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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April LETHBRIDQE HERALD-17 Stockton rallied for Master's lead AUGUSTA, Ga (AP) Dave Stockton came from lour strokes off the pace with a six-under-par 66 and established a one-stroke lead Friday in the second round of the Masters Golf Tournament Stockton used his deft putting to put together a two- round total of 137, seven under par on the Augusta National course At one time or another during the day, seven players led or shared the lead before Stockton took control Still, there were 15 players locked within four shots of each other at the top as the near-ideal playing conditions contributed to continued low sr-oring by the elite international field Hubert Green and Hale Irwm matched 70s and were tied for second just one stroke back at 138 Frank Beard and first-round leader Jim Colbert followed at QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dentil Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg PHONE: 328-7684 139 Beard had a 70 and Colbert matched par 72 Jack Nicklaus, a heavy favorite to win a record fifth green jacket as the Masters champion, remained in a challenging position at 140, three strokes behind Nicklaus had a 71 that in- cluded an eagle three on the relatively short 13th hole He was tied with British Open champion Tom Weiskopf, Dan Sikes, Gene Littler and Jerry Heard Sikes and Littler had 71s, Heard 70 and Weiskopf a 69 At 141 were J C Snead who shot a 68, Billy Casper, 71, Ray Floyd, 72, Phil Rodgers, 69 and Bobby Nichols, 68 South African Gary Player had another 71 for 142 Sam Snead was at 144 Rookie Ben Crenshaw and Australian Bruce Crampton were at 145 U S Open champion Johnny Miller had a 146 total and Arnold Palmer rallied for a 71 and 147 Tommy Aaron, who has been bothered by back trouble since winning this tournament a year ago, had a 150 total and failed to survive the cut for the final two rounds Saturday and Sunday Cents, Broncos triumph as WCHL finals commence THE CANADIAN PRESS The Western Canada Hockey League's finals opened Friday night with Calgary Centennials whipping New Westminster Bruins 7-4 in the western division and Swift Current Broncos routing Regma Pats 7-3 in the east The teams will meet again Sunday in the second round of the best-of-seven series A three-goal performance by Danny Gare sparked Calgary's win, with two goals added by Jerry Holland and singles coming from Dan Mandryk and Mike Rogers Replying for the Bruins were Sid Prysunka, Clay Pachall, Kelly Secord and Bob Hess A crowd of watched the game, which ended in a brawl bringing four majors to each club and a match misconduct to Eric Sanderson of the Bruins Don Larway scored three gjals to pace Swift Current oug Tetarenko, Brian Trottier, Dave Williams and Ian MacPhee completed the Broncos' tally Dave Faulkner, Dennis Sob- chuk and Robbie Laird scored tor the Pats, with Sobchuk and Laird netting their goals on power plays The Broncos, who capitalized on numerous Regma defensive errors opened a 2-1 first-period lead and were ahead 3-2 after 40 minutes before outscoring Regma 4-1 in the final period ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP of School Grounds and Parks in Southern Alberta by the BROWNIES-GUIDES-AND RANGERS APRIL 15th to 20th Browning-Ferns Industries (DISPOSE-ALL) providing containers and pick up watch for the girls during the week This ad kindly sponsored by BOYD'S PHARMACY NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. BRIDGE RUG DRAPERY LTD. SANFORD INSURANCE AGENCY White Lake Mutual Telephone Co. DISPERSAL AUCTION SALE Wednesday, April 17 2p.m. TERMS CASH 2 miles north on Highway 23, 4 miles west and 1 mile north of Nobleford, or 2 miles north and 16 miles east, then 1 mile north of Granum. Approximately 450 Poles of various lengths 145 Pressure treated Poles 100 Butt treated Poles Various older Poles Approximately 50 miles of Wire Quantity of Insulators and other miscellaneous Items SALE CONDUCTED BY ROYS AUCTION SERVICE Granum AUCTIONEERS ROY FJORDBOTTEN, License No 010237 DON WALPER, License No 010259 Jack Nicklaus takes time out to empty sand from his shoes Did time run out Friday? By The CANADIAN PRESS Time ran out on Buffalo coach Jack Ramsey Or did if Ramsey filed an official protest Friday after the Braves were apparently eliminated from the National Basketball Association playoffs by Boston 106-104 The Celtics now scheduled to move on Sunday to semi- imal plav against New York Kmcks won the game when Jo Jo White connected on two free throws standing by himselt on the court and no time left on the clock You don t end a playoff series on a foul like that, Ramsey said after the game After checking the video tapes a Braves' spokesman said a telegram had been sent to NBA headquarters protesting the game There was a gap of about two seconds after the alleged foul when time was allowed to run out Ramsay said "I be- lieve the game should be res- tarted with two seconds remaining New York clinched its berth in the semi-finals by beating Capital Bullets 91-88 in a series that took all seven games INDIANA ADVANCES Indiana clinched a semi- linal berth in the American Basketball Association Friday by beating San Antonio Spurs 86-79 Indiana will travel to Utah today to begin the series In other games today, Ken- tucky Colonels and New York Nets open their ABA semi- final in New York, and Detroit and Chicago decide the winner of their NBA quarter-final at Chicago Celtics 106 Braves 104 Alter Bob McAdoo's two baskets vaulted the Braves into a 104-104 tie, the Celtics mbounded to John Havhcek, whose shot in the lane was blocked by McAdoo White retrieved the loose ball and McAdoo grabbed him on the left arm as he went up lor a shot White went down and referee Darrell Garrettson blew his whistle to signal a foul If a foul is called, time should be in, Ramsay said But the foul occurred either at zero on the clock or after time had run out Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 A Caterpillar Track-Type Tractor can lower your costs per acre. WHEELS COST! TRACKS PAY! Undercarriage costs of Caterpillar D4D track-type tractor will run you 33 to 40 cents an hour In comparison, tire costs of a conven tional four wheel drive tractor will run between to per hour WHEELS SLIP! TRACKS GRAB! University of Manitoba tests show that two-wheel drive tractors rarely give more than 50% of rated pto hp in heavy tillage work Even four-wheel drive tractors seldom deliver above 70% of rated pto hp to the drawbar Consistently, Caterpillar track-type tractors deliver 90% to 100% of its rated dbhp WHEELS COMPACT! TRACKS FLOAT! A conventional wheel tractor exerts approximately 5 times more ground pressure than a track type tractor That's why wheel tractors build a hard packed 'floor" below the surface As a result, roots penetrate slowly or not at all and can t get at mositure and soil nutrients The soil also retains less water which means more run-off and loss of good topsoil This leads to deeper plowing and an unending "circle of compaction" Higher power requirements mean more tractor weight, which leads to more compaction And also burns more fuel For example, one farmer we know using a Cat D4D track type tractor uses only up to 4 gallons per hour pulling a 24 foot cultivator or a 28 foot hoe drill at 5 miles per hour WHEELS SIT! TRACKS WORK! Cat built crawlers get into a field sooner and out faster Long be fore and after your neighbor's wheel tractor has shut down be cause of weather, you II be cultivating, digging ponds mam taming roads clearing brush and dozing CATERPILLAR SA 000 RESALE VALUE! It is estimated that the resale value of a Caterpillar track type tractor exceeds a wheel tractor by 33% to 100% if you're planning to buy a tractor, consider total performance rather than initial price only Price is only one part of a tractors cost and seldom the most important part R. ANGUS ALBERTA LIMITED CATERPILLAR If you would like more information on Caterpillar track type tractors please mail this coupon to Product Research Development R ANGUS ALBERTA LIMITED P 0 Box 2405 Edmonton Alberta NAME ADDRESS TOWN CODE EDMONTON CALGARY LETHBRIDGE RED DEER PEACE RIVER GRANDE PRAIRIE FORT McMURRAY INUVIK HAY RIVER ;