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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Timber Wolves elms of six-team cvenl Monday, November 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HfRAtO 7 CLARK PUTS IT UP AND IN Jim Clark, MVP at the President's Invitational tourney over the weekend puts another two points on the board for the Blue Mountain Timber Wolves of Pendleton, Ore. Checking Clark is AI Theissen of the Trinity College Spartans of Langley, B.C. Timber Wolves won the two-day event. Zeniths capture The annual MagraUi High School Invitational basketball tournament was as perfect as it could have been as the host Zeniths captured the top prize over the weekend. The Zeniths invited seven of the top high school basketball teams in .southern Alberta which produced an action-pack- ed twxMiay affair. In their march to the cham- pionship title, the Zeniths slid past the Cardston Cougars 56-55 after overtime periods in their first contest while in the semi- finals they tripped up the Stir- ling Lakers 51-11. In the championship final, a second half out-burst gave the Zeniths a 61-50 victory over the Catholic Central Cougars who dropped the Raymond Comets 5MG in their semi-final game. Going into Hie second-half with a slim 20-27 Zenith1! forced the managed to build up a substan- tial lead they never relinquish- ed. Burns Alston led the Zeniths attack with 17 points while Hick Penamar chipped in with 12. John Dudas and Dennis Hy- dychuck cnme up with 12 points apiece in a losing cause. The defending c h a mpion Raymond Comets couldn't get on track as they suffered hard-fought 32-30 loss to the Stirling Lakers in the consola- tion final. The Lakers, who trailed 18-12 at half time were led by Brian Peterson and Desmi McKee with nine points each while Rick Smith rimmed 14 for the Comets. The LCI Rams didn't go home empty-handed as they picked up the fourth place consolation final dropping Taber W. R. Myers 57-43. Two Canadians tied in third LA ROMANA, Dominican Re- public (Renter) Canada, rep- resented by Bert Ticehurst of lead, the Vancouver and Gar Hamilton of play and Toronto, shared third place in the Dominican International Amateur golf tournament for tho Copa America Trophy, which ended here Saturday. The Canadians came up with rounds of 71, 70 and 69 and 69 in the two-ball, medal-play event for an aggregate score of 279, 1 six strokes behind the winners. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM Kurt Von Hess vs Big Bob lueck Silo and Lee vs Bclafonto and I'ringlo Anson vs Medrano Butcher vs Gciylord MOTQ SKI Tougher 7 Ways FROM Prebco Recreation Vehicles tOO 4th Avc. N. IETHBRIDGE Mark Hnslam and Richard Andreachuk paced the Rams with 18 and 17 points respective- ly while Bob Hansen netted 15 for Taber. In the semi-final encounters, Rick Ponamar swished 14 points to give the Zeniths the 51-S1 win over the Lakers. John Balderson chipped in with 12 while Desmi McKee and Brian Peterson were high scorers for the Lakers who led 23-20 at half-time. McKee sunk 14 points and Peterson notched 12. Dudas racked up 14 points and Hydychuk 11 in their 51-46 victory over the Comets. Walter Zobell notched 19 points while Wallace Stone chip- ped in with 11 for the Comets who held a 29-21 lead at half- time. In other games staged Satur- day, Taber defeated St. Mary's Warriors 53-46 and LCI downed Cardston 48-35. Taber, who earned a lead at half time were paced by Hansen with 11 points and Marvin Anderson with 10 while Narcisse Blood and David Weasel Head picked up 19 and 13 points respectively for the Warriors. Brycc Tltomson flipped in 19 points in I he Ranis' victory over Cardston. The Cougars who trailed 'X- 17 after the first half were paced by Perry Leishman with nine points and Zelan Leavitt with seven. During the two-days of action Dennis Wheeler of the host Zeniths was named the sports- manship trophy winner while the Catholic Central girls won the eheerleading award. WIN LAST GAME TOKYO (AP) Baltimore j Orioles, behind tho pitching of Tom Dukes and Dick Hall, wound up their post-season baseball tour Saturday with a 5-0 triumph over the Yominri Giants. Kodiaks By LLOYD YAMAGISIU Herald Sports Writer "The big bad Wolves out- smarted Uie Spartans." The Blue Mountain Commun- ity College Timber Wolves smacked their lips after de- vouring Uie Trimly Western College Spartans 139-105 and captured the first annual Leth- bridge Community College President's Invitational basket- ball tournament over the week- end. Meanwhile, the host Kodiaks came up with one of their best games of the young season and clawed the Great Falls Argos 9M8 to earn the consolation title. The Timber Wolves from Pendleton, Oregon needed only two victories in the two-day af- fair to win the championship titles as they received a'bye into the final. A draw was made Saturday morning among the coaches in each division to see which team got the bye. The Kodiaks won the free trip in the con- solation division. Friday night the Timber Wolves slashed the host Ko- diaks 114-91 and then came right back with their second 100-poiiit performance to thump the Spartans. Before a packed house at the Civic Sports Centre Saturday night, the Timber Wolves jump- ed to a big 78-37 lead at half- time and never looked back. The point spread could hard- ly indicate the way the game was played as the Spartans from Langley, B.C. and the Wolves displayed a top-notch- ed brand of ball. During the second half, the cramped spectators witnessed end-to-cnd rushes which fea- tured dazzling plays and fan- tastic shooting. GREAT EFFORT As Gordon College the LCC's student co-ordinator put it: "These two teams played like N.B.A. ball clubs." Jim Clark was outstanding for the Timber Wolves during the 40 minutes as he gave the crowd many exciting moments. Clark, who was named the most valuable player in the two-day affair, constantly rob- bed the Spartans on breath-tak- ing checks. Standing at six feet, Clark has the agility and ability to out-jump players with longer reaches. On many occasions he would tip away any balls that seem- ed to spin around on the rim. dark also helped the team in scoring racking up 24 points along with Mike Rainey who notched the same number. Mike Brown and John Board- man were also instrumental in the victory scoring 22 points apiece. Al Tbiessen was the top point getter for the Spartans with 31 points while Al Newman and Rudy Siemens managed 21 and 15 respectively. In the consolation final, the Kodiaks were a different ball club Friday night as they hus- tled and shot their way to an easy victory over the Great Falls Argos. At half-time tire Kodiaks held a slim 35-34 lead, but came out like block-busters in the final 20 minutes out-scoring their op- ponents 60-34. From the field, the Kodiaks hit for 43 per cent of their shots while from the foul line they managed a 69 per cent average. consolation Curt Wolscy led the Kodiaks attack will) 'Hi points while Alec Dudus chipped in v.ith 26 and Gary Williams with 15. Jim Turly was the big man for Argos sinking 20 points while Skip Ilarriin added Hi. In con.'-otation semi-final ac- tion Great Falls came up with an 83-45 win over Medicine Hat while Trinity advanced against the Timber Wolves by slopping Mount Royal College 1111-03. The luss for'the Mount Royal club was their first in games going back to During the tournament an all-star team was chosen by a selection committee. John Boardman of the Tim- ber Wolves was named as o lop guard along with Curl Wolsey of the Kodiafcs. In the centre spot, Rudy Sie- TOURNEY ALL-STARS An all-star team was selected at the conclusion of the first annual President's Invitational basketball tournament. Named to the team were, front left to right, Jim Clark and John Boardman of the championship Blue Mountain Tim- ber Wolves. Clark was also the most valuable player at the tourney. Back row, left to right are Ron Olynylc of Calgary Mount Royal Cougars and Curt Wolsey of the host LCC Kodiaks. Missing were Rudy Siemans of Langley, B.C. and Skip Hardin of Great Falls. Can't et untracked ron rns If coach Gary Bowie of the University of Lethbridge Prong- horns would like to forget tiiis past weekend no one could blame him. Pronghorns, smarting from n 93-55 setback Friday evening at the hands of the British Colum- bia Thunderbirds in Western Canada Inter-Collegiate Basket- ball League action, were smacked 115-37 Saturday eve- ning by the same 'Birds from the University of B.C. the B.C. Thundor- ettes tx'lted the U of L gals 6-1-22 .Saturday following a 75-31 More sport on page 8 ,v Johnson wins Azalea Open WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) George Johnson, a 32-year-old Negro, rolled in a 20-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole and won the Azalea open golf tour- nament Sunday, becoming only the fourth of his race to win on the pro tour. Johnson, in his third year on the tour, defeated Ralph John- j notched 20 points for the Thun- rookie, after both had j derbirds en route to victory Fri- day while Don Hamilton paced the Pronghorns with 21 as they trailed -Ifi-M at the half. Dim Tborson netted 33 points in tile second game as the home team, on its way to its fifth win this season, built up a pheno- menal lead over the luckless The Thunderbirds were al- most fla'.viess in their one-sided win over tho Pronghorns as tiiev hit for per cent from the field. At Vancouver. Stan Gallegari ston. a finished the regulation 72 holes in 274, 10 under par on the 6.575-yard Cape Fear Country Chib course. Johnson had n final-round 70 and Johnston a 66. Each was seeking his first victory. The victory was worth 57.000 from Hie total purse of j visitor-; who were paced by lo Johnson, pushing his total for! Kompi's in points, the year to j hi I ho gals' Saturday night The tournament, however, Is j game Debbie Phelan hooped ill night at Winnipeg 77-65 and then nipped the visitors 69-00 Saturday night in the second game of their double-header. In other Friday-Saturday double bills, University of Win- nipeg Wesmen split victories with visiting University of kafchewan Huskies, taking the first game 90-81 end dropping the second %-Cl: and Univer sity of Calgary Dinosaurs and University of Alberta Golden Bears did likewise at Calgary, the visitors winning the opener 65-59 and losing the other 57-53. At Calgary, Tom Solyom led period j Golden Bears in the opener seals and coasted to a 6-1 win j Wheelers dump Elks Medicine Hat Wheelers scored over tho Lethbridge Midget j 1 half-time cxlge. Jim Lath- Elks in Southern Alberta .luve-1 toP ,for Ule I Dinosaurs with 13 noints. niie action over the weekend. Wheelers led 3-0 and 5-1 by periods. Tom Wray pared the Wheel- ers' attack with tliree goals Dale Knox chipped in Dinosaurs with 13 points. Bowlin NU MODE HOMES o Da vict 276; Doreen 29J pail'. Hick Frier C01H- Dinnne Pnrnsrak 751 he scoring with a sec- j plctcd the ond period goal. Hod averted a shutout for the Elks who were outshot A total of 27 penalties were handed out in the game with the Elks getting the nod on lull j SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Maa Popma 177; M.irie Smith 3DS; Jp.in Fsttpy M Dcrc'hy Adams tffi; Dofinn McEwcn 129; P.it T-.T pcnnjj. stimatz 127; i 267 Lcla 01-or 2'2f, EKcen C Ftnol Evanscn ;23; Shirley Me. not ranked as a major event and the victory does not gain him n position in Hie Masters. Winners of tournaments now automatically qualify for the Masters. A Negro has never played in the classic at Au- gusta. Ga. Veteran Hod Funselh and oluh pro Terry Wiloox lied for third at 275, Ftmscth taking n 67 and Wilcox managing a K9 in the chilly, windy weather. The group at 27i> included La- bran Harris, Jim Jamieson, Jim Collxrt, Bobby Muchcll nnil Herb Hooper. for the Thunderettcs. Vrm Dioren had eight for IJ of L j Pro n.chorus see action this I weekend as they host. Univer- sity of C.'ilL'ary Dinosaurs Fri- dr.y and evenings at (Jio Civic Centre, University of Alanitohn Bisons j have ended MX years of frustra- tion hy openim: their Western Canada Itileirollej'iate Athletic Association League srhnlnU1 v, ilh ;t win. led hy Angus Run- in I'nth gr.mos, heni University 13 n b c a I R Friday UP TO ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A S9.95 MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS O FREE INSTALLATION O 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT 509 6th Avenue South INUTE UFFLEPl INSTALLATIONS Phono 328-8134 mcns of the Spartans picked up a trophy while the two forward positions went to Skip Hardin of Great Falls and Kon Olynyk of Calgary. IIOOl' SHOTS 'Hie tourna- ment was not only uell or- ganized, but well attended The half-time entertainment u is a treat in itself If the Kodiaks would have played 1 h e Timber Wolves like they did against the Argos, they might have --ran the other trophy instead. Drug usage is common says Kar rras DETROIT fAP> Alex Kar- i s, former Detroit Lion star, s y.s the n.se of drugs is wide- spread in professional football. In a story written for the De- troit Free Press. Karras that former football placer Dave Megcssey was "mostly right" when he alleped tluit many, if not most, professional football players use drugs to in- crease their ability and ignore injuries. "I've taken shots, cr novo- cainc injections, and I've taken pep pills, and so have a lot of other Lions and so do players on almost any team you'd care to Karras says. ''It's a very common thing. "Some players take 'cm (pep pills) by the handful before a ball game.'1 Karras says pep pills are common as novocaine shots, taken to "play over'' m juries. While no one ever orders hots or pills, Karras says, pressure from coaches and team-mates drives players to take them to be able to perform when they are hurt. WANTS YOUR '65-'66-'67 1965 Thunderbird Conver- tible. V8, aulo., P.5., P.B., radio, hide-away converti- ble roof. Has 1o be seen to be appreciated. Was Now S1447 2 Only! 1969 Chevrolet Bel Airs Sedans. V8, rodio. Both completely recondition- ed and carry 50-50 warran- ties. Your Choice of Either Unit 1969 Ford Ranch Was Now S2111 1970 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 Door H.T. V-8, auto., P.5.. P.B., radio, Candy Apple Red exterior with black vinyl up- holstery, low mileage and an exrna clean unit. Was 53295. Now ___ 1970 Mercury Cyclone 2 Door Hardtop. 428 Cobra Jet V-8, aulo., P.S., P.B., radio, con- sole shift, buckets, sporty red exterior. 53595. Now S3246 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 4- Door Hardtop V8, P.S., radio, medium green with block vinyl roof, excellent rubber ond extra clean. Just Inl Price Freeze Special 1969 Buick LeSabrs Sedan Sacrificing at 1970 Mefeor Montealm Four Door Hardtop V-8, matic, power steering, power brakes, radio and air-condi- tion ing. Extra clean. Fewer train warranty transferable. Wes Now S3437 1971 Ford Custom 500 2 Door Hardfop. 351 V-8 engi auto., P.S., P.B., radio. Aledi- blue with dark blue vinyl medium blue vinyl uo- upnolstery, one of our com- ond has ber-n ept in excellent condition. Volume Sale, Special S3J37 1969 Envoy Epic 2 door. 4 peed trans., original miles, a real o.ood second cor Volume Sale, Spiral 1968 Chevrolet Biscoyne Sod- in. V-8, auto., rodio, blue oth white vinyl roof, l-ms to DO driven to bo apprrciatrd Volume Sale, Special SII71 966 Dodge C500 Truck. 3 an, 175 inch wheelbaso, V-8, speed, 2 speed nxle, fair libber all around, complete box. 'olume Sale, Special FORD SALES LTD. Moyor Mncjrafh ot 16th Avo. S. Phono 328-8GM Open until 9 p.m. ;