Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE IETHMIDGE HERAIO Thursday, July U, 1979 Total participation figure could reach Summer Games under way at Raymond By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Everywhere you look you can see athletes. They predict that by Saturday, some young and old competitors alike, will have taken part in the 1973 southern Alberta Summer Games. The first influx of competi- tors for the four-day annual af- fair arrived Wednesday morn- ing for the official opening of the Games. Led by the official Games float, the fourth edition of the Summer Games got off to an impressive start Wednesday rooming with a parade of ath- letes almost a thousand strong. There was a contingent of ath- letes from all 10 regions. Everything began to fall into place as the day began with sunny skies and only a si breeze that hampered the open- ing day tennis competition. After being introduced by Brian Heninger, chairman of protocol and ceremonies for the Games, the official party got down to the matter at band, opening the Games. Deputy Minister of Youth, Culture and Recreation, Mr. Les Usher, declared the Games officially under way following bis opening remarks. Summer Games results No action The junior women slow pitch competition was part of the opening day action at Raymond Thursday as the 1973 Southern Alberta Summer Games opened. It may not look like it but there was plenty of action Thursday. TENNIS Men's Singles 14 and under i. Ryan Hayward, Leth.; 2. Dave Williams, Warn.; 3. Tom Alston, Card. Women's Singles 14 and under 1. Cathy Jankunls, Leth. C.; 2. Jane Tink, Pincher Creek; 3. Marty Kaplan, Leth. Women's Doubles 14 and under 1. Martha Kaplan and Debbie Hus- zar, Leth.; 2. Shelly and Dawn Roth, 40 Mile; 3. Sandra Pike and Gwen Luchia, Leth. C. Men's Doubles 14 and under 1. B. Adler and R. Gore, Willow Creek; 2. Ryan and Owen Hayward, Leth.; 3. Perry Luchia and KIrK Hof- man, Leth. C. TRACK AND FIELD Senior Men's Discus 1. Melvln Woltte, Warn. C.: 2. Brian Hubka, C. 40 Mile; 3. J. Chester Davis, Willow Creek. Distance 112' 3" Men's Midget Javelin 1. Carey Karl, County 40 Mile; 2. Marty Jurgens, C. 40 Mile; 3. Chris Clitfton, Card. Distance lit' Men's Intermediate Shot Put 1. Don szarko. Warn.; 2. Brian Kerner, 40 Mile. Distance 30' 7" Men's Bantam and Long Jump 1. Gary Cheney, Leth. C.; 2. Eric Brooks, Card.; 3. Grant Christensen, Warn. C. Distance Iff 5" Men's Pee Wee Long Jump 1. Cameron Cleland. 40 Mile; 2. Marty seebeck, Leth. C.; 3. Tim Karl, 40 Mile. Distance 14- 4'A" Men's Juvenile Triple Jump 1. Randy Lomas, Warn. C.; 2. Larry French. Card.; 3. Stewart ClelamJ, 40 Mile. Distance 1tm 33cm Women's Juvenile snot Put 1. Cherri Marsden, Card. Distance 11" Women's Intermediate Shot Put 1. Mary Jo Schill, Taber; 2. Mary Ann Miller Warn. C.; 3. Laura Lee Edlund, 40 Mile. Distance 30' 11" Women's Midget Javeline 1. Donna Metzler, Pincher Creek; 2. Gloria Schmidt, Card.; 3. Vivian Hirsche, Warn. C. Distance 79' V Women's Midget Discus 1. Julie MIkoula, 40 Mile; 2. Kim Rollingson, Leth. C.; 3. Vivian HIrshce, Warn. Distance 84' 7" Women's Midget Long Jump 1. Delynn Harrison, Leth. C; 2. Candy Lynes, 40 Mile; 3. Trudy Pitcher Cardston. Distance 14' Women's Pee 4 x MM 1. Nancy Gross, Pincher Creek; 2. Laura Pulypow. Taber; 3. Carrie Kru- lak, Leth. c. Time 3J.5 see. Pet Long Jump 1. Barbara Smith, Warn.? 2. Deem Mehew, Warn.; 3. Carrie Krulak, Leth. C. Distance w Women's senior Javelin 1. Linda Racz, Warn.; 2. Doris Kim- mitt, 40 Mile; 3. Linda Hoyt, Card. Distance W 7" Women's Pee Wee 4 x Relay 1. Nancy Gross Team, Plnncher Creek; 2. Laura Pylopow Team, Tab- er; 3. Carrie Krulak Team, Leth. C. Time 39.5 sec. Women's Bantam Long Jump 1. Mary Ann Trenker, Warn.; 2. Mona Lengyel, Leth. C.; 3. Linda French, Card. Distance 14' Women's Intermediate Javelin 1. Janice Douglas, Warn.; 2. Maur- een Kemble, Warn. Distance 76' B" Men's inttrmM'ate High Jump 1. Del Cleland, 40 Mile; 2. Les Llnde- man. Warn.; 3. Don French, Card. Distance y 4" Men's Bantam Shot Put 1. Harvie Poeia, Leth.; 2. Allen Wilde, Warn.; 3. Grant Christensen, Warn. Distance 32- Men's senior High Jump 1. Ralph Whltrow, Warn. Distance 4' 4" Men's Inttrmed'ate Triple Jump i. Del Cleland, 40 Mile; 2. Dan Court, Warn. Distance 12m 2cm Men's Juvenile Plscus 1. Melvin Campbell. Card.; 2. Hal Crow, Leth, c.; 3. Anthony Miller, Warn. Distance Tiff 9" Men's Midget Shot Put 1. Ron Hill, Warn.; 2. Randy Gun- derson. Willow Creek; 3. Rick Bracha, Card. Distance 4? 4" Men's Juvenile High Jump 1. Don Yuill, Card.; 2. Rodney Sch- lacter, 40 Mile; 3. Stuart Cleland, 40 Mile. Distance i' 11" Men's Senior IN Meter 1. Doug Salmon, Warn.; 2. Walter Wasllenko, Leth. C; 3. Robin Chip- man, card. Time 12.4 sec. Kassulke critical MNNEAPOLS (AP) Karl Kassulke, the Minnesota Viking defence back known around the National Football League as one of the game's fiercest tack- lers and competitors, has slipped into what attending doc- tors described as a "very criti- cal condition." A hospital spokesman said Kassulke's condition diminished following three hours of sur- gery." He was injured in a mo- torcycle-car collision Tuesday. One of the football star's at- tending physicians, Dr. Paul Blake, said Kussulke will pro- bably never regain normal use of his legs. STANDARD EQUIPMENT 'if Bucket Seats if Front Disc Brakes if cc engine if 4 speed Transmission jf Rack and Pinion Steer- ing Electric Defroster if Many more features CORTINA SHAMEFULLY LOW PRICED! CORTINA 2-DR. SEDAN PR MONTH OAC. Where the buying is EASY! I 1718 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 Women's fee Wta M Mettr 1. Carol Ens, Leth. C; 2. Carrie Krulak, Leth. C.; 3. Debbie Bateman, 40 Mile. 8.9 sec. Men's Midget Lang Jump 1. Rick Bracha, Card.; 2. Darrell Osmond. Leth. C.; 3. Marty Jergens, 40 Mile. Distance IS- 10W' Men's Pee Wee M Meter 1. Bob Lowry, Card.; 2. Steven Low, C.; 3. Gordon Sawada, Tsber. Time 8.7 sec. Men's Midget 400 Meter 1. Brant Marchuk, Willow Creek; 2. Jim Ober, Leth. C.; 3. Ron Hill, Warn- er. Time 60.0 sec. Women's Senior 100 Meter 1. Mavis Barnett, Cardston; 2. Jan Warburton, Warn.; 3. Gert Gaits, Warn. Time 14.7 sec. Women's Juvenile 100 Meter 1. Jeanle Hicken, Warn.; 2. Dlanne Grbavac, 3. Jessie Rasmussen, Card. Time 12.6 sec. Men's Sen'er Long Jump 1. Richard Vornbrock, Warn.; 2. Reinhold Karl, 40 3. Walter was- Henko, Lefh., C. Distance 17' Men's Midget 100 Meter 1. Gordon Tudor, Warn.; 2. George Low, Leth. C.; 3. Marty Jurgsns, 40 Mile. Time 25 sec. Women's Midget 100 Meter 1. Candy Lynes, 40 Mile; 2. Judy Aneca, Warn.; 3. Karen Traxler, 40 Mile. Time 13.4 sec. Women's Senior Long Jump 1. Madeline Hacke, Warn.; 2. Mavis Barnett, Card.; 3. Barbara Juhasi. Card. Distance 131 Women's Intermediate Long Jump 1. Joyce Ober, Leth. C.; 2. Cynthia Edlund, 40 Mile; 3. Wendy Elliot, Warn. Distance 15' 11" women's intermediate 100 Meter 1. Joyce Ober, Leth. C.; 2. Marie Therrleult. Plncher Creek; 3. Cynthia Edlur.d, 40 Mile. Time 13.1 sec. Women's Senior Discus I. Wilma Vornbrock, Warn.; 2. Helen Adams, 40 Mile; 3. Rita Pittman, Warner. Distance 66' 5" Women's Bantam Snot Put 1. Patty Pontorollo, Card.; 2. Lor- raine Daw, Leth.; 3. Shelly Miller, 40 Mile. Distance 24' Women's Bantam log Meter 1. Crystal Myashlre. Leth.; 2. Lonl Hirsche. Warn.; 3. Patty Pontorollo, Card. Time 13.2 set. Women's Senior 200 Meter 1. Linda Hoyt, Card.; 2. Jan War. burton. Warn.; 3. Gert Gaits, Warn. Time 31.9 sec. Women's Intermed'ate 200 Meter 1. Joyce Ober, Leth. C.; 2. Marts Therrlault, Pincher Creek; 3. Maureen Kembte, Warn. Time 28.0 sec. Women's Juvenile 200 Meter 1. Dianne Grbavac, Warn.; 2. Jes- sie Rasmussen, Card. Time 27.1 sec. Men's Juvenile 100 Meter 1. Larry French, Card.; 2. Brian King, Leth. C.; 3. Randy Lomas, Warn. Time 11.6 see. Men's Juvenile 200 Meter 1. Rodney Schlacter. 40 Mile; 2. Brian King, Leth. Shaun Boyle, Time 224 sec. Men's Bantam IN Meter 1. Ron Secretan, Card.; 2. Eric Brooks. Card.; 3. Daryl Langridge, Leth. Time 12J see. Men's Midget 100 Meters 1. Gerry Aresnenko, Leth.; 2. George Low, Leth. C.; 3. Rob Rolllngscn, Card. Time 11.7 sec. Men's Intermetfate 200 Meter 1. Mark Workman, Taber; 2. Flovd Karl, 40 Mile; 3. Gerhard Schmold, Leth. C Time 23.7 sec. Men's intermediate 1560 Meter 1. Lauren Edlund, 40 Mile; 2. Larry Doherty, 40 Mile; 3. Norman Ellert, Warn. Time Men's Intermediate 100 Meter 1. Gerhard Schmold, Leth. C.; 5. Mark Workman, Taber; 3. Floyd Karl, 40 Mile. Time 11.4 sec. Men's Juvenile 1501 Meter 1. Tom Olson, Leth.; 2. Dan We- hount, Leth.; 3. Robert Dykstra, Lefh. C. Time Men's 15N Meter M-dctt 1. Rod Rlrle, Card.; 2. Rodney Ou- lett, Crowsnest Pass; 3. Gerry Hop- kins, 40 Mile. Time Women's Intermediate 15W Meter 1. Laura Lee Edlund, 40 Mile; 2. Laura Layton, Leth. C.; 3. Ramona Hlerath, Warn. Men's Juvenile Meter 1. Alec Campbell. Card.; 2. Shaun Boyle, Taber; 3. Ken Tetzlaff, Warn. Time 55.3 sec. Usher said two special rea- sons exist for the continuation and the growth of the Games. First, the Summer Games have to do with the develop- ment of community spirit, a necessary ingredient in the re- tention of the communities of Alberta and especially south- ern Alberta. Secondly, he said that Can- adians are not as fit as they should be. Usher remarked that they spend too much time be- hind the wheel of their cars or in front of a television set. "People need fitness" stress- ed Usher. The concept of the Southern Alberta Summer Games, ac- cording to Usher, has become contagious throughout the prov- ince. Right now plans are in the fire for a Northern Alberta Winter Games and the Central Alberta Summer Games. The physical fitness program at Regina, in which people were asked to get out and walk around the block the first day, two the second and so on, is another example of the efforts of people like the Southern Al- berta Summer Games commit- tees to' get Canada "back into shape." Usher led the congratulations heaped upon Games chairman Jim Blumell, whose groups diligently in prepar- ing for the Games. Blumell, in thanking the gathering, said that the phil- osophy of the Games was to widen participation by the young people of Southern Al- berta while stressing the im- portance of sportsmanship to the area youth. Wednesday's activities includ- ed track and field, swimming, junior women's slow pitch, and tennis. Only the junior wom- en's slow pitch was completed. Today saw more swimming, track and field, tennis as well as junior men's slow pitch. Friday's agenda includes div- ing, the -st section of eques- trian Western and English equitation, A, B, C golf for the 53 and over age group, archery, tennis, small bore and senior women's slow pitch. Friday afternoon will see more equestrian riding pat- tern, reining and trail as well as a jackpot rodeo. This year's Games end Sat- urday with tile wrap-up of equestrian, horseshoes, golf, archery, trap shooting, tennis and senior and men's open slow pitch. Previous Summer Games were held in Pincher Creek, Claresbohn and Bow Island. World league for basketball? BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) Representatives of the U.S. Olympic basketball committee, Canada and several European countries are discussing the idea of forming a world-wide basketball league. Frank Spechalske of Billings, chairman of the U.S. Olympic basketball committee, said be submitted the proposal at a meeting in Spain earlier this summer. 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Brown Wednesday ended an 11-day holdout, which cost him about in fines a day, while he was attempting to negotiate a multi-year contract which he said would provide him with added security. He refused comment on whether the Redskins had given him any such assurances, but during a team workout, he went over to shake the hand of the man who may have brought coach Allen a lot of security for the coming Thomas. Thomas, obtained last week from San Diego Chargers, drew praise from Allen for his per- formance during his second practice. Allen said be was not sure how he would deploy the one- two offensive punch of Brown and Thomas. He said that defi- nitely Brown would be at half- back, while the rest of the of- fence would be played "by ear." A hospital spokesman said Kassulke'S' condition had wors- ened following three hours of surgery. Cne of tbs physicians attending the popular Viking player said Kassulke will prob- ably never regain normal use of his legs. 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