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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 23, 1974 Foreman is 3-1 favorite CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) George Foreman says he's a better fighter now than he was the night he smashed Joe Frazier to the canvas six times and won the world heavyweight boxing title. "Tlike to think I've prog- ressed Foreman said before working out for his title defence against Ken Norton Tuesday night. I feel that I can do everything a fighter should be able to do in the ring." "I think I've proved myself." countered Norton, who gained a title shot after winning and losing close fights with Muhammad Ali. "I think anybody should take me seriously." Foreman is taking Norton seriously. "I think it's gonna be a good the champion said. "Norton's a good fighter. You can't take that away from him. He works hard. He wants to win." Foreman is ruled a 3-to-l fa- vorite for the fight, which will be held at the indoor Polierdro at p.m. MST. Norton has concluded his gym work and his plans for the weekend were to "sleep, rest, go over by the pool and flirt." Norton said he would like to work out some more, but his trainers and managers decided against it. "I like to Foreman said of his plans to work out until Monday. "I like to be doing something." The weigh-in will be held Monday instead of the day of the fight. Foreman expected 'to weigh between 220 and 225 and Norton 213. Minor hockey ;.-Gordon Melnyk and Marshall DeArmand matched two goal performances as the Seals and Raiders played to a Bantam B draw. Damn Visosky added a single to Melnyk's two to complete the scoring for the Seals while the other Raider marker came from David Seaman. Tyler Martinuk, Darryl Vogt and Terry McNeely scored singles as the North Stars tripped the Stampeders 3-1 in Midget action. Gordon Keith replied for the Stampeders. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE He STREET NORTH Junior high champions Catholic Centra! won the city junior high school and Wayne Doroshenko. Back, left to right, coach boys' basketball crown this year. The winners are, Mike Bruchet, Dominic Santangelo, Les Seaman, front, left to right, Dennis Kaupp, Roman Ksaizek, Raniero Zucco, Robert Stanley and manager Doug Dave Berlando and Ivano Fraulin. Centre, left to right, Bodie. Ken Lang, Sean Monahan, Tim Gross, Barry Kimmitt Hang on to slip past Seals 3-2 Leafs edge closer to berth By THE CANADIAN PRESS Buffalo Sabres probably were hoping Toronto Maple Leafs would have a disastrous West Coast trip. A defeat to Los Angeles Kings would have been nice, along with a surprise victory by California Golden Seals. The Leafs, however, spoiled that dream with a 3-2 triumph Friday night over the Seals, following a 1-1 tie with the Kings last Tuesday, to strengthen their hold on the fourth and last playoff berth in the East Division .of the National Hockey League. Toronto, with seven games remaining in regular-season play, has 79 points, nine more than Buffalo which has eight games left. The Leafs might fan the Sabres' playoff hopes if they lose Sunday in Vancouver, and if Buffalo takes a pair of weekend games from New York Islanders and New York Rangers. The Leafs had little trouble Friday, outshooting California 39-21 before fans. The game, only one in the NHL. wound up the season's series between the clubs with the Leafs winning four and ty- ing one. For the Seals, eighth and last in the West Division with 35 points, it was their fifth straight defeat and 49th in 71 games. First Period 1. Toronto. Monahan S (Neely. Keon) 2. California, Boldirev 24 (Graves. Gilbertson) 3. Toronto. Dupere 5 (Sittler. Pelyk) Penalties Salming Neely Johnston Saratini Second Period 4. California. Gilbertson 16 (Graves) 5. Toronto. Keon 23 (Neely. Monahan) Penalties Johnston Henderson Dupere Third Period No scoring. Penalties none. on goal by Toronto 17 11 California 5 10 Revstm's free find easy life ends inflames Miller in again at 67, closest rival six back HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) Johnny Miller, playing with the same grace that won him the United States Open, fired another four-under-par 67 and glided into a commanding six-stroke lead Friday in the second round of the Sea Pines Heritage golf tournament. Miller's 36-hole lead was, 'by two strokes, the largest two- round margin of the year on the pro tour and gave him an overwhelming advantage in his quest of a fourth title of the season. "If I lose the tournament, I'll have to screw up my game plan or change my said the confident, self- contained Miller, who swept the first three titles of the year and already has prize winnings of for the season. "It's said Allen Miller, no relation, who is tied for second with Lanny Wadkins. Miller's 134 total was eight under par on the Harbour Town golf course and was one of only five sub-par scores for two rounds over the picturesque, seaside layout that ranks as one of the most subtly demanding and exacting courses the tour pros encounter all season. Allen Miller, who noted, "I'm getting tired of being the 'other Miller' but and the fiercely competitive Wadkins shared second at 140, two under par. Allen had a 72 in the cool, Wadkins a 70. The only others under par after two rounds were Don Bies and Tom Kite, tied at 141. Bies had a 69 and Kite 68. The group at par 142 included rookie Ben Crenshaw, Forrest Fezler, Gibby Gilbert, J. C. Snead and Australian David Graham. Snead had a 69, Fezler 70, Gilbert 71, Graham 72 and Crenshaw 73. Gary Player of South Africa had a 68 and was tied at 143 with Tom Weiskopf, who ink two .EDMONTON (CP) Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Football Conference today announced the signing of two import backs, Ray Jones and Mitchell True. Jones, 26, is a 187 pound defensive back from Southern University and a four-year veteran of the National Football League. He was second round draft choice of the Philadelphia Eagles in 1970 and played with them that year. In 1971 he played with Miami Dolphins and was traded to San Diego Chargers late in the season. True, 23, was signed by Dallas Cowboys as a free agent last year. A 200 pound running back and punter, he set several college records during his four years at the University of the Pacific. He joined the Dallas training camp and was a late cut. Rescue efforts were just not enough FULL PROTECTION INTERNATIONAL OIL FILTER ELEMENTS Time to ctwnrje your oil Irtter dement' Irate! on IH filter (or full protection. Only IH elements have theie features: flenn-impregruned filtering material... re- ntovetabrasnres larger than 39 of mcti. Larger fitter area up 10 12 feet of paper m each element Rugged center cote to mthttand high pressure. See us for lilters, hydraulic fillers, and ait filters Jot all your International equipment. INTEMUTIOIML HARVESTER SALES Hd SERVICE CENTRE JOHANNESBURG (AP) Peter Revson. the daring and debonair bachelor who pre- ferred auto racing fame to the Revlon cosmetics name, died Friday when his UOP Shadow car crashed and burned during practice for the South African Grand Prix. Revson. 35. of New York and Redondo Beach. Calif., was pronounced dead en route to a Johannesburg hospital, some 15 miles from the Kyalami Circuit scene of the March 30 race. Witnesses said Revson was coming out of a turn at more than 110 miles an hour when his car rocketed off the 2'i- tnile circuit, flipped end-over- end and burst into flames. "The car caught fire imme- diately when it crashed." said Graham Hill of Britain, who. with fellow drivers Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil and Eddie Keizan of South Africa, at- tempted to rescue Revson. Officials initially indicated that a faulty steering mecha- nism may have caused the mishap but Hill said after a preliminary inspection that it could have been caused by a faulty front suspension. Revson was the nephew of Charles Revson. founder of the famous cosmetics firm. He often reminded the public that his father. Martin, was in no way connected with the Revlon fortune, but did not deny the fact his family was wealthy in its own right 170-pound sportsman often was the subject of society columns because of his jet-set life-style and the beautiful women in his company. 304 Stafford ItKMW 327-3125 FMitGmw Annual Spring Banquet and Dance Saturday, March 30th Svan Erickaan'a Family Restaurant Banquet 630p.m. Dancing 9 pm to 1 am 15.00 PIT tam Advance Tickets Available al ww NO TICICETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOM "He was about as near a free spirit as you will find in auto racing." said George Follmer. one of Revson's closest friends on the international racing circuit "He wanted to live down the jet-set image that most people tagged him with because of his relationship to the Revlon cosmetics family." He recently was rumored to be engaged to Marjorie Wallace of Indianapolis, who won the Miss World contest only to be stripped of the crown by pageant officials after she filed charges of theft against British soccer star George Best Revson began racing sports- cars as an amateur in Hawaii in I960 and turned professional three years later. In 1971. while he was driving for the McLaren team, he became the first American ever to win the Canadian-American driving title. He made his debut at the In- dianapolis 500 for United States Auto Club championship cars in 1969 and won the pole position two years later with a qualifying speed of 178.696 miles an hour, a track record that since has been eclipsed. He finished that race in second place to Mark Oonohue of Media. Pa., who recently retired. He qualified for the No. 2 spot in 1972 but was out of the race after 23 laps with gear box problems. Last year, he started from the fourth row but spun into the inside wall on the third turn in the rain- shortened, death-plagued race. He escaped the flaming McLaren unhurt, but he lashed out at track officials for failing to send help and for failing to flash the caution lights. BEAR IN TORONTO TORONTO Jack Nicklaus. the Golden Bear of the U.S. professional golf tour, will be in Toronto next Monday at the invitation of the Royal Canadian Golf Association when he is expected to announce his entry in this year's Canadian Open. DOUGBOYEfl AGENCIES LTD. Continues to Serve Southern 9088th St. S. 928-1228 matched par 71. Arnold Palmer went, to 74-147. "I'm playing 10 times better than I was two years ago (when he won this Miller said. "I'm hitting my irons the best I ever have. I must have hit five iron shots that could have gone in the hole today. I'm hitting the ball similar to the way I did in the last round of the U.S. Open. "1 could have had consecutive he added. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL NU MODE HOMES Linda Aspeslet 314 Mel Amatlo 312 Treva Sobuliak 323 Eira Arisman 263. Connie Marshalsay 266. Nellie Conrad 280. Mary Araki 262. Joyce Kreutz 273. Chris Cook 2'57. SUNDOUIST CONSTRUCTION Anne Serbu 305. Pat LeClaire 299 Eloise Ives 248 Marie Smith 255 Marge Koole 259. Pat Plomp 259. Grace VanDyk 261. Shirley McLellan 268. Gloria Hyryck 275 Ruby Oseen 232. Meiba Hocking 232. SR. CITIZENS Tom Smith 240. Leora Ness 230. Ted Haszard 231. C. VanWyk 253, Lambert Olenhoff 231. Clarice Halmrest 265. Stan Fraser 253. Will Ness 249. Anne O'Neil 209. Janet Larson 206. J.C.C.A. Ryo Nagata 286 Kaye Ayukawa 308 Sunao Ayukawa 288 Nish Crtaki 248 Masa Goshinmon 325 Mary Thomas 240, Mas Shigehiro 308 Sumi Medoruma 271 Carol Fujita 326 Marj. Fujita 274. Jiro Miyagawa 285 Shinob Tanaka 272 Gordie Tanaka 289. HENRY HOMES Evelyn More 263. Barry Tollestrup 386 Chester Jokuty 272 Agnes Suni 230, Andy Vrabel 254. Jean Passey 308. Ed Henderson 333 Ken Malcomson 261. Faye Langager 232. Tom Snow 244. LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Cheryl Kruchywich 236. Gerry Mann 256 Lenna Mann 230. Arlene Bartosek 246 Bill Bonhage 248 Keane Aldous 254. Bob Harris 248. Jeanette Dragland 263 Marilyn Kwiczak 231. Lome Bowerman 264. Vic Bawel 257. Mabel McFadden 249 Ross Kleibrink 274. MORNING COFFEE Louise O'Shea 277. Trudy Newinger 251 Marg. Matheson 240, Shari Williams 260. Karen Taylor 258. Dora Blue 236. Sheila Schikowsky 233 Gloria Hyde 244. Mae Popma 236, Arlene Boluk 237. JUNIORS SHOP Alma Tolley 259. Evelyn Coutts 269 Jean Passey 263 Frances Harris 306 Irene Lynde 309, Joan Sudo 281 Janet Koole 251 Donna Jones 273 Jen Hegi 256 Grace Vandyk 297 Eloise Ives 259 Helen Weets 258 SPEEDYS Grace Beard 305 Lila Falkerson 325, Jeanette Smeed 255 Edith Voth 244 Jean Larko 240, Peg Patching 251. Peggy Kirby 240. Irene Chiste 240. Rose Johnson 280 (653. Marg Smith 293 NU MODE HOMES Sylvia Andres 301 Mel Amatto 300 Marg McLaughlin 336 Mary Araki 299 Laverne Schow 270 Joyce Kreutz 280. Valerie Hames 263. Pat Tunstall 257, Emma Gibney 262. Marge Hughes 259, Irene Danggas. 276 Marilyn Hembroff 264. SUNDQUIST CONSTRUCTION Kay Mercer 243. Dorothy Anderson 254 Ruby Oseen 234 Grace Van Dyk 249. Jean Passey Shirley McLellan 240. Mary Morris 230. Eloise Ives 263 Peggy Guzzi 286 Janet Koole 238. Marie Smith 260. SENIOR CITIZENS .Leora Ness 210. Henry Bechthold 250. Clarice Halmrest 209. Tom .Smith 275. Will Ness 240. Jim Freel 249. 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Springfield Boston Baltimore Richmond Jacksonville 39 20 11 281 38 23 10 317 34 28 IP 275 33 27 12 246 ?0 37- 239 21 38 11 216 South Division 39 24 8 290 37 22 12 300 36 24 11 248 21 37 12 231 22 41 10 207 23 42 7 229 A Pts 247 84 259 76 261 74 247 74 255 72 282 68 199 95 263 82 245 71 272 69 308 53 306 46 A Pts 58 110 73 104 69 110 SO 90 40 89 53 87 A PIS 239 89 223 86 252 78 215 78 312 54 274 53 222 86 226 86 220 83 290 54 288 54 318 53 HOCKEY SCORES National Toronto 3 California 2 World Minnesota 5 Los Angeles 2 Houston 4 Winnipeg 2 American Nova Scotia 1 Cincinnati 1 Rochester 4 New Haven 2 Richmond 5 Providence 5 Springfield 11 Jacksonville 7 Hershey 2 Virginia 2 Central Albuquerque 2 Omaha 1 Fort Worth 3 Oklahoma City 2 Tulsa 7 Dallas 2 Western Portland 5 San Diego 0 Denver 8 Seattle 3 International Saginaw 4 Des Moines 4 Port Huron 6 Muskegon 3 Flint 4 Toledo 3 Southern Charlotte 5 Roanoke 3 First game of best-of-seven final Western International Cranbrook 12 Trail 2 Cranbrook wins best-of-seven semi-final 4-3 Western Canada Junior Winnipeg 7 Saskatoon 5 Edmonton 2 Kamloops 1 New Westminster 6 Calgary 0 Regina 6 Flin Ron 5 Manitoba Junior West Kiidonan 4 St. Boniface 0 West Kiidonan wins best-of-seven semi-final 4-0 Saskatchewan Junior Estevan 2 Weyburn 1 Estevan wins best-of-seven semi- final 4-1 British Columbia Junior Langley 6 Bellingham 3 Langley wins best-of-seven semi- final 4-1 Kelowna 8 Penticton 3 Kelowna leads best-of-seven semi- final 3-2 BASKETBALL RESULTS NBA Boston 126 Portland 118 Atlanta 107 Philadelphia 106 Capital 109 Houston 95 Kansas City-Omaha 107 Detroit 105 Los Angeles 99 Chicago 93 Phoenix 126 Buffalo 119 Milwaukee 106 Seattle 101 BASEBALL SCORES Los Angeles 14 New York A 4 New York N 10 Si Louis 0 Atlanta 4 Texas 3 Pittsburgh 5 Kansas City 0 Kansas City 4 Chicago A 2 San Diego 9 Chicago N 6 San Francisco 5 Oakland 4 Milwaukee 6 Cleveland i Montreal at Cincinnati, ppd.. ram. 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