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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta If THE IITHBKtBB? HERA1D WstlrtMtltty, Novunftsr The how off Shoes MATCH UP WITH OUR HANDBAGS NEW, DYEABLE STRICTLY FOR THE "GLITTER BUGS" for ilia! specia! nigh', tlon't in htah ft-'ont sihJEv ?hion pumps. With ihe heel of )Vi5 r 0 making it's big comeback now! Siylcd for the young modern's, sizc.1 6-8, PAIR 1 Ox I 0 rm I I I NO DOWN PAYMENT. NO PAYMENTS Till 71 IbimrJfy and fridrjy t 9 n m Sti'yrday In n in, Frazier, the champ, wants acceptance DETROIT (AP) .Joa Fra- zior, fighting for universal ac- ceptance, and Bob Foslef, who has turned his back on Hie class ho rules, meet tonight for tiie Five magic number In your choice of sling back or pump. The natural that combines" comfort wish the latest in k'mky styles. And in shades of your choice 10 compliment thai rflini, midi or maxi outfit. To save you steps we carry matching hand- bags. PIUS TINTING Al no extra cost, by our staff for both the I en colour guaranteed. By IAN MacLAlNE Canadian Press StaH Writer Five was the big winner in National Hockey League games Tuesday night, but Montreal Canadiais liad oUier reasons for rejoicing. The Canadiens drubbed Cali- fornia's Golden Ssals 5-1 to move into first place in the NBL's East Division with 21 points, one ahead of Boston Bruins and Iv'ew York Rangers, both of whom were idle Tues- day. The game also marked the re- turn to the Montreal lineup of left winger John Ferguson, who discarded retirement plans, and sharp-shooting Yvan Cournoyer, sidelined for three weeks with a cracked foot bone. But the real sparkplug in the Montreal attack was veteran Henri Eichard. Skating like a rookie, the 34-year-old centre scored twice and assisted on two others. HJs effort was sup- plemented by Pete Mahovlich's tivo goals. Richard had managed only one goal in Montreal's previous 16 games while Mahovlich, en- joying his finest start in the NHL, connected for goals No. 1 and 8. BLUES LOSE In other games, Minnesota North Stars dumped St. Louis Blues 5-3 in St. Louis and De- troit Bed Wings defeated Van- couver Canucks 5-2. Ferguson, who retired Oct. because of pressures of business outside hockey, decided U> re- turn last Friday. Cotirnoyer had scored 10 goals in nine games before his injury. He played a regular shift but Ferguson, the club's policeman, was used sparingly and did not get involved in sny of the three fights that marked the latter stages of the game. Centres Jude Drouin and Tom Williams scored in the second period to snap s 2-2 tie and ig- nite the M i n n e s o t a victory, snapping St. Louis1 home-ice winning streak st seven games Danny O'Shea get the insurance goal with three minutes left in the game with a 40-footer that eluded Blues' goaltender Glenn Hail. Two unanswered goals in the second period sent Detroit wing- ing to victory at Vancouver. The goals, by Tom Webster am Billy Dea, gave tie Red Wings a 4-1 lead. The win moved Detroit to within two points of the Can- ucks, fourth in the East Division with 15 points. Tonight the Bruins are at Minnesota, New York visits Li Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres battle for sixth spot in the East Division at Toronto. MONTREAL 5 CALIFORNIA 1 First Period 1, Montreal, Mahov- Ikh 7 IRidiard) 2. Montreal Richard 1 rsavard Tai-dlf) Pen- altles None. Second Period 3. Montreal, Ri- chard 3 4. Montreal. Lapoifite 6 (Tremblay, Richard) Penalties Redmond Savard Montreal too many served by Ri- cfjard Vadnais Stacknouse, major, Larase, minor, major Third Period _ 5. California E. Hicks 2 (Hardy) L Montreal, Alanov- licli R (Redmond, Trembfay) Penalties Hextall, Savsrd, majors Roberts Muloln flex- tall Harper majors Shots oa coa! by California R U Montreal ...........1C 12 MINNESOTA S ST. LOUIS 3 First Period 1. Minnesota, Burns 3 (O'Stiea, Nanne) 2. St. Louis, Morrison 4 (Bordelesu, Beretison) 3. Minnesota. O'Brien 1 (Wil- liams) 16--29, Penalties Sutherland Barrett Second Period St. tosiis, jutlt- erland t (B. Placer, SI. Marseille) 5. Minnesota, Drouin 6 6. Minnesota, Williams 1 (Goidsworlhy, j Parise) 7. Si. Louis Roberts 4 (St. Marseille) Penalties Pi- j card Drot'in Sabourin Picsrd U-.Q9. I Third Perlcd 8. Millnesotft, O'Shea (Read, Sums) Pcnaily Grant 7.27. I fjhol- on go3t by vt i M. I.OU'J.........f leavywclgbt championship of ho The scheduled 15-round fight 's set for p.m. MST, at Cobo Arena and will follow, as tart of a closed-circuit televi- sion doubleheader, a scheduled 10 rounder between heavy- weights George Foreman and 3oon0 Kirkman in New York's i Madison Square Garden. Although Frazier is the heavy- weight champion and unbeaten' in 25 pro bouts, he fights in Ihe shadow of Muhammad Ali, also Hnm as Casstus day. So, if Frazier beats 10 is the 5-ta-l will be another step toward stamp- ing out the shadow of Ali be- cause it will bring closer to re- alization a Frazier-Ali fight. As for Foster, he has said no matter what happens in the Frazier fight he will not defend his light heavyweight champion- ship again. CAN'T MAKE LIMIT Foster, who was expected to weigh from 185 to 190 pounds for tonight's fight, says he can- not make the light heavyweight limit of 175 any more. A crowd of about which would mean a gate of is expected to watch Foster try to become the first light heavy- weight champion to win the heavyweight title. Seven pre- vious light-heavy kings tried un- successfully a total of nine times. The closed-circuit telecast will be seen in 110 locations, with a seating capacity of in 91 citits in the United States and Canada. The fights also will be beamed to 27 countries in Eu- rope, Africa, South America, Central America, Asia and tile South Pacific. Frazier has been guaranteed against 40 per cent of all receipts. Foster will get 22ij per cent. No matter what F r a z i c r makes on this fight it will pe peanuts compared to what he would get for fighting Ali. That would be the most lucrative fight in history, with predictions of a 510 million gross. If everything goes right Fra- zier and Ali would probably fight in February. Ali lights Oscar Bonavena in December and the U.S. supreme court isn't expected to act until at least March on an appeal of All's conviction of refusing induction into the conviction that carried with it a five-year prison sentence and led to his being stripped of the heavy- weight title. The 26-year-old Frazier will outweigh Foster by about 15 to 20 pounds, including his beard which he will not have to shave off, but the 31-year-old Foster, at six-feet 3% inches, is 4V4 inches taller than Frazier and has an edge of inches in reach. Dynel stretch midi wig. Fre- cul and pre-styled. Perman- ently curled. Tapered back and sofl bangs and sides that flip as you wont. Reg. Woolen Price 34.95 SPECIAL Synthetic machine made stretch wig. 100% Dyne! fibre. Tapered back ond sides. Washable and con be styled in minules. A mini length wig. Reg. 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