Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD November Drug breakthrough Bannister says yes LONDON British scientists claimed Wednesday to have found a way to detect anabolic steroids-the Calcabrini SAN Italy Eho Calcabrini of Italy scored a controversial 15-round deci- sion over Bunny Sterling of Britain Wednesday night and won the vacant European middleweight boxing cham- pionship. The title had become vacant recently when the Jean-Claude Bouttier of lost to world cham- pnon Carlos Monzon of Argen- tina. used to build athletes' bodies. Dr. Roger chair- man of the British Sports wins title The decision was with a sixth-round warning against Sterling by French referee Paul Tallayrch weighing heavily on the result. a 25-year-old born in was first warned unofficially for hitting Calca- brini after Tallayrch had call- ed for the fighters to break. When Sterling did it the warning became official. announced the dis- covery at a news conference and said steroids be under by the Montreal Olympics in 1976. Until now it has been impos- sible to trace the use of ana- bolic steroids through dope tests. A research group at St. Thomas' Hospital medical school in led by Prof. Raymond claimed to have nude the breakthrough after three years of study. But Brooks and Bannister declined to say how much time might elapse before anabolic steroids became im- possible to even under the new system. are varying degrees of Brooks said. length of time for detec- tion between the taking of steroids and competition by an athlete depends on a lot of medical IOC APPRISED the man who first broke the four-minute mile barrier in said the sports council plans to send details of the discovery to the International Olympic Com- mittee the inter- national sports federations and national sports bodies. will be totally foolish for any athlete to think that be- cause of our reluctance to dis- cuss detection after a time lag that he would get away with Bannister said. the international sports bodies are fully ac- quainted with the new detec- tion steroids taking will disappear. way to frighten the athlete would be to have snap checks without warning at periodic not only when an athlete is competing but also during his training.'' 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Bassett Sr. went on record this week as saying Toronto Argonauts would not exercise their contractual right to ex- clusive use of CNE Stadium for pro football in the event the proposed World Football League gets going and tts Toronto franchise applies for dates He's chairman of the Cana- dian Football League team's board through Baton owner of the Argos John president of Toronto Toros of the World Hockey Association will be chairman of the new WFL team and Herb a Toronto its president. Both are Argo directors. no way I'd prevent my son's team playing Bassett Sr. adding that it would be a different matter if his son wasn't involved with the new team. The Toros WFL group is in- volved in building a new arena-stadium project but so far the scheme has not made any progress m that direction The WFL is to begin operations in 1974. SURE 'IT'LL GO1 no doubt in my mind it'll the Argo presi- dent said. He campaigned un- successfully in recent years for the CFL to take in United States teams to strengthen the league financially He contended that if such idealists as Robert who wanted a CFL team bas- ed in New York's Yankee were turned down they would form a third professional league. are serious Bassett Sr with stadiums and willing to spend. Mileti in Cleveland already has made-a profit taking in partners. My son had an offer of for his group's Bassett Jr. said WHA organizer Gary who resigned as president of the hockey league to absorb himself with the is working his way through 31 applications for WFL franchises. The applicants are from 18 including Tokyo and Mexico City and one from Vancouver He said his own arena- stadium plans have been narrowed down to four sites within 20 miles of city two within the Metropolitan Toronto boundaries. Coutts elected president Thelma Coutts was recently elected as president of the Henderson Women's Golf League for the 1973-74 season During her one-year term Mrs Coutts will head a 14- woman executive which will handle all the business affairs of the league. Joining Coutts on the board of executives include Rita vice Bev Audrey Scott and Kay Marj cap- Irene Marcinko and Mildred Joan Morgan and Thea de Jeanette Scotter and Kay and Joan Boulton and Alice handicaps Meanwhile trophy winners for the 1972-73 season were an- nounced at a recent year-end function Jeanette Scotter was honored as the club champion and also earned the Seemans Jewellery trophy for the top low net score for the year. Carol Andreachuk carted home an award for being the silver division winners while Thelma Coutts walked away with the Eleanor Whitelaw trophy for being the most im- proved golfer. Other trophies went to Joan A Cup Marj B Cup Audrey C Cup and Bev high handicap trophy Scott's trophy was donated by CHEC Radio while Probe's silverware was donated by Robot Car Wash. Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Kay Holte Gunnar Holte 235. Jean Thomson Gladys McGinnis Stan Fraser Henry Bechthold Roy Agar Ed Linn Bill Kregosky Chris Cameron Adam Fettlg 165 SENIOR CITIZENS Matt Bernhart 340 Bert Madlll Vaughan Tennant 280 Arvid Ben Evanson Bud Maloney Ruby Oseon 263. Betty Murtland Veima Miller Grace Madlll Chris Maloney Maggie Oliver 233 KNIOHTS OF COLUMBUS Shirley Warner 270 Dot OHhaski 274 Wilma Valer 286. Carol Hall 264 Kaye Bathgate John Rosentelt 296. Wlnton Brooks Its Tariaka 265 Morgan Sparks 256 Ron Anayal 243 HIOA'S LADIES Dot Anderson 264 Barb Scattergood 288 Peggie Voort Marge Clarke Ros Atkinson Edith Voth 252 Kae Mann Anette Neville Jenny Feher Shirley Boyd Marlene Bosch 270 PREBUILT SOCIAL Darlene Horhozer 266 Katie Noack Karl Noack Brad Elder 260. Barb Brown Ernanuel Senile Tim Burk 213. Bob Thompson Jim Fletcher Naida Low 231 Short sport KILLY MARRIED Skier Jean-Claude has married film actress Daniele it was learned Wednesday. The civil ceremony took place Friday in this village at the French- Swiss border. now a won three gold medals in the 1968 Winter Olympics at Grenoble. LOVES SIGN CASALS DETROIT Out- spoken tennis star Rosemary Casals signed a contract Wednesday with Detroit the Detroit franchise of the World Team Tennis League. Miss joins such top players as Billie Jean John Margaret Court.