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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE innnisinot miAin I'l. ifncun rowifnVs iriihtlruu-dl he fi- rr.M'iTsenUlivc> of tlie -7 Afri- i is expeclerl today I rail countries :nn! tln-ir llfli Unrau threats to i-nmiielHiK's will viihclrnwii Vnni Ilir Munich Olympic [nun Hie Cynics lilio- if while ruled nhcdcfia i dcsri is cxvludcil. allowed In compote. Tliis followed day-long talks Monday. I nalional Olympic decision to submit a final rer- oinmoudalion on the KlKxie.sian idraunl lo Irxlay's full IOC ses- i sion. The recommciulalicm, out by Ihe IOC's nine-man executive board, will lilkf'si remain a closely guarded sc- cvel until the start of today's session. Monday night's slalcment by African National Olympic Committees of Ilicir intention in wilhdraw from Uie (iaincs if Rhodesia is allowed In Allx-rlii n-cll hack in sc.ri'nlh place an leads inclivi Omiulinn junior i eight ii: llith-that prclty leading foursome from Brilisli vorln. a lo an "Veah. 1 c'iaii oi't he said aflci- Ik1 disastrous ronnrl and I'.l- Breton native. real come- ryly well lells the Fortunately for Nova Scotia, (Jerry MacMillan takes his golf seriously. MacMillan topped tlie field of 10 golfers with a one- under 71 and after the (lays off with a nine on i piny, Ihc Nova Scotia quiirlct hole, ended wilh an 1 was only six strokes behind the in department (CI'i If football s'vnir-s played in quar- i c r s llaniilion v miltl prnctk-illy tiles pvoat- r tliin" iii the name since the (list pi.i; was skinned. Uiil Friday Although lltt Ticals have the leading rusher in the Canadian football League ai d tl'c Easl- crn Con.'ci'encc leaders in pass- i n g ceptions Blue nnmliers picked off four passes in liis club's M-7 con- mic.sl of British Columbia Lions for a league-leading total ol pass-receiving, inter- j seven interceptions. Al Hrennci and kickoff returns, i of Hamilton topped the East they have snalclicd defeat from v TORONTO fCP) ian Mor- rison, referec-in-chief oE the National Hockey League, con- firmed Monday earlier rumors Hiat referee Bill Friday is leav- ing bis staff lo join the World Hockey Association. called me at 10 p.m. Sun- cloy to let me know lie's going to'tlw Morrison raid. read he was offered r.iifi a year and I assume he must have got it." Friday. Ihe No. 1 man on Morrison's rclereeing staff in seniority behind Art Skov, ir.adc a year in the four. of victory in the dying minutes of three of (heir four CFL starts. High on Ihe list o." frustrated 1 "IV 911 Ticats is Dave Buchanan, who 1CJ.IVCS IN il IJ carrier! the hall 351 yards in C7 attempts. 3D yards farther than George Meed of Saskatche- wan Hoiighriclcrs who is his nearest competitor. V.lule '.Vcv-iern Confrrenee fiuartcrbacks have been throw- ing more pas.'cs thi'l their IOFC crr.mtcrparts, Hamilton tlrce ton five receiv- ers in lite East, topped by Tony Cabriel who has caught 11 for yards. The CFL. leader h Hob Pcarcc Saskatchewan wilh 17 fir The Riders, win match llam- illon's 1-3 wen-lost rccoi'd, have picked up the parising NHL, rilus bonuses for playoff j yardage, R67, from Ron Lancas- and exhibition games. I ler's 56 completions in 38 Morrison said a statement al- i tempts while Chuck Kaley tributcd to Friday last i Hamilton Iri'Js Ihc Kasl more than half Ihe MIL in trie; for yart's nnrl a officiating staff is unsifned and i sparklinp Xii per- considering the was not j ccr.tagc. true. I Peter ItibUns of Winnipeg home run in of tlic; Lions liac lolurnbia. B.C. with 312 trokes ahead of was Ontario and yards on in kickoff return Louis Porter of Hamilton the best in Ihe Kasl unlh 225 on Boilers even final scries Liberty Coilcrs beltcrl City Hall nr.f! squnrori the best- of-fu'c City Businessmen's Fast ball Loaguo finals at one game apiece Monday night. Cily Hall hati defeated the I Hollers U-9 in Ihc first match Frank Popson earned tho mound win for the Boilers best- ing Lynn Kosainc. At the plate, Marv the Boilers v.ith a Itome nm while Blair rcachouk add- ed a pair of safeties. Mel Zalilncy manager! caii.se. Quebec. Manitoba was another wo strokes back at 317, Sas- katchewan at 338, New- mmdland at 340 and P.K.I. at 154. i'la was in phicc willi a team tolnl of 337. Scores after (he first round include: Kirk Manning, Calgary Ri; Richard Andreechuk, Lcth- uririge Tony monton ar> ami Hoi) Alexander Calgary fJB. AfifJKKSSION PAVS MacMillan was Uie story for Nova Scotia as the second year Dallunisie Univer ,s i 1 y ,s t uden L f i red ni nc s of Zit il Mac-Millan attacked Hie aval-biir-le-hic course wliitli played tougher than normal lie- cause brisk was a little careful but as possible under the MacMillan, a Kingston, N.S. native said. Consistency put B.C. in lop spot after the first of two rounds in the inter provincial matches which .wrap up today. Stephen I Sorry of Vancouver paced the West. Coast rmartet wilh a tliree-over 75 while Uie other three members, Rob jLaing of Prince Ccorgc, Keith Bun-ell of Victoria and Kill of Vancouver fired UNDER SO Tlic B.C. foursome was the only learn inth all players un- der fin. Robbie Jackson's 72. second best score in Monday's play, enabled Quebec to stay within sir iking distance of the lead- ership and tied in .second spot Ontario. Serge Thh'iorfjc of Alma fired a 77 while the o'Jior two Quehcecrs, Grof.; n j son and Mike iirown ol l-u- fired 83s. was Lhe first (Sine they liavc mnflc .such a threat vath one voice. Previously, individual African governments antl national 1 y in p i c cmnmiUocs hat! to boycott tlic IJiuncs while some others, In- cluding Nigeria, had said they lo compete. Now the whole of Africa is on he brink (if an Olympic pull- out and Abraham Ordia, presi cut of the Supreme African Sports Council, said: "We face a very grave situation." Ordiii sairl tho African na- lions had trained for Ihe Games and come to Munich only with .tie idea of it looks us if developments may not make it possible." The African statement ac- cused the Hhorlesians of ex- ploiting their presence at tlic Panics for political advantage. Despite the hardening Afri- can altitude, there was no sign of any weakening by the IOC, with, president A very Bnmdagc showing Ihe implacable front which has epitomized bis 20- reign as of the Olympic movement. hrundage, whose successor ;is president will he announced Wednesday, said the IOC was "astonished, shocked anr! sur- prised" that the problem should have arisen only a few (lays be- fore Ihe shirt of Ihe Games fter apparent agreement on the terms of Ethotlcsian partici- pation hnd Ix-en readied at. last year's Luxembourg IOC con- grcss. CLA.SSKF) AS RRITTSIT Britain having con- firmed that it regarded mem- bers of the Olympic learn as British subjects, the main condition of IOC accept- READYING FOR RUSSIANS Wayne C ashman (14) attempts lo pass iho puck to Phil EsposMo (second from righl) during a Team Canada scrimmage al Maple Lflof dens in Toronlo Monday. Defending against the pair are, from left: goalie MIohot Lar- defencemcn Gory and Brad Park, (CP Wirephoto) Ex peels team lo win Sinden feels confident ancc of Rhodesia's frames en- try appeared to have been sut- ijificrl. This would make it diffi- cult for tbc IOC lo exclude the ilhof'e-sians, despite Ihc risinj; clamor of the Africans. A dramatic intervention In the crisis came Monday from the United Nations sec ret a ry- Kurt Mrho has nilviscfl the West German government that Rhoclesian participation in the Games runht conflict with sanctions irdcred by the UN Security Council against [thtxlcsia. Waldheim added that the Se- curily Council's commiltCG on sanctions coiLsidercrl fhat tlie of tho Rhodes inn team into ficrmany might, con- flirt with the UN resolution on pa.s.scd in 1903 which 'include the activities of indi- viduals, private organizations and governments." The UN called attention to (.he poFsibilily that issuance of Olympic identity cards to tho Rhodesians violates Security CouncLl sanctions. Tlie Rhodc-sians entered West Germany wearing Olympic identity cards inscribed "S. Rhodesia (British They agreed fo compete using and the na- YORK (CP) Harry Sinden, coacli ol Team Canada. says lie expects his team to win llic hockey series ngainst the Soviet Union anrl "I am aiming at MinninR every game." Hut I feel that cacti game will lie clo.se antl very much a tougii Kin- tlcn said jil a news conference Monday 'I'hc series stads in Montreal 2 with four panics in Can- aria and I lien shifts to llic So- viet Union Sept. 22 lor four mnrc games. "Our training camp has hecn said Kindcn of Ihe workouls licirl in Toronto. "The hoys arc very enthusiastic and are in much better shape than I expected." "I wouldn't lose (no many games with Ihcsc guys, even playing regularly in Lhe says Sinrlf n of Ihc team that in- cludes such stars as Phi] lii.spo- sitr> of Hoston Bruins, Jean Fla- Iclle of New York Rangers, Stan Mikita ot Chicago Dlacl Hawks and Frank Miihovllch of Montreal Canarlicns. ORR WORKS OUT Bobby Orr of Tlnston Bruins will join the Team Canada training camp Wednesday but will not scrimmage imme- diately. He is unlikely to be ready for Iho games in Canada but will try to play In the Rus- sian part cf the series. "Never count Fiobby out if he makes up his nrnd lo some- Sinrlcn, who 11 have morn shooting power, goallending awl lop (he in over-all skill. However, lie said, the Riw-s ans "can skate with us In splennu] physical conol-inti." "They liVie body contact and engage in all sorts of physical .raining other than hockey.11 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE E-311 W L Pel. GBL P 7? Al .632 -Nev; York 53 .iil 11 CMcagrj 61 U .571 IJVi LMJII 54 S3 53 Al 19 Wctl to il F-ranciSno (A -lil TODAY'S GAMES (S-S1 Grlmsl-y (10 6) LEAGUB Bail L Pel. OBL 'Jew 6" SI Boston S3 .W 3Tii W.liwfluXM Ibni UK! Nntiriiiiil fl'ickey pl.iyrr is on Ihr; brink abandoning Ihc Ixiafs Pgh 711 J? '3 tfi M. V.H .11 Run-, In: (70; Tol bcrt. Pitching (Jfclsiwi- i Nolfln, Cin (.BIJIj Cflrlfor, delpnis, Win .101 111 77: 111 17 n y Slrif.Hand (3) i) CrnriTT and Born- (711) Lamb Win- nnrf Fwit, Moiti HRi: Broha- Bell Johnon G. Mel- Oil. LEAGUE LEADERS OnX Sthfinhlu i, CM! KC R H pel. 75 U7 .370 ft 101 .31S y> 134 .313 71 IK .313 53 131 ,im 31 B< 33 W .307 70 1? .199 .VI 97 '.TH Cajft, 'n, Mi-r- L T A Pt Lcthbridgc Minor Hockey Association ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICERS CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Gf.NiPAl PURPOSE ROOM MONDAY, AUG. 28th-8 P.M. CVFPYONC WEICOMEI Available in 6 in. ilia., 38 ft Icngtli 8 in. dia., 37,