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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 19, 1972 THI P 13 SlUtf 80V, OF IS A AT ANWS SUMMONS, E THINKS MIGHT GET PRISON THIS TIME- SHE'S NOT TO GO OUT -lNTTRESTEC) THE MINUTE Vr IN ME W MOTHER OH, WO' EVERVTHIN1 APPENS To YOU Flyers drop Colts 49-44 Cougars stay undefeated The Catholic Central Cougars are just one game away from completing the 1971-72 Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Basketball League season undefeated after downing the L.C.I. Rams 46-37 Friday night. The Cougars, who clinched the league pennant mill a win over tlie Cardston Cougars last Friday, will face the winless Medicine Hat Mohawks in their final game of the season next week. In last night's encounter, the Cougars' undefeated streak was Hockey Canada reviews position CALGARY (CP) The Cana- dian role in international hockey is to be reviewed this year by a new committee of Hockey Can- ada, committee chairman Joe Kryczka announced Friday. The recently formed three- man group "replaces a larger committee which proved un- wieldy for quick, firm action." Kryczka, also president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey As- sociation, said decisions should be made this year and possibly In time for an exhibition series with Russian and other Euro- pean teams in September. In a prepared statement, he gaid there has been "a confu- sion of voices regarding negotia- tions with the Europeans and particularly the Russians." A number of proposals have been made through Hockey Canada and the CAHA to European officials in the past 14 months, all of which are well known to officers of the HHF (International Ice Hockey Fed? "These proposals bear little resemblance to the rumor and speculation which have been given much currency in the media." Kryczka said if a round-robin exhibition series is arranged for this fall, the participating coun- tries would send their best teams. READ Orr Karate Studios Ave. S. Phone 328-1241 OFFERS COURSES FOR EVERYONE! MEN WOMEN CHILDREN We offer fully qualified instruction to training up to Black Bell Ranking.' Or training for your own enjoyment for defence and prestige. CALL USI NOWI Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Won. to Snt. threatened for the second time in as many weeks. Last Friday the Cougars earned a narrow 49-47 decision over Cardston. A Rams' fourth quarter down- fall saved the Cougars in last night's affair. Cougars picked up a slim 13- 11 lead after the first quarter of play and maintained a 21-21 margin after the second. The Earns came back in the second half and grabbed a 35- 33 lead after the third quarter. All of a sudden the Ranis' momentum vanished and fell helplessly to the consistent Cou- gars. In the final quarter, the Rams managed a mere two points while the Cougars racked up 13. Randy Royer led the Cougars' attack with a 16-point perform- ance along with five rebounds white Dennis Hydychuk chipped in with 12 points. Bryce Thompson was the big gun for the Rams wilh 15 points while Mark Haslam added 12. In shooting percentages, the Cougars shot 35 per cent from the field while hitting on 45 per cent from the foul lino. Meanwhile in "B" Boy's com- petition the Catholic Central Flyers fought back from a 11-4 first quarter deficit to drop the LCI Colts 4M4 in the prelim- inary match1 last night. Trailing by seven points af- ter the first eight minutes of play the Flyers fought back to take a 23-22 lead into the sec- ond half. The key in the Flyers victory came in the third quarter when the out-scored the Colts 9-5. Andy Beaudin paced the Fiv- ers hooping 12 points while Pau'_ Kenwood and Bob Moser chipped in with 11 and 10 points respectively. Craig Klovansky was top scorer for the Colts with 19 big points. Annual awards banquet rousing success Big night for members of the Sugar Kings By LLOYD YAMAGISIII Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Sugar Kings missed out on their annual awards banquet last year but the Lethbridge Hockey Hounds made it up to them by staging a successful affair Friday night. Some 250 guests which in- cluded players, their parents, special guests and loyal Sugar King supporters took in the ev- ent held at the labor Club last night. Included on tile special guest list were some well-known hockey names like Scotty Mun- ro of the Calgary Centennials and the newly-formed Calgary Broncs of the World Hockey Association; Bob Brown- ridge, a top executive of the Calgary Broncos; M o e George, Western Canada scout for the New York Rangers; Calgary Canucks' general manager, Tom Walls who made a spe- cial effort to attend, and guest speaker Henry Viney, sports director for CFCN. Kodiaks bounce Cougars CALGARY (Special) The visiting Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks bounced back to defeat the Mount Royal Col- lege Cougars 79-68 in exhibi- tion basketball action Friday night. After the first five minutes of play last night the Kodiaks found themselves' down by 12 points, but sprung back within four points after the first half concluded. They trailed 37-S3 at the time. The Kodiaks, who shot 36 per cent from the field used Dudas' outstanding 28 poir.'' performance to capture the vic- tory. Curt Wolsey chipped In with 19 points while Gary Williams added 38. Williams led the Kodiaks In the rebound department pick- ing off 21 rebounds while Bruce Millis grabbed 15 lost balls and Wolscy 13. The same two clubs play again tonight. FIGHT ALL SET? TORONTO CCP) George Chuvalo's manager said Friday he has "pretty well confirmed" arrangements for the Canadian heavyweight champion to fight Muhammad All in Vancouver March 13. "All in all I think it's pretty well set said Irv Unger- man, "but always being a bit skeptical about these things, I can't be sure until the ink is on the contact." WE HAVE M IJIINUTE yjUFFLER INSTALLATIONS NOW IN OUR NEW LARGER PREMISES! at 3rd Avenue and 4th Street S. Downtown Lethbridge __ MUFFLER SPECIAL_______ Most 6 cylinder and small V8 single exhausts Ford Chev Dodge Plymouth Chrysler and Mercury 1954-64 5.95 installed FREE! 1965-69 7.95 installed FREE! All Performance Mufflers Reduced 25% As usual Unbeatable Prices, Finest Guarantees of Product and Workmanship FREE INSPECTIONS and ESTIMATES Vincy, an ex-Lclhbridgelte did more than an admiral job as guest speaker. He commended Kings' coach John Chapman (or his re- straint In an altercation with a fan in Tuesday night's game against the Calgary Canucks, which he attended. "I would have sliced the guy's head commented Viney. "And John didn't even use a stick as ho was he added. Chapman was fined and ordered to post a good behavior bond. Master of ceremonies Brent Seely, sports director of CJOC, was at his best last night keep- ing things running smoothly in- terspersed with good humor. When the time came for handing cut special awards for the 1971-72 campaign, Ken Wil- son the Sugar Kings' hard-rock defenseman stole the show. Wilson, who has been a steady r o o k i e-rearguard for the Kings all season, carted home the best defenseman award along with the most gen- tlemanly player of the year award. Rookie of the year honors went to Chris McMasters while George McCrea nabbed the most valuable player of the year award. Neil Lyseng picked up the award to the player who show- ed the most perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey while Warner Craw- ford didn't go unnoticed cap- turing the Lethbridge Hockey Hounds' trophy. Crawford was honored for having been selected an all- star the most times during sea- son play along with having achieved a high scholastic av- erage. Meanwhile, the Kings, cur- rently in a battle for fourth place in the seven team league, play host to Edmonton Movers this evening at the Hen- derson Ice Centre at Sun- day the locals meet Edmonton Maple Leafs at two o'clock, also at Henderson. PLENTY OF SILVERWARE These six Lethbridge Sugar Kings were honored Friday evening at the annual awards banquet. Trophy recipients are, from the top, Ken Wil- son, Ken Dodd, George McCrea, Chris McMasters, Neil Lyseng and Werner Crawford. See story. Bulldogs upset Gaels Griffins break deadlock The Winston Churchill Grif- fins took over first place in the Southwest Girl's Basketball Conference dumping Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks 40-30 Fri- day nMit. Prior to I nifWs contest the Griffins and Larks were deadlocked in first place with 9-2 records. Susan Frier paced the Grif- fins with a 14-point outing while the league's current scoring leader, Pat Schandor, was held to eight points. Linda WilmDt was high scor- er for the Larks with 11 points. In othar league encounters, Dainne Dimes' 15 point pcr- formance gave Picture Buttc a 32-28 victory over Vauxhall and Taber St." Mary's Auroras blasted Taber W. R. Myers Dawns 53-23. Viklii Adamcowitz and Jenny Sckera led St. Mary's with 12 points apiece. In Boy's division basektball action the fourth place Winston Ohm-chill Bulldogs upset the third place Coaldale Kate An- drews Gael-; 50-12 last night. Cyril Pntson hooped 12 points for the Bulldogs while Allan Harrold chipped in wilh 11. Ed Dirk managed 18 points in a losing cause. More sport on page 14 The Milk River Comets had a tough time defeating the ce'iar- dweUing Fort Macleod Flyers 69-51 in another match. Randy Evers netted 25 big points for the Comets while Monty Theilen added 14. Len Zoetman and Warren Tolley were high scorers for the Flyers with 17 and 14 points respectively. Desi McKee swished 20 points and helped the league- leading Stirling Lakers mp Ta- ber Trotters 55-54. Spencer Zaugg came up with II points for the Lakers while Robin and B-ob Hansen notched 16 and 10 points for the Trot- ters. Vauxhall Vikings captured their third win of flic season edging Picture Butte Jake Rempel managed 23 points for Vauxhall while Glen Tanaka replied with 13 for Pic- ture Butte. In C boy's junior varsity play, Vauxhall slipped past Picture Butte 24-23, Milk Ri- ver thumped Fort Macleod 54- 23 and Taber dropped Stirling 43-37. League action will continue tonight in both divisions with two games slated in the boy's division and four in the girl's. In the boy's section Winston Churchill will host Milk River and Picture Butte travels to Fort Maclecd. In girl's play, Vauxhall enter- tains Taber Dawns, Winston Churchill visits Milk River, Ta- ber St. Mary's meet Kate An- drews Larks in Coaldale and Fort Mr.cleod tangles with Pic- ture Bul'iC. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSOCIATION PREDATOR HUNT SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20th SUNUP TO SUNDOWN A Trophy will be awarded for the most points Courtesy of BOB'S GUN REPAIR Hot Lunch will bo torvccl after the hunt At Fish and Game Building fort MEMBERS ONLY For More Information Phone 328-4721 or 327-1304 SPORTS FANSI I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. go; I Hoi any NHL learn I me through en entire iea- without ploying any fie games? It's never happen- I ed lince the leason I Closest any team ever _ to that since then was I Boston which ployed only one tie game In tho 1929-30 season. I I Who'i ths only coach In history to be fired even though he had a perfect won- I loss record? 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