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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Locals advance to Vancouver Monday, Mimh 3, 1973 THE HERALD 9 Kodiaks pushed limit by Cougars' efforts By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Jack Kenyon, coach ot the Mount Royal College Cougars, had the right idea Saturday night. And he came oh so close lo pulling it olf. Kenyon's Cougars met thg Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks in the final ol the Al- berta College Athletic Confer- ence Basketball League as he had planned. But like it has been said "the best laid plans of mice' anc Kenyon and his total plan fell pust siiort of realization. Wolsey rests Curt Wolsey of the Lelhbridge Comunity College Kodiaks takes a quick breather with Mount Royal Cougars' Pauf Hayes checking him Saturday night. Wolsey hooped 17 points as the Kodiaks downed the Cougars 64-54 lo win ths Alberto College title. Theoiii, Proell in ski lead STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE, Que. (CP) Italian skier Gus- tavo Thoeni and Austrian Anne- Maric Proell continued their for three consecutive Cup titles during the drive World weekend with each taking one 'irsl-place finish. Thoeai, in second spot before :he races at Mont Ste. Anne, overtook David Zwilling of Aus- tria and Roland Collombin ot Switzerland to take the lead with 154 points by winning the slalom Sunday. Miss Proell, who aggravated an old injury in the slalom race Saturday, all but clinched her third "World Cup, winning the gi- ant slalom Friday. She now has 278 points while leam-male Monika Kaserer is second with 162 points. Thoeni, who placed 35th in the giant slalom, covered the sla- lom course Sunday in times of 51.00 seconds and 47.59 seconds for a time of one minute 38.59 seconds. His win came after French skier Claude Perrot, who recorded the best time in the 'irst run, was disqualified. for missing a gate near the start of the 55-gate course. Perrot, one of the few French skiers participating after the French team was disbanded last week, led by almost iti seconds after the first run and his total was Have never lost in Wimbley final Hotspurs' record intact LONDON (Router) ham Hotspur maintained its record of never having lost a Wembley Cup final when they beat Norwich City 1-0 Saturday to became the first club to win the English League soccer cup twice in the 13 years since it's inception. But Tottenham, winners two years ago, had to wait until substitute Ralph Coales scored the only goal after 72 minutes before edging Norwich. Coates came on when John Pratt was injured in the 24th minute to add life to a lack- lustre Tollenham side. His match winner lifted the gloom of a cap3cily crowd of '100.000. The London club now lias won all seven major Cup finals dur- ing Bill Nicholson's managerial reign. The Tottenham-Norwich clash lacked the excitement of the league action ns Liverpool, Ar- senal and Leeds United battled for the First Division champion- ship, SCORES BOTH GOALS Liverpool, the leaders, won 2- 0 against Everton with England International Emlyn scoring both goals. Hughes Arsenal, trailing Liverpool on goa! averages, edged Sheffield United 3-2. Arsenal's Clarie George matched the United scoring efforts of Alan Wood- ward and Jim Bone before Eng- land World Cup slar Alan Ball scored the 8Cth minute winner. Third-placed Leeds 'United won then- Cup quarter-final re- hearsal against league cham- pions Derby County 32. Leeds tied the game with two P'etcr Lorimer penalties and Allan Clarke grabbed the winner in the 71st minute. Alan Durban and Kevin Hector were on tar- for Derby. Leeds trails Arsenal by four points, but have three matches in hand over the Londoners and two on Liverpool. At the other end of the table, Manchester United jumped two places up the league ladder by beatine tailenders West Bromw- ich Albion 2-1. Jeff Astle's first goal of tlie season put Albion ahead on Ure 33th minute, but Brian Kidd lied it immediately and Scottish International Lou Macari snatched the winner two min- utes after the interval. Birmingham City gainprl a useful point 'with a goal-less draw against Chelsea. Calgary Cascades fall hi a pair VANCOUVER Broncos trampled Calgary cacfes 98-87 Saturday night to take the best-ot-three western Canadian senior men's basket- ball championship in two straight gamsa. The Broncos were Derek Sankcy, who led had points. Bob Barazzuol and Brent Watson each had ]7. Bob Moms had 24 points lo lead Calgary, while Wayne Thomas and Dan Quance had 12 each. The Broncos led 46-37 at halftime. Surrey now advances to (ho Canadian championship at Wolivillc, N.S. next weekend. Manchester City was ham- mered 5-t by Wolverhampton Wanderers. Irish International Derek Dougan scored three goals and John Richards had tivo. The Second Division promo- iioit race in now virtually set- tied with Burnley and Queen's Park Rangers almost certain to go up. Burnley, 1-0 winners against Swindon Town Friday, arc two points clear of the Rangers with Fulham and As- ton Villa lied seven points be- lli nd. The Rangers beat. Carlisle United 3-1, while Fulham edged Aslon Villa 3-2. Bollon Wanderers regained the Third Division leadership with a 3-1 victory over Walsall to go one point ahead of Bournemouth. Charlton Athletic wnj whip- ped 5-0 by Plymouth Argyle in another Third Division clash. There was no change at the top of Ore Scottish League First Division with the three chid contenders, Glasgow Rangers, Glasgow Celtic and Hibernian an winning. A goal five minutes from time byjoe Mason gave the Rangers a 2-1 victory over St. Jphnstone. Celtic, champions the last seven years, kept within one point o[ Rangers by beating Aberdeen 2-0. The Cougars played the show- down encounter at half speed but came out on ihe short end of a M-54 count. In the consolation final Cam- rose Lutheran College bounced Red Deer Kings 80-58. Kodiaks, who led by a mere four points, 25-21 at halftime, shook off the effect of the Mount Royal stall, and with their vic- tory advance lo the 4-W.est championship in Vancouver this coming weekend. Kodiaks de- fending 4-West champions, will meet teams from British Col- umbia, Saskatchewan and Man- itoba in a single-knockout af- fair. The winner in Vancouver will advance lo the Canadian final. "I would have bet money lhat was what they were going to said Jack Linderman, Kodiaks' assistant coach. Linderman made his remarks at halflime with the holding a less than secure lead. It looked as though the stall had the Kodiaks stymied. The Kodiaks, through 14 league gomes and Friday's playoff against Red Deer, had little trouble with other ACAC clubs, particularly in 'Hie second half. At the eight-minute mark of he second half, with the score To the showers Kodiak coach Tom Karren is on his way to the show- ers after file locals defeated Royal Cougars 64-54 Saturday night to win the Alberta College Athletic Con- ference lille. Karren wasn't the only one 1o hit the show- ers after victory. at 31-31, Kodiak Kancn called a deadlocked coach Tom time out. The Kodiaks quickly went irto a half court press and :hrew the Cougars' strategy completely out of whack. Kodiaks, led by Curt Wolsey, scored 10 straight. points to ake a 41-31 lead. They main- lined their 10-polnt advantage to win going away. Wolsey finished the game with 17 points while Gary Wil- iams chipped in with 14 and Bruce Jtillis, 10. Dwight White lit for nine before leaving for an early shower with five fouls. White had his troubles with player control calls. WHITE STUJIPED Friday night he left with 52 minutes left in the game. Sat- urday night there was only a couple but the young centre was still shaking his head at the conclusion oE Saturday's en- counter. "I just don't get he said. For the Cougars, in their fin- est performance of the year, Phil Letham hit for 16 points while Ted Hellard chipped in with 12 and Al Simpson 11. In tlie consolation final Dennis Sereda and Glen Olsen combined to sink the Kings. Sereda hooped 22 points while Olsen canned 21. Doug Baker, coming off a 28- wint outing Friday against the