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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidny, May 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGF HERALD 11 Nothing concrete on wrong- HICK COLUER Senior boys' champ liliENDA LOEWEN Senior girls' champ TEHHY WALKER boys' champ MVIINA ALLERT Junior girls' champ TIIEO DECROOT Midget boys' champ SYLVIA SACCOMANI Midget girls' champ A total oi 23 new marks established at junior high track meet The weatherman smiled on (.lie City of LoUibridge junior high school track and field championships Monday after- noon. The meet had been scheduled for last Friday but rain and cold weather forced postponement. It couldn't have been better for the young athletes as they set 23 new records and equalled three. Six individual honors were meted out at, the one-day affair while an outstanding male and female athlete were also named. Rick Collier of Paterson and Terry Walker of Hamilton shar- ed the boys' honors. Collier chalked up 24 points in senior competition while Walker earned 24 points in junior. Myrna Allert of Paterson topped the gals. Competing in! t i the junior division she came up Thco DeGrool in midget boys with 28 points. Brenda Loewen in senior girls Allert competed in midget girls' last year and shared top honors with Sian Smith o f Hamilton, each with 28 points. Allert was not to be denied this time around. For Collier and Brenda Loe- wen it was also a repeat per- formance. and Sylvia Saecomani in mid- Results of track meet P.ter- son' 2 Larry Jack, Hamilton; 3. Mark Shaskin, Wilson. Distance High Jump 1- Brian Quick, Pattr- 1 Rick Collier, Paicrson; 3. Graham MerricV, Hampton. Height S'5" Wilson I 3. Gary Discus I- Mark SI Max Whilnford. C.C.H.S.; Sinclair Patrrson. Distance 105'. Triple Jump l. Derek Redman, Wilson; 1. Greg Martin. WHson; 3, Brian Quick, Psterson. Distance 880 1 Kim Rosvolo, Hamilton; 3. Shane HIrsche, Wilson; 3. Brent AAarchuk, C.C.M.S. Time Ne "record. Long Jump 1. Brian Quick, Pater- son 2 Greu Martin, Wilson; 3. Derek pSman, Wilson. Distance _ New record. 100 Yd. Dash 1. Rick Collier, Pat- crscn- 2 Greg Martin, Wilson; 3. Ray Robinson. Hamilton, Time 109. 330 Yd. Dash 1. Jerry Areshenko, Wilson; 2 Rick Collier, Paterson; 3, Greg Martin Wilson. Time 25.4. 80 Meter Derek Redman, WMson; 2. Barrv Schmidt, Wilson; 3. Mark Baldry, Paterson. Time Relay i. Paterson; 2- Wilson; 3. Hamilton. Time -W.O Mew record i Gedraslk, Hamil- s, Wilson; 3. Nell e OPEN BOYS 1 Mile 1. Brla on; 1. Terry Morr ?eid, Hamilton. Tin "K r WiKon, Rfc, iHajd. Gr.v.. Triple "jump-l. Terry Walter, Ham- lloni 1 Pe'tr Ducken, C.C.H.5. 5. 3111 SravabdC, C.C.H.S. "s'ftol pul nanny CCHSi Wootl, Hamilton 3- Jlro Gvliserldi. C.C.H.S. OWanM 37Hlgh lump V Shene, Pater- ,aa1. Dominic Santannelo, St. Marys. 3. Jeff Paterson, Paterson. Height 4 "o" Mitre Hurdlt! 1. Kevin Malm- bprq, Hamilton; 2. Terry Walker, Ham- m'on; 3. "ark Hominuke, Paterson. Time 13.7 New record jntt Jump 1. Tern- Walker, ....nllton: 7. Dominic Santanae o, St. Marys: 3. Curt Schweltier, paterson. Trevor fester. Wilson; 2. Terry walker. Hamilton; 3 Jack Lolhlan. Hamilton. Time 12.1 J20 Yd. Dash 1. Harvey Lobunn 9 Final 1. Brian Murray, Pater- tows. Pnl- Hamilton; 3. arys; Reich, St. Hamilton; distance _. Stan Schmtdek, Peterson; 3. Lloyd Takeyasu, Wilson. Time 2.24.1 Jew record. Relay 1. Hamilton; 1. Wilson; 5. 4. C.C.H.S., 5- Immanuel Chrlslian. Time 53.4. MIDGET COYS High Jump 1. erson; 2. Harvey Poc Ingarfield. Si. It" New record. Shot Pul Craig Marys; 2. Harvey Pocze, 3. DcreK Harding, Peterson, 34'4'S" record, Triple Jump 1. Theo DcGrccr, 1 C 1. MiKe Craig, Watson; 3. Brett Hanna St. Marys. Distance Long Jump 1. Theo DcGroot, I.C., Bruce Quick, Paterson; 3. Brett Hanna, St. Marys. Distance BO Metre Hurdles 1. Mathew Kel- ene, St. Marys; 1. Tom Glover, Wat- son; 3 Scott MaeUnnan, Paterson. Time 15.0 New record. Discus 1. Craig Reich, St. Marys; 2 Doug Bodie, SI. Marys; 3. Theo De- Groot, "I.C.. Distance 97' New Yd Dash 1, Bryan Lllchfield, Watson; 2 Mathew Kelenc, C.C.H.S.; 3 Mike Craig, Watson; Time 29.2. Minor baseball The Larks outlasted the Jets 18-12 in Lakeside Little League action Monday night. Dalian Bramlley earned the mound verdict while Doug Win- ter suffered the loss. Wade Steed paced the Larks with four base hits while Bill Native Sons host Taber Ebony Hawks J Lethbridge Native Sons and Taber Ebony Hawks will tangle lor the third time in Southern Alberta Major Lacrosse League play tonight. In two previous encounters the first place Native Sons have earned 8-7 and 11-li victories over the second place club from the easl. Accordine to coach Pave Smith, the Native Sons are starting to jell and should re- main on top of the standings. The Sons' power players are also starting to come along, said Smith, who watched his club slam in five power play goals against the Calgary Pre- miers last weekend. If such is the case, the Ebony Hawks should stay away from the penally hox as much as pos- sible; tonight. Tonight's encounter is set to go at p.m. al the Hender- son Lake Ice Centre. Meanwhile tho Li'lhbridge Warlords up with an hard fought. 8-6 win over the Taber Banlams in Taber Mon- day The Warlords, who held a 2-0 period I e a d received a four goal performance from Don Wilson while Vic Tron added a n wig lit Dunn chipped in wil.h s f.iiiClrimi] Saka- mnfn .inr] tallied twice for TahiT Mike Doirhiik ami Herman Freisen ;ilso man.'iged a goal cJU'h in a losing STANDINGS Dckker managed three safeties n a losing cruse. In another contest, the White Sox edged the Indians 8-6 be- hind Mike Matkiivs three-hitter. Brent Maxwell took the loss. The Astros belted the Dod- gers 15-7 Monday in Norcrest Little League action. Mike Coghlin was the winner over Reggie Hcggen. Warren Toth paced the win with a double and a single white Brian Kanewischer added a triple. Doug Vogt and Rino Cut- tapar each managed two doubles for the Dodgers. In Senior Little League the Comets came up with a 10-7 verdict over the Royals. Ron Brian Litchfleld, I Watson; 2- Ross Erickson, Walson; 3. Randy Syrennc, St. Marys. Time 100 Yd. Final 1. Pal McCune. Wil- i; Mathew Kolenca St. Marys; Theo Degroct, I.e. Time 11.8 St. Marys; 2. Tie-Pater- son, Watson. Time 57.i. SENIOR GIRLS High Jump 1. C.C.H.S.; 2. Diane Turnei Kovansky, Harnilti 4'9: get girls'. DeGroot attends Immanuel Christian while Loewen is from Paterson and Saccomani from St. Mary's. Allert was brilliant in junior gals as she rewrote the record book in four competitions. She won the long jump, the 44-yard race, the 220-yard dash and the 100-yard dash. She jumped 14ft. IVi in. in the ong jump, the old mark was 13 ft. 8'i in. Her times in the races were 1.10.8 in the 440 jesting the old mark of 1.13.7, 29 seconds flat in the 220 nine- tcnllis of a second better than the old record and 12.G seconds in the 100. The old mark in the 100 was 13 flat. Collier won first place rib- bons in shot put, and 100-yard dash while he was second in the high jump as well as the 220-yard dash. Walker earned victories In the triple and long jump and came second in the 80-metre hurdle, as well as the 100-yard dash. DeGroot's victories 1) the long jump and the triple jump. He was third in the dis- cus. Saccomani was the winner Hockey married TORONTO (CP) Foster Hewitt, Canada's "voice of was married Mon- day in a simple ceremony to Joan Darlie Lang. It was the second marriage for both. The only persons attending the ceremony in the Anglican Church of Christ the King were Sir. Hewitt's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Masse y. Immediate members of the two families later jointed for a reception at vorcee, has four children, two boys and two girls. Mr. Hewitt, 68, was a wid- ower with three children, Mr. Frank M. Sommerville, Mrs. Barry Rowan and Foster Wil- liam Alfred, known as Bill when he broadcasts the tele- vised hockey games. On March 23, 1923, Mr. Hewitt became the first per- son to broadcast a hockey game. It was an Ontario Hockey Association Senior final between Parkdale Canoe Club and Kitchener Green- shirls at the old Mutual Street Arena in Toronto. CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Racing Commission says it has no concrete evidence of wrong-doing among provincial horse racers and has cracked down on security as a preven- tive measure. Commission chairman Irv Persons said during a weekend interview he would not hesitate to order intense investigation, which might include under- cover detectives, if he thought there v.-as race fixing. Parsons and vice-chairman Jim Wright emphasized that to their knowledge racing was be- ing conducted honestly in the i province. "The thing is that any time you have a gambling situation, here will IK a temptation for a cw individuals to try to beat Jie said Wright. If the security is tight enough, that temptation is elim- inated." The first search of jockey mok is under review but no will be made until fed- eral regulations are revised, possibly not until the end of the season. The federal regulations are to provide for a prison term of up o two ytars for illegally drug- ;ing a horse or possessing pro- libitcd medication or equip- ment on or near a race track. Parsons said the possibility of jail term "should provide a strong for battery-operated tors was made 10 days ago and nothing was found. More searches will be made, said Wright, with exercise boys and others coming under scru- tiny. "It mil just be a matter ol choosing in advance a certain race on an upcoming day. "The last thing in the world we would want to do is catch anybody. We just want all the jockeys" to know that the risk is there" and that they would be foolish to use a battery." Parsons said the entire rule Plenty of runs in gals fastball Park Plaza picked up a 22-20 win over the Labor Club to City Ladies' Fastball Uaguo iction Monday night. Linda Kish bested Gayle Trapp on the mound. In ether league games Lelh- bridge Optimists completely outclassed City Hall 34-0 and Great West Tires outlasted the All-Stars 24-20. Debby Borzel was the winner for the Optimists while Ruth Miller emerged with the win for Great West Majesties. PtAN TO BE AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION JUNE 10 Is Pleased to the GREAT NEW Pat- Long Jump 1. Brenda Lowe erson; 2. Shelly Kovfinshy, Hamilton; Wendy Rodzinak, C.C.H.S. Distance ;'3" _ New Record. Discus 1. Wendy Rodllnyak, C C H S 3. Terry Hiidtcrd, Hamilton; Shell! Haines, Hamilton. Distance Burke, C.C.H.S. Tims the 'aimed stint. Palmer wins SOUTHERN PINES. N.C. (AP) Sandra Palmer, shoot- ing onc-ovcr-par 72, made a shambles of the THleholdcrs w f. r A Pis. l.llx'l c.' Mv FV SCORERS Tim Pater 3. Emily 1.09.B. Shol Put 1 Cathy PBter- son, 2. Les Johnson Paterson; 3. Sheila Haines, Hamilton. Distance 100 Yd. Final 1. Wendy Rodzln- yak, C.C.H.; 2. Brenda Lowen, Pater- son; 3. Cheryl Adams, Hamilton. Time 220 Yd. Final 1. Brenda Lowen, Paterson; 2. Jan Mitchell, Hamilton; 3. Cheryl Adams, Hamilton. Time 28.5. BO Metre Connie Frowes, Paterson; 2. Diane Turner, Wilson, 3. RutH Welsse, Hamilton; Time 1-1 New record. 440 Yd. Relay 1. C.C.H.S., 2. Ham- lltcn, 3 Wilson. Time 57.6 OPEN 860 Yd 1. Sheldeen Woctt, Pater- son; 2 Jane DeGraaf, Patersor, 3. nawicin-c D Anderson, Hamilton. Time double for the Comets while j ,J9.8. home jUNion GIRLS 60 Metre Hurdles 1 Lavonne Mill- er, Paterson; 2. Jeanne Powell, Ham- ilton; 3. Joyce Oishi, Hamilton, Time 15.5. Long Jump 1 Mvrna Allert, Pat- erson; 2. Sherry Groves, Hamil'on; 3. Joceline Beaudine, C.C.H.S. Distance _ U'l'V New record, i High Jump Kim Ellison, Hamil- ton; Tie Kanlan, CX.H.S. 1 Shii-on vaselenak, C.C.H.S. Heiplit in the long jump and then set a new record in the 440. She ran the distance in 1.10.4 two full seconds faster than the pre- mark. She was second in the 220 and third in the 100 yard dash. Miss Loewen's points camo on a record setting long jump of 16 ft. 3 in. She bettered the old mark by an inch. She was also first in the 4-40-yard finals as well as riuuier-up in the 100- yard dash. Athletes from the seven jun- ior high schools, St. Mary's, Christian', Catholic Central, Allen Watson and Wilson took part in the one-day event. Moser was the winner with the loss credited to John Wagon- tall. Lawrence Gardiner stroked double fo. Jerry Areshenka had a run in a losing cause. Steve Devcic had started thr game but Rave way to Mosci inning. Moser j his six-inning 1 second 13 ing with a record to win by a whopping 10 strokes. She finished one under par for 72 holes after earlier rounds of 71-08-72 over the par- 71 Pine Needles Country Club course to win The 31-year-old native of Fort Worth, Tex., led from the open- ing day. She brought her earn- ings for the year to in winning her first event of 1972. Hole-in-one for Mnnlcllo Silvio Mantullo lias pulUxI off n golfing feat in his first year of golfing that some people don'I accomplish it) a lifetime. Vlaying al the Hridgcview par-three course with iriend Joe Krywolt, Mantrllo rannorl his too sliol. on tho 1-10-yard sovcnth holo. Mitnlcllo iiNdl tlirrr i Ini his hole in mic. First place lead changes Lakeview Texaco and Batons regained first place in the Coun- try Club Golf League standings after play concluded Monday night. The Packers' foursome of Bill Lord. Ross Held. Fred Mor- gan and Dale O'Brien combined for a 144 lo take low team net score and the sweep over Tol- lestrup. O'Brien also nabbed the low net honors with a 32 while low gross honors went to Jim Bor- der of CHEC and Doug Brown of Tollcstrup's with a 41. Two eight-point sweeps high- lighted play at Henderson Lake. CHKC Radio belt ed Flemings while Walkers took eight points from Owens. Individually Cliff Stroh shot a for Ihc House of Lclh- bridKi' tu win low gross. Low net honors went to (ierry Probe of Ace Building with a 31. Singers took low team nol with an aggregate score of 150. Playing for Singers were Andy Aiuireaclmk, F.d Potter. John and Gordon Carpenter. COUNTRY CLUB SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER SIZE C78-14 Each, only (WHITEWALLS) Similar Savings On All Sizes: E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 ..23.95 H78-14 ..24.95 G78-15 ..26.75 H78-15 (WHITEWALL) .28.60 .26.75 .28.60 WHEEL ALIGNMENT AH popular make cars e Adjust camber and caster O Check steering 0 Set toe-in and toc-r ut e Road test on these SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS In effect till JUNE 3rd! BRAKE SPECIAL! 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