Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
___ 1hu..day, Auguit 10, 1972 IK? IETHBR1DGE HERAIO 9 Locals set Canadian record Hasting anchors team to mark WINNIPEG (Special) Air rlmrcil veteran swimmer Hob KastinR the Amateur Swim Club establish- ed a new Canadian record Wednesday nt the Canadian swimming champions liips Olympic trials. and The new record, in the 400- metre freestyle relay, is three minutes, 41.70 seconds, the old mark was With KasUng swimming tho anchor leg in 53 seconds flat the Lethbridgc foursome earn- cd themselves a Bold for Lhcir efforts. Joining Hasting on the team nml Norm Hasting, Bobs younger brother with n ti 65.2, Ke-mmctt 50.5 Bill Olllcsplc 50 flat. Last year at the Pan Amer- ican Games the team was third in a time of A third member of the Kasl- inj; family, Wendy, was fourth n tho 200 metre backstroke i a time of one ininulo four econrls. Slie was within lympic qualifying lime. In Die men's individual 200- metre medley Bob was third ago Mary Beth Roncfcau was an un- heralded M-yoar-old swimr-.er with a time of Meanwhile six months Argos still can't win on Roughriders' turf REG1NA (CP1 George Reed was the spirit Wednesday Saskatchewan that enabled Iloughriders to maintain the "Taylor field an afflic- tion suffered by Toronto Argo- nauts for some time. He rushed for 129 of Sas katchewan's !S3 yards on the ground and leil the previously vvinless ftougies to a 15-G vic- tory over the bewitched Argo- nauts. The loss left the Argos the only Canadian Football League club without a win in the 1972 regular season. Also, they have rot won at Taylor field since CFf. interlocking play began in 1961. Both teams remain at the bottom of tho standings in their conferences and both are in- jury-ridden. Saskatchewan is without veteran Nolan Bailey, Gig Perez and Ted Uuchinski, and Toronto is without first- string quarterback Joe Theis- mann, sidelined six weeks with a leg fracture. SecoiHl-s t r i n g quarterback Greg Barton called the signals for Toronto but was good on only 14 of 29 passes and had three intercepted. Veteran Hon Lancaster of Saskatchewan completed 12 of 20 attempts and has one inter- cepted. It was Reed's rushing, how ever, that ruled the game Reed made 25 drives, including second-nuartcr touchdown from three yards out. The scoring started at o the first quarter when Xeno Andrusyshyn of Toronto kickc a 27-yard field goal and Sas katchcwan made it 3-1 on single Sprovis IN STOCK NOW 10 SPEED BICYCLES AT BERT MAC'S CYCLE "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" All on properly emumbled, lei up on a .quipp.d wllh a kick iland and tervkfld wllh a 90-day free adjuilmtnt polity ond a 6 morilri porll and labor warranty. 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But in February and March she established six short-course Canadian freestyle records. She came uito the Canadian swimming championships and Olympic trials as a co-favorite in the freestyle events with vet- eran Angela Coughlin of Bur- lington, Out. But Miss Coughlan became ill, missed Monday's program and was not up to par Tuesday. liss Rondeau look full ad- ntage, winning tlw 200-rnetrc "He was "A hell of a "He's a machine." The superlatives came after Carlton struck out 12 batters to lead the Phillies to a 1-0 victory over the Pirates. The victory was his ]lith straight and it raised Ills record to 18-8, best in the National League. Elsewhere in the league, At- lanta Braves blanked Houston Astros 6-0, San Diego Padres beat San Francisco Giants 5-2 Montreal Expos defeated Chi cago Cubs 8-2, Cincinnati Reds turned back Los Angeles Dodg ers G-3 and New York Mels trimmed St. Louis Cardinals 8- 3. Resides his fine pitching. 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