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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Tu-f HF5ALD So'urdov. Jo-uorv 70. defends cnncn Cranston is pleased but wants to create -tvorsit-t? t'rid'sv nisht, but --or r'-i ;.'al not to -.V Toronto artist create for Minor liockev the Xusseis ;-i vt.-t.-r-. ve: the Mc-n- t.- B.trtar.-. "3" play -j-i Lesley .r a solo Monarch cr.-e of: the sv.: Ccrvt a.-...' Ric-ards. Cam Jarvie Ker led tee tc-y over the Bear la-. Duval a-.J L-, Frer.i Lar.E. Mar 'rile singles ss of Carey r. Eoeticfcer en "tee and to a 5-3 vlc- s a Pee Wee Meere. A-- res Perrier 5rf.cs prr does net n-.er.n home medals If he ocu'.j tr. ".ew moves and enlishten ?art of the skat- ir.g thor. he --voulti teel his skating career r.sd be-en worth hile. The him perform Friday apparentiy felt VPS; he Mi! fro'vn them worth tr'-'rt: him a siandj-.j 0-. a' :'-c com- p'etion of free- Enn'Shaver c; 0-'., iin- ishKi Ru- An skater as as the Crsjiiion. ram- bir.ed theatrics ar.d athletics b his iive-rninviie pencrmarcs. Ke sec-red so hesvih v.-.th the judges that even if -h-s ho hiai had a'.: perfect arks tcv haie him.' End nf the trtrtt :r a rov? v.- a corrjcrti.-'e ever Barbara and David Porter of who Lirttr. asi Michel Brad- ley of UrjcnvSle. Cr.t were 5-twrs. wfco y-ar oft u-or's to o- t. etr sksti-g, are -i-it'r: Dr. Stcia of the i'tiver. Taylor, only 1-1, braiod the jump and it eaniLXi enough marks to move from seventh place alter figures to the utle. The only other man to iar.d a triple hitz in competition was Donald Jackson, then cf awa. Or.t.. and now of Tororto, ajid he won world cham- pionship with it in A triple iu-.i calls for a ikater to take off while going back- wards, uirn three limes in the air and land while going back- wards. So difficult is the manoeuvre ths! not even Cranston would in- it, bin he did try just aboui every other jump in the book, compleiins a triple salctiow and a triple toe loop. SULLY SAYS -Bv Pat SuUiimi ]T HAS BEEN place a'.M-ost a week The :r. with Miner Hockey Week :s up I haven'; even had enourh to go through Bir that coesn'i li's '.'no .-EMIC stuff ev- ery year. "Take don't serd >our boy to the rink and stay and watch him play. Or. ''your son may be a star and you don't even ri'e U-.t---er5ity In exhibition Tr.iL-scsy t eri edged the VTart 5-4. Byron Lee arc beck scored Starr.rs while added a soto Jerry Xeilson tir milkers for toir.c to Butch Axins. -Lcget play e Stajnpec- Doug Ster_- p for -e a-d co-rretft.-r. :rie.y -.9 lar.din; a trr'e I-JT. tre first ever completed in a cr.arr.Dton5rJ-. SIMPSONS, SEARS I AUTO CENT! TUNE-UP SPECIAL Has winter been hard on your car? Now is the time for an expert tune-up! HERE'S WHAT WE DO Install new Allstcle spark plugs Reset ignition timing Install new condenser and rotcr Check and adjust carburetor 6 cylinder 8 cylinder 19.98 15 Good Monday to Friday CALL 328-9231 Save with Allstate Gasoline Premium SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p n. Daily Thuriday and Friday until 9 Ccn'rB 2nd crnd HMi S'. N. Monday's fight should be fun I can varuelv Minor Hockey Week I "as young. Aciua'.ly. it ivafr.'t thai long ago, I e a very shrr: Hockey V.'eck '--as ar-vays specta; because i'. parents v--.i'i be a: ir.c Even if }our ov-T. L ?hcv. UP. 5'Tebod' 5 or dad vas there ;o cheer you My parents used to try ar.d ge; to the odd game during the v..eek. Bu! it that easy. Dsd worked shifts and there were c-'.-er kids a: home to be look- ed after. Besides, we spent so ir.uch time at the r.r.ks as kids we werer'i ior.s enough to leil anyone the week was special. Pat. like I said, there was always 2 couple of so that yottr didn't go without notice. I remember Mr.er. rr.y folk? sito'.v up --.r-trer doesn't a understand- ir.g cf the sair-e of hockey, however, she managed to with e.se. In fact, she got to chetring for everything, even the I recai: 1 was kiiiir.r a Der.alty and was ragging puck ;n r-ur end when happenri. Tne nr.k nuie'. c-rccept for "'y dear morn as she proudly up ar.d noiiered "sho-ot as I skated to- "v- own net. I: didn''. matter her that she v as wron; and else in ;he rir.k knew it. She saw her chance cheer for and took advantage of it. 1 bawled ner out laler and told her ll embarras- me. But actually, it was kind of nice. I had ri other moLhers shouting with pride a', their I'm ge'.'iir.g at. is that she was proud of me. Had i beer, playing baseball or football, she cTulj ha-, e made :.he same mistake. But the thought "'as there ar.d it was sincere. Each and everyone of you have that same chance "h.s week. toys in the LethbnQge Minor Mockey AsS'-claf.on thai should mean roughly 1.300 parervti. As a matter of fact, if you took alon; the kid and sister, It Mould be more like 2.000 Beautiful to watch Crcnston cf Torcnfo pufs cut his best oL-ring c in a' Canadian figure skating his s t 9, (C? V.Vephst-0 KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP Joe Frazier puffed and grunted like an enraged pig as he poured punches into the body of his sparring partner and when ilhc bell sounded he ran around Ihe ring letting put awesome, Tarzan-liie yells. Later he cooled oil on a rub- bing table, only a towel cov- ering his rugged physique, and talked about Monday night's heavyweight title fight against young George Foreman. "I'm going to stay on I'm not going to give him room io the bearded world champion warned and then, when asked if he had any spe- cial incentive against Foreman, added: "I want to beat even-body. I'd want to beat my brother U he thought he could take my title away." An hour later, it was Fore- man, a fine 6-foot-3. 220-pound figure of a man, dancing and prancing, and occasionally paw- ing, iri "the training ring at the National Arena. While Arelhea Franklin, the vocalist, sang We Have a Friend m Jesus in a ]azz beat oti a tlic challenger did a brisk, little shuffle inride the ropes as if to show skeptics More sport on page 12 J he is not a slow, plodding giant, "If somebody's got something I want, I go after Hid afterward. "Joe's got something I want the world champion- ship, and I'm going to get IL" That's the way the two unde- feated former Olympic gold medalists ended hard training for their 15-round bout. Between now end tit p.m. EST bell Monday night, the disciplining will be largely mental. Frazier insisted he was not discouraged by the over- whelming local sentiment for Foreman, although Las Vegas oddsmakers have made him a favorite. "Ic don't matter.'1 he said, ''I'm always the underdog." Questioned on the underdog Foreman became irritated and blurted: "Nobody's eoing to be a dog in this fight." Foreman, is five years younger than Frazier, at 6-3 more than four inches taller, at 22n is 10 pounds heavier ana with a five-inch longer reach. Despite his youth, he has had eight more pro fights than the champion, Binning all 37. by knockout. Fraiier is unbeaten in 29 bouLs. winning 25 by knockout. Toe fight, while a natural be- cause it matches two unbeaten former Olympic heavyweight kings, has failed to excite fans as expected and may be staged [before 10 000 or 15.000 empty spats in a arena. Frailer is guaranteed S530.0- agaj'nst 42'-; cent of the ard Foreman K75.000 against IS per cent. Rams drop Cornels Cougars extend streak I stepped :n tt -j-.e rink while ihe annual Pee was cr, at Christmas tune and I rr.y eyes. I'm ashamed to say I had r.e-. er seen a Pee game before. I kr.r-.v v.-ha: 1 was expecting, but I surprised I thought I put :r. an ap- ar.d No such I stayed for t-.iCre than an hcur arc er.irycd rttyseif. The rtttr: than half fui! -.vas E-t you weu'.d have to sec It yoursc'.f to be- -tr.e and 10. hardly able to see r-cr the beards, at it in professional fasnion. tre parents. They '.'-'ere scrr.e-thir.g else again. Lti-te -00 coaches, had advice for a'tl the players. I '.'-'atche-d one :eh-'..-- v-a'k up and dov.n the r_. boards on ore side of the nr.'-t at the same pace F.oi as the V.'hei sor.'s team lina'.-y scored -3 H-_-'. t.. :rrce he .'as to.o ?per.t to cheer kce? :t Startin: iodav ar.d --ecV frc-r, Sunttay LMIIA ;s ceiebratin: Minor D: a fa--': and s'-n ;n hi ivy r; the arer.as. bo glad you did Ar.d believe me v.hrn I say go early in the week, you il v. ant to go bac-t Now that I about it. I would Itke to go ar.d start a'! r.ver. I had a lot of good C s r. i r a Cougars rvke-d up w'tir icurth straight Sc'Ju-.crn "A" Lcaroe victon.' by Beaton oil hand for event End he- Meri- icir.? fo'iTJC'tre cf tnetr .lioerta ett's cuillrg Tuesday in Ta- ber. Sestrn ar.d her mates w i i face s squad made up of 15 other rinis Li r.er bid to retain ihe right to defend LT Aoerta Tre Sou'.bera .Uber'-a Ladies Cvir'.tr.g cpsn Tuesday no-nine at at the Ta'-er C-or'.tr; Cub. This 77 arks the first ttrr.e 2 snijthem fi.n.al has been staged :n a As the event has never" beer. steyEd on four sheet; ci ice. DVafl'S re held daily at the Taber with the final set for -I an. Thursday nxrr.ing. A 2 p.rv craw say be should the B event v.-n--er upidt the A (riarr.p. y.-5. K n t e rf '.'orh Dcresr ?rar WESTERS CiKADA -i-..--- ;t B, Cs''3--'a I U I1 "f _ '.'.iMTOBA JUNIOR SCORING LtAOBRS SiSKl-CHEWAN JUNIOK Esm... PH V SiSKETEtLL Enl" D.vi'e- "t! w L T c J M _ Wtsun Diviiipi "I1 sc's i: 3 "t r- A 'f- J: COLLEGIATE Crowd forming Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION MQN., JAN. p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER yi GIHO CARUSO GLOVE MATCH: MICHEL MARTEl vi DAN KROFFAT XAMATA vi SUPER HAWK 3 Eiciling bouti S2.50, S2 V.'aich STAMPEOE WRESTLING on CJOC-7V Tt'CSON 'AP! Bobbv Nichols isr.'t pver 10 T.ak-ji? rrcdtc'.ions. but ho FrirJav: t v t.t 'her rf p'nvtr.p You v.n M-cIL 1 dnn t [eel i r'.ayins that I ?-j-c .r-- --orir.it V ci-ol- put incr'.hcr nnniher 'O a Lc l ho Trcorge Archer :n the Sl.W'i Dean Martin-Tucson open goll tournament. Rod KunseUi. who scored a surprise triumph o weeks ago in the Los Angeles Open, .ir.rl Bruce Crarrp'jm- u-jio -1 P.Vor.-.A. wcr-? next ir. the c'.owly-hiL-ichod iield. Fur.AKh had s 70 tor ;39 ar.d Cratr.pton Toronto s Ben Kern survived Ire l'-7 cu'nff p.Vnt a H6. the sane total as .'irit-rourKl icti'lcr .lack -A no ballooned In a 79 Friay. v i.' f at ar.d Km Fui'on of Mon- treal, at r.usferi the fi- nal Via rounds today ajid Sun- day. In at Hi, three under par on the cactus-studded, desert layout- were former Masters c-hampion Charles Frsnl-t P.-rr-'. D.r.2 Ma- I Alltn M.lic..-. Just Arrived! GENERAL STEEL RADIAL PASSENGER TIRES Check Our Prices! ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE