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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta J.4 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID _ Salurdov, March 41, Dinner guest foi Phil Tollestrup lodoy was named a heod table guest the annual Milk River Elks Sportsman's Dinner April 1 4. Phil Tollestrup is dinner gnest Tlie Milk River Elks Sports- man's Dinner today landed the young man considered by many to be the best collegiate basketball player in Canada. Billy is Billy'-CampbeU Tm says Martin, Tigers need a manager LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) 'etroit Tiger manager Billy lartin walked out of general lanager Jiin Campbell's office riclay saying: "I'm done. Get ourself a new manager." Martin and Campbell were to meet early today in an effort to iron out their differences. Campbell said Martin can re- turn to his job as manager with ager." Campbell said. Martin's whereabouts, however, re- mained a mystery. Campbell, less ruffled than no questions askcO. Ihe rest of the Tiger organ- "As far as I'm concerned I ization, said simply, "Billy is Billy Martin is still my man-1 Billy." Casper takes over lead Elder drifts far back Minor hockey Gordon Tait rifled in three third period goals and led the Blues to a 5-3 comeback vic- tory over the Bears in Pee Wee action Friday night. Teammates Rodney Slusar and Warren Keith chipped in with solo markers while Rod Tomita scored twice and Brent Lang once for the Bears. In another Pee Wee playoff match, Bob Richardson and Murray Haughton tallied a goal apiece and paced the Totems to a slim 2-1 decision over the Penguins. Darrel Rapuano replied for the Penguins. The Whips fired in three un- answered goals in the first pe- riod and skated to a 5-2 win over the Beavers. Brad Axworthy, Chris Len- gyel, Russ Dirkson, Frank Kemeri and Michael Monoghan scored a goal each in the vic- tory while T. Nagy scored twice in a losing cause. LEASE BEATS BUYING! the worry of financing vchido obsolencc. LEASE THIS 1973 TORINO 4 dr. Pil H.7., V8, oulo, P.S., P.B., H.O. susp., wheel covers 36 mo. ner mile. ER 70 07 MONTH LEASE THIS 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON Aulo, radio, roof rack 3o mo. net miles f M QO PER MONTH LEASE THIS ECONOLINE CARGO VAN, 123" w.b., 302, aulo, H.D. susp., 36 monlh nel mile no no PER MONTH 70.UO GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAl supErinr mnwrs PH. 223-3537 -TMBER Phil Tolleslrup, a unanimo choice 'AS all star forward with the University of Lelh- bridge Pronghorns in the Can- ad a West B asketball Confer- ence, will be a guest when din- ner is served Saturday, April 14. Tollestrup joins master of cerem on ies Pat Sullivan and lympic trapshootcr Floyd atrass. Tolfesfrup's credentials are 5 many as they are impres- ve. He spent four years at Brig- am Young University before eturning to Canada to play lor National team. It was upon ornplction of his National earn play that he joined the of L. Tollestrup wasted little time taking his presence felt with ic Pronghorns. In the annual Tri-University j Classic he scored 67 points in ivo games to lead the Prong- to the title. He was amed most valuable player at he Tri University event and ollowed that performance with another brilliant effort in the Christmas tourney, in which he was named most valuable as he Pronghorns won that one. He was named to the all- Canadian basketball team fol- owing the 1972 73 season. It vas little wonder. Tollestrup led the league with most field goals, 229. This doubled the figure of second alace finisher, Phil's brother Wallace, who scored 113. He .ed in free throw scoring with 71 completions, 10 better than Mike Frisby. who along with Wallace played for the Alberta Golden Bears. His 26.5 points per game were well ahead of the second place finisher while his total rebounds of 233 were yet an- other record. He also managec 175 defensive rebounds to play his two way talent. Toliestrup's University ca reer has ended after five sue cessful seasons. The stand out is looking to a new career coaching basketball possibly a the college level. Tickets for the annual din ner, set at can be obtained from any member of the Milk River Elks club. GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) illy Casper said he was walk- ing on air. Lee Elder said it was a rough day. Sam Snead said it was "just kinda rou- tine." While the first two comments were highly per moved into the second- round le ad of the Greater Greensboro Open golf tourna- ment with a 64 and the dis- ippomted Elder faded into the field wi th a ap- praisal left a little to the imagi- nation. The incredible old hill-billy, still sporting that trademark Panama straw hat and the sweet, sweet swing, didn't iruss a gree n in Friday's secom round. He didn't a bogey dtdn't miss a fairway and was on in two on all three par five holes on the Sed gefield Country Club course. Toronto's C eorge Knud son was in contending position jus three strokes back of the leader after shooting a 66 for a 36-hole score of 134. Ben Kern, also o Toronto, had a 70 for 142. "I was pretty drawle4 187 235 64 16 4i U213 323 43 THE LEADERS: Espcsilo, B Clarke, Pha MacLehh, Pha Orr, B....... Bucyfc, B...... Pappin, C Ralclle, R...... F. Mahovlith, M G A Pts. 72 127 35 65 100 47 50 97 26 71 97 40 53 93 41 31 97 40 52 92 38 54 92 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division WL T f A PI W L T f A PI Cleveland 41 32 3 278 236 OUawa 35 37 4 274 2J1 adelpfila 3i 40 G 279 302 Quebec 32 3? 5 248 304 New York 33 43 2 303 334 Wejrern Division W Winnipeg Los Angeles Alberta Minnesota Chicago 43 30 38 34 37 35 38 37 33 37 PIS. 4 283 245 90 4 277 2 fit 80 6 255 246 80 3 269 254 79 3 250 249 79 2 243 2flS J4 HOCKEY National California J Los Angeles 1 Vancouver 3 3 World Alberta S Minnesota 3 Cleveland 4 Winnipeg 1 New England S York X American Richmond 10 Hershey Boston 7 Springfield 1 Virginia 4 Baltimore 1 Central Dallas 6 Tulsa 3 Western Phoenix 4 Denver 2 EHL Roanoke 5 Johnstown 1 Roanoka wtni best-ol-wven wmt- Finall -4-1 Westerr Saskaloon 8 Tirana vi a Saskatoon leads 'cst-of-seven quar- terfinals 3-2 Calgary 7 Medicine Hat S Medicine Hat leadl beit-of-asvM quarter-finals 2-1 Flin FJon i Reglna 1 Flin Flon leads besfof-seven quart- er-finals 3-0 Saskatchewan Junior E lie van 5 HcmLaidt 2 Humboldl leads besf-of-Mven finals B.C. Junior .Illwack 6 Nsnslmo 0 Chllliwack wins besf-of-seven semi- finals -4-3 WORLD cup Group B Austria 8 Switzerland 4 U.S. Romania 3 Yugoslavia 4 Japan J Eait Germany T5 Haly 1 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA First round playoffs Milwaukee IbO GoFdeo State 90 Los Angeles 107 Chicago 104 New Yorfc 95 Baltimore 83 ABA Firs? round playoffs Carolina 104 New Ycrk 96 Kentucky 129 Virginia 101 BASEBALL rgh Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 1 San Diego 6 Milwaukee 0 Boston 4 Chicago A 2 Oakland 4 Chicago N 3 Detroit 9 Philadelphia 1 Baltimore 3 Kansas City 4 New York A 4 Texas 1 Minna sofa 1 Houston 0 5 Los Aivjefes 4 Elementary champs Alfan Wo I Wildcats iTie city Elementary school "A" division baskelball tille recently. The winners are, front left lo Milchcll Brown, Darren Mclntosh, Brent Maxwell, Bcbby Moore, Wade SleecJ ond coach Robert Hamilton. Back, [eft to right are Stewarl Thompson, Rocky Terry, Gordon Jeff Hamilton and Sco-11 just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! 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