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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Thursday, May 31, 1973 SPORT m m RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1973 Junior High track results Toronto makes solid bid for second CFL franchise SENIOR BOYS Shot Pul 1. Kevin Kptkas, Ham- ilton; Dominic Santagelo, C.C.H.S.; 3. Bill Gratavac, C.C.H.S Distance High Jump 1. Dominic Santagelo, C.C H.S'.; 2. Jerry Areshenko. Wilson; 3 Jeff Oaterson, Paterson. Height Discus 1. Don AAcKenna, C.C.H.S Bill Grabavac, C.C.H.S Gerry p-ince, Hamilton. Distance 98'. Triple Jump 1. Gil Pcberznick, 1. la.-. Valin, Wilson; 3 Terry v.aiker. Hamilton. Distance 35' S30 Yd. Finsl 1. Bryan Murray, Paterscn; 1. Gil Poberznick, Wilson; 3 Mike Bruised Head, C.C H.S. New record. Long Jump 1. Jerry Areshenko, 2- Terry Walker, Hamilton; 3. G.-es Langhofer, Wilson. Distance i9' 'T' ICO Yd. Final 1. Stephen Olson, 2. Jerry Areshenko, Wilson; j. Llovd Takeyasu, Wilson. Time 11.2. 220 Yd. Final 1 Jerry Areshenko, 2. Stephen Hamilton; 3. Mike Bruised Head, C.C.H.S Time SO Metre Hurdles Lloyd Takeya- su. Wilson; 2. Kevin Malmberg, Hamil- ar.d Hominuke, Paterson 3. Terry Walker, Hamilton. Tin-e ._ 12 6. 440 Yd.- Relay 1. Hamilton, 2. wil- paterson. Time OPEN BOYS 1 Mile 1. Stan Schmidt. 1 Brian Gedrasik, Harniltcn; 3 Ian Valin, Wilson. Time JUNIOR BOYS Discus 1. Craia Rerch, C.C H.S.; Kim Toncrdi. Wilson; 3. Edv.-ard Distance 107' Tripis Jump 1. Theo DeC-root, Irrniar.'.ial t. Gary Taka- Hashi, 3. Dwain Pat- err-o-t. Distance 31' Put 1 Harvie Foils. Ham- I'on: 5. Craig Reich, C C.H.S.; 3. Kim Tinordi. Distance 6V ,_ New Record. High Jump 1. Harvi? Pocza, Ham- ilton; 7 D'.v3inc Lowe, Paterson; 3. ingarfield. C.C.H.S. Height V MPW Vi Metre Hurdles Brvan wiili- 2. Hem- .1 C.C.H.S. Lonq Jump 1. 'Harvie Peers- Ham- i'fon-'! r.lusar, Brsnt Hanns. C.C.H.S. Distance 16' 5" Record 100 YD. Harvis Pccra. Ham- iitcn. 2. Pat A.'.c.Cunc. V.'ilson; Darryl 1 ancridqe, Hsniltcn. Tirr.e :50 Yd. 1. Pat A'cCune, 2. Larry Albush, Paterscn; Brvan Paterson. Time ?7.c. SEO Yd. Pinal Kim 1- Bryan Litchfield, Hamil- lon: David Creighton. Parerscn. Tir'e MO Yd. Relay Hamilton, 7. 2. Fatcrson. Tim? 52.3. Relay 1. Hamilton, 2. Wilson, 3. C.C.H S. Time 52.3. MIDGET BOYS Hioli Jump I Oi: Jan Hamilton: 2. Allan Sf. .Vary's; 3. Strinohsm. Pa'e'scn. Height 1 Archie Kwan, V.'ilscrr Michael Paterson. Record IN' 120 Yd. Dash 1 Ivanc Fraulin, St. Mary's; 2. Meal Povey. Watson; 3 David Rae, New Record 23.0 560 Yd. Dash 1 Rctsnd V.o, 5'. Mary's; 2. Keith Iwassen, Ham- ilton; 3. Chris Kotkas. Watson. Dis- tance 2.34' 100 Yd. Final i. Povey.. Waf- pon.- 1. David Rae, Wilson; 3. Iveno Fraulin, St. New Record 12 3. Shot Put 1. Lsnny Tron, V.'il- 2. Ivano Frauiin, St Mary's; -1 Pavid Wilson, New P.ecord Tri3le Jump Ch'.i Jane, i-'smiiioi: 2. Alvin Valin, Wilscn; 3. Bob Odrev. Watson. Distance 30' Lcnq Jump 1 lyano Fraulin, St. 'Vary's: 7. Nea! Pgvey, Watson: .3. Alvin Vfll'n, Wilscn. Nev.' Record 15' 80 Metre Hurdles 1. TaVeya i su, Wilson: 2. 'Aright, Paterton; 3. David Rae, Wilson. New Record Relay 'i. Wilson. 2. St., Mary's; 3, Watson. New Record 55.5. OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Football League will de- cide today whether Toronto have a second franchise in the Eastern Football Conference next season. The matter of the second franchise for Toronto will head the agenda as the CFL owners and the league's executive body gets together for the first time since the semi-annual meeting I began Tuesday. Until now most of the action has taken place between the general-managers of the nine CFL clubs, as they developed a SENIOR GIRLS High Jump Martha Koplar, C C.H.S.; 2. Kim Ellison, Hamilton; 3. Carol May, Wilson. Height i' Long Jump 1. Myrna Allert, Pat- erson; 2. Sherry Groves, Hamilton; 3. Pat Young, Hamilton. New Record 16' Discus 1. HoHy Maguire, Hamil- ton; 2 Teressa Griffin, Paterson; 3. Debbie Anderson. Wilson. Distance j 440 Yd. Final I. Myrna Allert, Paterson; 2. Rosanna Saccornoni, i C C H S.; 3 Marina Kaplan, C.C.H.S. Time I Shot Put 1. Debbie V.'akelin, Ham- j ilton; 2. Martha Kaplan. C.C.H.S 3. I Hclly Pcch, Wilron. Distance 25' i 103 Yd. Final AAyrna Allert, Paterson; 2. Wenov Robinson, Hamil- ton; 3 Rosanna Saccsmani. C.C.H.S. Time 220 Yd. Final _ i Myrna Allerf, Paterson; 2. Rcsanna Saccomani, C C H S 3 Jocslyn Beaudin, C.C.H.S. Time 23.3. EO Meter Hurdles 1. Leah Brown, Hamilton; 2. Jscelyn Beaudin, C.C.H.S.; 3. Janic? Stanley, C C.H.S. Tim-? 15-'1. 440 Yd. Relay 1. Hamilton, 2. C C.H.S., 3. Palerscn, Time 55.6. JUNIOR GIRLS SO Meter Hurdles 1. Lou Aitche- scn, Wilscn; 2. Yclayne Jane, Hamil- ton; 3 Tracy Fairbanks, Paterson. Time 1.1.6. Long Jump 1. Svivanna Saccom- ani, C.C.H.S.; 2. Kirchenman, Pater-cn; 3. Lori Aitchison. Wiison Distance U' i High Jump i Tracy Fairtankr-, Peterson: 2. Ycleyrc1 Jang, Hamilton; 3. Gail Thompson. Hamilton. Distance Tied C Shot Put 1. Sherry Gardia, Wil- son; 2. Lorraine, Daw. Wilson; 3 De- nise Twa, Paterscr. Nsw Record 27' 440 Yd. Final Sacco- mgni, C.C.H.5.. ThonipEon. Hamilton; 3 Cheryi Pst- Discus i Cindy Doi'sh-nkc- C.C.H.S.: 7. Deru Patericn, 1 Cindy Ander-7-on- Wilson. New P.ecord 83' 1 C1. 2JO Yd. Svlvsnna mani, C.C.H.S.; Lori Aitcncsen, son; 3 Denise Patersen, Tims 100 Yd. Final 1. Syveona Sacco- mani, C.C.H.S.; 2, Lisa Prosk, Hamil- ton; 3 Susan BrooKs, Paterson. Time -13.0. Relay 1 Hamilton. 2, Paterson 3. C.C.H.S. Time 5; J MIDGET GIRLS Long Jump 1. Sevan '.'.'st- c-on; 2. Lori Guilage, Wilson; 3. Loca- les Drader, St. Mary's Distance 13' Shot i. Debbie Szabo, Watson; 7. Keilv Walter, v.'atson; 3. Sionip.' J. Christian, Distance Hinh Jump--i V'.'ell-, pat- 7 Tcrera Visser. Hamilton; set of proposals for ratification by the owners at today's meet- ing, and wrestled with the tough chore of agreeing on a schedule for the 1974 season. Wednesday afternoon repre- sentatives of the four-team EFC and the five-team Western Foot- ball Conference met separately to deal with routine matters pertaining to the autonomy of each conference. Today the owners will review an application for a second To- ronto franchise made by Maple Leaf Gardens Inc., but neither vice-president Bill Ballard of the Gardens, nor any of his rep- resentativeS; will make an ap- pearance at the meeting. Toronto Argonauts already have exclusive CFL rights in that particular area and in the light of this Gaudaur was asked if he thought the Gardens appli- cation "frivolous." "If someone is prepared to Roundup of bowling CAPRI BOWL TUESDAY AFTERNOOH Dena Smith 391 Jen Hegi 309 Maria Jokulv 259; Sandra Crop- ley 253; Joyce Seiersen 249 Pat Plomp 245; Joyce Marsden 248; Ruth Coppietters 263; Janet Koole 240; Myra Malcomson 233; Elsie Brown 234 TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED Edith Voth 276 Shirley Boyd 245; Marlene Bosch 231; Marlies Moch 275; Isabel Orsten 261; Eileen Barton 287 Loretta Ksivnik 240; Tami Wakelen 247; Juaniti Lin- gard 235; Hattie Hammond 230. WEDNESDAY MORNING Adele Pizzingrilli 253, Pat Plomp 247 Peggy Forry 758, Treva Sob'uliak 234, Joyce Filan 238, Erma McGuire 246 Pat Ruston 273, Linda Aspeslet 236, Diane Parascak 256, Dorothy Sorensen 236. send a certified cheque for 000 along with their application I'd be inclined to express an opinion that they were not being Gaudaur said. If the application is rejected, most of the will be re- turned. But frivolous or not, the Bal- lard application appeared to have little chance of getting off the ground. It would take ap- proval by all four. EFC clubs and three of the WFC teams for the bid to be successful. And since the existing team holds veto power because of its exclusive rights in Toronto, h seems unlikely Argonauts presi- dent John Bassett would vote in favor of the new bid. Asked why no representative of the new group had been in- vited to the meeting, Gaudaur said this was not unusual. it was a place where there was no franchise then the appli- cant would have been he said. "If the league decides to proceed with the application (beyond the initial then it would be in order to have some- one representing it appear." Old Shari Hamiiton, A. atson. Tied 440 Yd. Final 1. Tammy Garret, Hamilton; 2. Sandra Bevan, Watson; 3. Glenda Phillip, Watson. Time 8. 2.30.Yd. Final 1. Cindy Tysseland, Watson; 2. Tammy Garret, Harnil- tcn; 3. Kelly Klc.vansky Watson. Time 10J Yd. Final 1. Crystal Miya- i shiro. Hamilton; 2 Joan Pavan, St. i 3. Thompson, Pater- i son. Tiod Record 13.0. Discus 1. Bev Jackson, St. Mary's; I 2. Lindzy Spackrnan, Watson; 3. Men- I ique Petit. Wilson. Distance 77.' 1" 80 Meter Hurdles 1. Crystal Mi- yashiro, Hamilton; 2. Kelly Walker V.'atson: 3. Veil Krywsnis, V.'ilssn. Reccrd 15.7. Relsy 1. 7. W.V.-on i 5. Hamii'cn. Time 57.6. I OPEN 380 Yd. o Ariderson, 7. Arlene Stringham, 3. Hamilton. Time MACHIN CD 175 For the young al he.ari, here's a great new Honda the CD175-T4... a rugged. !igh! sports-tourer with firecracker gel- -up-and-go! Totally new styling, with Honda's famous, smoke-free engine and, we believe. the best warranties in the business! It's bsautifuiiy packaged at an amazingly affordable price. And. remember, when you buy Honda, there's nearby parts and service wherever you go! See it at your Honda dealer, now! Yes! Vou can handle a Hon DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. H LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE CHARGEX SALES SERVICE 7117 2nd Ave. S. 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