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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday. November 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Final! sis close, (ill season Statistics show little advantage TOHONTO (CIJ) Statistical throe games played this season Saturday in the first same ot comparisons of teams heading I between Calgary Stiimpedvrs their bcst-of-thrcc Western Con- into Canadian Football League j and Saskatchewan lioiighnders ferenee final. .Sunday. Toronto playoffs this weekend fail to j and between Toronto ArRenauts is at Hamilton in the .start of show anv team with much of an and Hamilton Tiger-Cats were their two-game total-points advantage. The comparisons based on the prepared by tiie CFL. Saskatchewan is at Calvary Kastern Conference match. The Stampeclers and Hough- GET YOUR DUKES UP Tony Bogusky, instructor for the Lothbridge Boxing Club, tells Dan Iwaskin, centre, and John Baker, right, to get their hands up in protection of their face. The recently revived club is currently working out in the basement of the old Centra! School, but are looking for better facilities. At present some 12 boys are working out Tuesday and Thursday. Formerly A ai UCLA valve Eotdc mil need a lol of speed short on Jiy LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Whut do you do a team iiicks height in basketball'.' says coach Gary Howie of the University of Leth- bridge Pronghorns. "When you lack the height i you compensate by having gooJ speed and a solid team effort. That's the answer." said Bowie. Bowie's theory will be put to a test as the Pronghorns host the powerful University of Bri- j tish Columbia Thunderbirds for two Western Canada Inter-Col- legiate Basketball Lea gue games this weekend. Action is set for 8 p.m. Fri- day and Saturday at the Civic Sports Centre. This season the VUIPI Ins been divided into two confer enccs. Lc-thbridge along L B C Edmonton. Calgary and IL u i ia will take part in He we em1 division while llrc eastoin dm sion which will be called Ihe; Croat Plains Athletic Associa- tion, will include the University of Saskatchewan from Saska- i toon, the University of Saskat-; ehrwan of Hegina. University of Winnipeg, defending champion University of Mani-! toba and the Lake Head Univer- j sity from Thunder Bay. The Pronghorns, formerly j called (he Chinnnks have yet to! defeat the Thimricrbirds in their iwo year existence in the They sport a 0-4 rce- ord against the former league champions. Bowie, who took over the coaches role from Logan Tail this season felt height wouldn't be the dominant factor in their matches against the Thunder- birds this weekend. "They stand with two hoys 6'4'' and one G'G'' in their line- up, but we have tliree boys 6'3'' and another Experience could possibly make the differ- added Bowie. you have someone liko Ron Thorsen in the opponents line-up it's a must to play tough said Bowie. Last year Thorsen finished right behind Lethbridge's Tim Tollestnip in the scoring race, but had racked up a few seor- that status is Bill Magierowski, but he missed most of last sea- son due to a knee injury. ing titles previously. He also _ played with Tollestnip on tiie j .Magierowski no doubt earn Canadian national team this ed a starling guard spot and is year in the Pan-Am Games in expected to carry much of the Call, Columbia. load this year. Bowie also felt the loss of: A flamboyant six-fool guard. Tollestnip was undoubtedly a prime factor in the Pronghorn's questioned success this year. "In fact, when you lose any Tollestnip from a line-up it ships in his earlier years and would be fell'." exclaimed then carried the Calgary Mount Bowie. Royal Cougars to the Cana- This season Bowie hasn't any dian Junior Men's champion- Magierrwski led the Raymond High School Comets to the pro- vincial championship and two Luther Invitational champion- returnees that could be consid- ered a regular starter from last year. The closest one that reaches In two Pee Wee division hock- ey games staged Wednesday night, the Penguins were dump- ed by the Totems and the Bears trounced the Blues 7-0. Neal Povey blasted in two markers while Michael MeLane one in leading the Totems to the 3-1 victory over the Pen- guins. Scott Williams managed the ship in 1968-69. In their bid for the Canadian title, lie was named the tourna- ment's most valuable player. Doug McKay landed the other, starting guard position and is j expected to be a big asset in j settling clown the rookie-iaden! Pronghorns. After missing one season of! play, McKay will also double as assistant coach. Dcug Kempt, tiie big man on Ihs squad at 6'3" and 225 pounds will leave his regular forward spot and learn the ropes as a pivot man. only goal for the Penguins who jn second year with the trailed 1-0 and 2-1 in period! Kempt graduated scores. j from (he Calgary Western Can- ada High School where he play- ed on two city championship By TIIE ASSOCIATED PliESS They called him Air. A when he led UCLA to tliree straight national tollegiate basketball championships. Now a star in the National; Basketball Association with the champion Milwaukee Bucks, the 7-foot-2 Karcem Jabbar. for- merly known as Alcindor. has been lagged as a "big safety Cotton Fitzsimmons. coach of (he Pbcenix Suns, used that ap-: pelation for Jabbar when he scored 44 points in leading Ihe Bucks from behind to beat the Suns Tuesday night. Jabbar did it again Wednesday night, get- ting 33 points as the Bucks erased an 11-point deficit to beat Atlanta 116-110. Cincinnati Royals downed New York Knicks 110-85, Chicago Bulls tripped Baltimore Bullets 125-106. Detroit Pistons routed Portland Trailblazers 137-122, Ijos Angeles Lakers crushed Philadelphia '76ers 143-103 and Boston Celtics overwhelmed Houston Rockets 142-103 in other NBA games. In the American Basketball Association. Utah whipped New York Nets 127-110. Indiana over-, powered Pittsburgh 154-125, j Kentucky drubbed Dallas 115-83 and Virginia edged Floridians 119-llii. HUDSON" SCORES 41 Lou Hudson of Atlanta out- scored Jabbar with 41 points, but as Fiizsimmons put it "the I Bucks play with confidence when they're behind." It was M i 1 w a u k e e 's 12th victory against one defeat so far this season. Nate Archibald led Cincinnati with 22 points as the Royals Hamilton tool: games from Toronto and outscored tiie Argos pulled away from a 42-52 naif downing the for tiicir fifth hov.ever, held the time tic to whip the Knieks. 'straight victory, paced by Gail edge in with 474 Jerry Sloan led the Bulls over Goodrich's 34 points. The Celtics yards rushinq and J78 by pass- the BuJlets with 33 points.' also coasted against the Rock- ing. The Ticaw managed only .Jimmy Walker, with paced e'.s. at one time holding a VI- yv, yards on the urv.'nd against Detroit. .point bulge. John Havlicek Jed Toronto ai'd The Lakers had an easy time Tin- T'iL-r.' ri'" fence also col- lected two Urjrhdov.ns out of seven Argo fumbles To ronio picked up only three Ham- ilton fumbles ami didn't score with any oi them. Calgary and Saskatchewan quarterbacks each gave up five i The Stampedcrs i lost two fumbles while the Kcughics lost or.c. but neither team scored on any of the turn- I) man RLD DEER 'Special' A! aminer. sports director of C'KRD radio and television, has beer, named commissioner ol the Alberta College Athletic Conference for the 1072-73 sea- son, it was announced today. The confeix-iivc is involved with sports events of provincial colleges in Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary. Medicine Hat, Lelhbridge. Grande Prairie, hold its men's jackpot bonspie i iya. Olds and Camrosc. Nov. 13-14. rat Nov 3-4 as pro- j There will be a charge of I The commissioner acts as iii- viously be per rink for registrations and j terpretcr of the constitution picked15up "'j11 be limited to the first 16 ap- j and applies the rules to any reation office daily from 9 a.m.! plicants. controversies which may arise. Dale mistaken for bonspiel The Coaldalc Curling club will to 1 p.m. or from Push Mafsum- Donald Coutts picked up a hat-trick as he helped Robert Ogden record a shutout over .he Blues. teams. He also attended the Mount Royal College and was me niues. .Mount Koyal College and was David Madura chipped i n a mcmber of the Canadian Ju- with two goals while Darcy jicn's championship team Feder and David Zarooben add- with Magierowski. ed singletons. MEN'S CLOTHES Phone 327-2073 FINAL 3 DAYS Friday, Saturday, Monday ilRTH MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT SALE Hurry and your selection now from individual suit lengths especially brought in for this sale So you can see exactly what your new suit will look like (no! just Reg.Values to ONE PRICE ONLY EXTRA SLACKS 29.50 GUARANTEED DELIVERY FOR CHRISTMAS Sale ends Mon., Nov. 15th "THE STORE WITH THE COMPLETE NEW STOCK" agien j SHARE DITIES j This season Kempt and Mag- I ierowski will share duties as j team captain. Another Calgary product who I toiled on the same Canadian j championship team was Clark I Sloan. i Sloan in his second year with the Pronghorns will start as a j regular forward although li e j played as a guard last seasm. A tenacious checker, Sloan who stands was hampered by a leg injury last year and if i things go alright for him this season he'll he a definite asset j to the Pronghorns. The final starters position went to Don Hamilton who could he considered the finest rookie ever to make the Pronghorns straight from high school. The 6'3" graduate star from Magraili has an exceptional jump shot along with the ability (o pick-off rebounds. Hamilton has good credentials as he captured the most valu- able player awards in the Cal- i gary St. Francis Invitational tourney and the Raymond In- vitational tournament last year. Rounding out the 1971-72 ros- ter include Eric Peterson. Can i Burr, Craig Lcishman, Bruce Kirie, Clarke Hunter and Doug Polorson in his second year with the Pronghorns has shown i remarkable improvement and will be counted upon heavily to strengthen the back boards, lie tniloil wjih Iho Cardi-lon C'nu- c.'irs in ln.s high M'hool basket- ball career. Burr is also a two-year man and has good speed with quick 1 moves, which plays a big role in Pmnghorn's new system. Leshiman and Hint? both toil- ed Hamilton Ihe Xcnilhs lasl yt'ar and are expected to give Bowie homr strength. llunler. a Xanton product has I good speed and husllo i uil] be iK'iiefieial ;it tho guard- lino. In the Southwest championships last year, Clarke j was named to the allstar guard i position. Trnst, an American addition to the Pronghorns hails from Brady. Montana. There he sl-.r red four years at ei'ntro ami led his team a.s raplain. t Two sides to this story. Some people insist that Double Distilled is a robust whisky. It is. But first and smooth whisky. They also insist that it comes in an i expensive-looking bottle. It does. if But at an gj inexpensive price. Other jj whisky. It is. But ifirsf ahdjijiiiiaot; V They top it DOUBLE DISTILLED The Smooth Whisky. DOUBLE DISTILLED The Robust Whisky. ;