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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Octotor it, 1WO THI IETHMIDCE HERALD _ f Confident Of Triumph Cassius Returns Tonight LONG DICTANCE WELL-WISHER Cassius Clay relaxes in the home of an Atlanta friend as he receives a long distance call from a well-wisher Sunday afternoon. Clay to the ring tonight at Atlanta when he meets Jerry Quarry. McLean Bested After Three-Year Reign Arnold Haraga All-Round Champion Arnold Haraga, of Stiff, stands at the pinnacle of his professional rodeo career to day. It was announced over the weekend by Canadian Rodeo Cowboy's Association secre- manager Paddy Brown, that Haraga is the 1970 all- round and steer wrestling champion. Haraga joins four other men who have .won national titles for the first time. Jerry Sinclair of Paradise Hill, Sask. won the saddle bronc honors while the bull riding honors went to Dale Fuhriman of Taylor, B.C. Allen Currier of Czar, Alta. won the wild cow milking and Jack Duce of Granum, the amateur saddle bronc. Haraga, 32, shook off his cecond place history with a rengeanee this year. Not only did he win the steer wrestling he took the coveted auVround crown from Kenny McLean of Vernon, B.C. The new all-round champ nearly won the calf roping honors and had he done co he would have fcesn the first to win two timed events 1945. McLeath had won the crown fa 1967-1968-1969. Those three victories tied him with Reg Kesler and Wilf Gerlitz but he was the first man ever to win three in a row. Haraga didn't even enter the all-around pic- ture until mid-August when he placed on two bareback horses at Edson. That put him into a lead he never lost and finished with McLean collected The bulk of Haraga's win- nings came in his favorite, the steer wrestling, where he won for a healthy margin over runnerup Dave Penner with In the calf-roping, be led oft-time winner Lome Wells right to the end, but saw Wells pull ahead of him at Vermilion. It was the sixth na- tional calf-roping title for Wells who makes his home in Midna- pore. His season earnings in the event were Haraga Bad Sinclair's saddle bronc vic- tory at the Calgary Stampede, only days after he had turned professional, put him into a lead that he never lost. He finished1 with trailed by McLean frith Dale Trotter of Ponoka finished strong at Ver- milion to nose out Malcolm Jones, CRCA president for the bareback honors that he won last year. Jones, with four Ca- nadian titles to Ms credit, had led for some weeks. Trotter finished only ahead, to Last year in winning the event Trotter picked up 243. Fuhriman led the bull riding almost all of the Reason, beat- ing out last year's winner, John Dodds of Ponoka. Fuhriman collected Dodds Ernie Dorin of Bruce, Alber- ta, repeated as wild horse race champion. He won (last year he won which gave him a wide edge over Pat Me- Kings Take Over Lead With Weekend Victories The Lethbridge Sugar Kings picked up four big points on the road over the weekend which enabled them to push past the Red Deer Rustiers in the Al- berta Junior Hockey League standings, while in Edmonton the Calgary Mount Royal Cou- ;ars gained two points in two encounters for second place lonors. Sunday night Dave Ge o r g e scored at the mark of the first period to give the Kings a 1-0 shutout over the Red Deer Hustlers before Rustler fans. John Davidson made a total of 25 saves to register his first shutout of the season while Rustlers goalie Dale Henwood was called on to make only 15 stops. Red Deer took nine of the 16 minor penalties called in the 60 minutes of play. They also Milled Henwood with two min- ites left in the final stanza, but the extra man on the ice did not give them enough strength ,o handle the Kings' strong de- fence. Meanwhile in Ponoka Satur- day evening the locals edged the lampeders 4-2 outshooting the host club 54-29. George McCrea paced the Kings with two goals and AT- IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rancho Ernie Says DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI E! Rancho Service 6th AVE., M.M. DRIVt PHONE 327-5406 chie McLennan and Lannie Mc- Donald got the others. For the Starapeders Ray Ban- sley and Marcel Comeau notch- ed singletons.' The Iflngs led 2-1 after the first period and 4-2 going into the final 20 minutes of play. They also picked up 11 of the 17 minor penalties called in the game. In Edmonton Sunday the Mount Royal Cougars split pair of games with the two Ed- monton entries over the week- end. Saturday evening the Cou- gars scored two goals in the third period for a come-from- behind 5-4 victory over the Mov- ers. Ian Hunter and Rob Leg- illoux rammed in two goals apiece while Al Pollock man- aged one. Jim Miller, Jim Pratt, Bob Bidny and Don Clark each reg- istered singles. Edmonton outshot Calgary 83- 25 and Calgary took four of the five penalties called in the game. Meanwhile the Edmonton Ma- ple Leafs were outshot and took most the penalties, but still managed to defeat the Cougars 5-3 Sunday afternoon EARNS SHUTOUT John Davidson of (ho Lelhlmdgc Sugar Kings blanked H c d Deer Hustlers 1-0 Sumtay in Junior Hookey League action. PLAYER SUCCESSFUL. MELBOURNE (Renter) South African Ga.ry Player won the Australian golf open cham- pionship here Sunday with a fi- nal-round 74. George Knwlsnn shot a final-round 77 for a 287 total. Fred Comrie, Craig Styles, Randy Smith, Gary Kokolski and Les Drewicki scored for the Leafs. Doug Laney, Howie Cblburne, and Al Pollock scored for the Cougars, who outshot Edmon- ton 48-36 and took four of the 11 penalties called. Hugh of DeWinton who won 027. McHugh won the wild cow milking last year but he could finish only second this time be- hind Currier. It was to Jack Duce, .whose father was a familiar rodeo figure in another year, took the amateur saddle bronc with San- ford Cox of High Prairie, last year's winner, was second with The cbuckwagon cham- pionship, wrapped up earlier in the year, went to Tom Dor- chester of Westerose, Alberta. It was his second straight vic- tory, an earlier one came in 19G6, and he set record earn- ings of beating his own previous mark. It was also the year that Dorchester won the races at the Stampede after 21 years oE trying. SUm Helme of Esterliazy, Sask., was a distant second with Champions will receive tro- phy saddles, cash awards and other presentations at the an- nual presentation -of awards banquet November 21st in the Calgary Inn. ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Mu- hammad All, lecturer, actor and fast food dealer, returns to his true profession of prize fighting tonight in a scheduled 15-round bout against Jerry'Quarry. "This is how I n my liv- ing; this is my said AU on the eve of his first fight since being stripped of his heavy- weight championship following his conviction for refusing in- duction into the U.S. Army. The conviction still is being ap- pealed. During the time since he knocked out Zora Folley, March Ali has lectured at col- leges throughout the country, starred in the short-lived Broad- way play Buck White Mid opened a chain of burger and french fry stands. Despite his long absence from the ring, excepting a few exhibi- tions, Al rules as the topJieavy favorite in the fight which has drawn little gambling interest. But there is general interest for the bout because of the con- troversial nature of Ali who rose to the boxing heights as Cassius Clay. ON CLOSED TV The fight starting at p.m. will be shown on closed- circuit television in the United States and Canada and will be beamed via satellite to Europe, South America, Asia and Rus- sia. With1 tickets for the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium scaled from to and not all sold, and seats avail- able for closed circuit televi- sion, the projected gross for the fight is million. Ali has been guaranteed against per cent of the gross which would bring him about million. Quarry is guaranteed against 22% per cent. A victory for Ali would set the stage for a big-money fight with Joe Frazier, who ascended to the title during All's exile. And an upset by Quarry would give the Californian another shot at Frazier who knocked him out in seven rounds June However, Frazier must first defend1 Ms title against light- heavyweight king Bob Foster Nov. 18 in Detroit. Just getting a licence to fight in Atlanta was a victory for Ah' who had seen numerous at- tempts for fights foiled since his conviction. Gov. Lester Maddox has publicly opposed the fight but he cannot legally stop it be- cause Georgia has no state box- ing commission. The promoters of the fight are House of Sports, Inc., whose president is State Sen. Leroy Johnson, and Sports Action, Inc. Ali, who has reach and weight advantage over Quarry, turned to the punch-for-pay ranks after winning the Olympic heavy- weight title for the United States in 1960 and has won all 29 of his pro fights, 23 by knock- out. Quarry, who considers this a championship fight since "Ali never lost the title in the is expected to try to mount a body attack effort to tire Ali. He has a record of 37 victo- ries, 23 by knockout; four losses and four draws. He has been knocked out twice, by Frazier and by George Chuvalo. ANDY CAPP TCK.' IB ASK THE BREWERYJ T1 BO SOMETHIN' THIS TILT IF THE PLACE WASN'T DUE F1 DEMOLITION; Two Victors Have Problems In the five games played in the Western Eight Football League Conference over the weekend three could be regis- tered a decisive while the re- maining two struggles. Noting the results, Vulcan shutout Claresholm 42-0, Ray- mond walked over Nanton 81-0, Cardston smashed Milk River 79-0, Picture Butte beat St. Mary's 41 15 and Coaldale bumped High River 36-20. Warrfin Lipsak and Grant McKay both picked up too ma- jors apiece for Vulcan in their encounter with Claresh 01m Sa- turday, while Morris Anneca scrambled for four touchdowns in leading the Raymond Com- ets to then- victory over Nan- ton. In Cardslon the Milk River Ridge Riders were no opposition as the Cardston crew picked up their first one-sided win of the season. Pudd Fox escaped for f o u r touchdowns while two majors apiece Went to Mike Ryan, Cam Olsen and V.'olfgang Daniels. The leading Picture Butte High School had their hands full as the St. Mary's Warriors cams, up with a strong game and held the league leaders too only one major in the first quarter. They, too acquired a touchdown in. that quarter, but click through the rest of the game. In yardage, the Warriors accumulated more than the leaders, but the total points only count in winning the contest. The only real close affair was between the Coaldale Spartans and the High River club, where both Gerhard Schmold and Den- nis Neufeld ran for two touch- downs apiece. Phil Irwin man- aged two majors in a losing cause. 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