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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 20, 1571 THE LETKERiBCE KESL51B 5 ANDY CAFF SRINffTHE DOCTOR WITHSER, ME MOTHER, THE VICAR i I'M OFF T COLLECT MONEY PET- t'S FEELIN' BETTER WHEN E FANCIES A GAME OF CAPES Short sport FAnn INKS PACT BUFFALO (AP) Rocky Fair, top goalie with Cincinnati Swords last season, signed a multi-year contract with Buf- falo Sabres Wednesday, the Na- tional Hockey League team an- nounced. NIIL HELPS WHA NEW YORK (CP) "The National Hockey League is the bast public relations director the World Hockey Association could ever it is constantly mishandling its public image." This was the brief comment of Dick Wood, young president of the WHA Raiders, when More sport on page 10 asked at e news conference Wednesday about the squabble over whether Bobby Hull should be a member of the Canadian (earn that plays Russia in Sep- tember. TURNS DOWN FIGHT SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. (AP) George Foreman ot Hay- wood, Calif., wants no part of a fight with Joe Frazier, the world heavyweight boxing champion, says Yank Durham. Frazier's manager. "Dick Sadler (Foreman rs manager) had flatly turned down the said Durham. ARGOS BOMBED OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Hough Riders swamped Toronto Argonauts 51-7 in a testy East- ern Football Conference pre- season contest Wednesday. It was the Rough Riders' third win in three games. Kicker Gerry Organ led the Riders with 14 points, nine of them from first-half field goals, before sweat-soaked fans. Decision announced Wednesday afternoon Illingworth is going to be on Olympic team By LLOYD YAMAGI6IH Herald Sports Writer "Phil Ulingsworth mil be go- of the CKBBA criteria, I should be going and not Fisher" the Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-approved; 2-c; 3-b; 4-c- 5-c PART II: 1-c; 2-a; 3-e; 4-d; 5-b PART III: 1-b; 2-e; 3-d; 4-O; 5-C PICTURE QUIZ: Xuan Thuy, North Viet Nam'. Chief Negotiator HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB FRIDAY (JULY 21) (MIXED) CRAZY GOLF TOURNAMENT P.M. Followed by Dinner and Dancing to HYWAY. per couple Enter at Pro Shop SATURDAY (JULY 22) CABARET DANCING to the VIBRATIONS (MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY] Canadian Kodokan Black Belt Association's board of direc- tors, made a futile attempt to hold back a big grin. Senda was In the process of announcing Wednesday after, noon that the CKBBA had re- considered ILUngsworth's Olym- pic qualifications and would send the 23 year old Leth- bridge judokan to Munich, Germany for the 1972 Olym- pics. Illingworth, who is literally on cloud nine, was unavailable for comment. Illingworth along with Greg Senda of Lethbridge and Guy Sunada, formerly from Ray- mond are on their way to tour Europe with the Canadian Judo team. It was a long nerve wrack- ing wait for Illingworth and in- structor Senda as to what de- cision the CKBBA and the Olympic selection committee would make on his appeal. Illingworth, the current Ca- nadian middleweight champion was originally left off the five- man team that is to represent Canada at Munich. Raincr Fisher of Toronto, who was to represent Canada in the middleweight division, will now be left off the team. Fisher was beaten by the local judokan in the Canadian finals in Halifax. According to Senda, the CKBBA board of directors ne- gotiated on Illingworth's ap- peal for over a month, but the long wait was worthwhile. Tuesday night the CKBBA's five man board submitted their votes by way of telephone and the decision was finalized Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. The decision was unanimous in llUngworth's favor, due to his better record. 'You can't imagine how happy I commented Senda. "Both Phil and I can sleep a little bit he added. lUirigworth waited patiently Ihrough the ordeal never really knowing what wns going on. In an earlier interview he had said he was having trouble get- ing a response back from association to all the letters he iad written. He felt justified in his pro- test that he should have been named to the team in place of Fisher. He had said, "On the basis out in June to earn a berth on the Canadian Olympic team and despite a number of set- backs he has now reached his goal. Next could come an Olympic medal. nlingwcrth's addition to Canadian judo team is a feath- er in his cap, but more than that, a plume for our city. Lelhbridge will now have a representative -ji the 1972 Olympic Games. OFF TO EUROPE Guy Sunada, left, Greg Senda centre and Phil Illingworth board plane Wednesday that will eventually take them to Europe with the Canadian judo team. It was also announced Wednesday (hat Illingworth has earned a herlh an the Olympic judo team. Golf league LAKESIDE LADIES Low net Jill Thiesen, Value 37. Low gross Marg Meteufe, Maxine's; 47. Low team net Seeman's Jewellery; 164. VBlUB VlllBpe il Mildred skrovi.................41 Seeman's ......................dO Fayes .........................35 Maxine's ..................34 Mavfalr Vogue...............27 Irishman lough opponent Ali goes 11 rounds Park, Tkaczuk ink big pacts NEW YORK (AP) The Times says New York Rangers have agreed to pay star de- fenceman Brad Park yearly for the next five years and centre Walt T k a c z u k annually. Emile Francis, general man- ager-coach ol the National Hockey League team, would not confirm the newspaper report, saying: "We never announce who we sign." The Times, in a story for to- day's editions by Gerald Esken- azi, said Francis would go to Boston today to negotiate the salary of left winger Vic Had- ficld. Park, long considered the sec- ond-best defenceman in the NHL behind Bobby Orr of Bos- ton Bruins, would pass Orr in earnings with his reported new contract. Orr is under a long-term con- tract calling for an- nually. Orr's contract was negotiated belore the new World Hockey Association came into existence. Bigger and bigger salaries, along with longer contracts, lave gone to NHL players in recent weeks, particularly since the WIJA lured Bobby Hull away from (he NHL'a Chicago Black Hawks. Park, The Times said, got about three years ago. Now, Park, Tkaczuk and Bad- field together will earn more for the coming season than the en- tire Ranger team received two years ago. The Times says H a d f i e 1 d probably will agree to a annual salary, less than he has been offered by (he WHA. Had- field, it was said, wants to re- main with the Rangers. The WHA has offered Had- field a four-year pact and The Times says the new league proposed to pay it in the same fashion that Hull is being collection from all WHA teams. Larry Rauch, the lawyer for Park and Tkaczuk, is quoted by The Times as saying: "I don't want it (o sound as if money was the only considera- tion. They're playing for New York and they're happy players. People must realize that these players have to talk to the other league. Hockey is the way they feed their families. They've got an average of seven years to make the most of the money they'll be earning in their lifetimes." DUBLIN (AP) Muhammad Ali, fighting in spurts, dropped Al (Blue) Lewis in the fifth round and then went on to score a technical knockout in the llth round over his onetime sparring partner from Detroit Wednes- day. Referee Lew Eskin o[ New York halted the scheduled 12- rounder as Ali, life former heavyweight champion, chased the game weary underdog across tlie small ring in outdoor Croke Park. The knockdown in the fifth was the only one of the fight. Ali, suffering from a head cold, fought cautiously at times. But in the fifth round, he smashed his 29-year-old oppo- nent to the ropes with a bom- bardment of blows and then dropped him with a right to the jaw. Lewis fell on his back as Eskin tolled the count. Lewis wobbled to his feet at nine and then the bell rang ending the round. In a supporting bout, Paul Nielsen, Montreal-based heavy- weight, was stopped in the sixth round of a scheduled eight- round contest by Joe Bugner, former British, Commonwealth and European boxing champion. Hungarian-bom Bugner, who tries to regain his European title from Jurgen Blin of West Germany in October, was not impressive. With Nielsen spend- ing most of the time holding on, Bugner found difficulty in pene- trating until he finally broke through in the sixth round. Then he landed a heavy blow v.'hich sent Nielsen down for a count of three. He rose and tried to hold on again to keep Bugner at bay. JUST ARRIVED at BERT MAC'S CYCLE PEUGEOT 10 SPEED BICYCLES Knock off hubs, mar fact center pull brakes and Hutchison tires. 137 .95 CCM 3 SPEED SCRAMBLER BICYCLES HIGH RISE BERT CYCLE LTD S 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-322! 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