior men s league avenged an earlier loss to the Westmen fresh men with a 70-50 win. Lyle Wil son netted 15 for River East and Daryl Rumsey finished with 14. The Only Westmen with double figures was Joe Dudar with 12. Good season Baltimore Frank North Utt Rode 40 winners in 28 Days at Pamlico s racing meet. Attention Snow Mobius mirth engine parts service Mumford Medland v limited s76 will St. Pm. Wisconsin clearance Sale of Oil u id Winnipeg s Dudar Mann out of Spiel Edmonton up for the first time in the seven year his tory of the Canadian open car Bonspiel Merv Mann of Saska Toon will mis the final. The two time Winner of the Curling tournament was eliminated from the playoffs Friday night when Gil Myler of Edmonton upset him 8-7 in a tense Duel. Also capturing their games in the b event were Doug Wankel of Elbow sask., Bob Pickering of Milestone. Sask. And Glen Pierce of Burnaby . Wankel trimmed Tom Bah Nick of Edmonton 10-5 while Pickering squeezed past Bob Dudar of Winnipeg 9-8 and Pierce gained an 8-5 Victory Over Bill Mccallum of Edmon ton. All Friday night losers were eliminated from the Spiel. Earlier Friday Ron Anton and Doug Dobry. Both of Edmonton Hector Genais of St. J Albert. Aua. And Harold Worth two games of qualifying in the b event. Joyce Mckee of Saskatoon beat Gladys Osborne of Edmon ton 11-8, Dorothy Thompson of Edmonton edged Sarah Vaagn of Edmonton 6-5, Merle Simp son of Saskatoon downed Hadie Manly of Edmonton 9-8 and Mabel Mitchell of Brandon upset Canadian Champion Dorenda Schoenhals of Saska Toon 5-4. Framed and unframed 20% to 40% discount dec. 4th to Jan. 9th, 1971 get. The gift for the person that has everything Patterson studio 306 Kennedy St., 942-5625 Assiniboine ladies also declared their club representative yesterday. Marg Flemington backed by Mary Wilshire. Marj Chute and Hazel Olson came from behind to defeat Virginia Douglas. Down two coming Home the Flemington team needed a measure to tie the game and then stole one in the extra end. Cab boasts four teams ready to Start club play Downs on monday. Skipping the entries Are Mary Ling May Weatherby Helen Gazley and District chairman. Helen Schoor. District 6 play Downs get under Way Jan. 3 on two fronts. Eight games Are slated for at the Winter club and six More scheduled at at Pembina. Interest ing games on the first draw include a match Between two wild Wood teams skipped by Marg Bruce and Val Taylor. Phyl Angus of fort Rouge plays another Phyl from Wil Dewood Phyl Robinson and Beryl Harding of fort Rouge Drew a Grain Exchange entry skipped by Fern Tianson. Heather s Pat Macpherson plays Foo Shiach. On the afternoon draw Dot Mckenzie and her hot Heather team play Lavonne Pitts of Winter club. Doris Sailey skips her Victoria rink against m. Swain of Wilde Wood while Jan Russell of Grain Exchange meets Helen Mcdiarmid of fort Rouge. Donna Fletcher last year s fort Rouge club Winner Drew Heather s Marilyn Percival voyageurs. Of do Lisle. Sask. Moved into the fours of the a event. In ladies play defending Champion Joan Lewis of Cal Gary Clung to her last life in qualifying play at the tournament of pearls Friday with a 10-2 Victory Over Kay Baldwin of Edmonton. Betty Cole of Edmonton last year s Alberta Champion turned Back Joyce Bruyer of Calgary 10-3 in another c event game while Joyce Christenson of Edmonton Defeated Doreen runway of Brandon 114. Four rinks moved to within old timers keep trophy Winnipeg s National hockey league old timers retained the heart fund trophy Friday night at the Bertrand Arena in St Boniface by scoring a Victory Over the Home standing in the opening round. The Only game not accommodated on the sunday draws features two Heather squads skipped by Kay oelkers and Hazel Wilson. This game will be played monday morning. Jan. 14. At fort Rouge. Games in District 6 will be spread Over a two week period in order not to interfere with club games and also not to exhaust those on the a Side of the modified double knockout. Ray Brunei a newcomer to the old timers tamed on his Oki borne town to score two goals and be named the same s first right behind him Mceachern Rolls 919 Iii majors with Only three weeks left in the second Quarter of the major men s Bowling league. Diamond Wax found themselves in front with 15 Points three ahead of second place Rossmere lanes. Lending Diamond Wax to a 3 1 decision Over champs foods systems was Bernie Johnston with 841 303 aided by Bob King with 764. Norm Adelberg with 763 and Larry Kohut with 711. Replying for the food outfit were Alf petraites with 741 and Keith Barber with 714. Gaining a Point on the leaders j by virtue of a sweep were Ross-1 Mere lanes. They were led by John Gledhill 820, Sonny Slee Man Jack o Neill 792 309 and Garry Lahoda 745. Their victims were grand motors who were paced by Don Bain 741 and Abbey Weber 708 in other action saults and Pollard gained a 3-1 verdict on the strength of their first series. Leading the attack Over the Lavatts quintet were Ray Sanderson w2 a five Sanders 846 Jack John Ston w2 312 Mack Demi Dink 769 307 and Milne too. Replying for the blues were Bob Mceachern. With the Best of the night st9 303 Nick Malley 763, John Johns 744. In the final match of the eve Ning Kerekis struggled for a split with eddies bakery ased Winter Golf school now open Snowdon 2nd floor. 261 Henderson Hwy. 533-8886 10 . To 10 . Monday to Friday 10 . To . Saturday Chick these features 1. Only class "a1" head 50 years total experience in greater Winnipeg Are present to help you improve. 2. The Only Golf operating in the greater Winnipeg aria for 12 years. 3. Over Winnipeg golfers have used and endorsed these facilities. 4. Live coif Falls used 1 2 driving nets plus Chipping and putting areas available. 5. New coif teaching concept in Winnipeg. Video tape Stop action camera. F. Individual and rates available open dec. In april 15 six Days a week. 7 the following clan "a1" head professionals in Winnipeg area arc available anytime of this school. A. Rat St. Boniface country club i. Fill we Inlet Ridge Coy Fry cd Vic. C Ceralo Morrissey Rossmere country duo drop in Register end improve your i Golf Fame year end factory clearance Sale Boler Tuvel trails f i 1 cd Kurg i utter entries for the Junior girls j Bonspiel Are Well Over the Halfway limit of 64 teams. An i entry has been received from the Pas. At the end of j the first round at the Thistle club Evelyn Amos and her team of Avis Biach Refl coffins and Eleanor Fisher. Were declared winners of the Thistle Cap. Watch oat for Mona Dixon and her sve henders Days in a Row. Move scored id entice Nve Enders with one being s9efen on the fifth m an later game she i vans Down soar Wati be the same in District 7 Kissh Hofto tuft arid he Sewe were Ron Leda re of the Voya a Yacc my bin Ferguson i gears and tier Peen Billy to Ken Boddis 730 were Sienko of the old timers. Best for Kerekis. The hot shots Eddie Mazur Jack few the bread boys were Mike Dave re Hardsaw Elmer 773 Ron Deptris i deny and Bryan 308 added the other. Of dimers goals. Scorers for the so Boni face Deb Roger dodos m aka Teof Gries comme Artt i a caries or West. Denh Leda re and Roger Vetn Wette. The voyageurs Wolf mate Jpn d an Estani a Lea rape care a pc. My lab w my kit Tok Bay bump Tami or s.40 pm. M saturday v the St. Johns swim coif my i2y into 12v win if70 in Cloud up Kuffa w y Bay

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