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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UrTHMIDGI HIHAtD Monday, 75, 1973 Sport of all sorts WORLD RECORD FRANKFURT, West Ger- many (Reuter) Austrian Maria Sykora set a world rec- ord for the women's 400-metre hurdles when she clocked 57.3 seconds at a track meet here Saturday. Miss Sykora, who has set world marks three times in the last month, bettered the 58.3 she ran in Edinburgh, Scotland, a ago. DRIVER KILLED ROUEN, France (AP) Scottish driver Gerry Birrell was killed Saturday in an acci- dent during practice for Sun- day's Formula Two auto race on the Rouen-Les-Essart Cir- cuit in Western France. Birrell's Chevron Ford crashed into a guard rail, then vaulted over it coming out of a long, winding descent from the starting line. The 28-year-old Birrell was pronounced dead shortly after he was admitted to Charles Ni- celie Hospital in Rouen. ESPOSITO SICK! BOSTON (AP) Phil Espo- sito. scoring leader of the Bos- ton Bruins of the National Hockey League, has undergone treatment for chest pains. Esposito was treated Wed- nesday through Friday at Mas- sachusetts General Hospital, but a hospital spokesman said the ailment apparently was not serious. He has been recuperating from a knee operation last April. WINS RACE CLASSIC PARIS (AP) Favored Ten- nyson, owned by F. W. Bur- mann of France and ridden by Alfred Gibert, won the Grand Prix de Paris Classic for three-year-olds by a head over Atithi Sunday at Long- champ. Borzel shines for Optimists Lethbridge Optimists swept a pair of exhibition fastball games, thanks mainly to Debby Bcrzel. In the first game Borzel was the v inning pitcher as she bested Sandy Corrie of the Oko- toks Orphans in a 13-10 slug- fest. Borzel aided her own cause with two triples while Spnja Smeland chipped in with a double and singles. In the second game, the Op- timists dropped the Orphans 9-5 as Sherry Gardin was ths winner over Diane Graham. Bcrzel belted a home run and two doubles to go with Davlyn Last's home run. BERRA FINED PITTSBURGH (AP) Man- ager Yogi Berra of New York Mets was notified Saturday by National League President Chub Feeney that he has been fined for actions which led to his ejection from Thursday night's game against Pitts- burgh. Berra kicked dirt on um- pire Tom Gorman while ar- guing a play at home plate. SETS TRACK RECORD MUNICH (AP) Danie Ma- Ian of South Africa set a world record of two minutes, 16.0 sec- onds for the metres Sun- day. The old mark of was set by Juergen May on July 20, 1965. Malan established his record on the Olympic Stadium track. CAN I PLAY? LONDON (AP) American male tennis player Bobby Riggs arrived in London Sunday night with his own plan to save Wim- bledon by applying to play in the women's singles. "After beating Margaret Court I reckon I'm the world1 No. one women's said 55 -year-old Bobby. "So to add a bit of excite- ment to the tournament I'm going to ask Barry Mills and Mike Gibson to let rne play in the women's singles. I'm prepared to shave my legs and put on a skirt if necessary." AT DUNLOP FORD WHERE YOU SAVE! This week at Dunlop Ford X marks the spot where you save right on the price line. We have taken our great selection of new and used cars and Xed out all prices. Now we invite you to make your choicel Make your offer! Drive home a bargainl Over 175 cars to choose from. TOP TRADE IN ALLOWANCES STOCK NO. 850 Regular Retail Brand new 1973 Ford FIDO Ranger with V8 engine, A.T., P.S., P.B., and stock No. 817 Brand new 1973 Okanagan 8 foot camper complete with furnace and jacks, plus many other standard features. MAKE YOUR OFFER GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL OUR A-l USED CARS! 1972 VALIANT SCAMP 2 DOOR HARDTOP V8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, radial ply tires, approxi- mately miles. MAKE YOUR OFFER STOCK NO. 7 HA 1972 FORD GALAXIE 500 STATION WAGON, V8 engine, A.T., P.S., P.B., radio, factory air, luggage rack. Reg. Retail............ MAKE YOUR OFFER STOCK NO. 729A 1971 FORD C700 Tilt cab, chassis and cab, 361 Heavy duty V8, 5 speed, 282 Trans., 17500 pound, 2 speed Eaton, 900 rubber. Ideal ft- or contract work. Reg. Retail.................... MAKE YOUR OFFER ATTENTION! TRUCK BUYERS DUNLOP FORD HAS JUST RECEIVED 34 NEW F-100 and F-250's On on OVERPURCHASE from the FACTORY! THESE MUST BE SOLD BEFORE JUNE 30th. -We're offering the Greatest Deals Ever on these 1973 LIGHT TRUCKS! MAKE YOUR OFFER! SALES HOURS: Doily 9 a.m.