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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IETHBRIDGS HERAID Saturday, July 25, 1970 Canada Trailing Aussies? Britain Final Battle For Gold Medals Begins By BKUCE LEVETf Canadian Press Sjmrls Ediior EDINBURGH (CP) Aus- tralia, masters of the Common- wealth Games pool, and Eng- land, rulers in fencing, lawn bowling and badminton, came down to the wire today with 10 track and field events and the cycling road race to be decided before the final medal count. As the last day began, Aus- tralia had 33 gold medals, 20 of them from swimming and div- ing, to England's 27 and 17 for third-place Canada. The two leaders had won five events apiece in track and field. Other countries got into the act Friday as African athletes took eight of 11 boxing champi- onships and India outscored Pakistan 5-4 in westllg. Canada picked up its llth gold medal in swimming and diving, a comfortable victory in the men's 400-metre medley relay, and upset the established order by winning a cycling event and the pool will the fired-up Alls- taking a gold and a flock of lesser medals in wrestling. Apart from the men's medley relay team of Bill Kennedy of London, Out., Bill Mahony of New Westminster, B.C., Byron MacDohald of Chicago and Bob Hasting of Lethbridge, Alta., Canada had trouble staying i n APPOINTMENT LYIE SHEARER Mr. Howard Fleming Presi- dent of Fleming Motors Ltd., is pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Lyle Shearer to the posi- tion of Body Shop Foreman. Lyle comes to us With vast knowledge of auto body work, having been associated with this field for 22 years. The past 12 years Mr. Shearer has operated his own shoo in Picture Butte. He welcomes his friends and former customers to give him a coll or drop in with their neces- repairs, lyle is married with 6 children. FLEMING MOTORS LTD, BODY SHOP 427 2nd St. S. Phone 327-T591 ANDY CAPP LICENSED BETTING OFFICE NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLE sies Friday. A team anchored by Mike Wenden shattered (hem in the 800 freestyle relay, winning by 10 seconds in the world record time of seven minutes 50.77 sec- onds. The old mark of had been set by the United Slates entry in the 1968 Olym- LUCKY WINNER of the Alberta Elks Association Truck and Camper is MR. HARSCH CARBON, ALBERTA Nash Wins Senior Golf WINNIPEG (CP) Jack Nash, a retail jeweller from London, Ont., Friday won the senior golf championship of Canada with a final round 74 and a 225 total for the 54-hole event. The 58-year-old runner-up in the 1967 championship had open- ing rounds of 74-77 on the par 72 St. Charles Country Club and held a one-stroke lead over Charles Connolly of Milliken. Ont., heading into the final round. Connolly finlsned with a 76 Friday, good for second spot in the ninth annual championship sponsored by the Royal Cana- dian Golf Association. His total was 228. pics. It was the fourth gold medal of the Games for Wenden and Ihe fourth silver for Halph Hut- ton of Ocean Falls, B.C., who swam the anchor leg against him. Donna-Marie Gurr of Vancou- ver got in for a third-place bronze behind Lynne Watson and Debbie Cain of Australia in the 100 backstroke and earned another as a member of the team that chased Australia and England in the women's 400 medley relay. Canadians were out of the medal picture as Australians swept the medals in the women's 200 butterfly and1 Don Wagstaff bested two English di- vers to ad the men's tower championship to his earlier suc- cess on the springboard. Jocelyn LoveH of Toronto, al- ready a winner of silver and bronze in previous cycling events, completed his medal collection by streaking to vic- tory in the 10-mile race. It was the first Games title for a Cana- dian cyclist since 1934, WAS 10DT1I GOLD Heavyweight Ed Millard won what turned out to be the 100th Canadian gold medal since the Games began 40 years ago when an Indian wrestler was disqualified for lack of aggres- siveness in their final bout. That evened the score for an- other heavyweight, Jack Meda of Prince George, B.C., who had lost a bronze medal in boxing when the officials called him for excessive holding in his semi-fi- nal. A: SPECIAL! 1.99 Front Wheel Bearing Packed 1 PER WHEEL SEALS EXTRA Monday Thru Wednesday PHONE EARLY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT WHEEL ALIGNMENT FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is the specialized care of your entire riding system to keep your car safe ta drive, and get full life from your tires. Lawn and Garden FERTILIZER Witts 10-6-4 fertilizer provides controlled, all-season feeding for up to 5000 sq.ft. t tlf your car hasn't been aligned within the last months, it probably needs this service now. Our mechanics correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in to original equip- ment specifications, using the most modern equipment. HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED WHILE YOU SHOP. Phone 327-8548 for your appointment The other Canadian wrestlers displayed equal disrespect for their highly-touted Indian and Pakistani opponents, winning five silver and three bronze medals. With Meda's departure, no Canadians were around as the Africans took over in the boxing ring. Three Ugandans, two Ni- gerians and two 'Ghanaians won the first gold medals of the Games for tlieir countries and a Kenyan also won a title. There were also African finaliss the other three divisions but they lost to two Englishmen and a Scot. Canada1 fencers reached the final of the team sabre event before their luck ran out and they finished fourth behind Eng- land, Scotland and Australia The lawn bowlers ended their 13-round competiiou with Eng- land on top in both singles and pairs and the Canadian entries far back. Jack Nicklaus Golf Balls Tough vulcanized cover, lively Poly- butadiene centre. Limit 2 bags per customer1 J STORES A division of FIRESTONE TIRE RUBBER Company of Canada limited Corner 3rd Avs, and 8th St. S, Phone 327-8548 OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Race results from Northlands Park Friday: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs Abbey's Alibi (Cuthbertson) 10.90 J.flO 2.70, Nena's Pet (McCauley) 9.30 3.40, Crimson Kate (Hedge) 2.50. Time: 1-5 Irish Streax, Happy's Bobo, Phil's Flame, Expo Gal, You're On Firs also Second claiming, and up, 7 furlongs Royal Traffic (Hunt) 16.80 10.70 7.30, Mary's Monkey (Rasmussen) 7.50 5.10, Random Rage (Billingsley) 3.90. Time: 4-5 Tinda's R u 1 1 a h, Sudden Service, Bomber Brown, Quarry Point, Sharon- ifa also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-olds, S fur- I longs Lonely Street (Norrlsl 15.10 4.70 2.90, Two Pence Tiki (Stadnyk) 2.90 2.40, Hilarious Hana (Hedge) 3.90. Time: 2-5 Two Buck Tim, HI Andy's j Rouser, Saucy Susy, Gray Wagtail also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles Foxy Bud (Coombs) 30.60 12.80 7.10, Round River (Stadnyk) 10.40 7.40, Crown Countess (Turefsky) 5.80. Time: 2-5 Dance With Ali, Stellar Flyer, Pe- Jite D'Ambur, Hola Fire, Dark Susan, Sharon's Tar also ran. Track Scratch: Boutique Bella. Filth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-U Silver Dandy (Bjllingsley) 9.70 4.20 3.60, Winning Gloree (Stadnyk) 4.20 3.60, Tetraspesd (Barroby) 3.50. Time: 3-5 Grand Stride, Buvn Money, K It H Stikine, Flying Phil, Chino's Llssa olso EXACTOR: (3S.10. Sixth claiming, 4-ycar-oIds and up, miles Hermtne's King (Barroby) 3.70 3.20 2.80, Bahram Iran (Stadnyk) 5.30 340, Etonian Golfer (Hedge) 4.SO. Time: 4-5 Monty B, Swiff Flutier, Paddygoeasy also ran. Seventh Golclrush" Handicap, Xyear- Olds- 7 Furlongs Flyinq {Barroby) 3.50 2.SO, Pine Pass (Hedge) 2.70, DC: tiny's Favor (Rasmussen) 3.30. me: 4-5 Ena's Daughter, Johnny H. Joe, Prince D'Reaburn also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles Footprint (Hunt) 4.70 3.60 2.80, Maxie Dent (Stadnyk) 5.10 4.20, Parks (BII- linosley) Time: 2-5 Closed Court, Raider Boy, Tuffy's Image, Whirlagale, Proud Shadow also started. QUJNELLAl This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantifies limited. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Just Arrived! "DURAVAL" BY OZITE Indoor-ourdoor carpet made of 100% Polypropolene fibre face. Exceptionally durable. Ideal outdoor carpet to beautify your patio, stairway, walkway or balcony. Choose from the latest- decorator colors of Golden, Forest Green, Copper, Olive and Seas pray. IB mm m SQ. YD. SAVE .96 TO 3.94 LADIES' VISCA PVC STRAW HANDBAGS 6 styles to choose from. Colors of Natural, Tan, Beige and White. Reg. Woolco Price 2.84 Jo 5.84 FINAL CLEARANCE WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Co. Ltd. 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