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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHDRIDGE Wednesday, December 30, Chinooks drop Tollestmp most valuable By U.OVn Y.UIAGUSIH Herald Spurts Writer Lethbridge Deng's came in Uic back way but left tri- umphantly through the front. Doug's'upended the Univer- sity Chinooks 711-68 in the final before a packed house in the Civic Centre to capture the 15th animal senior men's Christmas basketball louwa-j incut championship. Enrcule to the championship, Doug's picked up (wo easy vic- tories in the first day of action Monday but fell to the U of L Ciiinooks 7-1-62 yesterday which forced them down into the 15 section. Doug's hit the floor again at seven o'clock after losing to the Ciiinooks and out- lasted the Calgary Westbrook Mall Warriors 90-77 in the B section final and were back ill action for Uie final after only a 20-minute rest. It was a h a r d-fouglit battle all the wav between the two Lcthbridge entries but the Ciii- nooks fell behind with five riiin- SELECTED TO ALL-STAR SQUAD An all-star tsam was selected at the conclusion of play in Christmas senior men's basketball tournament Tuesday. Named to the select five were, back row, left to right, Brian Sanders, University of Lethbridge Chinooks, Robin Fry, Doug's. Front row, left to right, Alex Dudas, Doug's and Don Andrews of West- brook Warriors of Calgary. Missing was Karl Kipp of Browning.____________________ overcame By GERRY BUTTON SASKAOON (CP) Ken Lundmark's upset stomach and Chuck LaBenz's complaints about the cold weather didn't hamper their performances in opening invitational events at the Saskatchewan indoor games Tuesday night. Liindmark, a 24-year-old Stockholm resident who at- tended Brigham Young Univer- sity last year, said he literally "slept in the bathroom Monday night" because of an ailing stomach but found strength enough to win the high jump with a leap of seven feet. Reynaldo Brown of Los Ange- les, who reached the same height, finished second in the six-man field because Lund- mark, 1970 European high jump champion, had fewer misses. Brown, rated the top indoor jumper in North America this year and holder of the Canadian Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINED NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX, PROFESSIONAL SKATE SHARPENING PER PAIR vOj5 OVER 300 PAIR OF SKATES IN STOCK! VERY GOOD SEIECTION OF STICKS AND HOCKEY EQUIPMENT. CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thurs. Fri. Till 9 p.m. South Alberta (or over 30 open record of had three tries at feet but missed each time. made Iwo attempts at Ihe same level and declined his third, he said, because of his illness. LaBenz, from the Pacific Coast Track and Field Club in Long Beach, Calif., used a pat- ented late kick to inn away from the field in Uie men's mile. Instead of elaborating on his winning performance, LaBenz was more concerned with the Saskatoon temperatures which hovered around the zero mark for most of the night. "Tills weather is 30 degrees colder than I've ever felt in my Royals fire Hulciimsoii CRANBROOK. B.C. (CP1 Cranbrook Royals of the West- ern IiiteiT. a t i o n a 1 Hockey League fired coach Kon Hutch- inson Tuesday. The dismissal notice came in a brief statement from learn president Bob Hockley. He said that Hutchinson, who has guided the Eoyals for the last 2? 2 seasons, is dismissed ef- fective immediately. The decision was reached, he said, because the Royals direc- tors felt the team had more po- tential than it had shown and because attendance had fallen off badly. Royals arc fourth ill a five- team league. General Manager Ai P'lick will handle the learn until a new coach is appointed. the Phoenix, Ariz., native said in an interview. "I went for a short walk Tuesday afternoon but was only out for 20 seconds tonight. It took me 10 seconds to go from the hotel to the cab and 10 seconds to run from the cab into the arena. "I suppose it would be all right if you dressed for it, but I'm used to walking around with no socks and worn out jeans and that just wouldn't do out here." LaBenz, who had tie second fastest mile time in the 1970, stayed back of Grant McLaren of University of Western Ontario and Vancou- ver's Norm T r e r i s e before lurching into the lead with less than two laps remaining. BEATS KAAL He finished with a time of while Peter Kaal of Okla- homa State finished second in and Steve Savage of the University of Oregon placed third. Trerise wound up fourth, llich Ritchey of Oregon, formerly of Vancouver, placed fifth ajid McLaren was last. Tom Von Huden, world indoor record holder for metres in took an easy victory in the sop-metre event. He covered the distance in to defeat Mark Winzenreid of the Univer- sity of Wisconsin and Russ S c h m e i k e 1 of South Dakota State. For Von Ruden. Ihe victory i proved a pomt. Last year the Oklahoma State graduate fin- j ishcd third in the 600-metre j event behind Lcc Evans of San 1 Jose, Calif., one of the top-rale I runners in the world. Von Ruden said he returned to Saskatoon to show the people I he "could really run." ules remaining in Ihe contest. H seemed that the Chinooks couldn't find Uie range last night as they repeatedly miss- ed fine opportunities to take the lead while Doug's, on the other hand, were hot and kept up a steady pace. At half-lime Ihe Chinooks trailed 37-33 and could not close the gap made by the champs. Robin Fry was instrumental in Doug's victory as he hooped 19 points while teammate Alex Dudas chipped in with 16. AI Williams also aided the cause with 15. Iror the Chinooks, big T i in Tolleslrup dunked 25 points wlu'lc Brian Sanders con- Magralh beaten RAYMOND It was a short trip home for the Winnipeg Dakota Lancers as they reign as the new Raymond Sugar Bowl champions. Last night before a packed house, the eastern club came back from a four-point deficit to trim the Magrath Zeniths 44- 39 in the tourney final. Brodie hopes to pass Crosby -event SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Whether the amateur champion of the Bing Crosby golf tourna- ment gets to defend his crown two weeks from now de- pend on Ihe culcome of the Na- tional Football Conference title game. The amateur is John Brodie, record-setting quarterback for San Francisco 49ers who are matched against Dallas Cow- boys Sunday. If the 49ers win, they have a Super Bowl date in Miami Jan. 17, the same day as the final round of the Crosby classic at Pebble Beach. Brodie and Bob Rosburg won the Pro-Am last January, but John hopes he will have to send his regrets Ihis time, avid golfer though he is. FELL OFF IN 1961) Brodie sparkled in a 7-6-1 sea- son in 1968, but then the 49ers fell off to 4-8-2 in 1969. Then Brodie hit the peak in 1970. Wilh an improved line and sharp receivers, he led confer- ence passers and was sacked only eight limes, a new league record. He completed 223 passes for yards and became the fourth quarterback in pro his- tory to exceed completions and yards during his car- eer. o enter liail of fame NEW YORK (AP) Ezzard Charles and Max Schmcling, two former world heavyweight champions, are the latest fight- ers to make boxing's Hall of Fame. Charles, S'chtneling and the late Harry Wills, Professor Mike Donovan and Kid Williams were elected Tuesday, bringing to 107 the number of ring greats ID the hall. Charles, 43, and suffering from sclerosis, and Sclrmeling, 65, and a prosperous business- man in Gel-many, were named to the modern group. Willis, a top-notch heavy- weight, was elected by the Old- Timers Committee as was Wil- liams, a former bantamweight champion. Donovan, a former middleweight king, was named by the Hall of Fame's directors. Slumps tie Rustlers stretch lead EDMONTON7 (CP) Terry Wcdderburn scored three goals as the Red Deer Rustlers Irounced the Edmonton Movers 6-4 in an Alberta Junior Hockey game Tuesday night be- j fore, about -150 fans. i Doug Stumpf adrM 3 pair of i goals for the Rustlers and Don Jacobson completed the scor- i ing- I Jim Miller, Gord Gamble, Jim Gerrard and rookie Peter ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dented Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Skrabyk, a juvenile player, picked up a goal and an assist for Edmonton. The Rustlers led 3-0 alter the j first period and moved ahead j 5-2 going into the third. The Movers, who outshol Tied Deer 37-33, pulled goalie Brian Banks as the second period opened. He was replaced by Brian Rimmcr who handled the goaltending chores for the re- mainder of Uie game. Red Deer took 10 of 13 minor penalties. Meanwhile Calgary Cougars and Ponoka Slampeders bat- tled to a 3-3 tie in a closcly- fraigbt game Tuesday night in Ponoka. The More was tied 1-1 at Uie end of the first and Calgary had slipped ahead 3-2 by ihe end of the second. Daryl Wallis scored the tying goal for Ponoka at of the third period as both goalies turned in fine late-game per- formances. Al Pollock, Doug Uunbar and Darrcll Goss scored the Cougar goals and Evan McPhcdran, Alarccl Comcau and Wallis re- taliated for Slampeders. Graham Parson in the Pono- ka ncls slopped 29 shots and Scot Darling stopped 28 in the Calgary nds. Each learn was assessed six minor penalties and Calvary got a misconduct En route to the finals, the Lancers dropped Cardston Cou- gars 53-3-1 Monday evening and oullasled the defending cham- pion Raymond Comets 58 54 in a contest that went into its fourth overtime yesterday. In the finals, Dick Poller was strong for the Lancers ris he hooped 15 poinls while Don Hamilton was the lop marks- man for Ihe Zenilhs with 13. In earlier games yesterday, Cardston eliminated Ihe Stir- ling Lakers from further action with a 59-50 triumph but suffer- ed a 50-40 defeat in the con- solation event against the LCI Rams: The Rams had earlier pushed the Regina Lutheran College to the sidelines with a 56-29 shel- lacking. Another eastern entry Campbell Collegiate of Regina suffered a 56-48 loss at the hands of the Zeniths and play- ed off with the Raymond Com- ets for third place. The Comets dumped their opponents 50-40. To conclude the tournament, theCardston cheerleaders were awarded the cheering Iro- phy while the most valuable player award went to Don Hamilton of the Zeniths. The most sportsmanlike team tro- phy went to the Winnipeg Lancers. An all-star team was chosen consisting of Gary Williams, Raymond, Gord Pengilly, Stir- ling, Brian Johnson, Campbell, Bob Matthews, Lancers, and Ron Watts of the Lancers. Fight set for March NEW YORK (.AP) The long-awaited heavyweight title showdown between Joe Frazier and Muhammad All is now officially set for Madison Square Garden and closed circuit tele- vision on March 8. Garden boxing officials today announced a press luncheon for noon Wednesday, indicating that the negotiations have been com- pleted. There have been reports that each fighter has been guaran- teed a purse of 52.5 million for a show expected to gross close to million. Loyola lakes college louriicy TORONTO (CD Loyola College Warriors of Montreal emerged as the top team in Hockey Canada's inaugural in- vitational college tournament Tuesday by scoring a surpris- ingly-easy 4-0 victory over York University Yeomen of Toronto. Loyola reached the final after an exciting 3-2 win over St. Mary's University of Halifax Monday in the Montreal leg of Uie eight-team competition. tribulcd 12 in a losing cause. It was a case of just too many games for the Calgary Warriors in the B section final against Doug's. Earlier in the day, the War- riors faced Cranbrook York Hotel and picked up a well-de- served 99-74 victory with the help of Don Andrews' 40-point performance. Ken Kaake also hooped 20 for the winners. T h e Warriors followed up with a decisive 113-78 win over the Edmonton LDS club as An- drews, Ed Blotc and Bill Muck- low all pumped in 23 points apiece. They were followed closely by Jim Christie with 21. For Edmonton, Bill Buxton managed 24 points. They watched the Browning Braves trim Ihe Medicine Hat College 65-64 as Pele Conway flipped in 29 points for the win- ners and Larry Baker hooped 24 for the Hal. The Warriors bounced back into aclion meeling Ihe Braves and sailed away an 86-66 vic- tory. Andrews and Blotl once again shune for Ihe Warriors with 21 points apiece while Conway managed 25 in a los- ing cause. In the B section final Doug's were a little too strong for Ihe Warriors as they ran out of steam in the final ten minutes of play. At half-lime Doug's held a slim 36-32 margin and just kept hammering the back- boards to pick up the win. Fry and Jim Gladstone each rammed in 14 points while Wil- liams added 13. Bill Mucklow was tops for the Warriors with 21 points wlu'le teammates Andrews and Blott notched 18 and 17 re- spectively. The tournament concluded with Ihe presentation of the all- star trophies with Fry and Alex Dudas of Doug's, Karl Kipp of BrowT-ing, Brian Sanders of the Chinooks and Andrews of Cal- gary being named the recip- ients. In winning the most valuable player award, Tim Tollestrup of the Chinooks took home the Allan Tollestrup trophy. The 1970 edition of the tour- nament goes into the books as yet another success and the of- ficials who organized the event should be commended. CALGARY 113, EDMONTON 78 Calgary Andrews !3, Hlrsche 10, McMillan, Rimstad, Kettles, Chrisii 21, Ogilvie, MucldDW 23, Kaake 13, Blott 23. Edmonton K. Cahoon 12, Halluk 4, Bennett 5, Balderson li, B. Hlrscrie 2, Buxlon 2J, Mensch 6, Sommerfeldt 7, Cahoon 3. BROWNINC if, MEDICINE HAT (4 Browninc Juneau, Kipp 7, Conway 29, L. Jordan 5, B. Jordan 2, Schmildt 15, Kennedy 3, Merchant 4, While. To- Medicine Hat Baker 2.1, Dent 9, Holden B, Tisnie Salkman, Buchert, Barrie 6, McLeod, McDougall, Good- ine, Dyck, SchGrer II. CALGARY 59, CRANBROOK 74 Calgary Btott 10, Kaake !0, Muck- low 15, Christie 3, Rimstad. McMillan 2, Hlrsctie 9, Andrews 40, Kettles. Total Cranbrook Dalke 6, Drummond 1J, MacDonald 14, Oddy 20, Boyden 10, Nyies 6, McAdarn 2. CALGARY 56, BROWNING 4i Calgary Andrews 21, Hirsche 12, McMiilian, Chrislie 8, Mucklow 13, Kaake 11, Blott 21: Total-Si. Browning Juneau, Kipp 12, Con- way 25, L. Jordan 4, B. Jordan 5, Schlldt 3, Kennedy 12, Merchant 5. To- CHINOOKS DOUG'S 71 Chinooks TolleslruD 17. Burr, San- ders 18. K. Peterson, E. Peterson. Mil. ner 7, Hague 12, Sloan 5, Kempt 15, Christensen, Tail, Roberts. Doug's McClain 10. Nowlin .1, Glad- stone "11, Kenney, Dudas 1, Nelson, Mil- ner 9. Fry 16, William! 13, Balog 2, Altwood 6. Totai-72. DOUG'S 90, CALGARY 77 Doug's McClain 4, Nowlin 4, Glad- stone 14, Kennev 3, Dudas 19, Nelson 10, Milner 3, Fry 14, Williams 13, Atl- wood 2, Balog 4. Calgary Andrews IS, Hirsche, Me- Mlllian 5, Christie 11, Mucklow 21, Kaake 5, Blott 17. Total-77. DOUG'S 78, CHINOOKS 63 Doug's McClsIn II, Mowiin 2. Glad- stone 12, Kenney, Dudss 16, Nelson, Milner, Fry 19, Williams 15, Balog 2, Attwood. Chinooks Tnlleslrup 25, Burr, San- ders 12, K. Peterson, E. Peterson 1, Milner 2, Hanue Slwn 9, S, Ohristensen, Roberts. MOST VALUABLE Tim Tollestrup was named this most valuable player in the annual Christmas senior men's basketball tournament Tuesday. Tollestrup led the Uni- versity of lethbridge Chinooks to the final before losing 78-68 to Doug's ANDY CAPP fflj REMEMBER, NOW, BON'TJWETOO KNOW WHATTERUKE. THE TASTE MAN'S ALREAW NINETY PER CENT WATER, STILL NOT SATISFIED Court PERTH, Australia (AP) Margaret Court followed up on a second set break and sparked Australia to victory over Great Britain in the finals of the Fed- eration Cup women's tennis tournament Tuesday Mrs. Court, playing nervously in the blistering heat, had dropped the first set to British veteran Ann Jones, 8-6, then got a break in the second set. It was in the eighth game tennis final when Mrs. Court's scorching forehand drive caught the top of the net and dribbled over. She took that game to lead 5-3 and held service at love for a 6-3 de- cision. She rattled up a 4-1 lead In the final set and took it to nail down Uie Cup for Australia for the fifth time. The British had eliminated Ihe United States 3-0 in Mon- day's semi-finals. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Divis v; i New York 24 Bosion ?4 Montreal 11 Toronto 15 II Vancouver 13 :i Chicago St. Louis Minnesota Philadelphia Pittsburgh Los Angeles California 71 ivision 21 2 F A Pis 124 73 54 159 89 53 '116 92 39 114 108 31 I 100 139 29 1 100 129 2i I 67 128 20 I 131 73 51 8-1 82 41 75 91 3! i 73 8S 29 I 99 IDS 28 97 113 25 82 116 24 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts Quebec........15 13 0107103 34 Springfield 14 17 1 1U128 29 Providence 11 15 4105120 2fi Montreal 10 18 5 ICO 120 25 West Division Baltimore 18 a 3109 83 39 Cleveland .....14 n 130 94 36 Hershey 1? 4 6 97 94 30 Rochester......13 13 3 99 103 29 WESTERN CANADA Eastern Division W L T F A Pis 20 10 1 127 93 41 IB 12 132 111 35 17 15 1? IS Estcvan Flin Flon Winnipeg Regina Brandon Edmonton Calgary Saskatoon iff Current Medicine Hat 1 150 35 1 100 119 25 0 132 192 24 Western Division 11.1 M 13 11 3 107 7? 39 15 19 1 146 M3 31 13 18 3 112 13S 38 9 24 0 131 143 18 WESTERN LEAGUE W L T F A PtS Portland 22 7 A 126 94 Seattle 15 10 -i 102 90 34 San Diego M 15 5 109 114 33 Denver 11 16 9 114 125 31 Phoenix 11 13 7 112128 29 Salt Lake city 11 IB 3 96103 25 Esposifo, Bos Orr, Bos Hedge, Bos McKenzit, Bos Ullman, Tor G A Pts Pirn ..32 36 63 25 13 41 54 55 19 27 46 40 14 29 43 65 20 22 42 R. HuX, Chi 19 23 42 22 Bucyk, Bos Ratelle, NY Keen, Tor Kurtenbach, Vcr Cashrnan, Bos HOCKEY SCORES National New York 3 California 2 American Baltimore 5 Cleveland 3 Montreal 3 Rochester 2 Phoenix 4 Salt Lake 3. Eastern New Jersey 4 Syracuse 3 Central Kansas City 3 Amarillo 3 International Dayton 2 Des Moines 2 Saskatchewan Senior Yorkton 10 Moose Jaw 2 Western International Klmberiey. 4 Cranbrook 3 New Brunswick Junior Monet on 3 Frpdericton 0 Ontario Junior Montreal 8 Toronlo 6 Ottawa 7 Hamilt no3 Peterborough 4 London 1 Western Canada Regina 3 Edmonton 2 Flin Flon 13 Brandon 3 Metyiine Hal 7 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Junior Weyhurn 10 Humbolrit 2 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Delroi! 99 Atlanta 97 Los Angles 126 Chicano 117 Bosion 110 Son Diego IOB Philadelphia 13.) Buffalo 113 Milwaukee 11? Cleveland 97 ABA Florida 91 New York 90 Memphis 109 Pittsburgh 101 Virginia 143 Texas 120 Carolina 113 Utah 110 Denver 116 Indiana 105 19 20 39 18 20 38 4 8 19 37 2 14 23 37 58 10 27 37 H Threefold wishes go your way wealth, happiness in the New Year with our thanks by ihe thousandfold. From and the MANAGEMENT and STAFF ah ELRICH TIRE LTD. _ i. COMPLETE tlRE iHJVICE 403 lit Av. South Phoni or 337-4445 ;