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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 20, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Magrath finals tonight Four schools win at Magrath The annual Magrath High School Invitational basketball tournament featured four hard- fought encounters in its first day of action Friday night. Wtih eight of the top south- Locals beaten again VANCOUVER versity of British Coi'unbia Thunderbirds recorded their fourth straight in Western Canada Intercollegiate AtMctic Association Basketball Friday night, beating University of Lethbridge Pronghoms 93-55. Stan Callegari notched 20 points for UBC and Darrj'le Gjernes had 17. Don Hamilton led Lethbridge scorers with 17 points while Bill Maggerowski scored 10. Tlie Thunderbirds, who led W-30 at half time, host the Pronghorns in a second game tonight. In Calgary the University of Alberta Golden Bears tripped University of Calgary Dino- saurs C5-59 as they opened their basketball season. Tom Solyom paced the Bears, who led 37-29 at the half, with ]7 points. Team-mates Martin Lyons and Bob Morris added ]5 points each. Solyoir played last season with St. Francis Xavicr at An- tigonish, N.S., and was an all- star there. Jim Lsthrop was the top scorer for the Dinosaurs with 13 points while Lam- Bates end Bill Lathrop contributed 10 points each. Gary Campbell of the Bears was fouleit out of the game with 43 seconds left and was the only player to leave on in- fractions. Meanwhile Terrl McGovcrn scored IS points to lead Uni- versity of B.C. Thimderettes to a 73-31 victory over University of Lejhbridge In Western Can- ada Intercollegiate Athletic As- sociation Women's Basketball last night. Sharon Giduk was the top Lethbridge scorer with 11) points. The teams meet at UBC again tonight. era Alberta high school clubs participating in the two-day at fail-, no team can relax in their bid for the championship title The Lethbridge Catholic Cen tral Cougars and the St. Mary's Warriors started the tourney in the right direction for the spec- tators as they fought a tough battlt right to the end. Tire Cougars came up with a 20-19 at half time. Peter Sikora and Bowden Mychasink paced the Cougars wi'th 11 points apiece while Da vil Weasel Head shone for St Mary's with 19 points. In the second contest of the day, the defending champion Raymond Comets dropped the 'i'aber W. R. Meyers 67-54 bj a 25-point performance fron Walter Zobell. The Comets also received help from Rick Smith wh the comeback victory. Boston Yanks in 1943 In Phil Letham led the Cou- I 1949 the franchise was moved gars' offence with a 17-point; I became the New York outing while Jim Myers aided with 13. Knb Holden was top scorer for the Antelopes with 15 points while Larry Baker and Al Tis- nic managed 12 points apiece in a losing cause. Action resumed this after- noon at one o'clock with games to follow at three, six and the championship final at eight at the Civic Centre. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Howard Porter, who spear- headed Villanova Wildcats to a successful basketball season last year, returned to Philadel- phia Wednesday night with Chi- cago Bulls and didn't disappoint his fans. Porter, in a reserve role, poured in 21 points and snared eight rebounds as tho Bulls ripped Philadelphia 76ers 148- 10-1 in Kalional Basketball Asso- ciation action. In other NBA contests, Cincin- nati Royals shaded Boston Celtics 110-106. Baltimore Bul- lets boat Buffalo Braves 126-105, Ixis Angeles Lakers trimmed Houston Bockcts 106-93, Milwau- kee Bucks cdpcd Seattle Super- Sonics 108-107. and Portland Trailhlazcrs defeated Cleveland Cavaliers 118-103. In ilie American Basketball Association, Pittsburgh nipped Indiana 124-123, Denver beat Virginia 115-113, New York Nets clipped Carolina 129-127 and Kentucky defeated the Floridi- ans 114-102. The Bulls, who had dropped eight straight contests at Phila- delphia, scrambled to a 34-21 lead after the first quarter and widened their margin lo as much as 49 points in the final frame. Chrt Walker and Bob Love paced the winners with 25 points each. LEAD THHOUT.IIOtiT Baltimore, fired by Jack Jlar- in's 24. points, led throughout the ganic and erupted for 37 third- quarter points for a 92-fi2 advan- tage by the end of the period. Jerry Chambers led the Braves with 19 poults. Tlie Royals trailed by 14 points at tlie half but surged back to take the victory, Tlw Lakers built up a com- fortable 18-point lead and then j weathered a Houston rally for tlie triumph. Tlie Rockets were behind 80- 64 after tlw third quarter but j quickly narrowed the gap to 94- 90 with remaining. Jerry West of tl'.s Lakers, who bad been in a shooting slump, found the range with a series of clutch baskets to seal the vic- tory. Karem Jabbar sank two free j throws in the final six seconds as llic Bucks nnnched out. their consecutive victory Jabbar and Seattle's Spencer Haywood cadi had 36 points. Stan McKenzie came off the bench in the final quarter to spark tlie Trail Blazers and reg- ister a career high 31 poinls. Bulldogs in 1950 they thonged their name to New York Yankees In 1952 ihey moved again and wern the Dallas Texans They failed to draw there, and moved in 1953 to Baltimore where they became tht Bal- timore Colts. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM 22 P.M. KURT VON HESS v> BIG BOB IDECK INT'L. TAG TEAM CH'SHIP MATCH SITO S. LEE vs BELAFONTE PRINGLE ANSON vs MEDRANO BUTCHER vs GAYLORD Box office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE HOCKEY LEAGUE Lethbridge Warriors vs Bassano Damsitters SUNDAY, NOV. 21st p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE ADMISSION: O Adults ?5b Sludenti Children 25c WELCOME to the GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive Enjoy iSo finest of Chinese cuisino In pleasant new surroundings. TAKE OUT ORDERS Phone 328-2525 FREE DELIVERY 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Sun. 11 a.m. to 12 midnight I Did you know that In the first 30 years of football there were no yard lines marked I on the field! Playen [and spectators hod to guess 1 j what yard line the ball was f on. I bet you didn't know B KIRK'S has U N I R 0 Y A L I tires for every possible use in every price range. B It just stands to rea- B son that anyone In need of tires should get them from I KIRK'S because we deal ex- clusively in tires. 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