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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHMIDGE HERAID Wtdn.lday, May 11, WO G'ORDON EVANS get champion and athlete. Mid- DEB 0'SULLIVAN Mid- top male get champion. GUY POMAHAC Junior champion. BODZINYAK Junior champion. ILLONA LINTEIWVtAN Senior champion and top fe- male athlete. TONY CHAN Sliarcd se- nior honors. COBBY PANKHURST Shared senior honors. JOE SHACKLEFORD Shared senior honors. Eleven Neiv Marks Set, Two More Equalled Race Results Record Book Takes Beating At Junior Track Meet By GLENN WYROSTOK Herald Sports Writer These kids are just getting better-." That was how Dennis Kosa-ka, a schoolteacher at Hamilton Junior High School, accounted for the sparkling performances that took place Tuesday at the 1970 Lethbridge High School Track and Field Meet. A total of 11 records fell by the wayside and another two were tied. Guy Pomahac of Catholic Central led the onslaught as he broke the junior boys' 220 record with a time of 20.7 seconds and then shattered the high jump record in the by sailing over the bar al 5' The previous high mark in the high jump was an even five feet. One other record was broken in the junior boys' class as Joe Meli, also of Catholic Central, set a new standard in the discus when his throw wenl 107' Two records fell in the boys' competition as George Tavorini bested the previous high jump record. The Catholic Central athlete went over the bar at 4' Greg Martin of Wilson set the other record in the nn'dget boys' class by running the 220 in 27.8 seconds. Only one record fell in the senior boys' as Peter Shaw of Track SENIOR BOYS Shot Put 1. Tom Jensen, Hamilton; 2. Bill MacKay, Wilson; 3. Paul look, Catholic Central. Distance High Jump 7. Randy Royer, Catholic Central; 2. Dave Howe, Hamilton; 3. Robert Yanosik, Catholic Central. Height Discus 1. Peter Sikora, Catholic Central; 2. Tom Jensen, Hamilton; 3. Don Hunt, Paterson. Distance Hon-Step-Jump 1. Peter Shaw, Wilson; 2. Dave Howe, Hamilton; 3. Les i Brooks, Paferson. Length 8BO-Yard 1. Corby Pankhurst, Hamilton; 2. Boy Myers, Wilson; 3. .Brian Andres, Paterson. Time Long Jump 1. Bill Toth, Catholic Central; 2. Merrill Schweitzer, Paterson; 3. Joe Shackleford, Paterson. Lenqlh 17' 3W. Ida-Yard Dash 1. Joe Shackletord, 2. Peter Wilson; 3. Tony Chan, Hamilton. Time U.I seconds. 370-Yard 1. Corby Pankhurst, Hamilton; 2. Uda Kerber, Catholic Central; 3. Brian Konrad, Hamilton. 25.5 seconds. 440-Yard Relay 1. Wilson; 5. Catholic Central; 3: Immanuel Christian. Time 49.9 seconds. OPEN BOYS 80-Metre Hurdles i. Tony Chan, Hamilton; 2. Les Brooks, Paterson; 3. Robert Labeile, Catholic Central. Time 12.7 seconds. One Mile Hun 1. Pat Driscoll, Catholic Central; 2. Otto Plaustelner, Catholic Central; 3. Brian Andres, Paterson, Time JUNIOR BOYS Discus 1. JOB Meli, Catholic Cen-Iral; 2. Doug Strum, Catholic Central; 3 Dennis Paterson. Distance Hop-Step-Jump 1. Edwin BIgnorIa, Catholic Central; 2- Ed Gnandt, Catholic Central; 3. Helnr Rudolf, Wilson. Ungth 35'2W. Shot Put I, Bill Broder, Paterson; 2. Rick Collier, Paterson; 3. Tom Little, Hamilton. Distance High Jump 1. Guy Pomahac, Catholic Central; 2. Lee Salmon, Hamilton; 3. Joe MeH, Catholic Centra. Height 8BI Yard 1. Pat Driscoll, Catholic Central; 1. Darryl Medoruma, Wilson; 3. Jerry Clark, Paterson. Time 2'24 3 Long Jump 1. Edwin Bignoria, Calholic Central; 2. Guy Pomahac, Catholic Central; 3. Heinz Wilson. Length 16'SVV'. 101-Yard Dash 1. Rick Collier, Paterson; 2. Darryl Medoruma, Wilson; 3 Guy Pomahac; Catholic Central. Time n.7 reached 38' 4" in the hop, step and jump. Two marks went by the wayside in the senior girls' as Illona Linterman of Hamilton reached a height of 4' 7" hi the high jump while Jane Busow-sky of Wilson threw the shot put 30' Marlene Ezaki established a new record to the midget girls' Results Long Jump 1. Cathy Smith, Paterson; 2. Faith Harms, Wilson; 3. Kathy Doe, Wilson. Length Discus 1. Jane Buskowsky, Wilson; 2. Davlyn Last, Paterson; 3. Frances Terlesky, Catholic Central. Distance 440- Yard 1. Illona Linterman, Hamilton; 2. Mary Ann Wilson, Hamilton; 3. Susan Dunham, Wilson. Time Shot Put 1. Jane Buskowsky, Wilson; 2. Shelley Merkel, Catolic Central; 3. Linda Zalesak, Paferson. loo-Yard Dash i. Cathy Smith, Paterson; 2. Kath Doe, Wilson; 3. Bev Babick, Catholic Central. Time 13.2 seconds. 220- Yard 1. Illona LInferman, Hamilton; 2. Karer. Stringam, Paterson; 3. Shirley Holtrop, Immanuel Christian. 448-Yard Relay 1 Wilson; 2. Hamilton; 3. Catholic Central. Time 5P.O seconds. OPEN GIRLS 880-Yard 1. Illona Linterman, Hamilton; 2. Karen Lothian, Hamiltcn; Junior Hockey Being Looked Close ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) A close vote is expected today on a proposal to divide junior hockey into a three-tier system. The proposal, which came before a morning plenary session of the Canadian Amateur1 Hockey Association's annual meeting, is a recommendation by Jack Devine of Belleville, Out, chairman of the association's junior congress. It would place junior teams in three separate groupings according to their relative EXJ Some delegates appeared to feel the proposal needed further discussion in the closed congress sessions before coming to a vote. Fourteen of the 27 junior congress members supported the proposal, Devine said. Devine said in an interview he introduced the proposal because "the numerous junior A teams are all out of balance." "It seems that almost any league can call itself junior just to get into Memorial Cup competition. "I'm just trying to do this so we could put teams which are obviously too strong, such as the Montreal Junior Canadiens into the separate section." If the plenary session decide( further deliberations were needed the proposal would be sent back to tie junior congress. This would also delay a vote expected today or resolutions by Manitoba and Alberta to raise the junior age limit to 2: while leaving the draft age a 20. Tuesday's plenary session decided that Spokane, Wash. Jets of the British Columbia Hockey League, reigning Allan Cup champions, would be allowed to enter the playoffs again this year. The Quebec Amateur Hockey Association had proposed thai United States teams are kept out of competition for the trophy, emblematic of Canadian senior amateur hockey supremacy. Spokane was the first American team to win tie cup in 61 Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) The head of the Canadian British Empire Games committee says Edmonton has a "very good" chance of winning the 1978 Commonwealth Games. J. W. Davies of Montreal, in Edmonton for two days to investigate this city's bid for the 1978 affair', said Monday he thinks sports facilities here are "fantastic" and prospects for future expansion leave little to be desired. "I think Edmonton has an Chance tremely good chance." Davies said there is little doubt that Canada will be the host country for the 1978 games. "We have had applications from Vancouver, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Edmonton." "Vancouver rettacted its bid because of previously holding the. games and interest appears to lack in Winnipeg and Hamilton. Bight now I'd say it's between Edmonton and Kathy Doe, Wilson. Time 80-Metre Hurdles 1. Cathy Wilson, Catholic Central; 2. Faye Olsnn, Paterson; 3. Leila Kveder, Catholic Central. Time 15.4 seconds. JUNIOR GIRLS Long Jump 1. Wendy Rodzinyak, St. Mary's; 2. Mickey Ktnthan, St. Mary's; 3. Liz Kaplan, Catholic Central. Length 13' High Jump 1. Liz Kaplan, Catholic Central; 2. Karen Lothian, Hamilton; 3. Laurel Stubbs, Paterson. Height Shot Put 1. Wendy Rodzinyak, St. Mary's; 2. Bonnie Klause, Hamilton; 3. Fay Thomas, Allan Watson, 440-Yard 1. Karen Lothian, Hamilton; 2, Kathy Wilson, Catholic Central; 3. Val Barrett, Paterson. Discus 1. Wendy Rodzinyak, St. Mary's; 2. Karen Chumlk, Wilson; 3. Sherry! Johnson, Catholic Central. Distance ifl-Yard Dash 1. Judy Pickett, Hamilton; Dorothy Reitsma, Paterson; 3. Jackla Wormley, Wilson. Tims 7.8 seconds. sMjMMEK We carry only nationally advertiied brand name men's and boys' wear covered by our policy of complete satisfaction. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE COTTON SPORT Paferson; 2. Judy Pickett, Hamilton; 3. Wendy Rodzinyak, St. Mary's. Time 12.4 seconds. Relay 1. Hamilton; 2. Catholic Central; 3. Wilson. MIDGET G1RL5 Long Jump 1. Mary Jean Sawlckl, St. Mary's; 2. Shelly Allan Watson; 3. Jan Mitchell, Hamilton. Length Shot Put 1. Deb O'Sullivan, Peterson; 2. Shirley Hartfelder, Allan Watson; 3. Kathy Opyr, Catholic Distance Central; 2. Bill Broder, Central; 2. Cindy Cann, Allan Watson; 3. Jan Mitchell, Hamilton. Height Straw Hats FROM ___ 3. Allan Watson. TImi 52.5 seconds. MIDGET BOYS High Jump 1- George Tavorini, Catholic Central; 2. Richard Teron, Hamilton; 3. Zaolt Anbrus, Catholic Central. Height 4M01'. Discus 1. Gordon Evans, Pater-son; 2. Mitchell Hall, Allan Watson; 3. Byron Lee, Wilson. Distance !2'3" 230-Yard 1. Greg Martin, Wilson; 2. Gordon Evans, Paterson; 3. Barry Wilson. Time 27.8 seconds. 88ft-Yard 1. Steve Devcrc, St. Mary's; 2. Kevin Slemko, Catholic Central; 3. Tracy Cooler, Paterson. Time 440-Yard Relay 1. Wilson; 7. Catholic Central; 3. Allan 2. Sheldeen Woolf, Paterson; 3. Terry Hadford, Hamilton. Time 1.09.9. iO-Yard Dash 1. Marlene Ezakl, Paterson; 2. Deb O'Sullivan, Paterson; 3. Shelly Klovansky, Allan Watson. 71me 7.8 seconds. IH-Yard Dash 1. Marlene Ezakl, Paterson; 2. Gayle Graham, Wilson; 3. Shelly Klovansky, Allan Watson. Time 12.5 seconds. Discus 1. Karen Opyr, Catholic Central; 2. Nancy Foster, Hamilton; 3. Anne Beatry, Paferson. Distance 440-Yard Rtlay 1. Paterson; 2. Wilson; 3. Allan Watson. Tima 53.6 seconds. 3-BUTTON PULLOVER MOCK TURTLE NECKS 'n array of Summer BERMUDA SHORTS Assorted patterns and eo ors. JANTZEN GOLF SWEATERS All sixes tn aworled colon. Details Are Given SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Oakland Seals have about iu the bank and accounts payable of about the club president testified Tuesday. William N. Creasy Jr., the Seals' president, gave the financial details under cross-examination in the second day of the San Francisco Superior Court trial that is a legal fight between two groups for control of ,he National Hockey League learn. But Creasy also said the value of the franchise will increase, tie said there is growing fan support, and predicted the Seals will soon have a winmng team. San Francisco Seals, Ltd.. a group headed by Barry van 3crfaig of West Palm Beach, Tla., is trying to regain control of the team and resell it. Van Gerbig's group operated the team for the first two years M9II Nk SWEATERS SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS latest body shirt styling assorted colors. 2. Gordon Evans, Paterson; 3. Byron Lee, Wilson. 12.2 seconds. Shot Put 1. Gordon Evans, Paterson; 2. Randy Doyle, Hamilton; 3. George Tavornlni, Catholic Centra Hop-Step-Jump 1. Byron Lee, Wilson; 2. Danny Byrne, Catholic Central; 3. Richard Shardlow, Hamilton. Length 31' Long Jump 1. Mark Baldry, Pat-erson; 2. Robert Saltes, Wilson; 3. Richard Teron, Hamilton. Length SENIOR GIRLS High Jump 1. Illona Linterman, Hamilton; 2. Cindy Price, Paterson; 3. Sandy Span, Immanuel Christian. Height I MEN'S AND j: PI W? "O SINGER BOYS' WEAR j 1 jUilf'" Where a Genleiman's Charge Account Allows You to "J Y DOWN PER MONTH BUYS ONE OF WESTERN CANADA'S E LARGEST SELLING IMPORT CARS S NEW! IIATSUN 1000 4-DOOR DELUXE SEDAN WITH RADIO high-performance 62 HP engine lop speed 84 MPH 35-40 MPG 4-on-the-floor reclining 1 bucket seats all the extras are standard equipment f f JT 1 easiest car 'in the 'world to park built in IlkUaih'J (Formerly Mechanic Sales lid.) year to Trans-National Communications, Inc., of New Lorntr Jrd Avt. and 1 Ith Si. S, flioiie j 100 yard dash as she covered the distance in a time of 12.5 seconds. The midget girls' relay team from Paterson set a new mark in the 440 yard relay as they turned in a time of 58.6 seconds. On the team were Marlene Ezakl, Janet Hominuke, Deb O'Sullivan and Margita Dom- brosky. The final record to be broken Tuesday was by Dorothy Eeits- ma of Paterson. Reitsma won the 100 yard dash in a time of 12.4 seconds in junior girls'. One mark was tied in junior girls' as Judy Pickett of Hamil- ton ran the 60-yard dash in 7.8 seconds. Kathy Opyr of Catholic Cen- tral tied the midget girls' rec- ord in the high jump as she went over1 the bar at 4' Besides the 11 records that were broken, there were also 15 new marks established in events held for the first time this year. Corby Pankhurst of Hamil- ton won the senior boys' with a time of while in the open boys' competition, Tony Chan of Hamilton took the 80 metre hurdles in 12.7 seconds and Pat Driscoll of Catholic Central ran the mile in DOUBLE WIN Driscoll also won the junior boys' 880, turning in a time of while in midget Gordon Evans of Paterson heaved the discus 82' 8" and Steve Devcic ran the 880 in In senior girls', Jane Busow- sky of Wilson heaved the dis- cus 84' while Illona Lin- terman of Hamilton was clock- ed with a. time of in the 440. In open girls" Illona Linter- man ran the 880 in while in the 80 metre hurdles Cathy Wilson of Catholic Cental was timed in 15.4 seconds. Three new events were held in the junior girls' division as Wendy Rodzinyak of St. Mary's threw the shot put 25' SVs" and heaved the discus 88' Kar- en Lothian of Hamilton ran the 440 in In midget girls' competition, Deb O'Sullivan of Paterson was clocked in in the 440 while Karen Opyr threw the discus 71'. Individually, Illona Linterman of Hamilton and Gordon Evans of Paterson were the big win- ners. Linterman was tops in the senior girls' and was also the top female athlete as she scor- ed a total of 20 points. Evans was the champion in the midget boys' competition and was also the top male ath- lete with a total of 18 points. There was a three way tie for the championship in senior boys' as Tony Chan of Hamil- ton, Joe Shackleford of Pater- son and Corby Pankhurst of Hamilton all ended up with 10 points. Guy Pomahac of Catholic Cental was the junior boys' champion with 17 points while Wendy Rodzinyak of St. Mary's was tlie junior girls' winner with a total of 18 points. Deb O'Sullivan of Pater son took the midget girls' cham- pionship as she totalled 16 points. Hamilton took the senior div- ision's team title as they amass- ed 65 points. Catholic Central were the junior champions with 76 points while the .midget Crown was split between Pater- son and Hamilton as they each had 69 points. Ford To Fight Saturday Night EDMONTON Ford, Canadian lightweight boxing champion, has been signed to defend his title Saturday night in New Glasgow, N.S. Mitch Klimove, co- manager, said today the 12- round title bout will be against ranking contender Lawrence Haiey of'New Glasgow. CALGARY (CP) Victoria Setay Soo, Ehlelas VIcklft llso Race results Tuesday: Fifth claiming, 4 year-olds and claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- 5 furlongs: Dashing Knight {Stadnyk) 4.90, 3.10, 2.50; Blue Twist Billingsley) Dawn (Hedge) 19.00, 3.10; Racerific. (Combs) 3.00, 2-W; Mel- 5.80; Sudden Service (Kipling) (Rasmussen) 4.60. Time: Now Man, Binges Sister, King, Big Bambl, Astro Prince, S ranger. Zippy Lynn, Saucy Jay Blond, Fiiibeans also ran. S41.SO. allowance, 3-year-old allowance, 4-year-olds and up, ens, 7 and 1-16: Northern Pine (Hedge) 14.60, {Rasmussen) 11.30, 5.70, 4.90; News Media (Jackson) Eagle Hill (Barroby) 11.00, 7.40; 11.90; Lady Harcon (Coombs) Run (Norrls) 4.50. Time: 1-5. King Sparkle, Tanbye, Cumloops, Western Champ, Queens Law 11 Wimple Street, Etonian Golfer, Major Mack, Fun Sale also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Pan Zareta Handicap, 3-year- SVi furlonqs: claiming, 3-year-olds, 3 Bonus (Stadnyk) 5.20, 3.30, 3.40) Sultan Jewell (Turefsky) 4.00, 2.90; Wolf Whistle (Norrls) 7.90, Marie (Shields) 2.60. Ela ns's Beauty (Hunt) 6.70, 3.40; 2-5. Arm (Barroby) 2.90. Dove, Victory Chaser, Mer- Time: 3d Blue Note, Leisures Memory, Mad Bandit's Jewell, Speed also ran. War ff, Shuttle1 King also Track Scratch Happy claiming, 4-year-olds, I fur- Fourth claiming, 4-year-old and up, Valley (Billingsley) 18.40, 5.50, Regal Hawk (Sfsdnyk) 3.00, Cinnamon Jim (Norrls) 7.40, Be There John 190. 3.40; Royal Swlv (Hedge) 5.20, 3.50; Chim Choree (Billingsley) Ryslo, Joey's Jewell, Jimmy Justice, Time: Sis, Guerre Chant also ran. Crystal Chimes, Hollyburn, ELRICH SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel GBL Chicago 22 17 .S6J New York 21 21 .500 LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 31 13 .705 York 74 21 .533 7'A St. Louis 20 20 .500 Pittsburgh 20 24 .455 Philadelphia 17 25 .405 Montreal 16 25 .390 19 23 '.-J52 116 Boston 18 23 .439 1 1 14 25 .355 West West 38 12 .700 Cincinnati 32 14 .S9S Los Angeles 25 18 .581 314 Atlanta J4 18 .571 6 San Francisco 21 24 M7 Houston 20 25 .444 28 14 .667 1 Oakland 22 21 .512 Kansas City 17 25 .405 12 Chicago 17 26 .395 12W Milwaukee 13 28 .317 15ft San Diego 21 28 .329 RESULTS TUESDAY'S York 000 000 0 4 t Pittsburgh 115 001 370 Chicago 301 030 t 11 1 Blass (2-41 Gibbon (5) OM OCO 341 Stottlemyre (4-4) and Munson; Wilson and Freehan. Nor- (5) Garber (7) and Sanguillen; man (4-31 and HIatt. HR: Hick-man (8) Sanguillen (5) 001 000 268 Minnesota HO 6 14 1 son (1-4) O'Donaghue Gelnar Houston 300 MO 3 0 Atlanta 100 202 and McNertney; Kaai (5-1) and Ratliff. HRs: Walton Harp- Dlerker (8-4) Billingham (7) and Tovar wards; Nash (6-11, Wilhelm IB) and Tillman. HRs: Miller 000 000 006- I, 1 Baltimore 001 020 7 11 1 Tillman (1-5) Colbert (6) Ellsworth Philadelphia IH 000 31V Montreal .000 001 2 t and Fosse; Hardin (2-1) and Hen-dricks. Wise (3-2) selma (91 and Bates; Stoneman (2-7) and Bateman. 5M 14 J Boston ...300 000 3 9 Taylor Cox (9) and Casan- St. Louis 000 000 1 7 t New YorK MO 200 S I 1 Torrez Campisi Limy Peters Romo Lonborg Jarvis (9) and Moses. HRs: Wash T. Conigliaro and Torrez; Sadeckt (3-0) and Lw Angeles KO 414 JIO-u 101 010 i I Kansas City Wfl OM 1 7 1 OM 010 3 13 2 Osteen (S-4) and Haller; Wood (7) and Herrmann; Johnson Bunker (B) and Brvant Puente Paul McCormick (6) and Dietz. HR: 100 100 J 5 fl Osteen 020 001 4 5 0 Grant (7) and Dun- Cincinnati 000 001 1 Murphy Garrelt Mes-sersmith (8) and HRs: Oak- San Diego 300 oio a 12 McMullen Merritt Washburn LEAGUE SCORES inger (8) and Bench; corkins Coast Dukes and Cannlzzaro. HRs: 6 Salt Lake 1 Colbert (2) Brown 7 Tucson 0 8 Spokane 5 13 Portland 3 Cincinnati 000 Ml T 1 San Diego 301 MO 4 I 3 Louisville 2 Borbon Carroll Gullelt 2 Toledo 0 and Corrales; Coombs 15 Buffalo 8 (8) and Barton. HR: Gaston 8 Columbus 0 OUR SERVICE IS NOW READY SERVE CALL US TODAY FOR QUICK EFFICIENT 1 ELRICH TIRE COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 403 lit Avt South Pkon, 3376886 o. 337 4445 ;