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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Cranston finishes in fifth place Mdoy, Mcrcti 10, TUB UTH8RIDG! HERAID Repeat performance for Czech skater By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor CALGARY (CP) Profi- ciency in tlie stolid art of trac- ing figures has decided one title and has set the. stage for victory in a second event at the world- figure skating championships. Ondrej Nepela of Czechoslova- kia successfully defended his world crown Thursday night, putting together a solid free- skating performance with u pre- Flett returns, haunts Kings vious top exhibition of figures. And two Chelveruckhin and Vladimir Ko were 2-3 after the figures, took tlie silver and bronze medals. A similar situation Is shaping up in the women's singles, which will lie decided tonight. Trixie Schuba of Austria has an insurmountable lead after the compulsory figures, with Karen Magnussen of Vancouver and Janet Lynn of Rockford, by IAN MacLAINE Canadian Press Staff Writer If Los Angeles Kings' fans had any questions about why Bill Flett is called Cowboy, they were wiped aside Thursday night when the one-time hero rode herd on the Kings for three goals and launched Philadelphia Flyers to a 5-3 National Hockey League victory. It was the first game back in Los Angeles for Flett, one of the original Kings from the 1007 ex- pansion team who was traded to the Flyers in an eight-player deal Jan. 29. The victory moved Philadel- phia into a third place tie with St. Louis Blues In the West Divi- sion. Tlie Blues dropped a 5-1 score to Montreal Canadiens m the other game Thursday night. Tonight's only action has Van couver Canucks at home to But' falo Sabres. Both clubs are in the East Division cellar with the Sabres in sixth place by. three points. Taken from Toronto Maple Habs routed from hotel clue to fire ST. LOUIS