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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Wl lITHMrOCi HHAID J, ml LCI, Catholic Central and Magrath win Southern clubs come up strong By LLOYD V.l.MAGISHI Herald Sports pumped In 12 poirils to Tim P.oJlingjon's 20-ooinl per-I After the third quarter or points for Ihe Rams, gary's seven for ihe win. formance, moved into the play, the Cougars took over the 11 while Kim Adamion led Lhe Panthers 1 championship side semi-finals lead by a 33-31 margin, but Renvick and C. Dwglai flipped All three southern Alberta 10 poLjtts while Cra'-v-' by edging Kremlin-Gilford Cou- line ahwling by Rolling- in 17 and ]G poinis respectively high school teams participating fcrrt chipped in with nice. gars from Montana 51-43. son arid John EaWerson gave the Tartans, who were call- in the siith annual LCI Invita- Kerry Brett and Tony Peter- The Zeniths grabbed an earry the Zeniths the final edge. eA oa I i infractions during tha tional Boys' Basketball Tourna- son replied (or Calvary with 12 1M first quarter kad. but the Baldersori hooped K points in fovr quarters o! play, roent in the running points apiece. Cougars carne hack before haU- the while Vostn Tourney action resumed tWa ior the 1972 championship title Tr.e Magrath Zeniths, led by rime to nanw tht ?ap lo aged 17 points in a losing morning at whsti Grand alter first round action ceased cause. hit the fiwr with Krem- Friday night. KCT? Pollington a.'M Betterf Jin-Gilford. The fefecding tourney cham- "1 TT 1 'n a losing effort. contest was. lo follow pton Catho'jc Central Cougars, Magraui Zeniths, the host LCI Rams and the Valier Panthers ocer.ert with victories before a Stirling Lakers wun .-Jb t ths corsolaiion optned their for a trey dropped a side iftmi-fisals ai'-er suffering ond s'-Tei'eh: -it'e is '.riev edged sion to the E-le Rivers CorEtu in their opening VT. R. .Mvsrs Trof-teri in .'-lili River niEbr.. In LJ-.C- tourrey occr-er. ihe CCH5 Cougars picked up a com- zi 20-6 paced the Lakers with while Ed Dick 13 All disked LCI lileraliy on 10 defect Grar.c Forks '-foives w Eri-ih Columbia r. -54. Share Oitr.- Marty Kirsche arf Tlth a 22-p'jini I V, NOT.' GO O rjiriis ir, a h th.e cr.'.y nrr.e r r-- .ss....' J oi ihe K-rrJ raves iour dinererxe ttr.e IE thrrd when r.Kted II A gams to future V.V-vji- Tr.e v itr: i 0 rvr-" Ciyce e M? _ Tr. STRETTON GRA3S REBOUND Al Srrefcn crcbs a Tn LCI, Cc'-C'ic c-d f-eir cpe-.i-g Locals Jiaie 4-1 record Prongliorns impressive v toureey. oi- a-rl with jurt eilh: c-vei-.-l 'Vi sr-r-! pUy, Cr.urchili Cs'.gary re'.ii ir. ?-7 r-.arEir, ;j-e 52 Psl msraged 13 anw the cusner. s in effin. r' trsvelj '.n -.-iiits In rxjy 5 Cr.urchii! piys a visit to Taber, Tr.e Par- fi.tai fislcers arj ;o the VICTORIA CSpec nx picked rjj sovrsd 22 poirjj cisht tn lesri L'-i.ersirr of Leihbridge Pronghorrji to a 64-42 vicwry over oc Victoria in a Car.ariz West Ar.hfeic eiation Ea5ketbai; Lea e Ezine. It the Pronghorr-1 Rradghi jj in five stats as they rsst ia first piace. Tollestrup. a TLZ-foof.. "sho player! with Erigham University h3 Utah, got pier.iy from KerTiLf had :2 rebour.d5. ar.d s Tom 1! poirii. Ir. Uiird fe'es'.. Hcra-ever. 'j-.e bro'tfi 2 by crushing L-'-rhhr.'ige's rrjen'fl team Victoria got a lormance in __ -.'-r Co: r-VX gsn 20 r !ryv. for i' York traded w.--- Dave Eeveriser.. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Ravmond teams lose tred s sU.Ti ir. ezh fcaske-.ball toe Ha! Me for wxhw P.icrJe lU.Ti. Larry San hi Pacres, :be Corv TftTc.-, ior Sam IT aryl Save for tr.e TrxIiar-5., ]ed Aiyts to an Oral. Ir. "ft'1 n Bravis 'ft'' catxhtr Earl VTUlianvi 5r.ort.-.Vyp Taylor w 3ai- IS poin'i for Pat Tor tr.e ;r. arji a', Lxm if-.rrtTji L5 Oa'Vs. L T w A r i: y, 7 j n 7 11 ti L T P A Ffi. r 1 i': Y> JJ J 1 7i i? i' v i u ii T v. c 'ft 1! r' n n a u CAHSOJl WEST b> break f.l ir. e. _ .beot.s tcerc loomnu for upset f-.-i'ir. ------------------------------------------S---------------i-------- v. i Rangers needed three rallies L FTI J 1 i defence. Leona 01 DUNLOP FORD Renf-a-Trock V i :r. ti-.e-.r .'or the e at FORD PENT-A-CAR SYSTEM Need a Truck One Ton (Open or Covered) Economy Cars ir. 'he Fr.tey Jim sr Rarsw? J-.ave sivj Brid rr, t el jx.-rirxl Ah ihty An- ;r, a 2-2, are i-rf'jtt ir. Tsri Ir.v.t Brur.e Marlre- !i.y. Pinto Maverick Torino SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES CAU NOW! DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD, 16th cnt) M.M. Driv? S., tot DUNLOP FORD TAD CAR NOTIO SKI SCENE SPORTS LTD. COLLEGE MAU will now be known as DIETER'S SKI AND SPORTS DIFTR GRENGROSS, Locaticni Mall Phona 317-0553 gor F'yr varying a '-j.-oken A by in righf. rd.s. In tf-.e third vir.tA 'd of sir.h-p'ife ir.ft sr.'l Iff. tie jj -ii'.r. Swis S.--A r.'r. -ffir.A HI i '.ho, ' >O-A roal.1. For Vo'r.k 'Mr. V.'e.r >d Sftsli -.-'.r. '.-..o Ry.k jot ore. J.-- It. a for In try; World Friday a.1, a Min- -x'j SainU a N'atiorih, fifth In m oil pravi rf'op (nts Soorli ''.f oM yo IT. LO'JII 1 O 7 V West the 4-3, in the V.'na.'ers and Oilers :rV, -f-fffi1, -tyt. in r-x, O' Ir, or.e ng orJy -A firth iri 22 of irnproverr.'.TA v.-if.h the r' S'-slie Px.-rr.ift parent ,_ U U l_B ond ELRICH TIRE Present Junior B Hockey Action 5ATU9DAY, DEC. 2 P.M OLDS at LETHBRIDGE SUNDAY, DEC. 3 J.-30 P.M. DRUMHEUER at LETH8RIDGE Ail be played at HENDERSON ICE CENTRE ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 402 In An. Sovrti fSeo. MZ4MA or 137-444} LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;