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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Vour-duy show romps up today wilh iinah in (ill evenls 5, 1972 THI IFTHtRIDGt HERALD Cardston in lead as sites near an end ANNUAL MARK TEN Pishing Derby lias been established in Alberta, it was announced today by Benson ami Hedges Tobacco Company. The derby, set up in co-operation with the Al- berta Fish and Came Association, offers 10 trophies including the outstanding JJy fisherman trophy and the Brand trophy for the Mark Ten Champion Angler. Tom O'Kecfe, president of the Alberta Fish and Came Association, said in an open letter to bis mem- bers: "I urge you to support the Mark Ten Fish- ing Derby and make every effort to encourage your members to register and participate. This is the first annual Mark Ten Fishing Derby, and subject to the degree of success we enjoy, this could we be the highlight of this and future fishing seasons." To be eligible, contestants must register the largest fish caught in the following categories: Brook, Rain- bow and Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Whilefisli, Northern Piiie, Walleye and Perch. All catches must be verified on a government scale and caught between May and December 1. They should be registered with the Derby Control one week after the closing (late. WHILE THE WEST COAST is teaming with anglers this weekend looking for that first prize in the World Salmon Championships, two other salmon derbies have been announced. One is at Port Alberni in B.C., while the other is sponsored by the City of (Aldington in Michigan. It has a tag for first prize. 'Hie Ludington salmon arc echoes that were in- troduced into the Great Lakes along the American shores and the salmon have now spread to Cana- dian waters. For some time there was no sign the co hoes. Now they are breaking water every- where. The Alberni derby is just another name for the three-day Labor Day weekend derby sponsored by the Alberni Valley Tycc Club. FOR SOUTHERN AUBERTA this weekend, best spots are the high lakes in the those that have been the ones in terton Lakes National Park. Tyroll's Lake was producing fairly well some 10 days ago, but the hot weather has brought on a real surge in weed growth. Along with an exceptional- ly heavy growlh of algae, it is now almost impossible to wet a line in the lake. Golden trout are being taken quite regularly in Barnaby Ridge Lakes. A couple of anglers must still be talking to themselves as far as the goldens are concerned. Officers caught Ihe hvo right at the lakes the day before the opening of the season. If it's the lower elevations that arc your favorite, Ihe Oldman River is hot again when it comes to goldeye. The goldeyes arc showing up along the en- tire river. Race results I) y PAT SULLIVAN lltralil Sports WrikT Other regions competing in the four-day event include City of L u 1 1] h r i d g o, _ liOW ISLAM) (Staff) Hid- 1 county, alonj; on the 51-point per for ma new of their pilch loams the Municipal District of t'iirclslon uppuiinxl on its way to a Uiird consecutive South- ern Alberta Summer Games crown. Wilh only tennis, golf, trap- shoot, R mall bore and bnrse- shofi finals left Cardston is in the lead wilh County of Warner close behind in second. This hy.c, been the finish of the Games since its inception in 1970. Card.slon first, Warner second. In third place after Fri- day act ion was County of Forty-Mile. M a x dibit, Summer (lames director, had Cartl.sl.on -with 39 points at Ihe completion ol swimming, track and div- and equestrian, Cardston garnered points in swimming for a first place finish. They were also first in KquesLrian and leading in slow pitch. They were third in the standings after the finals of track and field, diving and archery. Warner led the way !n diving and archery while Forty-Mile opped the list in track and field with 399 points, Warner picked up a second In track and field with 3R3 points and a t h i r d in equestrian wilh 85. Forty-Mile were holding their own until the equestrian ev- ents. They managed only 23 points in the riding. Municipal District of Tnber, with a day today, could overtake the three leaders but chances are slim. Tnber was second In swi tu- rning and in slow pitch but were not too successful in track and field giving the leadens Pinchcr Creek. Crow.snest Pass dropped out lor the 1972 Games. An experimental z.one this year is Medicine IIuL. Heading into today's finals the now region had points in only three events. They picked up 18fl in track and field, four in diving and two in equcslri- an. In Friday's slow pitch action Cardston won its tlilrd straight title as they topped the field in women's open play, They had earlier won the girls' titlo as well as the boys'. They were expected to win the men's title this afternoon and strengthen their hold on their third title. One other final set for today is special golf. Competitors TCNNI5 Boyi 18 i must IKJ 55 years of age and over. It was added this year, according to (Jibh "To give yet arother tft'oup (.f south, Alber- u chance lo compete in llni (James." Tho were established three years ago wills the Idcy You can't, say many officials of mass participation. "I think we proved it once said (lihb Friday eve- iiing, "How much more partici- pation can you get than competitors'.'" directly involved in the Games. Hut Cardston officials, if they are given Ihe chance, say they can. One official even went so far as lo say they have all the facilities but track and field in ground. They managed points. slim FDMONTOH from Northlands Park S I OppoSv -rHJay nifihl. rfin I riFTH IMOG, claiming, 4 yosr oldi r.nrf 1( Tribal Council (Combs) P.M 5.90 1.80, It's fHnvricO is.tn 460, Sullnn'i Diary 1.90. limp: Prince Go, ScvjaUn, Irish Sodely, t if.nr Boy, Klnq Ol Trie AlpA fllid ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year 1 raters. Eonrj S.M 3.40 I.AC, Able Bird fPhelnn) 1700 5.10, Canrtlla RrxJy Time: l-i Mr. Chinos Hiytfn, Olrj Time rti-.o Mn. Trfltk scratch: Duel DAfLY DOUBLE: 137.40 3 ye. olds, 7 fui Pflvey's (Norrlsl 7.11 8.1D, 7he S'ckcr fGnltJ) -150 J ID, it ha (Phelan) 3.ID, 3S Tlcfcf'! Your Tflncy. Frlr.r 's Forblunged, Gono CranfieM flUc irouffer 11.70 l tO 3 ulna (A, Arnold) 4 00 160, F tag RcACrion (Indfl) 5.00. Tlmi: Hungry hawk. Reserved S p c P rt. 51or, TecJts, Coal Di-il also ran. EXACTORl 1-13.10. SIXTH Canadian Derby 1rlal, J year ofrts, miles. IR. Arnold) 1J 70 3 80 3SO, Victor (Kipling) 3 I iilrt've (J. ArnoldJ Timo: 1-5 Fort iVivrrs, Coji-iplolr, Jamitt Vie- lory. Demon's Demon, Summer Beau SEVENTH Canadian Derby Trial, year Reyfll Point 3.SO EO, CTV, CBC join forces TORONTO (CP) 'nic Cana- dian Television network and Canadian Broadcasting Corpo- ration's InlevLsion an- nounced Friday a joint agree- ment for televising the Canatta- HiLssia exhibition hockey scries. In a jninL statement, the net- works said tliey would pool their fncilities and productioi staff to produce all cighl The CTV network will carry (lie opening game Sept. 2 from j Montreal, the third game Sept r, from Winnipeg and Barnes from Moscow Sept 22 iir.d 20. Tlio CBC network will ca tlie Scpl. 4 game from Toronto Sept. 8 f rom Vane on ve r a nt Moscow games Sept. 24 and 28 Tlie CBC I'Yench network wll PHITV all eijilif gatiiC'S. ]''osler is UK; play-hy rommeiitalor fttr all Eng li.sh broadcasts while Rene Caviilicr broiidcasls on the I-'rcnch network, 'ynocti, Creek; 3. Ti :lhbndgc. jys IB And under Doublet 1. Tim Jos1, LeUibrlJgo, Gary Fong t-1h bridge; 2. Bub Grynock, Peftr AtEflhanry, 3, David ong, James Feng, Inter, it and under 1. WiOfia Karren, Cardslon; 3. Fern ore, VJIIlow Crc-ok; 3. Vlckl Archi Bid. Willow Creek. -Iris 11 and under-------Doublet 1. Fern gwc, Roxle DeGinnus, Wll- Creek; 2. Roberla Gruninser fhor Cardsfor Clara Taylor, Lclhbrldge 8 ana under Mixed Doublet 1. Jl.-n VanWyck, Roxle DeGlnnui, Creek; Mono Karren, Kelvin ado, Cardilon. Doyi U and uniJtr SInglM 1. lom AIM on, Cafdstcnr !arp, PIncher Creek; 3, Jack. Lemirc Villov; Creek. oyi U and under Doublet I. Jack Lemire, Randi Gunderson billow Croek; 2. Tom Alston, {flyr.ei, Cardstonr 3 Perry Luchia,