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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Moy 26, T972 THE IETHBPIDGB HEBAID 11 FACE OF THE LOSER The face of Ron Stander shows several cuts and o closed right eye after his heavyweight title bout with champion Joe Frazier in Omaha, Neb., Thursday, rrazier won on a technical knockout offer the fourth round. (AP Wirephoto) Frazier bailers challenger Slander was game OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Heavy- weight champion Joe Frazier proved Thursday night he de- served the nickname "Butcher" just as much as battered and but bloodied Stander in a bout that will go into the record books as a fifth-round knockout. After an even first round, vanquished challenger Ron! Frazier battered the 27-year-old Stander. I unranked Stander. who was Unbeaten Frazier retained his! dubbed the "Bluffs world title by stopping a game' with a savage body attack and turned his face into a bloody mask. "He was surelv game Race results CALCARY (CP) Victoria Park race results Thursday. FIRST J1.400, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Dyna Flash (Levine) X.50 3.20 5.80, Hill Countess (Norris) 5.30 3.20, Pala- twr Time: 4-5. Gay Grain, Jung Frau, Arnr D'- Amour, Polished Point, Belgrande'i Pride. SECOND claiming, 4 year ofds and up. VP miles, Priddis Dandy (Shields) 1610 6.M Economical Transportalion LEASE! Leasing Is smart business, Frees capital, saves money, provides late -model de- pendable transportation, For your leasing pfan, calf our leasing Manager, Mr. Roy Mclntosh of 328-9271. 3.EO, Bhsl Force (Wiseman) 4.30 2.90, Lillte Beck (Kipling) 3.10. Time: 1-5. Western Parkland Prince, Convention Lea, Peppy Pierre, Solar Record also ran. DIALY DOUBLE: THIRD allowance, 2 year olds. 5 fur- longs. Wiss Malesly (stadnyk) 5.50 3.30 2.90, A Cookie (Whittle) 13 90 9.00, Kyed (Arnold) 3.30. Time: 1-5. POURTH S1.700, claiming, 4 yea miles. Ferment [Levine) 5.10 3.50, Cry. stal Chimes (Norris) 4.90 3.70, Now Iran (Barroby) a.oo. Time: 2-5 Fast Friday. Shy Pirate, Tetra- specd, Sandy's splendour. Tricky Sky also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, T fur- longs. For Rex (Levine) 7.10 3.70 3.10, Tru Summerland (McCauley) 6.10 3.40, Western Fair (Hedne) 4.29. Time: 3-5. Malcolm McNite, Klondike Charm, Eastern Jade, Magic Spree, Winarica EXACTOR: (31.40. S2.0DO, handicap, up- 7 furlongs. Bonnie Br offered Ihe unscarred Frazier after his fourth success- ful title defence. The victory boosted his pro record to 2S1-0, including 2f> knockout victories. Stander, a local favorite from nearby Council Bhiifs, Iowa, c a m o out aggressively and slugged with the champion on even terms in the opening round- Referee Zacli Clayton of Phil- adelphia, who summoned the doctor who stopped the fight, and the two judges called the first round even, but thereafter Frazier's speed told. The champion began to score heavily to the body in the sec- ond round, bloodied Slander in the third and ihen reeled him a slugfest 4 year olds and 3EO, Blue Bonus (NoT The sign of better leasing KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. ond llth Si. S. Phono 328-9271 couple of times in md up, i fourth round. "Those cuts were getting deeper and deeper, there was no doubt about stopping said ring doctor Jack Lewis of Omaha. "There was no objec- tion from the Stander corner." Alterwards Lewis used 17 stitches to close four wounds on Slander's face and the chal- lenger also suffered a broken nose. "I am sorry I let a lot of peo- ple down." said the weeping Stander afterwards. His right eye was puffed shut. STANDEIi'S FIRST KO "I did my best, but Frazier Is the pn-alnst." sairl Slar.rlrr. who now is 23-2-1 in pro career. It was the first time he was stopped by a knockout Frazier. 28, paid high praise who had been Leading Amcriain League clubs suffer setbacks Gibson finally chalks up his first win By TOE ASSOCIATED I'RESS Bob Gibson has won 207 major league games, Marty Pattin 40 and Skip Lockwood 10, but they all have one thing in picked up his first 1972 victory Thursday. "I didn't figure I was going to go all season without said Gibson, 1-5, after scattering seven hits as St. Louis Cardi- nals stopped Pittsburgh Pirates' nine-game winning streak 4-2. Pattin, 1-5, who allowed only four hits, struck out nine and was aided by a triple play in pitching Boston Red Sox over Baltimore Orioles 2-1 said: "That takes the pressure off." Lockwood, H, who hurled a six-hitter and outduelled De- troit's Mickey Lolich as Milwau- kee Brewers blanked the Tigers 2-0, said: "They popped up on good pitches and bad." WIN WITH WILLIE In Thursday 's only other games, New York Mets edged Chicago Cubs 3-2 on Willie Mays' 14lh-inning single, New York Yankees shaded Cleveland Indians 2-0, Minnesota Twins nipped Texas Rangers 6-5 and Kansas City Royals beat Cali- fornia Angels 5-2. Gibson's fast ball was in good form and he struck out 10 Pir- ates, getting Richie Hebner three times although the Pitts- burgh third baseman homered in the sixth. By then, Gibson had a 3-1 lead with Ted Size- more belting his first home run of the season and Lou Brock scoring tire first on Matty Alou's single and in the third on a double play grounder. Pattin fell behind "the Orioles 1-0 in the second inning when Don Baylor cracked his fifth home run. But the Red Sox lied it quickly in the third on Tommy Harper's double and Luis Aparicio's single off Pat Dobson. Aparicio then came around with the winning run on a stolen base, fly ball and Ellie Hendricks' passed ball. A triple play took Pattin out of trouble in the fourth inning. With runners at first and sec- ond, Hendricks lined to first baseman Duane Josephson, who stepped on the bag for the sec- ond out and threw to shortstop Aparicio to nail Terry Crowley trying to get back to second. The Brewers struck suddenly in the fourth inning against Lol- ich, one of two eight-game win- ners in the majors. Mike Fer- raro opened with a double, one of his three hits, and Ellie Rod- riguez slammed his first home run of the season into the upper left field stands at Tiger Stad- ium. "It was a high fastball on the first said Lolich. "He just looked like he was looking for it. "This would have been my 150th victory in the big leagues and I wanted to win it at home. I just pushed too hard. But I can slough off the six walks because they didn't hurt me." The contest was enlivened by a brief scrap in the ninth inning after Milwaukee's Billy Congli- aro bunted and Detroit reliever Phil Meeler ran Into him while making the tag on a close play at first base. Conigliaro was ejected. Mays' c.-iiiir-winninfi two-mil single broke Ihe Mets' two-game losing ntrcak and was Ihe 41- ycir-old star's third decisive hit since returning to New York two weeks ago. Chicago's Bill Hands was slaked lo a two-run lead in the sixth on Carmen Fanzone's dou- i hie. But he developed a blister on his pitching hand and the Mets tied it against Tom Phoe- bus on Duffy Dyer's homer in the eighth and Rusty Staub's double and Cleon Jones' single in the ninth. Fritz Peterson, who last his j first six starts, made it two I triumphs in a row by blanking Cleveland on seven hits as the] lour slralphl In Texas over the Yankees won for the eighth weekend. Richie Sch lime in their last 11 games j Rod Carew squeezed home j Cesar Tovar, who had doubled and moved to third on Danny innbHim doubled home a fir.sl-inning run and scored on Cookie Rojas' sinpla and Paul Schaal homered in the i Thompson's sacrifice, with the third as Ihe Royals downed Ilia winning nm in the seventh in- j Angels behind the six-hit pitch- ning as the Twins edged the ing of Paul Splittorff and Roger Rangers, who had beaten them I Nelson. Selby back to haunt old home truck SAAR brings in Comeback win for NBA UNIONDALE. N.Y (AP) The National Basketball Asso- ciation, sparked by John Havli- cck and Bob Lanier, rallied Southern Alberta Auto Rac- ers plan to liven up the Leth- bridge Exhibition Speedway as they bring in some If) Super- stocks fur Sunday's races. This will be Ihe first time Super-stocks have run on the Lethbridge track and SAAU of- ficials are optimistic that rac- ing fans will receive it enthus- iastically. The Super-stock is a relative- ly new class in Alberta and has left a desirable mark on all racing fans who have watched them in action. The Super-stock car Is an off-shute of the V-8 Sportsman crass which has cars with New leaders in Country Club League Tollestrup's had their best outing in the young Country Club Golf League season as they completely dominated play Thursday night. Tolleslrup's foursome which included Doug Brown, Wes Stefan, Derik Martin and Mor- ley Tanner combined for a 142 score to take the low team net score and first place in the team standings. An eight point sweep gave Tollestrun's 31 points, three bet- ter than Lakeview Texaco and Eatons. Brown also fired a 38 for low gross honors while Martin fin- ished with a 31 for low net honors- COUNTRY CLUB pis Eatons 2a Lakeview Texaco....... 2n CHEC .............V. M Dorigattls..................'.'.'. 55 Swills..... Lllydali-............... Gentlemen 111 Packers Parsons........ Leth. Office Furniture LAKESIDE Flemings CHEC Fraches House of Lettibridge Gcnllemen III Sugar Beeters Parsons Dorioattl A and W................ Jubilee Pahuile .....V. Imperial Lite Walkers Saleways Singers................ Doak becomes a Red Wing NEW YORK (AP) New- York Rangers completed two National Hockey League trans- actions Thursday, sending ex- perienced defenceman Gary Doak to Detroit in one of them. from a 19-point deficit and beat the American Basketball Asso- ciation 106-104 Thursday night 1 QUINELLA: Now Is The Time To Instai! TRACTOR CAB GLASS Clcnr find tinted oloss Freo esfimotci 5LJEL-. 1 Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Ph. 327-1581 to his beaten ft a .10-1 underdog. "His strength surprised said Frazier, who seemed to I at Ihe Nassau Coliseum in the work up only a slight sweat. second All-Star game between "He was a very lough oppo-1 Ihe leagues, ni'iil. I thought he was stronger It was the NBAs second vie- limn George (Clnivaloi or Oscar lory against the ABA. Last year. Ihe NBA won 125-120 at the Houston Astrodome. The burly Ti-foot-ll Lajiicr. winner of the N'BA's One-on-Ono Tournament, led Ihe winner's scoring with 17 points, 11 in the second half. Lamer and Clark each col lecled 15 points. Milwaukee's Oscar Robertson chipped in with 14 points, Cincinnati's di- minutive Nate Archibald had 12 and Chicago's Boh Love scored (Bonaven.i i. A crowd nf turned out for Ihe first lille in Ne- braska's lOfi-ypnr liMory and often urged Stiindi'r nn wilh chants of "Go Big Ron." The gross pate was Frazier iras In receive per cent of the live gale aflcr taxes and Stander 20 per cent. The champion received a guarantee from TVS which tele- cast bout on network. See the new Brogue by Soo the till now rt MII <-i Only at While Shoes by Dnclc'? In Pralrlft Buffalo SHOES 403-Slli SI. S. SEE THE NEW 1972 B.S.A.'s ON DISPLAY NOW! O Thunderbolts 9 Lightnings 9 Rocket 3's AS IOW AS 1545 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Ynur complatA biko In South Albtrln 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Cloied Monday Open Daily 8 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday S a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF 54'i HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU! street bodies and full race t RAAR has already received engines. confirmation on entries from On a quarter mile track Edmonton, Calgary, Kalispell, these cars can reach up to 100 Cranbrook and Lethbridge for rnph while on a three- eighths- i the one-day affair, mile track they'll go as fast as Some we'll known drivers like 120-140 mph. Harold Little from Kalispell, All is ready for Indy 500 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ If anything goes wrong at the Indianapolis 500 mile race Saturday Jo Quinn has to try to make it come out right. As safety director of the In- dianapolis Motor Speedway, he is lord of the manor which once a year turns mad-house when an esti- mated auto racing buffs swarm in for the 500. The 68-year-old official is in charge of rescuing drivers from wrecked machines, drying out drunks, running out girls peddling sex, and creating order out of chaos as thousands of people gather for the U.S. Auto Club classic and the pre-race festivities. Quinn, at the job for 27 years, is assisted by a group of top aids he calls "the dirty dozen." yellow-shirted officers known as the safety- patrol, and a fire emergency unit. Thai's inside the track. Surrounding it tonight and Saturday will be 250 city po- licemen, 300 state troopers, 75 speedway policemen and 100 deputy sheriffs. His chief concern when the rrce starts at 10 a.m. MDT Saturday will be the drivers' safety. On hand will be 18 wreck- ers. 16 ambulances, a fire res- cue squad, a special hydraulic lift to remove wrecked cars quickly from the oval and two helicopters to trans- port any badly-injured driver to a nearby hospital in s hurry. Although he's not a fatalist, he worries about the tremen- dous speeds that may exceed 200 miles an hour on the straightaways. But he won't speculate whether the caution flag will he waved more this year than ever before. j B r i a n Sclby of Cranhrook, j Wayne Vaselcnak cf LctJibridge and Lawrence Vaselenak also of Lethbridge will participate in this cliss. Little is considered to be Uifl j top in Kalispcll white I Selby is an cx-SAAR member i who moved to Cranbrook. I Selby, who is a native of Cardston and reigned as the champion "C'' class driver in Lethbridge for many years, is among the top drivers in the Super-slocks in Spokane, U.S. j today. Selby is making a special trip to his oW home track and is giving up ail chances to tack up points in the Spokane point standings. Spokane will IK holding a two-day event this weekend. Fresh from .sweeping thn events in Edmon- ton and Calory la.4 weekend, i Selby will be out to do the samo thing here Sunday. This won't be Selby's only objective though as soon as hs finds out Let) Vaselenak will be on the track along side cf him. Vaselenak and Selby, who are j good friends off the track seem to he the opposite on the track. I A grudge match could be eventually run-off according to one SAAR official. Other classes wlu'ch will take part in the exciting one day meet be the "C" and jClaimer classes. Time trials are set for 1.30 while the races will begin at p.m. Nobody tells us howtobuiBd an outboard motor! Except you. We've been making oulboards for more than 60 years (a lot longer than anybody else) .And we've always been willing to listen to good ideas from the people who buy our motors. When you told uswhaH pain it was to keep your outboard in peak tune, we developed Firepower CD ignition that practically eliminates ignition tune-ups. When you told us that you didn't see any reason why an outboard had be huge to be powerful, our engineering people came up with loop-charging and piessure pulsg tuning to coax a lot more power from the same engine size. We've developed a whole lino of peak performance outboards, including our new compact 65 and 50 hp. models. Just because WB listen to you. Seethe complete Evinrude lino, 16 models from 2 to 125 lip., at your dealer's now. New Evinrude loop-charged 65. First In Oulboards EVINRUDE our future is Htfingon ft fllimiratod overboard drains on new tvmiudns. All fuet iK recytTM piv.ver, k A product of Outnonrd Marion Coipnration of Canada ltd., Cnnarf.i. Manufacturers ot Evinrudo snowmobiles, OMC Slain Dilvo engines, lawn-Boy power mowers and Pioneer cl Hepp's Industries Ltd. Paris and Service Solo, Phono 327-253.1 Simpsons-Sears Contro Village Mtill lelhbrtdge, Alia. Phone. 328-923) ;