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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Worlncstltty, August S, 1970------------ Foreman Batters Canadian Champ Chuvalo Lasts Three SWARMIN' FOREMAN-Sweat flies -from George Chu- valo as George Foreman, right, batters him into a cor- ner. Foreman won on a third-round technical knockout. Canadian Sivim Finals End Five Medals Adorn Bob Kastiiu WINNIPEG (CP) Byron I rensrd of 53.44, was clocked at McDonald missed his target by 157.7 :n the 'heals. His former Ca- nadian record was 57.6 seconds. He said after the heats "it's too bad (Juan) Bello left. He's one of the few guys who has a better all-time time in the 100- metre fly. With him pushing me I'd have a better cliance at the record." Bello, of Peni, winner of three gold and: three silver medals, three-tenths of a secnd Tues- day night, but still lowered his Commonwealth ami Canadian Closed records in the 109-metre butterfly as the Canadian Open swimming championships ended here. Despite the record-breaking performar.ce .sf 57.3 seconds, the 18-year-old resident of Chicago was still undecided about the American Nationals. Winner of a Commonwealth Games gold medal in the butterfly, Mc- Donald has been the U.S. championships all week. "I'm trying for 57 he said before the finals. "If I make it I'll enter the American nationals. I'd be in the high 57's there which should be ckay." Flowing the final, Ihe double gold-medalist at this competi- tion, said he "may yet enter the Nationals." "I'd only enter one event and I may be able to stretch my peak a little longer. But that would be a he said re- ferring to the time since he hit bis stride for the games in Ed- inburgh, Scotland. McDonald, who set a games Royals Second In Soccer Loop Angelo Mauro scored three times for Lethbridge Royals as they blanked the University of Calgary 7-0 in Inter-City Soccer League action Monday. The victory moved the Hoy- als into sole-possession of sec- ond place in the league with four games left to play. Envin Adderley added a pair of goals for the winners while singletons went to John Strop- nik and Dennis Balazs. Herb jYomradas picked up the shut- out. withdrew following competitions Monday night, apparently headed back to California to train for the U.S. Nationals. Bob Kasting of Lethbridge then began pushing McDonald although McDonald said "1 know I can beat him." chased him to a fast 50 metres and set up McDonald for the run at the record. Kasting, a Commonwealth Games competitor wound up the competition here with five med- gold and three silver The total was second among the men only to Belio's collection. Angela CcugMan of Burling- ton, Ont., emerges as the top in- dividual gold medal winner with four. She picked up her ftoa1 victory in Hie 800-metre free- style, easily beating Leslie Clif! of Vancouver aind Bandi Bjune of Port Alberni, B.C. Miss Caughlam's clock- ing gave her a sweep of the four freestyle events, having won the 100-, 200- and 400-metre dist- ances earlier. Yoshimi Nishigawa of Japan also took four gold medals tome, but one was for a relay victory. Her third individual gold came in the 200-metre LEO SINGER'S Firsf fo Leo Singers to Jake advantage of these great buys then back to school! WINDBREAKERS Ideal for Back-to-School. Choose from nylon or cotton shell styles. Assorted colors. Men's Sizes: 38 to 46. Boys' Sizes: 10 to IS............. off SELECTION OF BOYS' PANTS 3-99 Reg. io 5.98. Choose from stripes, or checks. plains MEN'S LONG SLEEVE STRIPED DRESS SHIRTS French cuff. Color blue or shrimp. Sizes 15 to 16K. 699 MEN'S LOAFERS Assorted styles. Black only. Reg. to 22.50. MEN'S LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Plain colors. French cuff. SUMMER KNIT T-SHIRTS Assorted styles. off TIES Discontinued Lines. Reg. to 3.50 each. YOUR CHOICE 3 CANVAS SNEAKERS Broken size range. 1.99 Reg. 5.98 MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Soft or button down collars. Assorted patterns. Reg. to 11.95. GYM SHORTS Cotton. Colons white, beige or olive. Sizes 8 to 12 only. PAIR OW Men's Hid Boys' Wear 214 5th Street S. Phono 327-3958 breaststroke, as she outsprinted teammate Hitomi Tanigawa in the final 50 metres. Mayumi Aold of Japan won her second individual aral third overall gold medals in liie 100- metre butterfly. Her time of gave her the over teammate Moriko Asa-no and Lesley Booth of St. Catharines, Ont. NEW YORK (CP) George Chuvalo must have known it was coming. Chuvalo had just suffered a third-round technical knockout Tuesday night at the hands of young George Foreman and the press was gathered in the post- fight interview area with both fighters. "Will you have any more was one of the first questions directed at him. was the terse reply from the veteran Canadian heavyweight champion from To- ronto who has been asked the same question more times than he would like to remember over the years. "I have a lot of tilings to think he said later in the dressing room, answering the same question again, "but I don't have any plans for retir- ing." Foreman, former Olympic heavyweight champion from Hayward, Calif., picked up his 22nd straight victory without a loss and his 19th knockout when referee Arthur Merc ante stopped the fight at of the third round. It was only the sec ond time Chuvalo had beer stopped. Foreman had scored repeat- edly from the beginning of the fight with sharp left jabs anc drove Chuvalo against the ropes with a looping left in the third. He then uncorked a beautiful left hook to Chuyalo's head which did most of the damage. BACKED INTO CORNER The 21-year-old Foreman then threw every punch in the book at Chuvalo, who did not appear able to fight back. Some of F o r e m a n's punches missed, however, and Chuvalo escaped further punishment only to find himself backed into his own cor- ner seconds later. After Fore- man pounded Mm some more, the referee stopped the fight. "It most certainly should not have been Chuvalo said. "I was hit with some good punches, but I wasn't hurt. He (Foreman) was just blowing off steam. I think they were a bit premature in stopping it. An- other round or so and I would've started catching on." Chuvalo is 32 and this was his 77th fight in a long and varied Ewbank Looks For Namath HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) Wanted: Quarterback, Hair length no problem. But must answer to name Joe Namath. Contact Wefib Ewbank, coach New York Jets. Right now Namath, at least to the Jets, is less a first- string quarterback than a missing person. Lethbridge Wins Opener MOOSE JAW (CP) Mooss Jaw, the defending champion, trounced Revelstoke, B.C. 22-6 and Lethbridge edged Calgary 6-5 in the opening round of the Western Canada Senior Little League playoffs Tuesday. The winner of the five-team, double knockout series will meet the eastern champion for the Canadian title. Pitchef Gary Stein of Moose Jaw allowed five hits in the game, called at the top of the fifth because the defending champions were more than the needed 10 runs ahead. Eevelstoke scored two runs In the top of the first but Moose Jaw came back in the bottom of the inning with five runs, got seven more in the second, three more in the third anc seven more in the fourth. Geoff Montgomery, son of the Moose Jaw coach, had a double and three singles in four times at bat for five RBI's and led the 14-hit attack. David Kepler, Jim Breit and Mark Birruck shared pitching for Revelstoke. Lethbridge was leading 5-2 going into the seventh in the other game but Calgary then scored three runs. Lethbridge came back with three consecu- tive singles and got the winning run on an error. Ken Kurtz was the winning pitcher in relief for Ross Wake- lin. Mark Davis took the loss. Edmonton had a bya Tues- day. It. plays Lethbridge today and Calgary meets Revelstoke. The National Football League players strike has ended, and most of the Jet veterans have started work- outs at the Jets' Hofstra Uni- versity training base. But in the dressing absence is marked by the un- used No. 12 green mesh jersey and bright white shoes. Meanwhile, the phone calls go out in endless procession. New York, Boston, Miami, wherever he might be. But there is no Joe Namath. MYSTERY DEEPENS Where is he? Is Ewbank angry? What's Namath up to? Has he cut his hair? All those questions are kicked around as coaches, players, media people await his arrival. Ewbank, publicly at least, Contractors Post Easy Victory The1 Contractors picked up a convincing 9-1 win over the Marquis Hotel and the M and K Generals gained a decisive 13-G victory against the Labor Club in Commercial Fastball action last evening. Ron Z a s a d n y gained the mound Verdict for the Contrac- tors over Sig Dobler who did the'pitching for Marquis. For the Contractors Garth Lamb and Dwayne Berbers stroked out two singles apiece and Zasadny aided his own cause with a double.' George Jackci, Smokey Homo and'LeKoy Conine poked two singles in a losing cause. In the second game Ken Fer- geson who was relieved by Dennis Allen in the fifth inning picked up the win. Greg Binnings started tha game fof the Labor Club, but needed help from Dennis Hydy- chuck who in turn gave way to Tom Yip. Binnings was nailed with the loss. George Gross .led the Gener- als at the plate as he rapped a triple, a double and a single, while Grant Frier drove in three runs with the bases loaded along with two singles. Bobby Balazs chipped in with two doubles. For the Labor Club Bob Setoguchi managed two singles in a losing effort. Action tonight will have the Dallas tangling ;he ROMP at 7 p.m. while the Lsthbridge Hotel will meet Nu- Mode Homes at Both will be staged at the Dave Elton Fastball park. career winch has included a heavyweight championship bout with Muhammad All and a crack at the World Boxing Asso- ciation title in Toronto against Ernie Terrell. He lost both and had been hoping to defeat Fore- man in a bid for one last crack at the title. Almost unmarked but ob- viously dispirited, Chuvalo mur- mured in his dressing room that "I will have to re-evaluate my when pressed about his future plans. But then he perked up and1 said: "I don't have any plans for quitting. Chuvalo now has a record of 59 victories, 16 losses and two draws. He has knocked out 51 of his opponents. ANDY CAPP MET'THE PICTURES) VER CAN'T BE ELRICH TIRE iRT SCOR NATIONAL LEAGUE East Horseshoe Tournament Coming Up The Southern Alberta Horse- shoe Championships are slated or Satufday August 8 at the ndian Battle Park. Both the doubles and singles champion ships are up for jrabs. Trophies will be given to the winners and runners-up of both events. The doubles championship Pittsburgh New York Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal W L Pet. GBL West 75 40 SJ 51 .53! .514 .J67 ,aa MS AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 55 .68! .564 .48] 13 22 22 57 3l'A Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco Houston ......47 61 San Diego .....43 it TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Pappas 6-4 and Gura 0-1 a! Montreal Nye 3-2 at Renko 6-7 TwI-N Philadelphia Wise 9-B at Pittsburgh Walker 7-3 N New York Gentry 7-6 at St. Louis Carlton 604 N Atlanta Sione 7-B at Los Angeles Foster 6-9 N Houston Wilson 4-5 at San Diego Wil- son 0-2 N Cincinnati McGlothlln Il-S it San Francisco Reberqer 3-4 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco SOT 2M 311-11 1! Los Angeles 000 001 4 12 Marichal (6-91 and Dlatz: Sufton Norman Pena (7) and Hal- ler. HRs: Dlctl Mays SudaFUs Cincinnati San Diego S84-1! 1! 1 Merritt and Bench; Dobson Herbal Dukes Bald- schun (8) and Cannizzero. HRs: Cin- cinnati, Tolan Carbo Mer- ritt Bench San Diego, Can- Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota Oakland California Milwaukee Kansas Cily Chicago 67 57 57 53 52 49 West 6fi Pet. .632 .543 .538 .510 39 71 .641 .561 .541 .367 .364 .355 13 ISVa IBVj 2'! 30'A TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Dobson 12-10 at Kansai City Drago 6-9 N California Bradley M Milwaukee Brabender 5-13 at Chlca- ID Magnuson 0-2 N Washington Shellenback 4-3 at troit Lolich 9-12 N New York Stottlemyre 0-9 at Cltva- land McDowell 16-5 N Boston Slebert 11-J at Baltimore Palmer 14-7 N TUESDAY'S RESULTS Mllwaukea 001 WO a 7 Q Minnesota IQQ 592 Bolln Gelnar Humphreys [7) and Roof; Blyleven (6-3) and Mtt- Kansas city 000 lofl 1 t I Chicago 000 110 7 1 Butler Filzmorrls (7) and Rodriguez; John (10-12) and Joseph- son. HRs: Chl-0'Brien Royals Alone In First In Lethbridge Minor Soccer' the Royals picked up a 3-1 vie- tory over the North Star.s to put them alone in first spot. Joe Mauro once again shone for the Royals as he potted in two goals while Peter Duckett booted in the Insurance marker. For the North Stars David Jackson averted Ihe shutout with the lone score. i maintains an even disposition when pestered about Namath's whereabouts. He acknowledges having hied to reach him and admits "I would have liked to have him play about quarter Saturday night" when the Jets open their exhibition season against Buffalo Bills at Birmingham, commence at 11 a.m. white 'UK oinslcB will follow right after. Registration will begin -at 10 a.m. at the Indian Battle Park for the double knockout affair August 8. Entry fees were stated as one dollar for singles competition while the doubles will run at two TOO 9K 1 1 Montreal 200 coo wo- 2 i 1 Veale and May; Marshall Stoneman (7) and Batsman. HR: Robertson Atlanta 200 201 6 12 fl Houston 000 000 M 1 5 1 Jarvls Wilhelm and KInq? Cook Griffin (4) Lemastsr (7) Dllauro (9) and Edwards. HR: All-Gonzalez St. Lous 101 all 3 11 1 Philadelphia ooo mi wo- 2 g o Reuss Taylor (7 and Torre; Short (8) and Ryan. HRs: st.L-c. Taylor Phlla-Browne Chicago MO 0 i 0 New York 200 001 490 Decker Regan (7) and Ryan (HI and 010 000 1 3 I Brunet, Brown (7-0) Knowles ffi and Rosebortv Casanova McLa n Hiller (9) and Price. HKs Rodriguez Allen California 000 CM 3 T Oakland 010 030 4 4 Wright Tatum Fisher (8; and Azcu'e; Odom Grant LIndblad Locker Roland (9, nd Duncan. New York 001 000 7 3 Cleveland 120 020 6 10 0 Kline (1-3) Keklch Waslewskl 7) and Munson; Hargan (4-2) anc Fosse. HRs: Clevs-Pinson Boston 000 OH aitfmore 300 101 5 1 Gulp Brett Lyle (8) and Moses; AAcNally and Hendrlcks. HRs: Kennedy Blair 2) Minoi The Norcrest Pirates bombed the Lakeside Tigers 10-0 in the City Little League playoffs last Ball Scott Jarvie picked up the first game of the best out of three scries allowing only one hit off him while the Pirates managed seven hits off Paul Byrne who took the loss. Jarvie and Reno Trentini paced the Norcrest club with each rapping out a double and a single. Guy McNabb managed the lone hit off Jarvia for the Tigers. The second game of the playoffs is slated for Wednesday August J5 at the Lakeside park commencing at KELLY HI SPRINGFIELD SPBINGFIIUJ .-TIKES FAMoUS FOR Metcalfe, Craik Combine To Win Aileen Metcalfe and Gary Craik combined talents Monday to win the Henderson Lake junior two-ball tournament. Metcalfe and Craik bested the twosome of Carol Andrea-chuk and Leroy Kalicum. There was a lack of gals in the one-day event so the bnys played a two-bail tourney as well. Lawrence Loula and Bill Brown won out over Peter Reedy k and Ed Gnandt. Reedyk and Gnandt won a special competition as they had the least 149x26 6 ply TIRES 7950 SPOT SWARENDORF, Germany (AP) Charles Richards of Ta-coma, Wash., won the 300-metre freestlye swim event Tuesday to put the United States in third place over-all in the world pentathlon 1 6 Experienced Automobile Required Immediately Due to our plans io move to our new premises January 1st, 1971, wo require 3 experienced salesmen immediately. Apply in person to I. D. FOSTER Soles Manager DUNLOP FORD SALES 1718 3rd. AVENUE ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE lit Av. South or ;