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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 IITHMID6 HMAID Wl Americans pushed into last place Russians meet Swedes in key battle FOR FANCY FOOTWORK Former middleweight chomp Rocky ad mires high boots worn by heavyweight champion Joe Frazier Thursday during a press conference held in New Fraziers appearance at the conference helped to quiet rumors he was either dead or in serious Apperas at press conference Joe Frazier is alright Sweden was responsible for Russias only loss in the 1970 and finished sec Canada withdrew from inter national hockey competition a year ago to protest an Interna tional Ice Hockey Federation decision not to allow the use of professionals in world Reds blast Dodgers 105 BERN Switzerland CPi lonship ends April 3 somebody j In a The Soviet aiming for its else will give the Russians a Canada nth straight world hockey takes on Sweden iday in a key battle of un leaten teams in this years Both the Souet Union and Veden have records of three ctories and one tie going into odavs game hut the Soviet Un ieads the standings in the ji t e a m double roundrobin urnament with a better record goals for and The Russians have scored 32 oals and given up The wedes have an 1810 goals for1 gainst j In todays other third1 lace Finland plays fourthplace Alter todays the teams move to Ge neva for the second phase of the ournament which ends April In Thursdays only Vest Germany clobbered the United States 72 to take over fifth The is The Soviets are the favorites m todays game but this years ournament has had some sur most notably the opening game when the upset higli yrated Czechoslovakia In todays first Czecho slovakia swamped Finland 50 to move into third place in the s t a n d i n g The Czechs had started the tournament disas trously by losing to the United States and but have come on fast since Using superior firepower against the who were no the Czech squad climbed into a tei wtih the oslovakia and The not have qualified in the regular U1U uwtMtii matches would have at this years champi ted a proposal lave enabled it to in two one in Europe and the other in Canada then would have Bunny president of the International Ice Hockey to the world commented after president of in the B Canadian decision Thurs ateur Hockey Asned down a comme which would Canada to include in a special series nst A Canadian allamateur team would also have been allowed to take part in next years Winter Olvrapics in spite the fact that Canada I thought we had a solution for getting Canadians back into the family but the Canadians have turned it down and were back to double ames involved were decided by one run and three of them ended in 21 scores Finns at five But the Czechs have a much better record in goals for and against A couple of minor surprises occurred Wednesday when the Czechs held the Russians to 33 tie and Sweden managet only a 11 tie with The Swedes can still upse the commented team manager Hal Trumble And maybe before the champ NEW YORK AP had Frazier to serious condition weight champion Joe Frazier walked into someone elses news conference Thursday night said It gives me a great pleasure to be here after my who has been in a Phuaddplia hospital for 10 referred to rumors which at news conference called to announce a fightofthemonth telecast will be launched April 34 with a title fight between Ray Anderson and lightheavyweight champion Bob Foster in he drove Ander Fla Frazier sak Bowling scores son from New York Philadelphia and that ISlllCS IO nnri ftArT tHp Clubs show seasonal form By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pinchhitter Hal King hit a tworun homer in the ninth in The start of the major league baseball season April 5 is not ar off and a dozen clubs howed Thursday they are get ting in The six exhibition Earl Williams also homered for the Braves and Joe Foy and Ed Stroud each hit thenthird of the spring for the Jomlsoni recently ne or lack o showed a lot In Cincinnati Reds Of it as he bolted home with the n O as e oe belted Los Angeles Dodgers 105 mnmng score for California i j J 18 hits and Cleveland Indi ans got 20 hits in dispatching Milwaukee Brewers In other San Diego Padres edged San Francisco Giants Chicago White Sox nipped Minnesota Twins Philadelphia Phillies clipped Houston Astros Pittsburgh Pirates defeated Detroit Tigers Atlanta Braves downed Washington Senators Cali fornia Angels took Oakland Ath letes Boston Red Sox beat Louis Cardinals 62 and New York Yankees topped New York Mets Tommy Helms and Woody lie comes and goes from the hospital as he i Im in the hospital to j IHJ31 said If I go 1 1 get calls and fi ASSOCIATED PRESS The champion said he will be released officially from the hos pital Saturday and added that his blood pressure is Frazier scheduled to re turn to the hospital Thursday the Frazier BOWL BOISE CASCADE Waddell 300 Judy W5 6471 Fred Kiever Gerry Blslon 527 Rick Wyatt 298 Sandy Cready 259 Francis Uarsele Paul Glnsley Bill Gebdy 231 Cyril tfm 237 SENIOR CITIZENS H C Brown 252 Jim Stacey Henry Brown Bill Riley Fred Beard Fred Woodman Andy 194 Betty Murtland Sid Jones Irene Seaman 127 Hsnry CIVIL SERVICE Tony Bogusky 293 753 Ken Swar 268 718 John Erickson 296 7681 Lew Mills 273 George Epp 258 Hleuke 253 Willie sieqel Harry Garrick 276 Blair Hunt Lena Moore 244 Edna fodd 266 Tom Archbold DOUGS Sally Troru 240 Bev Spencs 274 Irene Lynde 239 Vera Jean passey 233 227 Judy Har 1 0 Rnhm Wherldon 277 747 smith 774 Sandy Scattergocd 250 Casey Vanveen 244 Mary Ann RoDtnscn 293 Ron Kaiakof 273 lim Petruma its Tanala Tony Boousky Leona Pdnni 234 BKkmln Jcnn Vandenburq Cnuc Ober 737 Nicholls 283 Alice KollOas nack 233 M Oliver B Fabbie Sandra McCrady 241 Sandy Scat lergood M rAihalik BANTAM Carol Caltioun 215 Cindy Prd rni 216 Ken Nagy 219 David Welis 203 Brent Ander son 207 Anderson 231 Doug Voqt 226 David Wilks Debbie Urban Shar lene Brooks 177 Brian Jackson 222 Tom Morrison 210 330 Y JUNIOR AND SENIOR David Urban 2S3 Kelly Vay kovick 213 Rod Barnett 253 Kelie Pedrni 206 Debbie Calhoun 200 Adella Besseling 199 Brooke Culley 210 Wendy Sera 193 Jonn Barradough Clayton Woo Barry Niedermier Irene Soiekely 187 SOCIAL Doug Pcdrsen 243 r Amon 237 Bob Sindar 250 6 P Gael 22 US 133 Jamie Johnston 1 Boh Ander son 239 I 223 107 T OspcVi 225 405 Dan DubmsVi 213 Orty Ccrnoy 341 Doug Young 131 5741 Moores Esso Service 3rd and Mayor Magrath Drive DRIVE IN HERE FOR TOP AUTO GET THE BEST FOR YOUR SEE YOU SOON WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY night got a pass from the hospital to go to New York to see his musi I cal group Frazier received the OK for the 90mile trip after his James said the champion is recovering from athletes kidney who is the star of a musical group known as The wont Hell just He is scheduled to return to the hospital for final tests before being discharged Giufrre said the ailment is brought on by a combination of physical and psychological pressure which in turn affects the blood Dr Giuffre has been treating Frazier since March seven 1 days after he outpointed Mu i hammad Ah in li rounds in 1 Madison Square The doctor said athletes Kid i ncy is not uncommon among i basketball I boxers and runners Dr Giuffre said Ivazici i condition was not connected with his fight against All He explained that athletes kidney can develop from forced and straining back Dick Barnett brought New York alive with a scoring burst in the final quarter that earned the Knickerbockers from behind to a 112101 victory over Atlanta Hawks Thursday in their Na tional Basketball Association playoff It was the only NBA game scheduled After Atlanta had taken its jiggest lead at New Barnett started the Knicks back with a After Dave Stall worth added a free Bar nett scored five more points to complete a run of eight in a row for a 9190 The veteran guaid I hen W New Yorks next six giv ing him 11 straight before Bil BradJeys basket with to play put New York ahead who hit 17 points in the final period and 20 for the scored one more baske as the Knicks rattled off an other streak of seven points for a decisive 10497 spread Bradley led the Knicks with 25 points and Willis Reed had Pete had lo1 At lanta and Lou Hudson Woodward slammed home runs for Cincinnati as the Reds got 13 luts and seven runs off Los Angeles pitcher Bill Lee May and Bemie Carbo each got three Richie Allen of the Dodgers also got a the He was injured before the game when he ran into a palm tree while chasing fly The j earn doctor reported Allen had a mild concussion and some se vere He is expected to be out of action a LEON HITS FOUR Eddie Leon got four in cluding a home run and a dou ble Hay Fosse homered and ed Ford and Buddy Bradford got three hits with two doubles in the Cleveland victory over Ed playing for the irst time since ending his hold out six days blasted a when Oakland second baseman John Donaldson dropped a relay from the Jim Fregosi homered for the Angels while Reggie Rick Monday and Gene Tenace hit home runs for the Boston jumped on Louis pitcher Jerry Reuss for five runs in the eighth The big hit for Boston was a bases loaded single by Rico George Scott homered for the Red Mel Stotttemyre and Stan x Bahnsen of the Yankees held the Mets to four The Yanks scored twice in the first and in he fifth off Jerry who became the first Met tion out six oays home run in the 10th inning for San Diegos Walt Rick Rei chardt and Bill Melton strung vork seven innings hi an exhibi WSTDRBANCE AT THE ROSE AN1 HEl ANDYS WTf NAME IN THC WON6ERIf feS SEEN I AllIndian hoop tourney Fomteen teams will see ac tion as the Lethbridge Friend ship Centre and the Indian Ath etic Society of Lelhbridge will sponsor its first annual allIn dian basketball tournament Ms Eight mens teams and six womens teams will take part in the twoday affair with action starting The eight teams in the mens division will come from Brock Blackfoo Black and G a 1 s teams participatta ill include the Siksika Maid ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL tEAGUB Eiit Division W L T F A PIS Boston New YorK Toronto Buffalo Detroit Vancouver Chicago St Louis Minnesota Pittsburgh HEADQUARTERS FOR IMPERIAL OR PRODUCTS STEREO TAPES PROPANE ATIAS PRODUCTS LIVE BAIT MOORES ESSO SERVICE Cottier 3rd Avenue ond Mayor Magralh Drive Phone 3271046 from to 5 licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru The bestofseven quarter fi nal series resumes Saturday night m Madison Square Grdcn before moving to Atlanta for the next two game In tonights NBA Balti more Bullets meet the 76ers at Philadelphia and Los Antjeles Lakers tangle with the Bulls at Los Angeles and Phila cndmg muscles around the The condition was not connected with the fight because there delphia hold 10 records in the ere no hodj Wows In the kid beslofscven quarterfinal v ici s ingles together in the 10th Blood Tribal Administra ning for Chicagos slim Mary over and Woody Fryman pitched starts tonight at six innings for He go he victory when Terry Harmon doubled and Willie Montanez tripled in the eighth off two more games following in the Civic Centre and will continue Saturday morning at the Lethbridge Collegi George Gene Clines triple drove championship game for two runs in the sixth for Womens section will run Pittsburgh margin of A Oliver homered for the at 3 Saturday while the mens final is on tap or 7 other Short HEAD GOLF TEAM Committee OTTAWA CPI The said dian Ladies Golf Union sources said this was con up three davs of in a new text for Rule Thursday by announcing the team for Ihe Commonwealth matches in New Zealand and a series of tournament Gayle Moore of amateur sent for postal ballot to 74 IOC following a committee meeting at earlier this reigning Canadian and Marlene Steit of SIGN TWO Ont many times CP Mont head the team of Aloucttes of the Eastern players and three Conference today an the signing of Bobby Thompson and Tony Proud for the 1971 season Los Angeles California 1HL LEADERS 54 12 7 191 115 I 45 17 11 239 1M 101 39 21 13 268 198 91 36 31 7 J39197 79 21 39 13 198278 55 21 42 10 202 2B6 52 21 U 7 204 277 49 Weil Division 47 17 9 2i5 173 103 30 25 17 199 192 77 23 30 185210 72 U 32 15 67 21 34 IB 209 223 60 23 38 12 221 285 58 19 49 S 179 2B7 43 Junior Lethbridgft 5 Red Deer 4 31 Deer bestofssvcn final British Columbia Junior Kamloops 5 Vernon 1 Kamloops leadl best ven quarterfinal 20 PRO BASKETBALL NBA ew York 112 Atlanta 101 First of bestofseven queristfinal ABA Florldians 12B Virginia 105 Carolina 128 Pittsburgh 121 Utah 138 Texas 152 Indiana 129 Denver 110 Esposito Bw Bos Bos Bos R Chi Tor Tor BoS MM O A Pit Pirn a It 141 71 37 96 133 87 50 60 110 4 42 59 101 109 U 51 33 J8 81 24 37 37 74 4 30 44 74 112 30 54 74 96 1 a 71 38 AMERICAN LEAGUE Eaitern Division W L T F A Pll 27 29 12 209 226 25 29 12 230 246 6 JpringWd i 27 32 8224262 6 Quebec 23 29 15 195 222 61 Westirn Division Baltlmors 37 18 8538197 62 Cleveland 34 25 7 241 185 7 Hershey 28 23 10219 194 6 Rochester 22 32 10 194 218 5 HOCKEY SCORES National Los Angeles 5 Toronto 3 Detroit 4 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16 3 70 18 41 0 SO 4 16 7 49 79 1 8 d4 41 37 4 fO 41 3 59 19 42 8 49 45 39 9 48 41 3S 8 47 34 33 MILE WRITTEN GUARANTEE SOUTHERN AlBiRTA BOXING ELIMINATIONS MARCH 27th Starting p Finals at TABER CIVIC CENTRE AUDITORIUM OVER 80 BOXERS IN ATTENDANCEAU CLASSES AdmissionRush Ringside TO used for amtand of pulihcitv in j NIAGARA Ont fCPi their persona capacity for fin Nearly 70 students finished ancial cam mil not be consia 121hour basketball game Thursday night that raised about for cancer re dered as amateurs eligible for the Olympic games under a new proposed International Olympic LAST CHANCE Registration lETHBRIDGE MINOR BASEBALL Civic Centre Bexincj Room March 27th 9 to 4 REGISTER AND PAY MINOR AND tITTlE LEAGUE SENIOR tITTlE LEAGUE BIG LEAGUE A Patent MUST Accompany Player ALSO RETURN ANY UNIFORMS YOU MAY HAVE AT SUPREME 150 TIRES Full 4 ply Polyester Cord or 3395 izes piiced ELRICH TIRE Olhei siics piiced somporably COMPLETE TIRE SALES 40 lit South 3274886 ;