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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta READY FOR THE GRAD5 Tom Erdman will see plenty of action Friday evening when he and the LCI Rams meet the Grads in the annual Grad game sel for Henderson Park at eight o'clock. Erdman will play centre for the Rams when they meet the Rams of old. The other legs in the picture belong to Doug Howes, the starting LCI quarterback. "Prosier Says He's Ready For Cassias Jepl.mbtr 10, IHt LtlHBklUM HWALB Tf Clay To Meet Quarry First NEW YORK (AP) Cassius Clay Is supposed to sigh himself back Into boxing's heavyweight HEADQUARTERS We now have all your requiramtriti for coming hockey Skates Sweaters Pants Helmets Shin Guards Elbow Pads Shoulder Pads Hockey Socks Guards Hockey Gloves and Suspenders Equipment Bags JUST ARRIVEDI A complete shipment of VICTORVILLE and C.C.M. HOCKEY STICKS BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avt. S. Phone 327-3221 OPEN THURS. and FRI. TILL 9 p.m. title picture today, giving fight fans renewed hope for a dream fight agaiiist current champion Joe Frazier. Clay, the former unbeaten champion who hasn't had a reg- ular fight in more than three years during his appeals on a draft evasion conviction, and Jerry Quarry, will sign official contracts to meet in Atlanta Oct. 26, it was announced Wednesday. At the same time, in Washing- ton, Frazier confirmed earlier reports by announcing he would meet light heavyweight cham- pion Bob Foster for the title Nov. 18 In Detroit, Then, should both fights come off and both Clay, who prefers to be called Muhammed AH, and Frazier emerge with victo- ries, the logical progression would be for them to get into the ring against each other. "I will fight Clay any place in the United States, including At- Frazier assured. His manager, Yank Durham, expressed doubt that the Clay- Quarry fight would ever hap- pen, but if it does, "we'll fighl him in December any place in the United States if he can get a license." A license has been Clay's problem ever since he was stripped of his title by the World Boxing Association and the New York Association and the New York Athletic Commis- sion when he refused military induction and was sentenced to five years In prison. Now 28, he has been refused a Y.B.C. Y.B.C. Parents! It's that time of the year again! Registration for our Y.B.C. PROGRAM of BANTAM, JUNIOR and SENIOR LEVELS will be held All Day Satuday, Sept. 12th at GLENDALE BOWL located at Shoppers' World Mall REGISTRATION FEE Sl.OO Why hot let your children join our supervised program this year? license in many cities. However, lie did manage to get a license in Georgia for an eight-round exhibition against three little known heavyweights in Atlanta last Wednesday night, his first public appearance in the ring since he boxed two three-round exhibitions in Detroit, June 15, 1967. In his last title defense, he knocked out Zora Folley at Ma- dison Sojiare Garden in New York, March Quarry of Bellflower, Calif., who steady has fought for the title and "lost, currently is ranked the No. 1 contender by Ring Magazine and No. 3 by the WBA. Robert L: Kassell, chairman of the board of Tennis Unlim- ited, Inc., and Mike Malitz, president of Tennis Unlimited and Sports Action, Inc., made the announcement of the Clay- Quarry fight and will promote it in cooperation with Leroy John- son, a Georgia State senator and head of House of Sports, Inc. WORLD TITLE ROTTERDAM (AP) Euro- jean soccer champions Feyen- oord of Rotterdam clinched the world team title Wednesday night, defeating Latin American champions Estudiantes de la Plata of Argentina by an aggre- fate score of 3-2. After the first eg played Aug. 26 in Buenos Aires the teams were tied 2-2. Mets Share Top Rung Cardinals Could Be Spoilers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There are three teams and 7% games between Red Scboen dienst and first place in the nervous National League East But the St. Louis Cardinals skip per still can talk about taking i all as long as the front-run ners keep playing 'giveaway. "We're going-to win the pen Schoendienst proclaimed with a straight face, after liis Cardinals knocked off the plod ding Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4 Wednesday night. The Pirates' third straigh setback cost them undisputec possession of the top spot for the first time in 5% weeks. But ;he New York Mets, given an opportunity to pass Pittsburgh, could do no better than split a with Philadelphia Phillies for a share of the lead. And the third-place Chicago Cubs remained one game back after a 3-2 loss to last-place Montreal Expos. Even if the Cards don't win :he pennant they surely will liave something to say aboul who does.' They play the Pirates again tonight, then meet the Mets and Subs three times each in the Allowing seven days. In Wednesday's other ML ac- tion, Cincinnati Reds downed Los Angeles Dodgers 6-0; At- lanta Braves split a double- iead'er with San Diego Padres, winning 6-3 in 11 innings, then osing 7-4, and San Francisco Slants topped Houston Astros 9-5. The Cardinals erased a 4-0 Pittsburgh lead with three-run rallies in the fifth and sixth in- nings. Ted Simmons' two-run double keyed the first uprising and ex-Pirate Carl Taylor pinch hit a run-scoring bloop double in the middle of the second burst, enabling left-hander Frank. Ber- taina to pick up his first victory of the year. Willie Montanez, just recalled from the minors, stroked a run- scoring pinch single in the ninth to send the Phillies past the Mets in their opener. But south- paw Ray Sadecki earned the home club a split by taming the Phils on four hits and striking out 12 in the nightcap, Duffy Dyer providing the margin of Howe Will Tiy Defense PORT HURON, Mteh. (AP) The last time Gordie Howe was a National Hockey League rookie was 25 seasons ago. But suddenly the 42-year-old super- star is a "rookie" again. Howe, a forward with Detroit since he broke into the league in 1946, will be given a try as a de- fenceman as the Red Wings pre- pare for the 1970-71 season. Howe led a contingent of nearly 65 players for press day Wednesday as the Wings opened their training camp. Coach Ted Harfcness said he talked with Howe in the spring about playing defence. "He can he an All-Star de- said Harkness. "He can plav anywhere and be an Ail-Star." He said Howe is enthusiastic over the switch. victory with1 a bases-loaded sin- gle in the sixth. Light-hitting Bobby Wine beat the Cubs with a two-out, run- scoring single in the ninth and also contributed a pair of defen- sive -gems at shortstop. Jim Perry and Mike Cuellar just about put the finishing touches on the American League divisional races but the pair of 20-game winners battling on even terms in tte League skirmish for most victo- ries. Perry captured 20 games last Race Results CAUGARY