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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Rookie looked sharp THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "It's the best game Ernie has ever said Buffalo Coach Jack Ramsey. "He has toe ability to count the house and make the play." Braves' rookie Ernie DiGr- egorio made enough plays Tuesday night to record 25 assists, the third highest single-game total in National Basketball Association history, as Buffalo edged Portland Trail Blazers 120- 119. The little guard with the quick hands whipped the ball inside often enough for the Buffalo front line to combine for 75 points. Garfield Heard poured in 31 points, Bob McAdoo had 23 and Jim McMillan added 21. DiGregorio chipped in 20 points himself in a sensational all-around effort. "He's the best passer I've ever seen, with the possible exception of Bob said Ramsey. In other NBA games, New York Knicks topped Atlanta Hawks M-89 and Chicago Bulls beat Golden State Warriors 9140. There were no games played in the American Basketball Association Mon- day or Tuesday. In the only NBA game Monday, Boston Celtics whipped Philadelphia 76ers 106-97. Despite DiGregorio's heroics, the Braves needed a free throw by Jim McMillan with seven seconds left to in- sure the win. McMillan's shot put Buffalo on top 120-117 before Sidney Wicks scored at the buzzer for the Blazers. Portland coach Jack McCloskey said he "tried to put as much control on DiGregorio as but be "made some passes right by our ears." Geoff Petrie pumped in 39 points and Wicks added 26 for Portland. Hoicks If, Hawks Phil Jackson scored 23 points and Bill Bradley had 19 as New York ran its winning streak 'to four games. The Knicks took a three-point lead in the first period and were never headed despite losing the services of forward Dave DeBusschere early in the game due to a flu attack. Pete Maravich paced the Hawks with 30 points. Chicago's Bob Love out- scored the entire Golden State team 2825 in the first half. THOUSANDS OF GALLONS TO BE CLEARED! VOLUME BUY! We bought big on quality Trelspar Paints and can now pass the savings on to you. Even at these low prices there's no extra charge for tinting. Interior Latex Reg. Woolco Prices 7.49 2.29 499 169 Gal. I Qt. 898 Semi Gloss Enamel Reg. Woolco Prices 8.49 CM. 5 Qal. 1 Qt. 2.10 Giant Clearance of Famous 'Craftmaster' Paint-By-Number Sets Start enjoying this popular and enjoyable hobby now! With 'Craft- master', it's easy to create a beauti- ful painting in the comfort of your own home. Woolco has an excellent selection of subjects in a wide price range. All sets are clearing at prices to save you money. But hurry! Shop now while a good selection is still available. Pre-Pasted Washable Wallpiper Start the year by giving your home a fresh, new look. These quality wall- coverings are available in many room brightening patterns, all at a low budget stretching price. They're in stock now, so you don't have to wait for delivery. Sold in double rolls only. 2.24 9 to p.m. COUEQE SHOPPING MALL! THwWNij FfHtay p-W- 2029 Mi MMfmtin' ATMKI IF YOU TAKP AWAY OUR LOW PPICE.S YOU VF A PFGUiAO DFPAPTVE-M ST WtdMMlay, January 2, 1974 FRIENDS 'N I NEIGHBOURS The Garbage Bowl? Montreal West, a suburb of Montreal, held its annual Garbage Bowl Tuesday to help raise money for needy children. The battle for the Garbage Bowl started 25 years ago as a spoof on all the American bowl games on New Year's Day. The players wear long- Johns over their equipment. With trap-doors open, two north Montreal West players try to pull down a south ball-carrier. The score at the finish was 0-0. Maravich, Hudson top NBA selections NEW YORK (AP) At- lanta's Pete Maravich and Lou Hudson, the highest ing set in the" National Basketball Association, have beet selected to start for Eastern Conference in the league's 24th all-star game Jan. IS at Seattle. Maravich, runner-up to Buf- falo centre Bob McAdoo in the scoring race with a 28.3-a- Marlboros edge Wings in tourney TORONTO (CP) Bruce Boudreau scored three goals.v two of them on power as Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey Association? Major Junior A series; defeated Moscow Wings 54 hi an international hockey tour- nament game Tuesday night. Moscow held a 3-2 lead after the first period, but the Marl- boros took advantage of some shaky goaltending to score, twice on only four shots in the second period. The team's traded goals in the final 20 minutes. Mike Palmateer was a" standout in the Toronto goal, blocking 44 shots, while Victor Kirvolapov faced 20 shots for Moscow. Peter Lee and Tim Young, both on loan from Ottawa 67s of the Major Junior A got the other Toronto goals. Victor Shalimov scored twice for the Wings with Sergei Kapustin and Sergei Kotov getting the others. Tempers flared at the mark of the third period when referee Blair Graham was shoved by two Moscow players. Balentin Markov and Shalamov were assessed game misconducts and Vladimir Retnojov got a 10- minute misconduct. The Moscow players were apparently upset because a Toronto member didn't get a, penalty for checking one of the Russians. k game average, was the leading vote-collector among the guards for'the East team. He received 15.559 points out of a maximum 17" in balloting by sports writers and broadcasters in each of the league's 17 franchise cities. The results were an- nounced Tuesday by commis- sioner Walter Kennedy. Hudson, third in scoring with a 26.9 average, finished second to Boston's John Havlicek in the voting among forwards with 11.027 points. Havlicek got 15.782 points. Boston also will have two players in the starting lineup. The other Celtic chosen was centre Dave Cowens, the most valuable player in last season's all-star game. Cowens was the top vote- getter on the East team, receiving 16.833 points in edg- ing McAdoo for the starting centre spot. McAdoo, averag- ing 29.3 points a game, gar- nered 16.232 points in the voting. Guard Walt Frazier of New York was picked to complete the East's starting lineup. Others named to the team were McAdoo, forward Elvin Hayes of Capital and guard Jo Jo White of Boston. Four other players will be chosen by the conference's eight coaches to round out the East's 12-man team. Voyageurs earn split The Lethbridge Voyageurs managed a split in a pair of Pee Wee exhibition hockey games staged in Edmonton over the weekend. Saturday the locals dropped a narrow 3-2 decision to Ed- monton Royal Gardens while Sunday they thrashed Ed- monton Duggan 7-3. In Saturday's contest Neil Court and Warren Calder tallied the Voyageurs' markers while Sunday Rocky Terry and Brent Maxwell pav- ed the way with two goals apiece. Court, Bruce Besplug and Jeff Moroz also notched a goal each in Sunday's match. Clemente remembered SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) Friends, fans and the family of late baseball star Roberto Oemente gathered late Mon- day on beach to com- memorate the first amiver- nry of his death. Yen Zavali, widow of uV Pittsburgh Pirates' nearby; demente's mother, iniieUy} tonedflowm into Ike MM, panions died on New Year's Eve, 1973, when a cargo plane they were aboard plunged into the Atlantic a few hundred yards off the beach where the gathering took place. Clemente and his com- unions were on a mercy ffigM, carrying to the victims of mi earthoiuute Uutt I MMMM, NictragM, THE LETHMIDQE HERALD-13 SALE: Thurs., Fri., Sit., Jin.3-4-5 70 STORES SERVING B.C. 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