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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Ttiumlay, May 14, 1970 THI inHMIDSJ HWALO 11 May Have To Change Stand On Professionalism Canada May Get In For 1972 Olympics AMSTERDAM ada can get into hockey but she nament unless some tournament In Switzer- CP) Can-1972 Olympic may have to her stand of 71 world tour-ne degree of least that's the word from J. F. Bunny Ahcarne of London, who as president pretty well runs the International Ice Hockey Federation and sets up hockey for the Olympics. Ahearne said arranging for the iffrz hockey in Sapporo, Japan, with the International Olympic Committee her that Canada will "run a grave risk" of not getting in unless she enters an all-amateur team in the next year. The Canadians have always been the big draw in IH1F tournaments, and Ahearne said he is working hard on Canada's behalf to get her back into his Richard Wins Over Cousin If you couldn't be the winner wouldn't you just as soon have your oousin win? That was the case in the final of the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute golf tournament at Henderson Lake Wednesday evening. It was a case of cousin 'versus cousin in the 18-hole match play final as Richard Andreachuk battled Randy Andreachuk for the Southern Stationers trophy. When it was all over it was Richard who carted home the silverware and it was Randy who did the congratulating. Randy actually had the best roimd, edging his cousin 76-77, but in match play it isn't al- ways the low score that deter- mines the victor. In emerging with the spoils Richard pulled off five out- standing shots that turned the tide of battle. On three occa- sions he sunk putts from the fringe of the green.and on two other holes chipped in on his approach, not even using his putter. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andreachuk while Kandy is Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andreachuk's son. Randy advanced to the final by sidelining defending cham- pion Dave. Brown while Richard earned his berth by stopping Gary Hodge. Doug Howes was the first flight winner as he bested Bill Christie in the final while the second flight championship was won by Bart Davies. Davies shipped Randy Dunlop in the inal. Champion in the third flight vas Tun Haufe who beat Greg ioughen in the final. Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands 'ark race results Wednesday: First claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs: Not By Chance (Parsons) 13.00, 5.80, .90; Kim's Delight (Baril) 5.40, 2.VO; Dashing Knight (Stadnyk) 2-40. Time: Fleet Fay, Tara's Flame, Western Blues, Ta De Dove, Soiid Symbol also an. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, 4'A fur- ongs: 117.90, 3J.30,