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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Catholic Central bounces Raymond Comets Rams impressive in victory over Cardston Cougars Saturday, December 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGf HERALD 9 Frazier looks in top shape By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer It was a long cold trip home for the Cardston Cougars alter Buttering a 70-42 shellacking by the host LCI Bams in Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball League action Friday night. Meanwhile in another league encounter, the visiting Catholic Central Cougars earned a 59-49 decision over the host Raymond Comets and came home with their second straight league victory The LCI Rams picked up their first league win as they out classed the Cougars be- fore a sparse home crowd carried the play throughout the full 32 minutes of action and were never real- ly threatened by the visiting Coach Hugh Tamblyn of the Rams went to his bench fre- quently as they rambled to JO- 10, 41 13 and 52-27 quarter Richard Andreachuk and Eryce Thomson, who saw lim- ited action, led the Rams' over- powering attack with 15 and 11 points respectively. Kelly Strong chipped in with eight points for the Rams who had a 51 per cent shooting av- erage from the field. Don and Doug Rich- ards paced the Cougars with eight apiece while Jack Ras- inussen and Perry Leishman added six each. In Raym o n d. the Catholic Central Cougars faced a dctcr- niinded Comets squad, but came up with the spoils after four quarters of play. The Cougars jumped to a their deficit to 37-35 with eight quick 14-8 first quarter lead and increased it by one more before half time. Trailing 27-20 going into the second half, the host Comets suddenly came alive and cut minutes remaining. Their come back bid fell short during the final quarter as a result, they suffered their second straight league loss. Calvin Poirior was the top ANDY CAPP E POPS IN NOW AN1 THEM TO FIND OUT WHAT'PS BEEN IP TO SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SAIES LTD. Third batting title for Oliva Here's a hockey oddity Chicago, which reached the I I finals of the Stanley Cup play I I last season, failed to ploca ny player on the first team I ll Stars named by the No- I All______ I tional Hockey League Writers Associalion after the season; I I and Montreal which won Ihe cup placed only one player, J. C. Tremblay, on the first E I I Here's an oddity from ihe National Basketball Associa- tion The last place team I I in the Midwest Division last season had a better record than the first place I team in the Central Division, Baltimore! Detroit won 45 and lost 37 but finished I last in its division, while Bal- timore won 42 and lost 40 and finished firstl I Did you ever realize how (many passers in the National Footbail League, oddly enough, all wear the number I 12 on their uniforms? Roger Stoubach of I Dallas, John Brodie of San Francisco, Terry Bradshaw Pittsburgh, Joe Namoth of the I BOSTON (AP) Veteran out- fielder Tony Oliva of Minnesota Twins moved into select com- pany in winning the 1971 Ameri- can League batting champion- ship with a .337 average. Official averages announced Ijy AL president Joe Cronin showed that Oliva became only the sixth player in league his- tory to win the batting crown three or more times. Other members of the distin- guished group are Ty Cobb with H titles, Ted Williams with six, Harry lleilmann with four, and Nap Lajoie and Carl Yastrzem- ski with three each. Oliva, 30, who won the batting championship as a rookie in 1964 and again in was plauged by knee trouble last season, appearing in only 126 games, but finished with the highest average since Norm Cash of the Detroit Tigers hit .361 in 1961. Bobby Murcer of New York Yankees was second with .331, and Men' Rcttenmund of Balti- more Orioles third with .318. Cesar Tovar of Minnesota was fourth with .311 and team-mate Rod Carew fifth with .307. Amos Otis of Kansas City Royals was Lhe only other player over .300, batting .301. 1 ;i Jets, Bob Griese of Miami, I Zeke Bratkowski of I Bay, Ken Stabler of Oakland, Greg Cook of Cincinnati and I Charley Johnson of Houston. II bet you didn't know Unl- royal Super Winteride Snow Tires are a low profile do- I signed full 4 ply nylon tire. In addition to being able to handle ull winter hazards I I they're specifically engineer- ed to whisper quietly along on dry pavement, a wonderful I feature for Southern Alberta type winters. If you haven't installed your winter tires as yet better get bere fast and lake advantage of our Car- I 11< .loot JTalci age whi :e it from Kirk's the people who know tires best I you can't do bettor than the best and that's Uniroyal. Bill Melton became Uie first Chicago White Sox player to win the league home-run champion- ship, hitting three in his final two games to finish with 33, one more than Cash and Reggie Jackson of Oakland Athletics. Harmon K i 11 e b r e w of the won his third runs-bat- ted-in championship, driving home 119. It marked the ninth time the veteran slugger has topped the 100-mark in RBI. Tovar led the league in hits with 204, while Baltimore's Don Buford scored the most runs with 99. Boston Red Sox' Reggie Smith and California Angels' Sandy Alomar led the league in two departments each. Smith was tops in total bases with 302 and hi doubles with 33. Alomar played the most games, all 162, and appeared at bat 689 times. Other league leaders were Fred Patek of Kansas City with 11 triples, Otis with 52 stolen bases in 60 attempts, Ron Theo- bald of Milwaukee Brewers with 19 sacrifice hits, and New York's Hoy White with 17 sacri- fice flies. Baltimore's champion Orioles led the league in batting with a .261 average, one point higher than Minnesota's team mark. point getter for the Cougars with 18 while John Dudas aided with 12. Walter Zobell hooped 19 and Rick Smith 12 in a losing cause. In "B" Boy's action the LCI Colls made it a clean sweep for the host school trouncing Cardston 63-35. Brian Maxwell and Craig Klovansky paced the Colls with 13 points apiece while Ross Wakelin chipped in with 12. Cardston, who trailed 38-13 at half time received a 10-point performance from Bruce Lea- vitt. The Mustangs defeated the Catholic Central Flyers 41-35 in Raymond giving the host school a split in two games staged last night. Tom Myndio notched 17 points for the Mustangs while Bob Moser rimmed 10 for the Fly- ers. In "B" Boy's exhibition ac- tion, the St. Mary's Warriors thumped the host Magrath Eagles 60-43. Kim Kan-en and Brad Wilde picked up 13 and 12 points each in a losing cause. In another exhibition encoun- ter, the Magrath Zeniths edged the visiting Mount Royal junior varsity 70-64 last night. The Zeniths, who shot 50 per cent from the field, held quar- ter leads of 18-15, 32-29 and 50-44. Rick Ponomar swished 20 points for the Zeniths while Burns Alston and John Balder- son dunked 12 and II points re- spectively to aid the cause. Al Pard racked up 12 points to lead Mount. Royal's attack while Lorne Wuori chipped in with 11. The Calgary junior varsity will take on ihe Catholic Cen- tral Cougars tonight with game time set for 8 p.m. Jacksonville Rockets put on the block JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) If anybody wants to buy a pro hockey team, all you need is and a lot of cour- age. Jacksonville Rockets of the Eastern Hockey League were put on the block Friday after seven seasons of financial losses. The new owner would also have to pick up about in debts, a spokesman for the team said. "I'll sell for anything, about 13 said Don Gibbons, board chairman of the team. "Anything to keep hockey alive in Jacksonville." The Rockets are 6-20-2 for the season, last in the EHL standings. Friday night's game against SI. Petersburg was called off league of- ficials awaited developments. Phil Lyne near title OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Phil Lyne of George West, Tex., put on a finishing kick in his bid for all around cow- boy honors in the United States national finals rodeo Friday night. Lyne roped and tied a calf in an arena record lime of 8.6 seconds, the performance net- ted him and pushed him a step closer title. Lyne has year. His to the all-around made this closest contender, Bob Berger of Norman, Okla., has made Action stopped at the rodeo while the 31st member was in- ducted into the National Rodeo Hall of Fame. The latest addi- tion is the late Bill a black cowboy who originated bulldogging. Kenny McLean of Okanagan Falls, B.C., won for a 4th- place finish in the saddle bronc competition, won by John McBeth, Atlanta, Kan., who picked up MONTREAL (CP) If Joe Frazier's arrival here Friday afternoon is any indication, Terry Daniels is in for a tough night in New Orleans, Jan. 15, when he attempts to wrest the world heavyweight boxing championship from Frazier. The champion arrived here for a charity dinner still fresh and full of bounce despite a 12-hour, 600-mile drive in a new car he picked up in De- troit. He was one of a dozen prominent athletes making a head-table appearance at the affair held an- nually to aid the Tiny Tim Fund of Hie Montreal Chil- dren's Hospital. Frazier literally bounced in to the pro-dinner news confer- ence, dressed in a black dou- ble-breasted suit and a white turtleneck sweater. He was immediately tile centre of at- tention. The champion was more in- clined to talk about his de- fence against Daniels, a lit- tle-known fighter from Dallas, than a re-match with Muham- mad Ali, nee Cassius Clay. REMATCH INDEFINITE He said a rematch with Ali was still indefinite, but could come "four months from now." Frazier decisioned Ali last March a. Asked what he thought of reports that Ali had "carried" his last opponent, Buster Matins, Frazier said: "I don't think anyone should carry an opponent. My way is 'go out and drop him'." Bounce Lakers 62-44 Milk River pulls off upset I See KIRK'S for I The Best Deal For Every Wheel! KIRK' TIRE SALES LTD. I "The Tire Experts" I Your UNIROYAL Dealer 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU j 1 i mm t KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. U Phono 423-7746 I KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. I 6701 SOIh Avi-nuo Phonn 223-3441 The Milk River Comets pull- ed-off the biggest upset of the young Southwest Basketball Conference season the Stirling Lakers 62-44 Fri- day night. M e a n w li i 1 e, the league moved into its third week of ac- tion staging three other boy's games along with four girl's encounters last night. In Milk River, the Comets were more than the defending provincial champion Lakers could handle as they constant- ly penetrated their defence for the score. Randy Evers led the Comet's attack with 20 big points while Barry Lodermcier chipped in with 14. Desi McKee hooped 14 In n losing came. The Taher W. B.. Myers Trot- ters picked up a 57-36 victory over the defending league champion Picture Butte Sugar Kings last night. Bob Hansen notched 21 points for Ihe Trotters while Al Aslolas sunk 15. In Coaldale, the Kale Am drews Gaels earned a slim 53- 46 win over the visiting Fort Macleod Flyers, Richard Low swished II) points for the Gaels while Lcn Zoeleman notched 16 for the Flyers. the Winston Churchill Bull- More sport on page 10 dogs came up with a 6347 vic- tory over the Vauxhall Vikings in the final boys game staged last night. Ken Shaskin and Jaek Chjmbryk ritrjned 15 and 14 points respectively for the Bull- dogs while Jack Remple netted for the Vikings. In girl's action, the St. Mary's squad over-powered the rookie Milk River Erie Rivers 68-12 Friday night. Bev Hunt racked up 19 points and Louise Peard 16 for the winners. Charlcne Ontkean flipped in 13 points as she led tlie Coal- dale Lakers to a 36-27 win over Fort Macleod. Anngert Hass managed 10 poinls for Fort Macleod. Kusan Frier was the top scorer picking up 14 poinls to lead the Winston Churchill Griffins to a, slim 34-29 vic- tory over the Vi-Quecns In Vauxhall last night. In Taber, the W. R. Myers Dawns earned a scor- over Picture Butte last night. Dianne Davis was the big point scorer of the game as she picked up 11 of Picture Butte's points. Action will resume tonight with four boy's and girl's games on lap. In boy's action, Coaldale travels to Taber, Winston Churchill visits Fort Macieod, Vauxhall hosls Milk River and Picture Butte entertains Stir- ling. In girl's play, St. Mary's takes on the Sugar Queens in Picture Butte, Vauxhall meets Erie Rivers in Milk River, Winston Churchill Griffins host Fort Macleod and Taber travels in Coaldaln. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, DEC. p.m. UNPRECEDENTED TRIPLE TAG MATCH LUECK AND BELAFONTE AND QUINN VS CAMPBELL AND VON HESS AND BLACK LEE v: TOMASSO _ SITO vs BABIC SULLIVAN vs ANSON 5 BIG BOUTS Box Office 7 p.m. Walcli STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC IV! AT DUNLOP FORD YOU CAN SAVE DURING THEIR... 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blue metallic willi while roof. 400, 2V, V8 engine. Automolic trans- mission, P.5., P.B., radio. Our Body Shop manager's cor. Reg. 1971 Retail 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP 429, 2V, V8, onto. Irpns., P.S., P.B., cruisn control, radio and sfereo, au- tomatic temperature control, air conditioner, power windows and power split-bucket seat, medium blue metallic with blue vinyl roof. Regular 1971 Retail '71 SELLOUT SPECIAL 1971 THUNDERBIRD 4-DOOR HARDTOP Exec, driven miles app. Er- mine while with brown vinyl roof. Fully equipped, P.S., P.D.B., radio and rear speakers, lilt wheel, pwr. trunk release, cruise control, oir condition ing, power windows and many other Ford Better Ideas. Reg. Retail SELLOUT SPECIAL ONLY 17 CARRY-OVER 1971 FORDS, TORINOS AND MUSTANGS BEING OFFERED AT INCREDIBLE SAVINGS! 1971 CUSTOM 500 FORD 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blue, white roof. Equipped with 351 V8, auto, trans., P.5., P.D.B., radio, block heater, rear defogger, w.w. tires, w. covers. A low mileage beautiful hardtop. Reg. Retail SELLOUT PRICE 1971 TORINO 500 4-DOOR SEDAN A Dunlop Ford rental unit with very Low mileage. White in color V8, au- tomatic trans., w.w. tires, wheel covers, block heater. Regular '71 SELLOUT PRICE 1971 MUSTANG 2-DOOR HARDTOP Our General Manager's wife's per- onal car. Approximately miles. Equipped with V8, automa- tic, P.S., radio. Springtime Yellow with black vinyl roof. Reg. 1971 letail I SELLOUT SPECIAL 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP Executive driven demo. This unit has app. 2300 miles, tight gray metal- lic with a green vinyl roof. Fully equipped with 429 V8 engine, auto, trans., P.5., P.D.B., radio and stereo, auto., air conditioner, pwr. seat and windows plus many other Ford Bet- ter Ideas. Regular Retail SELLOUT SPECIAL FORD GAL. 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP Dark blue with blue vinyl roof. 400 2V V8, auto, trans., P.S., P.D.B., radio and stereo, whitewalls and wheel covers, block heater. This is a low mileage demo with extended warranty available. Reg. 1971 Re- tail SELLOUT PRICE BRAND NEW 1971 TORINO 2-DOOR HARDTOP 2 door hardtop, medium blue metal- lic, automatic trans., W.W. lines, wheel covers, H.D. battery, block heater und many other Ford Bet- ter Ideas. This unit is equipped with a thrifty 6 cylinder engine and is ideal for student, nurse or teach- for Christmas. SELLOUT SPECIAL DUNLOP'S A-l USED CAR DECEMBER SELL-OUT PRICES IN EFFECT 'TIL DEC. 20th WE NEED 65-66-67 TRADES 1965 THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE I VS, auto., P.S. and P.B., hideaway conv. roof and many more extras. Was <1447 DEC. SELL-OUT 1968 CHEV B1SCAYNE SEDAN I V8, aulo. with a radio. This unit Is exceptionally clean and would make goad economical transportation. Vas 51395. 1969 CMC 910 Vi TON V8, with a four speed transmission. A heavy duty unit with many good miles left. Was 11 00? 1970 PONTIAC POLICE INTERCEPTOR 454 cu. in. motor, auto., P.S. and P.B. Good mechanically, needs minor body work. Was SELL'-OUT 1969 FORD RANCH WAGON V8, auto. Ideal for point contractors, finish carpenters, and applinnce shops. Lot of good miles left I this unit. Was DEC. SEll-OUT 1969 CHEV BEL AIR SEDAN 327 V3, nulo., with a radio, has been completely reconditioned and carries our 50-50 warranty. Was PEC. SEll-OUT I 1968 DATSUN SPORT CONVERTIBLE dual rarb. motor, 4 spd. trans., radio. This cor is completely reconditioned and carries our 50- iO warranty. Was 1 07 J DEC. SEll-OUT 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP V8, auto, trans., P.5., P.B., radio, medium groon with while roof, ex- cellent rubber, o real cli Was DEC. SEIL-OUT 1970 CHEV C-10 V8, ouio. wild a radio, motor com- pletely rebuilt, unit carries 50-50 warranty. Good solid transportation. Was 1971 FORD CUSTOM 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP 351 cu. in. V8, oulo., P.S. ond P.B. plus radio. One of 1969 PONTIAC STRATOCHIEF 2-DOOR HARDTOP V8, oulo., with o radio, original ut. OPEN HOURS a.m. to p.m. WEEKDAYS THIS IS FORD COUNTRY FORD WHAT DO YOU DRIVE? Mayor Mcigrath Drive and 16th Avc. S. 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