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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IETHUIDGE HERALD Thursday, March It, 1970 Russians Leading Sweden Still In Chase For World Puck Title STOCKHOLM (CP) Sweden Is locking for a over Fin- land tonight to carry it to a fi- nal-game slowdown with the powerful Russians to decide the world hockey championships. Tlic Swedes had Wednesday while a day tire world champion Russians routed Pa- land 11-0 and Czechoslovakia coasted to a 7-3 win over East Germany. The results sians, with two games remain- ing, a tclal of M points awl a commanding CO-9 margin in goals for and against. Sweden and Czechoslovakia have 11 poinls each but the Swedes have a game in hand. If they win that game tonight they are favored to win against faltering will have only last-place Poland to meet before advancing to gave the. is expected to be the d e- UP, UP IN THE AIR'-Czech forward Julius Hoss flies over the back of Sweden's lars-Erick Sjoeberg Tuesday during action in world hockey tournament. The two clubs tied 2-2. Hass was not injured on the play although he was shaken up. Hoop Signings Out Of Hand? Bowling Scores BUFFALO, N.V. (AP) All- America Bob Lanicr of St. Bon- aventure College signed a con- tract Wednesday with Detroit Pistons of Hie National Basket- ball Association. The club said [he centred was worth more than for five years of flay. The signing took place in a hospital room here. His right leg will be in a cast for another four weeks, to aid surgery he underwent [or repair of torn kr.ee ligaments suffered March 15. Lanicr's estimated five-year, no-cut contract will be paid over a 15-year pericd. tiding match of the 35th world hockey championships. Tickets have been sold oat well in advance for that last match, on Monday, March 30, when Sweden plays llussia. The Russians art flying but the Swedes are the only players who have defeated them in the championships this year. BEST REGULARS For the Russians, Wednes- day's game was a warmup for their clash Friday with Czecho- slovakia. The Russians rested three of their regulars but were si ill in a different class from Ihe hard-worktog but ineffective Poles, who have yet lo win a match. Alexander MatLsev, a 21- year-old star Soviet forward, consolidated his lead in the indi- vidual scoring statistics of the tournament by scoring four goals. He now has 12 goals and six assists for a two-point lead over Vaclav Ncdomansky of CLEKDALE BOWL BOWL-A-PRI7E H. C. 313 TsV VflT.I 270, Shsrcn HLjhs 273 FhYl Hsrriscn 2it, KaL-.y Keller 23', Fran- CK W.Jcck 23J, Tur.trli'ge 227. TJSACYS HUM 753. Irtn- Lvrie Glaiis i73, Fran D-jbi-jki VI Xi, Alice KoliCal 232. Lc'jlse FulM 253. Dr-t l.'i'i 232, Bernke Hay IOF Gsry LM 313. Tanaka 310. Tony Bag'jsky JJ3, Randy Sillila 318, Dean Lew 7ro-e 273, Brya.T HI. Mine Smilh IK. Iftil GcsNmtn Orfr 23i. PARK PLAIA Dlaw! Vkli-.i 327 inn. Un Hcrrlna 313, Ar.dericn 253 Ed 323, Ft-, 331, Tosi rran 771, A'ary 247, Rayrr.a Frachs ii7, Cei Bta'j JS1, Rapuano 275. CIVIL SERVICE Wj-ry Fo-sitr lit. Rest Hkc'ay 275. Smykt Jli 3tJ51in3 257, Jur.5 Reg. Fcrs'sr 275, Dick 111. Sn-.yke 323, Brrcls LtHj Ml'.'s 311 Taylof 225. YBC BANTAMS Rodrav 2J3 Cary Gcsh- Tnn-.co 21i, Tom Wklcs 2Ci, K 223, Ptdrinl 177, Pair! IK, Pedrinl 173, Barbara Tci.1 la, Ei-i.is JOTM 1SJ. CIVIL SERVICE Yo Kiihlmura 2iJ, Jtf-n Erk J73 Rtg Fcrster 257. DiA Tuck 271 Rcy Brocks 2il, Ka.'iyn Efavich 213 Mary FuMr Kt, Elalr: 2J3 1H, Jtre Taylor 2i3 (731) CPR tynel 321 E'ahe Sin elalr 2M, Frsd Harding 249, Pt'f Gterz la, Al.ra CK.-g Gse': 2U, Pete Cana.-i 3i9, Joyce Hartl'ng 210 Elslt Brunner 218, toble Ca-aon 22 Yotng 7il. FERNIE a) EASTER Ample Snow Excellent Slopes S100 R. Vcrtleol Open Every Day Mar. 27 to Apr. 6 nom 423-6841 FERNIE, B.C. :APHI BOWL Y8C BANTAMS Jct-.nico 177: Sharwi Fovey 71; W.or.a 155; Pal Lcr-gyEl 24; Pocia 1EO; Gary ;0; Harvle Pocja Tom Pasley Rick 173; David Hender- YBC SENIORS Ken Kvrli 251 Odd-e Linda 217; Carolyn 2C-2; Berni- Pchl 20C; Chtrye Obcrmeyer Til. Undl YOUNS AOULTS Ka'co-T.scn Val Stampeders Sign Two New Players CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampedcrs of the western foot- ball conference today an- nounced the signing of new players, import defensive haif- hack Richard Wagor.cr and r.on import split Douglas Smith. Wagoner, six feel, twr> ir.ches ar.d 205 pour.ds, is from Bowling Green State Univer- sity, lie was oa the Jlinnesota Vikings taxi squad in 1967 then spent years in the United States Armed Forces arid re- turned to Minnesota in 1969, but was cut prior to the season opening. In 1009 he played for Ihe Tri City Apollos in the Continental Football League. Smith, six feet, three-inches and 195 pounds, is a Toronto high school graduate who play- ed for Kent Stale University in Ohio. He was acquired in a trade with Toronto Argonauts of Ihe eastern conference for centre Ron Capham. He was the leading pass receiver al Kent State for the last two i years. Serba !5J; Dfbi Myers 261 Juns Scotl 2i3: Bev Eyans 233 Rca Senda 2cO Darwin 274 Ken LariDfl 3CO Barry Davids 303 Laurie Lfsg- 313 14 W. Her.n BOWL A PRIZE X! llppel 337 IMl! Earl flrrr.cui Ren Senda 7i3 TIcrm 5SS (7JSI; Kathy Ll-dvdg 313 F'rancis Harris O.s-aski 247 J2n Svensen 262. Bill 302 JcC.n Erlik. se.n 325 G-s Sch.-.artz 319; Talc Kra'jss 7S2 Brad Kalakaml 279 JS1; Warg S'arko V.ilms Valer 27S; Ccr.raJ Arnc'd 25i; Wars 27i; Ken 301 i HONCHO 90cc 5 SPEEDS 11 II.P. THE GOER FOR 70 IN 7HE CLASS. Wjrg Smilh 75': Jtai 4i; il; Elaire Brov.n Sandy Cara V.'vrestcK At2 Er.ns 753. Yamada Bill 335 ha-.scn 21-3; Dcug 325 6331; Jiro 353 (1621; iarr-r 231; Ji-n Tcmlyama 31J; t.'tiE cprra ?jl; Bea Hanscri Frant Wat-ah 2i7 (7031; Peggy 73? Btlly Tailsr Gladys Tunb-tee J2I: Beard J37; Vary O.-ofry- chuk 215; Loreen Kin 213. Our ERNIE KNOWS MOTORS Call Us Today! ERNIE ROSVOID We Specialize in Tune-Ups CARBURETOR AND IGNITION AIL WORK GUARANTEED! TEXACO CAR CARE Another icaion why you irioul call in at i l Rancho Texuco Service 6lh Ave. tin J Mayor Magrolh Drive Soulh PHONE 327-5406 I Minor {Hockey Tr.o Seals spoiled tlic archs a early 1-0 lead and then bounced back (or a 2-1 victory last night. Sid Collier arid Cam Mao Lcrman had a goal apiece [or the winners wliile Dave Kos- koiM replied for the Monarchs. lonight's action he will win about nuit college in ccmber and joined the profes- sional rodeo lour in January. In 10 weeks he lias earned J. C. Bonine ol Hysham, Mont., still leads in saddlc- hrcnc riding with 77 points and Larry Mahan of Brooks, Ore., the. hull riding section with 69 points. Dean Oliver of Boise. Idaho, remains lop man in calf roping with a lime of seconds, clocked Monday night. Kenny McLean of Okanagan Falls, B.C., moved to the front in the second round cf steer wTCilh'og Wednesday with a time of seconds. Arnold Lelh of Taber, Alia., holds sec- ond spot with seconds. Sealllc OiiL Can Move Sb'A'FfLt; (AP) The Am- erican League was lold by a federal bankruplcy referee Wednesday it could go ahead ar.rj accept Milwaukee as a member, but not to change the icllcring on the uniform from Seattle Pilots to Milwaukee Braves for a few days. a King County Supe- rior Court suit In- Washington state, Seatlle and laywer AHred J. Schwcppc in wiiich they sought a temporary injuwtion again.st sale or transfer cf Seat- tle Pilots. lava flic American league Ihe go ahead lo act en Milwau- kee's application for member- ship but said transfer of the franchise from Seattle would be "effective only if approved by this court." The federal injunction will re- p e r-s t a r Spencer llaywood, leading scorer and rebounder in the American Basketball As- sociation, has signed a new con- tract with the Denver Rockets for spanning six years. very happy, very Hayw'ccd, who won't be 21 until April 22, said at a news conference called by J, S. "Bill" R i s g s b y, owner and chairman of the board of the Rockets, Wednesday night to announce Ihe signing. The contract is believed lo ex- ceed that tendered any profes- sional alhlete in the United Slates. At Memphis, Tennessee, Tennessee's hard driving Bobby suddenly the object of an American Basketball Associa- tion controversy', says he might be willing to play for Dallas, but only for more money. The controversy over Croft erupted when the Kentucky Colonels announced that had signed him. they The Dallas Chaparrals liad drafted Croft, and immediately charged that I bey had first claim on him. League officials have conciiired. Croft, from Hamilton, said Wednesday that he had lold Dallas officials that he wanted either lo play al Louisville, Ky., or lo join Ihe National Basket' ball Association. He said Dallas spokesmen had toM him, 'Veil, if we can't change your mind, all right." He said Ixmisville officials had been Riven permission to talk with him by Dallas, and so he signed willi them. Stampeders Force Filial EDMONTON (CP) Despite two late third period goals, Cal- gary Stampeders hung on to de- feat Edmonton Monarchs 4-2 and force a deciding game in their best of seven Alberta Hockey League final series. The seventh game will be played in Calgary Friday after- noon. Winner of the series will meet Spokane J els of the West- ern Inter national Hockey League in a bcsl-of-seven series starting Saturday and Sunday in the home town of Lbe Alberta winner. Ted Dcmchuk and Jim Kry- way gave Calgary a 24 lead after the first period and Carl Forsler and Dave Haley made t -1-0 going into the final 20 minulcs. Gsry Simmons losl liis shut- out bid al cf the third pe- riod when Bryan Bennett scored ror Edmonton. Dale Conrad add- ed UK other Edmonton goal at Calgary look three of seven minor penalties and oulshot Ed- monton 35-23. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.i (AP) Jim Fanning, general manager of Montreal Expos, confirmed Wednesday a report that Buffalo of the International League could move to Knox- vill, Terni., because of a lack of a stadium in Buffalo. But Fanning said Montreal has not given up on Buffalo as its farm club in the Interna- tional League. Farming noted that Montreal merely has a working agree- ment with Buffalo and as rf now the Expos are continuing to assign players to Buffalo and are acting as if the Bisons will not move. LACKAWASNA, K.Y. (AP) homeless Buffalo Bisons of baseball's International League received a third and final "no" Wednesday from the city of on their re- quest to play in the Buffalo suburb. i Sigus Roger Anderson EDMONTON' (CP) Roger Anderson, 27, a six year veteran of the National Canadian Football Leagues has been signed by Edmonton Eskimos. The club said loday the 263- pound, cix-fool-fivo tackle vil I try out as an offensive tackle ANDY main in force until Mor.day when Volir.n will determine whether lo approve the sale of Ihe Pilots lo Milwaukee (or under provisions of the Bankruptcy Act. WRESTLING EXHIBITION PAVILION INTERNATIONA! TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH CHRISTY BROS, vs ANGELO MOSCA AND WAYNE COLEMAN GIL HAYES vj BOB IUECK GOR1LIA MARCONI GORDON 1VEY Ruhl vs Quinlero Kroffot vi Johmlon ADMISSION 52, SI.50 Box Office oponi 7 p.m. STAMPEDE WRESTUNG Sofurdoy odernoon and Monday nighl on CJLH.TV Chunnl 7 WAS COIN1 T GIVE THE TRAbIN1 STAMPST WE WTHER ELRICH LTD, SPORT SCORES ATI DUAL LEAGUE rn Dfvlsbn W L T F A PI 23 16 S3 4) ?l a 2Jo Ul 93 37 E7 37 I? 13 719 17ft ,57 3S 21 IS 233 U5 SS s? 17 JI5JM 70 Western DivfiTan Lc-jh tlsburch Ma. kland fa geles RS EAD r, Bcs iposifo. Bos 'ki'a, CM NY erenson, St. L..... :yk, BM......... 'er.c, Hf....... en. NY cKtniie, Bel..... ESTERK LEAGUE W orlla-d" Diego 25 10 231 U3 2J 3S IT U9 223 5? 17 :0 U 153 3U S3 31 35 13 15S 53 0 A Pfs Pirn 30 7? 10? 121 3? 51 55 c? E4 in 26 il 75 32 23 41 72 1 33 37 70 31 3i 67 13 2? 3 67 11 20 35 M 9S 23 J3 102 L T F A Pll 15 7 316 7M ?7 27 7 22? tl OCKEY SCORES orcn'fl 3 Montreal 5 3 New Ytxk l hi'adelphla 2 OaMa-.d 3 0 Plllsburgh 1 Anerkan fovjdence 1 rjallimcre 2 land 2 Hersney 2 Western all 3 Phce.-k 9 ancouver 1 Porlland 9 233 217 t[ 27 31 7 221 213 61 75 31 11 237 2O 71 35 7 213 51 II '0 UliS 311 Ce.itral mal-a 1 Fwt v.'crth 1 Firil of besl-ol-scien se.TU-rbal tlsa 2 Ic-.a I i'irsl cl best-tl-seven seml-'lr.sl Inlernaljonal D5s Moires 4 Toledo 2 First cf UsI-cf-live se.T.i-Flnal Eastern reensbcro 1 Charlo'le sen-i-linal lied M Tojrrarr.erl USSR II Poland 0 Crechcsloirak'a 7 East Germany Alberta Senior Calgary 4 fcdir.o-.'on 1 -sror-seven fral tied II EXHIBITION Ho.1 1 Kansas Cllf 0 SES cily B, rah SI. Lou's, Lcs Angeles PiMsb'jrgb, Sostcn rai.1 Kin (HI, Cincinnati ral.i Hew York Ch'cagj (Al) ra'n 5 1 Ballimo'9 12 San Francisco 2 Lctia Crlfiol I ft OSdta, Japai Nar.Sai San I >l Chicago Uf) StaH'e 4 Cisvcrantf i Oakiartf 3 Dieqo Celifoinla 1 BASKETBALL MBA Phl'adeloh'a 115 US Fifst gams, cn quarter-final 111 Affanla 12? First qjsrler-fl- ral Lw Anqo'cl e( bcsl-of-sevcn First nsl ABA Caroli-S 12T Indiana 107 Piltsb-jiah 119 Kenfi-rty 137 Lu Ar.geles 1 FARM SPECIAL! 7.50x18-4 PLY FIRST LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES SINGLE ;