Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 47

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Berlo comus through with silver could have been awfully disappointing for team Wsdneitfuy, Auguit A, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD CALI, Colombia (CP) Can- ada's track and field learn went from one disappointment lo an- other at Ihc Pan-American Games Tuesday night until gold-medal winner Stephanie Herlo ot Vancouver burst through for a silver in the women's 100 metres. "Oh, I'm so she said in between gasps air after the race in which Iris Davis of the United States won the gold "I'm happier wilh tliis one I start. 11 was my best start ever Winnipeg four years ago. effoits in four days of competi- tion when I won the she in the 100." "Miss Davis is just about the lion, said referring lo her goid Track coach John Freeman of best there is in the Free- Miss Berlo's silver was the medaJ wilh a Games-equalling medal win Sunday in Ihc 2W Vancouver was especially man said. eighth medal for the women's run of 11.2 seconds. Stephanie's time was 11.4 sec- onds, the same clocking as the bronze winner, Silvia Chibas of1 Cuba. In fact, four women were clocked in 11.4. metres. '-I felt really good and I just to run as wc-il as I could. 'And I got off to a Fcrrell of the U.S. set the pro- great' viuus Games mark of 11.3 fll pleased that S t c p h anie had j The women's track and field team. The combined team has com- so close behind Miss team is the pride of the Cana- accounted for 13 medals in Davis, who equalled her own diari camp wilh four gold med- track and field competition, record set in the heals Barbara als while the men have only sil- Over-all. Canada has medals ver and brinze to show for their j gold, four silver and 10 I bronze. I Mike Mason of Burnaby, B.C., added to the Canadian medal collection Tuesday wilh a bronze in the men's long jump, leapin 25 feet inches. "I'll have lo do belter lhan that next year al he said, referring lo Ihe 1972 Olym- I pic Games. Earlier, Charles Francis and Cra.g Blackman, a pan- of To- I ronto sprinlers, failed lo qualify for the men's 200-metre final; Brenda Walsh of Edmonton was There's nothing like playing fifth and Joyce Sadowick of on yovr home course, iust ask Burnaby, B.C., sixth in the Mike Tobo. women's 400-metre final; Bill This past weekend. Tobo took Smart of Vancouver was sixth EQUALS HER OWN PAN-AM RECORD Iris Davis of Pompano Beach, Fla., hils Ihe line in Ihe 100-melre dash equalling a Pan-American Games record she set the pre- vious n qualifying heat. Stephanie Berlo of Vancouver gave Canada a silver medal as she finished second. First female in Alberta Junior League? Gal applies to Red Deer camp Tobo tops tourney IlED DEER, Alia. (CP) Robin Desjarlais of Cranston. H.I., has applied to attend the training camp of the Tied Deer Hustlers, the Canadian Centennial Cup hockey phain- pions. There's only one Robin's a girl. Coach-manager Alf Cad- man, who got the application Monday, said, wilh a big grin, thcl he was ready lo say ''yes" to the the recreation superintendent will provide a dressing room for her. "There's nothing in the rules saying a girl can't said Cadman, "and if you could say you had a girl in camp you'd have no trouble recruiting." In her letter, Robin said: "I am very interested in be- coming a professional hockey player. There's only one prob- LEO SINGER'S lem. Tin a girl." She added that she know there are girls colleges with hockey teams and that she plans Ln go to one. "But if you really enjoy Ihe game where do you go from Looking up from his riilc- book, Cadman mused: "I'm not sure what I'd tell the recruits about body-check- ing." full advantage of his home Hen derson Lake layout to win the Alberta Japanese Canadian golf tournament. Consistency was the name of pame as he tourer] the Lake course in 77 blows Saturday and followed with a 79 Sunday. His two b.'g rounds totalling J56 gave him the JCCA tronhy as provincial champion while his low ncf. of 136 earned him the Silk-0-Lino trophy as well. Tobo wasn't done with his eekend work with just two Irophies. He also captuied the Japanese Consulate trophy and .nchored the Lcthbrid.ee four- .nan learn which won the Mol- son Brewery competition with a gross after 36 holes. Jain- ing Tobo on the championship [earn were Sab Kami, feliig Tskeyasu and Kyoto Shigehirn. Kami, a former tournament winner himself, sharc'i top hon- ors in the championship flight wilh Takeyasu each with a 159. RESULTS CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 1. Sab -erhb'ridge, 3. Jim Oshiro, Taber' i Morj nfv-a, calaary 162. FIRST FLIGHT 1. BUI Tani- fcuchl. Lelhbridpe 2. Al TafcasaM, 'Iciure Bulls "169, 1. Yo Nishimura 71. SECOND FLIGHT 1. Henry Shim- bashi, Draylon Valley 175; 3, Merman Nahamura, Taber 175, X Tak Kano, ater 176. THIRD Leo Furukawa, Taber 17-1; 2. Ken Seloguchi, Taber 176; George Sailo, Lelhbridge 179. FOURTH FLIGHT 1. Ted Kokaji, Edmnnlon 178; 2. Andy Konno, Taber 163: 3. Bob Selcouchi, Lelhbndge IBS. FIFTH FLIGHT 1. Seiko Ml- bi, Calaary 197; 3. Bob Sameshima, Lethbridge SIXTH Ted Ohno, Lelh- bridge 197, 1. Seifi Nishida, Edmon- ton 19B; 3. Mas Ohno. Lelhbridge 205. PURCHASE TIinEE BOSTON (API Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League announced Tuesday the purchase of three players from American Hockey League clubs. They were IcfL winger Ron Boehm of Cleveland, right wingei' Alain Caron of Provi- dence and defenceman Ray For- tin of Hershey. TIMELY SUMMER BUYS AND FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL MEN'S SUMMER JACKETS Windbreaker style Reg. 16.95 CLEARING AT .99 MEN'S IEVIS NUVO FLARES Sla-press, all colors and sizes Reg. 12.95 CLEARING AT .99 LEES SHRINK TO FIT JEANS A good selection 6" Reg. 9.95 CLEARING AT MEN'S NEVER-PRESS GWG PAMTS -1.99 Reg. lo 12.95 CLEARING AT MEN'S ALL-WEATHER COATS lining f 19 With iip-in seasons. Reg. 39.95 SPECIAt all BOYS' ALL-WEATHER COATS Wilh zip-in lining ,99 Reg. 1995 SPECIAL 11 BALANCE OF OUR SPECIAL RACK OF MEN'S SUITS MEN'S CO-ORDINATES MEN'S SPORT JACKETS Reg. values lo 110.00 CLEARING OUT AT____ 19 .99 Be early for first choice Slavich sets league record Mike established a new league record as he blasted two home runs in Ihe same inn- ing of play giving the II ami K Generals a 18-4 victory over the Labor Club in Senior Men's Fastball League action Tues- day night. With Uie score tied 1-1 going into the third inning Iho Gen- erals erupted for eight runs MEN'S WHITE AND COLORED DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS Long slccvntl Reg. 8.00 and 9.00 NOW ONIY 1.99 YOUNG MEN'S BRUSHED COTTON LEVIS 2 lone colors of purple and beige, blue and beige, plnin purple. ft.99 11.95 M.33 SPECIAL 8 BOYS' BATHING TRUNKS Reg lo 4.95 n NOW............A. BAtANCE OF BOYS T-SHIRTS Hog. lo 4.95 NOW....... Packers rest comfortably Packers arc making sure no one will catch them as they in- creased the Country Club golf league lead to 26 points after Tuesday night's play. With 130 points Packers hold a comfortable lead over second place Parsons who trail behind with 114 points. On the other hand Parsons find themselves in Ihe hot scat with Ihe aide of Slavich's two homers lo salt away the vic- tory. In his first attempt Slavich raoped a solo shot over right- centre and came back with a grand .slam home run in his second try over dead centre 240 feet away. Slavich also added a single lo his home nm production. 1 Al Baird fired a four-hitter I fanning nine en ronle lo victory j while Ed Carpenter suffered the loss, but not before giving way lo Dennis Hydyclnik in the four- II] inning. Baird also aided liis cause with three singles wlrilp i Cal O'Brien chipped in with' two singles. Darn! Knibbs managed Ft double oft Baird for the Labor Club. Meanwhile in the second en- counter schedule for Ihe eve- ning Ihe Nil-Mode Homers fail- in the 800 final, and Hick Dow- swell of Sarnia, Ont., was sev- enth in the men's javelin with a loss of 22i feet. Eighl of Ihe 13 events on the women's track program have been recorded, leaving the pen- tathlon the main chance for a Canadian gold medal. "With the exception of Debbie Van Kickebelt, we'll just pin our hopes on the Jong learn manager George Arnold said. The Isll 17-year-old girl from Mississauga, Onl., who sel a North American record of 4.8G5 points in the pentathlon last -May, starts her two-day compe- tition today. "We don't see how anyone else can beat said Arnold. The rivalry between the United Stales and Cuba burr, out in Ihs gymnasium Tuesday when Cuba swept both golds in Ihe men's all-around exercises ending a long period of U.S. domination in Ihe competition. SALVAGE BIIONZE The Canadian team salvaged a bronze in Ihe competition the same placing as the women's learn on Monday. The Cubans already have far surpassed Iheir showing at Win- nipeg when they won only ,.-n-.t fM medals. The are far off their pace ears af In the gold s 'he 1. leads wilh 20 Cuba has II Ida five and Brazil and Una four each after on of 57 events. The U.S. learn icon six of (he eight track and field gold med- als awarded Tuesday night and look anotJier gold in weighllifl- ing. The Cubans won (wo gold in gymnastics two in weightlift- ing and one in shooting. Ja- maica won a pair of golds in the track sprinls Guatemala snared a shooting gold and Co- lombia added a weighllifling gold. Don Quarrie of Jamaica was the first double winner of the Games completing a sweep of I the two men's sprints when he ran away with the 200 metre 119.18 seconds. His clocking equalled Ameri- can Tom mi e Smith's listed world mark for the distance around a curve. Another Jamaican tall Mari- lyn Neiifville won the women's 400 metres in 51.3 seconds. The event is new to the program. Games records were broken or equalled in six track and field events. Exceptions were the 50-kilometre walk and i.hc women's 400 run in the Games I for the first time. U.S. winners in the big main stadium were Ralph Mann in the 400-metre hurdles, Larry Young in the 50-kilometre walk, Ken in the 800 metres, Arnie Robinson in the long jump. Can1 Feldmann in the men's javelin, and Miss Davis in the short sprint, lition today. "We don't see how anyone can beat said Ar- ed lo field a team against Dallas Cowboys and forfeited the coniest. slimes in Canuck loss 2.29 NEW ARRIVALS IN FlAG TANK TOPS AND LEVIS SHIRTS LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOY'S WEAR 214 Slh STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 as Gentlemen III, Dcny's and resume (oniglit nt Ulydalo follow close behind I 7 P-nl lllc Contractors EO with 11.1, 111 and 110 points ITS- aSaillsl chlb j ppriivcly. In last nipht's action Logan cnrncd lllc low honors as lie fired n Heny's. Low net scorn lo Slot Arnason of C1IKC a the low team not score wo i bv lienv's wilh Brent gross for The Hcny's foursome includ- ed lxjp.an, Fred Pills. Ted Lan renoe and Tmn Hudson, COUNTRY cum p'arwn-, Gnillcmcn III.......... nrny's...................Ill Ulydfllo...................no ..................1M fCL PASO, Tex. (API It KIT inn Day Tuesday and thousands turned oul lo welcome their favorile son. had; liniiio for Ihe fir.sl time si HIT his sweep ni the Anicii- [cnn. Canadian and British open Jfjl golf tillos. "1 Iliouiihl I had hud some thrills, like winning the United Imp leading the way, led States Open or tile British, mil this is just Trevino after a L'0-car moturcad? 'CJ clnwiiiimn Kl Paso and ama moml alicv.d 50-18 with 9jl neighboring Juarez, Mexico. I less than nine nu'iiulos lo play. Despite an lii-point perform- ance by Tim Tollestrup of Ray- mond, Canada's national has- kclball team was eliminated (rom further play in Ilic Pan- American Games currently be- ing held in Call. Columbia. Panama nipped Ihc Canadians to sideline the Nationals. The defeat Iho. second in three starts for the Nationals while Panama and Argentina shared the lead in their five team preliminary group wilh 20 rccoids. Argentina had pre- viously downed Canada. The Canadians, wilh Tolles- al half time and were on lop most of Iho second half before running out of steam when Pan. HIGA'S ANNUAL SUMM BACK-TO-SCHOOL BARGAINS DRESS AND CASUAL SLACKS 3.00 Reg. to 1 Rack Reg. lo 1 Rack 519.95 Selection Of Dress and Casual SLACKS NYLON SQUALL JACKETS SHOES Alferarions Extra I Reg. lo WW EACH T-Shirts Reduced By SPORT AND DRESS BARGAIN TABLES TABLE TABLE Miscellaneous rnercnandise Regular Vnlur; to TABLE Miscellaneous Merchandise Regular Values to Miscellaneous Merchandise Regulnr Values to TASLE Miscellaneous Merchandise :egular Values to S12.95 ALL SALES CASH NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES MEN'S BOYS7 WEAR 406 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE 327-7610 ;