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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Augult S4, 1973 TH8 ItTHBRIDOt H1RMD While, Rainey pan of extensive recruiting program Kodiaks sign two American players By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Snorts Writer Lethbridgc Community Col- lege Kodiaks announced the signing of tbrec players for their 1972-73 basketball cam- paign Wednesday. The Kodiaks, who will toil in the Alberta College Athletic liable player and an all star on liotti Williams, who had an outstanding reason wilh the Kodiaks in his initial year, will don the blue and white colors once more. Last year, he was most valuable player and an all-star forward In the Western Canadian College Basketball Championship Tournament, He led the Kodiaks in re-hounds with 495 last year. Meanwhile the Kodiaks will participate in the ACABC and will also play a host of exhibition games, Their 1972-73 schedule will run for four months and will include 14 league games, playoffs, three tournaments and 10 exhibition tills with teams in northwestern United IJCC will also have women's basketball (cam participating in the ACABC this season. A recruiting program hai eel up with tuition scholar, ships in store for a few. lira m Basketball Conference this sea- verbal argument With OlVCHS son, started their extensive Play me or trade me, says Bowa KODIAKS INK IMPORTS Tho Lothbridge Community College Kodiaks signed two American imports for 1972-73 basketball season. Doug Alston director of continuing education, enrolls Mike Rainey (left) and Dwl8hl Wh.ta (r.flht) for ,h. oH semester. Looking ovsr Alston', shoulder Is Tom Karrens, who w.ll once ogo.r, cooch Ih. Kodiaks. _________________________ Andrp.acltnk well behind lenders Slim lead for Jackson MONTREAL fCP) A Cana- dian junior golf title would fit nicely in the: plans of Mon- treal's Hobble Jackson. "If I vrfn this it will open o lot of doors." 17-year-old fioid Wednesday after he took n two-stroke lead in the first round ol the 72-hole event with a two-unfler 7IJ. "I don't intend to go profes- Grad game organized According to I.CI Ranis' TOnth, Jim While-law, thu an- nual p-ati gurno is set to go September 1. As usual the gratis feel they'l have all the experience necdct to handle the young Rams anc will require only a few weckf U> get in shape. Shane Porter will coach the grad team this year and ha. called a meeting lor nil Inter estcd graduates. Tho meeting i.s on lap lonigli at 8 p.m, at tho LCI schoo grounds. McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 7002 3rd AVE. 5. onal right away, If ever; I ant to finish school. A win ere would probably get me nto a good university in the .S. "But it'll have to be a good chool where I can learn some- ling, like the University of In- Jackson ridded. Jackson showed his superior- :y the elements and more other golfers Wednes- ay, laming the course, with lie only sub-par round. Two strokes behind the eader wore John Ervasti of .omlon, Ont., and Winnipeg's Kevin Snell with par 72s. Another Quebec golfer, Tio- Icrlck Dodds-Ilcbron of Thct- d Mines and Gerry MacMil- lan of Kingston, N.S., were an other shot hack al three-over 73, one Iwttcr than lour other golfers. Among the next four was Bobby Stinson of St. Andrews who at 16 still compete for the Juvenile title as well Junior title hopefuls at th championship must 1FI year and under and have liamli caps of four and under whil juvenile title aspirants have maximum age of 10 and mus have handicaps ol six and un der.. Also lied at 74 were Van couvcr's Stcplm Berry, Mik Mealia of Thomhill, Ont., an Kirk Manning of Calgary. Yves Tremblay of Trac Quo., who is only 14, lired a 7 and his performance had th gallery until anolher score, went up on the board. JUST ARRIVED FOR BACK TO SCHOOL WULIEN 10 SPEED BICYCLES 8995 This lime It was 13-year-old Evelyn of Agincourt, Ont., ho surprised the crowd with a Richard Ajxlreachuk ol Lcth- riclge, Alia, had a rough day n the course as he fired two sunds of 47 to finish the first mnd with a 9-1. cruitijig program by acquiring the services of two American imports as well as one second- year man. Dwight White, B native of Las Vegas, Nevada and Mike Ualney of Williamsport, Indiana have come to terms with the Kodiaks wtiile Gary Williams of Raymond has also reached an agreement. Wlute, a towering 6'7" for- ward, played with Concordia College in Portland, Oregon last year and led his team in scoring and rebounding. He was voted all conference for ward for Ills achievements. During his high school years, White participated in both bas- ketball and football. A3 a basketball player he was named the most valuable player in his junior year and an all conference forward as a senior. He was also highly rated as a football player and was voted all-conference split end and safety. White Is currently pursuing a career in the fields of psy- By THE PRESS [Owens' dog house, said: ibody appreciates anything do.1 "No- I "He told me I needed a Play me or trade me, Insists shortstop Larry Bowa of Fnila- delphia Phillies. Don't press your luck, says manager Paul Owens. The player and his boss took verbal swings at each other fol- lowing Wednesday night's fl-fl National League loss to Atlanta Braves. Bowa, llrest." said the 26-year-old de- fensive star who set a major- league fielding record for short- stops last season. "Who needs a rest when there tomorrow' is a day off Would Owens trade possibly the best fielding shortstop in baseball? "Certainly I said Owens, "If 1 could help the club." Eowa, a ,231 hitter, was pulled out of Wednesday nights game in the sixth inning in favor of [lose, but he's burned up when "Tell him to go bleep in his said the manager. trouble is that he's happy While tempers exploded In Philadelphia, batg went beserk in Montreal as the Expos crushed the West-leading Cin- cinnati Reds 11-0 behind a 14- bit attack. Elsewhere, San Francisco Gi- ants clobbered the East-leading Pittsburgh Pirates E-0, Houston Astros defeated New York Mets who claims he's in Terry Harmon, a .290 hitter. I he gets shut out and we win." hen he gets two hits and we ,7-4, Los Angeles Dodger! turned hack St. Louis Cardinals Tigers retain slim lead Chicago hops into first Gty Hall one victory from title City Hall grabbed the upper land in the City Businessmens' 'aslball final play-off series by whipping Liberty Boil- ers 9-0 Wednesday. Tba victory gave City Hall 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series which leaves them one n short of the championship tle. Joe Karl picked the mound win firing n or.c-hitter while osor Al Pilling gave up JO lits. JM Sclmitzcr led the winners at the plate with four safeties wlille Mel Zalilncy added a pair. Crowe spoiled Karl's bid for a no-hitter stroking B sin- gle. chology and mathematics and 11 enter the LCC's continuing educational program In the full. Rainey, the other American product, played an Important role ir. the successes of the Blue Mountain Community Col- lege Timberwolves last sea- son. Tne Pendletcm, Oregon team are the defending champions of the President's Invitational Basketball Tournament staged annually by tho LCC. In his short college basket- jail career, Rainey has im- pressed many coaches with Us quickness. The C'l" speedster was sec- ond high scorer for the Tim- berwolves and the third best rebounder last year. Rainey has continuously been recognized for his ability on tlie basketball court which steins back to his high school days. As a freshman, ho proved that ha more than cap- able enough to compete st the varsity level and his early ex- perience paid off and he quick- ly worked his way into all-star ranks. He became the leading scor- er in his western Indiana so- phomore and junior seasons and was voted the most val- Chicago White Sox used Allen's lively bat and Wilbur Wood's rubber arm for a 5-2 I victory Wednesday over New York Yankees and then hopped into first place in the American League West a few hours later when Detroit Tigers whipped Oakland Athletics 7-5. The Tiger victory enabled them to remain one-half game ahead of Baltimore in the East. The Orioles rapped California Angels 7-1. Elsewhere, Cleveland Indians dropped Minnesota Twins 5-1 and Kansas City Royals blanked Boston Red Sox 3-0 Texas at Milwaukee was rained out. Allen hit his 32nd homer of :he year, a litantic two-run shot the seventh inning to help Wood beat the Yankees. It was the 22nd victory of the year for the knuckieballcr. The homer soared into the ccnteriield bleachers at White Sox feet from home plate, an area reached only three times before. "I don't know if it was my said Allen ol the blast. "I really don't keep track of those things." Tanner, reaching Into his managerial bag of adjectives, called Allen, "Babe Ruth. Ro- gers Hornsby and Ty Cobb, al! put together." 3-0 and Chicago Cubs clipped the San Diego Padres 7-5. Felix Millan banged jhits and Dusty Baker ripped a I home run as the Braves handed 'the Phillies their 74th loss in 117 games, the worst record in baseball. Rnn Woods, making a rare start against a right-handed pitcher, responded with two, three-run homers to help Mon- Detroil won with a seven-run second inning, four of the runs- icoring on Bill Freclian's sec- ,bury ond grand slarn homer of the I 5 unusual tor me Joe Coleman had it easy until the ninth when he was suddenly stalled for four runs. Chuck Seclbach came on to get the last out. Baltimore stayed one-hall game oft Detroit's pace by pounding California for Jim Palmer's 17th victory of the season. The Orioles also used a big Inning for their victory, bun. ching six runs in the fourth in- ning, three of them on homer bv Paul Blair. U to hit let alone shaking his head in disbelief over liis performance. "I'm not trying to do anything just trying to make contact when I go up." Jim Barr pitched a two-hitter for his first major league shut- out and Willie McCovey blasted a two-run homer to lead San Francisco over Pittsburgh. Four straight hits, including Tommy Helms' two-run single, highlighted a five-run fourth in- ning that carried Houston ova New York. STORES Race results CALGARY fCP) Victoria Park race rebuilt FIRST claiming, Jyfar-cldl, V.fc Down The Well flnda) J.vO 1 20r Klondike D.vje (Kiplinrj) 3.BQ 2-40; Mr. Murphy fRycrolt) 430. Time: CftnnHft Rocky, Tlllicum, Color Me SECOND SI..WO, clalmlrvj, J year-oltll Chained flag fRycroM] 4.40 ?-9 750; Nipdwln (Walson) 3 ?0 2.W; Ml! r Bounlilul (Morris) 4.20. Time: 1-5, Nhjht Shine, Rushing Girl, Rulla ounly, Rovlno Dock DAILY DOUBLS. 23" centro pole broken alloy poll, podded loots, chain guard............. Other 10 ipeoJi from Japan, Canada, England, holy. At low 01 99.95 All bicycloi ma properly let-up and equipped with (i kick sfoncJ and lerviced o 90-dny frao ment polity and a 6 month paili ond labor warranty. With iho getting darker you should bavo a FLYTE DYNAMO LIGHTING SET 4.95 THIRD nlng, 3-year-oMs, clal, Symphony OmJa) 5.40 3.10 70; Rullahmorn fComM) t 30 J.10; Aftlnr Dividend (RycrcflJ l.E' Time: 3-i. D.wey's Hnpc, Rusly Rouser, nq Princess, Svjcwn Doll, Iru Su TiWland ran, tie.SO FOURTH nnnihfi Boy DcsV; IRyt IBfirroby} 3.fO, Timr-: 1 5- Chiltl Ol Hope, ErnrrnM L.lnn, Ar oiher Rebel, Brow A tnuill compocl generator built in ths hecuJlight, 6 volt, 3 wolf. 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