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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 12, 1970 THE IE7HBRIDGE HERAIQ U Raymond register second straight triumphs Rams come up strong against Cougars IJy LLOYD YA1UAG1S1II Ik'nilcl Sports Writer Hugh Tambylin coach of the LCI Rams, has produced a club that will be respected in the Southern Alberta "A" Boys League this season. Last night his chargers pick- ed up their second win in three years over a Catholic Central Cougar club bouncing the visit- ors 64-45. Mean while the LCI Colts made it a clean sweep for the host school as they dropped the CCHS Flyers 52-38 in the "B" Boys preliminary encounter. In the Rams Cougars con- test the host club were never headed as they picked up a 34-23 half time lead and out-shot Iii tourney Chinooks win opening game One-sided wins the order of the day as the Alberta senior women's basketball tourna- ment got under way at the Civic Centre Friday evening. Eight teams opened t h e three-day event with the win- ner, to be decided Sunday, ad- vancing to the Canada Winter Games in Saskatoon next Feb- ruary. As the tournament entered its second day this morning four teams owned victories while the remaining four faced elimination. In Friday's action Red Peer stopped Lethbridge Labor Club 64-38 while in the second game the University of Lethbridge Chinooks belled Mount Royal College of Calgary 73-39. Game three saw CJCA Tigerettes of Edmonton easily down Cam- rose Lutheran College 66-18 while in the final game of the evening University of Alberta Pandas trounced P i n c h e r Creek Hornets 94-22. In games today, which got under way this morning, it was winners meeting winners and losers taking on losers in the double knockout event. The finals are set for 10 a.m. Sun- day with the "A" winner meet- ing the "B" winner. An ail- deciding game could be played A big 23-point performanc by Ann Polon led the way fo the Tigerettes. Moore scored for Camrose. Mary Hawkey and Liz Van derstan combined to spark tl Pandas in the final game Fr day. Hawkey came up with 2 points while Vanderstan wa close behind with 18. Mar Vogaar canned 10 for Pinche Creek. Short sport OUT OF HOSPITAL YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) Heavyweight boxer Mike Bos well, who was shot and woundec in the back in an argument, wai released Friday from hospital. Boswell lold police be was shot Wednesday night after h and Isaac Bowman, 23, o Youngstown, began arguing about a girl outside a South Side bar. at 2 p.m. if the "B" champ de- feats the "A" champ in thi morning encounler. Wendy Martin and Katliy Grimson each hooped 10 points to pace Red Deer past the Labor Club. Marilyn Allen was tops for the locals with 13. Chinooks had little trouble with Mount Eoyal as Rosemary Broderick scored 14 points and Linda Voth chipped in with 13 more. Ruth Aimoto managed 12 for Mount Royal. Dodgers trade pair for Sims LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles Dodgers traded pitchers Alan Foster and Ray Lamb to Cleveland today for catclier-oulfielder Duke Sims. Dodgers' vice president AI Campanis, in announcing the deal, described Sims as the sec- ond power-hitter added since last season, when the dodgers frequently lacked the home run ball. Earlier they obtained Ri- chie Allen from St. Louis. Sims, 29, hit 23 homers last year. He hits left handed. DOMINATE GAMES BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) Nationalist China's Chi Cheng racing on injured legs, won her first gold medal of "the 197C Asian Games the 100-metre dash, but Japan con tinued lo dominale the medals race, setting three more games' records. QUICK STOPPER YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) Canadian heavyweight cham- pion George Chuvalo knocked out Charles Couture of Lyons, France, at of the second round of a scheduled 10-round feature bout Friday night. Couture, who weighed 204 pounds, eight less than Chuvalo was a late substitute for Mike Boswell of Youngstown, who was shot and wounded in an ar- gument with another Youngs- lown man over a girl Wednes- day night. SENSATIONAL WIN TIJUANA, Mex. (AP) 1Y.1- niaki Shibata of Tokyo scored a sensational and bloody upsel victory over Vcente Saldivar of Mexico Cily lo win a portion of the world featherweight boxing title with a 13th-round technical knockout Friday night. RAN-DELL EASY OFF NOT A TRAVEL TRAILER OR PICKUP CAMPER THE BEST OF BOTH MORE ROOM-MORE COMFORT-SAFER TRAILER DESIGNED FOR Vi AND PICKUP TRUCKS MANUFACTURED BY NORBY ENTERPRIZES STAVELY-ALBERTA their opponents' 30-22 in the fi- nal 16 minutes of play. The Hams were hot offensive- ly as they hit the hoop 50 per cent while the Cougars could not ring the mesh shooting 35 per cent. Gary Nugent was tops for the Rams as he hit the backboards for 14 points while Ron Mossey sank 12 and Bryce Thomson 11 For (he Cougars John Dudas hooped 12 points and Calvin Poirier 10 in a losing cause. In the Colts Flyers encoun- ter B. Strong hooped 17 points and J. Kirchner II to pace the host club to victory. T li c Colls jumned into n n early 14-4 lead after the first quarter of play and increased their lead lo 27-14 after the sec- ond. They maintained the hot pace and as a result captured a weil- deserved win. For the Cougars Kelly Keenan notched 12 points while Nelson Smallegg was good for 11. In other league action the Ma- grath Zeniths travelled to Card- ston and went home with a hard- fought 58-49 victory. The host club was only tout- points away from the Zeniths at half time and two points al Ihe beginning of the final quarter, but could not keep up the strong performance and suffer- ed the consequence. Don Hamilton topped the Zen- ith squad with 19 points while Doug Fox sunk 18 in a losin; cause. The II a g r a t h Eagles Ira veiled along wilh the Zenith and also went home with a vie lory stunning the Cards t o Wildcats in a "B" Boys contes 19-29. John Balderson rammed in li points for the Eagles while teammate Bob Rice, chipped in with 15. For the Wildcats Delroy Wall burger managed 11. It was a rewarding trip foi Saymond Comets and Mus ;angs Friday evening as the travelled to Medicine Hat for a pair of games. In the "A" game Cornels, de fending Alberta champions blasted the Mohawks 94-23 while in "B" action the Mus :angs belted the Hedmen 72-11. Lloyd Fairbanks was the big nan for the Comets as he jumped in 23 points. Gary Wil- Jams and Billy Nalder chipped n with 13 and 17 points re- spectively. D u a n e Grieves managed 14 for the Mohawks. In the "B" game Morris Aneca rattled the backboards or 38 points. Mike McLean idded 15. Harry Henzel ac- counted for 10 of the 11 Medi- cine Hat points. ANDY CAPP Pans pay tribute to McLeod WINNIPEG (CP) It wasn't, a full house, but then Lhe Russians weren't there. But the fans who did come gave Jackie McLeod .wo standing ovations as a city and a province paid trib- ute to the former coach of Canada's national hockey cam. McLeod, now coacli of the Saskatoon Blades of the West- mi Canada Hockey League, vas honored with gifts, plaques, medals and words in centre-ice ceremony be- ween periods at a game Fri- day night. The Russians passed up an nvitation to conic but Mc- Leod's archrival from days past, coach Anatoly Tarasov of the Russian national team, sent his regards. "There's a lot of other peo- ple who should be standing up here instead of said MeLeod as he gestured to the half-dozen former National team members who came to greet him. The -10-year old native of Swift C u r r c n t, Sask. was given a color television and airline tickets to Toronto and Hawaii. McLeod was made an hon- orary citizen of Winnipeg by Aid. Robert Taft. SUMMER it was mysis relecta tiny, plankton-like water creatures that were harvested in Walerton Lakes National Park and transported to the state of Utah. The Americans couldn't harvest mysis relecta out of the American side of Walerton Lakes, but Ottawa gave permission to harvest them on the Ca- nadian side. Then 24 surplus big horn sheep were transferred from just west of Banff townsite to the state of Utah. Another 24 from the park's Panther River Range were sent to Idaho. Now, some 50 surplus elk from Banff arc to be transported to the Blueberry-Paulson Summit area between Castlegar and Grand Forks, B.C. THE ALBERTA CHAPTER of the Canadian .So- ciety of Fisheries and Wildlife Biologists has sent a letter to Northern Affairs Minister Chretien, asking the minister to outline what is supposed to con- stitute the northern transportation corridor. The biologists feel too many people are under the allusion that a corridor would consist of one roadway for access, flanked by an oil pipeline and a gas pipeline, and the whole to be only a few hundred feet wide. Apparently Mackenzie Valley Pipelines has one idea of where they would like a corridor and Al- berta Gas Trunk has proposals for a quite different route. Indications are that no preliminary moves have been made for such things as joint access roads, joint air strips, joint maintenance camps, or the like. And, the biologists must be correct iii their as- sumptions and request from .the minister. The De- cember edition of Okuruk, published bi-monthly by the petroleum industry committee on the employment of northern residents, contains excerpts from the Mc- Kenzie Delta Task Force Report No. 2. It says: "The central conclusion which emerged from the discussions and representations is that there is a serious gap in communications between the ap- propriate government agency and the local residents. This has resulted in local resentment that industrial activity begins at a locale with little or no for- warning some seismic operations carried out up to 1965 have caused the greatest damage to the tundra surface. The revegetation and eventual dis- appearance of these lines will require time intervals of one or more centuries." Point the report says: "It is clear that the pace of development in this high latitude area is so rapid that policies are being formulated and action taken before adequate scientific material is at hand." The full 62-page report is available from Hon. Jean Chretien, minister of Indian affairs and north- ern development, Parliament Building, Ottawa. Ask for Mackenzie Delta Task Force report. REMINDERS: The Lethbridge Trap Club's final registered shoot for the year will be held Sunday starting at 10 a.m. A mini guide of snowmobiling safety and etiquette suggestions is now available from O'Keefe Brewing Co. Ltd. On the panel of the mini guide is a handy checklist of operating suggestions and safety equipment. For your free copy write: Lloyd Converse, 52 Courtney Drive, Montreal, Que., 263. REMEAtBERTHE NIGHT WE FIRS BUZZIN' IN ME 1 G THE