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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Tuesday, April 17, 1973 Record Held of L'381 entered Anderson surprises at Marathon BOSTON (AP) Jon Ander- son of Eugene, Ore, shocked foieign runnels with a smas-hing in the 77th Boston marathon Monclav, wliipping a recoid field of start crs. Following Frank Shorter's maraUion triumph in the Olym- pic Games at Munich last sum- in e r Anderson's success scorned to indicate that Amen- long dominant at shorter races, are coming into their own at distance. Tom Fleming, 21, of Wayne, i N.J., finished second behind An- derson in the 26-mile, 385-yard run from Hopkinton to Boston and exulted: One two, U.S.A." Anderson covered the course in two hours, 16 minutes, three seconds under a hot sun, nearly five minutes off the record set has a fine selection of Footwear for the whole Family at Prices to fit your Budget! Ladies' Step in Sandal Features open toe, adjust- able side buckle for com- fort, cushion insole and stained cork sole. White, Navy or Red. Stylish looking with a closed toe, woven uppers made of loft urethane with adjustable bock strop, cushion hsel pad and a covered heel. White. PAIR Misses' Two Tone Dress Oxford Fashlonoblo bump toe, stur- dy unit fashion sols with graded heel height. Brown, Whit a v y or PAIR Just in time for Summer Features thick corV end higSer AH to- pers Burnijhtd firOwn. PAIR V I SiSf I COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI 202S Mayor Magrath Open Daiiy 9am to 6 p m. Thursday 9am to 9 p rn. We reserve the to t quontitiss IF YOlUJTAKC AWAY OUR I.OW PAIGES A DEPARTMENT STORE" Ladies' Sandal at a Fashionable Price by England's Ron Hill three years ago Fleming recorded 2-1746, with Finland's Olavi j Miwmalainen third m 2-1821 Anderson took the lead on the second of three hills about six miles from the finish, as Sup- malainen suffered a cramp in his side. Fleming then closed strongly, after shaking off a cramp himself. "When I passed him (Suo- malainen) I felt I had said Anderson, 23. "The tears started coming, I'm a bit emo- tional." The son of the mayor of Eu- gene said he had his sights set on the marathon since he failed in a meters trial as a member of the U.S. Olympic team in Munich. Bernard Plain of Wales was fourth, but Americans captured 14 of the top 20 places. Bob Moore of the Toronto Olympic Club and Paavo Leiviska of Finland tied for seventh, finish- ing m 2-23 37 Mickey Graham of the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan was 24th in 2-31.12, Paul Lever of Toronto Olympic dub 32nd in 2 33 47, Gerald Teal of Niagara Falls, Ort., 38th in 2-35 13, Ar- thur Taylor of the Kitchener- Waterloo Track Club 39th in Gerry Holiday of Sud- bury, Ont., 42nd in 2 36.44 and David Wise of London, Ont., 49th in 2 37.45. Anderson was the first Ameri- can to win the BAA since Am- brose Burfoot in 1968 Only two other Americans, Johnny (The Elder) Kelley and Johnny (The Younger) Kelley, have won since the Second World War A total of 679 runners finished in the 3J-2-hour counting limit Jacquline Hanseu, 24, a college student from Granada Hills, Ca- lif topped a field of 14 women in 3-06 26, a time which would have placed her 326th among the men. Arrested Earl Weavd, DvJl'moie Oriole Manager, was ar- rested Monday by Mary- land State Police on charges of drunken driv- ing, malicious destruction of property and for failure to drive within a single lane. Police said the 47- year-old American League manager was spotted weaving from lane to lane on the Baltimore Beltway in the early hours Monday morning. SPORT Russians rou on Davidson Feels front office at fault TORONTO (CP) Bob Da- vidson, head scout of Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey league, spent as much time bucking Russian bureau- cracy as he did looking at hockey during the world tourna- ment which ended Sunday in Moscow In fact, Davidson came home six days early after finding the hockey disHppoir.fcg and the bureaucracy frustrating ''We couldn't get into the rink for any practices because we werent' guen the passes we needed." he said Monday. There was no way those little old ladies they have as Short sport AXED BY RULE IL-XSAS CITY (AP; The world champion Oakland A's cut their pitching staff to eight men Monday by sending Rob Gardner to Tucson of the Pa- ciLc Coast League. 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