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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Stpttmlm 4, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD f Case Appears To Be Over As Judge Rules Self-Defence Ted Green Found Not Guilty Of Assault THEY MUST LIKE WHAT THEY SEE Scotty Munro, left, and Sid Hall are all smiles as they look in.on a Sugar King practice Thursday evening. Munro, coach of the Calgary Centennials who having a working agreement with the Kings, took in two shifts of the camp Thursday and apparently liked what he saw. Kings will continue to work-out at Adams. Trail U.S. By One Gold Medal Russians Making Bid TURIN, Italy (AP) With two world records already i n tho books, the track and field events continued to dominate the World University Games today. As the Games neared their end on Sunday afternoon, the Soviet Union nearly caught up with the United States in the team standings, rolling up 18 gold medals to 19 for the U.S. Canada has one bronze. The Americans, however, are expected to pass tta 20 mark today with at least a couple of golds in the six track and field events on tap. The Soviets failed to line up top conipetitors in of today's six finals. European competitors, mainly from Eastern Europe, are ex- pected to triumph in the men's hammer throw, in the men's broad jimp and in the women's 400 metres. Interest in the track and field has grown after two out- Etanding performances on Thursday. Wolfgang Nordwig, the East German wno grabbed the world pole vault .record from the Americans earlier this year, broke his own world rec- ord Thursday with 17 feet 11 inches. In the women's events, Heide Rosendbal of West Germany survived a brief crisis after her first jump to break the world Cowboys Cut Second Choice DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Dallas Cowboys have announced flje release of nine rookies on waiv- ers, including Zenon Andrusy- shyn of OakvUle, Ont., the Na- tional Football League club's second-round draft choice. Andrusyshyn, a soccer-style kicker, starred at University of Southern California at Lns An- ;eles.. Placed on the injured list was Margene Adkins, a wide re- ceiver who played last season with Ottawa Rough Riders of the Eastern Football Confer- Lethbridge Sash and Door PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WINDSHIELDS INSULATED SEALED PICTURE WINDOWS FLEXIGLAS MIRRORS GLASS ALL TYPES ALUMINUM STORE FRONTS ALUfAnVUM DOORS AND WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD WINDOWS ARISTOCRAT WOOD CUPBOARDS and CABINETS ALUMINUM SIDING and AWNINGS GARAGE DOORS and HARDWARE BLACKBOARDS and TACKBOARDS HARDWOOD and SOFTWOOD LUMBER PLYWOODS LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4th S. 327-1511 long jump record with 22 feet 5% inches. There wers- no other gold medals besides the track and field titles. The men's and women's volleyball tournaments and the men's basketball tour- nament, all ending on Saturday, were moving through their final rounds. The East Germans won three gold medals Thursday in track and field. Besides the pole vault, the East Germans also won the men's shotput and file women's discus. The Soviets won the pentathlon, the men's beam sabre and the women's tennis singles. Japan took the two golds in the men's gymnastics, while West Germany, Italy, Poland and Prance each won a gold medal. In basketball, Canada de- 'eated Hungary 77-75 in the nen's consolation round for hen- third straight victory. Hungary cut Canada's lead to one point at 6M8 with four min- utes to go. Play see-sawed back and orth and then Ron Thorsen of Prince George, B.C., drove for a basket and Derek Sankey of Vancouver sank two foul shots and that margin held up. Moto-Cross Event Set For Sunday The Lethbridge Motorcycle Club will sponsor a Canadian Motorcycle Association sanc- tioned moto-eross Sunday af- ternoon. Over 30 events will be run off in the one-day affair set for the club's grounds just north of the city on 13th Street. Trophies will be awarded in each class. Officials of the ntect are ex- jecting belter than 100 riders 'rom various parts of Canada o take part. The race meet is billed as .be Alberta-Montana challenge and locals are hopeful of a argo American entry as well as Canadian. The meet will get under way it one o'clock following prac- :ice runs beginning at 11 a.m. All riders competing will be iigned in by one o'clock and all 'iders will be wearing protcc- equipment for the meet. OTTAWA (CP) Hockey1 blinding speed and the instinc- tive actions of Its players mak it most difficult to prov charges of common assau] arising from games, Provincia Court Judge M. J. Fitzpatric declared Thursday. The Cornwall, Ont., jurist als said that hockey players con sent to a number of attacks on the ice that elsewhere could b considered assaults leading t criminal charges. He made the statements In finding defenceman Ted Green of Boston Bruins not guilty o common assault arising from a vicious stick duel with winger Wayns Maki of St. Louis Blues in a National Hockey Lsague exhibition game here Sept. 21 1969. Judge Fitzpatrick said he found Green was only defending himself against Maki. Green suffered a skull frac ture in ths clash that nearl cost him his life and his hocke; career. He missed all of tli 1969-70 season because of the in jury- Court officials say it is th first time that a professiona Six Teams Involved At Vulcan Six teams are entered in the chase for top prize money in the Legion sponsored Vulcan eraor baseball tournament set for this weekend. A total of is up for grabs in the event with first place worth Vulcan Giants will .be the host club and will compete with Lethbridge Miners and Crighton Cubs, Drumheller Miners, Irracana, a team from northern Alberta and Enchant, Red Sox. The double-knockout tourney is set to get under way Satur- day morning at rath the Lethbridge Miners meeting En- chant. Saturday's second game will see host Giants tangle with Ir- racana at one o'clock while Lethbridge Cubs meet Drum- heller at Tournament officials are hopeful of a good turnout with admission set at for a day pass or for adults. Anyone 14 and under will be admitted free of charge. As the officials pointed out It is our hope to younger people out games." get to common assault arising from a game. There have been more serious charges, however, ol manslaughter and assault contest. Judge Fitzpatrick it clear that his comments on proving common vicious attacks" that could lead to serious injuries. In an earlier trial, Maki was also found not guilty of assault Club Titles At In the V-S Sportsman class, a new class that has proven successful this year, Tom Ayer-hart has little breathing room in the chase for top honors. Ayerhart has 94 points to his credit but directly behind him is Len Vaselenak with 8514 while Lawrence Bailey, who missed a good portion of the early season, is third with 74. The real battle is In the C class division, George Androkovich holds the lead, a slim one point. Androkovich has 51% points while George Harrington has If that isn't enough third place belongs to Rudy Enns with 46 Vz points and Enns is driving his best lick of late. Last Sunday Enns won the Alberta Modified Racing Association C class championship as a tune-up for the club finals. The up to date standings follow: 'B" CLASS DRIVER CAR PtI. 1 LJndy Smith 138 Last Tii Sunday the curtain will come down on another successful season of stock car racing at Exhibition Track. The Southern Alberta Auto Racers will put the finishing touches on the 1970 season with their club championships. Sunday's final meet gets un-.der way with time trials at and racing at Heading into the final For lion only Lindy Smith In B class has a lead that could be described comfortable. Smith has had an outstand ing season and to date has chalked up 138 points. The clos est driver to him is Jack Tif fen, who after a quick star early in the year has settle< down. Tiffen has accumulatec 86V4 points. Third place belongs to Tom Dowdell with Generals As Chan The M and K Generals are the new reigning Commercial Men's Fastball League champions after defeating the Contractors in three straight games. In their first meeting the Generals gained a 4-1 victory over the Contractors and followed this with a convincing win the following evening. Last night the Generals didn't have to complete the full seven innings as the Contractors disputed a play to harshly; as a result two players were ejected from the ?ame. All tills occurred in the 'ifth inning with the Generals leading '2-1 at the time. Dennis Allen pounded a line drive to the Contractor's Reign tipions teammate Billy Persley chip ped in with a double. Don Deitzen managed a double and Ron Zasadny a single in a losing cause. For the Generals' efforts during the season they picked up the Schwartz Real Estate trophy for the league championship and the Kimuras trophy for the league Tom Dowdell 1 4 Russ Henderson 7 IVi Jack Roterls 0 V 8 SPORTSMAN 1 Tom Ayerhart1 4 4 2 Len Vaselenak 5 514 3 Lawrence Bailey 4 4 Wayne Bailey 5 Dick Gesinghaui 99 Hi 6 George Mercer 15 34 7 Ralph Oertli 95 am "C" CLASS 1 George Androkovich 10 jltt 3 George Barrlngton ___ 74 5D3.i 3 Rudy Enns 9 JfiVi 4 Vern Wakefield 23 43 5 Lamar Navratil 22 40V% 6 Dale Sklba 63 3IV< 7 Slan Praskach 12 3M4 8 John Androkovich 55 Frozen GLENBROOK, Nev. (AP) Gene Dick It 2QW after catching -the ball in the air let it hit the ground. Allen continued to first base and um- pire Al Willis ruled it as a afety, resulting in the hotly lisputed call. Richard Dietzen at this time was ejected from the game and vas followed by Wayne Nesbitt, eaving the Contractors with one man short in completing quad. In the fire inning contest Den- nis Allen allowed only two hits charged against him and struck out seven, to be credited with he win. Ron Zasadny who started his bird straight game for the Con- ractors suffered the loss. For the Generals Lloyd Yam- agishi stroked a triple while The contract impasse between quarterback Joe Kapp and Min- nesota Vikings is "frozen about as tight as It can be at the mo- the National Football League player's lawyer said Thursday. John Elliott Cook spoke from Ms home here. At the same time, Kapp was reportedly in Vancouver, where he played in Canadian professional football before joining the Vikings 1967. causing bodily harm. Judge Ed- ward Carter found that Maki also was acting in self-defence. Judge Fitzpatrick said that neither Green nor Maki would have had criminal charges laid against them but for the blow that felled Green. Up to that point, he said, their duel was similar to thousands of rink bat- tles. He found that Maki had been guilty of two infractions against Green as the two players col- iidcd violently behind the Bos- ton net in a fight for control of a loose puck. MAKI HELD GREEN Judge Fitzpatrick said he was satisfied thai the St. Louis winger held Green by tha sweater, preventing him from skating back into position to front of goalie Gerry Cheevers. He said tliis led to Green ei- ther punching or shoving Maki in the face with his blow that constituted part of common assault charge. Maki then committed one of the worst fouls in hockey by spearing Green in the area of the testicles, the judge said. In return, he said, Green had administered "a half chop" with his stick to Maki's shoulder as a warning not to do it again. The stick swipe by Green was the other blow that the Crown alleged was an assault on Maki by the Boston defenceman. "in his judgment, delivered from the bench, Judge Fitipa- trick said Maki had delivered the most vicious blows in tha battle that prompted a crack- down on rough play in the NHL. The judge said he found game referee Ken Bodendistel, while inexperienced in NHL competi- tion, alert and competent. There had been some criticism of tha Guelph, Ont., referee at the trial. Green's only comment was: "I'm only glad it's over it last." JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimatei Phont JACK FULLER 328-2515 FREE WHEEL PACK (PARTS EXTRA) WITH EACH FALL TUNE-UP 10 Days Only! Sept. 8th to 19th! Your Appointment Today With El Rancho Service 6th Ave., M.M. Drive Phone 327-5404 COME IN and SEE THE Planning Estimates Turnkey Jobs D. R. (Don) Thurlew Purchasing Economical Maintenance Free Fast Erection PHONE 327-3165 P.O. Box 1202 Construction Division Of COUTTS HIGHWAY ;