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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Srlluiclay, Novombor 20, 19X0 tiny Roy UP IN THE 'HAIR'-Calgory Stampeders Bill Roy (left) and Jim Sillye bold up laura Gaulhier of the cast of the rock musical Hair in Toronto Thursday night, ond Sillye hod their fun Thursday os it was down to work this morning'as Ihey and their Slampeder males met Montreal Alouelles in 1he Grey Cup. Streak ends at 16 games ks By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS New York's pro basketball title last year meant something special to" Walt so did the Knicks' record 18-game winning streak at the start of that season. That's why he tried a little harder Friday as the Kiu'cks stopped Milwaukee Bucks 103-94 and ended the Bucks' 16-game National Basketball Association winning string. 1 "We thought about the streak a Frazier admitted. "We've only teen in the books for a year with that record- less than a year." "But we didn't get all psyched up. We approached it like pro- fessionals. We just figured that Lew (A.lcindor) and Oscar (Robertson) were going to get their points and if we could hold Bob (Dandridge) and (Jon) McGlocklin, we could beat -them." That's not all the Knicks did in the fourth quarter of their thriller held the entire lean: to It points, a Buck record. The previous worst was 13 at Atlanta in 1968. Boston Celtics unleased then- most potent offence of the year, hammering Baltimore Bullets 153-107; Cincinnati Royals tripped Philadelphia '76ers 113- 109; Chicago Bulls lashed Buf- falo Braves 121-104; Portland Trail Blazers outscored Cleve- Directors meet OTTAWA CCP) The Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associa- tion's board of directors will meet in Winnipeg Saturday and Sunday to discuss "many im- portant items of act- ing president Joe' Kryczka an- nounced today. Matters on the agenda in- clude player eligibility in the Western Canada Hockey League, the winter games in Saskatoon, the 1971 Allan Cup playoffs and other matters, the CAHA said in a news release. IMPROVE THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR CAR WITH A ViNYl TOP WE AtSO SPECIALIZE IN AUTO UPHOLSTERY SEE US NOW BASTEDO fURNlTURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5 St. S. Ph. 327-7711 NOTICE! SHOTGUN SHOOTERS Lethbridge Trap Club will be open during the Winter Months SUNDAYS to p.m. Free Instruction Upon Request! Club located Vi mile North ond 1 milg West of tsfhbridge Airport. land Cavaliers 111-102; San Diego edged Atlanta Hawks 128-127, Seattle Supersonics whipped San Francisco Warriors 101-96 and Phoenix Sans tripped Los Angeles Lakers 116-105. Milwaukee coach Larry Cos- tello didn't think the poor, last- period showing was an indica- tion of a Bucks' fold. "There was no pressure about the streak at he said. "The boys worked hard to win 16 in a row, but we didn't talk about it before the game or anything." Willis Reed, who scored a game-high 34 points, and outbat- tled Alcindor, who had 33, ad- mitted the winning streak played a part in his preparation for the game, but said it wasn't the main thing. "It's just that this is the team that's been winning ail the games, we had to beat he said. High School hoop season, under way Comets open with win, Zeniths just edge Rams By LLOYD YAMAUISHI Herald Spoils Writer The Southern Alberta "A" Boys' Basketball League open- ed with all the entries getting a taste of action last night. In Lethbridge, the defending champion Raymond Comets continued their winning streak as they dumped Die CCHS Cou- gars 63-50 while the LCI Rams were edged out 60-54 by the Magrath Zeniths. Meanwhile in "B" boys' ac- tion the CCHS Flyers were Bowling scores OLENDALE BOWL HAY AGENCIES Grace Hill 375; Flo Nyquist 321; Jean Passey 295 Ruby Oseen 238; Art. McLaughlin 253; Mary Patvin 260 D, TwcoUe 255; Mars Held 2JO; QHis palmer 2-J3; Deris Johnson 233. SHOPPERS WORLD Dof Sorenson 300 Marg Reid 233; Sandy Scafiergood 289 Jean 257 HeJen Dickson 317 Mary Johnson "209; Jcsia O'Hara 267; Dena Smith Audrey Johnson 246s Dena Vaykovich KIMURA'S MIXED Chuck Ober 257; Westergreen 261; Randy Larve 212; Lavecne Block 255; Randy Lang Bill Roth 262; Ev Peterson 221; Jeanette Ziefffe Linda Graham 213; Dennis Dick 230. SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Layne Baceda 278; Dietsr Bcchtold 255; Joe Temiant SMI; Jerry Hakizc Dot Olshaski 360; Marg Roth 235; Lynne Tremei Marisne Trerrtei 3J5 (637 U Barb Scaffergaod 237; San- dy Scaltergood 23fi. SENIOR CITIZENS Iris Afchlboid 197; Marg Rasmus- sen 767; Vi Cuell 177; Henry Myers 151 1 Sid Jones 147; Van. WyK 253; Fred Beard 210; Jim Free! 201; H. C. Brown 220; Tom Archibald 169. CHiHOOK STATIONERS Meet Qually 249; Connie Baceda 226; Agnes Nykiforuk 28S; Louise Church 219; DonniS Fedcr 532; Jean Arm strong Bernice Hay 236; Janet Mills 223; Scv Potter 215; Cynthia ligan 238. BOISE CASCADE Cy Mees 2-16; Carol Jim Ainsley 237; Louise Nishiyama 202 GsH Mees 240; Judy Harnack W. VASA LODGE Nick Bianchi 278; Bob Hanson 225; Bea Hanson !23; Debbie Berry 3 Arvld Oseen 252; Goorge Hoimbeig 225; Rick Larson 223; Jerry Lar on 236; Peggy McLaren 219; Lil Hegland 212, WILSON JR. HIGH Adella Besseling 204; Ken Dues 187; Thomson 185; Murray Kobe 169; Wood 163; Jim Chimboryk CHEC Steve Saier 312 Jean Christie 2-M H. C. Brown 282 Eldon WesiUng 2S9 Francis 231 Buck McNeely 235 Elaine Wright 252; Rila Currie W; Mahel WiggifJ 277; John Foder 365; Kick Hayes 255; Gord Dudley 27S Wendy Sera M9; Anderson 147; Sefrna Nbliirnura 154; Greg Chumik 15L COMMERCIAL MEN'S Fen Tunbrictee 297 i3461; Steve Fed- ersen 312 Fred Thomas 306 17943; Law Mitts 286; Randy Watstorv crotf 281 Ken -King 296 John Rempel 323 BiJr Braim 300 Sam Girardi 314 Francis Riga 263 (7281; Francis Wright 32J (7533; H. C. Brown 356, 8 and E HARDWARE Sandy Scaltergood 295; Dot Ander- son 253; Edwards 30S Eva Deimuih 247; Joyce Bach John ScaJfergood Jr. 262; John Scatfergood Sr. 2-JS; Bill Anderson 232; Bill Bach 223; Kari PiiilHpp Walt Crornbcz 2-13. HIGA'S Dianne Violin! 290 Phyl Har- rison 290 Shirley Boyd 263 (680V; ich 245 J1 gard 357 Frances Lyrm Ttirnbul! 316; Lin- Kelly 251 251; Dot Bulpiif 258; Dtanns Peder-Ecti '257 L. Phillips 250, Canadian team remains wiiiless CARTAGEN, Colombia (CP) Canada's senior amateur baseball team lost a 2-0 heart- breaker to ihe Dominican Re- public Friday and remains win- less after seven starts in the world amateur championships. The team based on Victoria Centennials oulhJt the Domini- can Republic :ll-6, but couldn't 'ft a clutch blow. Ont, and Bunyan eacli had two hits off winning pitcher Eleo- doro Ai-ias. Yves Blanchard of Montreal, with a double, now has nine hits in seven games. The Canadians left two run- ners on base in both the second and sixth innings and had the leadoff batter on base three Murray Gage Cole o{ couver became the (irst Cana- Canada plays Italy, also win- dian pitcher in the tournament less, today, to go the distance, giving tip one earned run, six hits and striking out six in eight innings. He walked none. The winners scored two runs ill the sixth on two hits, a batsman and an error catcher Lome Bunyau of Vic- toria. Barry Harvey of Victoria, Tom McKemie of Kitchener, JUNIOR 'A' HOCKEY LETHBRIDGE ARENA LETHBRIPGE SUGAR KINGS vs RED DKR RUSTLERS SATURDAY, NOV. P.M.. SUNDAY, NOV. ADMISSION PRICES------------- ADULTS SI.25 STUDENTS with cardi ir CHILDREN 2Sti Advance tickets on Sale ti' Saiurtlay 2.4 p.m. In other games at Barran- quUla, the United States and Cuba warned up (or their cru- cial meeting today with easy victories. Unbeaten Cuba, the defending champion, won its seventh straight by blanking The Neth- erlands Antilles 7-0. The once- beaten Americans made their record 7-1 by crashing Guate- mala 13-1 behind the two-bit pitching of James Crowford. Italy defeated Holland 6-2, Joe Namalh out for year j NCT YORK (AP) JDS Na- [math was formally placed on i Use reserve tist of the New York l-ipis Friday, making him uicligi- I the remainder of (he Na- tional Football League season. The star quarterback, who in- jured his loft wrist in a game (against Baltimore Oct. 18, had [boon on the "move" list, idling him for two games at a time, .with tiic hope thai he might he (ready later iu Ilio year. PLAYS TWICE Joe will see action tonight and Sunday when the Lcth- tridgc Sugar Kings host Red Deer Hustlers Sugar Kings play host to Rustlers Lethbridge Sugar Kings will play host to Red Deer Rustlers in a pair of Alberta Junior Hockey League games at the Arena. The two clubs, currently bat- tling it put for second place, meet tonight at and again Sunday at two. Sugar Kings had two points taken away from them fol- lowing weekend action last week for using an ineligible pla3'er. The issue still is unset- tled and the Kings may still get the points back. Qaresliolm next site At a meeting held in Fort Macleod, November the Southern Alberta Recreation Administrators named Clares- holm as the host community for the J971 Southern Alberta Summer Games. Miss Audrey Gale. Recrea- tion Director for Clarcsholm and District, will be tho host committee chairman. A total of three very impressive bids were submitted by communities in Southern Alberta. The philosophy of the Sum- mer Games %vill stay the same, that being novice competit i o n and mass participation in ev- ery community with the win- ners going to regional and final- ly Summer Games competi- tions. handed a 48-35 defeat by Uic Raymond Mustangs and the Magrath Eagles edged the LCI Colts 4540. The defending champion Comets were hard pressed during the 40 minutes of play, but displayed an impressive 69.5 shooting percentage to take home the victory. At half time the Comets maintained a 34-20 lead but had their lead cut down to eight going into Uie final ten minutes of play. Lloyd Fairbanks rammed In 82 points for the Comets while Gary Williams aided with IS For the Cougars, John Dudas hooped 17 points while Dennis Haydychuk chipped in with 15. The Magrath Zeniths had a slim Jour point lead with remaining in their contest with the LCI Bams, but hung on to pick up the victory. At half-time the visiting Zen- iths held a 27-22 lead while being outscored by six points in the third quarter. C. Irishman was the big gun for the Zeniths, dunking 23 points and as aided by Hamil- ton who sunk 16. For the Earns, Robert Mos- sey was good for 22 points and Gary Jones chipped in with 14. In "E" boys' action, Mike Slavich's CCHS Flyers were determined to dump the Ray- mond Mustangs, but couldn't eat up the 18-point deficit at half-time. B. Walder notched 12 points for the Mustangs and was fol- lowed closely by M. McClain with 11 and R. Kecler with 10. Nelson Small Legs hooped 16 points in a losing cause. The Magrath Eagles took a five point lead over the LCI Colts and maintained the five- point spread throughout the contest in gaining their victory. For the Eagles, John Balder- wn sunk 12 points while Dwayne Klrehner replied with 12 for the Colts. Cardston Cougars and Wild- cats picked up decisive vic- tories over Medicine Hat in Cardston. In the "B" game the Wild- cats dumped the Gas City "B" squad 56-21 while in the "A" game the Cougars thrashed the Mohawks 74-36. David Bengry hooped 13 points for the Cougars in the lopsided win while Terry Leishman chipped in with 12. Lome Reid Was top man for Medicine Hat with eight. Bud Wolfe turned in a strong performance for the Wildcats with 18 points, CMnook girls drop Diimies in Calgary The University of Lelhbridge girls dropped the University of Calgary Dinnies 57-31 in the Wo- men's Western Canada Intercol- legiate Basketball action in. Cal- gary last night. After three league outings the Chinooks have yet to suffer a loss. Last weekend they dump- ed the U of A Pandas in their two encounters here in Leth- bridge. In last night's game the con- test was evenly played up to Hit end of the first half where the locals maintained a 23-20 lead. The Chinooks forced the play in the second half and pulled away from the host club. Leona Voth was tops for the Chinooks hooping 18 points while Rosemary Broderiek aided with 13. For the Dinnies Bonnie Crai- gie and Darla Robertson each had eight points in a losing cause. These two clubs will tan- gle again tonight. In other women's action the University of Saskatchewan Huskiettes edged UBC Tliunder- ettes 52-46 while in men's action the University of Alberta Gol- den Bears defeated the Univer- sity of Calgary Dinosaurs 79-68 last evening. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, NOV. 30 8.30 p.n. N.A. TITIE REMATCHI URSUS TO REFERKI ABDUtlAH THE BUTCHER SWEET DAOBY SIKI BOB SWEETAN VI Gil HAYES DUPRE ond PACCHIANO vi PEllbR and CARUSO BUDDY AUSTIN VI BOBB PIRH plus 2 Mori Big Bouti Admission Box Office opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTtING on CJIH-TVI ANDY CAPP WHAT D'YER I KNOW I'M MARWERBUy Palmer intends to win tourney HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) John Miller talked about pressure, Steve Melnyk talked about turning pro, and Arnold Palmer tafted about winning. "I came here to Palmer said Friday after shooting a one-undcr-par 70 in the second the Heritage Golf Oassic. I'm making no predictions, but that's what I came to the defending champion said. His 143 total put him five strokes over the leading pace set by Miller, the 23-year-old who blazed in with a second- round 66 Friday for 138. I don't think the pressure of leading will bother said Miller, who is gunning for his first tour victory. "Certainly not until Sunday at least." Melnyk, bidding to become the first amateur in 15 years to win a pro tour event, was just one stroke off after a 67 for 139. "1 just haven't decided about turning he said, "But if I keep playing this well I may be forced to change my mind." Three strokes back of Melnyk at 142 was a group of three, Bob Lunn, Bert Greene and first- round leader Honiero Blancas. Lunn had a 67, Greene a 68 and Blancas a 72 on the Harbour Town Golf Links, a course most of the pros say is the toughest they play on the tour. Jack Nicklaus, the pre-tour- ney favorite and co-dosigner of the oceanside layout, could manage only a par 71 and was well back at 146. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L T Boston 13 4 3 i Ycrfc frea! Vancouver Def roif Buffalo Toronto 14 Wesfr Dtvisior 10 Chicago Si, Louis MJnnessta 9 a Philadelphia 98 Pittsburgh 3 a Us Angeles 89 California 5 15 JUNIOR W L Calgary 13 2 Red Deer 10 3 Leihbridge .10 7 Edm. Maple Leafs 8 8 lokfl....... 5 12 Edm. Movers 2 16 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Divisi W L .10 5 prlr.gHald 9 10 Quebec........? 10 Montreal ......6 1 Division altlmcra ..u 5 leveland -.10 A Hershey .......8 9 Rochester......6 8 HOCKEY SCORES National MlnnesoJa 3 California 1 American Hershey 2 Bammora 1 ProvidencB 3 Montreal 3 Western Denver 5 Portland 3 Diego 7 Phoenix 1 Eastern Clinton 4 Long Island 1 New Jersey