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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 34, 1972 THE IETHBRIDSE HERALD IS Two games on tap High School league opens The 1972-73 Southern Alberta "A" Boy's High School Basket- ball League season will official- ly get underway with three games tonight. The defending champion Catholic Central Cougars will entertain Cardston to open their season against the Cougars while the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Earns will be at home to host the Magrath Zeniths. Sooners gained revenge By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oklahoma Sooners gained re- venge in one of the two big Thanksgiving Day college foot- ball games Thursday. The Sooners came from be- hind to defeat Nebraska Corn- buskers 17-14 while Texas Long- horns trampled traditional ri- vals Texas A and M 38-3. In last year's game, Ne- braska, the Big Eight champs and ranked No. 1 at the time, knocked off then-No. 2 Okla- homa 35-31 in Norman, Okla., and went on to the national championship. Defences dominated the firsl half, with the only score coming as a result of a fumble. Okla- homa's Kenneth Pope couldn't handle a Nebraska punt, the Cornhuskers recovered, anc went on to score on a 14-yard run by Bill Olds. Another fumbled punt set up Nebraska's other touchdown. In the third period, Jerry List ol Nebraska took the ball away from Oklahoma's Joe Wylie on the Sooner 24, and Dave Goellcr scored from the one. Then Oklahoma quarterback Dave Robertson went to the pass. He led a 76-yard scoring drive that look 11 plays. He then connected with freshman Tinker Owens on a 22-yard scor ing pass to tie the score 14-14. A fumble by Nebraska quar terback Dave Humm set up Rick Fulcher's game-winning field goal from 41 yards in the final period. Canadians even mark MANAGUA, Nicaragua (CP Canada evened its record in the 20th world amateur basebal tournament Thursday night beating Honduras 3-1 behind the six-hit pitching of Glenn Scott o Minncdosa, Man. The Canadians got all the runs they needed in the first in ning when a fielder's choice with the bases loaded scored one run and catcher Bruce Gul lett of Edmonton singled home another. The win was the fourth fo Canada against four losses. Canada defeated winless Italy 3-1 Wednesday night as Gart Neville of Binscarth, Man. went the route and allowe "If you're talking about a w ning club, that's one tiling, b keep in mind that a winni club is not necessarily the a swcr. What did winning t Grey Cup in 1070 do for Mon- i trcal football? Nothing, Cahill, says The Star, believes the Alouettes must "present football to French-Canadians as an appealing product." The Star story says that Cah- ill said first of all the Aloucltcs must slarl looking professional. "Onco that's only you got around lo op- erational he said, ileanwhile in Vancouver the iversity of British Columbia underbirds came from be- nd a two point half time ficit Thursday to defeat Uni- rsity of Victoria Vikings 68-58 n the first game of a two-game anada West University Athle- c Association Basketball se- es. The second game will be layed tonight. Vikings led 34-32 at half time. John Mills was UBC's high corer with 18 points, followed y Jack Hoy and Stan Calle- ari with 12 each. Ceris Hall led Victoria with o points and Corky Jossul and Tom Holmes had 12 each. The University of British Co- umbia Thunderettes opened leir women's basketball sea- son Thursday with a 5340 win ver University of Victoria Vi- kettes. It was the Vikettes' third game and first loss of the sea- on. Rose Josell was high scorer or Victoria with eight points Diana Brozok and Edna Ritchie each contributed seven. High scorer for UBC was Wendy Grant with 12 followed by Liz Silcott with 10. SHARON GIDUK sports menu TONIGHT President's invitational. Lethbridg Community college. Games at :30 and Southern Alberta "A" Boy's Hlg chool Basketball League. LCI Ram Magrath Zeniths 8 p.m. and LC Colts vs Magrath Eagles p.m Both games at LCI. Catholic Centr Cougars vs Cardston Cougars 8 p.m nd CCHS Flyers vs Cftrdston Wil ats p.m. Both games at car Ion. SATURDAY President's Invitational. Lethbridg Community College. Games at on 'iree, and Alberta Junior Hockey League. Ca gary Canucks vs Lethbridge s u g a (ings. Henderson Lake Ice Cnetr SUNDAY Lethbridge Broomball League. Lettv iridge Hotel vs Southern Signs Herman's Upholstery vs Knight club- jers Correctional Institute vs Honda Liberty Boilers vs Welter- ich Local 740 vs Sunburst Cera- mics Negrello fires in four goals The short handed Labor Club Athletics dropped the Pur- ity Bottlers 9-6 behind Tim Neg- rello's four goal performance in the only City Recreation Hockey League game staged Thursday night. The Athletics, who played with only 11 players, picked up a 2-1 lead after the first period and held a 4-3 margin after the second. Jack Taylor, Bruce Lowe, Don Bruchet, Ken Lupul and Al Rowntree chipped hi with a goal apiece for the winners while Grant Harrington, Ken Kristj a n son, Murray Brown, Jim Dundass, Ed Carpenter and Tom Yip replied for the Bottlers. APPOINTMENT Bottle drive on Saturday The Lethbridge Minor Soccer League will stage a bottle-drive starting at nine o'clock Satur- day morning. The area to be canvassed will je on the east side of Mayor Magrath Drive and all persons living in this section are re- quested to donate bottles if available. KARL WIIDE Jack look, owner of look Mobile Homes, wishes to announce the appointment of Karl Wilde as Salei Manager of the Lethbridge operation. Karl is well known in Southern Alberta, having own- ed and operated a successful bus- iness for many years. Since mov- ing to Lethbridae, he has been active in the mobile home in- dustry. With his wealth of ex- perience in business and public relations, Karl is well able to take care of your Mobile Home requirements. Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS PLEXIGLAS MIRRORS GLASS All TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUMINUM DOORS AND WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS ond CABINETS ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Avo., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 ;