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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI IFTHIRIDGE HERALD Monday, May 28, 1973 No. 6 capfain of rhe French team Kite, and Soviet sportsmen Kaplichny and Andreasian fighting for a ball in a selective football match for the World 197-4 champion- ship. The Soviet team von 2-0. Royals blank Trojans 4-0 The Lethbridge Royals open-1 als' attack with a pair of goals ed their 1973 Calgary Senior while Bill Calderwood and Alvin Soccer League on the right fool added Tietz s marker came on a as they blanked the Calgao'I penalty stourith a few minutes Trojans 4-0 at the Civic Centre I remaining in the coniest and Saturday afternoon. John Fomradas led the Roj- helped clinch the shutout for Gus Fomradas. Athletic program develunient counts most Medals shouldn't measure success TORONTO (CP) Canadians should not measure their suc- cess in the 1976 Olympics by the number of medals won but by how far they have developed a sound system for atliletic devel- opment, says the executive di- rector of the Coaching Associ- ation of Canada. John Hudson made the point Saturday during a panel dis- cussion on coaching emphasis at the annual Ontario Sportswri-. off, right now, on us winning ters and Sporlscasters Associ- ation seminar. Hudson was one of five panel- ists who stressed that Canada should develop it own system for developing athletes and that such a system have as its prime objective the enjoyment of sports and fitness rather than the simple aim of winning. "Please take the emphasis medals in 1976 because we ain't going to win a hell of a said Hudson. could take all the good athietes we pot right now, we could move them to the finest training facilities in the world, with the finest coaches in the world, and hot-house them like crazy. And. come 1976, I don't think we'd win more than San Diego Padres sold for a record price tag SAN DIEGO (API A group of Washington, D.C., business- men has purchased the San Diego Padre baseball team for a record million from San Diego banker C. Arnholt Smith and will move the team to Washington for the 1974 season, Smith said Sunday. Smith, the principal owner of the team, sold the franchise May 5 in San Diego to a group Race results rDMCNTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Saturday. FIRST claiming, 2 year olds, 5 fur- longs. Ice Copy ;