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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4O Tin trrHBRIDG! HIUMn Mimln-v. M'" 10, xi.L, Baseball talks swi to Washington, for today Rustlers ALBERTA DIDN'T WIN IN HOCKEY Albcrlci Indicins v. Native Winter Gomes grand aggregale over Hie weekend on ihe but it nofliing )o do Iheir success oa (he ice. Boxing and basketball carried fhe host province to victory over teanu from B.C., Manitoba and Sask- periorimm.ce Sunday turns trick ames IIV UL'DV IIAUC.K.VKDEIl St-.ilf Writrr monies it was announced that the 1973 winter games will be held in B.C. Bidding for Ilie games were and Manitoba. The dale the '.'anies will he STANDOUT (Staff) Al- berta's Indian athletes came n op big over Hie weekend and a. took over-all (irsl place honors! disclosed at a later date. A at the Ilircc-day first Western j Vancouver based Indian group Canada Native ttuiler Games, known as the Winter Games which concluded Sunday. Team and individual medals end trophies were presented (o winning athletes before about spectators at the Kainai Sports Centre here. More than 500 Indian ath- letes from the four Western Canadian provinces took part. Until the last day oi the games, British Columbia and Alberta were nip-and-tuck in total points for the over-alt championship medal. Society will be in charge of the preparations. In Sunday's playoffs. Foi't Alexander Braves of Manitoba Ihc junior hockey tourna- ment, with IN'SPOI, Thumlcr- birds nf Edmonton second. 1'rincc George, B.C. look third. The Pas, .Manitoba, look the senior hockey title wilh a 7-1 victory over Fort Alexander in Ihe final gnnie. The bronze went to Fort St. James. B.C. St. Mary's Warriors ol C.ird- ston uon the junior men's bas- kclball division. The silver and bronze medal standings were not available. Jack about grand-slam chance AUGUSTA, Ga. (API Jack par and he finished three Nicklaiis, savoring his fourth Albcrla, aided victories Sunday in basketball and box- inp, gained a lolal ol 213.5 points for first place, "while B.C. came second iviLh 174.5 points. Saskatchewan took third 330 points followed by Manitoba In last place with a total of 121. Four points were given for first, three for second, two for third and one for fourth. During the concluding cere- _ lasters golf (ille. Is not pre-I Wciskonf, Rob pared to regard it as the first j Mitchell and Bruce Crampton, Frazier honored NEW YORK (AP) Heavy- weight champion Joe Frazier was honored Sunday night as 1971 Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association. Frazier received the Edward J. Neil Trophy, which he also received in IMS, at the associa- tion's annual dinner. The Neil strokes better than his closest icg ot apotenlia] grand slam. "It is silly to talk- about it at. this Nicklaus said Sun- day as he fingered the threads of a long green jacket that sym- bolized a cautious three-stroke victory in the year's (irst major ;olf spectacle. "You can't lump all four of :he big tournaments together and think realistically of win- ning them in one year. H I should win at Pebble Beach and hen at Muirfiold, then you might talk about z grand slam. 'But not odds are ,00 great against It." Tho 32-year-old Nicklaus said e plans now to concentrate on winning the U.S. Open in June at Pebble Beach, Calif., and, if successful there, move on to Ihe British Open at Muirfield in July. The PGA Championship at the giant Oakland Hills course in Detroit completes the big lour of major championships which no man has won in a single year. who tied at 20 Jim Jamieson from Moline, III., blew to a 77 for 290 and Paul Harney, 42-year-old father of six from Worcester, Mass., who started the last day just three back of the. leader, had an fll for 2no. Another giant of the caught up in Sunday's swirling winds and hard greens was Ar- nold Palmer, the only other player besides Nicklaus to win The Blood Golden Eagles, of Cardston, won the gold in se- ninr men's with Prince Rupert. li.C. faking tlic lly Till-: ASSOCIATE) J'llKSS With President Nixon keeping an eye on tho situation and buoyed by Ihc first progress in mouths, talks aimed at settling the 10-dny-old baseball strike moved from New York to Wash- ington today, where both sides were to meet wilh a federal me- diator. Hut even should the dispute, which centres around Ihc amount the major league club owners will contribute lo the players' pension fund, be set- tled, a new slumbling block loomed over whether tlic play- ers would be ciilitlcd (o full sal- aries if a full 162-ganie season were played. At one point Sunday night, to- day's on-agaiivott-again meet- ing with J. Curtis Counls. head of the federal mediation service, seemed olf nt the request of tho owners after they made what I spokesman John Gahcrin called their money offer to Ihc j pension plan." RED DKKU (CP) j UFJ.'KU NOT DISCLOSED i Deer Rustlers led by Gaherin did not disclose the goa[ performance of amount ot the offer. The own- ers' only previous offer was a increase, earmarked for the health care portion of Ihe over-all pension plan. They currently contribute ?6.4 million annually to the over-all plan. Today's meeting was back on agnin after Counts received a call from Ihe president urging Ibal he do everything he can to gel Ihe strike settled. A spokesman for Counts said Ihe president (old Counts he was veiy interested in seeing the Kruncdv of Mu- mediation sen-ice's York oltice, Oidicrin and Man in Miller, executive direcloi nf the saving 1 linvc a contract wilh these saiil Franiis Dak-, pi cswlcnl ol CinciniiiiU llcds, "and ll Pro" vides that Ilicv must he In service all season and specifically provides Uiat if they miss any pai-L of it they will not he paid The players, who have been I r. rn-.ci-nf.li vinP 17-ncr- Association. iMeanw-hilc. a now of disagreement Ihivaleiwd to arise as owners stood firm on docking Hie plnvors Iheiv daily salaries while Ilie strike lasts. The liall season is on IM days i seeking a rather than U'- untncs and I cent increase in retirement _ben through Sunday, eath player' clils, on strike April 1, had lost a portion nt bis salary, forcing a premature hall according lo Ihc o-.inrrs. I spring training. _______ lo game lead lied1 necessary, Uic two- first and Red Deer led after llic rncond, i Karl BiM-ie mado saves For j Vornon while (iraliam Parsons turned aside 35. Vcnion Loolf Thursday and a fifth game, if I six of 11 penalties. TIED DEEH (CI') Cal- gary, representing zone five, had 3t points lo win the ag- gregate title in Ihe Alberta High School Five-Pin Bowling championship Saturday. Zone eight, Ihe Le'hbridge area, was second with 23 points, one ahead of zone six. tile Ked- Decr Rtelller district. Eipht zones took part in the one-day tournament, with Lclh- bridge winning one ol Ihe five titles. Ken Tolled ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES STANDINGS SERIES G W L F A PI tur. final 1. Ciliary II Hal 3 Ned Kurtz ol Lcthb ridge for the boys' sin- gles crown. Kim Strict of Sfef- tlcr was second with and Bob Bakos of Calgary was third with Ited Deer Stetfler won the girls' (cam title with and was next with The boys' team title was won by I.ethhridge with G.725 and Calgary second at The mixed title winner was Calgary with a total of Meanwhile in Sudhury, Ont. bowlers from Manitoba and Newfoundland dominated the first day of action in Ihe Youth Bowling Association champion- ships. Newfoundland and Manitoba look Ihc lead in each of (our categories including a share of the lead in senior boys' team competition. Alberta, with three teams from Lethbriclge taking part, has a share ol llic lead in ban- tam boys' action. The bantam boys' Icam Is from Lcthbriclge and includes coach Norm Tolley, Mike Ger- la. Bill Todd, nod Malchow, Robin Stanton ncl Steve Ken- wood. 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