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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuolrfoy, June 20, 1972 1HE LETHBSIDGE HEM10 9 Monsignor Murray honored today The man who built Notre Dame enters Hall NO CONTEST Guard Dave Chancy, left, gets sel to sprint defensive back Paul Brule but Paul's greyhound, Jock, doesn't appear to acknowledge the Jock laler showed the pair a thing or two about running al the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CP Wirephoto) training camp. v Lose Great Falls event in finals Miners finish second TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Sports Hall of Fame today announced the election of seven new members, including Monsi- gnor Athol Murray who founded Notre Dame College at Wilcox, Sask. Msgr. Murray and Jack Ham- ilton ot Regina, a well-known Western hockey and football ex- ecutive, were elected in the builders category. Elected in the active sports category were rifleman Dr. Desmond Burke, speedskatcr Leila Brooks, sprinter Hilda Strike, yachtsman Walter Win- deyer and boxer Dick Howard. W. Harold Hea, chairman of the sports hall board of gover- nors, also announced the ap- pointment to the selection com- mittee of Montreal sports writer Andy O'Brien. Msgr. Murray, 80, rejected an appointment to his native To- ronto in 1927 and instead be- came parish priest at Wilcox, a village 20 miles from Regina. BORROWED FACILITIES When drought hit the Prairies in 1929 and money for a college education became scarce, Msgr. Murray stalled Notre Dame in borrowed buildings. The school has s tru g g 1 e d along with the poorest of facili ard or Richie Howard, reigned as Canadian lightweight cham- jion for six years until his re- tirement in 1960. A native of Terrance Bay, N.S., Howard started lighting in 1945 and in his 15 years in the ring he won 77 fights, lost 26, drew five and was never knocked out. He won the Canadian light- weight title in a decision over Armand Savoie at Halifax. Miss Brooks, in an eight-year span from 1923 through 1930, collected more than 65 champi- onships and records Irora pro- vincial to world level in speed- skating. The Toronto skater won her first Canadian championship hi Juniors sweep three Lethbridge Junior Optimists, fresh from a three-game exhi- bition sweep in Calgary, blast- ed the Labor Club Larks 2o-l in Women's Fastball League action Monday. Val Orr was the winner with the loss going to Nan Hamilton. Debby Borzel led the way j for the winners with a pair of home runs and a triple while Orr, Joanne Johnson, Davlyn Last and Bonnie Roberts added ANDY CAFF THAT'S A TEN FOUNb The Lethbridge Miner's Lib-' rary came home with rurniers- up honors in the fourth annual Great Falls Invitational Fast- ball Tournament held on the weekend. During the two days of ac- tion, the Miners racked up five victories while suffering two setbacks. The Miners opened the tour- ney like block-busters winning their first three encounters. Weiiatchee, Washington stop- ped the locals In the fourth con- test, but the Miners came back with two more wins to reach the finals. In the championship George Waselenak led the Bruce Powell fired .a one-hit- locals at the plate with a dou- er to guide Wenalchec to an ble and a single, easy 8-0 victory over the Min- jn their second contest, the ers. whipped Petes Auto also George Sanloni, who pitched froln Great Falls 14-8 with five of the seven games tor Darrcll Leavitt besting Jerry the Miners, took the loss. Lenfeldt on the mound. Dennis Hydychuk spoiled Danny Santoni supplied the Powell's no-hitter with a smgie for tne Miners blasting In earlier games, Santoni two triples and a double while opened the tourney hurling a Wasdenak added a pair of two- no hitter to give the Miners ties but It always has more ap- plications than it can handle. It limits itself to 300 students, male and female. Msgr. Murray has always stressed the development of the individual and, as part of this philosophy, encouraged sports at Notre Dame. "Sport helps he said in an interview about four years ago. "The individual comes out so fast. And the stu- dent who watches from the side- lines can't help but become a part of it vicariously. It excites his imagination." Among the sports figures to emerge from Notre Dame Col triples. In other games the All-Stars trimmed Prairie Livestock 23- 13 with Joanie Ttynor the win- ning pitcher. Park Plaza b y Great West Tires 12-11 with the win going to Linda Tillman over Ruth Miller. I'D LOVE A JOB LIKE THAT fOJ INTEREST! N' MONEY 1925 in the 220-, 440- and 880- yards events. In 1926, she won the open 440-yard world and in 1928 she added the world record time of tor the in- door mile at a competition In Detroit. Windcyer, born in Toronto on June 9, 1900, achieved his great- est success as a yachtsman in 959 when he and crew mem- Ken Bradlield of Toronto and Sicott E. Hamilton of Mont- real captured the Gold Cup for world champion Dragon-class yachts at Copenhagen, Den- mark. The Canadian victory broke European dominance of the Cup which had remained in Europe since it was first competed for in 1937. Windeyer returned to defend the Gold Cup in Holland and to represent Canada at the Olym- pic Games in but suffered a heart attack and was unable to compete. He continued to sail competitively until his heart condition worsened and brought about his death Feb. 13, 19S4. ELS shears EJSsKM Father-son tourney tonight _ ins aimers taw uicn MUIU ern o[ Great taus. unnm fn 11 innings as they liege ware N a ti'onal Hockey Great W llgue players Garth Bpesch, Henderson _____Tomboys before losing evening at 18-10 to the Brooks All-Stars. For the Juniors in Lnly the toumpy will be a nin Borzel won two Eames. i iiring me iniru [mat. while Ken Elliott 16 took the loss. Ali says Quarry last white hope Santoni picked up the win giving up four hits while fan- ning 13 batters. Jim LaRocque struck out 18 Miners in a losing cause. Corrido Santoni stroked two doubles for the Miners while LaRocque poked out a pair of singles for the losers. Darrell Leavitt was the vic- I tim of the Miners' first loss as they dropped a 6-1 decision to LOS ANGELES (AP) Mu- hammad All described his foe of next week, Jerry Quarry, as "tlie last of the great white yet the former cham- pion appeared a little fat when he worked out in Los Angeles. "Like those men in the rocket ships, they count out 10, 9, 8 until they get to Ah' com- mented in explaining his condi- tion. "They wouldn't really be ready at the count of four. "I've got eight days left and I'll be ready." Ali meets Jerry In a 12-roun- der at Las Vegas on June 27. On tlie same 'card, brother Mike Quarry challenges light heavy- weight champion Bob Foster for ween 217 and 220 and that hould be good." On April 1 In Tokyo, Ali veighed 226 against Mac Foster and his condition was criticized his 175-pound crown. Ex-heavyweight king Ali looking forward to a return match against the only man tYeiiaiCllKG o-o. even though he whipped the Cal- Santoni bested Powell on the ifornian. mound as he allowed only five A throng of about turned hits. out at the Forum lo watch Ali spar with heavyweight Charles James and light heavyweight Eddie Jones, both of Los Ange- les. The ex-champ clowned dur- ing a serious workout and both sparring partners hit him. "I was deliberately taking he said. "I might have lo take a couple." Ali said "my people and Fra- zier's people are negotiating" and then added, "While he's resting somewhere in North Carolina or South Carolina, I'm taking on all the contenders." Danny Santoni was the hero of the game as he blasted a double with loaded bases which scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning for the vic- tory. During the two-days of play, Corrido Santoni and Barry House of the Miners did not go unnoticed as they earned all-star positions. tired as chief radiologist at Oak- ville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospi- tal, Oakville, Ont., gained na- tional prominence as a rifle shooter in 1924 when he became the youngest King's Prize win- ner at the Bisley, England, matches and the only one to win the first and final stages of the King's In the same year. He was a member of 12 Cana- dian Bisley teams and his over- all record In the various divi- sions at Bisley was 14 firsts and 11 seconds. Miss Strike, who became Mrs. Fred Sisson in 1935, reached the peak of her career in 1932 when she won two silver medals Have a SAFE VACATION TRIP with the Olympics in Los Angeles in the 100 metres and the relay event, lira. Sissons, 61, lives in her native Montreal. Howard, known as Kid How- Race results INSTA-ROLL TRAVEL AWNINGS rrom PREBCO Awning remains on the frailer when traveling. 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