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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuroloy, Nevtmbtr 197J THE LETHBRIDCE HERMD 9 Play in Calgary on weekend Kodiaks are preparing for President's event By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Defending Western Canada junior college basketball cham- pions has a nice ring to it, don't you think so? Well, the Lethbridge Com- munity College Kodiaks enjoy hearing it. The Kodiaks won the unofficial title last year in convincing fashion and coach Tom Karren feels he has the charges to turn the trick again. Kodiaks have a solid nucleus of last year's club returning in Gary Williams, Alec Dud as, Curt Wolsey, Kendon Eakett, Bruce Millis and. Allan Pard. Added to this list is an impres- sive gathering of United States talent scouted and the coming year. signed for Heading the list of newcom- ers will be Dwight White, a 6'7" pivot from Las Vegas, Nev. who plays tough defen- sive ball and has exciting re- bounding ability. Also, two highly rated high school players from Winnipeg are trying for berths on the squad. Centre Greg Boss is a sharp rebounder while Bob Montison was rated the best guard in western Canada high school circles last year. Other new faces in the Kodi- ak line up include John Jasiu- kiewicz a product o[ the Ray- mond Comets. A good ball handler and accurate shooter, Karren has big plans lor the talented Raymond youngster. Yet another Southern Albertan to crack the Kodiaks is Bob Hansen of Taber. Karren is Four emcees for Dinner Four masters of ceremonies will direct the 20th Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner Saturday Jan. 3. With this the anniversary of the dinner it was thought a change of format was in order. Dinner chairman Dwight Jen- sen and his committee have asked each of these gentlemen to name a sports personality they would most like lo intro- duce at this year's dinner. The guests will be outstanding athletes from the past 20 years. The proposed guests are be- ing contacted now and an- nouncements are expected in the not too distant future. Tickets for the di ner are now on sale at Marcel's Smoke Shop, Club Cigar Store or from any member of the Kinsmen Club. Boys' and Girls' SKATE EXCHANGE SHARPENED SHINEO NEW LACES SANITIZED PAIR APPROX. SO-00 HOCKEY STICK SPECIALS Victoriovillc No. 7 National Stick Victoriavilla Olympic Pro Glass Wrapped Laminated Handle SI.95 Other Sticks Ai low As 89C FREE Roll of Tape with Each Stick We carry sticks by: Vicloriaville C.C.M Canadian Koho Northland Wally BERT MAC'S CYCLE ITD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Open Thuri. t Fri. TIM 9 p.m. "Serving South Alborta for over 30 years." high on the jump shooting and hustle of Hansen. Last season the Kodtiaks scored a total of points, an average of 92 a game. That in itself should be enough to win a lot of ball games. In the 4-West tourney, which Kodiaks won to earn the western Can- ada title, against the Manitoba representatives, the 1 o c a Is chalked up an almost unbeliev- able 138-42 victory. Coach Karren is looking for an even better team effort this year. Last year was the first effort by the Kodiaks and it was a big one. Dudas led the scoring with 637 points while Williams hauled in 495 re- bounds. Wolsey led in intercep- tions with 131 and assists 204. In their initial year the Korla- aks got off to a slow start play- ing only exhibition games. This year, however, the locals will be quick out of the starting gate and Karren feels it could be the key to another western title. DWIGHT WHITE GARY WILLIAMS sports menu TONIGHT cily Men's Basketball League meet- ing. Room 1 Civic Centre 6 p.m. FRIDAY Magrath High School annual basket- bal! tournament. Games commence ill five o'clock with games at eight and SATURDAY Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lelhbridne Sugar Kings vs Edmonton Mets. Henderson Ice Centre Magrath High School annual hasktl- bait tournament. Consolalion final p.m.: tnird place final 7 p.m. and tournament final SUNDAY Alberta Junior Hockey League. Lelh. bridge sugar Kings vs Drumheller Falcons. Henderson tee Centre 7 p.m. city Men's Broombatl League. Lo- cal 740 vs Fiorino Rovers Knlghl Clubbers vs Liberty Boilers Her- man's upholstery vs Lelh. Correction- al Inslilute Sunburst Ceramics vs Soulhern signs Welterlich vs Lelhbriclge Honda Ncilscii Rick Ncilscn pumped in 23 poinls Wednesday evening as the Ebony Hawks helled Rny- niond Merchants 70-58 in City Men's Basketball League ac- tion. Cam Burr chipped In with 20 for the winners while Don Mc- Ctoin 25 in a losing cause. Karren is eyeing a berth in the newly created Dominion championships. The Kodiaks would have to win the Alberta College's championship along with the 4-West title again this year to advance to the Dominion event set for next spring. Kodiaks will see their first action of the season Friday and Saturday in the Mount Royal College Cougar Classic. 4 The locals could see action in three games depending on their success. Next weekend the Kodiaks are at home for the second an- nual President's Invitational. Five teams will compete in the two day event along with the Kodiaks. Carroll College of Helena, Mont, heads the list which in- cludes College of Great Falls, Medicine Hat Community Col- lege, Mount Royal and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology from Calgary. Last year's tourney winners, Blue Mountain Community Col- lege of Pendleton, Ore., will not be back lo defend its title. TOM KARREN Viney here next week Henry Viney will speak at the Lethbridge YMCA, but not this evening as announced in Wed- nesday's paper. Viney, a Lethbridge native son and one of western Can- ada's foremost radio announc- ers, will be at the YMCA next Wednesday evening for a seven o'clock date. The occasion is the annual general meeting of the YMCA. Denver ndt out of Games yet Flame of hope still flickers DENVER (AP) The chair- man of the Colorado Citizens Committee to Retain the Winter Games (CCCRWG) says he was "greatly encouraged" after talking with International Olym- pic Committee (IOC) President Lord Killanin that the 1976 Win- ter Games might still be held in Colorado. Harry L. Arkin, Denver law- yer, returned to Denver Tues- day night after meeting with Lord Killanin for three hours Monday morning at IOC head- quarters in Lausanne, Switzer- land. Killanin told Arkin that only the IOC or the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) had the au- thority to remove the Games from Colorado, Arkin said Wednesday. The IOC, however, announced Wednesday that national Olym- pic committees have been in- structed tx> submit new bids by Jan. 15 for the 1976 Winter Games following formal notifi- cation from the Denver Olym- p i c Organizing Committee (DOOC) Wednesday of the with- drawal of Denver as the host city. But, according to Arkin, Kill- anin told him, "They (the DOOC) can't give the Games up because they weren't given to them in the first place." Arkin said Killanin told him that if Denver were unable to salvage the Games by Febru- ary, an alternate site would be chosen. Arfcin said his committee in- tends to convince the USOC and the IOC that last Tuesday's overwhelming vote against state funding of the games was 'not a mandate against the Olympics as such, just against city and state funding and the credibility of the DOOC." USOC president Clifford Buck said Wednesday night that the national Olympic committee will take no action until it re- ceives a directive from the IOC. "I believe that an official statement from the IOC an- nouncing its acceptance of the Denver withdrawal forthcoming very Buck said. will be Buck said that, after the an- nouncement of Denver's with- drawal is made and the IOC di- rective is received by the USOC, the national committee would begin the procedure of selecting another U.S. city to submit to the IOC for considera- tion. Arkin, however, said that he had learned from "absolutely reliable" sources that, If Den- ver fails to- retain the Games, no other North American city will be successful in obtaining the 1976 Winter Olympics. Arkin declined to reveal the source of his information. Buck said he didn't think it likely that any U.S. site would be selected by the IOC for "ob- vious reasons." He also said Canada was probably out as an alternate because Montreal is hosting the 1976 Summer Games. Bids to host the 1976 Winter Games have been announced in at least four countries including France, Sweden, Canada and the United States. Meanwhile the Vancouver- Garibaldi Olympic Committee was to meet today to prepare its bid for the 1976 Winter Olympics. Bob Hindmarch, acting com- mittee president, said various committees will be named, pri- marily to look into financing the games. He said It would be the first committee meeting since Colorado voters vetoed Denver's bid for the Games. 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