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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jor.uory 57, TH( ItTHBUDOt HERALD Tollestrup brilliant as Pronghorns chalk up big ivin Locals grab share of top rung with Bears Dance of joy Sie'-s Srrit'n Long Beach S'cle bouncs a round Mcciscn 5qLrc--5 Garden Fricny night in a dance cf jcy after hi? own mark in the pels vauh. Smith clEzred IS Fria'cy to his own of 17'' i i" set jw'sJ- lest Sclurc'cy fn a meet in Los Angeles. 1 1972 NORDIC 440 Stive NOW 1 ONLY 1972 TNT 775 Save 5450 Now 1 ONLY 1972 OLYMPIC Save NOW O 1 ONLY 1973 OLYMPIC 400 Save S150 1 ONLY 1973 TNT SLIDER 340 Save NOW 2 ONLY 1973 ELANS Save 1 ONLY 1973 ELAN TWIN CYLINDER Save SI00 NOW 2 ONLY 1973 340 FREE AIRS Save S2CO NOW BERT S MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN THURS. AND FRI. Till 9 P.M. "Serving 1h0 South for over 30 Yra J By LLOYD VAMAGISHI Herald Sports "Tollestrup taJtes his A hrilliant performance by PM1 Tollesrrup propeiled the University of Lethbridge Prcnghoms to a 73-F2 victory over the visiimg University of Victoria Vikings i-1 Csnida West University Men's Bas- ketball League action Friday The hard fo'Jgitt decision Kodiaks triumph easily GRANDE PR-'JRIE ciali Lethbricre Col'.ege Kodisks to roll merrily along Ln ta College Athletic Kndiaks chalked up their fourth straight v.-> i College 1P9-JJ Meanwhile, the pu: j en their biggest i of the year by the I Grar.de Prairie Cubs S4--7. Jan Pstoi j Curt Wolsey the Ho I dia'ks ufi points >vhi'e i Wiliinms chipped in 21. Bruce MilUs rr.ar.aged 1 17 for the winner? as pick- ed up 40 points on turnovers by their cppor.er.ts. i Grande Prairie, while equal I in height to the Kodiakf. were I a much Jess e-Tperifnced inut. Bob .Montsion o: the Kodisks suffered an ur.detenr.ir.ed injurj" when he smashed his hec-d against the v. under the baske'.. H? tii.en to hospital and held His condition, according to team officials this r.'.- lowpd him out o: the to make the trip home. It is r.ot however. he get back into iho hhe-up. Kiug allowed to testifv NEW YORK World'? tennis player. Biil'c u-oc the ri.Eht ;o :cs'. in a lecera: suit I pociation threaTened u bar h oihi'js of the ufnc "'vomen p'aye" iroir. in major ir.ierrionr1" Dui-ing the firs: hearing in Cciin. Mrs. Kinc v the rijhi to ;ske plaintn'i in suit. ihe t'SLTA Mrs. Kir.-. but ret she is ;o stand Kirz. I pushed the Pronghoms Into a Lie with the idle TJni- I varsity of Alberia Golden The Bears sport a 9-3 rec- ord v.hiie the Pronghorns reg- niored their ninth vrin in 13 1 starLs by downing tie ViMngs. In last night's encounter, Tol- pui on a one-man show in delighr a large crowd on hind at the U of L gymnasium. He dominated every statisti- C2l department on either club. I D'jring the course of the eveaine. he svished 31 points, pulled in 14 reixrjjids, stole 2'jTTiernus D2lls and assisted on a countless Dumber of Prong- hares' baskets. Ir apparent that Tolles- trup was his team's leader and he '.ras cefmitely the key to their victory. Rookies Dan Co'ort and Rnier Ealdry also came up superb oairngs before the hcme crovrd. Court netted 19 points and i r.iiled emu seven rebounds, Bawdry pooped eight I pajr.s picked off 12 icose csl's iron the bsckboardj. Corky JG-SSU! the key! rr.jji iri ihe Vikings' use-up, sco-ing 15 points, Chris and Jim Duddridge flipp- exi ir. 34 End i: points 0: frill Prcrj ebons shot j per ceat frcm the field and 70 rer cen: from the free-throw ih-e Vikings were c.cd en 37 per cent of their sVJL; from the c-tside and 53 i csn; from the foul lir.e. Tre also out-re- the Vikings 50-12 and j gave up 13 turn- overs. "r-invr.ile. the U of V earned a comeback 01 isin over the host U; c..' L Pronfhorrjs fa Canada i Women's Bas- League preliminary ac- i The Frorjpnrro held a slim a r.iargirj vnth five rr.: remsir.ms in the game. 1-2 roof fell in on the ixil cais as the Vikenes man- 13 force the overtime pericj with a 33-36 score after I: V.E; rJp-and-ruek In the overtime period. took a r.vo- T-.-.i-: a minute to go huni! on for the verdict. Lor-a led the et'.ei vith 14 points while team- Diaza Erozuk added an-; other 10 Schandor paced the Prrr.iThorns with 12 points ard Vci hit the net for 10. Al'i z'rur clubs vill see action T h e preliminary women's ginio is set for p.m. while t'-? niej's Mill get under at 9.30 p.m. In women's play, (he IT of S Huskiettes picked up their ninth straight victory b? defeating the winless U of C TJinmes 76- 54- Karen K'Jfisr had 16 points horns their first Jesg-je tiile if siag- for the HusKiettes wbife Jraya' fie continues piay at his po-'nasium Tea rolley Pilling notched 10 in a losing ter.ual The Vikings are a I championship final to be s cause. club a_nd can't be taken j ed tonight should be a dandv HOOP SHOTS ToUestruB iishtiy They are by far i. Some of the best voUer- could possibly give the Prong- hall ck'b thai has hall clubs in the country are DC--- urJversitj1 gym- ttimg pan in tie tvo-day tour- iiey. PRONGHOBNS ,f, VIKING! 11 j Pronghoms HJ--.TS-, ;lu-2, V.. 7, ker 5, r 4 Tshts-j? 31, i i. I. Total 7S. Vikings 15, 1, Di> r-' nj-rt- 'n, S, J. Hurv- i. Tcla> e. VIKETTES PRONGHORNS VikeriK Cle-i'so-, Afrjnso-, I, -V.iHsrle Tctsl J2. Prcnghftnu Orr t. T, Vcrn ID, C-I JK I, i, Tnlal SPORTS FANS: BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK ".IRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Confusion reigns Minnesota Fighting Saints' Mike Anloncvich (K: bcxs po'tK which is near his foot as Saints' Wayne Connelly (lop) cid Ottawa Bwlcnd (10) fight fcr it d'jring WHA action Friday night. i '7 If UllesS III UlSt file Flames falling behind? vref: Univerciiy League iour- .2.r.er.t vi-l on ;ap for In "rther came ;he rniversity of ly t.ie of Huskies look i-ri ?eorecl 14 :5 :o: the Husk- I By THE CANADIAN PRESS Has the nzme dimmed in Ai- laata? first-year Flames, in a for third place ir. the Hockey League Fireicheo their v.inless to five Lames Friday nich: b a 3-3 lit? w'.ih i.o? Armeies Kir.es. Eu'.ch I6ih gosl of Icte in the third pe- riod, lifted Ae Kings into the before more than VANCOUVER SY ISLANDERS 1 Ta- r5- cf v :7 (Kt 'I S'e- OX' Onmi far.5 that left ihe clubs deadlocked for ihirc PhiladelpMs Flyers. poiriL5 behind No: Siars, Elsewhere. Vancouver t irjeks shocked Isiar-ders 5-i Er.d L: helc C2lifonz2 Co.: Sesls 1-1 a: Oakland. Injury-pi a gued Toronio Leafs Canadit in ODe of five gsir.es oiher Erames. Detroit V. ii erirertain New York Kar.Lv Chicago Black are i Boston Bruins. St. Lo'jis is visii5 Pencuir-s r.g Black Kwbs, have in iheir sconrg s of 12: e. for a ar.d has rb with Lie tandem c: .e Par. Bouchard and Phil "Jie best average r- ih? and Mis- have jLHowec 141 coais, ibe bes: av- e. aljorrlrj? their (oials a 51 Did you knew thai the Bos- Ion Celtics of the National Altociciror; are the only team in the hislory of mcjor prcfsssioncl sportt to win o league championship as many ai eiahl yean in a row? CJcsejf cny ether pro teems hove ever come to ihii record ore the Montreal Canadieni in hockey who once won the Stanley Cup five in a rcw and ihe New York Yankees in base- ball who once wen five Ftraiqht World Series But the Csll'cs siil] stcnd ahead of them all. Here'i ens thd's iho! more psc-cie get h--prt by fhcn by clcvirc ihe rcL-ch- esl, lo'jchest end nc'i'oncf c r y rpre-.tjy node c r-y cr i'j y, veers rro-e hurt ct hern- 'he- wK- COMS-'S'ED -srf- s'-EcdHa, -id inn and s' I Grant leads CP s-o- o: id ty 1! Vsnccjvcr 55 ATL1M1 3. L S ASCELES 3 S'jnoay nich: the ;cre against the Rsnger? New 2 ;o: York. Los Angeles is z'. L-.C- 5; ihe Flames go agsinft >i- bre.s LT Suffajo. L- Cliicafo and if Tie Fhrritf. who 5 hockey to the in tie became the o reach the 20-goal ;o ;he Flakes a 2-1 oe firs: period. Curt ;'s :r 3-1 be- came back by Yenssky teiore period eroded. v." she'led New I bel you didn't know thai Kirk's purchase most of their Tires direct from the factory in carload lots. Thii makej ui more than com pet live on all types ef tirts. Tires are our only business. We don't sell washing machines, rues or teslh brushes. us why more people don'r recliie ihe best tire buys are from a Jire dealer whose onfy con- cern is tires. We cive the best deols We it! I Coma in and rnake ut prove I in i See KIRK'S C.--5I ty .-i.icc-j by I'w L.-.v.n LTA Such players ivor.i 11 plaj-lnc a: Forest Hil's. :f- don ,-iM monis. 5T LOINS 1 s ,5- v.i'.l iv in is-'ii. 01 gsal 6V i St. Lcuis .....S 13 EXHIBITION PAVILION WON., JAN, p.m. ABDIULAH THE BUICHER vs GINO CARUSO Return Glove Esul: KROFFAT ve MARTEL 6 MAN TRIPIE TAG 14 Wics'isrs 50 52 WSES'LAS n Cj-O'C-TV The Ersl Deol for Wheel J KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 'The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAl D-oler 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd W, UNIROYAl Ave. S. PHONE 327-5935 KIRK'S FERNIE. B.C. Phone 423-7746 KIRK'S TIKE (TASER) ITD. 50th Avenue Phone LEO SINGER'S STORE-WIDE CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK FEATURING THE GREATEST SAVINGS ON THE FINEST QUALITY BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE BACKED BY LEO SINGER'S USUAL POLICY CF COMPLETE SATISFACTION AND GUARANTEE. WE URGE YOU TO SHOP NOW WHILE THIS SAVINGS EVENT IS STIM IN rui! jwiwr. MLN5 DS15S SHOES SUP ON or TIE; Reg to 37 50 10.99 MENS LtATHER COATS CLEARING AT 1 1 lo OFF MENS FORTREL FILLED SKI JACKETS Rrgulnr I9.9S 9.99 NOVV ONLY MINS ALL-WEATHER COATS T- PRICE MtN S SWEATERS PUllOVER? and CARDIGANS frn