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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta - THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD - Monday, January. U, ffost Reffma tonight Chinooks make it two straight home victories ANDY CAPP LET'S BE FRIEN&9 AGAIN.EH?, ill * <*r&*v University of Lethbridge Chinooks made it two straight at home in Western Canada Inter-Collegiate Basketball League action as they drubbed Brandon Bobcats JOO-79 Sato-day night. |^ iiiii Friday evening the Chinooks Heading into the weekend the took a 78-62 triumph from the Chinooks had a dismal 1-4 recti n i v e r sity of Saskatchewan ord and little hope for a berth Huskies. Tonight the Chinooks play host to Regina at eight o'clock at the Civic Centre. Raymond wins Calgary tourney The Raymond Comets added another tourney victory to their almost endless list of accomplishments as they took home the St. Francis Catholic High School Invitational tournament trophy from Calgary over the weekend. Eight teams participated in the two-day event and included two clubs from Edmonton, the Queen Elizabeth Knights and the O'Leary Spartans; three from Calgary, the James Fowler Falcons, St. Francis Browns and Henry Wise Wood Warriors; the Miller Marauders of BATTLE FOR POSSESSION - Stirling Lok ers and Winston Churchill Bulldogs met in the final of the Southwest zone basketball tournament Saturday and Stirling came away with top honors. Two unidentified players battle for possession of the ball in the final game. Churchill loses in final Lakers win tournament The Stirling Lakers were nearly ousted twice from the Southwest "B" Boys Basketball tournament held in Coaldale, but outlasted their opponents and went on to win the championship final over the weekend. Before a capacity crowd in the Kate Andrews High School auditorium, the Lakers dumped the Winston Churchill Bulldogs 59-41 in the tourney final. Enroute to the finals, the Lakers faced a determined Picture Butte club Friday night and edged their opponents 55-53 in overtime. Saturday the Lakers had their task cut out for them as they trailed the Milk River club 25- WRESTLING TONIGHT! 8:30 P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KILLER AUSTIN vs BOB LUECK 6 Exciting Bouts $2.00, $1.50 16. At one time the Lakers fell back by 17 points but managed to even the match and win the contest with seconds remaining. Paul Zaugg was the hero as he pumped in a field goal six seconds before the buzzer sounded- Gordon Pengilly sunk 12 points for the Lakers while Brent Herget and Zaugg chipped in with 11 and 10 points respectively. For the Milk River club, Don Thielen and Barry Lodemier both managed 14 points in a losing cause. In the championship game the Lakers were never threatened as they built up a 19-5 lead after the first quarter and held a solid 37-13 margin at half time over the Bulldogs. Shooting played a big part in the contest with the Lakers hitting 36 per cent of the time while the Bulldogs managed to LAS VEGAS 5 DAYS - 4 NIGHTS Includes room, food, beverage, air fare, all inclusive ........ .00 LEAVE CALGARY JAN. 24 RETURNING JAN. 29 By WESTERN AIRLINES Contact LAS VEGAS TOURS 2307 Sovereign Cr., CALGARY Phone 249-7351 sink only 20 per cent of their shots, Gordon Pengily and Paul Zuagg paced the Lakers with 14 points each while Brent Herget chipped in with 12. For the Bulldogs Jack Chym-boryk notched 13 points and Ken and Doug Nakama both managed 10 points. Earlier in the day the Bulldogs trailed W. R. Meyers of Taber by 27-17 at half time in the other semi-final game but overcame the deficit early in the final quarter to gain a 58-48 victory. Ken Nakama hooped 15 points for the Bulldogs while brother Doug added 14. Al Har-rold also chipped in with 11- For the Taber crew, Keith Willi' us was tops with 10. In the consolation encounter, Taber Meyers had the hot hand and blasted the Milk River club 7247. John Jensen dunked 15 points while Williams added 11 to pace W. R. Meyers' 41 per cent shooting average. For Milk River Larry Lodemier hooped 17 and Mike Heir-ath 13 in a losing cause. Casper loses playoff LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bob Lunn-and possibly a cameraman-beat Billy Casper in a sudden-death playoff for the $22,000 first prize in the Glen Campbell-Los Angeles open golf tournament, the first stop on the 63-event pro tour this year. Casper said tlie click of a camera on the final regulation hole Sunday "ruined my tempo on my driving" "I didn't hit the ball solid once after that." "I necked it on the 15th (the first playoff hole), hooked it on the 16th, sliced it on the 17th and pushed it on the 18th. He saved par on all of them, however, but Lunn won it with a birdie on the 18th, hitting a wedge to within 18 inches of the flag. It was the fifth victory for the burly, soft-spoken 25-year-old from Sacramento, Calif. He has been on the tour only a little more than three years and has won over $300,000. Each had a final round 67 for 274, 10-under par on the Rancho Park golf club course. Art Wall, a 47-year-old former Masters champion who hasn't won since 1966, had a share of the lead until he three-putted the final hole, missing the second from three feet. He had a 28 for 275 and was alone in third. A group of four, including third-round leader Bobby Greenwood, followed at 277. The others were Phil Rodgers, Don January and Gibby Gilbert. Arnold Palmer never was In contention and finished with a 71 for 282, well back- U.S. Open champ Tony Jacklin had a 72 for 284. Casper, usually one of the most mild-mannered players on the tour, levelled a baleful glare at the cameraman after he was disturbed "right in the middle of my swing." Regina, the Comets and the Magrath Zeniths. The Comets faced Miller Marauders in the finals and edged their eastern opponents 52-45. Earlier in the day the Marauders trimmed the Zeniths by three points in gaining the right to meet Raymond-Monte Court paced the Comets with 13 points while Roger Jensen and Gary Williams chipped in with nine. For the Regina club Bernie Schmildt managed to h o o p 14 points. In concluding the tournament an all-star team was picked by appointed judges. Williams and Lloyd Fairbanks of the Comets rightfully won positions on the team while George See of James Fowler, John Gustin of the Marauders, and Herb Tutto of the Browns rounded out the remaining spots. Meanwhile the Magrath Zeniths didn't come home empty handed either. The Zeniths were honoured with the Most Sportsman  like team and were additionally honoured when Don Hamilton was chosen as the Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Ron Anton triumphs at Masters CALGARY (CP) - A canny final rock on the 12th end Sunday night allowd Ron Anton of Edmonton to slip past a guard and take the 1971 Masters curling title from former world champion Ron Northcott of Calgary. The .Northcott foursome, triple winner of the world crown, had tied the score at 7-7 with two on the 12th end before Anton edged past for the 9-7 victory. Anton's victory was worth a snowmobile for himself and one each for third Warren Hansen, second Rich Twa and lead Darryl Sutton- The consolation championship went to Doug Dobry of Edmonton who scored a lopsided 9-2 win over Hec Gervais of St. Albert, Alta. Second prize was worth to Northcott while Dobry got $500 and Gervais $300. In the women's Tournament of Roses, Darlene Borden of Calgary downed Bea Mayer of Calgary 10-5 in the championship final while the consolida tion title went to Canadian Dorenda Schoenhals of Saskatoon with an 8-4 win over Mary Mclvor of Edmonton. Borden won $400, Mayer and Schoenhals $200 each and Mclvor $100. in the playoffs. A three-game sweep would bring their record to 4-4 and a fighting chance at post season play. It was a simple case of wanting the wins bad enough and coach Logan Tait couldn't be happier. Chinooks, until Friday, had not won a game at home this year. But things started to change during the Christmas holidays and now the situation is much brighter. Chinooks led 21-19 after a closely fought first quarter Saturday night before some 300 fans but put the game almost out of reach for the Bobcats by outscoring them 34-14 in the second quarter for a 55-33 half time lead. Tim Tollestrup was once again the big gun for the Chinooks with 28 points. He hooped 26 Friday. Brian Sanders continued his steady play with 15 while newcomer Jim Gladstone earned 14 and Peter Hague 11. Bill Moody managed 22 for Brandon while Dave Bauman added 16. Chinooks will be out to make in three-in-a-row tonight before t h e y go on an extended road trip which will see them playing away games until Feb. 6 and 8. Meanwhile University o f Saskatchewan Huskies came on strong Saturday in the first quarter but lost to University of Calgary Dinosaurs 72-60. After Huskies took a nine-point lead, Dinosaurs moved into action and held a 30-25 edge at half-time increasing their lead throughout the sec ond half. Clarence Amulung with 21 points was Calgary's top scorer. Gary Elliott with 18 points came second. Dave Pickett led Saskatchewan with 13 points and teammate Bill Domres scored 11. University of Victoria Vikings defeated University of Winnipeg Wesmen 86-68 Saturday night. Vikings, who shot poorly in a 78-57 loss to University of Manitoba Bisons Friday night, weren't much better Saturday, hitting on only 38 per cent of their shots. But strong play on the boards by rookie Tom Hoots and Tom Hatcher, who scored 28 points helped the bigger Vikings. Captain Skip Cronck had 13 for the winners while Tim Reiger and Mike Taaffe added 11 points each. Barry King led Winnipeg, which shot only 38 per cent from the field, with 21 points, seven more than teammate Craig Parker. Bob Allen had 10 points for Wesmen. Vikings led 42-30 at the half, ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LIAOUI �tit Division Boston ... New York Montreal . Toronto .. Vancouver Detroit ... Buffalo .. Chicago St. Louis ... Phlla...... Minnesota . Pittsburgh . Los Anqeles California .. . NHL LEADERS W .. . � 7 . 38 7 .. 1? 13 .. so i� .. . 14 23 ... 13 23 .... 8 24 West Division ... 27 8 5 155 T P A 5 19S 108 6 138 86 8 139 110 2 144 117 4 114 148 4 115 164 7 65 151 18 15 14 10 11 12 90 12 106 100 � 99 114 8 88 113 11 11? 121 8 115 142 2 101 142 O A Pt� Pan 38 40 78 33 Esposlto Boa........ Orr, Bos............. 16 50 66 59 Hull, Chi............ 24 31 55 22 Hodge, Bot.......... 24 31 55 44 Bucyk, Boa.......... 26 27 53 4 Ullmah, Tor..........24 26 52 12 MeKenil'e, Bos....... 17 31 48 76 Keon, Tor........... 20 24 44 2 Cashman, Bo�........10 32 42 56 Ratelle, NY..........18 23 41 10 ALBERTA JUNIOR ^ I. T F A 19 5 6 149 192 Red Deer Calgary ... . Edm Leafs. . Lethbridge . Ponoka ..... Edm. Mover* AMERICAN LEAGUE �astern Division W L T F A r Quebec ..  * * 17 15 6 126 122 40 Springfield 16 19 4 137 151 36 Providence 13 17 5 125 140 33 Montreal 14 20 7 125 142 33 Western Division Baltimore 22  5 136 112 49 Cleveland    17 14 S 132 107 39 Rochester 14 16 6 123 129 34 Hershey . 14 17 6 108 109 34 WESTERN LEAGUE T F A Pit W L Portland . . 26 8 4 56 149 102 San Diego   IB 17 5 41 136 133 Phoenix .     16 19 7 39 137 150 Seattle ...    16 16 4 36 115 119 Denver .. .13 19 9 35 137 140 Salt Lake ' city . 13 23 3 29 112 142 ONTARIO JUNIOR T F A FtS W L Peterborough . 24 8 4 165 110 52 Ottawa .. . 22 7 5 183 117 49 Chelsford 13 14 2 141 154 28 Montreal . 21 9 3 172 126 45 Toronto .   14 15 6 197 180 34 London .. .11 18 4 121 142 26 Hamilton    .12 19 1 122 172 25 Kitchener 11 18 2 127 137 24 Oshawa .    . 8 21 5 125 176 21 Niagara Fall*  26 2 117 222 14 North slams south in bowl TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Ohio State's Leo Hayden romped for two touchdowns and Michigan's elusive PpaiI Staroba grabbed two scoring passes Sunday as the North slammed the South 39-12 in the American Bowl The favored North, coached by Bob Devaney of national champion Nebraska, scored 20 points in three frenzied minutes midway through the first half and coasted in before a crowd of 12,000. At home to Cougars Tuesday Sugar Kings split on weekend The Lethbridge Sugar Kings managed only a split in two Alberta Junior Hockey League games on the road this weekend. Saturday night the Red Deer Rustlers trimmed the Kings 2-1 JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA TUESDAY, JAN. 12th LETHBRIDGE SUGAR KINGS CALGARY SUGAR vs MOUNT ROYAL � ADMISSION PRICES COUGARS ADULTS S1.25 - STUDENTS .756 with cards ic CHILDREN 25e) Advance tickets on sale at Simpsons-Sears Monday 3:30-5:30 p.m.; Tuesday 2-4:30 p.m. wliile Sunday afternoon the Kings bounced back to edge the Ponoka Stampeders 4-3. In Red Deer Saturday night the Rustlers led throughout the 60 minutes to pick up the hard-fought victory. Brian Ogilvie of Red Deer opened scoring in the first period while his teammate Dave Andruchiw tallied in the second to lead the Rustlers 2-0 going into the final period. Don Southern scored the Kings' lone marker in the third. Dale Kenwood made 28 saves for the Rustlers while John Davidson handled 25 for tlw Kings. Sunday the Kings took advantage of loose defensive play by Ponoka in the second period to salt away the victory. Playing before a crowd of 500 the Stampeders led 1-0 after the first but railed the Kings 4-2 after the second. Twenty-four seconds after the second period began Archie McLennan scored and was followed by Dave George with two and Lannie McDonald with one to gain the win. Ev Siminton, Joe Murphy and Ed Lychak scored for Ponoka. Davidson was called on to make 44 saves while Graham Parsons stopped 39 for Ponoka. Meanwhile in other league games Keith Mackie led Edmonton Maple Leafs with three goals Saturday to defeat Calgary Mount Royal Cougars 5-1. Other Edmonton marksmen were Fred Comrie and Wayne Paulson. B. Smith scored Calgary's only goal in the first period. The teams were tied l-l after 20 minutes of play with Edmonton leading 4-1 going into the final period. Calgary directed 22 shots at Larry Hendrick in the Edmonton goal. Scott Darling in Calgary's net handled 30 shots. Calgary took seven of It minor penalties and the only misconduct in the game played before 800 fans. 18 15 14 10 6 5 162 134 3 164 152 6 146 101 7 99 136 4 120 203 HOCKIY SCORES SUNDAY National Philadelphia 3 Montreal 2 Toronto 3 Detroit 2 New York 4 St. Louis t Minnesota 3 Chicago X Los Angeles 2 Buffalo 2 Boston 7 California 4 American Springfield 4 Providence 4 Quebec 5 Montreal 0 Baltimore 4 Rochester 1 Western San Diego 3 Seattle 2 Portland 7 Phoenix 2 �astern Syracuse 7 New Haven 3 New Jersey 10 Jacksonville 1 Greensboro 7 Salem 0 Charlotte 4 Nashville 3 Central Omaha 7 Fort Worth 3 Tulsa 3 Kansas city 2 International Port Huron 5 Toledo 3 Muskegon 2 Flint 1 Fort Wavne 3 Des Moines 2 Western International Nelson 4 Drumheller AHL 3 Spokane 9 Edmonton AHL 4 Saskatchewan Senior Saskatoon 5 Moose Jaw 3 Yorkton 11 Regina 2 Ontario Junior Niagara Falls 6 London 4 1 Ottawa 5 St. Catharines 1 Kitchener 7 Toronto 7 Montreal 10 Oshawa 3 Thunder Bay Junior Canadians 6 Marrs 5 Manitoba Junior Winnipeg 6 Dauphin 0 Kenora 7 Selkirk 3 St. Boniface 5 West Klldonan t St. James 3 Portage la Prairie 1 Western Canada Swift Current 3 Calgary 1 Regina 4 Saskatoon 3 Estevan 7 Flln Flon ? Edmonton 5 Winnipeg 0 Saskatchewan Junior Humboldt 11 Saskatoon 9 Regina 6 Notre Dame 5 Alberta Junior Lethbridge 4 Ponoka 3 Edmonton Movers 5 Calgary S British Columbia Junior Vernon 6 Chilllwack 1 Vancouver 7 Kamloops 2 SATURDAY National Montreal 1 Los Angeles 0 Toronto 5 Pittsburgh 2 New York 1 Minnesota 0 Chicago 4 Boston 3 Detroit 3 Buffalo 2 Vancouver 2 St. Louis J Philadelphia 5 California 3 American Baltimore 8 Rochester 6 Providence 2 Cleveland 1 Montreal 4 Hershey 1 , Quebec 1 Sprlnnfleld 1 Western Phoenix 5 Salt Lake 1 San Diego 8 Seattle 3 Eastern Clinton 2 Syracuse 0 Johnstown 6 Jacksonville 1 Lonq Island 9 New Jersey � Central Amarlllo t Oklahoma 4 Dallas 4 Omaha 4 Tulsa 3 Fort Worth 1 International Fort Wayne 5 Dayton 1 Muskegon 6 Port Huron 5 Ontario Senior Orillla 13 Klnaston 5 Ontario-Quebec AA Windsor 6 Toronto 4 Nfld Senior Corner Brook 7 Grand Falls I St. John's 5 Gander 2 Western Canada Estevan 5 Flln Flon 2 Medicine Hat 6 Saskatoon 5 Western Intercollegiate-Alberta U of Calaary 5 U of Sask 2 U of Manitoba 6 U of B.C. I ............ SJHL ......... Saskatoon 7 Fort Qu'Appelle 4 Alberta Junior Edmonton ML 5 Calgary 1 Red Deer 2 Lethbrldae 1 B.C. Junior Chilllwack 4 Kelowne 2 Kamloops 7 Victoria 4 WIHL-AHL Klmberlev 9 Drumheller S Trail 3 Edmonton 1 Sookene 4 Cranbrook 3 BASKETBALL SCORES Western Intercollegiate Lethbridge 100 Brandon 79 Calgary 72 Saskatoon 60 Alberta 89 Reolna 53 Manitoba 78 British Columbia 7J Victoria 86 Winnipeg 68 PRO BASKETBALL SUNDAY NBA Philadelphia 115 Boston 107 Detroit 118 Los Angeles 109 Chicago 141 Buffalo 113 Milwaukee 151 Baltimore 99 Phoenix 116 Atlanta 105 ABA Memphis 114 Pittsburgh 106 Virginia 117 New York 107 Denver 124 Carolina 111 Utah 129 Florida 116 SATURDAY NBA Philadelphia 123 Phoenix 112 Seattle 114 Cincinnati 110 San Francisco 109 San Diego 103 Milwaukee 118 Detroit 100 Cleveland 111 Buffalo 99 Portland 114 New York 91 ABA Indiana 116 New York 88 Carolina 130 Kentucky 128 Virginia 135 Florldlans 114 The Edmonton Movers 1 e throughout the game Sunday to defeat the Calgary Cougars 5-3. Tlie Movers came on strong in the first period as Bob Cutler, Gary Davidovich and Bob Bidney scored singles. Cliff Hendrickson got a goal for the Cougars. Tlie Cougars narrowed the Movers 3-1 lead with a goal by Doug Blaney in the second period. Mel Gushattcy blasted in tow goals in the third period to give the Movers the victory. BiU Fraser added the Cougars final goal. Brian Rimmer stopped 29 while Gordon Leake turned aside 20 shots against the Calgary goal. Calgary took sue of 10 minor penalties. In Saturday's edition of the Lethbridge Herald it had been stated that Len Chalmers had returned home due to a job offer. Len did not go home, but his | brother Ken had, COMING SOON MINOR HOCKEY WEEK JANUARY 23rd to 30th Special Events Exhibition Games, etc. DON'T SEND YOUR SON TO THE RINK -COME AND WATCH HIM PLAY! ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERYICE 402 I it Ave South Phon,. 377-6886 01 327 4445 ;