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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-23,Lethbridge, Alberta 2R-THE LETHiRlDQC HERALD~W«dilMd«y. January 23,1*74 Injuries creep in on Canadian Commonwealth team ^ . .    .. ________... _____ ___II    ............./-kv I    ih. ivm BMiniuiMh of Cantsrhurv camDUB at init seuation. who wlU iwiin pica. He said tbe ■yttain here CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z. tCP) — Canada’s medal chances at the British Com-monwealtb Games may have taken a setback because of injuries. The two top-ranked high jumpers in the Commonwealth, John Beers of Merrit, B.C., and John Hawkins of Courtenay, B.C. picked up ankle injuries before they left Canada, which are still bothersome. Both will take part in the high jump, but coach Lynn Davies of the Canadian team doubts they will be at their best. Beers is the outstanding favorite to take the gold medal here, but with his ankle bothering him, it could hurt his performance. Hawkins has the same kind of injury, picked up «^tle ptayins basketball. Claude Ferrange of Montreal was in good shape and had jumped well In a pregames meet last Sunday. In that meet. Ferrange finished second with a Jump of MOV« while Beers was fourth at 6-8=^4 and Hawkins well dowtt at 6-6%. Beers holds the Commonwealth record of 7-4^«. Davies said he was “well satisfied’’ with the team and nentioned Glenda Reiser of Ottawa, Brenda Eisler of Vancouver and Maureen Crowley of Vancouver as showing extremely well in practice. “Crowley’s running the 800 metres and she’ll be one to watch,” he said. R^ser will run only the 1,-SOO metres and Eisler will be in the long jump. Asl;ed why Beers and Hawk< ins will be allowed to compete if they’re not in top shape, he said: “When we were tralmng at the University of Hawaii, I asked them if they were OK. I asked them to go to the doctor for a medical opinion and he pronounced them fit.” He said all 30 members of the Canadian track and field team would be competitive, if not winners. “I think this meet Is too important to use as a means of getting experience. If you come here you should have a chance of winning and 1 believe that’s the kind of team we have.” Diving coach Don Webb said Beverley Boys of Pickering, Ont., who won the gold medal in both tower and three-metre diving at the IffTO Edinburgh Games hurt her back in practice, but would compete. “I took her out of the pool and sent her to a physiotherapist for treatment and she should be okay,” said Webb. Boys, looking a good deal trimmer than the 14? p&uods she weighed at the Munich Olympics, is favored to retain her UUes.    , Noiet-Bruce Pirnie of Saskatocm, a shot putter, and Ian Roost of Toronto, a discus thrower, are having a little trouble with the accommodations at The University of Canterbury campus at llam, a suburb of C^ittdiurch. Both men, about 290 pounds and six-feet, six inches tall, can’t fit into their bunks. They’ve partially sdved the problem by putting their mattresses on the floor. To raise money for the new 13,000-seat stadium and ad* ¡oining swimming and diving 30013, the publicT* charged 30 »nts to watch practice. The ;>lace is always full, with roost )f the crowd waiting for 13-^ear-old Jenny Turrell of Australia to work out. Australia's newest swimm ing sensation, who will swim in the 100, 200, 400 and aoo metres events, it expected to shatter games records at each distance. She li the world record holder In the 1,M0 metres, but that event isn’t on the program, CiDdy Sbatto of Toronto is a crowd Favorite whenever she practises her diving. The goodlooking youngster with a classic style is j time she moves i ever the board. Ute results system used for the games is being observed by Eric Davies of Montreal—the man settiiw up the system for the 1976 Olym pics. He said the lyttam here is the one Montreal has choaen as its backup syst«n. Roger Rousseau, commissioner general of the Montreal Olympics, is taking it easy and |Aans on stwing for the duration of the Games. They officially open Thursday with the first events Friday and close Feb. 2 Jamie Paulson of Toronto, ranked No. 1 in badminton, wUI lead Canadian athletes in the (vening-day ceremonies. Most of tne divers won’t march in the opening parade of nations. STORE lOCATlONS I. 2025 Miyw Miinth OriMl "MWtt MiH" I* 420 6tk Stmt SBVlk "DdiimIum'’ I* 324 Miitr ttHntk Drin FINEST MEATS BURNS CAMPFIRE. WHOLE. 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