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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta M, 1t74 THI UTHMMMI HMAID It Swimmers leading way Canadians stay hot That was quite an achievement Mike Burton, former Olympic gold medal winner for the U.S., congratulates three young local swimmers on their recent gold- medal winning efforts in provincial competition. From the Leth- bridge Swim Club are, left to right, Robbie Teitz and Marilyn Van Dyck. At right is Gary Rowntree of the YMCA Stringrays. Burton is in Lethbridge for tonight's LDS Father and Son Awards Banquet. Vpend Victoria with late surge Pronghorns finish in a hurry By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "Better late than never." The words of this saying rang true Friday night as the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns rallied with less than four minutes remaining tOitipend the University of Vic- toria Vikings 74-67 in a Canada West University Men's "Basketball League encounter staged at the local gym. The hard-fought victory was the. Pronghorns' fourth in 11 starts and leaves them still holding the fifth place spot in the six-team conference. On the other hand, the loss lessened the Vikings' chances of catching the league-leading University of Alberta Golden Bears who scored a slim 56-55 decision over the University of Calgary Dinosaurs last night in the capital city. Vikings sport a 7-4 while the Skate Exchange Sharpened Shined New Laces Sanitized C.C.M. SKATE SALE MUSTANG SKATES Leather Sole Nylon Sides C C.M Senior Blades Reg. 41.40 M75 Special Purchase C.C.M. SKATES Men's Sizes 6-12 Top Quality Leather Boot Leather Lined 23 95 BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. Phone 327-3231 CLOSED MONDAY 'Serving South Alberta for over 30 years' Bears are now holding 10 wins and a loss The Bears' only setback was against the Vikings Third place is held by the University of British Colum- bia Thunderbirds who scored an 82-70 victory over the University of Saskatchewaa Huskies last night while U of C follows in fourth and the Huskies in sixth. UBC is 6-5, U of C 5-6 and U of S 1-10. Meanwhile in last night's encounter, the Pronghorns just wouldn't quit and it paid off in the form of a brillant comeback victory. In the first 20 minutes of ac- tion, the Pronghorns started out with their effective defen- sive press which had the Vikings in a frenzy The locals carried the play in the opening minutes, but were unable to find the hoop, missing on five straight shots before finding the range. Where the score could have read 10-0, the Scoreboard only read 2-0 The Pronghorns' potentially dangerous surge didn't last for long though as the Vikings quickly adapted to the local's press and took command of the play for the remaining part of the first half. The smooth-flowing Vikings, who could only muster up a 37-32 lead by half- time, started out fast in the final 20 minutes of play and pulled ahead to a 12-point lead before the locals could re- group It looked as though the Vikings were well on their way to their eighth win of the season, but the west coast club stopped hustling, which proved to be their downfall By the four-minute mark, the locals decreased their 12- pomt deficit to only five and than rallied to take a 66-65 margin with 2 43 left in the contest The Pronghorns continued to press the Vikings and it was well worth it as they forced two turnovers which were converted into field goals by Phil Letham. With only 35 seconds remaining, Peter Sikora hooped a key basket and was followed by Max Zaugg's two successful free throws which slated away the win for the locals. Letham led the Pronghorns with a 20-point evening while Sikora and Larry Baker chipped in with 11 and 10 points apiece. Jim Hunter was a standout for the Vikings with a solid 21- point outing while Lee Ed- mundson added nine. Meanwhile the U of L Pronghorns women's varsity basketball squad had a rougher time as they suffered a 51-25 thrashing by the hands of the U of V Vikettes. Lorna McHattie notched 15 points for the visitors while Sandra Knight managed eight points for the Pronghorns. who trailed 25-12 at the half. In Edmonton Mike Frisby's foul shot with six seconds remaining gave the Bears a 56-55 victory over Calgary Dinosaurs. Alberta led 36-35 at the half. Frisby was the leading scorer with 14 while Steve Panteluk added 13 and Bill Hamilton 10 for the Bears. Mini-Games planned, dry run a good idea PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Southern Alberta Recreation Council, organizers for the Southern Alberta Summer Games, will be conducting a "mini games" in conjunction with the Lethbridge Southern Alberta Canada Winter Games Society. These 1974 Southern Alberta Winter Games are intended to serve as a dry run for the 1975 Canada Winter Games. It is hoped that these trial runs will assist in training officials, uncover areas of concern, allow testing of facilities and equipment, and will allow committees to test their ability to conduct the sport. In addition the 1974 Alberta Winter Games are intended to assist Southern Albertans in development of their sports programs. Information will be made available to the Pincher Creek Parks and Recreation Department in the near future defining events, times, places, etc. It appears that Pincher Creek will be able to enter competitors in the following sports: boxing, gymnastics, curling, hockey, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, figure skating and skiing. Pincher Creek has a limited ability to provide competitors in synchronized swimming, speed skating, fencing, judo and wrestling. The Pincher Creek Parks and Recreation Department would like to obtain a volunteer person to serve as Regional Director for the 1974 Southern Alberta Winter Games. The sporting interest areas will be contacted to provide a member on the Pincher Creek Region organizing committee. Contact Mr. Hugh Waddle at 627-3437 (home) or 627-4322 (office) for further information Don Lamont had 11 and Bill Lathrop 10 for Calgary. Lamont, leading scorer in the league, missed almost the entire second half after taking an elbow in the kidney. He was taken to hospital for ex- UBC Thunderbirds defeated the U of S Huskies 82-70. At the half, UBC led 42-32. UBC maintained a 10-point lead throughout most of the game. UBC top scorer Mike McKay had 26 points followed by Blake Iverson with 20 and Ralph Turner with 14. For Saskatchewan the top scorer was Dean Fans with 34 points followed by Bob Thompson with 20. The U of A Pandas defeated U of C Dinnies 64-32 after leading 20-9 at the half. Wendy Martin led the Pan- das with 24 points while Pat Walker was the leading Calgary scorer with 11. HOOP SHOTS Pronghorns shot 33 per cent from the field compared to the Vikings' 44 per cent Vikings committed 37 tur- novers while the Pronghorns gave up the ball 20 occasions Vikings' coach Gary Taylor admitted that the Pronghorns out-hustled his club in the later stages of the game and committed too many errors All Pronghorns' coach Robin Fry could say was that it was a team effort all the way. PRONGHORNS 74 VIKINGS 67 Baker 10, Baldry 8, Chymboryk, Court 6, Edlund 8 Letham 20, Raffemer 2 Sikora 11, Zaugg 9 TpUl 74. Duddndge 8 Ed- mundson 9, Hogwiede 8, Holmes 7 Hoshal 8 H Hunter 4 J Hunter 21, Sawyer 2 Wright Zethof Total By GORDON GRANT Geaeral Sports Editor CHRISTCHURCH. N.Z. (CP) The medal-hungry Canadian team continued to erode traditional Australian supremacy in the Com- monwealth Games pool and established a beachhead in women's track and field today. Canadians won five of the 18 events decided on the second day of competition after pick- ing up two Friday Today's winners in the pool were Leslie Cliff of Vancouver in the women's 200-metre indi- vidual medley and the team of Gail Amundrud of Ottawa, Becky Smith of Edmonton. Anne Jardin of Pointe Claire, Que., and Judy Wright of Van- couver in the 400-metre freestyle relay. It was the second medal of the night for Becky, who pick- ed up a second-place silver in the individual medley. Yvonne Saunders of Guelph, Ont. won the 400 metres and Canada at Games Track FMd Women s discus Jane Haist. Thornhill, Ont, won gold medal, Carol Martin, Thornhill, won bronze Women s 100 metres Marhone Bailey Vancouver, sixth in final Women s 400 metres Yvonne Saunders Guelph, Ont, won gold medal Men s 100 metres Robert Morris, Pans, Ont, last m semi-final heat, eliminated Swimming Women's 200-metre Individual medley Leslie Cliff. Vancouver, won gold medal Becky Smith, Edmonton won silver Wendy Cook. Vancouver, fourth Women's 200-metre breaststroke Marian Stuart. Dorval, Que sixth in final Men s 100 metre freestyle Bruce Robertson, Vancouver, won heat, qual- ified for final, Brian Phillips, Win- nipeg fourth m heat, qualified. Steve Pickell. Vancouver third in heat, eliminated Men s 400 metre individual medley Jim Fowhe, Prince George, BC fourth in final. Paul Hughes, Van couver. sixth, and Gary MacDonald, Mission. B C seventh Jane Haist of Thornhill. Ont.. captured the women's discus. Harry Willsie of Montreal, captain of the Canadian shoot- ing team, accounted for the other goal medal in the skeet competition Don Quarrie of Jamaica and Raelene Boyle of Australia maintained the status quo by recapturing the sprint titles they won at the 1970 Games at Edinburgh. But the big news in men's track was the Kenyan team which took three gold medals Ben Jipcho, the favorite, scored in the 3.000-metre steeplechase, Charles Asati defended his title in the 400 metres and Fatwell Kimaiyo took the 110-metre hurdles Bulldogs, Lakers score victories Hamburger king feels Padre sale under wraps SAN DIEGO (AP) Chicago hamburger king Ray A. Kroc, agreeing to buy the San Diego Padre? baseball team for a reported million, said Friday he con- siders National League approval assured. After being congratulated by the National League's president by telephone, Kroc said he asked Charles (Chub) Feeney if the call was premature, but "he said, 'No, I don't think so.'" "So I would assume he has covered it with the National League said the 71- year-old multimillionaire chairman of the board of McDonald's chain of ham- burger drive-ins. The approval of San Diego officials was obvious. Mayor Pete Wilson said Kroc had promised in an oral, handshake agreement to keep the baseball team in San Diego at least until 1980. Kroc told their joint news con- ference that he personally would pay any indemnity if the Padres should move. Commented Kroc, whose worth is estimated at mil- lion: "If I'm president of a corporation and sign as presi- dent and haven't got the guts to involve my personal net worth, I'm not much of a man A meeting of the league's owners was believed, being ar- ranged for Wednesday in San Francisco. Wilson said the city will dis- miss its million in lawsuits against the National League and a Washington, D.C., busi- nessman, Joseph Danzansky, as soon as approval is given. THE CANADIAN SKI PATROL SYSTEM South Alberta Zom Thanks everyone who supported our raffle. Tlw winners were: MARILYNNE SAUNDERS CHARLES STOTZ SANDY ARMSTRONG E.B. CUNNINGHAM LathbrMg. NYHOF THE LETHBRIDGE BADMINTON CLUB is looking for MORE MEMBERS, PLAYMtUMIS, SUNOAYS2-5p.nl. IN Thirsty, ivttnifs ti 10 p.m. MWIMMMI0MM BMFBMS at afltr p.m. Shoottno Skeet Harry Willsie, Montreal, won gold medal Small bore rifle Robert Cheyne, Vancouver, 14th in final, Edson Warner Lennoxville, Que 18th BKhnfnton Men's singles Jamie Paulson, Toronto, won third-round match Women's singles Jane Youngberg, Surrey, B C won second round match, Nancy McKmley, Toronto, lost second-round match, eliminated Middleweight Tim Taylor, Sarnia, Ont lost first match on points, eliminated Uwn Bowling Singles Neil Selkeld, Caledonia, Ont, won third game of round robin competition lost fourth match Pairs James MacAulay. Lachlne, Que and Edward Franklin, Chateaugay, Que lost third game of round-robin competition Fours Qeorge Bobbins and Ronald Jones, London, Ont and Graham Jarvis, Vancouver, and John Miller. Belleville. Ont. lost m third round The Winston Churchill Bulldogs scored a 55-45 vic- tory over the'Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels in a Southwest Conference Boys' Basketball League game Friday night. Barry Schmidt led the Bulldogs to their seventh win of the season with a 20-point performance while teammate Perry Mirkovich added another 16 Lenard Boras hooped 12 points and Walt Zielinski 10 for the Gaels who led 18-15 at the half. The league-leading Stirling Lakers extended their un- defeated streak to eight games as they edged Milk River Comets 55-54 Marty Hirsche, who led the Lakers with 30 big points, scored the winning basket with five seconds left in the game. Dick Penguilly chipped in with 12 points while Anthony Miller swished 22 in a losing cause John Dykslag also notched 14 points for the Comets. A 20-point outing by Ron Gunderson carried the Fort Macleod Flyers to a slim 27-23 decision over the Vauxhall Vikings. Allan Fnesen hooped eight points for the losers Three players tallied in the double figures to lead the Pic- ture Butte Sugar Kings to an easy 58-32 win over Taber Trotters. Leonard Nieboer hooped 22 points to lead the way while Murray Hughes and Brian Heninger added 14 and 12 points respectively. Meanwhile in Southwest Conference Girls' Basketball League play, the Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks suffered the first loss of the season as they dropped a narrow 37-30 verdict to the Winston Churchill Griffins. Diane Turner led the Grif- fins' assault with 12 points followed by teammate Gail Blanchard with 11. Bonny Stanko whipped in 11 in a losing cause The Vauxhall Vi-Queens chalked up a 48-24 win over the Fort Macleod Meteors in another gal's match. Pat Skidmore netted 16 points for the Vi-Queens while Ginny Lee managed 10 in a losing effort. In the final girls' game, the Picture Butte Sugar Queens knocked off the Taber Dawns 26-18. No player hit in the double figures. In junior boys' varsity ac- tion, Winston Churchill defeated Coaldale 50-29, Stirl- ing whipped Milk River 51-37. Fort Macleod dumped Vaux- hall 28-14 and Picture Butte defeated Taber 37-28. Meanwhile in exhibition play tonight, the Winston Churchill Bulldogs visit the Lethbridge Collegiate Rams and the Coaldale Gaels host Catholic Central Cougars. The junior varsity boys' games go at seven o'clock while the senior teams see ac- tion at 8-30 Rams earn fifth win The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams scored an im- pressive 60-41 victory over the Magrath Zeniths in a Southern Alberta High School "A" Boys' Basketball League game Friday night. The easy win was the Rams' fifth in six starts and left them holding a share of top spot along with the idle Cardston Cougars. Randy Stevens led the host Rams' assault with a 16-point performance while Ron Shemanchuk chipped in with nine. Ed Davies also aided in the win with eight points while teammate Mark Baldry. hooped seven. Tim Rollingson paced the Zeniths with 13 points while Melvin Wong and Jim Holiday notched 10 and nine points respectively The Rams were never head- ed in the 32-minute contest as they held quarter leads of 9-4, 28-22 and 39-29. They also out- rebounded the Zeniths 59-34 and committed 21 turnovers. Foreman bout set NEW YORK (AP) George Foreman will defend the world heavyweight boxing championship against Ken Norton Tuesday, March 26, at Caracas, Venezuela, Video Techniques announced Friday A spokesman for Video Techniques, agent for the promoter, Telemedia de Panama, said the fight will be held in a indoor stadium THE LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB will be open during the winter months Sundays 1 p.m. Weather permitting Call 327-9058 ORB KARATE KUNG FO ORR KARATE KUNG FU ORR KARATE KUNG FU ORR KARATE KUNG Introductory Courses CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH PROTECTION! DON'T BE DEFENSELESS! (0 TO 18 YEARS) REG. 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