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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, February 1, 1975 Golden Bears close iii on Victoria Short sport Pronghorns run away from Saskatchewan 93-68 By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer The battle for last place at the University of Lethbridge gymnasium Friday night turn- ed out to be not much of a bat- tle after all. The U of L Pronghorns demonstrated in convincing fashion that they, at least, are a much better ballclub than their record would indicate as they trounced University of Saskatchewan Huskies 93-68. Both clubs enteredjthe con- test with only two wins to their credit in Canada West league play, but that was where the similarity ended. After playing even with the visitors in the early moments, the Pronghorns took over complete control of the game, building up a 50-23 halltime lead, and coasting to the win. "What can you remarked a pleased 'coach LET OUR EXPERTS KEEP YOUR CAR IN PERFECT TUNE. TUNE-UP SPECIAL Complete tests and adjustments of engine electrical system, including carburetor idle and speed adjustments. 6-CYLINDER 11 25 8-CYLINDER Most models (Parts extra) 1075 Most models (Parts extra) Complete carburetor overhaul at additional cost, if necessary. ALL WORK DONE BY FACTORY-TRAINED GUARDIAN MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS. Guardian Maintenance ANDERSON SUPPLIES LTD. Phone 642-3933 Warner, Alberta WE USE GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS PARTS Robin Fry in the dressing room. "The guys just decided to go out and win the game." "The press worked, they hustled on the zone we just turned them inside out." If anything, Fry's com- ments understate the case. Nine minutes into the first half, the score was tied 13-13. But the Pronghorns ran off 11 unanswered points in the next three minutes and never look- ed back. Steady outside shooting by Phil Letham, and a fast break led by guards Richard Foggo and Joey Shackleford provid- ed most of the offence in the first half spurt. On defence, a full-court press that was to force 40 tur- novers over the game began bearing fruit, and a tough zone defence forced the Huskies to shoot from well outside even when they got past the press. Best testimony to the effects of the zone defence is the five-point performance of Saskatchewan 'centre Roger, Ganes. The 6'6" youngster went into the game as the league's second leading scorer with an 18.7 average, but he got free only five times all night to take shots. Letham racked up 18 points in the first half, and finished as the game's high scorer with 26. Foggo was next in line for the Pronghorns as he hooped 16 points, in addition to mak- ing several pretty passes to set up teammates; Lauren Edlund added 15 points and Joey Shackleford chipped in with 10. Carl Anderson p'aced the Huskies with 25 points while little Kim Renwick added 16. Fry was able to use all of his players extensively, and his club would undoubtedly have hit the century mark had he left the starters in the game. The locals shot an im- pressive 44% from the floor, compared with only 34% for the Huskies. On the backboards, Ganes demonstrated why he is the league's top rebounder as he pulled down 13 balls. All told, the Huskies outrebounded the Pronghorns 54-37. Phil Letham and Joey Shackleford led the locals in that department with eight each while Lauren Edlund grabbed seven. In the women's game, the Saskatchewan Huskiettes out- scored the Pronghorns. 8-0 over a three-minute period midway through the second half, breaking up a tight game and lifting the visitors to a 53- 40 victory. The locals trailed only 35-30 with 12 minutes remaining in the game, but a cold spell dropped them behind 43-30 within three minutes. Terri Duke led Saskatchewan with 18 points while Karen Kusler added 16. Debbie Yanota was tops for the Pronghorns with 10 points and Jacy Fox added eight. Elsewhere in Canada West play Friday, the race for first place tightened up a little more as the league-leading Victoria Vikings lost and the second-place Alberta Golden Bears won. In Calgary, the U of C Dinosaurs dropped Victoria 74-61 despite the Vikings' 57% shooting performance from the floor. Pat Lee paced Calgary with 19 points while Lyle Leslie added 18. Lee Emundson was tops for Victoria with 14 points. Meanwhile, Doug Baker hit PHIL LETHAM During Apollo's SURPRISE DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month APOLLO LEARN TO FLY Clip Tnli Coupon and Bring It In Worth 20% OFF 20% OFF YOUR NEW LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLER EXPIRES FEB. YOUR NEW DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEM f HPOLio mm CENTRES LTD. 321 13th Street North 329-4666 12 of 15 shots in the last 10 minutes of the game to lift University of Alberta Golden Bears to an 81-77 comeback win over UBC Thunderbirds in Edmonton. UBC led 35-32 at the half, and held a seven-point lead before Baker made his presence felt. Baker wound up the game witli 32 points while Colin Fennel! followed with 14 and Len Davidiuk contributed 10 for the Bears. League scoring leader Steve Pettifer had 22 points for UBC while Blake Iverson hooped 21 and Ralph Turner chipped in with 18. Friday's action leaves Vic- toria still in first place with an 11-4 record. Alberta is next in line with a 9-4 record of 9-4, giving them two games in hand over Victoria. UBC and Calgary are right behind with 8-5 records. From' there, it drops to Lethbridge with 3-12, and Saskatchewan at 2-11. In women's action, league- leading UBC Thunderettes took a 54-50 decision over Alberta Pandas in Edmonton and second-place Victoria Vikettes walloped Calgary Dinnies 80-46. HOOP SHOTS Should the Pronghorns play as well as they did Friday night for the rest of the season, they could have a big effect on the final standings they play in Calgary next weekend, and travel to Edmonton for their final two games, and both of those clubs will be going down to the wire in search of first or second place and a berth in the playoffs first, however, the locals will be looking for another win tonight they play the Huskies again at p.m., following the women's en- counter at p.m.... it was a real team effort Friday night, and Roger Baldry typifies what is needed to win ballgames that way he seldom leads the team in scoring, but he has to rate at the head of the list in terms of hustle... the reserves shot ah amazing 55% from the floor Friday night Richard Chabot hit both of his shots, Tom Gruninger connected on two of three, Max Zaugg hit on half of his six attempts Gary Paynton scored twice in five attempts and Brent Burton hit a perfect one-for one. OUT TWO WEEKS ASPEN, Colo. (AP) Professional skier Spider Sabich expects to be sidelined for at least two weeks with a knee injury suffered in last week's race at Collingwood, Ont. A re-examination of the injury here Friday disclosed that Sabich suffered strained ligaments and tendons in his right knee. Mr.. Lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, is pleased to announce that Clar- ence Belter is the Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of De- cember. Clarence is to be con- gratulated for his fine efforts in attaining this prestigious achieve- ment in the sale of "Better Ideas" quality new cars and trucks. Clar- ence extends his thanks to all who helped make this achieve- ment possible. Enroll now for Spring Classes Let this be the Year YOU at your CMSM Pilot (toiler LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. THE ONLY APPROVED SCHOOL Teaching Night Ratings, In- strument instruction, multi engine. Government approved Commercial licences using 1975 Model Cessna Aircraft. Phone 327-1561 Located sidt Hangar No. 2, LMhbridgt BEARS SIGN DOUGLASS CHICAGO (AP) Veteran quarterback Bobby Douglass of Chicago Bears, who played out his option last season, signed a one-year contract Friday with the National Football League club. Terms were not disclosed. The left- handed Douglass, who lost his starting job to Gary Huff at the start of the 1974 season and then regained it, will be playing his seventh season for the Bears. MAGNUSON SIDELINED CHICAGO (AP) Defen- ceman Keith Magnuson of Chicago Black Hawks has been sidelined again, this time for at least four weeks with a fractured ankle. He was hurt in a National Hockey League game Wednesday night in a fight with Pittsburgh's Bob Kelly, apparently when Kelly fell on top of him. Kelly, because he was wearing tape on his hands, was fined and suspended for two games. FRYMAN SIGNS MONTREAL (CP) Left- hander Woodie Fryman 34, has signed his 1975 contract with Montreal Expos, the National League baseball club announced Friday. He is the 14th player to sign with the Expos for the coming season. SINGER BACK ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Pitcher Bill Singer, sidelined last June following back sur- gery, and seven other players have agreed to terms for the 1975 season, California Angels said Friday. Singer, a 20-game Winner for the Angels in 1973, will report for spring training with the rest of the California pitchers March 1. JOINS OILERS HOUSTON (AP) Receiver coach Fran Polsfoot will join the coaching staff of Houston Oilers, the National Football League team an- nounced Friday.-Polsfoot has served as receiver coach in the NFL for 12 years with three different teams, including 1968 to 1971 at Houston. He spent the last two seasons on the coaching staff of Cleveland Browns. Chinook Association rodeo set for Cardston The Cardston Agricultural Society will sponsor a Chinook Rodeo Association approved Canada Winter Games Rodeo Feb. 14 and 15. The rodeo is slated for the new multi purpose Cardston Agricultural Building. Stock for the_two-day show, held to give the athletes com- peting in' the Ca'nada Winter Games events slated for the. Cardston area a look at a western rodeo, is supplied by Shade and Sons. Vern Arnold of Foremost will handle the announcing chores. Bareback and saddle bronc riding, bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, team roping, barrel racing and boys steer riding will all be featured at the rodeo. Entries for the rodeo close Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. Performances each evening will get under way at seven. This Winter Games rodeo is.the first rodeo of the season for. the Chinook Association. Other rodeos on the circuit include Writing On Stone, Foremost, Magrath, Pincher Creek and a Cardston show later in the summer. Dates and places of other Chinook rodeos are still undecided at this time. There are seats in the new Cardston complex which is presently having the final heating apparatus installed. Brent Thompson of Fernie, B.C. is the president of the Chinook Rodeo Association. Tire and Auto Centre 12 POINT TUNE UP SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY complete Engine Tune Up to help ensure peak performance and cold weather starting. LABOUR SPECIAL 6 cyl. 8 cyl. Reg. 15.98 Reg. 22.98 1TM698 ALL PARTS EXTRA 1. Service test battery, clean battery cables, test starter. 2. Test cylinder balance compression (actors. 3. Check and replace spark plugs as needed 4. Replace ignition points and condenser scope check engine electrical system. 5. Service manifold heat control valve. 6. Replace fuel filter element if needed test fuel pump operation. 7. Service P. C. V. system. 8. Clean, test, service spark plug wires, ignition coil, distributor cap rotor. 9. Test generator or alternators regulator. Re- place drive belts if needed. 10. Test carburetor choke system. 11. Service air filter, replace if needed, adjust car- buretor, idle speed linkage. 12. Road test. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. la p.m. Dally ind FrMty until I p.m. Mall 2nd ind 13th St. N. ;