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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TH! HTHBRtOGE HCTAID Wednesday, Novemt r 29, 1975- Big guy hoops 37 Tuesday Tollestrup shows he's leading scorer By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer At tlie start of the 1972-73 Canada WesL University Athletic Association Man's Basketball League campaign, the University of. Lethbridge Pronghorns' coach, Gary Bowie, was veiy optimistic about his team's chances to finish near the top. At that time, Bowie had said, "with the addition Phil to the line-up and with Maggie healthy, I think we might just have the material to put us right on lop." Bowie was referring to Phil Tollestrup and Bill Magierowski and only one thing has changed since then. TollesLrup is living up to his expectations, but Magierwoski isn't hralthy. "Maggie will be out for the rest of the season after suffer- ing a severe foot injury against Chicago coach blows his cool CANT KEEP A GOOD MAN DOWN Calgary Dino- taurs held Phil Tollestrup to 10 points Monday nighl and lost. Tuesday night Tollestrup (42) turned on ihe Dinnies for 37 points os the University of felhbridge swepl ilia Canada West series with the Dinosaurs. Pronghorns won 78-51 Tuesday. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There was plenty of ex- citement during the Chicago- Kansas City National Basket- ball Association game Tuesday, but the real fireworks went off after the final buzzer, and Bulls' coach Dick Motta was the one who exploded. "My team was deprived of an opportunty to Motta charged Tuesday night after Kansas City-Omaha edged Chi- cago 92-91. "I'm referring to the call on the basket by Sam La- cey." With only remaining, a shot by Johnny Green of the Kings sailed over the top of the backboard, and was grabbed by Lacey who connected on a layup. "That was put in after the first shot had hit the top of the backboard and had gone out of Mctta said. In other NBA games, Phila- delphia 76ers defeated Buffalo Braves 101-94, Baltimore Bullets downed Houston Rockets 108-90, New York Knicks whipped Cleveland Cavaliers 107-B4, De- troit Pistons outlasted Portland I Trail Blazers 120-116 and Golden State Warriors beat Phoenix Suns 110-102. While the questionable basket provided the edge, some clutch shooting by NBA scoring leader Nate Archibald provided the Kings' offensive spark. Archi- bald, who scored 32 points, bucketed two free throws with four seconds left, lifting the Kings to their 13th victory and knocking the Bulls out of first place in the NBA's Midwest Di- vision. Bob Lanicr posted n career high 48 points, including a 20- point third quarter, for the Pis- A tons. His efforts nullified a 39- point performance by Geoif Petrie of the Blazers. Earl Monroe scored 14 of his 16 points in the first quarter as the Knicks assumed first place in the Atlantic Division, one- half game ahead of the idle Boston Celtics. Walt Frazier topped New with 19 points while Lenny Wilkens led Cleve- land with 22. Elvin Hayes poured In 10 points during the third quarter, rallying the Bullets to a victory over Hayes' former team- mates. Mike Riordan had game scor- ing honors with Z7 points while Jimmy Walker and Calvin Mur- phy each had 23 points to lead the Rockets. from LEO SINGER'S Store Jusl arrived for the young menl NEW HIGH RISE CHICK CHASER BAGGIES In Polyester and wool. Sizes 25-38 waist. A large selection in plaids or plains. Priced from See our new arrivals in MEN'S ALL-WOOL BLUE BLAZERS 59-95 College league to come? EDMONTON (CP) The possibility of a major college hockey league involving teams Irom ccast to coast has been discussed, coach Clare Drake of University of Alberta said Tuesday. Drake, coach of the Canadian student team that competed in the World Games last year at Lake Placid, N.Y., said the pro- ject was proposed by Bob Boucher of Halifax last March. Boucher made his proposal during the annual meeting of Canadian college coaches, when he mentioned Dalhousie Univer- sity m Nova Scotia and Uni- versity of British Columbia as two possible entrants. "It's an outstanding says Drake, who mentioned a few possible stumbling blocks. "Finances are the big prob- lem. If that can be overcome and we are able to convince our athletic administrations of its feasibility, the league will go." He was concerned that exist- ing leagues would be endanger- ed. Schools that became part of the major league would be forced to place teams in region- al leagues, as well." Boucher's proposal said t vel arrangements in the pro- posed eight-team arrangement could be based easily upon a 23-game schedule. The Canada West Association now plays a 24-game schedule. Boucher specified St. Mary's and Dalhousie would represent the Mariitmcs, Laurentian and Toronto would represent On- tario and Loyoln and S h c r- brooke would represent Quetec. The western entries would be Manitoba and University of British Columbia. Choose from our large slork Wonderful Gift Ideas SHIRTS by Dolt, Town nnd tancor TIES by Abbey, Christian Dior nnd olheri bv clno Pao'l- In Holy nc 3 VV CHICK) of ph, dnM) yornl HATS ACT CIIITt Janlz.n, of Pollster in Crcy, IF nn OFF SUITS Wu. or Tan......y.......Priced., 65.00 h DRESS SHIRTS by Arrow, Foriyth, Manhallnn GIFT CERTIFICATE 8? ft "WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NCED FOR THE LIFE YOU LEAD" fa LEO SINGER'S 1 ffl More sport on page 14 the Dinosaurs in She pre-season Tri-Universily Classic. Since Magienvoski's in j u ry, the Pronghorns have relied heavily on Tollestrup, but not to the point where he has to carry all of the load. Individual players like Larry Baker, Doug Kempt, Danny Court and Peter Hague have started to come alive during the past few games. At the U of L gymnasium last night, some 250 fans watch- ed the Pronghorns thrash University of saurs 78-51. The victory Calgary Dino- POSSESSION IS NINE-TENTHS Leona Voth, In the light of the University gave the local of Lelhbridge Pronghorni women'i basketball team, battles with Susan Clow of Col- university a two game sweep gory Dinosaurs in Canada West basketball action Tuesday, tooking in on the action are Brenda Floyd of Calgary, Val Orr (7) and Shelly Whitelaw (3) of ihe Pronghorns. The locals won 55-30. as they thumped the Dinosaurs 02-36 Monday night. Tollestrup, who managed 52 per cent shooting average from the outside, paced the Pronghoms with 37 big points and a countless number as- sists while Hague added 11 points. Court chipped In with nine points and Max Zaugg with seven in the win. Jim Watson was the top Dino- saur's scorer with 16 points while Ketih Recsky and Bob Herdman added eight points apiece. The Pronghorns, who held an insurmountable 38-13 lead at half time, shot 42 per cent from the field while tie Dinosaurs managed a mere 28 per cent shooting average. Meanwhile, the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns w o- men'3 basketball team earned their second straight Canada West University Athletic Asso- ciation Women's Basketball League victory by thumping the University of Calgary Dinnies 55-30 last night. Pat Schandor led the Prong- horn's attack with 13 points while Leona Voth aided with 12. Ralene MacDonald hooped nine points and Janice Kyle eight points in a losing cause. LETHBRIOGE 71 CALGARY 51 Lelhbridge Hunter, Hague 11, Court 9, Edlund S, M Zaugg 7, Bak- er i, F .ZBugg, Sloan 4, Tollesirup 37, Kempt 1. Tolal 71. Calgary Phelan 7, Homer, Rec- sky fl, Herdman 8, Thnutenhoofd 2, Farch 4, walson 16, Bishop 2, Olynyk 7, Lainrop 2. Tolal SI. Native Sons edged 6-5 by Taber Taber Palace Pats gained fl measure of revenge Tuesday evening as they slipped past Lf-thbridge Native Sons 6-5. Palace Pats have lost just one game thus far in the Cen- tral Alberta Junior B League and that was at the hands of the Native Sons, 40, in the last meeting between the two clubs. Tuesday night, Taber out- scored the locals 2-1 in a hectic third period lo earn the win. The two clubs were at 2-2 and 4-4 deadlocks before the final stanza. Marty Maxwell paced the Sons with two goals while sin- gles came off the sticks of Gary Craik, Ken Klinkhammer and Randy joovenazzo. Ron Wulzke fired home two goals for Taber. Perry Shockey, Larry Smith, Darcy Virostek and Loni Kover completed the scoring with one goal each. MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 314 5ih STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 NOTICE SKI SCENE SPORTS LTD. COLLEGE MALL will now be known as DIETER'S SKI AND SPORTS DIETER GRENGROSS, Ownor Stimo Location: Collogo Mail Phone 327-0553 Dioior welcomes oil dnthuiloiti to drop Skiing noods. vlout cuitomen and all iport-minded i Dieler'i Ski and Sporli for all your Eight teams ready to go LCI hoop tourney set The foundation for the sixth annual LCI Invitations! High School Boy's Basketball Tour- nament has been laid for this weekend. Eight high school teams will take part in a two-day modified double-knockout affair which gets under way Friday and concludes Saturday. Two teams from south of the border will cross the line to participate in the annual event along with three teams from southern Alberta and one each from British Columbia, Cal- gary and Hegina. Two Montana high schools, the Kremlin-Gilford Cougars and the Valier Panthers will represent the United States in the 1372 edition. The Cougars will be making their third consecutive appear- ance in the tourney while it'll be a first for the Panthers. In 1970 the Cougars captured the tourney title and last year they carted home the George Mckillop Rotary Sportsmanship award through one of their top players, Brad I-ee, who is in Hit line-up once again. From Southern Alberta, the Catholic Central Cougars, who are the defending tourney champions, will be out to de- fend their crown. Last season the Cougars fin- ished their league undefeated and went on to capture the pro- vincial "A" boy's title. Pele Sikora and Handy Ttoy- er will be the top two guns for the Cougars this weekend. The Magralh Zeniths, who re- cently earned top prize in their own invitational basketball tourney, will he back for an- other crack at the title. The host LCI Rams, who fin- ished as runncrs-up in the event last season, have set their sights for a first place slrmding [his Kelly Strong, Curtis Klovan- and Joey Shackleford will lead the Ram's attack un- ALBERTA JUNIOR W L Red Deer 16 J Calgary .....12 Drumhcller 12 9 The Pass 10 8 Edmonlon 8 13 Lelhbridge 3 17 NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl Divhi Montreal Rangen Boston Duffelo Delroit Vancouver Toronto Islander} Qiollack scores four for Miners Miners' Library and the Labor Club chalked up easy wins in City Recreation Hockey League action Tuesday evening. In tho first game Richard Chollack blinked the red light four times ns Ihe Minors thumped Community College 8-1. Garry Canadinc chipped In wilh two goals while singles went to Brian M u r k i n and Randy Maxwell. Greg Edccn spoiled Willie Golia's bid for a shuloul at Iho mark of the second perl- ol. The Labor Cluh got Iwo goals each from Don Ilnichct nnd Alnn ftowntrce ns they skated to n 7-2 win over the University of Ilruco Kon Lupul nnd Don Klinklinmmcr added solo [or Ilii: winners. Den- nis Kisio replied wilh bolh markers for the University Only three minor penalties wore called in the giimc. der the guidance of coach, Jim Whitelaw. The Grand Forks Wolves will represent Ihe province of B.C. in the tourney. The Wolves will average around six feet in height and should be considered a tlireat to win it all. Sir Winston Churchill High School Bulldogs will represent the Calgary zone while Camp- bell Collegiate Tartans will tra- vel west from Regina. The Bulldogs will average around 5'11" in height while the Tartans will Bland around the six-foot mark. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 1 U1 0 122 0 121 A Pis. BO 33 93 24 115 24 66 20 US 17 125 6 5 100 1 93 2 100 Pis. 50 35 62 31 76 26 6A 27 7 17 3 70 71 17 Wesf Division AAlnnesola...... _ Chicago 12 82 76 Plllsburgh 11 10 2 67 Los Angeles 10 11 3 82 Atlanta 10 11 3 5d Philadelphia 10 11 2 eo St. Louis 5 10 S -i? California 4 U 4 57 LEADERS G Lemalre, M............ 19 Esposito, B 14 Perreaull, Buf...... ll Gllberl, 12 Bucyk, B............ 9 Cournoyer, M.......... IS Goring, LA............. 13 Mahovlich, M 11 Ralcllc, R............ 10 Bachslrom, LA 13 .Vllkila, C.............. 9 BASKETBALL SCORES NBA Philadelphia 101 Buffalo U New York 107 Cleveland Kansns City-Omaha 93 Chicago Delroit 120 Porlland 116 Baltimore 106 Houston 90 Golden Stale 110 Phoenix 102 1 106 53 37 65 26 73 24 82 23 73 33 81 11 f.7 IS 96 12 20 3d 22 33 20 32 22 31 14 30 16 29 Ifl 19 WORLD ASSOCIATION Eastern Dlvltlon W L T P A Pis. Cleveland .14 B 1 81 29 N. England 13 7 1 W 64 27 Quebec 11 9 1 74 69 23 New York 11 11 0 ?3 7? 22 Ollowa 9 10 1 73 U 19 Philadelphia 5 16 0 62 99 10 Weslcrn Division WlnnlpEQ 16 10 1 PB 33 Minnesota 12 B 1 49 35 Alberta 12 12 1 76 83 23 Houston 10 1 1 65 69 21 Los Angeles 10 14 1 79 90 21 Chicago 5 13 1 M H U HOCKEY SCORES National Sr. Louis 4 Toronlo 2 Vancouver 2 NY Ranqon 1 Buffalo 7 NY Islanders 2 World OUawa 3 Wilnnt-sola 1 Winnipeg 3 Alberta 0 Philadelphia 4 Los Angeles t Houston 3 Cleveland 1 Quebec A Chicago 2 American Brelon 4 Rochesler 2 Nova Scolia 2 Hershoy 1 Ccnlral Forth Worlh 6 Tulsa 4 International Port Huron 7 Columbus 4 Eastern Cape Cod 17 Long Island t CharlotlP 5 Greensboro 2 We? tern International Kimberlpv 7 Cranbrook 5 Western Canada Junior Reqlna 5 Victoria A Medicine Hal 4 Vancouver I Saskatoon 9 Brandon 2 Saskatchewan Junior Weyburn fl Reqinn Fnxrs 5 Alberta Junior Calnary B THD p.v.s l British Columbia junior Kamloops 3 Penllclon 2 and ELRICH TIRE Present Junior B Hockey Action 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 ELRICH TIRE LTD COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 401 111 Av. South Phoni 357-6866 0. 317-4445 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;