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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturdoy, December 1i, 1972 LETHEPIOGE HSP.ALD IS Only one club is unbeaten after Friday Rams can't win in Cougars' den 1AJOY1) YAMAGISIII Herald Sports Writer Rams started to i "A'' 'boy's champion, still re- j the Cougars broke out quickly main undefeated after three arxj grabbed a Ixrfrjre stats. the shakv Catholic Central a r s j On the other hand, the Rams i click. earned possession of first I tested their first loss of the The Rams gradually place in the Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball as defeated the raiting j with the Magra'.h Zeniths and fore the first quarter ended. ly in the half arid RAms 52-44 Friday night. Cougars, Tho two ciubs battled it vat; managed to their lead to Rams and Zeniths have a 2-1 record while Cardston is 2-2. evenly throughout the second [42-35 as (he thijd buz- eight-minute quarter and t h e zer score read 23-26 in favor of the Tr.e siz point spread proved bos', club as they returned to break the I tarns' oack as they came j to the court for the start of the juSl couldn't rnaie up the dif- season arvj dropped down Into back and managed to close the second half, league a three-way tie for second place gap to a two point deficit he- Tne Cougars started out quick- Cougars, who are the de- fending league cha-rnpions as I well as the deferxUng Alberta I At Catholic Central last right, Bulldogs earn fourth victor e.-yje in the final quarter. nly 10 players i n t M f Guy iit the sowre- Kjd to erxJ the Ox y SULLY SAYS -By Pal Sullivan g fdi- with 13 points while S I'yra Andy Beauiin chipp- yj iu v.-ilh 12 apifcys. H Jtstnov managed nice points while Bill Dudas y Toe Winston Churchill Ball- dogs continued their hot pace to taste defeat afte- four starts, i the Southwest Conference Boys' B-askettell Lfcafue as they racked up their con- secutive victory Friday night. j Rookie sparks Kodiaks 'pHIS is not a sports column. Tne topic is simply The Bulldogs, who have yet; people, but they are not cheering. There are no smiles. They are taking part in a game, all right, the serious game of life. But in this particular game these participants have been dealt a losing hand and only we can make a re-deal possible. I'm talking about "A Helping Handful of Barley for Korea.'1 When asked to write this column and ask those j of you who read it to open your hearts and wallets and do your share, 1 was reluctant. For and C-L-iis 12 [rjin'.i rio'.cried 10. Kelly strong and Kelly WiVJe and two points res- 'ovarciri' hooped a piece while 8EAUDIN GAINS CONTROL Andy Beoudin (15) of Catholic Central Cougars gains ccr.lro! cf the bell close 10 the Lelhbridge Collegiate Looking to help tsam- rr.ats Beoudin is Rondy of the Co'jgars. to defend ore Rams Joey SnccHefcrd f3i) or.d Curtis Klovansky Cojgors the 52-44 to ur.beolen in league ploy Groenen photo) Bnvasi visits l Padres might still move YORK K. J. presider-t, msce a hit- '.is' Vcrk Fh- .itbo'Jt stein a Eovrle Kuhn an even thicker closi of mystery aro-ivi tte p-opwed shift franchise to WashLigtfls, D.C. no afr- parerr.Jy was reports iiisX'irf that such E. mrr-'e ir; thie offing 337'i Tilth a of "D' ssJ-i Coast. to rx: rriace nc-zt L'A at the laiftTv. 1 Trie: e are n'jmfiro'as proh- stiacherf to it." dkl v.ith no pjch irr terr.iwi, he- said the San Diego executive leit no that a move to the capital matc en rt sL'.cerfe -ATVSI to suy Lr; he said. ''A man vr o; Iri5 niiry from if have to. But we hav there Diego." ld to to move ft did BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKATE EXCHANGE overrsig-'t tnp to "I tried that the b'jt body rrjs." te plci-'jed. ''I v.ent to r.rrr c-ornniis- cnice tfj tali: to Johnny 'a.i ai'JS; a mi- no- prcrjlem arid I had if: u.e city. ''I did rxvi He had not arrived at officer." fee of Ba-.-aii's iterris a '.isit to a law firm c.-j S'.reet to an opinion on the biiyiir.g quajtles the Padres' 20-year iease on the On the subject. Esvasi vrwid oniy say. it's true CALGARY Leth- j bridge CommJjnitv CoMese Ko- I disks opened ta CollejUte AthJetic j season in fine fashion Fri- day everjji? in Calgary. Turn Karren, coach of the Kodiaks was elated with his' club's performance ai dumped Calgar-- Mount Royal I Ojllege Cvjgars Kodiaks lead made it clear what their objec-tive as took a commanding 63-52 lead at half time and won going away. f Karren. pleased with the way his club easily handl- ed the Cougars, snowed itiost of his enlh'isiasm when dev-Tib- ing rookie John play against Calgary club. ''He was else'1 said Karren of the native of j Jasiukie'Aicz. in hi5 first year i Kodialj, pumped in 1? po-'ris Friday ir. an ua- believable display of Eboo'.ing 1 The route guard hit on SS t Der cent of his Ebtfs frorn the j' field, i feat Ka-Ten was j to be the KodiaiLS as scored 2! points. Curt V.'olsey chipped m dumped the visiting Coaldale Kste A-ndrev.-s 57-39 he- bird Ken Nakarns's K pomt porforrriance. Cyril I'atson 12 points for the who led at the half. Gueather Macbt hooped 12 and Ed Dick 10 for the Gaels affiave'SljSnf J U to over Uje Fort i tmr'gs to money on at Christmas. I v.as 1 born v.ith what you might call a seventh sense. It is inbred in most of us who have never suffered or really needed the daily necessities of life. In a word, 1 was selfi'h, I found it easier to ignore the Helping Handful by Baying, "I can use the money elsewhere." Possibly it was my three-year-old daughter Megan Marie who opened rny eyes and my heart. Possibly it was one line in a story from the sports pages of another newspaper, "Nobody's more needy than those who won't get a square meal at Christmas time." There was nothing flower.' about the wording. It came from the typewriter of a feUow who had on those very same pages written about the brutality and greed that exists in some Vet, it struck home. SpK-.cer Zaugg Bad Dave j Fe.-guilly chipped in with 13; 12 points respectively. Len Zooternan managed 16 j points in a losuig cause. Ln boys' junior varsity aciico, I S'.i-lLag dropped Fort Macleod j Mfia.TA-hile in Southwest Coo- j r f e r e nc e Girls' Jilcanwhile in the Cougars blasted the via'.- ir.g lUyrnorjd Comets Joan Moore paced trie Corned 12 while Jim Toone aided with 10. Doug Porner managed nine points ftir the Comets, who traiied K.-1'i half-time. Ln ''ji'' tw Rsymorid Mustarjg5 dropp- ed Cardsvja V.'ildca'.s Basbstball play, the Cwtldale fCate Ar.-drev.-3 Larks edged the Win- ston Churchill Griffens 31-23. S'-ario was ing for the Larks as ibe rxrjped big points. Gail Elarichard replied for the GriWe.-i'; with 10 points. The Taber VT. P.. Myers came up v.ith E convinc- ing yj-Vi dec-isioa over the Vauzhall -Queens in Joan to lead d 12 points attack. ed -sith a team the Ko oniy per cent -iks of their K from shcts from the field the line. Trje v-ho vrere iv (rustrated bv the Kodizts. vrere kd by Cliff arxi Pettr Ireland, each 12 Donna Rucle5 Honiinuke Min title f Special from Calgary, Lethbridge and i Edmonton won tiil'js Friday on the second day o! the Alberta- North-Aest Territories figure i skating championships. I Brian Pockar ri Calgar.- tooi novice men's title. Donna Rude Hominuke of Lethbridge were first LT no'.ice pairs ar.d .loanne won pre-rjovi ce women's ccsupe- i SHARPENED SHI MHO LACES SAMmZEO PAIR APPROX. 3 LAST-MINUTE GIFT SUGGESTION HOCKEY NETS 'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN TUHDAr THRU FRIDAY UNTIl 1 P.M. SATURDAY TO 6 P.M. Ar. ideol gift 'or 1raie on your Chmtrritn liti HANDBAGS BOOTS VELVET PAINTINGS HALTERS BRIDIES BLANKETS SADDLES TEXAS LOHGHORNS SPECIAL DISCOUKT McCALLUM'S SADDLERY 316 Isl Ave. S. 333-4363 1 brarxi ball ts they gtve up eight v.-hile biEg Si frora the Cougars. la rehoiryjujg the had Eruce llillis and D-iright grtb off ]2 each. In the gals eriCO'jnter Kr> diettes dropped a heirt-bre-ai- I ing ciecisian to Nancy hooded ;'j Voile Jari Paton aodfed 14 for the Ko- Kodiaks Kodietfes HOT rr.eet Calgary Southsm Alber- ta Institute of to- night. V.'Lrir.ers Ln the novice men's and novice pairs events, along some runners-up, advance to the Canadian champioriships ki Vantoaver nezt njQUh. I Deborah-Lynn Paijl of Ed- rnonum a slim edge over I Laurie Hunt in the senior worn- i chajnpionship that will be today. i Runsers-up !.T the novice men's cornpt-'.ition were Gary Beacom of Edmonton by Lome Hunter of Calgary, i Jarjce Miller and Leslie Shaw of Calgary were second Li the norice piirs. I skau-rs advance to the Ca.'iadian I went shopping with my family last Saturday and at that time thought nothing of buying some items we could have done without. All of us have done so. Tnat's no sin. It's only natural in our way of life. 1 asked ?vlegan what she wanted for Cnnstmas, knowing lull well how many things she was getting. Her answer v.'as a quick "easy-bake oven, a wall- walker and a Busy Lizzy doll." My daughter is only but she can go through a Christmas catalogue and pick out a number of things she wants and knows, with all the confidence in the world, the will more likely than not get come one Monday. If we 'her mother and ]'i say no. she knows one of her grandparents will give it to her, if it is within reason. Who do the children of Korea turn to? I wonder. Have any of them looked through a catalogue? Or ov.-ned a doll? 1 can't answer the last two questions. I have never been to Korea. I do, however, have an answer to the first ques- tion. They turn to us, people like you and I who, re- gardless of what we think, have it to give. I'm not asking you to alter your course. I'm only asking you to take a small detour and consider the Helping Handful. Do you realize that 15.000 people signed a petition to have Sesame Street returned to TV? If each of those people were asked to pay 25 cents to sign it, the petition would have earned S3.750. So you see, it doesn't take large amounts from everyone. Don't shy away because you feel your dona- tion .s too Life is too precious to gamble on thiniing like that. Even' little bit helps. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to say "I bought Christmas dinner for a Korean family this These flooded out victims need our help'. Can I count on your help? by GARY KIRK I KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. I Did you V.r.sf Vnc! of oil I in Trie No- I Lscsut in the 1 lost 10 yeorj, or.ly GE-OLJ! 37'.i were successful Irs I a co-rmon fee-ling thol the I coolie ii ct )ne rr.ercy of iKe I c'urir.g o pEr.oity sKof, I I I bur prcve thfc i I c- perkily ere I j Here'i on omening fool- boll fed A men once 1 became a star pasier in ihe I National Foolbol! League even J thc'jgri he wai blind in one couldn't I half the field when he went I bosk To pan! He wai I Tommy Thompson who quGr- terbacked (he Philndelphio I Eagles to the MFl chompiorv- I ihip in 194S arvd 1949, end I led league in poising 1 statistics in 1948 even though he wai blmd in hii left I eye! Thompson stands I at o great example of man beirg able lo triumph over adversity. Maki feels much better Here's en 1972 V.'orlc Series Ecih ir.e Orklond A'j end the Cir> I cir.r.cti ca'dly enough, I finished the Series wiih I c bcrrlr.a overage or .209 first I in V.'orlc Serlei hislory tr.ci 1 teams wc'jnd up J tre idtr.Ticc! tesm bstling avercge. I I bef you didn'l know Kirk'i Biggeif Ever Sale cf Unlroyol Super Winteride Snow Tirei 1 Is stHI on! you buy the I first tfre ot Manufacturer'j I printed price you gel the 2nd tire half prite. These ore first I rale nylon tfrei and of- I fer features to bring you I through the toughest winler smiling and1 better (till i you con smile el the price tol I I? fe? W S? IM DOUBT Gi HIM SEALSKIN BOOTS SEE OUR BENEFIT SHOES LTD, 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THUfcSOAY AND fRIDAY TILL 9 PM. p Carl ton inks VANCOUVER fCP) ?i'ajd of the CaniKks could be released from hospital within a week. Hal Laycoc-, vice-president of the National Hoctey League team, said Fri- day. Laycoe said MaH is O'Jt of the intensive csre ward ii condidon Roy Columb: an Hospital He said 'ilaki wouid treatment as as outpatieot once he is discharged. PHILADELPHIA 'AP> Sieve Csrlton. the winningest in the major leagues Is.-i reason. his contract v.i'.n Priladelphia PhiUies bss got it all settled.'' the 27- yesr-oi'i E0uthpa-.r faid Thurs- day after meeting with Paul trie man- Bul-elin re- ported Krirtey thai Carilon had g to t e rms th a t would make him paid plsyer in the PhiUies" history a Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION Monday, Dec, 18th p.m. TOR KAMATA GEOFf PORT! SELAfONIE ond CARUSO anil GORDIENKO and KROFFAT v> TOMASSO one) HAYES ond KAYSER and BUTCMS8 KARIE1 and EAEICH vi PJUNGLE and SUPER HAWK 16 TV STARS See KIRK'S (or I Tht Bell Deal for Every Whttl KIRK'S TIRE SAIES LTD. '7he Tire Eiperts" Your UHIROYAl Deolsr KIRK-i FERNIE, B.C. I Phone 423-7746 I KIRK'S TIKE (TABER) ITD. 16201 501n kvtnut I Phone I CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY 1969 AMBASSADOR 4 leion, V.8, P.S., P B., oir, SAVE 5570 V FORD 2 Jr. V-S, aulo., P.S., P rcc; g-cen yir.y] Wai toAoi; SAVE S570 JAVELIN 2 dr. hardlcp, V.8, P. P.B., auto., bjcVtt itcti, ccn-v, C 1 OOr S3305 5AVE S570 423 v.3, ro Woi S289S SAVE S570 ad.o, auto., P.S. P.B. 1971 MATADOR STATION WAGON milei, factory cvaMable. Wai SAVE SS70 United Motors Co. Ltd. CORNER 3rd AVE. and 3rd ST. S. PHONE 327-2805 ;