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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Novemb.r 13, 1971 THE lETHBRIDCt HERALD II Solid effort not enough for Fron By U-OYD YAMAf.ISIII Herald Sports Wrilrr For Hie Thunilerfoinis John Mills played n strong two w IEISHMAN DRIVES Croig Leishman of the University of tethbridgs Pronghorns ottempt, rfrive past jack Hoy of the UBC Thunderbirds in baskdbnli action ot Ihp Tivir fVntn; Friday. Bomo two Hubs meet ogoii this evening nt In more ways than one Phoenix Suns trium Bv TIE ASSOCIATED PRESS j other NBA games Friday night In the American Basketball Phoenix Sims won the derision i Association, Virginia downed mid th'j pime too. Xew York Nets 127 123 in With commissioner Walter! Kennedy and the NBA board oi rp directors in attendance, Sins whipped Boston Celtics 128-119 in their National Basket- ball Association game Friday night at Phoenix. Two important clinics are set The fun began after the Suns j for Southern Alberta next week, had opened a 19-point lead. Tom Heinsohn. Boston coach, was ejected afior a second technical foul was called on him. Red Aucrbach. general man- ager of the Collies, got into the fid when he was warned by the referee to ''keep his comments t overtime and Memphis defeated Dallas 107-103. Karecm Jabbar led the cham- pion Bucks to their sixth in a row and a 13-i season recoid with 31 points, including a three-point play that put Mil- waukee ahead for good at Jon McGlocklin helped with 13 points in the last quarter, in- cluding seven within 90 seconds. ,.__.............._______ Stu, Lantz, with 20 points, paced In Foremost Thursday, Gary j (lie Rockets who took an early Bowie, coach of the University lo-point lead, of Lethbridge Pronghorns, will conduct a basketball coaches clinic. Co-sponsored hy the Alberta Amateur Basketball Associa- tion and the Foremost Recrea- i i Lawyer tion Board, the one-day clinic Don Chaiicy of the Celtics and j will be held in the Foremost jj Dick van Arsdale of the Suns High S'ehool between 7-10 p.m. came to blows, but were not j Registration fee for the clinic j 1 ejected. Jo ,Io White of Boston I has been set at ?1 and manuals I U and John of the Suns will be supplied. engaged in anotiier scrap. Both j Anyone interested can contact! MIXEOLA. t Su- preme Court Justice Daniel G lay postponed a deci- "That hijacker picked the wrong plane." This was a comment made by one spectator as hi watched the visiting University of Brit- ish Columbia thump the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Prong- horns 9-1 B3 in the Western Canada Inter Collegiate Bas- ketball League opener Friday night. "It should have been the Thunderbirds' airplane so they couldn't show up add- ed another onlooker. Some 350 other spectators thought the situation less amusing however. The Thunderbirds start- ed things off quickly last night as they held an eight point lead after only three minutes of play. The Pronghorns then pulled up their socks and held their own for the remainder of the first Going into the second half the Pronghorns came alive and cut their 11 point deficit to seven. Their new found energy was shortlived however as the Thunderbirds over powered. them widening the gap to 20 points with ten minutes re- maining in the game. The Pronghorns attempted another comeback but fell short, suffering their first loss of the season and their fifth straight loss to the Thunder- birds. Shooting made the big differ- ence last night as the Thunder- birds hit 42 of their 83 shots from the field for 51 per cent while the Pronghorns managed a 3" per cent output connecting 2-1 times in ra attempts. From the foul line the Prong- horns outshot the Thunderbirds shooting 79 per cent compared to UBC's 43 per cent. It seemed like both clubs were playing a game of "hot potalo" as they combined for 65 turnovers during the 40 minutes of play. UBC gave up the ball S3 times mostly due to travelling calls while the Pronghorns mishandled the ball 32 times. In the scoring department Ron Thorsen led the Thunder- birds' attack with a 24 point performance while Stan Callc- gari chipped in with 14. Bob Phillips also aided with 13 points and Bob Dickson and Darryl Gjernes added 10 apiece. Bill Magierowski and Clark t Sloan were the top men for the Pronghorns sinking 22 and 20: points respectively. Magierowski was outstanding in a losing cause as he seemed to cam' the Pronghorns on his shoulders all the way. The 5'11" guard from Ray- mond constantly brought the ball out of his own end zone and also held the team togeth- er defensively. game scoring nine points while Meanwhile University of Vic- toria Vikings trimmed Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs fifi- picking off 14 relmmds. These two clubs will sec ac- tion again at 8 p.m. at the Civic Centre tonight. forcing 16 turnovers by steals. Tom Holmes, Vikings' cap- Vikings used a half-court and Cord Iloshal 12. Jim Lath- press throughout the contest to j rop was high man for Calgary disrupt the Dinosaur's attack, milt nine points Meanwhile in Victoria the University of Calgary Dinniea tain led the winners "with 17 had shooting troubles Friday, points while freshman Jim I enabling University of Victoria Hunter contributed 13 points Vikcltcs to score a 44-30 win in the opening Western Can- ada Inter Collegiate Athletic Aisnciavion Women's Basket- ball Ix-ague game here. Calgary put up a zone de- fence but outside shooting by guards Hose Witzel and Yvonne Letellier late in the game broke up a close contest. Miss Witzel topped the winners with 14 points, two more than Miss Le- tellier. Wendy Bingcman w-as the best for Calgary with nino points, two more Ilian team- mate Bonnie Schmidt. Dinnies shot a miserable 15 per cent from the field, con- necting on 12 of 80 attempts. HOOP SHOTS The Prong- horns didn't give away too much height, but fell short ill experi- ence both clubs scorned to be rusty at times, but it's still early in the season Stan Callegari could probably toss a nickel in a cup from 20 feet, he constantly racked up points from Ihc'onlside A few fans were upset with the officiating, but they too need some time to tune up THUNDERBIRO! n PRONGHORNS I) ThunckTliirds A'li'on 6. Calleparl 1-, at he-fan '.Mils 9 PI.mips 13, Thor- sen TOTAL Pronohorns Burr, Hamiiw 7. Hunt. Mcxay 6, TOTAL 61 I. HTpORTS FANS! BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW OFF THE RIM, UP FOR GRABS John Mills of UBC Thunderbirds and Doug Kempt of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns go up for rebound in Friday nights basket- ball game. Thunderbirds won 94-63. _ wife responsible? Player takes the lead by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. You probably v.'on't be- J lieve 1his one We didn't either, but it's been checked {and It'! true There wos I once a mojor college football I game thtit had a paid atten- I donee of one! It was the Washington State Son Jose Sgome of Nov. 12, 1955 ploy- I ed at Washington Stats !The temperoture that day wo) I 14 below zero and only one I person showed up to poy his I way inlo the stadium I The fact that this really hop- Ipened has been verified by I the Washington State athletic I department. Sloan was also a kep player P4LM r'i Fla. now in full swing. 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