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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Month 10, 197J ItTHMIDGE HERAID II Soutlnvest final repeat of last year ANDY CAPP IT'S ALMOST ASfcW AS CAY, PlTYTO WASTE1 Once again it's Lakers, Gaels head on By T.LOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "Docs history repeat Well If it does, the Stirling Lakers had better find a means to alter the course of events IIIEF UMPIRE 1 EDMONTON (CP) The ppointment of. Robert W. An-, erson of Edson as umpire-in-jhief of Hie Baseball Umpires >f Alberta was announced to-iay by Walter Cleland, presi-3ent of the Alberta Baseball Association. The BUA is the umpiring arm of the ABA. Anderson, 24, a lawyer, has wen an umpire for eight years. He is a former vice-president of Uie Alberta Baseball Umpires association, an organiza tion no longer recognized by the ABA. COOKE RESTING INGLEWOD, Calif. (API Jack Kent Cooke, multi-million aire owner of basketball's Angeles Lakers and hockey' Kings, has suffered a mino heart attack, his doctors reported today. The 60-year-old sports tycoon who came here after living fo many years in Toronto, was reported resting satisfactory condition at Darnel 'reeman Hospital, about a mile rom the Forum arena he built. VAN BURKLEO GOES HOME HAMILTON (CP) Bill Van iurkleo has given up ever find-ng a starting quarterback jot n the Canadian Football and has gone back iome to Tulsa seeking a career n television. SIGNED WEST -PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Atlanta Braves salt pitcher Pat Dobson signed his 1973 contract Friday on the eve of the club's spring exhibition opener today, leaving only one holdout, third baseman Darrell Evans. SAY NO PHOENIX, Ariz. CAP) The National League has voted 8 to 4 against the use of a designated hitter in exhibition baseball games, president Charles ('Chub') Feeney announced Friday. SIMPSONS bears COMPLETE 4 WHEEL BRAKE OVERHAUL Kodiaks enter final VANCOUVER (Special) Last year the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks sought the 4-West basketball cr-.ampionship, they tmmd Trin- Western College directly in their path. The same challenge as in 72 is facing the Kodiaks this me around. Friday evening in Vancouver the Kodiaks and Trinity chalk- ed up easy victories to ad- ance to the final of the WVest hampipnships. Trinity gathered a 20 point lalf lime lead and went on to hump Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences of Saskatoon 108 60. Meanwhile, the Kodiaks led 42-10 at the iolf and finished with an im- pressive 96 30 victory over led River Community College of Winnipeg. Trinity and the Kodiaks meet tonight with the winner heading for Toronto next weekend for the Dominion finals. For the Kcdiaks Friday Gary Williams led the way with 20 points while Dwighl White chipped in with 15. Curt Wol- sey and John JasuMewicz man- aged 14 apiece. Eric Springman, with 16 and Scott Gordon, with 10, paced Bed River. The game itself was stoppily- piayed as the disorganize Red River club kept Ihe Kodiaks off balance roost of the evening. Kodiak-coach Tom Karren expressed his concern about to- night's game. "I'm almost positive Trinity will come at us with a ball control game. They will try to keep the ball away from us." Kodiaks faced a ball control effort in the Alberta final against Calgary Mount Royal but were able to adjust. In the Trinity victors1, Al Nueman and Greg Kimball sparked the attack with 17 and 16 points respectively. For Saskatoon, who trailed 55-35 at the half, Len Peters hooped 19 while Gene McWttlie contributed 16. The game was fast but Sas- katoon displayed poor shoot- Trinity is a good, steady ball club and Friday night saw each member of the club hit the scoresheet. prior to the southwest zone "B" vatch as the Lakers had no joys' basketball championship final tonight. The Lakers will meet bead on with the Coaldale Kate An- drews Gaels for the second straight year for the zone title and a berth into the provincial finals. Last year, the same two clubs reached the championship fina and the Gaels came away with a slim 4M7 victory over the Lakers. Both clubs advanced to the championship round once again as they posted easy victories in their semi-final matches Fri- day night. Last night a large gather- ing at the University of Leth- bridge witnessed a pair of predictable outcomes. The defending champion Gaels whipped the Claresholm Cobras 5G-34 in the first semi i n a 1 encounter while Lakers followed with an pressive 60-42 decision over the hapless Fort Macleod Flyers. In the first contest, the Gaels held a slim 11-9 lead after the first quarter but poured it p in the second and carried an in surmountable 32-19 the dressing room at halftime. They continued to show their over-powering strength in ths second half and just trotted to the victory by taking a 45-22 lead at the end of the third quarter. Ed Dick came up with a bril- liant individual effort for the Gaels hooping 25 big points in the win. Glen Schuler and Jim Toone paced the Cobras' weak attack with 14 and 13 points re- spectively. The Gaels mustered up an overall field goal shooting av- erage of 38 per cent while the Cobras hit on 31 per cent of their attempts. Gaels also led on the foul line firing in 55 per cent ot their shots while the Cobras man- aged to score only 22 per cent of their tries. Turnovers were 17-14 in fa- vor of the Gaels. Meanwhile the Stirling Lakers simply out-classed the Fort Macleod Flyers in Hie sec- ond semi-final game ot the eve- a disappointing ai mug. It was right boring game No Down Payment on Your all purpose Account Our complete sevice assures that you brakes will perform os new. Fully licensed mechanics guarantee complete satisfaction. HERE'S WHAT WE DO Turn all 4 drvmt. IniTall new bonded linhigi arced (ft fit drum circumference. Imptcl all wheel cyTinden, Inipeet mailer cylinder and lines. Re-pack frorrt wheel bearings. flood test Free mile brafca adjuirment. Disc Service Extra. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ONLY CALL 328-9231 Coss coaches prison team MONTREAL (CP) A hockey team in nearby Laval, coached by Dick Coss, former National Hockey scout, plays nearly all its games on home ice. The learn 15 made up of prisoners at St. Vincent do Paul penitentiary and the only time they gel to play away games is when they compete against other pena! institutions. Coss, a National Hockey League scout for eight years with Detroit Bed Wings anil five with Pittsburgh Pen- guins, said he decided io coach the loam to show his appreciation to hockey. Coss and his assistants feet some of the players are good enough to consider becoming professional hockey players when they complete their sen- tences. Coss said he took the job last September because .'it was a great challenge." Treviiio still leads golf event MIAMI (AP) Lee Trevino slipped slightly from his fantas- tic opening pace but fashioned a two-under-par 70 and retained a trong, four-stroke lead Friday n the second round o! the 100 Doral-Easlcrn Open golf ournament. Trevino, who had an incred- be 64 in Thursday's opening round, posted a 36-hole total of 34-10 under par on Ihe 'ard Blue Monster Course at he Doral Country Club. His four-stroke margin over nod Curl matched the biggest ;wo-round lead of the year on the pro tour. "That's about the only Hung I'm happy said Trevino, winner of the rich Jackie Glea- son tournament just two weeks second quarter and then took shooting average with 21 points while Spencer Zaujg chipped in with 14 and Scott Pcrrett 13. Len Zoeteman notched 13 points In the Flyers' 24.6 per cent shooting average while teammate Peter McElhaney added 11. The Flyers shot slightly bel- ter from the foul lines as they picked off 61 per cent of their attempts compared tu the Lakers' 59 per cent average. Flyers' also committed 28 costly turnovers the Lakers gave up the hall on lii occasions. In final round action tonight, the Gaels and Lakers will meet for the championship final at p.m. while the Cobras and Flyers hit the' floor at p.m. in the third place title af- fair. Both games will be staged at the U of L gymnasium. HOOP SHOTS Prior to the start of the tourney I predict- ed four tourney favorites and three of them were eliminated after their initial outing Coaldale still remains in the running though and I believe a seven-point victory is in store for them tonight barring any mishaps, like an injury to Ed Dick Perhaps I was a little harsh on the Flyers and a little short on praising the Lakers but that's the way I saw it. By GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. a tough quiz you can have iome fun with Thera are now 10 nick- Concentration Ed boskei B Boy: d Dick (32) of ihe Kale Andrews Gaels is all concentralian as he heads for.the Friday night. Dick and his mates dropped Cloresholm Cobras in the Soulhwes '5' semi-final. Dick hooped 25 points as the Gaels earned a berth in the f n a I against Stirling Lakers, tonight at the University of Lelhbrldge at 8 30, Blazers trounce Quebec Orr back in liiie-up I Thera are now 10 nick- i names of sporls 1oami that 1 are duplicated in ihe niajm I pro sportt in- (stance, with two learns sharing that nickname (Buffalo of the National Bas- ketball Association and Al- _ lanta of the National base- 1 ball league) Now see if I you can name the other nine I nicknames that are shared by two different ten mi in the major pro -sports leagues Here's the "Rockels" (Houston, NBA and Denver, American Basketball Associa- tion) "Rangers" (New York, National Hockey League and Texas, American baseball league) "Jets" (New York, I National Football League and I I Winnipeg, World Hockey As-1 I sociation) "Raiders" (Oak- I land, Nfi and Mew York, WKA) "Cardinals" (St. .aim In both the NfL and Na- Honal baseball league) "Cougars" (Carolina, ABA and Chicago, "Oilers" I (Houston, NFL ond Alberla, I WHA) "Giants" (New I York, NFL and San Francisco, Notional baseball league) and "Kings" (Los Angeles, NHL and Kansai City-Omaha, ago. "I didn't play nearly as good as I did yesterday. Defending champion Jack Nicklaus, the man considered most, likely to walk off with the first prize, all hut shot himself out of it. Nicklaus took a 71 his highest score of the year. He was two under par for the day before the round was held up for half-hour by a thunder-shower, I hen played his last 15 holes four over Al 143, Nicklaus a distant nine strokes hack of Trevino. Curl had a 6S before the dark grey clouds rolled in with after noon showers and drizzle. His 138 lotal put him me stroke ahead of Dave Hill and Bobby Mitchell. Mitchell had a 68 and Hill 69. The group at 140 included Jerry McGee, Tom Weiskopf, Homero Blancas, Bob Barba- rossa and Buddy Allin, winner of last week's Citrus Open. Blar.cas1 06 was the day's best round. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Just when everybody starts tli inking Bobby, Orr is on his last leg, the Boston super defen- ceman puts on another perform- ance to show his- last leg is all ID needs to keep going. Orr took a knock oa his weak kiiee last Saturday in Montreal and missed the Bruin's National Kockey League game Sunday in Boston while he went back to consult the doctor who per- formed surgery on the knee last summer. But Ihe 24-year-old Boston st ar was back in uniform Wednesday and Friday he scored his 20th goal and 60! h as- iist Io tlie Bruins to a 3-2 victory over Ihe Flames at At- nvsspH more than a lanta. Orr, SERVICE STATION HOURS: I Io 6 p.m. Doily Thursday and Friday until p.m. Cenlre Villoae 2nd Ave. and IJlh SI. N. Stampede Wrestling TABER CIVIC CENTRE MONDAY, MAR. 12 8.30 p.m. N. A. TITLE BOUT: ABDULLAH vs TOR K A MAT A ARCHIE "5TOMPER" GOUID1E v. LENNIE HURST THE VIKING Vi BHAFONTE INTL. TAG CH'SHIP 13 Wreillen 6 Exciting Materiel Wnlcli STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TVI montli at the start of ttic season f.'lulc recovering from the knee surgery, was playing in only liis 52nd game of the season. The Bruins have played 67 games. In the only other game Frl- VANCOUVER i BUFFALO J First Period I. Buffalo, Ho'ton 1. Vancouver, Boudrlas 25, 3- Vancouver, Lalonde 16 CGuevre- irvonl, Lemieux) Penalties: Prall 7 2fi, Tallon SchmsutI, HiH- msn 13.02, Bcxtdy Wright Crflllon Second period 4 Bullalo, Per- result 24 'HorlorO 5. Vancou- ver. aoudrtas 26 (Kearm, Penalties schmautr day night, Vancouver Canucks upset Buffalo Sabres 5-2. Philadelphia Blazers, clinib- iiig steadily out of obscurity in the World Hockey Association, punctuated their arrival in a contending position Friday with then- biggest scoring outbursts of the season. Centre Andre LacroLx scored three times and added three as- sists in leading Uie Blazers to an 11-3 victiry over Quebec Nordiques. Two other teams Iia3 pre viously reached 11 goals in one game but the Blazers' psrforai ance was the more remarkable in view of the fact they lost 1 of their first 20 games Ihis sea son. In other games Friday, New England beat Cleve- land Crusadcrs E 4, and Los An- geles Sharks stopped Houston Aeros 5-1'. The Blazers, strengthening their hold on third place in Uie Eastern Division, fired 53 shots at Nordiques goalies Serge Au bry and Richard Brodeur, in eluding 17 in the first period I'hcn they look a 3-2 lead. LAWSON HAS 5! Don Herriman and Brya Campbell each scored twice an Don O'Donoghua, Danny son. Don Burgess and Johnn McKenzie got one each for th Blazers. Lawson, tte league-feadin goal-scorer with his 54th, als had five assists. Andre Gaudeltc, Alain Caron and Bob Guindon scored for th Nordiques who remained in last place in the East. I Has any tcom thai was NOT 1 ranked anywhere in the top I 0 in the basketball ever wan tho NCAA championship? basketball Oddly I enough, the answer is yes I California, not ranked in ihe lop 10 In 1959, won ihe NC- AA tournament that season, I and City College of New YorV, I unranked in ths lop 10, did I it in 1950. j i I bet you didn't know Xirk's I Old Tire Round-up is on! we're anxious to gel all of trie worn ovt we can for our I retread department which 1 means YOU can gel iKe best tire deal ever right now on Pcrreault Pratt I Ion 13 (Boddy. Wilkins) Van- couver, Wilkins 8 (KurtCflbach) penally Kearns Shots on Qoal by Buffalo 1> M Vancouver 12 13 BOSTON 3 ATLANTA 1 First Period I. Atlanta, Comeau 3D (Rocheforl, 3, Bos- ton, Orr ?3 (Roberts, Sheppard) Penalties None. Second Period 3. Boslon, Shep- pard 31 [Orr) 4. Boston, Bucyk 34 12: penalties Richard tilJ, Hrdqe Romanclv.'ch Third Pcricd 5. Atlanta, Bennell IS (Price) Penaltk, O'Reilly, Rkhard majors on qsal by illar'a KARATE TONIGHT! Orr Karate Studio's 6th ANNUAL TOURNAMENT to decide the SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHAMPIONSHIP Lethbridge Community College Gym Commencing 7 O'clock ADMISSION: Adulls Sludunli Children under 6 yeori of age and pensioner! FREE See the Action! Come on Ouf I Sea KIRK'S for j Ihe BBI! Deal for Every I 1 XIRK'S i TIRE SALES LTD. j "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAl Dsoler 13 IOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU I 1621 3rd i Ave. S. I PHONE 0 327-5985 KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 KIRK'S TWE (TABER) LTD. 6201 SOIri Avenue I Fhenii 323-3441 I ;