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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETKBR1DGE HERALD TuoiJuy, A'J.juil 8, 'Bow hlnnd ijuiet after hosting four-day event keep Qames' flag this year HOW It may not (Speciall the nrigituil Southern Alberla Summer dunes flag Inil it still belongs to Municipal nislricl o( Card- eUm. H seems Hie only way to Uic C allies' fliifi from Coni-slou ;md contingent of athletes is lo steal iho "We have no idea wlicrc Uiu explained the Summer Games. "We kind il when llio Gamus were set to under way but now it is missing." flng has gotten one offieial of (..'imlslun competitors rion't seem ID mind nil tliat imicli. for (ho (bird time they ore Iho aggregate champions ot the Summer (lames. And for the lliird lime In as ninny years Hie C'ounly ot War- ner was the nmner-up. 'limlesmaids, never t li e muttered one Warner athlete alter they finished 10 aggregate poinls Iwhind Card- ston in thn running. Third place went to the host forty-Mile team. County ol Hutton heavy., C'ardstou won their third flag with a flurry on the last day ircaklng up n tight duel willi Warner and Forly-Mile. At (ho conclusion of aclion Friday Cardston had (he lead on Ihe slrcnglh of its slow pilch (cams. It was fell, by some, that if they could Iw stopped in senior men's slow pitch they >uld beaten. Bui like (rue champions, (he Cardston crew pulled nil (he stops and in anihusb- fashion won two events they weren't expected lo take (he title. Since Hie start of the (James in Pindier Creek in 1970, Card- stou has held tlio flag. The 1971 were staged in Clares- locals fared well i RETAIN GAMES' FLAG leroy Walker, left, recreation director far ihe Municipal District of Cardston, accepts the unofficial Southern Alberta Summer Games flag from Del Cleland, regional director for Forty-Mile. The original Games' flag, Cardston has won every year, was stolen. (Walter Kerber Pholo) Must stop Stamps' defence Bombers seekin WINNIPEG fCP) Kalph Ilutton of Ocean Kails, B.C., has represented Canada in two Olympic Games, whining a sil- ver intxlal in 19615. Now 24, IIuHon wants more than anything to ho on the Ca- nadian Olympic swimming team for a third time, But he has a weight problem ami failed Monday lo set a record at the Canadian, swimming championships and Olympic trials. Other swimmers Imt- t e r e (3 two British Com- monwealth, six Canadian find three age-group marks. HuUon went on a diet that helped him lose ;JO pounds in the last six weeks, dropping liis weight lo 195 pounds. "I'm not on the diet now be- cause H was making me n little the still-chubby Hulton said Monday after finishing second in Ihe 2M-metro freestyle final at Hie Canadian swimming diainpirmdiips and OUmpic trials. "But 11 I'm se- lf for the team, I could probably a 111) t h e r 10 'YOUNGER NOT T1ETTKK' I mtton, who won one gold and five silver medals at the Fan-Am Gcunta, refuses to believe the younger swimmers are better than lie, "f s'jtl hold tha Canadian records. Until someone beats them I don't believe they are better than mo. Even I hough I can't equal those times myself right now, tills morning I swarn the fastest 200-metre freestyle in Canada this year. "I believe that if I were to lose another 10 or 15 pounds Lake-wood, Calif., the winner in 1 t) 0 3 y ami MaeKenzie's Wenciy Kittling and Lome Ketnmett, of the Ixulhbridgo Amateur Swim Club took part in the weekend meet. Knsling wa? sixth in the 200- metre backstroke while Kern- melt was fourth in the breast- slroke. Tho Canadian Olympic swim- ming team Is lo he selected upon completion of the four-day competition. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Winnipeg's offensive line is planning to show the hometov.Ti faas it can handle the Calgary Stampeder defence in a West- ern Football Conference game tonight, In the night's only other scheduled game, British Colum- bia Lions entertain Hamilton Tiger Cats ir. an interlocking Canadian Football League con- test Vancouver. Affectionately known in Win- nipeg as the Flogs, the Bomber offensive line of Chuck Harri- son, Bob Lucck, Bob Swift, Chuck Liebrock and Bill Frank COMING SOON CHUCKLES are out to avenge a 31-7 loss in .Ireir" season opener last week Calgary. the defeat, Winni- peg coach Jim Duncan said Stampeder middle linebacker Wayne Harris wasn't blocked all night, but the offensive line U ready for the second meeting this season. Frank says: "The Hogs know we can handle the Stamps be- cause we think we're better than they are." Despite the lop-sided score, Spavital said he felt the Bomber defence played particu- larly well at times, displaying a lot of hustle and promise, and credited Calgary with having the best team in the CFL. Calgary, on the otiier band, Is confident of v.inninr! counter, having beaten Winni peg three times in their tast four games. Both clubs plan to go basic- ally with the same lineups used ,n the opening contest. The Stampeders will be with- out defensive back Terry Wil- son, placed on the 30-day in- jured list .igaments, with and strained possibly knee line- and go into training T reach my best lirnc.s again. The problem is losing those 10 or ]a pounds." Hutton finished (lie freestyle in in tile morn- backer Dave Crahac with knee problems. AM.EN MAY PLAY RookJe punter Don MouJton '.s expected to replace Wilson in the secondary and Jim Furlong could start if Crabbe still is hurting, Three Ottawa Rough Rider Barclay Allen, former I-ion Lach Heron and Mel are in carnp for a fivo-day trial and could see action. The Ti-Cats plars no great changes in the lineup edged Saskatchewan Rough- riders 20-17 in their opener last Monday. ing heats, a time that the fastest by a Canadian [his year until the evening finals when he finished second to fan T.TacK- enzie, a native of Ocean Falls, B.C., now living in Vancouver. MacKenzic finished in Hutton in The event was one of two that failed to produce a record of some sort. Donna Marie Gurr of Van- couver won the 100-melre back- stroke in and Eric Kish of Medicine Hat, his preliminary heat in both] Canadian and Commonwealth records. Fish managed only a In the final, however, finishing third behind Clayton Evans of Aiidreacliuk traded to Centennials KKGINA (Special) The Western Canada Hockey Lea- gue look steps Monday lo of Us weaker members when Vancouver ES'als r.nd Victoria Cougars re- ceived rights to nine players during a special league draft, Three trades were announced at the meeting, which also set Iho W72-73 schedule. Calgary sent Ken Gassoff to Medicine Hut for Randy An- dreachuk and Edmonton trad- 1 Brad Kota to Vancouver for Ken Kozak. Andrcachuk was a member of tlio I-othbridge Sugar Kings of Iho Alberta Junior Hockey Lenguc last year, Vancouver also was Involved in a second trade, sending Jim Kankin lo Brandon for Don Murdoch, a brother of Bob, The 68-game schedule wil open Oct. 5 with Victoria a' N'cw Westminster nnrl will em March 2t> with Edmonton Westminster. The WCIIL also announcer Ihr.t a referees1 training camp NATIONAL LEAGUE Lasl I, Pel. GBL More sport page 10 on will lie held in Calgary starting Kepi. 16 and that Dick Chubcj of Calgary mil be returning a league statistician. Mais, who finished last In tit western division of the 12-team circuit, had first selection am took Boh Murdoch from Bran don Wheat Kings. Cougnrs, fifth-place finisher in Ihe west, selected Greg Ster from Medicine flat Tigers a their first choice. Vancouver, which draftee only four playrs compare with five by Victoria, the picked Rick Winkler from lie gina Pats, Tim Peck from Ca gary Centennials, and Brian Ar nold from Swift Current Bron co.s. Victoria's other choices wer Don Dziavik from Saskatoo Blades, Peter Morris from Emts with 10 points in ning, 18.5 in slow pilch, M in rack and field, 10 in cqucslri- m, horseshoes and golf, nine n tcnnLi, oight in archery, ;Rven in diving and small bore and three in Irap .shooting, Warner earned in track, .3 in swimming, 10 in diving, archery, nnrl small bore, nine n trapshooting: and horseshoes, a.S In slow pitch, eight in rian, five in golf and four in ennis. Forty-Mile picked up 19 In track, 15 In slow pitch, 14 in swimming, JO in trap, nine in small bore, 8.5 in diving, eight Zook added finish the juvenile javelin with a throw of Boh J'arkyn in fourtli spot at 1-12 Ill junior men's discus r'rcd Sommcr was fourth a lioavc of Com pel.! tors from WinnI peg to Victoria took p.irl in the ev- ent. AMERICAN VI OUflf _____ IS Voik 4r Pel .avo .510 .SOS TODAY'S GAMES Dclfdf Wl'-h (18-7) aF Pclcrion U3.ll) Clcviland Chiunr.ion (.Ml) n mi) fll San Francisco SI Mid (31, TH N-.V YCJ-V: t5fl) (1013) MONDAY'S RESULTS Mlanla COO 1 t 1 Clncinnall OSO W3 9 12 1 RfryJ Harflin (51 r.rrncr (ft) anrl 5 5) flM HRs: New York ICO 000 001 DOO 1 1 SI- Louis 100 1M GOO OOQ 0 -ravcr, WcGraw (.f-S) (7) And ion, Sccui O-l) Ml> nr.'J Slmmcnt. in lior.scshoes, six in archery, anrt four in equestrian and tlircc iii tennis, In orrter of finish after the top three regions were Taher 91, City rif IxjlhhridKe 79, Wil- low Creek 78.5, Pinclicr Creek anrl County of 511 and Medicine Hat 34. The Summer Games motto of Mass Pa rli cioation1' never more evident tlinn this time armmd as helior than athletes took part in the Games. "Just said Max Wo mif-ht have hit 2, 003 h ad t h e C rows n esl stayed in." Crow.sncst Pnss was given a year's leave of absence frnm participation. Hosts for the 1973 Summer Games will not bo announced until later in the year. Card- ston Is champing at tlic lut to host the Games, As one Cardsttm official put it, 'I think we dcscrvtj it. Yorlr 1? Chlcaao 2 i Clrtilr.nari 3 Liui? ft Philadelphia 0 Los Angeles 6 San Diego 0 SATURDAY'S RESULTS 7 4 aniai at CalHor- MONDAY'S RESULTS iklsrd U-O Oil O'XV- 778 miai Cfly CM 4C.O 4 9 1 Hitler MJ-S) Lf.rkcr (7) nn'J Draqnn (813) end illlrnorc UiQ CM ill TOO 1 7 (i) (7J and HR: .MO BOO B 6 in CC1 000 lisa tjcnrifirr. Henntrjnn (3-D (7) flrd is; 18) II' v- er prfcri and Fiik. MRi lit. SUNDAY'S RESULTS eland DelroH fl-61 York (0-4) Chicago Utt-7) Texfli (1-1) OaVland (tl) Mlnncsoln (3 i) lalllornlii f-! 31 Cily (JS) ATUR DAY'S RESULTS QnHflrrt 0 InslWl 6 3 A Mr77 York 0 >e1rcil -i Clevclflnrl 3 D, Allen, CH 347 107 oll.i, KC Jl IIS Flsk, .....1U iJ tf .304 Ocrry, Cnl .......3'-l 3? W .30 victcrl and jaili-d fur Hirers years, for tolibery. In rdiu.wl from j.iison, .WarhfMt I'M nf-d lo Mir- ring. His success 'jnirk. He won his first profes- sional fights, (hn first 10 by knockouts, and quickly became the. World Jioxing Association's No. heavyweight con- tender. His fighting weight of 21X1 pounds wits somewhat less than many of his foes, hut from to Iiif.2 he was feared bo- cause of his and hitting ability. STOPPED HY SWKDB flis first loss was a one-round kriockout by Sweden's fngemar Johansson in irai. Two years Inli-r lie went a full 12 rcnir.ds a riecision lo soon- champion Sonny I.islon. I'.ul menial problems plagued him arid in IW2 he was admil- led to Napa Stale Hospital for treatmml. of what authorities said ,'jr-nte ,-md paranoia. Aulhorilies said IKS had threatened suicide. his release n year laler he a 12Tound decision to Flovd Palli-rsoi) and a l.v-rnunil dedsion to Emio Terrell tor ho World Boxing Association :harnpionship. The Itolding, Calif., (ighlcr ;ecmcd to lose his zip after the lospital slay nnd his last suc- cessful year was when he wat Joey Orbillo and Jerry Quarry in 10-round matches Ihrcc weeks apart. Then (he roof fell in. fiy year's end, he had filed a hankmnlcy petition. In his three twnils, Mac-hen was out in (he Killi round by up and coming Joe !n NovomlKT, IfKUl, anil Ihen more early (lie year ore retiring with a lifelirne record of "Whal have I for all my years as a ranking heavy- weight7" Maclu'ii rlielorically asked for liis release from tfie hospital In 1061. h answered. Authorities said they didn't know the whcrealxmls of his wilo anil threo children. NEW 6 and 8 INCH PROPELLER SMFT AUGERS Available in 6 in. dia., 3B It. l 6 in. dia., and 70 It. lengthi dOLlAR FOR DOLLAR, rVAVRAlH AUGERS MOVE IT fASTER km IftSllR. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TiRE SALES i SERVICE WX.irt South Hon. 337-444S LETHBR1DGE BOW ISLAND ;