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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 Ttrt LfTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Au9uit 17, 1971 Valerie White junior champ Canadian lead HULL, Quo. Con- fident Hob Fanasiuk drove to a commanding lead in (he 7'Miolo Canadian Professional Golfers' Association championship Fri- day with a two-round 13-umler- por total of "I know I'm going to mukc ho said after a five-undcr- par 31-33Kl second round mi the llivonncad GoH Club. The 30-j oar-old pro from To- CPGA match Tlun-sday with an eight-under-pnr 64. He's tnadc a little more than Jfi.OOO this year and stands to pick up another if he fin- cmnseh, Out. near Windsor, I ishes first in the C PCI A. 1 took Hie lead at the start of the I And lie added that he's inter- ack Americans say they plan to boycott .B- v MUNICH (AD A group of black American track stare has projected itself into the smoul- dering Rhodesian rhubarb with the Olympic Games set to open a week from today, The American blacks in- dicated (hoy might not compete in a "united stand with our Af- rican brothers" if while-ruled Rhodesia is permitted to par- ticipate in the Games. Kleven African countries, headed by talent-loaded Kth- sport NEW CONTRACT MILWAUKEE (AP) Mil- waukee Bucks announced Fri- day contre Karcom Abdul-Jab- bar has signed a new four-year contract winch, according to the National Basketball Associ- ation club, will make him one Treviiio back bul not out SUTTON, Mass. (AP) Hale Irwin and Tommy Aaron had high hopes and a share of the lead in the USI Golf Classic, but Lee Trevino had a glint in his eye and a warning: "The legs are coming the British Open champ said after two rounds of the rich event. "I'm getting stronger ev- ery day. I can feel it. "Two rounds to go? I'm not that far back. If I shoot a 65, 56 or maybe 67 I'm still in good position to win II." Toronto's Gary Bmverman was the only Canadian to make the halfway cut. He fired a 74 for a 146. the cutoff point. George Knilflfion of Toronto har a and a 36-hole score of 14 while Ken Fulton of Montreal checked in with a 74 and total. The flamboyant Trevino, al- most knocked out of this event by a vtru-1 attack early In the weefr, rallied for a three-under- par 69 and MS after two rounds. That put him seven strokes back of the co-leaders but Trevino still contended he was in shape to take the first prize. of Hie highest-paid professional athletes. The 7-foot-2 Abdul-Jabhar, the N'BA's leading scorer the ast seasons, had two years to run on a five-year contract, of SI million. The new pact will extend .hrough the 1975-76 season and five the Bucks an option on Ab- dul-Jabbar's play for the 1076- 77 season. It is believed worth about million, if Abdul-Jab- bar stays through 1977. WINDSOR ADVANCES EDMONTON (CP) The South Canadians from Windsor, Ont., won the National Little League baseball championship Friday by beating North Van- couver Jaycees from Briitsh Columbia 6-5. Windsor advances to the Lit- tle League World Series begin, ning Tuesday at Williams-port, Pa. CANADA OUSTED NEW YORK (AP) Mexico defeated Canada 3-2 Friday anr joined Sweden in the final o the elimination series to deter mine a challenger for the de- fending United States in the Stevens Cup senior interna tionn] tennis tournament fo players -15 years and older. WORLD RECORDS KNOXVILLE, Tenn, The United States women'. Olympic shimming team cracked three world record Friday night as it wound uj two weeks training in the Uni versity of Tennessee pool an exhibition meet. The team posted world stanc ards in the 400-metre, freesty! relay, VtO-medley relay and 80 freestyle; relay. READ THIS! ORR KARATE STUDIO Offen PRIVATE INSTRUCTION GROUP CLASSES For MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN for appointment phone 328-1241 Location: 258A 13th Street North opia and Kenya, liave said :ioy will pull out of the Games mless Rhodesia is booted out. The International Olympic: Committee, which runs the iiow, and Avery Brunclage, tlic .nicvican president who nins Ke IOC, has said rnpcatedly hat Rhodesia win compete. "Tliis is pure politics, pure says Brundnge, 8-1. "We are not concerned with lolitics. AH sportsmen will iere. ''We made an agreement a 'ear ago with the National I y in p i c Committees con- cerned. Rhodesia was invited. Rhodesia will participate." The American btacks, among he early arrivals at Olympic Village, issued a one-paragraph itatement as a namleess group "In light of the Rhodesian ac ceptance into the Games, the J.S. Black athletes now Olympic Park believe it 1m perative to take a stand con the isaue. We denounc rlhodesia'fi participation and, they are allowed to compete we will take a united slant with our African brothers." A general wakout by black: Tom the American track, has ketball and boxing teams would cripple the U.S. team and! take away much of the lustre from the Games, held every foil years. An IOC executive committee member said Brundage had Ih complete hacking of the boarr the African countries had agreed to the conditions o the Rhodesian participation ur rier which the Rhodesian would use the Union Jack an the British national anthem There are seven blacks on th Rhodesia team. The Rhiyfesians say Hiey In tend to slay. Ethiopia anrf Tanzania hav officially withdrawn from th Games. TIgsnda has served n VVall Dempsey, a veteran mitkl] linebacker for Saskalchewa Roughriders, has been ait 1> the Western Football Confer ence club, it was announced day. A conference all-star in 196- and Dempsey was in h seventh season with the Roug! riders. stol in a world tour il he can nit a sponsor. Pnnasiuk described the G.280- mil, par 72 coin-so, soaked and y morning rain, as "perfect )ecaii.se its so short." Ills second round larked, as was his first, by otig, doiirtly n ttlc longer than the (insistent I'm ii the look out." Second spot, seven strokes Panashik, was shared >y Toronto's David Garner and iob Rose of Capetown, Ont. Soth shot tsvo-round totals of 38. Wilf Ilomcmiik of Winnipeg, oiimey winner In Saskatoon ast year, finished the 35-holes ivilli an even-par 144, mumbling :iat he "didn't know what hap- icnwl" during his sccom: He shot a one-ovcr-pat 73. Al Balding of Toronto, who ins won the CPGA four times the past, had a one-under ar total of !-13. In third place after 36 holes wa.s John Morgan, 2-1, of Vic oria who opened with a Thursday. Friday, he shot an even-pa: 72 for a lota] W9. He complained that Ihi greens were not cut shor enough and that they were toe slow. Plavers with scores highe than 154 after two rounds wer cut from competition Friday leasing 101 Canadian pros t compete in the final rounds to day and Sunday. Meanwhile in Winnipeg Valerie White of Vancouver overcam troublesome ulcer and wan deririg concentration Friday t capture the Canadian junio women's goU champlonshi with a 54-hole score of 249. The 17-year-old British Ca lumbia champion had 18-hol scores o{ 80, 86 and 83 over In par-74 Rossmer Country Club course. She finished two shots up o Katliy Hultong of Hayden Lako MexJest financial lnve.ilmcnt requfred. For further dolaili and rn proposo) Box 120, Lethbridge Herald Scliatia said National Hockey League general managers have been friendlier to dc-at since the World Hockey Associ- ation came into being and NHL teams entertain negotiations for long-term contrarf.s. as they never have before, to protccl themselves. between fhr leagues has pushed salaries up -so even Seli.-itia was MAIITIN AN KXCKPTION "Raises from 40 to fifi per cent nre the usual rase." he says. "For pfayers who have had exceptional years, like Martin and Guevrcmont, it's astronomical. "Where, you particularly no- tice the difference is the juniors who were drafted. A goidtendcr who is a client of mine wa.sn't drafted until the seventh rolinrl by New York fslamlers. He signed will] Quebec Nrirdirjne.s of the WlfA for more money than one of the five top picks in the NfIL last year." Schatia said when he ap- proached Islanders' general manager, Bill Torrey, about whether gnaltender, Rich- arrl Broflcaip 'rf (he Memorial Cup champion ('ormvali ftoyals, wrflilrl play regularly in (he be was fold the youngster probably would be farmed out to the Easlcm Hockey fxvigue. "So when I told bim he (Flro- could go In Queltfc on a contract, Itill fhought that necessarily had. Kichard play regularly again.st belter cnropetition than in the anil he'll rnako a lot of money for himraU. Rangers defeated New York1' Yankees 11-2 and Milwaukee Brewers walloped Kansas City Royals 7-2. Mickey Lolich pitched Detroit back into first place with a three-hilter, finally making his 191h victory on his fourth try. Nolan Ryan set R California ,ingle-season strikeout record by raising his total lo 212 with five Friday night. Dick Woodson scattered live hits and Rod Carew hit a tie- breaking single in the filth in- g to help Minnesota turn back Baltimore. Rookie Don Durham finally fnund the pitching groove to go along with his bat Friday night, leading St. Louis Cardinals past San Francisco in. It was the first National League win for the young right- hander who had straggled through five previous losses while wielding a hat that h.is produced a .555 average. Against the Giants, Durham scored the game's first run in the third inning and produced the winner in the fifth with his second major league home nin. "My arm felt better than it has all said Durham, who has had recurring elbow problems. "The cool weather must have helped me. I felt strong." Elsewltcre, Montreal Expos ripped Atlanta Braves 4-3 in 11 Innings, Houston Astros edged Philadelphia Phillies 4-3, Cin- cinnati Reds walloped New York Mete 8-2, Pittsburgh Pi- rates beat San Diego Padres 4- 2, and Chicago Cubs shut out Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 on Ferguson Jenkins' nine-bitter. 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