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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I TH! IfTHBRIDG! HESAIP So'ura'ov January 6. 1973 Led 34-10 at halhcav mark Bulldogs just too tough, open defence of crown Four c'.tibs were kr.cckeci-ouc while a-tether fuur will continue fighting for the third annual Basketball Tournament cham- pionship title after first round action ceased b. Suritg Friday The tv.-o-day si-sle-fenockout event which1 featured all eight i learns in th? Soirthwesr Confer-. er.ce win conclude today with four The consolation final will get itttder way at 7 p.m. while the p.m. at ?tirlir.s Hisii School tonight. In Friday's first round plsy. the Fo- MacLeod Flyers. Pic- urre Bttr.e Sogar Kings. Vaux- hil! E.-X! tr.e host Sriri- tc Lakers suffered losses ar.d rar.s: cp ir-itorms fcr ihe c't the weekea: On the harxi. ihe Taber R. Myers Trctters. v.'inscr. C'--chill' Biic-rj.'. Coa'dale "Kate Gaels ana Mil-; Corr.ets r.otories ajve. Ta'rer ,vd hit the floor this .-tterttocn at !.W ior cce serai-tbal plajTJf: v :ile Cosldale ar.d ..Illx L-. r-ijy'; -vhe TaS er Trotters Lt-e iths came up with a slim 44-43 to fall just short of the mark. 1 AH other (earns In the south- victory over ihe Corjets in John Balderson led Lhe Zen- era hoop league were idie last Southern Alhena ''A" Boy's i'.hs vnih 15 points while team-1 night. Basketball League play In Ray- n.-.ce Tim Ks.-rra chipped in; la "B'' boy's at-doa. Mark ruor.d Friday right. with 10. Dernester hooped !0 pobis !o The Zeniths held s commard- Walter Zohc-1! managed :i lasd the Raymond Mustangs to fag K-2o lead at half-time, but pclr.'-s in a cause while a 44-S2 iria over the MHgrab the host Comets batded back 'IKU added 10. Fsgles. Sport of all sorts IJZMO.VD REJECTS OFFER CHICAGO iAPi Hemond. of plsyor per- siTiiwl for baseball's Chicseo While Sox. has rejected an offer from Baltimore Ono'.es 10 be- come the club's general mzr- ihe VTrJie Sox Friday. Kenx-nd wss not available for GET J15.0M NEW YORK A? Na- tional Foothall c'arjted Friday the rie or. and losing shares LT the Surer E.T.V! Los Anseles. An NFL -roVesrnan said tr.e team will cet a f'ran- ri cr the lostrtg share of ST.MO t: have been on the active or m-jve lists for at least three rvrular-seaim. ot: cr CHASING THAT ELUSIVE OBJKT VT-i-c- t rands hopes so. injuries too much Have Rangers turned the corner? QUARRY TRIUMPHS YORK AP a barrage ot to the head storjje-i tre 1-Ve after K' 7 a at Madiscn Garcer. circle o: years when I was couldn't make E putt. This is -.i-lriig ioun-.a.T-ents. Las: year much more I ge; ;o see a hit ihe middle and lot more on the eoli course George on move EDMONTON" Jin he did not hsve to ihirk to dress ar.d rrlgiii "I really o-Jt LT Oil Kinp' there. I nieaz: I ihe Oil rooir. ' he T-as -oic s d ".o Eio :o ihe di-in kr.o-.v in i h i 5 for re sil-i. ir: vVejiem "5-j: 'Jre here ir.sde it C2.-2I2 rl-xkey Lcsr.e eaFv for to ii: n asd tr2de rir: of 2 I bivc feelings Three rosrh Shaw for >55 c-.e hoir before ir.e tracir-g -J-.-PP Oil Kir.zs u-szec ry KLISS n-ss rlzyers 10 C-jre.-: Dsvld Ge.vzr. :he ear-old Dcr Eas'-CKt. a IT-year-old son of Ne-.v Yor'i Kszgers1 has only Jee-p n_-es L- ih-e WCKL. He George, o-jt frs- S-'-rred 1" ET.C II csjne for spesnut a Czr.ucks oi ope7.Iy the .-MS'TTa Jur-cr s: ibe re lie i; so i ,TI and, r-r-v, C-jrre-L azd nth rourd erde-i from his rxtse and a cut TWO RZG1NA e-ar." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, JAN, 8 8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH the SUTCHES vs GEOSGE GCSSIENKO MARTEL and BABICH vs KROFrAT end HURST vs C.ASUSO BEUFOiSTE vs KAYSE? EIG MATCHES 14 WSiSTLrxS 52.50 52 1 s why I'-'e Liiet-s -esca zirfct. W L T P 4 D '_iJ: i 'is L 7 P A rave r co a RECORD NOT RIGHT TORONTO C? Tcrcrr.o Give your winter-weary car a treat drive in now for this NEW YEAR SERVICE which includes ALL FOR ONLY CHANGE OIL CHANGE FILTER LUBRICATE CHASSIS We INSPEC" Radiafor end renter rotes, power tfserirg hews, Fan belt, cir cleaner and exhaust system. WE CHKK- Ligh-l 3a ttr-f An'ifresu lira Prsisura Shocxi See one of our courteous service advison Andy Ponech Jim Takahashi WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIAL! Q '.i.ikag T- ?od Endl Sail Joinrs -g Preisur. ONLY 8 .95 BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SERVICE DEPARTMENT nd a-h 5T 5 PHONE i-1101 WCT. cr_y ut Dai'.v says: l.t- ?hll club's airr.less. crter Hy sr-le of play, tsr.'t the answer, "i-e coach car.'; male otnc- tret the ttr rr. iri t- 5'. or TITLE crrv .i? 3: i! 5t T- "t" 7H MUST 5ELL HOME IN 1 bedroona up 2 bed- roon-i a-.d borS Bar-ary the OCKTON LOS .V-C-ELES '-.r CURR E'S FINE FOODS ACTIVE 20-30 CLUB of IETHBRIDGE Suit of the Month December Raffle Winner JOHN S125 GIFT CERTIFICATE from GENTLEMEN LI MEN'S WEAR January tickets now on sale only 100 rickets scld per ticket Phone 328-7491, 328-5977 C Sxr'i WINTER TIRES ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPIFTE TIRE SAIES t SERVICE H-on. 327-4SW v ;