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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta G Til! ICTHBRIOGE HERALD Momlny, Auiju-.t 31, W2 Kenya's athletes still undecided as yet Ml'MCIl The throat Afncan lioyt'oll Muuicli Olympics Hluxlesum participation a step farther tixtny with tlir Klliiopiiin Icntn .scheduled to flv home, fivi-' days in1 lore f "There is no qtuition nf wait- tin- fituiiLv i ii'g Kthiophii The move1 num's as the imi IL it lie U eri Sliiul of the j national Olympic Committee id if tit ti un is d protest starts its 7Hrd cuiiiiress, hut trie fp tiled lit s i d llu> tt d have decided not to await any IOC ef- fort lo solve the crisis. blood Major togus final Sunday night. Two-rut) lioinci s by outfielder E7irh Mfily and playing man- ager Juhn FJk'I; were the kc> blovv.s and in Jimmies' outburst efl tlie fiflh. blanked Jimmies llic? rest (lie way. Tigers battled back with four runs againsi right-hander Mtil cftlm Lynn before ho was pulled xoper (illicit of a hole one on the yard eleventh ho'e r.t tlie nderson Lake golf course on runs for a i! have Timers in order in tlic t'.vo itt; ngs, sinking cu four rf six men faced. Tigers outliit llic pomuml better "time [or Gilletf, Jinmiics 13-11 wen', on to the I-eth- hririre Constniclion Home golf tourney., fii'lcl completed the Ul-hole byout with a one under par 70 Coir LAKESIDE GOLF LEAGUE SECOND flOUND -PLAY-OFFS CHAVPIONSHIP DIVISION: SECOND DIVISION: TH IRD DIVISION: five players getting two each. Elick drove in three rims with a pair of wiiPe Meily and Dave Morris ah o produced nuis two hits each, Scrnnd game id the series vill played Tuesday in Ed- monton with llie Ihird game sfated here Thursday. Meanwhile in Canary Kd- HT'CTI Tigers shaded Calgary j Gi Tialurday nigiit and gained o Ir.vlh in I ho bcsl-of- [LVC final series, i The Tigers ;md the Giants were tied 2-2 after regulation time and Lh'jv remained dcnd- i locked, at after the mill inning. In the 12th, Tim Young j singled, Mole second base mid i then on n drive by in I fielder Calgary out fie Id or PM! Kc'Virl muff pel 1 a chance lo catch Kdsnn's long llv hall. colony lining the same iit tlu: Tokyo (Jnmc.s and the lii'itisli lutt l anthem. Hut Sunday's resolution con- demned "numerous violations" by the Hluxlasians of the condi- tions laid down for their entry bv llie IOC nnd cited the use of the word "Rhodesia" instead nf '.Southern the colo- nial nn me, on uniforms and equipment. United States blacks stuck by then pledge to "tland united with our African hut continued lo refuse full ex- planation of the veiled threat of OH NO YOU DON'T One player is Irving ro escape unnoticed a mass of players are slill looking for the ball in a match between llie Calgary Rams and Lcthbridgc Miners Salurdoy. Tbe ployor was eventually caught and lacklcd as ai the Miners who took il on the cbin 18-3- s in top 20 cciync Rourassa of already has surpassed the for the sccoml-place finish In I flourassa cleetcd t the Soutligatc to add to the .she already had earned. MKDICINTS HAT KJP) Medicine Hat Indians won the Alberta Little Beaver Baseball championship Sunday with a 5-2 win over Grande Prairie, Winning pitcher Pudwcll, was ciiar. Teams rronls ft.c inokic- pro 20 and hr as a j The moved her within tiic olfcr: finish in i'.: earn money-winners Lt'GA tour. try to cut across the dogleg an( sent a booming drive off th ratfl rosulls THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 10 SPEED BICYCLES COLLEGE MALL YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SKI EQUIPMENT AND SKI FASHIONS Archery Adidas Shoes Hiking Shoes Climbing Shoes Pt-cl: Begs Frames Hiking Accessories Climbing Equipment Ten', s Sleeping Ecicjs Eicvclss Pc-rls and Sp-r.o'o Suils COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-0553 BACK-TO- SCHOOL SPECIAL i (Lfivfnel 7.50 INtvris) ofdl, i .EO 2 Ooolin H St.irs Day SECOND 3 year Tire e: ?-S. 'II Grin, rn 'WhliNc DOUBLE; i i M, Day Might Shir.e, Al' hard, fr Reqkide. With All EXACOTR: 1170.40. tl.Mfl, longs. SIXTH Inlrnlng, 3 year 7 Ft 8. if) inn (Hortqe) hflndicap, p, Furlongs. Wr. Tilui fPhel k'imi Kid (Rytffi onus 3.IQ. limr: Generals share Tin; M and K Generals shared top honors in the animal PJitchcr Creek Invi- irnal raslball Tournament heltl on thc [Juring (ho Ihreo-day doubln- event, the (M record, Imt find One of the facets of tlu ,rcemcnl whicli Uho- c a to enter thc it the athletes he t enact lirilish Suhjccis." Tlie JQC with thc point while ft lean corn mi I Ices claimed ic re were r-o British pn.s: jiort.s o hack such declarations. .HOKK IN 19fi5 riliodcsia, a colony, away from llrilai yii5 and made a unilateral due- jration nf i 11 ncvei by Britain. The RhtKlesian.'s were admil- d to West Germany on Olynv L idt itity cards .since pass- wrts arc not of the esidenls at Olympic village 'he African g'rnups say this OPS not prove the o be subjects of Hritain. Tlic fOC cotigress opens nt he of Ihe Javarian go he shadow of Sunday's resokr- ion from the African national Olympic committees railing for he exclusion of Ilhodcsia from ie Game.s. For the, first time Africnns Tcted in unison in presenting he resoiution to tfie IOC anil he significance of Sunday's move was that it was made by he African Olympics com- mittee rather than by thc gov- ernments of the countries con- em ed. The resolution called for the exclusion of the Rhodes! an earn from the (tames and the immediate establishment of a commission of inquiry into alle- gations of racial discrimination n .cports in Rhodesia. PHOMISK MISSION The IOC promised to send a fact-finding mission to in- vestigate conditions in the white-ruled British colony r.tter the Games, but there was no indication that this woufd placate the African nations. The Rhodcsian question not on today's TOG agenda, hul could come up under "political interference in national Olym- pic committees" since initial threats of a walkout came from African governments rather than snorts bodies, A remark by Ossic PlastkiLt, head of the Rhodcsian mission, raised the ire of (lie African committees. lie said upon nr- riviil in Munich: "We arc ready to participate under any flag, he it the boy scouts or thc Mos- cow flag. Hut everyone knows very well that we arc lihodc- sia ns a nd wi II a I way s re ma i n Hhocicsirms." lo settle with a first-place tie with Kcrnic who managed a ;M record. Tho Generals handed Fornic its only in lhc first game of the A-U finnl with n solid decision. 'lln? who play- four Srnday to rcacli (he finals, didn't get another cntck ;il Ferine due [o dark- En the other six games, the Generals whipped Pine her Creek (Ki and PA; lost to Ctarcsholm 1-0 and then trounc- ed them '.'1-4 in thc "IV final; dropped Shaughnossy 0-2 and dropped I'onolta Uuring the three-day affair, Dennis Allen, who earned all ix victories for thc Generals and biilled a solid at tho pfalc, tinmcd Die tourney's :iJI-jJiir pilclicr. al'io of thc Cicn- came hrjmc tlic ill- si i cr n! re-f ic Id honors. ELRJCM TERE AMERICAN LCiCIJG San t'- 51 .561 70 TODAY'S lleikro (11-10) xl phis rarllon Cincinnati McGfolhln (6 i) trrfll 113-fl) H-juslcn Rcusi (6'IOJ fJ 110-7) Ctiieiqn Handi (916) A1 S Glbiin (13-7) J J.IO 3 170 fhllfldrvlfihiJi OCC W.'r- I 1 D (10-61 rl HnwrtrfJi Rcy- B. f J) Silnifl rij Barcmftn. HRs; .f. Li'Jii 001 MO Oil 3 10 1 ion Franclico MI' OM i 9 0 ffi) nnd Sirn- Tnorr.J flO-51, ff.cilitt [71, Eiflrr 30, JOJ MO J 11 ft -CS AnqMei 16) nnd Kendal Gailcn SECOND PiHihiirqh Dicjo (f, and rorr.i rr-.'.ri Help Ml, 171, Acoifft SD Kendall Ne York llT (5 000 VO 1 rarmll IB) O lry ffl) CW 000 03 OCO DM 01 X 1 i4 a) nnd and AlcCarver. L F A Ft Rrll Ciry kee nnd Kir C.iliforrla 000 1 001 CAI 2 Brtll (8J, Llriy Dal Cdnlnn Aber I 1 000 900 1 Dflroil JOO 003 11 U 0 SpHi Darrxr (43) Alter. IJ) jjnd Hfatr Scrierrnfln (O, (l-ro Seelhuch (7) And Free- hfln. HR-: Trilif- Pinion Dtt RwJrkutz Frcehnn Dcilon 010 OVl 7 11 Chicsqo COO 07i 9 14 1 Tahjiii KMUSMS Pfllfln 111 (9) and FlsV; Wood, Trrsltr- If II ffil and Hfrrmflnn. Hflir rhi -Alvnrfldo Kelly SECOND Ration Ml MI Chicago 100 001 4 1? 1 CurlK l.r-c <7) and Monfflnm- r r y F i hfl r J Dm bov; shy G (a) a and Brinkman, HR; SATURDAY'S RESULTS MINOR CALL SCORES Pacific Cosit het- Irish pcf-r Lord Killanin and I-VrnrJi Jean Ilc.-iumonl. YOU GREAT liarns 'Ilir- in r: rjjlynry Ftripjis litllr liuuMr- v.ilh Ilir Ix-tli- fjri'lyr MirK r.1 ;is llioir IR-.1 in cxhiliitinn play Salurrl.ny. Thr, Minors fwk a .TO lead aftnr 10 minutc.-i of piny, hut .snt and watched (tic Il.'jms n fl-.T loaf I ;it IwlMimo. The; final '10 mimilc.s nf w.'is cornplc'tcly (Joniinnlcd by the Hams as (hey jsroml Ihrcc niriro limoo for tho impressive victory. Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length Bin. ilia., and 70 ft. lengths DOLLAR DOLUR, MAYRATH AUGERS MO'.t If FASTER AKD EASIER. COMPLETE PARTS STOCfC DISTRinUTED BY EL RICH TIRE LTD. 402.lit Soolh LETHBRIOGT; BOW ISIANB ;