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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 20, THE UTHMIDGE HERALD 7 Catholic Central falls in final Zeniths keep tourney title at home The Magrath Zeniths couldn't have had a better weekend as they captured their own fourth annual invitational basketball tournament championship title. The host Zeniths bested sev- en other top southern Alberta high school teams In a two-day affair. The Zeniths earned their sec- ond tourney title by belting the Lcthbridge Catholic Central Cougars 52-34 in the champion- ship final Saturday night. Rick Ponomar paced lire Zen- iths with a 14-point performance while John Balderson and Tim Hollingson added 12 points apiece. Peter Sikora notched 17 points for the Cougars while Handy Iloyer chipped in with 10. Meanwhile Taber thumped the Cardston Cougars GM4 to take home the third place title. Robin Hansen hooped 39 big points to lead Taber while Jim Golta tvanted more points Brilliant comeback for Roughies WINNIPEG (CP) Jim Thorpe of Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers suggested last week the rule that gives a team a chance to get a single point on a missed field goal should bo thrown out. He's probably more convinced he's right today. Because of that rule, the season is over for end TLorpe and the Bombers, while again returned it to the field. Saskatchewan Roughriders go on to the Grey Cup by virtue of Western Football Conference championship. Place-kicker Jack Abends- Chan missed a 34-yard'field-goal with six seconds left, Winnipeg kicked it out, Saskatchewan quarterback Ron Lancaster booted the ball back into the zone and the Bombers a 27-24 win over Winnipeg Sun- day. Under CFL rules, if a field- goal attempt is no good, but the defending team can't get the ball out of the end zone, the kicking point, team gets a single Sunday, Winnipeg, an odds-on favorite to knock off the Hough- riders, was forced to return kicks from the end zone with only seconds remaining on the clock. Following the second kick from the end zone, Winni- peg was called for giving no yards to a punt receiver and Saskatchewan got another chance at a field goal. It was good and Saskatchewan won the Little trouble for Bears EDMONTON (CP) The small and inexperienced Loyola College Warriors fell before an aerial blitz thst carried Univer- sity of Alberta Golden Bears to a 5C-G win Saturday In the West- ern College Bowl. Loyola held Alberta within reach until the third quarter and had several opportunities in the second quarter to take the lead. Coach Doug Daigneault, who said before the game he liked being rated an underdog be- cause it took off some of the pressure, pondered the thump- ing In the Loyola dressing it was quiet but not subdued after the game. He said he expected to win and "we could have if we had put something across in the second quarter." That was when Golden Bears seemed intent on blowing their eaiy lead. A series of errors and penalties left the Warriors in good field position throughout the quarter and eventually they came up with a first down on the Alberta one-yard line. The Golden Bear defence, led by linebacker and defensive captain Andy the game's most valuable tackle Al Sheman- chuk, thwarted Loyola on three consecutive thrusts. Meanwhile the Waterloo Lutheran Golden Hawks, with a powerful ground game and a c-aptive pass defence, walloped St. Mary's Huskies 50-17 Satur- day in the Atlantic Bowl. "A learn effort like today and we got the championship." Hawk coach Dave Knight said matler-of-factly after the lop- sided contest which gave his team a herlh in Ihe national college final in Toi-onto next Salurday against University of Alberta Golden Bears. SECOND TRY GOOD But Winnipeg was assessed the no-yards penalty ?.nd, with no time showing on the clock, Abendschan's second try from tire 32 was successful. The game can't end on a penalty. A dejected Winnipeg coach Jim Spavital said the no-yards penalty was a good call, but said the same penalty should have been assessed Saskatche- wan when Bombers' Mike Law SASKATCHEWAN 87 WINNIPEO 54 First downs Yards rushing fielded Abendschan's wide field-1 in the middle and (Paul) Rob' goal attempt. It was the running of fullback George Reed and costly rough- ing penalties against Winnipeg that allowed the Roughriders to move into a 24-24 tie with three minutes left. Winnipeg led 21-7 at halftime and 24-14 going into the final quarter. But on the final play of the third quarter Mickey Doyle left the game with a broken leg. That, both clubs, agreed, was the vital turning point. "When Mickey got hurt that was it our outside was SASK WPG n is 2110 78 Passes meds-trled Interceptions-yards Punts-average 308 235 15-31 16-36 ..11-33.8 9-39.5 2-2 5-25 hurting, they ran all over Spavital said afterwards. Lancaster said "it really hurt them when Doyle got hurt. They had to put (Phil) Minnick OTTAWA 11 HAMILTON First downs Yards rushing........ Yards passing Mel ollence Posses made-tried Interceptions Pun's-aversge Fumbles-lost 7-651 Penalties-yards 12-28 1.1 6-3S PEPPER TRIUMPHS Enid Pepper and her mates won the first bonspiel of the season over the weekend at the fethbridge Curling Club. Pepper and her rink won the annual club bonspiel. The winners are, front left to right, third Marion Mokcsh and skip Pepper. Back, left to right, second Marj Purdy and lead Faye Coleman. Lindsay runner-up Pepper wins it Enid Pepper got off on the right foot as the 1972 73 wo- men's curling season got under way at the Lethbridge Curling Club over the weekend. Pepper threw skip rocks as she and her mates ousted Irene Lindsay in first event of Uie annual dub bonspiel which opened Friday and ended Sun- day. Marj Purdy and lead Faye Coksman. The second event was won by Norma Douglas. Douglas son on the outside. Robson isn't as strong as Minnick. It was the inebackers who stopped our running game in the first half." Roughriders, third-place fin- ishers in the West this season, managed only 62 yards rushing in the first half but romped for 138 in the second half, mostly by Read. The punishing fullback car- ried 26 times for 156 yards and two touchdowns. Al Ford got the other Saskatchewan major while Abendschan added two field goals and three converts. Bob Larose caught two touch- down passes for Winnipeg. De- fensive end Jim Heighten scored the other when he recov- ered a blocked punt in the end zone and quarterback Don Jonas added one field goal, two converts and a single. Winnipeg had opportunities to put the game out of reach. The team penetrated inside the Sas- katchewan 30-yard-line three times in the second quarter and came away with one point. Interceptions played a major role in the Saskatchewan vic- tory. Lewis Cook grabbed a Jonas pass early in the fourth quarter and it resulted in a field goal that made the score 24-17. Meanwhile the Ottawa Rough Riders take a 12-poinl lead into Hamilton Sunday as a result of Saturday's 19-7 win over the Tiger-Cats, but accord- ing to Rider coach Jack Gotta, it doesn't mean a thing. "I was hoping for 20 or 22 points but the 12 we have really are said Gotta after Ottawa won the opening game of the Eastern Football Confer e n c e two-game, total-pom series. "If we were going down for a sudden-death game, we'd have to give away 10 or 12 points jus for being in their home park." This was Ottawa's first win in four games this season over the TiCats and was due in big part to the way the Riders were able not only to keep Hamilton quar- terback Chuck Ealey in his pro- tective pocket most of the day but also to throw him for losses again and again. If you play Ealey only once a season, "he'll kill said Gotta. "But over several games, you get to know a bit about him." Riders knew enough Saturday to limit Hamilton to a net ground gain of five yards. Ea- Jey completed 13 of 28 passes tor another 197 yards. Ottawa racked up a game of- fence of 436 yards with Rick Cassata passing for 321 and the ground attack gaining 115. Rhome Nixon's high leap for a pass in the frst quarter and Art Cantrelle's four-yard run in the third were the touchdown plays for Ottawa. Gerry had a convert t losing 'oone swished 14 In a ausc. Walter Zobell netted 22 points nd gave the Raymond Comets slim 52-50 victory over the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute tarns and the consolation final. Mike Day was the top scorer or the Rams with 12 points. In other games staged Satur- lay, Zobell scored 15 points o give the Comets a 59-53 win iver the Stirling Lakers. Jeff Hill chipped in with 14 points while Marty Hirsche managed 23 points in a losing cause. The LCI Rams moved into he consolation final by whip- ping the Milk. River Ridge lirters 56-37. Curtis Klovansky pumped In 5 points for the Rams while Kelly Strong aided with 16. Lodermeier sank 25 loinls to reply for the Riders. John Balderson picked up 18 points and led the Zeniths to a 53-37 win over the Cardston Cougars. Brad Wilde added 15 points while Bruce Leavitt managed -7 rcoints for the Cougars. The CCHS Cougars earned a info the championship 'inal by dropping Taber 64-56. Sikora notched 26 points and Royer 21 for the Cougars while Hansen led Taber with 18 points. At the conclusion of the two- day event, tourney officials se- lected an all-star team. All-star honors went to Wilde of the Zeniths, Sikora of CCHS, Zcbell of Raymond and Hansen of Taber. Ponomar of the Zeniths was chosen as the most valuable Kodiaks come up short player cf the tourney. Parker honored DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Wes Parker, the smooth-fielding first baseman of Los Angeles Dodg- ers, has been named the 19th winner of baseball's Lou Gehrig Memorial Award, it was an- nounced Saturday. The award is given annually to a major league player who best exemplifies the off-field character BS well as the playing ability of the Hall of Fame first baseman. Pronghorns triumph SASKATOON men's basketball squad dropped their second straight CWIWBL game Saturday night. Friday night the Pronghorns were defeated 75-47 by the University of Saskatchewan Huskiettes while Saturday night the same Huskiettes thumped the Pronghorns 70-51. Heather Witzel paced the win- ners with 19 points, 15 in the second half, while Karen Kus- ler aided with 12 and Dot Oster- tag collected 10. Lee Voth led the Pronghorns the j with 19 points while Val On- Pronghorns held a 45-35 margin chipped in with 10. after the first half and rani Huskiettes led 34-27 at the away with the game in the end of the first half and went Tollestrup all but single-hand- edly destroyed the University of Saskatchewan Huskies as he scored 40 points to pace the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Prong- horns to a 94-57 Canada West Inter-Collegiate Men's Basket- oall League victory Saturday night. The lop-sided decision for the Pronghorns avenged a season- oprntog 87-74 loss to the Husk- ies Friday night and pushed their record to 1-1. In Saturday's contest, second. Tollestrup was outstanding to on to out-score the Pronghorns 18-2 midway through the sec- say the least as he rifled in end half to clinch the win. 19 points in the opening half and added 21 more in the final half. Friday night Tollestrup hoop- ed 30 points in a losing cause and now has 70 big points in two games. Larry Baker and Doug Kempt were also instrumental in the Pronghorn's victory as they netted 16 and 12 points respectively. Brian Eger led the Huskies with 14 points while Paul Jaco- by added 11. Meanwhile the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns wo- Meanwhile, in Calgary, the Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks fell just short in their bid for the first annual Mount Royal College Classic crown as they dropped a narrow 99 97 verdict to'Blue Mountain Col- lege in the final. Williams, voted most valuable player in tourney, with 26 paced points. the the the Kodiaks Alec Dudas chipped in with 23 while Curt Wolsey added 20. Both Dudas and Wolsey were named to tha all star team. Kodiaks, who led 59-53 at half time simply ran out of steam after dropping the host Mount Royal Cougars 103 53 earlier in the day. Friday night they stopped the University of Saskatchewan 108-53. In other league encounters staged Saturday, the Univer- sity of British Columbia Thun- derbirds edged the University of Calgary Dinosaurs 58-51. In victoria, the University of Victoria Vikings upended Alberta Golden Bears 70-62. STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM fielafonte vs Kamala Midget Triple Tag 50 WRESTLERS and field goals of 10 nd her foursome bested Millie for Oiher Snowfien in the final. and 23 Ottawa poinls. Jlyrna MrQuarric captured After holding Hamilton off the the third event as she won out i Scoreboard to" 58 minutes, Rid- over Mai'j Dekker in the final, j crs (heir shutout on a J2- Twenly nine local rinks took part in the three day event. Next event on the agenda at the Curling Club is the Grey Cup Rainbow Bonspiel with S'.- 000 in prize money up for Pepper, who trailed through most of the final game, came back with an extra end victory and took home the lion's share of the silverware. Playing with Pepper were third Marion Mokosh, second I and is set for Dec. 1, 2 and 3. fence. yard touchdown throw from Ea- icy to Carney Henley. Ian Sim- tor converted. A crowd of 21.SOO gave stand- ovations to Ottawa's defen- sive club as they HI the field grabs. It is limited to' 32 entries after frustrating the TiCats of- Snnduy's win was 10th without loss Shula to prepare for Super Bowl By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After overtaking the Jets, Miami Dolphins are heading for the National Football League's It's Super Howl or bust, says roach Don Simla. "We've pot tn pet this football learn ready to start the play- said Shula aflcr the Dol- phins won the American Foot- Inll Conference's Eastern DM- 'en lilli' with a 28-24 comc- i.cmi-bchind win over New York Sunday. Simla said ho wouldn't tnko rnylhiiiR less than n return to I ho NFL'ii dramplonshlp game. The Dolphins were humiliated in Hie Super Howl lust year by Goulwys, "Sure, winning sion titles were still undecided after Sunday's action. Cleveland Browns bounced PitlFburgh Slcrlers 26-21 and threw their AFC Central race Oakland crushed championship Is said Shula, "but now we've got the second season to think about." In winning the division lille, Uie Dolphins took their lOih straight victory this year. With four games to go, they threaten to become only the third tenm in NFL history lo finish a regu- lar season undefeated. That aspect of the season doesn't particularly excite the Dolphins' fold boss. "Certainly, winning Is Impor- tant, said Simla, "but If anybody's injured we're going to fry lo get them hcnllhy for the oven if it moans not using our nest and losing a few regular- season gamps." While Miami won the AFC 145-11 decision lo Minnesota Vik- ii division 1 East, remaining divi-1 ings. Green Buy held on lo first inlo a Denver 37-20 and moved 1'i games up on Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. The Chiefs were beaten 27-17 by San Diego Chargers. In the National Football Con- ference, Dallas Cowboys smashed Philadelphia 2S-7 and moved within Eagles half- game of leading Washington in the Kast. The Redskins play tonight nfiniiiKl Atlanta Falcons, who arc lied for first in the West. Aiu'.cli'.s fell into a lie in the Central by one game after beating Houston Oilers JU- KI. In Ihe other Raines, it was: Baltimore Cincinnati ill; Buf- falo 27 New Knglaml 24; Detroit 27 New Orleans M; New York 1.1 St. Louis 7 and San Fran- cisco 34, Chicago 21. Safety Did; Anderson wl up two Miami touchdowns with a pass interception and fumble recovery as tho Dolphins bent the Jets in a heart-stopping game decided in Ihe closing quarter. With the .Ids leading 22-21 in the last period, Anderson fell on n fumble by the .lets' Cliff at the New York 27. Four plays later. Mercury Morris ran 14 yards around the Irfl sldo for HIP winning Iraioh- down, GLASS BELTS SIMPSONS hears OUR BEST 4 PLY NYLON SNOW AS LOW AS WITH GLASS BELTS ONLY DEtUXE TRACTION Our best 4 ply nylon >now tire. Built with deep. wide Iroction tread to keep you going through no matter what the weather. Guaranteed 36 monthi ogoinst wear out. SNOW GUARD Has two Fibre Glass bolts for strength and safety, plus two plies of DuPont nylon. Deep gripping tiro guainnlood 42 months against woor out. 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