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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE ItTHBRIDGe HtRAlO Sntmday, Stfilember 1, 1972- r" Beverly Boys fails to make cut Shane Gould owns three world records the By BKUCE inailian Press Sports Editor MUNICH (CP) They hand a new prize for women's imming at the 1972 Olympic imes-thc Gould medal. It s strictly reserved for Australian girls who 'pitz suffers world records. Shane r Jould owns three of them. L collected the third Friday n night, settling a couple of old scores in the process. i The silver medallist was SMr- 1 ev Babashov, another 15-year- 1 old from California who had 1 jorrowed one of Shane's world a month ago and fin- 2 hed ahead of her In the 100 t letre freestyle this week. 1 Miss Gould reversed the plac- i ngs in the 200-metre freestyle t Yiday and took her record ack, swimming the distance in 1 wo minutes 3.56 seconds com- i >ared with Shirley's mark of t es senii-f ind Bob Kasting of Lethbridge, .Ha., were second and third in le heat won by American erry Heidenreich in 52.38 and ualilied. Bruce Robertson oi 'i ffl JU11 fJi'jjjti 1 anada rmed 1, Toronto, and Magdy Conycf, Van-uver, eliminated In first round. EQUESTRIAN Three-day event: .Vm Henry, Toron-, 33nd; Wendy Irving, ue., of 4i finishing compel-on: Canada, ellmlnaled from learn ent. YACHTING Finn: John Clarke, Toronfo, placec ghlh of 35 In fourth race, 23rd Flying Dutchman: Peter Byrne and )on Andrew, Vancouver, lOJh of 29 n urth race, 11th Tempeit: Ted Haliw, OakvlHe, Ont., nd Larry Scott, Hamilton, I-lth of 21 n fourth race, 13th, over-all. Star: Ian Bruce end Peter onrreaU won fourth face, nlnlh of over- all. Soling: David Mtfier, John Eke s nd Paul Cote, Vancouver, third of In fourth race, second over-all. Dragon: Allan Leibel, Nell Gunn nd Frank Hall, Toronlo, 10th of 23 In urlh rece, third The American and her i lird-place team-mate, Keena tht iothammer, aLso got under the ormer mark but Shane left tht liem behind. Ao Hick Demont salvaged a vie- sw ory for the U.S. team in the rever-all. Cosed fours; Robert Cunliffe, Victoria, Roger Jackson, Ot--awa, Edgar Smith, Comox, 3.C., James Walker, Hamilton, and cox Michael Conway, Vancouver, sixth in consolation, 12th over-all. Ccwless fours: Donald Cur-they, Vancouver, Ian Gordon, tichinond, B.C., Karel Jonker, 3urnaby, B.C., and Gregory Rokosh, Toronto, third in con. solation race, ninth ond in 52.46. was third-fastest a qualifier. 1 The Canadian team advanced 1 .wo swimmers to the semi-fi- nals. Brian Phillips of Winnipeg r L I i How C V- SWIMMING Women's 200-vnetre freestyle: Met-T Iy Stratten, Toronto, fourth In heat, eliminated; Mary Beth Rondeau, Vancouver, fourth in heat, eliminated; Karen UGresley, Toronto, sixth n heat, eliminated. W o m n 's ICO-mefre backstroke: Wendy Cook, Vancouver, lourHi in semi-Una) qualified; Donna Marie Gurr, Vancouver, (Iflh In seml-fina eliminated. irV o m e n 's 100-melre backstroke: Wendy Cook, Vancouver, woo heat, qualfled; Donna Marie Gurr, Vancouver, won heat, qualified; Calhy Raf-lery, Montreal, ith In heat, failed to qualify. Women's 100-mefre backstroke: Sylvia Docherill, Vancouver, fifth In heat, elimfnated; Jane Wright, Toronto, sixth In heat, eliminated. Men's 400 metre freestyle: Ralph HuMon, Ocean Falls, B.C., third in heat, eliminated; Ron JacV.5, Vancouver, fourlh [i heat, eliminated; Bruce Rsicrliwi, Vancouver, fifth In heat, eliminated. TRACK AND FIELD Women's 800-meIres: Abby Hoffman, Toronto, third 1n semi-final qua -if fed, Men's discuss- Ain Roost, Toionlo, eliminated In preliminary round. Pale vaulf: Bruce Simpson, Montreal, qualified for Final. Pole vault: Ktrk Bryde, j CALGARY (CP) Raca i Time: 1-5. j Blue Bonus, Bonnfe Brier Mag c, Jemallon, Sweet Uy6ndbye, Johnny's oney also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4-year-olds ar.d up, i m Ie and Moorgate {Sanchez) 5.10 2.80 2.50; i Natural Power 3.00 270; Celtic Plot (Norrls) 4.W. J Time: 1-5. Out On Rehl BehF, Sure Speed, i Flag R tad ion, Hewlnsum also ran. QUINELLA: J7.SO. Light heavyweight: Terry Farns-worfh, eliminated after four marches. CYCLING Spring: Edward McRae, Vancouver lost second-round heat, lost repechage eliminated, Sprint: Edward McRae, Vancouver second In preliminary heat, won re peonage heat, qualified. ROWING Coxed pairs: Trevor Josephson Cranbrook, B.C.-. Michael Neary, Vic toria, and Glenn Batters by, Delta B.C., cox, third In consofalltm race ninth overall. Coxed fours: Robert Cunliffe, Vic Torla; Roger Olfawa; Edga Smith, Comox, B.C.: James Walker Hamilton and Michael Van couver, cox, In consolation race I2lh over-all. Coxless fours: Donald Curphey, claiming, 2-yeflr-olds, S furlongs. Red Power (McCauley) 7.10; Scaina S, Fleet (Norrls) 2.80 3.10; Honest To Goodness (Hedqe) 2.10. Tiine: UOJ 1-5. fAr. Ted M., Prince Bianco, Son Of Lattium, Sunlime Girl, Windy Sails also ran. SECOND claiming, 3-year-oldi, 7 fur-ongs. Sunwapta (McCauley) 70.10 IBM 9.50; Summer Mint (Rasmussen) -UO Boulindo (Kaynes) 5.80. Time; 2-5. Abie Bird, Hula Mih, Touch, Count Dirk, Polished Point also ran. DAILY DOUBLE. THIRD J1.500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Beauco (Inda) 1810 S.iO; Jake The Rake (Sanchez) 7.40; medal standings Cold Silver Bronze Russfa 19 12 T> U.S '.J 14 1 E. Germany 10 3 McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. Rokcah, Toronlo, third I consolation race, ninth over-all. Skeet: Bruno Da Costa, VegrevJI e Alfa., tied for 19th affer second round Don Santferlln, Toronto, tied for 41 h Field A6 SHOOTING Rapid ftre pistol: Jules Sobrlan, Om e.Tiee, Ont., 27th In final; William Hare, Renfrew, Ont., 4lst. Field 65. FENCING Men 'i team foil: Herbert Ohst, Mon treat; Lester Wong and Gerry 2-5. Royal De.if, Esprir Dec, Cheat The Bull, Terry's Speed also ran. QUINELLA: SiJ.10. Track Scratch Earl Of Richmond. FOURTH S1.5M, claiming, and up, 7 furiorms. Nr Acceptlon (Rasmussen) 3.80 7.70 2.40 Same Affair (Starfnylc) 3.10 2.60; Ferment {Combs) 3.30, Time: 1-5. Kiiam, Jellico, Johnny Red, Sharon's Cheno, Hnla Fire also ran. FIFTH J1.500, claiming, 4-year-oIdi a-d up 7 furlongs. Precious Argent (Kipling) 8.10 4.0C 3.CO; Blessed Hour (Haynes) 7.W 4.1D Indian Lake (Wiseman) 5.90. Time: 1-5. Anita D., El Cresso, Inn Acapulco Gold, Texas Beau also ran EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds Terleckl (6) Nelbaur [a) and Baleman; Freeman (1-0) and Casano- a. HRi: Phila-Lls (4) Alia -Baker Evans Breaieale FIRST L01 Angeles 004 100 1 DO! 000 JOX- 5 4 Sulton (14-9) and Cannlizaroi Wise t-OJIs 100 000 1 4 1 Downing (9-6) and Yeager; S8n1w Fnl (6-9) Segul and Jutre. Montreal ooo 000 ooo 0 5 Cincinnati 000 000 000 M01-I 1 SlofMiman and Humphrey Grlrr.slay, Carroll (6-4) (10) and Plum New York 600 000 A t Houston .....000003 8 10 Seaver (16-10) FrEsella (7) Kocttman 81 and Dyer; Roberts (11-i) 7 59 .532 AS 58 .573 '3 67 .44J >S 70 .400 53 .573 69 .506 64 .4 M 68 ,456 77 ,36? IVi FRIDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 000 000 4 1 Hew Yflrk 010011 4 11 I Lemonds (3-5) Fisher (4) Gossaga C5) Frailing Drsbowiky (7) Keal- (8) end Herrmann j StoHlemyri (13-15) and Kansas City 000 000 7 Boston......0001W f 1 Drago (10-15) Wlurpry (4) Aber- nathy (8) and Klrkpatrkfc; PatHrt [14-121 and FISK. Cfeveland 000 MO 4 f 1 Minnesota .010 101 000 3 I Kilkenny (t) Hennlgan (8) Mlngori (0-5) [11, Farmer (10) and Fosse; Laftoctia (3-5) (10) MMwauVee 000 000 I Texas ooo ooo o 3 a Colborni (7-J> and Rodriguez; Gogo- [3-8) Plna (9) end Fancy. Detroit 000 010 1 I I Oakland .....003 do 4 5 fl Colcman Zathary (7) and Ffechan; Hollzman (15-11> Flngws ti) nnd Tcnace. HR: Baltimore 000 000 I I Can'tornla 001 000 2 3 1 McNally O3-13) and Elchebsrren; Wright {1-'8L Alfen (8) and Hialh. HR: Cal-Stankn Canadian men were shut out TORONTO TCP) Canadian women and juniors won hut Ca- nadian men were shut out in the annual international table tennis matches against tha Unifed Stales Friday at the Ca- nadian National Exhibition. The women won 3-0 while the juniors edged the Americans 4- 3. Tne U.S. men won, for the 25th tirne in the 28 years tha competition has been staged, with a 6-0 whitewash- Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length a in. dia., and 70 ft. length! 00LLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGEflS MOVF IT fASTER AND EASIER. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE SALES A SERVICE 407 HOM lETHBftlDGE BOW ISLAND ;