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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JOINT m UMHMI Meet Victoria tonight Pronghorns chalk up win SiniNO DOWN ON THE JOB An unidentified Victoria Viking very calmly on the baiketball at University of Lelhbridge Pronghorh forward Doug McKay ottompti to pry It loon. Vikingi, from the University of Victoria were upended 59-58 by the Prongriorni Friday evening. The tame two clubi meet again this evening. If you play for Finley's Seals White skates are the in thing By IAJf MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer White skates are big for tfae first time in the National Hockey League. California's Golden Seals, al- ready the height of sartorial splendor in the major league of hockey, donned the white boot! Friday night and skated off with a M win over Vancouver Can- ucks on the strength of four third-period goals. Whether tte Charles 0. Fin- teyinspdred footwear had any- thing to do with It, the some- times explosive Seals took sud- den command of the game on by Stan Gilbertson, Walt McKedmie, Joey Johnston and Gerry Finder. The win, in the night's only scheduled game, settled me Seals more firmly into third place In the West Division, four points up on St. Louis Blues, while the Canucks continued to trail In the East, one point be- hind Buffalo Sabres. A full schedule is set for to- night with the Seals and Can- ucks returning to Vancouver, Buffalo at Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers visiting To- ronto Maple Leafs, Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings in Detroit against the Bed Wings, BoetvD Bruins entertaining Chicago Black Hawks, and the Blues at home to Minnesota North Stars. The Maple Leafs, plagued by Injuries and flu, play a rare home game Sunday night with St. Louis while Montreal visits Buffalo, Detroit goei In Boston, Minnesota to Chicago and the Kings to Philadelphia. When Finley, the benefactor Jacklin tied with Nicklaus PEBBLE BEACH, OaKf. (AP) England's Tony Jacklin says he plans to play more often In the United States thai year, and the former U.S. and British Open tittist fe off to a good start after two rounds of the Bing Crosby ptfram goff tournament "I expect to play straight through to the Masters, maybe all the way through the U.S. the 27-year-old Jacklin said Friday after his second consecutive 70 .tied htm with straggling Jack Nkttuit for the top spot in Hits event. Nicklaus, the first TO und leader, had to rally to salvage a 74 after taking a fat 40 on the first nine holes he played. At 140, four under par, Jack lln and Nicklaus held a one- stroke lead over Herb Hooper, 0, who is seeking his first vie- wy in four years on the pro tour. Hooper shot 68, a course record, at Spyglass Hill, one of three Monterey Peninsula courses being used. Lee Trevino went over par on the IBth bole and finished with a 74 for 143. He was one of seven tied at that figure, three strokes lack and in. fourth place. Also at 14S were Tom Weis- SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE EXHIBITION Lethbridge Midget Elks Brooks Legionnaires SUNDAY, JAN. 16 2 p.m. HENDERSON ICE ARENA ADMISSION: Adult, 75i Student! Children knpf, Johnny Miller, Ted Hayes, Ralph Johnston, Mike Morley and rookie Lanny Wadttns, a former U.S. amateur champion George Knudson of Toronto was the leading Canadian in the tournament. He had a 78 for 153. Gary Bowerman, also oi Toronto, shot 78 for 161 and Wayne Vollmer of Vancouver was at 164 after shooting 80. The final round Sunday, after tfae field has been cut to the low 70 scorers, win be played at Pebble Beach. Jacklin, the 1969 British Open champ and the 1970 U.S. na- tional title-holder, played in only 17 American tournaments last year, won only and didn't finish higher than sev- enth. Friday, he blrdled his first two boles, ripping a four-iron shot to within three feet and chipping up to 12 inches, then matched four more Mrds with four over-par boles. He was never more than three under par for the day. Nicklaus, winner of four of his last five starts and the pre-tour. ney favorite here, birdled the two par fives going out-he played the back nine first-hut lad what he called "a couple of breaks." The first came on the mree 15th. He hit his tee shot on the green some 20 feet from the flag, but the ball had so much backspin it sucked back about 30 to 40 feet and into a pond. He went two over pai. On the IBth Ms tee shot came o rest in the right rough in an area torn up by a burrowing animal. "If I'd taken a drop, It would lave to have been buried behind a he said. He hit a tree coming out, was short in three, chipped on In four and bad to make six-foot putt for one over par. of attng professional spotting chiis, toot over the financiaUy- plagued Seals last year It was apparent tfaere'd be some changes made right at the start Hk initial move to attract paying customers was to change the club's name, from Califor- nia Seek to the Golden Seals and replace the dark, sombre green uniform with one of Kelly green trimmed with California gold, iodudtag skates. Tfae odored-skate innovatiot was an instant success, adopted by several other NHL dubs al- though the pastel attire is still a trade naut of the wast coast club. However, Finley's color pro- gram didn't extend to on-ice performance of last year's Seab, nor to me attendance fig- LEARNED PATIENCE But patience has been a vir- tue of the Chicago insurance magnate, a trait picked up owner of Oakland Athletics when they stumbled along in the cellar of baseball's American League Western Division at Kansas City and Oakland. The who introduced Finley's unusual color schemes to baseball, have since reached a level of respectability and It appears, the Seals are searching for the same level in the same a thorough iiousccteining from the ice sur- face to the administration of- fices. The Seals still suffer at the turnstiles, but the trades engi- neered by new general manager Garry Young and a new coach, Vic have given the Cal- ifornium a new lift and a look at a post-season playoff spot for the first time in two yean. CALIFORNIA I VANCOUVER I First Perlnd-1. California, vaanea t, (Jarrett, BoHlrrv) 1. Vancou- ver, Guevremont 7 (Kurienbech, Keerm) Penally Shmyr Second Period 3- vineou- wr, Kurtenbecn 11 (Guevremont) Pemltloi Vadneli Tay or Wan] toddy Third Period 4. California, Gn- bemon 10 (Mannell, Ferguson) 1. California, MeKecnnle :allfomla, J. Johnton 7 (Plnder) 7. California, Finder 17 (Mc- Kechnle, M. Johnston) 8. Van- couver, MaKI 12 (KuDmMcn) Penelty PeHment Sluts en eeil ky mrtiwer J I 7-11 Cilltomla.........II 7 By LLOYD YAMAGHHI HeraM SatrU Writer A timely flick of tte wrist by Don HamUton the Uni- venetty of Lethbridije Prong- horns a StVM upset victory over the Victoria ViUngs In Western Canada Inter-Oolle- giate Basketball League action Friday night. Prior to the contest the Vi- kings a M record while vie Prongborns lOftod leagua oeUar ft 2-7 recant. A MtttU crowd WK on hi the Ovie Centre to witoeas Hamilton's 15-fort 37 0QCODdB Iflft to play staking the favored Vi- kings. live Vikings came flying back to try and regain the lead but Tom Holmes' last-see- ond jUmpshot ailviupt rolled the rim and flipped out to relieve the Prongborns1 ten- sion. It seemed as though the Pronghorns touted victory right from the opening toss-up as they took over command quickly. By half-time, the Prong- homs had built up a 37-28 lead but nearly 'saw then- fine efforts go down the dram' the Vikings battled back ID take over vim teas than a minute to play. The Prongborns' defensive performance could be consid- ered the key factor in the vic- tory us they kept the Vikings well outside during the first half and part of the second. Vikings only serious threat came in the latter half of the second stanza when the Vi- kings took advantage of a re- laxed Pronghoms' defence. The Pronghorns came up with a solid 41 per cent shoot ing average from the field, bu managed a mere M per ceo from the foul line. On the other band the VI- kmgc were good on 12 of 17 free throws per cent but could only hit 38 per cen of their shots from the outside Doug Kempt and Bill Magjerowski paced the Prong boms with 13-point outings while Hamilton chipped in with 11. Qord Hoshal was top scorer for the Vikings 'hooping 16 points while Doug Walton and Holmes added 13 and 10 points respectively. In other statistics tfae Prong- boras out-rebounded the Vi- kings 34-31 and gave up the ball 17 times to the Vikings' IB. The same two clubs will meet again at the Civic Cen- tre wth game time set for 9 p.m. Meanwhile to Western Can' ada Inter-Collegiate Girls' ac- tion, the Victoria Vikettes thumped the University ol Lethbridge Pronghorns 50-39. Yvonne Letellier racked up nearly half of Che Vikettes' points with 24 while Rose Jos- sul chipped'in with 12. Minnie Van Dueren led the Prongfaoms with 12 points while Joanne McDonald and Debbie WMtehead added eight points apiece. The two dubs will hit the floor again tonight at 7 p.m. at tfae Civic Centre, In Brandon league lead: University of Manitoba Bisons relied on a strong defence to down the University of Bran- don Bobcats 4341 Friday night. The Bisons took a 27-21 half- tune lead in a tough physical game that had both teams work- f hard for every shot. The University of Manitoba squad's high scorers were Bob Town and Rick Watt! with nine points each and Greg Gillies with eight. The Bobcats had a 15-polnt performance from Joe Parka md a nine point effort from Bob Hill who was playing in ilace of the injured Jerry Hem- mings. Dave Bauman added an- other seven points for Brandon The Brandon club remains in the WC1AA eeUoT with tab win ID nine ounnji. In Edmonton the UnfrerMtv of Calgary DtaoMun led by Car? Efflott and taking advan- tage of a five minute over- time period, Friday night iqueaked a Tt-73 win over the University of Afeerta Golden Alberta M at nrifnme but after 40 menutea of regula- tion play ended, rhe team were tiedftMt. BWott tod with while team-mate Jim Latbrop adda points. John Bowel] acored 16 for Calgary. Marty Lyons WM the lop CM den Bear marksman with II points and Bob Morris added 13 points for the Alberta aouad. LiTHIKIDOI H VICTORIA LelMridfe Kempr Himllfon II, Sltun t, Trost, Rlrle, McKiy 7 M. Peterson, E. Patenon T, Burr Meoleronkl 11, Hunter. TeteH M. Vlcterle AndlMn I, Walton IS, Child 7, Hnhel If, Hunter 1, 10, BISIHO 1, Wallace i, Campbell. Total n. Hall hot in Calgary's net The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns hockey team just couldn't find the weaknesses of the net minder for the Uni- versity of Calgary junior vir- aity team m they (uttered t 3-1 Ktfaack ta oMitum play Fri- day night. A good crowd 00 huu the Henderson Uke Ice Centre watdBd Lome Hall come up nth some bril- liant saves to bokJ the Prong- hom> down to cne god. Bowling scores CAMI 10WL NuMODI HOMES Sylvia Andrei SSOj Helen milt I'll Bernlce Pivin JMi CWU Scnull WO (7W; Arlene McKay Ml; Joan Dc- Ceer 1'Oi LIMB HoveY 240] Beny 01- onne U5; Miry Ratn tu Miry WIsnnevsKI lOl Pit Jervk) Jean Conlnx 2U. JUMDflUHT Bonnla Stlmeti 341 Rate Nunwelller 1U; Pat Plomp 307 Frances Harris 9U; Isabel Orsten IK: Mil Selwrt till Isabelle Berg- man 254 Jean Pasiev 257 AUe Papma JJ3i Card Fleberg 131. HENRY NOMII Jim Wrlghl mi Carton Moreom 972; Duilne Splrnr 351; Bruce Can- tleld 257; Tom Adams 2J4 Steve Gangur 247; Eleanor Fenlon 275; Kay Davlson Mil Edna Whltetoot TO Beny Peterson 257 Jean Pal KT 270 Mire MIcMlenM 24t. j.c.o. Shlg GMhlnmtm JM (TOO I lab Omo- tanl Ryo Negate 304; Tak Kits- kaml 27S; Kyoto Shlgehlro 310 Tom Shlgehlro 274; Yutaka Tsubakl 301; Mesa Goahlnmon 277i Akl Morl- yama Mary Thomn 145 Nahuko Sawada Mar) Oil tichll Urano tit. MORNINO COFFir Jam Smyke 257 Carol Han 953 Agnn Sunl 233, Cnrli Bur. wish 234, Bernlce Hay 257 Nlni Slndllnoer Connie Recede 1U DUne Decelre 157, Marlene Fredrick OT, Berber! 544 Helen Wnhi 159 Betty Zsovon 252. MARTINIZINO Bee Selmon jn ITtQI, laebelle Berg- man 271 Jean PeSSty 271 Ethel Peteraen 267 Mery Mor- com 274, Berry Peterson 267, Grece Yen Dyk 261, MISI Ooshlnmon 253, Loll Aucoln 326 Irene Lynde 254 ROM McNeb 215, Dene Smith 261, Maria Jokuty 2B, Mey Mane Kay castlei OREEN1 John Tlnorol 2n Jack Darwin Romanchuk 2n Tak Ketakeinl JM Dir- rell Laglar 307 Bill Taylor 331 (115, June Taylor Ben sal mon 3K (W5I, Susin McDonald 274 Phyl Harrison 270, Gloria Mur- kln 273, Linda Malcomeon 173 PIRINDLY LBAOUI Gary Kennedy 253 Unit Klsh 2K, Geo Sallo 259, Thelma silto Sindy McKenile 336 Ken Scnlaht May syme John tyme 211, Inez Kelly 231. IAOLEI LOME Elva Romboutn UJ, Olga Lerocque 217, Kathy Lujwlg 211, Merlon 233, Penny Donaldson Uo, Geo Zary- chl 211, Connie Glllett 907 Rick Lenon 221, Mary Ward 221, Gnce Glllett 1C. Hall literally robbed the Pronghorns at point blank range on several ocasione dur ing tin three periods of play and could be called the num- ber ooe Itar of the game. Paul Short put Calgary on tb Scoreboard at of tfae firs period and then Bob Berion made It 2-0 at the mark of tbc iocood. Deooia Kkto dosed the some eight minutes liter tot Hie Pronghoms but Dennl Brown put tfae game out i reach tallying at the mar of the fineil pttiod. During tfae tfaret pvciodi o play the Calgary dub took nine of the M penaWea called b head referee Jen; Gray. The same two dobf will hi the fce aJjafai at I p.m. at the Henderson lee Centre. Minor hockey Don MUler came up with lie second thMe-goei effort to m many games to spark the Stampeders In a 1-2 win brer the in Midget League action. Don Mills and Byron Lee completed the scoring for the winners while Jim Orkh eounted for both Tl-Ots' mark ers in the first period. In another Midget encounter the Eskimos and Comets bat tied to a 2-2 deadkck. Paul and Don Hofterton scored for the Esta while Tom Ke- nealy and Lawrence Gardiner replied for tfae Cometf. Don blasted fa a hat trick and helped Hie Eagles dump OK Bruins M m Ban- tam "B" action Tbundiy night Higa rapped in an his goals m the final period of play while Darrel Laidlaw and Cameron French aided with imgtoi. Mike Goluk aborted a etut- out with a second period mark er. In Bantam "A" play, Tony Meli scored twice to lead the Maroons to a 4-0 win over (he Jets. Conrad Suyker and DaTlt Bourassa AWARD DINNER POSTPONED MONTREAL (CP) Air Can- ada announced Friday that its amateur sport? ewoirre of- Ihe-year award dinner, sdied- uted for Monday, Jn. 17, fa Ot- tawa, has been postponed In- definitely. FAIRFIELD SERVICES LTD. STORE HOURS Closed all day Monday Open each week day a.m. to p.m. Open Thursday and Friday til p.m. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE HOOP SHOTS _ Coach Gary Bowie has don a trtmendouf Job with the Pronghorns who haves 12-12 record including Another key factor in DM Prongborns' victory WH the lack of aggressiveness of Tom Holmes, who had four foula after 13 minutes of play la one of the better W- tings All eye? were DO tnt basket when Holmes made the) last-second bid. KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Did you know that tht I lait tlmw a forword or I ftnttman put on goal fend- to play a rtg- lularly icheduled NHL gomt wat way back on Fib. 28, 1941 when forward Andy I Brannlgon of the New York Americans took over for In-1 lured Chuck Raynor' with left 10 ploy I Brannigan, by the way, wal 'unscored on in that stint. Did you know that only I twice In the hlttory of the National Hockey Itagwt hw I I ant toam placed five tntn on Hit fint All-Shir ttam I Can you which clube I I were eo that five of I their playtra mode tht I learn All-Star team? I I They were the 1944-45 Can.. 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