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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta CHINOOK TOURS CHmSTMASjn PltNEYLAND CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CSNTHfVHJjMUMAU FMONE1SS-IM1 The Utkbridge Herald Fourth Section November 1973 Pages 37-48 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE Phone CIIAIIIS Eight teams in battle for top honors at annual LCI Classic Rams open defence of title they won to start 1972 The final preparations for the 1973-74 Lethbridge Collegiate-Institute In- vitational Boys' Basketball Tournament are almost com- pleted and is expected to get underway as scheduled this weekend. As in years the LCI Rams will host seven other high school teams in a two-day modified doubleknockout classic. Action commences Friday afternoon and closes Saturday night. Meanwhile tournament of- ficials are probably still wondering how the seventh annual edition will compare to its predecessor. Last year's classic was just an unbelievable action packed Herald- Sports No Bumbry tops NEW YORK Al a 337 hitter in his first full year in the big leagues with Baltimore was named today the American League's Rookie of the Year for 1973 Taylor wins for Canada MANAGUA Canada beat West Germany 5-0 Tues- day in the world amateur baseball championship It was Germany's fifth straight defeat in the series Honduras also gave Mexico its fifth winning 2-0 The -United States took the lead in the defeating Colombia 7-1 for its fifth straight win Puerto which had a 4-0 suffered its first loss in the tournament when it was downed 2-0 by Nicaragua Rod Taylor of Lethbridge was the winning pitcher for Canada Helmut Opell was the loser which has won three of its five tournament plays the United States tonight The speedy a Vietnam veteran who worried about making the Baltimore roster last won the award in a landslide over in- fielder Pedro Garcia of Milwaukee Brewers Bumbry received points to three for Garcia in the voting by the 24-man com- mittee of the Baseball Writers Association of becoming the third Baltimore player to be named Rookie of the Year in the Orioles' relatively short baseball history Ron Hansen in 1960 and Curt Blefary in 1965 were the other Onole winners Bunched behind Garcia were pitcher George Medich of New York pitcher Steve .Busby of Kansas City and Milwaukee catcher Darrell Porter Each had two points Rich an outfield mate of was listed as an entry with the winner on three and as received IVt points a left-handed was used almost ex- clusively against right-handed pitching and batted 356 times while appearing in 110 games In Bumbry hit seven home tied with Minnesota's Rod Carew for the league lead in triples with 11 and stole 23 bases in 33 at- tempts affair as eight of the 11 games staged during the two days went right down to the end of the wire. Only a matter of three points or less separated the winning and losing teams. With this in the tourney officials got to work and managed to bring back four of the clubs that sought the championship title last season. Joining the Rams again this year include the Lethbridge Catholic Central Magrath Calgary Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs and Montana. Campbell Collegiate Tar- tans of Grand BC and Kremlin-Gillford from Montana are the only three squads not competing this term. In order to maintain the high calibre of basketball the tourney officials added three solid replacements in the Ray- mond Regina Miller Marauders and Calgary Ernest Manning It looks as though the defending champion Rams should have their hands full on the weekend First round action will get underway Friday afternoon at four o'clock when the CCHS Cougars face Mon tana Calgary SWCHS Bulldogs and Raymond will follow with a 5-45 p m tilt while Regina Miller Marauders take on Magrath at seven The host Rams and Calgary Ernest Manning will end the opening round proceedings with a nine o'clock encounter. Play will resume Saturday morning continuing throughout the day The four squads suffering losses in the first round of ac- tion will be relegated to the consolation side of the tourney draw while the winners will advance to the championship side Semi-finals for the consola- tion draw have been set for 8 45 and 10-20 while the cham- pionship semi-finals go at 12 o'clock noon and Three more games during the remainder of the day will bring down the curtain for the seventh annual classic. The consolation final will go at three third place final at 7 30 and the cham- pionship final has been set aside for a nine o'clock start All in all this year's tourney should provide plenty of ac- tion for any sports enthusiast and a bnef resume of four entries are as follows. RATS KgCOIQLAND 317 7 ST. S. L6THBRID06 ALBERTA LAST CHANCE SAVINGS and Dec. 1 W.E.A.-RCA-CAPITOL-T.P.C. RECORDS present LP's LIB I a O regular to Now 8-Track Tapes .99 .50 SAVINGS ON ALL OTHER RECORDS AND TAPES FREE DRAWS AND GIVEAWAYS CHEC RADIO Remote from our store Thursday evening to MM p.m. Listen to 1090 CHEC for details Thuraday and Friday. Deleted 8-Track Tapes Deleted l.P.'s LCI Are the defending champions but are lacking veteran players in the lineup Coach Jim Whitelaw will be relying on returnees Ron Randy Stevens and Kelly Wilde along with Mark Baldry and Roy Hudson who have jumped up-from the LCI Colts. Ross who is another potential starter is presently sporting a sprained ankle. Rsymsad Four starters from last year highlites the 1973-74 Comet roster. Ex- perience should carry the Comets into the thick of the action with Jeff Tom Jim Ralph and Drew Galbraith leading the way. Team lacks height but com- pensate this with speed and shooting accuracy. Lost by two points to the Zeniths in the Magrath tourney cham- pionship final two weeks ago CCHS Small lineup with the exception of Andy Beaudin. Beaudin was selected the most valuable player in the Grand BC tournament last weekend in which the Cougars placed second Speed ana good ball handling will be the Cougars' key to victory and will be ex- emplified by Brad Bill Dudas and Ted Stilson Ersett Massiai The Calgary club have always held their own in tournaments over the years Well disciplined and coached Captured the consolation trophy in the Calgary pre-season classic The remaining four teams mil be discussed in Thur- sday's edition A threatening circle Clockwise from coach Jim Whitelaw are his starting five for Fridays opening of the annual Lethbridge Collegiate Invitational high school basketball tournament The circle of despite the big are Roy Mark Randy Ron Shemanchuk and Kelly Wilde. Rams are the defending champ- ions of the tourney which ends Saturday evening NATIONAL DEPT. 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