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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE UETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 10, 1973 Gal s upended by liost Dinnies ronghorns got off to shaky start CALGARY (Special) - University of Lethbridge Prong-horns moved one step closer to a weekend showdown with the University of Alberta Golden Bears in Canada West Uni-v e r s i t y Men's Basketball League play Friday night. The Pronghorns recorded their thirteenth victory of the season by defeating the University of Calgary Dinosaurs 64-53, but still remain one game behind the league-leading Bears who also registered a win last night. The Pronghorns hold a 13-4 record while the Bears are 14-3. If the Pronghorns can mus- aillclogs edge past Coaldale Four boys' games and another two girls' matches were run off in the Southwest Conference Basketball League Friday night. In boys' action, the league-leading Winston Churchill Bulldogs came back from a 21-18 halftime deficit to edge the Coal-dale Kate Andrews Gaels 48-4b-. Jack Chymboryk paced the Bulldogs with 14 points while teammate Kim Woolf added 13. Ed Dick managed 18 points and Ray Lister 16 for the Gaels. Marty Hirsche hooped 25 points and led the Stirling Lakers to a 68-53 victory over the Fort Macleod Flyers. Dick Penguilly chipped in with 15 points and Spencer Zaugg 13 for the winners while Len Zoeteman and Peter Mc-Elhaney managed 16 and 12 points respectively for the Flyers. A 20-point outing by Robin Hansen propelled the Taber Trotters to an easy 72-50 win over the Vauxhall Vikings. Brian Francis chipped in with 15 points for the Trotters while Al Friesen notched 24 points and Gary Glas 12 for the Vikings. The Milk River Comets dropped the Picture Butte Sugar Kings 51-40 in the final boys' game staged last night. No scorers were available. In girls' play, Bonnie Stanko scored 25 big points and gave the Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks a 40-35 victory over the Winston Churchill Griffins. Brenda Lazarick scored 11 points for the Griffins. The Taber Dawns remained undefeated in league play as they dumped the Vauxhall Vi-Queens 43-32 Connie Brezouski scored 11 points in the win while Cheryl Wright hooped 15 in a losing cause. In boys' junior varsity action, Picture Butte edged Milk River 54-50, Fort Macleod bounced Stirling 52-29 and Taber defeated Vauxhall 43-36. Meanwhile in boys' league play tonight, Coaldale visits Picture Butte, Milk River travels to Vauxhall, Fort Macleod moves to Taber and Winston Churchill is at Stirling. In girls' play, Picture Butte hosts Coaldale and Fort Macleod entertains Taber. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Boys' standings V/ L Per. Winston Churchill...... 8 1 .889 8 2 .800 7 3 .700 6 3 .667 6 4 .600 Fort Macleod .......... 2 8 .200 Picture Butte .......... 1 9 .100 Vauxhall ............. 1 9 .100 Girls' standings w L per. 7 0 1.000 5 3 .600 Winston Churchill ...... 3 4 .429 3 S .375 Picture Butte .......... 2 5 .286 Fort Macleod .......... 2 5 .286 COMPLETE 4 WHEEL BRAKE OVERHAUL No Down Payment on Your all purpose Account .88 Our complete sevice assures that you brakes will perform as new. Fully licensed mechanics guarantee complete satisfaction. HERE'S WHAT WE DO  Turn all 4 brake drums.  Install new overalls bonded linings arced to fit new � drum circumference.  Inspect all wheel cylinders. 9 Inspect master cylinder and lines.  Re-pack front wheel bearings.  Road test. Free 5,000 mile brake adjustment. Disc Brake Service Extra. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ONLY call 328-9231 ALLSTATE regular premium gasoline 45.9c 50.9c Gal. Gal. I___ SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily - Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. - Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. ter up another decision over the Dinosaurs tonight, the CWUMBL pennant title will be on the line when the Bears host the Pronghorns next weekend. In last night's contest, the host Dinosaurs had the Pronghorns' number, in the first half at least. The Calgary squad used a "box four plus one" style of defence in the opening half which held the Pronghorns and Phil Tollestrup in complete check. This type of defensive attack has four players fighting as a zone unit with the remaining player roaming. In this case, the roaming player shadowed Tollestrup who managed only four field goals and five baskets from the free-throw line in the first half. The Pronghorns, who tried to use Tollestrup up the middle, changed their tactics in the second half and allowed the big shooter to start firing from the outside. This move by Pronghorns' coach, Gary Bowie, proved to be a good one as Tollestrup hooped another 13 points in the second half, to lead the Prongs horns' rally back from a 33-28 half-time deficit. Danny Court also came up with a good night with 14 points while Doug Kempt notched 10 and Larry Baker nine. Baker, who sustained another ankle injury, was instrumental on the backboards as he nailed down 15 of the Pronghorns' 41 rebounds. Baker is not expected to suit up for tonight's match. Tollestrup aided with nine re- fllllllll!lllllli:ii|!l!|!||[1!lillilllllli I SULLY SAYS j j -By Pat Sullivan j BIT OF EVERYTHING ... It seems each person interested in Whether Lethbridge and Southern Alberta will get the Canada Winter Games in 1975 is looking for an omen . ... Bob Bartlett of the City noticed we hadn't been using the-masthead "Right on Target for 1975" on the sports pages recently ... He thinks maybe we know something he doesn't ... It must be rubbing off because Thursday Richard Burke noticed Calgary-Banff's bid wasn't mentioned in a story regarding the Games selection to be made this evening . . . I'm a little upset that the announcement will come sometime this evening over the electronic media ... By the time we get the story in the papers Monday, it will be old news . . . Jim Whitelaw, coach of the LCI Rams football club informs us that Allen Young has been drafted by the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League which quickly prompted local Edmonton Eskimo fans to shake their heads in sorrow for Young, saying "too bad he wasn't drafted into the professional ranks of the CFL" ... All kidding aside though, Allen was picked by Calgary from Bozeman Mont, where he played with Montana State ... A graduate of the LCI, Young was the athlete of the year at Bozeman . . . Steve Carlton, who Eddie Ferenz says is quite a character, said "I would have played for nothing, but Paul insisted I take something." . . . Something, was a $165,000 a year contract from Paul Owens to pitch for the Philadelphia Phillies ... I like what Tex Schramm of the Dallas Cowboys suggests they call the Pro Bowl, the "Anticlimax Bowl." Mike Curtis of the Baltimore Colts didn't win that many friends while in Lethbridge last Saturday ... He is as controversial and outspoken as he is good on a football field ... I like Curtis, after all, a guy who plays for the Colts can't be all bad . . . What I liked about him was his direct response to any question asked . . . The man doesn't like unions, he is the only player in the National Football League who does not belong to the Player's Association, and he is the only player who will not receive a pension when he retires . . . His thoughts on unions and politics are his own. His thoughts on the Colts' situation interest me ... He says the Colts, under new general manager Joe Thomas, are "trading away a football club" ... So much so, Curtis is going to find a good off-season job when he returns to Baltimore . . . Curtis loved what he saw in his brief visit . . . He liked the people and he liked the wide-open spaces ... He says he'll be back ... I hope so . . . How do you like that Betty Lueo and her rink? . . . Their timing is a tiling to be envied . . . Every year, thus far, the winner of the Alberta senior women's title were simply that, provincial champs . . . This year, however, the gals get a trip to Ottawa for the , Dominion final . . . Luco, with mates Kay Redding, Gladys Redfern and Helen Johnson, are off to the nation's capital March. 18 . . . In Thursday's paper the story said Luco's win marked the first time a Lethbridge rink had earned a berth in a national championship . . . After calling on my memory, I thought I was right . . . But lo and behold, there was another rink from the city in a national final and thanks to old friend Bill Rae, I can pass the info on to you . . . Barry Coleman, representing the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, won the Alberta high school crown in 1956 and went on to finish third overall in Fort William, which is now Thunder Bay, Ont . . . With Coleman"on his rink that year were Frank Boal, Bob Evenson and Scott Henderson . . . Scott should remember it well . . . He came home with a trophy . . . Something to do with a long slide . . . And did you know that golf is a game where they take the cows out of the pasture and let in the buli? SPECIAL FRONT-END ALIGNMENT fi NOW ONLY ............................ W Including the following services:  Adjust camber  Adjust too-in  Adjust caster  Adjust torchan bars  Check all tire pressure*  Inspect condition of front-end alignment FREI HEADUTe ALIGNMENT WITH FRONT-END ALIGNMENT MM KING CHRYSLER DODGE PARIS 10ME Corner of 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Phone 328-9271 bounds while Kempt pulled In another eight. Tom Bishop hooped 10 points for the Dinosaurs who shot 44 per cent from the field and 75 per cent from the line. The Pronghorns had a 34.5 per cent shooting average from the outside and 62 per cent from the free-throw line. Meanwhile, the Pronghorns women's varsity basketball team didn't fare as well as they dropped a 53-45 decision to the TJ cf C Dinnies in Canada West University Women's Basketball League play. Brenda Floyd scored 12 points for the Dinnies while Val Orr netted 16 for the Pronghorns, Who trailed 23-21 at the half. In other league games staged last night, the U of A Golden Bears rallied from an eight-point deficit at half-time and went on to dump the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 74-67. Terry Valiote led the Bears with 17 points while Tom Sol-yom and Wallace Tollestrup swished 16 and 14 points respectively. Dean Fair notched 14 points for the Huskies, who led 30-22 at the half. The U o S Huskiettes exploded with 41 points in the second half to wallop the U of A Pandas 62-29. Heather Witsel led the Huskiettes with 20 points while Wendy Martin managed 15 in a losing cause. Baldwin is out EDMONTON (CP) - Ron Nattrass of Lloydminster upset Matt Baldwin of Edmonton, a three-time Canadian champion, 7-4 Friday night to advance against Jack Isaman of Edmonton for the northern Alberta men's curling championship. The two were to meet in the A-B final today and Nattrass will have to beat Isaman twice to win the modified double-knockout tournament. Nattrass picked up two points on the 10th end to take a 4-3 lead. Then, after Baldwin scored an equalizer off a hit and roll on the 11th, the Lloydminster physician made a precise takeout for three points with his last stone of the 12th. Nattrass' only defeat of the 16 zone tournament was in the A event final against Isaman Thursday night. Meanwhile the Mel Watchorn foursome of Fairview, Alta., defending Alberta champions, picked up from where they left off last year at this time with a win in the opening round of the Peace River District curling tournament Friday night. Kings home Falcons win Lethbridge Sugar Kings see action twice this weekend but only once at home. The locals, who are mired deep in the Alberta Junior Hockey League cellar, meet Edmonton Mets at Henderson Ice Centre at 8:30 thi seve-ning while Sunday afternoon they travel to Drumheller. The Pass - Red Devils are in Calgary tonight but will return home for a game with Edmonton Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Blairmore Arena. Meanwhile in Drumheller Gale Booth scored in overtime to give the host Falcons a 7-6 victory over Red Deer Rustlers Friday night. Ryan Wecker scored twice for the Falcons while Fred Huckle, Dennis Wallis, Jim Bertram and Ken Nelson, rounded out the -tally. Darryl Wallis and Doug Gillespie each scored twice tor the Rustlers while Barry Lassiter and Will Ford added one goal each. Red Deer took seven of 10 minor penalties and each club drew a major. The Falcons also were given a misconduct. Drumheller outshot Red Deer 33-26. ANDY CAPP:iiiil^^Wii�i Roundup of bowlim CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Sylvia Andres 286 (677), Mary Wish-nevski 246, Connie Scott 263 ( 621), Annabelle Pruegger 252, Joe Hodges 254 ( 650), Bernloe Pavan 271, Dot Olshaskl 246 ( 675), Ann Reed 244, Marg Bouchard 247, Marge Ross 256 (685), Marge McLaughlin 272 (667). SUNDOUI5T Dot Sorenson 259 ( 681), Jean Passey 286 (792), Eileen Carter 316 ( 682), Marie Smlht 294 (709), Judy Horlack-er 268, Pat Plomp 248 (665), Gladys Going 263, Joanne Sharun 258, Shirley McLellan 227, Zelma Bohne 213. JCCA Roy Kamitomo 271, Jiro Mlyagawa 309 (717), Bob Senda 265 ( 669), Jim Yamada 284 (732), Eugene Yamada 327 (716), Ryo Nagata 305 (720), Ken Kamitomo 282 ( 772), Mike Tobo 277 (767), Pat Tobo 318 (718), Kaye Ayu-kawa 240, Fayo Urano 296 (774), Dot Mlyashiro 248 (701). HENRY HOMES Leroy Conine 287 (747), Otto Pank-otay 351 (805), Ed Henderson 287 (745), Tom Adams 309 (733), Robert Kem-penaar 297 (728), Barb Kurroch 240, Carol Kempenaar 234, Jean Passey 288 (798), Kathy Mueller 243, Marg Mlchalenko 228, Avrll Dobler 224. LETHBRIDGE BANKS Murray Orr 245, Gordon Flumber-feld 283, Karen Lawson 232, Cheryl Kruchkywlch 299 (682), Ina Harris 224, Syl Poch 268, John Strlwglle. 238, Andy Yanish 245, Fred Thomson 245, John Davison 259, Arlene Bartosek 242, Mabel McFadden 224. MORNING COFFEE Connie Baceda 266, DIanne Corbett 268 (681), Grace Noreika 265, Chris Burwash 259 ( 669), Jane Smyke 269, Mary Ward 264 (653), Ethel Harvle 244, Lydla Geworsky 252, Bernlce Hay 257, Gall Lewlckl 237 (651), Carol Hall 237. MARTINIZING Alice Kollbas 295 (837), lsabelle Bergman 274, Karen Carney 304 ( 724), Jan Wlllms 282 (666), Rose McNab 253, Grace Snider 253, Sandy Groves 266, Mel Flnnerty 278, Beth Flak 301 (720), Mae Popma 289 (678). SPEEDY'S Lorraine Klrchner 293 ( 659), Jean-ette Smeed 275 (749), Melanie Wilson 273 (666), Jean Christie 293 (792), Jean Koskoski 288 ( 734), Shirley Alexander 258, Diane Parascak 252, Doris Shec-tor 253, Isabelle Sawchuk 234, Rita Koshney 230, lsabe,l Barva 224. EAGLES LODGE Frank Gorda 261, Gary Ward 248, Larry Veres 268, Nick Lastucka 292 (719), Cyril Barnett 291 (752), Jean Makhett 231, Willis Plomp 236, Joyce Marsden 296 (719), Connie Glllett 237, Helen Weets 233. SIMPSONS-SEARS CWf Block 226, Laurie Couplend 21B, Ed Rossetti 331 (784), Bernlce Hartley 227, Herb Ellerman 266, Jerry El-lerman 231, Joyce Kamlnskl 233, Shirley Hutton 228, John Wlldman 243. GREEN'S SHOES Joey Ross 296 ( 686), June Taylor 322 (785), Lorl Palmarchuk 298 (753), Suzan Wolsloncroft 331 (778), Dlann* Violinl 278 (770), Jeanette Smeed 284 (688), Cec Murakami 336 (752), Ken Kurtz 282 (798), Bob Tinordl 305, John Rempel 280 (709), Miike Vlollnl 343 (725). JUNIOR SHOP Janet Koole 264, Pat Plomp 269, Isla Welsh 283, Carole Sacklw 247, Irene Ponyck 267, Louise Fulton 242, Nellie Conrad 269, Helen Deal 239, Marg Seetrled 236, Carol Crombcz 237, Helen Hailand 239. VASA LODGE Bob Hanson 237, Joyce Berry 524, Ed Zalesak 242, Flo Seager 218, Layna Baaeda 247, Buddy Groue.tte 212. Jon Enander 203, Nick Blanchl 2)3, Slim Berry 215. Badminton event set The University of Lethbridge will host a badminton tournament Sunday. The one-day event will get under way at 12 o'clock noon with registration starting at 11 a.m. This event is open to the pub- lic and is divided into various classes of play which include men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. Entry forms can be obtained for fifty cents at the U of L gymnasium. Native Sons host Olds A battle between the top two clubs in the Central Alberta Junior "B" Hockey League will be staged at the Henderson Lake Ice Centre Sunday afternoon. The Lethbridge Native Sons, who rest on top of the south division will play host to the northern division league leading Olds. The Sons currently lead the south division with 18 victories and seven losses while Olds carry a 20-4 record to lead their division in the north. Game time for the exciting match-up is 2:30 p.m. Meanwhile league statistics released. Friday show that Randy Joevanazzo of the Sons has a slim two-point lead in the south division scoring race. Joevanazzo, who sports 42 points on 22 goals and 20 helpers, leads Bryon Smith of Brooks, who his 19 goals and 21 assists for 40 points. Glen Schiebner of Brooks holds down third place with 32 points while Darcy Virostek of Taber follows close behind in fourth with 30 points. In the goalkeepers race, Rockenback amd Lonnie Hbwg of Lethbridge lead all goalten-ders with a 3.96 average after 25 games. CENTRAL ALBERTA JUNIOR SOUTH DIVISION W L F A Pts. Lethbridge ..... 18 7 132 99 36 Taber......... 13 10 123 118 26 Brooks ........ 6 18 119 158 12 NORTH DIVISION W L F A Pts. Olds.......... 20 4 165 76 40 Hanna ......... 16 9 136 85 32 Drumheller ..... 8 19 101 164 16 Oyen .......... 5 19 79 163 10 SCORING RACE G A Pts Joevanazzo, Leth....... 22-20 42 Smith, Brooks ........... 19 21 40 Schiebner, Brooks...... 15 17 32 Virostek, Tater ...... 16 14 30 Flexhaugh, Taber ...... 22 7 29 Johnson, Brooks ........ 11 , 18 59 Waist, Taber .......... 17 11 28 Dumont, Leth.......... 14 14 28 Roberts, Leth.......... 7.20 27 Shockey, Taber ...... 15 11 26 Johnson, Brocks...... 15 10 25 Marchuk, Leth.......... 13 11 24 Kllnkhammer, Leth..... 10 14 24 Cralk, Leth........... 13 10 23 Cole, Tabor ............ 9 13 22 Maxwell, Leth.......... 14 7 21 Goruk, Taber......... 5 16 21 Wutzke, Taber......... 9 11 20 WANTED! Have you seen this man? Many people are looking for him to list their property. For the best of service contact him without delay. "The Thing to do is list with Stu" Contact him at 327-4142 or BLOCK BROS, at 328-2356 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SC0R ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T F A Pts Red Deer .... 33 11 1 275 170 67 Calgary ..... 31 12 0 287 164 62 The Pass ;..... 21 24 0 189 225 42 Drumheller .. .. 21 23 0 234 252 42 Edmonton .. .. 19 24 1 176 215 39 Lethbrldg* .... 7 39 0 161 294 14 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T F A Pts Montreal ... . 35 7 12 226 120 82 Rangers ..... 37 13 4 218 130 78 Boston ...... 32 16 5 223 165 69 Buffalo ...... 28 18 8 193 150 64 Detroit ...... 28 19 7 182 167 63 Toronto ...... 18 29 7 167 183 43 Vancouver ... 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