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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 16, 1972 Zeniths to host tourney Preparations [or the fourth annual Magi-nth High School Invitational Basketball Tourna- ment are complete with kick- off lime just one day away. Action will set underway with four games Friday night and will conclude will] seven more tilts Saturday. Eight southern Alberta high school teams will be vying (or the 1972-73 tourney title and plenty (if excitement is in store lor all basketball enthusiasts. Heading the list of teams this season will be the Lethbridge Catholic Central Cougars, who captured the Alberta "A" boy's championship title last year. The Cougars, who are consid- ered as the tourney favorites will be joined by the Raymond ComcLs, Stirling Lakers, Taber IV. R. Myers Tro'.'.ui-s. Milk River Erie Rivers UomeLs, Cardslon Cougars. I.ethbridge Collegiate Institute Rams and the host Zeniths. LCI Rams and II. Myers will officially open the affair Friday night at 5 p.m. and will be followed by the CCHS Cou- gars and Erie Rivers Comets at p.m. The hcst Zeniths will take on the Stirling Lakers at 8 p.m. while the Raymond Comets and Cardston Cougars square-off at p.m. to finish off first day4 proceedings. i Action will resume Saturday morning 11'30 a.m. ZENITHS WOULD LIKE TO WIN IT AIL Magralh Zeniths will play host to their an- nual high school invitational basketball tournament (his Friday and Saturday and would like nolhing belter than to keep the title at home. Here coach Ray Stevenson helps his starting line-up of, from left to right, Kim Kcrren, Brad Wilde, Rick Poncmar, John Bald- erson and Tim Rollingson go over some strategy for the weekend action. {Rick Ervin photo) New Orleans coach puts foot down NEW ORLEANS (AP) Coach J. D. Roberts has threat- ened member? of New Orleans Saints with a fine if they go to the or go over his head to the National Football League club's with com- ments detrimental to the team, a club spokesman confirmed Wednesday. The matter came to light after ex-Saints kicker Charlie Durkee was quoted in a maga- zine about the penalty rule. "I guess it would be easiest for me to keep my mouth shut, because having just been cut it would be natural for some people to regard what f say as sour Durkee said. "But I have some close friends on that football team who f feel are bearing the brunt of the bad situation, and since they can't talk-in lieu of that fine hanging over their I'm going to talk." The Saints spokesman said, "The is the figure Rob- erts mentioned in a meeting with veterans relative to that particular violation (of conduct detrimental to the "It followed disclosures by a player about his halftime com- ments in a particular game Chinook rodeo banquet amateur season Oilers grab share of lead with Jets Vickers clicks for three more My GARRY ALLISON HcraM Staff Writer Friday rught will mark the wind-up banquet and awards night for the Amateur Rcden Association. The Holiday Inn in Leth- bridge will be the scene of the festivities with cocktails at and dinner to follow. The Dave McDonaid was the cir- cuit's only double winner as he won the all round and the steer WTestling laurels. He pocketed over this year, placing in the top 10 in the dogging, fair rcping and bareback riding. The Ross brothers, Tommy and Gordon, fought it out for saddle h-onc honors with Tom- banquet is open lo the public. I my edging out his older broth- Few deer taken in south areas More sport on page 10 Despite an upsurge in deer populations along the flatlands and lover foothills districts of southern Alberta, there are few successes reported. The season on dec- in the area known as big game Zone 14. opened Monday. Zone 14, was being infiltrated by hunlers as early as last Sat- urday, however, in aji attempt to spot aimals and pick out some of Ihe better hunting ter- ritory. By day break Monday the en- Lire region from the foothills on the west, cast to the Saskatche- wan border was well-covered by shooters. The coverage ap- plied particularly to the river valleys and the rougher terrain. With a majority of the hunt- ters using, large bore, long- range rifles, the influx created some of the first real skirmish- es this year between landown- ers and hunlers. So far, there have been no reports of any casualties in the field, nor the loss of any domestic livestock. A lack of snow cover on the ground has made the pursuit of game animals exeptionally diffi- cult. The season Is open for trophy mule deer only males that have antlers which have four or more tines on at least one side. The season on deer comes as a follow-up to the elk sea- son in the districts bordering Waterton Lakes National Park and Cypress Hills Provincial Park to the east. Only five elk are known lo be taken so far. Raiders for sale NEW YORK (AP) Dick Wood, president of New York Raide-s of the World Hockey Association, said Wednesday night the team is for sale. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. er by SI53. Dale Christcnscn took tlis bareback honors beat- ing out McDonald, who placed second over all. Brent Thompson came out on top the toughest event of all, the bull rifling while Bill Reed- er was named the circuit's calf roping king. The amaleur circuit enioyed a fine year with many of Ihe shows being nut on before pack- ed houses. The top five win- ners in all events is as fellows: ALL GROUND 1. Dave McDonald 1. Thompson, 3 Bo') Wilson S) A. Oscar Wallers, 5 Dale SADDLE BRONC 1. Tom rS95; 1. Gordon Ross 15.10; 3. Oscar WeMers, A Lei- ard Litlle Bear, S2J3; 5. Dulch LuniK, S234. BARE BACK BRONC 1. Dale Chrislensen, 2, Dave McDonald, 3. Harlell. S421; A. Lome Earl, S3BZ; 5. Brenl Thomp- son, J35J. BULL RIDING 1. Brent Thompson, 2. Bob Wilson, SI..051; 3. Bob Harlcll, S5-1G; A. Dave Wagner, SJZ5; 5. Oscar Walter, M71. JR. STEER RIDINQ 1. Dnvey Dingerville, J213; 2. NEE- ler Johnson, S109; 3. Robert Hegnie, 1107; 4. Brian Hlcken, SB4; 5. Ross McThurvllh, 179. CALF ROPING I. Bill Reeder, 5. Wayne Sy- verson, S667; 3. Len Thicrman, S7.JO, A. Doug Mantler, S609; 5. Bill Ice- rvogflle, JA06. STEER WRESTLING 1. Dave McDonald. S7-JB; 2. Oscar Waller, S74S; 3. Brenl Si4B; t. Bob Wilson, S, Tom Ivins, J5M. JR. BARREL RACE 1. Carol Wilson, SIH; 2. Corv Tour- flnd, S112; 3. Pom Tourand, 5105; 4. Dualne Coller, (96; 5, Bicfcy smith, 5R. BARREL RACE 1. Greta Robinson, .CHS; 2. Georgia Icenogqle, 3. Kelly Tourand, S329; A. Sharon Krause, S2'i3; 5. Dixift Glbb, S15J. TEAM ROPING I. Wallace Nrench, SJ12; Lawrence Traper, 3. Ted Ely, S33-J; i. Fred Gladstone, SD12; 5. Bill kcnoggle, 1235. By IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer Steve Vickers isn't just an- other find for New York Rangers. The National Hockey League club has had its eye on the 21- year-old winger since he was 15 and playing junior B hockey around his Toronto home. Their patience finally paid off two years ago when they claimed him in the amateur draft and after a year o f grooming at Omaha in the Cen- tral League it appears Vickers has arrived. Spotted earlier in the season, coach Emile Francis Inserted him on New York's Bulldog line four games ago with Walt Tkac- zuk and Bill Fairbairn and the trio has been flying since. Vickers scored three goals Wednesday night and Fairbairn collected four assists as the Rangers drubbed Philadelphia Flyers 7-3 on Ihe strength of four unanswered goals in the third period. Vickers also scored three goals in New York's last game, a 5-1 rout of Los Angeles Kings last Sunday, and his feat Wednesday is believed to be the first time in NHL history, a rookie lias scored three goals In successive games. Els whore Wednesday night the scores were: Pittsburgh LOS ANGELES 3 BUFFALO 3 Firsi Los AnQeles, Goring 71 (Bernier) Second Period I. Los Angeles, Kozak 4 fCurlii) 3. Buffalo, Mar- 1 in (Horlon) 4. Buffalo, Meehnn 2 (Harris, Pralt) Penalties Carrlere Hillman Harper Lesuk Third Pericd-S. Los Angeles, Corrl- gnn I (Widing, Berry) 4. Buffalo, Alkirson S (Lorenlz, Norton) Shais on goal by Buffalo 13 Los Angeles is 10 DETROIT 0 Penod-1. Detroit, Redmond 6 Rprnr-ian) PongllJES Smith A-01, Johnslon Marshall Second Delroll, Dlonne t (LifcoM, siackhouie) Lehctl Third Delroll, Charron 6 'RoeheFort, Berenson) 7-20. 4. Detroll, Fontaine 5 Shots on goal by Dciroll 10 ID C.-ilifcrrJa 10 I PITTSBURGH 7 MINNESOTA 1 First Pericd j, Pittsburgh, Sehln- kel 9 (Shack) Penalties Wat- son PIHsburgh, bench, served by Apps, Hexl-ll Second Perlnd 2. Plllsburgh, MacDoneld B (Apps, Shack) 3. Pitlsburgh, McDonough 5 (Lynch, Apos) 4. Pllisburgh, Pronovost A (Hexlall, Burrows) Penalties O'Brien Erle'lrand Pa- HextBll Third Perlol 5. Pittsburgh, Mac- Donald 9 (McDonough, Appsl 6. Pittsburgh, WacDonald 10 (McDon- auph, Apps) 7. Pittsburgh, Rupp 2 (Schock, Harbaruk) B. Mlnne la, O'Brien 1 (Gronl, Goldsworthy) :02. Penp-lfics -Watson Ede- slrnnd Shols on goal by: Minnesota .......18 10 burgh 11 10 N.Y. RANGERS 7 PHILADELPHIA 3 First Period 1. Rimers, Nellson 1 (Tkaczuk, Fairbairn) Penallles Hadficld Hunhes terry Clarke, Rolfe Second Period 1 Philadelphia, MacLeish 12 (Clarke, Lorsberry) 3. Ranners, Vickera B (Fairbairn] A. Philadelphia, Nolel 4 (Clarke) 5. Rangers, V (Falrbalrn) i. Philadelphia, Nolet 5 (Lent- berry, Bladon} Penallln Slemkowskl Hlllmtn Htll- son li-52. Third Period 7. Rangers, Gilbert 1! (Hadfield) B. Ranqers, Fair- bairn 7 (Tkaczuk, selling) Ranccrs, MacGregor 2 (Ralelle) 10. Ranpers, Vlchen Id (Tknczuk, Fairbairn) Penallies son Van Impc Lonsherry Shots on goal byi Philadelphia....... I U Rangers 22 13 TORONTO 2 ATLANTA 1 First Period 1. Atlanta, Sttwart 2 'toiler) Penally Monahan Second Period 2. Tor Ellis _______ ______ Henderson, Keon) 3. Toronto, Kelio" J (Sit Her, Monahan) Glennio Manery Third Period No scoring. Penal- lies Kelter Manary Qulnn Pelyk Shols on goal by: Allanra t 11 7-J7 Toronto 12 13 Penguins 7, MirtnesoLa NorLli Stars 1; Toronto Maple Leafs 2, Atlanta Flames 1; Detroit Red Wings 4, California Golden Seals 0; Buffalo Sabres 3, Los Angeles Kings 3. Tonight's schedule has Phila- delphia at Montreal Canadiens, New York Islanders in Atlanta and St. Louis Blues at Boston Bruins. Vickers Isn't letting two games make a season. "I still have to prove lo my- self that I can play well con- he said in the Ranger dressing room, "I just hope I'm not a flash In the pan." Then, mellowing to the occa- sion, suggested: "I hope they don't expect me to score three every night. "Two Raines don't make a season. Maybe it's just luck." Francis decided to move Vickers in with Tkaczuk, who collected three assists against Philadelphia, and Fairbaim afler the Gene had given up several key goals. "Their line had five goals scored against it in three games before Vancouver, so I decided ANDY 1MTESRLPT THiS _l CCMMENTARV TO MAKE AT Bowling scores gur 3 To'DO Peggy Forry 243, Dorothy Sorenscn 2E7 Inez Berlando 238, Rose Nunweiler 23B, Liz Hlga 243, Ev Cculls 282 Shirley Plonlke 73a. Tompklns 261, Elaine Brown U6, Frances Harris Jd5, Jessie MacDonald 272, Alice Jensen 253. QORDIE'5 Ernlr Frache 331 (8121, Steve Can- l Jim Hlga Mike 334 Sig Dotler 331 Jack Smeed 307 Ken Kurlz 300 Bill Cook 31 i Francis Hlga 312, Roy Smeed 2B5 Eric Lyon 2B5 Randy Wolsloncroll !B 317.4445 LiTHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;