Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Golden Bears triumph twice Pronghorn gals clinch third Hie University of Alberta Golden Bears completed a weekend sweep over the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Prong- horns with 8 hard-fought 65-58 victory over their hosts in West em Canada Inter-Collegiate Bafkettnll League Mtkn Sat- urday The Golden Bears defeated Hie Pronghorna 58-43 in the first game of the series Friday right. In SaUaday night's encount- er at the Civic Sports Centre a second half surge gave the visiting Golden Bean the bard-fought win. At half-time the locals trailed by a slim 32-27 score. Both clubs came up with a Lee scores three Manchester takes lead LONDON (CP) Manchester City soared to the top of th English soccer league b thrashing Wolverhampton Wajj derers 5-2 Saturday, though the title race Is still wide open with only seven points covering th top 10 teams. Three goals from England for ward Francis Lee enabled Cit to grab a two-point lead at th top of the standings as it hit uo beatable form against Wolves. The reign of Leeds United a: league leader lasted only a week as it went down 1-0 away to Tottenham Hotspur. Martin Olivers netted the crucial goal when he intercepted a back pass from Peter Larimer ir. the 70th minute to give Spurs- three points from two clashes with Leeds this season. Charlie George, who secret Arsenal's winning goal in the Football Association Cup fina last year, deputied for injure! striker John Radford and scores the first two goals in Arsenal's 5-0 triumph against Sheffield United. This was the first time Arse- nal had scored against Sheffield United In four games this KB- con. Evertcra, who had not losl since selling England midfleld dynamo Alan Ball to Arsenal (or crashed 4-0 away to Chelsea who netted three times in a nine-minute second-half epell. Knudson comes up just short SAN DIEGO (CP-AP) Two sub-par rounds by Toronto's George Knudson during the weekend shot him back linto contention in the Andy Williams-San Diego Open golf tournament. But his late drive was not enough to overtake veteran Paul Harney, who birdied the 72nd hole Sunday to win his first victory in seven years and the first prize. Harney, 42, playing steadily, closed with a twounder-par 70 (or 275 and a one-stroke victory over 26-year-old Hale Irwin, who had led by a stroke after three rounds Sunday and had threatened to make a runaway of the tournament when he shot a ttiree-under-par 33 on the front nine. But Irwin blew the lead with three one-over-par boles on the back nine. Knudson, after a disastrous 74 Friday, fought back with rounds of 67 and 68 Saturday and Sun- day to finish tied for sixth piece at 279 with MUler Barber and Dave Eichelberger. Knudson's closing rounds earned him a cheque for one of his biggest paydays on the tour in months. Another To- ronto golfer, Gary Bowerman, had a closing-round 73 to go with earlier rounds of 72, 73 and 71. He earned England's Peter Osgood scored twice for Chelsea and was tripped to provide a penalty for John Hollins. Everton had two players booked, Howard Kendall and Alan Whittle, mak- ing six bookings in their last three visits to London. The slump of Manchester United continued as they went down 2-1 to struggling West Bromich Albion, whose winner was scored by Jeff first home league goal for 14 months. Manchester United, which for merly held a five-point lead a the top of the table, now has gone seven games without i win. Saturday's triumph was Al bion's fifth successive home wii over United and was watched by a crowd of Minor hockey The Lethbridge A.C.T. earner. a victory and a tie in two ex bibition hockey games agains Cranbrook Eagles over th weekend. Saturday night the Eagles and A.C.T. battled to a 2-2 draw while Sunday A.C.T dumped the visitors 7-3. In Saturday's affair, Ron riors War split on weekend The Lethbridge Warriors hosted two Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League games and came up with a split over Hie weekend. Saturday night, Rick Friez slammed in four goals and added an assist to give the Medicine Hat Wheelers t M rtctory over their hosts. The Wheelers racked up a -0 first period lead and in- creased it to 7-J after two. Tom Wray blasted in two markers and added four help- ts for the Wheelers while Gary Smith pumped In a brace and Robin Sutherland chipped in with a singleton. Dennis Hatt scored twice for .he Warriors while Brian Sedg- wick and leny Pocia replied with solo markers. Meanwhile Sunday afternoon, Greg Hamilton rifled in four oals and Brian Clampltt earn- ed his first shutout of the sea- son as the Warriors thumped 'aiaiall Hornets 10-0. Garry Craik and Rod Vaykov- ch managed two goals apiece Dave Shaw and John ioyle fired In singles. Goals came fast and fruious i two Southern Alberta Juve- nile League games the Leth- bridge Elks took part in over he weekend. Saturday night the Elks came up with an impressive n-5 riumph over VauxhaU. They tould have saved some of the oals for Sunday as Uiey ropped a 12-3 decision to Irooks Legionnaires. Bernie Syrenne and Reg Os- mond paced the Elks Saturday nth two goals each. Singletons rent to Terry Roberts, Gary tann, Brian Cave, Joe Meli, Pomohac, Kevin Keith, and Keith McNaughton. Sunday afternoon Osmond, !ave and Meli managed a goal each in losing cause. Moser and Mike Boyohuk scored a goal apiece in the final period to give A.C.T. the tie with the Eagles. B. Heppel and P. Wells tal lied for the Eagles in the first and third periods. Meanwhile in Sunday's game A.CT. came up with four big goals in the third period to drop the Eagles. Mike Boydiuk, Cliff Miyksh- ro, Dale Nesting, Ron Moser, Ric Collier, Greg Keveder and Mark Baldrjr tallied solo Bark- ers for A.C.T. while P. Wells replied twice for the Eaglet. T. Lode, J. Magro and M. 'anieo also added singles for the Eagles. In Fee Wee division hockey eague action, Reggie Heggen >lasted in a hat-trick to give ie Bisons a 7-2 victory over the Falcons. Fred Thompson chipped in wifli two markers whdle Bill Brown and Don Marshall aided with singles. Terry Hamilton and Rob Montgomery replied for the In Bantam "B" play, the Bruins tallied twice in the first and third periods to defeat the [ornets 4-1. Ross Mitchell scored two for the Bruins while Ken erbu and Brian Wright man- aged singletons. Dale Prycia scored the lone goal. The Cougars racked up four unanswered goals in the final period to drop the Blades Terry Heinrich scored twice w the Cougars while Terry Bclley, Kevin Hunt, Dale See- man and Bob Schlegl chipped i with goal each. Barry Forey and Earl Blackie ticked up i goal apiece for the Hades. Kelly Danielson, Richard La- lace and Dave Stephens cored a goal each in the first serlod of play and gave the lustangs a 3-0 shutout over K Kings. Chuck Haughton registered he shutout in the Mustangs' ets. A second period goal by erry McNeely gave the Ram- lers a hard-fought 2-1 win ver the Nuggets. Tim Gross scored the other tumblers goal while G. Harmes connected for the Nuggets. 45 per cent shooting average from the outside whle on Hie free throw line the Pronghorni managed a 75 per cent average to the Bears 56 per cent. In the rebound department the Bears picked off 28 loose balk while the Pronghorns han- dled 26. Mto Frisby and Wallace Tol lestrup of the Bears were the top rebounders in the game with 10 apiece while Daug Kempt of the Pronghoras fol lowed ckee behind wtth eight. Frisby also paced the Bears' with an 16 point performance wtiile ToUestnip and Brian Hart chipped in with 14 and 13 points respectively. Bill Magierowski netted 20 points and Kempt 15 for the Pronghorns. Meanwhile, fte University o Lethbridge Pronhorns clinched third place io the Western Can- ada Inter-Collegiate Women's Basketball League by edging the University of Alberta Pan- das 46-15 Saturday night. The Prongborns, who nave a 6-6 league record, held a slim 23-20 lead at half-tune and hung on in the second half to win their .second straight game over the Pandas. Friday night the Pronghorns defeated the Pandas 47-35. In Saturday's contest, the Pronghorns maintained a 46-13 lead only one minute re- maining in the contest. As the clock clicked away, Pronhorns' coach Wilma Wln> ter called a time-out with 3i seconds remaining. By Ben the Pandas had dosed the gap to 46-45 and had possession of the ball after the Prongooms' time-out expired. The Pandas couldn't pene- tvato (he IProngbornET tough defense during tin final 38 sec- onds and bed to settle with the toss. Minnie Van Dieren led tbe Pronghorns with a 11 point out- ing while Joan Csnnady chip- ped in with 10. Connie Sanders managed a 14 point performance for the Pan- das. Meanwhile in Victoria, Uni- venity of British Columbia Thunderbiris made It a two- game sweep Saturday night by ng University of Victoria bikings 71-70. The ThuDderbirds won Fri- day's game with a score of 35- 29. GOLDEN HAM II PRONGHORNI M GoMMl Cimpbell, Lyonl 7, Frliby It, Hirt 19, TollMtrup 14, Hn netl, Solyom, Nlimcncwl, Morris 7, Slewxrt t. Tolll U. Prfinghomi 15, Hamilton Trosl, Rlrle, McKay M. Pettrson E. Pettrlon 4, Burr, Maglerowlkl 0, Hwilfr. Tglil H. VTLL MAKE BID EDMONTON (CP) The Al- jerta Baseball Association, at an executive meeting during ie weekend, decided to bid for he 1972 Canadian Beaver Base- lall championship. Comets win dghth game TJI Southwest Basketball Con- erence action, the league-lead- ing Milk River Comets racked up their eighth consecutive vic- tory Saturday night. The Comets, who have yet to ose in eight starts edged the Vinston Churchill Bulldogs 67- ,5 in one of the finest games taged this year. Bandy Evers and Barry Lod- meier paced the Comets with points apiece while Ken Nakama hooped 21 points for the Bulldogs. Jack Chymboryk also man- ned a 18 point performance in losing cause. In boy's Junior varsity play, Winston Churchill dropped Milk iver The W. R. Myers Dawns elt the powerful Winston Thurchill Griffins' offensive at- -nek and suffered a 50-10 set- adc in Tiber Saturday. Pat Schandor was top scorer with 20 points. Split in two overtime games Sugar Kings move into fourth EDMONTON (Special) The Lethbridge Sugar Kings picked up sole possession of fourth place by splitting two sudden- death overtime Alberta Junior Hockey League encounters in Edmonton over the weekend. Saturday night the Kingi edged the Edmonton Maple Leafs 2-1 while Sunday they suf- fered a hard-fought 3-2 loss to the Edmonton Movers. The two big points gave the Kings 32 points in 35 games while the Leafs trail with 31 points in 38 league games. In Saturday's contest Ken Dodd's goal at of i sud- den death overtime period gave the Sugar Kings a 2-1 vic- tory over the Maple Leafs. Lethbridge goaltender Phil was the other Sugv ICng hero stopping Maple Loaf drives nnd turning In a superb performance. The Lcnfs led 1-0 after Ihe first period on Jim Cnrr'i goal, Wandler. made 19 saves In the opening period. Richard La- londe tied the contest midway through the second period for Lethbridge and the clubs fought through t scoreless third frame. Leaf netminder Bay Miller made 28 naves. The Miple Leafs took nine of It minor penalties each club received a major resulting from i second period fight be- tween Leafs' Gary Kolralskl and Kings' Terry Tarnow. Meanwhile Steve McKnlght's unassisted goal at of sud- den-death overtime Sunday gave Edmonton Movers a S-2 with over the Sugar Kings. Edmonton's Terry Ewasluk sent Ihe gune Into overtime when he Mored with 33 sec- onds remaining In the third period. The Movers hail re- moved gor.lte Ray McLeod in favor of a sixth attacker. Ewasluk's first goal of the cm tbe Movers lead that stood until late in the sec- ond period when Ken Wilson tied the game for Lethbridge. Terry Tarnow gave Sugar Kings a 2-1 lead 29 seconds into the third period. McLeod made 32 saves in Ed- monton's nets while Warner Crawford stopped 30 at the Lethbridge nets. Edmonton took five of seven minor penalties and the teams split two majors. Meanwhile in Red Deer Tom Ball's second goal with 52 sec- onds remaining gave Calgary Mount Royal College Cougars a 3-2 win over Red Deer Rustlers In a league game Sunday be- fore fans. Cliff Hendrickson scored Ihe Cougar's other goal while Gregg Scott tnd BUI Hsynes re- plied for Red Deer. Deer goalie Graham Par- sons hud nn outstanding game making as saves compared with Id by the Cougars' MUte Lc- mlrc, Red Deer received seven of 12 penalties which included fighting majors 10 Ron Weil- and of Red Deer and Rick Alex- ander of Calgary. Cougars led 2-1 after the first period and the teams were tied 2-2 after nunutea. Ken Nelson's three goal ef- fort led Drumheller Falcons to a 5-3 victory over Cilgtry Can- ucks Sunday. Nelson's first goal came while his team win man short early in the first period. Ryan Wecker added the other Drumheller goals. The teams were tied 1-1 after the first and the Falcons led 4-1 after 40 minutes. Calgary marksmen Don Bastcott, with two, and Dm Bruce, who scored on power piny late in the third The Falcons took 12 of 18 minor penalties. Calgary goalie Danny Milton mndc 36 saves to 28 by Ross Friskco in DrumbcUer' II, THI UTHIMMt HMAIA HARNEY WINS AT SAN DIEGO Gray haired veteran Paul Harney sinks a 15-foot birdie putt on the 72-nd hole Sunday Ie win Ihe Andy Williams-Son Diego Open tournament. It Harney'i firat tour victory in teven years. French say move 'very deplorable9 Karl Schranz is disqualified SAPPORO, Japan (AP) Austrian ski officials plan to ap- peal the disqualification of Karl Schranz, Austria's former world skiing champion, from the 1972 Winter Olympic Games. "I can' believe said Dr. Karl Heinz Klee, president of to Austrian Ski Federation, after the 33-year-old Schranz was disqualified by the Interna- ilonal Olympic Committee for allowing his name to be used or commercial reasons. We'll launch any appeals that are possible against Klee said. French ski officials also were upset at the ruling. Maurice president of the French Ski Federation, called the deci- sion "very deplorable" and de- manded-a meeting of his group to discuss the situation. "I proposed In St. Moritz to both the Austrlans and the Ger- mans that we should withdraw our ski teams from Sapporo Vinter Games if only one of our skiers is said Cartel. "But they merely said t was a good idea and very but no decision was reached." There have been reports that ichranz, who was preparing to compete in his fourth Olympics, was earning to a year from his ski connections. The Austrian did not deny them, jul he contended he was being punished for a crime of which all athletes are guilty. 'The Russians are subsidized jy their own government and help from one source or an- he slid. 'It's an emphasis on the wrong principle. I think the Olympics should be a contest of all sportsmen with no regard for color, race or wealth. If Mr. Brundags (IOC presi- dent Avery Brundage) were not a millionaire he might have a different viewpoint." Schranz, the son of a poor railway worker who died young and left Schranz's mother to raise a family of five, was dis- qualified for allowing his name and photograph to be used for advertising an IOC spokesman said. The 84-year-old Brundage had threatened to take action against any Olympic competi- tors primarily skiers, who had broken Olympic regulations by receiving payments from com- mercial firms. Chamberlain top rebounder By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilt Chamberlain Is still get- ting revenge on BUI Russell. When Chamberlain broke into the National Basketball Associa- tion in 1959, he was recognized as the greatest scorer the league Irad ever Been, but was regularly slighted in ccmpari- sion with Russell, the belwether of Boston's NBA dynasty. Russell was hailed as the master shot-blocker, rebounder, and team leader, while Wilt (Minted to nil superior statistics Schranz won a silver medal at the 1B64 Olympics and finished first In the men's slalom In the 1968 Games, but was disquali- fied for missing a gate on his run. The disqualification caused considerable controversy. He appealed the ruling, but was turned down. Klee told a news conference that efforts would be made Tuesday to regain eligibility for the skiing star. 'We will try to file a petition for a be said, "and no other decision has been made at the moment in order to be in position to talk to tbe IOC session." However, he added: in vain. Sunday night, Chamberlain, now an elder statesman in the NBA at 33, broke Russell's car- eer rebounding record of while Los Angeles Lakers were pounding Portland Trail Blazers 153-131 at Loe Angeles. Elsewhere, Milwaukee edged Baltimore 116-112, Boston whipped Philadelphia 130-114, Chicago downed Detroit 109-99, Phoenix shaded Atlanta 105-103 and Buffalo nipped Cleveland 99-08. The Lakers' lie "As a preliminary measure, centre and captain broke of the Austrian skiing record in his 932nd both Alpine and Nordic, took Russell and went on not take part in official collect 24 rebounds and tomorrow." Asked about reports that Am- would withdraw its entire Saturday's scores: Boston if any skier were declared Detroit 112; New York 110 Mee said: "All possi- tle 106; Golden State 111 Phoenix 100; Cincinnati 120; are open." A lawyer, Klee termed himself "very surprised that on the land of newspaper articles, ru- Thsre were no ABA and hearsay, the highest during the weekend, body in the world has the East beat the West action in this case without Saturday night in the fifth the accused, Karl nual all-star TONIGHT! EXHIBITION VON HESS vi KAMATA vi 5 BIO BOUTS S2 SI. 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