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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THI LfTHBRIDO! HERALD - 5orurday, January 16, 1971 Locals win fourth s traight, gals beaten Tollestrup, Sanders combine for Chinooks again Palmer shows old talents PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) - Arnold Palmer's finishing charge, missing when he needed it most lately, is once again stealing the show on the professional golf tour. The 41-year-old Pennsylvanian Patterson bounces opponent MIAMI BEACH (AP) - Former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson buried Levi Forte under a barrage of punches Friday night, twice sending him through the ropes before scoring a second-round knockout. A crowd of 6,000 cheered wildly as the two-time world king decked Forte twice before finally ending the mismatch. Forte was counted out at 2:20 of the round. Patterson, now 36 and claiming "I still hope for another title shot," smashed Forte with a left jab at the close of the first round and the Miami unknown staggered against a corner post at the bell. Patterson, weighing 192, delivered a strong left that sent Forte down for a count of seven early in the second. Forte, who said before the fight that "Patterson is my hero -a man I would like to copy," remained game but was solidly beaten when he bounced up from both knockdowns. treated his huge gallery to seven straight holes of spectacular shots Friday, producing six bardies, and posted a four-un-der-par 68 that put him one stroke from the leaders after two rounds of the $135,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am tournament. "I liked that back nine," said Palmer, after complaining about a lack of consistency in his game on the opening holes of the 6,972-yard Spyglass Hill course. He went out in 37 and came back in 31 and finished with a 36-hole total of 140. Paul Harney, Tommy Shaw and Howie Johnson shared the tourney lead, at 139. Bobby Nichols and Bob Murphy were tied with Palmer. Play continues on three courses today. The field of 168 pros will be cut to the low 70 for Sunday's final round, and only 33 pro-am teams will remain after the cut. Toronto's George Knudson fired his se:niv" rouiv of 72 and at 144 was tied with seven others, five stromas back of the leaders. Al Balding, also of Toronto, had a 75 and 36-hole total Of 112. Palmer needed only one putt per green on holes 11 through 17 Friday, with the longest an 18-footer for his bird on No. 17. He parred No. 13 by coming out of j trap and sinking an eight-foot putt. Chuck Courtney had the best round of the tourney, a 67, and was with Miller Barber, George Archer and Dave Eichelberger at 143. Jack Nicklaus shot a 75 and was at 147, while Billy Casper faded to 150 with a 78. bring us your dogs And lhal'a whal soma ears start la feel Ilka In lha middlg cl wlnier.. . hard to alart, hard to move and hart) to atop. Let a Woolco factory-trained mechanic givo your car a little mid-winter lift al Woolco'a everyday low low prlcee. Front-end Alignment For safer steering on Icy or snow covered streets. We adjust caster, moat cart camber and toe-in plus check and adjust steering. Parts extra If needed. Air conditioned and torsion bar cars slightly higher. Mid-winter Tune-up 7.88 Includes Champion spark plugs, plus points, rotor and condensor. Price Includes all labour, plus timing adjustment, and carburator resetting. Mufflers V/ooIco Auto Centres carry � complete line of mufflers and tallplpos fnr most popular cars. Muffler and tailpipe assemblies for most Imported cars are available. 4eyl. H.88 eyl. 14.88 �eyl. 17.88 Woolco mufflers atari at 9.99 tnitalled No additional service work U performed on cer without customer's knowledge and ptrmfnion. Phone 328-8014 for appointment Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive riy LLOYD YAM AG ISM Herald Sports Writer Tlic University of Lethbridge Chinooks picked up their fourth consecutive victory in the Western Canada Basketball Conference as they dumped the University of Calgary Dinosaurs 86-75 before a good - sized crowd at the Civic Sports Centre last evening. The Chinooks, who are in their second year of the conference, are makihg their bid for a playoff spot a strong one as they now own a 5-4 record. In last night's encounter, the Chinooks held a 46-37 margin at half - time and kept full control of the game in the second half. The Chinooks picked off 57 rebounds compared to the Dinosaurs' 43 and they also outshot their opponents. The Chinooks hit 43 per cent of their shots while Calgary managed to sink 31 per cent. Tim Tollestrup, the big 6'8" centre, led the Chinooks' attack with 27 points along with 23 rebounds while teammate Brian Sanders followed closely with 24 big points. Jim Gladstone and Peter Hague also chipped in with 11 apiece. For the Dinosaurs, John Powell was' the top gun as he hooped 24 points while Bob Bailey and Jim Lathrop managed 15 apiece in a losing cause. Chinooks will face their stiff ANDY CAPP I'M SUPPlN OUT T THE SETTlN* SHOP, EDNA KEEP AN EfE ON THAT BlOKE -'�4 VEKV FOND OFNtPPIN* CLEARS THE BACKBOARD - Brian Sanders, 20, of th� University of Lethbridge Chinooks, grabs a rebound Friday night as Danny Quance, 43, of Calgary Dinosaurs moves in. There to help out if help is needed is Tim Tollestrup, 42, of the Chinooks as well as Randy Milner, 12. Chinooks downed the Dinnies 86-75 for their fourth straight win. Cardston tourney opens Four games were run - off in the Cardston High School Basketball tournament last night with the winners advancing to the finals today. The tourney is composed of an A division and a B division with four clubs participating in each section. In the tourney opener the Magrath Eagies trounced the Cardston Wildcats 60-33 and will move into the B division final against the LCI Colts. The Colts trimmed the Raymond Mustangs 29-26 in the other B boys contest. Meanwhile in the "A" Boys section Lloyd Fairbanks dunked !5 points and led the Raymond Comets to a 43-32 victory over the LCI Rams. Gary Williams and Monte Court also chipped in with 10 points in the win. For the Ranis Gary Nugent hooped 15 points in a losing cause. In the other A game, the Magrath Zeniths dumped the host Cougars 60-41. Don Hamilton flipped in 12 points for the Zeniths while David Bengry and Jack Rasmus-son both managed 11 for the Cougars. In the "B" Boys contests Wayne Harris was instrumental in the Eagles victory over the Wildcats as lie sunk 15 points. Bob Rice and Burns Alston chipped in with 12 points and 11 points respectively. For the Wildcats Clar e n c e Nice rimmed 10. In the Mustangs - Colts game, J. Dawson led the Colts with 13 p o i n t s and Byron Nelder paced the Mustangs with 12. Action will resume today when the both the A and B divisions will run-off their consolation and final games. The Cartiston Wildcats will face the Raymond Mustangs in the B consolation while the Magrath Eagles meet the LCI Colts in the B final. The LCI Rams will tackle the Cardston Cougars in the A division consolation while the Raymond Comets meet head - on with the Magrath Zeniths in the A final. est test in an effort to keep their hot hand going when they host University of Alberta Golden Bears at the Civic Centre tonight at 8:30. Golden Bears are currently in second place in the 10-team conference and the locals will have 'heir hands full battling the visitors. As was the case in the first meeting of the two clubs, won by the Bears in the Tri-Univer-sity Classic before the regular season got under way, Chinook coach Logan Tait feels the game could be won or lost because of bench  strength. Bench  strength hurt the Chinooks early in the year but with the addition of some new faces Tait has been able to go to his reserves more often, coming up with a winning com' bination more than once. Meanwhile the University of British Columbia Thunderettes defeated the host University of Lethbridge Chinooks 65-50 in women's WCIAA conference basketball. The Thunderettes led through out the game using a pressing defence to gain a 34-27 half time lead. Linda Willard and Wendy Grant led the UBC scorers with 16 points each. Leona Voth was the outstanding Chinook hooping 22 points for the losers. These same two teams will meet again tonight at seven at the Civic Sports Centre. OTHER GAMES In other league action the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, trimmed the University of Manitoba Bisonettes 51-46 Friday night. The U of S held a sum 25-22 lead at half - time and took 27 of the 41 fouls called during the contest. Jan Sundmark rammed in 20 points for the U of S* while Karen Palmer was the top scorer for the Bisonettes with 11. In Brandon, the Bobcats came on with a strong attack in the second half to down the University of Saskatchewan Cougars 71-59. Brandon held a slim two-point margin at half-time with the score being 30-28. Top scorers for Brandon were Dave Bauman with 18, Bob Fos-ker with 11 and Mike Vaira with 11. West Britton ran up 24 points and Brian Ward added 13 for the Regina squad. University of Victoria Vi-kettes defeated University of i Calgary, 59-44. It was the seventh straight loss for Calgary and the second win in five games for Victoria. Yvonne Letallier and Detrdre Ogden scored 16 points each for the winners while Susan Clow, with nine, topped the visitors. LETHBRIDGE ft, CALGARY 75 Lethbridge - Mllncr 7, Burr, Senders 24, Peterson 2, Gladstone 11, Roberts, Hague 11, Sloan, Tollestrup 27, Kempt 4, Chrlstensen. Total 86. Calgary - Elliott 2, Amulung 14, Dlakowicz 1, Herdman Bailey 15, Powell 24, Quonce 2, Lathrop If, Reeaon 2. Total 75. Baldness... Escort's the new answer � Nothing destroys self-confidence as rapidly as thinning hair or Baldness. Sir Escort can do far more for you than you s realize... socially, financially, personally, in all areas of your t lilo.. If hair means a lot to you then see Escort's "LIFELIKE'*, the answer to thinning hair or BALONESSt [ SIR ESCORT 101 Penthouse) Towers , 921 7lh Ave. S.W. 1 CALGARY, Alberta I Phone: 263-8274 MAIL NOW FOR FNII DETAILS | Please aenri m. FREE full details en , ESCORT LIFELIKE, without obligation on I my part. In plain envelope. _ ... : Dept. 501 | I Name Stnwt CITY PH. Home er office consultation! In privacy I ER IF IT'LL fW*K� *fER FEEL ANY BETTER Final rolloffs set for Sunday Ken King and Dianne Violini will be out to maintain their pace Sunday in the second eight - game rolloff set for Capri Bowl at one o'clock. King and Violini emerged with leads in their respective decisions last Sunday at Glen-dale Bowl and should they maintain the edge they would reign as the Lethbridge male and female five - pin singles champions. As well as the city honors they are looking to head the Lethbridge team which will take part in the southern zone rolloffs for berths in the Western Canada five-pin championships in Winnipeg during Easter. King opened a 142-pin spread over Randy Wolstoncroft in the first eight games last weekend. The leader rolled a 2,241 total pinfall as compared to 2,099 for Wolstoncroft. Holding down third place are two veterans of five-pin play. Steve Pedersen and Gary Tunbridge finished the eight-game rolloff deadlocked at 2,095. Meanwhile Violini will have to thwart the efforts of Jean Passey and Jean Christie. Violini had a total pinfall of 2,195 which gave her a comfortable edge over Passey who came up with 2,043. Christie, on the other hand, appeared out of the running after her first (our games last Sunday but finished in brilliant fashion* 1,183 for her last four games, and is only 36 pins back of Passey. The winner of the men's titles will take home the Stan McDonald memorial trophy for his efforts. The trophy is in memory of Stan McDonald, one of the top five-pin bowlers in the city, who died last Decern* ber. \<.�-U-.a.a.mM * ���.�.�:*�:�. a. *���.�.�. a. a... en ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES tyAvvj")"1*^^""' -� i----------------^ 1 laimiamnmim^m n n t^^"--------1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston .. New York Montreal . Toronto Vancouver Detroit ... Buffalo ... Chicago...... St. Louis..... Phlla........ Minnesota ... . Pittsburgh ... . Los Angeles .. California ... , NHL LEADERS Esposlto, Bos .. Orr, Bos ...... Hodge, Bos ... . R. Hull, Chi ... Bueyk, Bos ... . Ullman, Tor ... McKemle, Bos . Keon, Tor...... Cashman, Bos . Ratelle, NY .... 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