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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD August 1973 Soviets hoping to host 1980 Olympic Games So far the Russians haven't impressed anyone MOSCOW About students irom 76 countries uere poised for todaj 's stait of the seventh World Unn ersity Games and trying haid to smile. The Russians to make a big enough impression with these Games to ths right to stage the 1980 But thus most of the com- petitors have been pretty miser- able. It rained most of Tuesday and the athletes couldn't tram. The mammoth Moscow Uni- versity where the ath- letes are was a security with icquiud to show identity cards at three different points betv een the' front entrance and then- laving quarters. Volleyball players who turned out for a scheduled workout found the practice hall was not ready. PROTECTION ASKED The big security set-up fol-' lows the raid by Arab guerrillas on the Israeli quarters at the i Munich Oljmpics last year. The Int3mational Federation of Uni- Spoils asked the Rus- hiana to make sure nothing like that happens here. the opening cere- mony ws scheduled to take piac3 in LJIUII Stadium today. Most of the interest will be on the track and field winch start Thmsday and run thiouch next and the four days of swimming which follow. Also on the program are gym- wrestUng. fencirs and tennis. The big United States more than 300 will have a hard job to repeat its suc- cesses at the last University Games in in 1969. RUSSIANS FAVORED The Russians are expected to win most of the medals in track and field and gymnastics. Russian fans will be cheering their Valery winner of the 100-and 200-metre dashes in the 1972 and gymnastics star Olga Korbut. And most of the Soviet bas- ketball team which took the Olympic title away from the United States will be in action. Some other European teams are below because they prefer to keep their stars at home tuning up for the com- ing European Cup battles. They include East which has been challenging Russia for track and field su- premacy in Europe. Renate Ste- double gold medalist in the Olympic is among the several absent East Ger- man stars. Your Local Independent Grocer 642 13th St. N. Phone 328-5742 Phone 328-5742 for FREE City Delivery On Large Orders Store Wednesday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a m. to 9 p m. We sell only the highest quality at the lowest possible prices. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Prices Effective Aug. 17 and 18 We reserve the right to limit quantities. SUPER SAVE FOODS ALBERTA PHONE 564-4638 ORAH6E CRYSTALS Tang 4 3.5 oz. net wt. poly pack mm PLUMS Glen Volley...........14 fl. oz. tins Clark's............... 14 fl. oz. tins for fc Wieners and Beans Spaghetti and Meat Balls Beef Stew....................24 fl. oz. tins 10 fl. oz. tins for TOMATO SOUP Aylmer VEGETABLE SOUP Aylmer.................. 10 fl. oz. tins COFFEE MATE Carnation..........18 oz. net wt. bonus pack BEANS with PORK C Glen Valley.............. 14 fl. oz. tins tor JELLY POWDERS Nabob Assorted Flavors 3 oz. net wt. PIE CRUST MIX Robin Hood..................21 oz. net wt. PIZZA PIE MIX Kraft........................30 oz. net wt. ALPHA BITS Posts ........................15 oz. net wt. FACIAL TISSUE Scotties..............2 ply 200's TIDE DETERGENT King Size.............5-lb. net wt. Kraft Squeeze Bottle 8 oz. net wt. MAYFAIR FOOD MEATS Wa invite you to try our meati Bert In We will cut our to suit your requirements. Burns Canada Grade A 3 to 4 Ib. average......Ib. Burns Regular 1-lb. net wt. Burns S.T. Cryovac Halves Ib. 95 rife Sausage Steakettes Burns Coaise Coil Ib. Burns Family fb. 1 PRODUCE Washington New Crop Canada Fancy........3 Ib. bag California Green Seedless South African Fancy Navels 88's Canada No. 1 King Size 99 .39 10.89 2 Green Peppers FROZEN FOODS Juice Strawberries Layer Cakes Top Valu 12 01. net wt. Prater Vale Sara IM Lemon or Strawberry 15 or. net wt. 15 oz. net wt. DAIRY FOODS largarme West Soft 1-lb. net wt. tub Burns Spreadeaty Cheese Slices Kraft Canadian Singta 8 oz. net wt. pkg. 2.79' 2-lb. net wt. pkg. For some these C'ames offer an opportunity to redeem past failures. David Britain's 400 metre gold medalist at the Eu- ropean championships in 1971 flopped at Munich. He plans to run in both the 400 and 200 met- res here and hopes to rebuild his reputation. Lord Killanin president of the International Olympic and his senior Count Jean de will be watching closely and assessing the Russians' ability to stage the 1980 Olympics. The Soviets wanted to stage the 1976 but narrowly lost out to Montreal. Olympic sources say Moscow is almost certain to be for 1980 when the IOC meets in Vienna next year. Short sport BROWN IN HOT WATER CLEVELAND Cleve- land Browns wide receiver Gloster Richardson is sched- uled to appear in court next week to answer charges of pos- session of marijuana and three traffic violations. Police said Tuesday the traffic charges against Richardson are driv- ing without a leaving the scene of an accident Sun- day morning and driving while intoxicated. SWIM EXEC FIGHTS BACK LOS ANGELES Al- bert vice-chairman of the U.S. Olympic Swimming filed suit Tuesday to prevent the Amateur Athle- tic Union from expelling him from all AAU and Olympic com- mittees for illeged misconduct. The suit steins from an AAU ban on all persons who parti- cipated in an American exhibi- tion of swimming and diving in China in June. Schoenfield serv- ed as a press steward. SAVARD SIGNS MONTREAL man Serge Savard has signed a multi-year contract with Mon- treal the National Hockey League club announced Tuesday. Last Savard scored seven goals and added 32 as- sists in 74 league games and added three goals and eight as- sists in the Stanley Cup play- won by Montreal. ALS INK HARRIS MONTREAL Mon- treal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League announced Tuesday they have signed Aus- tralian rugby star Mark Harris and placed him on the 30-day nrjured list. Harris had been on a five- day trial with the Alouettes but was hampered by a badly- bruised instep he suffered at the training camp of Philadel- phia Eagles of the National Football League. Inter-league play MILWAUKEE A plan for inter-league play was high on the agenda of major league baseball's summer meetings that began but the plan appeared to have little chance for adoption. National League owners held a preliminary meeting and while several said later they had open minds on inter- league league president Chub Feeney said he opposed the idea this and It was known some owners were in his comer. Feeney said National League officials would meet again after a joint session with American League officials today. The American which has lagged behind the National in attendance for several is solidly in favor of inter- league play. The National with its larger sta- diums in the opinion of more star tradi- tionally has opposed it Bud president of the American League's Milwaukee was expected to out- line the inter-league play pro- posal at today's joint session. Cincinnati Reds' President Bob Howsam and American League president Joe Cronin comprise a four- member committee that has been studying inter-league play for several months. Feeney indicated the four have been unable to agree among themselves. Feeney did not say what was discussed by the National League owners about the desig- nated hitter adopted as an experiment by the American League thic year in an effort to add more action to games and raise attendance. SPORT IHIIIHUIlll Nicblaus RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1971 HANDLE THE FLRGSTICK WITH CARE THE DlflMETER OF HOLE MUST BE if-t RS OFTEN flS YOU FIND ONE THRT IS LRRGER flND IRREGULflR DUE TO CflRELESS HflNDUNG OF THE FLflGSTICK. CflDDlES BiJO PLRVER5 RRE SOMETIIVIES NEGLIGENT IN REMOVING flND RE- PLflCING THE FLRQ- STICK. BE SURE THflT IT NEVER TOUCHES THE OF THE HOLE SO flS TO LERVE THE COURSE IN GOOD SHflPE FOR PLflYERS THflT FOLLOW. Copjncht 1973 f.oIJfn Bear Inu All Rwn-ed rDiil Canada Viido Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park race results FIRST 4-year-ol8s and 7 furlongs. Curra Tip 7 30 t PQ 3 Wimple Street 5 70 3 CoLi-teous 320 Time. 1 28 Re'-el Will John- Reserved Winking Princess also ran. SECOND 4-year-olds and 7 furlongs Heirarch 600 370 Top Boss 600 i Amber Day 6 40 Time- 1 27 45 In Again Home James Seals staying in California OAKLAND California Golden Seals will remain in Oakland next or not owner Charles Finley sells National Hockey League president Clarence Campbell reaffirmed Tuesday. have never moved a franchise and we will not per- mit the Seals to be Campbell told the San Fran- cisco Chronicle in a telephone interview from Montreal. Not- ing that the 1973-74 schedule al- ready has been Camp- bell games will be played no matter who owns the Finley has expressed interest In selling the claiming he has lost million in three years of ownership. are paper not genuine losses and they could offset tax payments from his other Campbell said. don't want to be put into a position where we find a potential and he won't sell. Some people think Charlie is a kook. But he's kookie like a Asked what the NHL might do if Finley challenged the league by moving the franchise without its Camip- bell he who will he Maggie Win 'N Plxia Belli ren DAILY 50 SI 3-year IVfc AAy Meteor 1270 440 Pr el Tarte 330 Mm- il's Sisler 570 Tirrc 1-S. e You Steel Rlna. C-esar Gallon O' Gold also ran. 60 FOURTH claiming 3 T-i miles Wind Guy 870 490 Airdrie EOJ 620 Chariot Trio 430. Time 1 54 4 5 Rusty Double Beau Arctic also ran FIFTH SI 7 fur- Nlnlane 1470 630 L'Espoir 2640 Por- que SI 410. Time 1-23 Lord Fire What A Haste Ye Fay's Hurrah alsn ran Kli 40 SIXTH 4-year-olds and 7 furlcngs. Astra Shot 490 380 Call Me Star 5.60 Sure Hidden 1020 Time- 1-24 3-5 Future Royal Reu- ser. Grand Ledger Time also ran. 0 SEVENTH 3-year-olds and miles. Flying Award 3 SO 240 i TransSnar 310 Honor And Glory 230 Time 1 53 4 S Ice Run For Life also ran EIGHTH 4 year-olds and up. Sharp 9 50 5 70 3 Silk Button 1260 Morn- ing Master 450 Time- 1-M Wonty Goldcrest Ice Al- T-easure Cruise also ran. QUINELLA' CPR tnindlers aiming start CPR trundlers will be taking to the lanes again soon in the CPR Social Bowling League Miss Shirley club says new members are welcome and needed. Phone her at 327-3456 to get a birth. This dub bowls Saturday nights at 7 o'clock. Exact lo- cation has not been settled yet. SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ON HONDA CilOO SUPER SPORTS For a bike that weighs in at less than 200 the CBIOO's smooth 4-stroke OHC engine puts out plenty of power. And its 5-speed gearbox lays it right down on the road where you want if. There it is. Everything you're looking for in one beautiful bikel Rsg. NOW SEE IT NOW AT LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE LTD. 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 Clottd Monday Thuredayy and Friday until 9 p.m. ;