Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
11HMIOO! HltAlD T ANDY CAPP THAT SURE CHARACTER THANKS TOR HELP, WSTEK WHITE Bob Ratting One Of 31 Names Usted Swim Team Recommended Following Meet WINNIPEG (CP) -The Ca- nadian Moor vizier nationals and British Cmnmnmmillli Expos lit Action At Cincinnati CALGARY (CP) -Alberta von tbe western Canada high school bowling cham- pionships Saturday, based or a telegraphed comparison of high scores in the one-day, four- province tournament. Scores from play ,at various centra in the- four provinces were telegraphed to others for comparison, giving Alberta 33 points from all events. Saskat chewaa was second with 2C Manitoba had 24 and British Columbia 23. Alberta was far in front fa mixed team bowling. Thd Bed'Deer team compiled i score of compared with Saskatchewan's entry from Re- gum with North Surrey B.C. ws third with and Winnipeg tattled Manitoba's Thunder Bay teem topped the boys' team event with edgm out Calgary by 17 points'. Karri loops, B.C., was fMra in and Saskatoon Afterta's Letbbridge girls team rolled up pouits to top that event, edgu> out Regina's girls team by points. Salmon Arm, B. dropped to for third a] Thunder Bay rolled i Shines Gals Triumph The Ldnbridge prli who garnet for an average of T formed tie team, were Carol ,-i. Andreadmk, Linda individual boys high a son, Breoda Ptteraen and Unda Cliff Clisby of Bran- n Christie. Miss Makolmson was with 'while Sharon a also the Alberta singles cham- of'Regina topped the e pkn with a piofaD of with C s Badminton Event Ross Williams and Karia upended Chris Fazio Lemiesitwski capbmd top m-dividual honors in the 1970 Leth-icidge Open badminton tournament held over the Lethbridge. Wflb'ams and Marv Kirchner took the men's doubles title from the twosome of Borggard Forray 15-7, 12-15 and 19- Williams, now of For the teani of Williams Hat but formerly of Kirchnef it marked the ousted Harkn .Borggard of the University of Lethbridge 1M and 1M m UK final. consecutive year they have won the doubles crowa. In their march to the title they belted defeated Joe Forray to and Rayner of Medicine the final while Tim Filuk while Forray and Borggard Letbbridgc was sidelined FUuk and Don TiBot- of Lethbridge. Lemieszewski downed and Fazio combined to Karia of LeUibridge 12-9 the women's coubles over 11-9 in the final after and Fox 4-15, 15- Wendy Fox of the city in and 154. Gerri Nofcle and .oral-final- In the otter Durfee lost out to Karia Goats iwtBBiiftf triah faded Sunday with ibe recMiWiitfnla- tioa of a U-member Canadian team to compete The Games in Edinburgh in July.' The team of 17 men and 14! women will leave Montreal Juiy 7 following a three-week train- ing to be held in Quebec. roe last record to fall was the men's freestyle. Ralph Button of Ocean Falls, B.C.. lowwed his previous rec- ord 8.8' seconds to !t was Hutton's third fold medal of the meet and the only record to fall Sunday. A judges' decaioa was neces- sary to declare a winner in the 200-metre it Bnd Storey of.Calgary aid John H awes of Pointe Claire, Que.; were both timed in The judges ruled in favor of Storey, giving the Calgary swimmer his first victory, and a berth on the team. George Smith of Edmonton won the 200-metre individual medley over Ken Campbell of a "tremendous success." Cote saM that in view o( the recorded, the CASA would probably hold the Pan-Aineri-cas Games trials the ssait tise of the year. Button's other records were beaten by Angela Ooughlan in the 200- and 400-metre freestyle, Sue Smith in the nvfdley, Sylvia Dockerill in the 240-metre breaststroke, Byron MacDoeaW ia the butterfly, Bill Manoney in the 100-metre breastifroke, the South Side Swim Club Edmonton in the women's 800-metre freestyle relay and the Canadian Dolphin Ctob at Vancouver In the women's Lethbridge teur Swim Club Kasting, Bob Bi Son-ill and Lor finished in fifth p' metre freestyle e lions Ama- clay team of oder, Gary x Kemmett, 'Play Ball' Cry Heard Today THE ASSOCIATED PBKSS, shift of the Settle franchise to I Baseball attention shifted from the courtroom to toe ball field today ac the proNem-pta-, goed sport began its second cen- ter with traditional opeaen at WashBfton and Cincinnati and Montreal fins wondered Milwaukee. latter, whfle atcom- >ft baseball facing an artMrwt suit by the State of Washington and the threat of action ts fee U.S. Se- nate to remove Liaabill'i im- Senior Title ToLes Adams Washington wth Detroit sending left-hand er the Sena- young iwniKw i was woo by the Pointe Claire aquatics dub. naled the WOIMO'S events for At Cincinnati, al, holiday atmosphere pre- i'xJas the Katioml league The Les Adams foursome of i Medicine Hat won' the annual senior men's bonspiel held at bridge Curling Club weekend. __ woo out ever POCK OK wiling Adams oo tbfc rink were Tim'Miller, Bfll Towoiend and Angus Grant. Fred Priddle and nil Leth- bridge rink woo the second went over Ernie Risler of Lethbridge. PrioVfle's mates wwe Charlie Patching, Milt Mofiatt and Art Eskland. A total of 20 rinks took part in the event. munlty from antitrust laws, hov.-ever, will be forgotten or a day at least. AtPittsburgh, the Mebj, whose credentials still remain suspect to a considerable group of skeptics, will send winner Tom Seaver out against the Pirates' Steve Blass, 16-10. Besides Bristol, Dew Ameri- can League managers are Bin Rjgney and Eddie Kasko at Bos- ton, John McNamara 'at Oak- land and Charlie Metro at Kan- sas City.-In the NatUial Sparky Andersou has taken over at Cincinnati, Frank Locchesi at Philadelphia, and Damy Murlaugh at Pittsburgh. nae e WOIMOS evens or UK fourth straight day. each got under way. wUh MontreM girl winning tar event. Miss sending Joe Sparrna out to niWi Coughlan, of Boriington, Ont, I against Jim Merritt of the Reds I easily won the 800-metre free- in the last opening day at at style, her fourth goU medal of cient Crosley Field. the mwt, making her the top in- 1 Monday's opening program, I dividual gold medal winner. however, was ovenhadowed by Miss Smith, of Edmonton, the potential in Tuesday's 11- continued her fine performance game schedule in which New with her tfaird Tictcrr coming in 1 York Mets will begin defence of 1 the 200-metre inoavidoal medley [faeir world championship at Witt a time of pittsburghardMflwaukee Vancouver's Miss Gorr, a fa- Brewers will provide Milwaukee vonte around tte pool smoe ae- cepting her med a home team to root for tciAUK 1x3 utatniM ujcuoi i ggigst California Thursday on trutcbts, won the xrcc-r nnne EXPOS MEET The Vancouver amateur swim The Expos play their first club, one of the matt powerful home game against St. Ions in the competition, won the Cardinals and a late storm had' w o me n's freestyle left snow on tbi field as late as relay in Friday. The question appeared to be whether groundskeepers get the field into playing I ley Caialet, Karen James, I shape by Wednesday. Besides the California-Ma- Opener, Tuesday's Named to the women'i team were six Vancouver Shu-- ley Caialet, Karen James, I Jeanne Warren, Leslie Cliff, Sylvia DockeriQ, and Miss Gurr. EIGHT OTHERS CH06CN IGHT OTHERS CH06CN American L e a g u e scheduled There, are .three Edmonton snows Detroit Tigen afWaah- representmtives-Sue S m.i t h, Albert's Men's Apparel Proudly Presents The BEEASTED nysrtliketttt-NgiifMNofll VbvH Ma our venlont tarn totally elegant took FROM and Fazio in the semi-final while Fox and Lemieszewski downed Merna Rayner and Karen Kreise of Medicine Hat In the mixed doubles Fox and Borggard joined forces to oust Kirchner and Noble 154 and 15- 3. Fox and Borggard advanced to tbe final after dumping Lem- leszewski and Tony Kovacs of Lethbridge.-In the other semi- final Kirchner and Noble.down- ed Karia and Jim Whilelaw of lie city. Consolation winners were D. !immer of Fort Macleod in the men's singles and Val Congden of Medicine Hat in the women's, ton A total of 53 participants com- peted in the event with entries roovHedScme Hat, Lethbridge, Taber, Fort Macleod, Pincber Iron Springs. Dominated Title Bout 1 O JU 1 I II, Sandra Smith and Rene Rbbson -along with Linda Hall of Win- nipeg, Lesley Booth of St. Cath- arines, Out., Shirley Roulstoo, of Burnaby, B.C., Kiss Cough- Ian, and Jane Wright of To- ronto, i Five Vancouver swimmers were named to the men's rec- ommended Har- rower, Bill Hahoney, Ron Jacks, Brian O'SoIlivan and Ken Campbell. Joining them are three Pointe Claire, Que., swim- Peter Cross and Tom Mike.Whit- aker and Brad Storey of Cal- gary, George Smith, Edmonton, Bob Kmting, Lethbridge, Alta., Cliff Carson, Toronto, Eric Fish, Medicine Hat, Atta., Bal Ken- nedy, London, tint., Byron MacDonald, Chicago add Hut- Tigers _. against the Senators, 'Oakland Athletics visiting Kan- sas City Royals, Minnesota Tuins visiting Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles visiting Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox at New York against the Yankees. In the National League, Oa- cago Cubs visit Pittsburgh Pir- ates' Cincinnati Reds visit Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves visit Sao Diego Padres and Houston Astros visit San Giants in addition to the New York-Pittsburgh cur- tain raLw. St. Louis'moves Into action for the first time Wednesday in the game at Montreal. INTEREST OFF FIELD Mont. (AP) Bob- Foster, world light heavy weight boxing champion, demol- ished Roger Rouse with a vi- cious right hand Saturday night, knocking Rouse down four times en route to a successful defence of his title. The technical knockout came at the end of the third round. A doctor examined Rouse's cuts and his general condition and would not allow the Anaconda, Mont., fighter to answer the bell fof the fourth round, The Canadian Federation oi Amateur Athletics must check each swimmer's qualifications against OommoBwtaKh Games standards and approve the team. The CFAA is femected to its decision before May 1. Prior to the opening of the trials Thursday, there was some worry tbe meet wu being held too late in the season and the performance of swimmers would not be op to par. Firby and Cole agreed tbe trials were Emphasis on the 1970 season so far has rested largely on off- the-field problems, the most im- ortant arcong tbem Curt .lood's suit testing the reserve system, the Denny McLain In- vestigation that led to his sus- pension until July 1 and the JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETrlBRIDOE For Esttmolts JACK' FUllER 32S-1S15 Civic Luncheon Will Be Held SEATTLE civic luncheon Kbechded Monday to open Seattle Pilots' basebal Mason wifl be held planned. OrgMiizer Ralph Grossman admitted that the affair win be somewhat smaller than NO- pks attendance expected. "Actually we are setting up a laWe for 10 in the middle of the grand ballroom of the Olympic Hotel and the program will look a little more like an Irish wake than a gala welcome." The Pilota wint broke here find have to Milwaukee. Albert's Men's Apparel 331 Sth St. South Thursday TiN 9 p.m. IF IT'S IN TOWN IT'S DOWNTOWN EXPERIENCED NEW and USED CAR and TRUCK SALESMEN Required Immediately. 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