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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETH88IDGE MIHALO August 1973 Sovietpress slants truth Moscow no longer sportsman's Utopia ANDY CAPP MOSCOW The Soviet press is pulling out all stops to depict Moscow as a sportsman's paradise and to whitewash ugly incidents that have marred the World University Games Raucous and heck- ling of Israeli denial of visas to Israeli journalists and harassment of Soviet Jews Who have tried to attend the games may have seriously damaged Moscow's bid to stage the 1980 Summer Olympics. Riding through fire Ken McBi a member of the thrill driving team which performs each afternoon at the Canadian- National Exhibition Toronto bursts through a wall of burning timber Wednesday to the thrill of the audisnce. Hs one of nine drivers taking part in the show which features daredevil automotive acrobatics Wallops tee shots Panasiuk retains lead Ont around the picturesque an eagle on the par-five first '1 was swinging SD hard out jard layout. just one stroke off there I thought my msides v.ere Panasiuk held a two-stroke the best round of the day turned falling Bob Panasiuk said margin on Montreal's Phil Gi- 'in by Herb Holzscheiter of Ash- Friday after shooting a 63 lo and Ben Kern Lon-' Onl. continue a two-shot leader in whose PREDICTIONS that shoot- ers in southern Alberta could look for tighter regula- tions on wild waterfowl fall have failed to material- ize The bag limits and the sea- sons are the same as those lor last according to j the regulations pamphlet The drought of the current year zeroed in on a portion of southern Alberta The bi- ologists and the game man- agers apparently feel that the drought area was just too small to upset population patterns to any great degree. Duck and goose shooters in the south country have al- ways depended on the north- ern birds for their best hunt- ing. The reports indicate on the northern breeding water supplies were good and spring conditions While the local situation appears to have held its real problems are looming in southern Sas- eastern Montana and the Dakotas. These areas are all regard- ed as important breeding grounds and they were hit weren't hard on the young birds. Between the local drought situation and waiting for the northern birds to be pushed south by the migra- tion patterns and shooting may tend to ba sDmawhat erratic in southern Albeila. In the south the migrating birds will no doubt gather tn the larger irrigation water impoundments and in the deep waters behind the capi- tal structures. There is no doubt about it the production of local birds is ctovvn sharply this year. because the drought has forced an early gram harvest in many dis- tricts of the it will be during the latter part of the season that local hunters will get some of their best shoot- ing Some coaches and visiting reporters also have grumbled about the prison-like security inflexible insufficient inter- inefficient reporting of shaky communications and uninspired food. The United Slates delegation was particularly irate over the Cuoan brswl which disrupted an American-Cuban basketball game Wednesday night and the light admonishment given the Cubans by the Games' technical committee The committee chairman is Frank Hepp of the man who headed the committee which voted against the Ameri- can protest in the controversial 51-50 basketball less to the USSR in the Olympic Games at Munich YOU'D NEVER KNOW IT I'VECAILEO INT ANSWESTO J ADVERT A I MOPN I'M NOT J TtJO ABOUT TWENTY fCART Race results hard by the drought The drought has affected not only the wild but oth-. er species of wildlife as well. For south Albertans the season on ducks and geese opens Sept. and remains open until Jan. 3 a long season to be sure. the Canadian Professional Golf- ers' Association j y-- The who plays out j JJcltCS of the Hydeaway Golf Club operated by his fa- came in with a 36-hole score of nine under par on the Burlington Golf and Country for trapshoot icon The low 100 and ties survived the 153 cutoff for the final 36 holes of the tournament today and Sunday. The championship canies prize monej of S5.000 going to the winner. BALDING HJiS 6S Gar Hamilton and Al j both of were at 137' with Moe Norman of Ont. Hamilton had a the vet- There's nothing like beat- ing your own record. Month or so ago young Blame Nedd of North Lethbridge caught a German brown trout in the Cottonwood River near Wa- terton which crowded the five-pound mark. He's now come up with one that surpasses the five- pound mark ounces Blame was firmed angler long before he made the two outstanding catches this year There are many anglers who can't make the five-pound plus grade with a brownie during a lifetime of angling. If one read only the controlled Soviet he would never know such incidents or disputes had occurred or would perhaps dismiss them as nor- mal actions of spirited fans or officials Every day since well before the games opened Aug. the Soviet madia have carried glow- ing accounts of the handling of the univer- siade as of Moscow's ability to hold tbe Olympics. The press has quoted every- one fiom Lord presi- dent of tlv International Olym- pic Committee to news- paper men. athletes and to a cook at Moscow State on the facilities. Some athletes arid officials said they were misquoted in the Soviet press accounts or that the quotes were fabricated. The national youth news- Komeomolskaya Pravda accused a British correspondent of attending an Israeli basket- ball match Saturday to several make capital on the tired theme a con- I of imaginary of Jews in the Soviet EDMONTON Northlands i Park race resuUs Friday. I FIRST 5 fur- j I Domta 1140 270 Shu- eia 4.20 Go For Jim 620. 1.01 45 Katy Little Koy Bclrr.ont Queen also 'an Track Scratch- Chanson Du NorrJ. SECOND SI 4-year olds and 7 TLrlcngs. Courteous 8.30 4.20 3 Wimple Street 410 Hungry Hawk 630. Time. 1.28 Spangle ty Blue Rebel Sure Speed Go By Night also rcn DAILY DOUBLE- 525 80 THIRD 3 1 116 miles Go Go Mack 5 90 3 60 2 Go Gypsy 410 Trusted Position SOO. Time 1 4-5 Mr. Jake's Glen's Kitty Kc-nct also ran 513 10 FOURTH 3-vear olds. 7 fur longs Eagle Star 590 300 Irish Knave 270 Red Power 290 Time- 1 26 Pal Easy To Irish Arm- Esau Arctic also ran. FIFTH si 7 fur- longs. Blue Spsrky 11.00 550 Grey nooe 11 90 Girl 340. Time 1-23 Glory A-ts Eita's La Sonata also ran. 513990 SIXTH miles Bsllyclare 7.30 440 Mr. Sto'rr.y 490 Love SUC- CESS 3.50. Time 1.53 2-5 Divvy Hey Super Pebble Sandy's Splendour also ran. SEVENTH S3 OCD 2 7 furlongs Sea Reason 270 2 320 Z Prepress.ve hope 2 90. Time. 1 26 3-S Little County's Roy- al Itchy Gary'i I Prince Geellc also ran. EIGHTH 4-yesr-cldj ind i T i miles Let's Get Gainq 3 70 4 10 Morning Muster 5.40 Red fAahogany 350. Time 1-53 45 Fast Ice Sharp Precious Argent also ran. I S23 10 Club layout was leaping out of my _. Panasiuk said of his tee One Southern Alberta's top eran Balding a 68 and Norman shots that been the talk of i the 23rd annual finished at 69. tbe fans who have followed him jjerry Cahoon 131 Sixteen golfers beat par and scheduled for the L i n d e r another four were at even par near Sept. 1 149. Nolzcheiter was in a group at Open to all the 133 with Gary Pitchford of shoot will be highlighted Lew Taj lor of He I DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 lie STREET NORTH day by a ham and bacon shoot Que and Andre Gagnier of I from two o'clock until dark. Adrian Bigras of Competition for the Cahoon Que was alone at I trophy will take place Sunday 139. with the aggregate score in two events deciding the win- The first event will r made up of 50 targets from 16 -T 1'aUClS yards and the second event 50 handicap targets. Also scheduled Sunday is a Pro at the Lethbridge Hender- i Rubles 25 pairs of dou- son Lake rrwim iCOULD CAUSE PROBLEM The article carried the im- plied warning that foreign re- porters who write unfavorably about the University Games may have trouble getting visas to cover the Olympics if they are held in Moscow. The Soviet media countered comments on the blandness and heaviness of Russian food with a long Tass one is satisfied with the food. It quoted caterers and diners at the university's cafeteria. Sovietsky the national published this week what it called a typical menu for the visiting athletes It described sumptious hors boiled lavish gar- nished and abundant fruits and vegetables. A group of British track men were shown the account and one of them burst out MOSCOW Tne'pan picked up its first three' te United States gained a measure go'd in a sport in day iLs nce potatoes ol revenge on the Soviet Union which Canada was well out ot and fw. cfa Earl Fran-is. who is the golf while Canada lost a chance for i the running. j potatoes and nce ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES If you plan to frequent the Irrigation water impound- ment areas during the shoot- ing it might be a good idea to carry a rod and reel along in the trunk. Scores of anglers continue to report the taking of lunker pike If the shooting is might try wetting a line with a ted and white spoon. Hunters taking in the open- ing of the big game season in mountain remem- ber Hot in the cool once the sun goes down. Tollestrup tops in losing cause Ckwfired a sec- ond round 81 which left him 26 The shoot is sponsored by the i sbots av'ay from tournament 1 Cardston Gun headed by 1 president Jay Scott. Electric traps will be in use and shells will be grounds available at the leader Bob Panasiuk. Francis fired a 78 in his opening round Thursday which gives him a total score of 159 a bronze medal in basketball as in Canada didn't get any the World University ended Friday Games medals Friday and finished iwith two silver and three C.V. 100 Coming Soon DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the mo Mr. tyndon General Sales Manager of Dunlop it pleased to announce that Steve Daku is iSe Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of July. Steve is to congratulated for his fine In attaining thlt prestigious achievement in the of Ford qua- lity new cart and trucks. Steve his thanks 10 all who helped make this achievement possible. FORD Awn M M npive The Americans beat the Rus- sians 75-67 for the basketball gold while Brazil edged Canada 80-79 for the bronze. 1 The US. win elated the club because it was the Russians who beat the U S. for the bas- Pitchford turned in a 71 Fn- ketball title in last summer's while Taylor posted a Olympic ending a 36- Perhaps the outstanding per- j Fall the lead going into Gagmer a 67 and Bigras a 69 hold on the basketball gold fcrmarioe of the Games came in the final round of the Canadian share golf lead bronze The Russians were runaway j winners in the medal picking up 68 6 silver and 31 bronze for a total of 135 The U S. was a distant second with j FREDERICTON Two 19 15 silver and 19 bronze competitors who will be for a 53 total. to university together this NATIONAL LEAGUE East St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago Montreal Philadelphia New York Los Argelea Cincinnati Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego West w L 65 62 61 63 61 66 59 67 59 68 58 68 t 79 76 54 70 56 67 61 62 68 47 60 Pet. 512 460 617 .535 .556 515 477 370 GBL IVi i 5Vz 6 6'j 13 18 31 Va AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 72 69 69 6B Baltimore Boston Detroit New York Milwaukee Cleveland FRIDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 110 020 MO S 1 Cincinnati 100 002 001 1 T 3 Segul and Sim- Borton Hall Carroll and Bench. HRs- Cruz Cm- Rose Kosco Pittsburgh 700 000 1 '0 1 Atlanta 000 000 340 Walker GiustT end Devine and Dletz. Chicago M2 000 2 10 1 Houston 110 000 4 7 a Hooton Burns and Hun- R EUSS and Jurie San Francisco 000 000 003 71 New York HO 000 COO 1 1 0 V.anchal and Koos- man and Grote. Dyer Los Angeles 000 102 372 Philadelphia 000 WO John and Twltchell Dion and Boane San DIeso 020 002 5 1 1 Montreal 010 Ml 010- 370 Troedson Caldwell and Ken- Moore Jarvis Stone- man Marshall and Humphrey. HR Burlington's Mike Fraser. the Americans Ian Clark of last-' The Canadians had a chance minute entry with his second to win the game against straight and Bob Rose of Copetown. also with a were at 140 WANTS ALI NEW YORK Muham- mad All has been offered million by Seattle promoter Joe Williams to fight heavyweight champion George Bob Friday. Ali's lawyer said but Ken McKenzie of Port Co- B missed a driving layup with three seconds Ifttt. Phil Tollestrup of was Canada's top scorer with 20 points while Bill Robin- son of had 18. As was the case in the pre- vious eight days of competition it was basically a Russia-U.S. show as those countries domi- nated the medals. Ja- Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION AUG. 27 8.30 p.m. Return N. Amer. Match DAN KROFFAT vs GIL HAYES ATLAS vs KIRK RAMIRIZ vt CODY 6 Exciting Malchtt S2.S9 S2 IKIR on CJOC-TV the freestyle race when Jack Tingley of the U.S. clipped 22.4 seconds off the Games record. He was timed in junior men-'s golf championship today. Defending champion Robbie of De Bizard. 16 2.2 seconds and won and Mike of Thornh- LEAGUC LEADERS Cm HCJ Hou Cin SF LEAGUE LEADERS win Det NY May. Mil NY OaK by almost 30 seconds over An- ton van Klooster of HoUand. In the women's 200-metre Susie Atwood of the U.S. won in Jane Rogers of Vancouver was eighth in both are 10 over par at 220 after three rounds. They are being chased by Michel Boyer. an 18-year-old from Ste. Julie de Que.. and Tom of both at 221. RONALD DrtRIEST PUBLIC BREAKFAST MEETING 9 El Rancho Motor Hotel All teenagers under 18 Free small children Ronald De Priest former mem- ber of rUII'i Angels and Devil'l Diteiplei was saved and filled with Holy Spirit to itart a 05 a of the hat an inspiring mei- for all of children and them- felvei. FULL GOSPEL BUSINESS MEN'S FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL AB R H SU 93 187 433 84 152 67 1J6 56 142 57 139 SI 105 West Oakland Kansas City Minnesota California Chicago Texas L Pet. 52 .581 57 .548 53 .543 62 .523 65 .410 75 .411 52 591 54 66 468 .468 68 .465 B2 .344 GBL 7 12'A 21 402 454 445 337 Pet. .344 .315 .3-3 313 I 313 312 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Texai Ml 400 5 1 Cleveland 030 040 13 1 Durham Brown Hudson Gogclewskl and Tim- merman and Duncan. HRs Johnson Duffy 2 Mlwauket 000000 4 1 Minnesota Oil rW 370 LocKwood and Decker and Mitterwald terwald. Hisle Detroit 000 M 1 Chicago 001 041 1 Scherman and Free- Acosta Stone and Herrmann. 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