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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April THI UTHMIOGI HEUID 13 Leads Assault On Record Book MacDonald Steals Spotlight WINNIPEG (CP) Bvroo MaeDooald, a 19-year-oM from Chicago who divided he would rather swim for Caaada than the United States, led the as- sault on the record book during the second day of the Canadian K-j SURE WON Of SHUNG fas! disappearing from Henderson Lake and local fishermen are taking ful advantage of It. Mel here with his first r v t cotch of the tecson. The fishino under way in earnest Wednesday. Sport Shorts Of All Sorts TO DEFEND T1T1B BOLOGNA, Italy (AP) World middleweight champion Nino Benvemii of Italy will de- fend Ms title against Tom Be- thea'of New York, the only man ever to stop the champion, U was announced Friday night. CAPTURES CROWN MADRID (AP) Jose Man- uel Ibar Urtain of Spain knock- ed out West Germany's Peter Weiland in the seventh round Friday night and captured the European heavyweight boxing title. STRETCH FIGHT i PHOENIX, Ariz. nii Roadrunners defeated Salt Lake City Golden Eagles 4-1 Friday night, stretching their fight for a Western Hockey League playoff spot to the last 'season games tonight. .BUSH MENTIONER Ont. (CP> indoor winter nationals and Commonwealth Games trials. MacDonald set. one of four rtwrds Friday and stole the spotlight as he abo beltered the existing Commonwealth Games record in the 100-metre butterfly by one-half second with t time of 57.6 seconds Canada's top female swim- mer, Angela Cougblan of Bur- lington, Ont., set her second record in as many days, pacing bersi''.f to a clocking in the 400-metre freestyle. Her for- mer record was Vancouver's Sylvia DocfcerOl, who saw her 200-metre breas- troke record of fall in the morning'heats, regained her top ranking with a time of in the evening finals. LOWER WOMEN'S MARK The fourth record to fall was the women's 800-metre freestyle Edmonton's powerful I think I'll live In Can-' ada also." Ranked third la the U.S. In he butterfly event, MacDonald vas eligible to try-for the U.S. international teams until be en- ered the Canadian champion- ships. Ron Jacks of Vancourer set- tled tor second place after bat-1 Leslie Cliff of Vancouver tlinr MacDoniW (boulder to Sandra Smith of Edmooton. shoulder from to finish. Mahoney brol.o away from Tom Arusoo of Polnle Claire, Peter Cross of Pointe Claire and Oue was third. Bub Kasting of Robert Stoddart of St. Cathar- Letbbridge placed fourth. Mia Cougblan by herself all the way in tne freestyle, fin- ishing half a length in front of HJLLY SATS -By Pat Sullivan] In Greensboro Tourney Palmer Tied For Lead UbriAnA, i rcmy. rAiuiuuivu opwn names of Eddie Reigle and Ed- south Side Swim Club, die were mentioned as by Vancouver Amateur- Swim candidates Thursday night as club, tovered the mark to team officials set April 8 as deadline for naming a man to Ralph Hutton of Ocean Falls, take on the dual responsibilities B.C., and Sue Smith of Edmon- of general manager and coach ton didn't set any records Fn- of Oshawa Generals of the On- day but both swimmers won fario Hockey Association Junior their second event of the compe- tHion. Hutton won the 400-metre freestyle in 4: 12 and Miss Smith the? 100-metre butterfly in Tnvnrnr Bill- Mahoney of New West- MEET TONIGHT i n s t e r won the 200-metre GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP> Arnold Palmer is 40 years old but he is still the greatest at- traction golf has known 'and he still gets the job done. The game's all-lime leading money winner fashioned a spar- kling first-round 64. seven under par, and was tied for the top spot with Tommy Aaron going Into today's second round in the Greater Greensboro open golf tournament. Palmer drew a galloping herd of fans from the huge gallery of about and responded to then- urging of "Go, Amie, go" with a brilliant effort. Palmer and Aaron, who has finished Vcond nine times and scored his only victory last year in the then-unofficial Canadian Open, held a single-stroke lead over R. H. Sfces. Masters champion George Archer, Phil Rodgers and San Mego Open tilleholder Pele Jrown were at 66, with Lou Jraham and Bob Menne, the our sophomore who forced Lee rrevino to a playoff before los- ng in last week's National Air jncs, lied at 67. The group of 10 at 68 included Tom .Wcfekopf, Tommy Jacobs Homenujlc, Bowling Scores SENIOR CITIZENS CAPRI iOWL i H techihcU MS ..Ey wheeler Evi C. .Vw Wy F.ltx Hctforl MISSOULA, Mont. In the Missuuijft, breastroke In wmle me Light Canadian Dolphins Swim Club champion Bob Foster of Wash- Vancouver took the men's ington, D.C., puts his title on freestyle relay in the line tonight in this western j.g, 2 Montana town when he meets 'jiacDonald, whose time was seventh-ranked Roger House of Ume credited AngnnnHa for the CTOttTl. I t-r_ in Ihn Innu Anaconda, Mr-lit., for the crown. CLUB FORMED MONTREAL (CP) -A young felt stronger all the and Bob Nichols. Winnipeg's Wilf partly to the long course. "This is only the second time I've swam the long he ZZ2 itwir WIMI Rath Joyce Sexsmlth Jen Heel BO HENRY HOMES Henry Bwn 315 Bruce Csn- liieiri x> AUlcomson ifi (7I1U Larson J65; Henry Berg- I lllotl M" t-atswi iivnip 5UNDOU1ST LAB1EJ run Allan Brown 211; Llnd. Mil- sTtty '229 on HB. COM Annette Furo Lelth Teller Fast Ml; otto IK: Ted ler.er Gto. Szilejyl 25ftl.es I N.gy Zilj Jim Takeo 2iSj Sam I dl VS. JCCA i Gostilnmcn 30! Marv shlgehlro 330; Dot Ill; Harry Kalskaml 2Zi; Jim Hlga I in Francis (7381; Tern Hiroshima Wike 279; Srilgehlro J73i Akl oshlro 254 BOSTON {AP) Green, Boston Bruins defence- man Injured in a pre-season game against St. Louis Blues, Ted Green Fit To Play has been pronounced medically day. The Bruins said Green Lead The Bruins said Green, who MANILA (AP) -Australia, suffered a fractured skull in a trying' to get back into the stick-swinging duel with Wayne Davis Cup challenge round after Maki of the Blues, was given a surprising absence last .year, the go-ahead to play Wednesday opened its quest Friday by tak- by Dr. Robert G. Ojemann, ing a 2-0 lead over the Philip- bead neurologist at Massachu- pines in the Eastern Zone elimi- setts General Hospital. 1 nation series. result, the Bruins said Kay Ruffels and Dick Crealy they believed Green began .each won their singles malches Ing his 13-game suspension for in the start of the best-of-fiye hb part in the fracas of tennis series. Ruffels routed Wednesday Eddie Cruz W, tion to the team pi Milwau- kee's response to its return lo the major leagues. "My staff and I are thrilled with the he said. "It will have a lot to do with the success of the club." Allan H. (Bud) Scllg, presi- dent of the Brewers, announced that the response at "the ticket office has been absolutely over- whelming. The demand has picked up over Thursday. Sclig said he didn't know'how many tickets had been sold early Friday, but he described he activity at the ticket win- dows at County Stadium as "a wild, wild scene. More than season tickets were pur chased by Brewers fans Thurs- day. the addition oi sieve wm yui good use. The starry left winger is the best at his posi- tion in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. LeGrandeur was a member of the Kings last year when they lost to Regina Pats in the semi-finals and would like nothing better than to help the Rustlers sideline Weyburn. It is good to see Mike Balint up and around even though he is adorned with a neck brace. Balint, while officiating a Foothills Hockey League game last month, was attacked by Albert (Skippy) Gettman of Crow United and, for a time, was para- lyied. Gettman has twice been suspended from hockey for life. Early in the past season he PW" in the head and was suspended for 10 games. Each lime he does wrong he is punished, and then parolled Each time it seems to get worse. He can only go one step farther. There is no place in athletics for this type o character No place at all. of the NHl, 1924, ihetr coach L was the famous Leo Dandur- I and. I Did you know ifiat on auto I rocs driver, FrantoTs Lecot, one. over I milci in one" and to1 realiK how much driving (Sat if, you'd to drive I nn overag. of 700 milej o day, 7 dayt o week, every I to total that rnonyl miles in o yeorl Lecol I holds the all-time record for driving most In I competition In one year. I I I I Hoi theri ever been a big league baieball tiom thai folded during o season and I I failed to finrsh that leason! I ll's happened only once major [eao.ua baseball I hislory Ihe Syracuse I earn, which at lhat time wot n the Nalional league, play- I jd games In the 1879 I woson ond folded Every other big leagui baseball I team In hislory that started a I icaion was able to finish 31. I 1 you didn't know (hot the moil ouhtondinj (wrfor- I you could ever gel 1 from o retreadtd has to Jrom a Kirk Trl .ttrtwf. 1 Kirk Tr! retreads I Indiwtry and art I to a rtltjn-txketi prtmium firel I tiro. H can IM for I all normal driving. Why Ml Investigate cott and guar- ntn w. offer. I won't find P better value, ony- where I i Flash I Take advantage of tnis Crtat Spring Opening OfftTl I KIRK'S ORB1TMAD I RHEADS I flit Tire Value In Tewrl Size 7.75x14. I lyrtlfi Exchange, ICQ? I Only ...I...... (Similar Savings On All Sixet) Workout Set For Tuesday Lcthbridge Crcighlon Cubs o( Ihe Cily Recreation Baseball League mil get their 1970 sea- son underway Tuesday night. Cubs, nix) last year finished second in the league, will be holding workouts at seven o'clock In gym No. 2 at the Civic Centre. Anyone inlerested is Invited lo take part in Iho workouts. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, APRIL 6 8.30 p.m. ABDUUAH THE JIMY M UHSUS and B. CHRISTY vj HAYES and COUMAN SENSATIONAL MIDGET TA6 MATCH MOT 3 mow bovHl ADMISSION S2 l.SO los opens 7 p.m. Walch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Sot. afternoon and Mon, nioht on CJIH-W Channel 7 Sw KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheell KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Your UNIROYAl Dtxiter I 13 lOCATtONS TO SERVl IfOU I i KIRK'S FERNIE, I Fhone 423-7746 I KIRK'S TIRE fTABER) ITD. I I 6201 56th AventM I rhoni 323-3441 ;