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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 29, 1973 THE LETHMIDCE HEtALD 7 Golden Bears still lead Pronghorns stay close with weekend sweep By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "We're playing at our poten-1 counter, "Mr. tial" was it again. I Pronghorns for two league I horns' games this season, nev-; Friday night the Pronghqrns games this weekend. er let the paying customers suffered a slim 42-iO overtime Meanwhile in Saturday's en- down as they definitely got i loss while Saturday they were Everything" That's all coach Gary Bowie! Phil Tollestrup. who does ev- could say as he watched his I erything for the I" of L Prong- University of Lethbridge j horns except take tickets at tire Prongborns complete a two- j doors, came up with his third game weekend series sweep' straight brilliant performance over the visiting University of, before a full-house at the local Victoria V i k fn g s Saturday university gymnasium, uiptii Tollestrup. who has attracted The Prcnghorns defeated many new faces to the Prong- (he Vikiigs 75-62 Friday night and 79-55 Saturday to extend their Canada West University Jlen's Basketball League rec- ord to 10 wins and four losses. The Pronghorns still remain in second place behind the University of Albena Golden Bears, who carr.ed a pair virtories over the University of British Columbia in Vancouv- er on tiie weekend. Golden Bears increased thei record to 11-3 after defeating the Thunderbirds 67-54 Satur- their money's worth. During the evening, he en- tertained the partisan fans unique passing plays, unusual dribbling antics, stretching for rictims of a decision. la Saturday's contest, Leona Voth hooped 20 big points, but it wasn't enough for the Prong' Kodiaks 7 triumph of! l_ ty again ir 16 rebounds and netting a mere half. 38 points. Friday night Tollesirup hit the backboards for 31 points which gave him a wha'Joping 69-point weekend. On the other hand, when j coach Bowie commented that i his team was playing to their capabilities, he didn't refer only to Tollestmp. we didn't get a good game from a few of the boys. I know we're starting to move." he said. "We're back to were we were horns, who trailed 27-20 at the Bowlers j I l> Four city titles were decided I when he last played Victoria.'' Sunday at Capri Bowl. ne n-D- -1 day night and 72-51 Sunday af-; Community Col- lernoon. Thunderbirds will he added. At that time the Proaghoms i were flying high and had earn- Even without Dvright White i ed five straight victories. The Pronghorns have become an unified ball club and Lies lege Kodiaks had little trouble Sis-game rolloffs decided the city closed single champions and eight games decided the high school champs and teams. In the closed singles Erma McGuire and Mike Vioiini cap-_ Four of the best Four bowlers picked up titles Sunday ol Capri Bowl cs the city closed singles and high school singles finals were staged. The winners isfi to right, Erma McGuire, Linda Malcomson, Ken Kurtz and Mike Vioiini. Sse story. Ervin with Grande Prairie Saturday of Larry Baker, Peter Hague, rured respective cities. in Alberta Colleee Athletic Con- j Roger BaWrey. Clark Sloan.1 McGuire rolled games of 210. jferecce Basketball League ac- Doug Kempt and Dan Court have shined either offensively or I Wu're. one o' the club's top defensively. I scorers, missed the trip north1 Baker, who still seems con- v.hri finished with a 1.149. Helen to study for exams. Tne Kod- sciously aware his recent Rosse'iii was right behind with i iaks. however, snowed up in ank'c injury is coming along a 1.141. Two women ana full force and bounced the host: men go to Calgary. Cougars 103-19. He hooped 10 points and pick- Violoni was 59 pins better Gary Williams. Bruce Millis i ed off nine rebounds in the than runner-up Its Tanaka as and Curt Wolsey picked up the Pronghorn's -win. slack left by White. Williams Hague, who is the consistent cojined 2o points while Millis shooter for the Pronnhoras with Tanaka was 1.410 two pins bel- chippcd in with 21 and Wosley an average of some eisht points ter than alternate Meryle Bun- 15. 'a came up with another noge with a 1.40S. The Kodiaks were murder on 10 points Saturday. In hieh school action Ken :uLTjuire ruueu ui iiu. __ 7 r 210. 178. 157. 235 and 254 for a BtilzeTS O Ollt Ol it 1.248 total to easily last year's champ Maria Jokury Red Wings struck quickly he rolled 1.469 total on games of 132. 35.3. 153 257. 166 and 22S. By I YN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Henry Boticha. v.ho could h'rc'ly wait to vault the bar- riers professions! hockey after starrirjg for the Untied delpltia into second in tie West.: Lewis re-quired medical treat-' Duriru; the ChicEgo-Bor.on j They trail Chicago by eight ment. .gur.te. at Boston Garden, line- points and are just one ahead of; The incident took place lite, in man Matt Ravucb was taiea ill Minnesota and two up on At- a game that was staged bitterly mil: severe chest pains between j lauta. i by both clubs. Leviis had earlier the first second periods. Tne Flyers toppled Pittsburgh called Flyers' Andre Dupont Examination in hospital dis- closed the veteran official had a hernia. Hie backboards as they grab-: Baldrey and Sioan hit for six i Kurtz emereed with the spoils States in the 1P72 Olympics at. plavoa Vet. 1I3 jn I bed off 33 including 11 by Wil-, ar.d five points respectively i as he racked up a 2.023 total .rose_a i eran defenceman Bam-Ashbee.. over-all. lisms. 14 by Millis and a big IS while five points respectively i as he racked up a 2.023 total playing solid defensive on games of 213. 241. 232. 191, PHIL TOLLESTRUP g, by Wolsey. Greg Ross manag- basketball while Kempt, who is 304 ed to grab off eight rot noted to be an offensive vacs, in In the gals game Deb Ran- threrit. nailed down five points M: total soni hooped 12 points as the while blasting his way lo 10 re- LCC Kodieltes dropped Grande bour.-ds. Prairie Cubs 43-25. In Saturday'; match, ins I Meanwhile, the LCC badmin- csme uo with evenly lon squad were in Calgary and distributed attack. Jim Hunter. Jim Duddvidse Chris Hail and Mike Bishop esch matEEed 10 points for the 1.M5. who shot 3 mere 2o Linda per cert from the fie'd. Tile Pronshorr.s were eocd on walked off with top honors as they garnered 27 poinu as com- pared to eight for the host Southern Alberta Institute oi 1 Technology and five for Red I Deer. pimVil. He of 2-x. 19S. 222. 309 and 225. Rounding out tiie remainder of the seven- man team were Ron Gretzinger 1.S1S. Rick Ban-a 1.90S. Dar- win Romanchuk 1.S71. Darrell Lasler 1.823 and Gary Lchuis Monica Lemieszewski bested 43 per cent of their shots from I Lynda Clarke in the women's the outside, but had a ooor Brenda singles while Brenda Beazer 1 and Dwana PickKt were sec- per cent average from the foul line. ond in the women's doubles. In Meanwhile the University of the consolation final Miss Lethbridge Pror.ghorns wo- Clarke and Mary Spenbaer men's basketball team had were second. John Jansen was IARRY BAKER in the men's singles while the LCC is asFjrcd of first and sec- or.d in the men's doubles. Lir.k and Rick David wiM play Jin Vickers and Hart- ley Lep'pard at the LCC for the title. Time ran out Saturday in Calgary. Link and Lemieszewski com- to win the mifed doubles title over Jansen and Pickett. The locals will travel to Cam- rose next weekend in wbat will be their toughest competition of the vear. lough weekend, dropping bolh nmner-up their leagrue games to the Uni- versity of Victcria VL-tettes, record it took 40 years to sur 2-53 and 245. Kun Ko- Piss- second place, had a Tr.e 21-year-old native of War- rolled road. Minn., opened the scoring 279. at Montreal with the fame jus! six seconds eld to launch De- crcir Red Wings to a 4-2 win over Montreal Canadier-s and into a challenging p-isi'Jon for the Malcomson won the drier! :j "within points o: gals honors with a blistering 2. C'-.O total. 250 pins better than Brenda Pecersen. Malcomson hid scores cf 251. 535. 309. 274. 204. 249. 220 and 20S. Pedersen, en the otlrer hand, had games c: 302. 158. 176. 237. 243. 211. 167 ar.fl 271. The rest of ihe eiglit-meir bor team arc N'adine Kovacs I.tT.j. Lori Palrnarchuk 1.6T.5, 5-3 Saturday in a with a game misconduc', as- game which could seriously im- sessed eight fighting majors The XHL all-star game, tea- turiae stars of ihe East asainst Saturday's other scores were: t_hc West. scheduled for" New call from referee Bn'an either pushed the official to the ice York 6 Detroit 3: Chicago 4. and drew a game rniscondtict Boston 2 and St. Louis Biues 5. Canucks 3. Native Sons Tororjto 2: New York's Madison Square Garden Tuesday nigitt. The regular scheduled gaine.- are vrednesday when Vciri: Isistiders To- the Rangers en'.erLair. California and Los .Angeles is in "I hid us ides, resllr I HD-ij v. the Sab setback to Vi Ro'-cna'- itutalo in the Xa- y League East an S-5 ar.ts Fir-.rnes ' coal wm Leihbridge Nntive Sons" ricked up an easy E-2 viciory disposing of the visitors as ihey year, a past rookie the Central in three unanswered goals _ Air-ens Junior Hockey League ir, th? first period, carae gDciier.dcr Thorrias. PRON'GHOP-MS VIKISGS S! e-r e- i: c u" '.0, Sls-rjrj K. VIKETTES PRONGHORNS 40 so--. c- MI hcver, Knlie Pednni I.S33. Chcr.'e Ob- erm.ever 1.379. Miche'e Maclean Pedrbi 1.432. faster by one second ;han ;he Siinaiy. gp.rre cprae- fi-od by Cna-iic ConEicher of To-onto Maple en Fc-b. G, 1932. ir. a 6-0 rcii.e interview when .old about .-is record-setting score. He the pass from cer-tre Bill Col- ixs botTicing when I hit it _ with s backhand and it sort of The soss_haa no problems a fluttered lne Ex-Canadian goaltender Denis didn't let a penalty shot award to Montreal's Jac- eekeud Pronghprns c'- reac s. TOTAL Threr selerled YORK '.AP oid- baseman George Ke'.'.y and Mickey umpire Billy Evans were named to baseball s Hall of Fame Sun- day. icn; Kantci-s y.cpt C2ce wtiit Divifion-lcj.ciing Montreal -S- win over To- and ren-.air.ed six poir.'.s up on [hire-place Boston, hard- for a 5-5 decision over Los Angeles Kirgs. Criczgo pitcher Black hardied Minsfs.ita North Stars arid Phila- delphia Flyers nipped California Golden Seals The victory moved Phila- j AU-Siar game goes Tuesday in Aeit Perreault passed over by selectors NEW YORK cr Tiie Na- ppok lo evea its series against Lho Kansas Hockey Leacue's two-day the East. -K meeung ,he leagues o: eovejnors some rumiil- ings in ;he backp-ounri over Lhe Kansas City. n.j-ure of ion din- Tht- Ixiani .ird ti-c SlW-a-pla'.e dinniT at the posh Waldori-Astoris Hctc! are preliminary to Tuesday night's 26th arnuF.l Ell-star game, in which the West Division will are exoevied to devole much ;ime ;o TOn5iderins !he ex. frar.cliUe gi-anied Kan city council voted f.5 S million to board meeting construct a new p'syins; site. There has been criticism li.nichi's to tiiiuier. which will a strictly dressed black lie sifair. Several Now v.i The reu franchise ;o have comol.t tegun oporatini: in 1P7-I. been taken but its owners had troub'e find- dinriry ing an arena. N'otei-s in the Some of i a last November defeated a bond r issue to finance construction o[ unhappir.ess an but the frsnrhise gc: quirements. a boost eju-iier this wten ''I msh we didn't have wear ins." said ore plsver who didn't wan; to be identifier. dro.N? preny coloriiiily in h.oekey and it v.ouid have -.ri'J 1-c s-.varde.i 10 Bush ,lr. preside-; c; tro- guys sitting together. '1 look like a liincii c-f Tl'-e -.0 on senson's trophy v. ar.d the end-of-thc-sea- so'i .ili-s' pbyer? Boo Hope will be" guest speaker at the oinner. during la which the Lester Patrick Me- ANDY CAPP One p.aier shsen! will B.iii.vj's Gil Peireitilt. by miT.ibors oi the Hockey Writers' Assivi- ation. who pick th.e firs: ar.d sc-cond teams, and by F.nsi coacli Tom Johnsnn of Boston Bruins, who selected tlie bal- ance of the sqund. o: rooking the s'.l-' stars has stirred heated ci.-iu tills >i'.ir llf.ith IVlnr.o. key AV tor the Now York scorers B, THE CANADIAN FREJS Sl'NDAV Detroit 4 Montreal Libbett. Diorne. Charron: Lapointe. Larose. Philadelphia 4 California 3 berry. Schuliz. Flett: Cal- Learh. Smith. Now York 5 Toronto 2 Npw Mac- Gregor. Ratelle 2. Hadfield: Henderson. Atlanta S Buffalo i A t 1 a n l o rn 2 u Hrokie. 2, Rober.. Mickey. Karr's. Boston P Los Angeles 5 Orr. Ikxice. Bucyk: Chicago .T Mmnesoin 1 J. Ar- Golds worthy. SATURDAY Rancors fi 3 2. Fair- bairn. Hadfield, Tsaczuk: np- Lavender. Red- mond. Chicago 4 Boston r Hull. Kor- roll. Redmond: Montreal 4 Toronto L' Monircal-Hoiile. P M.ihov. Toroiinv-Xchiv. upset his poise. "A.! you fa goaitendrr' car, cc1 ts stand vottr he Besides, up 4- End I there wa? rn way guys were coirg to le: riiiladelpl-ja three more in the seconi, fnished the third with two c-'Je5 ra "rie rnor-e. Gary Albert Duinor.t. Brad Cox. Ross Randy Eriar. Cave. Allan and Ksy tallied a coal each for ihe Sons while Keitn Radciifie scored twice in a losing cause. the Sons placed second in the annual Fernie Junior "B'' Hockey Tournament Saturday. In their first game, the Sons advanced to Ihe champiorisliip fins1 by defeating the host Fer- nie Sabres 5-3. Terry Roberts. Ken Klinham- r.ier. Cave. Marchuk and Craii scored a goal each for the Sons. Ti the chsmpirnshln final. L-rs Dowd scored four times to the Cranbrooks Colts a nari-fotight 7-5 ever the Chrt? Becker. Pan McNeil ar-r: Tom sdded a eoal ao-eoe while Rrtvris ie-d the S-r.-s wtth a piir of markers ?ir5l-o> c.ime of: the sticks o: Marchuk. Cox. can fee; what it's like being iti the t-hick of the standings of the Woriri Hockey .Assitciation. The Blazers, after a feasm- iong struggle to emerge from the depths of the diMlsion cellar, squeezed by .Albei-ia Oilers i-0 in in Edmonton Satur- day nigh: io move point ahead of Onawa Nationals into fifth place in ihe six team din- si on But ti-'nr.b.j clory- didr.'l last long. Tne litierf go: -e- in one of four lesrjs pa-ies Sunday, drubbirig tl-s rhiladelphisr.s 4-2 before some 4.174 in Edrnortor Pivisfc.n-leadtr.c Win- nipeg Jets edreol Ottawa 5-4. L.'s- "Ar.ceies Sharks wallonec New York F.itiiers i--2 and QUICK ENTRY? NIIW YORK AP Thv Baseball Writers Arso.'irition of A-ticrioa Saturday i; wil. hold a spc-r-ial election '.o consider the in- duction of the late Roberto Cle- ments. Pittsb'jrgh Pi-ates star outfielder, into baseball's Hail identical records of of Fame. vans. IS losses and one tie. Now Erf land V.'ii.-.lors ro'id Crusaders got Cr.icago 2-' Icaci'e play resumes t.-rirht with New Engb.nd Ciex'elfir.d in a battle for first plsce in the east. teams wliicli often tel'.s little alwut how a nun is play- ing." S a b o i; r i n V.iueoin c r- Botidri.'iS Vhilndrlpliia .1 .1 Lonsberry. Ba> NT: I Rupp. MacDonnld. BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UP UNTIL MONDAY. FEBRUARY 5th. 1973 FOR A 1968 FORD.GALAXIE CONVERTIBLE drpoiir lo virw ctir Comotl ROBERT KOIES4K cil- ST. PATRICKS SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LTD. 302 lOih STREET S. PHONE 327-4143 FOOTBALL-JOHNNY UNITAS HOCKEY-JOHN FERGUSON BASEBALL-JIMMY PIERSALL BASEBALL-JOE RUDI KENSMEN 20th ANNUAL SPORT CASINO TO FOLLOW DINNER SAT., FEB. 3-LETH. EXHIBITION PAVILION TICKETS AVAIIAPIE AT MARCE1 S SMOKE SHOP. CLUB CIGAR n ANY KINSMEN ;