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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodneiduy, AuQuil 53, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD g HIwdesld barred from Olympic Games African walkout at Munich avoided From AP-IIEUTEU MUNICH chind the leaders with a learn olal of G5G. Pilchard Andrcachuk of Letlv ridge paced Ihe Alberta team n the final round with a 7C ivhilc Kirk Manning of Catgar; ind Tony Jjccuycr of Edinon on followed with a score of 7D lob Alexander of icnipcd up an. S3 in his fina mling. Oilers sign Anderson, Carlylc EDMONTON (CP) Albert. Oilers of the World Hockey As sociation announced Tuesda the signing of Iwo more players well as the dates of Iheir ex hihilion series. The players, who bring U' Oilers1 total to 20, are linn Ai derson, formerly ot the Na lional Hockey league Huffa! Sahrcs, and Steve Cariylu i Lncombe, Alia., who was 11 youngest member of Ihe Con; dian national hockey tcai when he joined In Bill Hunter, vicc-presidci and general manager of tl (earn, told a news conferem that Anderson played a maji role in Edmonton Oil King Memorial Cup victory ovo O.shawa Generals in the 19G5- The Oil Kings n: Hunter's entry in the Canada Hockey I.engnc. He said Carlylc. captain the University of Alberta Golden Hears last year, one of Ihe grent youi in the game today.1 FOR SALE OWNER BRAND NEW CRUISER COMPLETE WITH TRAILER COMPLETELY FINISHED MOTOR NOT INCLUDED Contact Alfred Brau at Shaugnessy 327-9617 urisin than the strict ones eded to by Brundage, takes er at a critical time, when e entire Olympic movement facing change. Brundage himscU bitterly as- iled the IOC for com- omising principles for polili- L! expediency, a charge the IOC president will have to intend wilh. One of Brundage's last public jtics as president was to an- unce Tuesday the IOC's ecision to oust Rhodesia from o Munich Olympics to avert a alkoul by the black African onnAries. Almost as soon as the vote as taken critics were saying IOC would never again re- apturc its former image as an pholder of the Olympic ideals, ee from political pressures The new president will have :her problems to deal ic insidious growth of profcs- lonalism in sport and the in- rcasing commercialism of inter sports. Brundagfi has aid openly the Winter Olym- ics should be ended. Hrundage will continue as resident until the end of the lunich Olympics Sept. 10. Harper .hipped to Kings MONTREAL Uw IOC a year ago when thcv decided to call the Rhndcsians Brilish subjects. Rhodesia de- clared its independence long ago. Now, the IOC has to live. witli its decision." The IOC was forced to back down similarly before the IBM Oamcs at Mexico City. Having approved white-ruled Soulh Af- rica, the Olympic body yielded to pressures from the Soviet Union, its Communist allies and African nations and reversed its decision, South Africa is still barred. Communist China. mean- while, decided Tuesday not lo get involved with the inter- national sports festival. Ger- man Olympic organizers re- ported offer to the People's Republic of China lo Fend ob- servers and reporters lo Mun- ich had been turned down by J'eking. advance to finals EDMONTON' (CP) Alberta and Ontario advanced to the fi nal of the Junior B lacrosse championship with vic- tories Tuesday. Ontario, represented by Elobicoke, came from a 5-1 first-period deficit to defeat Halifax Griffins 12-8 and win the eastern championship. Al- isrta, represented by Calgary Shamrocks, built up a 7-3 sec- >nd-pcriod lead and held on for l 9-7 victory over British Co imnbia's New Westminster Salmonbellies, The two teams meet Thure clay in the championship match. Halifax and New Westminster meet tonight to decide tnirc place. The remaining two rns in the six-team cham pionship, Saskatchewan anc Quebec, play for fifth placi earlier tonight. Hay Dance and Morris Mas- ters eacl! scored three goals for Ontario. Neil Muir scored twice for Halifax. Jerry Gilson scored three imes for Calgary. Miles Cruise added a pair while I-ance Os- Staubaeh may miss the entire eason. The injury occurred on the fi- al play of the Giants' game ,-.5t Sunday against New York els. Injuries v.-ere also reported ia Tuesday by Cleveland E.-owns, Philadelphia Eagles ard Los Angeles Rams. SURGERY NEEDED Rookie defensive end Lester Sims, the Browns' second-round draft choice, suffered torn car- ibge in his right knee Sunday against Detroit Lions and was .0 undergo surgery today. The Eagles said middle line- lacker Steve Zahel also suf- torn cartilage in his right knee in practice Tuesday. Kermit Alexander, corner- jack for the Hams, will be out our to six weeks with a broken elbow suffered in the exhibition ;ame against Oakland Raidei-s. ROMANIA UPSET LOS ANGELES CAP) Ro- mania's leimis slars are risking a forfeit of the Davis Cup if they refuse to play the final round in the United States, U.S. team captain Dennis Ralston said Tuesday. boi-ne and Grant each scored twice Westminster. Robertson for New CO-OP VISCOUNT CHEST FREEZERS! 8 cu. 15 cu. 99 20 cu. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP 1221 -2nd Ave. Soulh Phone Wiiwer of 10 Speed Bicycle by leo Singer's Piclurcd above left lo right ore: Ernie Reslor, Manager Hoyl's Hardware. Bob McGregor the lucky winner, ond John Tolerjco, Sales Mgr.t leo Singer Men's end Eoyi' Wear. This bicycle wns a prize courlesy cf Hoyt's Hardware and given c.xvay by leo Singers on a droiv in which customers entered ihcir nemos In Ihe store. Congratulalionl lo 1hc lucky winner. MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 211 5th Street S. Phons 327-3953 ;