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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI UIHBRIDGB HLRALD '.niutdoy, December 4. Visitors find il rough going us LCI tourney slurls mis emerge with opening round Brett Wilson, Mike Goinkc ami .'iddcrl 1 1 points rhampions.up title st.iy in Soull-mi MU'rta tins year. .southern Icaiu.s --the Catholic (Vmral Cf.tigars, Kaymond Comets and the host Hams nlcnt; with dt'lVml- champion Kremlin Coiiiiar.s f-arned solid vidnvios and mov- fi ii.io the championship divi- Mtm in Ihe opening day of ac- tion Friday. Thr CCHS Coupars enured fo n vir.torv over I ho Ed- nint.i just four points nwny They continued fit hammer from Ihe lead bul couldn't the backboards and held a .12- kcrp up momonlnm. 17 lead ,'it hnlf-Iinie. points smjtii was the hit? gun for (.lie Comets dunking 19 f-oe rimmed apiece. (Jerry Hamel ;.nd Dave Rlas- etti Mink -JO and l-l points re- spectively in a losinfi cnu.se. The bluest .surprise in the opening day of art ion c ;i in e when I lie three time winning lUiymond Comets over-power- pom Is while DOUR West and Walter followed close Sheldon Williams of Kegina 64- LC! frounced Calgary Henry Wisov.ood Warriors UK'I and the Kremlin Cougars sunk Cal- gary St. Francis Browns (12-50. The Catholic Cn.trnl Cougars trailed '27-25 at. half time in the tourney opener but fought back In defeat t.ho, Ross Shop- pa rd Thunck'rbirds, eo favor- in the event. behind with !7 and 16 The host also had an easy time in the first round of play .imasliing the llcnr Warriors in fine fa- shion. A capacity crowd watched cd "'i'ho'shcldon''williamsPSpar-1 "K eompletdy dominate i the four quarters picking up 35-3 and -17-13 leads. Bryco Thomson could be con- sidered Ihe star of the game ;is he notched 2- points and was iho key fissure in the re- deportment. Mark llaslam flipped in 10 I points to help the winning cause while XFarty Maxwell and TeiTy Korlh added eight points apiece .Mike Johnson was the top man for the Warriors earning 14 points. Action resumed this morn- ing when Ross Sheppard took Narrow victories for two EDMONTON iCP Handy Hover was Ihe key to; On the end and a last-; their success hooping in big, rock takeout, also in an extra ft Irancis Browns at points while Peter Sikora end. gave victories to Bob and Henry met chipped in with 13. heavily the loose boaiTls hall off the kick- Pickering and Bill McCallunr T'riday night as they battled to reach Sunday's four-rink show- down in the Canadian Open cor bcnspicl. Sheldon Williams at Otbolic Central met Krem- lin at while at the host Rams faced the Raymond Comets. The Thundcrbirds. who went from Milestone, 'f sct Sask.. needed the single "TO o clock while the ft- B nal will Ire rim off at nine. down fi.ditins were led by Steve and In the second game of the day. the defending champion Kremlin Cougars Iiad their hand's full uhcn Ihey took on the SI. Franc's Browns. Considered as one of the fa- vorites, the Kremlin squad from racked up a half- lime lead and hung nn tn gain Of the victory. u-j The Browns pui out a solid effort in the second half of play and cut their deficit by seven edge Roy Talhot of Red Deer 9-8 when Tiilbot was inches short of drawing to the four- foot ring. Pickering now meets Gil Myler of Edmonton, who upset highly-rated Doug Wan- kel of Elbow, Sask., D-o. McCallum, from Edmonton, used the ta'kooul to beat inns champion Yir also FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE ASK YOUR DRUGSTORE FOR iMMUN PERFECT IMPORTERS TRADING POST P.O. Box 63-M, Vancouver. B.C. 11-9. McCallum meet Harold Worth of De- le, Sask., who had a five- Barbar ender on the, eighth and edged' past Bob Dudar of Winnipeg 10.n. In the battle for the B event. Ron Northcott of Calgary eli- minated Bob Hawkins of Ed-! monton. In a B battle lietween two j former Canadian champions, Prodrir Dec Gcrvais of St. Albert, Alia., to tile button io beat Matt Baldwin of Edmon- ton 8-7 on an extra end. Norm Rose of Sedgewick. Alia., beat IJoyd Woolley of. Calgary 10-4 and Ken Ursuliak r of Edmonton downed Ron Hampton cf Edmonton 13-10. CCHS 59 ROSS SHEPPARD 49 CCHS Gallant 10, Mychasiuk, It- srkora 13. Boaudin, Federskeil c. 1, Fcreslell Kenwocd, Rcvr 19, Dudas 7, Hydychuk. Tclal 57. Ross slieppard Byir.qton, Man r.in: 5, Wague i, Jensen. AAnlnvrhuk 7 Vay, rairbanks. Wilcox 10. Panteluk IS, Morion. Total 49. KREMLIN 63 ST. FRANCIS 55 Kremlin Engebrelson, Toner, wll '.on 11. Curtmsn 7, Gomke 11, Po lintilrn 7. II, S. Rambo. Rp n ovr.ki. AVCnrmick, Lee 15, Jornfn son. c Rambo, Werbelow. Total f.1. St. Francis Hamel !0, Takacs Ripplinper 9, A. Barhnr 8, Blasettl 14, McLallerty SHELDON WILLIAMS 48 Raymond Smith 19, Nalder, West s Barootes Csmpbll IB. P 7, Jaroby tj, P Phillips 5, v.'l Total 'IP. LCI 63 HENRY WISEWOOD 31 LCI fi, Olson, Strong, Yellowhorn 2. Kircliner, Haslam 10 Stubbs 3. Andreschuk 7, Shackleford 2, Andrevr, I, Korth B, Thomson 22, Day. Tolal 6'1. sn. Shaw, Deve Shaw, Cook, Phi i if.', 2, Hagcrman 7, Thomp- i- What a wonderful Gift Suggestion for Him! the ____ Go-toothers a co-ordinated blazer and slack with a separate slack for anytime... Firth Go-topclhers nre A u-ardrobe-strelching an pnsy-poing blazer co-ordinated with pair of shirls m a current geometric design, another pair of co-ordinated slacks in 8 tinlH uliecl pattern you're going, day or nlphl. '.nu ran wp.nr Gn-logethera. They Bra lipr-> now. in .1 rnncn of colours and SIKORA PUTS IT UP AND IN Peter Sikora, 14, of Hie Catholic Central Cougars puts two points on the Scoreboard as he makes good a layup. Too late fo stop Sikora is Don Wilcox (22) of Ross Sheppard Thunderbirds of Edmonton. Action took place in the annual LCI tournament MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7th Street S. USE OUR IAY-AWAY PLAN Phone 327-2073 More games on lap tonight. Southwest leaue oens Four big games were staged in the Southwest '-B" Boys' Basketball League Friday night. The Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels travelled to Vauxhall and dumped the Vikings 53-37 beiu'nd Ed Dick's 15-point per- formance. Murray "Brown led the Vik- ings with 10 points. In Picture Butte the host Su- gar Kings edged the Milk Riv- er Earle Rivers High School Glen Tanaka hooped 19 poinls for the Sugar Kings while Barn- mail- aged a solid JS-poiiil. effort in a, losing ratjsr. Talter W. R. Myers sunk our basket in the final minutes of play and squeezed past the Winston Churchill Bulldoos 40- 33. Barry Hansen was top scorer for the winners with 15 points and Cyril Pa.tson lead the losers with 12. Brian Peterson and Mark Hcrshoy swished 12 points apiece and led Stirling to a pnnvincng victory over Fort Alacleod. Len Zocteman managed 12 poinls in a losing cause! In "C" Boys' competition Loaldale trounced Vauxhall 47- Picture Unite tripled up Milk River .19-21 and Stirling outpointed Fort Macleod 45-2B. In girls' action, Charlene Ont- (ean racked up 20 points and cd Hie Kate Andrew's Larks to win over Ihe Vauxhall Vi-Quccns. Heather Jacobson picked tip 10 points for the Vi-Queens who trailed 20-18 at half-time. Pat Scnandor also had f.he j sharp eye last night netting 20 pouits to lead the Winston Churchill Griffins to a 39-19 victory over Taber. Phyllis Farrows led Taber with seven points. In Milk River, Lhc host girls didn't like (he company they entertained receiving a 32-14 thumping. Mary Chronik led (he over- powering Picture Butte guests with 11 points. In Soul h west Basketball League action tonight four games are en tap in the boys' division while three are set to go in the girls'. Vauxhal! Vikings will travel to Fort Macleod. Stirling Lak- ers will be at Winston Chur- chill. Taber visits Miik River and the Kate Andrews Gaels host Picture Butte. In girls' play. Fort Macleod takes on Vntixhall Vi-Quccns in Vauxhall, the Winston Chur- chill Griffins travel to St. Majy's and Milk River will be entertained by Taber. Darts MEN'S CITY LEACUR G, Mirmri rychnk, Miners Minor-, Winrri....... onzie, ANAP stok, Wineri I iviion 'owrtl, ANAf: I ANAP amor., Miner-, .m. TOY DEPART! International Harvester can now offer you a very impressive selection of lays at our Manufacturer's cost price to you! Here ore just o fow of our many model toy. avail- able to you COMBINE PICKUP TRUCK TRACTOR TUT BED TRUCK SPREADER HAY BALER HAY RAKE BARGE WAGON GRAIN DRILL PAY LOADER Our International Combine features: real gear driven beater action, real all-wealher enclosed cab, real rubber lircs, real open grain tank wilh swivelling grain spoul. AND SELLS FOR ONLY Our International GRAIN ami LIVESTOCK TRUCK, GRAVITY FEED TRUCK, nnd our FARM LOADSTAR TRUCK TOYS, CQ SELL FOR ONLY ......ench INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 Stafford Drive, tclhbridgo Phone 327-3125 Golden Bears sink Pronshorns EDMONTON versity of Alberta Golden Bears swamped University of Leth- bridge Pronghorns 90-05 Friday night in Western Canada Inter- collegiate Men's Basketball. The victory was Alberta's third in five games in the Roc- kies Division of the WCIAA. Lethbridge now is 1-6. Alberta jumped ahead 16-5 after only five minutes and led 48-28 at half time. Guard Bob Morris led Alber- ta with 17 points and Greg Stewart added ]2. Clark Sloan led Ijcthbridge with 14 points and teammate Don Hamilton contributed 11 before fouling out with '10 min- utes left. Ten Golden Bears shared In the scoring. The teams meet again tonight in Edmonton. ..Meanwhile in Saskatoon a 19- point explosion early in the sec- ond half and some tight defen- sive play in the final minute carried University of Saskatch- ewan Huskies to a 76-73 vic- tory over University of Bran- don Bobcats in Friday night. The Huskies trailed 44-43 af- ter just 40 seconds of the sec- ond half, then exploded to click for 19 successive points and a 52-44 lead. The [orders widened fhe mar- gin Io nine poinls but the Bob- Minor liocl a 5-2 win over the Bisons in Pec Wee action Friday night. Allan Duval, Mark Ully and Ion Erais chipped in with solo markers while Reg Heggen and Blair Nyrose replied for the Bl- ms. Don Ennis flipped in a third )eriod marker and paced the Tigers to a 3-2 victory over the Vikings in another Pee Wee division contest last night. Bobby Odncy and Danny La- ronde managed to aid the win- ning cause with a goal apiece. Richard Van Luk and Mark Lamainc scored for the Vikings. In Spud Midget League ac- ion tire Lelhb ridge Midget Colts edged the Lethbridge Bantams 5-4 last night. The Bantam's took an early 2-0 first period lead, but couldn't hang on as the Colts ammcd in three goals in the econd to cam the victory. Ray Heath cote and Gary Vlann led the Colts with two apiece while Baden Pill 32 seconds left. From then on, a combina- tion of fine defensive play and two foul shoi.s proved the dif- ference. The leading scorers for the Huskies were Bob Thompson and Tom Gosse, each with IS points. They also sank the free- throws in the final minute to clinch victory. Bill Lacy and Paul Jacoby added 14 points each for the winners. The game's leading scorer wss Brandon's .ferry Hemming with 2.1 points, while team-mate Mike Vaira had 18. Brandon led 40-33 at the end of the first half. In Saskaloon Heather Witzcl sank 20 points for the winners as University of Saskatchewan Huskieltes w-on their third straight game Friday night, Brandon Bobbies 68-39 in Western Csnada Intercolle- giate Women's basketball. Shcrrill Roberts added 17 ng chipped in with a siiHctnn poinls for Saskatchewan while Dot Ostertag fired home 10. SNORTS OUT CANBERRA, Australia (Reu- ter) Federal senators have been banned from wearing Hon Moser scored twico for ho Bantams while Cliff Miya- hiro and Mark Baldry added i goal each in a losing cause. The Stampeders skated to a lard fought 3-2 victory over he Comets in Midget division ction. Mark Campbell, Les Caiman. ._. ,.._ ____ Jid Larry Peto notched a goal j by the senators house commiC piece for the Stamps while tee after three members wore >yron Lee and Ken Siebert shorts in the chamber during a cored for the Comets. J heat wave. shorts at sittings of Parliament. Senate president Sir Magnus Cm-mack called for (he ruling ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F Innesola ircagn ilifornia llsburqh liladclphla Louis 05 Angeles EADERS K NY t, NY Perrcault, BuF Martin. But P. Hull. Chi Mlkita. Chi Rousseau, NY Ullmsn, Tor 9 7 fi 66 69 26 7 13 5 63 86 19 7 IX A 60 flO IB 7 15 5 69 99 15 I Division 17 A 37! 38 37 16 7 7 77 J6 3-1 9 IS 3 G-i 114 21 1 14 2 65 73 30 7 11 5 50 69 19 G A Pis IE 17