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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Winnipeg, Manitoba60 Winnipeg Frie Hiss saturday nov Imiri 21. 1970 mom r Sale continues til tuesday save up to 4 Only 1970 meteor i Montcalm and Mercury Montero. Fully equipped Many options. I new Price Low mileage original owner full factory War a i Ranty available. Sau Price your Choice Steeler kid line Quick on trigger by Mike o Shaughnessy a Trio of inexperienced youngsters c 6 m b i n e d to set something of a record Friday night and lift Selkirk Steeles to their third Victory in 15 Manitoba Junior hockey league starts this season. The Trio of irregulars Barry Gooden Maurice Fry and Brian Stevenson accounted for All of the Steeler goals including three within 20 seconds in a 4-1 Victory Over St. James canadians. The 700 customers in Selkirk memorial Arena were brought to their feet when Fry scored to put Steeles ahead 2-1 at the Mark of the second period. Before they could get settled in their seats 13 seconds later to be exact Stevenson made it 3-1 and then completed the performance with another goal just seven seconds after that. It could have been accomplished in even less time but it took Stevenson three shots to beat St. James net minder Sandy Kuby from a Goalmouth scramble for the final goal. Neither club had been Able to make any headway in the first period but Fry gave Steeles the first goal of the game from a scramble at of the Sec Ond period. Peter Slobodian set the stage for the Selkirk uprising by tying the score with a goal at then the three Selkirk rookies went to work with Gooden carrying the puck in an end to end Rush pulling the defence in on him and flipping the puck to Fry who was standing alone in front of Kuby. The second goal came in Sim Ilar fashion but this time Fry flicked the puck Over Stevenson for the score. Gooden wound up with assists on All four goals while Fry helped set up the two he did t score himself. Stevenson picked up Only three Points being left out of the passing play that save 1 1968 Plymouth satellite 2 door . V8, . P.s., radio. Reg. Price special Sale Price 1 -1968 Chevrolet Bel air Sedan. V8, at., . Radio. Vinyl roof. Reg. Price special Sale Price 1-1967 meteor Montcalm. 4 door ., 390 v8, ., ., p.b., radio. Vinyl roof. Reg. Special Sale Price io79 1970 Parisienne convertibles . Executive can 3 Only Mohawk seniors thump thistles Kenora ont three goal performances by two separate St. Boniface players paced mohawks to a 10-2 Victory Over Kenora thistles Here Friday in the opening game of the Mani t o b a senior hockey league schedule. Mike Mackenzie and Cal Terill were the St. Boniface heroes although they had to share the spotlight with Ray Brunei. Brunei returned to St. Boni face after a lengthy career in the american and Western pro leagues and Rookie head coach Ken Saunders is glad he did. The flashy Centre Man scored twice via the Power play and Drew assists on five other goals. Allie Reynard Veteran Thistle net minder who was picked up by St. Boniface in last year s inter provincial playoffs found mates had t that his former developed any love for him in the off season. The Chunky Reynard kicked out 49 Mohawk shots As St. Boniface skated to period leads of 3-0 and 8-1. Saunders with the Winner and defence Man John Trojack rounded out the scoring. Alex Slobodian was the Only Thistle to crack Jim Finkle Man s Armor. Finkleman pared to Reynard had a fairly easy night and turned aside 32 shots in the Mohawk net. Selkirk fishermen Are mohawks next intended victims in an exhibition contest at Ber Trand Arena sunday at 2 . Fishermen have a number of sex St. Boniface saints in their lineup including Ralph wat Kins Rick panting and Terry Proctor. Started the 20-second scoring spree. Prior to the game Stevenson was the Only member of the Trio to dress for Steeles regularly. The main reason for his appearance in the lineup was his fighting ability although he had scored four goals fourth Best on the club. He had 50 minutes in penalties going into the game third highest in the league. Fry and Gooden had each appeared in Only half of games and counted just three goals Between them. Both Are midget graduates from the Brandon area who showed up at Selkirk s training Camp after being denied a Chance to show their wares for the local wheat Kings. Selkirk goalie Scott Pearce had one of his Best nights to Date this season making 35 stops. Kuby handled 29, Steeles took 10 of 15 minor penalties while canadians Drew the game s Only major. There is a full slate of league action sunday with St. Boniface in Kenora and West Kildonan in Selkirk for afternoon games at 2 and respectively and Winnipeg at Portage and Dau Phin at St. James for . Dates. Summary first a trod no scoring. Penalties Huska Fry Cardiff Baigrie pile second period 1. Selkirk Fry Ste Venson Gooden 2. St. James Slobodian Moffat Legge 3. Selkirk Fry Goodwn 4. Selkirk Stevenson Fry Gooden 5. Sel Kirk Stevenson Fry Goodwn penalties Galle Sale Campbell Johnston Tindale Elliott third period no scoring. Penal ties Tindale Elliott Phillips major Hildebrand Slobodian saves by Kuby Pearce 15 11-35 paid attendance Brian Stevenson cubans clout i canadians Cartagena Colombia up defending Champion Cuba trounced Canada 124 Friday Nighton the 18th world Amateur baseball championships. The cubans battered three Canadian pitchers for 16 in their powerful attack. Victoria Centennial Canada s representative in the championships managed Only two off two cuban pitchers and had four errors afield. The Centennial mounted their Only serious threat in the first inning when they loaded the bases with one out. But Pitcher Jose Huelga got out of the Jam when outfielder Doug Hill a slow grounder which Huelga fielded and threw to Home to Force the runner. More sport pages 66, 68 four qualify at Portage v8, ., ., p.b., . Radio rear scat speaker tinted Windshield Remote Mirror. Regular to save special Sale 3686 no Down payment. Eaty term Mere s one for mom 1967 Beaumont 2 or. . . Reg. S229s. Salt Carroll s Mel Logan knows a Good bargain 1967 Comet 2 or . Loaded. Reg. S2295. Salt 1967 Maui Sedan. 6 . Radio. Res. Sal 1967 Munmum 2-2 loaded. Sale 2395 1966 Comet a or. Sedan. 6 . Radio. Sm95. Sau i 1965 Falcon 2 or. . Is. . Radio. S1295. Sale Best Buick buys mkt irk. Custom. 4 or. . Loaded. Ref. Sale 1969 Macx Lesa re. 2 or. . Loaded. 3295 the role of underdog can be a profitable one. Mel Logan and his curlers from Carroll have provided the latest Sterling example. Nobody gave Logan s rink a second glance when the boys got together in a smoke filled room and held the usual ritual the Calcutta thursday night at the second annual Portage Cash Bonspiel. Mel was beginning to get that unwanted feeling so he bought himself for far Down the bargaining scale which saw six rinks go for More than it already has proven a Good buy on Logan s part. Mel was one of the first four rinks to qualify Friday for sunday s eight rink straight knockout showdown for the pot of Gold of which will go to the winning foursome. Also qualifying were Heather s Clare Deblonde who went for top Price of Granite s Larry Taylor and fort Rouge s orcs Leles Chuk a bargain at the four posted three straight wins to make it to the fours of the first event. Two More qualifiers were t be decided this morning As the second event reached the finals tonight at 9 the other to vacancies will be filled by the finalists of the third event. Logan already has covered his expenses and More. He won the big one on the 3 . Drav yesterday As the action con tinned to be fierce at the for tags in Prairie and Southport clubs. Logan s victim was John Hanesian of St. Vital who bowed to the Carroll Crew 8-5 Sale 19mmkk be Sabre. Loaded. Ref. Sau 1m7 Wildca Sedan. Loaded. Hts. S2c95. Sau w7 Sirc. 4 or. . Loaded. Hts. Szews. Sau 19m we fact sed. Loaded. S Kef. S229s. Sau 1995 nearly 200 cars at reduced Mas take Tow lifting out of Drift ing this Winter with a popular awns Sno thro. Choose from 4 models. Each ims Ariner famous two stage pelted design. Live 90 ariens. Go getter Miens Fyk Watts Power reverse Wale sized engines from 4 . To 7 . Clearing widths from 20" of 32" 4-Spetd stick shift Wikta swing discharge Chen wide bite tires pm cure Oti Londe top priced Frk Toyi 7, Tirry Clare it Tsonde Heather 7, Fry. Heather s Bob Pickering met store brains twin Granite 3 Hudun Strathcona Jordan 3 Larry Taymor Granite 7, Jim Lloyd Jehn Hanziak St. Vila 7, Ai Van Pembina 2 Barry Portage Hersh Lerner Neepawa s Mel Logan Carrot 7, Gord Lowry Grange t fort rouges Bob Robinson Granite 7 Charlie Webb Rossmere f. Cord Mcgonigal shite 1 j Terry oubs Portage Handy sen tre Beroe extra end j Terry Johnston Kenora Rich j Bloom Heather 5 j Roy Wience Victoria i Hal Tanasi i Csc Oak Caley j Gary Ross Carman 7, Feyh a Fec fort Rouge i extra end Johnny Sackis tac do Bonnet John Magnusson tre heme 4 Bob doctor. Vermilion Bay Ken for Rouge 7 Zodl Jalc Wolfe Parages Ken Roth Carman 5 Logan s previous wins were at the expense of Granite s Gord Lowry and fort Rouge s Ken Hilton both by 7-6 scores. Meleschuk who appears off to a flying Start this year had even a tougher route. To secure the berth the big 0" needed an extra end to turn Back defending Saskatchewan Provin Cial Champion Bob Pickering of Milestone 6-5. Meleschuk was looking at two Pickering rocks when he went to play his last Rock. The big Guy had to and Roll in deeper to get shot but he was perfect in the clutch. Orest s earlier victories were against another former Provin Cial Champion Bob Robinson now of Granite and Carman s Gary Ross always a Tough competitor. It was t a particularly Good Day for former champs As Bruce Hudson of Strathcona also was turned Back on the Doorstep losing 6-5 to Deblonde n the qualifying game. All 32 rinks were still alive however going into the late draw last night Hudson who blew a two up Lead going Home against blonde bounced Back to curl a Superb game in defeating Heather s Barry Fry 9-4 on the . Draw. Fry also lost to Deblonde 7-5 n the morning. Deblonde s other win was against John Magnusson of Treherne. Taylor who earned a reputation for himself last year and enjoyed a great Consols used Tarry Greenslade s Portage la Rairie rink As a stepping Stone nto sunday s showdown win Ning 8-3. Taylor s previous Vic ims were Jim Lloyd of Char Eswood and Ross who has teen plagued by extra end Osses. Ross stayed alive however with an 8-4 decision Over Roy Wiebe of Victoria on the 6 . Raw. Robinson also came Back Strong after losing to memes Drak. He beat crab mate Terry Bronsten 8-7 after an extra and at 3 . Then bounced Terry Owens of Portage at 6 clock. I Pickering who also Defeated j brain Stein Friday in a Batu of former provincial champs. Everyone Here kindly step to the rear and let the Winner Lead the Way obviously that was the theme song of the Saskatoon team entered under Joyce Mckee s name Iassc weekend in the business girls Centennial Cash fan spill. Many of the winning Brier teams in the decade have featured individuals capable of playing at any Tion. It s natural then that the top female team in Canada in the 10 years could duplicate this male feat. Joyce Mckee admitting that she was bowing to skip Ping pressures dropped to second position handing Over her duties to Vera Pezer. Under Vera s Cool capable direction Joyce Sheila Rowan and Jennifer Falk entered the Winner s Circle for the second consecutive year. In their first the Saskatoon team got off to a shaky Start and were forced to steal the game in an extra end from Kenora s Marg Mccunn. But from that Point they never really looked Back. Janet Perkins and her Regina Crew were the next team on the Short end of the scoreboard. In the main event Semi final Elmwood s Marg Humenuik took an Early Lead but when the last Rock had been thrown found herself a member of the legion of Mckee victims. In the final game Glenda Buhr s foursome were unable to get unt racked and consequently settled for second prize Money of while the Saskatoon girls pocketed the Winner s share. In the second event final Marg Mccunn rediscovered that extra ends just weren t her cup of Tea. Mary Mcgimpsey backed by her Grain Exchange team of Sharon Pearpoint Joyce Macdonald and Pat Leithwood stole a Point in the extra end and earned an extra at the Winner s table. The Mcgimpsey team s Only loss last weekend was to our Heather squad. In the third event final a three Point steal on the seventh end when the game was deadlocked by Rossmere s Joan Mccartney proved to be the turning Point in the contest with our team. Joan and company maintained the three Point Edge and picked up first prize Money of their Only loss was earlier to Glenda Buhr. Last weekend spectators witnessed Many excellent and exciting Curling matches with numerous games being decided on the last Rock. The business girls committee is to be commended for promoting a Bonspiel that attracts such a High calibre of visiting curlers thus making it sible for local curlers to match their skills and strategy. Transcona attracted a full entry for its pick your own prize Bonspiel which wound up last saturday. In the main event. Rose Taylor with her team of Olie Prince Helcer Nelson and to Duguid Defeated Wilde Wood s Bra Carlson. Jeanne Allen of the Grain sex Busi Ness girls placed third and final prizes went to the team led by Alice okerholm. In the second event. St. Vital s to Mckay Defeated Joyce Wyr Chownyk of Stonewall. Curling on the winning rink were Pat Savoie Flo Sims and buddy Vander list. Third prizes went to Sharon Bruce and her Transcona business girls team and fourth prizes were awarded the Stonewall quartet skipped by Muriel Roche. In the third event final a fort Garry business girls team skipped by Bernice London triumphed Over Alma Pentland and her St. Vital club mates. Winnie Mcfarlane of Dugald claimed third prize and the final prizes were garnered by the Transcona business girls foursome skipped by Verla Findlay. Bonspiel chairman Esther he got out of the inning unscathed when the next Canad an filed out. Cuba did half of its scoring in the first when they picked up six runs. Felipe sadly doubled Home two runs. Murray. Gage Cole of Van Couver started the game but Wax lifted in the first and relieved by Glenn ii Scott. After scoring two More runs in the third the cubans added three in the fourth and their 12th in the fifth. Larry Webster was the most effective of the Canadian pitch ers. He came on for Scott in the fourth and held the cubans scoreless after the fifth. Gage Cole was the losing Pitcher. The line score 000-12 u i Canada m on 000 o 2 4 Huelga Leon and Perez Scott 1 Webster 4 and Bunyan. Huelga. In another High scoring game played at Barranquilla Burt Horton pitched a two hitter and James Corcoran and Robert Ellis led a 14- attack As the United states wad oped the Netherlands Antilles 14-0. World wide wrestling Friday november 27 at . In the watch wrestling Friday and saturday on Channel 12 Parade of stars Idu Ord Carpentier swim fitness registrations personal registrations for the learn to swim and fitness pro Grams operated by the City of Winnipeg Parks and recreation department swimming pools Branch Are now under Way and will continue until dec. 5 on the following schedule pan am Pool monday through saturday. Sherbrook Pool wednesday Friday and saturday. Centennial Pool monday wednesday and sat urday. Hours Are 2-8 . Weekdays 8 . Till 12 noon classes will Start the week of Jan. 10th and All registrations must be made in person at the Pool of the swimmer s Choice. More information can be obtained by calling the City of Winnipeg Parks and recreation department at 946-1100. Hack Jack Lanza Mavi tour Mir Moos or Elk hides tanned Glove or jacket leather. We will buy or Swap your delivered Deer skin for pair of cloves or mitts. West Iii tanners 349 St. Man. Pm. 2j3-7hi 247-3710 main Tiht iou Ord Carpi Tiik Paul Diamond it Black Jack Lanza Lam Andrion Semi hams Kouy Ashi red a asthma Shoal Bull dog mown copt up Kcal Jones Pete it Moo win Caron i Davi Muir for information Call 943-1661 Jet your pm. Ready for inter Laforty. Noted that the sponsors of the Bonspiel the Transcona ladies took their Host jobs very seriously. Not one of their teams made it to the prize table Curling chatter inter club started this week and it was my pleasure to enjoy the hospitality of the civic Cal ladies on wednesday. Besides giving is four Points they treated us to Coffee and butter tarts a most thoughtful and appreciated gesture once again i have Learned never to Trust a Rumor Marg Humenuik s new third is june Finnson sister of Bernice spearing Sharon Pearpoint must use More brooms than any other female in this fair province. Her Strong sweeping ability is a definite asset to the Mcgimpsey team the curlers were unanimous in their Praise for curl master of Canada who sponsored the reception at the Winnipeg inn last sat urday evening. Mind you those of us who were on the 9 . Draw sunday wished the party had t been quite so Good with the first round Robin completed in the new Grain sex business girls league Shirley Oliver is on top i with a perfect 11-0 record entries closed m District 6 this weekend with the draw to be made Early next week ring map spic i ton if have j fall tune up done now. Our expert mechanics will test compression clean and Gap spark plugs Check and adjust timing balance Carburettor remove and Check distributor and Points Check Battery and wires. Courtesy car available Oti ail Mot work Over id his troubles As i Awe Mii Swool show cams Imp Wmk a Taylor 9 3 a Loger 8. Hancsak s puckering err it was t Only curlers who were winners last week 1 the whih included Pat bpm soon progressed. Fern Hansen Linda Epp and Elaine Anderson i Peewee cd riot do any Twig j had bought Joyce Mckee Alary Mcgimpsey and our team j face and co fleeced on All three s a two finals of on t 5 alignment our front end experts adjust camber easier and toe in o Manu factored s inspect front end. Springs. Shocks and steering As Sembly Power steering 6 v Frt Tay til 9 . Lbw of Irrer brawls sir 7 and 5, Vaw 3 for right against Isdar s rink Hefron. 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