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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPORT Friday, July 27, 1973 THI UTHMIDGI HERALD 7 Trttck and field, swimming are all finished Half way poi nt gone at Summer Games Games results TRACK AND PIILD Unlor 1SMM i. Ralph Whltrow, Winter; 2. Ken Brown, Warntr. SM.3. Bantam i. Srlvanna Saccomanl Team, Ltth.f 2. Karen Van Team, 40 Mile; 3. Loril Hlracht Team, Warner. Time 57.1 teci, Mem Bantam Relay 1, Terry Shendruk, teth. C.; 1 Ron Secretan. Cerdtton; 3. Gordle Geldos, Mile. Time 53.0 sees. Juvenile 4xM Metre Relay 1. Jeanne Hlcken Team, Warner. Time 55.2 sees. Men's Juvenile 4x100 Metre Relay 1. Larry French Team, Cerdston; 1 Randy Lomat, Warner. Time sees. Men's Mldjrt WOO Metre Relay 1. David Urban Team, Leth. C.I 2 Kelly Van Ham Team, 40 Mile; 3. Gordon Tudor Team, Warner. Time 50.0 sees. Men's InlermM'ate 4x100 Metre Relay 1. Del Cleland Team, 40 Mile. Time 47.3 sees. Women's Midget 4x100 Metro Relay 1. Mary Anne Handueme Team, Leth. C.; 2. Judy Aneca Team, Wer- ner; 3. Jackie Hoogan, Team, 40 Mile. Time 56.1 sees. Women's Senior' 4x100 Metre Relay 1. Wllma Vornbrock Team, Warner; 2. Mavis Bamett Team, Cardston. Time 63.3 sees. Women's Intermediate 4x100 Metro Relay 1. Laura Lee Edlund, 40 Mtle; 2. Wendy Elliot Team, Warner. Time- 57.5 sees. Intermediate 000 M 1. Laura Lee Edlund, 40 Mile; 2. Cynthia Edlund, 40 Mile; 3. Janice Douglas, Warner. Time swiror VUMW V Linda Raez, Warner; 2. Helen Schomber, Werner. Time Women's Juvenile Hloh Jump 1. Sandra Hlrsehe, Warner; 2. Chrrt Marsden, Cardston; 3. Colleen Henrie. Willow Cr. Distance Men's Intermediate OOOM 1. Peter Campbell, Cardston; 2. Lau- ren Edlund. 40 Mile; 3. Marvin Lee, Cardston. Time rWr wi _ 1. Ken Leavltt, Cardston; 2. Rirte, Cardston; 3. Bryan Murray, Lethbrtdge. Time Men's Pee Wee 400 1. Bob Lowry, Cardston; 2. Kelly Boyle, Taber; 3. Gary Duce, Cardston. Time Women's Bantam High Jump 1. Linda French, Cardston; 2. Tracy Nemettv Warner; 3. Karen Van Roes- set, 40 Mile. Height Men's Juvenile Javelin 1. Rodney Schtechter, 40 Mile; 2. Bill Undsay, Taber; 3. Leslie Rartek, Warner. Men's Senlar Javelin 1. Brian Hubka, 40 Mile; 2. Wayne Schmld. Warner; 3. Dennis Roth, 40 Mile. Distance 112- 11" Men's Discus 1. Ken Leavltt, Cardston; 2. Rob- ert Wutzke, 40 Mile; 3. Gerry Prince, Leth. Distance Mnfs intermediate Lena Jame 1. Del Cleland, 40 Mile; 2. Owen Cleland. 40 Mite; 3. Dan Court, War- ner. Distance W W Men's Bantam MOM 1. Wayne Tsuklshlma, Leth. C.; 2. Ron Secretan, Ca'dston; 3. Jim Co- luccl. Crow. Pass. M.B-S Pee Wee 1. Steven Low, Leth. C.; 2. Bob Lowry, Cardston. Men's Open swoM 1. Rod Constable, Leth.; 2. Tom Ol- son, Leth.; 3. Larry Doherty, 40 Mile. Time Men's Bantam High Jump 1. Harvie Pocza, Leth.; 2. Paul Wolsev, Cardston; 3. Grant Christen- sen, Warner. Helpht Women's Midget Shot Put l. Dallas Schmidt. 40 Mile; 2. Donna Metzler, PIncher Cr.; 3. Kim Horn- burper. Willow Creek. Distance iff 9" Women's Juvenile OOOM 1. MIchele Taylor, Warner. Time- s'. Men's Juvenile OOOM 1. Don wehound, Leth.; 2. Alee Campbell, Cardston; 3. Ken Teftlatf, Warner. Time Women's intermediate 400M 1. Maureen Kemble, Warner; 2. Therrlault, PIncher Cr.; 3. Nancy El- lert, Warner. Time Women's Bantam MOM 1. Lonl Hlrsehe, Warner; 2. Cindy Srittner, 40 Mile; 3. Janice Krulack, Leth. C. Time Midget 200M 1. Jeanette Gibbons. Leth. C.; 2. Judy Aneca. Warner: 3. Sharon Wells, Cardston. Time Women's Juvenile Discus l. Own Marsden, Cardston; I Jeanne Hlcken, Warner. Distance Women's Intermediate Discus 1. Mary Jo Schtll, Taber; 2. Kancy Ellert, Warner. Distance W Women's Senior High Jump 1. Wilma Vornbrock, Warner; 2. Gert Gaits, Warner. Heloht: 3' Women's Intermediate High Jump 1. Ramona Hierath, Warner. Height Women's' Midget High Jump 1. Peggy Reber, 40 Mile; 1 Shawna Park, Warner; 3. Mery Hand- saeme, Leth. C. Height Men's Senlar Shat Pot 1. Gordon Batog, Warner; 2. Wayne Schmid, Warner; 3. J. Chester Davis, 1. Jeonette Gibbons, Leth. C.; 2. Cecilia Matkas, Leth. C.; 3. Karen Traxler, 40 .Mite. Time J. Women's Juvnno Javena i. Diane Gyorfi, 40 MHe; Sandra Hirsche, Warner. Distance 84' Women's Juvenile 400M 1. Michelle Taylor, Warner. Time- Men's Pee wee High Jump 1. Jerald Forsvth, Warner: 2. Willie Balog, Warner; 3. Kelly Boyle, Tater. Height 4' Men's intermediate 1. Peter Campfcsli, Cardston; 2. Dan Court, Warner. Women's Pee Wee High Jump 1. Veronica Jankunis. Leth. C.; 2. Rhonda Lemer, 40 Mile; 3. Deena Mehew, Warner-Height 4' 1. Gordon Balog, Warner; 2. Albert Hubka, 40 Mile; 3. Don Behrenj, ner. Time Men's Juvenile Shot Put 1. Melvln Campbell, Cardston; i. Larry French, Cardston; 3. Bill Lind- say, Taber. Distance 37- Women's Senior Shot Put 1. Wllma Vornbrock, Warner; 1 Linda RMb Wamner; 3. Janet Honry, Cardston. Distance Merrt Mldtet Jump 1. Darren Osmond, Lem. C.; 2. Les- lie Vornbrock, Warner; 3. Ray Thorn- son, crow Pass. Distance if Midget High Jump 1. Rick Bracha, Cardston; 2. Ray Thompson, Crow. Post; 3. Bill Grb- Warner. Height 5' Mann's Intermediate Javelin 1. Lome Patier, Taber; 2. Owen Cleland, 40 Mile; 3. Don French, card- ston. Distance 156' Men's Juvenile Long Jump 1. Don Yuill, Cardston; 2. Alwln Schamber, Warner; 3. Francis Du- mont, Warner. Dlstanee Men's Senior Triple Jump 1. Gordon Balog, Warner; 2. Rich- ard Vornbroek, Warner. Dlstanee 36' tW. Bantam 400M 1. Sylvanna Saccomant, Leth.; 2. Karen Vtn Roessel, 40 Mile; 3. Tammy Garrett, Leth. Time Women's Pee Wee 400M 1. Louise Marsden, Cardston; 2. Carol Ens, Lefh. C.; 3. Terry Kemer, 40 Mile. Time Women's Juvenile Lang Jump 1. Jeanne Hicken, Warner; 2. Debbie Brooks, Warner. Distance Man's Bantam 400M 1. Wayne Tsokishime, Leth. C.; 2. Brett Loney, 40 Mile; 3. Rod Wen- ttorff, Warner. Men's intermediate Discus 1. Lome Patier, Taber; 2. Don Srarko, Warner. Distance 93- Men's Midget 4x100 Metre Relay 1. Ken Leavltt Team, Cerdston. Time Men's Sen'or 4X100 Metre Relay 1. Bob Gibb, Team, Warner; 2. Rein- hold Karl Team, 40 Mile; 3. Ray Pow- lasland Team, Cardston. Time 54.9 sees. Senior Men's 4x100 Metre Relay 1. Leonard Hass Team, Warner; Time Men's Juvenile 4x400 Metre Relay 1. David Kaupp Team, Warner. Men's Intermediate 4x400 Metre Relay 1. Lauren Edlund Team, 40 Mile. Women's inttrmeffate 4x400 Metro Relay 1. Phvllls Geahrlng, Warner. SWIMMING 50 Metre Back Bevs 9 and 10 1. Reagan Scovllle, Warn.; 2. Gary Kamlfomo, Warn.; 3. Kevin Pyne, Tab- er. Time 50 Metre Back Girls 9 and 10 1. Brenda McLeod, P.C.; 2. Linda Bradley, Leth.; 3. Shelley Oxley, War. Time 50.3 50 Metre Breast Boys 13 and 14 1. Scot Wllliamsen, Warn.; 2. Tom Lemh-e, W.C.; 3. Pat Payne, Taber. Time 40.3 50 Metre Breast Girls 13 and 14 1. Susan Stanfon, Leth.; 2. Valerie Peresslnl, C.N.P.; 3. Ktm Gray, W.C. Time 4.63 M Metre Breast Boys 15 and II 1. Duane Meldrum. warn.; 2.-Tom Hansen, W.C.; 3. Kevin Jess, W.C. Time 42.4 50 Metre Breast Girls 15 and It 1. Louise Bridge, Warn.; 2. Bernlee Campbell, Taber; 3. Nancy Allison, Leth. Time 45. 200 Metre Medley Relay Girls Open l. Willow Creek; 2. Warner. 2-539 100 Mem Free Style Relay Beys and 1. Warner; 2. Card.; 3. Lefh. Free Style Relay Girls f 1. Cardston; 2. Taber; 3. C of 40 Mile. Time MO Metre Free Style Relay Ben 11 1. Willow Creek; 2. Warner; X Card. Time 200 Metre Free Style Relay 11 and 12 1. Taber; 2. Card.; 3. PIncher. .Time 0 MO Metro Free Style Relay Girts IS 1. Pincher rreek; 2. Card.; 3. Taber. Time 200 Metre Free Style Relay Girls 15 and 16 1. Warner; 2. Willow Creek; 3. Card. Time Family Relay 1. Russel, Card.; i Wilson. Leth.; 3. Hirsche, Warn. Time 50 Metre Butterfly open 1. Elke Ctaussner, W.C.; 3. Trish Fodor, W.C.; 3. Sherrt Holmes. Card. Time 4.16 lot Mem Breast Bays Open 1. Kelly Tartlnger, i Bob Takasaki, Leth.; X Brent Cann, Leth. Time 100 Metro Breast Girts 1. Shirt Holm, Card.; 2. Kris Thomp- son, W.C. Time 100 Motn IM open 1. Diane Jensen, Warn. Time 100 Metre IM Open 1. Dean Russel, Card.; 2. Allan Coo- pteters. Warn.; 3. Rob Wilson, Leth. Time 200 Metre Medley Relar Ban w and it i. Willow Creek: Z Cardston; 3. Warner. Tims 200 Metre Free Relay Bays 1. Warner; 7. PIncher Creek; 3. Wil low Creek. Time 200 Metre Free Stylo Relay Ban IS and If 1. Cardston; 2. Warner; 5. Willow Creek. Time 50 Metre Butterfly Ben H and 12 1. Marlin Hoqg, Card.; 2. Graham Welbowne, W.C.; 3. Bobtie Taylor, Warn. Time 16.6 SO Metre Butterfly Girts 11 aM 12 1. Shellev Bush. W.C.; 7. Sharon An- drew. P.C; 3. Cynthia Dorchok, Tab- er. Time 18.0 SO Metre Free Style Beys 13 tmt H l. Courtney Brewerton, Card.; 2. Brian Wright, 3. Pat P., Tab. Time 3tU RAYMOND (Staff) A great battle is already shaping up for top honors at the 1973 Southern Alberta Summer Games in Raymond. County of Warner, one of the top regions in the past three years, has jumped into a solid lead after two days of activity at the Games but need look just over the shoulder and see Cardston coming on strong. Track and field and swim- ming came to a close Thurs- day at the half way mark of the 1973 edition of southern Al- berta's own Olympics. Today's agenda included the beginning of'diving, equestrian, golf, archery, and small bore. Slow Pitch and tennis simply continued. Saturday, the last day of the competition, will see horse- shoes, more equestrian, golf, TOTAL AGGREGATE POINTS 380 Cardston................ -309 40 Mile.....................215 Lethbridge County.............193 Willow Creek ................167 Lethbridge City................148 Taber.....................143 PIncher Creek.................115 Crowsnesr Pass.................It archery, trap shooting, tennis and slow pitch. The four-day event winds up Saturday evening with the presentation of the Games flag to the winning region. Follow- ing the presentation, the Games Wrch is extinguished. Warner athletes dominated the track and field events. On an aggregate point basis Warner chalked up 246 points as compared to 184 for Card- ston and 167 for third place County of Forty Mile. At the conclusion of swim- ming Willow Creek held a sHm, 15-point advantage over Warn- er with 137 points. Warner earned 122 while Cardston fol- lowed with 108. As it now stands, Warner has 380 points while Cardston fol- lows with 309. Forty Mite is third at 215. Officials, witb the weather- man in full co-operation, re- main very optimistic about the success of the 1973 Games. At the outset of competition, Games officials predicted athletes would take part in the Thirsty tvork Peggy Hosier of Fort Maeleod takes a quick break for 0 cool drink Thursday as the Southern Alberta Summer Games reached the half-way mark in Raymond. How do some people afford those cars they're driving? They lease them Smort people, leasing them jn a new car without a down payment. Arid we make it easy: Any type of lease p-lcn on any make or model of cor. Our own ser- vice department, plus fvll-twne experts. Get car and more care for your money. Call for the facts. Phone ROY MdNTOSH at 32S4271 nowl Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LID CHRYSLER CORNER OF 3rd AVE. end ST. S. PHONE ttt-W7! Woods captures two victories Highway 23 came up with their best showing of the 1973 Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League as they swept a doublebeader over Picture Butte Bae Motors Thursday night Highway 23 scored a 5-1 vic- tory in the first tilt and then bounced .back to whip Picture Butte 8-2 in the second. Tim Woods fired a three-hit- ter to earn the mound decision in the opener while Ron Fix was tagged with the loss. Fix stroked a triple and Sam Tamura and Dean Oseea a sin- gle each off whining pitcher Woods while Bob Letal rapped three singles and Miles Letal a home run off losing pitcher Fix. In the second contest. Woods came back and allowsd only four hits for his second straight win. Joe Tokai was handed the loss. Bill Plourd led Highway 23 with three singles while Wayne Sberroic poked out a pair of doubles. Bob Letal added a double and single while Frank Ruggtes chipped in with two singles. Four players scattered sin- gles for Picture Butte. Meanwhile in Commercial Slow Pitch League play, West- ern Truck and Body Sleepers whipped SQverwood Dairies Hawks 15-6. Will Brees was credited with the win wbue Fred Gnenther suffered the loss. Hugo Brees and Larry Veres managed a home run each for ths winners. In another match, Coaldale Goer's Esso Oilers defeated Bndge Villa Blazers 13-3. Following is the results of Thursday's tennis action. Track and field results are on this page as is some swimming. Complete swimming results will appear Saturday along with today's results. TENNIS Mixed Doubles 14 and under 1.' Cathy and' Ned Jankunis, Leth. C.; 2. Jane and Gary Fitzpatrick, Pincher Creek; 3. Tom Alston and Tina Ponomar, Cardston. Men's Singles 18 wd under K Jim Hopkins, Crows. Pass; 2. Bob Grynoch, Willow Cr.; 3. Art Bensler, Pincher Men's DavMes 18 and under 1. Bob Grynoch, Jim Van WycK, Willow Cr.; 2. John Muspratt, Jim Hopkins, Crows Pass; 3. Rod Huszar, Mile Cillet, Lethbridge. Women's Doubles is and under 1. Cheryl Sanderson and Julie Zan- oni, C.; 2. Donna Thomson and Susan Harker, Cardston. Women's Singles II and under 1. Charlyn Rhea, Willow Creek; 2. Mena Karen, Cardston; 3. Fern Gore, Willow Cr. SLOWPITCH Juif-er. Ladles Slow Pitch 1. Bow Island Double B's, a Mile; 2. Taber Teens, Taber; 3. Raymond Road Runners, Warner. AGGREGATE SCORES TRACK AND FIELD Cardston.....................1S4 0) Mite...................167 Lethv County..................158 Taber ........................A Pincher Creek.............., .a Lethbridge City............... Willow Crowsnest Pass................ SWIMMING willow Creek.................137 Warner.....................122 Cardston....................IB Lsthbrldge CHy............... Pincher Creek..................S3 Mile.....................34 L-thbridse County.............71 Ntst Pass.........11 PLAT HALTED WINNIPEG (CP) Weather continued to be the dominant factor at the Canadian closed tennis championships Thursday, forcing postponement of play after completion of just eight matches four days of action in 10 ev- ents. The mark will be ed without any trouble abould conditions remain the game as they are. Raymond, as hosts of ttc fourth Games, follow Pincber Creek, Claresbolm and Bow Is- land. A tew 4 names are cut By THE CANADIAN PRESS. Soms well-known and not so w e 1 l-known players were rimmed from Canadian Foot- ball League rosters Thursday as the teams near OK deadline for setting their lineups for the start of 1973 season. The nine CFL clubs have until midnight tonight to reach the player limit of 17 Canadians and 15 imports. Tommy Joe Coffey, the CFL's all-time scoring' leader and single-season scaring record holder, became the first grand- father in the league to be shopped. He was found expendable at Hamilton after 13 seasons with the Tiger-Cats sod Edmonton Eskimos. Veteran safety Bruce Bennett and tight end Nolan Bailey wore surprise rejects from Sas- katchewan Roughriders where coach John Payne did a little louse cleaning. The Heats, in order to reach the player Emit, also traded naming back Dick Welsolowski to Calgary Stampeders and cut ptace-lticker Bob Macoritti, of- fensive lineman Jim Papal and defensive back Greg Higson. The Stampeders made room for Welsolowski by placing Paul McKay, a defensive halfback-punter whom they had claimed on waivers earlier irom Hamilton, on the sus- pended list when he failed to re- port. Calgary reduced its player list by releasing Brock Fownes, a defensive tackle from Ot- tawa's Carleton University, and six imports: linebacker Chuck Dees, halfback Jack Green, full- back Henry Copeland, defensive end L. B. Bartley, defensive halfback Ted Bachman and guard Larry Butler and former All-Star Herm Harrison. Ottawa Rough Riders got to within four of the player limit bv releasing defensive tackle (fjvis three-year National Football League vet- eran with Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints, and guard Jim McEeman of Southern Connecticut. In addition to Bamett and Bailey, Saskatchewan also gave veterans Steve Svitak, a line- backer, and Canadian centre John Reid their walking papers. Bennett lost his job to new- comer Ted Provost and Bailey, who sat out last year with a knee injury, was unable to sup- plant his successor, Al Ford. ANDY CAPP THERE WAS ANOTHBgJO? WWBOW THOUGHTS, 4 Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Thursday. FIRST claiming, 2 year plds, 7 fur- longs. Hillside .Hero (MeCauley) 7.10 3.40 2.40, Victorian Jingle (Parsons) 4.00 3.00, Sawridge Boy (Norrls) 2.M. Time: Canadian Art, Canacutie, Fifty Street, also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year elds and up, 7 furlongs. Seattle Ribbon (MeCauley) 5.50 3.10 2.90, A mistake (Hedge) 3.70 3.00, Fa- btenne (Shields) 4.30. Time: 4-5. Ettas Kid, Blue Sparky, Narrabeen, Cagey Cooget, Glen Melodee, also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S1TJB. THIRD claiming, 4 year elds znd up, 7 furlongs. Mr. Marsh (Watson) 9.50 3.40 3.00, Special Bout (Rasmussen) 2.60, Top Boss (Norrls) 5.40. Time: Bull Quartz, Homecoming Day, Dsvey's Hope, Dispensation, The Wisp, 'also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, Tetraspeed (Whittle) f.M 4JO 3.30, Boy Brush (Wiseman) 5.60 4.70, Cir- cle Mack (Rycroft) 4.70. Time: Rushing Girl, Hair of Hope, Arctic John, Yousweeplndoll, Missyway, also FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 1 water (whittle) 4.10, West.Wind Guy (Inda) 1.30, Nianne CRycroft) 3.70. Time: 4-5. Scotch Indian, Prince Bully, Buck- ing Hope, Belmont Baron, its Happen- ing, also ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Kool Turk (Gold) 5.00 3.40 Of Hope (Whittle) 4.30 3.60, Crystal Chimes (MeCauley) 5.20. Time: 4-5. Another Bomber, Lunar Chief. .Re- turn To Dance, Love Success, Splendour, also ran. SEVENTH RIverbend Allowance, 9 year elds, 1 1-16 miles. Grandin Park (lnda> 5.50 3.50 1.70, Jay's Award (Hedge) 11.20 4.70, Tracy jay (Morris) 3.00. Time: Vickies Champ, Duke Of Alba, Ssb- ies Blue, alsft ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Rexequus (Gold) 28.50 10.90 6.70, Nestime (Wiseman) 9.80 5.30, Future Session (Phelan) 4.70. Time: Johnny N Joe, Exediate, -Oesti'y Favour, It Magic, Sure Hiddt i, also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year oldt-and up, 7 furlongs. Hop! Joe (Rycroft) 10.60 3.90 3.30, Zev Baby (Hedge) 3.69 2.90, Summer Stan (Whittle) 4.30. Time: 2-5. Pleasant Mistress, Mr. Murphy, Spurious, Port Arthur, Miss Balla- spree, also ran. Time: 2-5. QUINELLA: FORD DOUG DUNLOP LEASING LTD. 1510 Mayor Magrath Specializing in: INDIVIDUAL OR FLEET LEASING CARS or TRUCKS CALL DAVIDSON (Leasing Consultant) Phone 3284861 "PROFITS EARNED THROUGH 1 HE USE NOT THE OWNERSHIP" SHORT TERM LONG TERM Insurance) and Provided on ttqvorl WITHIN YOUB COMMUNITY Young quarterbacks oust veteran Gabler could be through TORONTO (CP) Gabler has bsen cut by To- ronto Argonauts for the second time and this time it appears the 29-year-old quarterback's professional football career is an end. The departure of Gabler from the Eastern Football Con- ference clubs s rosier Thursday was anticipated from lie open- ing of training camp. He played, end looked more than adequate, in Toronto's pit-season gamrs, but coach John Ranch sail Thursday: "Urfortanately, with oat situa- tion, we have two young, up- and-coming quarterbacks. We certainly can't afford to carry three at that position." Joe Tbcisma-rm has the No. 1 spot nailed down xnth ookie Mfte Roe in a backup role. Thesmann has yet to tap a 1973 contract and could play out his option this year to tac- kle the National Football League. Gabler, who joined the Ar- gos from Michigan State in 3966, was traded to Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 19 9. to Hatn- illon Tiger-Cats in 1971 and re- turned to the Argos in another trade last year waen Tbeismann WAS injured. He said early in the training camp that if be couldn't play in Toronto or Hamilton get oat of football. The Gabters live in Burlington, near Hamilton, and Gabler has a responsible position with Hamilton brokerage firm. Argos also dropped lineman Patterson, obtained ear- lier in Uw year on waivers from British Columbia Laons. Tbc cuts Toronto eight ,-rrer fte player limit they must reach by midnight tonight of 17 Canadians and 14 imports. At least four, import half- backs Kerry Marbury and Russ Harrison Canadians Merv Walker and John Trainer, couli 1 go on the injury list. All four were injured during training camp and did not play in any pre-season games. INTEUyTR HURT CHICAGO