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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Reaches best time of career Hasting turns on the steam in Munich IvfUNTCH Smooth-stroking Bob Kaslinfi, IxjlhbridRo's swimming priilo nnil joy, today swam Ihe fastest 100-mclro butterfly of his earner lo ad- vance lo tlm men's scml-flnals In the Olympic Games. Kasling covered ttio distance- In 57.65 seconds. Knsllng was one o[ three Can- to advance to (ho semi- finals with Bruco Kolwrtson ol Vancouver smashing his Canadian record In the hutter- fly witli a winning lime in his heat of 56.45. The old Canadian mark was 5B.C5 which Robert, son set earlier lliis year. Also qualifying was Byron Hat-Donald, a Canadian living n Chicago. Brilliant Mark Spitz of Iho United Stales, who has already won three gold medals and, ac- cording lo swimming experts at the Games, has a chance at an unprecedented seven golds, won his heat in the butterfly In 50.45. .Spitz holds the world rec- ord of 54.G. Kasting placed third In his heat with one of the top efforts so far hy any Canadian in any sport at Munich. meantime, Canada's swim ming team placed fourth in lha heats of the women's freestyle relay event loday to [uallfy for Iho final. Whilo Iho team set n Cana- rlian record of four minutes 5.95 seconds, Its clot-king was the ol Iho eight countries reaching Iho final tonight The East German girls, an- chored by Kornclia Knder. equalled the world record of and the United Slates was not far off It. The two countries were the heat win- ners, wilh tlie Americans timed in Tho U.S. holds the listed world record of set in 1971, hut another U.S. team lowered It to at a meel days ago In Knoxville, Tcnn. iunnar l.ar'Xin of Sweden led .ho 400 metre individual medley, clocking an Olympic record of David lirumwel' of Cal- gary was fourth in the heat won hy the Swede and did not qualify. The Canadian's time of was more than 2 sec- onds off his carecr-hcst. Novella Calligaris ol Ilaly was the top quallter in the women's 400-mctro freestyle as eight girls were clocked under tho Olympic standard set in 1903 by Debbie Meyer of the U.S. Miss Calligaris smashed Deb- bie's clocking with a time of Shane Gould of Auslralia easily qualified In winning her heat in Tho Aussie holds the world mark ol for the distance. Mary Beth Rondeau of Van- c o u v c i' and Ann Mario McCaffrey of Calgary were Ihird and fourth respectively in the heat won by the 100-melra freestyle silver winner, Amer- can Shirley Baba-shoff. The Ca- nadian girls didn't qualify. But Miss Rondeau's time of was near her best and Miss McCaffrey's clocking ol was a career-best. Miss Babashoff did Neilson, Babaslioft upset GouU Mark Spitz breaks third world record By BRUCE I.EVKTT Canadian Press Sporls Editor MUNICH fCP) Mark broke his third world record in Ihe Olympic pool Tuesday, tow- elled himself dry and said; "I'm afraid of everybody. Four years ago, as a brash IR-ycar-old, the California-torn swimmer went to Mexico City announcing that he intended to win four individual gold medals and emerged with a second- place silver, a third-place bronze, two golds in relay events and a powerful incentive to do belter in 1972. Olympic results BASKETBALL Spain 72 Egypt 58 Brazil 72 Spain 60 Poland 95 Senegal 59 Russia 79 Italy (W Japan 78 Egypt 73 Puerto Rco 70 Yugo 7-1 W. Germany 93 Phillpines 74 Czecho 69 Australia 08 U.S. 67 Cuba 4S WATER 1'OLO W. Germany 4 Neth. 4 U.S. 8 Canada 1 Yugoslavia 7 Cuba 5 Bulgaria 7 Japan 4 Russia 7 Bulgaria 2 Yugo 5 Mexico 3 Hungary (i Greece 1 Cuba 4 Romania 3 Italy 6 Spain 2 MEN'S VOLLEVBAI.L East Germany 3 Brazil 1 Poland 3 Tunisia 0 Russia 3 S. Korea 0 Bulgaria 3 Czocho. 2 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL .S. Korea 3 Hungary 0 Russia 3 W. Germany 0 FIELD HOCKEY Pakistan 3 Uganda 1 Spain 0 Malaysia I) Belgium 1 France 0 W, Germany 2 Arg. 1 SOCCER W. Germany 3 Morocco 0 Malaysia 3 U.S. 0 Denmark 4 Iran 0 Brazil 2 Hungary 2 Biggest leimis tourney ready FOREST HILLS, N.Y. CAP) The U.S. open tennis championships opened today Mid the lineup of nations repre- sented in the draw is rivalled only by Ihe Olympics. Top-seeded Stan Smith of Sea Pines, last year's men's champion, faced 15-year-old Billy Martin of Palo Vcrdcs, Calif., In Iho opening match. Today, needing one more vic- tory lo match the four achieved by Don Schollar.der of the United Stales in 1964, the cur- rent Olympic swimming high, he still has a shot at an un- precedented bag of seven golds, a total that has reached by gymnasts but has not been approached by any oilier ath- lete. While Spitz tucked away Uie 00-metre freestyle title along 'ith liis previous victories in :ic 100-metre butterfly and as a c 100-metr cmbcr of cmbcr of the U.S. 400- metre rceslylc relay team, all in 'orhl-rccord times, Isvo Ameri- can girls threw n roadblock In [he way of Shane Gould, the Australian 15-year-old who was expected lo make similar prog- ress through the- women's events. FINISH WAS CLOpK Sandra Neilson and Shirley Babashoff touched barely ahead of the 15-year-old Aus- tralian In the 100-metre freestyle, which Shane was try- ing to add to the 200-metre indi- vidual medley she won on Mon- day's opening swimming pro- gram. Her team mate, Beverly Whitfictd, turned the tables with a victory In Ihe women's 200-melre breaststroke and Roll and Matlhes of East Germany won the men's 100- mclro backslroke in the only other swimming finals of the night. Canadians continued to im- prove on their previous per- formances but Tuesday's only finalist was Ralph Hullon of Ocean Falls, B.C., a 24-year-old veteran of two previous Olym- pics, who finished eighth and last in Ihe 200-metre freestyle after breaking his own Cana- dian record in the heats. The world record in the How Canada performed BOB KASTING A superh Olympic effort by ths Lcth- hridgfi swimmer. Thomas suspended IRVINE, Calf. (AP) San Jiego Chargers suspended Thomas Tuealay and a daily fine as the second month began without ;lie moody running back traded :jy Dallas Cowboys. "Duane 'Itiomas was told to to training camp by 6 o'clock soltl Harland Svare, head coach of tho Na- tional Football League club. "He failed to report. He is .suspended without com- pensation. He will fined each day he is absent. The Chargers gave up per- manent rights to wide receiver Rilly Parks and running back Mike Montgomery for Thomas. In his first two years with Dallas, Thomas gained yards on 326 carries and scored 16 touchdowns for the Cowboys. CYCL.NO lWfcllarnoTr-9 Team Trlah Ware' Bouln, Sle, Foy, Que., Brian Chenler, Jack fAcCutlouqh, Winni- peg, Tom Vancouver, ?4fh In Held of 35 in tlnnl. WATER POLO SWIrWAIrJO ?oaMcfre FrecsWlc: Ralph Hulton. Ocean Tails, B.C., second in heat, qualified for final; Bruce Rob. errson Vancouver, third !n hoar, ellm- Inaled; Ian MacKoniie, Ocean Fallv In heSr, eliminated. Men's 100-Melra BreaMslroke: Bill B.C., sec- ond Tn heal, qualified for leml-llnals Bob Sloddarf, 3C. Calharlr.es, On1 second heat, qualified 'or Bern finals) Mike Whi laker, Calgary, Ihlrd In heal, elimlnrtled. Woman's BrcaslslroKe: Jane Wright; Toronto, Ihird In h eliminated; fAarian Stuart, Dorval, Que, fourlh In heaf, eliminated; RMB Marls Pepc, Vancouver, seventh heal, eliminated. Men's 700-Merra Frseirvte: Ralph HuUon, Ocean Falls, B C., eighth In iinal. tf.en's >00-Melre Breaslslroke: Mahoney, Now Wosrmlnifcr, fiHh In semi final, eliminated; Bob Stod darf, St. Catharines, Onr., sevcnlh In semi-final, eliminated. FENCING Men's F a 1 I i Individual: Conyd, Vancouver) Lester Wong, T onto- and Obit, Dcillard i Ormcaux, Oue., all In preUn- ary round, eliminated. ROWING Coxed Fours: Robert Cunliflc, Vic loria, Roger Jackson, Ottawa, tdga Smilh, Comox, James VJalk er, Hamilton, Ont., and cox Mtchn Corway, Vancouver, second In repc charges, advance to tlnal. Coxed Pnlrs: Trevor Josephioi CMnlvook, B.C., Michael Neary, VI. rorla, B.C., and cox Glenn BaUersby Delta, B.C., second !n repcchagci, vancect to semi finals. Coxlesi Fours: Donald Curphey, Vancouver, Ian Gordon, Richmond, R.C., Karel Jonker, Burnaby, B.C., and Gregory Rokosh, Toronlo, second qualified (or sernl- Coxless Palrji Rfchard Symsyk, eamwllfe, Ont., flntf Andrew Van en, St. Catharines, Ont., Ihlrd In hages, ellmlnaled. YACHTIHO i Clarke, Toronro, of n: Johr 5th In first Flying Dutchman: Peter Byrna and on Vancouver, IBlh of 39. Tempest: Ted Halm, Oakvllle, Onr., id Larry Scotl, Ha 17lh of Bruce end itreat, IMh of 18. illng: David Miller Paul Cote, Vanco Peler men's 100-melre breaslstrokc failed to survive the semi-finals of the event. Going into tonight's final, it belonged Nobutaka Taguchi of Japan, after John Ifencken of the U.S. held it briefly at the end of the first semi-final heat. Bill Mahoney of New minster, B.C., broke the! Canadian record in his heat and broke it again in his semi- Einal, was unable to qualify. HAS DAY OFF Spi tz wi H give Uie record- keepers a rest imlil Thursday, when he goes In the 100-metre butterfly and the 800-metre freestyle relay. If his streak is still alive, he can prolong it in Sunday's 100 freestyle and fin- ish it off in the 400 medley re- lay on Monday's final swim- ming card. Thanks mainly to Its swim- mers and divers, the U.S. team maintained its lead in the Olympic medal table with five gold, six silver and four bronze. 3ast Germany was second with hree, two and four, while Rus- sia moved into third place with ts second gold the lOO-kilometre team cycling time go with three silver and two bronze. In (he unofficial point stand- Ings, based on a 10-5-4-3-2-1 count for the first six placings in final events, the Americans HIS LAST OLYMPICS Ralph Mutton, back lane, of Ocean Falls, B.C., dives at start of Tuesday night's final in the men's 200-me1er freeslyle Olympic event In Munich. Hul- ton placed eigth in the event and announced that will be hU lost Olympics. (CP Wiraphoto) Allan Lelbel, Q Hall, Toronto, fifth ot 33. MODERN PENTATHLON Team: Canada of 19 afler three nls. _______ dual: Scolt Scheuer da, Ont, J3rd ol 59 comf Aaaten, Sarnia, 551h; Gcorgo Skcne, DrnlB, STIh. BOXIHO Fealherwtrghh Dale ArKlcrsen, Mountain House, Alta lost tpht eclsion, eliminaled. D1VINO Springboard: Scoll Cranham, Grand Rapids, Mich., of 32 alter dives, eliminated; Ken Sully, Bumaby, B.C., lith, cllmln- alcd; Ron Frlesen, SasViatcoo, 25lh, imlnated. CYMMA5TICS Men's learn Hxerctses: Sieve Mil- ruk 971h of 113) Andre Slm- ard, Montreal, 1041hj Bruce Mcdd, Ot- 112th. Edmoo- Gordon Berlle, Ion, by fall In Ihird round or class. Pat Bolger, Dulton, Orvf., lost W fait In 136.5-pound class. Freestyle; Harry Gens, London, Onf., lost by fall In third round of 130-pourxl clais, eliminated. ffnsh. Double Sculls: Peter Bar arJncs, and John McNiven. fourth In repochagos, rllm; 5f. Ca1h- IT'S SHOWROOM CLEARANCE TIME! Delayed arrivals from Japan have overloaded Suzuki dealers so right now they aro ottering groat year end deals on many models- which means great savings lor you. See your Suzuki dealer and get the deal of the year! BERT MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avo. S. Phon. 327-3M1 Cloicd Moniltty, Opon Dnily a.m. lo Thurl. nnd M. a.m. lo p.m. Open A Tolal of Houri A Week To You "Serving S. Alborla for Ovor 35 Yoori" ____________ Minnesota signed iaiiy TORONTO (CP) Minnesota v'orlh Slars wasted little time igning up their players for Ilio ullire, getting a slart oven foe- ore Iho I mi-72 National fockcy Lea pie season ended. lha Ilireat of Ihe World lockcy Association in neifitibor- ng SI. Paul, gencr.il manager Vren Blair nnd coach Jackie lordon wcro obviously aware if the threat the proximity -mscd to Ilicir marketable play- ;rs. As a rreull of Hie carl..' sell- iig Ihe North Slars didn't ose n player to Hie rival WMA. Ami Iwo Goldsivorthy and .1. P. mcl added reason not lo regret coming to terms. Tlic veteran wingers were se- Jecled by Harrj' Sinclen lo try out wilh Team Canada for the forthcoming eight-game seres with Russia which should deter- mine, once, and for all, the world hockey power. irs AN iioNon "Sure, I wns a little surprised when Harry asked me to play." Goldsworlhy admiltcd shortly alter his goal ended the scoring in Team Canada's final intra- squad gamo hero this week prior to deparlnre for Montreal and the opening game of Ihe scries Saturday night. ''It's a real honor lo play for your country." had 1M points to 71 for East Germany and 45 for Russia Canada, unable to pick up points Tuesday, foad a 16th place total of six. Italy broke into the meda table with a gold and bronzo in trapshooling. Ange'o Scalzon won tho event and broke world record by shattering of his 200 targets in the three day competition. Jolm Primrose of Etlmonto finished seventh among the 5 competitors with a score of 192 Russia, bidding for fl doub victory in team gymnastic after capturing the women event Monday, had to settle fi sccond-placu silver behind ti Japanese men who wowed Ih judges with n half-in, half-o tun) and. twist whicli the coach called the Tsukahar Jump in honor of its performc on the horizontal bars, Mitsu Tstikahara. YACHT PLACES THIRD David Miller of Vancouv sailed to a tlu'rd-place finish in the Soling class as the yacht- smen held Uie first ot their seven races. Allan Lcibel of To- ronto was fifth in the Dragon contest and the Star entry skipped by Ian Bruce of Mon- tieal made it into the top half of Hie division wilh the aid of a disqualification that placed the Canadians ninth In Ihe field of Two Canadian wrestlers were still alive afler three rounds of help promote U of L a'lhlelics Pronghorn Society formed By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer The University of Lethbridge, allempting lo upgrade its hlclic program, held an open eeling to discuss the feasibii- of forming an organization illed Ihe "Pronghorn Society" night. The Pronghorn Society, will ssentially be an organization lat plans to use athletics ns medium to promote better elations between the univer- ty and tho community. University Athletic Director, r. Gary Bowie, had some rong feelings about the or- anization hi Its fetish slate and was very much in favor of formation. 'I strongly believe that alh elics is on extremely good nethod In generating interest the comment- ed Bowie. "Through athletics we are at' empting lo persuade more peo- ple outside Ihe iiniversily cir cle lo gel he added Tliis is were Ihe Pronghorn Society comes in. The society will help promote jie university athletic pro- gram, so that the student bodj nd towns-people might enjoy jid have pride in it Its primary objective is to aise enough money, in order rat, student athleles who re- uire financial assistance may ave someone lo turn to. The organization Is now reg- istered with the provincial gov- ernment as a society and selection of officers will be the next step. Another meeting has there- fore been called for Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. in the new physical education building. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL Hart Taxidermy Gcmslone'i League Tcftle Ospckl 250; Frank Bernharf '47; Scotly Mulr JI-n !51: Bob Arlhur 21Er II. 71E; Ann O'Neill Velms Miller 251; Ruby Osecn 234; Maggie Oliver 23J; Kafre 262; Ann Reed 22i) Ben 310. Prebulll social Larry "raman 204; Mflnutl Schlte 17; Gary Low 220; Bill Lov; 215; altie McDonald 220; Guila Bunnage 203; Meryli Bunnage 2B8; Karl Nwck 213. Hlga'i Ladiei Dianna pederscn 252; Barb Scaller- noxl 351 Connla Marshallsay 237; Grace 253: Juanlta gard 254; Par JarvlD 3O2 Shirley nder 373 clnrk 253; Grovel 2S9 Edilh Voth 732. Monday Mixed Wilma Valer 2BO Leona I rlnl 271; Hetai WeeFs Carol Half 240; Dorolhy OlsBasTfT ?43; Ken Hall 259; Gail Ttrnbrldge 2K gan Sparks 3M JM Totlln ?59; Abe Plcll 258. Alex Elma WILSON'S JUHIOR5 SHOP Nina Slrdl inner 253 Cartel 543 (MSti Jennie Mwen Carole Sactikiw 274; Elaine TcmpMns 253; Evelyn Krauss Barbara But- [ert Heltn Deal 258; Murile :ers Kalhy 745 Ptggy Ferry 734j Jean Conlnx 239. GORDIE'S MEN Ken Kuril Earl Armour 300 Al Srnllh 312 Duane Izer 306 Wimp Naksmura 309 2S7i Valor 2fii; Mike Tobo (7101; Oreit YurchaH 269 Ron Gretztnger 290 Sfeve 2i3 SPEEOYS LADIES Bea, Salmon 219; Jean KosXtaW Mary Onofrychuk 250; Rose Johrtort 343 Marg Smifh 21Sj Helen CavefS 223; Taylor 221j 725; DofRfin Mirfi AAafcomson 222; Grace Seard 253. SIMPSONS-SEARS Pat M B i c h u k 216; Nick iVjirchuU fiii Rufh Clay 209; Jack Underwhtr 236; Lo'I 2'2j Ian Wilson 261 Carol 710; Bernlti Marlley 259( Torn PrfllT Ml Lcgge 201- freestyle oompofition. Fly- weight Gordon Bertie of Ed- monton had von three straight bouts while Pal Bolger of Dut- ion, OnL, was pinned for his first loss in three starts in the lightweight division. Dale Anderson became the third casualty of Canada's five- man lioxing I cam when he dropped a split decision in the featherweight class. Flyweight Cliris his of Vancouver and heavyweight Carroll Morgan of Anlignnish. N.S., have not yet scon nclion. TItUKF, CRKWS SUKV1VB Three of (he five Canarlian hoal.s look ndvautago of their second chance to qualify for Thursday's semi-finals in repe- chagc heats on the second day of the rowing ami sculling pro gram. finishes cnablct Canadians to qualify in the coxed pairs and fours and coxlcss fours. The coxlo-ss pair and rinnlile scwlls enlries fin ishcd farther hack and were elmiinalrri. A youthful liio competitors from Sarnia, Ont. improved modestly in tin sliooling phase of tho fiveKla; modern pentathlon competition but siill trailed the -other 1 loams in a taxing event largch, d om i n a t r (I hy more oericncerl Europeans. Andersen needed one vote MUNICH (CP) East Ger- man and Russian Judges were ot enough to keep Dale Ander- cn of Rocky Mountain House, lla., in contention in the feafli- islit boxing competitions at he Olympic Games The two judges said the 18- cnr-olcl lioxer beat Clemenfe .ojas of Colombia but the three (her Sudan, joiith Korea nnd Ivehano nve their votes to the South .merican. Andersen In a classic tandup slylo and [hrew 3 many puricltes as hLs oppo- ent, but they were not enough o get the nod of ono more urtge. Rojas threw some effective eft hooks but not able to mild up any combinations agaiast the Canadian cham- )ion, who started In ,M7. Andersen eliminated vliile Rojas advanced with J5 otliers. HOLIDAY WEEKEND at LEO SINGER'S SHORT AND LONG SLESVED DRESS SHIRTS Regular 7.00 to 12.00 CLEARING AT Off CASUAL PANTS A nice selection of plamt and 14.99 Reg. lo 79.95 CLEARING AT Tmcleau will attend TORONTO (CP1 Politi- cal implications of the coming Can ad a-Russia hockey series are becoming increasingly evident. Prime Minister Trwdean, originally scheduled to attend only Iho oper.ing game in Montreal Saturday, has ?n- nounced he will also attend the second game in Toronto Monday. The Liberal prime mlnLster also is expected to lie scaled close lo Ontario C'on.sei valivo Premier William Davis. MEN'S AND BOYS' SHORT SLEEVED T-SHIRTS Aliorled end Jon BALANCE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS CLEARING AT BALANCE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' SUMMER JACKETS Assorted ityles one) CLEARING OUT AT "WE HAVE THE CLOTHES YOU NEED FOR THE LIFE YOU LEAD.- LEO SINGER'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 114 SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 ;