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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Columbia Basin looks sharp Doug's unbeaten in a pair The 22nd edition of the an- nual Christmas Senior Mens' Basketball Tournament got underway with seven big games at the Civic Sports Centre Wednesday night. Eight teams which include the Calgary Mount Royal Junior Calgary Rosca Columbia Basin of Doug's of Lethbhdge Com- munity Browning and University of Calgary Jaycees are participating in the double-knockout classic which features 14 games during two days of action. The tourney concludes to- day with seven more games which includes the cham- pionship final slated for nine o'clock tonight. Meanwhile in first round ac- tion. Doug's of Lethbridge and Columbia Basin captured a pair of victories and advanced to the side semi-final. Doug's went undefeated after two starts by whipping U of C 115-71 and squeezing past Mount Royal 90-86 in over- time. DOUG'S 115 U of C 71 Dudas J Dudas. Shackleford Magierowski Williams Fairbanks Kenwood Total-115 U of Slaught Dorm Wan- Shoup Patterson Walls Crawford Taven vanderstam Roth 6. Total-71. MOUNT ROYAL 69 LCC 68 Mount Smith. Turnbull Slamon Hellard Baker Simpson Hayes. Total-69 Gaboon R. Hansen B Hansen 5. Pard Fairbanks Schuler Williams 18 Tolal-68 ROSCA FIX'S 106 BROWNING 78 Rotca Pix'i Fugikawa Amalung Parrott Littlewodd Quance Feist Powell Daily Olynyk. Thoutnhoof 10 Total-106 8. Nevms Goss Lyman Bull Kennedy J Kennedy Desrosier Parsley Total-78 COLUMBIA BASIN 106 CASCADES 73 Columbia Leffall Fountain Harrison Smith P Smith Ostrom Johnson Maine Peake Paysse Marvin 4. Uhlmg 4. Total- 106 Myhre T. Sindlmger Wetland G Sindlmger Christie Sloan Newcombe 6 Total-73 LCC 95 U ol C 83 Cahoon R Hansen B Klovansky ford Farrbanl'.E Sehulpr 14 Toone Williams 19. Total-95. U or 2. Dorm Wan- Shoup Kmcaid Patterson Crawford Taven Brown Vanderstam Roth 6. Total-83 DOUG'S 90 MOUNT ROYAL 86 J. Shackleford Magierowski Williams Fairbanks Mychasiuk 8. Kenwood 1 Total-90 Mount Smith Turnbull Salmon Hellard Baker Simpson Hayes 18 Total-86 COLUMBIA BASIN 104 ROSCA PIX 95 Columbia Lef- faii Harrison P Smith Ostrom. Peake Paysse Total-104 Rosca Amalung 18. Parrott Littlewood Quance Feist Powell Daily 10. Olynyk. Price Thoutnhoof 16 Total-95 Al Williams led Doug's to their easy win over the U of C with a brilliant 40-point per- formance. Alec Dudas chipped in with 29 points while Lloyd Fair- banks added another 16. Murray Shoup managed 26 points in a losing cause. Williams came up with another outstanding individual' effort for Doug's in their se- cond tilt of the day as he hooped 33 points to lead his teammates to victory over Mount Royal. Fairbanks aided the cause with 26 points while Shackleford managed 12. West Ham battles back to defeat Chelsea 4-2 LONDON West Ham. the soccer team cap- tained by Bobby came from behind Wednesday to stop Chelsea 4-2 and lift themselves off the bottom of the English League's First Division standings. Chelsea led 2-0 at half-time but West Ham roared back with the help of two goals by Bermudan star Clyde Best. beaten 2-1 at home by sank to bottom place The battle to stay in the First Division got hotter. Manchester one of England's most famous lost again. 2-0 to Everton and now are third irom the one point ahead of West Ham. Sons split The Lethbridge Native Sons split a pair of Central Alberta Junior Hockey League games on the road recently In one the Sons blasted Drumheller Colts 8-0 while they suffered a slim 7-5 setback to Hanna in the other. In the Drumheller Reg Osmond and Greg Kveder tallied two goals apiece to lead the locals to their easy win Rod Gary Craik and Tom Ellis chipped in with a goal each. The Sons held a lead aiter the first period and ex- tended it ti 4-0 by the end of the second. In the Ambassadors rifled in six goals the se- cond period to edge the Sons 7- 5. The Sons had held a 2-1 margin after the opening period but trailed 7-3 at the end of the second. Pocza. Derrick Blasco and Don Johnson managed a goal each in a los- ing cause. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Midget Elks and Standard Lions fought to a 2-2 stalemate. Rick Weist and Scott Jarvie notched a goal each for the Elks while Pat Gautnier and Ron Simon replied for the Lions. The Elks held a 2-0 lead after the first period. The three bottom teams drop to the Second Division at the end of the season. Meanwhile Leeds galloping toward the cham- won 1-0 at Newcastle and stretched its undefeated run to 22 games. Leeds now has 38 nine points ahead of defending champion their nearest rivals. Boxing Day. a national holi- day in traditionally has a full program in the English League. The who have stayed away from recent games because of problems imposed by the national energy flowed back. The gates at Newcastle's St. James'Park were locked 30 minutes before the kick-off of the Leeds with an estimated 55.- 000 jammed inside. This was how the games went. Chelsea 2 West Ham 4 When Ian Britton and Alan Hudson scored to give Chelsea a 2-0 lead. West Ham looked doomed to struggle for First Division survival. But Bobby Moore's team bounced back with three goals in 11 minutes. Full-back Frank Lampard and strikers Bobby Gould and Clyde Best were the and Best added another to make it 4-2 Newcastle 0 Leeds 1 Leeds took charge of the game from the start and went into the lead in the 30th minute with a goal by England defender Paul Madeley Burnley 2 Liverpool 1 still unbeaten at home this seized a quick lead with a goal by Paul Fletcher. Liverpool could not find their usual rhythm and Ray Hankin made it 2-0 in the second half before Peter Cor- mack pulled one back for last season's champions. Norwich 1 Ipswich 2 Ted MacDougall. who has cost 2 million in transfer sent Norwich into a 1-0 halt-time lead. The turning point of the game was a penal- ty for slammed home by David Johnson. Then Mike Lambert tallied the winning goal. Man United i Sheffield 2 Scottish international Lou who has been offered lor sent Manchester into an early lead. But the tans at Old Trafford were plunged into gloom as Tony Currie evened the score betore half-time and Alan Woodward got the winner for United in the second half. Southampton 1 Arsenal 1 Alan Ball. England World Cup saved Arsenal with the tying goal after Paul Gilchnsl had given Southampton a half-time lead. Birmingham 1 Coventry 0 Bob Latchford got the all- important goal that lifted Bir- mingham above Manchester United to fourth from the bot- tom. Everton 2 Man City 0 A of 40.000 saw Everton ease to a comfortable victory with a goal in each halt. Mike Buckley and John Hurst were the marksmen. Bowling HOLIDAY BOWL COMMERCIAL MENS John Rempel 308 Bill Braun 323 Sam Girardi 321 Fred Thomas 307 Bernie Bailey 321 John Schaalje Ken Malcomson 293 John Wecels 300 Jack Smeed 366 Ken King 355 Tmo Luvale 348 Bill Hleucka 334 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Phil Legge Randy Wilson Bryan Dangas Dick Wells Larry Barton Debbie Barton Karlyn Spitzer Ann Fredrick Flora Donate Bob Spitzer 256 PEPSI Ed Carpenter Robert Brown Chris McTighe Karl Campa Dennis Hurst Joanne McTighe Charlie Stokes 206. VASA LODGE Arvid Oseen Doug Hegland Don McLean Ann Aim Nona Kirby Slim Berry 222 ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Keith Derver Sherry Clark Don McDowell Ken Kearns Paula Zielke Alex Szentes Helen McDowell Ken Corrami 231 C.H.E.C. Dave Vandervoort Allan Brown Elaine Brown Donna Highway Bill Willis 250. Allan Lunan Rayma Frache Morley Richardson 236 CIVIL SERVICE Steve Roth 280 Al Howard Mary Hryniuk Bernlce Stewart Keith McCurdy J Hunter Agnes Sinclair Carot Hurt Les Fisher 249 John Erickson 310 CLASSIC TRIPLES Jean Christie 301 Karlyn Spitzer Jack Smeed 312 Steve Gangur 324 Eleanor Do'igen' 304. Hugh Christie Dot Anderson Bob Costanzo Ann Todd Ken King Ellas Sawilla Ken Kurtz Kim Kovacs Abe Enns Steve Pedersen 287 Doug Baker notched 26 points Mount Royal while Paul Hayes and Ted Hellard added 18 and 17 points respec- tively. Columbia Basin who are considered the pre- tourney also finish- ed the day undefeated by wax- ing Calgary Cascades 106-73 and edging Rosca Fix 104-95. Three fantastic ball players led the Hawks to their easy win over the Cascades as they combined to score 66 of the 106 points. Charles Peake led the way with 23 points followed closely by Howard Harrison with 22 points and Eddie Leffall with 21. Dick DeKlerk netted 16 points and Tom Sindlmger 14 in a losing cause. The Hawks were hard- pressed in their win over Rosca Pix. who held a 20-11 lead in the early stages of the ball game. Harrison was the big gun for the Hawks this time around as he dumped in 40 points. Leffall aided in the cause with 23 while Peake hooped 15. In other games staged dur- ing the day. Mount Royal Cougars slipped past the LCC Kodiaks 69-68. Baker led the Cougars with a 32-point outing while Hellard chipped in with 17. Gary Williams managed 18 points and Brent Fairbanks 17 for the Kodiaks. Rosca Pix had an easy time disposing the Browning Braves 106-78. Clarence Amalung came up with 23 points to lead the winners while John Powell followed with 22. Jim Kennedy swished 26 points in a losing effort and Goss added 22. The LCC Kodiaks came back in their second outing of the first round and dropped U of C 95-63 Williams paced the Kodiaks' attack with 19 points while Dan Vanderstam notch- ed 20 in a losing effort. December LETHBRIDQE HERALD-19 Wolves chew up Soviets Ont. Sudbury playing before a record home crowd of defeated toe visiting Moscow Wings 7-4 in an inter- national exhibition hockey game Wednesday. The Wolves held a 2-1 lead after the first period and were tied 2-2 going into the final period. The Wings scored two goals in the first 10 minutes of the third period to take a 4-2 but when the teams changed ends for the last 10 minutes traditional in international play Sudbury scored five goals without a reply. Gord McTavish and Bobby Russell scored two goals apiece to pace the upset. Paul Crowley. Alex McKendry and Ron Duguay added the others. Aleksei Lobanov tallied twice for the Moscow team with Viktor Shalimov and Sergei Kotov picking up one each Jim Bedard and Bob Vlope split the goaltending for the Wolves and came up with 44 saves Viktor Kirvolapov started for the Wings and had 20 saves in the first two periods Andrei Chirkov went into goal in the third period and had 11 saves while giving up five goals Referee Guy Bergeron handed out 17 10 to the including a game misconduct to Vladimir Rep- nojov for pushing Bergeron after he had disallowed a Rus- sian goal in the third period. Bergeron ruled the whistle had blown to stop play before the score Wrong way Browning Braves had their share of troubles in the annual Christmas basketball some of which were going the wrong way at the wrong time. BAKER APPLIANCES MIXED 10 PIN BOWLING LEAGUE is pleased to announce the winner of the Texas Mickey Draw ART SNYKER SS1-2-18 Lethbridge Seven years before the Palliser signwent the first barrels of PalliserReserve CanadianWhisky were laid down. Today there is a proud new name in Canadian rye whisky. Palliser. The new Palliser distillery in Alberta has brought together the skills and the talents of as fine a team of whisky- makers as Canada has ever assembled. Even though our distillery is new and the product we sell is aged the full number of years. Our business began long before we opened our Lethbridge plant. It 4 began with our bringing together the finest aged Canadian whiskies that go to make up Palliser a smooth and satisfying seven-year-old. Each year since then we have also laid down for Palliser Colony House Palliser Black Label Palliser Golden Special Look for them at all Alberta liquor stores. See how well we have started a new x tradition of distilling excellence. Spirited drive John Jasiukiewicz of the Lethbridge Community lost this game to Mount Royal but came back to win College Kodiaks drives for the basket Wednesday in against Calgary Jaycees. The tourney continues the annual Christmas basketball tourney. The Kodiaks PALLISER Palliser Distillers Alberta ;