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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHbRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 28, 1974 LAS VEGAS FUN FEST 4 days. 3 nights accomodation. U drive for 46 hours. Return Airfare Great Falls, Las Vegas via Frontier Air- lines only ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-320' Herald Sports Stars score with two seconds left to win Christmas Tournament 66-65 LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. LQMOT Ltnt 7Hi Mwpplng Mdl Phont (403) 321-7411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Western All-Stars' miracle finish too much for Raymond ROBERT HANSEN GARY WILLIAMS A CLARENCE ANULUNG BILL I.ATHROP JIM LATHROP By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Christmas is the time for miracles and the Christmas Basketball Tournament at the Civic Sports Centre in Lethbridge was the ideal spot for a miracle finish. The Western All-Stars from Calgary were the miracle workers Friday as they scored a come-from-behind upset vic- tory, over Raymond All-Stars to capture the 23rd annual tournament. Western's Jim Watson took a pass deep in the corner with only two seconds remaining on the clock and casually swished it through the hemp to give his team the 66-65 win. The All-Stars from the cow- town had trailed throughout the game, their fifth of the day. but for the second game in a row they came to life with only minutes remaining and moved ahead to win the game. The Western All-Stars suf- fered only one defeat in the two-day tourney, that coming at the hands of Raymond in the opening round on Thur- sday. Raymond was hampered by the absence of two of their main stars. Phil and Tim Tollestrup. Both boys were in Montana participating in another tournament. Not only did Watson win the game with his last minute heroics but he was also the Stars second top score with 12 points in the final game. Peter Ireland led the team with 14 points and Bill Lathrop added 10. High man for Raymond, who were leading 36-28 at half time, was Wally Tollestrup with 18 points. Don Atwood was next in line with 14 and Gary Williams hooped 12. The Allan Tollestrup Memorial Trophy for the tour- nament's most valuable player went to Wally Tollestrup. Wally's father presented the award. It is the third time a Tollestrup has won the trophy, with Phil and Tim Tollestrup both winning it in previous tournaments. The All-Star team consisted of Gary Williams off the Ray- mond squad, brothers Jim and Bill Lathrop from the Western All-Stars, Robert Hansen from Doug's and Clarence Anulung of Hoska Pix's. Recapping the entire tour- nament. Friday. Doug's beat Calgary LDS 101-74: Roska Pix's dropped Medicine Hat 85-64: Raymond bombed the Western Ail-Stars 106-75; Makoi Homes beat Calgary- Cascades 108-89: LDS won 94- 76 over Medicine Hat; Pix's defeated Doug's 81-80: and Raymond swamped Makoi 108-66. Saturday the Western Stars dropped the Cascades 106-79; Makoi beat LDS 92-84: West Stars defeated Doug's 79-71; Raymond upended Pix's 82- 70; West Stars beat Makoi 72- 46; West Stars defeated Pix's 71-65 and in the championship game they dropped Raymond 66-65. A special presentation was made after the final game to Dave Leishman, a long-time referee and basketball fan, recognizing his many years of service in the sport. Western All-Stars reached the final via a thrilling 71-65 win over the Pix's. The Stars, who trailed 39-32 at the half, didn't move into the lead until the final 14 minutes, but once there they stayed ahead. Top scorer for the winners was Peter Ireland with 16 WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Trucks Industrial Demolition Anything Made of Iron! CAST IRON Truck Truck Grant Service National Salvage Company NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-172 1 "Scrap It Our Butlnvtt" points. Hugh Phelan led the Pix's with 18. In Raymond's only other game of the day they defeated the Pix's 82-70 in a game that was a lot closer than many felt it would be. The Raymond quintet was nursing a 70-67 lead with only three minutes remaining but John Jasiukiewicz went to work and fed two pin-point passes to Wally Tollestrup and Gary Williams and suddenly Raymond had a seven point cushion. Tollestrup continued his hot hand, leading the winners with 30 points. Williams was next in line with 24. Clarence Anulung was tops for the Pix's with 15. Doug's of Lethbridge was eliminated from play when they dropped a 79-71 decision to the West All-Stars. The Stars led 42-35 at the half and successfully main- tained that edge throughout the remainder of the game. Bill Lathrop was top scorer for the Stars with 18 while Glen Schuler registered 18 for the losers and Dave Preus added 16 more. At 9.30 a.m. the All-Stars dropped Cascades 106-79. led by the 24 point outburst of Jim Watson. The Stars led 56-44 at half time and were never in trouble. Wayne Bishop was the big man for the Cascades with 18 points and Tom Sindlinger chipped in with 14 as did Gary Thompson. Makoi Homes defeated Calgary LDS in a tight game. 92-84. Marty Allred hooped 23 points for the winners and James Wooly canned 20. Doug Hirsche was the big man for the losers with 30 points and Bruce Hamilton picked up 17. The All-Stars were leading Makoi Homes 72-46 when Makoi ran into foul trouble and ended up with only three players eligible to play. The referees called a halt to the contest. Allred was leading Makoi with 15 points at the time and Bill Lathrop had 12 for the Stars. Three players received honorable mention as All- Stars. They were Hugh Phelan of the Pix's, Marty Allred of Makoi and John Jasiukiewicz of Raymond. REBOUNDS Doug's team holds the record for the most tournament wins with six their last victory was in 1971 Ray Perrott of the Roska squad had a rare injury occur he jumped up for a rebound and hit his head on the boards, sending blood flowing through his blonde hair the fans, over 700 for the final two games, were solidly behind Raymond throughout the final but some switched sides when the All-Stars pulled their stunning recovery It was a toss up who worked harder at the tournament, Doug Clark tour- nament director or his son Cam Cam was the official go-for for the tourney whenever anything was need- ed Cam would go for it... the vast majority of the games were of the highest calibre as the teams entered in the tourney were fairly evenly matched. WALLY TOLLESTRUP Hunter dealing with eight clubs AHOSKIE, N.C. (AP) A lawyer for pitcher (Cat- fish) Hunter said Friday night there now are eight baseball teams on the star righthander's list of potential employers his former team. Oakland A's. Lawyer Joseph Flythe de- clined, however, to name the other teams. The following clubs sent representatives to this farm- ing hamlet 24 miles southwest of the Virginia-North Carolim York Yankees. Boston Red Sox. San Diego Padres. Texas Rangers. Milwaukee Brewers. Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, California Angels, Pittsburgh Pirates. Montreal Expos and Kansas City Royals. The teams that have pulled out of the negotiations are De- troit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles. Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals. San Francisco Giants were the only club that didn't make any sort of bid for Hunter, said Flythe. That leaves New York Mets, Chic a go Cubs. Minnesota Twins, Atlanta Braves. Oakland. Houston Aslros and Chicago White Sox ns teams which have neither made personal apperances nor dropped out of the sweep- slakes. ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. FsSt AUTO BONDS LIABILITY Roy insurance and olhar leading ..4- Floor S17-4IH 8. Ph. 327-1S41 Christmas Tournament kings Pictured above are the Western All-Stars from rop, Dave Hellard, Warren Meyer and Jim Myers. In Calgary, the winners of the 23rd annual Christmas the front, left to right, are team manager Dale Dug- Basketball Tournament. Back row, left to right are, ray, Bill Lathrup, Keith Recsky, Greg Wolcott and Jim Watson, Bob Herdman, Peter Ireland, Jim Lath- George Reti. Joe Kapp stirred things up in NFL NEW YORK (AP) Drop- ping a live mouse in a roomful of debutantes, and dropping the question of Joe Kapp to National Football League owners accomplishes about the same thing. They scatter in all direc- tions. Only a handful of NFL ex- ecutives are willing to guess the possible ramifications of the United Slates District Court, suit brought in San Francisco by Kapp. a former quarterback who refused to sign a standard player contract. Most say "no refer questions to NFL com- missioner Pete Rozelle for a "no comment." or just aren't available tor comment. The ruling in the Kapp suit struck down the NFL's reserve clause, the so-called Rozelle contained in the standard player parts of the player draft. The reserve clause binds a player to the team with which he has a contract for one year after that contract expires. The Rozelle rule says the team a tree agent joins must pay compensation to the team he left, with Rozelle deciding the compensation if the teams disagree. If there was one thing NFL officials could agree on other than "no it was that the results of the suit will be appealed. That's probably one reason why they're reluc- tant to offer more than a grunting reaction. "Our only position would have to come from the league said Don Klosterman, vice president and general manager of Los Angeles Rams. "We are certain the case will be appealed. The league has the. right to appeal, and we, as a club, would have no comment until it is ul- timately decided." Richard Gordon, a former astronaut who orbited the moon and splashed down as executive vice president of New Orleans Saints, called the ruling "a basic attack on the structure of professional football." "This is really a league matter and not one for the teams lo'deal with in- dividually. I'd hate to have a bunch of Catfish Hunters running really be in trouble." George Allen, vice president, coach and general manager of Washington Redskins, said he "hated to see that decision because it won't help could hurt football." Cincinnati Bengals" coach Paul Brown also drew the allusion to baseball pitcher Jim (Catfish) Hunter who became a free agent last week. ELRICH TIRE SPOR r SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Patrick Division W L T F Phila.....23 6 5 131 Allanla.....16 15 5 101 Rangers ..14 11 8 134 Islanders .13 13 9 114 Smythe Division Vancouver ..21 10 5 133 Chicago .15 14 4116 Si. Louis .14 14 8 119 Minnesota ...1118 5 97 Kan City......5 24 4 81 Norris Division Montreal 19 611 155 LA.......18 4 11 105 Pittsburgh 11 16 7 132 Detroit .......9 19 5 97 Wash......3 29 4 77 Adams Division Buffalo......24 7 5 163 Boston .20 9 6 168 Toronto .1C 17 6 109 Calif 8 22 6 95 LEADERS A Pit 70 51 105 37 114 36 100 35 106 47 91 34 122 34 141 27 150 14 104 49 60 47 129 29 139 23 190 10 116 53 110 46 130 26 152 22 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F Saskatoon 19 Lethbridge Regina Brandon Flm Flon 17 16 17 16 14 18 8 21 7 20 A Pt9 118 45 157 36 139 36 182 33 193 22 192 22 143 53 110 41 128 41 140 37 144 29 183 15 Ford signs, girls now in Little League VAIL. Colo. (AP) President Ford has signed into law a bill formally opening the Little League baseball program to participa- tion by girls. Press secretary Ron Nessen. announcing the action Thursday, said the league's federal charter is changed to refer to "young people" rather than boys. In ad- dition, the law deletes a reference to the promo- tion of "m.inhrmri" among players. The league sought the changes after being con- fronted with a rash of lawsuits seeking to open the program to girls. Esposito. Bos Orr. 60S Perreaull. Bui Lafleur. Mil. Dionne. Det Clarke. Pha Robert. Buf Martin. Buf Mahoviich. Mil Vickers. NY R GAP .34 35 69 .23 43 66 ..23 31 54 .24 26 50 19 31 50 ...12 38 50 22 25 47 ..21 23 44 14 30 44 16 26 42 WORLD ASSOCIATION Canadian Division W L T F Toronto ..20 12 1 149 Quebec .18 14 0 132 Winnipeg ....16 13 1 119 Edmonton 16 10 0 100 Vancouver... 15 14 2 97 Eastern Division N. England .19 12 1 119 Cleveland .12 14 1 77 Chicago 11 19 0 97 Indiana...... 6 27 1 72 Western Division Houston Phoenix San Diego Minnesota Michigan ..22 11 ..15 13 ..15 15 ..15 15 .10 21 0 147 2 107 1 102 0 127 2 83 A Pts 120 41 114 36 91 33 84 32 96 32 106 39 86 25 117 22 149 13 95 44 102 32 108 31 115 30 145 22 7 177 2 155 2 142 5 152 6 123 Winnipeg 7 20 8 123 Western Division Victoria 25 10 3 231 Medicine Hat 19-93 155 Kamloops 19 11 3 162 New West 16 13 5 158 Edmonton 12 14 5 141 Calgary ft 2? 7 1 10 HOCKEY National N Y Rangers 9 Buffalo G Montreal 7 Detroit i California 5 Boston 2 World Minnesota 6 New England 3 Cleveland 4 Quebec 3 Toronto 4 Chicago 2 Indianapolis 1 Vancouver 1 Ontario Senior Brantford 5 Cambridge 4 Barrie 4 Orillia 3 Western International Kimberley 10 Penticton 1 Quebec Major Junior Waterloo 5 Granby 0 Meganlic 9 Beauport 3 Central Junior Brockville 5 Gloucester 3 Ontario' Major Junior Kingston 3 Kitchener 3 London 6 Hamilton 5 Toronto 9 Ottawa 5 Sudbury 9 Peterborough 7 Central Denver 1 Dallas 1 Western Canada Kamloops 9 Calgary 9 Medicine Hal 5 Regina 3 Manitoba Junior Dauphin 8 SI James Saskatchewan Junior Humboldl 7 North Battleford B.C. 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