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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ?4 THl UTHBRIDOE HfRAlD Salureiay, 16, 197t Games can't get much bigger feels Lethbridge competitor lilingworth impressed with Olympics By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer The Olympic Games are reaching a point of full capac- ity according to 22-year-old Phil Itlingworth of Lethbridge. The personable young man relumed this week from Mu- nich where he represented Can- ada in the 1972 Games in judo. "I can't see tiic Games get- ting much' said Illing- worth, "they were simply enor- mous." "They have lo bo Hearing a he continued "or there won't be any place in the world where they can afford to hold them." One thing he did point out was that the number of com- petitors would have to be lessened. This, as lie sees it, is one of the reasons the Games have gotten so large. PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS The Lethbridge Junior Oplimislj won trie Alberta fast- ball crown recently 1o cop off an outstanding season. The winners rowr left to right, Joanne Johnson, coach Irene Karia and Sue Gash. Centre, left to right, PatH McLellan, Faye Mills, Marg Thompson and Debbie Jensen. Bock row, left to right, Con- nie Brezovski, Davlyn Last, Laurie-Lynn Milfar, Debby Borzel, Veil Orr and Bonnie. Roberts. The Games themselves im- pressed Illingworth and it was quite an experience for him. I spent two years m Japan and toured Europe prior to the ames but the Games them- selves were something Illingworth, competing in the middleweight division of the judo competitions, lost his sec- ond match to a Yugoslavian judokan. While he was happy with his performance he felt he could have done better. "My anns were so tired after my second match the referee had to help me untie my iden- tification he said. "1 think I could have done better had I known I was going to Mu- nich for certain." Illingworth lost valuable training time while awaiting a decision from the Canadian Judo Association on who would represent Canada in middle- weight ranks. Illingworth had won the Canadian title in Hali- fax but was left off the team n favor of Ranier Fisher, the man Illingworth beat for the ti- tle. "The condition of the Euro- peans was he said. It seemed that at the end of the match the Yugoslavian competitor was as fresh as when he started implied Illing- worth. "It was quite an experience lo see how different athletes condition Illing- worth stated. "The Europeans, in particular, were In fantastic shape." This year's Games were marred by the murder of 11 Is- raelis by Arab guerrillas. The incident endangered the entire Games. "We didn't know very much about said Illingworth. "There was no general alarm or evacuation." According to Illingworth you were notified of the danger only if you entered the area where the Arabs were, "People didn't want to leave the area. They wanted to watch what was going he said. "Even the Korean team, next door lo the Israeli quarters, stayed. Only the living rooms and front exits were off lim- its." Illingworth woke up about 10 that particular morning. "We had a chance to stay out late having completed our com- Only when he went to eat was he in danger and so he de- cided after one trip through the danger zone that was enough. The Olympic Games, despite the tragedy, were all worth the effort Illingworth has put into them in the past. At present he is attending university but is looking to the World champion- ships in Switzerland next year. But about the 1976 Games in Montreal "maybe I'll let tba younger fellows take a whirl at it." Phil wilt be all of 26 when Uw Games are in Montreal. But until that time he will have the memories of the 1972 Games. "I don't know what will hap- pen when the Games come to Canada but a lot of people in Munich took Uirir holidays and went away while the Games were added Illingworth. "Even the price of beer went he kidded. "I enjoyed it very much. It was an experience of a life- time. And those German girls, Carlton wins 24th for Phillies Carmona neiv champion Ramos down four times Yankees give up share of third spot LOS ANGELES (AP) Mex- ico's Chango Carmona owns the World Boxing Council version of the lightweight title today after pounding Mando Ramos into the hospital. Carmona, however, gave no Indication that he seeks an early bout with Roberto Duran of Panama, who holds the World Boxing Association ver- sion of the 135-pound crown. Carmona led from the start. Despite a reach 3V4 inches and then hammered and lefts to body and shorter than that of Ramos, the Mexican repeatedly jabbed his way in rights head. None of the blows appeared to have an individual stunning effect, but the over-all effect was devastating as the 134- pound Carmona cut down bis Long Beach, Calif., foe, who weighed in at Ramos had been down four times, had a badly bruised eye and bledi from the nose when referee Rudy Jordan called a halt at of the eighth round. The Long Beach fighter still was on his feet, Ramos walked to Ms corner and then collapsed. He re- mained on a stretcher more than 15 minutes and then was taken from the ring and into an ambulance, which had been brought into the Coliseum. At hospital, Ramos was re- ported undergoing tests and will stay several days. Dr. Bern- hart Schwartz, the ring physi- cian, said he had suffered a concussion. Ramos went down in fourth, twice in the fifth Race results CALGARY CCP) Race resuirs at Park Friday. FIRST cFalmlng, 2-year-olds, 7 fur- longi. End Blues (Hedge) 13.90 6.80 3.60; My Master {McCauley} 3.70 2.4Q; Fa- (Garroby) 2.70, Time; 1.30. Wnifa FJeet, Irish Society, Shady Merry, Twfnds Sheha, Miss Slarspeed also ran. SECOND J2.500, cl al m Ing, 3-yea r-ol ds, 7 fur- longs. Boultilno [Hayres 3.30 Shawnee Moor. (Slacfnyk) 3.70 DueF Fair (Phelan) 2.30. Time: 1-5, Xahula, Julles Auction, Majestic Rule, We Were Right, Sorters Fare- well also rarv. DAILY DOUBLE: 147.40. THIRD claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. My Son Michael (Sanchez) 4.30 3.60 3.20; Sunshfr.9 Charlie 10.60 6.80; Crows Mil a (Kipling) Time. T-5. Ky Honor, Busier Kid, Major Marnl, Miss Johnny Red also ran. QUINELLAt FOURTH claiming, 4-year-otds arxl up, J furlongs. Noacccptlon (Phelan) 2-UO 8.00 t. Old Fort Outroman (Barroby) 4.ID. Time: Brazen Bully, Tolllvar, Miss Stuart, Game Boy, In Again Flnnegtn also ran. FIFTH claiming, i-yearolds miles. jr Lad (Barroby) 4.40 3.10 2.90; Roanng Freddy (Norris) 2.90 2JO; Kyed IHamill) 3.90. Timer 2-5. Pales riera, Ester n Echo, Singing Sea, Hops Dream, Conifa also ran- EXACTORr SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds end up, 7 furlongs. Hills Of Snow (Barroby) 10.80 ossibililies, but consider the mcklash In cities such as New York, Boston and Baltimore U .he teams in the East all wound ip with the same number ol osses. Then that division race would look like this on Oct. 4, the enc of the regular season: W LPct. GBL Detroit 85 71 .545 Mew York 84 71 .543 Vi Boston 84 71 .543 Y. Baltimore 83 71 .540 1 In the West, people In Chi- cago no doubt would be consid erably unhappy if both the Ath letics and White Sox wound The difference, however, Is that Wood is pitching for a con- tender. The tail-end Phillies have the worst record in base- ball with just 50 victories and Carlton has won almost half of those. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE oslng the same number of games. If that happened, the final outcome would be; W LPct. GBL Oakland 90 65 .581 Chicago 89 65 .578 Vz Since the division titles will I >e decided solely on a per- centage basis, a team could also win fewer games, but still win a pennant. For instance, Baltimore might finish with an 84-70 record and Detroit with J5-71 and the Orioles would win Lhe division by a fingertip per- to .544B7. The office of the baseball commiss ioner recognizes the problem, but is keeping hands off. 'We have discussed it and decided to let things go as saJd a spokesman for commis- sioner Bowie Kuhn. "It's a problem, but we'll have to take our chances with it." Chicago New York 51. Louis Monlreal Philadelphia nclnnat] auslon Angeles llanla Francisco Islanders file suit MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) A St. Paul lawyer represent- ing New York Islanders of the National Hockey League has filed a show-cause order against centre Ted Hampson and Midwest Saints Inc., own- ers of Minnesota Fighting Saints of the World Hockey As- sociation. Robert R. Weinstine said day he had "been retained by the Islanders to get Injunctive relief and money damages from the Saints for interference with Hampson's Beman steady, adds to lead ST. LOUIS golf did it for perfectionists faeane Beman and Don Bies while flamboyant Lee Trevino trav- elled a spectacular path in the Greater St. Louis Golf Classic BYiday. Beman, aiming at his first Professional Golfers Associ- ation title of the year, widened his lead to two strokes with a near-flawless over the par-70, Norwood Hills Country Club course. Trevino, thanks to what he called a "lucky break" at No. 13, eased to a 34-34-68 that left him scond, just ahead of Bies. At the midway point, Beman owned a tying him for the low 36-hole score on the PGA circuit this year. Trevino was positioned at 133 and Bies moved up to third with a birdie-speckled front nine producing Alone in fourth was 1068 Masters champ Bob Goalby al 135. Still In range at 136 were Harry Toscano, David Glenz and former Masters litleholder Orville Moody and John Schroe- der, who fired 66s for the day. 4 OP S CANADIANS IN Four of five Canadians hi the tournament survived the cutoff for the final two days o the 72-hole test. Ben Kern o Toronto led the way with a 7 Friday for 137. Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg had a 69 and 139 followed b; two Toronto golfers at 14! George Knudson with a 71 am Gary Bowerman with 6_7. Ken Fulton of Montreal, will his second successive 73, wouli up at 146. For Trevino, the 13lh hole lined at the right by houses held nearly as many thrills his meteoric rise to golf riche. the last five years. W L Pel. 89 49 ,4JO 76 .5-13 72 AS .526 67 74 .475 64 75 .440 50 89 .360 WEST 8S 54 .412 78 23 GBL 14 23Vi MER1CAN LEAGUE Joslon Detroit Baltimore York Diego 52 85 .380 32 RIOAY'S RESULTS YorX 000 W2 370 hicago 204 030 1 Gcnlry (7-9) IV.oore (3) Rauch U> ideckt (7) ajid Grore; Pappas (14-7) ker (9) and Hudlcy. HRs: :r C17> (15) Hlckman 6) William lontreal 012 OW 000- S 10 0 012001 5 8 J Tcricz tlfrlO) Marshall [7> and Boc abefla; CarTlon (24-9) and Bateman, Rs: Luzlnskl [Hiburgh 001 200 010- 4 5 I. Louli 501 W2 12 Klson tS-7) [3) Vrtlker (5> (B) and Sangulllenj Wise (15- 5) and Simmons. an Diego .000100 3 inclnnali 000 WO Norman (9-9) and Kendall) GulleH 6-V) Borbon (8) and Bench. HR: jasfon .as AngelEi 000100 t lou'slon 010 000 000- 3 4 J Osteen (17-1) and Yeager; Wlls. 12-9) Ray (4) Cosnrove (7) Gladding 9> anrt Howard. HR: .EAGUE LEADERS AB Williams, Ch] 527 Cedeno, Hou .504 Aola, LA 354 Garr, All......4B6 Baker, Atl 388 A. Oliver, Pgh 513 Rose, Cln .......535 largell, Pgh 454 Walson, Hou R H pel 84 177 .334 97 .32 54 Hi .331 73 154 .32 56 123 .31 E? .31. 95 IS? .31 71 141 .31 105 .308 Brock, StL 77 175 .M lleveland Mllwaukei A3 85 Weil Oakland .......62 Chicago.......73 Kansas Uly 67 California 66 Texas 52 Pet. .547 .540 .543 .529 .447- .408 .590 .561 .507 14 87 30 RIDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore .030000 t I I York 000 000 1 6 1 (20-8) Jackson (8) and Dales; Sloltlemyre (14.7) McDanlel and Munson. HRs: NY-Calltson land 100 020 S 1 Boston......000 003 4 t 3 Dunning, Wllcox (7-13) (7) and Fosse; Pattln, Leu (6) 12-0) (9) and Fish. HR: Kansas City 00t> 100 3 i ilnnesoti .101 100 4 1 0 Nelson (9-5) (5) Fllzmorrls (7) Ancellnl (7) Abernalhy (8) and Klrkpalrlck; (13-14) (9) and Mltlerwald. HRs: KC-May. berry 120) Detroit .....000 000 111 MllwtukM 001 000 5 0 Lollch, Zachary Schermen (7-3) (8) and Fcehan; Lonborg (12-11) and Rodriguez. Texas..... 000 000 1 1 Oakland .....310340 13 Stanhouse (2-6) HInton (2) Panther (5) Lawson (9) and Billings; Hollz- man (17-10) and Tenace, Haney (7) HR- Chicago .000 000 calilornla 000 000 1 5 1 Bradley and Hermann) May (10-10) and Kusnyer. UEAOUE LEADERS AB R H Pet Cerew, Mln ......X96 57 158 .319 D. Allen, Chi 479 14 150 .313 Schelnblum, KC 406 5J 127 .313 Plnltlla, KC Rudl, Oak Ftsk, Bos C. May, Chi 510 40 159 .313 540 89 168 .311 401 67 120 .299 489 77 145 .217 Oils, KC 466 48 144 .296 Mayberry, KC Berry, cal 444 54 T32 .294 375 38 110 .293 Availsblf in B in. dii., 38 ft. Itngth 8 in. til., 5S, 63, ind 70 ft. lOLLU FOR MAYMTH AUGERS MOVE IT fJUTEl AND EASKIL COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 402 lit South Phono 337-6886 or 337-4MS LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;