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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdoy, Jonuory 10, THE IfTHMIBOE HEULD 11 Kodiaks belt visitors 103-49 Red Deer musters very little effort Kempt must be wondering if it's worth all the effort sn-cl cf t'ne Unlversily of Lethbridae Fronahorns must Kernpl while ;52; MiLe rnsby G piece cf :he cc'ion CE Ac'ion na if crobbina this rebound was worth it. Wallace Tollesirup ;ock place Friday evening at the U cf I ns the locals edged the Bears University of Alberta Golden Beori, makes Ihings rough for 52-50. (Rick Ervin photo) Golden Bears come up two points short Pronghorns set stage for a battle By LLOYD VAMAGISffl UcraM Sports Writer ''Or.e cown o-e to go." Upiversiry o; ridge who are ir. dire need of a sweep over :h-: of Al- beria Go'.con Bears, are half- v.-jv there as they earned a hard-fought 52-50 comeback vic- tory in Canada West University llea's League ac- tion Friday nighL The Pronghorns. who now SDor; a 6-3 record, must defeat the league-leading Golden Bears once more if they have ary plans to stay in con- ler.'ioa for the league pennant. The Golcer. Bears are on top o: the an S-3 record. ir. r.ig'v. a psi-kcd ho-ise v.-jiched Phil Larr, Baker and Court turn :h? Kcrrp-i c'.c the driv- r.jG 3 r o rr-. a 1 v.t.h :S po-'.ts and 14 re- bour.cs is fresh ar.x'e hoot'ed eichl off rc-Mur.c'5. Baker's ur.al two points from the throw IL-.e proved to be v.-irrjrg Co'jrt. who is h.-.vir.r. an 'sianding year as a rookie, hit the backboards with 11 second- half points, seven cooing from the foul line. On the other hand, the lesser known End unheralded Kempt c.rjld be considered the spark- plug in the Pronghorn's attack. who obviously didn't bum up the backboards with his one-point outing, somehow generated the Pronghorn's sec- ond half surge with his aggres- sive style of play. In the first half, the Prong- bores sinelled like dead fish and were lucky enough to finish the first 20-miriutffi of aciion with a 26-22 deficit. But things changed a little in th? second hall with Kempt leading the way. His assultive. belligerent or bellicose r.iar.ner or whatever you want to Isbel it. put some life into the Pronghorns. who mcnaged to even the score 30-39 at the mark. A few seconds later, the Prcnsboms took the lead and Lodermeir Iiot5 Bulldogs lose o- ;o capture (heir sixth nin of the season. Tom Solyom led the Bear's sccrors with i: twits while Sieve Paateluk chipped in with 10. During the content. the Pror.r.- hci-ns carae up with a J4 per cer.t shootlrg average the outside n'hjle the Bears td closely with a 33 per cent average. The t'.ro clubs will rnee-t again tonight at p.m. a: the U of L gymnasium. Meanwhile the V ci L Prone- horns women's basketball team picked up their thini win oi season as they dropped the I" of A Pandas hooped 13 points .'or the Prongboms while Deb- bie Whitebead added another IJ. VTerjdy Martin r-otched 14 end Ka'.hy Moore 10 for the Pandas, who n-ailed I9-23 a: I he haii. The clubs v.iii see more uiL'i a p.m. unie. P30NGHORNS i! GOLDEN BEARS Br PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Coach Tom Karren of the Conunvmifr College Kodiaks cznnci be blamed il bs is caught talking to himself. TThiJe JTM would expect Eicns of sugar plums dancmg through the bead of a coach whose team is 4-0. Karren could be just the esact opposite. The Kodiaks waltzed through another ho-hum FrJdey evening at the LCC as llisy bounced Ked Deer College 103- 49. Wednesday the Kodiaks dumped Hat 9E-35. I If this keeps up. Karrer, may run irio trouble h i s charges up for Albena College Athleiic Coaierence Leaeue ac- i Uoa. Mearjwhile. the Kocieties had tbsir season's mark evened a; i 2-2 as they suffered a 51-30 back at Ihe hands of the Red Deer Queens. 1 In the men's game however. the story told in the firti hajf. Bed Deer Kings, who more than held their in the I hejghth department, were DO i match for "the Kodiaks oa the backboards and fell behind H-31 a: the r.il. Kodiaks fooghi their way to 46 rebourds during the game and literally kept the visitors on i the backboards. Gary Wiiliams led ths way frie Kodiaks with 2 points while Diright VTiite followed vrith is. BO-D Morjtsiorj came up with his best effort in Kodiak colors as he hooped 17. Curt Wclsey. wbo eajoyed a 24-poini i outing Wednesday, caaed 1] I Friday. I Don Browne sparked the Hed i Deer attack with 16 points while Doug Baker chipped in with 13 before faffing victim io five fouls midway thnrjfh the sec- ond half. While was also fouled out for the Kodiaks. Val Kallis was brilliant for the Queens as she came up with points for the Kodietfes as withdraw from the conference, they failed to have one player Next home action for the loc- 5f-ore in double figures. al? nil] be Feb. 2 when Souib- Kodiaks were scheduled to em Alberta Institute of Tech- play Olds SchMl of Agriculture nology pays z visit. The loQow- this evening but the centra! Al- ing evening Camrose is in tarn bena club has been forced to for a conference encounter. Dennis Sobchuk fires n sx 14 points. Christine Graves added 12. Judy McXab hi; for Bowling BOWL Gclden Besrs e, Sr Tr :er-.- r. VrV.'l.s-. .-f i TOTAL !D PP.OSGHORN5 i3 PANDAS S.'c-r i I. TOTAL 53 SENIOR CITIZENS c-sen ir. 6'jr.rv V-sls IS. harry Cr-iD-sn 251 FrsM; KKIGHTS OF COLUM.BUS EMPLOYER WANTED t-v :XECUTIVF SfCPETASY Bex 61 HeroW r.ivcr Comr.s hancexl WinsTOn Rullriogs ;r.eir first defeat in seven South u e s t Conference Boy s League games, but it look some doing. Barry Lodermeier lurred the trick alone as he swished free throws ro time remaining on the clock if 3 TJ-73 after the third overt i m e period. ;wo were tied ;iS55 at ;he era of regulation time and battled to 62-62 and 65-SS h o'.'orurne sessions. apd Mike HeiraLh ths Coraets with 16 points apiece while Ken Nakama REGION 14 UN1FARM 1973 BONSPIEL FEB. 5th, 6th and 7th Leihbridge Civic Ice Centre OPEN TO ALL UNIFARM MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATED MEMBERS 4 EVENTS PER Deadline Monday, January 22nd ENTRIES TO MISS MOUY COUPLAND 731 9ih Street S., UlhbridgB or Phone 327-0495 rxi ?.tid Kim in a caiL-e. In .inothor league game. Pick notched C5 points ar.d gave the Coaldale Gajis a 7B-55 deci- sion over the Fort MacLeod FKers. Wcrrer Schmeigelt added 19 in the while Wsrren Tooley replied for the Flyers il. The Trotters cruised to sri easy over the Suzar Kinsrs be- htrrfl Robin Hanson's 2P-poirt pe-forrnarce. Teammate Da-, e Gooree cHp- prd in wtih 16 poars while Ron NrtHoer mansgpd Co poLnt5 for losers. Tne Lakers aKi had an as Lhey disposed Mkinss Many H i r s c h c scored !fi points for th? I.akors wh'le A.lar. Frozen 10 the I.i So u I: v. esi Cor-iereace Taiwr D.-v.Tis er.rr.rd a e-'ume win over t'.ie Picture B'Jtte Sucar Qrcc'is. Joan West led Tabor with IS points while Ltz Vandcrlin Pirlure Buite poir.ts. Pescy Conner's 2.Vpoint out- inj wasn't enough as the Fort MacLeod Meteors dropped a 4-1-5? decision to Ihe Coaldalc Ey THE C.VS.iDlAX PRESS Six goals is three months' work for some young hockey but Dennis of Rtgina Pats, achieved it Friday in lesa than an hour. Ke broke loose for six goals and four assists and sparked his Imemates to a total of 20 points on the night as (he Pats pounced Brandon Wheat Kings n-3 in one of tiro Western Can- ada Hockey League games. In the other game, Edmonton Oil Kings defeated Saskatoon Blades 4-2 to take sole posses- sion of first place m the west- em Saskatoon re- riEined in firrt piece in Lhe So-'Chuk's sijt Eoals tied a record set by Dan Spring, then of Edmonton Oii Kings. His 10- point teal boosted him past the Tom Lysiak of Medicine Ha: Tigers and into first place in the WCHL sconng race. Sohcbuk's lirjemstes, Jiike WEDcbuk and Clark Gillies, also fattened their scoring totals, Wanchuk a goal and five assists and Gillies with a goal and three assists. Dous Marit. Fleuri Perron and Fiick Unrich scored the ether Regina goals. LLVE DOES FT ALL Dale McMuIlin scored hrice for Brirxiou and Kelly Green- bank once. Greenbank bad two assists. McMuIlin one and Rob Neale three as one line did all Brandon's scoring. Segina led 2-0 after the first period, in which goaitender Ed Sianiov.'ski piayed extremely ana fatiened the margin to afier 40 minutes Jirrj Rankin started in goal for the Wheat Kings but was removed early ia the second period with hi; club trailing 3-0. At Edmonion, captain John Pagers scored a breakaway gosi Istj in the second period and wrapped up the decision in the final minute of the third after Saskatoon goaltender Ed had been removed for an Don Easiest anti Fred Cflrn- scared ir? Edmonton goals ar.d Saskatoon's goals scored by Pal RUES Walker. ior Rogers' final goal, all the scoring was done in the second period. Edmonton has s chance to stretch its lead tonight in a 1 rarse Mecki'if Hsl. Victoria Cougars FEn Flon Bomb- ers in iif o.-Jv other Saiurdey game. SPORTS FANS: IIAI.1.1'1! 1IKT1UKS SAN Al H.il'.i-r. ic ior yc.us. h.i nmir.c'ixJ liis retirement. Hallcr. u-lw jiv.ncd S.in Fr.inci (liar.ls in 1W1. w.is Irnried TliiHies IVtiv. i Tigers at the close of the 197 season. JUNIOR SHOP grod Ternperant-? s exoelle Ere Base is r 15 above Lake Base is good. 20 "Gori- around flic ont 'r rTenprccd in ae cf cars. Tirs competitor toc'k rar: '-i cMnpctition held at the of Lesribiidoe Filday nlalit. By GARY KIRK KIRK'S IlkE SALES LTD. Die ys'j ibcf a goal- I lender j'jll hcs cored I a Q Z' i-i the e-'i-e histcry _ cf the Nc'icnc! Hoikev LeC- I guE? I Since one of the big iporti dories cf 1973 will be howl cloie Hank Acron gett to I Bobe Ruth's all-time home run fetal, iff a good lime fo bring up on infereslmg jjdeligh) to Aoron's chances K he ffiiwes catching Ruin's record by one Homer, a 1 [tile-remem- bered game back in 1964 will take on increasing importance Aaron o home run off Curl Simmons in a gome fhol yeor, but nfier Honk circled !he bases, the umpire ruled if wen no homer because Hank had one fool 'lightly out of Ine better's box when he hit il So ihot homer didn'l count Wouldn'i it be ironic if Aaron loses out to Ruth's historic home run re- :ord by just ihsl one homer? ;-c-n h his- to I be' you didn't Irnow the I Deep5r (S- Snow Get! Ihe I better your Unjrovol Super I Winttrirjf Snow Tim wort. Gerring around in town or I counlry roadi Is o mop 10 I if you hoi-en'l got 'em on I "r mnks trocb down to Kirk's first thing Monday i moinina ond lei the Tire Ex- I perls fir you up ond aet ycu I opain ond if you wont Tire Studs, we con de rhof I too! I See KIRK'S for The Best Deo[ for Every Wheel TIRE SALES LTD, 'The Tire Experts" Vour UNIROYAl Denier 3 IOCATIONS TO SERVE VOU 1671 3rd Ave. S. KIRKT> FERNIE. B.C. 423-7746 KIRK'S TIKE (TABER) ITD. 620] 50lh Avcnui Phone 123-1441 I Phone 123-1441 I FOOTBALL-JOHNNY UNITAS HOCKEY-JOHN FERGUSON BASEBALL-JIMMY PIERSAIL BASEBALL-JOE RUDI KINSMEN 20th ANNUAL SPORTSMAN'S DINNER CASINO TO FOLLOW DINNER SAT., FEB. 3-LETH. EXHIBITION PAVILION TICKETS AVAR4BU Al MARCEl'S SMOKE SHOT CtUB CIGAR n ANY KINSMEN ;