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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 56, 1977 THE IETHBPIDGE HERALD 11 Bob Gibson tins won 207 nnjor league games, Marly 'allin 10 and Skip Lockwocxl 10, ul they all liavc one tiling in FACE OF THE LOSER The face of Ron Slander ihcws several cuts and a closed right eye after his heavyweight title bout wilh champion Joe Frazier in Omaha, Neb Thursday Frazier won on a technical knockout after the fourth round- (AP Wirepholo) Frazier bailers cliallenger Slander was game OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Heavy- weight champion Joe Frazier roved Thursday night he de- but bloodied Slander In a boul that will go Into Ihe record books as a fifth-round knockout. an ewn M vanquished challenger R o n Frazicr battered Lhe 27-year-old Slander. unrankcd Slander, who was Unbeaten Frazier retained his! dubbed Hie L'Bluffs world title by stopping a gaiueJirilh a savage body attack and Race results CALGARY (CP) Vldcrla Park race rcsulls Thursday. FIRST i claiming, 3 year o'da, 7 fur- longs. Dynn Flash (Levlne) 1.20 1.80, Hill (Morris) J-30 320, Pals- bar Time: 4-5. Gay Grain, June] Prey, ArnT D'- Amour, Polished Point, BHgrimde'i Pride. SECOND claiming, 4 year old! and up, 1> nmes, Pridclis Dandy (Shi'lrii) U10 6 60 Economical [.easing fi imarl business. Frees capital, saves money, provides lolo -model de- pen da big fransporralion. For your leasing plan, call our leasing Manager, Mr, Roy Mclntosh of 378-927I. 3 BO BM Force (Wiseman) X.30 2.70, Llllle Beck (Kipling) 3.10. Time: 15. Weilern Parkland Prmcf, Convention Lea. Peppy Pierre, Solar Record nlso ran. DIALY DOUBLE: lia.tO. THIRD SI, 500, allowance, 5 year olds. J fur- longs. Miss walesly (Siadnyk) 5.50 3.30 3.50, A Cookie (WhiMIe) 13 90 9.00, Kyed (Arnold) 3.30. Time: 1-5. FOURTH S1.700, claiming, X year olds and Up, 'Ferment (Levins) 9GO i.lQ 3.50, Cry. e'ol Chimes (Norris) -4.JQ 3.70, Now Iran (Barroby) Super- stocks for Sunday's races. This will be Hie first time Super-slocks have run on (lie Lelhbridge track and SAAR of- icials are oplimislLc thai rac- ng fans will receive it cnUius- aslically. The Super-slock is a rclative- y new class in Alherla and has eft a desirable mark on all racing fans who have watched .hem in aclion. The Super-stock car is an otf-shute of the V-8 Sportsman class which has cars street bodies and lull race' 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 Lcthbridge for mph wlule on a three- eighths- I he one-day affair, mile track they'll go as fast as Some well known drivers like 120-140 mph. Harold Little from Kalispell, Comeback win for NBA UMOXDALE. NY (AP) Thn National Basketball Asso- cinLJon, sparked by John Havli- cck nnd Boli Lanicr, rallied from a IB-point deficit and beat Ihe American Basketball Asso- j cialiou Thursday night f nt the Nassau Coliseum in llie second All-Star panic between j I hi1. Ica.'Mirs It was (lie NBA's vie- I lory against the AHA. Last i year, (lie NBA won 123-120 at Lhe Houston Astrodome. The burly fi-fool-ll Lanicr, i winner the TVBA'.s One-nn-Ono Tonniamenl, Icvl Ihe winner's scoring with 17 points, 11 in the second half. Lanier and Clark each col- lected 15 points. Milwaukee's Oscar Robertson chipped in with 14 points, Cincinnati's di- minutive Nate Archibald bad 12 Chicago's Rob Love scored in. New leaders in Country j Club League TolJestrup's had their best ouLLng in the young Country b Golf League season as they completely dominated play Thursday night. TolIesLrup's foursome which included Doug Brown, e s Stefan, Derifc Martin and Mor- Icy 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 Tolleslrup's 31 points, three bet- ter than Texaco and Eatons. Brown also fired n 3B for low I'oss honors while Martin fin- ished with a 31 for low net honors COUNTRY CLUB pj Tolleslrup'l ............3 Lakeview CHEC Doriqaltls............ Benys................ Swifts Lllydalf- Gentlemen III Packers Parsons Leih Furnilure LAKESIDE Flemings CHEC Frachcs House of Lelhbridge...... Gcnllemen III Herald Sugar Beelcrs.......... Dorignlll A and W Jubilee.......... Pahulie imperial Llle....... Walksrs Safeways.......... Singers Doak becomes a Red Wing NEW YOKK (AP) New- York Rangers completed Iwo National Hockey League trans- actions Thursday, sending ex- perienced defenceman Gary Doak to Detroit in one of them. 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 [or 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 o[ chaos as thousands of people gather for the U.S. Auto Club classic and the pre-race festivities. Quinn, the Job for 27 years, is assisted by a group of top aids he calls "the dirty dozen." 2.600 yellow-slu'rted officers known as the safely 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 300 deputy sheriffs. His chief concern when the rcce starts at )0 a.m. MDT Er.turday will be the drivers' safety. On hand will be 18 wreck- ers. 1C ambulances, a fire res- cue squad, a special hydraulic lift to remove wrecked cars quickly from the oval and two helicopters to traas- port any badly-injured driver to a nearby hospital m a 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 vcar than ever before. I B r 1 a n Splby of Cranhrook, I Wayne Vaselcnak cf Ixilibridge and Lawrence Vfeselcnak also of Lethbrid'je will participate in liiis 1 Little is considered to be iho Hop drive1' i.n whil? I Selby is an cx-SAATl member I who numnl to Cranbrook. i Selby, i.s a native of Cardston and reigned as the rhnnipion "C" class driver in Lelhbridge for many years, is among the lop drivers in the Super-si in Spokane, U.S. today. Selby is making a special trip to his old home track and is giving up all chances lo lack up points in the Spokane point standings. Spokane will IK holding a two-day event this weekend. Irom .swcepinc tlin in Edmou- 1 Ion and Calgary last weekend, i Selby will be out to do the same j Ihing here Sunday. This won't be Selby's only objective though as soon as ho finds out Ijcu Vaselcnak will be on the track along side cf j him. I Vasclenak and Selby, who are good friends of! the track seem he the opposite on the (rack. I A grudge match could b? eventually run-off according to one SAAR official. Other classes wluch will take part in the exciting one day meet be the "C'1 Claimcr classes. Time (rials are set for 1..10 while the races will begin at p.m. Nobody tells us howtobuiBd an outboard motor! Except you. We've been making outboards 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 uswhaM See the new Brogue by jVhfii" f'1- 5oo tho all now Only at While Shoes by Dncli'i In Pmlrle Buffala CAMM'S SHOES Si. S. SEE THE NEW 1972 B.S.A.'s ON DISPLAY NOW] O Thunderbolts 9 Lightnings 9 Rocket 3's AS IOW AS 545 BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. Your romplnlA bikr hoadnunrtcri In Soulli Alberto 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Cloicd Monday Open Dnily 8 n.m. to p.m. Thursday nnd Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN A TOTAL OF 541) HOURS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU! pain it was lo keep your outboard in peak tune, we developed Firepower CD ignition that practically eliminates ignitiontune-ups. When you told us that you didn't see any reason why fin outboard had hugs to be powerful, our ingineering people came up with charging and piessurepulsa tuning to coax a lot more power Irom the same engine sizn. We've developed a whole lino of peak performance outboarris, including our new compact 65 and 50 hp. models. Just because wg listen to you. Seethecomplfitp Evinrudc 'ine, 16 models from 2 10 125 hp., at your dealer's now. NewEvinrucic loop-charged 6J. First In Oulhoarris EVINRUDE CLEAN WfrTCRi our fofuro is riding on H We've oliminnod ovorbnird duliu on iln- All rupl rcwM product ot Oillbonrfl Mflrinr. CoipnrntiM ft[ Cinafl.i LM., PctnrbDrnirtlh, Cnnnrh. MMUlaclurcrs ol Evlnrudo tnowmobili s, OMC Sltm Dll'O poft'ir mown! uns nonici aa Hepp's Industries Ltd. Paris and Service Salo< Phono Simpsons-Sears Centra Viltogo Mnll Lethbridgp, Alln. Phono 370-9231 ;