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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Maich 1971 THS IFIHSRIDGE 13 All figure out tuxes Arithmetic gets complicated NEW YORK AP It would take a Philadelphia lawyer to compute the tax mans take of the 3 million puise that Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali collected for The But a New York tax law ex ticking off a lot of roughly figured that Joe Fraj zier and Muhammad AH net ted slightly more than 25 per j millionof their I combined Each got S2 5 And while All lost the heav yweight title lie wound up with a smaller tax Peter a partner in the law fii in oi Roj Kocgcl and computed Atis taxes on a joint letum lump sum deducting Stewart has one Ions Saskatchewan unbeaten SAINT CP clear misses by New Brunswick skip Ed ena hlcd Saskatchewan to gain a 42 erdict and extend its unbeaten string to five games in the Ca nadian mixed curling champion ship play Tuesday Two rounds are set for a ard MST The seventh round had Sasj katchewan against Alberta in one key game and Jim Dun stones four some facing in Other games saw Nova Scolia meet New Brunswick against and Newfound land playing Northern Ontario had the Sleeves misses came in the eighth end and Larry McGraths Kmdersley foursome capitalized with a three count to wrap up victory against Uie Moncton chi Action during sixth round play in the 11rink bonspiel also saw Bruce Sewarts Calgary rink top the Northern Ontario crew skipped by Harvey Caron of j Nick Oldale of N S trim Horst Illings of Labrador Charlottetowns Bob Dillon lead Punce Edward Island to a S7 win over British Columbias entry from Kamloops skipped by Kelly and Quebecs Bill Tracy of Arvida shade Vince Lebano of G WINS FIVE STRAIGHT At the halfway Saskat chewan was undefeated with five straight wins followed by Manitoba and Alberta with 41 wonloss Nova Scotia was 42 New Brunswick 33 and B Ontario and Quebec PEL was 24 with Newfound land and Northern Ontario trail ing at McGrath said after his sixth round game he thousht one miss but I didnt think theyd miss a second The two rinks had been play ing a hardtakeout game and blanked six of the 10 Thats the way T wanted said a Iwotimc na tional champion in the mixed Sleeves said lie could have Saskatchewan then built taken a single in the fifth but its own scoring three to j then would have given up adj take the vantage of final rocks in the fol1 In fifthround action lowing It hd been his downed Newfoundland Dlan to build up a big find bei katchewan dumped Northern fore counting Ontario Manitoba took New But takeout game left him Brunswick Alberta no opportunity to pile up any Onario 108 and Nova Scotia big scores during the next Chinooks in junior finals OTTAWA CP National am Vancouver are the cities basketball finals for umor and senior men and women begin Friday m four Winnipeg where the four Canadian ama teur basketball titles will b de cided by Sunday The senior mens champion with teams from Winni and will be plajed at the University of Cal gary Last years Si mon Eraser University Clans did not enter the Pacific region playoffs but their John has taken over the favored Vancouver Villas play Scarborough BoPeeps in the second game Friday Winnipeg An drews and Calgary Warriors open the VICTORIA FAVORED Victoria are fa vored in the senior womens tournament in New Brunswick Red Bloom undefeated after 17 games this will represent the Atlantic Hamilton fought back LIVERPOOL AP The Greek champion soccer team Panathinaikos held favored Ev erton to a 11 draw here Tues day night in the first leg of the quarter finals in the European Half time score w as The with a goal by Antoniadis in the 81st looked as though they might get a shock victory on Evcrtons home but Johnson equalized in the final minute when Referee Glockner of East Germany was already 10 A sfonewalf defence kept Ontario champion and erton at bay thioughout the first Edmonton Tigerettes are The local side also lacked an effective The entire first half and much of the second w as played almost exclusively in Greek territory but time after time centre for ward Joe Royle headed the ball over the At the Greeks had nine Sleeves admitted the misses were the turning point as Saskatchewan jumped into a 41 lead and was never pressed in the last two the Pi airie representath Teams fiom University of Uni versity of Memorial University and University of Calgary will be going after the junior mens title in Four teams will meet in Van couver to decide the junior men defending in front of their I womens goal Fouls were frequent and First United of back Eleylhcrakis had his name Lethbridge Univcr lakcn by Glockner after only sity of British Columbia Thun four minutes of the game for derette Jayvees and Ottawa fouling Shortly after the half time left back Vlahos was also booked for fouling Tommy Reiveis are the four regional representatives with the two B teams expected to ad vance to the for exemptions and On that basis Ali will keep close to the figure he estimated I Uncle New York stale and New York City share the rest j corpoiate slruc ture complicates the computi tion of his which was fig ured ai about Fisher figured it on claim that he would take 63 per cent of the gross for himself and put 33 per his of Philadel phia Deducting for ex he would net of the 65 per or SI 3 mil plus about fcr his share of the after Then whats the advantage of a corporation If he follows the example of Flo d there isnt said Patterson tried to use the corporation to accumulate laxes al a lower rate 48 per cent but because of sloppy the IRS taxed him Now about that Philadelphia lawj Uncle Sam is assured of his But on shaky ground is the state where the fight was staged and the state where Frazier WASTES NO TIME New York state wasted no time in claiming its As soon as Hie county clerks off ice opened Tuesday the slate filed tax warrants against Ali and Frazier for 348 246 50 or 14 per cent of the gross The state made a jeopardy said F i s h e saying in effect that if it doesnt collect now the money is going to leave the never to be seen w h i c h put into effect only last Thursday a 3 5percent state income may wind up with noth Philadelphia also may lose out on a chance to collect a wage said taxes are paid only in cue of states which can lay claim and its the state with the larger MAY ISSUE CREDIT New York could col Isct while de pending on how the new law issues a And while New York City is eligible to assess both fighters for a contribution to the city income tax Philadel phia who considers himself a moved across tlie Delaware River to Cherry New Jersey has no state income Frazier also lives outside of Philadelphias city al though his corporation is headquartered GOES GUN CASES 50 OFF LAWN MOWERS GARDEN TOOLS AIL REDUCED We are now having an Inventory Adjustment Sale to acquaint people with our new policy of HonestToGoodness Discounted Merchan If you are looking for price and can help we have the Supermarket We dont intend to be undersold by anyone Large or Smali BOB DEIMUTH WESTINGHOUSE STEAM and DRY IRON Teflon Coaled Solo Plain Our Discount Prica HOCKEY CURLING SNOW PUSHERS and CHRISTMAS TOYS ALL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT PRCE 25 HARDWARE FORMERLY lYlES HARDWARE 414 13th North Lethbridge Phone 3283541 or 3283545 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 LEAGUE HONORS TO and John Davidson will be honored by the Alberta Junior Hockey League McDonald was Ihe leagues most valuable player as a member of thc Lethbridge Sugar Kings while Davidson backstopped himself inlo rookie of the year honors as well as top Kings host Edmonton Maple Leafs Saturday if Sunday as semifinal series Kings lead 20 in ng their Cougars edge Rustlers League to honor two Lannie McDonald and J o h n was also the top MeBnan Doug Stiimpf Davidson will be honored by on the other was and sewed toi the Alberta Junior Hockey the most valuable player in the the Rustleis in the bruising al League Friday evening at the sixteam The local pair will be honorj Dale HenwooJ made 27 h o patrols ceni ed before the third game of a i for the Rustlers while Scott i Ire ice for the Lclhbridge Sug1 best of seven semifinal with Darling turned aside 20 Edmonton JIple Leafs which and Kings topped the is slated tor the Arena at voting in league individual jhonois this past season and I w ill receive their trophies Fri j day evening from league vice president Ian Kings lead the series 2fl and could wrap up a berth in the final with two wins at home this It was also announced that besides being thc tickets for Fridays game will leagues be sold between 12 noon Thurs day to while lor Sat urdays encounter tickets will be available from 10 am to5 These tickets can be pur chased at the east end of Uie Centre Village If tickets will be i sold for Sundays game Saturj i day from 10 a until 5 p For season ticket holders i tickets will be available at I p prior to each i The 19th annual Elks just spiel is scheduled for the Lethj onegame to dge Curling Club this week goals to lead Calgary end beginning Thursday eve1 Cougars to a 65 semifinal mr ton over the pennantwinning of 70 rinks are entered Red Rustlers Tuesday in the fourdav w i t h s hold a 21 lead prizes up for grabs in m Hie beslofseven Lasl year Elks event ready to go tliis weekend A total of 10 penalties weie with the Cougars taking Included were fighting and misconduct majors Io Calgary and a fighting major to thc Rustlers Red Deer coach Alf Cadman pulled Henwoocl with three minutes left JlcLashs power play goal was the result 30 sec onds I The goalie was out again later I in the but the Rustlers couldnt find the maik 2J1V011 l Steve Ian Doug G 111 i e s i Leguillcux and fcp i Bill one of chief architects of National Hockey League expansion by i eight teams since received the Lester Patrick Memorial Trophy at a dinner Tuesday Danell SSeT L field in I tie and a 33 draw after From while Ken 20 Tears an NHL goalkeeping j and o John Sollenber Mctzger is a native of Another Warner rink ivon the third event as Earl ODonneU triumphed TIic fourth uent to Glen Turner of The draws are as follows 4 L Lettibndqe vs G Nfs S L c t n bndige vs F G Fort Maclcod vs C J Lethbridgc vs G Picture P Shim Tater vs D LMhbndoer J B Williams Lethbridge B Taber vs L bncJcic vs J Picture Taber vs J Fore most A Foremost R John L Leth bridoe vs Picture Butte P vs L Pavka Taber N Lelhbndqc vs N Fore most vi A D Lcthbnciqc xs B Hanna Pit lure F Lrthbncioc vs L Santa R Mac I rthtnttae vs R Tabcr Letnbridge S PiCurc ButtcE Lelhbndqe Forpmcsl 7AM Royals even semifinals longtime hockey imprcssaj rio in Pa and former j American Hockey League presi The annual awards insti tuted six ago for outitandj ing scmco to hockey in the i Lnilcd States They are in memory of Lester Patrick longtime general manager and coach of Yoik J Fm Pnddle Butic BC CP Cranbrook Koyals edged Spo kane Jes 4S Aiesday night to their bestofseven West and pi csontcd io each i c ern International Hockey cPiem ljy his kmK slorli League semifinal series at 22 lives Ljnn and Murray Pat The Royals had an edge m i play and outshot the Jets A welltanned Goiclio while holding period leads of relumed to action with DC 10 after thc first and 42 after i troit Rod Wings last week afier the a rest in introduced the Wally Ken junior picked for Boh and Nels Venerus jears I S Tlicy included his OUD son Leonard iKedi Krlly and See the besl in the West meet the best from 3rd ANNUAL PONTIAC CUP LAKE LOUISE ALBERTA Starting Time Ample free See the climax of tha Canadian ski racing season as outstanding skiers from all across Canada compete in the finals for the Plan to attend It will be one of the biggest ski events in Alberta s sports year Be sure to watch tha PontiacCup Final on CTVs Wide World of Sport Saturday March Check your local listings tor scored for Dave Don Schem and Tom Kendall weie the Spokane Phil lleadlv turned ncrnl malinger and of Fills liurgli paid tribute Io Picu G Gorri the blocking records as Id Warn Hflt C Tiirr Lrthbridtit Plclurr C Let bridge n G NIK Varnfr vs Van Mcdicin Hat D PiJurr Eullc Tdber A M D R Llc wcdicinf Hal B Wa nrr M c r ODo can strong peiformance in goal for holder of such XIIL records as 10 icgularscason Coi and Boh Wolfe of stall Ihe Irophy was Ihe combined Io lum aside i reived on behalf of his father by now plaxina Only pcnrillics were B hockey in called in the all mi i 1 and four went to fipo 1ord Iliranson of Fleet who came to attend thc KrazierAh Between 11 w i g h I heavjwrighl tight Mondav Camilliers of thc was allended Ihe dinner as presented with Ihe Paul Koak Riiest of Kern memorial Iropln aslheWIHLs of the i mosl chise ThePonliacCupis organized by Ihe Canadian Amateur SM Associalion and sponsored by GENERAL MOTORS OFCANADALiMITEO ;