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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Tueiday, November 2J, 1972 Gals' victory gives locals sweep in first two games Dinosaurs fall victi aker's hot hand By LLOYD YAMAG1S1II Herald Sporls Writer The University of Calgary Dinosaurs managed to keep Phil Tollestrup off the back- boards for most of the night, but still suffered a 62-36 loss lo the University of LcUibridge Pronghorns in Canada West University Athletic Association Men's Basketball League action Monday night. Meanwhile, the U of L Prong- horns women's basketball team earned their first Canada West NO ONE REALLY HAS IT The elusive baskelboll always draws a crowd and Monday nigfn was no excep- tion as the Universify of Lelhbridge Pronghorns (Female variety) outlasted Calgary 61-52 for their initi- al win of the Canada West season. Seven games were staged In tlio Bantam "B" division on the weekend. Saturday, Terry McNally lal- licd twico and led Ihe Black Hawks lo a 5-1 victory over the Canadians. Dave Gregory, Ron Sclnvarz and Roddy Ross cliipped in with a goal apiece Miles Ully replied for Ihe losers. Dave Stinson and Dave Za- rooben scored a goal each as they gave the Mustangs a 2-2 lie with the Cougars. Hod McKcan and Eoh Schlc- gal notched a goal apiece for the Cougars. Davo Maciuna and Handy Charlesworlh scored once in the third period and pushed the Nuggets lo a 2-1 win over the Hangers. scores CAPRI BOWL LETHBRIDGE BANKS Wallv Kruchlywich 2ES, Dennis Han- lal 245, Boo Harris 293 (7351. Ver- dun Flumerlell 567, Cocoon 208, 5M, Ells McCcll 510, Emily Kubick Sfil, Hunt 915, Gladys Lows 2-i2, Mabel McFadden 210. J.C.C.A. Tom Modorumn 313 Tom Higa Cliff Thomas 2SG, Mun Takeda 250, Kyclo Shigehro 349, Tak Katakami Masa Goshinmon 3-14, Belly 223, Saehie Urano 238, Flo Tomiyama 24S, Pat Tobo 239. MORNING COFFEE Rose Cropley 351, Jean Armstrong 237, Sydney Ripley 2-H, Donnis Fcder 304 (7l7i, Milz Wooldridfie 238, Lor- raine Boyden 2DO, Frances Harris 128, Joan ftAillon 127, Mary Qulltenbaum 226, Marj Neely 223, Helen Weets 222, MARTIN1ZING Isabnf Orslpi 258 Karen Car- ney 290 Kalhy Ludwig 309 Leone Wolosyn 243, Doroihy Olshaski 371, Bevnite Hay 169 Judy Horlarher (69-ii, Alice Koll- bas 266 Jean Siebel 244. Linda Urabel 264, Opal Tayicr 247 GREENS SHOES Cec Beaudry 772, Kim Kovacs 2E9 Al Smilh 198 (7711, Berf Meiei 2E3 Sam Girardi 3-3 Joe Dimmk 332 Wancn Guzik 311 June Taylor 233 Karlyn Spllzer 274 Dianne Violini 2B3 Jcdnelle Houlekamer 279 EAGLES LODGE 'Joyce Marsen 256, Anne Ondrus 259, Helen Weels 349 Grace 254, Maxine Richards 257, Norman Miller 237, Paul Ficsl 2J9, Mert Oually 2J4, Goo Mslchnii 2i8, Cyril Barnclf 291 Gco Zarychl 276. DOUGS Pat 339 Chris Guenlhcr 347, Ann Duval 24i, Brown 245, Dorolhy Russell 287, Helen RosseMi 265, Ann SlicVel 3S9, Irene l.ynrle 344, Elsie McEjfKos MS, Melon Wcels 25J, Taml Wakciin 265. FRIDAY SCHOOLS 1 JUNIORS Michael Sharun 203, Dan Sudo 253, Garvln BeaMic 21B, Cindy White 195, Rick Maclean 532, Bev Paisey 212, Bruce Wjlkirs 50-1, RoU-rl Henderson 210, Michele Maclean 201, Kirn Tinordi 196. hockey Theo DeGroot managed a goal in a losing cause. Craig Robinson scored an un- answered goal in the final per- iod to give the Bruins a 3-3 draw with the Seals. Bruce Henning and Barry Cowie also tallied a goal each for the Bniins while Daryl Fer- guson with two and John Plomo with a singleton replied for lhe Seals. Dave Popovitch. Peter Sarich, Pat McCune and Milch Van Dyk scored a goal each and paced the Ramblers to a 4-1 de- cision over Ihe Hornets. Al Morton tallied for the Hor- nets. Walter Monlini scored four times and led the Blades to a 5-1 victory over the Ramblers Sunday. Robert Bourassa added a solo marker in Ihe win while Pat McCune replied for lhe Ramblers. Ron Opyr carded a hat-trick and gave Ihe Kings a 0-2 ver- dict over the Monarchs. Brent Maxwell. Robbie Sudie- ki! and Geoff Cox chipped in with single markers while Cal- vin Fuller and Calvin Boettcher scored for the Monarchs. fn Bantam "A" action, Bryan Turner fired in two goals and pushed the .lels to a 3-2 win over the Red Wings. Greg McLean chinpcd In with one goal for the winners while John Wadden and Jolm Kupis tallied for the losers. In Pee Wee play. Allan Du- val notched a pair of goals and led lhe Penguins to a 4-2 vic- tory over the Beavers, David Seeman and Jim Huch- ala sc o r e d single markers in the win while Vernon Plycia and Jim Van Gaal replied for the Beavers. In another Pee Wee match, Robert Hoffman and Mark Hop- kins scored a goal each and led the Flyers to a slim 2-1 vic- tory over the Falcons. Scott McKinnon managed a goal in a losing cause. In Liltle Spud League action, the Lethbridge Colts and Vaux- hall Hell-Cats fought to a 4-4 tie. Greg Kveder, Cam MacLen- nan. Bill Zaroohen and Dave Jackson scored for the Colts while G o r d on Miller scored twice and Lloyd Mann and Roli- bie Weist once for the Hell- Cats. The Cougars scored three un- answered goals in the first per- iod and went on to defeat the Hornets 5-3 in Bantam "B" play Monday night. Randy Hornhoser, Kirk Prince, Bob Schlegle, Reed Stringham and Ken Roberts tal- lied solo markers in the win while Darren Price, Ed Potts and Mike Rath replied for the losers. Lemaire starts quickly MONTREAL (CP) For- ward Jacques Lemaire has been a prolific goal scorer since he joined Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League iu 1967. But this season the hard- shooting, 27 year old centre is off lo the fastest start of his career. Lemaire, who counted 22, 29, 32, 2fl and 32 goals respectively in his first five NHL seasons, today leads the league in goals after 22 games of the 78- game schedule. In addition, his 15 assists give him a share of lhe poinls lead- ership a position he holds with centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins. Esposito has 14 goals and 20 assists for 34 poinls. The last player lo have more goals in as many games as Le- maire 20 in 22 Bobby Hull when he was with Chicago Black Hawks in 19G4- 65. ONE-GOAL EDGE Lemaire, however, has only a one goal edge over Richard Martin of Buffalo Sabres. But despite his 18 goals- Martin re- mains well down the scoring list because of the fact he has only eight assists to his credit. Right winger Yvan Cournoy- er of Montreal and Rack Mac- Lcish of Philadelphia Flyers, are the nexl best goal scorers. Both have 1C. In the pouits parade, right winger Rod Gilbert of New York Rangers is in third place with 32 points, one more than John Bucyk of Boston. Coumoyer and centre Gilbert Perreault of lhe Sabres are lied for fifth place wilh 30 poinls each. Butch Goring of Los Angeles Kings, the west division's lead- ing; point man, is tied in sev- enth place with Montreal's Frank Mahovlich and Jean Ratelle of New York Hangers. All three men have equal 29- point totals. The goaltending race is a lit- tle tighter today. The goals against average for Montreal's Ken Dryden and Michel Plasse went over 2.15 goals against for the first time this season. The pair have a combined average of 2.17. SCORING LEADERS OP G A PIJ Pirn Lemaire, Monl. 11 19 15 3J 2 Esoosllo, Boston 22 U 20 3.1 M Gilbert, NY Rang. 22 12 20 31 IS Bucyk, Boston 22 t 22 31 2 Cournoyer, Mont. 23 16 U 31 6 Perroault, Bull. 22 9 21 30 d Goring, Los Ang. 2a 13 16 29 0 F Mahovlich, Mcnl. 23 11 la 2? 23 Ratelle. NY Rang. 22 10 19 39 2 Vniversity AlhbUe AssorinliDn Larry Br.kor, for or.o, was Women's ItasU-lbi'.ll League outstanding tor lhe Prong- Before a small crowd al the U of I, gymiiLi.'-ium night, the Dinosaurs held Tolleslrup, to lead the way. Baker, who i.s a native of Medicine Hal, used his size to who is (he league's scoring his advantage u.'.drr the basket leader with a average, as he out muscled the smaller to n were Hi p-uhits. It proved lo be n futile effort thr.ugii. as full trying lo slop males. Dinosaur forwards. Peter Hague and Doug Kempt also shynci for [he local learn-1 club as they iKjopcr! and 1 eight points Hague polled eight of liis points in the linol half, while Kempt was instrumental in giv- ing the Pronghorns an early lead, scoring all his points in the first half. The Dinosaurs, who scored most of their points on long out- side shots, were led by Jim Watson with eight points imd Mike Hornor and Bill Lathrop wilh six points apiece. In women's action, lhe PronK- honis held a commanding 31-21 half time lead but watched BAKER BIG GUN tarry Baker hit for 23 points Mcnday evening as University of Lelhbridge Pronghorns dumped Calgary Dinosaurs 62-36 at the U of L. (Rick Ervin photo) Members of the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club emerged wiih 10 lilies at the recently concluded southern Alberta fig- ure skating championships held in Pinciicr Creek. Janet Hominuke won the wo- Short s AM WILL FIGHT MIAMI (AP) Muhammad Ali will box a ID-round exhibi- tion match in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, for next Monday night, Miami pro- moter Chris Dundee announced Monday. COSELI, TREATENED MIAMI (AP) Sportscasler Howard Cosell came into Mi- ami for Monday night's Miami Dolphins-St. Louis Cardinals football game amid threats Monarch Life Assurance Company Takes Pleasure in Announcing That GEORGE YOSHINAKA Has earned the NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD In 1972 for the 11th Time Tim award h in recotjnilion of (do highcsl qualily of lift Iniuranco Iho public. Tim ownrd U marl-1 by Ilio lifo Unrlorwrifcn Assoclntion of Cannda, Iho Ufo Officors soclion of Ilic Canadian Life Insurance Officer! Aisociolion and thi Iniuranco Agoncy Mcjnafjcmonl Aisocialion. I [rom iralc Tins inclwlinr: loiters -nrnp dead" and "Don'l s li o rj) at .sLa- diuin." Cnfdl Iho liatc- olijcct of v.'hn say the ABC tclcvir.ion i-.clwork lias lhe imhoalcn Dolphins during filmed halflime hifiti- lighls of Sunday isational Foot- ball League. niCIIAIU) WORKS Ol'T MONTIUCAL (CPi Henri Richard, vclerai centre and explain with Montreal Cano- diens, will practise loday lhe Icani, a foi' the National Hockey League, chili said Monday nighl. RTincrs prah cawv Kn points and lln1 Miner's Li- brary an easy victory over the Friendship in Commercial Men's llaskelhall League Monday Jim ramphell and Orry K'n- zuli chipped in with and poinf'i niai. U Ill a losing Tnen's novice lille a" well as the noH-cjualifyinf; artistic im- pression. S'ne also combined wilh PJara Knowles to win the women's pairs in another non- qualifying event. In the novice dance competition she won with partner Mark Hominuke. Mark was the winner of Ihe men's pre-novice title as well ?s sharing in the novice pairs title with Donna Rude. Ilclly Maguire won the artis- tic performance in the sec- tion of [he non-qualifying com- petition. She also topped the championships in jmenile wom- en. Miss KnowlCi was lhe win- ner of the pre-novice women while Maureen Gaeiz and Grant Sorenson won the pre-novice mixed pairs crown. The Alberta championships are set for Calgary Dec. 14-1G al Uic Foothills Avcna on the University of Calgary campus. At tho end of the competition, the Alherta-N.V.T. section, Can- adian Figure Skating Associa- tion, will select Alherta's team in lhe novice, junior and senior events to the Canadian champ- ionships next January in Van- couver. To decide lhe -R-fflncrs, lhe organizing committee has sel- ected lop calibre judges to judge the skaters in figures, free skating, dancing and pairs. They have been invited from Vancouver, Winnipeg- Regina,, Grande Prairie, Saskatoon, Calgary and Lcth- hridgc. Results of competitions Novice fqunlilylng) 1. Jn- not UilibricJgc; 2. McDonald, Tafccr; 3. Lcona Mcli, Tahcr. Nouicc pnlrs (q'jallfyin'i) Dnnna RutluVnd Mark Novice rlancn (rumlilvimt llominuko and Mark M 3m i Loin lirrdnn, Pre-novico women fqinliFyinn) 1. Maura Knowlcs, Ulhhi irlqn; 7. Rita Gdfjlry, Medicine lint; 3 Clwlnllc Dryiint, Medicine Mill Pro-novice men 1. Mr.rk MominukL', 2. mil Pclrunik, l.plhljridrjo; 3 Grnnf Sorrn- 101, Prc-noMicp mixort pairs (qiifllllyinn) I. Mnurrr-n Gtitor and Granl Soron- Juvenile wnmrn (fiunllfylm l JiinnH'? McDm.ikl, "Libcrr Wfiidy I'lLcr; 3. Llnila Mnrtl- Jiivrniln'nirn'l Prc-juvpniln (Non-quallfylncj l. Carolyn MacOdrum, Clares- helm; 7 Jennifer Homi'iuke, Lelh- .1. Dcbb.c Kuhl, roreninst. Juvenile 1. Hr.lly l.tllllirliJriP.; 2. Rhnn- fM Kc-lilnfilcn, I orl Mnclcod; 3. Trina BroaVs. .luvcnilo mixnrf danco (Non-nualifY- inn) 1. Carol-Ann Jflckson and Dar- rrl J.uKson, Pincher CrecK. Prc-novico women T 1 f.ili llrnvjn, I plhliridrjp; Lnurcl Anne La- nil r, LclhlJiidnn. Pre-novico mcni M.iusnuer, Mcdiclno Mdl. ['ro-novico vjorncni pairs lyinfil Jtirrlyn llnusaucr nnd Connie Wanioni pnirs IN'on T. Arlhlfc (Nmvoiiali Tying 1. Molly l.ctimridqc; llonnln Mfitlklrm M.ll; 3. Dnnnn.i llollon, Plnrhor rrr-nk. Arlisllc (Non-qu.ilMvlnri .Innpl Momlnukp, I Annf l.nnlrr, LclHhridfjcj 3. Lcrth Urnwn, Lcltilindfir-. Wnmcn'i dnnco 1. I inrpl Hunn flntl Loslno Cl n I n n rl, r-'.J lOlllIK, the margiri disappear early in the second half wlien Lhe Din- nies Iiit for 11 straight points. The Pronghorns caina back fo regain the lead and hung on Lo dump lhe visitors. Leona Volh paced the Prong- horns with 22 points while Pat Echandor chipped in with 12. Ilaelenc MacDonald netted 18 points for the Dinnics and Su- san Clow II. All four clubs will sec league action again this evening. The Pronghorns ami Dinnics will hit the floor at p.m. while the Pronghoi-ns and Dino- saurs will follow right alter at U.'dU p.m. Jjolh games will bo staged at the U of L gymnas- ium. LETHBRIDGE LI CALGARY Lelhbridqc Hunler 2, Hague TO, Courl 3, Edlund 3, M. Znuqg Baker 53, F. Zaurjrj, Sloan 2, Tolleslrup 10, Kcmpl 8. Calgary Phclan, llornor A, Rscsky, Hardman A, ThoulenhorrJ d, Farch Walson B, Bishop 2, Olynyk 4, Lath- rop 6. Who MIAMI (AP) Young Olio Rtowe streaked out of Paul Warfield's shadow Monday night to catch two touchdown passes for MJami Dolphins and vowed not to remain backstage much longer. "I love playing in Miami and winning is said the sophomore pro from Iowa State, "but I'm not planning to sit on the bench for another season." With Warfield resting an in- jured leg, Stowe ran past be- fuddled St. Louis comcrback Norm Thompson lo catch a 37- yard touchdown pass from Earl Mnrrall and a 27-yardcr from Jim Del Gaizo. 'bins? cago Bears. Ahead on the schedule are New England Pa- triots, New York Giants and Baltimore Colts. Morrall, who's done nothing but win as replacement for the injured Boh Griese at quarter- back, refused to take any oppo- nent lightly not even the bedraggled- 2-9 Patriots coming up Sunday at Foxboro, Mass. "Once you start looking past them, you're in for a said the 38-year-old Morrall. "We're not taking New England or anybody else lightly." Stowe blazed past the napping. Thompson for the first touch- down shot from Morrall. Miami beat the Cardinals 31- i Thompson later was carried 10 in Monday night's National i bodily inlo Ihe end from Football League mismatch Uiat ended in a circus atmosphere with fans running amid players during the closing minutes. "These fans are said sporlscaster Howard Cosell, who turned a threatening letter from a Miami follower over to the FBI earlier in the weekend. "It took cops and police dogs to handle them." The Dolphins are 11-0, three five yards out as Jim Kiick smashed for another score. Then, with the second-year defender from Utah on tha ropes, Stowe burned him again as backup quarterback Del Gaizo arched the football into his arms. "Otto sure gave that No. 43 the said Warfield, whom Stowe had credited for much of his improvement with games from becoming the the Dolphins. NFL's first undefeated regular- j Morrall nil 12 of 19 passes for season team since the 13-12 Chi- 1 211) yards against the Cords. ELRICH TIRE ALBERTA JUNIOR W Red Deer is Drumheller 12 Calgnry 10 TUc Pass...... 10 Edmonton ......fl Lclhbrldge 3 F A Pis. 0 m 75 30 0 108 100 24 0 108 87 20 0 65 76 20 0 EQ 109 16 D 65 ID? 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE Easi Djvislor Monlreal Rangers Bnslon Buffalo DclrmI Toronlo Vancouver Islanders W L T F A Pis 15 3 i 100 50 35 15 A 1 92 40 31 13 7 100 76 28 t 6 7 67 62 25 10 8 73 12 7 11 J 67 17 7H 95 16 Minnesota Chicago Pillsburgh LRS Angeles Allanla Phila. St. Louis California 3 15 2 West Division B7 73 ?J B2 R2 2] 5-1 71 23 4 14 4 -jckslrom, Los A. 13 Mikila, Chicarjn 50 p WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Division Crrveland New England New York Quebec Ottawa Phila. W L T IS 28 2.1 19 SB 12 F A Pis BO 57 2? M 11 11 11 0 93 79 10 f 1 68 67 21 8 10 1 70 HI 17 16 0 5B 96 G HOCKEY SCORES World New England 3 Cleveland 0 Saskatchewan Junior Moose Jaw 5 Regina Silver Foxei 3 AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T F A Pet. xMiami 10 0 02781371.000 N.Y. Jels 6 5 0 323 3Q7 Baltimore d 7 0 190 205 .344 Buffalo .180 105 304 .173 N. England 2 9 0 133 354 .1B2 Central Plllsburgh 8 3 0 2BO 170 .727 Clovplnnci B .1 0 215 IBS .727 Cincinnfili A 5 0 501 175 Houslon 1 10 0 104 .091 WCSI Oakland 7 3 1 29? 15? MI Krinsni Cily .S 6 0222209 .455 San Diecjo A f, 1 230 2ftl .409 Denver 3 B 0221 292 .273 Wlnnlpcn Mlnnesola Albcrla Los Angeles Houston Western Division NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T F A Washington lo 1 n 272 153 Dallas a 3 0 255 W N.Y. Gbnls 7 A 0 2B5 SOS St. LDUij B 1 179 508 Phila...... 2 B 1 103 IU Central Detroil 7 -1 0 297 219 Green 7 4 0 218 192 Minnesota 5 0 251 19P I Chicago 3 7 1 173 210 Pel. .909 .727 .634 12 11 10 13 9 10 AMnnia Los Angeles New Orleans A 5 0 230 327 5 5 1 23-1 212 2 B 1 161 iiion mit and ELRECH TIRE Present Junior B Hockey Action TUESDAY, NOV. 28 P.M. TABER at LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY, DEC. 2 P.M. OLDS at LETHBRIDGE SUNDAY, DEC. 3 P.M. DRUMHELLER at LETHBRIDGE All games will be played at HENDERSON ICE CENTRE EtRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 403 I if AVI. South Miont 327-4866 or IETHBR1DGE BOW ISIAND ;