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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1974 CHARTER INFORMATION to GovirniMnl Now Available For Details Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Including host Rams Four are alive in LCI tourney By LLOYD YAMAG1SHI Herald Sports Writer Only one thing is certain about the 1973-74 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute In- vitational Boys' Basketball and that is'that only four teams remain in the running for the seventh annual classic title. All eight clubs saw action in the opening round of the two day tourney Friday night and the only thing settled was the second round draw. The defending tourney champions and host along with Lethbridge Catholic Central Cougars. Calgary Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs and Regina Miller Marauders will advance to the championship draw after scoring victories before a house while Valier. Mont.. Raymond Comets. Magrath Zeniths and Calgary Ernest Manning Grif- lins Were relegated to the con- solation draw as they suffered setbacks. The consolation semi finals were run off this morning at and while the final was set for three o'clock this afternoon. On the championship the two semi-final matches were slated to go at 12 o'clock noon and while the third place final and championship final will wrap up proceedings later tonight. The third place final has a start while the cham- pionship final goes at nine. Meanwhile in first round ac- tion the CCHS Cougars officially opened the two day tourney by scoring a hard-fought 47-41 victory over Valier. The Cougars jumped to a 15- 9 lead after the first quarter and extended the margin to33- by the half. The Cougars tacked four more points onto their lead in the third frame and just hung on to register the first win of the day. John Mackley led the Cougars' attack with 17 big points while Andy Beaudin chipped in with 10. Tex Crawford managed 12 points and Robert DeBoo aid- ed with 11 for the Valier Panthers. The Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs worked up a 10-point lead alter 16 minutes of play and bounced their wav to an Southwest clubs open The 1973 74 Southwest Conference Boys' and Girls' Basketball League season of- ficially got underway with a host of games Friday night. In varsity boys' the Vauxhall Vikings. Stirling Lakers and Winston Churchill Bulldogs got themselves roll- ing in the right direction for the pennant title as they scored victories in their season openers Vauxhall came up with a hard fought 33-30 win over the Fort MacLeod Flyers behind Allan Frieson's 15 point performance last night. Jack Lemire managed 14 points in a losing cause. At Stirling the Lakers com- pletely dominated the 32- minute contest and went on to defeat the Milk River Comets 76-42. Dick Pengilly paced the Lakers' attack with 20 big points while Tim Hill chipped in with 18. Neal Barrows notched 12 points in a losing effort. The defending champion Winston Churchill Bulldogs took a giant step to their se- cond straight conference championship crown by scor- ing a 54-31 decision over Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels. The Bulldogs were never headed in the contest as they held quarter leads of 27- 12 and 36-18. Barry Schmidt led the Bulldogs' offensive surge with 12 points and was followed closely by Kendall Duce who added 11. Ewald Granson was the top scorer for the defending provincial champion Gaels with nine points. For All Your Motoring Needs See KLEIN'S SERVICE CENTRE 1219 3rd Avenue S. 327-0955 HANS KLEIN Owner Lessee Specialized Volkswagen Service Motor Gas for Less Open Mon. thru Sat. 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Reasonable Rates Quality Service CANADA'S NQ. 1 LOADER BOBCAT PHONE 328-4765 Loads Unloads Nails Lifts Fils Shwels Scoops SlMBS drive 1 models 500 b. to Rent irith or operator Contract prices naiUrie AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. Lethbridge WEST CASTLE OPENS _ ALL FACILITIES OPEN THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY SKIING-FAIR TO GOOD of Skiing for the 1975 Canada Winter The Herald Sports J impressive 70-54 decision over the1 liaymond Comets. The Calgary club held a 40- lead at the half and a 58-42 margin at the end of three Kcrrv Brett hooped 16 points in leading the Bulldogs to victory while Gary Thompson and Doug Batierskill added 14 and 10 points respectively. .Jell Hill was the top gun for the Comets with 18 points while Tom Myndio and Robert lleggie scored 12 apiece. Hegina Miller Marauders had their work cut out for them as they managed only a slim 56-54 win over the Magrath Zeniths. The Zeniths held a mere 16- 1-1 lead after the first quarter of play but fell back to a six- point deficit with the score 32- at the half. The Zeniths came back in the third quarter to cut their deficit to a single point but that little edge was enough for the Marauders who hung on for the decision. Zeniths had a couple of fine opportunities to tie the contest in the final seconds of the but just couldn't find the basket- Marauders' captain Gary Novak was unbelievable as he netted 32 points to lead his teammates to the victory. Mike Jestadt chipped in with 12 while John Salopek and Ron Melenchuk rounded out the scoring with 10 and two points respectively. Kevin Anderson was out- standing in a losing cause as be notched 27 points while Tim Rollingson added 15. The defending tourney champion Rams came up with a strong second half finish and defeated Calgary Ernest Manning Griffins 42-33. The two clubs were tied 8-8 after the first eight minutes and the Rams trailed 15-14 at the end of the second. The Rams started to hit the hoop more consistently in the third quarter and jumped to a 26-18 lead which more-or-less killed the Griffins' chances of reaching the championship semi-finals. Randy Stevens was a stan- dout for the with 10 points and a countless number of rebounds while Ron Shcmanchuk and Kelly Wilde aided with six points each. Kvery member of the 'host team hit the sc'oresheet which indicates a well-balanced at- tack. Vance Allred paced the Calgary club with a 13-point outing while Dave Stinton chipped in with 10. CCHS 47 VALIER 41 CCHS Jensen Meli 2. PeaKe R. Beaudin Stilson 2. J. Mackley 17. Dudas 8. Valier Goff. DeBoo Crawford 12. Olson Comes At Night Geiger. Rideout. R. Ruther- T. Rutherford Running Wolf 2. Tolal-41. CHURCHILL 70 RAYMOND 54 Churchill Hosser Keith. Bishop Kerry Watson Peterson Thompson BattersKill Balbl Flanders. Prentice. Raymond Ralph Myndio DeMeester J. Hill R. Williams Heggie Kamitomo- REGINA 56 MAGRATH 54 Regina Novak Salopek Jestadt Ruschiensky. Melenchuk Delwo. Cushman. Magrath Rollingson 15. Anderson 27. Marker Haynes Wilde Wong. Robinson. LCI 42 MANNING 33 LCI Baldry Anderson Davies 2. Collier 3. Wilde Stevens 10. Malmbery Robinson 1. Blackmer Hudson Shemanchuk 6 Manning Hartland McNeill. Stinton Craig Allred 13. Thomas 2. Jackson. Hinchelwood Besell. Soper 1. Up for grabs Mark Baldry and Ron Shemanchuk of the LCI Rams have little trouble grabbing off this rebound in Friday's action at the annual Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute Invitational basketball tournament. The Rams earned a berth in the semi-finals by downing Ernest Manning of Calgary 42-33. Three other clubs are also unbeaten. Roundup of bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL CJOC Bill Cerutti 258. Jim Wright 260. .Grace McPike 261 Dieter Bechtold 268 Vi Mogos 285 Norma Adams 311 Helen Myndio 308. Jock Mulgrew 251. Jack Kerr Barb Sturrock 264. CLASSIC TRIPLES Elias Sawilla 323 Reg Ar- nold 358 Jean Christie 312 Bob Costanzo 329 Dianne Violini 302 Ken King 355 Bill Hamilton 308 Steve Pedersen 348 Ken Kurtz 433 Jack Smeed 310 SENIOR CITIZENS Slim Berry 247. Velma Miller 282 Ted Ward Ben Evanson Jack Stacey Roy LaValley Frank Bernhart 283 Hjalmar Nelson 262. Kathleen Bernhart Arvio Oseen Betty Murtland Henry Meyer Harry Chapman Walter Baker Matt Bernhart 239. WILSON JR. HIGH Cheryl Hendry 198. Shelly Wolyson Bob Rapuano Merlyen Bun- nage 290. John Gardin Tom Slyka 202. Brenda Kiteguchi 165. Louise Hendry 180. Lori Cymbroik 163. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Ken Kearns George Siegl 224. ken Dunson 215. Alex Szentes Alice Clark 212. Dennis Mikalson 214. Rod Chernos Sherry Clark Helen Stanley 197. CHINOOK BEVERAGES Art Tukanaga Doris Peterson 208. Dennis Hurst JoAnn McTighe 232. Joan Christie Stew Myers 203. Ed Carpenter Herman Efring Dennie Effring 233. Danny Christie Robert Brown 238 HOLIDAY VILLAGE LADIES Marg Besseling Ricky De Groot 349 Di Anderson Irene Lynde 302 Shirley Plontke 270. Pat Plomp 267 Dena Smith Maria Jokuty Laura Peake Beth Flak 270. VASA LODGE Slim Berry Leora Ness Bea Hanson 220. Nona Kirby Hilda Bianchi 232. Ed Zalesak 286 Bud Grouette 228. Tim Larson Nick Bianchi Jerry Larson 279. CAPRI BOWL J.C.C.A. Mike Tobo 285 Sninob Tanaka 285 Mae Shigehiro Francis Higa 272 Jim Higa 260 Helen Higa 227. Mao T.amayose 223. Masa Goshinmon 222 Mas Shigehiro 306 Sandy Shigehiro 283 Sumi Medoruma 274 Marj Fujita Ken Kamitomo 291 Tom Higa 291. Betty Tomiyama 275 WEDNESDAY MORNINC Tilley Roberts 305 Jellie Conrad Sandra Cropley 272 Gloria Baltiis Carol Daye 251 Marv Moss Lois Woir 271 Ela'ine Yates 254. Kay Davison 3D6. Joyce Filan Sydney Riplev 255 MARTINIZING Alta Clarke Pat Leclair Isabella Bergman 326 Myrna Teeter 317 Carolyn Wilde 286 Masa Goshinmon 272 Marilda Brown Barbara Buijert 289 .Marie Oseen Inga Seltenhammer 258. CALLED AT 327-3203 ED BAUER FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS DON KIRKHAM INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern Alberta Flre-Auto-Personal- Commercial DOUGBOYER Sales Representative 308 9th St. S. Phone 328-1228 327-3203 5th Ave. and S. Lathbridge Herald Building A Division or Federated Limited BL AIRMOHf LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower 7th Shopping Mill 321-7411 ADDING MACHINES... Pronghorns defeated EDMONTON University of Alberta Golden Bears started their Canada West Men's Intercollegiate Basketball season on a winn- ing no.te Friday night with an easy 88-63 victory over Unjversity of Lethbridge Pronghorns. Steve Ignatavicius led the Golden Bears with 17 with Wally Tollestrup adding 16. Gary Williams and Max X.iugg each had 16 points for the Pronghorns. who trailed 57-35 at the half. Meanwhile Charlotte Shmyr scored 10 points to pace U of A Pandas to a 46-26 victory over U of Pronghorns in a Canada West Women's Basketball game Friday night. Alberta exploded to put the game out of reach in the se- cond hall after taking a 17-12 halftime lead. Sandra Knight. Lilja and Barb Paton shared the scoring honors for the losers with six points each. In Victoria the University of Saskatchewan Huskiettes Fri- day edged the University of Victoria Vikettes 52-50 in the i M si VVi-sl University Women's H.i-ArllKill game for both IIMIIIS ilns season. K.ni'N Kusler. a national women's learn led ilic winners with 21 points ulule Harb Wilson hyd 12 pi'inls lor lluskielles before hulling out Atkinson topped ikeiie scorers with 14 '.iianl l.nnia McHattie. a iliiril-ycar Vikolte. was taken mil ol Ihe game with live Miiiiules remaining in the hall when she sul- ii'ivtl a had ankle sprain. She exported to be out of Ihe lineup lor tonight's return IIMlrll The learns were lied at 28-2H hall i MHO. Huskieltes won ihe yaiiio at Ihe foul sink- ing eighl ot 14 attempts while X'ikelles could only manage points from 12 shots. I'lm'Orsity of Victoria Vikings irampled the taller I'nivorsily ol Saskatchewan Huskies 81-51 in a men's basketball game. The Vikings raced to a 42-27 lead at the hall and contained everyone except fourth year veteran Hob who uot points. 16 in the last halt. I'ard llogeweide led the balanced I'.V.I.C. attack with in two more than I Install. .Inn Duddridgc and TIMII Holmes had II and 10 points respectively for the w i liners. In Calgary Hev Barnes with 17 points and Carol Wilson and Silcott with 16 each paced i'mversity of British Colum- bia TlumdereUes to a 95-29 win over University of Calgary Dmnies in university women's basketball. Turney added points anil Nora Ballantyne coiili ibuted 12. Moiya Tilling with nine points was top scorer for the I Mimics. Kodiaks earn win Alta. Four teams advanced Friday night to the semi finals following first round vic- tories in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Pre- season Basketball Tour- nament. Camrose Lutheran College defeated Red Deer College 82- Briercrest Clippers down- ed Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Mount Royal College of'Calgary up- pnded Northern In- stitute of Technology and Lethbridge Community College defeated Grant MacEwan Community College of Edmonton 77-56. The tourney concludes tonight. 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DEC. p.m. Henderson Lake Ice Centre LETH Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS OYEN Dec. 2 p.m. LETH Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS vs Drumheller EVERYONE WELCOME ;