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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SO - THIIITHMIDOE HERALD - Wednesday, March 31, 1971 Poll of writers, broadcasters votes to stay on sidelines Canada should stand by decision to withdraw By BRUCE LEVETT Canadian Press Sports Editor For the first time since Canada pulled out of international hockey 15 months ago, there are signs she is negotiating for a return. However, the men who write bout and broadcast hockey in Canada feel she should remain on the sidelines until European opponents decide she may ice a competitive team. The vote mas conducted by The Canadian Press among sportswriters and broadcasters across Canada just prior to reports that Canada was seeking an open tournament-a suggestion that was rejected-against Sweden, Russia and Czechoslovakia. Twenty-nine writers and broadcasters said Canada should return to International competition on all levels immediately; 112 voted for the country to stand by the decision to withdraw. Nearly all, however, said the ban on international competition should not apply below the level of the world championships-in other words, that university-and minor-level exchanges should be reinstated. Canada was to have played host to the 1970 world amateur championships, splitting the games between Winnipeg and Montreal. Two months before the tournament was to have been held, the five countries which, with Canada,, formed the tournament's A group, reversed their decision to allow the Canadian team to play with nine professionals. The confrontation came in Geneva at a meeting between Canada, president Bunny Aheame of London, head of the International Ice Hockey Federtion, and the other five countries- INTERFERED WITH CATCH - Chicago White Sox catcher Ed Herrmann runs in an effort to catch a foul off the bat Pittsburgh Pirates' Al Oliver, in background, Tuesday. Although Herrmann was unable to hold unto the ball the umpire ruled Oliver had Interfered and Oliver was called out. Sports of all sorts DIVISION CHAMPS BALTIMORE, Mo. (P) -Baltimore Clippers, exploding for five first-period goals, clinched the first division title in their nine-year history Tuesday by routing Rochester Americans 7-3 in the only American Hockey League game scheduled. ? ? ? STILL A CHANCE OTTAWA (CP) - Officials of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association say there is still a chance that a play-off between the winner of the eastern Canada Richardson Trophy and the top Western Canadian team will take place. FAILS HIS TEST LONDON (AP) - Chris Rothwell, 35, the crack international auto rally driver who has twice won the grueling East African Safari Classic, has failed to pass his British driving test. NAME DONLEVY EDMONTON (CP) - Jim Donlevy, a former assistant coach, was named head coach of University of Alberta Golden Bears of the Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletic Association Football Conference today. Donlevy, an assistant for six years, succeeds Harvey Scott who resigned last week after he was appointed to the faculty of physical education. BUYRITE'S Pre-Easter Repeated by Popular Demand 3 More Days Only April 1st, 2nd, 3rd 68 MEN1 SUITS Fine All-Wool English Worsteds. Sizes 36 to 46. Regular-Short-Tall-Stout models. Regular 69.50 to 89.50 CLEARING AT % Price ALL ALTERATIONS EXTRA CAULFIELD DRESSING GOWNS Regular 19.00. Washable. Plaids in at-sorted colors. QR Sizes S-M-L-XL. OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL UYRITE 318 5TH STREET S. MEN'S WEAR PHONE 327-4210 Lee May hurt in collision By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Another dent has developed in Cincinnati's Big Red Machine. This.one is named Lee May. The slugging first baseman suffered damaged knee ligaments in a collision with New York's Tim Foli during Tuesday night's 6-3 exhibition victory over the Mets. May was leaping for a throw from shortstop Frank Duffy when he collided with Foli, who had hit the ball. The big first baseman was carried off on a stretcher and Dr. George Bal-lou, the Reds' physician, ordered him returned to Cincinnati for treatment. May joins pitchers Jim Mer-ritt and Wayne Simpson, centre fielder Bobby Tolan and shortstop Dave Concepcion on the sidelines. The Reds combed lefty Jerry Koosman for all their runs in hii seven innings, including Ber-nde Carbo's two-run double. New York Yankees' ace Old-timers Elks meet this evening Minor hockey and the fans will be the real winners tonight at the Civic Centre at eight o'clock whsn the Lethbridge Old-timers and midget Elks tangle in an exhibition encounter. The Old-timers, made up of former Lethbridge Maple Leafs and others, will take their skates out of mothballs for their annual trip down memory lane. Heading the list of Old-timers will be Don McLean, Bill Gibson, Hec Negrello, Dick Gray, Les Col will, Howie Ya-nosik, George Rodzinyak, Carl Sorokoski and many others. The game will be a fun-filled hour's entertainment as old meets young. Elks recently played in the Alberta midget final and during the course of the year played in the Southern Alberta Juvenile League and are champing at the bit to upset the more experienced Old-timers. Those playing for the Old-timers are asked to meet at the Civic Sports Centre to dress for the game. Buffalo still has NFL team BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills, who had threatened to move their National Football League franchise from this city if they did net get a new stadium, made it official Tuesday: They will play here this year. "This lease renewal is for the 1971 football season." IExportS REGULAR AND KINGS pitcher, Mel Sbottlemyre, was breezing along on a two-hitter and a 6-0 lead through six innings.. Then the wind and Washington Senators did him in. The Nats clipped Stottlemyre and Ron Klimkowski tor eight runs in th� W L T W A 27 29 14 213 230 27 29 , 27 34 . 23 31 West , 39 20 , 34 26 , 29 30 . 23 33 13 243 253  230 271 16 203 235 t 256 211 7 251 195 10 228 207 11 210 232 W L 44 17 T P A PIS. 7 283 202 95 33 26 11 244 216 77 33 26 9 255 228 75 24 29 15 224 234 63 9 210 243 61 5 213 306 41 26 33 18 46 Portland .... San Diego . . Phoenix ... . Denver ... . Seattle..... Salt Lake City HOCKEY SCORES National Vancouver 2 Minnesota 1 St. Louis 4 Los Angeles 3 American Baltimore 7 Rochester 3 international Des Moines 4 Fort Wayne 2 Des Moines leads best - ot - seven quarter-final 3-1 Alberta Senior Calgary 10 Edmonton 1 ..... 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