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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Korbut has only five of them Where's all the gold Olga somersaults to victory Russian gymnast Olga Korbut representing the Soviet performs her famous backwards somersault on the bar to lead the Russian girls to a 1-2-3 sweeping victory in the gymnastics finals at ihe World University Games in Moscow. Dolphins' ivinning streak ends Percival's boot on target By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mac Percival kicked three short field goals Saturday night to give Chicago Bears a 9-9 tie with Miami Dolphins in a Na- tional Football League exhibi- tion game and stop the Dol- phins' winning streak at 21 games. Percival failed on a 35-yard field goal attempt with a little over four minutes remaining that could have won the game. In Saturday's other exhibition Oakland Raiders down- ed Los Angeles Rams At- lanta Falcons defeated New England Patriots Dallas Cowboys stopped New Orleans Saints Minnesota Vikings edged Kansas City Chiefs Baltimore Colts shaded Detroit Lions 32-28. Green Bay Packers whipped Houston Oilers 33-14 and Denver Broncos walloped St. Louis Cardinals 38-17. The who won all 17 of their regular season and playoff games last have not lost since the next to last Horsepower that is wants more power EDMONTON Peter winner of the driver's championship in the Trans-Am auto racing series asks for only one more other 100 horsepower. The driver finished second in his Porsche Carrera Sunday in the last race of the series behind John Greenwood of but his accumulated points wer enough to take the over-all series title. He said Edmonton and Elk- raceways are two tracks where horsepower counts. This puts his Porsche at a disadvantage against the American cars. don't figure there should be any restriction on the Cor- English Soccer League starts LONDON Stoke whose outstanding goal- keeper Gordon Banks today an- nounced his retirement from opened the new English season by beating Hull City 2-0 in the final of the Watney Cup. whose career was cut short by eye damage suffered in a car accident last was among the crowd w'n saw Stoke's Jimmy Greenhoff count both goals. In a match between the beat- en semi-finalists in last season's English Football Association Wolverhampton Wander- ers scored a comfortable 3-1 victory over below strength Arsenal. Jimmy McCalliog put Wolves ahead and Derek Dougan added their other two goals. Arsenal's scorer was Brian one of three teenagers in a team lacking five regular first team players because of injuries and suspensions. In the charity Shield defender Colin Waldron headed a 66th minute goal which gave promoted last season from the second a 1-0 victory over Manchester City while in the Scottish League Cup Celtic beat Glasgow Rang- ers 2-1. The regular English League season officially begins next Saturday. Anaya keeps world title Calif. Mexico's Romeo in what may be termed a patented per- remains the World Boxing Association champion and hopes to clear up the untidy confusion in boxing's 118-pound bantamweight division. The 26-year-old Anaya once again showed his still in knock- ing out Panama's Enrique Pin- e'er during the third round of their scheduled 15-rounder at Forum here Saturday night. It came in the same round and fealnrcd same cicvas- him the title from Pinder in Panama City last Jan. 20. Anaya said later he is ready to fight including Ra- fael Herrefa of who is recognized as champion by the World Boxing Council. Pinder originally captured the title in 15 rounds from but when he elected to meet the National champion of instead of a rematch with the WBC refused to recognize Anaya. A Forum spokesman said ef- forts would be made to bring Anaya and Hcrrera together vettes and he said. would just make the Porsche factory lazy. What I'd like to do is see them crank an- other 100 horsepower out of our The Porsches develop only half the 600 horsepower of the Corvette. on the 2.5-mile won easily in a Cor- finishing the 310 miles in three 24 minutes and 18 seconds for an average speed of 92.752 miles an hour. STOPPED ONCE Gregg took only one pit stop on his way to second spot over J. Marshall Robbins' Corvette. of experienced engine trouble with only 50 miles to go and settled for third place. General largely due to the success Sunday of its Corvette took the manu- facturer's championship with 42 points to 37 for the Porsches. Porsche had led the team championship going into the Ed- monton race. Greenwood won Gregg team of Robbins and Jerry Thompson of Claw- split the driving and third spot under Trans-Am rules which allow for driver substitution. They won -3.000. Al Holbert of teamed with Milt Minter of in a Porsche for fourth place and even though Minler rolled the car on the last lap. He was taken to hospital and was reported in good apparently with neck injuries. Robert Hagestead of was fifth in a Porsche and won Ludwig Heimrath of in another was sixth. He won Second to Gregg who had 71 points for the drivers' cham- pionship was Holbert with 59. Robbins had 54 while Green- who entered only four of the six races in the series and also won his last start at Elk- was fourth with 52 points. Minter finished seventh with 38 points followed by Mo Carter of Hamilton with 26. Paul Nichter of finished ninth with 21 points and John Buffum of Williamisville. not entered in Sunday's game of the 1972 exhibition sea- son when Washington Redskins won a 27-24 decision. Three field goals by 45-year- old George entering his 24th and a touchdown pass by quarterback Daryle Lamonica to tight end Bob Moore accounted for Oakland's points. Dick Shiner threw touch-down passes to Todd Snyder and Lar- ry Mialik and set up Atlanta's other two touchdowns with his passing. Roger Staubach rifled two touchdown passes and Craig Morton connected on a third in their duel for the No. 1 quarter- back job with the Cowboys. A Nat Wright interception set up a 20-yard field goal by Fred Cox with 63 seconds to play to give the Vikings their win. Don Nottingham swept one yard for a touchdown with 29 seconds to giving the Colts their narrow win and cap- ping an 14-play march engineered by rookie quarter- back Bert Jones in a game played at Memphis. Scott Hunter's passing spark- ed the Packers to a two-touch- down leader and Chester Mar- col added four field goals in a game played at Milwaukee. Running back Floyd who underwent off-season knee scored two of Denver's four touchdowns. MOSCOW Canada is still looking for a gold medal at the World University so is the United States. The Soviet led by gym- nast Olga Korbut who has col- lected five gold medals in- cluding three gold and one bronze dominated the weekend competition. Going into today's final track and field the Russians had 36 15 silver and 17 compared with a silver and bronze for and a silver and four bronze medals for the U.S. The only bright light for the Canadians was the men's bas- ketball team which won a pair of games to advance to a four- group playoff involving 16 teams. Canada whipped Denmark 94- 43 Sunday after walloping Po- land 98-61 Saturday. Bill Robin- son of Simon Eraser University in led Canada in the Saturday game with 1C points. Ken McKenzie of Port had 17. TAKES FIFTH PLACE Joyce Sadowick of Burnaby wound up fifth in the women's 400 which was won by Nadyezhda Kolesnikova of the Soviet Union. Glenda Reiser of who was second in the women's 500 and Dianna Jones of third in the five- event won the med- als for Canada last Friday. winner of two golds had a total of three five silver and five bronze for second place. Cuba had two two silver and a bronze for third. Ryszard Skowronek of Poland scored a major upset Sunday in the defeating Soviet Olympic gold medallist Nikolai Avilov and Rudolf Zigert of the Soviet Union. He trailed through eight events but closed strong and won the javelin and race in Lenin Stadium. Zigert finished second and Avilov third. AMERICANS WIN EASILY The American men's basket- ball team rolled to its fourth straight crushing France 137-43 for a total of 520 points in four games. The Soviet Union took two track and field Bariban won the triple jump and Leonid Saveliev took the 000-metre steeplechase. The American wrestlers man- aged to pick up three bronze medals in Greco-Roman by James Sonas of the Univer- sity of Mark Davids of Eastern Michigan and Ken Lev als of Hiram But the Russians won nine of 10 golds in the wrestling. Gymnastics was all Miss Kor- but and her team-mates in the women's competition. Nikolai Andrianov won two more men's gymnastics pushing his total to four for the Games. Vladimir Shukin got two and the only final women's event Miss Korbut didn't Lubov Boganpva stepped in and took the victory. Americans w e re looking ahead to the swimming events where they won 19 of their 22 gold malals at the last Univer- sity Games in Italy. Sudo break records WATCH THAT THSOWIN1 MAN-WE'VE GOT A Q4RTS WATCH 10NK5H7Y 1873 Thf Miner Ntvripiptn Lid. Andy Ciff a Put. TWCWTHSWBUBLE NO DESiCATON Inter-lockijig games start Reed worries Gotta EEGINA Coach Jack Gotta of Ottawa Rough Riders thinks it would be nice if star fullback George Reed of Sas- katchewan Roughriders sets an- other rushing a Western team. always said nice things about the Eastern coach remarked Sunday after arriving for the season's first inter-locking in the Canadian Football League. Conigliaro will return BOSTON Tony Con- once one of baseball's top sluggers and winner oT the American League baseball home run title at the age of 20 in says he is going to try a comeback as a designated hit- ter. feel I've got five or six good years left and there are a lot of ball clubs who need a guy who can come in and get that slutoh he said in a week- end interview. now a night club was beaned while playing for Boston Red Sox in a game in 1967. He suffered per- manent damage to his left eye when struck by a ball pitched by Jack Hamilton of the Angels. He returned to baseball with the Red Sox in 1969 and belted 20 home runs. In 1970 he had his best hitting 36 homers and driving in 116 runs. Traded to California in a six- player at mid-season in he quit the claim- ing his sight had deteriorated. He said he'll make a decision on another comeback in a few after some batting prac- tice. don't know why we would want him to set a record against me. Wouldn't it be nice for him to do it against a Western who holds the all-pro record of 107 touchdowns rush- is 81 yards short of break- ing another professional football record of yards rushing held by Jimmy for- merly of Cleveland Browns of the National League. Grtta was asked whether Reed seems to be taking the ball more than usual. he gets the ball any more than he'll have it more than the the coach said. STILL WITHOUT WIN Gotta has more than Reed to worry about. His Eastern Football Confer- ence club is the only team in the CFL which has not won a regular season whereas Grey Cup repre- sentatives from the Western Football Conference last holds a share of first place in the West with Edmonton Es- each with two wins and one loss. Gotta has been putting the team through their longest drills since training full hours a session. do anything if I thought it would change my he said after last Monday's 25-16 loss to Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Ottawa plains to start veteran quarterback Jerry Keeling while Saskatchewan will go with veteran Ron Lancaster. Ottawa has dropped tight end Tom Schultz and replaced him with Mike Law who was cut by Winnipeg earlier this year. Gotta hopes to do something about Ottawa's pass-catching troubles with the use of tight end and receiver Rhome brought back after being cut late last year. In last Monday's 25-16 loss to five passes from Keeling were dropped by Ot- tawa receivers. Nixon replaces Herb Marshall who dropped several of the passes. Saskatchewan has brought in linebacker Pete Wysocki for a five-day trial. If either Scott Woods or Charlie both can't Wysocki will probably be called in. Rock injured two weeks ago in a game with Brit- ish Columbia will be ready to return to his defensive tackle spot with Saskatchewan if his bruised shoulder is healed sufficiently. The game will be seen on the full CBC television starting at 8 p.m. CST p.m. Bowling results CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Jim Higa 255 Karen Lohko Marvin Higa 262 Georgt Snowden 285 Anne Todd 248 Jim Yamada 261 Sam Glrardi 297 Karlyn Spitzer Lew Mills 243 John Tlnordl Percy Smith Beryl Smith 245 THURSDAY MIXED Brenda Coutts Kalie Pedrlnl 245 Belinda Macdonald Dorothy Olshaski 243 Boh Olshaskl Ken Malcomson 289 Ken KurtI 330 Jeanette Smeed 276 Jack Smeed 313 Linda Malcom- son 331. MIXED DOUBLES Nadine Kovacs Cindy Pedrlnl Hugh Christie Jean John Kovacs Gary Lohuis Helen Weets Ken Mack 233. Canadian Ski Patrol System 328-1741 328-8293 eveningi Local swimmers of the new- ly formed Lethbridge Summer Swim Club were impressive as they registered three new pro- vincial swim records at the Southern Alberta reg i o n a 1 swim championships on the weekend. The regional championships were staged in Medicine Hat. and featured some 454 compe- titors from 15 various southern Alberta swim clubs. Local swimmers Ken Brad- ley and Kevin Sudo establish- ed new Alberta age group records with their outstanding performances this past week- end. Bradley earned four first place finishes in the boys' eight and under class while breaking records in the 25 metre breast- stroke and the 100 metre in- dividual medley. His four firsts al-o gave him the regional honors in his age- group classification. Sudo set a new record in the 50-metre breaststroke while swimming in the boys' 9-10 age-group. Mcymvhib Kyo who picked up thiTp firsts and will now join Fiona Susan Wyatt Blair and Sean McGrath for a trip to Edmon- ton for the provincial finals. The remaining members of the club will participate in the Cardston Invitational swim meet set for next Saturday. Giants take loss Kan. St. Louis defeated Calgary 8-6 Sun- day in the losers' division of the National Baseball Congress tournament. The winners clinched the game with two runs in the eighth inning on a bunt and three singles. Sacond-seci'sd advanced in the winners' bracket with a 4-2 triumph over while eliminated Ba- 9-7 and Houston ousted 5-0. In a losers' division pamc. eliminated I t t ft In your own way. In your own time. On your own terms. You'll take to the taste of Player's Filter. The Department ol National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. ;