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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE Wndnrsdny, July 5, FLIPPED David Thompson of Willowdale, Onl vainly Iries to hang onto his mo- torcycle as it flies through Ihe air during a junior molorcross championship event recent- ly. Thompson could nor right his machine and dropped oul of Ihe race. (CP Wirephoto) Roundup of short sport COWAN GETS POST OTTAWA (CP) Dr. Geof- frey H. Gowan has been ap- pointed locluiical co-ordmalor of the Coaching Association of Canada, it was announced to- day. Dr. Gowan. native of Eng- land, is an associate professor at McMaster University school ol physical education and ath- letics. The CAC Is involved in Ihe development of sports coaching in Canada. Dr. Gowan's ap- pointment is made possible by n grart from tlic filness and time previously was 51.1. amateur sport directorate of the health department. EQUAI5 RECORD PARIS (AP) Monika Zchrt of East Germany equalled the women's world record for the metre dash in 51 seconds, winning the event at a French- East German track and field meet here Tuesday night. She lied the time set Sept. 23, 1970 by Marilyn Neueville of Canadian open gels under ivay Thursday Treviiio finds Cherry Hill a severe test FORT ERIE, Out. (CI-l Defending champion Leo Trev- ino, struggling through with a o n c -ll n d c r -p a r 70, Cherry Hill's rolling, narrow The El Paso, Tex., pro loured Ihe layout Tuesday and declared it in championship form, particularly Moles seven, uighl and ones on which this year's No. 2 money winner of Ihe Professional Golf- and well-bunkered fairway a se- vere lest lor this year's Cana-1 crs' Association lour went one- difin open golf championship. I over-par. Four birdies enabled the 33- year-old Trevino to shoot liis one-undcr-par round in prepara- tion for Thursday's slarl of the 72-hold quest for tlie first prize in the tourney. "Anybody who can finish my of those holes under par has a shot at the said Trevino, winner of more than last year and dollars so for in 1972. South African Gary Player was out at the crack of dawn for his initial try at lite new Cherry Hill layout and a shot at Meet head-on last night. Doug Kpeclmnn earned the win while Jerry Amett took the loss. ARE YOU REALLY HAPPY? To lend n life Iliatmalccs you genuinely Kippy, you must first learn how to get control of your Thai's thp advice of Alnn Lnkein, of n exclusively do- voled. to .In the July issue of Header's .Digest, Mr. Lnkcin showa how to pet your gonla, how io mnnagc your time wisely, nnd develop n. ixirsonnL "nc- lion iirop-nm" llmtwillmnko your life happier nnd morn jneaningful. Bo suro to rend HOW TO GKT CONTROL OP youji TtMK (AND TOUR Ono of 34 nticlea nnd fea- tures in tlio July Reader's Digest, Get yout cop? yl ;