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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, January 19, 1974 Easter in Disneyland Spmil PtckigM For (Mkiifi lnlooMliM CMtoct ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Herald Sports LETHBMD6E OFFICE FURNITURE LTD, Lower Level 7th St. Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta PhOM (403) CHAIRS... Morrice left all alone as Vikings romp to win By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The Vikings came down from the north to do a little bit of hunting and found the game not so hard to bag. The Camrose Lutheran College Vikings feasted on the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns' errors and cut down their prey 7-3 in an Alberta College Athletic Conference Hockey League game staged at the Henderson Ice Centre Friday night. The Vikings were out to bag their limit this afternoon as they took on the Pronghorns again at at Henderson. Meanwhile m last night's Stirling Lakers still undefeated The Stirling Lakers earned sole possession of first place in the Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball League by scoring a slim 50-48 victory over the Winston Churchill Bulldogs Friday night. The Lakers are still un- defeated after seven en- counters and top the eight- team league with a perfect 7-0 record. Bulldogs on the other hand dropped to second spot with a 6-1 standing. In last night's big show- down, Scott Perrett led the Lakers' assault with a 16-point outing while Dick Penguilly chipped in with 12. Kendall Duce managed 14 points and Barry Schmidt 13 for the visiting Bulldogs. Meanwhile Brian King's two-point performance gave the Coaldale Gaels a hard- fought 34-33 win over the Pic- ture Butte Sugar Kings in another contest staged last night. I King with only two points to his credit was considered the big hero of the game as he sunk two straight foul shots DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 233 12c STREET NORTH with three seconds remaining to defeat the visitors. David Janzen paced the at- tack though with 11 points while Terry Hanna managed 13 for the Kings. Hanna also had a chance to be the hero of the contest as he put the Kings ahead 33-32 with two key foul shots with 20 seconds left in the tilt. In other league games, Milk River whipped Vauxhall 60-46 and Fort Macleod Flyers edg- ed Taber Trotters 47-45. Anthony Miller led the Milk River Comets to their win with 22 points while John Dyksleg added 15. Allan Friesen notched 24 points in a losing cause. The Flyers earned their first win of the season by dropping the Trotters in a hard-fought tilt. Tom Lemire swished 14 points and Blaine Barr 13 for the Flyers while Tim Jesper- son notched 18 for the Trotters. In Southwest Conference Girls' Basketball League ac- tion, coach Les Santa guided his Coaldale Larks to a slim 37-32 decision over Picture Butte. Bonny Stanko lifted her teammates to their fifth straight win with 14 points while Janke Jorgenson hooped 12 for the Butte. The Taber Dawns scored a tight 41-36 win over the Fort Macleod Meteors. Joan West and Connie Brezowski dunked 11 points apiece for the winners while Peggy Conners whipped in 14 and Peggy Hester 11 points for the Meteors. In junior Boys' varsity play, Winston Churchill defeated Stirling 48-34, Milk River blasted Vauxhall 42-27, Pic- ture Butte dumped Coaldale 43-17 and Fort Macleod defeated Taber 48-34. ONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA 1974 HONDA ELSINORES JUST ARRIVED 250CC MOTOCROSS Chrome-moly Frame and Aluminum Alloy Tank D.I.D. (Mudlett) Alloy Wheel 211 Ibs. Dry This machine won more races out of the box In Western Canada than any other brand. Still at Low 1973 Price! Under 250CC ENDURO Unbreakable Fenders Qvickly Detachable Instruments Spark Arrester Approved for the Forest Reserve 400x18 Knobby Optional Low Trail Gearing Included Still LOW 1173 LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-1119 Closed OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL P.M. Ample Free Parking NDA-HONDA-HONDA- encounter, the Vikings simply wore out the Pronghorns before they went in for the kill. The first period was com- pletely dominated by the visitors, who fired 18 shots at a defenceless Pronghorns' netminder Rod Morrice. The Pronghorns came out of the period relatively unscath- ed though as they trailed only 1-0 after the opening 20- rninute period. The Vikings had a little harder time in catching the Pronghorns in the second period as the local club started to put up a solid fight. Both clubs played two-way hockey for most of the period, but with some three minutes left the two clubs went flat. The Vikings scored two goals between the to mark while the Pronghorns came back with a pair of goals with less than a minute remaining in the se- cond stanza. The final period was end-to- end for the most part, but the Vikings salted away the vic- tory by scoring once midway through the session and twice more near the tail end. Irwin led the Vikings' attack with a hat-trick while singles went to Lemay, Friesen, Merault and Lychak. Duane Johnson, Guy Smith and Mike Weisgerber tallied for the Pronghorns' who watched their winning streak end at two games. The two clubs split eight minor penalties called in the three periods and Camrose outshot the locals 45-34. ICE CHIPS Pronghorns' netminder Rod Morrice played a strong game between the pipes and could be faulted on only one of the seven goals. Pronghorns will have to sharpen up on their defensive game if they want to win any more games The Vikings are considered the best club in the ACACHL and shared top spot in the standings with Al Ferchuk's Red Deer College Kings prior to the weekend series Vikings have three balanced lines and it's ex- tremely hard to determine which of the lines is superior Mike Weisgerber, Duane Johnson, Alvaro Zanolli were the best Pronghorns on the ice and Wally Tunow wasn't too bad after the first period on Vikings' forward Lemay gave out a few cheap shots during the 60-minutes and retaliated when hit by a solid clean check by Pronghorns' defenceman Billy Kidd. VIKINGS 7 PRONGHORNS 3 Pint period 1 Vikings. Irwm 1619 Penalties Kidd, Stewart and Walters Second period 2 Pronghorns. Johnson 5.48; 3. Vikings, Irwm (Miller, Lychak) 5.57, 4 Vikings, Lemay (Merault) 17 26, 5 Vikings, Fnesen 1832, 6 Pronghorns, Smith (Weisgerber) 1853. 7 Pronghorns. Weisgerber (Borggard, Lazarick) 1944 Penalties Dunlop Third period 8 Vikings, Irwm (Lyehak) 946, 9 Vikings, Merault (Irwm) 1737, 10 Vikings, Lychak Penalties Green, Lemay. Johnson and Irwm VETERANS SIGN KANSAS CITY (AP) Recently acquired veteran pitchers Lindy McDaniel and Marty Pattin have signed contracts with Kansas City Royals, the American Baseball League club an- nounced Friday. McDaniel, 38, who will be in his 20th professional season, was ac- quired from New York Yankees. Pattin, 30, came to the Royals in an off-season trade with Boston Red Sox. Lennon finds range After losing 9-7 to Garth Pilling Thursday night Lawrence Lennon and his mates took it out on Dave Forry in Section B of the men's playdowns at the Leth- bridge Curling Club Friday. Lennon made all of his shots count as he whipped Forry 13-2. Pronghorns whip Huskies but gals suffer in loss SASKATOON (Special) The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns scored an im- pressive 83-67 victory over the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in Canada West University Men's Basketball League play Friday night. The Pronghorns, who sport a 3-6 record to remain in fifth spot in the six-team league, just over-powered the cellar dwelling Huskies who have yet to win a game in seven starts. The Pronghorns led from the opening toss-up and came up with a solid 43 per cent shooting average from the field and a 71 per cent average from the foul line. Phil Letham paced the Pronghorns with 23 big points while Max Zaugg added 13. Dean Faris managed 27 Mantle has funny feeling HARTFORD, conn. (AP) Mickey Mantle, former New York Yankees slugger, says he has a "funny feeling" his old team will never return to Yankee Stadium. "The House that Ruth Built" in the Bronx, N.Y., is undergoing renovations. In the interim, the American League Yanks will play across town at Shea Stadium, the home of the National League's New York Mets Mantle, speaking at an in- surance company dinner, said: "I have a funny feeling the Yankees will never go to back there. "It's in a bad area and I think if the team draws well at Shea well, after last year's Old Timers' game, I left the place feeling that I'd never go back there again Mantle and his long-time friend, former Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford, were voted into baseball's Hall of Fame Wednesday. points for the Huskies, who were forced into giving up 35 turnovers while out- rebounding the Pronghorns 49- 33. Roger Baldry and Larry Baker were the top rebounders for the Evans9 son dies after injury CLINTON, Ont. (CP) Phillip Charles Evans, 18, son of former National Hockey League player Jack Evans, died Thursday night after be- ing struck on the chest by a puck during a hockey game in this community about 30 miles north of London. Evans, a forward with Goderich Juveniles of the Central Huron League, collapsed in pain after being struck. Bill Hoggarth, player-coach of the opposing Homesville team, said Evans "quit breathing" and lapsed into unconsciousness "in less than five minutes." He said the referee began immediate mouth -to mouth resuscitation, and a parent continued the resuscitation attempt. A doctor arrived at the arena to attend the youth, but the player was declared dead on arrival at Clinton General Hospital. Mr. Hoggarth said the puck struck Evans under the rib cage, causing a bruise. Pronghorns with seven apiece. Meanwhile the U of L Pronghorns women's varsity basketball team were waxed 116-17 by the U of S Huskiettes, who are con- sjdered to be one of the top women's team in the nation. Debby Borzel of Lethbridge, who is attending the U of S, paced the Huskiettes to their seventh consecutive win with 24 points while Dot Czarnota added 16. Kathy Bardgett led Lethbridge with eight points and Sandra Knight netted seven. Huskiettes led 51-7 at the half. Both clubs will play again tonight. The University of Alberta Golden Bears edged the University of British Colum- bia Thunderbirds 67-65 Friday night. UBC led 38-35 at half-time. Steve Ignatiavicius led Alberta with 16 points, while Wally Tollestrup added 12. Ralph Turner led the losers with 24 points. Blake Iverson had 16. UBC Thunderettes defeated U of L Pandas 63-36. UBC led 25-18 at half-time. Liz Silcott led UBC with 18 points while Nora Ballantyne scored 13. Yvonne Shae led the Pandas with 12. PIRATES SIGN CLINKS PITTSBURGH (AP) Gene Clines, who had asked to be traded after last season, has signed with Pittsburgh Pirates, the National Baseball League club announced Friday. Clines, 27, used main- ly in a utility role by Pirates last season, batted .263 in 110 games and drove in 23 runs. TOP QUALITY SNOWMOBILE CLOTHING SUITS JACKETS BOOTS 50% Off! LIMITED QUANTITY! 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In "A" section Kar- bashewski, of Lethbridge, belted Lloyd Kanewischer of the city 11-2 while Baceda out- lasted Garth Pilling 14-12 in a wide-open contest. Barron, of Picture Butte, started too quickly for Scott Henderson and his quartet and racked up an 8-4 win. Hipfner doubled the score, 10-5 on Cliff Forry. Baceda, Pilling, Henderson, Hipfner and Forry are all from the host Lethbridge Curling Club. Davis got past Roy Cleland 12-7 in a battle of city rinks. Lennon, who was upset 9-7 by Pilling in the opening round, trounced Dave Forry 13-2. Both Lennon and Forry are of the city. Greene, of Lethbridge, got past Don Tillotson of Lethbridge 10-8 and Fukami of Picture Butte edged Gerry Coyne of Lethbridge 12-10. Minor hockey Chris Sparrow scored two goals and led the Canucks to a slim 2-1 victory over the Vikings in a Pee Wee contest Friday night. Randy Huisman replied in a losing cause. The Braves tripped up the Falcons 3-1 in another Pee Wee match last night. Allan Norlin, Wade Enns and Tom Amatto scored a goal apiece for the Braves while Robert Rab managed a singleton for the losers. Neil Pomahac registered his fifth shutout of the season as he paced the Flames to a 0 win over the Bears. Wyatt Blair and Robert Stewart tallied a goal each to lead the offensive attack. In Midget League play, the Coaldale Crusaders dropped the Eskimos 6-4. Gary Lengyel scored a pair of goals to lead Coaldale's assault while Albert Rach, Ken Corey, Don Tsujiura and Rick Hranac added singles. Greg Loshny and Kelly Lietch scored a goal each and led the Labor Club Bees to a 2- 0 victory over the Comets. Mark Tokariuk and Bruce Anderson shared the minding duties. 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