Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
Competition tough at big Toronto indoor event CTV will telecast the Toronto Star Maple Leaf Indoor Games on Wide World of Sports Saturday and again Feb. 22. This competition is con- sidered one of the best in- door meets in the world, having earned such an out- standing reputation that many athletes call and ask to be invited. To date, 14 countries are represented in this year's games: Canada, United States, England, New Zealand, Australia, Wales, Poland, Eire, Sweden, Ghana, Jamaica, Nigeria, Bahamas and Mexico. Some of the many varied events include pole 50, 600, 880, and yard vaulting, high jumping, dashes, meter run, shot-put, 50 yard hurdles, one mile and three mile Need a Prescription? We Offer Prompt Prescription Service 6 Days a Week Chargex Cards Accepted McCaffrey's "The Peoples Drug Store" 411131h SI. N. Ph. 327-3445 Opwi Hon. thru I to NEW ZEALAND ATHLETE, JOHN WALKER V2 PRICE STERLING SHOES PRICE CLEARANCE OF 1200 PAIRS OF LADIES' DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES SALE ENDS SATURDAY, FEB. 15th Phone 327-3344 320A 6th St. S: runs, and the one mile and two mile relay races. The women's high jump should be one of the highlights of the Games now that Canada's record holder, Debbie Brill, has returned to form. Poland's Elizabeth Katolik, European indoor 800 meter champion, will challenge Canada's Abby Hoffman over 880 yards. Abby won the Canadian in- door championship in March, covering 800 meters in and then added the Canadian out- door laurels to her growing list of titles with a over 800 meters in August. Sub four minute miler, John Harnett of Eire will move up to the three mile event in an attempt to become the first runner to win both the mile and the distance race at the Games. Canada's Grant McLaren will provide formidable opposi- tion after placing, third for three years at the Games. Fergie Olver, CFTO-TV, Toronto hosts. Abby Hoffman and Dr. Geoff Gowan provide the color commentary. Johnny Esaw, CTV's vice presi- dent of sports, is executive producer. APPOINTED DIRECTOR Aldo Ceccato, 40, ap- pointed music director of the Detroit Symphony in May, has been named director of the Hamburg Philharmonic. GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS The third annual three- day Brass Conference for Scholarships in New York included lecture- demonstrations on French hom, tuba, trombone, and trumpet. SMITH'S SPORTS SPECIALS SATURDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES SPECIAL, 1 p.m., Cb. 7. Some highlights from Ihe third Canada Winter Games being held in Lethbridge are the opening ceremonies and the speedskating finals, as Canadian athletes compete for gold, silver and bronze medals. 2 hrs. PRO BOWLERS TOUR, p.m.. Cb. 11. The Fair Lanes Open at Springfield, Va. have the finalists competing for shares of a purse. Live. CURLING CLASSIC, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. From St. James Civic Centre in Winnipeg, Bud Somerville of Superior. Wis. is meeting with Harvey Mazinke of Regina, Sask. 60 min. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, p.m., Cb. 13. NHL HOCKEY, 7. From Montreal comes a game .between the Canadiens and Ihe Chicago Black HaVm. Live. CANADA WINTER GAMES, p.m., Cb. 7. SUNDAY CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR. 11 a.m., Ch. 9. Highlights on today's program include World Cup skiing, an exhibition of speedway motorcy- cle riding from the Astrodome in Houston and the Parado Del Sol Rodeo Championships from Scoltsoale, Ariz. 2 hrs. CANADA WINTER GAMES SPECIAL, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Seen today are highlights from the gymnastics finals, and badminton and basketball com- petitions. 2 hrs. NBA BASKETBALL, 1 p.m., Cb. 9. From Chicago Stadium, the Buf- falo Braves Uke on the Bulls. Live. ABC's CHAMPIONSHIP AUTO RACING SPECIAL. I p.m.. Cb. II. Daytona International Speedway is the site for the 17th Daytona 300 ttith an estimated purse o[ S300.000 up (or grabs. Live. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, p.m., Cb. 11. Highlights include the Vienna Ice Review from Zurich, an exhibition of pocket billiards by world champion Willie Mosconi and the Hawaiian Masters Surfing Cham- pionships from Oahu. 90 min. CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. p.m., Ch. 7. MONDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. 10 p.m., and p.m.. Cfc. 1- CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. p.m.. Ch. 13. Local coverage includes interviews with athletes and tapes of skiing and basket- ball events. 40 min. TUESDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. 10 p.m., and a.m., Cb. 7. CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. p.m.. Cb. 13. Action is seen on tapes of the Alberta male and female volleyball competitions. 40 min. WEDNESDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES SPECIAL, p.m., Ch. 7. Schedules on tonight's program are highlights of the coverage of volleyball, hockey and figure-skating competitions in the third Canada Winter Games from Lelhbridge 2 hrs. CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS, p.m.. ami p.m Ch. 7. CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS, p.m.. Ch. 13. Highlights from the hockey and tennis competitions are seen. "40 min. THURSDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS, p.m.. Ch. 7.13. FRIDAY CANADA WINTER GAMES HIGHLIGHTS. p.m.. Ch. 1. 13. 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