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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Doug's too tired to stay with visitors 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 11 Columbia Falls pick of event By LLOYD YAMAG1SHI Herald Sportt Writer Columbia Basin College Hawks hardly flapped their wines to capture the 22nd an- nual Christmas Senior Mens' Basketball Tournament cham- pionship title at the Civic Sports Centre Thursday night. The powerful club from Washington lived up to their reputation as pre- tourney favorites by downing Doug's of Lethbridge 102-80 in the classic final. The who are without a doubt one of the finest ball clubs to hit the Southern Alberta area in com- pletely dominated the two-day double-knockout event which opened with eight teams Wednesday. They more-or-less had an easy time of things during their two-day stay as they belted Calgary Cascades 106- 73 and Calgary Rosca Fix 104- 95 Wednesday and continued with back-to-back victories over Doug's. They defeated Doug's 113-97 in the final Thursday afternoon and again in the championship final dur- ing the evening. In the championship i gave it all they had left the Doug's L after just playing their second game of the but it wasn't enough. The Hawks were just too fresh and strong for the locals who were simply out-legged throughout the entire match. Charles Peake led the Hawks' assault with 20 points followed by Eddie Leffall with 18. Tim Tollestrup was out- standing for the locals as he hooped 36 points while Lloyd Fairbanks chipped in with 19. Meanwhile Doug's came through the back door to reach A ll-Stars Four of the five all-stars selected at the conclusion of play in the annual Christmas tournament are left to Brent Fairbanks of the Community Howard Peake of the champion Columbia Falls Lloyd Fairbanks and Al Williams both of Doug's. Missing was John Powell of Rosca Pix of Calgary. Perreault back with bad news for Sabre opponents By THE CANADIAN PRESS For the French Connection it was as though Gil Perreault had never been away. With Perreault back on the the line accounted for all three Buffalo goals Thursday night as the Sabres defeated Detroit Red Wings 3-1 in a National Hockey League game. back at centre between Rene Robert and Rick scored one goal himself and set up one of Mar- tin's two goals. The reunited threesome ac- counted for 14 Sabre shots as the Sabres outshot the Wings 40-25. Thursday's game was the second for Perreault since he broke his left ankle in an Oct. 28 game against New York Islanders. very pleased with the way Perreault said Buffalo coach Joe Crozier. was dancing skating with and it's nice to see that big line get three goals. We could have had more except their goaltender rookie Bill McKenzie played very well. Minor hockey Doug Hanna's second goal of the evening in the third period lifted the Eagles to a 3- 3 draw with the Rangers in a Bantam game Thursday night. Blair Nyrose connected on the other Eagles' marker while Kevin Weska scored twice and Keith Aitken once for the Rangers. The Eskimos whipped the Ti-Cats 8-1 in a Midget contest last night. Brian Curt Ken Serbue and Barry Schmidt tallied two goals each for the winners while Rob Hawkins replied for the Ti-Cats. In another Bantam the Cougars and Ramblers battled to a scoreless tie. Buffalo goalie Dave who has started 22 games and won 12 for the Sabres this lost his shutout bid when Detroit rookie Nelson Debenedet pok- ed a shot through a scramble in front of the net. fell and he put it sighed. Dryden. Jerry obtained in a trade from Vancouver Canucks earlier this arrived in Buffalo just 80 minutes before game but played full shifts on defence. The win was an important one for the moving them within two points of fourth-place Toronto Maple Leafs and stalling the improv- ing who remain eight points behind the Leafs. Atlanta Flames downed Los Angeles Kings 6-4 in Thur- sday's only other game. Flames 6 Kings 4 Bob Leiter scored three times from the twice on passes from Larry to lead the Flames to their victory. Defenceman Tracy sent to Vancouver by Buffalo in the Korab was balk- ing at the move. who at first told Canuck general manager Hal Laycoe he wanted more money to was to be in Vancouver today to meet with Laycoe. Laycoe said Pratt would be suspended unless he reported for action today. John the other player in the will be in the lineup for Short Sport SETTLEMENT BENEFITS CHICAGO Chicago Black Hawks said Thursday that Hull House one of the world's largest settlement will receive proceeds of the National Hockey League's all- star the dinner is scheduled for Jan. the night before the NHL all-star contest at Chicago Stadium. FAMED RALLY OFF MONTE CARLO The Monte Carlo auto rally will not be held in even if the French government decides at the last minute to lift the ban it has imposed on auto races to conserve organizers of the winter classic said Thursday. The race was to start Jan. 16. COWBOYS SOLD OUT DALLAS A discount store brought the last tickets ensuring local football fans television coverage of Sunday's National Football League semi-final. Dallas Cowboys entertain Minnesota Vikings for the National Football Conference game at Texas Stadium. POWER SAVER LOS ANAGELES Los Angeles Dodgers' night games will start 30 minutes earlier next season because of the energy president Peter O'Malley of the National Basketball League Club said Thursday. SIMPSON DIES MONTREAL Harold Edward Bullet Joe a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame since died in Coral Christmas it was learned here Wednesday. He was 79. a began his career with Win- nipeg Selkirks prior to his enlistment in the Canadian Army in 1917. He joined Edmonton Eskimos in 1921. then moved to the National Hockey League's New York Americans in 1925 tonight's game against Minnesota North Stars. The who have been using three goalies in will have only one ready to play against Atlanta Flames Saturday night. Doug who suffered back pains in Wednesday's 9-2 win against Montreal expects to be ready to piay when his turn comes up again in five but he'll undergo examination in hospital. Ed who injured a leg against Boston Bruins last won't be ready to play ihis weekend. That leaves Dune Wilson as the starter for both Saturday's game in Toronto and Sunday's game in Chicago against the Black Hawks. Besides the Minnesota- Vancouver tonight's schedule has the Islanders playing the Golden Seals at California and St. Louis Blues at Pittsburgh Penguins. BUFFALO DETROIT 1 First period------1 Martin 22 8-03 Penalties Hughes Carnere Hogaboam 1601. Second period 2. Perreault 4 3. 23 Penalties Korab Hughes Gratton Carnere 17-45. Third period' 4 Debenedet 3 13-00 Penalties Dudley Stackhouse Johnson 8'25 on goal by Detroit 2 12 Buffalo 11 13 Attendance ATLANTA LOS ANGELES 4 First period 1. Los Murphy 2. Leiter 4 3. Bennett 7 Penalties Long Kannegiesser Second period No scoring. Penalties Deadmarsh Maloney Deadmarsh game misconduct 15-59. Third period 4. Los Widmg 7 Los Murphy 6. Atlanta. Leiter 5 7. Los Kozak 7 8. Leiter 6 9. Lysiak 10 Bennetts. 19.15. Penalties None. Shots on goal by Los Angeles 10 13 Atlanta 9 4 Attendance the tourney final and did so by eliminating the Calgary Cascades 74-65 in the final. Dick DeKlerk and Bob New- combe notched 12 points apiece for the who trailed 37-26 at the half. Meanwhile in other games staged the Cascades defeated Browning Braves Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks edged Calgary Rosc.a Pix 95- 84. Cascades dumped Mount Royal 84-76 and LCC 88-75. In the Cascades-Browning John Wieland paced the Calgary crew with an 18- point performance while John Kennedy netted 29 in a losing cause. A brilliant 38-point outing by Brent Fairbanks carried the LCC to their win over Rosca Pix. Gary Williams aided the cause with 17 points while John Powell dumped in 35 points for Rosca Pix. DeKlerk came up with his best game of the tourney as he hooped 32 points to lead the Cascades to victory over Mount Royal. Doug Baker managed 23 points for Mount Royal. In the only other Tom Sindlinger flipped in 29 points to lead the Cascades over LCC in the semi- final. DeKlerk chipped in with 20 points while Brent Fairbanks paced the LCC with 20. Robin Hansen also notched 15 points in a losing effort. HOOP SHOTS Howard Harrison of Columbia Basin was chosen as the tourney's most valuable player All- star awards went to Charles Peake of Columbia Jon Powell of Rosca Brent Fairbanks of LCC and Lloyd Fairbanks and Al Williams of Doug's Doug's were well represented with many out- standing Southern Alberta ball but a make-up team just commits too many errors Columbia Basin are well coached and disciplined This ends another chapter of the long history of the Christ- mas Basketball Tournament. COLUMBIA BASIN DOUG'S 80 Columbia Basin Mallagones Leffall Harrison Fountain V Smith P. Smith Ostrum John- son Uhhng Peake Paysse Marvin. Total 102. Doug's Shackleford J Dudas Mychasmk Fairbanks A. Tollestrup Williams Clarke 2. Total 80. DOUG'S CASCADES 65 Doug's Magerowski Shackleford J. Dudas Mychasiuk Fairbanks A. Dudas Tollestrup Williams Clark 4. Total 74. Cascades T. Sindlinger Sloan Christie Kaake Wieland Magek DeKlerk New- combe G. Sindlinger Myre. Total 65. CASCADES BROWNING 75 Cascades T. Sindlinger Ch'ristie Myre Newcombe Sloan DeKlerk Wieland 18. Bergan G Sindlinger Kaake Magek 10 Total 102. Browning E Kennedy 4. Jor- dan Goss Desrosier Nevms J. Kennedy 29. Connelly 3. Total 75. LCC 95. ROSCA PIX 84 LCC Cahoon R. Hansen 10. Klovansky Pard Fairbanks Schuler Toone Williams 17 Total 95. Rosca Pix Amalung Parrott Littlewood Quance Artist Powell Daily Price Thouthorne 8. Total 84. CASCADES MOUNT ROYAL 76 Cascades T. Sindlinger Myre Newcombe Sloan. DeKlerk Wieland Bergan G. Sindlinger. Kaake Magek Total 84. Mount Royal Smith Salmon Hellard Baker Simpson Hayes 8. Total 84. COLUMBIA BASIN DOUG'S 95 Columbia Basin Megallones Leffall Harrison Fountain V Smith P. Smith Ostrum Johnson Peake Marvin. Total 113. Doug's Magerowski Shackleford J. Mychasiuk 2. Fairbanks A. Dudas Tollestrup Williams 23. Total 95. CASCADES LCC 75 Cascades T. Sindlinger Christie Myre Newcombe Sloan DeKlerk 20. Wieland Bergan G. Kaake 2. Magek 2 Total 88. LCC Jasiukiewicz Olsen 2. Cahoon Hansen Park Fairbanks Schuler Williams 10. Total 75. Most valuable Howard Harrison of Columbia Falls was named most valuable player at the annual Christmas tournament that ended Thursday evening at the Civic Centre. Fines worked for four players felt pinch CHRYSLER IfUWCIYJTIM Our leases are full of but you'd never know it by the price Phone ROY MclNTOSH at 328-9271 Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. Corner of 3rd Ave. and 11th St. 8. 328-9271 MAY AS NEL.UDARL.irN.fOU KNOW WIVES -THEY PUT TWO AN1 WHETHER THEY ARE OR WHETHER THEY'RE NOT By NEIL CAMPBELL Canadian Press Staff Writer The fines coach Jacques Plante handed four of his play- ers earlier in the day seemed to have a positive effect on the play of Quebec Nordiques Thursday night. Quebec defeated Cleveland Crusaders 4-2 to vault into a second-place tie with Toronto Toros in the World Hockey As- sociation East Division. who also is general manager of the fined goaltenders Serge Aubry and Richard Brodeur each and forwards Rejean Houle and Michel Parizeau each. The goalies missed a Wednesday workout while Houle and Parizeau showed up late for it. Aubry and Brodeur didn't play Thursday but Pa- rizeau set up Guy Dufour's go- ahead goal and Houle engi- neered Serge Bernier's winner in the second period. Sugar Bowl opens Four Southern Alberta high school basketball clubs remained in the running for the Raymond Sugar Bowl championship title after first round action ceased Thursday night. Four games officially open- ed the two-day modified dou- ble knockout event which concludes with five more games today. The cham- pionship final is slated to go at 8.30 tonight at the Raymond Recreation Hall. In first round play Thur- the Cardston Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute host Raymond Comets and Magrath Zeniths continued their bid for the classic title as they scored victories. Cardston dumped Calgary St. Francis Browns 44-41 behind Tim Karren's 12-point outing. Tony Bar bare notched 15 points in a losing cause. The LCI Rams advanced to the side semi-final by edging Winnipeg Fort Rich- mond 37-34. Randy Stevens paced the Rams with 20 big points while D. Light and T. Friesen hooped 10 points apiece for the eastern club. The host Comets came up with a solid team effort to defeat the Stirling Lakers 57- 51. Jeff Hill topped the Comets' scorers with 18 while F. Parrot swished 19 for the Lakers. In the final game of the Magrath Zeniths whipped Edmonton Bonnie Doon Lancers Ron Harker and Kevin Anderson led the Zeniths with 16 points each while Jim Prince sunk 15 for. the Michel Oeguise had an easy time of it in the Quebec as the Nordiques outshot the Crusaders 3947. The Nordiques and Toros each have 37 points. Cleveland dropped to fourth place in the tight East Division race. Cleveland has played 34 Quebec 36 and Toronto 38. Regina Pats defeated STOCKHOLM Regina Pats suffered their second straight setback in Ahearne Cup play to Moscow Dynamo. Three goals by Rich Ulrich were not enough to offset the power of Dynamo as the Soviet team outscored the Canadians in each period 3- 4-2. Greg Joly and Mike Wanchuk also tallied for the Western Canada Hockey League juniors who are play- ing here against experienced senior and professional teams. In Thursday's other games. Minnesota Fighting Saints moved into first place in the WHA West with a 5-4 win over the slumping Edmonton Oilers and New England Whalers downed Los Angeles Sharks 5-1. Saints 5 Oilers 4 Rob Walton had a goal and two assists and goalie John Garrett blocked 41 shots for the who lead the Oilers and Houston Aeros by one point. Ted Hampson's breakaway goal at of the first period proved to be the winner as Minnesota battled back from a 2-0 first-period deficit. Edmonton's Jim Harrison drew a major and mis- conduct from referee Bob Sloan as a result of a second- period fight with Minnesota's George Morrison. Whalers 5 Sharks 1 John French and Tom Web- ster scored third-period goals 57 seconds apart to break open a tight as the Whalers moved eight points in front of the Toros and Nordiques. A first-period fight between New England's Ted Green and the Sharks' Steve Sutherland also involved Whaler goalie Al who was handed a minor and misconduct. New England also drew a bench penalty. SHOOTERS SCOREBOARD PLAINSMAN SPORTS The main hub of target shoot- ing activity is centred at the RCMP range on 5th Street Here the .Lethbridge Revolver Club is shooting on Wednesday- nights and Sunday and the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Revolver Club are shooting on Tuesday nights. On Thursdays the Lethbridge Marksman are shooting small bore with a Junior program that starts promptly at 7 p.m. There Is an excellent opportunity for aspiring young marks- man to not only benefit from the excellent Instruction of but also to win a series of awards and trophies as their proficiency increases There is no need to even own a rifle. For further information contact Frank Leffingwell at 327-1027. The Lelrtbridge Revolver Club has not been active for two as Boris Snyder's first targets soon demonstrated. But things come back and Boris was back to a 94 at last week's session The Warner Rifle and Revolver Club be starting their winter program commencing with the first Wednesday night after the new year. For further information here contact Lowell Oslng. The Fish and Wildlife Division report that coyotes in this area are not Infected with as they are In other parts of the pro- vince. rabies and distemper are symptoms of coyote over-population. But while we have a good coyote and fur prices are at an all time hunters should be encour- aged to salvage the fur available. This might even be an assist to the coyotes themselves if population can be controlled at reasonable levels where disease Is not a factor and poisoning programs are not necessary. PLAINSMAN mm m WESTERN CANADA'S LEADING SUP- PLIER OF QUALITY TARGET EQUIPMENT. RELOADING LIGHTWEIGHT CAMP- ING AND ALPINE GEAR. COMPLETE GUNSMITHIN9 SERVICE. St. AITA. Phone 32A-6822 KEN K'OTKAS BOB HOBBS RICK KUCHKMAN ART BOURNE ;