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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, H.v.mb.r TH( LITHM1DCI HEXALD 7 Could this be the start of something big? Tri-University honors stay right here TOLLESTRUP THE LEADER Phil Tolleslrup goes up and grubs yet anolher rebound os he paced the University of lelhbridge to a 62-58 triumph over the University of Alberta Golden Bears Saturday night. The win gave the Pronghorns the Tri-University Classic honors. (Rick Ervin Pholo) Argonauts hit sidelines Tiger-Cats win pennant By IAN lUacLAINE Canadian Press Stair The agony of defeat hung on Leo Cahill's shoulders Sunday as lie Irudgcd toward the To- ronto Argonaut dressing room across Hamilton's Ivor Wynne Stadium. Argos' 2S-1G defeat may have cost him his job although he has just finished the second year of a four-year contract. The Tiger-Cats subdued To- ronto to nail down first place in the Eastern Football Confer- ence while scuttling Uie Argos' playoff chances on the final game of the schedule. Ottawa Rough Riders, whose U-7 win over Winnipeg Blue Bombers Saturday gave them an 11-3 record for the season, identical to Hamilton's, had to sottlc for second place because of three losses to the Ticats in season meetings. The Argos, counted out of the post-season picture early in the year, suddenly found them- selves on the threslihold of a playoff spot wlien Montreal Alouellcs went into a tailspin No difference in Stamp loss Fly T1I1C CANADIAN I'ltlCSS Calgary Slampcdors found i familiar way to lose Brit- ish Columbia Linns ended a seven-year drought in the final two Western Football Confer- once regular-season games dur- ing the weekend. Stampcdcrs, who have lost mimerous scoring opportunities this st'a.son on inlercrptions, luul six passes picked off in iiionton territory as (lit1 Ks- kimos posted a 20-1-1 htmie vic- tory Sunday. Meanwhile. B.C. stunned Saskatchewan liough- riders 2fi-M at Vancouver Sat- urday for its first victory over fiie lionghriders in 22 games, dating back to Ncilhcr game had nny bear- ing on (he standings sinco play- off positions were determined last week. Kdmonlon and Win- nipeg Blue llomhcrs tied for lirsl place al 10-11, lint the Bombers gamed a bye into I ho sudden -death final because they wop two of three ganiCvS against EDMONTON 78 CALGARY 14 CAL. First clown1; 53 Yards p.vslnn Nr-l oflcnrr made-tried 331 133S COM. 17 53S 360 10-14 nvrr.itic Prnnltl'-s-ynrcls BRITISH COLUMBIA U SASKATCHEWAN 14 SASK In I Edmonton. The Eskimos play third-place Saskatchewan in sudden-death semi-final in Ed- monton next Sunday. Calgary, which tied the Cana- dian Football League record of 45 interceptions thrown in one set the record in fourth in the WFC while the Lions fin- ished last. Ironically, not only did the Stamps, defending Grey Cup champions, miss the playoffs, so did Toronto Argonauts the other finalists, who finished last in the Eastern Football Conference. lu Sunday's game, starting niiarlorback .Terry Keeling of C'algaiy had four passes picked off while .lim Llndsey had two inlciTcit'-'d by Eskimo de- fenders. .1 im lle.nshall and I.airy llighbangh stole two Cal- gary passes oach while Dave (Jasscr ami Howie Schunim picked off one apiece. Edmonton's backup quarter- back, Have Syme, a Canadian from Simon Frascr University in B.C., threw llree inter- ceptions, two to Howard Starks and ono to Terry Wilson. Eskimos, who compiled their best season record since 1901, when they had 10 wins, five losses mid a tie, never trailed in the pamo played bcfcre fans. Goorgo UlrCinwan opened I ho scoring by grabbing n Tom Wil- kinson pass witli one hnnd, Into in the first tiuarlor. That play after Calgarv's lion Moullon managod only a 22- punf. that saw them win only one ot their last seven starts. But tlie Als, who finished (heir season a week ago, backed inlo the playoffs with a 410 mark, the worst-ever record by an Eastern Confer- ence team to qualify for post- season play. Argos finished 3- 11. And Cahill, whose departure from Toronto lias been rumored for most of (he season, didn't want lo discuss his future. "I don't know, I don't want to talk about it he told re- porters in the steamy Toronto shower room. It marked a com- plete turnabout for tile Argos, last year's EFC winners and Grey Cup finalisls. It ako marked a day of retri- bution for several cx-Argos, no- tably defensive ends Gsry In- skeep and George Wells and linebacker Mike Blum, who ad- before the game they'd enjoy nothing better than to see Cahill's Argcs on Hie sidelines. Least emotional of all in the Hamilton room was Al Brenner whose Canadian Football League record-shattering inter- ceptions turned the game in Hamilton's favor. His first of four interceptions off Argo quarterback Joe Tlieis- maini was Ins 12th of the sea- son, breaking the CFL mark he shr.rcd with former Ticat Don Suthcrin and John Wydarcny of Edmonton Eskimos. He returned that one 11 yards lo set up Hamilton's first toucli- dovi-n, by Dave Fleming, and snuffed out Toronto drives deep In the Hamilton end willi his other of them in the Ticat end zone. "Tbeismanii's just frying to keep me in the Bren- ner joked. "La.M year be threw nip fivo (mlerceplinnv) and be- cause be didn't play in Iho first :.wo games against us this year he tried to make il all up in one afternoon. OTTAWA 11 WINNIPEG I By LLOYD 'VAiMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer "This could be the start of something big." If the enthusiasm of the bask- etball fans is any indication, the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns are in for a great season. Some screaming spec- tators not only helped the Pronghorns officially open their new gymnasium, but also cheered them on to capture the fourth annual Tri-University Basketball Classic champion- ship title on the weekend. Friday night, 900 partisan fans watched the Pronghorns whip the University of Calgary Dinosaurs 75-48 while Saturday night some on-lookers gave the host club a standing ovation as they defeated the University of Alberta Gollen Bears 62-58 in the champion- ship final. Although the Pronghorns earned their second tourney title, coach Gary Bowie's only regret was that it cost him the services of one of his star per- formers. Bill Magierowski, who was the team leader for the Prong- horns last season, suffered a severe ankle injury in Friday's encounter and it is doubtful he'll return to the line-up this year. "I really feel bad about Mag- gie's injury and it's going to be tough to fill the gap he's commented Bowie. WILL MISS MAGGIE "He's a fantastic ball player and I'm sure things w.ould look a little brighter for us with him in the he add- ed. Bowie is still optimistic though about his team's chances In the Canada West University Basketball Confer- ence this season. "With Phil Tollestrup and the rookies playing so well, I can't count us out of the champion- ship final this he said. Tollestrup and company did play well on the weekend and left no doubt that they'll be top contenders In conference play this season. ToUestrup was the key man (or the Pronghorns1 weekend success as Ire pumped in 67 points in their two games. Friday night he led the local club with 34 points while in the championship final Saturday, he stunned the Golden Bears with a 33-point performance. He also picked off 20 of the Pronghorns' 38 rebounds in their match against the Gold- en Bears. TVo rookies were instrumen- tal in (lie Pronghorns1 title vic- tory as they came up with a solid performance against the Edmonton iaiis. Danny Court, who has more or less taken over Magierow- ski's back court command, net- led 12 points and was one of the leaders on the floor. Another rookie, Larry Baker, swished eight points as he fin- ished off some beautiful plays set-up by Tollestrup. He also nailed down five of the Pronghorns1 rebounds and a number of loose balls. Steve Pantelok was the top scorer for the Golden Bears as he whipped In 15 points. Wallace ToTlestrup added 10 points while Mike Frisby net- ted seven. Both players were fouled out midway through the second half. Meanwhile Hie defending champion University of Saskat- chewan Huskies dropped the University of Calgary Dinosaurs 60-58 lo win the consolation fin- al. Bob Thompson paced the Huskies with 20 points while Doug Forsyth chipped in with Bill Lathrop managed 15 points and Tom Bishcp 12 in a losing cause. During the two-day tourney, Tollestrup of the Pronghorns was named the most valuable player while all-star positions to Lathrop of the Dino- saurs, Frisby of the Bears, Paul Jacoby and Thompson of Hie Huskies and Court of the Prongnorns. Meanwhile in Calgary the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon campus, defeated the University's Hegina cam- pus 63-32 Saturday to win the College Women's Invitational Basketball Tournament. It was the sixth straight year that Saskatoon has won the event. Leeds. Arsenal tied for second Liverpool extends lead LONDON (CP) Money has finally talked for Crystal Pal- ace, an English First Division soccer club. The league's big spender, which has handed out nearly (about mil- lion) for new players this sea- son, saw Don Rogers score 22 minutes afler making his de- goal which brought Pal- ace a 1-0 victory over Everton Saturday. Rogers was signed for It was Palace's first victory in 12 matches since Sept. 2 and lifted it from the bottom of the standings. Palace's victory over title-chasing Everton was marred, however, when centre- half Mel Blythe was sent off 15 minutes from the end for a foul on Alan Whittle. While Palace was continuing its battle to avoid relegation, Liverpool took a three-point lead in first place with a 3-1 victory over Chelsea. Welsh international John ToEhack starred for Liverpool with two goals. Kevin Keegan added the other before Tommy Baldwin replied for Chelsea. Leeds United jumped into second place above Arsenal on goal average with a 2-2 draw against Ipswich Town. Centre-half Jack Charlton gave Leeds an early advantage, but a goal by Paul Made- ley and a goal by Trevor Why- mark had Ipswich in front by the interval. Peter Lorimer saved Leeds a point with a GOth-minute equalizer. Arsenal lost valuable ground and its unbeaten home record Karen Kusler scored 10 for Saskatoon, with Lorraine Wright and Rhonda Hunter scoring nine each, Regtna'i top scorer was Gloria St. Juliea with 12, followed by Cindy Vail with eight. In the semi-final, came from behind a deficit of 23-18, to defeat Brit- ish Columbia's Simon Fruer University 4W2. SASKATOON CALOAKY U Siikitoon Jacoby Trlyror 1 Fans I, Hill 4, Foriylh It, Pavellch, Herblson 2, Thompson ao and EBtr i. TOTAL. U cilgiry phclan, Horntr, Btdky witn a z-o aaeat against LOT-entry City whose goals came from Brian Alderson and Tommy Hutchison. Derby County crashed <-0 to Manchester City, but Manchester United returned to the bottom of the standings following a 2-2 draw away to Leicester 7, Anderson 0, Hellard 6 Watson, Bishop 12, Olynyk 4, and llthroo. IS. TOTAL K LETHBRID6I I DM ON TON II Ltlhbrldga Hunler, Hagut, Court 12, Edlund, M. Zaugg 1, Baker I, F Zaugg, Hflrbui. Sloan a, p. Tollesfrup 33 ana Kempt 2. TOTAL Edmonton Goldle Nichols t, M. yom B, Uhl, Tollestrup w. 10, McMillan e, Hart, Holland 6, Frlsby 7, Panltlok 15 and Valtrlola. TOTAL-IB STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM BATTLE ROYAIE 11 MEN IN KINO AT ONE TIM! 6 Inciting Mutchn S2 SI. Thomas activated FMrsl dnwns Ynrris rushlnt] Y.-irm pnsslnr) Nel offonco nicrte-lricil nlrrcrnllnns :rfl H ?1 OTT 13 HAMILTON 31 TORONTO M TOB I ilnwns v.l SAN DIEGO (API bnck Dunne Thomas was acti- vated by Snn Dicpo Cliarpcr Sunday, but .slaved on (he .cli as his Coiner loam males, Dallas Cowboys, bent l'ip Chargers 34-28 in a National Football league Ramc. Tliomns had not played since the Cowboys traded him to Snn Diego for wide receiver Billy P.irks and runninR back Mike Montgomery July 31. Ho has at- tended several team practices mid showed up unexpectedly a workout Friday. A Charger spokesman said the 25-year-old running back was aelivaled shortly before Hie game, lie indicated that the Chargers have aiireod lo pay Thomas more Hum Ilic M2.000 IIP HVIS Mtpiviscd (o m.'tkc in (lip finnl venv of n thivo-ypar con Irart will) Dallas. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES 305-13 St. North Phone 327-3181 -MAm mm WITH GOODYEAR SUBURBANITE WINTER TIRES 1 Wide, interlocking "S" tread design [or greater trmlion 1 Fiberglass belts lo reduce lire squirm 1 Polyester plies for a smooth, no-thump ride LOW PRICES ON OTHER SIZES SIZE 1 7DD-13, B1I-H 1 1 F7S-II C71-IS each B78-H BLACKWAU FREE INSTALLATION GUARANTEED wllhtwl Hnll Hal mllMM Yes, we'll give you a free wheel you buy 2 Goodyear Suburbanite winter tires and 1 Nvhcel. Now, you can keep your winler lires mounted S.T extra wheels. So easy to handle seasonal chongeovers simply by switching whscii. 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