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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Williams brilliant in pacing to yip-cg was killed Saturday mor- a ing. t As a result of Hie death of 2-yccr old John Suhooncnverg c lie first game Saturday eve- ing, between [he Rebels and 1 he Institute of Applied Sciences of Saskatoon, was ancellcd. Kodiaks M on Hie western rown willi n convincing 131-03 triumph over Trinity Col-cgc Spartans ot Langlcy B.C. The liost Kodiaks put on nnm 9 No stopping Kod PAT SI 'I.I IVAN .nosed, all-out basketball player Tli-nlil -iiwrls Writer nni1 Solurdny night best exem-pllticd the young man's talon 5-Tterc is an eld saying tlia t.ethbridpe Community the Kiiinn gels lough the lege Kodiaks won the western otitjh get poinq. Canada two-year college bas-flarv" Is a hard- kctbnll (ille in grand in r ivcr the weekend and Williatiio tlie spark, "rajjrily marred Ilio 4-Wesl Kinipionships hosted by the: KOI as a spectator travel- 1 with (lie Ked River Com- i mi lily College Rebels of Win- fill display of scoring ower over the two-day Friday evening Ihe Kodiaks I lasted the Rebels of Winnipeg, 38-44 in an over-powering per-ormance. Spartans advanced o the final of the single-knock-ut championships wilh a 01-59 -in over the Saskatchewan lampions. Coach Tom Karren of the Codiaks indicated that his club s ould be up for their gam-s ith Trinity and up they were. "Trinity beat us twice in their j wn backyard and we wanted c said Karren. Kodi- j iks got just, they were ookitig for. j With Williams spearheading he attack with 35 points the j ocals stormed to a 71-38 half- ime lead and never looked jack. Friday night Williams ami Mcc Dudas combined lo score 55 points, each hooping 28. Saturday night Dudas added 2ft vhile Curt Wolsey followed Williams with 23, Kcndon Eakett am Bruce Millis managed 11 ami respectively. Rudy Seimens put on a one-man show for the visiting Spar-ans as he rattled the back-joards for 38 poir.ts, 22 ot wiich came in the last half when the Langley club were fighting an uphill struggle that was to fal! short. Dale McDonald chipped in with 18, Harry Jesse with 16 and Al Theisscn wilh 15 as the Spartans ontscored the Kodiaks 65-60 in Ihe second half but could not overcome the 33-point halfway deficit. LOTS OF VOULS Kodiak? picked up 27 personal fouls and one technical and lost the services of Williams late in the game. Spartans, on the other hand, also got the nod on 27 infractions but they proved to have more of an effect on the outcome as Siemens, McDonald and Al Newman look early showers. Williams capped his brilliant performance with 18 rebounds Saturday night. Wolsey hauled n 17 and Millis 15. Kodiaks hit for a 56 percent average from the field and 76 percent from the foul line. Dudas led the way at the charity strip wilh a sin-for-six show-ing. Williams hit on and Eakett six-of-seven. From tho field Williams hit for 14 of 20. HOOP SHOTS Rumor has it (hat the Kodiaks would like to challenge for a national title if there is snch Referees Hick Patterson and Norm kept things running smoothly over the two days of action Gary Williams is just another in the long line of outstanding basketball players who got their start in Raymond Coach Tom Karren promised a wha3c of a ball game Saturday night and Ihe packed-house saw just that It was quite a climax to a season of exhibition games, not having a league to play in A league will be formed and the Kodiaks will take part n e x year Kodiaks were never beaten three times by any team during Ihe year including the American colleges (he locals mel. KODIAKS 131, SPARTANS 16) Kotffaks Eakert n, tfossef i Dudas 30. Jame-s fl. Pard, Blogor-dov t, Willis 10, Frank Wols-y ?3, HIE son 6. 35, Wosnack 6. Tola 131. Sparta.ni Gaver, Jesss li, Theb 15, Ncwmann 3, KMiMn i. Harder McDonald 13, Hack 4, 2, Sle 35, Total Alberta The Lellibridge Collegiate Intitule Clipper Queens w i 1 1 eign as Alberta "A" Girl's askclball champions for anoth-r year as they successfully de-jnded their title in the finals staged in Medicine at over Ihe weekend. Three teams from Calgary, wo from Edmonton and one ac i from Lelhbridge and Mod-cine Hat. ook part in a two-lay modified single-krDckout ourncy which determined the rovincia c lampions, St. Francis, St. Mary's, and jtrcst Manning represented Calgary while Bonny Doon and Jasper Place travelled south rom Edmonton. Clipper Queens, who have con the Alberta title three imes in (lie past four years a itured thn playoff tourney rith three straight In their opener they bounced Calgary St. Francis 53-30 bc-linc Deb Borzal's 14-point champs Sue Gash and Val Orr added 13 and 32 points respectively. Carol Wailc hepped 10 poinU in a losing cause. In Iho semi-finals, Ihe Clipper Queens waxed Edmonton Jasper Place Rebels 52-36. Borzel topped the Clipper Queens again wiUi 13 points while Gash and Orr chipped in wiUi 10 apiece. The Clipper Queens picked up a 12-7 leatl after the first quarter of plr.y ami went on to dmb Calgary St. Mary's 49-34 in the championship final. At halftiine (he local girls-took a 25-15 le.id and increased it lo 43-24 after the t li i r d quarter. Boree! paced tlie Clipper Queens for IJic Iliiri! straight lime notching 16 points while Orr and Sandra Knight aided wiUi eight pcinls each. Freida Jfenner rimmed 10 points for St. Deer risils next Sunday, joals and Ken Wilson got Ihe one Lcthbridge goal. Red Deer led 3-1 after tho irst period and extended the eaci to 7-1 going into the final minutes. Phil "Wandler in the Lethbridge net made 23 saves while Graham Parsons and Keith De-aney combined to make pair tops in the Red Deer net. Par-ons suffered a cut on bis hand vith seven minutes left in the ;ame. Red Deer look H of 20 pen-ilties with each team assessed wo majors, Mark Severyn of picked up a mis-onducl. Saturday a goal by Dale Bingham at of the third >eriod lifted Red Deer Rust-ers lo a 3-3 lie with the Sugar Kings in the opening game of he bcst-of-scven semi finals Darryl Wallis and Dale Lewis scored the other Red Deer goals. Randy Andreachuk, Chris McMasters, and Ken Wilson shared the Lethbridge scoring. Lethbridge goalie Phil Wand-lar had an outstanding game making 31 saves, many from close range. Gratiam Parsons of Red Deer stopped 30 shots. The Sugar Kings receiver of five minor penalties. Wallis gave the Ruslers a 1-0 ead wilh a power-play at of the first period and Andreachuk tied it 2-1 at of the second. Red Deer went Sugar DKKR iSpeciilP-Lncli t'onsisU'm'y v.liii'h hampered t IP .elhhridju.' Kuear Kings all rn a majority of ihoir ran rips ;.iruck ajttln t li i s .Sa i rdiiy nisht Ihe S u c a r Kings opened their best of seven .lutiim' H n c k P y playoif tr es against the Red Door Pus -ers with a respectable 3-3 tic. Sunday they fell back and were thrasltsxl w bio i Rave the Rustlers a l-o lead j in lite series with one gnmc tied. The first club (lint amasses eight poinls or more wins after Aeries anrl moves on to the round. Sunday, Wallice scored three times to lead the Rust-ers to their 7-1 victory over he Sugar Kinjjs. Bill Haynes, Dale Lewi s, Terry Wittchen and Wilf Foorrl scored the oilier Red CAFF Lctliurirlge A.C.T. Bantam teps took a three-goal lead in heir two-game total point M-herta Bantam championship wilh Ked Deer Sunday as they stopped their guests 5-2. Meanwhile in Camrose, Lelri-iritige Midget Elks were bounced 6-2 in Ihe first game of i two-game, total-goal scries for the provincial Midget crown. Darrei Osmond. Ron Moscr. Da e Nesting, Rick Collier and Mike Bovclmk scored for A.C.T. as nicy leti 1-0 and 3-2. Trevor Bamforcl and Ales Frank replied for Bed Deer. Next game in the series is set for Red Deer, Saturday March 25. Bernie Syrenne and Reg Osmond scored for the Elks. Next game in that series goes at Adams Ice Centre this coming Saturday at Lethbridge Tilarlands took fl solid seven goal lead in the firs! game of a two-game total-goal provincial playoff series against Fort Macleod Sunday. The host Marlands skated to an 8-1 after holding period scores of 1-1 and 5-1. Earl Ingarfield and Randy S v re n n e notched two goals apiece for the Jtarlands while Dwaine Lowe, Harvie Pocza, Tim Richards and Darren Ra-mago added singles. Marcel Plonrdi replied for Fort Macleod, who mil host the fina match Ijetwecn the. two c ubs Thursday night at p.m. After a scoreless first perioc the Totems came alive and waxed the Bisons 8-2 in Pee action Saturday. Tom Borgwal and Greg Magyar tallied twice for the Totems w lile Micheal McLane, Dale Kiminski, Dennis Taylor and Harvey Wichers chipped in with singles. Blair .N'yrose and Fred Thompson replied for the Bisons, la auolhcT Fee Wee contest Bob Odney scored two goals to lead the Tigers to a 3-2 victory over the Andy Kessler adiled one narkcr while Frank K o g I e r and Terry Hamilton scored for the Falcons Kevin Hunt, Kevin Miller and Terry Baity rammed in goa! apiece and paced the Rangers x> a 3-2 win over the Cougars in Bantam "B" play. In a Bantam "B" exhibition match Mauro Cattoni tallied two markers to lift the Bruins to a 3-3 draw wilh the Pee Wee Kings. Brian Wright chipped in. wilh onn goal while Jeff Tskcyasu, David Miskulin end Terry Al-bush handled the scoring. In another Bantam "B" affair, the Ramblers came up with two third period goals and tied Iho Kings 2-2. Terry McNeely and Rod Ross cored for the Ramblers while Ron Opyr and Brian Miller cored for the Kings. Ivno Fravlin gave the Blades 1-0 lead for two periods, but (eith Johnson blasted one in he third to give tho Mustangs a 1-1 stalemate Saturday night in Bantam "B'J 5p 'AS THS BUXE BEVJAVEb AN1 KEPT ID C_WSEUFJ L i n xk IRE !MI i AFYlSKSAR' V SOLEMNW "5 'E FISCJSJ. SPORT credited to Lewis >vhicl was actually fired into the Lethb ridge net by Wilson who was trying to clear the puck. McMasters and Wilson score( a minute apart midway through the final period to give Lethbridge a 3-2 lead. The series resumes next Sunday and Monday in Lcthbridge, Meanwhile in Edmonton the Calgary Canucks made it one game each in an Alberta Ju-n or Hockey League semi-final series with a 5-2 win over Edmonton Maple Leafs Sunday. The Canucks scored two goals in the first Wi minutes of play and stayed ahead behind the 4I-save goaltendirjg of Frank Gppich. Mark Lomenda, John Snod-grass, Warren Cook, Dan Man-dryk and Dale Elosehuk did tiie Calgary scoring as the Canucks took a 3-1 first period lead into the third period and wrapped things up with an empty-net goal in the final seconds of tire game. Craig Styles and Dave Kliine scored for the Maple Leafs. Saturday the Maple Leafs broke a three-year jinx in Alberta Junior Ffockey League playoff action by trouncing Calgary Canucks 7-3. Jim Carr got two goals for the Maple Leafs with the others by Dave Rhine, Craig Styles, Darel Zelinski, Ted Edmund-son and- Lcs Drcwieki. Dan Mandryk, Dennis Ol instead and SVarren Cook scored for the Canucks, who finished the regular season in second place. The fourth place Maple Leafs, who had not won a playoff game since the 1968-69 season when they were playing Lethbridge Sugar Kings, out-shot Calgary LEAGUE Eastern Division L T F A PI 49 10 10 IE9 Ita lea New York 45 W 11 392 1SI 101 Montreal 41 14 13 763 lit 95 Toronto 30 77 T2 181 ISO n Delrc t 29 32 9 J16 230 67 Buffalo 13 41 15 177 340 41 Vancouver 17 44 6 }W 253 40 Wwlrrn Dlvfjicn WEST DIVISION rthkSfM Jl 17 H m 7J 23 21 10 177 1J3 76 Sf. t-CUJS 25 ?6 9 22.5 S1) Philadelphia 23 Ji 11 171 ?11 57 Ca rfornla 30 33 1( m 254 56 P HsburgTi 31 37 10 183 W) 5i Lo5 la 45 7 177 268 43 LEADERS! G A PIS. EjpoMlo, B .59 62 121 NY 44 i3 10? Crr, B 32 7J 104 Harffield, NY 43 51 94 IJY -11 J] 94 F. Mahovlcfl, M 35 Bl ft. Hull, C 41 33 81 Caurnoyer, M JI 30 71 Bticyk, B 77 4J Slaril c-ld, B 11 49 71 HOCKEY SCORES SUNDAY Ch cago 3 Delroif 2 Toronto Minnesota 1 PiMsburgh 4 Boston A California 7 New 3 American Boston 1 Tidewater fJova S col fa 4 Baltimore 1 Cincinnafl 2 Providence 1 Richmond 7 Hershey 2 S Cleveland T Ccn ral Oklahoma City 4 Fort V.orih J Omaha 7 Tulss 3 Denver 4 Porlland t Infernal! anal For Toledo MusXerjoo 3 Port Huron 2 4 Columbus 3 DCS J Flint 3 Eastern Syracuse 5 New Haven 1 Syracuse Itods bcst-of-seven quar-fer-fnal 2-0 CMnton leads besl-of-seven quarterfinal 2-1 ST. Petersburg J Charlotte J St. Pefersb rg leadi twif-of-ieven quar er-final ?H Western tnferratloral SpnVans wini best-cf-ieven leml-lf nal Yorkron I 1 York fen leads iem -ft na M Kildffnan 7 51. James i Kildonan leadi bcsf-or-seven semMIna 1-0 DaupMn ft Oauphln leads fceif-orsaven leml -final 1-0 Saskatchewan Junior Prlrvce Albert 8 Melville 5 sein -linal 1-1 Homboldl 5 SasValocri X Humholdf wins fccst-of. seven final 40 VVn'.trn Canada SaskalKSt S Switr Current J Winnipeg i Flin F 3 Edmonfcn I Medicine Hat 8 Vancouver 1 Brandon 8 Calgary J AlbesJa Junior Red Deer 7 Lethbrldge 1 Red Deer leads besf-of-sevM iem -Final T-0, cne game tied Calgary Canucks 5 Leafi 1 Besl-of-seven semi-final ted M Alterrs S Ca qary 1 Alberta fltfvances ro SATURDAY New York i Detroil J Pitlsborgh 6 Bcston i Chicago 1 f.'cnrreel t Toronfo CflfiJornia 1 St. Lcufs 4 Philfld-lphla 2 LO! Angeles 5 Buffalo 3 American Tidewater 5 1 Bairimore 3 Springfiertf Da fas 9 Omaha 2 Kansas City 4 Tulsa t Fort Worth 5 OfclafiDma CIfy 1 Wei fern Pwlland 3 Sslt Lake J San Disqo 4 Photnlx 3 Seaffle 5 Denver 3 rnlernalional MuiVeejon 3 Fort Wayne 1 Co umbus 3 Port Huron 3 Fl nf 4 Day ton 3 Ocj koines 4 Toledo Eaifern JoJinifov.'n 4 C I In ton 3 Jolinsfown leads ti infcrnaflonti Hclsco 4 1 Nclswi leads besf-of-sevefl jeml-flnil 7 Spokane 4 besl-of KVM final 11 Sajkakhewan Junior S 3 Melville eatfi beil-ot-aeven tern final 2-1 Humboldt 7 S Humboldt leads lemT-inal 30 Weilern Canada Flln Flon 3 Regloa S Victoria 3 Albcrfa Junler Lefhbridgft 3 Red Dppr 3 Firsf cams of je mi-fin a) Edmonton Leafs 7 Calgary S Edmonton Jeadi -final vo BASKETBALL SATURDAY T1BA Phoenix 110 Hew YwV 1M Houslofi 171 ICO ASA Flcflrffar.S PiUsbuJ-qh Carolina 122 Indiana 117 Hew York 137 Denver 114 Utah 111 V rgln'a 110 DAllat 95 Memphis 91 Canadian Senior Mm Wolfville Al Vancouvsr 7 Winnipeg 95 Calgary 73 Cnmdian Senior Worn in USC 70 SalnJ John IB Vicforfa 55 Edmwitcn 30 nf jolim 64 London 46 Canadian Junior Wemifi Hamllfon 55 Vanccuver Al 55 Vancouver 43 Hamllfon (A Grand Prafrla M Winnipeg 63 Oglhcusfa r Alberta Winston Churcliil! Griffins travelled lo Calgary over the weekend and the trip was v-ell worth it as thev brought home the Alberta "B" Girl's basketball championship title. Tic Griffins captured first place In the 10-lcam two-day modified sirgle- knockout playoff tairncv staged at Queen Elizabeth High School Friday and Saturday. Ten Alberta fcones which include representatives from Medicine Hat, Vulcan Ca -gary, Delburn, Viking, St. St. Albert, Grand Prairie, Ed-monfon and Lctlibridge took part in the two-day affair. The Alberta (itle, which eluded the Griffins last year was bound to come lo sooner or later. Last year the lost lo Lacombe in thr championship final in a hard-fought battle. This year the Griffins wre determined to bring the Alberta crown home as they picked up four tough victories in the two days. They opened up with a slim 33-31 over Vulcan and followed with a 39-36 win over Calgary Bishop Carroil. !n the semi-finals the Griffins edged Viking 45-13 behind Pat Shandor's 20-point performance and then captured the championship final with a 28-18 decision over St. Paul. Rhonda Martinuk paced the Griffin's attack with 30 points while Vicky Mandeville chipped in with six. The Griffins led 16-8 at half time. St. Paul had reached Ihc fin als by squeezing past Medicine Hat 33-31 in the other serai-fina ties south final Vulcan Centennials evened things up in their best-of-five southern Alberta Junior B playoff with Lcthbridge Y's Men's Native Sons. Trailing 2-0 in games niter 3-2 and 5-3 setbacks, the Centennials helled (he Sons twice on the weekend, 7-3 Saturday night and 5-2 Sunday, to force a fifth and deciding game Wednesday in Vulcan. "Experience is what is killing us right said Jim Mellan coach of the first-year Sons. Saturday night Ted Olscn, with two, and Siu Younger, Fete Jlahan, Lyle Muray, Brent McCracken and Don Mc-Mahl tallied for the Centennials. Gerry Veres, Ken Hammer-stedt and Fred Hoffarlh scored for the Sons. Sunday McCracken scored two for Vulcan as did Joe De-Jnrc. Olsen fired home a s n gle. Ross Walker accounted for both goals for the Carty placed in hospital WEST FMM BEACH, Fla, fAP) Rico Carty, Atlanta Braves outfielder trying to come back after knee injuries sidelined him all last season, is in hospital with a leg inflammation. A team spokesman saic Carty, who won the 1970 National League baseball batting title, complained of pain in his (eft calf after hatting practice Bcchlold triumph Belly Marshall and Diefc Becbtolr] shared top honors a the city 10-pin championship were staged at (he Downtown Bowladromc over the weekend Marshal] won the women' itle with a six-game pinfall o .Oil in the scratch champion S lip. Bechfold, on tiie other han-: won uit in a nine-game roHoff (n winning lop honors Mar .s mil won Ihc Graham anc Johnson Irophy while BecMolr Ink home the Frache's Flow crs trophy. In handicap action Mary Kowal won the gals crown ant the Sandy's Jewelry trophy as sciijwl Mike Yanosik won the men's handicap even and the Frache's home most Second place in the men's competition went lo Sergei Chrt-v c r u c k h i n of Russia while Karen Magnussen of Canada was second in women's, Lud-mila Smirnova and Andrei Sur-aikin of Russia were runners up in pairs and Angelika and Erich Buck of West Germany weie second in the dance. Bronze medals went to Vladimir Kovalev of Russia in men's singles, Janet Lynn of the United States in women's, Jojo Starbuck and Kenneth Shelley of lire U.S. in pairs and Judy Schowmeyer and James Sladky of the U.S. in Ihc dance. The big question facing fig-r ure-skating is the future of the Ulanov-Rodnina twosome. Ulanov married Miss Smirnova shortly after the 1972 Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're eligible for A special I lomeowner Loan at Associates any time you rieedcash. That means we may be able to give you a better deal lower rates.., or longer terms.., ore veaboib. The Ihe equity you have in your home. ni.iybc or more. T-r> if you have hiph-inEeresI debts ou Is land i rig, or it voa need cash lur a second car, a pood reason, lall< to Associates about a low-interest 3 off you'll be CALGARY (CP) The script was followed closely, the Rus sians went home with most 01 Ihe medals and the international figure-skating fraternity was left wondering what's going lo happen next year. The five-day 1972 world figure skatirg championships ended Saturday night with a Russian couple winning tht dance competition. Russians also were first and second in Ihe pairs and second and thir< in men's singles. The only event in which they didn't score was tho women's singles, i Ondrej Nepala of Czcchos o-i vakia is the 1972 men's singles champion, Trwi Schuba of Aus trta is the women's winner Aleksei Uianov and Irina dom i nina won the pairs and Ludmila Pakhomova and Aleksandr Gorschkov won Iho all of them defending MOVE UP TO I TIBE GENERAL RADIAL TIRES 6 Ply Puncture United wins first After two straight losses Crow United finally came up with a victory over Pinchet Creek Sulphur King., in their best of seven Foothills Hockcj semi-final playoff ser ies. Crow who trailed bj two games in Eho scries edged the Sulphur Kings 7-6 ir their third TRIUMPH EDMONTON (CP) Univer Mty of Albcria Golden Bear the riyht Sunday to reprc Milt Western Canada in the four -conference hockey championship schedule< next weekend at Sherbrooke Third Avenue South TONIGHT! 8.30 P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KAMATA vi BEIAFON7E VONHESS and ANSON vi BABIC and FIRIE MIDGET TAG1 5 Big RoutJ Amatto tallied three times for Crow United while Ray Misura chipped in with two. Dill Roughead and John Me Cracken added singles w h i 1 Rick Sommervillo replied 1 for Pinchcr Creek. Jerry Laderoute and Andrt Calvez slapped in solo Olympics at Sapporo, Japan, and there have been rumors he wants lo skale with his wife instead of Miss Rodnina. Such a split would deprive the team of a chance to become the first couple ever to win five championships. Five pairs have won four tournaments before this year's world ELRICH TIRE ITD.I COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE! 402 in Avt South Phone 327-686S O' 397-444! ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT a losing cause, ;