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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIDGE HEKAID _ Wedneidoy, Jonuory 34, 1973------ Close checking oil Hu Tn.-ee rpe-rbers cf the Lefhbria'ge Pronghsrni iwcr-n Collsaiais bestetbail aciion c! U c? L. I ov-r Dean Fcris of the Universiry of swept frem tne H.skiss. Er-.- Dhc-c> sides ,.1.1) as he crabs a rebound Tuesday evening in Heads committee to do just that Minister to abolish Games TORONTO rcpi _ Donald Stir'iing. defeated in federal elections as bota a Cocseri-aQve and New Demo- cratic candidate arji a 3S66 bid to reaver o: Ottawa, now LS embarked on a campaign to abolish the 1S76 Summer at 'Montreal. Stirling heads up s com- rr.ittee cf the Toronto conj'er- er.ce oi tre United Church of Ccr.ada whose. Drinviry con- cs-m is to :bi frutn going ahead as planned. must sound a call to artr.5 for all Canadian anx- ious 'to stop the 1S76 n-pot't." the ml-feer said Tuesday. "A campaign is i being orcanked to answer call." Stirling, of the conference s cotnirJttee on church and ir.temaucnal fairs, heads an ar.ti-Olyrricic that ended srer. Arab siier- r-ilia.? killed 11 mem'-ers cf the Isrsei; team iart s-on-jner that invilud-es Dr. Rob- j ert Barer, minister pi Eslin- i ton United Church, and Paul Stcu. professor of Insti-jts k' rr.a'es ST'T1 to 51 hil- Buyrite Men's CALL ;eorl ovr ;or "V.e are sesdir? a petrlor. Montreal to 1 rated Churcn personnel f-om Ne-A-foundiand to Van- ;_ '-e bland." said ni-0 FINAL served as mmis-er of 'the No. 'l sr.jrfeT United Church Ln Ot- i- .te u-o-'d and Toronto's Leastde u j MARK ministers ard o'eaco- contentton .ha; 'roulo ALL i be separate frotn Car-sda by WORSTED Till be asked to cas- 1974 their parishioners for a ..j; e. 0. rr.assive o'es to the federal Reg., tall, short reg., to no: section col'-n lilB 50. Reg. 89.50 B950 99.50 76 Games, rot lend fed- suosidiiing a toreifn coun-eral tan monies to promotion try for iis 1S76 Olympics." oi the Olynpics." said the Stirling who described him- :o x 'and- motne-.t." ?jid t'-.e ?rou3 :ecec was called -the "'.Ve're to sjer.dir.a Stop iederai no.tey for the 1975 Forfrels, in Erit.-h kn.ts. polyesters. Reg. to the Oi-.TnDic.-. "Thev are ai-vav;'.-d sri: :'ir t.-.e and a o e .c VAN HEUSEN SPORT fly POSITIONS CANADA FOR AGGRESSIVE YOJNG PERSONS BASED ON AB'tlTT AND READINESS TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBI 'KY JACKETS i, M. L 36 to LOCAL POSITION IS AVAHAB E 2 59.50 2 r r a a 5 c H gT ichccl cr en', -3 C2---- O-ci--' n ALL WINTER JACKETS 2 to or phons: COMBINATIONS Machine weight, long legi. O FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED Short ikevev Siiei 33-47 318 5th ST. 327-8545 R. M. BOND, Manager EXTRA. NO REFUNDS, OR Locals renew title bid Pronghorns sweep games with visiting Huskies By LLOYD YAMAGISIU. Herald Sports Writer "United we stand, divided we fall." Basketball is definitely a team gams and the University o! I-ethbridge Pron'horns show- ed just important this fac- tor can be. The Pronghorns, led by Phil Toilestrup. put team unity be- fore anything else and defeat- ed the visiting University of Sas- katchewan Huskies of Saska- toon 81-68 before, a handful of spectators at the. U of L gymna- sium last night. The gave the Pronj- horns a two-game sweep over the Huskies and they now sport an S-! record in their Canada West Urjversity Men's Basket- ball League play. The University of Alberta C-o'.cen Bears s'.iil lead the con- ference vrith a record. hsi night's encounter. To1.- came up with a brilli- ant game, both offensively and Kis "lack of hustle noted in re- cent gtun-s vanished as be dem- on-strited his potential to be- come a surer-star at the colle- gir.'.e It woiild be safe enough to say ihst -o player in the con- ference has come up with a better individual performance than he did last night. During the course of the eve- nine, he hooped no less than 32 points, assisted on a peat number o; basket and tric'rted off "3 rebounds. ANOTHER STA.VDOtT Clark Sloan was asother srardout for th? pronghorns ss te cstre up with his second cudng. O.i ti-e clrer hsnd. the visit- Lig H'Jsk-es no oush-overs they tstCed :he Prongboms si! the way. Dean Firis paced the Hus- kies' attack with points, while Gere Pavelich chipped in n. Dous Forsyih hooped 11 and Tin Herbison added another 10. tnusercd up a ias- tastic TO cent shooting av- erage to: the Huskies who roan- a team average oi 41 per 1 r.tJ'e Toliesir-jp snished per cer.t of his shots, to help t.-D Prrr.jhonss' 45 per cent av- The rebo'oidL-.g department proved to make the big differ- enca a the ball game as the i nailed dom 47 loose balls, compared to the Hires' 31. Mear.v-iie. in Car.cca West Women's Basketball Lesr-e play, i--? U cf L Protig- horrs tested defeat !or the sec- o" straight drooping a 57-22 verdic-' to the U of S H'-Side-.ies. Heat.-sr Wit.-el carried the to their wia with s performance, white K2_-en Kusler aided Leona Voth topped the Prone- horns' scorers once again with 15 points while Fat Schandor eight. The Prorctorcs. who will see action again on the a-eekecd, trt-iled 2.5-li a: the half. This weekend the Pronghorns will the University of Bri-ish Columbia ThuDcefbirds ar.d Thunderertes game gets under way at p.m. and the men's will follow at both Friday and Satur- day ai the U of L gymnasium. HOOP SHOTS Tollestrup came out of his little slump ?jid became the Pronghorns' leader once again It's i amazing to see how good be i really is when he puts out more I than 100 per cent effort Sloan is becoming more con- fident in himself and is playing closer to his capabilities HUSKIES Team unity IS back for the prorghsrns Ea.ind, Saldry Pronghorns and hopefully is i here to stay I'm still won- J. Toiai' n. derine v.'hy the Huskies' coach Haan Js.-otx. Tnyrar i, sits eaele-eye Paul Jacoby on Vw "S5I1; the bench he's better than most of the players he was. us- HUSKIETTES s; PHONSHORHS n i ing Tuesday nlgbi Lecoa Huskiencs witiet is, oeroe i, Voch seems on her way to Hi- 'DCj o'uk-'V'stwgin" other conference scoruig title In her last two games she has netted 33 points. S.'R. KV-.'er. Tcrsl S7. Fronghorns Orr Vcfn Is, SchBn. dcr s, C-idak j. 3, Hcv.r. Total n. What will Cooke do now since Foreman is King? NEW YORK (CP) It took new heavyweight champion George Foreman a little more than four minutes to tall the long-stalled plans of California millionaire Jack Kent Cooke to promote the richest boxing match in history. For almost two years, the smart-money boys stalled over signing up a second Joe Fra- lier-Muhammad All title match. a natural that could have grossed to 570 minion. But Foreman knocked out Frazier in tv.'o rounds Monday night in Kingston. Jamaica. Todsy, Ali's no longer inter- ested in Frarier. saying: "He's second-hand.'1 Frailer not only lost his title but also a chance to earn a? much as 5.3 million in a return match uith HP and Ai; each earned about mil'ion in March. 1S71. when Fraiier r.cppcd Alt in the rcund. Foreman Fays '11 rest a while until ''the bread runs out" thinking about another fight. Meanwhiie. Ali continues to fight ard next meets Joe Eucner of Britain In Las Vegas. Nev.. on Feb. H Ali can barnstorm around the wc-ld. and make good noney. but Foreman is still not the .-Mi is. But the publicity a heavy champion can change that for Foreman in the next res- r- so. COOKE THE I 05EH Cn.3Ve is left with a piece of paper giving him the rights lo ret'Lini Frazier-Ali fight. Before Forernan ende-1 it all. Cooke was retorted vi'h'rg to let the -nstrh'leave C-'ifjrma to meet objections of the Fra- zier cam-i. A prominent site mentioned -he AstrodpTie in Houston, and June a possible date. Ali's hackers were abott going a'ong vriLh the Japanese- Canadian bouspiel Fleisclihaue hot for Local 740 fired Li '.'.e and Local '4 til .in 5-1 victor, over r.o Correctional I.istii-te in Jlcn's Broom- earje action Sundav. V.'o'.fe replied for the lasers a third period marker. had The biggest bonspie! o! its ind in the is the only sy to describe the 1973 Japan- women's ese-Canscian Provincial Bor- spiel which get? vay FridaT at fi'-e o'c'ork at the Lcthbridge C'i-Ur.s Club. l A total of M rinks. 44 men anri 16 svL'i taie part ir the three-day Three riris are from Yan- ccLver in the ir-er.'s ar.d one eals rink, a men's iotirsonte from Moose Jsw ard a women's rink from Peac? er ioir. 'A-itb other quar- ter from various parts of nonh- ar.d are in events up for rrahs. The oldening draw is as follows: J t.m. A- C-s-a J. j- v'-k he bar.sed n noals to lend V.'eiterlich o nn win over Sunburst To- Bercsiak pumped in 2 the while a goals r.v Roc-cr Kr.m- Fiorino Rovers a vi'n: J '.xln ovur Hor.ria. ._ TflV-i kT B.m. .5 s) niarxcr ir. a losine c.itte. L'i CTly Boilers and Soulhcrn l'.'a'i'' B. _ to a !-l lie after e.-iods of play. ".'i.'y r.recs iaired for the SivmnMt re- M for Southern Siens. sr 3 Houston site, and hoping noth- ing go wrong in Jamaica. But Frazier went as Foreman bombed him to the canvas sis times Joe wasn't smoking, and after he hjt the canvas the third time. trainer. Anselo Dun- dee, moa.ted: "I told you so. there goes J15 million down the drain." Frazier earned Ebout SS50.00C and Foreman S375.000 for four minutes 35 seconds of work, v.ith 1'ttle likelihood of a return match in the near future. biz." svrites Diet Young of the New York Daily "You're only as good as your last fight." An All-Foreman match would be a natural, says Young, but Foreman DO part of AlJ right now. A'd Ali says lie's going pretty good without Georgt. but II Foreman reeds a real good payday to look him up. ELRICM TIRE SPORT SCORES JUVIOI 'HOCKEY SCORES W I T F A ;T Pass I? c tv Lrs :i i j; r: i ww-w 6 iS C HI 155 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE East D'.tilon W L T F A Plj "x t i" 6J L' If llf ii? i; f ii Lr-c 3.-; Cr-jjf Division 4 K ;i I 'I-1 i '.5'wi l THE LEADERS MJ'T1 C- A Ii li U I _- >-e, H JI ti l V.rcie JBw 3 "CRLD W L T A PH. IT i 1-4 r Aii-siar Cami Jt -3 1 SOUTHWEST CONFEREKCE 13 '5T W L F A Fir. "j ,x i t TK sa WESTERN CANiDa V t 1 lif W L T f_ A 4 J jf i-t -SM 2-' i 7 :..x x tf Wwlfrn W L F A Ptr. j f 5 I.M '.r. :i 7 W 3 'r-