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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Meet Saskatchewan again tonight Pronghorns win, look sharp on way By LLOYD YAMAG1SI1I Herald Sporls Wriier "The only way to go is The University of Lethbridge Fronghorr-s must have pulled up their socks and decided to get douTi to business they defeated the University of Sas- katchewan Huskies of Saskatoon C6-60 Ln Canada ffes; Univer- sity Men's Bcskeiba'J League action Monday night. Saturday night. the Prong- horns came up uith a disap- pointing performance and fell lo the league-leading University of Albena Golden Bears 73-60. Things were a lirtie different las; right. when before a sparse crowd, the Pronshorns com- pletely changed their attitude toward the game. Tre lack 01 drive and husile in Saturday's curing was no longer apparent and team unity and spirit v.-as back. of big chaage? was made by coach Gary Bowie vhose game plan wss a sur- prise to the few onlookers, as iveU as to the Huskies. "We used a surprise game plan by starting players who Saskatchewan wasn't expect- ing." commented Eovde "I last had no buf to juecle the lire-un in order lo ge; kids spire." he said. "Bu; this clever.: of Eurpiii; is gone now arid they'll be tough to beat Tuesday be added. In Bowie's game plan, he simply divided his. players into unics. Dan Court. Oars Sloan. Phil ToUes'.rup. Max Zaugg and Roger BaMry formed unit one while Court. Sloan. Doug Kempt, Larry Baker and Peter Hague formed unit two. Unit one orraed the game ard proved Bowie's strat- egy was a success. Eight nir.uies ir.to the open- ing half. The Pronghorns rack- ed up a lead ar.d hung on to carry a c-irafonsbie 3fr26 nnrcin in'.o the serond half. 'Thir.ss go; a liuie in Ire ha-i ir.Dugh. as the got wis? to the Prong- 1-orns' aM within four poims of their hosts around the mark. From there on. it was a bat- tle of the fittest ES the two cl'jbs eschanscd baskets to the e--.rl. SLOAN. COURT HOT Clark Sloan and Dan Court deserve special for their omstandirg performance las: nigh'.. Sioar.. who up with his best ga.T.e i.i his three-year his- tory the is. was The b'g factor in the Prong- horns' criv-L-.c force. lie IS to ".esd scorers ir. the b'j; he set up key pisys. so: nice "picks" and forced the Huskies ir.to a EL-rr.'oer of turnovers. Court, who should make a spo: on the Conference ihis ci.-iie up 14 tv-iis Ivsids bei-s the main bailhiidler. Phil v.'ho man- ace-d to 1C1 rr.inutes or so ir. try ai'.c-r an added Pv- T.O-'-.S rs ivi Rort- TVi] d-y To--- H.TV '.i t? vv and 'IK ther o: c-oin. v, '-.o seem o pleased oificia- :rc. '.vero -evi nv Thompson v'.-.'o fviv- r: tv uiiile fv'-ir.'s ;v r-.'.'eragc Mt- cd :he rro-r'-orr-s' shooting av- erage to 4: per The rroitciiorrs edged the on the board as trey picked up o: the 65 re 'rounds. Miv.rwhile of I --r.aged to with the V o: S Htis- :..i- but p.ur :ho soc- kiettes with 16 points while Dot Osiertag scored 12 and Barb.1 Eerge 11. Voth came up with a i sterling individual outing, uct- ting 20 points in a losing while Sharon Giduk chipped in with 10. All four clubs will see action! again tonight mth the gals hit- i ling the floor at p m. and! the men at at the U of L HOOP SHOTS Sloan and Court were the stars of the game Tollestrup, who gave a 50 per cent effort on the weekend, was 120 per cent until he was forced to the sidelines Baldry is a plea- sant surprise for the Pronghorns Jaeoby of the Huski.es has a unique way of shooting, but seems to bit the basket consis- tently he's a mighty fine basketball player in my books. Qowling Qanter CAPRI BOWL, there was no doubt as to who deserved the honors as the men's bowler-of- the-week. .Fred Thomson the man of the hour with a brilliant effort in the Bankers League, and an effort thai ivas all (he more remarkable when you consider it was the first time he had bowled in two years, .he reeled off a 920 triple on the strength of 335, 248 and 337 and to say it was something special is a king-sized understatement. The women's is one of the top young bowlers in the city. 15-year-old Nadine Kov- acs. She's clicked for several fine performances iltis season and while sparing in Green's Shoes she hit for a solid 806 triple with games of 299. 247 and 260. One new league high was set during the week as Shirley Alexander posted a 335 in CPR and the oddity of the week belongs to Dorothy An- derson who spared another lieadpin. Plenty of playoff competition coming up The Canadian Closed singles rolloff gets under way Sunday morning at nine o'clock, .this event is open only to men with an average of 2CO or lower and women ]90 and lower, .the lop two men ajid top two women "ill compete in the south rone final in Cal- gary witli the winners there moving on to Winnipeg with the Western Canada team to compete in the western final. Also Sunday at 1 p.m. the high school championships stan to determine the city singles winners and the team to compete in the Al- berta final. .A reminder that the Thomas Adams competition entry deadline is this Friday with com- petition starting Feb. 4. In men's league Tollin with 338, Jack Smeed 341. Ben Pavan 310 and a 781 triple by Tino luvale paced Knights of Columbus while the big guns in Gordie's were Baden Pilling 346. Bernie Bailey with a rousing 371 and 828, Bill Koskoski 322. Kenry Bechthold 336 and 822. George Smerek 333. Eric Lyon 310 and the new city singles king Randy Wol- stoncroft with an 818 triple. .Stars in Green's were Cec Beaudry 339 and 818. Randy Wolstoncroft 312 and 809, Be'rt Mezei 355 and 8S5. Jack Smeed 334 and 780. Bill Koskoski 326 and 844. Frank Tuttle 331 and 813 and Earl Armour a 770 triple. .Fred Thom- son's great effort and a 772 by Dennis Hanzel high- lighted Lethbridge Bank? while Mike Tobo's 292 and 777 paced JCCA" .Tom Fleming's 296 v. as high in Civil Service with Young Adults led by Bill Todd with 318 and 751 and Ken Kuaz 300 and 774. In women's league play, Edith Voth with 292, Phyl Harrison 733 and Lorraine Persley 741 led Hign's while Bernice Pavan's 290 and 'a 298 ny Mary Wishnevski led Knights of Columbus. Judy Horlacher with 301 and a 752 triple by Joyce Seier- scn stole the show in Wilson's Junior Shop with city singles queen Jeanciie Smeed pacins Speedys with 291 and 765. .In .Marttnizing the pace-setter? were Grace Van Dyk 300. Doreen Wilson r.26 and Rickey deGroot with a 736. .In Green's Chenx" Obermeyer hit for 325 and 753. Gladys Armour 312. Eleanor Dorigatti a big 350 and 777 and Nadine Kovacs with her 299 and SOii Maxine Richards" 296 was the week's best in Eagles. Dor- othy Olshaskis 323 in NuMode Homes. Jen Hegi's 741 in Sundquist Construction. Nancy Kaiakamis and Dot Mnashiro's 294 in JCCA. .lean Pass- ey's 301 and 750 and Dorothy Anderson's 297 and 76S in Pouj's. Pocza's 308 and 760 in AGT. Edith Vo'.h's 321 and 801 ir. Civil Shiriev Alexander's 325 in CPU and D.irier.o Terry's 73'J tnpie in Young Adults. _____Tueldoy, January 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 No surprise, Spitz named I need some help Ccrk Siocn (2-'! DT ihe University cf Lsthbricge Pronghcr; rncte to give him o hcnd A'.cndcy cs he is bodied up by n cf Saskatchewan Huskiss. Prcnchorns shopped ihs h'-jskies 66 is is looking for o Jeom- cf Ihe University 60. iRick E-vin photo) plied for Cne College. .NEW YOJlff (API Mark j Spitz buried his image as an Olympic choker under a wave of gold medals at tie Munich Games 2nd today was a land- slide winner as 1972 Associated I Press Male Athlete of tie Year. The raustached 22-year-old polled 405 votes Irom a c'ticraal panel o' saorrs writers. Golfer Jack Nicklatis was runner-up with 62 and base- I ball pitcher Steve Carllon re- j ceived 61. Jorony airi Dick AJlen, baseball Elugaers from CincLn- Dati Reds and Chicago White Sox, respectively, tied for i fourth with 20 votes. i Spitz, flop at the 1968 pics in Mexico City, churned to an unprecedented seven golds He established a world record I on even' journey to Ihe win- ner's platform Spitz' final came eight hours before tragedy struck on t'n'-. K-Bmyj- dbrk Tuesday of murder and terror. Spitz, a Jew. left in secrecy after Arab gunmen mBde a in.rusIc'L ihe resi- dence of Israel's Olympic team. Xicklaus. who turned 32 last week, had the greatest year of Gose games order of dav Only seven goals were scor- ed in two City RecrearioTj Hock- ey Lesg-Js games played Mon- riv evsnins a: Hendersou Ice Centre In firs: pme Bot- tling scored late in ihe sec- ond period and at the id-second of the third to ease the Labor Club Athletics Grant Dundass scored for the Bottlers. Jack Taylor bad given the Ath- letics a 1-0 lead in the second period. BCD Reid's goal ai of the final stanza earned the Miners' a 2-2 tie with the Com- munity College in the second game. Tes Weibe scored the first Library goal. Jerry Prosk- urnsk and Blake Cameron re- an incrc-djble career major victories in the Masters and United States Open. He crushed a'l records for gsl; v.lih m official cash Carlton was the winner of the Cy Young Award as the Na- tional League's top pitcher. He won an incredible 27 games far I h e dred-end Philadelphia Phillies and WEE recently re- warded with a 000 contract. It was iif.inz that Bench asd Allen should tie since the run- producing were runaway picks as most valuable players in their leagues. Cec Beaudry Avas fourth in In Monday's city five pin bowling championship story ii WES erroneously rc-porird that Franci? Iliga had finish- ed in fourth place the men. Cec Beaudry. a veteran trundler, nss Ibe [ourth place finisher wilh a 4.09S toial pin- fall for ihe 16 sanies. PDga bad ended the com- petition 4.dl3. The oew rpMills leave? Hi2a in fiflh v.iih fourth. Hn hi- m hi> founh finish Beautlry had chalked up a 2.017 total afltr tight games hut Sunday came on EiameE of T4S. 1ST. 272. .InP. 33S. 216 and 173. Had ii not been for final earn? Bpaudry. may have finJshed even higher than fourth. The Herald apolodzos for any inconvenience Monday's story may have caused Beau- dry. There no intent to slicht au o'JiEisnding per- formance- eird marker was the winner I By THE CANADIAN PRESS Billy Klatt was located behind ihe net and absolutely .sure he had po chance of scoring. At least that is whet he thought. j Bf.t a funny bounce gave Klatt a goal end the goal gave Minnesota Figh'.ir.g Ef.mts a 3-: win over New York Raiders in a World Hockey Association game Monday night. The win. before 8.397 fans. the Fighting second place in the Di- vision cf WHA. seven points behind Wmnipeg Jots and or.e Ehecd of third-place Houston Aeros. j In the only other sarae Mor.- day night. Albena Oilers, figh'.- ing for a ulayoff berth, downed Chicago Cougars 6-1 in Ednion- Tn? for the Oilers, in fifth place in t behind fourth-piscc Lrs T-'rioc "ea'i the Kaid- crf. suiii he expect to and climbed rignt up my arm snd ir.to the net." New York coach Camile Henry wouldn't blame Kurt for the winning goal "It look a couple of freai Henry. "It was just one of those Earlier, the Fighting Saints hid taken the lead on first pe- riod goals by Tern' Rysri and Fred Speck. New York rallied to tie the score in the second period when Mike Lajchton and scored. Then goal at 50 seconds of the firs! period decided the game. ir. Edmonton. Alberta got goals from six different players to defeat the Cougars. Ya! Fonteyr.e and Jim Harri- son go; the Oilers siiried with a psir of first-period goal? even though C'riPEgo oatsho: Albena 14-5 in that period. Canls'lou keeps ing streak v. r.ippe.i F-iinie'iri Appiianccs v right. Prorchrrr-.i _ C.-. .-r. V Bakfr HUSKIETTES 70 PRONGHORNS Hnkitmi Esposito's lead dwindles Lemaire, Redmond lead scorers MONTREAL Cn Only Redmoi in the scorinc. .Jacques rC'th po.-.: mrare of Montreal Oanadien? r.-H ripiii winder Mickey Red- lietroit's last IE niond of IVt.-o'.t Kcviimwd !-..is a have scored more than '-'9 goals so iar Ihis season. Kiphicon .coals. .i.-s-.s: Lomairo. who leads today points: n: least one point in on'.y ono in six .1 with is third in the Individ- each of his last 11 day they are poir.ts bohir.i lial scorinc race with H points .coals, seven at lens; the Sabres ar.-i !-o'd ov.e I.em.iire has W Mints, three ann has near the iop one .to.il al! but liis Die have PoWy ei season He has also led last eiphl panics. 11. three and l.v, only ieur oi rhil.idclphis 1'lyers. the poal scorers since early No Redmond, who scored -i: o: their bst 13 pames. pi.'.yer who has sto.idily moved vomlicr. goals last se.ison. now N' Redniov.d .ind the ir.i Ihe list. ricdinoiitl now has si pixils. points on (ho slrenijth of hi< :tl I! t'lit Re.ie of but unlike l.omaire, he has not eo.ils snd sssisls, is (cuer nd. i- (r.h iM roii is. heen liie seoi'ini: leader Phil 1 r: t t- cc ,.n lor more Ilian Hill n .-llo of Urilins vhiiv-e M1 !v.i scoring performance has piipis include ?3 llniirs air i.-.-t FINAL 4 DAYS English Scotch Woollen Co. 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