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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UIHBRIDCiE HERALD Dnccmbor 28, 1971 ii.p evening aks, Pronghorns only unbeaten clubs Seft Bv 1IOYU YVMU.IS1II men's Christmas a 11; started early Monday morning i Tournament which opened MOD- I si the Civic Centre and con- llrraltl Wrilci' j eludes toniglll. Two i-lubs ye- i Eight teams from Alberta, Seven big games were staged mamcd unbeaten in the firs! B.C. and Montana are taking m the opening day of the round of the IDIh annual senior. part in the two-day affair that double-knockout event and at CROWD THE BASKET Medicine Hot Antelopes crowd the basket Monday in second round action in the lethbridge Senior Men's basketball tournament. Grabbing off the rebound are (33) tloyd Sherer and (15) Bob McDougall. Other 'Hat players are (22) Bill Holden and (30) Ed Dick. Should .sec other Fans are a little rough NEW YORK fCP-AP) A couple of weeks ago the ref- eree of a minor hockey game in Toronto called three pen- alty shots, ail against the same team. "The second one was squarely at centre moaned the coach of the pen- alized team. "It's no penalty shot unless tile foul occurs in the attacking zone. But the ref wouldn't listen lo me.'' Scotty Morrison, referee-in- chief of the National Hockey League and spare-time coach in a Toronto minor league, was finding out how the other half lives. That particular penalty shot cost its team a 2-1 defeat. Even as he told of the inct- Bears triumph in tournament The liears. coachen by .Jim KTMCS and Suzi Tomita, were forced into overtime Monday before emerging with a 2-1 win nver the Totem's in Uie final of the two-day Boxing Day Pee Wee hockey tournament. Bears went unbeaten in Uie two days of action with a Ml record. Totems, on the other hand, had won Uie B division after losing to the Bears in the lirst round. On their wny In the title the Bears, after a 4-1 win over Ihc Totems Sunday, stopped Ihc Vikings 3-2 and then bolted (he Penguins 5-1 winning Ti-2 against the Bisons in the A sec- tion final. The Totems, after losing to the Bears, dropped the Ca- nucks 4-1 and followed with a 2-0 shutout over the Blues. In the B section final the Totems edged past the Sabres 3-2 set- ting the stage for the final against the Bears. A total of 12 teams took part in the two-day event that was staged at Henderson Lake Ice Centre. SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE EXHIBITION Letlibrdiga Midget Elks vs. Crowsnest Pass Cascades Tonight, Tues., Dec. 28 HENDERSON ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults 75C Sludonti 50lt Children dent, Morrison remained a staunch defender of the offi- cials, a target of abuse wher- ever the game is played and particularly in the 14 NHL rinks. ''Those people can singe your ears pretty he said after spending a night among the mezzanine custom- ers at Madison Square Gar- den. Bill Friday, one of Uie NHL's senior officials, was refereeing the game Morrison was watching and had a case of the flu with temperature of 102 degrees. After 60 minutes up and down the ice chasing Montreal Canadicns and New York Rangers, Friday col- lapsed in !he dressing room. "That's the part the fans don't said Morrison. "Maybe if they did, they'd go easier on the officials." DON'T GET BREAKS Unlike players who spend perhaps 00 seconds at a time on !ho ice, officials arc out there for the full fisme. It can take plenty out of a man and by the time he is in his mid- an MIL official must .start thinking about retire- ment. That's why when Morrison looks for new talent as expan- sion increases the officiating load, he must find young men who can endure the pressure. "Sometimes it's tough to find someone with enough matu- rity who's st.il! young enough to give you a few years of said Morrison. Right now, IJie Mil. is con- ee.rncfl with another expan- sion next year which requires more additions In Morrison's slaff of P.7 officials. What's more, them i.s the fledgling World llnrkcv Association which might, lure some of the current Nllli officiaJs away. the end of the day, the versity of Lethbridge Prong- horns and the Lelhbridge Com- munity College Kodiaks were the only teams left without a loss. The Pronghorns started their two-game winning streak by edging the Medicine Hat Ante- lopes 77-73 in the tourney open- er. Doug Kempt paced (lie Prong- horns' attack hooping 16 points while Don Hamilton and Bill Magierowski chipped in with 13 and 12 points respectively. Bill Holden rimmed 19 points for Ihe Antelopes. Hamilton was the big gun for the Pronghorns in their sec- ond racking up 29 points to drop the defending champion Doug's of Lethbridge 83-74. Magierowski also came up with a 19-point performance for the Pronghorns while Jim Glad- stone and Robin Fry netted 23 and 20 points respectively in a losing cause. The Kodiaks, who also came up with two straight victories, knocked off the. Braves 102-91 and the Calgary Paragon Properties 102-M. The Kodiaks didn't have an easy time downing the Braves In their first encounter as they managed to force a five-minute overtime period by tying up the game with 33 seconds remain- ing on the clock. The Braves couldn't with- stand the pressure as they did dining regulation lime, nmning out of steam while carrying only seven players. Alex Dud as paced the Kodi- aks with 32 big points while Gary Williams and Curt swished 24 and 22 points apiece Smooth playing Karl Kipp, who made last year's tourney all-star team, notched 25 points for the Braves while Pete Con- way, another fine playing star, hooped J9. The Properties who were the Kodiaks second victims, could not keep up the fail pace and dropped their first decision after two starts. Dudas was once again the top scorer for the Kodiaks with 28 while Williams added 23. Tom Sindlinger was the high point-getter with 22 for the Pro- perties who led 45-44 at half- time. Earlier in the 'lay. Don An- drews dunked 21 points to lead the Properties to a 91-78 win over the Edmonton LDS. John Weiland aided the Pro- perties' cause with 14 points while Dick DeKlerk sunk 29 points in a losing effort. In two other games staged Monday. Doug's dumped Cran- brook York Hotel 79-66 and Cranbrook came back to earn a slim 69-65 victory over Medi- cine Hat to knock the Ante- lopes out of the running. Lloyd Fairbanks paced Doug's to their victory over Cranbrook with a 21-point outing while Don McClain chipped in with 13. Vic Rahn gave Cranbrook a 22-point effort while Roger Mc- Adam of Lethbridge, playing for the York Hotel netted 13. Don MacDonald came up big for the York Hotel in their win over Medicine Hat picking up 13 points while Rahn added 17. Larry Baker hit the b a c k- boards for 21 points for the An- telopes. Action resumed this morning when Edmonton met Browning at and Cranbrook faced Calgary at 11 a.m. More games were scheduled for one o'clock, four and seven while the championship encounter is set for 9 p.m. SUMMARIES UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 75 MEDICINE HAT 73 U of L Burr 5, Hamilton 13, ierowskl 12, McKay 9, Peterson' a, Ri- rie 7, Sloan 6, Mychasiuk. Total 75. Medicine Hat Baker 15, Tisnlc 10, Barrie 1. Kuykendatl Rose, Dick. Taqq, McDougall, Eubank, Hol- den 19, Scherer 15. Total 73. DOUG'S 77 CRANBROOK 6i Douq's MtLlsin 13, Nowlin 3. Gladstone Atfwcod, Taylor 7, Fry 6, Fairbanks 21, Baldry J, Mllner 9, Hutcn, Nelson 6. Zemp 2. Total 77. Cranhrook MacDonald 5. Hcrcoft, Boyden 1, Mahler 12, Rahn 11. Drum- mond, Dolfd, Brees 5, McAdam 13, Milieu, Low. Total L.C.C. 10! BROWNING ?1 L.C.C. Wolsey 22, Wosnflck, Wil- liams 2-1, Dudss 32. James 6, Minis .1, Frank 6, Blogorodow, Mcasey, Eak- el! 8, Neilson. "Tolal 101. Browning Kipp 25, P. Conway 27, Stiffarm 25, Douqlas B, H, conway 4. J. Kipo, Mercnant. Total 91. CALGARY 91 EDMONTON 78 Calqary Myhre 6, MacMillan X, Sindlinger 6, Anrlrcwl 71, Kettles A, Christie 13, Newcombc fl, Weiland 14, Knako 5, Amslunq 8. Tolal 91. Edmonlon DeKlerk 27, Anderson 17. Ovialt U, Skujins. Hansen. Balder- son I, Salmon fl, Gallup Total 78. CRANBROOK (9 MEDICINE HAT Cranbrook MacDrnnlrl 18. Boyden 15. Mahler 1, Pahn 17, Mc- Adam Low 10, Miliel! Total Modiclnt Hal Daker 21, Tisnic 10, Barrio Legionnaires ID a Soiilk'ni Ai- IxM'U Juvenile League, oncoimt-1 Management one) Staff ELRICH TIKE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE i P' 403 lit South Phone 327-4086 or 327-4445 ;