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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THJ lETHBRIDGt HERALD Jolurdtiy, Novombor 55, 1975- Locals were to meet hustling Great Falls dub this afternoon Kodiaks simply too tough for Antelopes By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Wrilcr IF c o a c h Tom Kan-en's thoughts strayed nway from Friday night's game with Med- icine 'Hat, he couldn't be held responsible. Kan-en, with his smooth, ef- ficient band ol Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks in full command of their game with Hie .Medicine Hnt College Antelopes, just had to be think- ing about today's semi-final en- omnler with College of Great Friday night marked the i renirg of (he second annual i'resident's Invitational at the Community College. Six clubs cpened with a crack at top dead at age 56 SASKATOON (CP) Doug Bentley, once known to National Hockey League fans as "a dipsy-doodle dandy from De- lisle." died in hospital Friday night after a long illness. Bentley, 56, had undergone two operations for cancer. He entered hospital for the last time about two weeks ago Bentley. a member of the famed Pony Line of Chicago Black Hawks during the and 1946-47 seasons, was the third famous NHL player to die In the last few weeks. The oth- ers were goaltenders Bill Dur nan of Montreal Canadiens and Turk Broda of Toronto Maple Leafs. Benlley came out of Delisle, a small community about 20 miles south-west of Saskatoon, and reached the NHL in 1939. He led the league in scoring during the 1942-43 season and three times was named to the first all-star team as a left- winger. He placed on the sec- ond all-star team as a centre in 1948-49. Despite those achievements, most of his recognition came as tlie left winger on the Pony Line, with Bill Mosienko on the right side and Max Bentley, Doug's younger brother, at centre. WE ARE NOW AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOP. BAUER SKATES We olso feature a SKATE SWAP Sharpened New Lacei Shlned Sanitized PAIR APPROX...... Lethbridge Honda Centre 1117 2 Ave. 5. Ph. 327-8889 Closed Monday 3pen Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m. "Ample Free Parking" money but today only three arc still in the running. Kocliaks, Great Falls and Carroll College of Helena, Mont, opened with victories Friday night before a packed house. simply overpowered Southern Alberta Institute of Technology 127-42, Kodiaks belled Medicine In the first game Great Falls I Hat 10D-49 and Carroll College THE LEADER SCORES AGAIN-Alec Dudns hooped 27 point] Friday night as the Community College Kodiaks dumped Hat College 100-49 in the President's invitational lournament. Chuvalo gets his chance News pleases Ungerman TORONTO (CP) Irv Ung- erman, manager of Canadian heavyweight boxing champion Treorge Chuvalo, said Friday .he announcement that Com- monwealth champion Danny .IcAlinden of Britain must de- end his title by May 31 pre- cludes any thoughts Chuvalo might have of retiring, lingerman said he has cam- NEED A TRUCK? FOR HARVESTING OR MOVING? RENT OURS! TON WITH DUALS 8'xl2'x35" BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Alio available for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16th Avenue and M.M. Drivo S., Lolhbridge Box 1234 Phone 328-8861 MEMBER FORD PFNTA-CAR SYSTEM paigned for 10 years and through four Commonwealth champions to set up a Com- monwealth title match for his fifihter who has been among Ihc world contenders for almost as long. "You can bet now lhat George will not retire until he gels a crack at the British Com- monwealth Ungerman said. "I've been trying to set this up for years, but it hasn't been until now that it looks like a reality." DKADLIM-: SKT In ratings released by Uic Commonwealth championships commiMco. McA linden was piven until May 31, 1973, (o de- fend his tillc against, cither Chu- valo or Briton .loc Bugricr. Ungerman said he also hoped to arrange a Commonwealth Lille match between Canadian welterweight champion Clyde Gray of Toronto, another mem- ber of his boxing stable, and Eddie Blay of Ghana. The committee said a cham- pionship must be arranged be- tween the two contenders for the vacant tillc by Feb. 23. Canadian light heavyweight champion Al Sparks o[ Winni- peg was not listed among the conl cutlers for t he Com- monwealth tille. Ungcrman ,vnid I his probably uas due In Sparks' inactivity during Hie last five Ray Clark, Focrclnry of Ihc Hrilish Boxing Board of control, ,said I ho Canadian's record was not rr.nsidcrcd Rood enough. RE-ROOft NOW... Before Leaks Develop Miikc .Sinipsons-Scars Yonr Headquarters for Dependable, In Your Nea t'.ir'. Sinn1 or turned hack a determined bid by Calgary Mount Royal Col- lege Cougars 90-G9. Kodiaks took full command of their encounter early with the Gas City allowing Kairen to use all of his charges. Karrcn's first string built up a 57-23 half time lead and for all intents and purposes, it was all over. Karren, being only human, mirt have had his mind wan- der, if only occasionally, to this afternoon's s e m i-final battle mill Great Falls. Kodiaks were to get their Baptism of fire on their homo court at three o'clock this after- noon when they met Great falls for the right to advance ,o the tournament final against Carroll College this evening at Carroll College got the all important bye into the final. At one o'clock this afternoon SAIT and Medicine Hat met to see who would play Mount Royal in the consolation final at DUDAS LEADS WAY Alec Dudas, who controls the whenever he is on the court, paced the Kodiaks with 27 points. He hit for 17 before getting a rest ui the first half. Dwight White, a newcomer to ;he locals this year, followed with 23 points while Gary Wil- liams added 20. Billy Holden was the best of the Antelopes as he hit for 15 joints while Rory McDonald managed 11. The Antelopes, coached by 'ormer Lethbridge Chinook Ar- nie Frank, were simply no match for the taller, more ex- perienced Kodiaks and except some erratic shooting and passing on the locals part the score may have been higher. Skip Harden of the Argonauts almost out scored the Trojans iimself as he hit for 33 big points in Great Falls' easy umph- I Craig Bonnarens followed with 26 points while Marlin Buxton added 21. All told, Great had six players hit for double figures. Blake Semcon looped 19 points for the Tro- lans. In Friday's final game Mike Mitchell and Roger Carter combined to pace the Saints over Mount Royal. Mitchell rat- tled the backboards for 22 wints with Carter right )elnnd with 21. Peter Ireland urned in an excellent perform- ance for Mount Royal with 25 mints. 1IOOPSHOTS Arnic Frank just doesn't have the material o work with, at the moment, in ilcdicine Hat The time will come, however, Frank is too a coach Kodiaks were n a mad rush to hit the cen- ury mark and did so just at the final buzzer One referee 'riday night saying "you can ell when Dudas (Alec) is on he floor, the pace quickens al- most at once" Newcomer Dwight White complements ary Williams and Dudas to a ee. LINE-UPS KODIAKS 100, ANTELOPES Anieloptl McDonald 11, Strain J, Jeadle 3, Stromsmoe 2, Kandl, Holden ONE OF 23 FOR WHITE-Dwight While goes up and dunks one for two points Friday evening in Lelhbridge Kodiaks' 100-49 win over Medicine Hat in the President's Invitational tourney. While, with Gary Williams (34) awaiting a rebound lhat never came, scored 23 points for the Kodiaks. sports menu TONIGHT President's Invitational. Lelhiirldgi Community College. Gamu il Ihrce, 6'3D and Alberla Junior Hockey Lengua. Cal- gary Canucks vs Lethbrldge Sugar Kings. Henderson Lake lea Cnelrt SUNDAY Lelhbrldge Bruomball League- Leth- brldge Hotel vs Southern Signs Herman's Upliolslery vs Knlghl Club- bers Correctional Inslilute va Honda Llberly Boilers vs Weller- llch Local vs Sunburst Cera- mics Cenfral Alberla Junior B League. Brooks vs Lelhbrldge Nalivi Sons. Henderson Ice Ccnlre 2 p.m. MONDAY Canada West Inler-Colleglale Bask- etball League. U ol L Pronghorns vi LI ol C Dinoctles fll p.m. and U of L Pronphorns vs U ol C Dino- saurs at p.m. Bolh garnet at U of L gymnasidm. TUESDAY Cfinada West Inler-Colleglalt Bask- etball League. U erf L Pronghorns vs U or C Dinocltes at p.m. end fhe U of L Pronghorns vs U of C Dino- saurs at p.m. Bolh games at Ihi U cF L gymnasium. Holtzman not happy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Knlcks coach Red Holtzman wasn't happy after his team was beaten by Boston Celtics 114-97 Friday night, but he wasn't about to throw in the towel, either. "I can't worry all Holtzman said, thinking ahead to tonight's rematch between the National Basketball Associ- ation Atlantic Division powers in New York. "I'm going home and have drink. Of coui-.se, I may beat my wife and I may kick the dog, In other NBA games, Chicago Bulls nipped Golden State War- riors 100-96, Milwaukee Buckj topped Kansas City-Omaha Kings 115-106, Buffalo Braves beat Philadelphia '76ers 105-96 and Los Angeles Lakers whip- ped Detroit Pistons 140-123. 5, Tagg 2, Massini B, Burton 6, Tolal- 1, Jssluklcwcz Quebec Nrw York Ottawa PhilsdelphlB Was lei Winnipeg icsola Ahcrln Angeles Hoiislon Chicago 10 Pis. 1 79 51 29 1 BO 61 25 1 63 3) (I fl7 71 ?0 1 69 7? 17 0 55 92 6 1 91 78 79 FOOTHILLS LEAGUf Kalnal Chlels Fernle Rangen 3 Taber Chefs 3 Coleman G's 3 Bdlevue B's 2 Pincher Creek 1 SCORING LEADERS L. Pauluk, Bellevue J. Baird, Kalnal F. Churla, Fernle....... N. Ruisel, BcllevuB G. Smilh, Kainal G. Taylor, Fernle....... G. Marcer, Fernle...... F. MtArlhur, Taber..... N. Grier, Knlnal........ R. Pincher......... 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