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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 UTHSniDC! HEKALO Aufluil 3V IWi- Jubilant Africans celebrate victory ipic atmosphere restored as athletes pile in MUNICH The buildup fin- tlio 1M Olympic fiamrs sMllierod nioim'iiUim day with the sduiluli'd nrrival slill waited to h'imi whether Iliey would he allowed to stay in the (tamos village, ttra jubi- lant had just about ex- of hundreds of meuv uliilelcvs and lumstwl celebration of their ''historic ami glorious victory." Khexlosinn team manager OS' ic Plaskitt was still waiting to the casiiii; 01" inisiim Mkwing tlic ousting of Rhixlesui. Wliilo the Hhodesian team an. sweep TORONTO Tram 11 h e September exhibition Canada scouU returned fyom hockey series. 1 '-1-- Moscow and suggested day nkiht a possible eight-game' sweep liy ttie Canadian pros in Athletics take lead Lnbor Club Athletics picked up a 4-2 victory over Leth- bridgc Hotel Juniors in the opening came of the Commer- cial Meus' Fastball final p I a y-of f i fries Ti i esc! ay nil jiit. The second game of the of-three series is set to go to- night at 7 p.m. at the Dave ELIoti ball park. In Tuesday night's contest, George Jacket gave up 10 hits to earn the victory while Ron Zasaciny absorbed the loss al- lowing just six safeties. Ed Carpenter jed the Athle- tics with a home nm while John McLellan and Bob Da- vidson, coach and chief scout res [MM; lively of the Hockey League's Bob Neuinan chipped in with two singles. Jim Tratch and Tom Bers- nac paced the Juniors with three singles each. Tom Sea- man added a pair of singles. Canadian team earns victory WILLTAMSPOHT, Pa. (API Windsor overcame a 1-0 defi- cit Wednesday with a two-run third inning ixd wc-nt on to reg- ister a 3-2 victory over Vienna, Va., in a con.solation game at the Little League World Series. The Canadians scored their two runs on a walk to Frank Corting, singles by Jim Vincenl 3Jid Don Sabolick and an error by Vienna left fielcier Mike Curry. National Toronto Maple Leafs, spent a week in the Russian camp. "The big thing Ls you can't take them lightly." said McLclUm. "They can skate and boy, they're in shape.1' Do they skate better than the NIIL selects in training here? I "They're not better in any 1 'was McLellati's sharp retort. He was, however, best ant about forecasting a clean 5 wee p. "To ask one team to beat aiv otter eight times in a row is to ask a lot. If we play up to our capabilities, though, we NOTKD STRATEGY McLcllan and Davidson were sent to Moscow with the pur pose of making detailed note? on the Russian goalies, their sower-play and penalty-killing formations and to assess thesi facets of the game as they ap- ply to Team Canada. They saw two toumamen games in which players tJia will make up the hulk of tin Soviet squad competed. We saw Tretiak (Vladislav) their No. 1 goalie, and he didn' look particularly sal Davidson. "He let in eigh goals, some high over his shou dcrs and a couple between hi legs. car fnirn Willi Hauine, jirosi- cnt of the West (jennan imizing committee, as to tiethei- his parly could remain n the Games village. Bitterly disappointed1 at their xpulsion from the ided by the Jtiotrnalional ily mplc ConimJ ttee's 36-to-31 oto Tuesday Rlwxle- ians put a brave face on their isappointment nnd maintained lioir loyalty to tho Olympic n ove me n t whic ii d iso wned icm. CALLS IT VICTOHT Jean-Claude Ganpa, sccrc- ary-gciicral of the Supremo Council for Sports m Africa, ummcd up African feelings vhc-n he said: "We are salis- ied. This Ls a for sport id for Africa." Dauine, describing Africa as 'a young and impatient" conti- nent, appealed for a cooling-off icriod so that tlw Grimes could open Saturday in a happier at- sphere than has been appar- ent during the last week's polit- .cal wrangling Another to look forward to a >rigliter future was Ixird Kill- inin, the 58-year-old Irish peei who Wednesday Av- ery Brundagc of the Unite t: States as IOC pcsidenl. "We I try not to be dictated to b> he said. "I don' like heavy pressure by politica Lord Killanin was optimistic 'hnt the Rhixiesian crisi.s woulc not do lasting harm to tin Olympic we shal have to preserve iLs future." But there was at least gen eral agreement that with Rhodesian question out of way officials and competitor, could at last turn all their at tention lo the purpose of thei visit to winning o gold medals. MOKE TODAY More than officials anc competitors from 21 countries were due in Munich today boosting the total to around 7, 500 from 110 countries. The fi nal figure has been estimate? at from 130 countries. Tlic track and field corn- lit event of I lie 5-day, tumid set. new [KM k.s of o r m a n c c ant] Wednesday light's practice session in the Olympic stadium gave two (if tlw [avot'ilo.s a chatu'r lo shiiu1. AiiKti'ican musck-iiKin Woods confirmed his rating as favorite for the shot-putt title with a massive heave of 70 feet inches. Kenya's Kopciinjjc1 Kcino, de- fending his 1.5W-metre title at g attics, sharpened his by I'Litining the flOQ met- res in one minute, sec- fastest in the medal strewn career of tlio 32-yoar-old Kenyan police inspector. Airline flights biff worry NHL governors cautious TORONTO (CD NaLional ockcy governors voted Vedncsday lo hre.ik up Team Jarusda. The action war. confined, lowovcr, to airline flights for lie NHL players who will meet Russia, in an eight-game exhibi- .ion series in September. New coach for Canucks CALGAHY fCP) Calgary Canucks of the AllwrUi Junior' Hockey League nave announc- ed (tie resignation of coach Fred -Schweitzer for reasons. But Schweitzer said Tuesday he lias fired. "The only way I'm stopping down h.'om the past is if I've been fired. I certainly didn't resign for personal reasons. If I'm not doing a good enough job, then I should he fired but I feel I can help the tfcam. Schweitzer was selected coach last year, the team's first season of competition, and they finished second. General manager Tom Walls said Schweitzer agreed lo the content of the announcement before 31 was released. Ralph Burgess, assistant coach last year, has been named replacement. Rill WIrt7, iiroMdrnf -if Chi-1 cngo Ulack Hawks and the NIHj representative on Hockey Canada's steering committee, wos instructed to tell Harry Sinden, general manager and coach of Team Canada, (hat plans to split tlic team party i nto two f 1 igh Is was not suf- ficient. The action to use a number of flights would minimize the effect of any air disaster, ac- cording to MIL president Clar- ence Campbell. "The governors are con- cerned and they don't want too ma ny pi ay ers on each Campbell said following the governors' meeting here. "They want the player's distributed so that there is r.i> more than one player on any team on any one flight." OKFKKS NO SOLUTION Campbell had no idea how many airplanes would be neces- sary or how Team Canada couirl make the arrangements. The governors' edict didn't endear them to Sinden. "What they're asking is im- said Sinden. "It was difficult enough splitting them in two for some flights." SindetVs plan is to divide the pi avers between two f! igh t.s with no more than three play- ers from any one team on a plane. Don Ruck, NHL vice-presi- dent, said the governors consid- ered the matter one of serious nature. He admitted i nay be impossible for the gov Tiiors' wishes lo lie followed, "When you're flying fron Montreal to Toronto you have 0 flights a day to choose from nit when you're talking ahous Moscow it's not which airline what time, it's winch day There aren't that man; lights." ANDY CAPF I rQULD EASY-XSAlb VOU WERE CIEVER PEOPLE AREAIWAVS Harper wanted trade MONTREAL (CP) Defer- Kings for a future draft choiw oeman Terry Harper says he anri ottier considerations. Jernandcd a trade by Montreal Canadicns lie could not slum! eoadi Scotty Bowman, "Bowman was the whole rea- "Under the right coach, what the Canadians offered mo wo uld h avc been m ore than Harper smd b. an inter- make me comfort. view Wednesday. "I'd made up Harper said. "But LI'ITLK KOCK, Ark. 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