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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 23. 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Tollestrup hits for 26 Saturday Bears earn split with Pronghorns Br LLOYD VAMAGISHI "Herald Sports Writer Coach Can' Bowie, of the University of LetJibridge Prong- horns, more thnji likely had a restless sleep Saturday night. He had good reason lo be upset as he had just waiched both his players and game offi- cials come up with a ''blah'1 islered a split in the weekend In Saturday's game, the, mentioning include, poor game before a large gathering series after suffering a 52-50 Pronghorns suffered their first I ing, no play-making, forcing on home court. The outcome was a 76-CO lory for ihe University of Al- 1 three losses. loss to Ihe Pronghorns Friday loss on home court after dis- shots, no rebounding lo spcal: 1 no-, night, now sport nine wins and playing one of their poorest out- i of. and DO team ''hustle." beria Golden Bears, who are on Canada Men's ings of the season. Or. the other hand, the play- rs, who are on j The Pronghorns moved into 1 Nothing went right for the ers were not entirely at fauit top of the Canada West Uni- second place on Six wins and home club who had a lackadais- for their poor showing. Instrumental in their disap- Wendy breaks record EDMONTON iSpeciall Three Alberta open and a num- ber o! age-p-oup marks were bettered at the Alberta winter swimming championships dur- ing the weekend. Two of tha provincial records were broken by swimmers from Edmonton's Jasper Place club, while tee third went to Wendy Kssting of Leihbridge. Miss Kasting. swimming in the women's open 200-metre backstroke, broke her own rec- ord oi in covering the distance in Ross Nelson and Breeds Holmes, bo'.h or Edmonton, were the other provincial rec orn-breaicrs. Nelson, a mem- ber of Canada's international team, broke the record in the 1.650-yard freestyle with a time of David Brumwcll of Cal- gary held lie old rnsr.k of Miss Holmes, a competitor in the 1972 Summer Olympics, was timed in in the 500-yard freestyle. The old record of was held by Kim Cassidy of Ca'.csry. Swimmers from 1? Alberta clubs competed in the event, the first lime senior arid age- group championships hsd been contested at the same time. Graham Smith oil Edmonton finished third in the senior men's 200-metre breaststroke arid broke the national record lor boys 13 and 14 with a time of Sr.iith broke his Al- record for 1C- ar.d 14-vear- cld boys of with a performance in tte 400-metre individual relay. versify Men's four losses while the idle Uni-' ical attitude throughout t h e League. i versify of British Columbia is game. j printing performance was Tiie Golden Bears, who reg-, in third with a 5-3 record. Some obvious points worth I psychological handicap pccr officiating. I During the entire game, it 1 seemed the officials were not in advantageous positions to call fouls, which they did reg- ularly, and they- missed num- erous other aspects of the game, such as travelling, dou- ble-dribbling and out-of-bound calls. The referees, without quei- lion, have an essential part lo play, as they control the tone cf the was not I do-e. i Both clubs were at a dissd- vantage playing under the wE'VE j I Repeal irinuers Davis end his fcurjonie re'oined their D'S'rici 1 s ti'is cvef the weekend at the Leihbridg? Curling Club. The winners are, left to right, skip Davis, third Jim McQuOfTie, second Doug McKay and lecd Wayne Ulmer. upend Cards! on Comets catch Bulldogs hieh scboa! calibre officials. Meanwhile, the oier rated Golden Bears didn't impress, the partisan fans with their perfor- mance either. Jf the Pronghorns could have come up with an average game like Friday night's, the score could easily been revers- ed. The Bears scraped up a 35- 2S Jead ai half-time and just out-lasted the Pronghorns. who couldn't come alive. The Bears came up with E .7) per cent shooting avers f-om the o'.iiside and scored 10- -o free thrc--v Tr-e Pronghorns hooped C4 shots 7? attempts from the outside for a 50 per cent aver- arc-. but hit 12-15 from the foul line. Turnovers were in favor o: i (he Bears, who gave up 14 halls to the PrtoEhoms1 20. i Tom Solyom led the Bears' Warriors split on weekend Elks win rowdy affair Lethbridge Midge': Elks earr.- Dd a li-4 perjsjiy filled South- ern Alberta- Juvenile Hockey League victory in Vauxnal! Saturday night. The Elks an early 4-0 first period lean ex- tended it to E-0 after the second. Scrffi'e paced t h e bcsls with four soil- while Eaden Osmond. Pack Collier, Grant Marchuk. Randy Lowe, Barrel Osmond and Ron Moser added singles. Shane ffleucka scored trice and Victor Wall and Trevor Kress once lor VaiixbaU. who managed most of their goals in the final period During the three roughly- rlayed per.ooj, Lethbfidge Minor Randy Rook picked up E pal- er goals and led the Whips to a 4-0 shutout ever the in Fee Wee Hockey action m the Fii'St victory for coach Johnnv Egau Fy Tnr. Ersr, 'i. head coach of and Hie Rocke's respc-ded with a 107-103 National As- over New Vo'-k Knicks. Mike Newlin scored the win- mr.g basket wi'.h five seconds left. He led Houston's scoring viin 2.T roints. other S'jriday action. Mil- Bucs? rolled over C-c'der. State WamorF 124-10S. Boston Celtics stopped Buffalo Bra-.vs Bsl'.i'riore Bulie'.s Milk River Erie Rivers Comets grabbed a share of first place in the Southwest Confer- ence Boys' Basketball League, by dumping Picture B u 11 e Suaar Kings 54-41 Saturday night. The Comets now share the top spot with the Winston Churchill Bulldogs, both with 6-J records. Barry Lodcrmeier led the Comets to tlteir sixth win of the season with 17 points while Anthony Miller chipped in with Torn Ouruso and Ron Neibocr managed 16 arid 14 points res- for Sugar Kings. In Si-jji-.w e s Conference Girls' Basserbr.il League ac- t'or. llx- CLiurcliill Grif- fL-.s cK'eaicd the Eon MacLejd Mrteors Gail Blaiichard and .1 f n e Biivsowski 11 points apiece for the Grlffir.s while Jo-.jv Lee notched 11 for the Meteors. j lu br.vs' junior varsity play.: Mt'k dropped Picture Bulte 54-55. Meanwhile in Southern Al- bsrta "A" Boys' Basketball; Lecfue ncu'on Saturday night. 'LCI Rams dumped t h c Cougars 55-3J1 in Cardston. The Cougars held a 14-10 lead after the first quarter, hut (he Rams come b.ick to a a! and a for the Cougars, who were oul- rebounded 53-23 by tr-e Rams. The Rams IIC'A" sport a 4-1 record the CCHS Cougars a 4-0 standinc. In "B" bDvs' play the LO Colls dropped a decision io CardfJon Wildcats. Meanwhile in exhibition ac- lion, EA Dick and Ray Lister hcopcd 14 apiece and led the- Coaldaie Kate Andrews Gird; in a 45-37 over I'rp CCKS Cougars Saturday nizr.'.. Bcaudin managed 10 for the Cougars. Li gilrs' play. tis'cCHS ten? outlasted t h e Kate Au- drews Larlrs 23-15. Wendy Rodzinyak scored 10 points for the wieners while BFV Hranac managed poinls in a losing cause. Short sport (.KRMXNS TUP SLLUUEHS CFIRVIVA. Italy Zimmcrcr and Pe'.er I'trcrneiclcr of Germany teani-nistr; Horsi and Porst Ertel in t'r-e Euro- pean t-.ve-insn bobsled chanir- iorj-hip SiJndH.-.. Ksrlh f-iid Frit; Sperling of Austria fmished third. END5 COWBOY CAREER DALLAS (API Dallas h o y s' player-coach, Dan Reeves, retired from prolss- sional football Saturday, saying he is going i-ito the real esiste b-osiiiess. Reeves, plagtied by kr.e? injuries in recent >csrs. it-tired as a player in 1S71 but returned to irtiforra as s play- repiierli it was close to cms SIGN rovn Clacajo Cubs have signed fcur more players, including pitcher Rick Ketiscliel, tr.-e team's 23-year- old nuutanding rookie of last season. Also s'ffrir.g con- tracts were relief pitcher Dan McGinn, infielder Pat Botirque and outfielder Pete LaCock. NELSEN RETIRE? _ Cleve- land Browns quarterbsck Bill Nelscn confirmed Saturday that ho is rctuir.g as a player vili be looking for a coaching 100. EWMEL BF.VTEN attack 2-J points Steve Panteluk added Phil ToilesLnrp was o n c f again the top gun far tlie with 26 poirts. F Danny Court and Peter chipped in iriih 10 points Mear.wlrl'le. ihe U of L THE CANADIAN homs women's c'eligh'ed the local fa-? 5 Califorria i sweeping two Canada V.est c s t o n versity Women's Bucyk; Leaeue games ever the U A Pandas. Fridav night the Pronghot-r.s whipped the Pandas 4 Buffalo 3 tletl Buffalo Saturday night they the visitors 5 Detroit i Leona Voth led (he hotr.s. scoring 22 points Hextall. Sharon Giduk notched 13 Debbie TVhitehecd Wendy Martin netted r, Allantfl points for the Ps-das. p L-.-iied 25-2! si the a h c- i i c Koljerrs: Both rr.er. and women i. sw action again tonight as 5 rittstinrcli pl.-r hosts to :hp 2. Saskatchewan Huskies of Etissell. Mikita. Martin." r d m o -j d The woittoii's g.-.rnt? will l-r-cerwsy st p rn the men's has an 6 Philadelphia starting Laf'e-jr 2. The two encourters "ill P. staged at the U of L Fhiladcfctoa. other gatr-.es. 4 I'nivsryty of Neilson saur? posted a W-rn Gilbcri- over the Unuersity o: Vikings, vvliile tn 4 Buffalo preliminary p a ir e. downed PiOT'c, rrjs'reri C-. Kir.es Saf.irosy, Hawks beat Cevelarcl Csvaliers Balti- ntore Se.it'.le Siiper- Pistons Bulls 3rd Trail" B'.-zers routed ?.rrl trte Phoe.vlx Staif rl.-v C MKISII SIGNS Briimel. Russian high Kel'v Wilde and Kelly NORFOLK. AP Jmi who fought his wav lod the Rams with 12 noir.ts Jlurier. ace ricbt-hand- bark after being crippled in fl apiece v'nile Shackieford cr of the V-'olrd Cliampior, Oak- road accident years f.r.d Ron Shemitichui notched land snid Sunday he clesrrd 6 foct. f.'i inches at an 10 r.p-.tve. siciifd his co-.iir.'.c: incioor field meet .i.r.-. Tivr.o point- a here Stirday. Rnt he was v.-l-.i.t- 7.e.ilr.r.d ar.d A--ked if ho uiX SUM.'XX'. the by tl-e Olymric ;-IT 2 i1. Keixx1. Henderson. Ellis: l.oi Kozak. Mike and C a r y Eiebel added sbgles. 1-. ariother Pee We? contest. Allsa Duval. Richard Bur la 'd Randy tallied Fin- lo marke.-s and paced the Penguins to a 3-0 win over tie aruef. Three poais by Craig P.obLi- -or. the Brjins to a slim nclor." over the Ramblers. ROE; Mitchell and Brad Lowe r.iiclisd sinEletoas while Mitch Earn' Buryan. Peter Ssrlch and Greg Magyar re- plied for the Ramblers In Basijini "B1' plsv. Golrlie registered a shutout as helped the Seals bbri the Monarchs 1-0. Glen Gorrie scored the ccjy giir.! in the game. The liasgers ana roaears ba'.tlra to a 2-: draw after three period? o.: piay. Then and Pcier flobi scored for the Range-? e Ken Roberts ar.d handled the scoring for e Co-.-.EErf. I- V acuor. Ke-.ir tiiiicd Mice psced tr-e to a 4-2 victory CT-. or E'acVip and Terry Hein- -lcii ff-f.1 a goal apiece in while Robert Shade and Mr.rv--n Drnglar.d managed a esch IT a losing cause. by Grant Harms !f.r.ro CEttoni gare the L-eaf? a 4-1 decision over he Black Hswks. Sieve replied for the Tn Midget play. Dor, Mills. Jph-ison. Lanay Bind i-: Sier.be-rk rapped in a arei led the Starapeders io 4i verdict oi-er ihe Lekers. ,1m F.ST.n.3 scored for picked up 15 iniiior penalties, tv.-o ir.ajon. rnisconducts and a game mis- conduct. Yauxhall vrere assessed with IS rnirior seven msior-. and a mis- conduct. V.'isrrior; split s pair c-'. SAJHL girr.E? or. the wees- er.cl bat-jrday the Warriors dropped a 6-2 decision to the visiting Stari.fard Dennis Mec managed i pair goals in a lostsg cause. Sunday, (he Warriors re- deemed themselves with i M wb over the Cascades in Coie- dar. Gree Mmtieth itrice for the Warriors- while Kim McLeUen. Xelson Doenr. Poa Simmons and MerJe added sin- Eiee. ?l1-esnwhilp iri Southern Al- ber.s Little Spud Hockey actio" on the weekend, the Letbbrirlce toe Elks 17-3 in CUff MiyashL-o led the Colt's sttsck with ihrp? poal? while Dsve Jackson. Boh Quinnell. Brian Malacko. Michel Enrmont and Cam MscLennan scored t'.vice. Singles came off the sticks of Grec Kvraer. Richard Shard- !o-.-. Greg Lewis and Peter Wenzil. Ir, another Spud Lesfat rane. Rick McRoberts scored a psir of goals and paced Uie Bar.tEir. Rrps '.o a 7-4 victory ovrr Vsuihall. Sc-.v.'. ,iime. Rick Wiest, LoT.e 0-tnond. Dor. Higa and Mac-r-; added singles. Ir. Pee Wee exhibition Ernie Grler three times End led !r-s For, Macleod Rangers to s 7-3 win over Le'-hhrfage Blues. Greg Doyle. John Vorgason. Owea and Gordon cropped h with singles for the wLtners "hiie Gordon Tait scarce twice and Rocky Terry or.ce for ihe Blues. I- sr.other Pee echibi- ti-.-n the Leibbridce Mar- blssicd visr.ins Cra2- brw n-. Brer.: Mor.Tie'.h Foorpd four for the Marlands while A i 1 s D Gepnens connected STAMPEDE WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT! P.M. ABDUtLAH THE BUTCHER vs G1NO CARUSO GLOVE MATCH: MARTEl vs KROFFAT 5 81g Bouti 52.50 52.00 Caslmian, Flett register hat tricks By IAN MacLAINE racadjan Frrss IVriier Cashr.-.ar.. maligned F.oston Briiin winger, and Bill Flft; New York K angers inflicted Buffalo's first home-ice setback of the season en Jan. 11. Elsewlnre Sunday. Montreal C .in adieus friccd V.b.nta nesota played to a 3-3 stale- mrite. The Islai-.dors fire at home to I'aluori'.ia "iVc.-day v.ith IX'troit the oppositlor. at .-tivlpllUl ..fid lAb ill Pnston psdiicd load to 5-0 in tho secor.d ixTiod on riiute to a 5-2 vjc-torv er California Go'dcn Sc.iU. wliosc rit-.-.rle growth cf hair p-ound the sols him apart the othor b-.r-liairs in tlie Na'.io-.'.-.l Ixiafrttc, performed a similar font, propelluiq the Kly- IT- into a lead after two gamp in (h'.-o v ..t.irtj, si Lome. York Mir.-wsi.M in l.'.o s ;o with .1 T--o Red Wires a; lictroit ,-ird P-lsck Hanks drubbed Pittsburgh Penguins f1- 3 to move five points ahead of Minnesoi.i Wast, now TO ri-NT.riNs Tlie doicrding Cup lo.-t IVir src- onrt straight pnme. 3-0. lo TitLs- i lnn-Ph i-.iaht while Montreal downed Philndi'lphi.i f.-.l, Toronlo Mapltf Loafs I os Arpelcs Kings 0-2. crigcil Vancouver On- -i s; itniis PI-.K-S .-1 York IVrm: liul 'f.ilo 4J ,rid t'lucnRo nnd Min- Bruin teniv, Iv.s c.-oajvil tlw per..ilty ixix to concentrate on oftcncc agr.iv.st California as coach Tom Johnson shook up his top lines after two dismal showing. Gai-.-o: Bailey, l-.is now centre t'rcd S'.anfiolil. drew nssisls on all three scores ns tire Bruins [ircd 2-1 shots al California ponltomler (.lilies Melodic. Fle'.t, Vi< lo- lit o-e of 1.1- K'M 1 Flyers' newly-appointed cap- tain. 1 Alter Rick Martin's 2Sih of the year made it 3-1 early in tl-.e third. Rick MacLeisli go! -'..iCiHi j ,or in ti'.o li1 inr.'-.r.cs n-ank Mahovhch broke a lie at Atl.int.i anil Jir.i pr.ve the a 3-1 load t-.i the second period that withstood a Idle rally by Ilk' Flanios. The first-year oxpansio-i ler.m. H scrurisi-ig tliirri in the Wi'.si. sliol.1;