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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HCRAID Monday, June Chnmpwm Must Win BATTLE FOR BALL-Pele, "The King of right, fights for the ball with Eng- land's Terry Cooper Sunday afternoon. Braz ill, led by Pele, edged England 1-0.________ Stackers Show Less By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer A few drivers forgot their manners Sunday afternoon and as a result the second edition of stock car racing was an out- standing one. In tha first race meet two weeks ago the races were fast but polite. Yesterday caution was thrown to the wind as the members of the Southern Al- bera Auto Hacers got down to the business of fender-bending at its finest. Sunday afternoon some people were on hand for the last afternoon of racing. Due to popular demand the races will be held next Sunday eve- ning with racing starting at following time trials. There were BO serious crash- es Sunday but there was a tremendous mixture of skill arid recklessness that kept the gathering on the edge of their seats. The Sportsman class main event was far and away the JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimatei Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 most exciting durin: noon. Ralph Oertli, with wins in two previous heats, had set himself as the favorite in the final. His desire to make it a three-straight was costly as be left the track in a hid for the lead and while he came back he finished at the tail end of tlie five-car final. Tom Ayernart flrove a bril- liant race to win the Sports- man class. Ayerhart made his move in the last two laps and edged Len Vaselenak at the fin- ish line for top honors. Third in the final was Wayne Bailey who had won the speed dash. Royals Win A .gam Lethbridge Royals continue to sport an unblemished record atop the Southern Alberta Soc- cer League standings. Royals' edged the Medicine Hat College Trojans 5-3 Sunday to stay undefeated in league play. Peter Durrans was the big r'cT his eiTorts Ayerhart pick- ed up 15 points while Vaselenak envoi'gcd with and Bailey main event saw five cars start with only three re- maining after the 10 laps. Jack Tiffen caught and pass- ed Jack Roberts and won the final going away. Roberts had to settle for third spot as Lindy Smith, the winner of the speed dash, stormed by in an effort to catch Tiffen. Tiffen and S'mith picked up points each for their ef- forts Sunday. Roberts earned five. Bill Myers, driving for Ken Firth, took the lead at the start and never relinquished it as he captured the "C" class main ev- ent in a field of 16 cars over 25 laps. Myers finished ahead of Dale .Skiba and George Androkovich, Skiba, however, emerged with the !op points in "C" class as he picked up MVi as com- pared to 10 for Androkovich and nine for Myers. Tt looked like it might be a big clay for George Harrington in "C" racing as he won the speed dash. Lady luck left his pit area after that and in one MEXICO CITY (CP) Bra- nh m winger Jairzinho swept up a pass from the celebrated Pele, rounded an English de- fender fired Ihc ball home from eight yards Sunday lo hand England a 1-0 defeat in World Cup soccer competition. Tl goal in the 60lh minute left the defending World Cup champions from England with a must-win situation in its next game. Brazilian rooters and Mexican friends among the fans set off a deafening barrage of firecrackers as time ran out on England's bid to get back into the game. Bad shooting cost England many tine chances. The euphoria in Uie stadium was nothing compared with scenes in Mexico's streets after the host entry downed the weak El Salvador "squad 4-0 Sunday, although Mexico is not. yet as- sured of a quarter-final berth. Eight games were played in the hectic weekend of World Clip action. Other Sunday re- sults were West Germany 5, Bulgaria 2; Sweden 1, Israel 1. On Saturday, the Soviet Union downed Belgium 4-1, Italy and Uruguay fought a defensive bat- tle to a 0-D tie, Peru stopped Morocco 3-0 and Romania de- feated Czechoslovakia 2-1. FIVE KNOW FATE Of the 16 teams competing here, only West Germany and Peru have clinched ertry into the quarter-finals'. At the other end of the scale, Bulgaria, Mo- rocco and El Salvador already know thsy are eliminated. All 16 teams will play Wednesday and Thursday to ,vind up tiie round-robin compe- tition which is being waged in four groups of top two teams from each group go into the quarter-finals. In the unofficial battle be- tween Europe and South Amer- ica, the Latins are away ahead with Mexico, Brazil and Uru- guay leading their groups and Peru level with West Germany in another. Each of the 16 competing na- tions has played two games but only Peru and West collected the maximum four points. With three points are Mexico and Russia in Group I and Uru- guay end Italy in Group II. In gun for the Hovals as he potted heat and the final he was Uiree goals while singles were SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES LETHBRIDGE AREA COMPETITION Slow Pitch Softball Registration WHO MAY COMPETE: Any Lethbridge group wishing lo form a learn and register under ihe following classification: 16 years and under Boys' and Girls' over 16 years Men's and Ladies'. To be eligible for youth classification you must be 16 years of age as of August REGISTRATION FORMS: May be obtained from the Parks ond Recreation Department or Lethbridge Community Summer Program Office at the Yates Centre. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION JUNE 15, 1970. REGISTRATION FEE: S3.00 per team {14 members plus coach and Winners of the various classifications will represent Lethbridge at the Southern Alberto Summer Games Slow Pitch competition in Pincher Creek on August i 1 th ond 12th, 1970. The Lethbridge Games Committee reserves the right to reject any team applications which they deem Archery Competition WHO MAY COMPETE: Any resident of Lelhbridge. CATEGORIES OF COMPETITION: CADETS Boys and Girls 10-13 yrs. (5 ends each at 40, 30, and 20 JUNIOR Boys and Girls 14-17 yrs. (5 ends each at 50, 40, and 30 SENIOR Men and Ladies 18 years of age. Ago Classification OS of August 10, 1970. DATE AND LOCATION: p.m., July 8, 1 970-Lethbndge Club Archery Range (Indian Battle REGISTRATION: Evening of Competition, 2Jc per event. 50c per event. FREE INSTRUCTION: Will be provided to onyone wishing to obtain the scn-c Wednesday evening at p.m., f.-om June lOln- July 5 st. Instructors be Mr. and Mrs. M. A limited number of bows will be available to who wish to learn but do not hove the equipment. The Lefhbridgo Archery Club also permit nan- members to use their facilities to practise for Ihe above competition. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 328-8021 YATES CENTRE orced to leave the race before John Androkovich, Stan Pras- katch and George Androkovich. In the heat George Androko- vich won the fender-bending was at its best as 13 cars start- ed but only five received the checkered flag. Leonard Grabs Racing Crown MILWAUKEE (AP) Joe Leonard whipped past Roger McCluskey in the 140th lap and Group England and From Net Finals WINNIPEG (CP) The top- rated players from both Canada and the Commonwealth Carib- bean were withdrawn Sunday from final singles competition because of injuries and sickness with Canada already winner of its North American zone Davis Cup tennis elimination round. Mike Belkin of Canada, who was to face the Caribbean's Richard Russell today suffered recurring back trouble and will be replaced by Peter Bur wash, Canada's third-rated player. And Russell, hindered in his first singles match by flu, was reported suffering tennis elbow and severely blistered hands after Sunday's doubles match, Leo Rolle of the Onribbean is to replace him today. Today's games mean nothing to the outcome of the tie but must be played out. Saturday, John Sharpe, a 30- year-old stockbroker from To- ronto, via Australia, came up with a key first-match victory to lead Canada into the second round against New Zealand in Winnipeg next weekend. In the match, Sharpe pulled out a v ictorv over Caribbean wont on to win the Rex Mays 1 captain Russell, beating the vet- 1150-mile ludy-lype champion- j eran in five sets, 0-8, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1 ship car race Sunday. Al Unser, winner of the Indi- anapolis 500. finished third after leading through the first third of the race. and S-l. Belkin won the second singles match, defeating Lance Lums- den in five sets, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 3-6 and 6-0. mania trail Brazil witn two points each. Belgium lias two points in Group I and Sweden and Israel one each in Group II. The four countries without a poirt are Czechoslovakia. El Salvador, Bulgaria and Morocco. Jockeying for a favorable quarter-final slot can he ex- pected this week. I In the knockout quarter-final I games next'Sunday. Groups I and II arc bracketed together, arc Groups III and IV. The team in each plays the sec- ond-place lean: in the other. Marks Are Broken Records took a beating Sat- urday at the County of Leth- bridge ATA Local 21 Track and Field Meet which was held at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale. A total of 31 records fell by the wayside and another seven marks were set in new divi- sions. Brian King of Tabcr R. .1. Baker broke two records in the bantam boys' class as he best- ed (he old mark in the 75-yard dash and set a new standard in the 60-metre hurdles. Gerhard Schmotd of Kate An- drews broke three records in the midget boys' competition as set records in tire 100-yard dash, the 220 and Ihe 440. Ann Warnock of Picture Butte established four records in the juvenile girls' by winning the JUNIOR BOYS 100-yard dash 1. Chris Pearson, Kale Andrews. Time: 10.7 seconds. 520-yard dash 1. Chris Pearson, Kate Andrews. Time: J4.6 seconds. 'V'.Q-yfird dash 1. Ken Habijanac, Kate Andrews; 7. Ken Slemko, Kate Andrews. 58.-1 seconds. EBO-yard dash I. David Malthit-i, Kale Andrews; 2. Ken Habijanac, Kato "ncirews. Tirtu-: seconds. One mile 1. David Matfhies, Kate Andrews. Time; seconds. Long Jump 1. Chris Pearson, Kale 2. Ken Siemko, Kate An- drews. Dislance Triple Jump 'Ken Habijanac, Kate Andrews; Ken Slemko, Kato Andrews High Kate Andrews; 2. Cliris Pearson, Kate Andrews. Height- SM'.V. 120-yard hurdles 1. David Mat- thies, Kate Andrews; 2. Ken Sleniko, Kee Andrews. Time: 17.B seconds. x 220 Relay 1. Kate Time: seconds. JUNIOR GIRLS 101 yard dash 1. Bev Boulton, Kate Andrews. Time: :I2.5 seconds. 220-yard dash l. Bev Boulton, Kate Andrews. Time: :28.4 seconds. 60 metre hurdles 1. Helen Watt, Kate Andrews. Time: :16.5 seconds. Long Jump 1. Charlotte Janz, Kate Andrews; 2. Ida Vandesieeg, Pic- ture Butte. Distance High Jump 1. Charlotte Janz, Kate Height: Shot Put 1. Ida Vandesieeg, Pic- ture Butte; 2. Helen Watt, Kate An- drews. Distance: Discus l. Ida Vandesteeg, Pic- lure Butte; 2. Linda Jam, Kate An- Dislance: JUVENILE BOYS 100-yard dash 1. Bryan Drewry, Kate Andrews; 2. Ian McGilltvray, Kate Andrews. Time: :10.8 seconds. 220-yard dash 1. Bryan Drewry, Two Locals Earn Trip George Smith and Joyce Ober of the Lethbridge Track and Field Club earned a trip to Hamilton over the weekend. Beth Smith and Ober reached standards in a selection meet in Victoria Saturday to qualify for the Commonwealth Game trials in Hamilton June 20. Smith led the way as he emerged with a first place fin- ish in the 400-metre race with a time of 49.2. He was second in the 110-metre and the 400- metre hurdles as well. He clocked 15.8 seconds in the 110- metres and 54.8 in tire other1. Ober was fourth in the 100- metre hurdles in a time of 15.6 seconds. She also placed in the long jump. REPEAT WINNER NEWCASTLE, Northern Ire- land (AP) Mike Bonallack of England became the first man ever to win the British amateur golf championship three years in succession, routing Bill Hyndman of Philadelphia 8 and 7 today in the 36-hole final. Echelon Wins B elm out acobs YORK fAP) Trainfipj Preakness-winning stablcmatc, i Derby and fourth in each of the .kirn .Jacobs lost his ace for the i he also apparently contracted j 3-iG-mile Preakncss and the Belmonf .Stakes, but lie still had! Personality's ailment. Jersey Dcrhv a tMiivin card and jnckev .John! Personality, who followed his i 'Wciod Memorial victory with a! In winning the Bel- disappointing eighth in'llio Ken- mont- tlmed m ovcr a tuckv Derby hut then won the I sloppy track, High Echelon Preakness "ami Jersey charged through (he middle of High KeliHrn-u-on Hie pot from developed a nasal discharge, and ilhf> stretch to pass Brook m cade nine rivals for .Jacobs ami his i a cough. Jacobs, who entered Siablo's pace-setting Climber who own.s the! him in the Bclmont Friday j nnfi Uer-Jac Stable's in- morning, declared him out later sifje tllc eighth pole and then in the day. i withstood Needles N Pens. Nee- llitrh Kchelon showed signs of i N Pcns was second by n coif! Sunday. Jacobs said. NOW THEV'U, KKST JacoKs said lie plans to rest 100 yard dash, the 220, the) 440, and (he long jump. The ju- venile girls' class is a new divi- sion this year. Bev Boulton of Kate Andrews set three records in the junior girls' division as she shattered the previous marks in the 100- yard dash, the 220 and the 440. Ida Vandersteeg established two records in the same divi- sion as she broke the records in 'he shot put and the discus. Charlotte Janz of Kate An- drews was outstanding in the junior girls' high jump as she reached breaking the old record by more than five in- ches. AH told, bantam girls' set five records, bantam boys' set six records, two records were set in midget eight new Kate Andrews; 1. Ian McGillivray, Kate Andrews. Time: :25.2 seconds. 440-yard dash 1. Robert Uhryn, Kate Andrews; 2. Bryan Drewy, Kate Andrews. Time: :57.3 seconds. SCO-yard dash 1. Jack Kate 2. Ed Heciw, Kate An- drews. Time: seconds, Ono Mile 1. Ed NeDza, Kate An- drews; 2. Jack Redekop, Kate An- Time: 120 yard hurdles 1. Bryan Kete Andrews. Long Jump 1. Robert Uhryn, Kale Andrews; 2. Ian McGillivray, Kate An- drews. Distance: Triple Jump 1. Robert Uhryn, Kate Andrews; '1. Jack Roth, Coal- NrEt. Distance: High Jump 1. Robert Uhryn, Kale Andrews; 2. Douglas Dow, Coalliurst. Height: Shot Put 1. Ian McGillivray, Kate Andrews. Distance: Relay 4 x 220 1. Kate Andrews. Time: seconds. JUVENILE GIRLS 100-yard dash 1. Anne Warnock, Picture Butte; 2. Bobbie Thompson, Andrews. Time: :11.7 seconds. 22u-yard dash 1. Ann Warnock, Picture Butte; 1. Kathv Kovacs, Kate Andrews. Time: :28.4 seconds. 440-yard dash I. Anne Picture Butte; 1. Kaihy Kovacs, Kafe Time: seconds. 80 melre hurdles 1. Charlene Onl- Kean, Kate Andrews; 2. Pat Bouiton, Kate Andrews. Time: ;15.7 seconds. Long Jump 1. Ann Warnnck. PiC- Butte; 2. Nancy Hudson, Kate An- Distance: High Jump 1. Debbie McLaren, Coalhurst; 2. Wendy Miller, Kale An- drews. Height: Shot Put 1. Alyson Sheets, Pic- ture Butte; 2. Charlene Qntkean, Kale Andrews. Distance: Discus 1. Alyson Sheets, Picture Butte; 2. Barb Wansteeker, Picture Butte. Distance: A x 111 Relay 1 Kate Andrews; Picture Butte. Time: :56.7 seconds. MIDGET BOYS 100-yard dash 1. Gerhard Schmold, Kate Andrews; 3. Richard Low, Kate Andrews. Time: :I0.9 seconds. 320-yard dash 1. Gerhard Schmold, Kale Andrews; 2. Richard Low, Kate Andrews. Time: :25.Q seconds. -140-yard dash 1. Gerhard Sclimold, Kate 2. Jeff Bryant, R. I, Baker. -Time: :59.0 seconds. 120 yard hurdles 1. Werner Sehmiegelt, R. I. Baker; 2. Randy R. I. Baker. Time: :17.7 seconds. Long Jump 1. Raymond Lister, R. I. Baker; 2. Richard Low, Kate An- drews. Distance: High Jump 1. Werner Schmleqelt, R I. Baker; 2. Guenther Macht, St. joes. Height: Triple Jump 1. Werner Schmle- gelt, R. I. Baker; Guenlher Macht, St. Joes. Distance: Shot Put 1. Ron Nleboer, Picture Butte; 2. Pat Stiologan, Kate Andrpws. Distance: Discus 1. Dwnln Nell, R. I. Ba- ker; 2. Pat Shologan, Kate Andrews. Dislance: 119'. one Mile 1. Jeff Bryant, R. I. Baker; 2. 3111 Dudes, St. Joes. Time: seconds. 4 x 110 Relay 1. Kate Andraws; 2. St. Joes. Time: 49.7 seconds. MIDGET GIRLS 100-yard dash 1. Marilyn Toews, Kate Andrews; 2. Iris Lumley, Coal- hurst. Time: :12.9 seconds. HO-yard dash 1. Joan Potts, Pic- ture Butte; 1. Marilyn Toews, Kate An- drews. Time: seconds. 441-yard dash 1. Marvel Harri- son, R. I. Baker; 2. Carotyn Jam, R. I. Baker. Time: seconds. High Jump 1. Roberta Harrison, R. 1. Baker; 2. Donna LaValley, St. JOGS. Height: 60 metre hurdles 1. Roberta Har- rison, R. I. Raker; 2. Sheila King, St. Joes Time: :11.3 seconds. Long Jump i. Sharon Willms, R. I- Baker; 2. Marilyn Toews, Kale An- Distance: Shot Pul 1. Marilyn Toews, Kale Andrews; 3. Karen BoUllon, McNatly. Distance: Discus 1. Karen Boulton, McNally; Carolyn Jam, R. I. Baker. Distance: 6! 4 x 110 Relay 1. R. I. Baker; 5. Picture Butte, Time: seconds. BANTAM BOYS 75 yard dash 1. Brian King, R. 1. Baker; 2. Brian Vaselenak, R. 1. Bak- er. Time: :8.9 seconds. 220-yard dash l. Brian King, R- I. Bdker; 7. Kevin Glbb, Picture Butte. Time: :27.C seconds. 440-yard dash 1. Kfm Siebert. R. I. Baker; 2. George Low, R. I. Baker. Time: seconds. 60 melre hurdles 1. Brian King, R. I. Baker; 2. John Murray, Picture Butle. Time: :IO.'i seconds. Lcnq Jump l. George Low, P.. Baker: 2. Ken Sieberf, R. I. Baker. Distance: High Jump 1. Kevin Gibb. Pic- lure BufJe; 2. Brian King, R. I. Baker. marks were broken in midget boys', one mfirk fell in juven- ile' bc-vs', seven standards were broken in junior girls', and three records fell by the wayside in junior boys'. A total of 200 athletes from fill junior high end senior high schools within the County of Lethbridge took part in (lie one- dav event. in Mexico City Thursday, Mexico and Belgium will play a key Group 1 game in front ol partisan fans in Azteca vador Wednesday, and finish with five points. This means the second quarter-final slot will go to Ihe winner of the Mexico-Bel- to It.. gium clash. NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl W 23 27 2J 25 23 1? West Cincinnati -0 Atlanta 29 Lcs Anyeles .20 San Francisco 25 Houston .......25 Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Now York Philadelphia Montreal L Pel. GBL 15 .727 22 .569 9 11 .556 9V2 San Diego TODAY'S GAMES New York McAndrew 1-4 at Houston Billingham 3-0 N SUNDAY'S RESULTS Los Annoles 000 000 1 4 0 Pittsburgh CCO 030 372 Foster (3-61 and Torborg; Vcale (5-5) and Sanguilien. Montreal 200 103 15 3 Atlanta 000 001 10 2 Morton [5-3) and Bateman; P. Nie- kro (6-7) Pappas (6) Jastor (B) and Didler. 'HRs: 2 (3) Laboy New York 001 100 280 Cincinnati 013 401 17 o Gentry (5-4) Cardwell Koonce McGraw (7) and Grote; Simpson (8-1) and Bench HRs: Cin-May Bench San Diego St. Louis 030 301 602 14 2 Dukes RodrlgU'-A Tantor- Herfcsl (d-2) Robert rni (7) and Cannizzaro; Gibson Linzy Abernathy (9) and Sim- mons. HR: San Francisco Oil 100 4 10 0 Chicago 000 310 B 9 0 Robertson, Bryant Johnson Davison (0-1) McMahan Re- berger (3) and Died; Holtzman, Deck- er Aguirre Regan (.1-1) (7) and Hiatt, Martin HRs: Dieti Gallagher Callison Williams Hiatt Hickman James Philadelphia 113 031 100-10 15 1 Houston 000 Oil 3 6 I Fryman and D. Edwards; Dier- ker Ray Bouton Mar- shall DiLauro (9) and J. Edwards. HRs: Johnson SOCCER RESULTS SUNDAY Group I Mexico 4 El Salvador 0 Group II Israel 1 Sweden 1 Group 111 Brazil 1 England o Group IV Wesl Germany 5 Bulgaria 3 SATURDAY Group I Russia -1 Belgium i Group II Uruguay 0 Italy 0 Group HI Romania 2 Czechoslovakia 1 Group JV Peru 3 Morocco 0 SOCCER STANDINGS Group I Mexico Russia Belgium El Salvador Uruguay Italy Sweden Israel Group n V Group III Jrazlt Romanic. England..... 1 I Czechoslovakia 0 2 Group IV Peru 2 i West Bulgaria Morocco F A Pis i 0 3 i .1 I 3 4 d 2 070 1303 1103 T 2 1 1 3 1 0051 A Baltimore New York Boston Detroit VV 36 31 25 L Pel. GBL 24 26 .564 .500 .480 10 Washington Cleveland 31 29 -J20 13 Wesl Minnesota.....3-1 15 .694 California 33 20 .623 3 Oakland .......29 25 .537 7'A Chicago 20 33 .377 16 Kansas Cily 19 33 .365 IfiVb Milwaukee 16 3fi .303 I9V'i TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Johnson 0-1 fit Milwaukee Krausse 3-8 N SUNDAY'5 RESULTS Delroif 010 Old 263 Oakland 000 COO 8 0 Lolicti (6-6) and Freelian; Fingers, Roland Segiri Grant Lind- blsd (2-0) and Fernandez. HRs: Rudi Cleveland 00! 000 6 10 1 California 000 101 4 7 1 Hand Lasher (9) and Sims; Messersmltti (5-5) Garrett Fisher (9) and Egan. HRs: 2 McAAuHsr. Chicago New Yorl 000 3CO 4 11 2 000 010 3 12 3 John, Wood (3-61 (10) and Jcseph- son; Peterson, McDaniel (i-2) (8) and Munson. HRs: Ber- ry NY-Ciarke Minnesota 3BD 004 000 19 2 Washington 002 010 02! 9 14 Q Boswell, Hall Williams Per- rsncski Zepp (2-0) Kaat Barber (11) and Mitterwald; Brunef, Bosman Pina Shellenback Knowles Grzenda (2-3) Cole- man (11) and French. HR: Reese Baltimore ooo 210 7 1J i Milwaukee 110 000 11 0 Cuellar (6-0, Watt. (8) and Etche- barren; Pattin Baldwin (5) Gel- nar (6) Sanders (0) Locker (9) and M'-Nerty. HRs: Robinson Powell Rettenmund Mil- Savage Root FIRST Kansas City 00734 02480 02150 002 C05 IIS 301 002 790 Morehead, Burg meter (1-5) Wriciht (6) Drabowsky (7) and Kirk- patrick, Campanis Culp, Stange (2-2) Brett (7) and Satriano. HRs: (3) Hernandez Bret! SECOND Kansas Cily OUO COO 1 8 fl Boston .050 001 5 6 1 Johnson, Ftlz m o r r i s (7) and Rodriguez; Peters, Romo (.1-0) (7) and Pavlelich. HR: BASEBALL SATURDAY American Milv.-ankee Baltimore 4 California 2 Cleveland 1 Detroit 6 Oakland 4 New York 3 Chicago 1 Minnesota A Washington J Kansas City at Boston ppd, rain National Montreal 13 Atlanta -i Cincinnati 5 New York 1 Philadelphia 7 Houston 3 Pittsburgh 7 Los Angeles 4 San Diego 5 St. Louis 4 San Francisco 5 Chicago Pacific Coast I Salt Lake Cily 7 Tucson 4 Spokane 5 Tacoma 2 Eugene 7 Portland 2 Hawaii 6 Phoenix 1 Internaitonal Rochester d Columbus 0 Louisville S Syracuse 3 Buffalo at Richmond ppd, rain Toledo at Tidewater ppd, rain. halves of his rijic-two punch, pointing them for the iMonniouth Invifational A'ig. R. had. finished ality's withdrawal, was fifth in up the winning knack from his third in the lU-niilc Kentucky I the field of 10 three-year-olds. Shot Put 1 Doug St. 2 Krvin Gihh, 'Picture, Distance: J x 55 Relay 1. R. 1. Baker: J. St. Joes. Time: :29.I seconds. f BANTAM GIRLS j 75-yard dash 1. Sherry BrxSnsr, Picture Butte; 2. Sandra Vaselenak, R. I. Baker. Timer :I0.1 seconds. 370 y.ird dash 1. Barbara lanac, SI. Jccs; 7. S.indra Vasnlennk, j neck nvor Naskra, who was