Times Colonist from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on July 13, 1981 · 12
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Mn tht lo da . 220-kilonu-iro Whistlt r cyt line race Sunday, b at-inc his brother by II seconds. Willm k. 23. of Vk tnria. won the race in six hours, 22 minutes and 31 seconds while Martin Willock finished with 6:22 12. Hon Teltamanti was third in ti;23.N. Rebecca Twine, from Washington, won the 110 kilometre women's division in 3:2H.5fi. Ross Judjic of Vancouver won the juniors undcr-19 division in 3: 13.13. Bert : llelliw ell took the veterans over-10 category in 3:22.05. Mure than hO people took part in the race which started in West Vancouver ;ind ended at the Blackcomb ski resort north of here. Fencer injured CLERMONT FERRAND, France (Reuter) Italian Anna Rita Spara-ciari was taken to hospital after being pierced in the right shoulder during the world fencing championships. The blade of Hungarian Edit Kovacs's foil broke as she lunged at Sparaciari. Japanese teams capture world youth ball titles EDMONTON (CP) Japan won the gold medal in both the men's and women's divisions at the World Youth Softball Championship Sunday, defeating the highly-favored United States teams in both championship games. The Japanese men defeated the U.S. 2-0 and the Japanese women shutout the U.S. 1-0. Mexico took the bronze medal in the men's division and China got the bronze in the women's section. SOFTBALL SUNOAY NORTHWEST LEAGUE Victoria 003 100 4 - 8 8 1 Vancouver 000 000 0 0 4 1 Ken Fox and Bob Burrows; Glen Langsetl. Rick Molnar (6) and Doug Schalloner Second game: Victoria 100 110 3 - 4 10 1 Vancouver 300 000 0 J 4 1 ' DaveWilson. RobGuenter (21, Ken Fox (3) and Alden Govenlock, Bud Brown and Schalloner. HR: Victoria Burrows. STUFFY MCGINNIS MEN Port AID 001 110 0 - 3 8 0 Port An? 030 000 I 4 7 J Bill Pol: and Dean Sawyer; Tim Lusk. John Barnes (6) and Jim Jones. HR . Port Anoeles - Dale Stamper . Second game Port Anq 000 770 0 4 S J Port Alb 110 IW i 5 8 3 Jerrv soarks, Barnes (61. Lusk (61 and Jones Loren Smith and Sawver. HR Port Angeles - Garv Hussev Tod Hackett 000 oil 1 1 N t Seaserav 000 000 0 0 t 4 Barrv Wilkm and Tom Robertson. Jirrt Bowden and Gran vounQ HR: Tod Hacke Lo Vf --Tee At Strandlund and Dwavne Robinson; Rav Bevendge and Robertson. HR; Tod-Hackett Scott Sinclair. HEYWOOD MEN Knowles IJ1 512 - 1 14 0 Athletics 000 020 - 3 4 J Brian Scotney and Dale Ewasiuk; Lorne Bowden, Jim Miller (4) and Duane Bertrand. Paul Kraeling 14). HRs: Knowles Russ Walker, Ewasiuk, Doug Harrison. SATURDAY NORTHWEST LEAGUE Victoria 100 003 0 - 4 II NewWest 000 000 0 0 I 0 Wilson and Burrows; Rav Masse, George Morneau 16) and Brian Km-lev HRs: Victoria Reg Underwood. Dennis Eckert. Second game Victoria 000 000 0 0 3 2 New West 000 100 - I ) 0 Guenter and Govenlock. Morneau and Kmlev vak-ma ) l Vancouver 7-0 Sea Olvmoics : 2 New West 1 3 STUFFY MCGINNIS WEN Amietics oooxoo 0 22 Port AnwIM 100 011 I -3 II Strandlund and & 3t nson. Lusk t)ii.cs Totf Haket- 000 700 0 -300 Mt - 4 I 4 1 J IV I M ftlHl t U tiv Vat! til frfU.fl k Ktsfc I S-" tl f .! ti sx'4 i l e ru4 li is-t mi i r rx i f fci fl-J fmfi$ l 1 i 5,iS If t wrfj W f ,Sa: t A 4 I I-1 f-J tt a -ri !$ t i t A Jl.fW HnVJI hii tm -i IS. t."4 M t l I . I is 1 m a4 M t f s l f'Unirt T'M f CaMuf. Q jf , f 4 i simkf pit A un4ty la S Sr .ml yjt v pprm; if thjofi. t loHiViilr. (fur H. Mil at S, U umkr pit. fie hiTri!. fan ib'ldrvn ftf Hrm4i, tw rnirn-4 lh f.mt roun4 Ut4 ith T!M but fui4 only rontvvl fur a om umkr "I the iitnf) by filhi trr4 him ' 44 an autamjiir qmlifiraium f.r lhi month C404d.n open jt (Un M.t y in Oakv t:. Ont I, it;ht sirrkr bach f TjiIS'I in third rrr Vvn Prjurhi mtn of k Bitrd. lw , and Raymond Richard of Ul ur U Ijc. tjut" V irtnna pro Jim Ruiledj;'. 7a 72 2IH. finished in a tie for 25th plirf. At Watrrloo, Iowa, Victoria" Bob Beamhemin firvd a par matchini 72 to finish with a 36 hole total of ix. m under par. to finish four stroke off the pan- in the llh annual Waterloo Open. Curt S hell of Milford. Iowa, won the r nt Beaurhemin opened the 3frhole tour n.iment with a Mi on Saturday to share the first day lead with Jerry Snodjjrass of Texas and Don Lindsay of Burling-ton. Iowa Jay Hass survive a double bogey six on the last hole and posted a one-over-par 73 to win the $250,000 Greater Milwaukee Open by three shots over Chi Chi Rodriguez. Haas came here not expecting to play well, especially after missing the 36-hole cut in his last two starts the U.S. Open and Western Open. But he w as too much for a field that lacked the game's big names. Haas' final round gave him a 72 hole total of 271, 14 under par. With his victory, Haas pushed his five-year career earnings to more than $137,000 and now has finished in the Top 10 four times this season. Dave Barr of Kelowna had a closing 72 for a total of 281 and earned $1,417. In Birmingham, Mich., Billy Casper holed an eight foot putt for par on the lMh hole, forcing a three-way tie with Arnold Palmer and Missouri club pro Bob Stone and an 18-hole playoff today for the U.S. Senior Open title. Palmer, Casper and Art Wall started the fourth round tied for the lead at 216 while Stone was a stroke back at 217. In Indianapolis, Debbie Austin survived three bogeys on the front side of her final round and another on the 11th hole to score a four-stroke victory over Hollis Stacy and Myra Van Hoose in a $150,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association's Mayflower tournament. Scores Page 14 The Japanese women's team won three times Sunday, including extra-inning victories over China and Canada. Japan defeated Canada 4-2 in 13 innings after Canada led 2-0 at one stage. Canada's teams made the playoffs in both divisions, but were eliminated. Canadian men's team was eliminated when it lost 3-2 to Mexico Saturday. and Jones. HR: Port Angeles Jim Anderson. Second game: Athletics 001 000 01 2 6 2 Port Angeles 010 000 00 1 6 2 Bob Fletcher. Strandlund (8) and Bob Gray , Barnes and Jones. PorlAlberni 007 000 0 2 5 2 JuandeFuca 020 001 0 3 4 1 Smith and Sawver; Brian Rumsbv and Peter Rumsbv. HR: Port Alberni Rick Chase. Second game: PorlAlberni 200 000 2 - 4 ? 0 JuandeFuca 200 000 0 2 )0 Bob Swanson and Sawver; Rumsbv and Rumsbv HR Port Alberni Vaughan Chase Juan de Fuca Norm Goudie. MEN'S EXHIBITION ArMy 073 700 0 - 7 10 2 Oldhmers 400 000 0 4 5 4 Jim Fletcher. Ken Hornert 161 and Mike Toms. Deano Montoomerv 16). Norm Haskell. Glen Sullen 141 and Andy Andrew HEYWOOO MEN SLEAGUE Knowles Realtti 700 502 0 - 10 0 Strathcona lot 0000 1 1 2 Larry McKinnon and Ewasiuk; ken Greenhaigh and ai varryn MR SiraTxona - Ash Douglass Ji U .I"M3I "r 'cit(V ti'-M Ur (.s l i el I II X. V- t lf IV l'.as' l AaMtte !' tfcif.tamrt 15 M (..; 's.;.ii i;lj ttiwr ' H I of tfc; k rs! V t".c il4 fYtf H it Shr t;f i4J aJ t : ftfik lrw l.f'll--)v-f f l ifctt M. fit 11 V! .1 tl IW V t Vl. a, t m$ tAfrflJ fl'B4 r.irf a)4 M J- c .0 m v.- . I , , . 4 .. ,'..4 , ; ' , ' t , " . " . " t ' - - 'J, : ' . - I':- TRICKY SITUATION is object of discussion between Arnold Palmer, right, and caddy Doug Reintgen as Palmer studies next shot from rough near water on seventh hole in USGA Seniors tournament at Birmingham, Mich., Sunday. Palmer, Billy Casper and Bob Stone finished in three-way tie for championship. Playoff will take place today. Adanacs top Rocks; Timbermen still alive When Kevin Alexander doesn't hit the net, Victoria Shamrocks are in trouble. The top goal-scorer in the Western Lacrosse Association, Alexander was held to two assists Saturday night and Coquitlam Adanacs posted a 13-11 victory to strengthen their hold on first place. Adanacs built period leads of 5-4 amd 11-7 and held of f a mild Shamrock threat in the final 20 minutes to run up their 12th win of the season. In another game, Nanaimo Timber-men kept their slim playoff hopes alive by scoring a 14-7 win over the visiting New Westminster Salmonbellies. At Coquitlam, Jim Lynch and rookie Jim Meredith each scored three goals for the Shamrocks, now 8-9-1 and solidly in third place. Jim Boyd, Walt Christianson, Dave Thomson, Ed Van Dyk and Tarey Pollock were the other Shamrocks snipers. Dan Wilson scored three goals and Mark Valastin added two for the Adanacs, who held a 47-36 edge in shots on goal. Mario Govorchin, Mat Aitken, Norm Leuszler, Ray Mattinson, Gord Quilty, Randy Bryan, Mike Reelie and John Jordan were the other Coquitlam scorers. In Nanaimo, Wayne Goss of the Salmonbellies drew an assist to push his career points total to 1,802, breaking the record he shared with former team- Canadians win LUCERNE, Switzerland (CP) It was a perfect weekend forTrisha Smith of Vancouver and Betty Craig of Brock-ville, Ont. The Canadians, representing the Thunder Bay, Ont., Rowing Club, won final races in women's coxless pairs Sunday and Saturday in a two-day international rowing regatta. Although the competition w as dominated by the Soviet Union and East Germany, Beryl Mitchell of Britain also won two events. She finished first in the single sculls Saturday and Sunday in .this unique regatta which held finals for the same events on both days. Smith and Craig had a clocking of three minutes 38.17 seconds over the 1.000 metre Lake Rotsee course Sunday. The Soviet Union won the women's eights with a time of 2:58.61. while in the men's eights, the Soviet Union finished first in 5:42.17. wuttA t i . h : 'i ? I iihiio urn W VtHh &l"f IS. l-I 41 4 ' ti IkS-aI s t . 4 ' I? ijts.ii i$,tif'i fair la i wt tr ' i t ft f mate Paul Parnell, who retired several years ago. Goss, who broke into the league in 18, has 794 goals and 1.008 assists in 452 games for an average of close to four points a game. Ted Greves led Nanaimo's attack with five goals and Brian Bell added two. Others came from Moe Jodoin, Brian Evans, Pat Savickas, Mark Simons, Mike Holden, Graham Groen-veld and Roger Dubyna. Standings Page 14 enu Today BASEBALL 6 p.m. Continuation of plav in city 15-vear-old Babe Ruth tournament, Reynolds Road Park. 4:30 p.m. Victoria Cosmopolitan Senior League: Capital Radiators vs. Garcials, Lambrick Park. SOFTBALL 6:30 p.m. Macdonald Men's League: Saints vs. Rebels, Glacier vs. Corvette, Macdonald Park. - 6:30 p.m. Esquimalt Men's League: Chalifour Brothers vs. Esquimalt inn, Harbour View School. 4:30 p.m. Victoria-Saanich Women's League: Bemister's Welding gvs. Victoria Athletics, Butler Brothers vs. Central Sheet Metal; Hyacinth Park. Tuesday HORSE RACING 5:30 p.m. Continuation of harness meet, Sandown Raceway. SOFTBALL 6:30 p.m. Macdonald Men's League: Trafalgar Legion vs. Mr. Burger, Macdonald Park. 6:30 p.m. Esquimalt Men's League: Esquimalt Inn vs. Royals, Harbour View School. 4:30 p.m. Victoria-Saanich Women's League: Captain's Palace vs. Cardinal Campground Breakers, New York New York vs. Copley Brothers Hvacinth Park. 4:30 p.m. Stuffy McGinnis Men's League: Ingraham vs. Labaft's, Central Park. 4:30 p.m. Heyvvood Men's League: Red Lion vs. Strathcona, Heywood Av enue Park. BASEBALL 6:30 p.m. Victoria Cosmopolitan Senior League: Farmer Construction vs. Lumberworld, Lambrick Park. ft ' ... . Interiors take lead National Interior defeated Honda Car Centre 2 0 in the first game of the best-of three series for the Greater Victoria Ball Hockey championship at George Pearkes Arena Sunday . tit t ? :!!; ji.f.r, tl tiiti ia l: (:",i l sr-Kt'nj ;). ;,i wuiittt ,'"... l lV M)1 ; 4 ' fin i V bmt l i," rnti ir)i fcli I Farmers survive shootout to take tourney honors u !. fjfH-.irf C". If n tr tpitn a Mt.i f.i wimAiy ". tmi ! t t a (fiji '.ufijfc Vt ." 1 J i4 ri;!ir tVf hw t (ft iflfii t !!. K'-.-Un imv f hi n ' i ! C 3ht) .fUfr.rf.t it t itl.tf i. X V fcuftwt) , rv-fPi to. k JSV la,- ihr 1 ft' j,i! tNilUvlxf ( 3iiftt t tl (H 5Jr Unt f (Mftrm-f (ml! 4-r. ?' titti v tha i 11 J.V d 4t-l luurtumi-nt f--rc-4 2 Hr n..',hi4 lt.nirr fc MA t lrt tni ;n Anii hit;i:(i'Htr4 FarmrrV tl hit a! u A an4 14 Hoe f.mr hit pinhim; h ld Uurtiatiy (n thrvk to ttw di-r u! r Htirnjjby, hnh drrj!-l n fsrt jnie 12 ti fori Aiturnj. sji:..'J tr WW b ttrliini; Altx mi M an4 i! n i-)muui-4 VMrtj tVm"rtJtU,i o ti jr Th-n-pv. i uf t..tubji , tu'Jiotf ai a rrvundifii; K f-r 21 thp, t.i-ui d tuttntf !i-n..rnwithi .7airjt:t J: I'hM Mbcrni' Paul l.t4ijn. h,i "!ini ip with j f.T earnrd rsin aver .ic j" si ii t u-d tin- tip pitiher in ih-tournjment Score pjjse 1 1 Gord-m Head C"snw jiimt d into the clrivr ' at unda in the tinaier Vu tuna B jh' Ruth li year old baseball tournament Cosmos defeated Saanuh Evening uptimists s.'i Sunday m the winners bracket tm.il at Reynolds Road Park Saanich faces l.aynt in the losers' final tonight and the winner must beat Gordon Head twice in order to advance to the provincial championships at Campbell River starting July 2t l.aynt trounced Triangle K 1 earlier Sunday to eliminate that team from the double knockoul tournament. (Jerry Burton hit his second and third homers of the tournament, including a grand slammer, and Dave Stone also homered with the bases loaded to highlight Layrilz spree. Scores Page U A team from Rellevue, Wash., defeat ed the Kiwanis Senior Little League all-stars 7 1 Sunday to capture top honors in the 11th annual Carnarvon 13-year old baseball tournament. Seven teams started play in the Carnarvon Park affair last Thursday . NANAIMO Tossers grabbed the spotlight Sunday in the 10th annual Nanaimo Bathtub Days track and field meet. The day's triple winners scored heavily in throwing events. Jeff Biever, a 11-year-old from Nanaimo bowlers rewrite record Devastating bowling by Nanaimo may have set a Victoria and District Cricket Association record en route to an easy victory Saturday. Batting first, Nanaimo scored 76 all out with Dennis Shaw contributing 56. Cowichan's Brian Griffin took three wickets for 35 runs. Then Nanaimo bowlers went to work. Cowichan had only nine runs when all wickets fell. Griffin scored five of the nine. Skelly John Lewis took six wickets for one run and Trevor Vaughan two for six. The low score is believed to be a record but could not be confirmed. In another game, a father-and-son pairing powered Saanich to a 118-run Waltrip holds off Allison NASHVILLE, Tenn. on the outside in the turns on the final few laps. But the winner managed to stay in front, then finally (AP) Darrell Waltrip held off a late charge by Bobby Allison to win an almost race-long duel between the two veteran speedsters Saturday night in the Nashville Busch 420 Grand National stock car race. Waltrip picked up his fourth Nashville victory, crossing the finish line on the 420th lap around the high-banked .596-mile track just one car length ahead of Allison. Allison, the NASCAR season point leader, kept trying to go past Waltrip WE fit f Scan ! 3 lUHf M t: Irif t-r4 VtrfhaRrt' t&.lw fj:iof lHj':t.tt!.:'.,U!s!f'li nt ;! t'nit M4 . t V m lUnh X ftm i hi f II t".- ;: 1 lh. "jjl ItfrMiH, ti t l im 4" I rr 4 1 1 f' . iv i.t lft f-1 iftrs R- 4 !rm 1 1 r, i(,,r Tf4 k i.lth. CVnt tjf? ? , li I lVr'.l it.4t f . Mls !.! r l; It vrf, J. -t4'h4'i It ,r . It, f l-fijj P.ymc V. tiny Itjiiitti.fi, tf Rivi-r. Ann IV. '..,1 T.i -i. CJ iionf Pun ell Rivrr jfloj Jfiuiifrr Aii rsi.n i-j tf Hj m& V '.r t's.n J J a'.'' i tes .t,.( i d V ii t.ru s :.-M!-f j,;. d m-1" t,t nut J fss.t.n f'Uf 4l Um- in the 5 1 Inii rnicj.jiii- ' " I n mm I a,: ; by h ".::.t:i Vannurr Tjm sters in a li in iw Sur Jav m amu v r I'.mI Henry - i.rnl live ouN an-1 le nhi w ,ii'!ed (";ir is lifsi pljn- sur fry wjili.jM'd ictoru .til Saturday in surn-y inMltemh-r Russ (,ur;ii y turned in a Mriiii; perforniani tn spark Victoria ii "sunday lie slopped I.' shots whih rival tilen Wheatley made only 2i saves. Tim Christink scored three times for Bottlers while Rob Iesnrmeau and .l.!iii Hamilton each added a pair Pat Cullcn, Alton Davis and Dave Corey collected singes. kirk Suuki and Bob Klein each i mitm d three for Vancouver. Wayne Christiaeiis scored four goals for Victoria Saturday while Dav is, Tom Benson. Cullen, Bo Peterson and liainil ton had the others. Bottlers now have a 3 12 1 won lost tied record. PORTLAND - Bill kell finished seventh overall in the II card production class race and clubmate David Powell came first in the class E production sports class to highlight Victoria drivers' performances in the Northwest Challenge Sports Car racing series at Portland International Raceway . Okell also was fourth in the class V production and third in the E improved production in his MGB 81 A. Rod Duncan, driving an MG Midget, was third in the class H improved production and Peter Martin fourth in the E sports race car class with his Mini-Cooper S. The races were the eighth stop in a 13-race series which moves to Western Speedway on the July 25-26 weekend. win over Metchosin at Beacon Hill Park. Peter Howe scored 81 runs and his 16-year-old son Mark added 65 as Saanich ran up 178 for the loss of six wickets. Alcos, missing six regulars, struggled to a draw with Castaways at Windsor Park. Mike Nation of Alcos took six wickets for 50 runs, including a rare hat-trick (three wickets in three balls). Alcos replied with 124 for seven, Sandy Hutchison scoring 35 not out. Castaway bowler Dave Auld took three for 54. In Sunday games, Oak Bay defeated Albion by six wickets and Cowichan, making up for Saturday's performance, defeated Incogs by 38 runs. moved up higher on the track for the last lap and simply outran Allison to the finish. FASTEST GAME M TOWN rwa BimriABY LPJ ESQUIMALT LEGION ESQ.SPORTS CENTRE NEXT SUNDAY 7:30 p.m. EVENT No. 136 ADULTS STUDENTS 0JLF. VXmmU CMU) $2.50 $1.50 50C

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