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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta mm 19 straight Lakers within one tying hoop mark AssocTATF.n niEss Angeles Utkers have the town talWr.g and (he oilier National Basketball Asso- n loams talking to Uiem- high Thursday night, winning their I9lh straight game with a 124-111 decision over Golden State Warriors. Los Angeles now is one short I of the NBA record for consecu- ;ers continued to ride I live victories and get a chance lacks boycott i Cornell squad SHARP-EYED SANDRA Competing in the Scarborough High School archery champ- ionhips in Toronto Sandro MacNeil shows o sharp eye as she follows the flight of the ar- row. The competition drew over archers. Moose Jtnr ars N.Y. CAP) Cor- I'niversity's black baskcl- players among them i me squad's two leading j scorers-have begun a boycott I in a reported attempt to force i starting roles for more Negroes. I The boycott by the six players began unannounced Wednesday, when all skipped a practice ses- i sion. night, Ihcy sat im- in the balcony of Man- i Icy Field House at Syracuse University and watched their nine white team-mates lose to Svracusc Orangemen, 95-82. With the Christina1: holidays; victory over the liaymoral Com- In girl's action, Kale Andrews j rieht around i h o corner, i els and losing by n to the Cath-; Larks will make a trip to Fort i the South Albert.') "V Basket-iolic Central Cougars. Macleod, Winston Church 1111 ball league Conference have i The Cougars will twcl lo i Griffms will be in Vauxhal! for n handful of "games Raymond_ Snfeht and hope contest_ will, Wfc this weekend. In the "A" Boy's Conference ooe came will bo. run-off i keep on the winning track'. St. Mary's host Milk River and Lasl weekend the Cong a r s the Picture Buttc Sugar_Queens i picked up three straight Letbbridgc while the other en- counter will be staged in Ray- mond. The LCI Rams will be look- ing for their first league vic- tory as they hosl the Cardston Cougars tonight. The Rams lost their league opener to the Magrath Zeniths iC-52. Card.sLon. under the guidanre of Tim Tollcslrup sport a 1-1 rcrorrl. earning tones and captured the fifth an- Invitational lourna- ment. Both these games will com- mence at I) p.m. with a prelim- inary "B'' Boy's encounter at Meanwhile in Southwest Bas- ketball action four gamei will be staged in the boy's division and another four is set fnr the girls tonight. take on the Dawns at Tabcr. dislikes derision Two exhibition games are also set for tonight. The Lethbridgc Community Kodiaks will continue their ex- hibition basketball season, host- ing the Saskatchewan Institute of Technology Beavers of Moose Jaw. According lo team officials seating will be limited and tick- ets will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Kv. Why Not Give Mom or Sis o PURSE? ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE See Our Windows! BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. is for! commission. The state has asked the Ken- tucky court of appeals to re- verse a lower court ruling that Dancer's Image should be de- clared winner of the 1968 Ken- tucky Derby. Assistant Attorney General George Rate filed the. state's final brief Thursday asking Uw high court lo uphold the original decision cf the state racing 5 w -.'a w IS fi ffi fa M Car dub plans rally Aciion is set for S p.m. the of 'xjtlihridgc Pronghoni women's varsity will be idle this week- end. After splitting two games ngainst the University of Al- That decision denied the first- purse to Peter Fuller's colt on the ground that a forbidden medication had teen found in the horse's system and awarded it to Forward Pass, which was second under the wire. Fuller is a Boston sportsman. RKVEnSED DECISION Franklin Circuit Court over- ruled the racing commission on iwta' Pandas last weekend, the Dec. 31, 1370, on the ground that local earned themselves three way tic for second place, sity of British Colum- racing commission che- mist's conclusion that phenylbu- tazonc was in Dancer's Image's 'Hie rcccnilv-formed 1-elli- uuuon bridge Car Club will stage a j bia and the University of Vic- j system was toed on made- rally Sundav afternoon loria sport right points apiece quate and conflicting tests. A novice Vallv it is designed for a first place tie while the! In he brief filed as a winter ra'llv and will go i Pronghoms along with U of C. Tliurscay Kabe said it was in- ahead in any weather. i Dinnics and the Pandas share; tended "to answer the and Recistration is fo- 11 10 i second with (wo wins and four additional issues raised for the with a charge of lo cover the j for Jour i first time on this appeal" in the cost of plaques. The first tar will leave at Drivers aro asked to meet al 7cllcrs park- inn TiiR event is open tn tho 2fl cars rcpisirrrd. Plaque1? vill be, awarrlrd for the firsl Ihrry- cars tn finish over all as wrll as the lop three novice drivers. he defeated. the scoring departmcnl.. j M i n n ie Van Dicren of the I Froiighorns and Dianne Hawk- ey of the Pandas share Hie lead SAVE NOW ON "LIKE NEW" 1971 MODEL DEMONSTRATORS 1971 CHARGER 2-DR. H.T. Blue. 318, A.T., P.5., R. Now NOW 1971 POLARA SPECIAL 2-DR. H.T. ue-Whife. Vinyl roof, 318, A.T., P.S., P.B. R. New NOW......... 1971 POIARA 4-DR. Bronze. 318, A.T., P.5., P.B., R. New NOW 1971 CHRYSLER NEWPORT Cutlom 2-Dnor H.T. Gold, A.T., PS., P.B., R. New S591S.OO. NOW PLUS SPECIAL PURCHASE CHRYSLER LEASE CARS 1971 CHARGER 500 2-Door H.T. Groy with blnck, vinyl roof, 318, A.T., P.S., R. Buckets and Console, 1.600' miles. NOW ONLY........... 1971 MONACO 4-DR. H.T. SEVERAL OTHER 1971'S TO CHOOSE FROM Blue, .160, A.T.. P.S., P.B., R. 9.700 niilev ONLY KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11 St. S. LETHBRIDGE 'YOU CAN COUNT ON US' brief for Rabc declared there was "overwhelming evidence" lo support the racing commission's findings and there was "no legal basis" for Franklin Circuit cy 01 mi; i -annas MIIIC uic iva.. with 73 points apiece in en- Court to suhstilute its own jurlg- counlcrs for a 12.1 average per j menl for thai of the comrais- sion. SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Lethbridge Warriors vs Brooks Legionciires Sqt.r Dec. 11 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults 75c Children 25C Students 50c None would comment publicly on the reason for their boycott, but sources on the Cornell cam- pus said Ihc players primarily were pressing for more stalling berths on the all five positions. The sources said the players accused Cornell of having an informal quota sys- tem allowing no more than three blacks on the court at one time. Two of Ihc boycolters already were starters sophomore for- ward Brian Wright of Brooklyn, scoring leader with a 23.3 point average, and soph guard Jefi Howard of Bridgeport, Conn., second highest with a 19-point average. ONE IS CO-CAF'TATN" The other blacks are. co-cap- lain Tom f'parks. senior for- ward from Bridgeport: Carmel (Skeeder) Stewart of Pitts- burgh. Pa., and Otis Story of Jamaica, N.Y.. both sophomore guards; and ,lohn Coles, junior centre from Washington, D.C. By contrast, all five of the blacks on Cornell's freshman team played in the university's contest against the Syracuse yearlings. Head coach Jerry Lace refused Thursday night to go beyond a mimeographed state- ment that said: "Six black basketball players did not make the trip to Syra- cuse because they have ques- tions and grievances. I plan to discuss tlie situation with the rest of the squad." The Cornell basketball varsity plays iLs next game Saturday night at home against Fairfield. Trotters settle terms MONTREAL (CP) A spokesman for the Montreal Forum said Thursday the strik- ing Harlem Globetrotters bas- ketball team apparently has reached agreement with the club's management and will re- sume its tour. The spokesman said he was advised Thursday morning Uiat the two sides had reached a set- tlement and that the agreement was to he ratified in Port Huron, Mich., later in the day. The team has been hooked into the Forum Dec, 18, to make up for an earlier cancellation caused by the strike, the spokesman said. The players went on strike in Port Huron in mid-November, maintaining they would remain off the court until management met their demands for im- proved conditions and more meal money. to tie Milwaukee Bucks' marlc in t o n i g h t 's contest against Phoenix Suns. The Suns' current eight-game winning streak has been buried in all the fuss over the amazing Laker they continued to play hot ball with a 135-115 triumph over Atlanta Hawks Thursday night. Tn the only other NBA game, Detroit Pistons defeated Chi- cago Bulls 110-107. In American Basketball Asso- ciation action, it was Virginia 115, New York 114 in overtime; Kentucky 103, Indian 101 and Pittsburgh 124, Dallas 113. BACKCOURT HOT For the second night in a row. the Lakers' backcourt scored more than 70 points. Jerry West scored 33 and Gail Goodrich had 36 to help the Los Angeles cause. Los Angeles built a 24-point lead in the third quarter before the Warriors rallied behind Caz- Russell to cut the margin to 111-105 with four minutes to play. Goodrich and West each hit a jump shot to build the margin to 10 points, pulling the game on ice. Connie Hawkins scored 17 points in the first half to help Phoenix streak to an insur- mountable 66-44 lead at inter- mission. Paced by Jimmy Walker and Bob Lanicr. Detroit rallied from deficits of 21 points in the sec- ond quarter and 10 mth left in the game to beat the stub- born Bulls. ANDY CAPI bib NER BRING ME A PRESENT BACK? 'OW WAS THE PUB OUTING? THE OLbER 'E GETS THE MORE je BEHAVES) 'IMSELF Bowling scores Minor hockey A goal by Ken Siebert with just 30 seconds left to play in the game earned the Stamped' ers a 2-2 lie with the in Midget League action. Glenn Mills had scored ear- lier while Mike Burla and Barry Onlkean replied for the Ti-CaU. Four players shared in the scoring while Brian Andres gol the shutout as the Comets blanked the Eskimos 4-0 in an- other Midget game. Mark Campbell, Jack Sleight- holm, Lawrence Gardiner -and Ron Gretzinger shared the j scoring for the winners. Brian Wright and Handy Rammage s 1 a p p cd in two markers eacli and led the Bru- ins to a 10-0 romping over the Blades in Bantam "B" action Thursday night. Kevin Crawford, Sidney De- Graaf, Robert Henderson, Doug Bergcr, Mike Golufc and Ken Serb'] chipped in with a goal apiece. David Crighton registered the shutout.. In Bantam "A'1 action, the Lalwr Club Bees received a two goal performance from Greg Montoith lo trounce tiro Marions 7-0. Keith Miyashiro, Lome Os- mond, Brian Van Bueren, Le- roy Pavan and .John Layng aid- ed with solo markers. CAPRI BOWL NU-MODE HOMES Kay Wheeler 596 Mel Amatto 2; Dianne Parascak 250; Laverne Scljow 262; Eunice DsvirJ 278; Mary Wishnevski 295; May Hleberf ?9B Karen Laronde 752 Annabetfe Pruegger 248; Joyce Seirson 246; Ar- lene McKay 240; Joan Jones 236. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Jean Passey 267 Viney Law- rence 260; Inga Seltenhammer 259; Shirley Plonlke 260 Mao Popma 262; Pat Plomp 264 Frances rls 270; Pal Tunslall Janet ....Ie 297 (70.0; Marie Smith 2S5 Bonnie Slimatz 231; Ms) Scibert 230, HENRY HOMES Jirn Wright 331; 303; Yurchak 2B4 Norm oy ?83 Tom Adsms 182 (755) Sieve Mlklos 251; Diane Wilson 305; Roma Kruk Vera Ni- 306 Betty Peterson 265; McNecly 261 Jean Pas- ;ey 273 J.C.C.A. Nobby Tajlri 328 Shlg Goshl- non 331 Bob Omotanl 320 Ryo Nagata 299 George Fuiila 32S Tom Hiroshima 299 i Fujita 316 Kflye Ayukawa 790 Pat Tobo 2J9; Masa Goshi- ion 234; Fulila 254 Est- id Nagata 222; Flo Tomiyama 220. BOISE CASCADE Hugo Brees 231; Dave Waddell 195; Joe Wlttig 193; Bunny Wlttig 230; Janice Brown 211; Paulelle Ainsely 217; Doris HaUman 202; Lorraine Al- MORNING COFFEE Jean Mills 246; Necly Marlene Praskucli 262; Ellifl Harvle 23i; Jane Smyke 2S? Bernice Hay 2rfJ; Betty Hobbs 297 Rose Croplcy 259; Dorothy Coot- Idge 229; Vcra Nictolls 248; Isla Welch 261 Linda Aspeslet 226. MARTIN1ZING Bea Salmon 378 Jean Passey 401 Msrg Smith 333 Gier 261; Pat Plomp 261 Lor- raine Kirchner 305 Isabella nerqman 272 Mary Mihalik 2E? Carclyn 270 Lynn Bsksr 258; Betfy Hobbs 259; Bernics Hgy 256. 194. I GREEN'S SHOES Bill KosKoskl 359 Jack Smeed 303 Shi Pdkck 310; John Tin- prcli W Gecrp? 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