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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IETHMIDGI HRAID Janiwry Gals strengthen hold on third place in League Pronghorns thwarted in bid t o upset Bears By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Snorts Writer University Alberta Golden Boars ran their record to 8-3 in the Western Canada Intercol- legiate Basketball League at the expense of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Fri- day night but not without a fight. A gathering of better than 200 was on hand at the Civic Cen- tre Friday to lake in the balllc between the two Alberta clubs. Pronghorns, will) a 2-10 record heading into last night, were not expected to give the power- ful Bears much trouble. Things were somewhat dif- ferent than expected as the lo- cals came up with a well-play- ed game only to see their ef- forts fall on the short end of a 58-43 score. Bears led throughout the game but were Iroubled by the pesky control-type style of play the Pronghorns displayed in Boston feared lightening twice By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For a while Boston Celtics were wandering whether light- ning would strike twice within four days, but Jo Jo While and Dave Cowens took command. The Celtics, who blew an 11- point fourth-period lead in los- ing at New York Tuesday night, squandered a 19-point advan- tage but rallied for a 122-116 overtime victory over the Knicks before fans Friday night at Boston Garden. Elsewhere, Los Angeles La- kers topped Houston Rockets Howe scores in U.S. win TOKYO (AP) The U.S. Olympic ice hockey team beat Poland's Olympi; team 7-5 today in the first game of a six-nation international tourna- ment. In the second game, Czecho- slovakia downed Switzerland 7- 2. The first game was inter- rupted by a brawl in the second period in which goalies Michael Curran of the United States and Walere Kosyl of Poland were given 10-minute misconduct penalles. Mark Howe, 16-year-old son of former professional hockey star Gordie Howe, started the scor- ing at of the first period, but Poland took a 2-1 lead by the end of the period. The United States shot to a 5-2 lead in the second period. The tournament, being played before and after the Winter Olympics Feb. 3-13 in Sapporo, also includes the Soviet Union and Japan. Don't Miss Reading This Month's Issue This area's only regular publication THE WESTERN SPORTSMAN Subscriptions per year Available at your favorite newsland Milwaukee Bucks downed Philadelphia '76ers 127- 118, Golden State Warriors edged Portland Trail Blazers 105-102, Chicago Bulls whipped Phoenix Suns 11B-102, Baltimore Bullets held off Cincinnati Cava- liers 132-124, Atlanta Hawks shot down Detroit Pistons 124- 106 and Seattle SuperSonics ov- ertook Buffalo Braves 104-93. White, who blocked a last sec- ond shot by Earl Monroe in the fourth period, ending regulation fime in a 109-109 be, scored seven of his 26 points in over- time. He hit on two 25-foot shots as Boston broke out of a 114-114 deadlock. John Havlicek of Boston led all scorers with 33 points. RALLY TO WIN The Lakers rallied from a 19- point first-half deficit to post their 43rd victory in 50 games and 20th in 23 at home. Balanced scoring, headed by Gail Goodrich's 28 points and Jerry West's Z7, plus solid re- bounding by Wilt Chamberlain and Happy Hairston keyed the comeback as Los Angeles held the Rockets to 41 second-half points. Houston's Elvin Hayes led all scorers with 33 points. Oscar Robertson and Lucius Allen sparked s 9-2 surge that enabled Milwaukee to turn back Philadelphia after the '76ers had sliced a 12-point deficit to two with remaining. Phil- ly's BUIy Cunningham ted all scorers with 39 points while Ka- reem Abdul-Jabber had 34 and Bob Dandridge 30 for the Bucks. Hickok belt to Trevino ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Golfer lee Trevino was named winner of the 22nd annual Hickok Professional Athlete of the Year Award Friday. Trevino will receive the dia- mond-studded Hickok Belt, val- ued at Trevino received 70 first-place votes and 302 points in nation- wide balloting by sports writers and sportscaster to easily out- distance baseball star Roberto Clemente ol the Pittsburgh Pir. ates. More sport on page 12 Ther'sno Time Like Now To Buy A Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! t H.P. Regular Now Only 5 H.P. Regular Now Only International Harvester Sales Service 104 Stafford Phone) 327-3125 LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSOCIATION PREDATOR HUNT SUNDAY, JANUARY 30TH SUNUP TO SUNDOWN A Trophy will be awarded for the most points courtesy of BOB'S GUN REPAIR Ho) lunch will be urvw) after Hunt Al Fish and Building far: MEMBERS ONLY far Information Phone 328-4721 or 327-1304 PETERSON BATTLES FOR BALI Eric Petenon, (22) of the University of Lethbridge Pronflhorni battles Univenity of Alberto Golden Bean' Brian Hort for ball in hoop cclion of the Civic Centre Friday nighf. Bean won a dofenilve bottle 58-43. The aame two clubs meet again tonight at nine. Murakami shares lead Trevino just made it the first hall. When the gun sounded lo end the half the Jears held only a three-point, 29-26, lead. Experience came to the forefront in the second half and the Golden Bean chalked up their eighth victory. Wallace Tollestrup came up with an IB-point performance or the Dears. Marty Lyons chipped in with 16 while Mike Frisby added 11. Veteran Doug McKay led the 'ronghorns with 13 points. Don Hamilton and Eric Peterssi each managed eight. Pronghorns hit on only 42 per cent of their shots from the ileid and 45 per cent from the ioul line as compared to 47 and 61 per cent for the visitors. Golden Bears grabbed off 25 rebounds to 20 for the locals. Purnovers saw the Bears lose 21, Pronghoras 19. The same two clubs meet again this evening at the Civic Centre at nine. In the gals game the host Pronghorns came up with a convincing 47-35 win over the Pandas. The locals built up a 20-14 jalf time toad to earn their 3fth victory in 11 starts to sol- idify their hold on third place in the western division cf the conference. Minnie Van Dieren paced the Pronghorns with 19 points while Jo-Anne McDonald came up with 11. For Miss Van Dieren her 19 points gives her 111 points thus far this season. Bev Scbalin hooped eight points for the Pandas. The same two clubs meet again this evening at the Civic Centre a' Meanwhile in Langley, B.C. the Community College Ko- diaire dropped a 90-73 verdict to Trinity College. Gil Wosnak hooped 20 points for UK KodiaJcs and picked off 15 rebounds. Curt Wolsey add- ed 13 points.. The Brandon University Bob- cats were revitalized Friday by the return of Jerry Hemmings but gave up a heartbreaking 68-65 decision to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. Playing his first in the new year since recovering from an ankle injury, Hemmings led the Bobcats, in last place in the Great Plains division, with 26 points. The Huskies took a 35-21 lead at halftime but the Bobcats stormed back with a full-court press to take a slight lead late in the contest, one of three played in the league Friday. But the win was snatciitd away with 14 seconds remaining when Bill Lacy hit on two free throws for Huskies which came on a turn-over in play and a foul on Lacy. Lacy was top scorer with 15 points as he led Huskies to their loth win in 13 starts Huskies hold second place in the division behind Manitoba. The University of Siskatche. wan Begina Campus Cougars dealt the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen a 94-87 de- feat after holding a 56-37 lead at halftime. Bob Pyne led Regina with 21 points with Jerry Brhelle and Brian Johnson each adding 19 Joe Dudar was the top marksmen for Wesmen with 27 points. SAN DIEGO (AP) Lee Trevino just made the cut. Jack NicMaus was four shod off the pace. Billy Casper was ia the middle of the pack. And TakasM Murakami was leading the tournament. The Japanese golfer, playing in only his second tournament in the United States, charged Into a share of the lead midway through the Andy Wil- liams-San Diego Open Friday. The 27-year-old Murakami, bidding to become the first On- ental ever to win on the United Lethbridge Athletic Association HOCKEY Saturday and Sunday! SATURDAY, JAN. 29-8 p.m. CIVIC CENTRE JUNIOR "B" Y't MEN'S NATIVE SONS RED DEER CHIEFS SUNDAY, JAN. 30 A.M.-CIVIC CENTRE BANTAM MOORE'S IMPERIALS Exhibition SUNDAY, JAN. 30 P.M.-CIVIC CENTRE lolhbrldqt Alhltlic Allocation MOMS vi DADS SUNDAY, JAN. 30 P.M.-CIVIC CENTRE JUNIOR "B" Y'l MIN'S NATIVE IONS RED DIM CHIIFS ADMISSION, ADULTS STUDENTS AND PENSIONERS CHILDREN Stales pro circuit, chipped to four feet away and made i birdie on Ms final hole in the second round, posted a 69 anc was tied at seven-unrjer-par 137 with Hate Irwin and Australian Bruce Crampton. "I'm so excited I haven't had to think about Murakami said through an in- terpreter. Asked if he were surprised to be leading, Murakami replied: "I'm so surprised I don't be- lieve it." Crampton, veteran of 15 years on the tour, pitched in from 20 yards for an eagle three on the 16th hole for a 66 and his share of the top spot. Irwin, a former University oi Colorado football player anc collegiate golf champion, was Crampton's playing partner. put his second shot in a trap on the 18th, blasted out to four fed away and made tho birdie pull lo remain in a tie. He hail a second-round GR. Dale Douglass and Honiero Blancas, each with t 69, were one stroke back at 138. Gene Littler, the first-round leader who (lipped to a 73, veteran Paul Hamey and Labron Harris followed at 139. Five more players were nl 140, with Nlcklaus one ot eight at 141, STRENGTHENS LEAD LONDON (CP) Aston Villa strengthened its lead at the top of the English League Third Di vision soccer Friday night with a 1-0 -win at Tranmere. Left back Charlie Aitken go the winner at the 68 minuta mark. It was his fourth goal in 11 years. FLEMING MOTORS APPOINTMENT VERN SIEMENS Mr. torni Franz, mana- ger of Fleming Motors, It plfiasftc to announce the appointmant oJ Mr. Yarn Slemani fo talei itaff, Vern wai born end ralifid In the Coaldale area and is a married man. He welcomes oil his many friends to drop in and lay lo him ot Flamina. SKIING WITH (J AlilM Dliitw. Cmrtlm Nitlmil Ski Ti XV-fotoniudiata FOLLOW THROUGH come around in a rotary moton, you must keep the welghon the ddwnhill ski and drive the knees forward and into fte tou At the ume time, follow through with lie outside inn project it In the direction ol the new turn. V As the arm follows through, it will end up In ilUhtlv ahead of the hips and ready for the next pole planot turn. The important'hing is thatyou go fight from the follow-through to the new pole pla nt. your turns together wnoothly. Be careful not to let your uphill hand fall behind ttie hips as you come forward witn ue hill hand. Ihis eould lead to over-rotation. Unifarm 'spiel opens Monday The 20th annual Region H Unifarm Bonsplel Is all set to go at the Lethbridge Curling rink Monday. Some 40 rinks from various parts of southern Alberta will have a chance to tight for top honors in four events during the four-day 'spiel. The bonspiel will run from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 and the first draw will be staged Monday at 9 a.m.. Following is t list of draws for the opening day. MONDAY A.M. DRAW Harry Hudson, Wrtnfhim vs. Todd, Nvwlindl; Sharon Btne, Wilson vs. Richard Sandham, New- lands; Stan Bi-Kkt, Iron Sprlngi Garth Nilsion, Wrenthamf Renald Neher, Hewltmds vs. Art Bealon, New George Mueller, Wrenthem vs. Tools GiUi5, Iron Springs; Ktn Hlrscfie, Wrcnfham vs. El ling Lundt, Newlinds; Ken EllIoM, Warner vt. Waller Perry, Rcodymade; Gordon Luchia, Newlands vs. Gregg Metiptr, Wren than; Fred Leverlck, Newlandi vs. Leonard Hats, Wrenlham; Robert Sfpsford. New lands VE. Ro btrt Thomas, Warner. A.M. Marvin Culler, Wrenlham vi. art! Dunn, Turin; Roy Jensen? New- lands vs. John VenechuK, Wrtnlhimi Lloyd Branlner, Wrenrfiem vs. Cyril Noble, Iron Springs; Bill Mthedtn. Readymode vs. Hal Cronklle, New Daylon; Jerry Mammon, Turin vt, Charlie Branfner, WrtnHiam; Tom Fukaml, Newlandi vs. Tom Worrit, WlHon; Norman Ober, Readymide vs. Wealey Kuehn, Warner; Larry Thompson, Newlandi vs. Lea Bflrtllft, Wilson; Ted Rudrt, Wrenlhim vi. Richard Papworlh, Turin; Lues, Wilson Leonard Dunn, Tur- in. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA JUNIOR W L T r A Pll. 1 114 102 53 Cal. Cougara 2ft 7 Red Deer 24 11 Cal. Canucks 21 14 Earn- Leafs 14 20 LtltiDrldga .15 .11. Drumrwller 10 22 Edm. Movers 8 24 0 206 12! 11 1 147 43 3 143 183 31 0 HI 151 D IIS 219 20 2 133 134 IS NATIONAL LEASUI lilt Dlvlllnn W L T Boston NSW YorK Monlreal Toronlo Detroit Vancouver Buffalo A Ni 33 7 I IfO 104 72 31 I 7 J08 104 49 56 11 I 182 133 60 20 19 10 132 135 50 21 20 7 150 1S3 4? 13 27 5112154 31 10 2? 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