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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD TuoKfay, Septtnilwr 12, 1972 Phil Tollestrup was impressed ivitii Munich facilities ic teams will need more money The Canadian government will have to spend a great deal )nore money than it has in the past if there is to be any great improvement in Hie Olympic standing of Canadian athletes. That's (he opinion of Phil Tollestrup, a 22 year old Uni- versity of Lclhuridgc student who recently returned from pre-Olympic basketball (rials in Augsburg, Germany. Tollestrup, a student in tlie faculty of education and a member of the U of L. basket- ball loam, the Pronghorns, was one of the two athletes in Al- berta picked lo jotn the basket- ball team representing Canada at the pro Olympic tourna- ments held earlier this year. His older brother Tim was the second Alberla basketball player in the pre-Olympic team. The men are ttie sons of Marion and Julia Tollestmp of Ray- mond. Financing and the availabil- ity of money for Canada's ath- letes is a major factor deter- mining their showing in I li e Olympic competitions this sum- mer, Tollestrup believes. While in Germany in August, participating in the pre-Olynv pic games lo determine which learns would go to the basket- ball finals, Tollestrup toured the Olympic Village in Mun- ich and was doubly impressed by the facilities and by the fine organization behind the 1972 Summer Olympics. Tollestmp says (hat potential athletes are often not given enough support and encourage- ment in school systems and thus never attain the fine lev- els of performance they should. "Canada might see the light concerning Olympic spending In a few says Phil. "We will.be hosting the 1976 Olym- pics and will have to spend a lot of money and get a lot of people involved to make it a "An athletic program, wheth- er at the high school or uni- versity level, is a good way to get the public actively involved with an educational said Tollestrup. Tollestrup obtained his Ugh school education in Raymond and has just received lu's B.A. degree from Brigham Young University. A physical educa- tion major, he intends to ob- lain his B.Ed, from the Uni- versity of Lethbridge. Tollestrup's pre Olympic journey began in June, when he along with baskelb a 11 players from all parts of Can- ada went to a camp hi Courtney, B.C. From the play- ers there, a team was chosen to represent Canada, Including the Tollestmp brothers. Before going to the pre-Olym- pic tournament in Augsburg, the Canadian basketball team went to Mexico and loured Italy, playing native teams in botli countries. In the pre-Olympic tourna- ment, (he Canadian team placed Clh, losing the Olympic berths lo Spain and Poland. MORE MONEY NEEDED Phil Tolleslrup got a firsl hand look at one of the problems facing Canada's Olym- pic teams in Munich. The Lelhbricfge baskeiball star .decidsd more money is needed. out the yards TORONTO (CP) Halfback Mack Herron of Winnipeg Blue Bombers is travelling so fast in the Canadian Football League this season that ho stands a chance of joining one of profes- sional football's most exclusive clubs. league statistics released Tuesday show Herron leading the Western Coherence nisliing department with 791 yards in Short sport COURT FAVORS HULL CHICAGO J.70 2.EO; Clean Thinking (Phelan) l.W. Time 1-5. Summer In Rome, Blue Satin, Wild: Rouier, Kahula, Luck also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, -t-year-oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Braren Bully (Kipling) 23.30 fi.lo ?.BO; Sandra's Manic (Norrlsl 2.30; Some Hand [Barroby) 2.70. Time: 3-5. In Again Finnegln, Speeds Beauly, Swift Flutter, also ran. OUINELLA: Track Scratch: paddygoeasy. FOURTH claiming, 4-year-oldj and up, lii miles. Ozark Tuna (Kipling) 8.90 J.JO 3.30; Stumbling Cub (Phelan) 3.00; Ice Alley (Sanchez) 3.00. Time 1-5. choppo, Lollla's Hope, Prerequisite, Bigfilire Bull, Out On Bail also ran. FIFTH S4.530-S5.C05, claiming, 3-year-olds, I miles. Edles Prire (Barroby) 7.90 2.90 2.70; Comptolr (Phelan) 2.60 2.40; Doi The Wei! (Indi) 3.30. Tfme: 3-5. Front Desk, Lunar Chief, Indian Quilt. Cemalion also ran. EXACTOR: SH.10. SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds ar.d up, 11s iles. Oulfot (Sanchei) 11.90 iJO Pebble Hill (HamlH) fi.70 Money Charger {Phelan) 5.10. Time: 1-5. Law Boss, Merry Mulfet, Royal Tanner afso ran. SEVENTH claiming, 3-year-olds and up 7 furlongs. Came] Train (Hedge) 9.90 J.SO, Jclmny N Joe (Phelan) 3.20; Fly Jfiq (floiYis) Time: Ji36 Pall Ss-sion, Golden Compass, Warrior, Iristi Minstrel also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up 1U miles. Rushing Girl 3-i.SO Heir Of Hops [Hedge) ?.M Supsr Quill [Wiseman) 2.70. Time: 3-5. Bomb Striker, Maggie Sei, Nesh OUIUEL'LA: sico.so. American League East pennant gets whackier and whackier. Leading Boston Red Sox, for example, had their lead trimmed to one-half game by losing to Cleveland Indians 6-5 Monday night on a sacrifice fly that turned into a double play. And Baltimore Orioles closed (he gap with a 3-2 victory over Milwaukee Brewers, thanks to a friendly foul pole that turned a potential home run into a oucl strike. Cleveland's winning run against the Red Sox came on a acrifice fly that outfielder Ben Dgilvie dropped and then clev- erly turned into a double play, erasing what would have been an error for the rookie out- 'ielder. Meanwhile, Baltimore Orioles used Boog Powell's first home run in more than three weeks to trip Milwaukee Brewers. The Orioles had a ninth-in- ning scare as pinch hitter Joe crashed a two-out shot into the right field barely foul. The other East contenders plashed through innings )efore the rain took over anc he Yankees won 4-2. The yic- .ory moved New York into .hird place, Vk games behinc Boston. Detroit slipped to 'ourth, two games off tho Red Sox' pace. GAP CLOSING In the West, Chicago White Sox moved to within two games of Oakland by beating Kansas City Royals 2-1 while tho Ath letics were losing a double header to Minnesota Twins, 2-1 and 3-2. Only three National Lcagui games were played Monday night. New York Mets trimmei Philadelphia Phillies and Stcvi Carlton, 4-2, Montreal Expos shut out St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 and Houston Astros topped Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3. Mike Jorge nsen drove in three runs for Montreal as lh' Expos blanked St. Louis on Ba lor Moore's five-hitter am moved into a tie with the Card for fourth place in the East Di vision. Jimmy Wynn hit a triple ti drive in a run and homered fo another run for Houston. The Mots frustrated Carlton hid for a 24th victory, bcatinf Ihe Phillie ace with catche Duffy Dyer pacing the offence Dyer drove in three runs with homer, triple and ground out. Tho Red Sox got home runs by Carl Yastrzemsk, Rcgg Smth, Carlton Fisk and evei relief pitcher Bill Lee. ut up players in their homes until the boys cither made the lub or were cut. "When they made Ihe team liey were put in school and oarding the manager xplaincd, "but not until." 'Our season opens Oct. 1 in Blairmore against the Red De- ils and we don't even know vhere we stand with regards o a program or season's tick- ts." It was, said Hall, Reddin's ob, in lieu of a salary, to line ip season tickets and sell the irogram. "He told me he lad sold some worth of commented Hall, 'Yet he told Adrian he had up- wards of sold. We don't snow where we stand." So as it stands now the Sugar Cings are owned by Hall, Tren- ini and Uitbeyerse. Meanwhile, Reddin, upon earning of his dismissal from he Kings, stated "I resign rny >osition as coach of the Sugar Cings but I am still a part owner of the club and I mean o make that clear." "I have a legal document, signed by Uilbeyerse and wit- nessed by his wife, to the fact hat I own one-third of the Sugar Kings." Uitbeyerse, on the advice of lis lawyer, returned a certified cheque to Reddin for the amount of the deposit Reddin liad paid. Reddin, on the other hand, says he is the owner of the share and has not received the share from Uitbeyerse. "I gave Uitbeyerse and was fully prepared to pay the remaining when I got the said Reddon. "My lawyer says I am right and that I have a share in the added Reddon. He went on to say that he would sell his share to anyone interested in purchasing it and that they can contact him at Postal Box 6823 Station D, Calgary. What was his reaclion to being fired? "I was all set to move my family here this he said. "I've told the truth, that's all I can say." The Kings will workout this evening at and again Wed nesday at four o'clock at Hen dcrson Ice Centre. "We'll start statet Hall. He Indicated that some o the players cut by Reddin would be asked back to camp Regis tratious lo coiilimie Registrations for the 1972-7 Lethbridge Minor Hocke; Association season continue fo tho rest of this week. Any boys interested In play ing in the association this com ing winter are asked to registe at Henderson Park Ice Centr any evening between six an nine or Saturday morning from nine until noon. Registrations will close Sal urday, Sept. 23 and no late en tries will be accepted without a valid emergency excuse. Organizers are discussing possibilities Plan similar series next year TORONTO (CP) Lawyer Alan Eaeleson, one of HID ma- jor organizers of Ihe current C a n a d Ti-Ru-s-sia cxliibilion hockey series, says exploratory talks have been held on a sim- ilar scries next year hut no agreements have hccn reached. Commenting on a report from. Montreal Monday that Cana- dian and Soviet hockey officials had already agreed on a more etalxirale series for next year, Eagleson said: "Discussions have been held. I've had some discussions rny- sclf with Soviet officials, but to my knowledge tiicre's been no agreements or decisions made, "There's been general dis- cussions all along but hoth sides have agreed that nothing definite would be done until after tbjs series is over." The Canadian team of Na- tional Hockey League stars re- groups here Tuesday before de- parting Tuesday night for Stockholm and exhibition games against the Swedes Sat- urday and Sunday. The remain- der of the Canada-Russia series is set for Moscow Sept. 22, 21, 26 and 28. Eagleson snid that before an- other series -noukl arranged, Canadian hockey officials svould first have to agree on what sort of [cam would go against the Russians, and clearance would have lo be given for player participation, N If L president Clarence Campbell said after Team Can- ada lost the first game to the Russians by a score of 7-3 in Montreal that ther.1: would never be another such encoun- ter involving a collection of NIIL stars. Campbell condemned the all- star team format because of the problems involved in get- ting clearance from NHL clubs for use of their players and be- cause the players needed more than their three-week training to become an organized unit. Campbell had said earlier he could see the possibility of single NIIL team playing a series against the Russians perhaps during the NHL sea son, because there would be little difficulty in adjusting th JS'IIL schedule to allow on team to be away for a week o two, Eagleson also confirmed Ilia Team Canada will play one ex hibilion game against dech oslovakia in Prague Sept. 30 He said there were "a couple o problems still to be ironed ou but it looks fairly definite fo the 30th." Pass Devils concerned The Lethbridge Sugar King' onflict has reached the Crows- esl Pass. Dick Koentges, a director of Pass lied Devils, in a tele- lone statement Monday said we licre in the Pass want it iade clear that Scotty Munro Calgary does not have ne red cent in our hockey lub." Koentges was referring to a emark made by Biff Beddin, 'ho was fired as coach of the ethbridge Sugar Kings of the Alberta Junior Hockey League Monday. Keddin has said Mun- ro had an interest in the Pass club, the newest entry in the Alberta League. "We have a gentleman's agreement with said Koentges "and that's all. The team is owned by Pass Hockey Ltd." Ked Devils, who open against the Sugar Kings Oct. 1 at home, will play Bellingham Wash., Blazers this Sunday evening at the Blairmore Arena at ELRICH TIRE SPORT MERICAN LEAGUE .alHmore YorfC 5atrolt land Milwaukes and Butler 0-0) al Milwaukee Parsons (11-12) end Ryerson Oakland Hunter (19-7) at Minnesota Chicago Bahnsen (17-15) at Kansas City Montgomery Baltimore Dobson (15-15) at Detroit Fryman Texas Gogolewskl [J9> al California Ryan MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 000 OM DOT-T ID 0 Minnesota IN COO 8 0 Blue, Locker (7) Fingers (8-7) _.id Tenace, Duncan Perry, La- icche (7) Granger (4-5) and Root. HR: (1-0, ECOND OakFand 000 010 2 i 1 iw Ml 3 S I Horlen, LocVer (5) Fingers (SB) (8) Knowles (8) jind Duncani 13-16J and Borgmann. Milwaukee 050 CM 370 Balllmore 000 3W 370 Co'hornj (7-4) Stephenson (5) Limy 7) and Rodriguez; Cuellcr (14-10) Watt (9) and Gales. KR: chkaga aoo ooo 3 i Kansas 003 000 1 3 0 adley (1-M3) Forster (9) and Herr- mann; Splillwff (ll-ll) Klrkpat- rlck. HRs: Chi Allen ey New Ycrk 001 000 t i 1 Dclroil 000 300 2 4 1 Klfne (16-4) and Munscn; Scherman (4-3) Scclbach (J) and HaHer. HRs: Murccr (13) Alou Boston.....200 210 000-S 11 6 Cleveland .300021 ID I) Sieberl, Lee (4-4J (2) and FIsk; Tld- rcw, Riddleberper C4) Lamb (4'il (5) Mlngorl (7) artd Moses. HRs: Yastrzsmskl (7) Smith (17) Lee (11) Clo-Qrohamar (5) McCraw NATIONAL LEAGUE L PCI. GBL PiHsnurgh .....16 48 .4-11 Chicago .....75 61 .SSI 12 New York ......70 61 .522 14 S1, Loula .......t4 7i .447 Montreal 72 .467 PhitadelpMa 87 .340 33 Wcit Cincrnnalll .....63 53 .610 Houston tO .SS9 7 Los Angeles n 63 .517 10 Atlanta ........6-1 73 .467 San Francisco 77 23V> San Diego ......51 A3 .331 31 TODAY'S GAMES New York Webb (0-D> at Philadelphia Carlfon St. Louis Santorlnl (6-IOJ at Marlon Los Angeles John (11-5) at San Fran- cisco Bryant ClncInnaT Simpson Bare (6) HrabosVy (B> an-d Jutiej Moore and Humphrey. HRs: Houston .....101011 11 fl Los Angeles 000 000 370 Wilson (12-9) Reuss (71 and How- ard; [8-B> Mikkelsen (61 Richer t (8) and Yeager, "rW: How- HEW 6 and 8 INCH PROPELLER SHAFT AUGERS Available In 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., SO, 56, 63, and 70 ft. lengthi COLUR FOR DOLLAR, MAYfiATH AUCERS HOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. COMPUTE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETi TIRE 402 lit Soulh Phon. 327-4886 Or 327-4445 IETHBRIDGE BOVf ISLAND ;